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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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IS Truce

Here Today;

31 : ons

MANAGUA, Nicaragua May 10 (UP) Honduras
and fcirajua have accepted a plan to restrict troop move move-i
i move-i ,:s around their mutual border, it was announced today
I j a r ace mission of the Organization of American States,
The neutral OAS truce team was expected tosrrive
on the Isthmus early this afternoon by military plane.
As chairman of the fact-finding group Which sped to
the troubled countries to avert hostilities thought mush mush-rooming
rooming mush-rooming into war, the acceptance announcement Was made
by Panama's Ambassador to the U. S. fticafdo M. Arias.- 1

"This shows the integrity and
strength of the OAS members 1n
settling disputes among; them themselves,"
selves," themselves," Arias declared. fV,' fV,'-Th
Th fV,'-Th faet-findine erouo plan
ned to continue their lourney to
Washington late today to report
Its success to the full-2l-nation
Council. The team has live mem-i
ber nations. v
Nican uan acceptance of the
plan, wi.ich has not been made
public came after t conferences
that start -d early yesterday and
lasted ur. 1 early this morning. ;
A four-lay cease fire signed
by Nscai -ua and Honduras
carlrt' week lapsed several
hoii's I e the new agree agree-i
i agree-i t v snnounced.
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AS will ker p a military
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The manager of the Veterans of
,.. n.ih at Tnriindu was fined
; o last night by Panama City
m .! Franklin Guenru for
i n i s rized showing of a mo
vie, i the judge said was por-
Boiirs- ic, in the rear portion oi.a
Cent i I Ave. bar. ;
The I Uncual Louis A
, who h i 1 organized the movie par
ty tor servicemen, immediately ap ap-pealed
pealed ap-pealed the fine. U.S. Air Force
'Sgt. Harold P. Olney, who was
operating the projector when Gue Gue-rini
rini Gue-rini wa;ked in during the how how-n0
n0 how-n0 of the movie, was fined $:0.
t' Mrs. Dr'ia Palicka, proprietress
.i nrir. Tavern, indignantly tesii
fit-d last nicht that he had turn-.
H down an offer from Julian
to
rent the rear portion of the
w a staff party, but
"tav-
had
.consented to its use on condition
Thit no liquor be brought in from
be outside.
However, he bad no Idea Jo Jo-li.n
li.n Jo-li.n had planned to show movie
ef ny kind. Sh said ho had.
teld her he wet going to hav a
how. Mrs. Policka, who" w
:.j i.H Im ha acDeelod.
Judse Gueruii last night denied
. .onn.t fnr Julian's provisional
Tplpase because he said JuliaB
was contributing to the perversion
f lhe morals of young U.S.'iserv-
Two servicemen, Charles E. H H-tctti
tctti H-tctti and Francisco Jacinto Kodri-
ied that they paid Ju-
v ban ho is on leave from the
vrw flub, the sum of $5 to see
th movie, along with a few drinks
Olrry titified that he picked up
h. f.'.ni and the proiector at 'he
VFW CI. b on instructions
from
Julian.
till (i the olncr hand,'
bas
At nii riirivvr' anv money or
pruvi tr.e f.Im and projector,
Judos Tctclman
Ores On Vacation
Jui-' t IF. Tatei.nn
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mission down here atf least
month to see that they are
.complied with. i
The military mission was 'haw.
tog a -difficult time findim sup sup-port
port sup-port for Honduran charges: that
Nicaragua violated the cease fire
I this week. v ;t ')".'
United Press movietone cam cam-eraman
eraman cam-eraman Nbrman Garrel and two
other photographers who went
muleback with the neutral sol soldiers
diers soldiers to Las Manoa reported find finding
ing finding no signs of combat in the set settlement,
tlement, settlement, f .j, ,r
Honduras charged 1 Nicaragua
used bombs and mortars on jche
town this week.
t; anpoin! 'iient of J, Bartley
sm,,.i, chief f the Panama Canal

en, theipm.pct enrmeer for the Power

Conversion Project. was announced
today by Gov. W. E. Potter. The
appointment is effective July 1. ;
Smith will succeed Col. E. ,B
Jennings, who leaves early in Ju
ly for his new assignment at the
Armed Forces Staff College in
Norfolk, Va. Also leaving at about
the same time is George C. Dun Dun-lap,
lap, Dun-lap, assistant project engineer. He
has resigned from the Canal or
ganization and is returning to Tex
as to join a family business.
Smith 'will be transferred to the
Power Conversion office next Mon
day, although be will not assume
his new duties until Col. Jennings'
departure. ,,' ,- ':
Roy D.'Reece, at present assist
ant electrical engineer, will s u C C-ceed
ceed C-ceed Smith as electrical engineer.
The four men involved n the
move are all well known in tbe
Canal Zone.., ...
H:l Cross !$ss
FcrUjcdCI:!h!i:rj;
The Canal Zone chanter of the
American Red Cross today issued
on appeal to Pacific side residents
for used clothing of all kinds.
The chapter has been called up
on to outnt a numoer or seamen
during the past few months, and
at this time is especially in eed
of men's shoes, shirts, trousers
ard underwear. t ;
However, clothing for men. wom women
en women and children of all sizes and
a'e will be gladly accepted, the
announcement said. Should the
clothing be in lieed of repair, vol volunteer
unteer volunteer workers of the Chapter will
o the necessary mending.
Red Cross" personnel will call
Lr the clothing it donors will tel telephone
ephone telephone Balboa 3669 or Balboa 3662.
If the donors wish to do so, they
may deliver their contributions di directly
rectly directly to the Chapter office at
Fuilding 0610-B, Gsillard Highway,
Ancon. -, t ;
Mamie Van Doren
invs Descrintion
v"rv Nice
- HOLLYWOOD, MJT 10 LT1
Eior.de and buTom klam'e Van
In "eachT's Pet" desrrn her
U,i1 very In ti picture
nab' sav- "ti.re I'irtit rive
Y-r a bit brain but ur r?fe vpi
f--r it tn other p'ares."

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
FOLLOWERS of twice Presi President
dent President Dr. Arnulfo Arias issued is a
"we will jeturn" 'manifesto today
in the observance of the sixth an anniversary
niversary anniversary of their leader's over overthrow
throw overthrow by the police on JVlay 10,
1951.
31 r.
The Fanamenista manifesto so
lemnly swore on the tombs of tbe
May 10 "heroes and martyrs to
continue struggling -until '!a new
era of light, fraternity, peace and
abundance"(is attauied., i
' ti
The manifesto declared that Pa-
namcmstas would follow a straight
line to the top. ; l.
;1 The: labor union rtprnting
Panama City sale clerk today
accused Hindu buiinitimon of
profting tho fight to revoked the
order to close drygoodt store at
7 p.m.'
.' The union also reiterated its' in
tention to call a general strike if
the order is rescinded. ; ;
Xolon will.: soon have its own
cemetery, La Hora's Colon c6rre
spondent reported today.
. Last night the Colon Municipal
Council approved a bill for the con construction
struction construction of a cemetery in territo
ry under Panamanian territory
At present all Colon burials take
place in the Mount Hope Cemetery
in ine uniai lone.
El Oia's Anton correspondent
chood spoculation in tho Rio
Hato area that tho rocont Opar
ation Carib-Ex carriod .out by
tho U.S. Armed Forces h re
could hav boon tho ui of tho
'motoroological disturbances"
which brought about tho present
drought in farm areas,
"Nnt'ir-."- f
:-.nJ, "i, y ;-. ..'U .scietiuiiC in-
vesti; atidti coulJ determine the
'iegrte of the etlect of such man maneuvers
euvers maneuvers on the phenomenon now ai-
fecting local temperature" ,.
American DriVer "P
Fined For Causing
Traffic Accident
A totat of Si5 in fines wa lm
posed today in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court on an American.
reier csnea iang, 25. .
ne was charged with overtax
ing a car on the left side, of
Fourth of July Avenue early
Tuesday morning, which interfer
ed wnn tne safe operation of
anotner car coming in the op.
posite direction and caused a nil
nor accident. A $20 fine was im imposed
posed imposed on this charge.
In addition. Lane was fined
another $25 for 'failing to report
me accident.
Man Who -Ran
Businesses TorS
Arnulfo Dies ;
v Gulllermo (Oalllto) Rodriguez.
who managed several business
enterprise for former President
Dr. Arnulfo Arias, died last nt?bt
following ft heart attack.
Funeral services were conduct
ed in Santa Ana Plaza this morn.
lng. shortly after an anniversary
requiem mass sponsored by the
PanamefUsta Party to which Mr.
Rodriguez belonged.
Mr. Rodrlguea is survived by
a brother and a slater, v.
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KEW VTETICAL TAKEOFF FLAX The TJ 8. Air Porce 3C-1S Vertijet. a jet-powered vercsj
takeoff and landing rewarch plane built by Ryan Aeronautical Co., makea a vertical takeo.r
i left and changes to level f;ight (ritht). The P:ne thr returned to vertical position and
hookd w-'o iu CT-ound erice trailer.- The X-ll depends aole(T on Lhru.U from It Jet entice
fnr r..r?-t ar.1 levej r.Rhl Th Vertl.'et rorcpliBedi 1U firat corr.;ieta flight juence
cn Arr- IU 1S57. at Edaarda Ait force Cai... -

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TF I C(! TCI PARTY T1H
dians.- including Sen. Harry

onstration wM against. President- fiisenhower'a $71,800,000,000

Reaction: :';flPHs6h
:sWriterice Denied ByJudge

r
jaU sentence- for a Ft. Kpbbeol-
dier iouna guuiy v v
iug causing great, bodily; 'injury.
" ?.'T;.rf nriav in .US.- District
Court b Judge Guthrie F. Crowe.
The deienaam in u ;.-
vonnpth B. Saunders. 33, who
-l" T lk.
was spriencea w s i"'u
on
at H. OA l-H,
attorn., Woodrow de C t r o
asked tht the court reduce the
sentence because of the hrd
ship Imposed on Saunders fam fam-Hy.
Hy. fam-Hy. Dependency benefit a 1 1 o
ment ceas In the cat of .
-military man serving ntneo.
ninfi.f AftAmpv Rowland iv.
Hazard brought out the fact that
more than 60 days had elapsed
since the soldier naq neen eut. eut.-ed,
ed, eut.-ed, and that Rule 35 of the Co de
.-. oxniicitlv that a : mo-
acta "f
Mon to reduce a sentence mu uc
m.j v,ofAr o davi elaose.
Appearing before me juciro
day was Saunders' commanding m-
ficer, Capt. Charles r,ariy ui
Co 20tn Kegimeni, -wuu
hbs'ent from the Isthmus when the
A! .nnlri .f arl , I '-.
He pointed out that not o n 1 y
was the length of sentence a hard hardship
ship hardship on' Saunders', dependents, but
that the soldier's future was
i i Arvt wax fined a to
tal of 110 today In. Balboa Magi
strate'! Court. Isaias Dominguea,
3S year-old Panamanian was
- ... i
found guilty ui onving wimimi
licenae and of failing to have his
vehicle inspected. The Judge lin
ed him $5 on eacn cnarge.
Earl David Gray, a 20 -year-old
a.m mm finrd in for fail-
ing to report an accident that oc
rurmf earlv. Sundar morning,
For driving hia pick up n H-j
hnli Avenue without a license. E-

ltff;:ThB.fe':

milio Sanchex, so, bpanun cuuenrto nav arnyeo nere

was fined 415. : -

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mi
BOBlOn iea r IJ wimuuv

riswa u-v .u'" "'k,,, tnV

. mnnth.l'Teaieqeu uy ue tuu.uwu.
six-monin ,har Knnriers haa been

in the service for ovet iay ears,
and had a good recoru to ovel
iiirioo .Onwa thanked the taO-
tain tor, appearing .tooay, and Sam
that; even u, he nd been able to
reuuee tne sentence, ne wouia ,noi
have neen OisDOsea to do so.
iie added tuat ne urn tafte nuo
iish! t-atum ine hara.lnp on me
, Mi s j ci.y, anu ine other
cueuii.olaiK i, dui ne uu icu
tnett me man nau opeiateu iue car
in an extremely jecmess uuuuin
seriously injuring a gu-i, Uorotny
i. i.avaiie, nu uiny employe irom
Curundu,1'. ' K- ..'.' "')
."We have to do what we can
o curb this sort of thing,", the
Judge stated.
? He pointed out .that civilians who
are brought; before the court have
hardshiDs .similar to those fac
ing military defendants, in that
tl-eir'jobs are frequently ndager-
He added he felt the o u r t
should not hav a "sword of
Damocles" handing vr Its
-head prejudice it decisions.,
Ttvb Ruisbn Ships J
Trcr.:";Iirj (Enal ;
7LLfc:nVo2r
The Itussian ship Vasily Doku--hv
second Soviet vessel to
arrive in Canal waters this week
started its southbound transit
at 11:30 a.m. ?-rv
The ahip, which is abound for
Russian ports in the Pacific with
near from the Caribbean. has
been admeasured, and tne stanu-
. i -. -U.l.iM th shin
ara routine m tnn.ui -"'f
for security has been followed, it
hves learned today, i :i
ine uoKucnaev is exuecieu iu
be followed here Saturday by the
Pntar TschaiVovskv. another ;' Rus-
'aiaa ship carrying sflgr from Cu-'
oa.
With Ht arrival tomorrow It
will mark the sixth Russian ship
so Jar. .this
year.-- . -
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r. lah m7h" SpV-
acy." Tfce
- r-.Lt.
budget.
Nine New Employes
Hired By PanCanal;
2 in USr 7 Locally
' Nine permanent employes joined
the Canal organization during the
ing to information .from the r Per-I
sonnel Bureau. Six' of them had
worked, for the Canal before.
Two of the employes were hired
in the United States an both
have previous Canal experience.
They are Edward B. .Parker, of
V,,., : ., J
i,iirtiii.U U. .; U .. Hhaiir
J. Powell, of Norfolk, New York,
... .i. iff: Je tt
auiuior in ine umce m uie oiuj-
lollei. Mr. Parker was employed
from 1946 to 1947 as a signalman
in the Marine Bureau, and ; Mr.
Eowell was employed from 1940
tn 1951 as a storekeeper in the
Division of Storehouses.
Other former employes hired lo
cally are Arthur Bernstein, gener general
al general supply clerk in the Maintenance
Division; Joseph W. E. Bourgeois,
pipe line suction dredge engineer
in the Dredging. Division; vecii
Kovel. nlant accounting assistant,
Office of the Comptroller; ; a n d
r rr l i . u
airs, nancy iviayiorrsi.u. umse
at Gorgas Hospital. ,- ; ;.;;,
New employes are wordie W.
rturrow and James ; E. Haas,
ffnards on the Gatun Locks., and
Mrs. XSeva r. MCKUia, siau nurae
at. Gorgas HospiaU. v

Former: Investment Advisor
Puts Finger On Dave Beck

'WASHINGTON. May 10 (UP)
iTeamstera President Dave Beck
was accused by his former In Investment
vestment Investment adviser today of using
his union position to enrtcn
himself and hia family.
The counselor, Fred P. Loomls
of Seattle, Wash., told how Beck
financed his wlfe'a nephew in
a. morteaee firm which han
dled millions of dollars worth of
the unlon'a investments.
He said he finally resigned his
position after hearing of other
transactions Involving union
funds from which Beck stood to
"H aii(ht liar beea a wheel
bt te mm be we ut a da cap."
Leemic told Hie Seiut Racket
Committee 'in dcribnfl hew
"tt t Beck;
The committee also du deep
er into Beck's dealings with An
heuser-Busch. Inc.. c?e of
nation's large.it breweries which i
emplovs many Teamster union
members. j -
Officials of the'st. Louis. Mo.,
company testified that Beck- us
ed his power as a Teamster lead leader
er leader to obtain their largest distri
butorship of Budwelser .beer for
his on. Pave Beck Jr.
See. Jeka Keeeey 4D-M.)
aid the tetfimeav made It aM'
that Beck m eccetiea "awe "awe-ciatee"
ciatee" "awe-ciatee" liimaeir' wkk the brewery
! limitiitf wat mcraaa tor
hit entee memkers. CemeaeV
ficialt. deaied Hi it wa rb case,
kevaver.
Iomi said Beck told him he
loaned Jowph McEvoy. his wife's
nepinew. the money to acquire
one-third of the stock to the
National Morteage Co, which
rani led Teamster Investments.
The committee has been try
ing to locate McEvoy and Beck's
."on lor auesuonins. loer "it
'retried to haa skinned to Ca-
ciia aJoc.wiU aaother Beck

5 Man Junta

1 oces
Rojas

' BOGOTA, Colombia, May 10 (By telephone t9 ;

New York) (UP) President

signed and turned over the Colombian government to a
live-man military junta amid scenes of wild celebration
today. !"? ;p ' 4 f,;-
; (Colombian circles in, New York said they had prl
vate advices that police and soldiers in Bogota had open
ed fire' on crowds demonstrating in Bolivar square, thr ;
center of the city. These sources said there were some v
casualties). vf
The junta promptly announced it would call for and
preside over popular elections to choose a president for
the 1958-62 period.
:?' It was Rojas Pinilla's action in having his puppet
legislature amend the constitution and elect, him Presi President
dent President for a second term in the face of popular opposition
that set off the present crisis. .-'.',

Popular indignation mounted ra rapidly,,
pidly,, rapidly,, and Rojas Pinilla s attempt attempted
ed attempted to crush it with force. But he
finUy quit in the pre-dawn hours
today in the face of bank and
business strikes which were para-
lvzine the nation's economy de
spite his threat to draft all bank
ing, employee and sman nc hum
f-'liie new junta consists of" 5.1 aj.
Cen. Gabrie; Tarls, War Minister
under Rojas Pinilla; Ma j.. Gen.
Deogracias Fonseca, director 01
the" National r ouce; i eng. uen.
Rafael Navas Pardo, commander
of the Army; Brig. Gen. Luis E.
Ordonez, head of the National In
telligence service ana near um.
Ruben Piedrahita;. Public Works
Minister (under Rojas(Pinilla. ; ;
Th ? Wraabout th d-,
i posed president ws not elr.
Various reports put him In th
British ,Wst Indies, In Vnxu Vnxu-la,
la, Vnxu-la, and in Panama. xJ
Colombian circles in New York
t ronnrted Roias Pinilla and
his family had flown to Montego
Bsy. Jamaica, B.W.I. But later
tr.ey said ne never iv p"s-
Colombian who spoke with Bogota
shortly before noon said the oust-
kinsman also wanted" as a wit
ness...- :
Loomls said he ault as Beck s
investment counselor after hear
ing that Beck was to get a
"kickback" from a deal in which
the union was to underwrite a
moriu; ,e for an apartment proj
ect in Honolulu. He said he later
heard the deal fell through.
Cemmitt Chairman Joha L.
McClelaa (D-Ark I role' ewimea
today's seuiew oraduced "pretty
ienificant testimony that Beck
was makinf ate el his ertio
in the enioe to further kit ewe
financial intereats."
Loomis read the committee
letter he wrote Beck In 1955
mentioning talk of a "kickback1
and protesting against McEvov's
interest in the mortgage com company
pany company J
He said he learned that the
"financing fee" for the apart

thetment deal had been boosted from

I2O.000 tO JZ7.UIHJ. ne saw nc
was Informed that Beck was to
get .500 of this. He said Donoi
Hedlund. President of th1 mort
gage company, was to get a like
amount. -with the remainder o-
Uiff to the firm for expenses.
Committee Counsel Robert r
Kennedy said Beck, who has re
fused to answer. oust)ons bont
his finances thus far. nrobsblv
would- not be recalled as a wlt-
neicn until next week.
He said the committee would
chock tomorrow on renorts thf
Hedlund made 18.000 Oft of h
union's purchase of $1 600,000
worth of mortwa in IVtrolt
Kennedv said other sums al?o
were Involved and "it did not all
rome.Jn' with Hedlund
Cnn Vavn1m m mmny Of

the committee and older brother .sw. t- hnJ .rT"
of the chief connsel. ehareef'K-' V--"
that Beck had an "abnormal for aa er InrVelion. Whm ei

,ri".."
heuw-Busch as a bear dtrt-
'toutot. ( ;.

