The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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PANAMA, K. P., MONDAY, MAT 13, 1957

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'BEFORE THE RAINS CAME. J,.' This majestic culpo'We, at the south end of fted Tank Is no
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mure. xiie ocaowi a iou w- -

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Local! 900 Invites Private CZ Firms
To Unionization Discussion Thursday

A ipokesman for the American Federation of State, Coonty
Municinai Fmnlnrei. AFL-CIO declared today that a meet-

lnf sponsored by Local 900 to Inform officials of private firms

operatlnc In the Canal zone or present pians to unionise, inw
workers will be held on schedule at the La Boca Theater In La

Boca, on, Thursday ta 4:30 p.m. :
.The union spokesman added that officials of Locals 900 and
907 will be present. '
' They plan to get acquainted with' the officials of private
firms and enter into detailed discussions in connection with the
rudiments of the plans for unionization of the workers of these

firms.. ".'' '

'The sookesman said invitations

were sent out to more than. 5
firms bv Santiseo Graham G., xe-

n.rriinff and corresnondinK secre

tsry for Local 90a, and it is hop-
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ea vnai omciais wm wjiuui

attending the meeting.

Anv firm "operating in the Canal

Zone m a temporary or p e r m i-

nent basis whicn nas not recejv recejv-A
A recejv-A an invitation is invited to send

reoresentatives to the meeting, the

..in ft

IUUVU OiUJkCO ; i ; j;

He went, on to eay that the' fo focal
cal focal unions have arranged this
meeting primarily with the aim
of establishing good labor-man
agement relations with the
firms, and if the meeting U
cemoletely Ignored, it Is felt that
public opinion cannot but. appro
elate the effort ef union off I-

a r .

4-Hour Operation V

Perfcir.:d On II:nd

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f i r k r

Red Tanks Famous Guipo

Topples In W 'eeke'na1 Rainstorm

When it finally rained over the weekend it poured Some 24 ,hour totals: Bal Bal-"
" Bal-" boaJ 4 68 to.; Cristobal, 2.57 ins-; Gatun?.3.47, ins.; .Pedro "Miguel 3.28 ins.
.Shvy-ratastorai': Saturday, night .hlch, brpke the 'unusually Uong dry

season '- caused at least one weu-ioiown- uanat lanamaritnj ;aut u;vwie waiuc,
1 leaving in its wake some stunned Zonians. r" V'- ; 'J -1 '' : ;'' '' 15 i I
The 300-year-old cuipo tree : which towered majesticaUy .at jthe south .xd;of I
-;J rrv,i, ,0. nrnntPft hv! thft tstorm; and fell across the road blocking traffic

imft.ct. twn" hours and startlinc some of ; the automoble .drivers

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conironiea ay uiauuucu. uuiui J y ;

Tree

"Imaeine comine face to face

rwlth what looked to; me like a
heavy concrete wall, right on the
highway," one lady ; driver re remarked
marked remarked today. "All I could think
of was Where in the world am
I?" i; -'.;;

A canal ollot who experienced

the same feelinK said today:";

."I shook myself, and asked tny

companion, wnai nas ouuucnu
..AHn, uru4i. Vianrt0nd9'"

All agreed it was a ahatterlng
experience : to 'have something

Panama

ToCo

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For US Loan

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WASHINGTON, May 13 (UP)

Panama began negotiations today
for a United States loan to finance

the completion ot me inier-Aiuei-ica
highway in, that coun.tr7;,'AA.
An application for a $12,849.000

Rear Adip. AlkescW
Reliring horn Ilavyl
Al Op Request ;

Ln was submitted to the government-operated
Export Import
B?nk by- Panama's Comptroller
General, Roberto Heurtematte.
. He told the United Press. t b a t
his government estimates it will
take four years to complete the

500-kilometer gap now existing be

tween Manama and Costa Rica.
He peinted eut that In edditie
te sharing with the United
States the ground breaking end
basic cenatrwetiea cost -of the
highway, Panama has wndertak-'
en te concrete the entire stretch
en Panamanian territory,
. Heurtematte 'who is well ac-

with economic officials

fipai' Adm. in z." c. Atkeson. U.

e XTn rimn.nint nf J the QUainteG

15th ifil WrtrtctVlU haul hre due to hi. year, of serving

rfown hU flflff on Friday of this rnamaniau goyemrn- m um xn-r;

dark suddenly block" the ; view

from the winoow so completely

Aitnough .there was Heavy
damage to only one automobile

. in a double-car smasa on ei either
ther either aide of the tree, the peo people
ple people involved today shuddered,
to think what would have hap hap-.
. hap-. pened to them had they driven
past that spot minutes ear
lier, as the giant tree was fall
inf. ,v

' Tne culpo was not the only ca casualty
sualty casualty of the downpour. "l ;
As a result of the rainstorm,
the main transmHtter as well e
the stand-by transmitter at the
Balboa Police Station went out
at about :45 p.m. The electrie
failure caused repeated burglar
alarms te be act off, and street
lights went out all ever the
Balboa area. -1 ?.

Besides the culpo, two trees on

An American seaman who was
evacuated from the tuna boat E E-cuador
cuador E-cuador overahe weekends u- re recuperating
cuperating recuperating in Gorgas from four four-hnni
hnni four-hnni akii. eraftinc oneratiort on

his arm which was badly mangled

in an ice machine. ,,(

AutboriUes said that the Injured

oiler, Joe Coeho, 34, was still on
the seriously 11T list todsj!. Doctors

worked frantically on. SIturday
afternoon trying to save the. man's,
hand during four hour opera
tion. r '.
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: Coeho's family in Saa Piego, Ca
Biornia has been notified, and -he

will talk to them sometime today
by telephone. ;, .'.?.
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According to Panama : Agencies,
agent for the ship, the tuna boat
U,ok off to continue fishtner Their

trio was interrupted Friday aft-J

ernoon when Coeho's oily hand
slipped on an ice machine belt,
and was mangled in the machine.
An" emergency ; call -for- help'
bn.ught a, COPA plane to hips res rescue.
cue. rescue. (Air Rescue outfits in the
Zone, reduced drastically by Con Congressional
gressional Congressional cuts, were unable- te
belp.) --

cialt te establish food relations
at the outset.

Consequently, if anything goes

wrong in tne xuture while deann
with these firms, it surely w i I

nut be the fault or responsibhty of

union officials, ne declared.., i

Harold W. Rerrie," chairman of

Local 900, will preside over the

meeting, -

Marilyn Puis Fool

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Into Sports World,!

Comes Oul Limping

NEW YORK. May 13 (UPW

Marilyn Monroe put her foot into

the world of sports today 'and went

out limping,

Flanked bv a trooo of Bov

Scouts whose good deed for the
day was to protect her from her

olar male admirers,' Miss Mon-
"n kirlfpii oi(t (H firff'orrf" ball

: The bosomy blonde actress
made' her athletic debut in a
skimpy blu dress with shoulder
straps that sbpped dangerously
low from time to time. 1
Her appearance marked the
opening of a 'game between
Hapoel of 'Israel, the Israeli
championship team, and the A A-meriran
meriran A-meriran league All-Stars. The

gam was a .feature of a salute
to Israel program..,

Miss Monroe arrived at the
home of the Brooklyn Dodgers

baseball team riding on the hack
seat of a convertible car. She
waved as the fans cheered. v
"Then, wearing spike heeled
shoes, she kicked the soccer ball
trice for photographers and once
for; the soccer players.', .
Once she scored a -direct hit,
smack oi. the' bead of United
Press photographer Joel Landalu.
After the Ust kick, the bill was
pirkea up and handed to the cap

tain of one of the soccer teams.,
The ball then -was put officially
into play while Miss Monroe limp limped
ed limped off on the arm of beaming

Court Judge Samuel LiebOwits, her

official escort for the day.

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

' t or at. wrwRP APEH "uublish-

erL are worried over what they

considering Is a dlsturhing; ana
Income-sapping situation which
has been going on for some time
regarding the publication of ad advertising
vertising advertising 'for medicinal products.

All advertlisng for patent rem-

d lea must be suDnuuea w uie

Public Health Department pe

fore it may be published.-1

ThA nrenared text for some Of

these ads, especially; those like

aspirins and stomach aucaiizera,
usnaiiv underaroes some change

or deletion at the jjldgmenb of

the department's aayisers.
In the case of U.S. advertisers

the amended advertisings copy
must be sent back to the States
for final approval Jthus causing
what the publishers consider to

be the unnecessary? aeiay p wie
publication -of the advertising.
' in some cases,' rather than

submit to. all that bother and

delay. U.S. advertisers preier to

cancel their advertising cam
paign here and spend their mon
ey elsewhere, $

The" tabloid La Here oredicred
that a definite break between the
diuidanti of the National Patriotic
Cealitien (CPN) and Preiidant lr lr-ente
ente lr-ente da la Giianji Jr. was only
kauri sway today.
Th tiitwfinaner iuoted an un

named individual : who attended
a meeting held last night at the
home of First Vice President Te Te-mlstocles
mlstocles Te-mlstocles pias by .leaders ofthe
Rvnhi(innaria AOtentlco, Union

Popular and Liberal Doctrinarlo

factions or me era.

,!to 'alnlTier the

p . : ,.. if hi it .waul Ties

ident dS'ia GuardM. Who is ai0

nrtiidtnt Af. the CPN. was ex

pected momentarily, the tabloid

aaia.
nenlte the break, the disrsl

dent factions would still con

tinue to form part of the CPN
as "mutants." La Hora aaW. .,
At the meeting, which wa at attended
tended attended by Dr. Bernardino Gon Gon-xeies
xeies Gon-xeies Ruin, president of the' last

National Electoral Jury, and his
brother. Dr, Sergio Gonzalez

Ruiz, former Labor and Health
Minister, a committee was nam named
ed named to prepare the manifesto for

final approval toaay. :
- Speculation en the eeMlbiUtles
.ef Preiieeet de la Geardia being
called o fe tettify In ceuit.wea
aired today.

La Hora said attorneys for a
woman whose fence and tool-

house last week were destroyed
hv tractors under order of the

superintendent- of the Rosario

mining company on uie un un-tie
tie un-tie side, may decide to summon
statements made by the super

intendent, who allegedly declar-

the President to confirm or aeny
ed in the presence of four wit

nesses tnat ne naa me lence

and the' toolhouse knocked down

on orders from the president oi

Vx :n n r r 7

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the Republic.

Macmillans 0

To Snippers Gets
Silent Treatment
' h f Z- ,l a;' it;;', ,

LONDON, May 13 (UP) Prim "Minister HaroTJ
Macmillan today gave British shippers permission- to re resume
sume resume use of the Suez Canal. 'f 'f'K.
,. He told the House Commons the decision was madi
in view of the decision of a majority of members of the
Suez Canal User Association to let member goyernmenU
make their own choice on the unofficial boycott of thi
waterway, '; - ''.-;
Macmillan's long-awaitedT announcement was heard!

in total silence in the crowded chambers

r

Macmillan also I announced

that, negotiations are to be o

pened with Egypt "in a neutral
center" on financial differences

with Egypt over tne Etrypwan

seizure of the Suea ganat

In Cairo

UWIVtMUtWU j

said informal talks with Britain
are already under way with
view to resutt 1&R trade relations

broken off last autumn.

In anno unclng permisslen

foriBriUsh ships to resume use
of the waterway, ; Macmillan

said; n f ft s

' "-'I mrA tniiarttv f the fol

Uno In titm ihioeme onforV

ence Mrving ( the orineie- trade
east ef See have Indicated tear
thoy will fconeoforth reete their.
hlBi thrauoh the Canal, es May

ef them have already deee.f

Me seifi shipowner Associates

In West Germany and the Scan Scandinavian,
dinavian, Scandinavian, countries already have
Informed members that the Suez

Canal Usera Association ewcisiuii

"should he interpreter as mwu
tno- that every country and ev

ery shipowner la now free to use

the canai. ; ; p .w

'wtfVi th reaervatlona of their

4Ytt. njViih i ha.ve already

said, have been stated en behalf.

of the member counmee oi

Suez Canal users isaociuu
Her Majesty's govemrnent can
v. iAnr,r ivisev British ahlp-

owners to refrain from using the

Canal.'' Macmlliari, saia. ;

twmnt made Jn connec

tion' with the canal-canaldues
and other purposes auch aewrt
dues, or water will Je made m
pounds sterling.'' ..MacmUlan
added.

. z
renorted previously

to be Insisting on being paid in

dollars or Swiss irance.

Two Pretty G ring as From Buffalo, New YwksMrbU
Ih Panama University As Exchange Students

Two nrettv erineas Mrs a-

Madden Road, one on Thatcher .monfth ,tlde?!!.war2r?J?
ui,h,. n4 nn- nra. -he freshmen class of the Lmver-

sity of Panama this morning, if.
Thev are Jayne Truckrnpert and

Patricia Regester, both from Jiuf-

lalo N.T. -.

Here en aa exchange student

Highway and one on Gorgas
Road fell victims to the storm.
Only the cuipo, however, block

ed uaiuc on we nignway. it was
picked up by a Maintenance Id-

nm cmh t.. 'i. kw as World Fellowship, t a e

p.m. Saturday. Today, the tree la

suji tying mere. 4
The heavy rain started

national Monetary Fund.: arrived

here last night, together wHh Pa-

week, his request for retirement

zL?rvw rr nemanian Ambassador Ricardo

rS V. Gallery.'M. Am, who had fading

Tnm MavaT niUl ""

;; (Continued en page t)
Bad Vealher Bars
2 Vilnesses From

MUkVUII MUUm

trlct at San Juan, Puerto Rico,i",,LL" i-nort loan.' be ex-
1U assume the duties of comJ p,dEi.edteonVi"
xnandant here OsJJery wiU llw for bndgM ,nd
continue to mainUia his offices WH, t ......
Jl '2 o i.' i t r B I He explained that 140 kilometers
Capt. A.. R St. Angelo, V. 8. hiy beee pived and that
Kavy, Will conUnue as chief of readi feeding into the : highway
etaft. and will be Gallery's locallheTe be eUrted.
representative.. Heurtematte some 18 months e-
Atkeson xwill be honored at fu Bf goti,ted $6,000,000 lean
ceremonies to be held Friday, la: i, t world Bank for the tm tm-front
front tm-front cf the 15th Naval District proveroent" of Panama's rural
headquarters buldina- at Fort hirhn .vttem. -

Amador. Meanwhile, .Ambassador Arias The case against the 40-yerf eW
He and Mrs. Atkeson plan to prepared to iee for Kansas City Panamanian was continued until
reside in Washinston. D. C. fol-iwt,ere a university will award Ur today.
lowins his retirement Atkeson Mm an honorary degree tomorrow! Rujano is charged witk battery
end his wife plan to leave the in rptoeiution ef his work proraot-on a girL Bad of S9 was et,ia
Canal Zone on May 20.- 'mg Paa Amerkaowm. te case.

two 17-yeu-old cirls are embark

ir n this adventure ith e "htH

tie Spanish" and a lot of fatib,. '-"We
"We '-"We think this is a wofderful
opportunity,'' said Jayne., "Every "Every-tiling
tiling "Every-tiling is sv different and ae-excit-
"loth tirls Trraduated this- yesr

from Bennef High School, in JBufii-l

10. iney pian to spena one. year
here and thee return to the -States

I complete their college educa

tion. -
Their foster parents during

rheir stay in Panama are Mr.

Bait Ww itit r. ni-nWand Urs. GUberto Raun Villalat

bly responsible for the fact t h a t' Franrisco The distaff rajm rajm-two
two rajm-two witnesses In a battery case'ber of the Batae family, Mrs. De De-enuldBt
enuldBt De-enuldBt appear before the Balboa'ra Brown de Bazaa VUslat, e

Maristrate.

According to a police detective.
tSe witnesses, called in a battery
case against Urencio Rujano. bad
come in from the lake town eif Sa Salamanca
lamanca Salamanca by cayuco.

- He said they probably were nre-l

nted from appearing beeanse ef

heavy rams over the weekend.

V

r

pnfesor ot the National ln.tttule
and local president of the .World
fellowship Organization. Emu
ho is a newipaper correapendeot

is vice pre $ id tot of the organus-t

tioa.

Last year another Norm Aaier-

ieaa, Sandra Gerlack. attended
fte Lice, at Senontas aere. and
Paaamamae Aura Cstela Velarde
event to school la the Staff, both
tnder the sponaorship ef World
"llnwth n Th ircinmlvia hooe

te bnrr dors U sludeoU in sll

this year.

L

JATXI TRrCXT-Vroai and PATRICU RXGLSTri Brten attenUvery m tteir.sjonaor'Ca-,
berto Bazaa VUUUn UUa them aome cf the customs cf lnama. The iwo girls are hen from
BwTalo. N.T-.to attend Panama University under the ionorshiB of World rellowship, aa in.

tercational organliaUon.

Sixth -Soviet Ship

Arrives; Seventh

' 1 V v if .
Waiti Jh' Jamaica"

The Pete, 'Pschalkovsky toda,
arrive in Canal waters this year.

load of tUt.t tr .a Cuba to -orta
tonal a 10;50 am.
Accflrdlne in tVi.

