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

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

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32nd TEAR

4sa n Wcce
Of Communism,

Democracy Diem
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WASHINGTON, May 9

Diem of Vietnam told Congress today that Asia stands at;
the crossroads of communism and democracy., i
Addressing a joint session" of the Senate and House,
the 54-year-old visiting Vietnamese leader paid high, trib tribute
ute tribute to "the generous and unselfish assistance" given to
his nation by1 the United States. .) '.

He said,, however, his country
stiU faces perilous times because
ol its strategic position 'in the
front line of the anti-Comnmnist
nations of southeast Asia.
Diem's address to congress
was one of the highlights of his
four-day state visit to washing washing-ton
ton washing-ton as the guest of President Eis Eisenhower.
enhower. Eisenhower. ; 1 r.
Earlier he conferred at Uhe
White House with president Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower ana other high Ameri American
can American officials. Following his
f speech he was the luncheon
' guest of vice-Presldent Richard
M. Nixon,
,1 He was to confer later today
with Secretary of State John
venter riullos and visit the U.S.
' Supreme court. Tonight he will
be honor 1 at a dinner given oy
' Dulles and Mrs. Dulles,
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Ian people
l their na-
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man f i
lonfer, a in t
and passive."
.:i m their fcu
,,irej re no
e paat, resigned
' "They are impatient," he said,
i mnA "ar eacer to reduce their
immense technical y. backward-
JJness.".; -' v-'-
; Diem said western aid Is play-
. a lanr nart In the efforts tO
f '..Jf-fft.ord liheral democracy" In
t'Asia. ""v,;''v!--,":: ''".7"ll,
"Fnr the honor of humanity,
f he said, "the United States has
imade the most important con con-tributlon
tributlon con-tributlon to this end." v
,A Vietnam "is in more men men-aced
aced men-aced and critical position ttian
ntvi AKian countries" because u
is "at one 6f the .strategic points
of access for the important raw
materials of southeast Aatav-cej-
eted by the Reds. Diem said, t
. But he said, his country r4"
onnA reason for confidence-' and
He 'said that "the interests of
vut.nam are Identical with the

4 interests or the people oi me

fiTM world. It Is on this plane
that your fight and our fight is
' one and the same. We too will

continue to fight communism."
A . -i
i Former Ccfdf
On H1cn!0!d i
rBurg!:ryCh:rge;'

patience seems .to be. one of
the many virtues of Canal Zone
'. police. ' t
After nine months of trying
: nl burclarr susoect. he
was arraigned today In Balboa
a Maeistrate's Court.- - -'4
The defendant, Alfredo Qulros,
Jr, a 20-year-old Panamanian,'
was working as a caddy in the
Rodman Golf Clubhouse last
Auirust when he was auspected
of stealing golf clubs and ciga
Yesterday he was picked "Up
s m Panama and brought to the
"i station where ht. was charged
with burglary.
Ball of $500 was set in court
i tix!av..and Ouiros Is in Jail in

1 default of ponine ball. A hear hearing
ing hearing was set for Monday morn morn-:
: morn-: Ink 1 ,-
V Ceramic Arrives
H Today With 0
Bound For NZ ;

The paswnger ship Ceramic li
exrweted to arrive this afternoon
m Cristobal. She carries sbout 80
p3en?rs.
TBe srasr svuje Line snip u
fchtu!d to leave CrLobal in

e mTrr.injr. bound fr New Zea-.Uoo

Ud from Enfland.
Atifirewt and Ofripsny are a a-f
f a-f : 's f it the 15.86-ion resseL a
i4'r f p to tie Go'fvte on which
n i
mane her visit to

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TUB CITY C? THE ,
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(UP) Pendent Ngo
Dinh
Garbage To Jail,
Faithful Canines
Hound RP Master

A man w quite upset I e d a yl t aepted the Invitation.
hen orison bars came v betweeaM'

when orison bars came
him 'and-his faithful friends.
V.Th friends were two dogs who
are his constant companions. They
ven followed him to the Gavilan
garbage-dump area yesterday
morning. '. i ri'A , ,?
While their master, t Marceiinol
Vega, 47, Panamanian was wallow wallowing
ing wallowing around in the garbage, the
dogs stpodV guard. Hewever, a Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone policeman intercepted tbe
man's activities and picked v -him
up on a charge of intoxication.
, As he was driven off in a police
car. the two faithful animals fol
lowed closely behind, arriving etw
ly minutes aft.mp Uie -far gulled' in-
in thA mtmilnn A' -. J ..4..
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- One of tbe dogs, apparently gave
up or got scared, and ran away.
The other wa picked up by-pohce
and impounded since be ,. wasn't
licenseov-' t 1
' In Balboa Magistrate's Court to today
day today Vega wag-sentenced to spend
10 days in jail, after, he was
found guilty of intoxication."
' His major .- preocupatiorr was
what would happen to his "fieles
companeras" (faithful compa companions.)
nions.) companions.) I- i a
Policr said today that probably
the remaining canine would be
given over to Vega's sister for
safekeeping until he can be Joined
by bis master. ;
(2o Jnsurance
Carried On Logs
Ruined In RP Fire
A -roaring blaze which threat
ened to consume the storage yard
of the Chagres lumber mill on the
Trans-Itshmian Highway yesterday
was finally brought under control
at :1S p.m.
i A 1 combined force of Panama
and Balba fireman, called in for
assistance, fought the fire '- which
broke out at 11 a.m. ,..-
The lumber mill, bwned by Louis
Martins, had an estimated $30,000
to $40,000 damage. Fire officials
said that logs worth about $123,0M
were stored in the yard, and that
about one-fourth of' the stock;
which was not insured, was rated
a' total 'loss.- v- ... -,i
After three-Pans
rii which responded
started pumping water across the
highway, it became evident mat
more help was needed. Deputy
Fire Chief Luis Carlos Endara
called in Balboa Fire Chief W. E.
Jones for assistance. Besides a
tiro rig. a l,000-galk-a minute
pumper truck from the iialtioa
station 'was sent ever to boost
fvter from Charco Espiritu River
to the milL
Tbe blare was believed to have
ttarted from sparks which fell a a-mong
mong a-mong tbe trunks from sawdust that
was being burned in too back of
the yard.
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Teachers Prexy
Says Failing Once
Not Bad; She Did
HOLLYWOOD. May I T h e
ortsioent of the Nauonal Fdure
As&a., conprH e 700. oooi
stbool teachers, admitted Twedi
h was no model student. Mart ha

A. Wuik a fo-tisnd. Ore., fciFb pw wrJi alarm into the dark do do-chool
chool do-chool Enelish tethT. aaid ir.gf e4 Ampncaa humanity, lfs

Hunt. p1 th- firrt trae but adled
r cttin't do me any tsinn."

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V 4, "Let the people
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THE PULSE
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Of PANAMA,
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two FREE ZONE firms came
out yesterday in favor of the
thiishment -! of a pewoleum
products plant near the? Colon
Free zone ,. ,
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At the' same ; lime,' the two
firms, fTagaropulos, 8.4., ana
the Colon import ana jixiiuL
Co., denied published', jeports
that they plan to move jout of
the Free Zone if Petroquimlca,
S.A. Is allowed to Install a
plant 4n the area; v
' In a -joint statement' to the
cress, the two companies said
thv had not empowered any
one to rnake such statements
and that no newsman1 had ap
proached them on me pik.
i Th Panama Municipal Coun-
ell has postponed a decision on
the controversial new house
and street numbering ysystem,
because several persons who
have bcen invited to attend
, nt fvi avstem have not
A'-',' Panama City housewife
complained to, the Price Reg Regulating
ulating Regulating Office yesterday that
- she found one pound and a
half of corn and seeds in the
craw of six-pound .chicken she
had bought a at poultry,
;endor...tvrw;'-t; 'y-
r. The Commercial I Employes
union, comprised mainly of
workers in dry goods stores, has
threatened to declare a general
trite if the order to U close
stores at : T p.m-' is not rescind
;i El Panama America '.-'reports
that the union has'' requested
an Interview1 with president -de
la Guardia-to discuss the prob problem.
lem. problem. . : : I (
UnpsllCaVe Rent
May Ccuse Eyitlioi?
01 Engiish Family
KIDDERMINSTER, '. Englanu,;
May 8 (UP)-MJS. Lily Hughes
fivtk members of her family
tAav far-er! eviction from thei
drafty, damp cave they ,call
home, unless they can fhid
about $18 in back rent. ;
' The Hughes family has lived
In the three-room cave, 200 feet
above the tree-tops for the
psat five years. Mrs.' Winifred
L. Horsford, the landlady who
has charsed them 84 centa
week in rent, called, Mrs.
Hughes- into, court ;yesterday
for belnar 32 -weeks In- arrears.
Mrs. Huehes explained that
her husband, a' farmhand, has
hrn out of work since Christ
mas. The Judge ordered her to
oav 58 centa week on her
back rent and 'to keep up -the
regular payments of 84 cents..
The four youngest children In
the family have been removed
from the cave and are under
the care tff the county welfare
aeent while the four older
ones live with their parents.
The three-room home Is carved
out of solid rock and has wood
doors and glass windows set in
holes. ...

d"ii.50rchestra Member

Sings Of Troubles,
As Trailer Burns
CASTAIC, Calif.; May (UP (UP-Eight
Eight (UP-Eight members of tbe Ken Harris
orchestra stood by helplessly Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday as flames destroyed their
trailer and all their instruments..
Bats player Bill Thresto sang
"I've Got Plenty of Nothing Mj
rhile firemen fought tbe blaze. r I
Viewers With
By DOC ouiee
NEW YORK. Msy (UP)-ShhB-Donl
brvsthe a murmuring word
m this. It migbt be too much for
the pTtrfesskwal alarmists
You know what the younger art
i turainf to new Mamare.
ihome. and family. Honest stalia-:
tint say so.
That s a trend that eurit to
'confound those' who habitually
' vi nmri rvaa oa u iu ciiiii v u a
i hrH to see bow srrone could rai1j
'arjihing ominous m;o yourg foiks' 1

AN t BfBEFEKDICT 1 Irib, DAILY NEWSPAPER :

know the truth and the
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PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, MAT 1957

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Pacific Givic

Go All Out
14
A fraua f Pacific Civic CoiincH
members yitar4y voUd unini unini-meutly
meutly unini-meutly for th atUbliihmcnt of
cafotoria pair tha lilbea High
School for Zona iruaWi.
. According to Council aratidant
. Harry ;E.'' Townaand, f baur 60 p p-pla
pla p-pla attanded the mealing held yei-'
tarday at Diablo Heihti.
, There was seme discussion at to
how- the cafotoria, whan hulft,
would be operated. .i
At the last shirtsleeve meeting
with tha Governor, tho council was
asked to get reaction-'from 1 1
jnomhari as to whether a cafeteria
was desired ty the aarante and tho
students,, and to gat. torn assurance
that. H ft were built, if
-used. .. .'''
would bo-"

Grocery Juggling In Commy
Ends In Dismissal Of Case

A case against a Rainbow City
Commissary employe charged
with petit larceny was dismissed
yesterday in Cristobal M a g i s s-trate's
trate's s-trate's Court because of Jack 1 of
evidence. : y"-';'
'i'Vd&BaM&'iifoiM Bowen,
48, Panamanian, was charged with
stealing a package of groceries
worth $1.27, .-. .,',;
Two young witnesses were called
to the stand by tne governmeni.
One of them. 16-year-old Delroy R.
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tag time on Saturoar
handed a bag of groceries stapled
with a 35-cent tag a it by the de-4
fendant. He said she askea mm 10
cheek it out for her, and, that she
would repay bim later. '.,
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T Reefer claimeel he made some
other purchases, J n c I u d I n
choose, for hb family, and In In-cludad
cludad In-cludad the U-cont packago with
his own traceries when ha wont
Ata pay, i?w
On Monday, the '.witness was
charged with stealing a package
of cheese from the' commissary,
but imposition of bis Sentence was
suspended. He was placed on six
months probation, t ? 1 5
:y"::'.t- i pv'r-.
' A Commissary inspector said.be
saw" tbe boy pult i a package f
cheese under his 'shirt.' at -5:25
p.m.. on Saturday, and also, saw
him check out the stapled bag, al
legedly given him by tne aeiena-
ant. ,, .-.;-' v.. f?'
Subsequent investigation snowed
Hltoo Cccr Business
Bcujhl For Beck HI
7i;h Union Power
WASHINOTOK. May (UP)
A brewery official said today
that Dave Beck used his power
as a Teamsters Union leader to
get a mammoth Budwelser JBeer
ClatriDutoranip. ;
The official. General Counsel
Dwight D. Ingamells or Anheu Anheu-ser
ser Anheu-ser Busch. Inc.. of 8t. Louis, tes
tified before the senate rackets
committee which is Investigat Investigating
ing Investigating Beck's financial activities.
The distributorship was de described
scribed described as the largest In area
covered much of the Northwest
and Alaska. Beck was said to
have arranged for his son to be
put In charge of it. ...'.
r The committee produced docu
menU In which officials of the
brewery pictured husky Dave
Beck Jr. as "an overgrown spoil spoiled
ed spoiled boy" whose indulgent father
demanded tnat ne get 11.000 a
month phu a nickel m case on
all Budwelser sold in Alaska.

Alarm Can Relax; Bumper Baby Crop Pends

trending toward getting married
and rauung a family.
Except, storhopt, tor thoao wtto
won f obout how we're feint to
K4 rho bumper crop of babies
aura te come from the) proaort
bumper crop of babiea. Tho be be-hi
hi be-hi boom la still on. Ttw umbor
of bVrho in tho Umtod Statoa has
roochod a now hlh ki each of
tho last six fears.
Tbe 19S8 birth frure is 4.200.000.
Ik l0, it was 2.j.0u0.
Tbe fact saarnice is becoming
utctuurj fopu.ax among the

country U mfeyr Abraham Lincoln.
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Couacilers Acceptance Of f. nj h

For
' One of tho Conditions of tho
'reject it that no student would
be allowed to lunch at tho Balboa
Clubhouse unless accompanied by
' his parents, if tho cafotoria It built.
- Approximately 400 school chil children
dren children jiew use the facilities at tho
' clubhouse during lunch-hour. It
was teamed.
Tho new cafeteria, if built, would1
be housed in the now ROTC build building
ing building for which funds have boon ap appropriated.
propriated. appropriated. ,' It would be located
next to the Balboa High School.
A report of tho civic council
meetino't decision will bo given at'
tho May
22 meeting with tha
Governor.
fthat the closed bag contained
chicken, cheese and steak worth 1
total of $1.27,
Mrs. Bowen's attorney; T. ' S.
Frankel, told the court, which was
jammed with spectator, that he
felt bis client; might be guilty'' of
emoezuement. out not petit larce larceny
ny larceny with which she was charged.,
"You have nethlrtf to" tho w
that ah had taken that things
hertelf," he said, and moved to
dissmit tho case) en (rounds of
lack of evidence. 1 v,-.
.Judg...E.-J. Pr Tatelman
greed. P-t-. r, .'.
. mere has certainly i been v no
evidence as to the ownership, of
uio properiy. un mat oasis a-
lone,-' the ease is dismissed,"' he
ruled?-?v ...'.i,;'' -a ?
, The other witness, was Reefer's
young step-sister who testified in
a "very low voice that the defend defendant
ant defendant had come to her house Satur
day night to ask Reefer not Mo
bring any incriminating evidence
against her because she needed
the job. .,. r-, .1
lldy'j Polilical
Crisis I lolhba lied
liForCblTtViiii::
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ROME. May 9 (tJP) Italy put
her government crisis into a
four-day deep 1 freeze today to
keep a ."business as usual" front
up for the state visit of France's
President Rene-CJoty.,
" After preliminary consuiu consuiu-tlons
tlons consuiu-tlons with party leader were
run off by President Giovanni
Oronchl yesterday, arty -chiefs
appeared agreed on only one
thing:'"' --v" H.r.,-
This will be difficult crisis
to solve. f '
Jt was becoming increasingly
apparent that what was facing
Italy as not merely a govern -J
mental crisis, but a break-down
kn the middle-of-the-road phil
osophy which has governed the
countrr since the war.
That middle road philosophy
was able to hold together a cen
ter majority with a common
bond of opposition to comma comma-nlamr
nlamr comma-nlamr In the hut six months
However, Italy's once powerful:
Communist Party has been com coming
ing coming apart under the twin blows
of the defrocking or staun ana
the Hungarian Revolution..
. With Communism's .. waning
power, the left and -right wing
fringes of the center coalition
have started to move away on
their own'-'
At the same- time. Pietro Nen
nl has tried to null his Social
ists out of the Communist camp
and set ud a powerful non
Communist left centered on his
party and capable of command
lng a electoral majority.
yjunger set comes from tbe Met Met-rrpolrtsn
rrpolrtsn Met-rrpolrtsn Life Insurance Co., an
outfit which has bo as to grind
on the subject except the ones that
keen its statistics sharp.
Tbe Metropolitan me ngures
tKfw the median age for first mar-
nages now stands at 23 years for!
men. 20 years for women. That ii
a decline is ag oy on ana one one-tiird
tiird one-tiird years since World War H.
There or saw mm and on.
barf time et marry married mo
vncior 25 vaar of at thor
In I tag. In more tfcan half
mf rh families wMck bad a baby

arerena nACDDlan

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ExpededToday employe ueserve

TEGUCIGALPA. Honduras. May
9 (UP) Nicaragua and Hondu
ras will announce today accept?
ance of a plan by the Organiza
tion of American States to pre
vent new clashes in their border
dispute, informed sources said.
4 Tbe olan. concerning tbe regula
tion of troop movements, hat been
worked out by an OAS military
mission headed by U.S. Army Col.
A. A. Greene. ", '.-
. AcceDtance will be effected by
agreements between the; OAS and
each country separately rather
than an agreement between Nica
ragua and Honduras. 4 ..
' Ricardo M. Arias, ambassador
from Panama and chairman of the
five-nation OAS fact-finding m i s-i
sion which arrived here this week,
cabled OAS headquarters in Wash Washington
ington Washington last night asking for more
help .. v; "i'..-:
.. He requested that each OAS
member country send two milita military
ry military men here to join the OAS mili
tary mission in its huge job of see
ing that a new ooraer war does
not' start. U'.; ..tV't--: .'
Neighborhood Fight
Drings American
Ccl';!:s To Ccurl j
A' fight between neighbor in Co
cO'Mlito enaea up wun an acqiut acqiut-tal
tal acqiut-tal for the two couples concerned
when the cases were cauea oe
fore the Cristobal Magistrate, i
Thev involved an American civi
linn employe, if the Navy, Warren
R. McNamee, 50 who was cnarg
ed with drawing a shotgun in. a
threatening manner;; and an Army
coude. Set. and-Mrs. Charles ;H.
Iwi who faced tbe judge on
charge of disturbing the .peace by
ngnting. ,
It all happened on Monday eve
nlnff when, a family : disturbance
between the two couples, who are
neighbors on Second Street, occur occurred.
red. occurred. The Lewis' bad gone to the
McNamee's apartment, door, and
after knocking, demanded an. ape-
lOCV. '.. 1 : :l ' r-' 1
According to a report, McNameei
came to tbe door with, an empty
shotgun, and threatened the cou-
ple.,0 ,t, .,. ;,).. .. j
in court ytsteraay, ne tenaereu
his apology, and bis plea of guil
tv was set aside. The Lewis' a-
ereed to so along with the Judge's
forgive-and-forget edict, and they
.too were acquitted. ; ',;
Blinking Red Light :
Msens Full Slop, f
CZ Police Advice f
Some motorists are too hesl
tant so say Canal Zone traffic
officers.. 1
Police contend that there are
drivers today who do not realize
that they are permitted to com
Dlete rleht turns on red lights.
At FrangiDani crossing, in par particular,
ticular, particular, it was pointed out to today,
day, today, there are many cars which
fail to make their turns wnen
the light shines red. '
- Police have also noticed that
some do not seem to know that
a blinking red light means a
complete stop. After coming to
a halt however, a motorist. can
proceed with caution when the
path is clear.
When making a right turn on
a red lleht, it was observed, the
motorist must yield to other
traffic, both vehicular and oe-

destrian. But as soon as It seemslto the National Airport for bis

to be safe, the driver can mate
his turn. - i
wring IKS, tho husband was un-
eWe JO. K v. ..
You can reach your own con
clusions on the basis of that last
statistic Tbe one which occurs te
oe is that being a papa is an
estite conducive more to keeping
a young fellow around borne doing
h i papa's duties than to keeping
him hanging around a street cor
ner looking for trouble.
4 t
The baby boom Itself now
Is
UUirg a new trend. That is In
,tte direction third and fourth
aiiuona to tbe family.

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CANADIAN 1HIIKY T

eenem-uiiiveg

WASHINGTON. Mav 9

legal representative of the U.S. Citizens Association, dis'
dosed today that he has appealed to the House Addi-o-

priations Committee to approve free schooling in tht

lanai .tone tor united states children who have one par parent
ent parent employed, by the Panama Canal Company oi Govern Govern-ment.
ment. Govern-ment. i '. '..-f. a'- -f-"::j'-:,;i:'. ,-
t .-' .':v '" .''.'''
wjsh caU the attention of this committee to the present
policy of the Canal Zone Government which denies education to
dependents of United States citizens where the 'responsible par parent
ent parent fia not employed by the Panama Canal Company or Canal
Zone Government," he said. v A f '-: .i;
"This committee through directives has guided the policies
of the Company Government in the past on the matter of free
kindergartens and home leave transportation. Appropriate Ian-
fuage In the committee report could correct this situation. May
suggest the following language:.,
: "Where both parents are United States citizens and the chil j
is a United States citizen, then either parent employed by V
Government in the Canal Zone or Panama, would entitle the
child of ihildren to free sihooling In grades kindergarten through
18, and also given them the same tuition rate In Junior Coiiejo
that Is presently given children of male employes of the Govern Government
ment Government in, the Canal Zone."-

Rebels Decide To Return Home

HAVANA. Mav fUPV- Two
cf three teen-age American boys
who ran away irom their homes
at the U.S. Naval Base at Guan-
tenamo to join Cuban rebeld near
iv three month' ago have decided
to return to their families, reli
able sources told the United Press
today. .-. .. ...:;.-.;.
They are Michael Garvey, 15
of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Victor J.
Buehlman, 17, of Norfolk, Va
Tho third boy i- Charles E.'
Ryan, Jr., If, of Springfield,
Mass. apparently 'decided to
remain with tho rebel band
known as tho July 26th Revolu Revolutionary
tionary Revolutionary Movement in O r I e n t o
Province, ',
Buehiman's father is a comman-J
oer at the naval base. The fath fathers
ers fathers of the other two are enlisted
men serving in Buehlman's squa
dron.
... -
The decision of the two young
er boys to return to their homea
rouows nearly 10 weeks of "miuV
tiry service" with the rebels.
They left their homes Feb. 17
Ike's Helicopters
Make 'Dry Run' :
Inlo Vashinglon
WASHINGTON. May (UP)
President Eisenhower s helicopters
r" t"-" "-n rlnr ran into
te heart of the capital yesterday.
jim .wo smau wniia ri o u a e
wbirlybirds dropped gently down
"Ho tbe grassy ellipse behind the
White House along with six larger
military helicopters which will be
used during the July civil defense
test, t V- ,'"',.' .'
Eventually, the Bell H-lU mod.
elf will make landings directly on
j the White House grounds to pick
up the President and whisk bim
trips out of towa
Mr. Eisenhower got a look' at
Lie trial landings as be left the;
executive mansion for a round ofi
golf at the Burning Tree Club. Be
hotly denied some time ago that!
he planned to use the $200,000 he

licopters for aa airhft to the golf,1

y. -
The helicopters fluflred t t

ne park and out again without hv The federation tu mi
cident although one missed t h e' statement after Budset Direct -r
olored markers and almost carae:Percjva F. Bnindage said t s

down oa top of a movie camera administration opoospa a pav i-.-crew
crease for tvernmert trr.-y'
' this year on rrounis Uiat It
Three fire engines, two fire de- mivht be InflaUonanr
psrtment cars, a navy ambulant, "Such an excuse lor fmoe.vr I
nd a detail of park police on a-a;. Just lnrr-s.se is a pr i
torcyeles were stationed in the eJ-ja four dollar till," tue t- -lipse
during Uua exercise. lion aal4.

ft 1 r
'i
fim
nd were reported "sworn in" by
tne reoei torce- on March 4 after
a trek of nearly 125 miles across
tb rugged terrain of eastern Cu Cubs.
bs. Cubs. : .S't,.4-!''"
, The two boys war persuaded
to return te their homos on the.
urging of a group of American
correspondent who contacted ;
them through rebel sources in
Santiago. They wore expected to
bo reunited with their families
by the weekend.
The American newsmen were
said to be staff members of tbe
Columbia Broadcasting System:
The revolutionaries for the past
two months have used the enlist
ment of the American youths is
urime nronaganda weapon. Thoy
uiive peon pnotograpneu in reuw
I L i I 1
uniforms bearing rules, and ue
dergoing jungle warfare training;
Finder No Kecpcn
RP Girl Pays ?25 :
For Spending $10;
Finders are not always keep keepers.
ers. keepers. '
Im fact, some times they turn
out to be losers, as In the ease
of Lnlsa B. Perea.
This 18-year-old Panamanian
girl was fined $25 yesterday in
Cristobal Magistrate's Court on
a charge of larceny of lost
property. '
. .).-,-
w She was found guilty of eon eon-verting
verting eon-verting $10, which she found in
the Rainbow City Commissary,
to her own use without first
making any attempt to find the
real, owner. -!
The money was returned to
its -rightful owner, petroneila
Osborne.
Postal Federation
4
Says Pay Excuses
Phony As $4 Bill
WASHINGTON. May (UP)
The National Federation of Post
Office Clerks said today that
the Elsenhower administration
devoted to pauperizing the
.inauon s pcwiai auia leaerai em-
ployes."