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Over;
Gustavo Rojas Pinilla re- v
ed President tried to leave .for
Montego Bay at 8 a.m., but when
he reached the airport ha was pre
vented from leaving bjr a large
crowd. 1 ',; i-.1'.,'': r. i
; As soon as formation of the Jun Junta
ta Junta was announced, throngs concen concentrated
trated concentrated in the center of Bogota
srort;' C- 1 i i i"
i ry ui. 5 j. niu.i aamst muita
ry rule and called for civilian con control.'
trol.' control.' :
Someone broke into the balco balcony
ny balcony of the capitol building; ripped
two photographs of Roias Pinilla
fr m the wall and threw them te
the. crowd in the street below
The pictures were destroyed ; by
tV fowd.
Police, and military p a t r o
which had be evirvhwere in t
c'ty in recent days 4)isapnered a!-
"low cimnietev. only
few uni-.
forms were seen.
Th r1emontratorri. It wostlv
hv student, paraded with eris of
"Sown with tr ronstiriitiorial as-f.mhlw.-"
th bvtw which had r
'wtiMl pls Pllll in bis 1W8-
fi2 term this week i. over popular
prr-tpst..' v v: .i i V, '
Rois Pinilla was elected In 1954,
o 'er scheduled to tid Fh,
7. 19M. B"t b? hand-nickHl nua-
oef asernbMr 'ctei to a srw.
Mf term wbirh, would have end-
In only this past Wednes Wednes-dp
dp Wednes-dp nleht.
Thr-n -f n violent- onooei-
tf..n' In' h( dictatorial move
h-on"h th country for more than
" weV. with manv nerson renort-
if Vtl'nd r wrnmrwt' ffrr,
Vatt.p,lv hUh srolatM of S :
hl(irel Pmn t h 1 1 f
rhrch riim tho eavem
nwt of Pin!l "mar.
'"' in "tirtn own Hto anna-.
'Ion. "vimmi barf
hUmed th violence on Cammip
tfi cwnaHnn came f a n e a eT
Vih cffif the Army
W jnttrnHnm at'S-m.a.m. txjr1V.
PnHtirl rfrn'M M H tho Ton.
rvrvn yty) T lbwa' Parties had
Vrd -tnr th fnrrr-iyn nf a rj-
4rrl OAVeimf!. -riiaolllon Of
h VHwtat Arm,h'w and t h
-t citV mH eonthwMt of Stn-
flwit tTM.V fhrtmmA lha sf eS
,Mobr,ln the f1'of Rojas Pinl-
nrr. hd been one of tw rniet
-' if orrnosition to R j a s
P'rifla.
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CZ POLICE MORALE
Sir:
Morale is considered among all industries and agencies of
the Government an important factor in considering output,
whether it be merchandise or personal service. -However, from
the scuttlebutt heard about town from disgruntled policemen
and their friends since one of their own appeared before the
Balboa Magistrate Court the other day for something that I
and that you. some of the readers of this paper, have received
warning and the bpoortunity to pay for the damages.
Who, then, can blame them for the loss of morale when

they can't depend on Justice and support from their own peo people,
ple, people, not special favors, but the same breaks they are allowed to
pass on to other citizens when they feel the action justified?
. Some of them even recall the time when some time ago the
high official In the police department who ordered this man to
court, drove into the game Judge's car that had the unrjleasant

task of sentencing this policeman. Did this police official go

to court?? ..,..
Guard Bouse Lawyer

Peter Edson
-' in

Washington

WASHINGTON fNEAV Snm.

startling figures on Russian nuh.

ushing. just revealed bv UNF.Kfin

the United Nations Educational,
Scientific and Cultural Organiza Organizationput
tionput Organizationput a. new emphasis, on the
bittle- of books now going on in
the cold -war. for the human mind.
For as U.S. Inofrmation A

Director Arthur Larson recently
told the :, National Book Award

Ceremony, "The fate of the world

is in the hands of the people

wno read books."

Who... then, cruris tha fiv Kit.

lion dooks which go out into the

yna every year, wnat are they,
where do they go? -;
The figure which th TTTvnrcrr

Jourier has assembled in its

fOuKs lor. All" report are -to

large extent loaded in Russia's

xavor. xney are certain to be chal challenged
lenged challenged by the free world publish publishing
ing publishing industries.

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For Instance, ask the averaoa

Individual to name tho most
widely translated book In the
world and he will probably aav.

"Tho Bible." That anwor was
right up until 1955, says the book

report. But then tho writinae of

tho Russian revolutionary lead leader
er leader V. I, Lenin, ere suppoaod to
have taken first place, with

WJ translation since 141 and

371 in 1955 alone.

II

I Don't Hear Any Objections From Him"

AN ODE TO THE BIG THREE
Well now, let me see :'''
We have what is known as the terrible three
There is b.a.d., w.g.d.rand the one know nas the C.A.D.
Definitely out to harm you and me
One of these is sure In the lurch
Always saying, your soul you must search
He should search for his soul and it is plain to see
that to search for nothing is monotony r
the big one says I'll urotect your gate
then proceeds.to replace you with local rate s
from the amdke eaters ooint of tiew v t
w.g.d. is the cloud in the blue i u
his job supoosedlv" is strictly paper H .1
We believe the Bin One pulled n caper
Ashes to ashes an dust to dust
and with the weatHer gettinsr hotter
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The Bible took second place with

887 translations since 1948 and 99

in 1955. But the writings of Joseph
V. Stalin were third with 689
translations since '48 and 200 in

55. In fourth and fifth n 1 a e e a

were the classical Russian novel novelist,
ist, novelist, Tolstoy and Gorki.

The. most widely translated A-

merican writer is listed as Jack
London, in 14th place w i t h 347
translations. Behind him are Pearl

Buck in 17th places Mark Twain
in 19th, Earl Stanley Gardner in

zfth and James Fenimore Cooper

, Ask this same individual what

country publishes the most books

and he would naturally be inclin

ed to say America. But that an

swer is also said to be no longer

correct.
Russia Is supposed to have
taken first place in 1955 with o o-ver
ver o-ver 54,000 titles printed. If only
those books placed on the mar market
ket market wore counted, Russia's num number
ber number of printed titles would bo re reduced
duced reduced to 11,000, but it would still
bo In first place.
Japan is Second with 21.000 ti

tles. United Kingdom third with
nearly 20,000, Western Germany
fourth with Just under 16.000. the

U.S.A. fifth with 12,589. titles, 10,-

uuu ox tnera nrst editions.

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(Ed, Note While' Draw Peer
sou is. on a newsgathering trip
outside Washington, his a i s la lactate,
ctate, lactate, Jack Anderson, writes the
Merry-Go-Round.) i

Walter Wi

The -total number of volumes

produced in Russia in 1955 was c-

vr a iiUhfn, with an average of

more than 18.000 coDies for each

title published. No figure. is given
on Russian first editions,

Only comparable U.S. figure, a-

vailable is a 1954 census reoort.

soon to be released, which puts

American commerical book pro

duction at 705 million volume's for

the year. The figure does not in

clude private or federal and state

government publications."
U.S. Information Agency has

been mskint? a detailed atudv of

Russian publishing and will issue

a resort on the subject ia the

near future. It will reveal that

Russian. publishing in 24 free-world

languages was. 41 per cent higher

in i man in ism, ,
This shows there has boon no

relaxation In Soviet publlahlng
directed against tho free world.

Russian publishing hi English

was 11 per cent higher, In Span
Ish 32 per cent higher and in A
rebie over 300 per cent higher.
This is a tip-off on Russian at
rontion to Middle Rest affairs.

Of the 900 titles published in the

Soviet in I95f m non-Russian lan

guages. 325 were in polities and

economics, 149 in technology ana
industry, 58 in agriculture 48 in
medicine.. Fr tho 10 Communist

satellite countries, the Russisns

minted 28 titles.

This shows the Soviet's Interest

In becoming a source of technical
literature for underdeveloped coun countries.
tries. countries. For their cultural offensive.

the Russians published 157 titles
in languages not spoken iar the So

viet union. ;
This is the book challenge the

Soviet makes, to the free world.

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SHOW TIMK

The origins of artistic efforts
have a strange fascination. Out of

a sparx of creative genius comes
ah eternal light. And a sleeoless

night can make possible a great

arma mat entnraus millions ..
One hot night- in June.. 1939. Eu

gene O'Neill spent hours fighting
the pillow. .Unable to sleep, fie sat

oy the window and lost himself in

throjght. As dawn began prowling
the sky, O'Neill awakened his wife

and informed her of his intention

to write a play about his family.

Tne playwright-continued spilling

nis thoughts until noon. Thus was

horn tne current season's most hon

ored drsma, "Long Day's Journey
Into Night" .i Mrs. O'Neill recent

ly noted; "I think he felt freer
when he got the play out-of bis sys

tem. It was his way, of making
pesce with his family and hlm-

.self,"- In other words.- O'Neill's

greatest drama was; nis autobio-

The charm of the Cinderella sto

ry constantly renews itself. Sever Several
al Several years aeo. before "Wonderful

Town" had it tryout premiere in
New Kaven, Rosalind Russell as assured
sured assured a member of the cast mak-

inf her theatre debut: 'One of these

nights. I'm going to be sitting in

thi audience of a Broadway thea theatre
tre theatre and the curtain will come up
ad the star win be you.".. Today

hcEiell

InWewYork

Miss Russell is starring on Broad

way and so i& the subject of her

prophecy; ; JSdie Adams. ; j;

"South Picvfic!" lovely sounds
are having a i welcome reprise at
the City Center. "Some Enchant

ed Evening" is enchanting audi

ences again ... Composer Richard

Rudgers -originally lured Mary

Martin for the iselUe Forbush role
hy inviting her to his home, and

piunoing "Som Enchanted ; Eve

ning," After she was offered the
role. Miss Martin declared she
would think it over for a week,
However, the following morning the
stsr called and eagerly accepted
the role. nr-r 1 j

She was showered with critics

ravesj of course.: However,. Kath Katharine
arine Katharine Cornell was responsible for
her most memorable tribute.: Miss

Cornell came backstage 'and asked

the "South Pacific" star if she

could borrow her makeup because

she was Crying so much tears of

joy. Miss Martin says: rThis I'll

never cease to be proud of if I

should live to be a hundred, .i u

complishod this difficult feat by
announcing i "After me, R o x
Harrison is the best light com com-dian
dian com-dian in the world,". -i
"The Most Happy rella," the
Critics' Circle pnse musical, must
mtke Frank Loesser the haDDieat

fella. The show was his toughest
chore.' He confesses that he was

"scared to death? when ha launch,

the project. .It required four

years to complete, "And every oth other
er other week I wanted to give up," ad ad-mUs
mUs ad-mUs Loesser. v ,-.

Such is the ironv of th thoatra-

Lcesser"! four years of creativity
are enjoyed bv audiences in about

three hours and critics write life-or-death
notices in approximately
90 minutes. ,

: JACK ANDERSON SAYS;'
BRIDGES' HENCHMAN
INVESTIGATES BRIDGES' :

ISRAEL MAY ATTACK EGYPT;

RAYBURN SETS TRAP
FOR F.C.C. CHIEF.,
WASHINGTON Senate probe

of the Northeast Airlines Stock

scandal has uncovered .: tracks

pointing to Sun. Styles Bridges of of-iice
iice of-iice (R.i N.H.). yet the chiet inves

tigator now following those tracks

1 rridizes' political aDDointee

. IA is abie: amiable Don O JJon-

ncll of Mancnester, N.U., who was
brought to Washington by the man

he is now supposed to be investi

gating. He has already let : o n e

key tigure in the investigation,

whose testimony might, embarass

Bridges, take off for South Amer

ica on the eve of the Senate hear hearings.
ings. hearings. ; 1

O'Donnell's job is to find who

leaked word prematurely .last Au August
gust August that tlw Civil Aeronautics
Board had granted "Northeast the
nrofitable New York-Miami route.

The morning after the secret CAB

vote, insiders .made a xuung in
Nurthesst stock.

Among those who rushed out to

buy stock before it jumped, from

S9.15 50 $12.50 a share were three
of Bridaes' aides Chester Wiggin,

Tern Shannon and Dick Eddy.
Tht v made m o d e s t purchases

through the Paine," Webbefi Jack Jackson
son Jackson and Curtis brokerage -iirm.f r
Bigger windfalls went to two oth other
er other Bridges henchmen, Lowell May May-berry
berry May-berry of Boston and Milt Shapiro
of Concord, N.H., who got a free
r'de on the stock market the same

morning. Shapiro reportedly

bousht 500 shares early i, m tne

morning while the price was still

roc bottom.

trolling interest in T.
dr to milk the coron.-mv
CAB ignored the ciwx iV
ed to udlum's prohts oy a-
Northeast the Jush New
ri run. Perhaps hte en

fluenced by the fact t' t (

once a big Pemocrnuc c
tor, switched his purse to t x
publicans. ;..
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ANOTHER ISRAELI ATTACK?
'? Heediines nd Footnote r,

tral Intelligence has received te
word from the Middle Kast tul

israei may auacK -gypt again
fhias montn. The Israelis are a a-larmed
larmed a-larmed xover the Egyptian milita military
ry military Duild-up, particularly the arriv arriv-a
a arriv-a lof 150 MIG-17 fighters wish Rus Rus-kian
kian Rus-kian pilots to fly them. Israeli
leaders have about decided to hit
icaio before they get hit. warn in.

ielKgence reports. s .Stern, aloof i
Aam. Arthur Radford, the Joint I

cnieis Lhairman. is furious at i

Secretary Of State Dulles for not i

consulting with1 him on Middle 1
East decisions." Radford used ta

drop Over the State Department
often lor private luncheon confer conferences
ences conferences with Dulles. But lately Dul

les has been taking up Middle
E.-t moves directly with the Prs.

ideut, bypassing both the Defense

department and National Securi Security
ty Security Council. ; The Navv has mn.

firmed to Congressmen this col-

j,,u o icjjuii mat soviei suus are
lying off the Florida coast, spying
07 our guided-missile tests. .Am .Ambassador
bassador .Ambassador to Nicaragua Tom Whe Whe-)an,
)an, Whe-)an, cometimes criticized lor not

l.ng tne striped-pants approach,
has survived the diplomatic shake shake-up.
up. shake-up. He persuaded Texas oil mil mil-honaire
honaire mil-honaire Clint Murchison to invest
to Nicaragua X everything from an
.nsecticide plant to a plush hotel).
. MCCONNAUGHEY 'TRAP

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Noel Coward's compliment
Coward's salute exemplified tho
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performer while adding to his
own self, esteem. Deer Noel ae-

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Gwen Vetdon. the earrot ton fire

cracker, isirow ienitina "New Girl

in Town," which opens on Broad

way luesaay... U ever there Was
att advertisement for perseverance

it's Miss Verdon. Childhood diseas

es crippled her legs. For years she
limped around with corrective
r-jots.-Eventually a dancing course
provided the therapy that made

her limbs healthy again. Her ca career
reer career was haunted by discourage discouragement.
ment. discouragement. She quit show biz twice. Af-

fter many years. she obtained a

minor role in a Broadway show.
Prior to the premiere the role was

cut. Miss Verdon decided to quit

ne snow ss soon as tne -producer

couio obtain a. replacement. "Nev,

ertheless. her brief contribution e

leetrified audiences, enchanted re

viewer s and stardom was the hap happy
py happy inevitability ( n i
Incidentally, in the same you
never can tell category there's
Kim Stanley's experience: "T h e
Traveling Lady" was a 30-oerform

ance flop. However, it was a per-H

sonai iriumpa ana maoe ner- : a
star -Jrf-r ,., :; ,.;:v; .-,
' Brainwashing is an ; innocuous
tenure device when compared to
ti e terror first nights represent to
Irformers. The tortuous aspeeta

or premieres were recently des

cribed by Helen Hayes in Good

Pousekeepug ? Following the
first act of the opening of r'What
Every Woman Knows?'" the star
dashed white faced to her dress

ing room and cried: "It's a flop!"
w When the final curtain descend descended,
ed, descended, Miss Hayes' anguish wss in intensified
tensified intensified by the fact that she heard
no applause. Throughout the play
be was unable to near laughs or
sighs or anything. Durtnr the curt

ain calls, she could see the audi-i

ence Clapping but she heard no nothing.
thing. nothing. The star notes: "Stsge fright
ended to the intense concentration
hk? deafened mt. Since that time
I have never been able to bear

appiause on opening nights."
The ability to determine the click
t -cluck value of a show defies the

most "proficient experts. Msny suc successful
cessful successful showmen have -produced
numerous flopt...Boward Cullman
i among Broadway's- shrewdest
angels. He has been among the

9'Ckers of many Broadway hits

i r almost a quarter century. He

nad a 55009 investment in ; "IJfo

With Father.' During the intermis-

s on oi tne snow s premiere, he in

armed friends: "It's a flimsr

med. I doubt whether it will run

three weeks" His 15000 invest-

neat gave turn a fooo.000 profit.
Cyrir Rltehard, star of "A VJ VJ-H
H VJ-H to a Small Planet," rocenttr
ebaorved hi Newtweefc: "If I
cert five any oudience the foollne;
I ens he vine; tho time of mr lit
then I cemrdor mrself aueea
fol" ApoaronHy, awch cooneol
wecthwtulo. Coryo Abbott,
tho aatoot evccoesful contomporo
ij Rroedway producer atiroctor
hit cast b4oro opninff eight
"Comroy tho lmprion that
vev'ro havtnf a food time end
so will the oiMtieAco.'
Cote Porter pott It rh!e wayt
"I'm Yrrh4 a appeerlof in
eNc. Rot the way to face the)
volic la to Mnk yew lev yovr
swdience."

How "Bridges' office got the ad

vance tip hasnt been positively

proved. It may be significant, how

eve, sthat another Bridges?1 man

was present when the CAB reach

ed its secret decision. He i is the
CAB's chief investigator, : Jimmy
Anton, who formerly worked for

Bridges on Caiptol Hill.

- -SKIPS COUNTRY

'Though' Anton's testimony is con considered
sidered considered important,' O'Donnell gave

him permission to take a two-

week junket to 8 o u t h America

wbuVthe hearings are going on

nton was careful to get O'D o n-

nell s okay before leaving the coun

i Sources close o tne investigation

crarge that O'Donnell is trying to

swing the spotlight away trom

Bridge and focus on others who
may also have had inside lnforma-

Hjn t or examme. Larry Hender

son represented a New England
combine that was trying to buy

millionaire Floyd Odium's control-

liLg Interest : in Northeast, me
morning of the stock-market leak,

Henderson made three long ais

tance calls to New England. One
who was called, Forrester Clark

of Boston? bought stock. ; : ; :

Robert Oliver, an attorney for

Drlta Airlines, also made several

phone calls to Georgia. At least

six Atlanta. Ga.; speculators cash

ed lu on Northeast stocK, mciuoing

Georgia a GOP boos, Robert Snod Snod-grass.
grass. Snod-grass. O'Donnell denied to this column

that he was trying to protect any

one It win be interesting to see,

however, how deep he delves into
Bridges' office. 4 :

Nofe-Biggest benefactor from

the CAB decision,, of course, was
Northeast's principals stockholder.

Fioya Odium." The CAB staff

charged that he had bought con-

Federal Communications Chair.

Tnan George McConnaughey is a a-bout
bout a-bout to stumble into a political
tap that House Speaker Sam Ray-

turn nas pauenuy laid tor him.
, Wily, old Rayburn has been hear hear-in?
in? hear-in? stories from his nephew, Com Com-tiissioner
tiissioner Com-tiissioner Bob Bartley, about the
way McConnaughey is running the
FCC The Speaker is convinced
McConnaughey has been handing
..ut TV licenses as political favors
and protecting the interest of his
former A.T, and T. clients.
To trap McConnaughey, Ray Ray-burn
burn Ray-burn set up a special subcommit

tee with official orders to investi.

gate ail regulatory agencies, but

private orders to concentrate on
the FCC. He handpicked Congress Congressman
man Congressman Morgan Moulder (D. Mo.) as
chairman.

One question the subeommittm

will ask McConnaughey is whv h

ieT bureaucratic cobwebs grow o-

vcr. Docket No. 8;.!;3, which hap

pens to bea r'r: al to investi.

erte the rates charted bv Amsri.

tan Telephone1 and Tele graph for
television transmission.

Two years tso. the' FCC asked

ht staff how much monev and

personnel such an investigation

wulo require. The staff replied

ir memo. dated March 11, 1955
that "such proceedings coi;! 1 be'
completed within a reasonatie pe period
riod period of time without a renuirf ment
for aditional personel of fund's
and without undue interference
with "other esential functions. Ji
decision by the Commission not
to formally investigate ti e rates
iii issue in Docket ho. & 3, solely
on the grounds of lack of necessa necessary
ry necessary personnel,, would.be unwarrant-
'Yet McConnionhey still hasn't

ordered the investigation, which

might reduce the profits -of thi

powerful A.T. and. T system. Coin-

identally. MCConnaoghey used t

collect one-third M his leeal feei

fr.m the Ohio Bell Telephone Co..

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; J Harry Ryan household .in Cleveland, 'Ohio,, and. she' has Just arrived, home1, from the hospital
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The standard" opening, no no-trump
trump no-trump with 16 to 18 fcigh card

points, balanced aisiriDiuiun anu
stoppers in at least three suits
was first devised by this writer
in 1933 and has stood the test of
time with little or no change.
While the no-trump has not
changed "the "responses 'have,
Thus, the great majority o! tour tournament
nament tournament Dlavers use same varia

tion of the Stayman i two-club
resoonse in an effort to find a

major suit fit after Jthe opening! ;, f

nu-uuuiy auu w. vy fj
in the no-trump bidder's hand if
he happens to hold four cards, in
' the right major suit. (
Since my return from : Korea
In 1952 my son Jim and X have
,,been experimenting further with

no-trump responses ana nave
produced the Jacoby Transfer
Bid. We have been trying the bid
out quietly for two years, and it
1 has been approved by the Amerr
ican contract Bridge League for
us in tournaments'

It Is a substantial .improve-J

. merit on existing meinoas nui is
, not perfected since It has ..not
met the test of competition in
the hope that many of you read-
ers will experiment with It and
give me suggestions for its 1m-
provement I will discuss It In the
'next several articles.
Today's hand is one with
which many players go wrong.
' North's three no-trump response
it eminently correct. He has
enough strength so that he. wants
to be in game in no-trump and
' there is no point in foolini; a-
round with his diamond suit.
The three no-trump bid shut
out East's chai.ee to IM .hearts
and with' a. spade opening the
hand was a lay down. Had East
been given a chance to bid his
suit West would have led hearts
.and beaten the hand.,; ,,.