??nuend. Waidlaw. the Tacha'u

wwwit eary tomor tomor-Meanwhile.'
Meanwhile.' tomor-Meanwhile.' ..i

Rni.ut whether another
)V he Kolhoznli

wuujb pe commg herg or not.
Thft firjit mVrs tt. 4k m

ton freighter was suffering from
S,k ia Kingston,. Jamaica.
2T i"110- emeriency

v,. Y mn accidental

United Press report t

The Holhoniv ; -...

. luuif Home 1
from Cuba with a cargo of sugar

V,. rJi, """v-unuuiea step in
the British colonial port yestrf yestrf-day
day yestrf-day to deliver it fiMt t,.J-

Obederlakey Balers, to the hospi- :

The Ship's Other affl'een wm,i i

glve.no details of the cireum-
stances In- which tri first S
was wounded except to say thn
ne "was aeddantaiiw h, .

h.ead, whilg performing hj da
ties. ,y::,-- 4,',;-

Hunt For Sister 0C
Search; For; Atangcpj,
Man Still Loitered r

Because be was looking for
mangoes at 3:30 in the morning a a-round
round a-round Balboa Road, in ai area
wir recent burglary occurred,
James A. Ctarles today was tnti
$5 for Wtering.-
The 27-year-old defendant e res resident
ident resident of Pueblo Nuevo, at 1 1 r 1 1
told a policeman who spotted him
n-ar quarters 8SS on Balboa Road
that be was "just picking m a n-g-ee."
The policeman asked to are
hia identification card and after
examining to, kept iC 4 ;
Charke then 'changed his storr,
and -said be was. on his way w. i

a message to hi sister who Lvn

ta La Boca. -. -
r
"Whsft her lint?" ajked -e
policeman. At that point, bet i-

fd toda)', the defendant tu a-

Charles esme Into the f e

station today voluntarCy, tv r -K-emaa
told the court. T ;

feadertt apparently wasted to r r-tnere
tnere r-tnere his LD. card.

The policemen sid ttsat rt

particularty senaiuve" iV i t

area Where he round ctr

tering because it is rar f
ot W. W. Wood, who
are was robhd ef $:.'
st'xxs and bonds.



' TBM PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NZWSPAFES

MONDAY, MAT 13, 13ri

THE PANAMA AMERICAN

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CUM OmCt tS.170 CBNTBAL AVIUM MTWICN 1fM AN 18TR Mm
FORMON RIMMINTATIVW. JOSHUA POWERS, INC.
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TH IS YOU rORUM THI ADS OWN COLUMN
The Mall So h on odor farum for reader of The Panama Aminm,
Latter sft rata free1 gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential
' MINT,
If rH cMfriliHta a latter eWt be Impatient if R doesn't appear the
Rxt day. Latter an puellthed In the order received1.
- Plaaia try to keep Iha. tartar limited to ana paae length.
' v Identity of lattar writer It hold la itrlctaat confldanca.
. This newspaper mvmn no rpensibllity for atatanianti or opinion
ewpreiaed fa lattar from raadan.

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THE MAIL BOX

"ISLAND IN THE SUN"

t. a .t.u laffLiAtn in fvitt rarolinaji han threatened .to

IVCUli OUR W iBiiMm w -11 -
mnnu m. Mil fininir theater owner in that fair stats of that

fair nation $5000 If they should hays the brass to exhibit the
film "Island In The Sun," a story by Alec Waugh dealing, lh

part, with lnter-raclal love. :
That Obtuse, moronic policemen, pressure groups, religious
erganiiations and venal officials are censoring America's films
.. in averv town ftnrt rit.v with A mOVle hOUSS. U DSSide

tha point. In glaring, screaming contrast to the aforementioned

news Item was a long story teuing now me wuuiBn uwj
- dictator, Rojas, smoothly had himself "re-elected" by his hand-

Bicked "Congress." II you do not see a morai nere, you vc

aot studied history.
" Part of Bojas's climb to power involved tight restriction on
lreedom of speech. "El Tiempo" of Bogota, a newspaper which
openly apposed his regime, was closed for many months before

It was allowed to reopen unaer a new name, uu v1"""'-"

Th. nriu anrt nther mediums of mass communication have

always worked as a restraint and a check on tyranical govern government
ment government activities. Whether done deliberably, by a Mhemyig Ma-

chlavelll or inadvertantly by consent m n
to the face of halMlliterate, bigoted fanatics, s of freedom
of speech and press Is a fatal loss for an iy iree society: liberty,

cannot live without uveiy oiocubsiuii i ..
T?Sf retarded rent. of the : CaroUnas seen It

to send iuch ZTZ iu other .Amer-

Cmofe i"nt toaTfound in the Saturday Evening : Post is
Sj1cV that America may be on the point of
$.r'ij i- vivi tnnirM hut which films may be seen,

w aacwo u -j .T"r-r"...; ihAt. rtemocratle life as we

sucn a aangeiwua mu
know it may be ebbing from our country. wobhlv the
V If the Meblood of freedom wanes in America, PWB
isibastton f democracy in the world such a Jt U, the hvmn
it, .rM a. weak as it may seem,. must-sureiy

1rVBjtCVw Jw v

paul Revere

Labor Neivk:
Conimeiit

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orsen.

CANAL ZONE-PANAMA PHONE CALLS

Mr:

' i keey the paper that th Kuerza Lua la going; to build
i neVwephSe Exchange toklo(AW. Itf wJUm
toK to the announcement. Rio Abajo, Parque Wn vuu H";

.1 Thll is no jflouBt in ccw 'ifrrrfa. cr r

i t Know no uun ir oi uio cuu"' zr.. 'is ". ..,-,
but would : lFprtd If -ome small section of jnew'ulp jnew'ulp-.niajSnirked
.niajSnirked jnew'ulp-.niajSnirked for Rio Abajo could not be applied to setting

in a sketchy form of communications between saiooa ana m
other side of the Fourth of July, 'i Li.v,
, ..u i. .v. w ro t ftn fimrft to uie iiy telephone to

hJSU t.ckll up udge OatM. Crowe

at home and have mm nouer u.,
ftoni hS balcony close by the rourth of July ,1 have not yet
' fnrSi be more glad than I that r)o Ablijo ftjto
to wt a communication system which will outmode the Indian
ruiSers and pony express riders which I presume at present
Snimute lSi means of communication with the outside world
Let me urge these Indian runners and pony express riders
to dismiss from their minds any fear of being out of a Job.
There are many gainful years ahead of them,, scurrying back
'' and forth across the border between the Canal Zone and Fan-
' Even If they take a couple of days for the return Journey,
It will still be faster than trying to get a message across the
border on tha present telephone system, if any.
. Th mma. Lus's narent eomoany Is. I am told, up to Its

neck in the running fight between private and public power

projects Stateside, i mysen una an inierciung comppuuuu m
the ease with which I can call any place in the Canal Zone
ver the government-run phone system here, as compared with
th neor-lmnosslbllltv of callint Panama on ruerea y Lues

private enterprise phone system. -'
i Qulea Rabla?

' y V'CT0R RIE11-

Walking alono t h r o u g h the
streets or Vienna Hies night is

a man wno would like "le sing'
and whom the Russian secret

ponce would Iiko to silence.
There re no lilting waltzes en

nis mind his "singing" would
be from the notes of art ex-Soviot
agent who helped run tha Com Communist
munist Communist underground in America
for. docados. .-;,;., .,v

The lonely one is the form Rn.

viei attem mmseu, joou tmnio,

one tune director of organization

ior me .transport Workers Union

nere. banto has written three let

ters to transport ciiei Mut Quill

in me past lew rnontn.

oanra, wno was aeported some

years ago, became a Communist

oiuciai ju Hungary but crossea
the border into Austria after the

grim, aooruve revolution last Oc

tober. in these missives he ha

poured out toe woes of a man wno

found himself betrayed and disil

lusioned oy inose ne tnougnt were

noiomg aion a torch of freedom
which ne found, when he got close,
was fueled not by ideals but by
the agony of human, impnsoneu

soui. ,
Some weeks aeo. Hike Ouill.

whd drove Santo out of the union.

received the third of the notes
from. the ex Communist. It was
typed, but the words were etched
with the acid tears which onlv

those philosophically disinherited

ana in umbo can und from some somewhere
where somewhere deep inside. Santo wrote:

"When I escaped, I did not
expect te bo received with open
arms by anyone. I did what I did
because I ut could not stand
by and be a witness te and per
ticipant In the inhuman system
of government, politics, ethic,
economics ana immorality Mat
ground the people especially
tno workers ana peasants into
a helpless pulp. And all fn the
name of high t a luting ideas end
slogan... Therefore I have ab absolutely
solutely absolutely ne complaints .."
I write this ot' only out of com

passion tor what i ieft of an oid
enemy. I write this out of compas compassion
sion compassion ior our own isnd. John bunio

can Jake the .witness chair in an

open senate Acanna and drama'

Ucally tell the nation Just how tne

suuuist invaded American labor.

He can unravel their comolex

plans oi oeirayai, piopaganaa sua

nauoiske,. fie ctuiou us ox conntr-

nceS times, place, names.- ne

NaD.uscj0at t-uu VaVa ane Mders

ifw ww a uiuiiAuaruw(.

,iae can twaxea us tj

1

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"Real Big Time, Pal, Real; Big Time"

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cii:DiYi7Asni::3Tc:j
fJlERRY-6o4.ou::D

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is

has

Walter Winchell

In Mew York

wian about TOWN 1 j to make it official soon after his
' 1 '5 l."Creer" nrpmlrA 3nm Vina

Franchot Tone's intimates s us-the famed 3rd Avenue Rath-skeU-i

ar host, secretly married a

wauxee dou in w. Feb. 10.

pect that he married actress De De-lores
lores De-lores Dorn Heft a year acb in

Canada. .First Lady of the Stage

Helen Hayes has returned to the

Church. . Jrank Sinatra's eur-4 Jack Dam ma v'. va

41 1 ,, i t Im -

xni urjjrise is vrenie Dione. .
Vanessa Brown denies untrumors

about reconciling with her: medico-

groom. Her heart is elsewhere. .
Bsndleader Erskine Hawkins : and
Gloria DuMont of Philly are on

phire. ..IRoyce Wallace, who mar

ried and then Darted from Bar

muds scion A. Stuart Outerbridie
(splitting; Caribbean s e i e t y in

Las CbatmiH

mst "sietiDei'S" wno now ira dpum-

ning to sntner siowiy into key

spois in some unions,

.John Santo, who -sal in the high

command oi soviet American cuu

spiracies, aireaoy is tauung out
au u.vuu mile ruuad uip i duu-

cuitM make every tune ae must oe
consulted.

DOGS AND CATS

Blr:
X am revolted at the number of monsters who write letters
to the Mail Box ventlnz their spleen on the canine members of
our communities. Like a child, a dog who makes a neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood nuisance himself does so because he is not properly
trained or restrained. It Is the owner who is at fault, not thi
pup. v
Aa for .some of the vituperative items indicating" gleeful sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction over the death somebody's pet, they must be the evil
tpewlnga of a true savage. My grandmother was fond of say saying
ing saying that ''something is radically wrong with a person who does
not like children, flowers and dogs. I am sure she was right'
i. To Ruote from Cardinal Hlnsley: "Cruelty to animals is the
degrading attitude of paganism." So much for the fiend who

deliberately ran down a small doz on the west Bank.

William James comment on this subject vaa: "The rights
of the helpless. -. must be protected by those who have superior

power," and our beloved Mark, Twain aeciarea: -Man is tne emiy
animal that blushes, or needs to.i,-
In conclusion, I would uke to refer to Abraham Lincoln's

famous declaration: "I care not much for a man's religion

whose doc and eat are not the better for It"

As an individual. I am very fond of our four-footed friends.

Bocae of our human bipeds are not so admirable.
i - No Need Te Slash

Bin

OVERTIME CLAIMS

I see that the nilots victory In the matter of overtime

rromlses to. release a flood of similar claims from Canal Zone

employes.

May t make a tucffestton to the Governor and his advisers

at this time. It Is one that would save them dollars In the tong

run, and Btore important it would neip preserve the let ling of

rioaTiu ana wryaity which has prevailed since Governor Potter

ras won tne nearts ei tne zonians. There is no need for a

weixnt no of the bitterness that his predecessor enrenderd.

X surgest that Instead of fighting each claim In eenrt (aa
rT?entve business, which only stirs tip malice) that each claim

r eoiunaerea or tne administration, and these which the ad-1-r.r.irtraUon
considers Just be paid.

know t&is 1 a novel idea and one which does not make

3" f the lefsi departRient in other than an advisory capacity,
tut .they need not worry. There win be enough crackpot claims
3 sp them bury. v

it msrt be hard for Just men to be put. In a position of
.-.-cinst eomethint they know Is right .-. sueh aa extra
y for estra work. : and It brings no credit on the company
" rtveniment which puU them In this unenviable (and kwlni)
-A.uoa. ..

Jamptag The Gas

This trip already has been msde

by three invesugators of the ben
ate subcommittee on internal sec
unty. dispatched by cmei counsel,

Judge RoderUMorris. The probers

at'Witn jjanuun Vienna tor nour

m skins notes. He has cooperated

fully with Mob Moms' committee

sgents. is uuormsoon nas cneck

ed out

Santo ha told them hew the
National Committee of the U.S.
Communlct Petty worked imide
such outfits es tno still wealthy
end still influential United Elec
frkel Workers, one of whose
chiefs only the ether week wont
out te San Francisco end te I d
Harry Bridges" tengsheremen's
Union convention to fight the
Senate racket-busting investiga investigation
tion investigation 'tj

Yet Santo idles away Vital time.

waiting hopelessly for the moment
when some Soviet agent will

snstck him bsck into Hungary or

do away with him on a lonely Vien

na street

The iavestigstors of the Senste

committee csa no longer get to

him. The Austrian government re

sents it They "went none of this

in their eapitaL They arc under

pressure from the Russian govern

ment not to permit Santo to tsut.

So the Austhsas have been prs prs-suriag
suriag prs-suriag our State Dept and the

State Dept ass communicated this

to tke Justice Pent

Yet' the Senate committee coun

sel ha asked thst Ssnto be per

mitted into tne country out i or orris
ris orris sets nowhere. Always this coun

try seems to fumble at strategic
momenta. Here we are at a poiai

ia history when the Communist

amtritu la operating under cov

er of the excitement ever tke rac rackets
kets rackets probe. ;

It will ne of little satisfaction.

years front bow, to ssy we told
you so. But Commies sre slipping
back into strstegie unions ana
seme key onioa spots. The Beasts

committee believes it ass evid-

enee of this ia the eommunicitioai
field, ia tke etoctroRJes industry

sad evea la the automotive pi at.

One of these Is la Detroit others

in New York aad or the west coast

half), is in town trying to forget
him.- ." .The GoldiaVssnf are eon-

virtred Ks Ffsait indLDiffl
AUeh are a stesfdyilAg.T.,4Wait-

mg ior uoaot" producer M. Meyer Meyer-berg
berg Meyer-berg and his wife (songstress A A-drienne)
drienne) A-drienne) were secretly divorced in
Alabama about 3 weeks ago. .
The Gamecock regulars ssy Smith

College lass Margot Prince will
wed Peter Rose in a few months.

His pater is a Harper's veep.

risywrignt Jsmes Lee and ac

tress Neva Patterson are expected

holiday

flew becsuse of titian-haired Ma Marilyn
rilyn Marilyn Lindsey of the Dunes chorus,

now nere.-. .trenaarme were sum summoned
moned summoned at 6:30 a. mi to urge Lady

in juountoatten to auiet her oar

ty guests.. .Lesster Lanin's curva

ceous Girl Friday Lin Summers)
is pitching her curves at Brooklyn

Pitcher Podres. .Lila Leeds re

cently relesied from a Chicago re

treatafter taking-the-cure hat

another battle vn her handf iodav'.
GostcCy f he twoJtMr7., jPhilly
ntsinliner Sheila Bi(!dle?4i John

Mahoney. son of the late Boston

jurist, prefer' the Purple Tree

Room lor their hide-s-woo. . .Ex-

Congresmsn H. Velde's son, Prof.

Richard Velde and pretty Joyce

Maureen will be one of the June
weddings. .Bill Green, who spent

11 years in prison for a murder he

didn't, commit, says the S t a t e's

given htm only $13.03 to dste.

I offer as eerroberstiv wttaess

Vie-Admiral Alfred C Richmond.

ICemmsBdsat ei tke Coast Gusrd,

war toM voRgrees last mema that

the screening program had broken

down and 16S suspected subver

sives are now asiURg aboard sner-

chant ships, borne et these sail s
ship's officers.

Now let's set Santo over here

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WASGHINTON The most Impor

tant fact on Capitol Hill, as mem

oers or, Loneres comparea notes

following the Easter recess.

mat Mm(utrn h niih if.iiiiim'''

become a dirty word.

iNo one is suaduuE un to fight for

u, except possiDiy tne uemociau,
it was on the nisnt oi Nov.

that President Eisennower. reelect

ed by one of tne most overwnelm-

ing sweeps in modern times, told
uie naiioa and ms own oanv that

his great ambition duruig the next

tour years was to remade tne ite

pubucsn party m his own image

mar was exactly six rnontn

SgO,' ;t'-W;a;:''r'viVj ...WVlfi

Todsy the chief plsnks In the

President's platform of modern

kapublicanitm -aid to education,
foreign aid, minimum wage, so

cial security, etc. are aimott

entirety Retorted by the Repub

lican.