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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE X .
, Sir: 1
. t vnri m hflnrtfult, svmoathv to the family of my old

!' friend "Pop" Foster a friend to all and to the Republic of
! Panama. I remember when he was sent to Chiriqul to rejui-

: venate the Chirlgui Railroad. He found-some orphan cnuaren
m Rftnnernn ntw nt whom nrOVArl to h. A Valuable ftiset tO MTS.

letter's shop In Panama.' He always majle friends wherever, he
; went. -x.nyA- fSt:x:'-lilC-Z

t ? Our rains have let.up ana from wnai, i near uiey wncuu

for ft day to Panama. Farmers are -iaie ptnuiig in vn
, k,. mMtteMMi are still nillnsf la from the Valley., The Falcon

" Dam didn't handle the water; and Brownsville and other towns

k, giA a good bath, but two new dams to be built up river snouw
r.r rmiv handle it. but also furnlsh water to Irrigate a lot of

il laad bbtween Engle Pass 'and Laredo.?f?-:.::
Wt need a lot more dams on our streams, to : control water
Jl anU furnish power, but that takes money and the most of the

ii state s money is ki"k uo.

. The old
Friday s the

.; mivi4 .vinvy Ida era

But after rubbing a pint of alcohol in, I found I could move
Ecainj '-
; I can't walk at all without a 'stick, but with it I march to
'J the corner and back several times a day and can make a trip
"three blocks to the community center, If necessary.-v 1
f' The city is having a time finding a route from the east end
'of the speedway acrossthe city west to east, a cut off toBws-
ton. Three is always a traffic jam in the downtown hopping
- district and with so many one-way streets It's hard to keep go-

l.a()or News
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Comment

By VICTOH R I IS ft

boy hasn't Deen aoing so wcu iu me iCW u-j-.
third when I started to hang up for the night I

am a frnm the knee down ana i couiani wu,

" There's too much unrest over the world and experimenting

'1 with all kinds or aeacuy oomos may juuwi M"-r
'I may toow. what they're mJM&J 2

l me. I've lived through a lot oi it, no am uu m"""

ii- let 'em go to it,

Pop Wright

Sir:

SOMEBODY AFTER SOMEBODY? j 5 : T
nl'va nthor itemal of interest on' the front

. m mbwi if a f lfini y.iinn

I Tjaee OI your pir .t -. "-r--.r l.r, .Mrfat. I

f niiaamsn taeine taken to jau. i oeucro m iwa f

I T iv.

1 -

4 mKbur;em
. together but have also noticed every time a pHcem ets imo
f trouble, his commanding officer throws him to the .dogs.
, j.-,- ff0nern.l of finer for taking UP IOr

his t they wo
IkpeTt Wm to, specially when it happens on the rewrvatlon u
, expeci nim m wis supposed to h" hapned at
5' the police station and only police cars involved so It looks like

! 80m$ mSSZZwrm-1 had insurance, the ceman

;' was good enough to keep me out of court.

Service Man

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CAMEL HEIR Tottering' unsteadily on iu long legs, newly
born "Canaille" turns it back on the camera. But "BelltTla,"
the mama camel, give junior an example of perfect poise
when facing the photographer. The youngster is the first
camel born in the Pisa, Italy, loo since the war.

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' .' ' ' " .i . ...J
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84. "SANTA LCISA" Sails Cristobal, May 24
TO NEW YORK
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S.S. "SANTA CECILIA" Sails Cristobal, Mar
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SR. "SANTA rr" Die Balbe. Ma J
84. SANTA ANITA" .Dae Balboa, Jane 5
TO WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA and U.S.
. U. S. PACIFIC PORTS ,t
"5ANTA FE" Kafls Cristobal, May M
84. "SANTA ANITA" ....Sails Cristobal, Jane II
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PANAMA AGENCIES COJ

, A battalion of private eyas Is
Marching -through the lives and
- v r.iose who are keeping
the embattled Teamsters in the
pulbic eye. Private detectives
hired (ut a tow weeks ago by
"tlefH1s,' of the Teamsters are
probm Oeorgo Meany, WalHr
Routhor, David Dusintky and
Jim Carey en a broad front rang
ina tram New York to Detroit.
The gumshoes are tracking their

way through labor history, digging

uuo ine years when many of the

j e amsiers crincs were on the

way up. Many a banquet picture

suddenly, becomes a collector's it

em for the Teamsters' probers.

Many an ancient seating list be becomes
comes becomes a top security document in
this war within a war..
For it was inevitable that those

:ren who now lead the AFL CIO

went to so many banquets that the
chicken giblets and peas v almost
cme put of their ears and they
di dnot narae-check the man they
were "honoring" or those on the
other aide of the round table of 10.

Nob did the national figures of to to-turn
turn to-turn out to be the friend of a friend

oi some' unsavory character.

Primary targets tor the hired
hawfcshsws pre Oeorgo Moony
arid Walter Routhor the men
most likely to be hated meat by

the Teamster chiefs throoohout

mi. i
Asainst Mean the- technioue

will be simple. Many of the Teamos

and their' New York friends grew

an with him In New York nohtici.

They went to the same banquets.
They posed for the same wide

angle photographers. They issued;

joint political statements all a-

way back, wow this is being gath-

red in an edited version of history

to give the impression that the
AFL-CIO chief was their friend.

It's all decades old and will
have the incriminating impact of a

high school senior book in which
the boy most likely to succeed

wrote across your picture, 'my old

pl' and then proceeded to wan-

Ofr on and turn up a a eon man

when his whiskers grew in.

The private orobe of the other

labor leaders may turn up some

thing, for they have a total of over

2,000,000 members and some 2,000
locals. So now we have a probe
within a probe.
The AFL-CIO is looking into the
Teamsters. who are looking into
the auto workers, garment mak makers
ers makers and electrical unionists, who,
in turn, are now closely investigat investigating
ing investigating themselves to make certain that

there have not been any errant
regional officials or wayward dol dollars.
lars. dollars. -;. i.t-:-X
Like they say in the garment a a-rea.
rea. a-rea. this Js ally the height
of thecseasoa for investiga investigators
tors investigators no unemployment her. The
Teamster contingent "are expect,
ed to nut' toeether enough to enable

the union's big wheels to say, 'Why

pics on us? ii we ve- naa la oin oin-etals
etals oin-etals indicted in New York, here is

lilt of officials of other unions who.

re under raps and sou run-meir
offices and sign their union
cheeks."
This technioue Is expected to
eounter the criticism of Dave Beck
and Jimmio Hoffa. who now- ap

pears to face still another indict

ment or so says me icuwodui,
1 .',..'"''' ''.. ":" -? -;" ,; I
' The private ayes are but ana of
tthe Intelligence agendo at this
Teamster, counter-orrontlvo. The
bey have a wt of office a war

Information operating against
Walter Reuther. He's their e e-Wlel
Wlel e-Wlel bate. '. "i :..-.

The prop eanda barrage against

ha Auto Umon chief is being pre-

cured bv some vary competent re-

searchers in the capital, some of

whom coma out of the same old

CIO milieu from which Reuther

. The Teamos will attempt to pie-j
tura Reuther as a militant left-

wuieer. runmne a union -'. wmcn

a. : t awes..

(nectauzes m vuent striae, loeco

rhtrspt and some mucn more iu

rid, already nave Deen maueo out

in broadside to the Teamster

memberthin and a select list of

those calculated to he Reuther

tiolitical and industrial opponents,

in limner ieconiuu w

ive the country and their own,
400,000 members the- impression

that it Is Walter Reutfter sione
who W resoonsible for their

troubles.. This would turn ine pat-.

tie into a war between Reuther on

one side and the Teamos and their

mmr allies on the other tor mere

are many in the old AFL unions

naisionateir share tne neca noi-

fa distaste for tna otner vcaonmr.

Ttiiia the T am iters none to oi-

vide the AFLrCIO leaderthip while

the private detectives and re

search force spend tna next rew

weuks whipping into tnapo tna oos oos-lier
lier oos-lier the Teamster lswyers and
miblie relations men hope to 'throw

t the national labor leadership.

The Toamoi are eerermuied : to

hare the public eye with their eri-

hcs. '.-v . i.

if

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By BB1W

PIAIIf

WASHINGTON It's b e 1 n g

hushed up, but CIA director Allen
Dulles has warned that the Rus

sians have launched: a big prepay

ganda campaign to conymca fa fa-nama
nama fa-nama to follow Egypt's Suez lead

and seize the Panama canaL
Allen, able ycuncer brother of

thp KPrrpturv of state, believes this

may produce a big crisis ngm in

pur own side-yard.
Unlike the Suez Canal, the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal runs through territo

ry the United States government
bought and paid for many jrears a a-go
go a-go But this doesn't faze the Rus Rus-clans.
clans. Rus-clans. They are telling the Pana Panamanians
manians Panamanians they have a right to re revoke
voke revoke the sale, and could then get
rich on Canal tolls.--
CHIANG KAJ SHEK PROTESTS
( Generalissimo Chiang Kai shek
has sent a frantic message to Pres President
ident President Eisenhower, pleading that he
not allow American reporter to
visit Red China.

where he was the first represen representative
tative representative of CES, served as wartime
naval aide to the.no President
o the United States. While their
husbands were abroad, Mrs. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower snl Mrs. Butcher shar shared,,
ed,, shared,, the same apartment at the
Wardman Park Hotel.
After the war, Butcher wrote
th best-welling book, "My Three
Years, with Eisenhower." r,
AnA havintf lnnc hAPn 10nfiMt.il

from his wi?, he ivorcedrher in
tht spring of 1946, married Mary

Margaret Jtoro may 7, ms, and
went to live in Santa Barbara.

Calif.; whore he now owns and a-

perates radio-TV station KEYT.
By a property settlement made
March 20," 1956, Harry wa to pay
his first wife $1500 a month for

hie or until remmarige.

She now claims, in a suit for. a a-hmony
hmony a-hmony filed in the U.S. District

Court in the District of Columbia,
that this was reduced by verbal a-

'"j, j xi,- v-.i.igreement m septemper issi .to
a.JSSKS ?.Jh,i.ff.l' a. month on condition that

o, vwe, f rr" psyment be made regulatt

ready to lift the travel ban which

bS been keeping newamen away.
i Chiang warned that visits by re reporters
porters reporters would be disastrous to his
prestige in the Far East

Chances are tne wnne nnuu
will ignore his protests. f
' NASSSR PLOT RIVBRSEQ

Gbpyboys
By BOB RUARK

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WASHINGTON I pressed a call is always snowing' when you are

on one of my old alma maters, la .copyboy in Washington pick

tht Wasmneton Dally ews. tne rp a pint ot Booze and tna p ull-

otber day to investigate the copy- dog coitions of the .morning papers,

ooy business. ,

and sober up the night editor, j

I had heard scandalous rumors

that eopyboys mads ISO a week,
worked regular hours, and were

nvt considered as reportonal ma

terial. Moit of it i true. ;

I'll give yoa a short line on eo-

r.vbovs. who used to be the Oliver

Twists of the newspaper rack

business when dear old dad was

a slave. I got 112 a week on the

Star, and went to the N w a for

what was known-as a resounding

risev-si5. . V";
In those dsys a copyboy "was giv given
en given six- weeks to achieve staff sta status,
tus, status, which meant $25 a week, and
about three weeks to Justify it.

The present managing editor of
the News was a copyboy. "The

managing editor of the Post war a
copyboy. The mortality was rough,,
but some emerged, battered.
' it was a good system, actually.

The duties were simple enough.
When somebody .hollared 'Copy I"

you went to see, what was wanted.
What was wanted was to t a k a

Copy to th composing room, go

downstairs for a eoka or a cuppa
rawfee, place a hor bet with
the muscle editor, mix ; some
paste, walk: through itht snow it

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FEDERATED PLANS, Inc.
The Mntaal Panel Center

ista, want: tnrougn tne snow

On the Star. whicb was high

ninded. I once spent three days

sarchih', ever-searchin', for some

special dog biscuits for one of the
owners who was also in charge of

the poetry which appeared on the
editorial "pager ''y ; :ui yh
Anyhow, when I left the Star. ',
" The News in those days was a
struggling little paper, where even

the slaveys had to be part Orson

Welle, part Lou Gehrig., They re revolved
volved revolved the staff almost monthly,
so that you would go to be as a
spurts writer and wake up as the
managing editor. ' f
'Ernie TyleV ai I recall.'4 for cot

to- mention that they found t h a

undbergh ha by When was man

aging editor, and so became a

eoiummst.'- ;
One day you were city editor
and the next you were the drama

critic, and quit often you "were

at liberty to go down tne street
and ask who needed a good wind windmill
mill windmill hand. V"
What staff, we had on the News
went hOme after a couple of re

makes, and the afternoon copyboy

got quite a wt ot action wnen
there was a fire of a murder or a-
1 ii i i i

ny other 'decentvpiece of innocent
entertainment. If no reporter; was
a mailable, the copyboy waS nomi

nated, ana lor no extra fee.

I

bis

au stories from theater to .'rape,

write Headlines, read copy on a

running story,' condense- handouts,

cover Dasxetbau. and sing pagiiac-

ci standing on; my head. ", ),-

Some people' would call it wage

slavery. At least two managing e-

oitors ana irwouid eau it great

tun and highly instructive, worth
the pain and the toil and the
trudging through the snow, t

Out of this gristly fare some

newspapermen got raised, so that

When they were ldgeq and hick-;
ed out of the nest) they needed no

Ml .L. 1 .1. V

xiigni, instruction, uo, course, p we

starved! of course, wa. worked o-

Vfrume lor love. But when you

took- as much pride in putting a

p.nx aye in the paste as you Plac

ed in stealing a picture ot the mur murdered
dered murdered lady, you were headed from
slcvery and upward and onward to

as much as 50 a week. ', ;
That's what Overpaid city edi

tors got then and what profession professional
al professional eopyboys get now.

But tomehow I still think there

war more fun plsying Christian to

the lions for J12 or SIS on the off-

chance that on day someboddy

m:ght ask you id be president of

the firm. 'I'.t-

if will never be admitted, but a

Twuh niot tn kill dictator Nasser

hhi-been jimetiy reversea, nmiaa
operatives' in JEgypt are. now underi
orders,ironically, to keep JJasserl

aJive. at ail costs. f . 1
Reason is that the British now

tvliev Nasser's. Lielv successor

would be more dangerous than tne
vrilv dictator himself. iv

Nasser has surrounded himself

with eo many Communist sympa

tti:zers. that the Reds would prob

ably take over Egypt completely
in case of his demise. v ,,f -;; --
IT S. aeents were aware of the

orginai British assassination plot.

which mav seem like a drasuc

solution to. the Egyptian problem.

regularly on

jmv n'l Tn.' minirx m r w dijiv

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v Israeli Flashback

By J PETER EDS0II

Box II1 Panama,
. Tel. Pan. S-7M1

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. WASHINGTON (NIA) -A littWl

known meeting between president

Eisenhower and Israel rremier

David Ben Gurion ia being recal

led here to explain one phase of

the hew crises, in the Gaza Strip

and the Gulf of Aqaba.

As a leader of the Zionists want

ini to establish a .Jewish home

land in Palestine at the and of

World War B, Ben Gurion came
to Gen, D wight D.. Eisenhower's

Paris headquarters. f

Ben Curion purpose was to a-

nelof iza for the behavior of soma

of the Jewish displaced parsons

who were making fortunes oa the
black markets. With all busines

ehsnneia disorgsnized and every.

tiling in short supply, pnees were

skyrocketing. -, v

This wa one of the worst head

aches of American and Allied oc oc-euoation
euoation oc-euoation authorities. Some of the

black market ringleader form former
er former merchant tust reloatod from

concentration amps arter aavmg

all of their property confiscated

were exploiting mercilessly ma

ny of the other u.r. u wanoenag

about Europe. . t,

A itCOND aURP0II of Ben

Gurion'S visit to General Eisen-

hower was to persuade him that

the solution to this problem wa

to let all the homeless Jews emi

grate to Palestine and rehabilitate
them in a new homeland.
Before Ben Gurion had gone far
ia his presentation and apology,
Eisenhower cut him short. ;
'I get your point," the general
told him in effect, "but you labor
It unnecessarily. If I were a dis displaced
placed displaced person and had g o e
through the sufferings they hsv
experienced, I would probably do
whet they are doing."
This quick appreciation of the
problems of thet broken people
had a profound effect on Ben Ga Garten.
rten. Garten. To him. General Eisenhefr
became a km ft ia shining armor,
qefrnder of th weak.
Bn Gurion his reportedly bid
this story to h i associates many
imes. And tt i being repeated.

influenced to- order the withdrawal

of Israeli forces from the ; Gaza
Strip and. the.Gjilf of.AqaDa re region,
gion, region, when ha wa urged to do so

P

SKIPPER Capt Alan VUliora,
above, veteran Auetraliaa eee eee-farer.and
farer.and eee-farer.and one of the last mas masters
ters masters in the art of sail, ta at the
helm ot Mayflower II ae she
aails for the United Bute. The
voyage may take four to six
weeks t complete.

c:y

in-a, letter from President Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, f .;t; .t: v i , ... ..
THIS BACKGROUND : M A Y
HAVR an important bearing on
the Israeli frontier situation today.
Ben Gurion ordered Israeli forces
withdrawn on the now-famous 'as 'assumption
sumption 'assumption that Egypt would accent

the United Nations arranged and
to the "100 Day' War.' , j
But it now "Egypt moves forces"
into the Gaza Strip and restarts
raid across the armistice lines in into
to into Israel '. .....
And If Egypt interests with Is Israeli
raeli Israeli bound shipping up the Gulf
of Aqaba ...
And still further, if Egypt bars
Israeli shipping through the Suez
Canal -K
Then as Israel's Foreign Mi Minister,
nister, Minister, Mrs. Gold Meir told the V V-ntted
ntted V-ntted Nations March 1 Israel will
feel free to act ia her awn ielf -defense.
This is a right guaranteed
every country under. Article 51 of
the United Nations Charter. ,; j
'Ui. AMBASSADOR to'tha U U-nited
nited U-nited Nation. Henry Cabot Lodge
Jr., immediately endorsed the
Meir atatement a "not unreason unreasonable.'
able.' unreasonable.' Secretary of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles later declared that Mrs.
Meir statement wa "primarily
in term of expectation. and not

necessarily as assumptions."

'But in any language, the Meir
statement is being interpreted as
a clear warning by Israel that E
gyptiah President Nasser's chal challenge
lenge challenge aod defiagce of United Na

tions control over the disputed a a-roes
roes a-roes may restart the war.

Ia reservuK Lis risht to lelfyio-

fence Boa Gunon hi (aid he
would not sarr notice where he

would act. Thi is imoly another

way for an old fighter to say that

b will not Ulegrsph his punch. -But
implicit in Israel course a

It is now charted ia the "eTpocta-
tioa'' by Ben Gurion that President

Lisenhewer will azaui how his

humn!tnmsm and onderftand-

tri of Itrl' protierp. just a be

the British changed signals

concluding the assassination strat

egy, would boomerang. S.

They" figured, the' Reds would

make a .jnartyr of Nasser, using
his death to stir up Arab emotions

and take over the government.'

Nassers p r o b a D I a successor

would' be Lt. Col. Zakana Mohi
El-Din. now minister of .interior,

who controls tht secret police. Ab

solutely ruthle, ho is considered
a'' Moscow stooge.,.
Next most powerful person .in

the Egyptian government i minis-

ter.ot;aucauen,.Anit pa-vm

Husein. anoiner ionower m ut

Moscow line,, who, also commands

the so-cauea fnauonai uoerauoo
Armv."

As an example if his brand of

"education." he recently called on

Egyptian students to h a t a the

Westerh "enemy." .'',
' "Smash him, kill him, extermi

nate him!": cried Husein, ''Every

ci.n patriot, every youth, every old

man must remember tnat tne orst
factor for destroying our? enemy is
to hate him. to hold him in cos-

tempt, and to fill our hearts with
rase and hatred against him."

It is significant that the Com Communist
munist Communist technique for infiltrating a
country is to fain control first, of
the secret police, then the educa educational
tional educational system. -- -.. .. ,
1'' IKE'S IX-AIDI V
(The backstage story that has
been intriguing Washington society
for weeks now seems on the way

to settlement. It's the alimony dis

pute between Ike's former naval

aide, Cipt., Harry Butcher, and hia

former wife,' wmcn was scneauiea

to involve Mrs.. Eisenhower, as a
witness.':'-'',".": .' '..
' Butcher, for many years a popu popular
lar popular figure arOund Washington,

the first of the month;

However, "Mrs; Butcher" how al alleges
leges alleges that payments lagged behind.
She asks that the old agreement
be reinstated, and claims .b a c k
payments of $41,850-14050 for 1953,
and $37,800 for 1953.58,Vduring
which only $800 a month was paid.
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: Mrs, Butcher has continued to
be a good friend of Mrs. Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower and is a frequent caller at the
White House. , v
Butcher's attorneys were, report

ed planning to call Mamie r a a
witness to show: that- his former
wife had lived on less than $250
a month when they were married
and that hew as supporting her in

better circumstances now than
then. "','i
' However,' Butcher, reached in
S, nta Barbara, said that a proper
ty settlement-was under discussion
ard a compromise certain to 1 be
resched. There ire sighs of relief
around -the White House, but sighs
ot disappointment around Washing Washington
ton Washington society. h u 4f -,

, WASHINGTON PIPELINf
Congressmen aren't happy about

it. but Congressman Clare H r f f-

man s proposal to abolish income

taxes is now drawing more mail

on Capitol Hill than any otner

measure. Tin House jucuaary

committee is receiving over '00

letters a day demanding hearings

on Hoffman's bill. No hearings will

he held. .Budget pruners h s v e

hit the National Arboretum, the

nation outdoor Tree Museum,
so. badly that J had to appeal to
Boy" Scouts to cleat' a fire break.
The Arboretum,' which depend on
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'"' HOLLYWOOD lNEA)' On-
Uge, Offstage nd U p s t a ge:
Seme calypso music,- please. (
Diana Barrymore tell all, ;-1
In book ."Too Much; Too Soon":

ilvis wiggle noy "Loving

,- You.",
i And even popcorn swoon.

r

-

t Danny Thomas take new, TV wife,

Thev sav she hones. v,.