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i million-dollar structure. Designed to protect passengers in all kinds of weather, .the terminal,
top view,, ha a four-acre cantilever roof that will extend over parked airliners. Passengers (bot-
torn view) will be able to go directly from cars into the terminal through 100-fooUwid "cur
'.tain of, air" in place of a conventional entrance door.,, -'

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the favor. ..
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a few minutes to express your
appreciation, ?
Violent Japanese
Displace Family
In Dadfs Movies
YOKOSUKA, Japan, May 10 (UP) i
' Lt. (jg) John $, Darren' thinks!

someme made a mistake with
the home movie film he sent to
Honolulu to be processed. He sent

5G feet of a quiet domestic scene i

with mother and baby, the family
dog and. four puppiev He got back
SO feet showing Japanese practic practic-'
' practic-' utg karate, a vicious form of self self-defense
defense self-defense that can kill or maim.

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Poland s Cardinal Wyszynski
In Rome To Ai(l Church Study

VATICAN CITY. May 10 (UP)

Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski may

stay here as long as two months

for an extensive Roman Catholic

Church study of the position of

its members behind the, Iron Cur
tain.-informed sources said today

The Polish primate.' who arrived

here Wednesday night, was1 expect

ed to spend .today resting and con

ferring with his five-man stall in

their quarters at the convent or

the Polish Order of the Sisters of

the Holy Family.' ':
Although strict secrecy shrouded
bis schedule. Vatican sources said

it was not likely he would have

hi?, first interview with Pope Pius
XII today as bad been expected.
There was n. reason given.
Tht cardinal's arrival was a

psychological victory for Catholic

ism in its ideological oatue wun
Communism for the 75 million

church members who live behind

the Iron and Bamboo Curtains'

. Vatican sources said the mi mi-jor
jor mi-jor purpose of the visit would be
a "thorough 1 examination" ef
possible ways of improving the

situation ef Poland a 29 million
Catholics under the yoke v ef
Communism. '' 1 f' '

- Relations between '" the Roman

Catholic Church and the Warsaw

government have improved slowly

smco wiadyisiaw uomuiica,

Communist who has steered Po

land somewhat out of the Soviet

orbit, rose to power in October.

Wyszynski himself was allowed

to resume his duties as primate

after three years under arrest. :

Since the cardinal is the only

church primate to get out of an

Iron Curtain country since Com Communism
munism Communism swept Eastern Europe aft

er World War II, he can supply

invaluable guidance to church -officials
here. ;

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Col. UndDrddil As
Isl Ballslion Head

t.t ctiL llovd A, Brown haa

heen named to replace Lt. coi.

Conrad RUnderdahl aa com
tnnndlnv officer Of the 1st Bat

taUon, 20th Infantry Regiment,

eff etctve May 15, it was an
nounced by 20th Infantry Head

quarters this week.

nmnn who haa been chief of

t.hi n uu ana oDerauuiw iuti-

slon, G-3, VS. Army Caribbean,
nrtii rinort next Wednesday to

assume command of the battal battalion.
ion. battalion. A battalion parade at 10:30
a.m. will mark the ehangmg of

commanding officers.

TTnrfrdah' who lias been in

pommsind of the battalion since

Mav of last year, Is to be reas

signed to the States In July.
mi Thursdav. Mav 16. Blown

will leave with his battalion for

the Rio Hato military reservation
to engage In six week of Inten

sive field training.
US Loan Initiates
Erection Of Hey
Brazilian Capital
'mi cwTNflTO'N. Mav 10 (UP)

The Board of Directors of the Ex Export
port Export Important Bank announced
here today the'award of a $10,000,-

000 loan to Brazil xor nuuswis w

construction of that itepuDuea

prujected new capun, orui.
fm.. au win finance Brazilian

k.... f iTnited States metal

lurgical and electrical equipment
for the Brasilia project. .,
The bank'r announcement sato
thst the first news of the loan was

transmitted this mpnumr to f rres-

Iiimma tnn ivuDiisciicii ui v

rw .;: bv United States Am

bassador Ellis Briggs nd Lynn
U. Stambaugh,- a vice president of
the bank. . . Ju,ii

It was empnasizea
the losn is important to taitiate

the project, Brazilian source,

carry tne major u -nancing.

Mexican Sfudenfs
To Attend Festival
In Soviet Capital

MEXICO CITY. Mav 10 (UPWI

a university student said today
that the Mexican delegation to the

sixth world Youth Fesival to be

hnid in Moscow July 28 to August
11, will travel to the Soviet capi-

Law student Jose Guerra Gurre-

ro, who said he will be the head

of the Mexican group, announced

that the Mexican students will al

so travel to Communist China, Po Poland,
land, Poland, .Czechoslovakia, Hungary and

other -countries of the "peoples'

democracies." j;

Guerrero, who has been noted

for his Marxist ideas since his

high school days, said he had al already
ready already informed Interior Minister
Ai.gei Carvajal about his trip,

'because we don't want to have

any difficulties at the time of

boarding the plane fori Moscow,"

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will you be receiving top quality, high fashion clothes, but you
will be contributing to the economic growth of your country.
Start asking your favorite store owner about fashions from
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LIMA. Peru. Mav 10 (UP)

flanking operations throughout Pe

ru were crippled -today by a strike
involving 8,000 members' of the
Bunk Employes ; Federation who

demand higher pay and fringe
efits.. J-,";-- -F-.-'.-

The local branches of American

and other foreign banks were af

fected. Only the Central Bank

(Banco de la Republica) and oth

er government banks functioned
normally.-.: ;:;.
Lima banks were manned by

skeleton staffs consisting of the

executive personnel. They attend attended
ed attended themost urgent business.' in

cluding payroll needs. '

Steel-helmeted troops and mount

ed police with sabres guarded

banks and. bankers homes. They

jrould not allow automobiles to

park near any bank building.

me Labor Ministry declared the

strike illegal saying the strikers

bad rejected a compromise solu

tion suggested by the Ministry.

&tnke leaders said the solution

took into consideration only three

of the eleven demands made. They
uid the walkout would continue
Indefinitely until the demands are

met.

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Dams, Irrigation
More Than Double
Mexican Harvests

1 MEXICO CITY, May 10 (UP)
The government's irrigation pro program
gram program has paid off with a 1956-87
harvest valued at 8352,000,000 or

two and a half times more, than

These figures, released today in
a report by Hydraulics Resources

Minister Eduardo Chavez, cover
only areas irrigated by ,. federal
rrvjects. ... v i
Chavez said extension of areas
irrigated by the federal program
increases at the rate of 2,500 a
errs per working day.
Mam crops harvested have been

; cotton, wheat, corn, sugar, cane.

Deans, rice, tomaioes ana caici
peas.
Chavez said construction of five
important new dams will get un underway
derway underway this year.
They will be the EI Marquez
dam on the Tehuantepec river in
Otxaca, El Chique dam on the
Juchrpila river in Zacatecas, the
AUaaga dam en the Zahuapan riv river
er river in Tlaxcala. the Guadalupe dam
oa the Papigochi river in Chihua Chihuahua
hua Chihuahua and El Tunal dam on El Tn Tn-nal
nal Tn-nal river in Durango.
The minister also said another
120 smaller irrigation projects are
nesnng completion throughout the
country.

Today, Friday, May 10
PJW.
4:00 Feature Review

t:30rWhat's Your Favorite (re

, . quests taken by phone

uu 3:J0)
8:30 News 1

:35 What's Tour Favorite

(cont'd)
6: 00 Allen Jackson. Commen
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6:15BLUE RIBBON SPORT8

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Top Tones of the week
(WRUL) a
7 ; 00 Thirty-Minute The atet
' (BBC) s

7:30 VOA Report from U8.
1:00 Music By Roth

8:30 Short Story Theater

9:00 You Asked For It (re

quests taken by phone

tUL7:30) '

0:30 You Asked For It (re

10:30 Cavalcade Of America

11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Offv

Tomorrow. Saturday, May. 11

6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
' Club (requests taken

' ; by phone till 7:00) -7:30
Jazz Salon
8:15 The Christophers -8:30
Musical Reveille
9:00 News
9:13 Bonjour Mesdames
9:30 As I See It
10:00 News -10:03
Spins And Needles (re-

' quests taken by phoni

, tlU 8.30)
11:00 News s '

11:05 spins And Needles

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11:30 Journey Into Space

12:00 News -
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1230 New Tune Time
1:00 News V
1:15 Serenade in Blue :
1:30 Wayne King serenade
2:00 Old New Orleans tu : v
2:15 Rhythm And Reason ?
2:30 Parts Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music FOr Saturday
4:00 Feature Review - ;
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quests taken by. phone

tin. 3:00) ,; ;,
:30 News V:

f.35 What's Your Favorite

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6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

" REVIEW (Pabst'Beerr
6:30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Do It Yourself "
7:00 Much-Binding -7:30
VOA Report from U.S. U.S.-6:00
6:00 U.S.-6:00 Saturday Night Dancin;
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9:00 Your Hit Parade r
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Sunday To 0:,:!isls

Dr. Clarence Jones, resident of

tne world Kadio Missionary Fel Fellowship,
lowship, Fellowship, will be presented at the
First Baptist Church of Balboa
Heights during the services this

Sunday.

- Mme 30 years ago tr. Jones a
long with Rev. Larson and. Rev.

Clark, established, the first i mis

sionary broadcasting station, H.C.

J.B., of Quito, Ecuador. It has

row grown to be the largest and

one of the most effective mission

ary stations in the w o r 1 d. Dr

Jones is well; known to former
church members as' vacation pas pastor
tor pastor who filled the pulpit In -1 h e

absence of the regular pastor on

several occasions.

Dr. Jones will lead in prayer at

the Mother's Day service at 10:40

bunday morning, pastor wiuiam

H. Beeby will be preaching on the
subject "The Sincerity of a Chris

tian Mother,' All mothers in the

congregation will be recognized

with a special token prepared by

the young people. The v Mother's

Dpy service is preceded by the
Sunday School of eight departments

with a class for every age group.

At the evening service at 7:30,

Dr. Jones will be presenting', the

message along with a report of

the' trends in missionary radio and
medical work. The evening serv service
ice service is preceded by the training u-

niun which meets at 6:30. Every

one is invited to the services; nurs
eries are available for every pub public
lic public service ;

Quote Unquote

By UNITED PRESS

President Dave Beck, on a Senate

investigation of his personal use

oi union tunas:

This don't bother me in the

SNAPPY STYLE Overexposure to spring fashions developed
into the camera-and-finsh unit motif for the hat Eve Joyner is
wearing as she snaps a picture at the Photo Fair in London,
England. More than 70 exhibitors, from all parts of the world,
are displaying photographic equipment ait the show. ;

Met Star Ezio Pihia Dies Of Strc!:o;

Colorful Basso Wdrv Fame In Musitul

STAMFORD", Conn.," May 101 the former Doris Leak, in 1938

(UP) v Operatic "bassw EzloK when she was a dancer with

Plnza. who scored his greatest the Metropolitan.

success ,af ter he left the ; staid f In 1940 Miss Leak and Plnza

Metropolitan Opera House for, were married. It was the second
Broadway musicals, died at hia marriage lor the operatic star.

home here yesterday;

rinza, oo, naa suiierea iinree

slightest, degree. It's all part if f6 lastust but his

he lob. The fact of the matter is

I'm. three- and a half .pounds hea

vier than I was three weeks ago."

WASHINGTON Special presi

Bart LANCASTER in
"THE KENTUCKIAN''
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BARBARA STANWYCK
Barry Sullivan in

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J "MAVERICK pUEEN'

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on returning from a 59-day tour

"I was surprised at the confi

dence of "the governments and
people in that area : as to t h e
hign moral purposes of what the

United States is trying to do."

MADISON. Wis. Wisconsin

state Rep. Alvin E. O'Konski,. on

a successor to the late ben. .. Jo

seph McCarthy:
- J,The voters elected Joe Mc

Carthy and his philosophy for six

years there is no one who could
represent his point of view better

than Jean McCarthy, the sena4

tor's widow. '

BRAZORIA COUNTY, Tex.-Na-

ttonal Guard Lt. Darrell Wind Windham,
ham, Windham, on the reluctance of about

100 families to leave their homes

despite flood waters: :
Many of them have water in inside
side inside their little ramshackle homes
but they still -wont leave. Some
of them are out of food, but they
are still hanging on. They "say
titey have to take care of their
chickens, a cow. a horse or a

death dame unexpectedly.. Just

one week ago, the matinee idol's
wife said he "was resting com comfortably."
fortably." comfortably."

pmza was a star for the Met

rical envoy James P. Richards, K05tan, 20 years, when .he

In the Broadway musical ''South

Pacific" opposite ',' Mary Martin.
His last musical on Broadway was

"Fanny." .
- He became a "new star" over

night the Idol of bobby-soxers,
housewives,. ; grandmothers

and men of ail ages.
J Pinta 'was a silver-haired
grandfather at the time of his
Broadway success and upset
the stereotyped concept of "the
Jover," He later went on to
score another romantic success
In the movie "Mr. Imperium,"
opposite-Lana Turner. --w
, Born the son of a carpenter In
Rome, Italy: on May 18, -1802,
Pinza made his singing debut
with a provincial opera company
at Soncino and was an immedi immediate
ate immediate success."-,
After World War I he Joined

an opera company and scored
successes all over Europe. The

Metropolitan signed him up in!
1926 where he' became a favorite

In "Don Giovanni," "Faust,

"The Marriage; of Figaro'

other operas. v
Pinza met his -present wife,

Christian Leader f
Warns That Church

Must Evangelize

4. :'!,
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Three children were born of this

union. Plnza also had a daugh daughter
ter daughter by his first marriage and be became
came became a grandfather in 1949
when she had a son.
- Pinza suffered his first strode
while on vacation at a villa at
Cervia, Italy, last-August It end ended
ed ended his career. i; :y
1 Upon his return to the United
States he learned he never would
be able to sins; again, in Decem December,
ber, December, he suffered his second at attack.
tack. attack.
pinza was placed in an oxyn
tent at bis home after his third
attack last month and later was
reported slightly Improved.

MADRID, May 10 (UP) A

twin engined Spanish ariliner

caught' fire and crashed last night
while attempting a landing. All

37 persons aboard were ku.ed.

The Bristol craft carried 32 pas

sengers ana five crewmen, none

and believed to be American. An of-

Iiciai BlULeilieiii il u in uie kuvciu-
or's office said there were no sur survivors.
vivors. survivors.

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SAXTA CRn 7:45

BUCK HILL FALLS, PS. May
10 UP) An Asian church lead leader
er leader Said today christians have
lost their "sense of urgency" a a-bout
bout a-bout the "unfinished task" of
winning the world to Christ.
Dr. D. T. Nlles of Ceylon, head
of the, Evangelism Department

of the World Council of Church Churches,
es, Churches, warned VS. Protestant lead

ers that this is no time Tor rest

ing on their oars. -,

The events of the world sre

moving at a terrific pace," he
said, "and we are already seeing
the calamities that are in store
for us If the obedience cf the

church does not keep pace with
the events of history."
Nifes spoke before th an annual
nual annual meeting of the U.S. Con-
- ference for the World Council
of Churches. Leaders of 32 ma-
- jor Protestant denominations
are attending the, three-day
meeting here.
Nlles said Christian evangel evangel-Ism
Ism evangel-Ism seems to be suffering from a
lack of "conviction that anyone
needs to be evangelized." He said

this can be traced to a reaiiza-i

tion that "the performance tf

the Christian community in 're
moral and religious living shows il

herents of other

But he pointed ont

' tlans are not called upon toi

preaoh the claim .that they are
i better than anyone else.
I "The authority of the evanrel evanrel-,
, evanrel-, 1st lies not tn what nas happen happened
ed happened to him but In what has hap happened
pened happened to the world," he said.
"God has loved the world In Je Je-isus
isus Je-isus Christ, and Jesus has died

for the world. ..EvangeUjon be-

' comes ompnlslve on those who

know this truth."

Military Air Transport Service

C121 "Constellation" flights from

Charleston Air 'Force Base, South

Carolina, will start landing soon
at Howard Air Force Base.
Tht 1'Big Connies" have1 been
landing at Albrook Air Force
Bse since mid-December while
the runway and parking apron at
Hcward AFB were being repaired.
With the project completed, the
Cl21's will again operate trom
Howard. -. " -.
MATS rnas "approximately 14
flighU monthly to the C a n a 1
Zone, ''

The plane gave a sudden shaks
and caught fire while approach approaching
ing approaching the runway of Barajas Airport
and then crashed in flames. Air Airport
port Airport officials said the pilot either
was unaware of any trouble or the
plane's radio was out of order.
There was no contact with the
airport control lower, they said.
firemen and ambulances were
rushed to the crash scene, but res rescue
cue rescue crews- were unable to drtg
any survivors from the blazing
wreckage. ; :
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from the northwestern shrine city

of Santiago de Compost els. Eye

witnesses said it seemed to catch
fire in midair and crash in a flam flaming
ing flaming besp. ul '.' .' .

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AGUASCALIENTES. MEXICO,

Mty 10 (Uf) upposmon rany
nf National Action. (PAN) asked

today for a Mexican .v president
"really elected by the : Mexican

people."
The party, which ended yester yesterday
day yesterday its national convention here,
also called oa all Mexican men
ai'd women to register for" next
year's, presidential elections. : . :
Delegates from 28 Mexican
states adopted the following reso-

Hinons in preparauuu iw uw uj
IS58 elections: "...

I. A nation wide-drive will
ttarted immediately o urge eve every
ry every Mexican citizen to register,
and registration methods, will be

, U.S. ARMY CARIBBEAN has received the above plaque, the
..ward of Honor from the National Safety Council for 1956.
-e plaque, signed by President Ned H. Dearborn states that ;
v awacd 4s presented for outstanding safety performance,';
. was only through the best efforts of every member of thej
ummafid that this honor was achieved, Maj Gen. Thomas L.:
.Harrow,-commanding 'general, declared Ins message-to all
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agv Rpger Greene Will Take

VowJ At St. Luke's. Tomorrow,

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Opposition Party In Mexico
Wants Real 'Elected Prexy

carefully watched, "in erde r
that for the first time In tho hi
.ory'of Mexico, tho country may
have a complete and 1 real na
tional registration of voters."
"This is an' Indispensable requi requisite
site requisite for the designation of a presi president
dent president really elected by the people,'!

the resolution said, ,.

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2. Special emphasis will be giv given
en given to the organization' of youth
groups throughout the country.
,;p "V-:u f i;.V.Ar" ; ''"'T-tP'
3. The" women's groups within
the party will receive intensive po political
litical political orientation and will be, un under
der under 'the direct leadership of the
. ,' .. .. V

REV. JIOGER n. GREENS ;

: The ordinand has spent most
of his life on the Isthmus and
haa been active in the Amer
lean Legion and in the Masonic
fraternity. His ? father "wat

' comptroller of the Panama

Canal.. '','

Fr. Greene was admitted to the
bar in the Republic of Panama

and on the Canal zone and was

employed for many years at the
Administration Building, Balboa
Heights, In the Claims Branch.
Mrs. Greene is the former Leah
Waldman who came to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus as a missionary of the Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal Church and served at the

Bella Vista Children's Home and
later as director of relielous ed

ucation. She" has been active in

tne order of the Eastern Star.

Fr. Greene has been assisting
the Dean ,0f the CathedraHte CathedraHte-side
side CathedraHte-side serving as treasurer of the
diocese. Bishop. Gooden will an announced
nounced announced his new assignment in
the near future. ...

BlshOo R. Heber Gooden, an

nounced today that he will ad-
vance the Rev; Roger H. Greene,
a deacon, to the order of priest priesthood
hood priesthood in the "Cathedral of St.
Luke, Ancon tomorrow morning
at 9. i
The sermon will "be preached
by the Ven. Lemuel B., ShliJey,
. Archdeacon of Panama,' and the
ordinand will be presented to

Vj .. Bishop Gooden by the Very Rev.

. juainert J. tr ciersoii, ucuu oi w
V Cathedral.- Dr," Townsend will
read the preface to the order
and the Litanlst will be the Rev.
Jesse K. Renew.
The Epistoler will be the Ret.
W. W. Baldwin and the Gospeler
will be the Rev. John Spear. Fr.
Farmer and Fr. Spalding willact
, as servers; Fr. Blake the- almo almoner
ner almoner and Fr.-Wentt the crucifer.
' Lewis Wood will be second cru crucifer,
cifer, crucifer, the choir of the cathedral
will sing the-service, and Dean
Peterson will be master of cere-
, monies. . i n

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4. The participation oi tne party
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will be decided in the next nauon

al convention, the date of which
will be announced at a future date

bv the Executive, National Com
mittee.
1 1. Profwnd study of all Moxi Moxi-co'
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fore bo-fore tho next national convon convon-t'on
t'on convon-t'on "in erdor te eropare a well well-.thought
.thought well-.thought .out govornmont pro-
U.' .: a v. : ,U; Ui- j1'''- 7m.

Party President Alfonso. Ituarte
Servin, said in a closing speech
that "we are creating a great force

which will be decisive In .the dea

Unies of tho country." ;

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HcinToTitles.v
Plans To Continue
Working In Plant
London; laijr w wp
George Ian Murray, a $58a-weelc
assistaat plant manaeer. wotce

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- Murray was a distant cousin of

the duke.'. -. I

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viscounties, two marqulsates
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PRESIDENT AND MRS. DE LA GUARDIA FETED
AT BANQUET GIVEN BY DIPLOMATIC CORPS ;
' Members of the Diplomatic Corps accredited "to Panama
and tbeir wives will give a banquet in honor of the President
of Panama Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. and Mrs. de la Guardia
at the Union Club tonight.