Most of the planks are included

in tne battie over tne oudgei, sua
this battle is the most signkicsnt

a&ing piece anywnere in tne na

tion.. j ;V.... 1 '.'.

ine average Republican will tell

you that the chiet reason for their

ueseruon ot tneir own f resident is

that he can't run again, thereiore
nas lost ms pontics! oargsuung
power. -

That, however, is only a small

part ot the story. Other Presidents

wiiu did not ruu agam cud not let

their their power go down the

drain in six short months.

The answer, therefore, is deep

er, more significant, it nous down
to three thing. Republican lead

er know:

1. Ike will not fight for his

frienos. . :.;..

2. tie will not discipline his ene

mies, .-ist V;'.-?

. 3. He will frequently change his
mind on issues, leavuig tnose wno

supported mm out on a iimo.

Anita Ikberg's prosperous side sideline:
line: sideline: She KOt $8,500 for .amilintf

and posina. with cruests at Mid-

juu- rreswrner s aiternoon frolic b.

iore noppmg overseas. The Ssm
my Davis, Jr. Chita Rivera ro

mance is hotter than when it
started in "Mr. Wonderful" She's
the one, who makes him realize
he's an adult. .Jani P a i g e's
new escort is CBS exec Ed Blum
. ; .Bela Darvi'k bia whirl in Can.i

nes is witn aviation, tycoon Amiot
. Michael Wilding's chums ssy
he is wild sbout .Noel Drsyton.
Hevvins! What hsppened to Msrie
McD?. .The lnt'l Set wonder

where the reconciled, feud of tha

Duchess of Windsor and Elsa Max-

well leave,. Kitty Mier, who be-1

njcuutu Hieuucness aner jciss

erased ner on the swsnk invita invitation
tion invitation list. .The Peter Lswrences

(he's the "Shinbone Alley" par

ent) have a splituation. . .Grace
Metalious, author of best seller.

"feyton Flsce." and her new

btaumance T. J. Martin are at the

Plaza. .Latest fad among teen teenagers:
agers: teenagers: "The Shelley Winters Look"

-no makeup frowry ksir. j

The Colony was RORpinf WltW

goiMiice Royalty tho other matjnoo.

Rating tha most bow wore Prin Prin-ct
ct Prin-ct Braganca of Portugal and
Prince Mourlce of Heo, nephew!
of Italy's ox-King Umborte...Chic
Londoners, are shocked et newtps newtps-pors
pors newtps-pors there for Publishing the moe
fturmnt. m$ I .rn. I via fl.iink.

tar at tha Duehat HMlfanl. ,ny "lore.

They are 35-2445. Jkctr Ga Gaby
by Gaby Rodger and Potoo Muas, ac
mag ocrivonor, have boon a (toa (toady
dy (toady thing since ho interviewed her
for Collier's. .Tho Msnuol Quliv
tsnss of Buenos Aires ere report

ed consulting barristers. She's tho
niece of Mrs. Dodge Slosn, one of

the inventors of money. ...Pat
Boone, the now star, last bought
hi firt $250 suit. That was bis

salary not toe long ego. n. .Sam

of tho ehew-gals (soon at tno Li

tie Club with their dates) were

makeup containing pulverised
pearls. Gives them thst flowing

look.

Coast column report heavy pro

test mail regarding Joan Fontaine
and Harry. Beiafeale ia Zanuck's
"Island in the Sua" movie. It is

upwaeranted. According to the

eok bthey never touch. . .Sunny

Gale and her husband Noel Kra

mer reconciled. Jt's a son for

the actor Bert Master. Mother
was stage beauty Muriel Maddon.

. .SOsan Lever. 18 year old dauch

tor of Viscount Leverhulme (of the

sosp clsa), becomes Michael Pa
kenham's bride Jane lit to Leo

don. .Marilyn Monroe's neighbors

report ust she strolls Suttoa Flsce
wearing her famous Monde hair

in a bun. Giving her a matronly

loos. .sonny fox, ex m.c. on
"$64,000 Challenge," and his wife

were dsugntergrspned. k Jack and

Jul Dept.:. Jill Corey's Urge field

of swsins can start worrying about

Jacx Haley, jr.

ALiX WILEY'S LESSON

The latter is illustrated ia the

battle over the budget right now.
Many a Republican Senator a-

erees in his heart .with tho Vresi

oent regarding the importance oi

tne budget, aut he's airaio mat ii
ne makes a fight for the budget,
the President will suddenly change
his mind, leaving the Senator out
in front, waving for his cohorts
to follow while the cohorts of
"modern Republicanism"., retreat

witn ike in the opposite direction.
Ike's recent retreat en the buds.

et to the tue ot $i,yoo,ooo,ooo was
one straw in the winder. V i'As i

It made every Senator who was

about to defend the budget stop,
look, and wonder whether Ike y as

Wing MJ.xeirrai again. ";"?
Some of them- also noint to the

d .experience of Sen. Alex Wiley

w Wisconsin, mo. Republican o

capitui tjm lought harder ior Ei Eisenhower1
senhower1 Eisenhower1 policies than. WUeyJ He
fought McCarthy.' He, also fought

asainsi uoiauon in a state where
isolation is sometimes popular.
And when Wisconsin isolationists

ganged up to defeat him last year.

everyone expected that Eisenhow

er would come to Wiley's defense,
i Wiley asked for auoDort. hf aneA

ior one Jitue word from Eisenohw

er.- He got none. The McCarthy-I-

syiaiomiis reiused to nominate

mm, lorced mm into a convention.
Finally he won. V ;
But he won entirely on his own.
Sot oday Alex Wiley owes no debt
to the President. Ha von rinlt

th President, and he isn't sUck-

mg ms necsvout for. the President

photographed In friendly pose with
Jenner, ,
Later, when Ike advisers insert inserted
ed inserted two paragraphs in Ike's M i I.

waukee speech praising General

Marshall, Ike was persuaded t.v

friends of Joe McCarthy to elimi eliminate
nate eliminate the two paragraphs.

In brief, Ike kissed his friends

enemies.

This set a pattern early in tha

Eisenhower administration.

Republican politicians mads

note of it then, pay special atten attention
tion attention to it now.

They have watched Sen. Bill

Knowland of California get away
with, frank, blunt, sometimes- bit
ter opposition to the President
snd suffer not at all. He e v e n
gets kissed for his opposition. TheV

figure they can do the same. And
they have,-.;;;" . ..

Of lata they have -even seen this

occur in the Cabinet. -

It is unheard of for a Cabinsi

member ; to oooose the Preside ni

publicly. He can da It privately,
within the bosom of the oresidnn.

tial family. But he doesn't oppose
in public speeches, unless he re-

Yet Reoublicsn ; Cnntframimpa

have watched three Cabinet mem members
bers members this year openly and vigor vigorously
ously vigorously oppose the President,, and
get kissed on the cheek for their

pains. v r ,k

Most important, of course.'' wai

Secretary of the Treasury Georgi
Humphrey who came out publicly
against tne President's budget,
and two weeks later v was tereneU

entertaining the President on hii

Georgia plantation

KISSING YOUR ENEMIES

Other Senators know thi. Thev

have watched other cases where

the President failed to xo to bat

for his friends the most notsble
being thst of Gen. George Marsh Marshall,
all, Marshall, the Chief of Staff who promot promoted
ed promoted Ike from lieutenant colonel to
lieutenant general and made him
commander-in-chief ia Europe.
Though Marshsll was branded a
traitor by Sen. William Jenner of
Indiana, Ike allowed himself to be

The other was Secretsrv of Cum.

merce Sinclair Weeks, who, on
day after the President said h
was considering wage and. pric

controls, flatly-stated that wags
and price controls were not being,
considered at all. i t -

The 'third was Secretary of De-

fense Charley Wilson, who referr referred
ed referred to the" White House as a '"dung"

hill" and whose wife nublicls

scolded the President. Immediate

ly thereafter, the President invited
the Wilson's to ride in his orivatr

plane to Georgia. i

Politics is a tough, relentless.

ruthless game. It's played for high

stakes, and when it s played for

those stakes it's not usually play

ea ny amateurs. j
- ; 1 -'. I :
; The-President hs shown a mar
velous facility for politics on the
popular plane, has been able ta
win the support of millions. x ;
. ;'W-? V-V" r."1 -.. -, :
But he hasn't learned the'basie

fundamentals of transferring popu popular
lar popular support to political support ob

Capitol HilL v-.,r, fc ?: IS

Those fundamentals are: Sup

port your friends; discipline your
enemies; and don't change your

mind wben the chips are down.

COLON

, L PANAMA

: j.
Travel Talk'

I

Answer to' Previous PukIr!

TT1

WhoR tho Broadway and Holly

wood booking agents sea Anthony

Francioaa'a ruthless portrayal 'of

aa agent in "Face ia the Crowd

they wont enjoy tt, .Mary Lear-

aoa. 22, aa unemployed actress a

ptr agit has $300,000 backing for

Fall musical. Jo Ana Greer

voice will be dubbed fnr Rita Hay-

worth's warbling ia "Pal Joey.'

.EX-iirs. Brace vabot (r r a a-

eesca De Scaffa) is expected to
wed Jaime Bravo ia Mexico City
ia June. He's a top bullfighter.
One of the Left Bark stayups ask asked
ed asked Walter Pidgeon if be ever won
aa Oscar. "No." be reportedly re

plied, "but I've loaned mosey to
some who have". .Those Red
sub reported eeea off the Florid
coast are surpected tt running
rms to rebels la Haiti. .Vivian
Blaine's former bosband M a a y
Frank i tm Cloud with Jenme

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country
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machine
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U.S. Army Caribbean Will Celebrate 145th

Ordnance Anniversary At Corozal Tomorrow

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CERTIFICATES for haVing accrued 500 hours or 1000 hours 'of, sick leave during their em
ployment were presented to' these employes of the Building Maitnenance Divlsion;, Army At Atlantic,
lantic, Atlantic, in ceremonies held recently at Fort Gulick. Jesse A. .Frlese (left), chief of -the divi division,
sion, division, made the presentations. Recipients were (right to left) Mark P. JLynch and 8. T. Holt,
who; received 1000-houf certificates; and Sidney Fennell, Joseph A. Chambers and John O. 1
Bodln, who received 800-hour "certificates. : Arnold Hannberg was not present to receive' his
1000-hour certificate. v (U.S. Army Photo)

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" SPELLING IT OUT FOR SAFETY'S SAKE This illuminated admonishment to control-
occupied pilots is a prominent feature of the Naval Air Station Moffett Field at Sunnyvale,,
" Calif. Th billboard is a take-no-chances, last-minute reminder that supplements the many
electronic safety controls used aboard the big ships that land at Moffett Field. ; ;

Members of U.S. Army Carib

bean urunauce WiU : join .; some
100 other Army Ordnance Corps

uUiaiiituons and activities around
tie world tomorrow, to ooserve

roe Uoui anniversary of the lound
me uf the Ordnance Corps.

.Established by an Act of Con

gress aunng uid War oi 1812, the
ordnance Department.' as it was

men Known, is responsiote to tne

Army tor "everythms mat snoots

is snot, or rolls." In. addition, ; it

supplies . fc.dv Uvdl lb) v, wrw -u
and ordnance equipment to the

i j,-. iuututes uu nu x o r c e.

aim to aiued and. inendly forces.

v in observance, U.a. Army Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Ordnance plant a pro program
gram program to celebrate the 145th an anniversary
niversary anniversary at the ordnance main maintenance
tenance maintenance shop at Corozal ; pegin pegin-ning
ning pegin-ning at. 3 p.m. tomorrow.' It is
expected nt 500 employe and
oependenU will ba on hand for
the celebration." , .,

Music by the 79th Army Band

vm .open 1 me prusram ana a
sneecn will then oe tfiven bv CoL

t.. Vv Grubbs, U.K. Army Carib

bean' ordnance' oiucer. Also 16

employes oi tue-ui'uuance oectiou
vUi receive certmcates and the

new sign on the front of the main

tenance shop wilt be unveiled; He-

xresnmentSr furnished by. the 17th

Ordance : company, JTort Clayton,

wai Hiso do serveu, .

in Ordnance Corps has come

a lung way since the s tart oi

worm War 11 when the Corps

consisted of 185 omcers and '2,245
enlisteu men. For fiscal year. '56

the U a. Army caribnean ordnance

operating fund was $2,760,000 and
Ln sOiDinent and receints of. een-

eial supplies was 13,000 tons, and

1,000 tons of ammunition.
The activities of the highly skill-

eo ordnance team can be readily

realized with facts and figures

concerning the overall operation.
Tbe dollar value of the U.S. Army
Canboean Ordnance inventory at

the end of the fiscal year '56 was

$3,000,000. According to U.S. Army

Caribbean Ordnance officials the

'57 figure has already surpassed

the above figure.

The Ordnance Corns task in

cludes, thfe- research and develop,
ment; procurement and produc production;
tion; production; and supply, distribution and

maintenance of more tba 300,000

separata items, raging from

smau arms. ammunition though

tanks, trucks: and artillery to the
i? test rooteis and guided missiles.
'Among tne tignmcant ordnance :
advances, "announced during the
past year are the ; Dart, La Lacrosse,
crosse, Lacrosse, kittle John and Nine.
Hercules missiles, the M60 light-'
weight,; general purpose ma
chin gun oatigned to. replace
ail preht U..' Mrmy caliber
machine ., guntr the T171
'"vulcan-'-M-miriiiiMter automa automatic
tic automatic cannon, the most potent avail avail-ante
ante avail-ante today; aner me iw iu-mii-iimeter
gun, superior' in many
revpects to the combined At a a.
twos ot tne li millimeter gun,,
tne S ineh nowmer ana tne e e-incn
incn e-incn aun.' v.

ine amiost 100 installations andJ

acuviuei uiiuer tite commaud oi
vtie cmet oi orouauce ta p l o y
mure man ilu,uwi. civuiau auu al almost
most almost lu.uuO mtutary peisonnei.
i int uresent cine, oi orunance,

Lt. Lreu. i' cuiumings, is mu

ioin-euiei. He was apyyaited to

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grauuaie oi tne aiuiiary a a-vaoemyhe
vaoemyhe a-vaoemyhe hoius a uejuee lu civil

uuginettring xroiu Voru?u uuiversi'

iv. auu a uexree in mecnamcal

engintermg ifum Massacnuseus

isutuie ot 'lecnuoiogy. ? t
on ddcauuu to ui. urubbs, oth other
er other U.a. Army canboean u i u

nance otuceis are 1,1. col. a.

wens, execuuve oaiver; aCoi.
W lud teuo, cmei, : ma'iuioauve
oivisiun: una ., L. t "oumsuu,

cmei, auppiy divisiou vlaaj., ix. it
Uie, cnitu, uscai anu niMiMKCiueni
o.iice, tx.it. lucuuuie caiei
of tne Atlantic cuviswu oi u.a. at-

uy caiiouean urtuianco; cape. V

a Swan, cnief, ammunition divi

sion; A-apv. A. U.; itooy cmei, inspection-
oititfe; aim m lit v. ti.
Morrison, imet, administrative oi-

fice

in addition to the 17th ordnance

Company at Doit ciaytou,

the -aooUt orunance net., inteKrat-

cn tire Control -iteoau. u(tu m-

W), is also located-mere as well

ap lietatnment aa ot me cxpiu cxpiu-sive
sive cxpiu-sive branance lietaenment, a part
ot the 17tn Th 21ta urdnance
Uet., (IFCR M-38), is located on
tne Atlantic side.

During the program at Coro

zal tomorrow, 10 local raters will
receive certificates making ahem

members ot the 500 hour sick

leave club, and six U.S.-employes

will receive certificates showing

their membership in the l';00 hour
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The 1ft local raters ere Carl
N. Yearweod, Henry E. Wilson,
Flerencie Tevefloia, Paul 4P e r r-rlt,
rlt, r-rlt, Nathaniel Leach; Lionel A.
King, Livingston Harper, fo foment
ment foment A. Dingwall, Ansselmo Rt
driguez aneT Sidney T. Good. The
rlx U.S.- employes., are Clenn R.
Treff inger,' Mel vin L Teksr,
Edward J.x Kvnkol, 'Joseph :W,
Feman, William R. C u n n I n g g-hem
hem g-hem and David E. Fogel.
The new sign to be unveiled on
he froht of the maintenance shop
was suggested by t" Roy Williams
and Jeronimo. H. Deraocea from
Panama,? employes of the i'O t d d-nance.
nance. d-nance. Section. t Cecil Murrell, also

Female figures

BERLIN, May 13 (UP) The
ISast German Communist Dartv

newspaper -Neues Deutschland
sard today that 42 per cent of the
persons employed in, the Soviet

lone eire women.

of the Ordnance Section, drew to
scale and painted the sign.
The importance of the Ordnance

Corps is best summed up in the

MaxweU D. Taylor, Chief of staff,
US. Armyt'J -rs
ut-n its rAtlnn nnH Avplnnmpnt.

o? material missiles "and modern

weaponry of other forms, the Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance Corps forges the vital tools
of military strength. By its re research
search research and technological processes

tr e Corps performs a significant

rule in modernizing ana strengtn strengtn-pnins
pnins strengtn-pnins the military forces -essential

to our -national security and free

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At the death of his father tht
son who i named for him drops

tlw "lunior" from his own name.