Real wife at home she .sing with

'Cause Danny .bring, -her ; all the
money.

I doan kavre if the meter is all

wrong, it's -as good as most calyp

so lyrics we're hearing in movies
aid on radio and ..TV these days.

And if calvoso sineers like Lord

jfleat at Ciro's can- dish up .news

t to the Tnnidad beat, so, e a n !.

After all. they say any stery from

i "Mary- Had; a Little LambV .to
aust" -can be told. ,, In calypso
meter. Besides, I have a technical

adviser Biilvi .Vaughn, of Dot Rec

-ords. He's, also therbaritoftie voice

,- -with the Hilltoppers.'iwho' ve -sing-

- ing .all 'bout Marianne," t r
' So lust' call me t!Sir Chest- Vof

Diawers" and beat t hose oil

i drums inan-4M v -.v J i.
. Liz Taylor iy the delighted te
: Marry. Todd-AO, 4,
i Othee day he sty"he soon
Will be a Daddy-O. -a -,t, y i. ".?';
'' "vw ;.' .'i..
; O' Tony Perklnfc is. big. hit, t
In movie "Fear Strikes Out" a
: And "Baby Doll" in little crib ,
', jLSt stick finger in her mout'.

Pat Boone'a no Daniel

But In Hollywood make big tiiackt
i With movie and Dot Record hit
I He laugh Jtead1 off ever money
i"- tck.:K fi ('.'.-.'
YuLBrynner with head so bald:
' Attracts the, ladies fair, ,v i -r
f They, say he is the king of all, '1
' Though he'ain't got no hair.. ,
Oh, well,' maybe1'1! better j u 1 1
v forget .'the -whole .thing and go
ibck to listening all 'bout ; "Mari-.-anne."
u -r r':;...! -, r-.
- "f-h fc-.uu--:.. (.;.-5
j JEvenTa dog'a life in Hollywood
' required high priced attorneys.

You -can bet Kudd Weatherwax,
owner of 'the' famous pooch Lat-

. sie, will spend a .bundle of

biscultr on legal help' in the di-:
vorce 6uit filed by Mrs. W, She
wants, all of their communitv pro

perty inclusing Lassie. ; T on y

Jferkins is tuning up his pipes to
a love song in "The ? Sea Wall."
He'll warble in a night.club se sequence
quence sequence with Alida Valli. .Kath .Katharine
arine .Katharine Hepburn is telling pals she's
dead serious about wanting to turn
director for at least one m o v t e.
Bob Mitchum's' take-off on Direc Direc-to
to Direc-to John Huston is a private party
howler. Deadly accurate as a mim mim-iclassic.
iclassic. mim-iclassic. .Paulette Goddard's
name is being tossed around.; for
the Myrna Loy perfect-wife role

in the MGM 'telefilm series version

of "The Thin Man'
Room for, one more trick name
in Hollywood? Like Rip Torn?,
AH the other-odd handles have
been dreamed up as eye catchers
bi-t Hiis Torn has' been cat 1 e d

Rip Torn all his life; His name is

lorn Eimore Tom. He s rrom
Tayldr, Texas'," nd. Wrked M TV
hefore Ian'dfn.-a'.b'it'ible'" lp- "Baby
Doll ". Now it's, a bigger, role in
"Time Limit" with Richard Wid-

marK. aui some people are won wondering
dering wondering if .there's limit to trick

names. in' Jfpvietown.' .-i-.-"yC

nip lorn is upcu-iimiucu nuuui

it, "But if they change my name,

lies groaning, "I hope it won t.be

dog

back 10 Elmore.;,

: THE.' WITNET: George Gobel

swears first degree rinky J dink
hjs become a serious offense .in
California.. "It ,: m fra n says

Gt-orge,. Vdrjving.'a foreign car

without a smug expression." ; ri

THIS IS HOLLYWOOD, V MRS.

JONES: Virginia ; Vincent,, the

Broadway actress, learned during
"The Helen Morgan Story that
ctmeramen mean the most "photo

genic side of the. face when they
ask, "What's your best, side?"
Other day Virginia glimpsed Elvis
Presley on the Paramount lot and

said. to her agent: "I guess they

asked him which. was his ,Det
Sideburn." j ,',,;,.,;-; i

NOT IN THi SCRIPT: Llll,

Kardell't telling about a movie

writer who i threatening to pen

xbook about film censors titled

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6:00 Allen Jackson .Commen .Commentary
tary .Commentary (WRUL) '
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTfi
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6 : 30 Telephone Hour (WRUL;'
7:00 Goon Show, 4 s
7:30 VOA Report From MA.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater 4
8:30 Take It From Here
9:00 You Asked For It (
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10:30 Musiq From Hotel El Fan

10:4S TemDle Of Dreams t'v

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8:15 Church Jn The Wlldwood

8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News i t
9 : 15 Sacred Heart
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10:05 Spins and Needles (re (requests
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11:30 Meet The Entertainer
13:00 News t t- 1 i

12:05 Luncheon Music

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12:30 Sweet And Hot .
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,1:30 Sons Of The Pioneer
1:45 Songs of France,.'
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show :
2:30 The Virginians 4'

S: 00 Hank .Snow. And ; His

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3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Friday
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6:35 What'i YOtir Fit Of it

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7:30 VOA Report From UJ3,
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'8:30 Short Story Theater 1 -9:00-rYou
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: REHEARSING. HER FAINT In Nthe production "Blithe Splrif
Is .Tush Collier, as Madama Afcardl, while fellow-players try
to "revive" her. Left to right are 1st Lt. Roy Strom,. Nancy
Acklev, Donnal Jean Glenn,- Donnellle Keeney (holding Mad Madame
ame Madame Arcardi's head), Meg Ramsey and 2nd Lt. Don Mlnifle.
; The Noel Coward comedy is the initial production of ;the new
ly-formed Caribbean Players and will be presented at the Jad
win Playhouse (the old Ft. Clayton Theater ) May 29,. 30 and
31 and June. I. (U.S. Army Photo)
Caribbean Players Rehears?
For Comedy 'Blithe Spirit'

Rehearsals for 'Noel' Coward's
Bhthe Spu-it"-fthe initial produc

tion of the newly-tormed Carib

bean Players are well underway

this week at ;Jadwin jfiaynouse

(the old Fort Clayton Theater)

where the sophisticated comedy
concerning a first wife's ghostly

antics in tne household of her hus

bend and his second wife will be

presented May 29, 30, 31 and June

T .Coward's acid dipped "bon
mots," witty retorts and -urbane
humor fill the Playhouse these
warm evenings as 1st Lt. Frank
Plenchner, the director puts the

cast through its paces. -

Members of the cast are 1st Lt

Roy M. Strom, C h a r 1 e s; Meg
RamseyJ Elvira r Nancy Ackley.

Ruthr-Tush Collier; Madame Ar-

cardi: Donnelle Keeney." Mrs

Bradmari; 2nd Lt. 1 Don Minifie,
Mr, Bradman; and Donna Jean
Glenn. 'Edith.' 4-' '4 -.

' The Canbbearf Players Is a 'new
theatrical group organized at Fort

Clayton for k all members of the

military1 eomni unity j; and U.S gov

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TALLAHASSEE," Fla. S 1 1 1 e
Rep.: John Orr, on why he opposed

passage of a bill to outlaw inde
cent literature:

"If this bill had. been in effect
when some of the. great classics
were written- they ; would never
have been created. It, would even

pull the Holy. Bible from iur book

shelves. s a

CHICAGO Navy Chie! of Cf

perationg Adm. Arleigh, Burke. ,on

The Russian fleet is getting Set.

JACQ8Y OH eXIPTI j
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By OSWALD lACOBYi
; Written for NEA Service

well as we do. However, theRus

nan s seamanship is not good

as, ours.'' - v f

MINOD, S. D. -Secretary otA'-

griculture Ezra Taft Benson, to
wheat farmers who, he said, v are

gradually making more money an.
nuallv: .. .. ,''- -i :

'You are not out of the, woods

but"thine are looking up. You

I hear most of what is bad and lit

tie oi wnai is gooa." t,

WASHINGTON Rep.- Albert

Thomas (D-Tex.), on why. he and

other congressmen rejected fresi-

dent Eisenhower's request for

funds to launch the new federal

flood insurance program:

"The taxpayers can't stand this

right, now.

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Since this seems to be the

week for getting eoutb into trou

ble let's finish with a UUapaloo-

sa. - ,-

Take & look at all four hands.

If you 'can see how South man managed
aged managed to go down- at three o-

tromn you are an expert.

Now for the sad story. West

didn't think much ef his heart

suit because South had hid It

and the four clubs to the Jack
looked most unattractive. Ac-

cording ly be decided to try to

tut his partner a suit and open opened
ed opened the six of spades.

wniie sooth was uunt time

out to Study the dummy East
went through some rapid meatal
gymnastics and Oclded that his

j .rtneT had opened the top of a
hort suit. He also noted that de declarer
clarer declarer could not know this and
therefore East played the tea of
spades.
Now it as South 's tirre for
real study. The lead could have
ten trp ct a ci" v ftn l-ut it
crt"i rruch mere like tt fnirth'
r i a t hfsied ry ace-

Jack; In that case it would be
necessary for South to duck that
particular) trick to guard against
East getting in with the king of
diamonds and leading- through

South 's remaining spade honor.

South ducked whereupon ast
laid down the ace, of spades,
dropping South' queen and

cleared the suit with a third

lead, v V., .. ....". '. J
When South lost the diamond
finesse East J was waiting -with
two good spades to set the con contract.
tract. contract. ;, -r-ri:-":..; '-'v1

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pendents -:Vr, .? ,-;''- .'.''.:
. Those interested ih' working fn
tne production of "Blithe Spirit"
or in future "production of the

Players should contact 2nd Lt. J.

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.irUiT ipdia W vitmnN SHOW Mrs. P. Robinson, Miss Clare White and-Mrs. R.
S d ?eJSZ of Pana ma in the fashion show sponsored by the Cri
tobal Woman's Club recently. , , ,

ml WILLIAM E. POTTER IS GUEST OF HONOR
AT BALBOA WOMAN'S CLUB SPRING LUUNCHEON
l Mrs. 'William E. Potter, wife of Brif. Gen. WUUani E.
otterGoVernor of the Canal Zone, was the of honor
at the Annual Spring luncheon of the BW",
iheld vesterday In the Balboa Room of the Hotel EI Pimm.
The lnntheon was he occasion of installation of new
officers, and number of f nests were present to enjoy the

program.
nnsies made by' the Arts
and Crafts Group for s p e c i a 1
gtests, added a personal loucn.
mns who were seate at the
resident's Uble were Mrs.- Wil
1,.m v. Potter. Mrs. Herbert Bath-
i. ann, who gave in rinvoation
;;lIeIrl.t'resrael to mfuiw
iJnmHi'i Club: Mrs. Arthur Lo-
?$n. President of the Cristobal
Women's Club; Mrs. G. 0. Par Parker,
ker, Parker, retiring president; Mrs. Al Al-bvt
bvt Al-bvt 'gaarinen, incoming p r e s i i-dent;.!
dent;.! i-dent;.! Mrs. Leonard Ruppel, pro program
gram program chairman; Mrs. Wm. Hear Hear-oB),
oB), Hear-oB), 1st vice president Mrs. A. J.
Iirwin, 2nd vice-presidentf Mrs
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Following the luncheon M r s.
Spencer Smith,1 soprano, sang
three selections If I Could, T e ll
You, Fire-stone; Kiss Mis- Again,
Herbert and I Love LifeM an -Zucoa.
She wa accompanied
te oiano bv Mrs. Arthur -i&cV"
Mrs. Parker, th retiring presl
dent, presented Mrs. Saarinen with
the president's gavel and pin and
was in turn presented wun a pasu
E resident s pin oy airs, aaaruien
he also received a beautiful sil
ver tea pot as a gift from the
members of the Club. The other
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officers for the coming year were
introduced. Chosen to serve .are:
the Mesdames Agnes Hearon. 1st.
vice-president; .Claire Irwin, Jnd.
vce-president; Celeste Powell,1 re
cirdmg secretary: Mary woney,
ass't recording secretary; Martha
tiamuton, corresponaing secrets
rv; Rose Casey, ass't correspond
ing secretary; Rae Ebdon, trea
surer: Edna Million, ass't treasur
er; Emily Bolton, nominator, Phil
Euper,' membersmp; Mary Auppei,
paruamentanan; Audrey JUndaia,
p'anist vorotny Allen. Marge ui
fey. program: Key Maisner. pub
licity and press; Mary Ruppel, re-j
cepuomai; nuio weoiuni, reiresu-
ments. Aenes.-Hearon Claire Ir
win. ar book; lEvelyn Harring
ten. Anna Kiernan.- arts and
crafts; Helen Wentworth, budget
and finance; Helen Adler, Loi
'7ti 'i Uam mwAm ITmilw Ttnlfwn
Civics and youth; Helen Quinlan,
courtesy and sick; Marge Coffey,
custodian- Folly TraiL decorating
Ruth Bourgeous. historian and Va
da Pence, Helen Adler. Grace
Culp. hospital and welfare.
The president introduced Mrs
Potter and the other guests' and
all responded with greetings to the
Club and best wishes for its conti
nued success. ;
2 Mrs. Vada Pence,' last y e a r's
president,, cut the beautiful Club
nirthday cake.
Cocktail Party
At US Embassy
For War College
The United. Mates Charge d' Af
faires and Mrs. Austin Acly gave
a cocktail party at the Embassy
last night in honor of members of
the war College visiting Here.
Mrs. T. S. McKibben
It Hostess
Mrs. Thomas S. McKibbon gave
a bridge luncheon at ner borne
in Balboa yesterday in honor of
Mrs. G. Carter Orr, who is leav
ing next month to make ner borne
in St. Petersburg, Fla., v (
(CONTINUED ON PAGE S
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PARTY DRESSES Joanne Walker and Susan Petersen-show
party dresses at the Cristobal Woman's Club luncheon, and
. fashion show.

Medical Pioneers .Perfecting

Metal Joints
3
NEW YORK, May 9 (UP)' I
Pioneering in tne numan skele skeleton,
ton, skeleton, a surgeon has given a woman-patient
an entirely new knee
Joint two metal rods, hinged to together.
gether. together. ' ;
It replaced the natural bony
joint of her skeleton which 'had
been immovably fused by the
ravages of arthritis and was ut utterly
terly utterly useless.' she has had the
new joint for over a yean So far
it works fine.
Thia business' of replacing
joint is scientific wilder wilder-nessj
nessj wilder-nessj Dr.. W. Russell MacAus MacAus-land,
land, MacAus-land, of Boston, called it "pi "pioneering."
oneering." "pioneering." If the pioneers break
to keep ;
yourchildrenHealthy
; There'aid i'etteV food foJ
growing youngsters than r
, pure, safe Kl'im milk. Klim
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good for building strong
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,Remw!ef-your children
i need healthful KLlat milk
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I Take 4 aartsOOOO I vitamin t
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For Arthritics
through, i. many now helpless
and, hopeless invalids will J
cease being; so. ? ,
Arthritis can fuse the bones of
Joints. When that happen, Joints
are7 Immovable. There are- oper operations
ations operations with which : knee joints
ana nip joints can be uniused and
made movable again, to a de
gree.
But these operations don't
work to well for the knee Joint.
For that reason MacAusland's
-pioneering" merited a run tecn tecn-nical
nical tecn-nical report in the Journal of
the American College of Sur
geons..v; -,'! ..
His 45-year-old patient had
four immovable joints, both el elbows
bows elbows and both knees. Because of
the former she couldn't lift her
hands to her face; because of
the- latter her legs were frozen
ana sne was totally helpless.
MacAuslaod restored move movement
ment movement to the elbow joints by the
standard operation which per permitted
mitted permitted her to feed herself. Then
he took up the problem of the
right kneev :i
He had the hinged rod made
of an alloy of chromium and co cobalt,
balt, cobalt, This alloy, la called "vital "vital-ium"
ium" "vital-ium" and its use In uncountable
dental plates has proven that It
is-inert wlienr In contact with
human tissues.
ft f .. l'O'v'V
The fused parts of the natural
joint were sawed away. The rods
were inserted into the upper and
lower leg bones and made fast by
flanges. By this' means, the ex existing
isting existing structure of ligaments and
muscles was preserved. ;
rns woman now can strewn
out her right leg straight or
Dena it at tne right angle. Mac
Ausland reported that she be.
lieves she would "be able to walk
again if the left knee u made
movable, i i ; v
Whether he will reDeat on her
leit knee, ne aid not say. Pre
sumably the decision depends on
tne ultimate outcome of the pi pioneering
oneering pioneering jsurgery.
MacAusland is not the only
such pioneer. Dr. L. O. P. shiers
nas replaced four knee 'joints
with stainless steel hinges. He
has reported the results of two
and one was a failure. Dr. B.
Walldlus replaced the Jplnt witn
hinges made of acrylfc plastics
But in none "of these efforts has
enough time passed for the re-
suits to ne truiy Known.
Cooties Visit
Corgas Patients
" The Military Order of the
Cootie. Snaneri-I.a No 1 of An.
con, paid a visit to Uorgas Hos- j
cigarettes, canay and, magazines.
Members of tne committee
were Dennis W. Hooper, hospital
chairman, Gilbert J. Maruum,
Charles E. Roby, Edmos 6C Coe,
Donald U Hugnes, Harry F.
Taylor, Charles Cottrell. Ernest
F. Wltzig, Joseph c. Rybicu,
Ralph W. Lachry, Carlos A. Brett,
Elton J. Dixon, Fred Greenwood.
Charles E. Smith and Charles
Hill. .''- ;
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MRS. H. D. CLAYTON wears
an orchid chiffon cocktail
dress in the Cristobal Woman's
, Club fashion parade. t
r)
I- Pi
; MRS, R. L. KOENIG1 models
i black and white Guatemalan
i dress In the recent fashion
; show staged by the Cristobal
Woman's Club, ;
Vacation Helped
Winter Cold :
Says Eisenhower
' WASHINGTON,' May 9 (UP)
. voiucin. jusennower said todar
his recent golf ins vaeatint, t a.;.
fk "'i U" J. "nelPed a lot" in
hrowing off Us winter cold, and
touch, v .
"I personally think- fnr fk. vi
f difficulty Thad, that the sun
we only answer." he told a
news conference.
k He s.!ld .he. good'many
hours "just sitting out behind my
nouse lUSt absorhino th
Tn. : . : "uu.

k- Z..sj .it. uciiexicia(,e.igiri tecnnicians, iinauy chiuc
he said.i because I feel fine," i iUp witl an odd-looking spring

una musi nave been
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NO woman is a'true homemaker
who- j
Is afraid to cover a eh air or
choose draperies for a room with

put consulting an "expert." Iknow it. '
Won't Jet the children make ar Can't get along with her aeih aeih-batch
batch aeih-batch of cookies for fear of the bor.
mess they'll make in the kitchenl Has no ambition to be a good
Is never truly pleased to onen cook. --. ;

her door to an unexpected guest
m tne name of tidiness throws
out a child's treasures and in the
name of good taste refuses to let
him adorn his room with the
things that appeal to him at the
moment.', -. (.
Won't let her children own a net

of any kind because pets are "too 'Discourages hobbies because
much trouble". Ithey "clutter up the house."
Is far more concerned with how Thinks of her home as a show
her house looks than whether or plaee instesd of a shelter.
not it is comfortable. Hates to see any member of the
Doesn't care where her own chil. family ever being comfortably la la-dren
dren la-dren are as long as they aren't un- sy and immediately thinks up a
der foot. ; job for that person to do, A

Watch: Spring Inserted In Patient s

Heart Sparing Life
DETROIT. Mav 9 (UP) A
team of surgeons today disclos
ed a remarkable new operation
in which a "watch spring" was
inserted In a. woman's heart,: n
The patients Mrs4 Mabel StreeW
er. 34. was onerated on Apru d,
1958, and has carried the metal
spring in her heart for more
than a 'year;'-::.i--: -.
The operation," another devel devel-onment
onment devel-onment in the rapidly expand expanding
ing expanding field s of rhearb surgery, is
designed to correct a condition
known as "mitral Insufficiency,"
in which the mitral valve of the
heart fails to open and close
properly; ; ..
r The new technique was devel developed
oped developed by Crs. James H. Wible.F.
Jacobson. Prescott Jordon Jr.
and Charles O.-Johnston of the
Wayne State University college
of medicine. vf s 1
Pflor to bar. aetata
av Mrs. jUraatar, a mofhar af
five, i about tlx tnanthi to lira.
They boaa "aw ska aiay have a
; aormal lit Kaacaaeyt bat tkev
rWaat say for aaras ;' ? i
,Once bedridden t much of the
woman, told a news conference
she now feels "fine," does most
of her housework and cares for
her children,, ranging in a g e
from,. 2 to i. V:t Vi ih
tne is tne nrst person ln .ns
tory wlthWetttrtisnnirw' her
heart. "tV,.X?. '-r:
. Three years 'ago when the
surgeons conceived the idea of a
mechanical aid for the mitral
valve, they looked around for
the right type of metal, some something
thing something that wouldnt corrode
break,' or lose its tension, and
would last a lifetime. !- u
U. They thought the hair-spring
wire of a watcn mignt wonc.
Wible: fitbpped'in a'Jewelry store
around the corner from the med medical
ical medical school and told the watch
ret-airman what he had in mind
The man said the hair-spring
would be too fine, and handed
Wlble a main apring Instead,
;"We- fooled, around with it.
then we went out and bought a
hatful of main springs and
twisted them Into every conceiV'
able shape,? Wible said. "Then
we wrote to the Elgin National
Watch Co. and asked them a a-bout
bout a-bout the metallurgical proper properties
ties properties of the apring."
: Thomas R. Graaa, Bgia's taeh taeh-aleal
aleal taeh-aleal airactor. infanaao tha doctors
. that tha aatantaa allay asasl ia tha
. "aabraakable'V sarins woM bit
k aa estimatee' J00 years, tataiaiat
its tansile stranath aa1 Irs rawst rawst-aaca
aaca rawst-aaca ta eorroiioa.
The surgical team visited the
Elgin, plant and. working -with
Elain technicians, finally came

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SATURDAY MAY 11 FROM 1 Jo4 5

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Ute Is t.'o Fi: 1 ;:

Is L'!!:o 7I.I;
A URDIN ON HER FAMILY.
HATES housewoit and wants to
- be sure her husband- and rhtirfnn
I Doesn't make her children's
friends feel welcome. '
Doesn't have a smile 'ready wheit
she sends her fa mil v ntf in iw
morning and when she;' greets
them at the end of the school and
business da v.
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Of ; Young Mother
with a diamond-shaped "head
and a two Inch I'handle."
."We Inserted It in the heart
55 0SZ Wlble aid, "The dot
JUV6Q, ; s, ;...-... h, ty ... .
J When' introduced ; into the
heart, the spring 1s encased in
a .nyion "stocklng,,. stitched to
the spring with silk suture. -The
entire device ia imbedded in the
mitral leaflet which opens and
closes to allow blood to flow
through as the heart teats."
Virginia Govern:
Says I,': D;r.::r
RICHMOND, V.V, May 9 (UP)
Gov, T noma a B. fii,anley.
breaiLng siience on tne eint eint-week
week eint-week controversy over Invita Invitations
tions Invitations missent to Negroes for an
all-white ainner for distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished Virginians, said today ."tio
far as l am concerned, tne In Invitations
vitations Invitations stand."
' Stanley had remained silent
during a period in which some
of the .Negroes who were asked
to return their invitations said
they would 'do so only at the
toverrtor'srequestr"
jne Virginia. JBtate Chamber
of Commerce assured me the
list would be carefully checked."
Stanley said. -"I have not re re-sclndeot
sclndeot re-sclndeot he. invitation to any per person."
son." person." He emphasised; that ha-
will attend the dinner himse.lt.
. layitatioaa wate Mat aat ay Mi
atata cnatnbac ta asata fhaa. COO
aarive Virginians aaw Hvinf aat -a
state fa attaa4 tha May IT afa-
nar aa aarh af taa 150th annhar
tary Jimastowa Fastival. At laaar
'six Nagraaa raaiva4 MVHatians "r
"Hiroufb a claricai ana.--'", v
' Chamber officials said they
were still not sure whether oth other
er other Negroes had been Invited.
Stanley statement, lndloatlng
that he thinks the Negroes who
were invited should be permit
ted to attend the dinner, comes
several week after the six an-
nounced they would hot show
up.. The six agreed yto sUy a-
way after cnamoer n-esiaent
Frank A. Ernst of Hopea '.Va.,
wrote them explaining tney
were Invited ty mistake by
white chamber which had never
intended to nave a racially-
mixed dinner, ' : -1
However, officials nave em-
phasiaed that if any Negroer do
ahow up. they win ne-treatea
courteously and ztx at jthe
banquet.. -Vi-'-.i- ry.. )
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JET.PS

razillan Ambassador

SnterteicH ,.',"
Far Ship's Officer

The Ambassador of Brazil and

Mrs. Aquilino Boulitreau Fragosa

will give a toner tonight at the

Embassy residence in honor of the
'. officer of the' Brazilian warship
; 'Soare DUtra" which is at pres present
ent present Tisitujghie Isthmus.. -
Minister Of Foreign
Relations Gives .,
Farewell Lunch on
;Th. Minister of Foreign Rela Rela-tiins
tiins Rela-tiins Aquilino Boyd gave a lunch luncheon
eon luncheon at the Union Club Tuesday as
a farewell to the Panamanian Am Am-bassador
bassador Am-bassador to Colombia Dr. Eduar Eduar-do
do Eduar-do Hitter Aislan, who will leave
ahortly for Bpgota. -, 4

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Mr. And Mrs. Rib
Announce) Birth
Of Daughter

Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Ricardo Ul

na, of Washington, B.C. announce

we birth, of their first child.

daughter, Inez Cecilia, on -, Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, May 4 in .Washington. Mrs.
Riba is the former. Clarita Cecilia

Navarro of Panama. Mr, Riba' is

conectetf-with Pan American U
nion in Wasnington. , ,., ,..
Caribbean College '-
Club Will Hold , f
Serine Luncheon i -,

The winners of the two scholar

shins Riven by the Caribbean Col

lege Club, will be Jionored at the
Club's annual Spring luncheon at

the Hotel Washington on Saturday,
May 18 at 12:30 p.m.
.All members, guests' and friends
ar ereminded to get their reser

vations made by May IS by call

in Mrs. W. P, Middlemas 3-1485

or Mrs. 5. if. Puller s-zoss.
(Continued on Par 7)

IjAACP PIcccd 7
Undir PcrniZa-icnl
Intacl!:n In Texas

TYLER, Tex., May S UP)-The

muonai Association lor the A0

; vancement of -Colored. People was

under k-permanent injunction-

lay. barring it from operating in

jexas except under ; certain ton
' ditioni, --;',-wM:P. sVi'I

me condition "Temiire ine

' NAACP. to pay a franchise tax. as
aW iout-of-state 'corporation and to
keen its books' open for inspection

without warning by the attorney

general's office or the slate audi-
tor. ?''' ';('';':

: District Judge- Dtis T. Dunagan,

who issued; the permanent ununc

troh, did. not completely outlaw the

flAtr the state had asa

' -The NAACP in Texas has been

under a restraining o rtl e r- and

later a temoorarv injunction since

last Sept. 21, The state first asked;

lor a ireRirainma -' order on -the

ground that the NAACP. broke
two Texas laws.

One Violation, the' state1 charged,

was soliciting desegregation Jaw-

suits. The other 'was violating -the

itate'a'eprparation; laws by maki making
ng making a profit. The NAACP bad

claimed nop-profit, status and paid
no taxes,' .; V
After i long hearing, Dunagan
changed the restraining order to

a temporary injunction. He hand handed
ed handed 'down his decision on the per

manent injunction today after a

two-week hearing.. l r

Broker Accused Of
Slaying Wife Loses
Exlredilicn B:lib
DETROIT. May (UP) A clr

cult Judge' today upheld the ex extradition
tradition extradition of -former investment

broker lu Ewinii Scott to Cal

ifornia to face charges of slay

ing; his wife and rifling most of

her $600,000 iortune. -However.
JodKe- Miles' Cule

han said "Scott was entitled to
au 20-dav grace period during

which he could carry his fight
to avoid extradition to the state
Sunreme Court.: 't .;'.." 1

CUlehan rejected an argument
by- Scott's attorney, Gabriel

Conn, tnat tne exuraaiuon oraer:
by Gov; tl. Mennen Williams

should -have? been- oasea on a
single crime,-He i said California
law permits extradition for sev several
eral several crimes included in a1 single

extradition-order, vt!i;.

Scott, 60, floo to Canada a year
ago after being indicted on charge
of murder and grand theft. He Was

erreeted April 1 5 on a federal fugi

tive warrant -when border guards
caught hbn. trying fo. reenter Ca-
nede'.'',.,-;;' t: v"--i
Cohn argued that Scott's ex

tradition should have been un undertaken
dertaken undertaken by the. federal govern

ment because hev was arrested

on. t federal arrant;:;..';.;r--
"I don't argue with your petl

tlon that the federal govern-.

ment took jurisdiction 1 in the
case," Culehan told Cohn, "but
someone has to pay the cost of
tossing this matter ; back and
forth between courts in this

case, your clientA t 4

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ness eueuuve-ness and its ease of appUcation?
In 'hot weather it is especially im important
portant important that your deodorant should

be safe under normal conditions
to use immediately after shaving,
like MUM LOTION (BANK Sleeve Sleeveless
less Sleeveless dresses, bathing suits ind the

like make this a necessity, i

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whether or not it stains or rots
c'othing. BAN (BUM LOTION) has
been tested on over 600 fabrics by
the American Institute of Laun

dering and certified non-injurious
Rayon blends, cottons, dyaels. or

gandies, chiffon were among those

that were proves safe.'

Let's all remember that nothing

is as important to a woman as

having a well groomed immacu

late appearance. Those who think

it is a part-time jod ana conse consequently
quently consequently look unkempt, hot and u

mid soon will find out that even
their best friends "can't be bo

thered" either.

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In t recent survey conducted by

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States against leading cream and

spray deodorants, 7 out of every

10 people preferred ban (mum

LOTION) as tbe best deodorant.

MUM LOTION (BAN) is availa

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stores and department stores in

the Republic of Panama.

MUM LOTION is the name Kit-

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to their BAN LOTION Deodorant

for all Latin American countries.

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Mskcs Slrcnded :
Sp:rro7s I!:arc!lc ;

OKLAHOMA aTT, Okla J May 9
nipt The tilicht of a dozen or

more sparrows that bate become
neurotic birds in their strange
htbitat on an oil drilling barge
anchored in the Gulf of Mexico
was disclosed today,

The flock tterched on the 190-foot

tower of the barge when it was

towed from a Pascagoula,' Miss.,

shipyard last November, une
snarrows have been trapped on it

since. v

A KDokesman for Kerr McGee

OU Industries. Inc.. said the birds

had lost their chirp. v

"They can't : wt land,:,, me
ennketman said.' "and, they are

disturbed by the noise of the em
fines which rua 24 hours a day.
They don't fly much anymore.
They just hop around on the rigging,-
nervously." r -v

The soarrows are fed scraps

from the oil workers' mess. The

barge probably will remain off the
Louisiana coast for several years.

The spokesman said there was n
plan to trap tin birds and return
them to land, ' ;

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lack notico for inclusion In this

column ..should" be eubmitted in
type-written form and mailed eO
the bos number listed dally In 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
by hand to the of fice. Notices of
: meetings cannot be accented by
telephone. 1 -.. 11
Cristobal Rainbow Meeting 4 r
This Cvonincj

' Cristobal Assembly No, 2, Order

oi the Rainbow for Girls, will have

a formal meeting tonight at 7:00

at tbe Cristobal Masonic Temple.
Miss Terry Louis. Worthy Advi

sor, will preside at the meeting
which will include initiation, fol

lowed by the regular business, in-

ciuaing eiecuon ot otneers lor the
coming term.' All members are
urged to attend this important
meeting. Point slips are also to be

turned in at this meeting.

au Eastern stars and Master
Masons are cordially invited to at

tend. Refreshments will be served

in the bnquet hall following tbe
meeting. .

Cristobal O.I.S. Club Mooting

May 10
The O.E.S. Club of Cristobal will

meet : Thursday' evening,: May 16
at the Cristobal Masonic Temple
at 7:30. p.m. The business meeting
will be followed by a social hour
with Mrs. Gladys Conley and Mrs.

Olga Roe as hostesses for t h e

evening. , w

Mrs. Olga Roe; president. will

preside over the business meeting

ana has urged all Eastern stars

to attend.,
First Mooting 1 i
Scheduled For' -Atlantic
Teenage Club

. The first general meeting1 of the

recently organized Atlantic : Teen-

agevCluh is scheduled to be held

in the Cristobal Legion Hall at

p.m. Saturday..'
The club membership is e o m

prised of Cristobal High School

students and is sponsored by El-

ber S. Waid Post No. 2 of The A-

merican Lesion in Cristobal.

i Eligible teenagers who are inter interested
ested interested in joining are requested to

attend the coming meeting or con

tact either Brian. Cox or Bill Fus-

selman in the Cristobal High

bcnooi., ,

Confirmation
To Be Given
At St. Paul's v
A Confirmation service will be

held at St. Paul's Church next
Sunday night at 7 o'clock when the

ven. wB. Shirley, rector ox the
parish, will present a class V of

candidates to Bishop uiDvt

Gooden, ,
At the 9 o'clock service Sunday,

Episcopal Young Churchmen's
will be observed with the celebra

tion of corporate Communion for

au the young people.

Other' services will be held at
a.m. and at 7:30 a.m., the latter
in Spanish and both for the cele

bration of Holy Communion.

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THURSDAY, MAT t, 1957

Wife, Boss Shocked As Proud .Father:

Tries
To Rob

NW PRESIDENT Brig, Gen. deorge IV Schlatter,; tJSAfV'
' who took the .oath of office a president of the. Canal Zone.
Council f thf Boy Scouts of Amerlca,is JfSfJ?
congratulations -of Mak Gen; Loui jr. H".
council president, who is returning to the trn ted States t or a
4 new assignment. '-Oft- the brief 'Wy;""
during the dinner-meeting of the council at-the Tiyoll Guest
' Hqum .Tuesday, lagle Scout. Robert Arthur (second txtmjmn
" Duhlapj', (right) :was the Hag-bearer for tha installation
-t i i t ) ceremony..' '

Charged With
VIENNA',' Austria, May
, (UP) Istvan Dobi, Chairman
'of communist Hungary's -presidential
council, today charged
Ex-Premier Imre Nagy; national
hero Gen. Pal Maleter and Josef
1 Cardinal Mindszenty with hav-
..nllahrtratprt With tfl "COUtt-
ter-revolutkmary" forces during
last year's Hungarian revolt.
Dobi made his statement ( at
tb opening session of Hungary's
rubber stamp parliament which
convened today for the first time
since Soviet troops crushed, the
an ti'communist revolt last -No
vember. .. V-."'' : &
'?.r'.icr. r,rliamenV.uap-.
proved a i .....uiue ol puppet
premier Junos Kadar's cabinet,
which was broadened by 'nine
close ; associates of. Hungary s
Stalinist leaders Matyas Rakosl,

Ernoe Geroe and pre-revolutiqn-yBudapeat

nr'nrtmler Andras Hegedues.
Dobi said the Nagy govern-
. ment "step by step" prepared a
policy" "hostile to tha soviet Un Union;"
ion;" Union;" planned the restoration of
capitalism and collaborated with
N trie . counter revuiuwuijr
torces In th country.
I jcuso On Rre!
DurnsSix Wcclcs
Dsfcrc Discovery
WESTON ON TRENT, Ent
viav d nrt it took farm
er Vic Evans six weeks to discov
er that his house was on lire.
Evans began to wonder when
he arose on cold and wet morm
tags to find his breakfast room
ia warm as toast.-; v r
He, finally called ia firemen
Yesterday.. They told Evans a
treat oak beam spinning: the
17th century breakfast room had
caught fire irom tne iirepiace
and bad been smoldering for a-
bout six weeu. .
it tooir the flra fichteri two
hours to put the concealed blase
out. Daman was estimated at:
about $1,120.-
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Freighter Loaded r;
With German Cars
To Transit. Canal
A' Daniih (raiehtef esrrVinf a
full cargo of small automobiles
fjym Germany is due to clock, at
Criitobal this afternoon.
The Nordglimt carried about
400 cars from Germtny which
art bouod for San Francisco aad
Vncouver.
Owner Peter Brown of Co pen
hifes hit lessed tbe freighter to
a uerniaa amomooiia company,
According to G. B. rent on and
Company, local agents for the
sVo.
Sbe is expected to leave to as or-
Doctors In India'
Fighting. To Halt
Cholera Epidemic,
CALtTtTTA. India. May ft"?)
P-f Ind.ia Medical Atsodstiea
fciulni aa epidemic of chuieri te te-tij
tij te-tij in aa eHort to keep tt from
TfcU-z a it yttr't petk of one
every 10 minutes.
y.cc.ctl ut horn ii tid M cases
-mrTt reported is the cily Is week.
Y.j fjTa ef th pttiem died.
lv ecrrpired -ua is deaths a-r-.o'i
IT rut i reported the previ-

Bank To Make Ends AAeer

Collaboration
"Counter-revolutionary" Is a
communist term used to describe
the anti-communist Hungarians
who took part ia last years up
1eimn ?-:,.. .... -... -. v., ,. ...i ,t,;,
Dobi said Cardinal Mlndstenty,
who he said regarded himself as
Htinirarv'a suoreme leader. be
came a close friend aad adviser
of Kkav. Dobi claimed he was
present at a meeting during the
night of Nov. at which Nagy
suggested Mindszenty should seek
political, asylum in the United
states leeatioa In Budapest. -
Dobi said General Maleter de
fense minister in Negye revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary government, prepared
the establishment ,oi a military
dictatorship In Hungary under
his leadership. 4vW
He said Maleter also informed
the British military attache 'In
of Soviet troop WW;
ments in Hungary,
' Dobi further claimed that 'so 'socialist'
cialist' 'socialist' leader Anna Keethly,
who is in exile in Western Europe,
told a friend before leaving for
Vienna that the Nag government
was more and more moving to
the- right and that she had lost
"any hope of preserving social
ism in Hungary,?
Observers in Vienna saldDobi's
speech served several purposei:
to prepare trials against Nagy
and Maleter, and to whitewash
.himself. : .'' t : ;
The sources recalled that Do Dobi,
bi, Dobi, in his function as chairman
of the Presidential Council,:: ap appointed
pointed appointed Nacv as Premier and
later confirmed Maleter as Min Minister
ister Minister of Defense. During the ear
ly stage; of the revolution, the
sources said, Dobi denounced the
Rakosl and Geroe regime in pub pub-Uo
Uo pub-Uo meetings and radio address addresses,
es, addresses, siding with tht new regime.
. Eastern experts here said the
nine new ministers ia K&tfax's
cabinet belonged to the top cir circle;
cle; circle; of deposed Stalinist leaders
Rakosl, Oeroe a0 Kegeaues.;
US Flag On;AutaV
Draws Bcost Ho9tS;
In Algiers Parade"
i
ALGIERS, Algeria, Kay I (UP)
'A U. S. Consulate automobile
flying the American flag on a fend fender
er fender drew a storn of boos, hoots and
derogatory whittles from crowds
during a rainy VE day psrlde here
todiy.
Many Frenchmen u Algeria fre fre-ouently
ouently fre-ouently have accused the United
States of svmDithiiinf with the- Al-
fcrian nstlocalist rebels. .

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HUNTERSVILtE. N.C., May 9
(UP)Prlde in his son's selection to
attend the U.S. -JIaval Academy
va not enoueh to sustain J. X.
Waters toaay w ms siruggn i
make ends meet, for a family of
seven on a fireman's pay. e
tried to rob a bank and bptchep
tr.e job.
Waters'. v 3. a 470-a-week Gas-
toaia fireman and Marine .veteran.
Inst ; hi nerva- When a P1UCK
hank teller refused to give him
money at th pomt pi a. gun
a ift-vr.old srOcery clerk jot
ted down the ncense numDer ana
tcleohoned OOUCC. uuicers ware
waitine- for Waters when ne re
turned to jus smau nome, ia nar-
w fiantonia. .
Wsters ,tonfesed ih j abortive
robbery, Immeoisteiy .lano soopea
'I was just craiy . i wai, juai
erasy .worried about money.
."i had htiAii un acainst it. he
said, ,"! was bahiad in my house
psymenti.",. ". ."'''V
waters wai worried mvai iww
nhat his, son, Joa B. waters,
M.-..HJH think af him. He said Joe
had been relessed from the Air
Force to take tne entrance
BHtions -at the U.S. jsavai acbo-
emy and only .yeiteraay uuormea
him he had passed. ; r
Waters' wue, rescnea n wis w
tile mill where she earns SU a
day as a ysrn wiaaer, tnougai
lice were Joking when thejf tow
hM that her husband had triea to
rcb the bank. She said she knew
ha -v was behuid in tne car
payments but not the house, notes.
waters toia pouce ne hw
nlannin tn rnh the OZ1S -TOOm
brmch oi the Bink oi Cornelius
nere mr.5 two weea.w v ... vw.
,Fittk, C? tBarnett vaisWanl
ciihier and manager1 of the Hunt-
eriviUe branch, said "the fellow
came in here and drew a pistol,
lie, aaid 'Give .me : your money. I
tpid him didn't nave any money.
"He said sou oon waw roe yv
shoot ou 4a you?'? and I own t
Mir that About that time an
other person came m tbe door and
he got sesrea ano rn uu. tm
didn't stay but a minute and a
half and it was all oyer."
The grocery clerk, Wayne Bow
man, jaw. the man run noro me
bank and wrote down the license
mimher Alan Aanderson. a pass-
..... --, .. .c tr ah
erby, i said ne cnasea vne oanmii
dawn the sldewslk and threw a l
rccK at me car a iuid vh.
M.f P, Chiles, special agent m
charge of the Charlotte FBI of
fice, said Waters wH arrignea
Urn afternoon oeiore a u-o. vpm vpm-inner
inner vpm-inner in Charlotte . and
charged with violation of federal
bank statues. .
Gastonia Tire Chief John Farris
said he was "sick'Vat the newa of
Waters' arrest. -,
Wateri was one of his best men,
he said, but "the boy is desper.
alely ia debt." Farris said Waters'
wife worked in a textile mill and
that Waters sold, magasine sub sub-icriotions
icriotions sub-icriotions in his spare 'time to
'h out." t t
i Waters was extremely preu af
his family, especially .of hii sen,
Joe,' Ferris said.. f
? "He was tickled Jo desth about
lus boy,", he ssid.
- "His great desire was to get his
home paid : for and move s down
toward the coast when- he could
retire. He said the salt air would
be good for-his- wife.
He said Waters bought g home
"in the M.oOO or 110,000 class"
soon after he was- married and
had built additions to it himself
as bis family increased. -
He was the best worker yon
ever ssw,' .farris said. "He was
a good conscientious boy who Just
couldn't do enough around the
xtatioa. That's what Jolted us so
bad."
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J. RUZ ALVAREZ
T. O. n 112, Panama

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Social "ana
Retirement Firty
Slated Far Orr (
Arrangements' are being made
fcr a retirement party honoring
Mr., and Mrs. George Carter Orr
who are leaving soon to m a k e
their home in Petersburg. Fla.! The
party will be given at the :: Gam Gambol
bol Gambol Golf Club the evening of May
: Tickets, wmcn win mciuae cock cock-teils
teils cock-teils and a. -teak dinner, .- are a-
Si:!::rno Signs Lav
M:ijnd:nssb
Dsmocrccy'
JAKARTA." In.ones-a',. May
9 (UP) President Sukarno has
signed an emergency law, abolish abolishing
ing abolishing Western-style government for
Indonesia and replacing it, with
his "guided democracy" concept
similar to the regimes of Russia
and Red China, it was announced
tonight, k
Revolutionary : councils ,contr6l ,contr6l-ling
ling ,contr6l-ling most of Indonesia were ex
pected to reject the new Sukarno
regime r -Justice
Minister Gustsaf A.
Maengkom published the text of
a decree signed by Sukarno Mon Monday
day Monday -authurixing the creation of. a
"National jCouncU"; which will
"advise the cabinet from above.".
The President-, will head j the
council and appoint its other
membem"x-;.r.
A cabinet communique said the
eouncil,"will give advice on ma major
jor major state and community problems
of a truly important complex
character." It did not -say .what
action would be taken if the cabi-
net and Parliament chose to ig
nore the council's aavice.
Sukarno is currently governing
inaonesia oy vecrec, wnnoui con
sulting Parliament,;
under the pro-
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side today. During the day they
were taken on a shopping tour by
members of the Cristobal Chapter
3878 and were guests of honor at
a luncheon held at the Hotel
Washington. During the afternoon
they were taken to the G a t u n
Locks Control Tower. 1 y
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tonight at 7 o'clock at the; Post
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in Cristobal to i which all ; oost
members,, their wives s and hus
bands were invited. ?, ,!
visions of the "state of war and
siege'': proclaimed here as a re result
sult result of -the rising tide of rebellion.
The army rebels who control
a'most all of Indonesia except for
the ''home island of Java nave
opposed "the President's plans for
"f uided democracy", from the mo moment
ment moment they were announced.
' Sukarno first mentioned his plan
after his return from, a visit to
Moscow last year. He has been
campaigning actively for the new
system since Feb, 21. i
In a recent speech, he said the'
achievements of the "guided peo peoples'?
ples'? peoples'? of Russia and Red China
ofer a sample of what his system
cn do for Indonesia

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HOLLYWOOD, May 9 (UP)
Onnnsr-artnr Frank Sinatra ves-

Stitordav sued Cowles X Magazines,

fnc, and writer Bill Davidson for
J2.300.000 ; libel damages ; for a
story titled "Talent, Tantrums
and Torment'' in the current issue
of Look magazine. . . .1 U
Sinatra in; the action filed in
Federal Court bv the legal firm
of Gang, Kopp and .Tyre charged
the i story ? about f him .contain
innuendoes and reference!, of the
type found In scandal magazines
ana he declared the article -first
of a series, was "Lewd, lascivious
and :. scurrilous."', 'H-,,-...;i:i -ifi-$
The spindly singer said one part
of the article quoted him as tening
Speaker of the. House Sam Ray-
bum at last year's Democratic
National Conyentiod, "Take the
hand off the suit; creep," when
Rayburn allegedly asked him to
sing J'The Yellow Rose of Texas'?.
Attached to the suit was a copy
of a telegram from Speaker Ray-
purn wmcn said;
"My attention has been called
to the article entitled, 'Talent,
Tantrums and Torment which ap
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of magazine. With reference
to the paragraph on page 42 re
lating to the meeting of Frank
Sinatra and me on the day he
sang 'The Star Spangled Banner'
at the Democratic convention, no
such meeting as described ever
occurred and Sinatra never gave
any such expresion in my pres presence.
ence. presence. I doubt if anybody would
asK me to take my
them,",
Sinatra added. "It's inconceiv
able that anyone would not recog
nize,Mr: Rayurn, Speaker of the
House."
. Sinatra declared he 1 had never
met- Davidson and never spoken
to him.' The 'singer ssid he be believed
lieved believed the series was maliciously
prompted because in 1955 he
agreed to write his autobiography
for fhd Magazine but after doing
' 0.000 words he never completed
it.