-.
. Departing Doctor
- ; Pared At Quarry Height4
'' Col. E. A. Cleve. Chief of Medi

' c.al Service at Gorgas Hospital, is
'rv to be the guest of honor at a cock

le H tad party this evening at tne yuar

i ry Heights Officers' Club, given

1 by hii associates in the Medical
T Service and Chiefs of Services. In-

. vitations have been issued to ap

proximately sixty guests.

Col. Cleve is to leave the Canal

- Zone at the end of the month for
' tha States and will be stationed at

Camp Dix, New Jersey.

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l News Editor
Of Cello. Paper
Miss Shirley Mae Eddy, a Jun Jun-'
' Jun-' ior at San Francisco State Col College,
lege, College, was elected news editor of
the College, newspaper, The Gold Golden
en Golden 'Gator. At the Board of Publi Publications
cations Publications Banquet this year she was
.awarded the trophy for the Best
News Story of 1956. She also re represented
presented represented the college at the Jour Journalism
nalism Journalism Conference held in San Jo Jose,
se, Jose, California. Shirley is a grad

uate of Parkrose High School in

Portland, Oregon, attended Balboa
Junior College, Northeastern Uni University
versity University in Boston, and the Univer University
sity University oi Redlands in California. She
worked in the advertising depart department
ment department of the Christian Science Mo Monitor
nitor Monitor in Boston. Miss Eddy will ar arrive
rive arrive in Cristobal June 17 to spend

the summfer vacation with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddy of

Gatun.
Bon Voyage
Coffee Party

A Bon Voyage coffee party will

be given by the Board 01 the Cris

tobal Woman s Club on Monday,
at 10:30 a.m. in the Red Cross
rooms in Cristobal for Mrs. Esther

Bullock and Mrs. G. S, Zimmer

man. Friends interested in attend

ing should call Mrs. A. L. Logan,

3-1921, or Mrs. William Grady, 3
1435.

Cristobal Imblem

Club

The monthly business meeting of

the' Cristobal Emblem Club No. 52

was held at the Elks Home On

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able available in ladles; dresses,' skirts and blouses will soon
be available at your favorite store. These fine
fashions will be exquisitely tailored by DONREE
ENTERPRISES OF PANAMA, INC.
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Merchants or Panama you are'' welcome to visit
Donree any time see what we are doing and get
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Tuesday. The following ladies were
present:- Mesdames .Virginia ; Rus Rus-son,
son, Rus-son, Betty Merry. Dorothy La'
Coix. Dotha Coucner, Mary Liv

ingston, Fanny Kaplan,' Mary Nell

Sanders, ueraiame ueiiucci, ine

res Lowe, Elm a Sheibe, G w e n

DeTore, Gerturde Allgaier, Midge
Larrison and Jeanne Bensen. The
white elephant was won by G wen
DeTore and the come-and-get it
was won by Mrs. Connard who
w absent. t
Plans Made r
For Do-lt-Yourself
Sewing Social
- The Ft. Gulick NCO Wives Club
held their regular monthly busi business
ness business meeting Tuesday e en ing
wth the Mrs. Hester Hartley, pre presiding.
siding. presiding. ;

Mrs. Gilberts Brown was elect elected
ed elected to the Board of Governors to
fill a vacancy.
Plans were made for a "Do It
Yourself Sewing" Social to be
held May 15.; Each member is ask

ed to wear sometnmg tney
made themselves.

Each aetlce for .inclusion in this
1 Column should be submittad in
tyae-writtea form and mailed oe
the box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or deliveivd
by hand to the office. Notices of
. meetings cannot be accented by
telephone..
Orchid Chapter ;
Meets Tonight i
A stated meeting of Orchid Chap

tor No. 1 Order of the ) Eastern
Star will- be held this evening at

7:30, at the Scottish Rite Temple

Balboa.
Refreshments will be served aft after
er after the meeting.

Cristobal Woman's Club-.
Executive .Board
Moots Monday

The Executive Board of the Cris

tobal Woman's Club will meet at

9 a.m. Monday, m the Red cross

rooms in Cristobal.

Members who attended were the
Mtsdames: Clara Hollenbaugh,

Candy Gardner, Gilberts Brown,

Guild Of Organists
Moot Monday

Isthmian Chapter American

Guild of Orsamsts will meet on

Monday, at the Church of Jesus

Christ of the Latter Day Saints,

Balboa Road. Balboa, at 7:30

p.m. There will be an opportunity
to see and to play the new organ
and members are asked to bring

have .music.

Following tne meeting at me
church a business meeting and so social
cial social hour will be held at the home
ot Mrs. E. R. MacVittie, 521, An-

con All memDers are urgea 10 i-

Kita Gomez, Lee Hunter, Josephine, tend as this is the last meeting

Orsmi, Louise Sanderson, j ranees
Gdbert, AUce Stachowiak, Betty
Townsend, Irmgard 1 Morrison, Ar-

ne Stroup, Viola iiirn, ana Hes

ter Hartley.
Mrs. Viola Hirn won the "white

elephant."

Refreshments were served by:
Mrs. Alice Stachowiak, Mrs. Irm Irmgard
gard Irmgard Morrison, and Mrs. Betty
Townsend.

Isthmian Rebekah
Clt b To Hold
Cord Party -
The Isthmian Rebekah Club No.
i will hold a card party Monday
i-the Wirz Memorial Balboa
Road. Balboa starting at 12 noon.

: Refreshments will be served.
The hostess U Mrs. Inex Hobson,

All proceeds wiu go to cnanty.
Cristobal Legion
Auxiliary
Installation
The Elbert S. Waid, Unit No, 2
ol the American Legion Auxiliary
will hold their Installation of offi officers
cers officers tonlghi. ti will be a covered
dish dinner J All members are cor cordially
dially cordially Invited.- f i
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until fall.

Pat -Morgan
Gordon Club

A' special meeting of the Pat
Morgan Garden Club win be held

on Monday at- tne itamDow vny

Sttidv Hall at 7:30 D.m.

All members are asked to be on

time

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VISITING OFFICIAL AT THE BUILDING Mrs? Beth Kveton, National President. of the Veterans of Foreign Wara Auxiliary
(center) who la making an official TisitUo he Canal Zone, was. received by Lt Governor Hi W. fichull In his office at Balboa
Heights Wednesday. She was accompanied by Mrs Alta Lee J uryea, who is her aecretary and off iclals' from the local auxil auxiliary
iary auxiliary chapters. From left to right are Mrs." Duryea; Mrs. Louise A; Witzlg; President of Auxiliary 3822, of Curundu; Mrs. Mar Mar-karet
karet Mar-karet Hoober, Senior Vice President of the same chapter Mrs,? Kveton, Colonel fichullr Mrs. Essie Taylor, Junior Vice Presi President
dent President r Mrsi Margaret Rybickl, Past President of Auxiliary 3822; ajnd Mrs. Betti Jeanne Micek, ; Past President f 3rlstobaI
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BA Police Nah
14 Members of
Prostitute Ring

' BUENOS .AIRES, May 10 "(UP)

Police announced today that
Dersons. including nine F r e n e

men., were arrested as memDers

of an international white slave

rine specializing In the traffic of

cmstitutes to Caracas. Venezuela.

Aetine in cooperation with the

International Police (Interpol), Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina authorities arrested the al

leged ring leaders Auguste josepn

Rieord. auas Lucien raanus utr-

relies alias Andre Corin and Jo

se Oberto,- aliss Angel Albadole-

jo, both wanted In Franed f a r
war crimes. -,- -v
The ring operated nouses of

prostitution in Buenos Aires, in
interior nrovinces and In Brazil

ana shipped prostitutes to Caracas

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Talking With Teen-Agers
-'y -it T iiv' .t A. i V A i i si i' "i
Requires Parental Tact

H JUST can't 'seem to talk to

my 15-year-old daughter," a moth mother
er mother writes. .

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stay on easy conversational terms cism may-be resented,

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thev ask ouesUons. the kids feell t" m parom iriea w ue ijeipnii,

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Episcopalians Hold :
Gardin Ptirly ShU r

An evenine of 'fun Is in store

for all who attend the annual gar garden
den garden nartv to be sponsored by St.

Cbristopher's Episcopal Church to

morrow from 7:30 p.m. 10 i a.m.
at the Paraue Infantil Gringo de

la Guards; 8th street, Pataue Le-j

fevre.v ,v -, -- k-

Them will be music lor.aancing:

games, pastry ana sanawicnes on

sale ;-A and a variety of Tefresh-

ments ana surprises.
Tickets may be obtained from

any member of the varioua church
organizations and from the church

vestry,-;.

. Cecilia I U Crowned
Plana are now completed for- the

coronation of Cecilia I. winner of

the recent flower contest sponsor

ed bv the Sunday School.

The Queen will be crowned at

the Church, in a ceremony begin

ning at 8 p.m. on Friday, May 17.
Following tha coronation program'.

there will be dancing and the sale

I M refreshments, etc.

Tickets for -this event are now

on sale, and may be obtained from
toe Church School teachers.-;-'-

Secret Servicemen :
Seek truck Driver
On Smuggling Count
NUEVO LAREDO, Mexico, May
10 (UP Police and, secret service-agents
started a statewide
search today for a truck driver
wanted for questioning in the dis dis-covry
covry dis-covry of 536,000 rouads of contra contra-hand
hand contra-hand ammunition. '-
The driver escaped In a running
gun battle with -customs officers
yesterday after they confiscated
his trUler truck loaded with -the
ammunition, mostly J22 caliber ri rifle
fle rifle shells." : :
Police said the escaped driver
was believed wounded in the ex exchange
change exchange of shots.
They said the customs agents
stepped the truck' on a tip that the
ctnraband would be brought into
Mexico through thjs border city..

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inm atnlAenanfr nil inn rtfian

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- So. there. is "a"! special art or
knacka parent has to learn in ot

ter to keep conversations between

parent- and dolescent friendly and

iree-iiowing.
When 1 your daughter a ilsii
Home "from a party;' don't lay
brightly, 'Now tell me all about
the party .".Chances "are that will

only get you a gloomy, '"There's

nothing much to tell." ' 5, -.
Asking a teen-ager to tell you
"everything" about a n v t h 1 n c

makes him shut, up like a clam. ;
- they'lC tsLLyou i
IF you Want to hear all about

the party, ask one unimportant lit

tle question, and h chances are I a
lot of information wilt follow. f

If you want to know more about

your daughter's' friends, don't ask

a lot of prying questions that in

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if they are the, "right sort". If you

don't appear to be eager to dis-4

approve, your child won't feel she

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friends against your criticism..

wnen a teen-ager confides Mn

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throat. Hear the storv out and

then gently ask "Don't ;you think!

it migntnave been better ni you

bad done such and such?" You'll
hear a lot more Confidences if you
can keep your reactions from put putting
ting putting your adolescent child on the
defensives. . j

It take tact and patience and:

understanding to keep the lines of
communication open between ,va
parent and a; teea age .. son on

daughter. But it can be done.

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Social and Xjlherwii

Mother's Day ; j,
Dine At USO-JWB ,'
A Mother'i Div Dance has been

arranged by the USO-JWB Armed

i orces Service Center for bunaay,
beginning at 8:15) p.m. ;
Not an empty gesture to moth mother,
er, mother, the. USO-JWB will have pres present
ent present its Mother of the Year, Mrs.
David de Castro, who will preside
over the dance. "Miss Essie," ts

tn GrcL-p Tours
On Federal Funds
DclcnCvd Dy StS3
WASHINGTON. May 10 (UP)

The State Department muster mustered
ed mustered nn lone-hair laneuane today

'SJTOg mm Dynsmils Dj:IJis

ill is called by many -jl'htr

"bovs."'. has truly been a mother

t.i manvi having served on the

committee ot management of the
USO-JWB sinci. -before World War

II. With her husband, "Miss Essie"
has seen her boys develop into

young men in the Army, march
off to war, return wisened men of
the world to find their notch in

liie's society; She has often heard,
vlr letters, from her boys, who

w'th"-their wives and family nev never
er never fail to remember, hep, on." spe special
cial special occasions.
Servicemen and their dependents

a.e cordially invited to be present

at the dance and pay moute w
thfcor own mother through. USO

JWB s Mom-of-the-Vear. Mrs. Es

sie de Castro. i .:..', ;

Husband Suspected

lespie is not only

"frozen.''

cooi uux

' It sent a letter to feen. Styles "-""-"J T WTV

BriaKes tR-Wtt oeienwM .-Ml0 COT)

use or ieaera.i imiua mi kuu -r-';? KOi ainPPt
u. .i(ona ruiieKDie Charles Sexton, 58, sougW since

, on i "cultural" tour abroad.

Bridges is a member of the
Sen-ate Appropriations Commit Committee
tee Committee that is casting a critical eye
on these activities. 5 '
"The particular contribution
:.. made by jazz, and by the Gilles Gillespie
pie Gillespie group specifically, is that of
a musical form uniquely Amer American
ican American in origin, evoking a special
response from new and otherwise
unrespjonsive groups," the de department
partment department said gravely. t
"To the young people In almost
. every country jazz represents
freedom, vitality and a new kind
of expression. ,

"The department believes that
substantial benefits have accrued

to the United States as a result
of the Gillespie tours; and those
of other similar groups." i;

Latin' America-Europe
promotion planned -"
by Pan American
(PA-O Vigorous promotion
and advertising of : Mexico and
uiher Latin American lands is
proposed by Pan American World
Airways in Europe ; and the
united States if it is permitted
to fly a proposed Mexico City City-New
New City-New York route. '

Linking of the two cities would
enable Pan American to offer

cirect. single.carrJer, service on

ward from its transatlantic
gateway to Europe, and south southward
ward southward from Mexico City along its
. existing routes through Central

America, Panama and South A-
merica.'". 1 -.. -j
A Civil Aeronautics Board
examiner has recommended that

Pan American be- authorized to
fly the route.-Final decision by
the CAB is expected soon.
. Pan American now maintains
many sales offices In various
, European cities which could be
used most effectively in pro promoting
moting promoting travel to Mexico and
other Latin American countries
according to PAA officials.
In its application for permis

sion to fly the route, Pan A A-merican
merican A-merican pointed out that 'Its
other Latin- American' routes,

tied In with th Mexico City City-Mew
Mew City-Mew York link,, would enable it

to offer very attractive circle

. tours including Mexico and such

additional points of tourist In

terest as Guatemala, the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal, Caracas, San Juan

Havana, Merida and Caribbean

- islands.

in his preliminary recom

mendation. CAB examiner' Ed Edward
ward Edward T. Stodola strongly sup sup-,
, sup-, ported Pan American's argu

ments tnat it would be able to
provide the best Mexico-United

States service because of PAA's
long experience In meeting the

demands of, International, trar
lers.

"Pan "American 'Isthe only
applicant which ean effectively

eartKipat in tne xnirape-Mex.

fco City market," Btodola also

aid.v

Pas American Is nropoginr to

ffer four flights daily on the

Mexico City-New- Yorr route.
Two of them would be nonstop.

while the others would make

en atOB at Washineton.

: PAA officials estimated that
some 4,440 passengers a year

- would fly the route at first witn
some 14,000 of the-n being Mex

ico-Europe travelers

"Hi,

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Jl. Chrisloplier's: ;

Plan Molhsr's Day

Service On Sunday

4f V J

Soeclal services will mark the

observance of Episcopal oung
Churchmen Sunday at St. Chris

topher's Church,: Rio Abajo, on

Sunday. ,
The observance will begin with

Ho'y Communion at 6 a.m., fol followed
lowed followed by the Sung Eucharist and
Sermon at 7:30 a.m. At this service

ell the young people of the parish

mumon. '

All the mothers attending the T:

30 a.m. service are invjted' to a

'"offee hour" as the guests of the

young adults.

it i

The day's activities will close at

6. !0 p.m. with a special youth serv service
ice service to be conducted by the young

people themselves.-' The address

will be delivered by Dalton D

D.wns; the young people will Bing
the service, and Alfred Griffith,
Eugene Johnson, and Sydney

Xnorpe will ofticiate.
A general invitation is extended

tne community to attend these

services.

f e v y k v

MISS BETTY'J. NELSEN,' program coordinator's office,.' Head Head-quarters,,
quarters,, Head-quarters,, U.S. Army Caribbean, and Col. R. A. Jones, Jr., VS.
Army Caribbeari program coordinator, look, at Miss Nelsen's
'1,000 Hour Club" membership certificate which Jones present presented
ed presented to her-in ceremonies held recently at Fort Amador. Miss
Nelsen accumulated 1,000 hours of sick leave over a period of
12 years making her eligible for membership in the civilian
government-employe organization. (U.S. Army Photo)

FAGI gEVE

Mexico Displaying:
Cultural Progress
At 6th State Fair I
MEXICO CITY, May 10 (UPVS
The economic and cultural pro progress
gress progress of the state of Mexico will
be displayed for the next two
weeks at the Sixth Mexico State
Fair inaugurated by Education Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Jose Angel Ceniceros. 1
The exposition displays the pro pro-giess
giess pro-giess achieved by the state in ln
dustry, agriculture, education, pd
pular arts and crafts, road build

log, coiuiiiunicaiiuiiB wu iiuf
hrts.
"The exposition was organized
w'th a profound human feeling
and reflects perfect coordination
of state and federal government a
gencies in the realization of pub public
lic public programs," Ceniceros said;taj
bis speech officially inaugurating
tht fair; 'IS

TitPsHnv in the dvnamite slay

ines m Arkansas of his estranged
wife and her 5-year-old son, was
captured today in a police trap
sprung by three women who vol volunteered
unteered volunteered to "play detective."
Sexton denied planitng explo explosives
sives explosives beneath the bed of his wife
vrina, sa. a.nri her son bv a for

mer marriage, Charles Bittinger,

at Paragould, Ark, as signea pa papers
pers papers permitting t Arkansas au authorities
thorities authorities to extradite him., i--sexton
was captured o "P

from his' nephew, James Sexton.
The nephew said he received a.
telegram from Sexton Wednes-i
day, sent from Murphysboro, 111.,
asking for bus fare. The i nephew,
terrified at the thought, his un-'
cle might come to Gary, notified
police and left home..
Police enlisted the help of
two neighboring women. O";
watched the Sexton' home and

planned 10 IUCK on nw iivn-w
-fight IfJSexton'a ancle appear.
ed. The other, watched for the
-porch, light $ni planneia U po

The plan worked. But before

authorities could get to v tne

inmu Htnn, left. Tne "two

women .caiiea anomer neignpu
woman and trailed Sexton on

foot, until thev tnet a policeman

.The officer arrested Sexton on

a temporary charge of carry in

a switcnDiaae mue, wcpuu
banned by a new Indiana? law.
Officers said Sexton denied be being,
ing, being, in Arkansas at the timeOf
tti hninbinff .' -s .'

Gary police said authorities In
Arkansas daim' they can prove
Sexton purchased 38 sticks of,

dvnamite. live- aeionaung cays

and three feet of fuse in Ken

nett. Mo., ar day: or, two before

the olast. i 4

MISS SHIRLEY MAE EDDY 1- Miss Eddy has been elected
news editor of "The Golden Gator; pe wspaper-of San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco SUte College, where she is a i-BJ?
Cristobal June if to spend the summer ;with -her parents Mr.
u i, and Mrs. Eddy of latun. - w

.v ubi uiidiii i iuRiNCE loriffer trust what we think with

tils UUl CUUUiail VW1JJUUS3I1VW

nas ne uvea ions 'enouga io mw
whnt h thinki himself, i ',

Jn this chaotic! state, he flings

to what the group- thinks as

ft a ittSSit tt wm u

daily, flights n

iaua!:quiuato i

'rKINOSTOM MOHTIOO BAT

VT:

1

it

a : msTHRR hn taken me : to

task for disapproving of fraterni

ties. --

Referring to my 'recent c o m m-menU
menU m-menU on them; he says.'Ona c-f
the freedoms Americans enjoy is
r-hnnkin their' own friends. Why

shouldn't a group of, young people
h nermltted to ioin' with Uiose of

Uieir preference and 'enjoy them-l

selves as tne majomy1 p i i if
Don't I you iirchoose your own
friends?" : ; :

Indeed' I do. lh
But my friends do not choose

toy. friends. -r ; :y;
That's the point of mV objection

to fraternites they do choose- a

drowning man clings to a v life
raft. He feels unsafe r unless he

wears what the group wears, goes
where the ffrouD goes and thinks

what the group t thinks, i At this

neriod of his development, any dif

ference from it threatens him ter

ribly.' r-'i.': 'v ''''..
if ir inv him. I understand this.

I .accent his dependence on his

ffroun but I do not glorify it. ;

l DON'T aDolaud bis Joining a

fraternity. I don't act as ; though

hi. lack of individuaUtv were, won

derful. I don't treat Ms state r oi
mnral feebleness ss a ; permanent

nn hut treat it for what it is a

temporary state, a step in nis pro pro-0s
0s pro-0s tnward maturitv.