The. only exception to thia is
when the father was a man of

such great prominence tnat nia
son feels he should not take his

father's name. '

In that case he continues to use

"junior" after hta name.

LUSCIOUS:

We've just received intimate apparel
that'?, lusciously lovely, and just what
you want for bridal gifts, other. otfea-
ions, or for yourself. y j"
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CANDIDATES ANNOUNCED FOR QUEEN OF FLOWERS
AS PLANS FOR FESTIVAL GET UNDERWAY 7
' Candidates' have been announced lor the Queen of the
Itewers. who will reign over the Flower Festival planned
;. for May 81 at Ateneo de Cienclas y Artea building near. the,.
" Hotel EI Panama. v : r V
'i Those who will compete for the honor; are Misses Irrtia
Gonzales Jacome, Maria EnrlqueU Gonsales Revllla, Maria,
nVla Stanilola, Martita Chanis, Luchita BuriHo, Melin Gam-
betU, Belle Vallarino, Irene de la Guardla. Maruquel Boyd,
: Mercedes Palomera, Ana, Ma IIMMM Lidia

AfArvnn. Datsv Sancnez, urcua un, u v ...,

.-.-.. Ai..r. candidate from the Canal

"""MOtta, candidate from Colon.

Zone and

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Party

larewell

. Hail And Farewell

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1 Vrrirers Were Dial

anu ouiir outers, weie weiouiaeu
a gam P"11 oaiuiuy ui6t
rieauiug me usi w aepong 01 01-ftcer
ftcer 01-ftcer wns 01. a', o. i cca, vjui vjui-manujng
manujng vjui-manujng oUiccr of ou vauu
. u.c! w"
iq e 'present sice ue xs uut 01 uie
touutii wi special unssiuu.
heca, wuo neaueu tae receiving
' 'iibe, was preseuieu vim a coisafec

4it urcnws. rmwci
.m,. ..... ..wnleu LO ille Wivva 01

nawinir ana arriving omceni.

. : ..Lnia. tuest in tne tcceivmg one

. iu site mi

was
-un .jaack.

mouier ol coi

Harnett & Dunn
Introauce A-aiypsq
t.V bnow inurs.

- lPA-6)Harnett Umm well

Ttnown bauroom oance -jna.u.-1
tors ana exUiDHloii aawcers wul
iintroauce that new fad from
rr..ntri.n -the caivDso. Tuey wui

talso ad the Tango and be1

'Betty Wllllamsoa the popuiai
finmrstres from the El Manama

MOei will entertain, with, some

of her latest arrangements in
1 iier own original manner.
Bill Hardin from Ft. Clayton,
U; 8. Army Engineers will aance
a Rock and Roil solo In comedy
style. This original comedian is
. nnnular addition U) anV ShOW.

Bonnie Dayla and Joe Reynolds

will danca Rock ana twu
number 'with, some of the lat lat-1
1 lat-1 est llftt and flips. Bonnie and
Joe are students, of Harnett
' Dunn and their routine was
created by Miss Harnett. Al
Martin and his CODUlar ombo

. will play the. music for the

show and wills da .speciality
number. This i show will be
: presented Thursday May 16th

at 7:35 pjn, .,

Dinner was served from seyen
unci! eight with dancing following.
Oifieers and. their wives depari depari-irg
irg depari-irg the Post are: Col. and irfrs.
peca, Lt. Col,nd Mrs. Under-.;
wood, LA G.S., Major and Mrs.
f alermo, WW Ft. viayton,. Major
and Mrs Anglin, Post burgeon
Majur and Mr 6. Brazier, boAAA
Post Adjutant; Captain and. Mrs.
Mcriugh, HQ b5AAA; Captain and
Mrs. Shanahan, HQ Fort Clayton;
Captain and Mrs. rienke, 9-3 AAA;
Captain ana Mrs. Barnes, 903AAA

Captain ai.d Mrs,' Pence.. U.S. Me

dical Service; Captain and Mrs.

Lanza, USAKCARlrf Special Serv

ices, Fort Clayton; Captain and

Mrs Turlington, U.S. Army Den

UJ Service Cant, and Mrs. Pet

ti', US Army Dental Service; Lt,

and Mrs. ius, usakuakib tn

Kineers transferring to 20th Infan

try. Fort Kobbe; Lt. and Mrs. CI-

-jnani. 534th M. P.; Lt. and Mrs

Bradbury. HQ Battalion 65AAA

trinsferring to 20th Infantry, Fort

Kobbe; Lt. and Mrs. fitzsimmins,
HK 9U3AAA: Lt. and Mrs. Come'

lius, HW 903AAA transferring to

20th Infantry: CWO and Mrs. Cas

lostini. HW 65th AAA: XWO and

Mrs. Snyder, USARCARIB Engi
neers and WO and Mrs, Silver,

903AAA. j

Arriving officers and their wives
ate: Col. and Mrs. Bowsky, Signal

Olficer; Major and Mrs. Rooney,

HQ 65thAAA: Captain and Mrs.

Boyd, HQ 65thAAA: Captain and

Vr I.Hlv ., Mcdipal Sprvirfi- IX

and Mrs. Porter 903AAA and CWO

and Mrs. Sargood.

Miss Mykland Entertains

For Vitttors

Miss Muriel Mykland entertain

ed Saturday evening with a din

ner party at her home in Bella

Vista for Mr. Ed.' Field and Mr.

Luis Nieves visiting 'executives of

Coleate-PalmoliVe.

N Other Kuestt were Mr. and Mrs

J?tne C. KeVlin, Mri and- Mrs

Robert 'Hateh nd Mrs. Ffcftnk

Smithi-fV-"! a'. "' m.;

Miss Bernice Beti-. Mykland H

slsted her mother, m entertaining

Nier guests. ( v

Ideally suHablt
for um in 0

hot climate .

Naval Officers4 Wives :
Plan Cresy .Hat Luncheon

The Navai. Officers', Wives' Oub

WJI hold its regular monthly lunch'

cjh ; at "12 ; o'clock, r Tuesday,

May 21 ht the- 1 Kancho in Pa

UHma, Each member and guest is

sskM .to wear., a -crazy hat.

. The program will centes around

tne judging t 0 tnese nats. 1 n e
prize for the craziest hat will be
a hat donatfd by Mr. Arturo Mo Mo-ta
ta Mo-ta of Casa Motta's.
Those members wishing to mak

late reservations or cancellations

are reminded to call Mrs: D. A.

Myers at Navy, number 3508 by
nuon; Monday,; May 20. .' .:,:

Rev, Roger Greene Ordained At

St. Luke's Cathedral Saturday

The Rev. Roger Harlan Greene
was ordained a priest of the Epis

copal Church by the Rt 'Rev. R.

Hcber Gooden, Bishop of the Pa

nama Canal Eone, at tne Cathedral

01 St. Luke in Ancon on Saturday

morning.
Born hi Washington, D.C.. the

newly ordained priest came to the

llhihmus with 1 his parents as

child and was employed in the

Claims Branch of the Panama Can

al Co. before bis retirement to en

ter the ministry. He was educated

at Southern University in Los An

goles' and was a member of the

Bar in both the Republic ot Pana Panama
ma Panama and the Canal Zone. He pre

pared for the ministry both here
and at the Episcopal Theological

"seminary at Alexandria, Va.,
.Officiating' 'at the Service of Or

d'nation were; the Rt. Rev. R.

Ileber Gooden. S.T.D. Officiating

Bishop; the Ven Lemuel B. Shir

ley,- Preacher the Rev. John H.

rownsena, m.i;., Tne preface;

the Very Rev. Mainert-J. Peter-

sun, S.T.L Presenter; the Rev

Jorn Spear, Gospeler; the Rev.

Clarence, W. Hayes.- Bishop s Cra

zier Bearer: the Very Rev. Main

ert. J. Peterson. S.T.B., Master of

Ceremomesf4he Rev. J. Peter
farmer, B.D., .the Rev -John

Sralding.; Servers: the. Rev Hen

ry A Blake, Almoner; Louis

Wood- the ;Rev Allen R. Wentt.

Cruclfers: Earl C. Keeney, Or

ganist .ana .James M. Hunter and
nnniol SnVripr. TIshprs.

The cathedral cnoir sang.
A recention followed the cere

mony, in the garden of the Cathedral.--'
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Fr. Greene will celebrate his

first service tf Holy Communion

at the 7:30 a.m. service at the Ca

thedral this morning,

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Engel will give a. ballet solo
"Masquerade" at a luncheon
next Saturday in the Bella Vis Vista
ta Vista Room at Hotel El Panama.
Bonnie Is one of Ann Cattln's

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$moother. longer-lasting, easier to use. Gives

your lips aloveJier lustre than ever before.'

In ten brilliant shades

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TAIDLEY jj old iono strut .. LOW DON

Balbea Woman's Club Card Party
Meld : At nrt6 AdWi--. i r ;

.The Card Gtouik of the Balboa

Woman's,Chib held Jts first meet

mjg ut uie wjuu f uio wui,
of Mrs. Lawrence Adler in Pana

ma City, on Thursday aiternoon.

record aroun attended and the

proceeds, which are. used entirely
for the club's charities, set a high

standard for the coming year.
Curds and .refreshments were en-

y'ed." --t

jurs.' Amer ana ner eo nostess,

Mrs. Emily Bolton, surprised Mrs.
Rtth Bathman, Mrs. Jacoba Jout

;ra and Mrs.' Edith Brown, depart

ing members of the group, with a
ben voyage cake in the form of a
ship and gardenia corsages. All
present joined in wishing them

GodspeM.vn 0
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lr.g were Mesdames uertruae

bmouse, Teresa a. L,uce, Marion

E. Wilcox; Dot Allen, Flora Back,

Martha Basnam. Jacoba Joustra.

A?zie Holgerson, Hazel Brooks,

Juanda Pennington, tveiyn jonn

s'btie. Martha Spiney. Ruth B

Koaable. Louise Merchant. Molly

Johnson, Carrie Brown, Jeannette

McKibbon. Meg Culberson. Cathe

rine Darnell, Mary Trent, Edith

Brown, Kay-Daniels, Mane Wet

zel. Betty skeiton. riui tuper. bu

lie Lihdsey, Patty Michel, Sally

Crane, Ellen Castles, May Hall,

Ruth Jenkins, Maria Days, Anita
Lindeli, Helen MV Quintan, Cathe

rine Chambers. Myrtle- Black. Sal

ie Allen,' Leona Saannen. Ruth

Bathmann. Agnes Hearon,- Claire

Irwin. Florence LI inner. Ruth

Bourgeois, Mary'E. Ruppel, Emi Emily
ly Emily Bolto, Helen Adler, Blanche

Mfctheny,- Lois Van Horn and Et

ta Homa. m

The next, meeting will be held on
Tlursday, My 23, at the Tivoli

Guest House Co. hostesses will

he Mrs. Mary Ruppel, Ruth Bour
g-ois and Florence Klipper.
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The Jon C. Pawcttts
Hntertaln Per Orrs

'Mr. and Mrs. John C. Fawtett

entertained a smalt groap of

friend at' a cocktail buffet last

night at their. home in Diablo

Heiehts.:

Guest of honor were Mr. and
Vrs Q. 'Carter Orr. who will be

leaving the Isthmus soon.
PemenstrattM At Pirsr Aid
feutpmenr At -Cumnd
The Curur.da Women's Chib In

vite aD residents of that district to

witness a demonstration by the

Buddy Poppy Sale

Starts May 27

The Canal Zone Veterans of For

eien Wars announced today it will

conduct its annual sale of Buddy

Poppies on May 27 through June 3

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The announcement was made

by Robert Li Robinson, chairman

of the local sale.; The Ladies Au
xiliary will' also participate.

Robinson said volunteer Buddy

Poppy salesmen will be stationed

throughout the Canal Zone.

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RHYTHM TAP Eta Maga Maga-llanes
llanes Maga-llanes poses in the costume she
will wear for ,her "Rhythm
Tap" j number at the Little
Show to be staged at Hotel El
Panama Saturday.

Balboa Fire Dept. of the emergen

cy life saving equipment used by

the department in its administra

tion of first aid. ,
The demonstraiton Is scheduled

to take place at 9 o'clock Wednes

day morning in the new Commu

nity Buuamg.

French President
Begins Historic

Visil To Pontiff
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VATICAN CITY, May 13 (UP)
A French chief of state visited
a Pope today for the first time

since Charlemagne was crowned
Holy Roman Emperor more than

11 centuries ago. v
French- President Rene Coty be

gan the historic two day visit to

the Vatican with a private audi

ence with Pope Pius XI.
The visit was the first official

visit of a French chief of state to

a Roman Pope since Charlemagne

was crowned Holy Roman Emper

or by pope Leo m a 800 A.D.

Each notice for inclusion In this-
column ihould be oubmitttd im
rypo-writltn form and mailed e
the box number listed daily in $-
cial and Othtrwu," or delivered
bv hand to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.

National Sojourners
Will Meet Wednesday

Panama Chapter Number 35. Na

tional Sojourners, will meet at

the Albrook Officers Club on

Wednesday, with cocktails from

1900 to 1930, followed by a dinner

meeting.,

bports shirts will be the dress

f-r the evening., '.

High Protein Dish
Of Tuna, .hcarcni

Numismatic Society
Meet Tonight

A regularly scheduled meeting

of the Isthmian Numismatic So

ciety will be held evening' at 7:30

at the Mareanta Clubhouse. Ail

members or anyone interested in

coins are cordially invited to at

tend.
Soroptimists "r

Will Meet ( 1

Wedosdav .'

The Sofooumists ciud wiu nave

their regular montniy tea Wednes

day at 4 p.m. in the South Patio

of the Hotel El Panama.

La Boca Civie Council

The La Boca Civic Council will
hold its regular monthly ; meeting
Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. in the

study hall. .'
The meeting will ; feature dis discussion
cussion discussion on matters to be present presented
ed presented at the commissary forum to

be held June 4 at Balboa Heights,
the community's recreational re requirements
quirements requirements for presentation to the

Governors recreational C 0 m
mittee; and other matters of in

terest. ' : : j.,, , ,;,..'

TOP QUALITY ptotelu and delightful flavor arr found in this
jneal-ln-a-dlsh combination of tuna and macaronL ;

- v By GAYNOR MA3D0X
NEA Food and Msrkets Editor j

REMEMBER eggs are plentiful

lnrge; of fine quality and fairly

priced: Use them in meatless dish

es such as this meal-in-a-dish com

bmation with tuna and macarom

ill

. ODO-KO-Ot..eaiio
mirror eankttyougU you
ihould know about your charm!
Make nice things Q

happen to you...

r Wirt

Make Odo-Ro-No your nicest
. daily habit . and h nil An

Ions that no unpleasant perspiration
will spoil your chancm for

and happiness. Odo-Ro-No banishes
odor instantly . checks perspiration
t jior 24 hours I Safe for skin and clothes

vpwuse 11 wa originated by 4

r'-.t5octor: Ayailable in Cream

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0D0'R0-170
W Nicett Dally HabJ

A short movie will precede the

ireetuig which 'Will begin exactly
at 7:30. All residents are invited

to attend. a .s--,,.V. .v--.

Wife of AF Colonel,
Ex-Beauty Queen

Chosen Mrs. America

Tests, Plans Made
For Translation:

In

LONDON. May 13 (UP) -Scien

Usts; of Cambridge language re

search unit have successfully com-1 fast in bed

pleted preliminary, tests and. plans

tor i a machine to translate from

one language into any other, the

Sunday Times reported yesterday.

It said the U.S. National Science

Foundation has financed the

Scheme and has already provided

io,uuu ior xms year s worn, lm

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.,
May 13 (UP) A former college

neauty queen from Arlington, va.

got the. last word In royal treat

ment on Mother's Day yesterday:

it being also the first day of her

reign as queen of A m e r i c a n

housewives. -s y

. Mrs. Harry Findley,. 32. wife of

ar. Air Force colonel and the

mother of four children, was cho

sen last night as the 1957 4'Mrs.

America,' winning out over 40

other entrants.

Her hannv hiishanrT I.t. Cut

Hrry Findley, put a finishing

rtouch on her big weekend yester-

uay imurnuig, serving ner oreu-

Her comment: ''This

ill i-'yxweofi fl.ii )LVl"cooai(lerini the competition from

I Now I sleep ilJ night
V since baby's free of J

Mti"i PrarMts DUate n
ef Caaea Tested
VfcuMM m arfc.itini tt dieter raft,'
nd mmd efWr tm) chases. rt'we
M Iwt mK date. lol IMkakad,
ataorbm, ctes doee.

'MEXSANA

cigarettes

jf FINER .rV y v ;

: 1

- til

. FINER

FLAVOR! ;J

KING SI2E"
h. TOO!
-

The projector's- director, Mrs.

Margaret Mastetmam Sraithwaite.

said there are a number of pro

ects for machines which can trans

late from one language into one

other, the Sunday Times reported.

It quoted her as adding that

much of the success of the Cam

oriage pian is due to tne use of a
mechanical thesaurus instead of a

mechanical dictionary. This ena

bles a block of related meanings,

instead of one, to be applied to a
foreign word and provides he i i-diomatlc
diomatlc i-diomatlc translation which Was so
far unobtainable.