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The singer filed the

suit while
working at Columbia Studios in
Tai. Joey" with Kita Haywortn
and Kim Novak.
He declared it was the first
time he had ever felt prompted to
bring a, libel action because of
something written about Jiim. al
though he had been the subject of
numerous magazine articles.
llegro Girl Removed
From Lead In Opera
Planned By Texas U
AUSTIN, May 9 (UP) The Uni University
versity University of Texas removed a Negro
g:rl from the lead in a student o-
Pra opposite a; white male stu-
dent and replaced her with a white
gut because of protests by a pro pro-segregation
segregation pro-segregation legislator.
The legislator, Rep. Joe Chap Chapman
man Chapman of Sulphur Springs, Tex., is
co-author with State Rep. Jerry
Sadler of Percilla, Tex., of eight
segregation.' bills, now, before, the
Legislature.-"'
Chapman called University Pres President
ident President Logan-Wilson several weeks
a?o when he learned a Negro stu student,
dent, student, Barbara Smith, 19, of Pitt Pittsburgh,,
sburgh,, Pittsburgh,, Tex. i had the lead oppo opposite
site opposite a white male student in the 0
vera "Dido and Aeneas." The 0 0-pera
pera 0-pera 'is scheduled .this "weekend
Chapman told newsmen that a
small group of "starry eyed, be-
fiiriHlAl lihoralc1' nttra in hlamf.

hands offiffti.th WiaMit,

A university spokesman said the
administration policy is "no com comment
ment comment because the situation was
IfS0lved several weeks ago."
Chaoman denied a report that
he had threatened the university's
appropiations if the, girl wasn't
removed from the cast.
Chapman said, "The Negro girl
deserves a lot of credit herself
ebcause she was never complained
Its's
certainly -not her fault. She
steoned out gracefully, I
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Britain Of Fu:ror
Remembers Rccf::!x
; London, May 9 (UP) a bo
viet marshal today reminded Brit Britons
ons Britons of the German V2 rocket at at-tacks
tacks at-tacks on Loncon in -World War II
and warned that "guided missiles
of the future would be even more
destructive.-1 ?V"s'! ? '"vr?
Marshal Alexander'." .Vasilevsky,
Soviet deputy minister of defense,
coupled his, warning with' an ap appeal
peal appeal for the British and Soviet
people to unite, "in the : struggle
for peace,". . . t
Tn a victory day message in tha
"Soviet Weekly,'.'; published here
Vasilevsky wrote: t
'London and other British towns
were the first to experience tha
barbarous attacks of V2 rocket
missiles. The rocket weapon of the
future will be still more destruc
tive. We must do everything to
prevent it from ever being used
anywhere.
Vasilevsky a i d aagraive
forces-were frying create the
same conditions that led te the
second world war J t r ..
' "Once more hatred I betweesi
Deonles is being fanned, kn arm a
ment race is proceeding and ag aggressive
gressive aggressive German niilitarism is he hemp
mp hemp revived," he asserted.
"This -is a dangerous road, the
toad- of preparation., fpr a third
world war which, owing to the ap appearance
pearance appearance of nuclear weapons of
mass .; annihilation, will be im immeasurably
measurably immeasurably more destructive; thf
Soviet marshal said..-
Vasilevsky added that "we pro professional
fessional professional soldiers understand very
Well the colossal destruction and :
ruin that a future war will bring
ir it is -umeasnea oy ; aggressive)
forces." ;
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iVlay Yet Give Redlegs
1st Pennant Since 40

? By FRED DOWN
x i NEW YORK, May 9 (UP) Don.Hoak and Warren
rjacker provide iron-clad evidence today that general
'manager Gabe Paul has scored another trade coup in
his efforts to bring the Cincinnati Redlegs their first pen pen-narft
narft pen-narft 'since 1940.

Cubs4NovM3 for pitcher Elmer)

Singleton ana lniieiaer Kay ja- Dy rooKie uon uaraweu. uara-
blonski, Hoals and Hacker were, well, who won his second game,
key figures as the Redlegs ran,made Danny O'Connell his ninth
their winning streak to nine strikeout victim to end the game
gantei last night with a 7,-6 vic- after doubles by Johnny Logan1
uor over the Brooklyn Dodgers1 and Bill Bruton produced the
Hoik' blasted a grand siaia1 Braves' run in the ninth. Bob

bonier in the eighth inning to
give"' the Redlegs their winning
margin wnne nacKer gaineu uu
third win of the year the same
numoer he scored all last year
tor the Cubs
This victory completed a Cin
clnnati sweep ot nine straight
- games in the East believed to
bS'Jhe' first time the feat has
been accomplished since the
nennant-winning Redlegs of 1940
turned the trick. In addition, theH
triumph moved the Redlegs to
wSthin a half game of the f irst irst-Dlacft.
Dlacft. irst-Dlacft. Milwaukee Braves, who
suffered a 2-1 loss to the phlla
oelphia Pnlllies.

' 'iM Chicago Cubs walloped the, vying him with Georgevfiisier lor
PUourgh. Pirates, 7-1, and the 20th place in the ail-time hit
Bciouii Cardinals routed the 'parade.
"New York Giants, 13-4, in otner Gene Woodling and Vic Wertz

Nl: eames. In the American
I League, the Cleveland Indians
' beat the New York Yankees, 10 10-A(
A( 10-A( the Boston Red Sok downed
tie -Chicago White Sox, 4-1, the
xjecroit Tigers mauled the Wasn Wasn-Ifteton
Ifteton Wasn-Ifteton Senators. 11-3. and the
BaiUmore Orioles wmpped tne
ansas City Athletics, 11-2.
Hoak. a .215-hitter last season
hen he went O-for-12 agamsc
o-for-12 agams
Don NewcomDe, connected ior
Ms grand warn off the big right right-hanuer
hanuer right-hanuer to Snap a 3-3 tie and ne negate
gate negate Gil Hodges' three-run hom homer
er homer in the bottom of the eighth.
Hoaic who also had a single, in increased
creased increased hu league-leading aver average
age average to .415 and also leaus the
circuit with 21 runs batved in.
; Substitute lint -base man
Ceorr Crowe, also acquired in
jbue f .Paul's 4mdes in UjtfS,
Recounted for Cincinnati's iirst
three runs with a pair of
Jipmers., iCIrewe, filling in for
in injsred Ted Kloscewski now.
fas hi f live homers. Jlershell
reeman finished up for. Hack-
jrr .-.if
a Me 9 straight wins on the road
of extra significance for tne
Redlegs -because they had only
4 40-37 road record last ..season
qomparea to a mars at
hpme where they open
a 16-
game stand next weeK.
4 The Phillies handed the Braves
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'HARD WAY Darlene Hard failed to repeat her 1956 singles.
victory In the Sutton Hard Court Championships in England,
,'bnt the Long Beach lass went to the final match, play tennis
and travel first class. Miss Hard relaxes with a cooling drink.

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hind a seven-hit Pitching effort

Bowman's sacrifice fly drove in
Philadelphia's
winning run in
me sixtn.
Dick Drott, 20-year-old rookie,
pitched a six-hitter as the Cubs
won their third straight game
and dealt the Pirates their fourth
loss in succession. The Cubs
pounded four pitchers for 13 hits,
including two each by Casey
Wise, Ernie Banks, Dale Long,
Walt Moryn and Jim Bolger.
Hal Smith knocked in ix runs
and Stan Musial collected three
hits in the Cardinals' 19-hit as assault
sault assault on Johnny Antonelli and
' four successors. Musial's hits
raised nis career toiai 10 z.uia
blasted tnree-ruii homers and
rookie Roger Maris nit a two two-run
run two-run rouno-tripper as tne Indians
routed Art Diunar and made it
two straight over the YanKees.
Early Wynn, aided by relief ar
tist Ray Narleski, gained nis
tllrd victorv descite Mickey Man-j
ie.s f0urth homer of the season!
whlch aCCOunted for. all New
vt
York's runs.
Ted Williams slammed out
three homers to raise his av average
erage average to .474 and account for
all the Red Sox' runs. Ted hom homered
ered homered off Bob Keegan in the
first and third innings and
then walloped a two-run blast
in the eighth to seal the White
? Sox' fifth straight loss. Frank
Sullivan pitched a four-hitter
. lor nis ccona-rwtiin n
Charley Maxwell drove in three
runs and Ai Kaline and Ray
Boone two each tc help the Ti-9
gers extend the senators' losing
streak to 10 games., uuxe Maas
received credit" for his fourth
win although Jim Bunnine fin-
isned up witn iour niuess liynngs
0f relief.
Billy Loes pitched an eight-;
ihlttej and Billy Gardner and Gus
xriandos homered for the on-
oies, wno stopped me Aimeuca

longest winning streak in two,Sllp today in his determined bid
years at four straight. The vic-l0 return to the New York Yan

tory squari
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ed Loes' record at 2-2.

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Victor Mature in
SHARKJ1GHTERS
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John Pa me In
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Major League
Leaders
, J LEADING BATTERS '
(Based on 50 Official at Bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and club rab h Pet

Hoak, Cincinnati 20 65 12 27 .415
Musial, St. Louis la 77 11 31 .403
Aaron, MiL 19 86 20 32 .372
Dark, St. Louis 17 75 15 27 .3t0
Robinson, Cincl. 18 78 16 28 .359
Foiles, Pitts.
19 54 7 19
Crowe, Cincl.
14 50 11 17 .340
20 68 12 23 .338
22 95 14 32 .337
Bowman, phila.
S'dienst, N.Y.
Groat, pitts.
20.79 13 26 '.329
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Wams Boston 16 57 17- 27 .474
19 50 f 9 19 .380
or"" T,
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21 80 15 29 .363
20 67 7 24 J58
18 67 13 23 .343
18 63 9 21 .333
23 87 14 28 .322
19 60 14 19 .317
15 60 7 19 .317
?5,?c"'
Ke)1- Baltimore 16 6Q 5' 19
.317
HOME RUNS; '
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron,. Braves
Adcock, Braves ....;.Mi.6.
Sauer, Giants 6
Moon, Cards .t.. 5
Crowe, Redlegs .'.,. ,.4. 5
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Williams. Red Sox 9
Skizas. Athletics ,t.k.., 5
Simpson, Athletics ; 5
Sievers, senators .... ..i;. 5-
(Six tied with 4 each)
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Hoak, Redlegs 21
Furillo, Dodgers 19
Sauer, Giants 19
Aaron, Braves 17
Ennls, Cards 17
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sievers, Senators ........ 21
Simpson, Athletics 20
Williams, Red Sox 16
Lollar, white Sox 15
Maris, Indians 15
PITCHING
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Trucks, Athletics ... 4
Narleski. Indians ... 3
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Jim Coales Pilches
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NEW YORK, May 9 (UP) LanJ
iky jim oates took another giant
kees.
Hie six-foot, four-inch, 190-pound
er, who got a "sniff" of big league
nail wnea he appeared in "two
games for the Yankees in 1956,
mciied tne Kichmono Virginians
lo a 6-4 triumph over the Toronto
iviap.e Leafs last night, enabling
the Vees to seize second place in
uie liiie.nauonai League.
- Coales kept the offense minded
Lea uj.cawCK over tne ursi eignt
innings but needed relief from Jim
Posts and Sonny Dixon in the ninth
before be could clam his fourth
straignt victory.
The Miami Marlins rolled to
their fittn straight win, outslug-
ging Rochester, 8-7; Havana, on
tsu Moreojon's eignth-uuung non
ai H nivn as R.tff oln K-A lull f K
Ouumbus Jeis clobbered the
slumping Montreal Royals, 9-5.
Tiie unescores:
Fichmond 222-000-000 6112
Toronto 002-000-011-4 72
Coates, Post (9), Dixon (9) and!
Watlingion: Hobinson, Jordan U)
T;lfenuer (8) and St.Claire. WP WP-t'oates.
t'oates. WP-t'oates. LP-Hobinson. HRS-CarrolI.
Morten.
Columbus 010-005-3009-141
Montreal 001-100-0305 73
Burtscny, Donoso ( and Peter Peterson;
son; Peterson; Harris, WiU (6),- Daviault
(8), Faust (9) and Roseboro. WP-
BixUcby, LP-Hama HRS-Parru
2,-Tootnman r
Viami 2MXXM02 8-13-0
Kucnester 000-150-010 7-110
Bunker, Anderson (5). SemptocbJ
(9) and sucba, McuuuougA (5);
MtrkelL RkketU (2), G reason (8
and Soantt. WP-Anderson. WP
Ores son. HRS-MicelotU, Green.
Havana
100-120-0105-10-4
Buffalo
020410-010 44
. Amir, Hattea (S) and Itquier-
tH: Santiago, Nagy (9) and Noble.
WP-Amor. LP Santiago. H R S-
SculL Bases, Uanjoa.
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Marie GABARDON
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And Two Pictures?

Big League Piicn

Score Accident Gould

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SMOOSH!. Leo Nomellini grits his teeth as Ben Sharpe's.
No. 14 mashes hi nose during a wrestling match' at Winter ? ?-,
, ?-, land Arena in San Francisco. The, 49er-professional football -J
Jackie applies hammers ; and locks, during the' off-season. ? '-

HOOFBEATS
By Conrqdo Sergeant,

-presWent Remon trackman
ager Pablo A. Thayer, members
of the Panama Gambling Con Control.
trol. Control. Board, representatives of
the Horse Owners Association
and raclnar secretary Petronilo
Alonso reportedly will get to-
o-otyinr soon hi flllW UD a muic
up-to-date set of facing' -regulat.
tions.
it. hut lnnsr been voiced in
Isthmian jacing circles that thej
present set of rules-are aosoiew..
The track manager, living up
to his promise to ''leave no atone
unturned" to improve every
phase of local horse racing, plans
tn nnntract. & nhilean blacksmith
instructor to teach uiteresteu
persons the trade.:
nor
TEXAS LEAGUE
THE STANDINGS
Team
L
13 e
13 8
13 9
11 10
7 10
Pet.
Dallas .. ..
San Antonio ..
.684
.619
.591
.524
.412
.409
.389
.364
Houston ... ... ..
Oklahoma City .. ?.
i uisa
Fort Worth ...
Shreveport .
Austin ..
8 14
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Results and the league stand
ings follow;.-.,., : y v-;,:
San Francisco 4. Vancouve'r 1
San Diego 4, Seattle 2
Los Angeles at Portland, (rain)
Teams xif.-
W L
17 8
16 10
16 12
r16 12
Pet.'
Los Angeles .. ..
.680
J)1S
Hollywood .. ..
77i
San Francisco
Seattle .. .. .. ..
Vancouver ....
San Diego 4 ..
13 it
ii ii enni
7 19 69'
Sacramento
Portland a ;'
io ona'
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ASSOCIATION
Results and standings follow:
Indianapolis 6, Louisville 1
St. Paul 12, Denver z ;
Wichita 3, Charleston' 2
Omaha Minneapolis 2
Teams
PcJ
Wichita
.700
.638
St. Paul k
Minneapolis
Denver .. ..
Omaha .. ..
Indianapolis ......
Charleston ..
Louisville' .
.478
.417
.158
INTERNATIONAL
LEA
GUE
. -
Results and stindlngs follow:
Columbus 9, Montreal 5-.- ;.
Richmond Toronto 4.
Miami Rochester 7 v. 1
HsvanafS, Buffalo 4 ,
Teams "?
Miami
L
9
9
Pet
f.700
Richmond .
13
11
Ail
- If ft
.Toronto
Buffalo ..
Rochester ..
Montreal M .
Columbus t ..
Havana
10
9
10 11
s ia
7 la
Tia
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TENSION IN-THE
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Leagues

11 12
11 12
10 14
S 16

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.! There have been many com complaints
plaints complaints by horse owners re recently
cently recently boat the work being
done by the few blacksmiths
: and farriers who work out at
the President Remon track.
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The group, of Argentine thor thoroughbreds
oughbreds thoroughbreds recently brought here1
by- Jose Antonio Pausa and, Er
nesto ,Paris have almost been
completely sold.' t
The; names of some ,of the
horses and their new owners are;
Ei Agheiia -bought by Isaac Gus Gus-tlnes,.
tlnes,. Gus-tlnes,. HostlgadOr by the St. Ma
ry Stable, Ad versario by Prudent
cio rmuio, uagon oy tne stud
Chlrloui. Cohiato by the stud
roaer, ricarero. oy me stud La
streua and. the Stud Buena Ft
acquired Luisito and Coimado.
Several. of the aroun of Areen
tine horses imported last week

by Roberto Motta will be put on'?

sale aoon.'They are "Slngfui. Ele-
gioo, MiKe. ciarucna, chuipa,
and Best. Motta will -t race- Ml
Chungo under his own colors.
K-fpi ii 0U0-7:fer : .. .:".k;
: ,","lv' 1 ki t. Hi. j ', ....
Unconfirmed reports also in indicate
dicate indicate that Bonifacio .'(Johnny
Bony) Hernandea will soon be become
come become a horse owner. Hernandez
expects- Plcaporte to arrive here
from Peru within a. few weeks.
'One-time Juaa France Class
A performer Anglia is nw a
brood mare at the Haraa. San
Jose la ChirlqaL Anglia's first
offspring, a filly by Count Cur?
ley, will soon be brought to the
.racetrack..;.' --.''v r.-.;vVi-:.
-Word from Chlrioui Indicates
that Anglia also gave birth te
another Count Curley foal re-;
cently.
"
i Bunday's feature race wil! be a
niuHuwD uia ae iu juuerme-
r" .; : : ;
iraca oiuciais are expected to
! .M.t.1 f
"fr v M B)JmMi IU IV.
Memorial Day (Thursday, May
so), two main events .would
headline the extraordinary: card.
V i .i .ii .
Fight Results
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SCKANTON. Pa., Charlie Nor-
hftth, J4. ;4.
MtAMf BEACH,' Fls; -i- Carlos
Ortiz, 138 1-2, New York, outpoint
d Ike Vaughn, 136 1-2,., Cincinnati
"RICHMOND, Calif. LuXe East Easter.
er. Easter. '134,- Saaa Francisco, knocked
owt Memo Baltazares, i33,. Mexico
RICHMOND; Calif. Johnny Or
tega. UT. Almaed.r Califs eat
pointed Alex .Meiia, ; 118.V Mexico
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NEW YORK.'' May' 9 CUP)
There could; Easily be a tepeti-
tion of the Herb Score accident,
big league pitchers agreed today,
Decause tney an are sitting
ducks" any time a liner comes
whistling back through the box
' -"There's, simply no defense,"
said Johnny Antonelli of the Gi Giants.
ants. Giants. . V f IV .,
"I wish I had a buck," com
mented Murry Dickson of the
Cardinals, "lor every hall that
whined by my head and 1 nev never
er never saw.? v 4,'j ,,,
'And Hersh Freeman, of the
Redlegs declared, ''All you can
do is pray you, get your glove
up in time.".
The injury Score t suffered
when he was felled by a liner off
Gil McDougald's bat in a game
between the Indians and Yan
kees Tuesday-night naturally is
a big topic of conversation,' even
over in tne national League.
.score's misnanmade a narti
cularly deep impression with Car-
ou iraiwimi uuw jouuujt OifJ
baugh, fa rookie Redblrd hurler,
lost an eye when hit by a line
drive during spring training In
1952. ; ; 7.
- "The worst thing about those
linen through the box is that
you never have, a real chance
to get ready," said Sam Jones.
"I've been hit on the side" of
the head in the Negro Jesgues
but never up here.'' ,,..'.
, jones knockea on wood in a
hurry; though. :
"That Wes Covington hit me
a shot on the ankle last season
that I won't forget In a hurry,"
he added. "The ankle swelled up
ime a watermelon." ''v-?...
Softball Game
Rained Oiit;
Play Tonight
' A light shower that fell on
the Atlantic side betweea 1 and
7 :30 last night "was sufficient
lto Scare the sponsors of the,
J scheduled i anfthall ram. : he.
wJtne vtoiting Jamaican
cal Malta, Vigor outfit to post,1
pone the contest. y .,...', J,'.. v.&; :tv
The, same two teams are a a-galn
galn a-galn scheduled to meet at the
Mount Hope Stadium '. under
.the lights at 7:30 tonight. ,,
' This will be the third game
for the, Jamaican girls. They
- dropped; their first two con contests
tests contests to Deportivo Giscombe 9-
S and 10-3.
Arrangement are' b 1 ng
made for the visitors to play
on the Pacifie side of the
Isthmus, over the weekend.
AlongThe Fqirways
ART PEREZ WTNS RODMAN
CLUB. CHAMPIONSHIP i
On Saturday May 4, the finals
of the club's championship were
held at the Rodman nnif rinh
i-Sgt. Art Perez, long hitting1
lor nis imai round adversary.
Dan Robertson, it) the 36 hole flJ
nai. n
1 T V 1. I Ai .f.
U1B BUiCI XUlWfl DCI1US Ut"'
I vlsr popular Kobbe distaffer,
emerged -victorious over Martha
Bruster In their 18 hole final.
Patsey Ryan was ladies' medal
1st and emerged victor In the
consolation bracket.
This year's club championship
proved a huge success with 90
of the member&hlD participating.
A trophy presentation buffet was!
held at the club with free re refreshment
freshment refreshment donated by Cerveceria
Nacionai.' captain o. A. Sharp,
commanding officer -of Rodman
Naval Station, was on hand to
personally present trophies to
the winner and runner-up in
eacn iugnt. a --
Resulu of all final match
follow: y V
i MEN
'I;
' Championship Perez
Robertson 7 and 5.
over
' Consolation. Bracket McClaln
over Bridges S and 1.
1st Flight Hayes over G. N.
Carroll 4 and a. .
Consolation Bracket t Bash-)
am over W. H. Griffith I and 2.
LADIES
' .Champloashin Daris
over
Bruster 5 and 4.
Consolation Bracket Ryan
over Browa 4 and 3.
Today incanto t .J5
i WAHOO! I115.M
- William Holden in v
"LOVE IS A MANY
SPLENDORED THING"
' Richard WWmark in
"HELL AND HIGH WATER
Today IDEAL J20 -,
' -- Red Ekelton In
"HALF A HERO".
, Deboralv Kerr In
"Slag Selemona Mine'
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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