- When we insist on glorifying the.

teen-ager s fear of being auiereni,

member's friends for him. in e
moment he joins one, he surren
ders that American freedom to ex exercise
ercise exercise his individual judgment on
k. 4airViiHtv nf i friend ana

UlV wi j
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turn him into one of those '.'Yes

men Vho -never develop any clear

: We have no more right to en-

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It's his special problem t h a tkourage adolescent dependence on

thm inm than we have to encou

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Mossadeq, Town's Wall
Elko, Alhajar Others:
In Seven Furlong Dash

Six third and fourth series imported thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds are scheduled to participate in the: featured
$650 seven furlong sprint tomorrow afternoon at
the President Remon racetrack. ?s..r.
Opulento, third in the recent President of the
Republic Classic, and Blakemere, an impressive
photo-finish winner last Sunday, are the' probable
mutuels favorites. i i

Town's Wall. Mossadeq, Elko

and Alha'ar. which will race in

Ifntry with Blakemere, complete

I the list of entries.

Opulento rates the favorite's role

tw!iii nf his pxcpllpnt third

IdIjipp finish in the gruelling one

mile and a nail jii.uuu aaaea rres

idct's Classic on May 1 after set set-tins
tins set-tins thp Dace for almost one mile,

Aleiandro Ycaza will do the boot

ing aboard Max Delvalle and Mar

cel Penso s star.

j Brake lining
1 ft' 1

Radiator hose
Spark, plugs

p
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Blakemere demonstrated that he
is bick id top form with a nose vic victory
tory victory over the vastly improved
Kadir over one mile and an eighth
last Sunday while turning the dis distance
tance distance in the good time of 1:53 3-5.
Hector Ruiz replaces Coneepcion
Kui7 in the Jose Mainien ace's
saddle.
Town's Wall, a fast closing third

behind Double Four and Kensing

ton over six furlongs his last time

out, should get substantial backing
in the mutuels. Favorite rider Bias
Aeuirre will try to get the Cuadra

Mexico's bread winner oacK in

the win column. i

Mossadeq, usually close up, Was

fifth in the President's Classic in

another dull performance. This

once classy, son of Flexton-Damia-

m hasn't won a race since outlast outlast-in?
in? outlast-in? Town's Wall in a photo to win
the New Year's Day Classic over

n mile in the track record time

of 1:37 4-5. Incidentally, Town's

Wa J hasn't won since either.

Elko, second behind Kensington

Liast Sunday, aopears to be out

classed here. Amado iredidio win

do the booting on Luis Iglesias'
sprintei -f.
Alhaiar, once one of the track's

be prospects, is another in- the
doldrums of an inexplicable slump
It has been months since this horse
has even finished second. Aurelio
Mena, a rider who has been ab

sent from the winner's circle even

lonsor than Alhajar, is slated to do

handle the reins.

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SO THAT WAS IT! Gene Fullmer aidn't' kho'iwh' hit

him in the fifth round at the Chicago Stadium, but will never'
forget, this picture of the left-hook;-to the jaw 'with Which ;
Sugar Ray Robinson regained middleweight title. 1

Race Track Graded Entries

P.P. Hor.

Jockty

Csmmtnt

lit. Race 6a. Sanaa Imp. 6 tt. Purse $400.00

Firat Race af the Double
l'-Amln Dldl S. Carvajal 113x Disappointed in last

Pool aleiaa

Oddi

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; Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

TIME TO SHINE Brooklyn

bas a new crowd-pleaser Gi Gi-no
no Gi-no Cimoll in left field and
the San Francisco lad primps

lor tne part beiore game time.

Rlscal
2 Grand Finish
3 Julie
4 Fablonet
5 Sandokan
6 Golden Corn
7 Garramuno

i 8 Esteban

9 Suntonner
10 Opulento

Grlmllda
Violin Viejo
Portal
El Profesor
Tangafitca
, Trirreme
CamberweU

Tnlly Bar

Joe's Fiddling

Blakemere. (e)

2 Amat

3 Curate v
4 Riscal
5 Arpegio
6 Ponton
7 Rada
8 Grlmalda

9 D. Duchess

JHernandez 97X" Not on recent form

B. BaeZa 108 -Would surprise
A, Ycaza 118 -Should make it here
J. Jimenez 110 Usually i close tip
J. Cadpgan 108 "Dangerous contender
F. Alvarez 110 -Jockey should nelp
A Credidio 105. -ph well in last'
J M. Bravo 108 Scrap materials

2nd. Raca "Spacial" Imp. 5 Ffli.Pur.. $650.00 Pool cloaaa
Second 'Race of f ha Double
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1 Fudge Girl V. Castillo 110 Cn run; don't -overlook
2 Aberargie B. Agulrre 110 Questionable performances
3 M. Patiente A. Credldio 100 -Would pay fat odds

4 Bluno E. Dario 100 Doesn't, belong here
5 Grand Finish R. Vasquez 120 Long overdue ;
6 Violin 'Viejo F. Alvarez 105 No. 1 contender
7 (Cor. Day F. Hidalgo 105 Improving slowly
8 (Display Song H. Reyes 110 Rider handicaps

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Gold Dust

-. By HERBERT MOISE

COLON Instead of the
"three R's" now beinjt studied in

school, we .who have v passed

through that stage of develop-

ment wiu deal with the "Busy

tts moxing ana DasKetDanj.
In boxing, the Colon Profes

slonal Boxing c Commission is

once again the center of a-controversy,'
The current issue re

volves around the rejection of a

program presented by promoter
Luis : 'Oraia; which had Rodolfo

(Beau Jack) Francis and Choco

late II as headlines Prior : to

OUT OF DOORS with

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SENSE AND THE SHOOTING
. STATUES L.

By WARREN PACE
. Shooting Editor-"

ONE nice thing about guns and

me nunung Dusmess jt has its

lighter moments.

the v Commission meeting on

Monday, it was hot around town
thatYhe fight had been aDDrov-

ed and the boys were Just watt watting
ing watting f or the .opening bell, r This
came as a result of newsnaner

publications and a local radio

broadcasts to the effect that all

was well...r .'. --

The practice of sending build

ups to the newspapers and radio! lory

stations before a fight Is becom becoming
ing becoming prevalent and on several oc occasions
casions occasions has .put the boxing com commission
mission commission .In a precarious position.
.. Daniel neleadn nnmlsh nrfw

aiexiny warned, uraigz.to ceas&

mis practice or lace the possi-

Mud and slush are nothing to

laugh at. but the muddv thmkinv

lonu. aiusny pianniuK oeing t none

by some of our legislators as thev

sweep into the end of the law
making season certinly is or

would be u it weren t so tragic

This past winter Connecticut

has had its legislative hoppers

stuffed with perhaps the greatest
collection of anti-gun bills, in his-

Inrv That's anmAthintf nf nan.

tecticut River is the heartland of

gunmaking in the United States,
prttty much has been such since

the days of the Pennsylvania rifle.

une would think that arms

hilitv m I fir,, i Po-'kgwlation from this ams-making
billty Of a fine in' the future-, .tSr- wnuM h fliiDH '.th nr.,!

tical wisdom: But it doesn't seem

to vary much, save 'for those few

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A. Ycaza 118 Rates good chance

O. Vasques 108x Early speed Only., ;
-.T. Gatlca 105 -Fetter this time J,:
,- ii Gutierrei 108x r-Cpuld make i np w
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2 Jai Alal J. M. Bravo 105 Form indicates
3 Tacera : E. Ortega 104 Good early speed

4 Plel de Asno A. Gomalez 100 Nothing to indicate
5-El Profesor A. Ycaza 415 Reportedly ready
6i-Metto O.- Sanchea 1U Returns improved

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1 OVMoon X CWngor 110 Hauiro-Risagra"

2 Ouacamaya.J. M. Bravo 105 Brief early speed
3 Sandokan B. Aguirrel 112 Seems "sure tfcing"
4 EI Pequefio A. Qonzles 103 Ran well in last

9 AageaiA J. rmilip xio may never win
8 Pancho L6pe 'A. Ycaza, 112 Birretin-Skn SoUei

Tang&nica H, Reyea ii i n was poor.

6tkr Raeo a. Sorloo

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ed started the usual commentaries a-

bout the possibilities of each boy

agaiuai uie omer ana toe com commission
mission commission also. In their own wsv.

W XL 1. T

wejKiiea tne Day s cnances and
could se to match 'in the affair.

The reasons for rejection are too

numerous to mention but in our
opinion the Colon board once a a-gain
gain a-gain demonstrated that the

betterment of boxln? i t.hpir

primary aim and goal."

- Basketball i

Since boxfnsr is a vear-round

sport and basketball is seasonal:

let's talk basketbaU now that the
season is coming up. Last night

uie team managers met ana re reelected
elected reelected the 1956 eovernimr board

m its entirety a ,jl,uis Segura twas
the unanimous' choice for nresi-

dent. .
. Five teams have been accepted
into the Panama Senior Provin Provincial
cial Provincial Basketball League. Upon
taking charge of the office for formally.
mally. formally. Seeura called another

meeting f or ;, tonight) at 7:30 at
the m National Gym in Panama
City. ?
. This meeting signifies that the

iraai settings tor tne coming sea season
son season are being prepared. Two Car-

bills that have been planned and
backed by organized hunting ; or

shuuting associations, from the
legislatioi annually dreamed up in

Miami Marlins Put
North Jo Shame;
Cop Sixlh Slraighl
NEW YORK. May 10 fUP)

The Miami Marlins, Just as much
at home in the north, own their
biggest lead of the International

League-season today.

,23-year-old
bis fourth

Bob Conley. a

righthander, won

game as Miami sneiied Roches Rochester,
ter, Rochester, 6-2. last night. The victory

was the Marlins' sixth straight

on the road and gave them a
2Vt game lead over Richmond."

' ; v'-V 1 v "';

Lou Novak broke up a pitcher's
duel between Conley and the Red

Wing's Lynn Lovenguth with a

seventh-lnnlns; grand slam horn

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1 Oolden- Cora 3 J PHllIpa 118 -Ftrm indicates S-2

2-Tlbur6n O, Sanchea 110 Could get up 3-1

1 Mv Friend O. Montero .l'l'.xVLame after last 30-1

4 Money Maker ; A, Ycaza 113 --Rates good chaace 4-1

5 Oramilla B- 103 y loot a-i
8 Soft Note .v lA. Vasque. 115- Dangerous this time .. 4-1

7 Trlrremav v D. Cortei 118 Distance 'nandieaps 5-1

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2-G. Trotter B. Agulrre 115 "Trotter" is ngnt s-i

sWolma Jimmv F. Alvare 115 war "robbery" in last ; 3-1

4Tarn!o.rtt.' T Gatfca 110 '. -0)uld repeat here 5-1

5 Barge Royal i H. Reyes 115 Bad legs hamper 5-1
8 OarramuioJRodrigjiea 118 -Hf beaten better , 2-1
t Greco -; 4 B. Baez 113 -rGood early speed 8-1

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1 Joe1 tHerjianae 97x Not agiinst these
2 Lady Jdna ,F. Alvarea 108 Could surprise
3 Ocean Btr F. Oatlcav 110 ffort in last :

Apache ,-B. Ajrulrre 112 .-angenms uus xune

5 Esteban 1 B. UaetaV lOS km w nere
6TulIy Bar i R. Crlstian110 Returns in food sha;

7 -(Radical t A. Credldio 100 tariy speea oniy

8 (Yosikito .J. M. Bravo-105 -wouia py oa t

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A: Ycaza 115 Hard to beat here A 2-1
O. Montero 107 Seema out classed ;. ..' .30-1
' r. Alvaret 108 Depends on start 4-1
' i. Phillips 110 Dangerous contender -4-1
A. Credldio 105 Setter this week V 3-1

7-Mra Halilgan S. Carvajal 110 WildJw upsetter;, 20-1

8 (Klroca V. CaaiUKl IJ -rtpgrwiij naoj - ,.
8 (Jaquimaxo O. Vasquei lQ7x-JUtes slim chance.- S-l

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8 Pen! flare

JoseU owned team have ;-aHen F,t Lovenguth,' 24-game win-

ready begun their practices and

are also prepared for opening

aay- Kay Kam ana ms Gaaiito
team, have been practicing for
over a month while Rodolfo '"Fi-

" .Tom had his charges drilling

just'Deiore caster.-- - -t
; Ramon Reyes Dae Sundav

' Ramon Reyes, one of last sea

sons most spectacular rookies,
will return to the Isthmus Sun

day morning to Join Ray Kam's

uanito team.. Reyes was the

mainstay of the team last sea

son. : ', I''-..-

' He left Immediately after ths
1056 season to enter the Univer

sity of Colorado where he played
a good season: With the. arrival
of Reyes. Qalllto will be almost

readv with, the only exception

oeiner uano ae ieon who has re
fused to sign his contract.

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SPRING BREEZE Manager
Casey Stengel airs himself on
the Tiokiei' first western
swing. but the early going
hasn't bee quite as easy as a
lot of. people suspected.:
.,....-..,.'. .
. ..-..".-.j. t

ner last year, it (narked hi j fifth

setback against one' win. -"'

-Buffalo snapped a two-game
losing: streak by whipping Hava

na. 9-3.' Walt Craddock received

credit for his fourth victory while

liUKe Easter hit a Decisive tnree-

run. homer. r

Scheduled games between Co
lumbus-Montreal and Richmond

Toronto were postponed by rain,

4

states -far removed from the arma
mdustry cen-ers. 1 j t .

One real corker, very .Lkely by

w'9 jiMo,ueau uiucomuiittee. Dro.
vided that: "Any person found
vitn. a ritle of moie tnan 22-cali.
ber or a shotgun with rifled slua
ammunition or oucssnot tnereiore

" possession and without a
permit to hunt deer, shaU be fin fined
ed fined not more than $4)0.'' .
. Connecticut has no open d ecr
season: it provides on iv fnr

nuts., .to landowners to use rilies"
on deer despoiling their shrubbery,
akd "euest" nermits 9llnMn

. r Huvnuta- uu
ly SnOiCun usfl nv rrmnd nr

' nao wners The com hi n a t inn 9

population density and ,a. sizable
ieer herd makes this a practical

arrangement.

The object of the bill.

hCw Ulne' 8 to sike at tne jacfe jacfe-,n?r'
,n?r' jacfe-,n?r' 0,6 Jtegai .deer hunter.
tn..ugu 01 course uese gentry and
Uieir -activities are alreaey quite
euiiy coverea nv nrh

tne game laws. h

But what it would tin ia tA nnf

jto n illegal posiUon, liable to a

uie cuap wno may eo
woodchucking with a rifle larger
than a M. ,
Or if you Interpret the bill 'lit 'literally,
erally, 'literally, it would render anybody
who .happens to own a.large-cau-ber
rifla or ci-ittoroi.n

whuh, be ha, some buikshot or1
slug 1 loads tucked iwav urhvtho.

the incriminating weapon t be in
ins bands, bis car ot his front
hAll .lroft 1iAkl 1

4..viwov, uauic iu uie game una,-

Score Placed
-' v'w; i !iXJ H A y A rZ' :Su:i

Oh Indians'
Disabled List

Aarrla f lairr

VBIVIil alliolj.

As Houston Bulfs
Blank Fori Worth I

HOUSTON. May 10 (UP)

Outfielder Jose Garcia; of the

Houston Buffs, had a double hi

three times at bat last night as

his club beat Fort Worth three

runs to nothing. .f

Garcia was also credited with

five putouts and had no errors

or assists. ;j ;-

In other Texas League games.

Oklahoma City took a 4-1 victory

from Austin..

' Dallas held its lead In the Tex

as League, San Antonio remain

ed right behind it ana everyboay

in the first division won last

night.,, ,. 1

Dallas took a 4-3 victory from

Shreveport as Mickey Sullivan

a rove nome tnree runs on tnree

singles..

San Antonio won Its seventh

stralsht when Joe Durham sla

tied with the bases loaded In the

ninth to score bod caiiery witn

the run that rave the Missions a

- victory over Tuisa.

V. STANDINGS

Dallas .. ;.. ... 14 8 .700

San Antonio .. 14 ft. 36

Houston .'.. w 14 o-AOO

Oklaboma City .. 12 10 545

rort Worth .. ,v... 14 J91

Tulsa .. 1 11 -389
Shreveport 12 J68

Austin v. ;. .. .. 8 15 ; J4s

CLEVEIJjn YihU m.. in

(UP)- The Cleveland Inriiano

elected to pay a 30-day "penal "penalty"
ty" "penalty" in exchange for Herb
Score's career toaay as increase
ingly,optimifitic reports-indicate
ecr the .stricken southpaw -pitch-,
er may be back on the firing
line by June 15.

. UVa ... MID lllLill EVC L 1 V

batted ball. Tuesday night. Score Score-was
was Score-was placed tn the Indians' ois- 1
abled list yesterday by Cleveland

general manager Hank Green
berg, although her conceded.
"Herb possibly might be able to

piica oeiore au aays. ,;. ..

. Whenever a baseball player is
placed, on. the disabled list.- lie
must remain -inactive ior 30

o7BB MlvaaiSJ VUolU dluib.

even if he continues his remark

ablo rcovprv will .nnt ha ahl

to reioin his teammates, until

.June 8. o .-:4."" '

- In announcing his decision to

place. Score on the disabled list. -Greenberg
said, "the doctors tell
us that.,. .Herb will be unable to

Sibcu 1 or ; ai icast, tnree weeKS.
a this instance, we. cannot
think of one or two ball tames

but only the-future health and
welfare of one ot baseball's best

performers." j

Moaawhile, Dr. Caarloa Thomoa,, ',.
m Clavolaao' oyo apocialiat, oxamln- -oo
Scota oflaia Uat night at Lako-
aioo koaoital ami reoortao' "tt ..
factory srosroaa,1; aHheaalt h
cautionao' "wo- -4m not yet koow
tfco cono'itioe of tbo rorlna."
"As soon as I can see the

retina clearly. I. can tell nrettv

much what the prognosis Will
be." Dr. Thomas a&lri 'Hnwr

may not be able to see the '..!

icuui ivm iwv vl uun uava oc

cause of the hemorrhage which

oocurrea alter the ball -struck."

The specialist also indicated

that If Score survives-the ln-

ury with some vision In the

eye, the injury should not af-
feet his career. He stressed that

tne leu eye was not affected by
the accident -. . .,-?..

rV .Thnma, mmA 11 I..

tlons thus far have indicated

that Score will be able to see
out- of the injured eye. ...
"The question now Is what, if -any.'
will be the. percentaio of

loss of Tiston." he added."

Among the lew neraona who

will be admitted to the pitch-1
crs room today- will be his
fiancee, Nancy McNamara. She
arrived in Cleveland last nieht

from St. Mary's College at
South .Bend, Ind, where she Is

senior.

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TEX PANAMA AMERICAN J AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPATEK
PA6I HJNI
FKI3AY. MAY 10, 1957
leaner League Team Selected
Carta Vieja fo Donate Trophy
w
15 Boys Named To Squad,
Af International Cockfights
To Represent CZ, Panama i
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Last night, at a special meeting of the "WW
Teener Teener League held at Margarita, the five
experts designated for the big jot of picking, the
boys who would represent the Canal Zon? andean-,
ama at Hershey's VFW tournament, came up with
a fine selection of. ball players. (

Determined to. Select the best:' Of Hng"

I JJCICIUIAUCU. TO ii

auiuiae, me pan" u.-.--for
hours before coming up with
their final verdict. Out
ty four boys onjy fifteen', could
make the team and it is hoped
that the final selection made by
these honest, able men will give
a good account of 'themselves..
The other nine are listed as al alternates
ternates alternates and although they fad faded
ed faded to make the big team .have
nothing to be ashamed otTneir
good stead throughout ( their
fives '.

The final selections were

follows:

as

Gerarde Detore
George Cotton
Eddie Corrigan
Carlos Klamco
Gary Ness
Jna fiarMa.

Douglas Chassln

f f n Hershev this year, two

have been on previous teams.
Two years ago Keith Kali ac accompanied
companied accompanied the team and ft
'year Prank Ammiratl made tne
team. Two young fellows from
Panama will make the trip this
year.' They are Carlos Kiamee
and Chico Martin.
mi., tnpnr Tbahpi1 T.ft&flriie Go

s'lres to Inform all holders of
Mtt that the 21'' TV

set,, graciously donated by the
VFW Department, wilT belong
to th person who holds the luc lucky
ky lucky number after the drawing of
the gate prize at Fort Ctajw i
game on May, 24 betwee-- the
Armed Forces All Stars i andhe
vfw All Star team. This game

, starts at 7:00 p.m. and nw an
Club the other games scheduled te te-rfi
rfi te-rfi fWpn these two ? teams, trie

MRaI booster ticket will be. good Jpr

' Macaws' admission.

Pumas

' pericos
Palonias

Conejos

Francisco (Chico) Martin perlcos

Richie Scott
Keilth Kulig -Frank
lAmmiratl
Jeff Kline V,
Richard VihaS
Johnny Morris
Brian Luta

Alternates

Ralph Parker
Leroy Vaughn
William McGowIn
Asa Barley J
Robert Rathgeber
Buzzy Fulop :
Jim McGlom
Bill Will
Maurice BeUnger
Tvrvo li UnmnhMT

Molses de ia renna win, mu mu-age
age mu-age the VFW team and will be
assisted by Henry Lute.

tj .nv further cames can be

arranged, either to the .Canal
zone or to the Republic ol Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, .the same, ; tickets wM l be

Coneiosj prize does not have to be present

- Bulck at tne game, uu w c. r- --j.t
Ocelots' that a large crowd of, biu
p.lomas fans will be on hand at this and
Mottasi all the .scheduled games to give
Oelotl'the teaTO thel? solid support.,, ;
MOttas ... i .i'.i.i'tv. rale.