Von Stroheim Dies
Of Cancer, Age 71
PARIS, May 13 UP) Erich
von Stroheim, Hollywood's "dem "dem-om
om "dem-om Prussian" of the 1920's, died
of cancer in his country home near
here last night, it was reported to today.
day. today. He was 71 years old. .' ;
Von Stroheim, who had been ill
for some time, died at 9 p.m. at
his home in Maurepas.
NICOSIA, May 13 (UP)-Bishop

should happen more often." I

Being' s queen is nothing hew for

Mrs. .findley, whose given name

is Lin wood.. She held, the "Maid of

Cotton' V a n d t "Miss Louisiana1

crowns while attending' Louisiana

Stste University in the 1940's. i t
. Hec husband said he didn't have

much hope for his wife's victory.

so many outstanding women. But

it was a pleasure to serve Mrs.
America breakfast in bed today."
The winner made a hit with the
other contestants, as well as the

judges. In an unofficial balloting

staged by the women prior to the

final judging,-: Mr Findley was

voted most popular.
Second place in the judging went;

to Mrs." Betty Patterson of Wm-

sK'W, Ariz., and Mrs. Louisiana,!
Mrs. Jeannette Kimbell of Ruston.j

Mrs Nancy Hemmer, represent

ing Indiana, was, named "Mrs

Congeniality." r

Mrs. f indiey. who stands 5 teet.

8 inches tall, weighs 135 and has

brown hair and eyes, says ner

hobby is rock gardening. She stays

busy, what with children aged 11,
9, 6 and 3, but finds time for civic
activity and Parent-Teacher Ass

work. -: ; v- I

She loves to cook, especially the

Creole dishes.' Her favorite recipe

is tarn ale pie. ground beef flavored
Mexican style and wrapped in

dough.

A mend persuaded ner to enter

the contest as the representative
fo.m the District Of Columbia.'

All-thfr 'statea were represented
in he 3-day national finals that
ended last night.

It has lots of top quality 'protein'
plus delightful flavor,
Deviled Egg Macaroni and Tun
; ; 4 servings),
One tablespoon salt, 3- quart
boiling water, 2 cups-elbow maca macaroni
roni macaroni (g ounces). 7-ounoa mnUA.

pack tuna, drained; 3-m i n u t

tueese sauce, 4 nard-cooked eggs,
1 tablespoon mayonnaise, 1 table-

ai-oon cniii sauce, paprika.
Add 1 tablesDoon. salt tit rtnM.

Jy boiling water. Gradually ? add
macaroni so that water continues
to bou. Cook uncovered, stirring
occasionaly, until tender. Drain in
colander. Break tuna intn i)Wp

Combine tuna,, macaroi and 3 3-minute
minute 3-minute cheese sauce mix -well.
Heat to serving temoerature; stir.

ling occasionally., -:.-X;t .

Aieanwbue, cut eggs vm half

crosswise and remove yokes. Cnm

b?ne yolks,' mayonnaise and. chili

sauce; blend. Fill egg whites with
egg yolk mixture into serving dish.

Top with eggs. f .'.

: 3-Mlnuto Cheese Sauce
,:'"'. ,J i -' '!
One and two-thirds cups (large

c.n) undiluted evaporated milk.

teaspoon salt, Vh teaspoons dry
mustard, 1 tablespoon steak sauce.

2 cups (about 8 ounces) grated process-type
American cheese.

Simmer evaporated milk. salt.

mustard and steak sauce in sauce

pan over low heat until cheese
melts (about 1 minute longer).

TOMORROW'S DINNER: Macs.

rem and tuna m creamy cheest

sauce garnished with deviled eggs,

gree salad, with Chopped;' carrots
and .green pepper, crusty bread,
butter or margarine, fruit com compote,
pote, compote, coffee, tea, milk. f.': r

Injures 7 Persons t)

ZURICH, SWrrZERLAND.-t;May.

13 (UP) Seven persons were in-
jured,; three .of them seriously
when k passenger train crashed
head-on into a shunting locomotive

in tne suouroan y eriucon atauan
last nighty, i yl.y V:"i
Damage was estimated, by rail railroad
road railroad officials at 20,000 .to 30,000
Swiaa francs... j j,.- :
Outbreak Of Polio
Menaces Damascus
DAMASCUS, Syria, May lS (TJ.
P) An outbreak of polio was re

ported here today and Health Win Win-istry
istry Win-istry officials said six cases .: had
been, reported in and around; Da Damascus.
mascus. Damascus. -v. nv .S '.

They had beeii immediately iso

lated and were receiving treat treatment,
ment, treatment, officials added. : .

enjoy their .'
rich full flavor V
-'
' : 5 tastes good

like a

Ggarette Should!

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(f A-C) The first en-st flitht between Rie de Janeiro and Miami, Florida, was completed

Wednesday. May L it s Branift International Airways' Douglas wmcn lanaea i
Miami IntemaUenal Airport 14 boors after takeoff The -El Dorade,- Branifrs versioa
mt tbe world's ewest eerameretal airliner, flew 4J6 mUea in a direct coarse from the Brasil Brasilia
ia Brasilia capital U MiamL The recerd breaking flight between Braril and the U. S. was flown at
aa average altitude ef 11.50 feet. Gaa load on take-off was 1,824 gallons and reserve fael en
Uedinr was 145t gallons. The ship's crew ef eight was headed by Assistant Chief Pilots Tf f
Raines and D. S. Lake. On board were 28 V. S. r?erament officials ef the Clril Aert Aert-naotics
naotics Aert-naotics Board and Civil Aeronautics Administration and L. S. businessmen with Interests in
Latin America. Tbe rreop had Just completed a 13-day toor of Panama, Colombia. Pens, and
BraeU mi pre-tnsagarai flight ef the airline's new DC-7C Service te Latin America, which
kegina May l$th.



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FAtts rvns

KCX3AT MAT J3, 1957

Old Ckvton Tlieatsr V is Busy Pfsce

As Wen Group Rehearses tor Ma

(1'rtW-l..-...----'''--W..-.-.V,i..J.-'.- f J- -" r
( mn TH ; 1 1 mm"m

;SET DlSCUSSEd sfc Lt. Frank Plencner (second. tr,
director of the' Caribbean Players' llrst production, "BJithe
SDirlt' discnsses the set design with members of the cast and
production crew. They are (let to right). Meg Ramsey who
DlaysEMra; Plencner; 1st Lt John H. Zachary, of the produc production
tion production crew and tod Lt. Don Mlnifie. who pity Dr. Bradman.

Singapore Students Joining

-fclNCAPORE.'May 13 (UPJ A

- nnkmn for the, Johere state

nTi M tTiat students from Chi

nese schools in Singapore are slip slipping,
ping, slipping, into tbe jungles of .Malaya to

join the .utmmuiusi wrnsv
laniiationi ., r
This is the first time In nearly
' Mine vmr that oolice have charg

ed a direct Ijnk between Chinese
i students and the Red guerrillas.
The police spokesman said 'at
Johore, Bahru, capital of Jor
state across the causeway .from

Singapore, "We nave definite evid evidence
ence evidence about this and we are ready
tor tketa," -';)' --.-H
said one student who joined

the terrorist orgsnization was shot

and" killed, recently by a security

)

force patrol near Kulk, a railway
terminal town about ,40 miles-from
Johore Bahru. '
The police official could not give
any figures but he said there had
been a "small stream"i of Singa Singapore
pore Singapore students Into the jungle in re recent
cent recent months. -.-,'
The police report, came as a sur sur-nrico
nrico sur-nrico tn most nenole in Singapore.

They felt that the Malayan Com

munist Party Rag an aunosi inex inexhaustible
haustible inexhaustible reservoir- of recruits in
Mainva without recruiting new

members from schools ,ia Sings
nnra r i

It was believed here that the

students, disheartened by the gov

ernment crackdown on Red dom

inated students unions, took ; tne

step of their own accord.
Cornelius Kelley. I
Top Copper Figure,
Dios Al Ago 01 82

NEW YORK, May 13 XUP)-Cor
nelius1 Francis Kelley,1 K2, retired

chairman of the board of the Ana

cdnda CoJ and a leading: ligure to

the copper industry .for nearly a
half century, died. yesterday i m
Harkness PariUion- at the Colum Columbia
bia Columbia Medical Center following a

opefation.i?vt'V;' .v'i1' ''-"it-''''
, Since his retirement to ', ; M a f,

1955, Kelley has served as chair-.

man of die company's executive

committee, in addition to continu continuing
ing continuing as a director. He also conti continued
nued continued as a director of Anaconda's

major subsidiary companies. ,:
Kelley began his career with

Anaconda in the firm's legal de

partment at Butte, Mont, in 1901.
Under his leadership the company
expanded from a Montana copper
mining comnanr to an orcanixa-

Tickets may be obtained from hion throughout the western hemi-

any officer of the society or at the 'sphere and producmg many other

' Sugar Bowl in cnorrjuo, v f metala, : -n -.

Ardvcrsary To Be
Observed Sunday
tj Ch-rdi Society;;

Next Sunday at S p.m, the offi offi-rrrs
rrrs offi-rrrs and members of the St. Pe

tor's Church Mutual Benefit So-

,ciptytof La Boca will observe their
3th, anniversary at the Santa
Crut service centei1 with a pro-
gram dinner, to which, all mem-
bers ara invited, .. v
'Admission will be strictly i on

the presentation, of the membei membei-abip
abip membei-abip contribution cards and no chil
dren .will be. admitted s;; s
' The program being arranged by
a' special committee will feature
'some local talent and other enter entertainment.
tainment. entertainment. However, .the culrai
tion of the anniversary will not be
until Sunday, June 2, when the of officer!,'
ficer!,' officer!,' members and friends will
make a trip through the Panama
Canal from pier-16 Balboa to Ga-

tun and return to Gamboa.

BrinkpHell" star WilHdm Holden
'deeply personal story of rocket pilot

' Tie ttery of the pioneers ef the fntnre, tke recket pU
let who shape America's uUr in tbe air by flying U
latM rt-recket planet, eomea te the acreeai f th Central
fa -BRINK OP II ELL" In Warner Celor, ttnrrtaf Willi aw
Heidea, Vh-finla Mayo, Lloyd Nolna and Charle McGraw
; Per hie first production as bead ef the Bewry-fenned Tela
ea company, Holden selected Merrya LeRey, ene ef Bel Bel-ryweed's
ryweed's Bel-ryweed's a U -time greats as redaerdJreetee. All the vol vol-deer
deer vol-deer eeeeares of the film, released by Waraer Bree were
at th Edwards Air Force Base, in California, with the
X-Z, latest experimental plane plarlnr aa Important part
la the atery. "BRINK OF HELL" OPENS ON THUKSDAX U
. AT TOX CLNTSAL,

"There's lot of actlTity at
the old Fort Clayton Theate as
the Caribbean Players contnaue

their rehearsaU for "BUthe Spir

it." , ;

I The newly-formed theatrical
erouD at Fort Clayton h a v

scheduled a Mav 29 ODenlng foe

their Initial production of tbel

Noel Coward" comedy,
fiince this Is their first pro

duction, the Plavera had to start

lirom scratch, so to speak, as far

as production materials are con concerned.
cerned. concerned. There are no acts from
old productions to use so new
sets are being constructed; there
are not props to use so mem members
bers members i of the srmiD are busily

coming atoraej rooms, calling on

friends, and rouncong up cnairs
tables and the like to attractive

ly furnish the "living room" of

an up-state wew xo country
home. i, t

While they may be ; worklnr
from the irronnd up on seta and
props, the. Players have chosen
an i evnerienced cast and : pro

duction crew for "Blithe Spirit."

The director la 1st Lt. iranK
Plencner wh appeared to col

lege dram productions at tne

University ;, of i Wisconsin and

worked in summer s tock in
Rwkford 111- HA also directed

Hope" and "An Inspector Call"

lor the Theatre uuua. 1

1st UL Roy fitrom, who plays

rhariM had taadinir roles In

"Abble'a Irish Rose," "Elizabeth
the Queen," and ?Ten Little In Indiana"
diana" Indiana" during his school day In
Chtca.ro. Elvira. Charles' deceas

ed wife, la beinr slaved by Meg

Ramsey, wno too an lnieresv ui

scnooi aramaucs in uw.

Aiken AO.

AiMlnr a coamonoUtan touch

is Nancy Acly. wno piaya kuwi.
Rh ru hnrn in lohannesbursr,

snnfii Atrip and has aDDeared

in theater production In such
diverse places af Burma and
Panama : and she has made tele television
vision television appearances over CFN.
Tush Collier is Madame Arcar Arcar-dL
dL Arcar-dL The -PittsburKh actreaa hae
appeared locally as tiie detec detective's
tive's detective's wife to "Detective Story

ana .ihcrcj r--She
has. made appearances over

CPN-TV. .'.

DonneUT-Keeney, who appears

Mn, Hradwan.. is a profes

sional model from Dallas Tex.

Dr.! Bradman u oeinn por-
tMived fav 2nd Lt, Don Mlnifie

wh appeared in high achool
dramatic reductions In h 1 s

hometown of Washington. D.C

Th maid. ,Edith, wiU be pay payed
ed payed by Donna Jean Glenn, a na native
tive native of jTralciman Washi In cop

lee she armeared in leadinr1

mie in Sweetheartsi' "The Red

MM," and Glan 'Carlo Menottl's
one-act opera. "The Fortune Tel

ler." Donna Jean traveuea wnn
USO shows throughout the state
of Washmrton and since -1952

has aDDeared annually on the

Maneh nt Dimes Command Per

f ormance on television In her

home. town..', )
.The production crew 1s head headed
ed headed by 1st Lt. John H. aZcharias. a
native of Detroit. Mich; He took

an activa Interest hi college pro productions
ductions productions at Michigan fitate and

anneared In "The Man Who

Came-to Dinner." "The Grass
Harp." and Green Grow the
Lilacs," among many other well-

known plays, lie aiso wrote ana
nroduced orieinal plays and

worked with a .Detroit theater

gTOUP. j vv :' "'
Members 6f the cast are also

doubling as set painters, cos

turners, electricians and make-

tm men. .- f
For reservations call It. Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 414 or 8114.
Mbyor's Wife, 3
Cows Chill Rumor
ALBERT, France, Miy 13 (VP)
The mayor's wife today firmly
squelched fears that thist town
had been invaded by "out-of-thU
world", creatures.
Micnel Fakete. a 29-year-old

Hunghriaa refugee who works for

the railroad, was bicycling borne
during thr early morning hours
from his favorite cafe when he
spotted a strsnge light and four
eerie "creatures.'
Fekete turned US and pedaled
furioualy toward the nearest

house, screaming In fear. Rail Railroad
road Railroad worker M. Lepot and neigh neighbors
bors neighbors ran ut to help him. All saw

a strange fight wbick first bunked
wiite and then red.

"Fiddlesticks," said the wifS of

Mcyur U. Chstelain when she
board the story. '1 was out

looking for my cows with a storm

lantern. What you saw was me

and my three cows.".
Mayflower I T Now
At. Half -Way. Mark
LOXDOtf, Hsy 11 (UP)' TN
Hsyflower l has passed the aalf aalf-wty
wty aalf-wty point ea Ha voyage across
the Atlantic to the L'nrted States,

cpt. Aim vuliers reported by ra ra-de
de ra-de today.

; ml

jf

,. -f --t, r ..--7' xrB-r t
' e IN! k, NIA tntt. Im. M 1

:t. m. f,u.i. ete.

a 1M' Nr NIA twofet. Im.

nn(B

ha.ri far tha hills! Mom's tivinf Mrt. .,

Bisby a baby shower this afternoon!"

Seven Of NincrChildreri Die
In Mother's Day Holocaust

(UP Two mothers bad little to

celebrate this afothers'- Day Day-seven
seven Day-seven of their nine children were

dead as result of a fire which

swept their three-story home. :

A ; defective oil burner was

biamed for -the flash fire which
engulfed their frame house and

killed five children of Mr. and

Mrs. Benjamin Davis, and two of

the four children of Mr. and Mrs.
Clrude Jfartin. , , ,

The bodies of the Davis children

were found in their second floor
tenement: three on a bed In a

front room, one on a bed in a rear
bedroom and the fifth on the floor

of the same room.; They were

identified as Benjamin, Jr., 8;

jeanrue, 4, ueure, ya; dveuiia,

18 months; and Patricia, t

months. V

Two of : the Martin v children

wwe saveo. Mrs. Mama threw

Cypriot Prelates

Return hrom ilalks

With Archbishop

NICOSIA, May IS tTJPT-Biiflop
Anthimog ot Kitium and the Abbot

of Kykko Monastery i returned i to

Cyprus from Athens, were they
went for talks with Archbishop

Manarios. ii t,

The Bishop's I a g a a" e was

searched at Limjssol, where spe

cial security messurea were en.

forced..

The Bishop Hid on arrival ;
We' shan't stop having self-deter

mination as our ultimate aim. Oth

er solutions are unacceotable on-

less self-determination is cuaran-

teed." , v. ,.v.,

tenement, but were dead on ar arrival
rival arrival at a hospital. t They were
Russell, S, and Doreen, J, A
brother and a sister, John, 17
months, and Sandra,- two weeks,

were saved. MRS. Martin threw
the two-week-old child from her

third floor porch into the arms of
a fireman. -Larry
Joe Carpenter 18, of

Bridgeport, was hospitalized suf

fenng frtm smoke inhalation re

cMved when he tried to enter the

burning building.