yt 71 s

NATION AT. IV. A nrrv
Teams . w 1. vt
luMwau&ee .13
.684
.650
Cincinnati .13
Brooklyn h 12
.632
.556
.526
.381
.350
.250
1
et. Louis
2
Philadelphia
a
6
.1
New York
Chicago v r
oy2
rittspurgti
8&
TODAY'S GAMES
- Open Date f
, YESTERDAY'S RESULTS'
v .i (Night Game)
Cincinnati O20O10 04(W-7 II
Brooklyn 001 000 2306 11
wacjter (3-1),, Freeman and
oauey.
- Newcnmh .01 nr.it..'
, v
- ; MllwaUKee 000 000 001 1 : 7 1
PhUadelphia 000 Oil OOx 2 ft j
r i I i , ,v
Conley (0-1); Murff and Oran Oran-dall.
dall. Oran-dall. ... r
CardweU (-0) and Lopata. n
' (Night Game)
Chicago 031020 0017 13 0
Pittsburgh 100 000 0001 6 3
Drott (2-3) and- Neeman.,
m Law a-(ll), Purkey, Pepper,
Arroyo and Foiles, Kra vltz. v A
St. Louis ?.000 240 241C1J 19 i
New York. 300 010 000 4 8 1
' Chenev. Mizell. AnhmiHh ti.tv
Mackson and H. Smith.
AntoneUi (2-4), Rldzik, Margo Margo-"e
"e Margo-"e Jones, McCormack, and
Katt. j
Basketball Meeting
Scheduled Tonight
AI Margarita Gym :
",V'By: TREVOR SIMONS '
Last Monday nhrht 1 Atlant.li
Basketball Olflclala met at the
jviargama gym- to discuss the
type or league that will be or organized
ganized organized at Manrarita this vear.
Due to. the fact that no service
teams; will be represented this
year, it ,was;;depided that,, this
year, "the league wm organize as
jvaargartia community League
instead of the regular Atlantic
BasxeiDau League.
indications are that four
teams will' participate in. the
league. They are, Powells who
will be sponsoring the CJJ.S.
team, Louis Hoorer'i team, so far
wimout a sponsor, tne Appren Apprentices
tices Apprentices (working- boys) and a team
to be entered by Kaizer Bazan.
All of the last three mentioned
teams are so far without spon
sors, but expect to be sponsored
pei ore tne season opens. . .
Irt "order to nrovlde an even
balance of power for : a good
league, It may be necessary for
league officials to ask team man managers
agers managers to allow their players to be
evenly divided onto' the four
teams. With this end in mind, all
representatives present at to-
night's meetinff are asked to
players they Intend to use on
their team; ..."'..-
' All players are urged to attend
tne meeting, as wen as manag managers,
ers, managers, fans and others that are In Interested
terested Interested In the success of the
1957 Margarita Community Bas Basketball
ketball Basketball League. The meeting
time' has been set at 7 p.m. at
tne Margarita uymnasiunu.
X-Ray ; Examlnafion
Of Score Postponed
Tor A Day Or Two'
By JOX DURBIN -CLEVELAND.
Mav S (UP)
X-ray examination of Indians
pitcher Herb Score's right eye
will be DOstDonedTor a day or
two," according to the team phy physician
sician physician and eye specialist.
Dr. Don Kelly of the team and
Dr. Charles L Thomas, the eye
specialist. said -this decision;
should not be interpreted either
optimistically or pessimistically
"Herb Score's condition Is
slightly Improved," the twophy-j
slcians said. "At this time there
appears to be no other comnli-'
cations. The hemorrhage in the
right eyeball la being absorbed
as expected."-. I
Aside from the mystery of
what actual damage had done
Inside the right eyeball of the
flashy southpaw, there are oth other
er other anestlona vet nnanrwered. I
! A broken nose has produced
serious sweDine of the rlrhtslde
of the face. This ewellint ac according
cording according to the doctors, makes It
impossible to determine the ex extent
tent extent of the Injury to Score's
cheekbone and the upper edge
of the eye socket.
However, the swelling has been
reduced.
"In general Score looks better
to?v." the physicians fepUed. j
"We believe It would be in the
bwt Interest of Sore not to h ve
any vMtort at this time." the
medical bulletin said.

.10 8
; ,10' 9

8 13
k 1 13

t t 5 15

AMERICAN LEA Glut

Teams
W
Pet.
832
.611
,600
.556
.524'
New York
Chicago 4
Boston .
Cleveland
Kansas City
Detroit ,
Baltimore
Washington
. .12
4 .11
. .12
. .10
.11 10
.11 10
.524
a
4.
, 8 11 ,.421
18 180
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Chicatro
t
Washington at Detroit
Only games scheduled, "V'

G3

, YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
- - (Night Game)
Cleveland 000 323 02x ID is ? 1
New York 4)03 000 001 4 11 a
I Ditmar, Byrne (11), Grim, ci ci-otte
otte ci-otte and Berra.
Wynn ( 3-2 ) Narleski. and He He-gan.
gan. He-gan. ,jJ!',v .Vi'.i ) t.;,. ...... -.
, i i ; S -y, ,s xv-i
NlghtGame,
Baltimore 210 020 420 ll'lS
K. City 000 100 001 .2 8 4
" Loes (2-2) and Trlandos;
Kellner (0-2), McDermott,
Gorman and Smith.

Boston 101000 0204 10
Chicago 000 000 0011 4 a
,"j Sullivan (2-2) -and White. ''
JCeegan (0-1),' Fischer, Kinder
ancLLollar,;
Detroit -' 000 242 1 2r -LI t'lt'a

Wash.- 001020 000 a in t :

Kemmerer fn-2) rvi). ,.

dowskl, Shifflett and Berberet.
Maas : (4-1). Running mr.A
House. ' 7 ?
Ousted Dresscn
7aiches Seiisicrs
f t f -.!. ... ....
From Press Cox

, DETROIT (UP) Chsrley" Dres. i
sen snowed no bitterness as he
watched his former lieutenant,
Cookie I Lavagetto, run' his ball
club the Washington Senators. 1
Cookie didn't have any better luck
than Dressen and the-Nats lost,
513 to the Detroit Tigers Tuesdays
; $ ;er-lerit r
"It Sure looks different frnm nn ..

here," Dressen ssid- aa he viewed

csnggs Madium from i the third
deck press box." r ; t " v,
Dressen talked auietlv hut show.

ed a trace of mist in his even. Hl
face is ruddy from years of stand-

ing on augout steps usually i.
watching a more Dotent hall eluh

thsn the punchless Senators. ;

"I still don't know whether I'll

take the front office job," Dressen
said only a few hours after Presi-.
dent Calvin Griffith had fired him -in
manager ia an attempt to
shake the. club out, of its eight-,-:
gsme losing streak.

:-- "r.-..r-.t, i v-
"l thought we'd win more ball -games
this ye," Charley said. '.
But it wasn't the chipper Charley
who. watched his Brooklyn Dodg-".
era tie for the National League
pennant in 1952, and win it out-
right la 1953 and 1954.' '-- f ,
- u : ;' -'
Dressen jot into the m" a J e f
It ague managerial ranks with the H
Cincinnati Reds in-1934.-He took ;
the last place Reds up to 'fifth
olace when he was relieved after
the 1937 season. Two years. later, ?

the team Chuck built won the first

of its two straight pennants.. Then ..'
he went to the. Dodgers, Lavaget-'
to's team, as a coacb-i t v ; v

Dressen went to tne Yankees as 1

a coacn for uuexy uarns m imt
and 1948. Then he went to Oak-
land of the Pacifie CoastLeagna
and won a pennant with the Oaks
in 1950 before returning as Dodger,'!
iranager, v. :, ;,
Chuck was replaced at Brooklya-
br Walt Alston when he held out;
fur a two-year contract He went
bat; to the Oaks and won the 1954
playoffs before taking the Job with -the
Senators. : ; ;
Showing at. Your Service
Center Theaters Toniaht
BALBOA :15 7:59
"THE YOrNG GUNS
niABlX) HTS. 7:09
l-AnrU In The OntfWld
G4TCN 7r4
-TTTK WTRFWOLP
MARGARITA 8:15 :S
tUTSTOBAL 7:t
"fft'N FOB TWK PUN"
PARAISO C:U 8:N
In Spanish! -
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SANTA CRUZ 1:15 8:35
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I TF WTTT'TI PR"
CAMP RTTRD :1S S
rCBT OF THI CrTT"
15



Dodger Star
THE OLD PRO
Threw Last
Legal Spitter
ISTHMIAN LITTLE LEAGUE
BATTING AVERAGES i
PITCHING PERFORMANCES
(: Mutual Of .Omaha

, : E"a Ab H

BERMUDA HANCOVER--jClohauled on Bermuda'! Great
Sound, Flame drive along ai two crew members throw their!
I weight outboard to Keep the craft in trim. The action occurred
, f during the 5.5 meter class competition for the Edward Prince
of Wales Cup. JTlame is piloted by Albert Fay of Houston Tex.

vJQE WILLIAMS

This Is one of those now-it-can-he-told-items.1 Two days
: -ml : n.u ..!.. .,. ...... i. tii rinHHa nrbv. Mr. Fits prl-

iter ouiu wuci - .i.-
ately expressed bis doubts that the Wheatley colt eould go the

Derby distance. t ; .i.k .i ',
may be that he dont want to go much more than a
mile In fait company," said the SZ-yearstalwart.: He cer certainly
tainly certainly didn't look like It against Gen. Duke, dldkhe

TniS flll BWU 1 1 ki, n ju-k. "7 i v, final
had com. from behind to catch hlnvand puU away tajhe tinai

stages, a performance wmcn prompuy .iuuu5U - --winterlbookl
winterlbookl --winterlbookl favorite la, the Kentucky Derby vat l mUe-and-a-

. quarter.' .) ... -x. y 4,.;;,: ;-r,r- ip,,K' i
ThWweekslater the Wood W up feKft

the Ruler 'recovered the ieaa aiir iwrHuwui ,,""4
ISeKmarker; -to tatjlp the surpr islkg Gal ant Man

by nose, a couragouus puuwiwu - ;
mile-and-an-eighth.. rviv i.r .''asv-V'

Seat raTe. W MfM,

to and I

.- ..... th,n.iri. it lh mile. It cot

to the first turn. Apparently E. Arcaro hoped to get U jflw lfa ball was not so good,,! would

Mnt flnlcklr. and II possioie, seal tno wnrow more spiiiers ana cnangei,
-mm 9 much toe exhausting and as a consequence the But believe me. I know. from ex

VTfeeillan; Man would have won it. to J.

perience, ipitbiU can v be "hit

Und hit hard!" v
Iff Halnff as mmiiI 'aTj! Mt

Sdmrl d"bglnnlnV "to; draw away, v At Uffl ri.

first, Ben Jones admitted the Calumets might nave Deen wc
bit iucky. v - v "; ; 1

. By STEVi SNIDER
NEW YORK. MiV 9 (UPr

Burleieh Grimes, who threw ) the

last legal spitpall in the mi-

dsy the spitter .is a pitcher's best

mend. -.'- i '

'Th Miffht it malm it loffol

i again' said the old-time blazing
! i : i .. .. .

ourieign in s comuiuuuiua uw
hi? farm home near Trenton, Mo.'

'i'nr' nmninir vrnnv wirn inn

nittpr nrf it rrtiAA mV vaaA hio

.j.-"" - w
i . . t

league pucnerc uui ox ; pieuiy oi
young fellows who are 'still strug struggling
gling struggling in the-minors," 'y?
One of 17 registered spitballers
peimitted to1 continue' as "such
when the- pitch was outlawed in
192ti the articulate veteran of 19
major league campaigns credits
the spitter with prolonging his ac active
tive active career! It could do the same,
he said, for any big leaguer today.

' v JStraight Arm

dty fit it ever was," said the 85-

year -oiq unmes. a spitDau
doesnt tie un vour arm like a

curve ball does."

, A pitcher who breaks' his elbow
close to his body is never a. sue
cessful sptttall pitcher, ha said,
but any who can throw both over-

till Av.nrl.J fun.' 4tii lvi

itarn uie spiner easuy. xnen its

omy a matter or gaming control
and that part's not so essy. v

"However. I hehitvii v innumpr-

nVila Knvo :. nrKn h4 lianfM in

etch in the- biff leaeues were sent

back to the jninors because their

curved bau was not good enough,"
j s v ii n a. a. j

i Mann --it rnsir nin i-uu

DU1U AUMUa M UlJ SU WWU
allowed the nrlvileee to learn to

tnrow a spiner f it would nave

taken the place el the carved ball
and thev would have been fine bie

Ueague pitchers.",, .' v

uurieign s .own spitter. started

by wetting the tips, of his fingers,
broke down on an overhand pitch.

to the left he was a right

hander when he Ditched side-

armed. v

Had Other Pitches
- r .. ttf yvl( 4

' "'1 threw a lot5 of thinet besides

snifters," h said. ''On days I hid

ihsV", winiJ W iartbtW -P-threW-mostly
irreaeraL Hill outsped lhoge 0n othep m, when the
m..A,a.S 4A rsi uft thi i. n a. a w i j

-r NOT MUCH CLASS .''.-.-

... nifv An ii herauM we Had 10

JLLTO'SSrS ;Tthe TaMnute," he' ataL referrinto

Gen Duke, Twho was nursing a bruised foot. Later, thougn ones

had concluded Iron Liege woum nave won even u.
I had ateered a direct, uninterrupted course... v:;':'.rL
Our horse lost two' lengths ; In lfjai'" Ot jf tlSLi sa
afretrh the saw t Parnell, Mo., Insisted. If that was o.
Md we are IncXd to Tbelieve It was. . it should U -noted
that in Liege picked Up twoat the M tn XtuSl
eral Hill and the Ruler ran out Just enough to give in eventual
winner raclng room alongside the rail. 5 v ''
1 Wbelleva "a physically sound Gen. Duke 'would haw romp.
d. There was nothing sensational about the tbne, ZM. Is,
ver a fast track. Only Iron Liege and Gallant Man lwedhe
part of authentic Derby stock. Four starters at'".4
from $42.10 to $73.10 to t. 'i which gives you a fair idea of their
. t 1jV ami sSssiwnss) i 1 -:'' .-' i

i' Running as'an entry with the Duke, Iron Liege would liavs

been oaaa-on, proDDiy no Dener ran w t". "i
playing it singles, he returned -an attractive $18.80 mutueL
-You sure scratched the right horse, Ben," teunted a cutting,
cynical voice as Jones proudly led the Calumet plncn-hlwer to
Bill Cofum's payoff window. On that sporting note, the 83rd
mint Julep classic passed into history.: f-1 v 'V
sw 1 -;i.jr-.'V -.7- MISLEADING RACE .-fx-. i."4.'
t i ilron Liege had virtually dead-heated Bold Ruler in the nor nor-Ida
Ida nor-Ida Derby. Why, then, the fat price on him while the trowd bet
Mr, ntz'a colt into heavy favoritism? Answer: Four 6yvre 6yvre-ous
ous 6yvre-ous he had run a spectacularly dull race in the Derby TriaL Off
that race ha plainly wasn't going to win any Derby.
Obvieasry Iron Llefe hadn't ran his race. As s often hap hap-eas.
eas. hap-eas. the Trial was used as a clineial experiment. Although he
ad already won both ea and off the pace, the Calumets pick pick-td
td pick-td this race ttf stady the celt's reactions to tight, restraining

to pitch the also -' outlawed mud
ball.' shin ball and emerr ball in

"But the snltball is resTnltchinE

t tin. n tit th.

' U1U iUC UV Wi VW V "V.

tips of one1 finger,"" aid Bur-

two points is very important and

wnen you nava iv .-you rt" a true

flmmaa1' tarrt a vatraai nifiintT tftr

Brooklyn when the spitter was out

lawed, went on to wore lor me
Giants, Pirates, Boston Braves,
St. Louis Cardinals. Chicago Cubs

and finally closed out with the

Yankees in 1934 at the a g of 41.

He didn't react worth a shilling, and the Jockey, Dave Erb,
was criticized for handling him with such excessive vigor that
he sulked and refused to run. This is a 10-cent store race com compared
pared compared to the Derby. Even so, no race on which there i betting
should ever be used for such purposes.
; "We have the hlRhest respect for the Calumets, buj the place
m practice their one-two punch is in the. gymnasium.

. .. FOR RENT V
-
Panama's newest '-drive-in restaurtnt" toon to "b
opened at tha"AUTO-BARO (3 minuta car wah).
Persona Interested in renting the "drive-in" restau restaurant
rant restaurant pleasa contact Phillip Harm an at tha AUTO-,
BA5TO location any dty at 5 in tha aftarnoon.
Also at the AUTO-BAftO it a atora for rant suitable
for the saJa of tires, batteries, auto accessories" or
the d'splay of small cars.

A UTO-BANO, ;S.: A.

i -i Ii;;hay near the new Scars store

M S 1 1. ,L. .. ttJ.l.

ima second jewci in un iiiib i mu ..
Crown classics which wiU be run he cant be recalled as. the suck-

f Pi mlt An Uiv 111

TwoImaw Tiwiiav Tnsi vrllf Via An

hand to handle the unloading amid Nor was he a great hitter, with

specula iuu wucwer vjcii. iu uinuu

will start in the mile and three-
ivt ntha PrxVuit Thar "Tliik-a"

was scratched from tbe Derby last

Saturday because of a 'bruised

in th 83rd runninff of the famed

'Uree-year-old event.

jofkev wiiii nanacKi wna roae

Irnn IJn tn the hiseest win of

hi rr will rmt tha mount n

n. Duke in the Preakness it toe

colt is wen enough to start.

In another Preakness develop

ment. nouna laoie. iravia . .

Kerr's California comet who fin- 7 MatA I aClialfiaC

ished third behind Iron Liege and iVi'lUIV VUJUUIllVJ

Gallant Man last Saturday, will he
shipped to the West Coast, psssing

up dou tne rreaKness ana

Belmont Stakes.

rv lr v l "r ,i
BUT TUG PIRATE CAM JL
. HOMERS ANNUAuy PBOM 7(1 V
- X l THOMAS ' :A.
... ( T5
I W8 OTHSQ TOOL& '
fX. ?p oo a uoe where-r M I
' V IN f N; EVER THEY PUT H1 Mf
I Ivl Tl T" ANO i 1'

Nat Manager Lavagetto

To Proye Durocherism r

Nice Guys Finish LasK

By Q$CAR FRALIY

t 1

Nir.w York YUPV Harry

ArtS.iv fPnnVUV T.avlffattO. tskU12

over as. manager of the VVashing-

ton Senators is a cincn v prove
orce again the old Durocherism
that ice.guy finish. Jast j!

rfookie. hadf some etherkd

baseball man; But the, Senators
... h- n,inhfia has of tha Amer-

(lean League and this hss to be the

most hopeless joo in oaseoau.
Washington collapsed years ago
.A th.n'a tin attronr in stent. It

took its last flag in 1933 and in the

intervening 23 years nas oeen ui
of. tha second division only four

times,' the last of those rarmes
eoming a long 12 years' ago. The
tarm system is a mockery and
the accent is on LatinAmerican
players because they come chesp-

tr. V- r.

Lukui WMiMit Oars i

c rtiitrV Ttraaaan VII :bOOted

off the bench to change tha wm-
Am- jlrauina mnA Cnnkisi B i S

coach, was named captain of the

rowboat without oars. ;

Cookie is k swsrtny, niaca-nair-

ed man of 41 who is on the silent
side. He. picked -up his nickname

t 14 when be Joined ms nornc

town Oakland team. me : Busi Business
ness Business manager's .nickname wss
rvu anil when he "adopted

the youngster, Lavagetto became

Known iiv uiui wik. -'"
tially' he k e e a m e tha big

"Cookie." .' y:;' '-r .,
'Th- fAllnwinr iuifln. 1934. lie

was up with Pittsburgh and in 1937

World Series which broke up Yan

kee Bill Bevens' no-hitter with two

out in the ninth inning.

Miina nit fifvin T msira a vrRBL

Sports Briefs

DETR6IT UP) -flenry (Tooth

pick) Brown of Philadelphia has

s'gned to meet No. 1 lightweight
contender Kenny Lane of Muske-

aon. Mien., in a 10-round bout at

the Olymoia. Mav 22. Brown re

places liaby. vasquez of Mexico

who pulled out of the bout because
of an-ailing back-

DETROIT 'UP) Baltimore

Orioles third baseman G e 0 r g eldiei occur in

t 'Une mi aoejoi m.no a srli teu,' wno ws strucK on tne neaa tnere is 1
p'syer," he x e C a 1 1 modestly. pitched ball Monday, is ex- about .it."
"They don't,' remember that thei , .H
next day ;I fanned in, the mht-

R. Carew .. .. ..9 5
K. Evelyn 7 3
J. Stennett .. .. .. 8 3
F. Ellington .. .. ..3 1

E. Ilebbert .. ,. 1

H. Pacheco .. .. .. ..4 l

A. Barber .... ..8 1

R. Bonnlck .. .. 7 1

I. Barber .. ,. 1 1

S. Dver .. .. .. .. 1 0

Mutual Of Omaha

F. Ellington 2 a 1.000
A. Cumings .', .. t 3 .429
Ri Millett 5 2 .400

A. Phillips V. .. ...6 ?t.333

E. cumberbatch .. 3 1 : .333
O. Todd i. 5 1 .200
J. Morales . . .. 5 1 .200

T. Cooper .. 8 1 .W7
C. Lonn W.: ..: .. .. .. 1 0 .000

R. Bowen ., ., .. i -no
A. Failey .. .. .. .. 1 0 .000

M. Smell ,. .. .. .. 1 0 .000
. TEAM BATTING
Ab H Pet.

58 17 .304

' IP R
E. Cumberbatcht 8 7 .'
M. Small 5
A. Phillips :.if..,' 3 9

Pet.
; .5541
.429
.375

.333.

,.250 EiB-a
.SUiR. Bonnlck ,..4 6
.200 E. Hebbert .... 10
.143' J. Stennett ...3 1

M43
J.000

H SO W L

8
0,
4

0 1)

1 t
0 i

Pacific Saddle CIuB
To Hold Meeting ;

' AU Pacific Saddle Club
; bers are requested' to attend
the meeting scheduled for Sun-'
i day May 12, at 3 o'clock, to bw,
followed rood weather per-.
, mitting hr by a pitch-in punty
supper for all members, their.,
families, and guests. -rjl

Mutual 01 omana ou i t sou

nerted to leave the hospital within

couple 01 aays. neii, wno was

h't by a pitch thrown by Tigers'
mfhii. Stova firnmok- differed a

mild c6ncuslon and is expected to

he sidelined for a short time;

("UAWTITCTnN W Va tTP

TJod Hundley, West Virginia's All-

America casKetDau siar wno was
drafted by the Minneapolis Lakers
of the National Basketball Asso-i

ciation; will be inducted into thei

U.S. Army at BecKiey, w. va.i
l( day A draft ,. board spokes-i
man said Hundley was reclassi

fied 1-A since he withdrew from

school about six weeks ago to join
barnstorming tour,;
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa

(UP) C. R. Swart, minister of

justice, has turned down a pica 10
abolish professional boxing in the

Union Qf SoutH Afric following

the death of South African mia mia-dleweipht
dleweipht mia-dleweipht champion Jimmy Elliott
id a bout las. Saturday. Swart
st id :'Elliott's- death is a terribly

ssd occurrence; but similar trage-

oiner : spons ana

can be done

there is little

that

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with, tha vinu run on second

base.'