AS 01 ial niguir ww iuw
.nntnolnrn' sfnnd at'

Conejos Anonymous contributions 83

' Ocelots "wqonn
r. Macaws' , S299,
Pumas i '
Pilomas The goal'is still faf away but
perlcos' it is expected that the saleof
: MRAlboosterd tickets will increase be-

n 1 Kniir rr.r the end of this weeK uaie

11 '11 UIVB WW fc

HEADS HE WINS-rullback
Tony jCerveto of the Italian
team, seems to be, taking
stroll in thin air as he heads
the ball away from Northern
Ireland athlete before a pack packed
ed packed Olympic Stadium in Rome

Jamaican Girls

Drop Another

cm lent w irTTr nn "cA inWinnf. m! fhA victorious Balboa

High free style relay team after their triumph over CHS and
JC yesterday afternoon at the Oamboa pool that they, gave,
the traditional dunking to beam member Henry Barker, G y y-inirthe
inirthe y-inirthe heave-ho are, (left )to rights '..Dave Elsenmann Solly

CPO

Motta

prizes wiU. be drawn at eacn
game played and It Is hoped that
the public will give this enter enterprise
prise enterprise its full support as it has
done in the past V

Heartbreaker

Si:vcrs' ?0n2 Wan Offense'
Snops Senator Losing Streak

By FRED DOWN

Rookie Jim Landis started the
ahtta Knv An th rnad to victory

NEW YORK, May 10 (UP) when he walked in tne eeoqa m

Ibe lowly Washington Senators

can t claim many oisuncuuna i
they've got the closest thingto a
"one man offense" in slugger
Roy Sievers. ..A';';;. i'.Ll

k A ruggea native oi bi. iaiu,

Mo., the 30 year oia oumeiaer u
belting away at a .330 clip, and
leads the American League with
24 runs batted in. He blasted his
sixth home run of the season and
rocked in three runs yesterday
ii the Senators beat the Detroit
Tifers, 8-5, "and presented Cookie
Lavagetto with his first victory as
a major league manager.
The Senators, ending, a 10-'
Dim losinf streak that began
under Charley Oreatan back on
April 28, alae had a pitcher go
nine innings and win for the firtt
time this year. Cemilo Pascual
viii the "man distinction," de
pite the fact the yielded 11 hits
and walked two batters. '

Jim Wilson. 35 year- old 're-

Md from th National Leafue.

atruck out nine and hurled a five five-hitter
hitter five-hitter to eive the Chicago White

Sox a 2-0 victory over the Boston

Red Sox in the only o t n e r Dig
I....,,, rr a m t th Ha or riicht.

4 TK. Win msnnnl the White Sox'

&t game losing streak and put

them bide into a tie ior me n. u
lead with the New York Yankees.

;ipver: who hai knocked in

than 2& tvpr ent of the- 89

rms the Senators have scored in
23 games this year, hammered a
three run homer off Frank Lary
in the third inning to give the NaU
t 3 1 lead and led off a two run
ninth inning rally 'with a double,1
Jim Lemon followed with a 425 425-foot
foot 425-foot triple and scored moments
later on Lew Berberet's single.
Pascual. who had a 8-10 record
last season but struck out 162 bat-t-rs
in 189 innings, bad runners
the bases in six of the nine in in-tiii.gs
tiii.gs in-tiii.gs but was helped by two
iouDle plays and left eight Tigers
fuanded. It was only the fourth
tm.e this year that a Washington
rn'cher went the distance, and the
three previous burlers all failed
to win. -
Fri"k Lary. the league's lead lead-lr?
lr? lead-lr? winner with 21 victories last
risuii, suffered bis third defeat
r-n'-r nirrd with two Tiptories. Larr.

31 E4iiTist Washington last year.)

y f ;,-.fa nine nils ana live

run in six innings.

ning, stole second oase- ana-scor

ed on Walt Dropo s single, ine
u'kit Cat nAAnA their second run

In th alrth whin Nelson Fox walk-

ed and scored on Msuue Mmoso s

single and a double by Landis.

rtoan fitnne' aranired bv.the Red

Sox from the Senators in a recent

trade suffered hisvsecona straigm
im tnr thm Rncrn The' came WSS

ivmm v m-- -
hilled three times for a total of

one hour and 23 minutes oy raut

Sports Briefs

...... Mrtm TTT

SlUllUftHl,' uciuiauj ;
Light heavyweight champion Ar-

h Mnnre reaumea trainuiE w

Aav inr another nnn title DOUt

here May 26. His opponent wiu

r aolortnl lator The I ChamDlOH

arrival WvWHaV night from ES-

sen, where ne outpomtea nans

KlbfeU in a 10 rounaer last
week.,'- V '. j

i The visiting Pioneer Cnb
softball, formed by a group of
Jamaican girls, last night a a-gain
gain a-gain had tough luck at the Mt.
un stadium when thev lost

their third.eonsecutive game.
' The Malta Vigor team ouU
' lasted, the visitors te win out

18-15 to a slugfest. xne Ja Jamaicans
maicans Jamaicans dropped their, first
two contests to the strong, De
portivo Giscomb' team.
The Jamaican girls will rest
over the weekend and prepare
for a aeries ef games on the
Pacific side next week, v

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Teams

Milwaukee
Cincinnati
Brooklyn
St. Louis .
Philadelphia
New York
Chicago .,
Pittsburgh

W

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8

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Pet.
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.632

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7 13

5 15

.556 2Vz

6

.626

.381
.350
.250

GB Teams

New York
Chicago

Boston ;

Cleveland
Kansas City
Detroit v
Baltimore .

Washington

AMERICAN LEAGUE

TODAY'S GAMES

, Milwaukee at St. Louis (N)
Cincinnati at Chicago
( Brooklyn at New York (N)
j Philadelphia at pitUburgh (N)
? YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
''."..; .Open Date ..v.m-....'-

Luis Olmo, an outfielder with the
Brooklyn Dodgers during the war
yiars, has been named manager
oi the San Juan i Senators is the
Puerto Itico Winter League, re-

S lacing Kaipn houk, wno currem currem-r
r currem-r is managing the Denvtr Bears
ui the American Association, v

tjW'w vnnv (XTP 'The New

Yrk State Athletic Commission

ht annroved a 10 round neavy

weight bout between Willi Bes Bes-mannff
mannff Bes-mannff of Germany, and Archie

MrBride of Trenton. N.J.. at St.

Vinhnlaa 'Arena. Mav 20. Beam a

noff decisioned big boo uaxer oi

Pittsburch last montn at at

Mcks, ?.;: ; .V

Minor Leagues

'PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE i
VaacouVer I, San" Francisce Z
' San Diego 10, Seattle 1 :
Hollywood 4, Sacramento Z

. v,

... I -kvvt
YORK mpyi-Willie Mays.

the Giants' star outfielder who
tag admitted to a hospital Tues Tues-4av
4av Tues-4av uhra' hit rnmnlained of a

rundown- conaiuon, is expeciea.w
be released today and in the line

up tonight for tne start or tne Dig
week-end series with' the Brooklyn

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (UP)- Dodgers. .. :

STANDINGS

Teams
Los Anaeles

Hollywood

Vancouver
Seattle

San Francisco

8an Dieeo

Sacramento

Portland ..

f

18

17 10
16 12
16 13
16 13
15 14
7 20
5 20

Pet.

.692
.630
71

.552

J17

,59

.200

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Denver 18, St. Paal S ?
Wichita 12, Charlestoa 6
Louisville 6, Indianapolis 1

STANDINGS

Ted Williams In; For Many

Lonesome Dinners This Yiear

By OSCAR FRALEY
-
" NEW YORK ftP) This was a

while back on an occaaion when
'ird Williams bad a bad day at

Yankee Stadium and, later, at
(timer, he was cet tine the needle

from Fred Corcoran.'

, 'Ycu remind me,": said Cor Corcoran,
coran, Corcoran, "of Sam Snead and the
Ii JS Open. Before the Open Sam
is as loose as' ashes. He shakes
hinds and you cant hardly feel
n. But ence the Open starts, Sara
eet ia tieht he almost breaks

yvur hand with a handclasp."

Williams listened quietly as
Corn.ra continued
That's voj in Yankee' Stadium.;

You aaueeze the bat so bard it

earned bks like you're tryng to make
' sawdust out of it." I i

t .vsrt ahn M a 1nK mark rf

r9 h"mprs la season, has collect- laay And 6ay ,.
eri 50 hits in l tries this year.
yy scored Jft runs, swatted nine Tall Ted laughed heartily, sur sur-r
r sur-r one triple and the S I xrrisingiy easy and gay despite
rr ih': had Hav at hit. and asked:

von, alwiyt fine aprinfl I "V.hat did you hit in your day,

Fred?- :
Whch brings to light another

fare! trf the chameleon WiLhams

Unlike most compeU-

aaid. '"when you go xero for

.four",::-.' V". ;- -:h

. Si Ted' must have' had a lone-

anme dinner Wednesday nleht.

All he did Wednesday was
a4.,th thr hnm riim tfk Arivm

in all four Boston Red Sox tallies

in a 4-1 win over the White Sox.

It was ( a feat which, acknowl-

deed as one of the ail-time treat

biners, not even be had been

sble to do bui once before in his

ilantrious career 'anor tuat was
'way back in 1946.

x "ir, innfow rue white Mr
5 witti ftonritH a
. r.-.r,f4 red hct Bd Wil-

frt ',nf the bH vt ef personality

v i -'o f tm h'Hine
4 1 .t ory

"i '-
':

Wichita- .',
St. Paul .
Minneapolis

Denver ..
Omaha ..
. i i

nniiaauuiu . .

Charleston .. .-....

uuiavuie .. .. ..

W
15
14
14

10

w i, ret.

', .12 1 7 .632
. .12, 7 .632
. t 412 9 .671 1

. '10 8 .556 l'.i
. .11 10 .524 2
. .11 11 .500 2
. 8 11 .421 4

6 18 ; .217 '9

' TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Baltimore (N)
Chicago at Detroit
Kansas City at Cleveland (NJ
.Washington at Boston (Nj
.YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Boston , 000 000 oooo 3
rhiPBtm nin nni nn 2 r

Btone (o-zj, cnanaies, ceiock
and White!'

Dalev. Wilson (3-1V vand Hat-

Washington 003 110 012--8 13

oetron tuumuui o ii,

Pascual (2-3) and Berberet,
Lary (2-3), Aber and House.
, Only games scheduled: '

ue

Majo

Uag

Leaders

LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 50 Official at Bats)
. NATIONAL LEAGUE

Cockfighting will dominate
the local; sports scene this
weekend. Three consecutive
days of International cock"
firhta'arn scheduled ta take

place out at the modem "Club
Gallistico de Panama" begin-
' ning tomorrow, v, vf:"; ?v
. Cockf tight enthusiasts from
Costa.' Rica, 1 Cuba, Panama,
Puerto Rico and the Domini Dominican
can Dominican Republic will have game
cocks taking part in the mam mammoth
moth mammoth competition.
" Angel Grimas, general man- :
: ager of the Vinicola Licorera
today announced that
.Carta Vleja will donate a sil silver
ver silver cup to the : outstanding
game cock of the meet-

xne Club tiainstico is locaiea
on Via Espana, about 100 yards
from, the turnoff to Old Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. It is equipped with a cozy
bar and dance ball.
' Game cocks, equipped with
specially prepared n e e d le le-pointed
pointed le-pointed spurs, fight until one is
unable to continue or Us owner
concedes victory to the oppo opponent.
nent. opponent. The fights usually end in
death for the loser. ;

Norris Plans

Outdoor Heavy

Bout In July

1MTTW vnnir TTPV Prnmnter

. tiw. Mnrria Visaat hv titln trail.

Dies in six ui visions, vuusiuctou
today the possibility of a July out-

nm.r neavvweieni -snow wunoui

benefit of a champion as a sort

of consolation prize. . s
-I. j

.Since neavyweigni ruier i ioyu
D.llaneAn rA'iiaAa in Hofnnrf fnr

Norris', International Boxing Club,

top conienaers- r lommy tnurri
cane) Jackson and unbeaten. Ed Eddie
die Eddie Machen might fight in the star

bout' at Yankee Stadium, Norris

shid.. i
It aV apparent lodayit'thapfjlg
Jim's plans for staging a fight for
tk- iinim) faatharuiaiffht title

J tefinitlv hinted. Ha had

nearly closed for Cherif Hamla of
Algeria and Hogan (Kid) Bassey
of Nigeria U battle for the 126 126-nound
nound 126-nound crown at Syracuse, N-Y.,

J i jne 7. But Vednesday he was

informed that Hamla naa nown

fr.im Paris to Algiers and wouia
be unable to keep the Syracuse
d.te. -;t ' 'V'

And middleweight cnampiqn
Ciioar Saw Rnhtnann t told ,' Noma

his proposed title defense against
welter ruler Carmen Basilio : in
Jtiy must be delayed until Sep

tember, "because i wui not. nsx
a, collapse in the midsummer
'
Adding to the Norris woes, light
hesvyweight champion Archie
Moure announced at Stuttgart,
Germany, today he would like to

defend his 175 pound title some

where in Germany, oespue tne
warnings of U.S. boxing officials
tht if he doesn't defend at De

troit against Tony Anthony pi
iNew York before July 7, his title

will be vacatea.
ivk.n iiu .Tun 7th Hamia-BaS-

Bey feather title fight for Syracuse

wi . .... M c. n.

Hoak, ClncinnaU 20 65 12 27 415!e -uporated, Norm t h o u g h t he

MUSiaiyBl. LOUIS 18 II 31 .UJ'mipm rc.u i "

Aaron, MIL' 19 86 20 32 J72

Dark, St. Louis 17 -75 15 27 JC0
Robinson, Clncl. 18 78 16 28 .359

FOUes, Pitts. 19 54 7 19 J52

RAY A ii

x 4 x d'
Cyrnos V
j Anniversary :-

the already signed Joe urowo-

Cilando Zulueta lightweight cnam-1
b bnship bout in Denver. But Den- j

ivf promoter Joe Dupier esays

11 13

11 13
10 15
4 16

Fet.

.714
.009

.609
.55$
.458
,458
.400
200

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE

Teams

Miami .

Richmond

Toronto

Buffalo -..

Rochester ..
Montreal .
Columbus
Havana .. ..

w
15
13
11

11

10 12

8 12
7 12
7 13

Pet.
.714

-550

,50
.455

.400!

-C-68.

.350

IV il g IV JJZ WaV VI wa r

Crowe, Clncl: 14 50 11 17 .3401 Brown and Zulueta were Promised

Bowman, phila. 20 68 12 Z3 ntm ior June i, in ui
S'dienst, N Y. j 22 95 14 32-337 be want it. v
Groat, pitta. 20 79' 13 26 .329 Accordingly, Norris match match-.
. match-. .7 naker BiUy Brown were striving
AMERICAN LEAGUE cesperstely today to arrange a
WUUama, Boston 17 61 17 27-443, Juno 7th match for the sponsors
rutf.A.l r ia ca n n tjn want hl0 fin ID Order 10

Bertoia, Detroit 21 71 7 26 368 ell a flock of rarors and bUdes

Simpson. K.C.

Wertz. Cleve.
Sievers, Wash.
Fox. Chicaea

ManUe, N.Y. 19 60 14 19 J17
Kelt, BaJUmore-16 60 5 19 -317
Minoso, Chicago 19 74 13 23 .311
HOME RUNS

if on 1R o tat m4r Father Dav OO June 10.

18 63 9 21 J33 And Norris seemed to be Ret Ret-24
24 Ret-24 91 16 30 .330 ting a close shave from all angles.

19 70 1 23 3W

Total

Thna three homera aln rail hi

total to nine for the young sea-

aon, a muesione ne oion i reacn
until July 26 last season. And. It
probably would cost me my basc-j
ball writers' card if I didn't re

port that it put mm nine games
ahead of Babe, Ruth's, record 60
psee of. 1927.
Those three big blasts in four

times st bat also raised his bat

ting-average to a

.474

Safety In New
Fancy Shotguns
Wfm;KST.i. Mass. I CNKA)

U- Better wear dark glasses, when

At Nine you go hunting this fall espe

cially if any women hunters are
around.
They're likely to be totlag fan fan-ey
ey fan-ey new shotguns with colored
mnA fnrai enrla in hue4 of

ellow, red, green, blue, purple or
pink. ,.

It's "not Just whlmsey. Accord According;
ing; According; to Harrington and Richard Richard-arm,
arm, Richard-arm, an aS-vear-olfi firearms

stratospheric I company here which is pioneer

ing ue ia ea. cotor u ocuik uui-

-- NATIONAL LEAGUE
- Aaron. Braves
Adcock. Bravea ...... -j..
Sauer, Giants T.
Moon. Cards
Crowe, Redlegs V.

Hi fine start after a good ducetf trr the rnterest of saiety.

soring is bearing out his eonten-

....... k... Km ka t on and harrinc iniurr. Wiliiami

Vft wiim iiv -ma m Ft '
want to be left slone because he erpaiently is in for many a lone lone-flt
flt lone-flt that mort ol the handshakes vim dinner this season. Particu-

merfAv are from tbwe vho l;keil?'-lv, as Corcoran says
ti -e w:;h sTfrr. t tr'i'g to male
i r -! r i- ", ti rt.

AMERICAN LEAGUE I
Williams, Red 601 ....... 9
Sievers, Senators .........
Skisaa. Athletics
Simpson, Athletics ....... i
.4Six tied with 4 each)
; RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Hoak, Redlegs 21
. Furillo, Dodgers 19
Sauer, Giants 19
Aaron, Braves ........... )7
Ennia, Cards ........'..- 17
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sievers, Senators ........ 34
Simpson, Athletics t 20
Wiiiiama, Red Sox 16
Lollar. White Sox ....... 1
Tuttle. Tigers 15
Maris, Indiana .......... 15

rncBixG

fTests sponsored by the NStioa-
-1 B:" ittrrii'lon tifral Yel

low is t?-.e he.vt co'iors have been Truk. AtMetics

if be i Included to satisfy the moe -u, means

d iit!t?-a 4 'nr"T w. .fn K'jnxcrs- in si-.z ti. t :uiS

L
0
0
0

Trt.
1 1
If'
1 V

t:pi ;th 2-0.

Larger Purse lures.
Most Touring Pros
Info "Arlington Open

tivvr ctD TVT.C Ark. fUPl A

larger purse and lack of competi-f

tion from any outer wui """'
for the first t'roe hired roost of

the touring pros bere- ior tne aian
ni tha 120.000 Arluistoa Open gau

toarnsment today.

The Arlington lost many
irrwminent "name" players to the
nva Greenbriar Open in ts first
two years of operation, but Ojis

tint there is no eonmet ana v
purse has beer? upped 85,000.

As a result omy top mfcrZ.
winner Doug Ford, young Dow
Finsterwsld and tepsroous
T'.mmy Bolt were missing from
the field of '94 pros which started
e T2-hole grind today for
first money te be banded

t late Sunday.
. Tournament sponsors also have
roughened up the Arlington "-pwnship
pwnship "-pwnship layout to such aa extent
that the winning sceres are es es-P.ted
P.ted es-P.ted to be eJoser te .par tnaa
Se rro and 272 with Which Bo
Wininrer and BUly MsrweQ won
ja ikS snd '956, respectively.
Both the former champions
t in the f fid s were National
o.n fharr-rmn Csry Mid'ecoff
TGA t. -t Jack Eurke.