. Mr. and Mrs. Davis became

hysterical when they learned of

the fate of their children. They
wtre being kept under sedatives

at Bridgeport Hospital as were

Mi. and Mrs, Martin, and Mrs
Rita Martin, of Waterville, Maine,
parents and paternal ; grandmoth
er of two of the dead children.

Mrs. Davis told oolice she left

one burner on her oil stove burn

ing when she left the house and

her five children alone for a few

minutes to shop at a nearby
S'ore Sh said since yesterday
was the first chilly day in the past

wees,, ane igmtea tne stove. ,.'
. Fire Chief Theodore' S. Lock

wood said it was. the worst fire

he, has seen lit his 3J years with

thai oeoartment. tin, said, tne

flames got pi, headi, start, swept
through the" building'- by$ way- of

an linnroterterf -rnrridnr leadino

fronr the first to the third floors.

and engulfed the building in
matter of minutes. V

Fire officials revealed today

they wers -delayed in reaching

tne scene or inerire wnen tne
alarm was turned in for the

wrong town.,-.
Salting Away Salk

1 LONDON May 18 (UP)-Radio

Moscow todav reported that mass

production of anti-polio vaccine

ass begun In Russia.

840 .to lMnrm Uty
1090 Kcs., Colon"
Telephones: t-5068 Panama
...... ,.A06J CpJon ,

PRESENTS

Today, Monday, May 13
4:00 Feature Review

4:30 What' Your Favorite (re.

' quests taken toy phono

:30News
:3 What's Your F a v r 1 1
cont'd)
6:00 Allen Jackson Common
1 tanr

l:lf BLiJE RD3BON SPORTS

till 3:00)
f.i REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
:30 WRUL Rebroadeast
7:00 Over To You
7:30 VOA Report From ,UA
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Proudly Wo Hail
:00-tYod Asked For It (re-
. ctiests taken by phono
tiU 7:30)

10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert under The Stan

12:00 Sign Off

!WsTIIMKKWIlllaitm81StSlliKstK

"SERVING THE AMERICAS FOR OVER A CENTURY
' TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR. PERU and CHILE

S S. "SANTA MARGARITA ..... .Sails CristabaL May 1C fi

S.S. "SANTA BARBARA Salle Cristobal, May Iff
8.S. "SANTA LUISA" Sails Cristobal, May U
:i YO NEW YORK
SJ. SANTA ISABEL" i ......Satis Cristobal, May IS
8.S. "SANTA CECILIA ...Sails Cristobal, May tt
bLSj "SANTA MARIA" .......'....Sans Cristobal. May tt
FROM VJS. PACIFIC A WEST COAST CENTRAL
1 AMERICA TO THE PANAMA CANAL ,:M
SR. "SANTA TV ..................Due Balboa, May U
SA -SANTA ANITA" '.........Due Balboa, Jnne I
TO WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA and U.S.
U.S. PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "SANTA FE ...............Sails Cristebal, May 28
SX "SANTA ANITA Sails Cristobal, Jane 18
Load Cargo at Cristobal ':

Tomorrow, Tuesday, May 11
A.M.

6:00-aign Ori Alarm Clock

Club (requests taken

by phono tm 7:00)
7:30 Morning Salon Concert

8:15 Church Jn The Wildwood

8:30-rMusical Reveille
9:oo-rKews.
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I See It ;

10;00WCNNIFXU'S JOU R N A LI

(Cutex and Odorono)

10:05 Spins and Needles (re

quests taken by phone

- tui B'.aoj .'
11:00 News i
11:05 Spins an d, Needle
"(cont'd)- r
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News '
P.M '" A .tf ;i
12:05 Lunchtime' Melodies
12:30 Sweet'And Hot
1:00 News -1:15
Music (Jf Manhattan.
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Forwarfl March
3:0OrrTex Beoeko Show
2:15 Freddy MaUn Show
2:30 Songs From The Shows
3:00 Hank snow And His Rain
. . bow Ranch1 Boys
3:15 Sammy Kake Show
3:30 Music For Monday
4:00 Feature Review u ;

4:30 What's To u r Favorite

(roqoests taken by

' pnone till 3:00)
1:30 News"!

:35-Wkairs tr tits

I.OO-petf Ja'Cksba: Cpnunen

:15-BLtne RDBBON SPORTS

RXVIEW (Pabst Beer)

8:30 On Stage Amerloa

7:00 Interlude For Moslc

7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN 8CI-

XNCX RIALS
7:30 VOA Report From 0.S.
8:00 World Of Jaz t
:30-Lifo with The Lyons

9:00 Too Asked For It (re-
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im 7:30)

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XI TirW T fvintn.

incinnati Sweeps Twinbill
1 :i: -r'V, ;
fa Run Win Streak To 12
Editor CONRADO SARCEANT

Adcock. MU.

Temple, Cincl
FoUes, Pitts.

Power, K.C

DeMaestri, K.C.
Bertoia, Detroit
Fox, Chicago
Simpson, K.C.
Wertz, cleve.
McDougald, N.Y.
Mantle. N.Y.

first victory for the White Sox.

Walt Dropo also homered andBowman, Phila,

nciouii rux nou uuce sulkies auu.jjarK, SI. I0U1S

a aouDie in a 12-mi anacK mac

dealt Paul Foytack his second

defeat.
Andy Carey slammed two
homers and Miekey Mantle
blasted No. 5 for the Yankees,
who rallied with single runs in
the seventh and eight innings
to beat the Orioles.

Ray Narleskl threw one Ditch

and got two men out on a double
play to preserve the Indians' vic victory
tory victory after 38-year-old Virgil
Trucks gained credit for his

fifth straight win with a 3 2-3

inning scoreless relief job. Rocky

Coiav;to knocked in four runs
with a homer and two singles

for Cleveland in the nightcap.
Hal Smith's grand slam homer
was he big blow for the Athle Athletics
tics Athletics in the opener.
Tom Brewer pitched a two two-hitter
hitter two-hitter and Jackie Jensen drove
in four runs for Boston in its
opener but Pedro Ramos, who
beat the Red Sox six times last
year, tossed a seven-hitter for
Washington in the nightcap, ted

xtn 1 4 A. n .j 1...

league-leading average dropped

10 AW.

By FRED DOWN
, : NEW YORK, May 13 (UP) The Cincinnati
Iledlegs, who lost the pennant on the road last year,
wound up the most successful trip by a National
League team in 33 years today with a conviction

that home where you make it.

Tn a. whirlwind tour of five cl

ties the Redlegs accomplished the
following:"
1.: Scored 12 straight victories

to equal their modern ciud recora
and achieve the longest winning

streag in we majurs ui iuui
years.
2. Rail to 14 a string of road
pames1 without a defeat three
short-Of the major league mark
i set btf the 19ifi New York Giants..
3. Made up the SVi-game gap
which existed between them and
the Milwaukee Braves on April 2
to return home tied for first
place.
, TheRedlegs "made it an even
dozen" yesterday when they
t-hinnPil th rhir.aeo Cubs. 7-5

n rt 1 nrffK Dnul CannhM QTlH

Don-Qtctss each picking up his

Second victory and Franit od od-nsondriving.
nsondriving. od-nsondriving. in four runs with
Sb( hits during the course of the
doubleheader. The Braves, mean mean-whilekept
whilekept mean-whilekept even with the Red Red-legs"jr
legs"jr Red-legs"jr sweeping the St. Louis
Cardinals, 4-2 and 10-4.
t !lh Pittsburgh Pirates whip whipped
ped whipped the Philadelphia Phillies,
;rl, after losing their seventh
straight decision, 6-2, In the
iopener and the Brooklyn Dodg- ;
J en '46wned the New York Gi-
JantsrS-O, In the other National
i League games.

; in we American league, me
Chicago White Sox held first
place by a half game with 'a 5-4

triumph over tne Detroit ngers

while the second-place New yorx
Yankees beat the Baltimore

Orioles. 4-3. The Cleveland In

dians scored a 7-4 victory after

the Kansas City As won their
opener, 9-2, and the Washington
Senators rebounded from a 10-0

defeat to defeat the Boston Red
Sot, 6-2, In other A.L. games.
The Redlegs, who've averaged
7 3 runs a game for the 12 victo

ries, collected 24 hits, including
homers by Robinson and wally
post, in yesterday's doublehead

er; Red-hot Don Hoak singled

home the tie-breaking run in tne
f irst game but yielded the league

batting lead to Robinson, .396 to

' .382. Sanchez gained nis win ior

hurling the last three Innings of
the opener while Gross went the
route In the nightcap, yielding
only four hits.
; The-12 atraighW-unbrOken in
any way on the road is the best
by & M.L. team since the 1924
Dodgevs and has been exceeded

only ipur times m Dig league
history. The Redlegs had only a

3-37. road record last season but

were 51-28 at heme where they
open a 12-game stand Tuesday
night..
i Hank Aaron had two hits in
each game and drove, in five
iruns as the Braves worked over
.eight, St. Louis pitchers. Lew
.Burdette spun a six-hitter for
; his fourth victory and Taylor
Phillips won the nightcap in
; relief of Red Murff. Ed Mat Mathews
hews Mathews also homered for the
J Braves in the second game.
Vera. Law scattered 10 hits as

the Pirates snapped a seven seven-game
game seven-game losing streak after 17 Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia hits paved the way for
a 0-2 win the opener. Dee Fondy
drveJn two runs for the Pirates
in tthe nightcap after Granny
Hamner had three hits and Stan
Lopata four for the Phils in the
first game.
Johnny Podres turned in his
second shutout of the season and
Puke Snider homered to help the
Dodgers snap a four-game losing
streak. The Dodgers routed Pete
Burnslde in the first Inning and
the 1955 World Series hero won
breezing behind a stout defense
that included brilliant plays by

sniaer ana Jim Giniam
: Larry Doby hit two

and a double to drive in lourlNeale Frser of Australia lost to
runs as Bill Fischer scored his Antonio Palafox in an earlier

Player and club lib ih Pet

Robinson, Clnci 21 91 20 36 .396
Hoak, Cincinnati 23 76 16 29 .382

Aaron, Mil. 23 103 27 39 .379
Muslal, St. Louis 22 92 12 34 .370

oroat, puts.

24 96 13 35 .365

24 84 15 30 .357

21 92 18 32 .348
23 83 13 28 .337
23 84 19 28 .333
23 67 7 22 .328

AMERICAN LEAGTTK

Williams, Boston 19 69 17 29 ,420

M 56 10 23 .411

23 59 11 22 .373
23 18 8 29 .372
21 80 17 29 .363
25 9 10 34 .354
22 7 12 27 .351
22 64 12 28 .333
22 72 16 24 .333

Boyd, Baltimore 22 76 17,25 .329

HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron, Braves ..9
Moon, Cards ft
Mathews, Braves 5
Adcock, Braves 6
Sauer. Giants . .T. 5
Crowe, Redlegs 5

BREEZING HOME Isaac Gustlnes King breezes home all alone an easy three-length wln wln-her
her wln-her ln toe Nurses Day Handicap yesterday yesterday afternoon at the President Remon race- i
track. Braolio Baeza guided the Argentine-bred chestnut horse to victory, t It was the. third i
consecutive victory for Baeza in a classic or handicap in less -than sv fortnight,
! ...,,JV-, ' t,

'Nurses Handicap;
Wins Sub-Feature

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

King Cops
Mel end ez

Retina Uninjured,

Herb Score's
Physicians Say
CLFVELAND, May 13 (UP)

Physicians treating Cleveland In

dians pitcher Herb Score were

"able to look at the retina" of

hisinjured eye yesterday and de

termineu that the "small part

wmch we were able to see was

uninjured."
That w&s the most optimistic of

tne daily medical bulletins issued
sii.ee the southpaw strikeout king
was injured last Tuesday night by
i sizzling liner off, the bat of in in-fielder
fielder in-fielder G& McDougald if tBeiNew

York yahkoesi tU."!-
"We were not able Id see the

entire part, and particularly the

center part, which is the most im

portant, the medical bullem

said. "Also, there has been a

rapid absorption of the hemor

rhage residue within the last 24

hours

Tribe press chief Nate Wallack

said the physicians also reported

"no other complications to
Store's eye since the accident.

Dalian Davis Cup
Ace Scores Upset
In Rome Tourney
"OMfl. Italy, Mav 13 (UP)
Nicola Pietrangeli, Italy's tall
Davis Cup player, produced the
fourth big upset in men's singles

al Homes international tennis
c!.ampionships yesterday by defea defea-iug
iug defea-iug Budge Patty of Los Angeles
and Paris, 4-6, 9-7, 8-6, 6-4. Tatty
ws seeded third and Pietrangeli
sixth.
Darkness halted their" quarter quarter-f'nal
f'nal quarter-f'nal Saturday after three sets.
It took Pietrangeli less than 20
minutes to win the fourth set
yesterday before a small crowd of
400 at the Foro Italico Stadium.
The four top-seeded men have
been ousted from the singles. Mer Mer-vyn
vyn Mer-vyn Rose upset top-seeded Lew
Huad in an all-Australian match
and Pierre Parmon of France de defeated
feated defeated second seeded Ashley
Cooner f Australia in quarter-

homers finals yesterday. Fourth seeded

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Williams, Red Sox 9
Sievers, Senators 6
Sklzas, Athletics 5
Simpson, Athletics .T 5

Zernial, Athletics
Marls, Indians
Mantle, Yanks ..

RUNS BATTED IN

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron, Braves 25
Hoak, Redlegs 21
Furillo, Dodgers 20
Sauer, Giants 19
Jones, Phils 19

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sievers, Senators ........ 24
Simpson, Athletics ...... 21
Doby, White Sox 20
Williams, Red Sox 17
Maris, Indians 17

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Trucks, Athletics ... 5

Sanford, Phils.

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Fangio Road Races
More Dangerous As

Cars Become Beler

MILAN, Italy May 13 (UP)
Argentine world champ Juan

Manuel Fangio said here tonight
he was "hit deep Jn my heart"
when he was .tola that one of his
dearest friends, Alfonso De Por Por-tago
tago Por-tago died yesterday in a "Mille
Miglia" crash.

The sad announcement was

broken to Fangio at Malpensa
alrnnrt o fan, wilnuta aftA. fh.

Argentine ace stepped out of an
Alitalia airliner from Buenos

Aires.
Fangio's steel eyes flashed as

they did two months ago when
he was told that Eugenio Castel Castel-lottl
lottl Castel-lottl of Italy had died in a train training
ing training accident Terrible' he
gasped, "but I am not surprised

at an. Road races are becoming

BACKSTROKE ACE Jim Blackburn of BHS finishes first in
the 100 yard backstroke event of the lnterscholastle triangu triangular
lar triangular swim meet Thursday afternoon at the Gamboa pool in
which C.H.S. and J.C. also participated.
(Tommy Thompson Photo).

Law Of Averages Catches Up

WithllstPlace Miami Marli
m mm vmmi nmm

NEW YORK. May il (UP) -r-

The law of averages and a .pair
of. veteran hurlers caught up

with the Miami Marlins today

and transformed their Interna

tional League "run-away" into

a iour-team scramoie ior iirsi

place.

Fid Hah a4 Ry MaiMit
pitched M OuHalo Obeni to a 5-4.
2- 0 Sunday .twin bill sweep
ever Miami, smashing the Marlini'
tix-fime win ikeia, while the
Richmend VirginiaM aed Terente
Mipte leafs else iwept twin Stills.
Richmend dewned Mentreal, 3-2
3- 2 and Terente whipped Celum.
but, 10-3, 2-0.,

Richmend pushed acrese run
in the tep ef the tenth te lv re
liever Rob Wiesler hit first win

and in the nightcap, Danny Schell's
fifth homer preved the margin ef
difference and gave td Msier, whe
went the distance, his second
triumeh.

The Vees now trail Miami by
only 12 percentage points. Buf

falo is 1 1-2 games behind and
the Leafs trail by two. The Ro-

rriMtpr wmit wlnira IJin ersinea

more and more dangerous as car 'a double-header sweep, 3-1, 9-1.

ougiucB are uecommg more ana over the Havana Sugar Kings

more powerrai.- IThe Wlnw Bre now in fifth

rangio reiusea to say wnetner Diace. four games off the pace.

n twas against a xurtner ediuon, Luke Eater's sUth homer
of the Italian road classic highlighted Buffalo's attack on
"It is not up to me to make a four Miami pitchers. Including

uccisiuu, n Bam .out iracs.i8tarter-loser Gene Snyder. Herb Herb-races
races Herb-races are much safer than road ert held the Marlins to two runs

mccs, uua is quite ODVIOUS. 1 mw tha flr-t vn frmia but

ins

spvvo. villa 10 tjuaire VUTlVIWi
would also suggest that road rac
es, in case they are not supnresa

ed, should be entered only by
stock cars which cannot develop
the terrific speed of 300 kph."
"When something haDnens. a

driver is absolutely helpless," he
told United Press after he was
told the details of De Portago s
death.
"Here is no army to keep peo

ple at oay, people are every,
where, when I competed la the
Mille Miglia in the last' few
years, fans lined up along the
course were Just like a nightmare."

needed relief In the last two

Hahn two-hitted Miami in the
second game, outpltchlng Sat Satchel
chel Satchel Paige, who yielded Buffalo's

two runs in the nrst inning ana
was the losing pitcher.
Southpaws Johnny Schmlts
and Nlles Jordan received credit
for their first wins of the sea season
son season as they both went the route

round
Pietrangeh will meet Dannon
in thr semifinals tomorrow. The
winner will meet Giuseppe Merlo

of Italy toe the men's title. Merle, 1

who swings his racket with both
hands gained the final today by
defeating Rose, 1-0, T-5, 0-4. 1-0,
M. Rose, ceded eighth, was ham hampered
pered hampered by crsmps during his match
with tho fifth-seeded Merlo.