The next year Cookie was bsck
in the minors where be wound up
his pla vine career iri 1950. Since 1

then he has stood in the shadow

of Dressen, cosching for "Whis-i

liing Charlie" at Brooklyn, Oak-;

land ana wastungton. 1
Cookia had some other goid
days, like hitting a home run off)
Burleigh Grimes his first time at!
bat in the majors and the game in

1939 when he got six- bits in six
limes at bat. But the good daysi
ere over for a while now. You
can't see the sunshine from a coal.

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Iron Liege; Duke
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T.TfMnll! fim .TantnrW

Darhv winnar Iran lien and his

...vi r,,.m . I .Ik. frariarf tit Rrooklvn. Cookie

from Louisville today to begin pre-1 wss a imager mauuj x"1 l
- ai.. .... aaa t i I...... .rim 4rw v.in mit In the

paring lur 101 iuu,wjv rrtnc, i wim. .ww. v

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est third bssemsn in history.

Twice he led the league in error.

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The

if Memenr

But one hit at th tail end of his

fot. but Iron Lieae carried the career earned him more acclaim

stable's colors to a surprise win than all the others put together.

Lbat was ue one in uie isi

Injury-Riddled

Giants Beset By

NIW VORIC fUPJ .The New

the York Giants,- beset by takiries

since the start of spring vsuung,
today were confronted : with two
more euualtJe.

Center fielder Willie Mays, both

ered by a persistent virus attack.

was taken to a Hospital Tuetday
fee a complete check-up. while

right fielder Don Mueller was

sidelined with a groia Injury. ;

IfueQer was expected to return
. tbe lineup for today's came

sgsinst the St. Louis Cardinals,
but Msys probably wul have to re remain
main remain in the hospital at least until

he weekend series ssainst the

Dodgers. 1

Kluszewski Makes.
I Ho Comment Onv
Coming Operation
CIN'CINN'ATI (UP) Big Ted
Klusiewski had no comment today
about when doctors would operate
to correct a crippling back ailment
that may keep him out of the Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati lineup for the rest of the

The 237 pound slugger checked
mit nf tha tiacnital Tueirfiv. Kn

h. iinrf-rwant a fiml ari- of tentatively screeire to an opera-

Ifjts to drtenrme the esue and'titn, on cone 1 100 the medieal
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Houses j

FOR RENT: House J nimi
with running pip wattr and
5000 meters land at Chilibre,
$10.00 monthly. Suitable for re retired
tired retired toupla. Phono 3-2474,
FOR RENT: Furnithod
house, 2 bedroom bathroom
ircenditioned, living dining
room, kitchen,, maid't room
with bath, swimming pool.
Elvira Mendei street, Campo
Alegro. Phone 3-7206.
FOR RENT: Vacation Qtrs.v
Must rent immediately. Rea Reasonable.
sonable. Reasonable. Mid-June, Mid Aug August
ust August Leaving. Call Balboa 2722.
FOR RENJ: -Furnished, 3
bedroom chalet. Tel. 2 2175
From I a-m. to 12 noon. 2 p.m.
: to 5 p.m. I
FOR RENT: Vacation quart quart-era
era quart-era for couple. From May H
to Oct. 1. Very little rent for
responsible party. Call at
House 91-B Via Porras.
Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Bos 1170 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673. V, ;
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive
satisffing vacations, Santa
Clara" teach. Shrapnel's fur.
'nished houses. Phono Balboa
1772.

v Baldwin's furnished apart apart-ments
ments apart-ments at Santa Clan Beach,
, Telephone Smith, Balboa 3601.

.; FOSTER'S COTTAGES end largo
beach house. One mile put Ca Ca-ine.
ine. Ca-ine. Phono Balboa 1366.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Space 18x40
foot drive in doors suitable for
,; shop or storage concrete walls.
... Also largo space 21x56 foot
suitable for shop, storage or
business. Inquire Hopkins 4th.
of July Ave. or Phono Balboa
1966. ,
Possible Cancer
l.ifii5Hor;Fouhq
Dy Minnesola Prof:

MINNEAPOUS, Minn.; -May S
, (UP) A University of Minnesota
scientist said today he has dis discovered
covered discovered a substance found in
normal body cells and blood
plasma which may prevent for formation
mation formation of cancer-causing chemi-
cals, v
. ? - y.
i The substance is called AI, or
. ant:-oxidation inhibitor. Cancer
Tlells art deficient in the sub substance.
stance. substance. Al prevents the formation of
. highly reactive chemicals, called
free radicans, which have a large
appetite for combining with other
chemicals, the scientists said.
Many scientists believe that free
radicals cause cells to become
c nceroui.
: The discovery was made by Dr.
Herbert M. Hirsch. a German-
born associate biology professor
nd an American Cancer Society
research scholar.
- Hirsch's 'research showed that
normar live cells contain large
amounts of the cancer-inhibitor
substance, while' liver cancer cells
contain muc"i smaller amounts of
the aubstsnce.
' Hirsch said that although his
research indicates the basie
. '- chemical mechanism by which

. normal cells 'become cancerous,
.and how cancer may be prevent prevent-'
' prevent-' cd, it has not yet reached the
stage where it can be applied to
- the problem of human cancer.

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Apartments

ATTENTION. O. I.I Just built
madam furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold water.
Phone Panama i-494 1.
FOR RENT: Spacious a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one bedroom, hot
water, $60.00. J. F. de la Ossa
Avenue Riojui, Building, fa-ting
Firestone. Phone 2-3331.
FOR RENT: -Furnished a a-part
part a-part merit, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, hot water. Phono 2-
' 2504. v,
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partments
partments a-partments on Via Porras, No.
120, overlooking SAS commis commissary,
sary, commissary, bssid Roosevelt Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. Telepon 3-5024, ,v
FOR RENT: Modern apart apart-ments,
ments, apart-ments, recently built, 1 bed-,
room, hot water installation:
3rd. street Perejil, facing 'Co 'Co-legio
legio 'Co-legio Javier" $70.00. For in-'
formation phono 2-2718. 8th St.
.No. 540.
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-pa
pa a-pa rtment including refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, porch, parlor-dining-room
bedroom, kitchen, sanitary
conveniences. Screened. $55.00.
Inquire No. 112, Via Bolisario
Porras, near Roosevelt Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. FOR RENT: Modem 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, living and dining room,
kitchen, garage. Campo Ale Alegro.
gro. Alegro. Phono 3-7192. Hours 7 to
I p.m.
FOR RENT: 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 3
bedroom, 2 baths apartment,
air conditioned, hot water,
screens, linen, dishes. Bella
Vista $160.00. Call Panama
3-3347.
FOR RENT: -Unfurnished
one bedroom apartments. Sea
view, 52nd. St. No. 1-22 form-.
' or Uruguay Street.
FOR RENT: Modem turn-;
Ished 'apartmeW'lrTcheleT.T'n-i
en, tc, garage, i hot wafr.
95th St.i Nor 47. V; r
Rooms
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. FOR RENT: Furnished
room in private home. 45th St.
No. 4-107, Bella Vista.
WIBC Headquarters
Building To Be
In Columbus, Ohio
DAYTON, Ohio (UP) Colum Colum-i.,..
i.,.. Colum-i.,.. nhin nil rhnxen Tuesday
night as the site of a proposed
SJoU.uuu neaaquaners uuiimu uj
I be women s international dowi dowi-ing
ing dowi-ing Congress.
The WIBC chose Columbus over
riPtrnit and Chicaeo. The Ohio
capital has -been headquarters of
the organization for s o m e 30
yes".
The WIBC also announcea ini
Buffalo was picked over Denver
4. r h ait nf the eVouD'S 1959
tournament. Next year's competi competition
tion competition will be at San Francisco.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED ST ATM OF AMCBICA
Canal Zone
VmUr4 fUalaa DMrtet Ceawt Tow The
Dletrict The Canal ZaaM
Balboa Division
In the Matter of ttie Adoption rA
Robert Dane AHnm Jlmenex. a minor
under the as yrt. Carman
Alvarez Jimenez. DefenOant. No, 44SS
Ctvll. ClUUon.
To.
Carmen Alvaret JImenn
Teu are hereby required U appear
before the United Statea Diatriet Court
lor the Dlitrtcl of tne tanai um ui-
vtskm of Balboa, at the Courtroom
i (hereof, hi Ancon. Canal Zone, en the S
'day of July. 1SST. at S e clock In the
forenoon of that day. then and there s
ahew eauea. If any you have, why Rob Robert
ert Robert Winkler and Hellen tMiabrth Win Winkler
kler Winkler shoald not proceed with the hear hear-i
i hear-i mt of their petition for the adoption
of the above named miner, and tor Ute
rhanre of hla name to Robert Dana
Wrnkler
Wttnaae. the Honorable Guthrie P.
Owwe. Juder United State DWrtct
! Own for the District nf the Canal Eorat.
ttiia ZS day of Antil. 151
. C. T. Wcf imlte, r.
I Clerk ef Court
Seal
B' lei e.
Deputy Oerk
I To:
I Carmen Arearea Jnwener
The fiatpiiwn eitatwn m aereed wp wp-eat
eat wp-eat yon by publics ties awrauant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie f
i Crowe, JvdTe, Vntted Statea DtetrM
.Court far Che DMrtct of the Canal
( lone, date the day of Apr. I til.
d entered and filed tn thai anion m
the ofTVe af the Clerk ef (he United
i e Dtalrirt Caajrt. Dhrtaten. ef Bal Bal-baa.
baa. Bal-baa. on the IS day of AprH. ltSI
C T. Mrrerurlrfc. J-
nnt ae C-w
t a Lot r.
' Deputy Clerk

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Automobiles
FOR SALEl 1951 Nash four
door sedan, $350.-. House 0-211
Ancon.
FOR SALE: Leaving for
' States, Mutt sell 1956 Ford
Fairlane V-8, 4 door- with ra--
dio. Thunderbird engine, per-'
: feet condition throughout. J
$1,850. Call M827, House 5343-
A Diablo.
FOR SALE: 55 Ford" Fair-,
lane Victoria.' Black-white; ex extras.
tras. extras. Only 16,500 miles. 5964-CY
Smith Plac, Diablo.' Phone 2-!
3668. $1575.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford V4
4-door sedan with radio $1600.
Panama 3-3188 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE! Leaving. Sacri Sacri-f
f Sacri-f ice, 1952 Mercury Station We We-gon,
gon, We-gon, rustless, radio, Merco Merco-matic,
matic, Merco-matic, $850.00. Call! Captain
Roby, 853192 A 84-5201.
FOR SALE:. 1951 Ford Tu Tu-door,
door, Tu-door, excellent condition. Ford Ford-omatic
omatic Ford-omatic radio, heater $500.00.
Call 87-8109. Sgt, Therriault.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
210, 4-door sedan, radio, two
tone. Excellent condition
$1400. House 504 Ancon. Tel, 2 2-1373.
1373. 2-1373. : .. ''. '!
FOR SALE: 1948 Chevy 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, good tires, runs perfect perfectly
ly perfectly $250.00. Call Panama 3-3347.
FOR SALE: 1950 Packard
four door sedan, all new tires,
good mechanical condition.
Osborn, House 769-C, San Pa'
bio St., Balboa. $300.00.
FOR SALE: Cadillac 51,
very good conditions. Call Mr.
Drachenborg, Tel. 24531 or 2 2-3283
3283 2-3283 Balboa. Can be seen 0845
Gavilan Rd.
FOR SALE: Buick hardtop
1954 Special, dynaflow, radio,
undercoated, excellent condi condi-tion
tion condi-tion $1,400.00. Telephone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4143. (6378 Lot Rios).
FOR SALE: 1954 Bel Air
Chevrolet. Power glide and ra
dio. Call 2-4425.
LIFE-INSURANCE"
f rcl.-" -call ,.V
5 J1M RIDOE r :
1 General Atrent
Gibraltar T lfe Ins. Co. ;
tor rates and information
TeL Panama t-05S2
TRANSPORTS BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451.-22562
Learn Riding et
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding e lamping Classes daily
S to 5 p.. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
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TELEVISION
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'tM fISTtfHX-Tl-M
TEL. 2-45S7
Balboa Service Center,
BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL APRIL ONLY
All Our Beat Permanenki
IS M to UM
now 13.75
BALBOA Z-IS5S
ret Ui. peraeanel aad then then-family
family then-family only.
new Ccvnon
cAaaenAe
Model V
Wilh F 1.2 Lens
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fanami N. Terk CoUa
SPECIAL CZ. PRICE.
FRIG I DA I R E
25 CYCLE
AirCohdition
; NOW AVAILABLE
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: i Proyector
. sound 16 mm. cheap excellent
condition. Tel. Fort Gulick 88 88-519.,
519., 88-519., .'.-
FOR SALE: Sacrifice. Two
60 CPS Garrard record chang changers,
ers, changers, RC88 and RC90, $40.00
each. One 60 CPS General E E-lectrie
lectrie E-lectrie 17 inch TV, $100.00. Call
Albrook 3285. .'
FOR SALE: Blonde Ameri American
can American Kennel Club registered'
Cocker Spaniel puppitfs. Call
Fort Kobbo 5140.
FOR SALE: REFRIGERATOR
Quickfreezo porcelain, automa automatic
tic automatic 60 cycle, 18 months old. A-l
condition. Sacrificing. Smith
Gorges 2-6369. ." :
FOR SALE: Hi Fi records
on 33 1-3 Rpm. classical, pop popular
ular popular and a music .of all
makes. Orders accepted. A A-GENCIAS
GENCIAS A-GENCIAS DIAZ 37th St. No.
4A.
FOR SALE: Covered trail,
or, two wheel, good condition.
Apply to Cafe Sitton during o
fice hours.-Make your offer.
FOR SALE: Trailer Hitch,!
' Easy washing machine 25 cy, s
baby high chair, desk lamps,
telephone talbo and chair, uti utility
lity utility table, Lg. kerosenne can,
- tool closet, radio transformers
25-60 cy. 8 tube and 4 tube.
0805 Plank St. Balboa. Phono
2-2188.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX. 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.2.
SI. Paul's Parish
Plans Excursion
Parishtnne 'hnA frlanfa nt SI
fatri'j Church are iieing invited to
an excursion through part of the
f mama Canal and a picnle in
Gamboa planned for memorial
Day, May 3Q.r?e-y
The ferry lot President Por Porras
ras Porras -will leave Pier 18, Balboa, at
v a. tn.! ycivu expected arrival ai
Garaboa at 1 p.m. Tne excursion
ists then will be given the oppor
runity to visit in the towns or to
attend the picnic int he vicinity of
St.' Simon's Church. Refreshments
will be available and music will be
provided.
The return trip to Panama Ci
ty will be made by train on the
regular P.R.R. service.
Tickets are available from all
members of the church and at St.
Paul's vestry.,
Airspace Conlrol
To Increase Safety
Of Plane Flights
WASHINGTON. May 9 (UP
The government a n n ounced
plans today for 1J new "super "super-akyways"
akyways" "super-akyways" designed to handle
non-stop- flights between the
East and West coasts. t,
; In effect, the newly-designated
airwave would Improve air aafe-
ty by putting virtually all non nonstop
stop nonstop transcontinental airliners
Into "controlled airspace." They
would fly routes niomtorea by
federal air traffic control centers
and equipped with powerful elec electronic
tronic electronic navigation aids.
The collision between two
airliners over the Grand Canyon
last June Involved aircraft flying
in uncontrolled airspace. One of
the 12 new airways includes the
Grand Canyon area.
The li aerial "super-highways"
will run between New
york-Los Angeles, New York-San
Francisco, Washington-Los An Angeles
geles Angeles and Washington-San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. ,.,.
. :
Two are ready for Immediate
j tuc. w-..v
York to LOS Angeiea vi nicagu,
Omaha, Denver and Las Vegas.
The second runs between Wash
ington and Los Angeies via Nsn Nsn-vule,
vule, Nsn-vule, Oklahoma City, and Albu Albuquerque.
querque. Albuquerque.
The remaining 10 will be put
Into operation as soon as the
high-powered navigating equip equipment
ment equipment is available. The Urqet
date for the entire system Is No-:
vember, 1958. -
James T. Pyle, head of the Ci Civil
vil Civil Aeronautics Administration,
said the direct transcontinental
airways will accomplish three
goals:
Tbey will reduce the number of
routes now used by the airMnes.
They will simplify flight plan planning
ning planning for both pilota and air traf-i
nc controners.
Thev -tll reduce the amocnt
of data that most be passed be-j
tween federal air Uaitic cor.Ud,
centers

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1 Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY

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J Street FARMACIA "8 AS" Via Fonai
SERVICES
' Specialists in Television, Hi-Fi,
' Radio, Phonograph, Transmit Transmitters,
ters, Transmitters, receivers, and all elec elec-,
, elec-, tronie equipment. Service calls
$2.50. Call by 7:00 p.m. for
: same day service. All 'work
' guaranteed. Phone U.S. Televj.
sion Panama 2-461 6
The best dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air
conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel. International "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata 5 de Mayo.
RATTAN furniture repaired,
: refinished. f Guaranteed work workmanship.
manship. workmanship. Homo delivery oppo oppo-,
, oppo-, site Hotel Roosevelt "J im my
Tel.' 2-0386 Panama.
1111,11,1 ii Mi
WANTED!- Three (3) bed bed-,
, bed-, toom chalet or apartment not
later than June Iff. North A A-merican
merican A-merican family. Campo : Ale.
1 gre, Bella Vista, El Cangrejo.
.Telephone 3-6579. i
WANTED: A dog, .must be
, house broken, -must be 8 mos.
or over. Phone 627, Colon or
write Box- 5. Colon.
WANTED: Ventian blinds,
Jor porch of Barnebey, Prado
, typo building. In fair condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone Balboa 2-4413.
13-Year-0ld Admits
Killing Allendahl
Al Filling Sfalion :
SAN ANGELO. Tv m. o'
(UP) A r 13-year-old boy, speech-
csa t a wnue Decause or shock,
admitted tndav ha irin Aiii.i'
aiienuant in a roDbery at'
lemnt with h.
x.opuiy anerm a: J. flooley said
rhai axa m i
h wwaiHu aja. av syej f,
fallv without knnuiino ihaf k. t
TlUls- -uut m rnnTPfiBinn annex
tendant. jfTa lor 1 r.arrett
dead...:- :7'.y
nimsea and wrote: "I think : I
snot nim once int he leg and then
i nut aim iiva nmi in tha .u...
ha .tn...J I.: i
writing ana pointed to
ward his. stomach, . !:.
Later. Doolev aalrf tha hnn .-
-" I a.V mfVJ 1
gamed his voioa anil ransitoH
confession verbally. He said he
had ordered Garrett to open the
cash register., but Garrett grabbed
mm y uie nair. r
"I shot him in the leg and then
kept raising the, gun and squeez squeezing
ing squeezing the trigger the boy said, v
Young Martinez and thn nlhar
boys, Herman Wright. 13;, Mickey
Arocha. 13. and Dnvl.' Waill 19
fwfre arrested last; night t when
uieir stoien auiomooue overturned
a they rounded a corner here
after era shine roadhlnrk ontsiHa
Of tOWn. '' r,f:.: ( '.' '
. 'Authorities- said the automobile
was stolen from in front of St.'
Thomas Church in Rio Snrino 87
miles northwest of here. The rob-
rry attempt occurred in nearby
Sterling City.- ;
Police aaid Garrett died of his
WOUnda before ha rnnlrl tall what
had happened. Martinez and an-
oiner, ooy were lateen to hos
piiai, ana me otner two to Jail.

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, TATTLES ON YOUR 1NSIDES Dr. Vladimir K. Zworykin.
left, developer of a tiny, 1 W-inch-lonc capsule-like radio
transmitter, demonstrate bow its prof resa through the gastro gastrointestinal
intestinal gastrointestinal tract ia monitored by a receiving unit outside the
body. Dr. John T. Farrar manipulates the wand-like receiver
to most efficiently pick up e signal from the capsule, which
contains a tiny battery that broadcast continuously for some
. 24 hour, modulated by pressure Inside the human body. The
doctors are shown at the Rockefeller Institute ia New York'
City, where Dr. Zworykia is aa affiliate ia biophysics In tbe
Medical Electronics Center. The tiny transmitter was made by
" RCA from hi design.

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111- 4) NOVEDADLS ATHIS Beside
Home Articles
FOR SALE: iteelman High
Fidelity phonograph 1 console
with 4 speed automatic record
changer. AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th, street No. e-A.
FOR SALE: Deep freeze,
14 cubic foot Phono Panama
3 0873.. .
FOR, SALE;. Westinghouse ;
; Laundromat, $80.00; Simmons,
Hide-a bed couch S90, 24"
RCA TV floor model with out outside
side outside antenna $225, babycrib
With mattress $15. RCA Con.
sole radio, and 3-speed phono -;
graph $125, miscellaneous
household items. Tel. Amador
5193 until 4 p.m. Panama 3 3-3188
3188 3-3188 after 5 p.m. House -04
Cello 84 between Via Porras
and 50th. ,
FOR- SALE: Mahogany plat platform
form platform rocker, $25. ; House 765-
Apt. No. 17 Barnebey $t. aft after
er after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE : Leaving. Must
: sell. Chrome i breakfast set,
$60.-;' living ,, room set,.' with
custom slip covers, $150.-; Ma Mahogany
hogany Mahogany end tables $25.-' pair,
mahogany coffee table $15.00
C.B.S. Television, 21" console,
(25 or 60 cyclse) used 9 moths
$225.-; living room mirror, 24" v
35. $25.-; lemps $5.- .each;
, domestic electric console sew sew-'
' sew-' ing machine, buttonholer $100.1:,
No obligation. Come in end
look. House 5628-B Diablo. Tel.
Balboa 428.
FOR SALE: "Leonard" e e-lectric
lectric e-lectric refrigerator In very
good condition, $125.00. Hal Hal-man
man Hal-man S.A.,;Via Epsaiia No. 1.
FOR SALE: "Leonard" e e-lectric
lectric e-lectric stove, four burner s, s,-$100.00.
$100.00. s,-$100.00. Halman S.A. Via Es-
pane No. 1.
FOR SALE: "Whirlpool"
' clothes 'dryer, slightly ehop-
worn. Original priee $385.00.
" now $194.00. HaimanvS.A., Via
';: Espana No. 1.-
FOI.SALE: w Westinghouse ?
ffrigerator-' 1952 model, ike ,'
;: stew,1, beds, rugs,- -tables and
w other household items: Tele-,
phone Balboa 4143. 6371 Los'
Rios. f :, (. ,,',v;'
tanker Plants
Reported Down
In Atlantic
WASHINGTON, May "(UP)-
i he Air f orce announced today
that one of its' KC-97 tsnker planes
with seven men aboard rendrted
ditching- in- the Atlantic off the
tzores... ..y. v -. t.,' .. . t, ,: j
It said trie plane, enroute from
Europe, reported ditching at 7:16
a.m. E. D. T. f,due to e n g 1 n e
trouble."- ; i
The -plane! it" said, came ddwni
50 miles southeast ox Santa Ma
ria, Island in the Azores. rf
'A search is now mnderwav In
inclement weather," the Air Force
said. It added that tbe weather is
expected to improve this a ft e r-
noon. -:. '. --' s i
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WANTED: SALESMEN:,
Must, be fluently bi lingual.1
Experience preferred but not
necessary. Apply between J9:00
and 11:00 a.m. at MODERN A,
96 Kodak Patio.