At

- j r r l I : i B
m H .... r i. . f

Murano up to
50 Discount

Italian Bronze
30 Discount

Crystal
30 Discount

; Bond China
; 20 Discount

No. 16 TIYOLI AYE.
CASH SALES ONLY

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A'
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lr,tlliii,.,,
MONTHLY INVESTMENT PLA
ASS I F I E
As little m $16 month? Jfamtikm JjUtlU
, Or as much as job wlstvv, r.o.-Bax csm' tl l-ioer
' Lesson

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Houses
FOR RENT: Houm 3 rmt
1 with running pip water and
5000 matars land at Chilibra,
1 $10.00 monthly. Suitable-for re retired
tired retired couple. Phone 3-2474.
FOR RENT: t- Furniahed
house, 2 bedroom i, bathroom
aireonditioned, living dining
room, kitchen, maid't room
with bath, swimming pool.
Elvira Mendez street. Camp
Alegre. Phone 3-7206.
FOR RENT: Vacation Qtrs.
Must rent immediately. Rea Reasonable.
sonable. Reasonable. Mid-June, Mid Aug August.
ust. August. Leaving. Call Balboa 2722.
FOR RENT: Furnished, 3
bedroom chalet. Tel. 2 2175
From S a-m. to 12 noon. 2 p.m.
to S p.m.
FOR RENT: Vocation quart quart-ers
ers quart-ers for couple. From May H
to Oct. H. Very little rent for
responsible party.; Call at
house fl-B Via Porras.
FOR RENT: Chalet, 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 services, porch, ter terrace,
race, terrace, dining and sitting room.
No. t El Carmen, Tel. 3-527.
FOR RENT: Furnished cha chalet,
let, chalet, 2 bedrooms. Will accept
two couples. 8th Street No. 4,
Paraju Lefovre $100.00. Phone
3-38S7.
FOR REN": Furnished cha chalet,
let, chalet, 2 bedrooms $45.00. Campo
Alegr 41st. Street No. 4. Tel.
3-27V5.
Resorts
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive
; latitffinfl vacations, Santa
tlra Beach. Shrapnel's fur fur-,
, fur-, Dished houses, fhen Balboa
11772. 1
FOSTER'S COTTAOII aad bgo
; bisch heese. Om Mile peal Ca-
isbio. Phone Balboa 1866. A
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
' lanta Clara. Bex 18M Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. d P. Phone Paaama
f -1877, Crisfebal W473.
CommercialSites
FOr RlNTf isrilt, ; centrally
located. Suitable for moving
picture v agency- a offices.
Corner af 32nd. St. east and
Cuba Avenue, Pha 34443.
M exican Rai froad s
Improve Service ;
With Added Lines
' MEXICO CITY. MaT 10 fUP)
It will soon be possible to travel
py ireia iu ui way zrom Mexico
City to Puerto Juarez, Mexico's
most southeasterly tip and jurap-
off; point for the Mexico Cuba
Uitr service.
i
Official laid today standard
luage railway service is scheduled
tojbe Inaugurated later this month
between Campeche and Merids.
Immediately after the inaugura inauguration
tion inauguration ceremony work will start on
th laying of a third rail between
Meida and VaUadolid,'At the
stti time work is scheduled to be begin!
gin! begin! on the VaDadolid-Puerto Jua Jua-rt
rt Jua-rt a line.
, Present' service between Merida
and Valladolid is on a narrow
gauge railroad and passengers
have to transfer at Merida from
ODf train to another.
PERFECTION
W always have a complete
stock of Perfection Kerosene
Steve and replacement parts
' CASA SPARTON
J81M Central, Calidonla
iLna
(dependable)
CSERVICQ
CALL 2-2374
FAST SERVICE
CALLS TILL H.-00 P3L
' 25-cycU Conversion
Antenna Installation
TELE RAD
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Apartments

ATTINTION. U-Jt be
Mdeni femislied apaitmeets, I;
2 bedreems. bet, cold watet.
Phone Paaama S-4941.
FOR- RENT: Spacious a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one bedroom, hot
water, $40.00. J. F. do la Osse
Avenue Riqui Building, facing
Firestone. Phone 2-3331.
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-part
part a-part merits en Via Porras, No.
120, overlooking SAS commis commissary,
sary, commissary, beside Roosevelt Thee Thee-tre.
tre. Thee-tre. Telepon 3-5024.1
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartments,
ments, apartments, recently built, 1 bed bed-room,
room, bed-room, hot water installation.
3rd. street ferejil, facing "Co.
legio Javier" $70.00. For in information
formation information phone 2-2718. 8th St.
No. 50.
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-'
age. Panama 3-0873.
v-
FOR RENT: Furnished 3
bedroom, 2 baths apartment,
air conditioned, hot water,
screens, linen, dishes. Bella
Vista $140.00. Call Panama
3-3347.
FOR RENT: Modern turn turn-ished
ished turn-ished apartment in chalet, lin lin-en,
en, lin-en, etc., garage, hot water.
5th St. No. 47.
FOR RENT: Apartment
completely furnished Zone
vacation quarters, xvery cool,
available May 15 to August 7,
very moderate rental, militar militar-y
y militar-y invited. Com all day Sat Saturday
urday Saturday or Sunday after noon.
House 562-B, Ancon Boulevard,
corner Bayan Street. '.
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partment
partment a-partment including refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, porch, parlor v. dining,
room, vedroom, kitchen. Tiled.
5? No. 112
Via Belisario Porras, near'
Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Tw bedroom
apartment on ground floor, floor,-)
) floor,-) spacious and cool, G Inspect-;
ft!V2H?. S0'00'' ""torn ""torn-i.
i. ""torn-i. Ished $70.00. Jose d Fabrega
-Avenue No. 14, Pasadena.
i Your neighbor
Series Continues
Wednesday Af JVB
The next "irnnwvnin--nit.i,
bor" Series, currently showing
bi-weekly at the USO-JWB Arm-
ea rorces Service Center, will
P'ace on Wednesday, begin begin-nins;
nins; begin-nins; at 8 p.m.
TfV !fttj TtPAffPa TM Vt tM
ciuaed the countries or Panama
Ecuador anrf th ry
Argentine.
The nurnoM nf th uHm u tA
r r w w ata vu
aCOUalnt Prvlfltmn th(.
pendents and the general pub-
c, wiun.ine culture and recrea-
uuuai iacuitieg to be found in
the nelffhhnrln
1a B fce aiUi VU
and eouth of Panama. The aeries
im conauciea witn the aid and
cooperation of the Latin-Amer
ican embojislM inn mnmi.tu
located in the city of Panama.
fiervlpemn frtalr a
and the general public of the
vnai iuiie ana tne Republic of
Panama ore pnrriinrlv inviti
attend the serlea of lectures and
films.
Reds Mixing Marx
With Traffic Tips
Tulip Tattle Tale
MAINZ, Germany, May 10
UP) The Communist Party,
banned in West Germany, is dis distributing
tributing distributing propaganda here- dls-
ffulsed ai lnstrurtlnn KnrWl. tnr,
pedestrians. After the first few
pages the booklets shift from
traffic tips to Communist doc doctrine.
trine. doctrine. I
Last year the Reds mixed Mam
with Mozart In booklets sent to
music lovers.
1 WE NEED FIVE
Accouot Executives!
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kara tm a mm4 tho Carnal
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poaataaat. OTaaWbeHry, etc 8aB
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FARMACIA LVX 1S4 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fa. da
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th Bella Vteta Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford V-t
4-door sedan with radio $1400.
Panama 3-3188 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Leaving. Saeri-V
fice, 1952 Mercury Station Wa Wagon,
gon, Wagon, rustless, radios Mereo Mereo-matic,
matic, Mereo-matic, $850.00. Call: Captain.
Roby, 85-3192 84-5201..
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
210, 4-door sedan, radio, two
tone. Excellent condition.1;
$1400, House 504 Ancon. Tel. 2-
1373. k
FOR SALE: 1948 Chevy 4 4-'
' 4-' door, good tires, runs -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 Pablo
blo Pablo St., Balboa. $300.00.
FOR SALE: Buick hardtop
1954 Special, dynaflow, radio,
undercoated, excellent condi condition
tion condition $1,400.00. Telephone Ba-,
boa 4143. (6378 .Los Rios).
FOR SALE: 1954 Bel Air
Chevrolet. Power .glide and ra radio.
dio. radio. Call 2-4425.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet,
4 door sedan, two tone, radio,
new car condition, 8500 miles
$1800.00. House 5758-B, Disblo
Telephone Balboa, 4131.,
FOR SALE: Leaving for
States. Must sell 1956 Ford
Fairlane V-8 4 door with t ra radio.
dio. radio. Thunderbird engine. New.. New..-condition
condition New..-condition throughout $1850.00. ?
2-1827 or 5343-A Dieble.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford con con-vortible,
vortible, con-vortible, $250.00; 24" girl's
English bicycle, $20.00; 24"
boy's English bicycle, $10.00.
Tel. i 2H552," House 5774-A; Dia.
bio Hrs. r :!.'
FOR SALE: Ford 195V look :
and runs like new.' Four good;
tires and radio, $275 down to
Zoniah. ,Tol. Panama 3-2363. : ,'
FOR SALE: 1955 BI-Air
Tudor ChoyolotA$17S0? ch..
Oood condition, 1 7,500 i miles.'
. Phone Balboa J-3501. h:. 34 r
FOR SALIrl953 Plymouthf
Suburban excellent condition
low. mileage, $850.00. Call Ft.
Amador'$287.-,i;j';;''i
PERSONALS
I WISH TO have personal con-'
tact with Mr. Floyd Johnston,
please call: 2-1942 Panama..
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Sacrifice 1KW
power-suppry and final 5740
VCT at 400 MA. Ft. Culick 88 88-309.
309. 88-309. FOR SALE: 18' outboard
cruiser. Complete with 195745
H.P. Evinrudo. Call Albrook.
4203.
LIFE INSURANCE
can
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and information
v TeL ranama 2-0531
, TRANSPORTES IAXTER. S. A.
! Pacfcora SMppora -Movors
j Ph oa 3-2431 2-3561
I Leara Ridiog at
PANAMA RIDIN6 SCHOOL
I Riding Jaataja Classes daily
I re 5 p.m Pboaw 3-2451
I or by aoaoaaraa.
SttVKlODf
TEU VISION
ELEVISSON SERVKC
OUI lSSTVHy-TVa
TEL. 2-4 J 17
SPECIAL C. Z. PRICE
F R I G I D A I RE
25 CYCLE
; Air-Condition
NOW AVAILABLE
Call Te 2-2628
Branch
ECONOCAS, S.A:
TivoH Av. 18-78

AGENTS OB OUB OFFICES AtMJ

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Homd Articles
FOR SALE: v Deep freexe,
14 cubic foot. Phone Panama;
;3-0873.;:Vtx:.:'',.'i;:l''; t.,:;.:Kr-f
FOR SALE: Westinghouse
Laundromat,' $80.00; Simmons
Hide-a bed couch $90, 24"
RCA TV floor model with out outside
side outside antenna $225, babycrib
with mattress $15. RCA, Con Con-sole
sole Con-sole radio and 3-speod phono phono-graph
graph phono-graph $125, miscellaneous
household items. Tel. 'Amador
5193 until 4 p.m. Panama 3-
3188 after 5 p.m. House 104
Calle 84 between Via Porras
and 50th. '' , :
FOR SALE: Mahogany plat platform
form platform rocker, -$25. House 745 745-Apt.
Apt. 745-Apt. No. 1? Barnebey St. aft-'
or 4 p.m. : ;
FOR SALE: "Leonard" o o-loctric
loctric o-loctric refrigerator in very
good condition, $125.00. Hal Hal-man
man Hal-man S.A., Via Epsafia No. 1.
FOR SALE: "Leonard" e e-loctric
loctric e-loctric stove, four b u r n o r s,
$100.00. Halman $.A., Via Es Es-'
' Es-' pana No. 1.
FOR SALE: "Whirlpool"
clothes dryer, slightly shop shopworn.
worn. shopworn. Original price $385.00.
now $194.00. Halman S.A., Via
Espana No. 1. T,-'
FOR SAL E : Westinghouse ;
refrigerator 1952 model, like
i now, beds, rugs, fables and
ether household items: Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 4143. 4378 Los
Rios.
FOR SALE: Beautiful
Chrome Dinette sets 99.00,
living-room sets (upholstered)
$95.00, dining room table and
4 chairs $45.00, wardrobes $19.
htodorn vanities $59.00, Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood beds with new mattres mattresses
ses mattresses $49.00, chests of drawers -$9.50,
child's wardrobe $19.00.
largo metal desks. $59.00, cent-'
Sr tables $4.50, bow mattres-
sos $15.00, bunk beds $39.00,
folding, bods $19.50 linoleum
$4.95, porch set 45.00 and
. many' other bargains. .- Easy
orrns. HOUSEHOLD EX
CHANOE, Tol. 3-4911 S-7348.
FOR SALE: t ft. Wasting Wasting-'
' Wasting-' house rofrigoratorf froesor un unit.
it. unit. 12 Tube RCA radio tabl
-model,,- .floor lamps, bods,''
dressers,' 12" electric fan, din-
; ing chairs, 2 bamboo tables,
miscellaneous articles. All day
Saturday and Sunday. 1539-A.
Mango St. Off Amador Road.
FOR SALE: Twelve cubic
foot upright deepfreoi $200.00
Phone, 3-7081.
FOR SALE: Whirlpool au au-tomatlc
tomatlc au-tomatlc washing machine,
recently overhauled $45, large
piano $110. Albrook 84-2200.
FOR SALE: Living room
sot in perfect conditnon. Call
2-2379 or 3-4170,
FOR SALE: Wardrobe, bod,
chairs, tables,' shelves, etc.
All sixes. Moderate price. Tel.
3-4207.
. "The Road- to Miltown; or.
Under the Spreading Atrophy."
one of the latest and one of the
best books written by 8. J.
Perelman. Is among those plac placed
ed placed in circulation durinsr the week
by the Canal. Zone Library.
The book, containing 34 of the
autnor s i latest numorous es-j
says. Is considered a worthy ad ad-diUon
diUon ad-diUon to aU collections of Perel-1
mania. v I
- r j
The complete list of new books
and their authors announced by
the library this week follows:
Non-flctlon For People Un Under
der Under Pressure, Fink; The Prae-i
ttce of Unionism. Barbash: The
Art of Lovtna. Fromm: Practice
Testa for Civil Service Examina-i
tlons: Reference Manual of Gov Government
ernment Government Positions: Costumes
and Styles. Hansen; The World's
Best Recipes. Small; The Road
to Miltown:- or. unaer we;
Spreading Atrophy. Perelman: j
Man and Boy Armstrong: y,
Ship la so Small. Davison: Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's Six. Great Decisions
6mlth.
I ricuon ey. yriun, dku.
Mark Three lor Muraer. Hansen;
The Stag Party. Krasner; Lead
With Tour Left. La7: The Hell
Bent Kid. Locke: The Guns of
Navarone. .MacLean; The Short
Reign of FJppm iv, Biemoeca;
Our Glad. Warren.
Added to the Reference Col Collection
lection Collection Die tion s ry of Spanisr
Literature. Newrr.ark.

H" MTBEET. PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIAbOT bu" Nil. 1J AGENC1AS

la Ona Ave. Na. 41 FOTO DOMY Jnslo AroSemeoa Ave. and 33 St. FARMACIA
I Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via Porta 111 NOVEDADES ATHIS Betid

r , ,
SERVICES
j: Specialists in Television, Hi-Fi,
r -Radio, phonograph, Transmit Transmitters;
ters; Transmitters; receivers, 'and all eloc eloc-tronic
tronic eloc-tronic equipment. Service calls
$3.50. Call by 7:00 p.m. for
t same day sorvlce. All work
' guaranteed. Phon U.S. Televi-
' lion Panama 2-4414.
The best dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air-
conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar, Hqtat Intarnacional 'Pla 'Plata
ta 'Plata $ do May. '-,
RATTAN furniture repaired,
f refjnished, Guaranteed work work-'
' work-' manship. Home delivery oppo opposite
site opposite Hotel Roosevelt "Jimmy"
Tel. 24384 Panama.:
IBM Delegates From
Caribbean llaiions
Convene '.On Isthmus
Presidinff over the' TRM fTnffr.
national RnsinA .Marhinet ,nn.
vention mat le hctnir hAld at th-
noiei ,i ranama are rnomas a.
Kirltland VirrniroeMont nf f h o
IBM World Trade Corporation and
usrios a. viaai, general manager
fr South America.;
Fifty delegates from eight dif
ferent countries of the Caribbean
aea are attending this convention.
which Was inaugurated .yesterday
ard which will come to a close to-
morrow. .. ,. . :
In attendance at yesterday's in
aupural meeting was Minister of
Finance Ruben D. Carles, who gave
a brief welcoming address to the
delegates on behalf of the Panama
Bavernment.vi'ii.';:'..'-'; .., ."V
- Delegates aUe'niiig' th confer-
Country managers: Manuel .Pe-
ralta Mexico; Manuel-MarroQuin,
Guatemala; Rodrigo.Herrera, Cos Costa
ta Costa Eica. Emilio Solis,. Nicaragua;
RogeUo Alfaro, ranama, ouiao
Forgnoni.- Colombia; John. Oster-
lurd, 'Venezueiar.v Mrcil Diga,
Cuba.
HindrooV.porcont club salesmen:
Alvaru Aguirre, C. R. Gonzalez,
M Mejia a., A. nieto, i-inzon,
G Potdevtn. canos saiKaao. Ja c.
Salgado, R. Toro, Gabriel Zapata,
from Colombia. R. Arsya. from
Costa Rica. J. E. Baei, F. A. Ber-
ua 1,E. Carrera, J. V casuua, j.
A Cruz: from Guatemala. L. Co
lombo. A. Echeverria. B." Escalan
te Arango, L. L. Gonzalez, E. B.
Jimenez Diaz, Galvan Rincon.'.J
Sanchez Gavito Irom Mexico. A.
Abbott, from Panama. F. J. Al-
fonzo, A.. Condes, ;J. Bastos
res, J. R. Goode, J. Haeussler, J.
G. Hernandez, Alfredo Jane, Enfi
que Jimenei G., F. . onnson,
S. M Molina, Oscar Nava, A.
Puyuelo, Laslso Rajkay, Carlos E.
COMPARE

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi records
en 33 1-3 Rpm, classical, pop-;
ularo and azx music of all;,
makes. Ordar. accepted.. A-'
GENCIAS DIAZ 37th St. No.
4-A. '
FOR SALE: U Covered trai(.;
or, two wheel, good condition.
Apply to Cafe SiHon during of office
fice office hours. Make your offer. ..
FOR SALE: Trailer Hitch,
Easy : washing machine 25 ey. ey.-baby
baby ey.-baby high chair, desk lamps,
telephone falbe and chair, uti utility
lity utility t a bio, Lg. kerosenne can,
tool closet radio transformers
25-40 cy. 8 tube and 4 tuba.
0805 Plank St. Balboa; Phone
2-2188. -' -, ,
FOR SALE: Girl's bicycle,
24", excellent condition $20.
3 yrs. eld 84-5201.
FOR SALE: Modern beauty
salon, host location in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Good : Patronage. For -further
information write to A A-partado
partado A-partado 2021, Panama.
General
Alcoholics anonymous
drawer "a." diablo
ox 1211. cristobal. c.z.
Engineer Division's
Senior IICO Spence
Reenlisls In Army
M-Set. Robert L. Spence of the
US. Army Caribbean School's en engineer
gineer engineer Division has just reenlist reenlist-eii
eii reenlist-eii for a five year tour of duty. Sgt.
Spence, who speaks ioth Spanish
and English, is the. senior, non noncommissioned
commissioned noncommissioned 'officer in the En En-gtneer
gtneer En-gtneer Division. ii--; 4 vv r; n
He will have more than 20 years
of active' duty after this new
Vhitch'-i completed, and he says
he would like to stay in the Army
for'aull thirty year tour. 1
A native of Boise. Idaho, Spence
is a graduate of the University of
Idkho School of Mines with a de
cree in engineering. He is married
and he and Mrs. Spence and their
three, children live at Fort Gulick.
Seence entered the Army in Feb
ruary, 1938. He arrived in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone in April of 1954 and will
leave the Command for reassign-
rrent next year. -,4.- )

Flo-lRjinel.,Alvaro Zapata, from Ve

nezuela. r
Fxocutivos and guests: C.v E.
Rodriguez, J. A. Westfal, W. H.
Morroe, j. u. Aivanno ana c.
Unstable."
THE PRICE-

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AT

LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Preteons
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
Dunn. 'i-i '

Motorcycles
FOR SALE; Cushman Scoot
or with side car,' practically
now. "Cia. do Productos Arcl-
lla,.S.A. Via Espana 37-47.
Phone 34140.
Real Estate
?) FOR SALE: i Only ( $1,500
- down, large house on largo 800
"meter lot. Radio City. REAL
- BARGAIN. PATTERSON, 3 3-(1114.
(1114. 3-(1114. -
' FOR SALE: BARGAIN-On-ly
$544 down, $28.00 monthly,
$4444.00 total price, one-bod-
room chalet, 10th St. Rio Aba
io. PATTERSON, 3-1114.
FOR SALE: Nice .3 bod-
- room- heme and 4,500 motors
of land, near new racetrack,-:
1 $12,500 on terms. PATTER PATTERSON,
SON, PATTERSON, 3-1114.
V. Germany Wants
US Troops Manned
With Atomic Arms
: BONN. Germans'. May 10 (UP)
Konrad Adenauer's govern
ment declared today that United
States troops in Germany must
be equipped with atomic weap
ons. '---.. 1 (
' It warned that the I Soviets
have egun "a new phase in the
nerve war against fne west.'? r
It declared that -until a een-
eral agreement for controlled
disarmament Is reached with the
Soviets, American troops in Ger Germany
many Germany must have at least as ef effective,
fective, effective, weapons as those of the
Red- Army-.- , .,.

W-A:N.T-ED::':

. SERVICE. MANAGER
vith thorough kndwlodga "and long -txperiene In
Refrigeration, s air-conditioning;, genereJ mcha.nic
' and electricity, to take oyer management of ehops,
service personnel,' estimating-and installations of
long established distributor ? in. Panama City. Re Remuneration
muneration Remuneration on profit sharing 'basis plus basic sa
lary. Unique opportunity with 1 unlimited 'pos 'possibilities.
sibilities. 'possibilities. v f J I
Write in full detait to P. 6. Box 4942,
-'u-. PANAMA, H.P. "".

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WANTED: Three (3) bad bad-room
room bad-room chalet or apartment not
: later than June 1st. North A
morican family. Campo Ale
gre, Bella Vista, El Cangrejo.
Telephone 3-4579.