Today Encanto J5, J20
Joel McCrea in
THE FIRST TEXAN"
In Cinemascope!
Mickey Rooney In
Magtdffceat Ronghneeks"

Today IDEAL 25 -.15
Sal Mlneo in
"ROCK, PRETTY BABY"
v John Bromfield In
"CVRL'CU the Beast of
The Amasoa"

against Columbus. Jordan spac
ed five hits, while in the seven

inning; contest Schmlts hurled

brilliant two-hitter.
Rookie Dick Rlcketts and vet

eran Bill Greason. Ditched tleht

four-hitters, enabling Rochester

to sweep its pair from Havana

it was Rlckett's third straight

victory and Gaeson's first, win.
The llnescores:
(First Game)
Columbus 000 010 2003 5

Toronto 022 510 00x-10 0 :

Douglas, Donoso (4), Grun-

waia (5) and Onuska; Jordan

ana St. Claire.

P Douglas. HRs Gollat, Mor

ton.

(First Game)

Richmond 100 001 00 13 U i

Montreal 000 200 000 02 9

Kite and watlington; Grob.
Vargas (1) y Ronning. P Var

gas.
(First Game)

Miami 000 200 0204 13 S

Buffalo 012 020 OOx 5 7 2

Snyder. Hunslneer (S). Ander

son (7). Mason (8) and McCul
lough: Herbert. Narr (8). Brad

ford 9) and Astroth. WP Herb

ert. ; .

P flnvder. HRS Easter

Smith,

(First Game)

Havana 1000 000 0001 4

Rochester 200 000 01z 3 8

Amor. Lane (8) and izauUri

do. Garcia (8): Rickett and

Teed.

Pi-Amor. HRSs Green. Bur

gess.

(Second Game 7 inhlnEs) .

Columbus 000 000 00 2 1
Toronto 002 OlOx 3 3 0
Naranjo and Peterson; Schmltr

ana oseuL hr chell..

"Maestro" Isa'ac Gustlnes yes yesterday
terday yesterday sent out his entry of
King and Tony the odds-on mu mu-tuels
tuels mu-tuels favorite in the "Handicap
Dla de las Enfermeras" (Nurses

Day Handicap) and King raced
like a prohibitive choice should
to take the $600 seven furlong

sprint for fourth series import

ed thoroughbreds at the Presl

deht Remon racetrack by three

lenghtS. !'.;'..:;". ;

Little Brsulie Rasas get the
usually slew starting King eff te a
fast start and, after disposing' ef
tablemare Tony, King easily teek
command and raced away when
given his head to score under
'wraps. '' '.'i. 1
El Fakir, a forward factor

barely lasted to save the place

irom Maria Stuardo's lormlda

ble closing rush. Oliver, which

ran contrary to his usual front-

running style, wound up a cred creditable
itable creditable fourth although never a

aangerous contender.

Tony, which faded badlv after

his pacesetting effort: PaDos

Flynn, which lost his chance a

tne start, and Concrete Pipe
trailed in that order.

King returned 83.20 and S2.40.

He turned the seven furlongs In

tne rair time or 1:25 4-3.

Melendes produced a brilliant
stretch rush te est ue in time te I

I beet out the surprising ; Gonetlne
In the sub-feature.' Cenetine, 0
1 1 5-1 ahst, had rsced the breath

Tout ef odds-eat mutueb choice Jal
'Alei II end seamed headed for

.victory when Melendes drive vir

tually swept him off his feet fas

the closing stride.

Jal Alai n lasted to save show

money from last place Coma

tose.

Melendes, second choice In the

oetting, returned 85.60 and 83

The one-two combination with
Gonetlno paid $59.80 tops for

tne day.

, Ruben vasquez, the leading

naer, cnaiKea up tnree more

victories to nis already numer

ous total. Baeza and Crlstian

neooiiedo had two each.

learns

Milwaukee ,v
Brooklyn ,
Philadelphia .
St. Louis
New York .
Chicago i ;
Pittsburgh t

W L

16 7
16 7
13 9
13 10
U 11
10 14
7 16
6 18

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TODAY'S GAMES
' ; Qpen Date
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
fFirst. nam)

Milwaukee 000 202 000 4 12 2
St, Louis t 020 000 0002. 0 ; 0

Burdette (4-1) and Rice.
Dickson (0-2), Merritt, WU WU-helm
helm WU-helm and H. Smith,
" (Second name) k. k

Milwaukee ,002 602 00010 It 0

St. Louis 000 130 000 4 12 1

Murff, Phillips (2-0) and Cran Cran-aall.
aall. Cran-aall. '1
Wehmeier (2-2), Schmidt, R.
O. Smith, Davis,. WUhelm and
Landrith, v ,

M (First Game)
Cincinnati 300 000 2117 13 0
Chicago 000 311 0005 14 2
Jeffcoat, Fowler, Sanchez (2-0)
and Bailey.
Kaiser, Littlefleld, Singleton
(0-l) Low and Neeman, v-
"vV ISeoond nmnsv

Cincinnati, tj 010 010 0237 12 2

cnicago t 000 000 1001 4 1
Gross 2-0) and BaUey. n
Poholskv (n-2L

Collum, valentlnetti and Nee Neeman.
man. Neeman. ... . 1

AMERICAN LEAGTJS

Teams

Chicago

New York

W.

1

Cleveland i 13 9
Boston . .. ., 13 10

Kansas City 12 13

Detroit 11 13
Baltimore -' ,. 9 13

Washington 19 .240 10

Pet.
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.636
.591
MS
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TODAY'S GAMES
Washington at Boston (N) A
Only game scheduled.
1' YESTERDAY'S tftTRTTTTe

New York 1 nna nnn nna

Baltimore; : 010 011 0003 10 a

.Mantz, Grim (4-2) and Berra.
Brown (1-2) and Trlandos.

Chicago

Detroit

010 001 300 5 12 0
030 000 0104 10 0

Harshman. mxrho n j

Lollar. .. "7'

Foytack (2-2): Biannlno- i..t

er and House. -

Brooklyn 301 001 0005 9
New York 000 000 000 0 6

Podres (2-2) and Campanella.
Burnslde (12). Barrlav niriir

S ffftrri nun.) :ft

Kansas Cltv oonan2 4nrLaic

Cleveland 000 101 000-Ja in n

. 7,5
McDermott, Burnette, Tmcko
(5-0) and H. Smith, f
ml11 '?;8'' Tomanek, Pltula,
McLlsh, Houtteman and Nara Nara-gon.
gon. Nara-gon. . ,.

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Victor Mature In f
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attack'

(Second Game 7 innings)
Richmond 201 000 03 7 1

Montrea 1 200 000 02 7 2

Maier and Wattngton. Chi to
(5); Barker. Wall (7) and Rose-

(Second Game 7 innings) --'
Havana 000 001 01 4 2

204 030 z 9 0 m-rk that were the best
Hatten Cueche (3) Uefta (5) ntUoa this season came
Cuellar (6) and Garcia; Greason; the S-uthwest Conference

FIRST RACE
1 Tiny Brook 84-80, 2.80.
2 Baeana 84.
SECOND RACE
1 Vllma p 84.20, 2.40.
2 Don Gran 52 46.
" First Double: Tiny Brook-Vllma
P) 514.60.
(Tiny Brook-Golden Bound)
54.80 (Golden Bound scratched
at start).
THIRD RACE
1 Argyla (e) 53, 2.40.
2 Francisquito (e).

I Tanara.

One-Two: 54-20
FOURTH RACE

1 Redondita 523, 7.40.
2 Montero 53.'

qnlnlela: 516.68
' FIFTH R.ACR

1 Scintillation 53 JO, 2.48.
I Crews HiU 52.60.
SIXTH RACK

1 Ragaixa 53, t28.
2 Arrabalero $2.60.
SEVENTH RACK

1 Kins 53.20. 2.40.

El Fakir 52.40.

Second Double: 54.68
EIGHTH RACK v

1 Sabiondo S3, 2.20. ;

2 sum Bine 5Z.M.

Qulnlela: 53.40
v NINTH RACE

1 Melendes 55.60, 5.
2 Gonetlno 5548V
One-Two: 55946

World Record Set

At Southwest rK
Conference Meet
AUSTIN. Tex Mar 11 ITP)

One world record and two- other

and ShanU.

P-Batten. HR Escalera.

(Second Game 7 Innings)
Miami 000 000 09 2
Buffalo 200 000 02 6

Paige, Semproch (6) and Mc
CuUough: Hahn and Noble. -,
p Paige.

la the

out

track

' (First namV

Phlladebhla 3 on 1 1 n 1 1 1 a 171

Pittsburgh tO00 000 0022 11 J 1

Simmons (2-1), Miller and Lo Lopata.
pata. Lopata. .ft s, ,
Arrovo -.(o-dt trinir 'p,,i.r

key andFolles.1ivL t

! fSumi ''-,--'.

Phlladelnhia moonn nnni in a

Pittsburgh 122 010. 00x 6 -12 1
. bswtsj (2-4), Hearn, More More-head,
head, More-head, Meyer and Lopata.

w u-i) and FoUes, Rand.

(Second Game)
Kansas City 010 010 1014 H I
Cleveland ; 500D20 00x 7 10 t
TJuran (0-2) Coleman,' Porto Porto-carrero,
carrero, Porto-carrero, McDermott and Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, H. Smith, Daley. T
Daley, Mossi, (l-'o 1 Narleskl
and Nixon. 4 r V

(First Game)
, : 000 000 000-1 fj I
014 310 lOx 10 13. J

Wash.1
Boston

Stobbs' (0-6). Clevenger, Hydo
Hernandea and Berberet
.Brewer 4-21 and White.
. (Secohd Garnet"
Washington 000 010 050 6 11
Boston ; 001 001 000 a 7 0
Ramos' (2-1) and Fitzgerald.'.
Sisler Delock l-3 Chakaler
and Daley. ,

Marquis de Pprtago Writes
Own Obituary In this Week's
Issue Of Sports Illustrated

4

By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK." Mav 1S7TTPY-1

"When I have actually lost con control
trol control of the car there is absolute absolutely
ly absolutely nothing 1 can do except sit
still, frozen with fear, and wait
for events to take their natural

course." c .,

inus. in this weekV lasim nf

Sports Illustrated, did the Mar Marquis
quis Marquis de Portago write) his own

oDituary. .- .. .-.-,.'.:
For yesterday, bucketincr down

an Italian roaa in the Mille M-

gua. tne 2B-vear-oid Rnoniah

daredevil lost control for th it

time. A tire blew.' The fleetn?

xenan aiuea mio a miiestnn.

1 A 1

uiu uca aKtuuat a poie ana piung

ea Dersers: into a crowd 01 spec
tators.

It alwava seema llkn an tr

nlty between the time one loa

control of the car until the time
one hits whatever one Is going to

TANDINQ-

W L Ppt t3B

Miami .....,.15 .8 .652
Richmond 16 0 440

Buffalo ........13 f 491
Toronto 13. 10 '465
Rochester 12 13 .490
Columbus 8 14 464
Montr a J 8 15 448
Havana 5 15 44

and field meet which the Univer-

suy of Texas dominated Friday
and Saturday. .
i The sensational Texas sprint

riav learn which lets than a

6; month aeo set a new world mark

oi 39.8 seconds in the 440 yardi

rr-iay rouna one turn tn the Ra

ses Relays, flashed to a new mark
of 40 seconds fiat around two

turns.

2

Texas the raced to a aew

national seasonal best time of

3:118 in the mile-relay.

ioa Mewart Southern Methodist

4 j sovnon-iora sensation cleared six
4$;feet 10H Uichet. also the best

He took 10 others with him as

he passed through that one eter eternity
nity eternity into another. And you can

use nis worn ior it that they
were afraid.

"Do we ever get frightened?"
lie penned his own question.
"We get terrified. Fear is the
awareness of danger. Whenev Whenever
er Whenever a driver makes a mistake
and loses control of his ear for
evea a split second, the dan danger
ger danger Is acute and he la fright-
OtSd ' '
It is difficult to" nlctura him

that way. I knew this haughty.

nawK-iaced man with the black
pompadour-style hair, meeting
him the first time as he crenar-

ed to ride in the Grand National
Steeplechase at Aintree. Centur

ies of Castiliaa arrogance rode
his shoulders and you knew that

inus looaea nis ancestral

when they toed the decks

leons on the Spanish main.

He didn't look afraid when his
horse fell at one of the early
jumps and he sat there,' u "amov "amoving,
ing, "amoving, as the field thundered past

around bun in a mad cavalry

charge. Upset undoubtedly, cha

in aarKenmg bis long, Ught Ught-upped
upped Ught-upped face, much as an earlier
De Portago might have looked
when Sir Francis Drake boarded

his ship. But not afraid.

Yet It mdM it startx! fftr

this 28-year-old modern adven-'l t J Til E

m qiute u cxprrt on uie sub subject
ject subject of golg off the road.
Th mrA nn.a!f nari man

fearfuUy considering an invlta-
tlon to ride In the Mexican road
race with Bui France, president
of the National Association tot
Stock Car Automobile Racing. Wa
didn't, get the car we wanted."
The marquis, at that time, was

cagcujr auiuupaiing ms first au-
Jo racing start. He admitted that
he was "quite nervous' about It
but, like most of the racing;
breed, had, the look of eagles in
his eyes: sxl-
f.StUVU start was much llkt
the ending,- albeit -without thv
tragic overtones. The Marquis
lost the road," crashed and was
thrown from his pax. rt mmiv

made him more determined than
ever-to succeed, however,, and -his
self-inscribed "obit narv'

poets a haunting deadline. V
"I think the hardest part of
racmg is the start of a driv driver's
er's driver's career," he speculated. "If .'
(ho can stay alive and in one.
piece for the first couple of (.
years, this is one-half the bat,
tie." .' ?
. But "the battle ended yester yesterday
day yesterday for De Portago when ha
"lost it" as the tiro hl.w -nf??

actual tragedy Is among those
the fates sent with him for the
simple reason that road racing -crowds
are so dooDt maJt

and so impossible to control with
absolute safety to the innocent
.Because Do Portago', death
will stop no one from racinc?
"Sometimes vhm mI7j

killed you swear that yon wJJl ;
never race again," he wrote.
The next day you think, this
could never happen tome." -,
Ghostly type, lndeedl

of gaui S TODAY ;;sS

17 FT?

i1

Tnia h

1123 I
S8f3.H
ntrrxyj
n I

r r

tp-a iiy,.. ,4 vj
I DIVIDED HEART J

Fl

1

J-
II
' sH
: s
i

7 marc reported la the aatioa this

7 'year. f ;
II met hua again, I was, cults yg



V

FAGS
jisE PANAMA AMERICAS AN' lM)EPENliryT DAILY KEWSPAfEtt
MONDAY, MAT 13, 1957
First; Ploy In; P tin ama
Jamaican

Ttimorrtiw NigfM

GirlsWih!

3

tin OLD PHO

A PwrarrvEOPf

.TUB MAS WHO
CAMS TO PLAY
is rue yaws

M RIGHT'-., j

m tiff J

SsJ H? I WHO&B MUJK
I 1 YOU .DOM'T

- 'r ...but wiwcv te rwe ceuciALpur I truBfcf?t
! To d AMOS 0 WTAt tVA 7 BE .Cljifl SSiJ
JOE WILLIAMS

-. V' if I f f f UIMMI Vf
Chw above) ' v o

1 lip PC I lima BilU II uuiui u ammw r
good bfttUe-for 'the champion-4. Caldweir (9) 5. -Cluver (9), 8.
shin in the'A League swimming Amato 9) Time: 30.2. -

t .."T MunnAMttnTV.-! nrnpd V. St Rioeen (9) : OUI1-

The senibrs edged out the uh-lderson (9rv6.-EbereBz: 12) t,

dcrclausmen pouiu wi f "iT K iTVH o

SoDhomores with 39 points and & MasteUari ilt), 3. Barker (10?,
Srr'iSrni ",. v,nint t v 4 a ttnntRi-i ov. s Ionian fi: Rudee

Pioneer Cubs

Edge Giscombe

In Slugfest

Sports

Italian Senator

Asks Government

Ban Mille Miglia

Tn ii. AfiP- t.wft Tjat?ues.: the

B and C; the wixining warns raa

off and hid trom au compeuuuu.
The ffrosh took the B League
with 204 points while the rest
followed in order: Sophs 42, Sen Seniors
iors Seniors 34 Juniors 20, Bth grade 7
and 7th grade 2. The 7th took the
C League by a large margin from
the 8tn grade when they scored

the frosh had 41, i

The Reynolds1, (family tried

their Desi to make u

meets lamily awairs, ano us
bout dip. Jim Reynolds took
three events in the B League
when he won the 40 meter free
.tna wati hark and 80 Die

ter free styte. His younger broth

er, Al. won tne same uiree evcu
in the C League,' while Virginia,
won two and got a second in the
girls A League competition.

tii Tlnfnr tsa anntJlPT trlole

winner in the A League competl
tion when, he took the blue rib

bons-In the breaststroKe, Dacs
fmlra anil hnt.trflv Joe BlaCk-

burn- won two for the Seniors in

the A League by wnng me vt
and 80 meter free style events.
Results of interclass Swim
ttilng mtti.j'';-i l
J:'-LrA. LEAGUE

4. Hunter (9); 8, Dolan; 6, Rudge
&) Time: 51.0. '- ;
Participation n. Points Frosh
with 22 boys and 1 10 girls,-19
points.
Sophs with 5 boys and 1 girl, 2

- 8tn grade wun a ooys, z points.
(Note: backstroke, breast breast-stroke,
stroke, breast-stroke, and butterfly are all 40
meters) "- y ;?
- Results of the Interclass Swim Swimming
ming Swimming Meet:

C LEAGUE

1. seniors (112) 2. Juniors (95),
ita l svnsh (20).'

riMm in tp s- i Rcvnolds (12).