WANTED: J salesgirls with
good. references. Appty perso-!
nally to ur store at No. 18-68,
, Tivoli Ave., Panama, RJ, , t
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, SANDWICH MAGNATE AT 20 He's Juft a student at."
Vi.Princeton. University but already operates a $750-a-week busi-f
i f ness. Bruce Garand, 20, of Rochester,' : Minn. cliscoVezed; his
.fellow collegian's had a soft spot for one ot his concoctions,'
- called, a "grinder." It's made of meat, cheese and vegetables
' stuffed between halves of a 14-inch loaf of bread. His salesmen
now sell 250 of them six nights a week at SO cents each. The
y, name fits the student habit of "frinding" away at their studies.

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COULD BE A HAT Mrs, Ethel Bryan. Marietta, a", aircraft
worker, makes a good case for the object she models as being t
a hat, but she ll tell yen It's not so. The "hat" is a plastic
window frame for the huge Air Force propeller-jet C-130
Hercules transport, in. production at Lockheed Aircraft's
Georgia planU ( 1 r- i ,;',!,'v- V.

'9

FATE OF ALASKA Statehood for the sprawling far north
territory may rest on the 276,000 square-miie portion (shaded
area on newtmap) whkh the Defense Department wants avail-,
able tor defense use. If Alaska becomes a state tbe military
wants to be able to 'Withdraw the area if necessary. This
would Include the A'eutian. Islands and the Alaska Penlnsultu
The demand was declared necessary because the area, almost
half of Alaska, "is closest to Russia and, to the very consider considerable
able considerable military installations ahe has developed in Siberia."

CLASSIFISE

WANTED: Stenographer, bl
jingual, ex p e r i e n c e d, good
speller. Permanent work. Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia Pictures, Eusebio A
Morale Avenue.

Motorcydes
FOR SALEtrx-Cushman Scoot.
er with side car, practically
new. "Cia. de iProductos Arci
, Ha, S.A. Via Espana 37-47.
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Increases

WASHINGTON, May 9 (UP)

Defense Secretary Charles E.

Wilson yesterday ordered pay
ini.s raheine from $12 to $50

a month for 360,000 skilled en enlisted
listed enlisted men and said the move
may permit military manpower

cms. .-
The raises, which will cost a a-bout
bout a-bout 49 million dollars the, first
vear, will go tov 15 per cent of

the enlisted men in we mmy.
Navy, Marine Corps and Air
force.- Wilson said the raises
can; be paid without legislation.
. He tiiei that the pay hikes
Will provide incentives tor akilled
men to' stay in service end there there-J
J there-J by! "make it possible to operate
with- fewer total numbers." i

J Wilson said his action was

Vfncistpnt." with recommenda

rions of a sDecial committee

tirhiVh rcpnt,lv nrorjosed a com

plete overhaul of the Defense
Department pay structure to
mtihasiP ability rather than

lnnolv nf sprvloe.

I Wilson's new plan apparently
'Sl' as far as he could go in
tarrying out the more far-reach-

Iner nrODOsais oi me specim

rmrimittee. headed by Ralph J

Cordiner. president of General

.ftWlrta Co.

Cordiner contended his plan

4iroiTirt pvpntuallv save five bll

Ilea dollars a year and perhaps

eliminate the draft. However
thj$udget Bureau rebuffed" WU-

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..., Checkers Is o silly child's gome
;,trtot ,other people coo beotvouot.

Vcathcr Or Not

son's efforts to put more of the

Cordiner clan Into effect.

The Bureau Indicated it con

sidered the plan, inflationary,

The Army-Navy-Air Force Jour

nal, commenting en the Budget
Bureau turn-down in its current
issue," said the Cordiner group

"feeli that its efforts to oet more

defense for less money is Being

old down the river."

Wilson made the. pay raise

announcement after Cordiner

presented him with the final re

port' of his. "defense advisory

committee on professional and

technical compensation."

Cordiner made clear in. his re

port how he felt about the meas

ures taken by the Defense De

partment.

"Sucn benefits" he said

"cannot be achieved by half

measures which adopt theten-

minology but kill the substance

of the recommendations."

Wilson said his plan also call

ed for controls on re-enlistments

so that, "only those who can

make a worthwhile contribution

to the force are re-enlisted.

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; 21 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
i prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorolo-ri
ri Meteorolo-ri al and Hydro r rap hie
, Lianch of the' Panama Canal
Company: ,s ( (
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IITTMIDITT:

High
Low

94
77
80
48

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(max. mph) NW-20

RAIN (inches) 0
WATER TEMP.:
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FRIDAY, MAT 19

83
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LOW
6:22 a.m.
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Helicopter Picks
Flood Victims
From Housetops
SAN ANGELO, Tex.. May

(UP) A helicoDter rescue team

picked 10 "or more families off
rooftops at Chrlstoval today as

a cioudDurst-ieo nasn nooa

turned the normally placid Con
cho River into a mile-wide tor
rent.

Tom Green County Commis

sioner Charlie Derden reported

at 7 a.m. that air but one of the

stranded families had been pick

ed off by airmen from Goodfel Goodfel-low
low Goodfel-low Air Force Base and that a
helicopter was in the process of
rescuine that group from its

shaky perch at that time.

"It appears as u ail persons
are accounted for and we hope

to pass the crisis without loss of

life," Derden reported.
Torrential rains of more than

five inches sent' the Concho

leaping out of its banks atChris
toval, a town of some 500 per
sons 29 miles south of San An

gelo. The river r normally 4 ar

bout 100 feet wide.

6 -The flood swept away one

home and several large inboard

boats moored at Chrlstoval State

Park were broken loose and car

ried downstream, leaving ine
town temporarily without any

rescue facilities.

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3:05 f 5:05 7:05 9:05 p.m.
Spine-Tingling Drama!

WHAT HAPPENED TO
ON HER HONEYMOON?

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Lord. Hailes

Appointed G. G.

01 Hew BVI Group

LONDON. May 9 (UP) The

colonial office today announced

appointment of Lord Hailes. for former
mer former Conservative chief whip in
Commons, as first Governor Governor-General
General Governor-General of the new British West
Indies Federation. v v
The 58-year-old parliamentary
veteran will be the Queen's per personal
sonal personal representative in the new
dominion now being formed of
Trinidad, Jamaica, Barbados
and seven other island colonies
In the Caribbean.
As Patrick Buchan-Hepburn,
he was in the House of Com Commons
mons Commons from 1931. Sir Winston
ChurchilL appointed him Chief
Whip in the 1951 Conservative
Government. He served Sir An Anthony
thony Anthony Eden as Minister of
Works before retiring to the
Lords when Harold Macmlllan
became Prime Minister.

' He "said 1 there would 1e in

creased emphasis on shifting

and retraining men now sen tg
in less technical jobs.
Under the new plan, technical
sergeant with five years ; service In
electronics. would get $35-a-month
raise. ,-'
Under, the Cordiner proposals,
the sergeant would have gone
immediately from his 'present

$195 a month to $250 and pos

sibly $300 if his commander

thought it merited. A year later

Prince ;
Undergoes;

Surgery

he would (be receiving

month. H -,

$350 a,

Cooperative Calls

Meeting To Approve

Credit For Stores r

The board of directors of the

Panama Consumers Cooperative
has called another general mem

bership meeting for next Wed

nesday night to get 'approval to
open a credit; for the establish

ment of .two food stores. ( o

Although approximately r 75

persons attended the- general
membership meeting held last
Monday, no action was taken on
the' board's request: for author-,
ity to open the credit because

the Cooperative's constitution

provides that at least .t w o

thirds of the membership should

have been present at the meet
ing.

Next Wednesday's meeting will

be "held at the Justo Aroseme Aroseme-na'a
na'a Aroseme-na'a Institute, opposite the new

Legislative Palace Persons who

attended last Monday s meeting

were urged to encourage fellow

members and friends to attend

Wednesday's meeting.

The board of directors has

initiated plans to open a cooper

atlve food store on' "I" Street

and a smaller one in Rio Abajo
near the Republic of Haiti
School.. .The i two stores will go

Into operation within a few days

after the board is given author

ity to open a credit for the pur.

chase of equipment and sup

plies. --!,

"LONDON: Mav. 9 "tUP4 -Prince

Charles underwent his first sur

gery for removal oi ms tonsils

and aaenoias n a speciauy

built operating room at Buck

Ingham Palace today.

j Two renowned surgeons, an

anesthetist and lour nurses took

part in; the operation on the
eight-year-old Prince, while
Queen Elizabeth and the Duke

of Edinburgh waited nearby.

ii A- medical bulletin, afterward

said Charles' condition was very

satisfactory' But' he -will have
to spend at least a week in bed
recuperating, pal ace sources

said. s, 1 1

v as Is customary1 in royal mat matters,
ters, matters, there was no advance an

nouncement that the young heir
to the throne was,- undergoing

eureerv.

The ODeratmg team' arrived

without, fanfare In taxicabs

which drew "up at side,' entrance

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'Let tht people know the truth 'and the country i$ safe Abraham TJncol

32nd TEAR PANAMA, H. P., THURSDAY, MAY 9,' 1957 ' CT

Father Believes

Son; Wile Behind

Bamboo Curtain

H0N6 KONG, May 9 (UP)-

James Blackwood said today be

wks "inclined to believe" that bis

missing son ts behind the Bamboo

Curtain in the Red Chinese port

of Canton.

In a statement issued through

te American Consulate here, the
senior Blackwood said, "From
what I have been able to learn in

both Macao and Hong Kong. I am

inclined to believe that reports of

my son s presence in Canton are
true."

T placed a call to the New A-

sia Hotel (in Canton)," Blackwood

id, "but was Informed that no

body by that name was register

ed there or had been registered

there in the last 15 days."

Today local press reports said

young Donald Jackson Blackwood.

his Koreap wife and baby had

ben seen at the hotel.

In the statement Blackwood said

he had earlier sent a cable "ad

dressed to my son in care of the

New Asia Hotel stating the fact

(htt I am now in Hong Kong, andf

telling him that I Would be call

in gthere at 3 p.m. today."

of the palace -shortly .before 9

a.m.- v
.At 11:30 a.m.. the1 official pal

ace correspondents of Britain's
two' internal news agencies were
informed that- Prince' Charles

had had his first operation

. .The scene1 of the operation

was not unusualt Charles was

born in a specially constructed
delivery room on the second

floor of Clarence House,' the res
idence of the then PrincSs Eliza
hpth -'

It was not disclosed when the

operation was decided upon. A

palace official said,;' however,

that the decision i was made by

the royal physicians and by

Charles parent--"as with any

lad

Thieves; Return,
Take Motor To Run
Pre-Stolen Boat
KNOXVILLE, Tenn., May 9

(UP) Knox County deputies said

today the thieves who stole a boat
from the dock at the Johnson Bi

ble College came back the follow following
ing following night and stole the motor.

All Hll Breaking Loose In New England;

Fires Razing Thousands Oh Acres

Forest

BOSTON, May 9 (UP) Pri
n '-inmatM joined firefighters
today in battle against runa.
way forest fires which have sear seared
ed seared thousands of acres in parched!
New England.
The prisoners. V numbering 48

joined nationalguardsmen, fire

men and volunteers in the fight a-

gamst tne common enemy. ,
New England was mobilized for

he' worst forest fire peril s i nee

1947, when woodland blazes level

ed more than 1.000 homes and kill

ed 16 persons.

A state of emergency was de declared
clared declared In Massechurstts where,
state .official predicted, "all
hell will break loose" today.

Massachusetts communities ban

ned lawn sprinkling to conserve

water, several new nampsnire in

dustries which use water said

they may have to shut down if the

drought continues.

The six-state region has had

virtually no rain in more than a

month. No appreciable rainfall is

in sight Brisk winds rekindled

many fires hours after they were

controlled. iv

One of the worst fires, today rac

cd through the volatile pine for

est of Myles Standish Reservation,
threatening historic Plymouth.,

Men and machines, including
honor inmates Of a correctional
camp on the reservation, waged
a desperate fight to choke off
tho fiery onslaught which fire
official said may have boon sot.
- In Maine, a shift in the wind

sent flames in the Sanford-Kenne-

bunk forest lands whipping back blaze under

4 RP: Experts Going To Symposium

toward Sanford. At .larkman

fire burned more 'than 3.000 acres

and was still out 6f control at

pi'dmorning.

Massachusetts Gov.' Foster Fur-

colo declared a -state of emergen

cy last night. State officials hedge-

nopped i about toe state, directing

uie army oi iirengniers.
Two fires blamed on an arsonist

destroyed 3,000 acres of woodland
in New jersey. New York forests
smouldered in : the wake of 27
fires, and a new fire broke out

loday on Long Island, One man

died of a heart attack while fight

ing a brush fire in .New York.
The fire threat extended westward
to Wisconsin. -. i v
In the Sudbury district of On-

tfcrio, .; hundreds of firefighters

were forced to retreat by flames

that ;: had encircled two small

farming communities. The fires
advanced on seven fronts, knock knocking
ing knocking out communications. The resi residents
dents residents of 15 houses in Biland's Bay
were forced to jump into the wa wa-r
r wa-r when fire engulfed their homes
Other Fires rjeported
A new fire was out .of control

ntar Sudbury, Mass., and threat threatened
ened threatened that community. However,

the flames veered away from the

historic Wayside' Infl which was
heavily damaged by fire in 1955.
Other fires were reported at Lynn,
where Union Hospital was endan

gered, and Fall River.- Peabodv

ana- west eoyiston. a tire that
swept over 1,000 acres near New

Sslem was brought under control

at midday.

in Maine, hrehgnters brought a

dn Peaceful Use Of Moink Energy

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control

that had

threatened New Gloucestpr

Streamers of smoke from: the fire
drifted over; the 'Maine f turnpike.
. Other fires were out of control
on Hawkes Mountain at -'Caven-dish,
Vt., and at Bradford," N. H.,
where flames, raced along. the
Northeast shore oi Lake Massa Massa-secum.
secum. Massa-secum. j- i -. c-
The crash -of the- F84F jet' plane
from Shaw Air Force Base,PS.C,
started -a fire that spread towards
Foresdale village and Mashpee on
Cape iCod, It was pushed by

strong winds.

- Rangers Battle Blaze '' V
In New York,' a brush-fire broke
out north of Central Islio on Lone

Island ,and ? spread behind ? brisk

winds toward Haunnauee. Both

communities: are in Suffolk Coun
ty. Rangers,, fire wardens and fire

departments rushed into the .bat .bat-tie
tie .bat-tie against the -blazed

The rash of fires was the worst
since 1947 when flames destroyed
1,068 homes, and killed 16 persons
in New England.
Light ..winter snowfall and lack
of ram in the last month left the
woodlands parched and in a con con-diction
diction con-diction to ignite from spontaneous
combustion.

Forrest Dunsmoor
1 a. e.

Leaves un Holiday

J orrest JJunsmoor, D e put y

v"vf it v mvvi v j .4 aim ; auiiiiiiia"
ti ative a ssistant to the Governor
left the Isthmus yesterday for the
United States where he will spend
two months vacation.

Punng his absence, H. I. Peran Peran-tie,
tie, Peran-tie, chief of -the Administrative
Branch will act. as. administrative
assistant. -. '

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Panama's first step toward for

mulating a program for peace peaceful
ful peaceful use of atomic energy will be

taken tonisrht with the depar

ture of four Panamanian experts

bv nlane to Darticipate in an in

ter-American 8ymposiurh.onthe
Peaceful Applications of Nuclear
Energy at Brookhaven NationaJ

Laboratory. Upton, ti, x.. May

Panama's participants. Invited

by the United States govern government,
ment, government, are Dr. Bernardo Lorn Lorn-bardo,
bardo, Lorn-bardo, professor of physics. Uni

versity of Panama ana ran

ama'a delegate to tne interna

tional Conference on Atomic JS-

nerey in Geneva, Bwltzerlama, in

1S153: 1TOI. Manuel r nrnie

facultv of natural sciences and

pharmacy. University of Pan

ama: Dr. Roeelio E. Arias.' as

xtstant chief. deDartment of

obstretrics and gynecology, Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital. Ancon; and Rob

ert E. Heary.'.speciallst-.ln mnl mnl-raal
raal mnl-raal husbandry, i i I t
' Joining Panama's representa representatives
tives representatives will be experts from All the

Latin ..American-countries and

Honduran Seaman
Who Missed Ship
Waiting In Jail
A .Honduras seaman who miss missed
ed missed his ship is now in the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal jail awaiting the return
of the vessel, 8.8. Choluteca from
Port Llmon.
Police satd a detention order
had been Issued for Estani-Jao
Miranda. 45. and he was picked
up and put in jail, after the
shin had sailed.
The United Fruit Company
ship, is due to return to Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal tomorrow at which, time
the seaman will be put aboard.

Italian Cook
Keeps Kibitzers

From Grace, Princej
- FLORENCE, Italy, May rtJP)1
A grim looking Italian cook!
armed with a butcher knife kept'
newsmen and photographers at a I
d stance today while Prince Rain Rain-r
r Rain-r and Princess Grace of Monaco

enjoyed lunch in an ancient Flor-i

r resiauram.
The. hefty cook blocked access
fr the Buca La pi Cellar restau restaurant,
rant, restaurant, where the only entrance is
trough the kitchen. j
"Yon cant come In.- he told
Photographers, gesticulating with;
the knife.
The photographers did cot in-

TODAY LUX THEATRE
HELD OVER 2nd WEEK

From The WorkTs GrMtest tei-sli : sLsl
' AUDREY HENRY MEL f x
?fe giii: liin: :
e m .mmm Mjasaat esas rm av e er

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. "War and Peace" ts a hagc motion pictnra In far mart
. tha mere length. The three-hear, twenty-eight-minaU
filmlzaUoBi f the treat Totetey nevel. which Is being pre-,
seated at the LUX Theatre is as tremendous in conception
and execution as life itself mammoth panorama that
encompasses the entire gainst ef bnman personality, ha ha-man
man ha-man endeavor and yis sspra-haman abstacles Nature sets
an tm their fnlfUlment. There has never been in the history
f movie making a mere ecorageoos venture nor a treat treat-er
er treat-er reward In film artistry and entertainment. Parament's
"War and reace" towers among th greatest motion pie pie-tares
tares pie-tares ef eur time.

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the United States, indicating the

interest of the entire hernia
nhere in using the atom to im

prove the health and well-being

of the people of all the -Amer-
lCaS. :v ; JF, ': "V-i,'-..-.,!,.--

Purposes of the historic sym

posium : are to give representa representatives
tives representatives of every Latin American,

country an opportunity to ex exchange
change exchange information on programs
and techniques : of nuclear e e-nergy
nergy e-nergy research and training, and
to promote the use of atomic -nergy
facilities in agricultural
sciences, health services, and In Industry.
dustry. Industry. .-.
....
Four discussion groups will cov cover
er cover the fields of administration administration-management,
management, administration-management, medicine, biology biology-agriculture,
agriculture, biology-agriculture, and physics-Engineering
, (reactors). Upon: ter

mination of the symposium, each

representative will embark upon
an individually-tailored tour, in

light of "his specialized Interest

in order to see the peaceful a a-tom
tom a-tom at work in various parts of

the United States.

They will, cover universities

Atomic Energy Commission In

stallations. hospitals, private

enterprises, and other institu

tions and government agencies

Among the places to be visited

are the Oak Ridge national La

boratory. the National Institute

of Mealth. Betnesda, Ma., Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania State University, and

Commonwealth Edison Compa Company,
ny, Company, Chicago public utility. Tour
will terminate May 31 in Wash

ington, D.C.
The symposium will culminate
plans first announced by Dr.
Milton Eisenhower at the Sep September
tember September 1956 meeting of the Com Committee
mittee Committee of Presidential Repre Representatives.!
sentatives.! Representatives.! This committee was

recommended by President
Dwight D. Elsenhower to the
Presidents of the American Re Republics
publics Republics who met in Panama in
July. 195fl. -
Zarate is a graduate of Sor-

bonne University. A professor of
inorganic chemistry tnd gen general
eral general chemistry, and a chemical
engineer, he Is author of several
scientific publications.
- Arias graduated from the
George Washington University
School of Medicine. A former
medical director of the Hospital
J. D. de Obaldia in David, he Is
a fellow of the American Col College
lege College of Surgeons and of eight
other medical societies and
academies.
Healy ts a technician with In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Lacteas In, Aguadulce.
Lombardo is internationally
known In. the flekis of physic?
and engineering, i
Dr. Jaime de la Ouardla, rec rector
tor rector of the University of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, also was extended an in-1

vitatlon to attend the Sympo Symposium.
sium. Symposium. Dr. de la Guardia is now
in Europe but there Is s pos possibility
sibility possibility that he may return In
time to particlDat in the dis discussions
cussions discussions at the Brookhaven Na National
tional National Laboratory,

Icenner Sentenced

ror i axing wauei;
Gels 15 Days v
'v:.-.Vi'...''-, ;-.:5-'
On a charge of petit larceny, a
15-year-old boy was sentenced yes

terday in ; Cristobal Magistrate's
Court to serve 15 days in jail on
condition that he be sent to the

hrsoital for observation. vV ;
The youth, Albert Foderingham;

Wis found guilty of stealing a wal wallet
let wallet which contained $2.85 from 'the
top drawer of a dresser located in

the bedroom of a house in Coco

Solito,. i:'..

The offense Occurred April 27

at 12:30 p.m. The wallet, worth

S5 .Deipngea to J'atncia J. Yohe.

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May Approve

Parlially-Reslored

Postal Budget Cash s

WASHINGTON, May 9 (UP)
The Senate Appropriations Com Com-mittee
mittee Com-mittee today was expected to ap approve
prove approve an only partly-restored post postal
al postal budget despite a new threat, of
postal cuts next year. '-.'.

The committee was ex pec tea to
approve restoring only 32 million

dollars of 58 million cut from the

postal budget by the House. .,
But Postmaster General' Arthur
E. Summerfield. fresh from a re-,

cent victorious budget bout with
lawmakers, warned Congress yes yesterday
terday yesterday he would need up to 90

million dollars more man was re

quested in his new budget origin

ally to maintain current services.
the only alternative,, he said,
would e new reductions in postal
service in fiscal 1958 s

Reo; 3. Vaughan Gary (D-Va.),i

cr.airman of the House Appropria Appropriations
tions Appropriations subcommittee, that consider

ed the postal budge, indicated to I

reporters he feu uus wouio not oe

a taa uea. oary saia uonn-

should look into the possibilities ot,
curtuing some postal services be be-fnre
fnre be-fnre substantially, increasing post
office appropriations. 1
Gary said Summerfield could
"reduce expenditures subslantial subslantial-V
V subslantial-V by rotting down nonessentirl
services such as reducing the nuia
ber of Saturday business deliver deliveries
ies deliveries snd cutting out Saturday deli deliveries
veries deliveries of third class mad.
Man Burns Money,
Spoilsport Wife
Sues For Divorce
LOS ANGELES, May f (UP) 4 4-Frsnk
Frsnk 4-Frsnk A. Va saves. 51, member of

a ptoneer California family, may
have impressed his friends favor favorably
ably favorably but his wife, Sarah, 50. took
dim view of his biirnine 110 awi
r bills to "show off .' She sued
aai for. divsrcs Tuesday.

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