WANTED i A dog, must be
house broken, must, be 8 mos.
or over Phono 427, Colon or
write Box 5, Colon.
WANTED: Vantian blinds,
for porch of Barnebey, Prado
type building. In fair eondi.
ntion. Phone -Balboa 2-4413.
POSITION WANTED for high,
ly recommended maid wond wonderful
erful wonderful with children Albrook
84-22W. i .
Harry $. Tru;::n
Lauded In Congress
On 73 rd Birthday ;
WASHINGTON May 10- (UP)
--House Democrats wished for former
mer former president Harry S. Truman
a happy 73rd birthday Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday in' 40 minutes of speeches.
''Truman's own congressman
and long-time friend, Rep. Geo.
H. Christopher- tD-Mo.), led off
the salutes'
The Missouri 'con gressman
said Truman will "go down in
history as one of the greatest
presidents of th& United states."
Christopher, said Truman "does
have a temper'' but "I admire a
man who will stand up in the
face of the world lot the things
he believes ln."
Joining in the 'tributes wera
Democratic Reps. S. J. Carna Carna-han,
han, Carna-han, Leonor K. Sullivan and
Paul G. Jones of Missouri, Geo.
M. ; Rhodes t of Pennsylvania.
Wright Patman of Texas and
House Democratic Leader John
W, McCormack.
rij-v.;-.'t:vv,;.---;-. !.-.";. ;
Rep.' Fred ': Schwengel, of Io Iowa,
wa, Iowa, only Republican on the floor
at the close, joined in wishing
Truman Vgood health, happiness
and along life.' (
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FIRE XnKEATLNS HOMES This aerial view shows homes in the path of a raging forest
firentte outskirts of Manchester", Mass. Every able-bodied man in 'town and 1,000 volun volun-tiers
tiers volun-tiers from nearoy communities fought to keep the blaze from wiping out a new housing

-development.
New England

M Firefighters Quell Blazing Forests

"(.mtowi ii. u m hip)
'frrewen appeared today to be win,'
. .... . ... ..' r-..L
h hxfrla of the New End
UnJjoresr f Ires. A-dawn check
thowed every major forest fire in,
'fiw England under control. But
Condition remained "explosive"
feecauta of lack of tain.'
rThl5"was the situation at the
iiaor fires: .
"Plyifi'buth. Mass.: The 20,000 20,000-Icre
Icre 20,000-Icre holocaust contained, on ev every
ery every side. West of Plymouth. 30
sottages 'turned. North' of the
iown, a minor fire put out. South
if the town, Ptfscilla Beach save
jy a natural firebreak created
Irora an older, burned-out area
Eleven hundred firemen still at
She scene: --'- ...
. TTanneriiinlr 1 Ml': Touch anO
(o though under control
after,
turning' -17 Jwuicungs. .1 ;
AthoUMass,:. After threaten-,
sng the city of Athol this 'fire
contained by 500 volunteers
ir.r .firemen of a dozen depart depart-'r
'r depart-'r silts' who .walked two miles
:Vough woods to s t e m the
''-Mnes in a night-long strugele
vmbroke..N.H.: One home and
i hfr farm buildings engulfed
v flames, but the, "W-acre fire
wider control '. ; f!: v
, Ilij rainlcii region lied t h e
p'rowiiM of a few showers, toniqht;
but weather f orecastert said they
doubted the showers could com-;
pletel put out the remmantt of
am 70 fires from Maine to Con
At. Portland. Ma:, the Sebaco.
facht Club voted to ask Gov.
Edmund s. Muskie to hire a
jainmaker. At Boston, prayers
brrfain were said with every
Mhpllc mass in every church.
More than 5.000 numb-tired
irefighters battled the flame
vhich threatened to wipe out
kp Ions of West Kennebunk,
Jfiinethe Wrenttiam-PIa'nvil-
) TODAY! .75 .40
3:05.. 5:05 7:05 9:05 p.m.
ASpine-Tinglihg Drama!
hWHAT HAPPENED TO
C:i HER HONEYMOON?
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Situation Still Explosive

ile area in Southeastern Mas
Uachusetts, and Plymouth.
lPivao hnrnpH mnro than
Virpa hnrriprf more than 1.000
acres of woodland in New York
state, including 400 acres on
Long Island Sound where one
house-was destroyed.
New York Gov. Avcrell Harri Harri-man
man Harri-man ordered the Hew York state
civil defense forces alerted to aland
by for duty to fight forest fires in
New York and bordering states.' In
upstate New York, some 200 acres
of pine and spruce in Schoharie
County were burning,
r ; i m t
IpfirA lnH.aCrB Tver
evacuated in the priscuia eacni
section of Plymouth as flames
leaped througn tree tops w me
sea. One cottage was destroyed
and the others were endanger-
ed ,:;:.s.v- v
At least lour nomesana one
parage were destroyed in West
Kennebunk as 50-foot flames
rared down both sides or a roaa
toward that Village of 500. The
hoot, was n Intense that 500
grimy firefighters were forced to
retreat. "!.? :. ',- i.
Resldents fled 25 "homes' In. a
new development 12 Wrentham
which was m tne patn oi aiast aiast-moving,
moving, aiast-moving, fire In the Wrentham
Plainville area,
Forest
fires in Wisconsin and
aha tceliBM of the nation were
reported under control. One bias
burned about 4,000 acres in Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin before it was checked.
United Press Staff Corre Correspondent
spondent Correspondent Michael Posner said he
siw a vacant house "explode
like a book of matches" from
the intense heat at West Ken Kennebunk.
nebunk. Kennebunk. The house which ways
believed to have had barrels of
oil stored inside was, several
hundred yards from the flaming
wooas.
I The fire swept through an
outlying section of West Ken
nebunk and headed toward Bld Bld-deford,
deford, Bld-deford, Maine, about eight
miles away. School children in
West Kennebunk were moved to
the high school for safety.
Massachusetts Gov. Foster Fur Fur-rolo
rolo Fur-rolo tooir personal command of
the fire fight at Manomet Prls-
rtlla PeiJrh seftlnn nt Plvmonth
As one fire raged south of the
I LITTLE LIZJ
You hov to wofk to oet o oood
reputation, but you con get o bod
one ju&t by playing oround.cA

Leading Men Go On Forever, But What Of The Heroines

Of Yesteryear? Movies iTdugh On

limi.vwniin v in nrp
Actresses, line 010 soldiers, lade
ray, but their leading men go
ui -forever.
That's the opinion of blonde Jan
Sterling who says movies are a lot
tougher on gals than guys.
Where are the leading ladies
today who starred with Clark
Cable. Gary Cooper, Jimmy Stew Stewart
art Stewart and Robert Taylor when they
tii t broke into pM-tuTes? Jan
aks
Atw anvrMwtv ta mntisui tlw
ramek their co-stars of 20 years
ffu artui ara cf ill nlavine mminttf
leads. Tbey lust area't around any
snore, .ado u taey cua come Dan
rt would be to play character
rules.
Jan say the pro-World War II
rata m alatftowr oirts have mi-
tw dropped owt f dwe k a
nose oHoasrher r snored te toi toi-vieeaai
vieeaai toi-vieeaai roles.

1

area, a second blaze bore down
from the north. t j.
The Plymouth tree fir was be-'
lieved-set in Myles Standiih re reservation,
servation, reservation, 1 2,000 acre pine tree
forest containing a prison camp.
Prisoners worked shoulder-to-shoulder
with firemen, volunteers,
and Boy Scouts in futile attempt
"to choke the moving fiery wall 10
miles wide and five miles deep.
The fire raced ; through; the
rf.prva.tinn toward the sea de
spite the efforts of. men a n d
machines to halt It.
Th Massachusetts ":c Depart
ment of Natural Kesources said
two men, one carrying., a wow
torch, were seized for being ,ln
n wnod-land area in violation of
a department order. s n 't 4
f rurcoio, wno last nignr, ceciar ceciar-ed
ed ceciar-ed a state of emergency In Mas-
ooVtiicsttji anrMa.led : for more
men to cope with the worst: fire
peril in New England in
cade. !: i -A : v 4S-''-
Senate: Ignores

Votes To Support Budget Cuts

WASHINGTON,' May 10 (UP)
Ihe Senate Approplrations Cem Cem-m'ttee
m'ttee Cem-m'ttee ignored S administratioa
warnings of new mail service cut cut-barks
barks cut-barks today and voted to support
tUi House in ulashinf 58 million
dollars from the Post Office De
partment's new budget. h
Th art inn taken bv arenorted
vote Of 2" to 3, reversed the group's
subcommittee on postal' funds
which voted earlier to restore u
million dollars of the House cut.
Dnm.toar Honpral Arthur E
Summerfieldwarned then that he
would nave to cut oacc mau aerv aerv-'e
'e aerv-'e again July 1 if the ; Senate
fai'ed to restore the full 58 mil mil-l:on
l:on mil-l:on dollars cut by the House plus
another 70 million dollars 10 w
The Senate was expected to ap
prove tne committee diu- nexi
wr ek.
Th. meaaiire the first reaular
money bill approved by the com
mittee this session, carried fJ.uu.
0oP .000 for the Post Office Depart
mint. S691.467.000 tor e xrea
srry and $1,400,000 to run the
r.l Tar Court
President Eisenhower originally
.n...ci.H 9j; nnn ono for the
miil service. 1713.831.000 for the
Treasury and tl.460.000 for the
Tax Court.
Senate, Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.) offered the
motion that the Senate group ap approve
prove approve only the funds voted by the
economy bent House for the three
agencies.
He told newsmen later that the
majority of the committee believ believed
ed believed Summerfield, who suspended
mus' mail service ne weekend
last month because of a fund short short-ace,
ace, short-ace, "should make every possible
"Remember Kay Francis, MrT-
or V n la l
na Lav. Irene Donne. Paulette
Goddsrd tod Jean Arthur?
They're rarely seea.by the public.!
riveo Gene Tierney, Betty Grab
Drothy Lam our, Hedy Lamar and
Madeline Carroll have all bat
drvpped from fight.
"Yet their leading men trrol
Pyrin Bing Crosby, Bob Hope
Cery Crant and Jooa ayne are
at II foinf strong," Jaa pointed
It nitH aa artreaa alon
and
ak 'wot noppenT-
iMwiin0 In thai anTiAWV afar
society doesat object to mea go
nf vui wtui su ii vt w years
Utir Junior. Ia other woods. Gable
tsu ant r.iiuDeia laviar oa iae
'screen and nobody yells for the
"But let aa actress ia aer 4r
mm ant with an artnr ta hi a Ma

and eyebrowi shoot trp likt .sky

VSlA't 144 million dollar budget
down to 55 million dollars and
transfer its operations to. the State

up nmeni.
" Castle, founder? and former pres
lrtant nf Patli Films. Is the au
thor of a recent book on the for
eren aid program entitled "ine
Great -Give-Away' He also serv-
a 1 ait nrmapundist for thft eov-
ernment in both World Wars.
He told the sobeommitte the
USIA'a record "of little if any
ecompllshmnts vr a period
of' many year has become an
intenational disgrace."
"Mn nrt ; mnre the nrinnioal
h.winess of the USIA aDoears to
be solely to promote the shifting
sands ana views ana uesires vi
fho Wriifj House Castle laid.
USIA Director Arthur Larson ap ap-yeareri
yeareri ap-yeareri hpfore the subcommittee
venterrlav to urffe restoration of
the 38 million doUars slashed from
Lis fiscal. 1958 budget by the House.
He -and his aides will return for
more questioning tomorrow.
The USIA, whose functions in in-.inHo.
.inHo. in-.inHo. the v Voice 1 of America.
serves as America's official prop
aganda organ overseas.
Castle told the subcomittee it
"well and cood" to- say that
President Eisenhower wa "devot "devoted
ed "devoted to ptace'f and sought to use
the USIA to achieve that objec
tive. .1- iji"
But ho added, "there will be
other protidontt In year to
eom nd who tan foretell to
ha purpose they may wish to
kl. : Whit Houso mani-
' pulatod propaganda agoncy."",
ICastle -described Larson as 'a
wtiit. Home ohost writer
and inventor of "Mongrel Repub-
lipamsm,'" He said tne inexper inexperienced"
ienced" inexperienced" ;ilSIA director 'is budd budd-inf
inf budd-inf a vast bureaucracy to promote
the President's personal objects in
far, away places.", ; ; ,'
attempt toiabsorb, the 55 aftiflioa.
dollar reoucuon; .-'v!,j:,.r'-'.;
? One committee member, who
iiinai nu nf hi name, said one
factor in the committee's decision
was a desire to show that the Sen Senate
ate Senate really means what It says a-
bout the need to economize mis
year.'"" '.''.'''f' ':"''' .' jt' "' '
The Senate In the tast tradition
ally has restored a good part of
the House reductions in preswen preswen-tiah
tiah preswen-tiah budget requests. ? ?
Kiimmerfield. in a near 'Ultima
tum to the subcommittee yester
day, said tne volume oi mau
running hsarply ahead of what the
PraeiHanf evnenterl when he Bub-
mitted his original budget requests
to congress last January.
He then satd that postal service
mn .iH have ta ha curtailed Unless
be got all the funds he requested
by the start U me new nacai year
July 'L. '-: r':'
Last month's crisis came about
when Summerfield spent in the
firat three nuarters of the Tear
funds which Congress had ea

Postal

Fed-hnarked for postal operations in

the final nnarter.
Summerfield at that time de-
manrlerl an extra 4T million dollars.
touching off a storm in Congress.
He finallv ffot 41 million noiiars
of the request after suspenoing
mail deuvenes and closing down
post office windows for one week
end. i- -
The committee action doesn't
necessarily mean .Summerfield
won't eventually get all the money
he considers necessary. He told
tne subcommittee yesterday he
would be back in about 10 days
with a request for additional funds.
Congress presumably will take
a new look at the situation then.

Gals, Actress Avers

rockets, Jaa sard between takes
- a a- niL. T 1. J aW
of 'The Kan Who Rocked the
Boat" at Universal-International.
MA1aA tnnaf mn Krnm mnr
handsome as they mature, more
cbaracter shows in tneir laces.
Hahle fnr inxtanr ia a better
kicking man now thaa be ever
waa 1 : 1
"Wnmaa inahira earlier than
uen and age more rapidly. Maw
rtara are at their peak io the 50s.
Wbf-o an actreoa depends solely an
a Deauurul nee ane won do a
rutDd whan the beauty begins to
fade"
i -' --A
Jaa added that -more roles are
availahla tar men than women.
That's because there areal
many youngsters coming along to
replace the Olivia ieriaviuaaA.
Jaae W v m a a and Lortua

Youngs, ska said.

ayjaii nu mi i n mtv" ." "VJ
;
I l' :
'K

MCCARTHY LAID TO REST .i-

we casket containing tne. body 01 her husbana, sen. josepn
McCarthy, during funeral services at Appleton, Wis. ;V,she is
r ,!Ml f J : .holding the. flag which draped the 'casket.; k

IC
OrchesIraVillGiYO
3rd Concert Series $
The National Svmhhonlc Or
chestra will give a subscription
series of concerts for the third
consecutive year beginning May
22 at the National Theatre..
Daniel Ericourt. the well known
pianist,- Is scheduled to perform.
Violinist Raul Cabezas Duffner
and baritone Luiscarlos Garcia
will also appear with the Or
chestra. .WJiV-'t'- J..' -V-1- K"'-
An Invitation has been Issued
to American comooser Rev Fa
ther, Russell Woolen to conduct
one of his own works In the
fifth concert of the series. t
Among Panamanian sollsts
will be heard Mrs. Winderllch
Eduardo Charpentler. Rene Bre-
nes, Jose Luis Cajar Escala. and
the promising young pianist
PrlsciUa Fllos. ; :" ;': c, 1
Conductor Herbert ?de Castro
has included classical and mod-
era composers in his careful
programming. ,
Subscription tiekets for the six
concerts can be obtained at the
Department of Fine Arts, tele
phone .2-0258. Only orchestra
seats are available since box
seats and dress circle have been
sold out already.' 1

The Central Circuit Js

' ."'."it
To Announce

! That lo celebrale iU 10th ANNIVERSARY,
Tuesday, May 14th, it .will present in the
CENTRAL-LUX
Theatres, two extraordinary productions,
which we are ure will be acrlaimed. br
our audiences, with the same enthuMafin
as the prerious outstanding pictures we
have been aliowiojr.

I

British For End To

Mrs. Joseph McCarthy looks at
Bobni OriTo H
JianislltfCcrlhyM
Ienala Sesl
,1 MADISON. WisJ May iO;'(UP)
A boom was developing today
ror the appointment 01 tne tate
Sen, Joseph R. McCarthy's wid widow
ow widow to his U.S. Senate seajL'
t Republican legislators were
working to give Gov. Vernon
Thomson, a Republican, power to
appoint a successors State law
prescribes a special election.
Democrats, led by State Party
Chairman philleo Nash, charged
that appointment of an inteiim
senator would be f'not in- the way
of a democracy but the way of a
dictatorship." f V..,;
Support for the appointmen
of Mrs. Jean McCarthy to suc
ceed her husband was led by GOP
Kep. A1V1I1 ti. V &OUSU.' :
"The voters elected Joe Mc
Carthy and his philosophy v for
six years," O'Konskl said. "There
Is no one who could represent his
point of view better, than
Jeanie." .r vv-.v-
Rayon4 Advertises.
Cotton Carnival ;
MEMPHIS. TennMay 10 (UP)
Cotton carnival sponsors were
dismayed to discover today that
the 236 orange and black banners
advertising the event on down
town lamp, posts were maae ot

Nuclear

'MOSCOW, May 10 UP) The
Supreme Soviet resolved1 today to'
. appeal directly to the American
Congress and British parliament for
an immediate and to nuclear .teat
explosions. ,-
v Foreign Minister Andrei Gro Gro-myko
myko Gro-myko charged before Russia's
parliament that the "western
powers "consistently oppose and
undermine efforts to reach a a-greement".
greement". a-greement". on disarmament.
In a report on atomic, tests,
he reiterated that Russia will
continue to- produce n u c 1 e a r
weapons and guided missiles as
long as there is no agreement
banning them., -,
After Gromyko's report w his
Jh-st to' parliament since suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding Dmitri Shepilov as. For Foreign
eign Foreign Mlnlsterthe Supreme So Soviet
viet Soviet voted its direct approach to
American ; and British ; lawmak-
e. ; i
The resolution called far a,ll three
parliaments to organise 'a joint
' committee which would exehanpe
opinions en the methods of out outlawing
lawing outlawing tests and eyentually ban banning
ning banning use of nuclear weapons. ;,
1 11 1 1 1 f
The Sunreme Soviet earlier
unanimously approved Commu
nist party chief Nikita Knrusn Knrusn-chev's
chev's Knrusn-chev's sweeping shakeun of the
nation's industry after ; adding
a number of -MnefMlmentSrv
In making his report. Gromy Gromy-ko
ko Gromy-ko SDoke for 20 minutes. He dis
cussed the London disarmament
conference and the overall nego negotiations
tiations negotiations on nuclear control..
He offered the first official
Soviet answer to recent western
statements that nuclear tests
should be registered because not
all can be detected by outside
nations.v
"This contradicts the 'facts,'
Automation; leyerf
Likely To Replace
BackRiib By Nurse
LOS ANGELES, May 10 (UP)
Dr. Albert W. Snoke.or New
Haven, Conni, president of the
American Hospital Assn., today
discounted a suggestion that au automation
tomation automation be applied to hospi hospitals.
tals. hospitals. "You cannot automate a
highly individualized personal
service such as hospitals pro provide,"
vide," provide," Snoke said, "or at least. I
don't know how automation
could take the place of a back
rub ,by a nurse."; ; .;

TODAY LUX THEATRE
HELD OVER 2nd WEEK

v 'AUDRflf HENRY :
i fit

If It Is at an possible to make a simple statement about a
three-boar, twr nty-elrht-mlnote notion picture, it wouKI
bate to be said that "War and Peace," which la now show showing
ing showing at 'the LUX Theatre Is one of the greatest films of a'l
time. There Is bo point of departure In reviewing the mam-
. moth prodactioa that does not end in snpertatives, wheth whether
er whether spectacle, performance, story, color, camera work, or rut
plain entertainment varae. It is not merely a hore mn. n
picture, it la a hagely wnrTOssint;, tremendously Biovi.-r.
one, a milestones In movie history.
. Thmurh seven years of war, from Anaterlilt, throi ;h
bloody Borodino, the horning of Mownw, Napolmn r r-treat
treat r-treat from the holocaust and hu final defeat at Brr -tha
YUlaVUion, Technicolor camera of direct or Kinr
create oome of the most iirnmr military and human -tacle
yarn will ever see on a motion pUture screen. .
never f arret ar and Peace."

THREE SHOWS DAILY
SHOWS
FXATCRLS

Tests

Gromyko said.!' -"The explosion
has not yet occurred which re remained
mained remained undetected."
Gromykoi also said:
' Western statesmen, including
President Eisenhower and British
Prime Minister.' Harold Macmillan, v
declared this spring that Russia prob probably
ably probably can carry out undetected tests
in its vast land mass.
Advance registration of tests
as proposed by the west in in insufficient
sufficient insufficient and fails to solve the
basic problem. 1
The Soviet Union- is compel compelled
led compelled to, continue testing and
manufacturing A-bombs due to
the dangerous international sit situation
uation situation and especially due to the
"American brink of war policy"
and unchecked competition be between
tween between the great powers for
"stronger, -deadlier weapons of
mass destruction."
"The Soviet Union insists on
immediate cessation of all tests
and a ban on nuclear weapons."
Britain and the United
States would, like to see the So-
viet Union discontinue tests uni unilaterally,
laterally, unilaterally, but "they want too
much. This Is Impossible because
it would threaten Soviet secur security
ity security and increase the dangers of
nuclear war."
it Is "premature to talk a a-bout:
bout: a-bout: the outcome" of. the Lon London
don London disarmament conference.
"The future will tell whether the
West continues Its obstruclonist
tactics or will facilitate agree agreement."
ment." agreement." :- 'V;'v:"-"'vvi'.--:. '.''
Ucsliicr Or Vzl
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$1 hours, pnriinr 8 a.m. today.
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harbors) 79 ; 83
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HIGH LOW
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