2. Taylor (HV 8, Barlow (11), 4.
Lawler (11), Time 27.8.
Boys 40 F S: I. Blackburn (12).
2. Siegel (11), 3. B. Laatz (12), 4.
Trower (11) 1 Fearon (12, 6.
Rowley (10), Timer 20 4.
Girls Breast: 1. Schulta (9), 2.
Reynolds (12), 3. Smith, (11), 4f

iawier uu, iim: ' ;

Boys Breast: l. Liniors vu, a.
n vf si Yin s nohrowolskl ( 12 ).

. S w. -
4. B. Laatz (12); and Browne (10)

tied, o.: BiacKDurn tiz. dumiw-

land my, 4 and r. Hajnafltiom. iW

uea. i line

1. 7th Grade (167a). 2.

Grade (82Vi), 3. Frosh (41).

8th

nirU n P 1 mmn f7. 2.

TJorrtn (Tl 4 Hatrtwln (7) 4

Morales (7), 5. Abadl (8), 6. Bai-

oeruie i) lime; o.o.

Boys 40 F S: 1. Reynolds (71, 2. "After the siaugnter among
Btesh (8), 3. Van Loon (7). 4rf the pubUo which has occurred

ROME, 'May 13(UP) A lead
. rhrit1on nAmrirrftt.ip 'sen ft.

top asked the Italian government
. i 1 ii 1 .. 411n

loaay u usn. uwuni i-- uuc
Miglia; road race which claimed
13 victims yesterday. ;,

'Senator vmcenzo mengni,
filed an urgent question in the
senate to outgoing Premier
i Afnnln fipvnl nr whoever will

be premier at the end of the

current caDinei crisis. ;

Mpnffhl' nuestion came on the

heels of outcry in .the Italian

press against, a race wmcn me
Milan newspaper II Glorno said

"no civilized couniry wouw vr vr-ganize."
ganize." vr-ganize." '.
Cirnv Vinlrprf hpsnprlar.led

Menghl, secretary of the inter

national.. i"aruameniary umuxi,
said:' (, -

"After the slaughter among

. ' V. l:.... i.:.o. i the met of obliterating

u. kit 4nn rrrtalnly. AH I gotta do is Keep 0"".

""there being no nnm KiSto'W5 Boy.Vback: Uhfor.l(12)', 1.
airy persiflage.--Still, he was r reSglca7clrcies as Ryter UIK Scott.: (9), VB,
.nronerlv dismissed as what is known n meteor WM .(12u. gAdJet. (10),. Mc-

eoing into Tuesday nignt s ,gam ,y :t:nw ?.
hitting .408, V, ; Vc t -?v iitB
"I guess I Just "don't gJJSBffa
WL's'best ballplayer, who has had fa801" -.tfi f "!

''t rJ,WU?' i aneei iot which he- was
Brl9j2 fcob. had lost much of the P wM punch.

?SSZZ or Uing itself for the .Ml. ct.

i Bu ..i.vi.. tatura.! resource. m

ed In the light aimi ft ;

we

IrcaiuB im.. vita
. didn't iret one or two hits,

t remember a game n be got more, bui

of course, e1d by semloccasional big .days;
.400 .average is not acnievca uy whjch toe

noted
ins tl

s Viewed

' -,ean(

r and,

' -48 wm the year. I Rot in more
, ffiWoffl-.S5ffx iSS StfS tU and thav. what
. killed. me.",. 3i

wrtBNSBV'S CLASSIC '

.' .d. show the baseball cllmate.ln tt. Lo ota Jyjg

V ayUonducUve td .400 Ztro m
"Both were throng by the ttoe I" bCen told

'so 'all I know aoom um ,

by old timers." L ,hl Hornsbys .424, recorded In

5 a all Wherv and doubts that an,

day hitter wm erercomeciow.w iu.. Md that means the
"t .11, he.. JVf"rtAef for blm than It

MB W: first Dase ""'w -mott narks are built .to I
i. tor the left-b.nd hitter.; .IriVf reach. Al

the "J. ntrVurcloVe t. the U hold
hen the first baseman has to pm e d p

.t'erand1 .nbVak th. Uft-hand hitter gef; tn

rigbt-hander doerat. ; of KajebaU's nicest and
. ... ; These remarks are typical of om a left-hand
most generous men. .. who ia. as everybodj ano t

werent many games In which he i got n0""-" nti by a
U told, as we recall. And viously be wasot WW, J
,erious slump from season's sUrt to fn eai M st
"Hornsby must have been lust .plain great, saia ue
Louis star with unconcealed admiration.
A great number of people feel the same way r ou. Stanley
rrank Musial. who has led his league in hUtmg six Unw. three
in a row, and U stUl harder, to get out than a rumpot house

"

A VANISHING TRIBE

40u ruiter since tea Yjxiiui -' i - - -, ,
Red Sox eccentric will be the last until Orrlwi defestthp 516th

AJVwat V, W !uvwaa I
Boswell (7), 5. Campbell (7), and
Corrlgaif H 8 Wed Time : "25 9, ; i
Glr Breast: I.: Herring (7), 2.
Ashton (8) 3. Baldwin (7),- 4.
Browne (7), .5. Morency -(7), 8.
Van Dyke (8) Time: 41.2, : i ; i
Boys Breast: 1.' Ebdon (8), 2,
Btesh (8),' 3. Steiner: (9K 4. Mac Mac-Kenzle"
Kenzle" Mac-Kenzle" (9) 5. Weade (9), 8. Hun-

; Clrls Back: l.:HalVos s(J),
Herring (7), 3. Dunn 7), 4. Abat
j : W Mk.: A, s

.'Boys Back: Reynolds (7), 2.
McDaniel (7), a.-Stelner, (9),,4:
Ebdon v 18), 5. Engelko (8),, 6,
Dehlingen (7) Timei 31.1 ?v ;
' Boys Butterflyrf 1. Ebdori (BV,
2.- Corrigan (8), 3. Bradshaw (9);,
4..Bassett (8) 'Timer 37.0

Girls 80 FS: L Haivosa (7N 2j
Dunn (7). s. Abadi t8). 4. Nah-

ipaa, tt iliac, i.yu.vn in
tbni. OA V H. 1 DvniM f7V

M i.. TV...-n M

4. weaae o. ciianam o.

Participation Points: 7th Grade

with 22 ooys; ana vi gins, 10
points. ' ' v"'.':.
. P.',h Grade with 11 boys and 4
.i-ln a n4t ..... -V.

- Frosh with 9 boys. S points;
, : XTnto tf VlAlrf.rnirA iSrnvt

ed. Time: 28.5." s ' ' stroke, and butterfly were all 40
Girls Back: 1. Reynolds (12) meters).' ?

Time: 84.o(

Jivaln this vear. I ask to know

what reasons have led respon responsible
sible responsible authorities to allow the
MiUe Miglia race on a road,
.without enforcing the effective
.precautions so often asked for,
lor the safety of fans and cu-,
rions bystanders. .'
if! i.feV. V;.v--,s-'' '..'
.' "AnH nrViPf.Kao Tha- Primler

doe not feel that he must order
that the JMille Miglia ., race -be
hotinori nn.rmil hprpaftpr. And

authorized only on a closed oir-t

Cult. "'(n-;: f,:,;" :ff i ' v
Lindai Christians

Veeps Death Of

Spanish Marquis

' MTLAN, Italy, May 13-(UP)
Pnnnpr-halrod film star I.inda

Christian wept hysterically last
night when she learned that
Spanish Marquis Alfonso de Por Por-tagb
tagb Por-tagb the man she might have
married was killed in an Ital Italian
ian Italian road race.
: The Hollywood beauty who was
once married to actor Tyrone

The hard-hitting Jamaican
Pioneer Cubs girls softball
team, yesterday afternoon post posted
ed posted their first victory on the
nthmus, after three straight
defeats, by edging the strong
Deportivo Giscombe team 9-7
at the Colon Stadium.
The steadily Improving visi visitors
tors visitors dropped their first two
contests to Giscombe and their
third, a heartbreaker to Mal Mal-ta
ta Mal-ta Vigor. Their last, setback
ended 16-15. (
TVi. T.innlfan r 1 1 1 are

scheduled to tackle another of
the best female softball teams
on the Isthmus tomorrow
night at the Panama Olympic
Stadium. The Pioneer Cubs will
meet the Cervesa Balboa squad.
. A snokesmcn for th Jamai Jamaican
can Jamaican girls said today the team
will leave some time this week
for A"r adulce, accomnanlel bv
the Gl'pombe outfit, v where
they will play one or two
games.

OUT OF DOORS with

By AL McCLANE
fishing Editor
AGUARO RIVER, Venezuela
fvrtrii mirins' the nast three

weeks, we have traveled some of

the most primitive wuumj
the world. Across the Andes,
iiinxrla river and into the

UU VY Ai JB,.v . "i
llanos country an endless sa

vanna teeming wn wuumo. t

tvu i the drainase area of

the Orinoco River, and to say
that fishing here surpasses our
wildest dreams is an understate

ment.

t ,orfpVii river below camp

nn j .act a at.rp.amer flv lor Da-

njiu vbo, T.

von. A pavon iooks mewuK;-

colored yeuow ana rea,
dark transverse bars similar to

the perch back nome.
TJoTrnn liaa imllffllted DOW

er which he turns on after jump

3-Way 3rd Place

Deadlock In Atlantic
Service Cage loop

''''

Nne gave ue rui wm; miwcu cad&ctuaii lana uouwij
kiss at H a.m. at the checkpoint, their eyes Rlued only to the top
AU- it411a 1tiri11i 4vt' Daw a '. t i-nB nf anw Qrr IP CHIP

lng. My first pavon weighed a
mere two pounds, yet he ran off ;
20 or 30 yards of line. -Twenty
pavon later I hooked
anrl lonHorf a 1 S-nnundpr. This

wuu .uv.v
humpbacked brute took 100 yards t

oir me reel oeiore juuhuub, au ,,,

even with a neavy leaaer tne .
was difficult, tn stnn Mv wrist

was so tired taht I had to quit
fishing. 4 i,..v

Although we are more ,tnan'
TOn mil pa frnm thp apa th 1l i

noco and tributary streams hold :j

giant manatee, sung rays, ereu
trii pels and a host of other ma-

rine species. There are also f

queeriy colored catiisn weigxuig
more than loo pounds, ., fl '.
There are carlbe or plranahit'f
and an even wickeder looWnK"!
fish called the pay ara. His- tw.fi ,1
front teeth are so long' that na-
ture gave him sockets lor nosf
trlls and the teeth fit comforta-,,
bly through the top of his heady -i
Al, these fish are horn hun-
gry. vrt
If you wade with your panf
rolled up, minnows pluck -the,,,,

iiu.il vii your icgs.

Jin.

Power saw part of the race, and

she gave De rortasio a iarewen

two teams of any cage league

but this week's piay in tne ax
mv Atlantic company-level bask basketball
etball basketball tourney finds the fans

lan near Brescia and arrived 1 third place teams which are au
here smlllne; and without knowl-!tied up. Headquarters Btry. 784tb
pdA nf n Portaffo's death. Hen aaa Bn 219th Ordnance Com-

smile laded wnen sne saw tne se- panv and tne owtn mi- i-ump

nf tV Mllla Mlcrlifl in: Romp.

halfwpy noint of the classic race

around itaiy.

She boarded an airliner to Ml-

rious faces of newsmen waiting
at the airport to greet her and

was replaced dv a iook oi oisdc

lief. r i

are posting identical records
off four wins and three losses
for the threeway deadlock.

dWIU U BUM IlUlUilW .'-
iml.au toTI ma tVia1 truth shp flrct nlapa with ft one-same mar

said. I gin over second place U.S. Army

Garrison, whicn noasts a iour-

Her niouth fell open at first in
disbelief and then in horror. She
broke into sobs. Friends took her
hv t.h arm and led her to a se

cret hidinar Dlace near Brescia

where sne was
night.

win two-loss record to JWTCr

four wins and one joss, jwtcs
lone defeat came at the handt
of the same flred-uo Hn. Btry.

ICBir nir0ua LCBMII WillCii iioa maw
spending the over the powerful U. S. Army

uarrison leam. :j.

Laatz (121 -6. 6a4let (10), ft. Mc-

IGlrls Butterfryj-liSchulta (9Y

2. Hote (10) Tne:;33.K -'
: h..,. -l... a r 1.1a.. 4 a

- ooys uuiieriijr i t. -ui.via
2. Slegef (11), t S. Dobrowolskl

(12;, 4. Kisenmann viu, s. dh
bier (11), 8. Reynolds (10) Time:

24.4. . : 1
'. frl RA V S:ii Barlow (II). 2.

Hota (10) Time:. 1:10,2.

Boys 80 Fi : l. BiacKDurn
(12), 2, Siegel (li), 3. Rowley
(10), 4. Scott (9): 5. Pearson (10)
Time: 48.4 f ,". ;'".
. Participation Points; Juniors
with 10. boys and ,, 8 girls, 10
points. 1 '
Seniors with 18 boys and 1 girl,
6 points.' 1 .
Sophs with 11 boys and 1 girl,

3 points. , :

(Note: nacKstroae, oreastwo.e
and butterfly are an 40 meters).
Results of the interclass Swim Swimming
ming Swimming meet: ;
. 'b league ; .-"
1. Frosh (204), 2 fiophs' (4S),

3. Seniors (34), 4. Juniors 120),;
5. 8th Grace (7)K. 7th Grade,
(21.
Girls 40 r S: 1. Harned (9), S.,
Rogers (W. 3. McConaghey 9),i

4. Paigt (lU. com ua imie-.
25.2.
Boys 40 r S: 1. Reynolds (9),
2. MasteUari (11), 3. Toussieh
(10), 4. Barker (10), 8. Bettsak
(9). 8. Gorham (9), Hunter (9),
and Dial (9) tied Time: 21.6.
Girls Breast: 1. Engelke (12),
2. Rettineer (9). 3. Rose ; (9)

Time: 42.2. .
Boys Breast: 1. Gorham (9). 2.
Dolan (9), 3. MUler (9), 4. Rudge j
(8), 5. Ness (7), 8. Caldwell (9 I
Time: 32.8. --f . m
Girls Back: 1. Harned (9), L:

Rogers (9), 3. McConagheor (9)
Time: 30.0..
Boys Back: L Reynolds (9), 2.
Hunter (9), 3. Bettsak (9),, 4.

MacLean (9), Suarex uo;, o.
Pearson (9) Time: 27J.
Girls Butterfly: : 1. Eberens;
(121. 2Howe (10). 3. Engelko
(12)' 4. Corn (12). 5. DiPasco (9),'
6. Smith (9) Time: 38.5.
Boys Butterfly: L Bettsak (9), I

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baseball makes up its mind whether its a day game or a night

The chedule eontained relatively few night games ta Wil Wil-lUnw
lUnw Wil-lUnw .401 geasoa. This yr the Natienal txro.ed U the
American tl". Thus, more than one-third of the saOB la eaeh
leagao Is to be played ander bghts, ...
There- a.-e no essential differences between day and night
hitting; toia: militates against consistency i the scrambled
achedule cf iav nd nleht gsmes. Adjusting to cne or the other
would be simple: to both, it's impossible, :
Cf the eiht .400 hitters since the turn of the century, only
ft-;1.. .. . 1 ,ka 1 : n V Van T Q In.

Jop Jackson. BU! Terrr. Harr Heilmann. Cobb. Sisler and

i;rn.-by. PTc)"":!vpr votked the day shift. This has to be more
t:.ia cKre toincidccce.

ing

In Quarry Heights
Basketball League,

The Quarry Heights Intramural
basketball season opened .this
past week with all four team
seeing action.

In the opentne game TLB. Ar-

MPj by the score of 35-25. Dean
Hewitt of the earrtson five w
hieh man In the game with 12
points. Following him hi the
ce for scorina honors wa Eve
BeUagamba and Larrr Mason
with nine and seven oolnts re re-anectlvelv..
anectlvelv.. re-anectlvelv.. Gordon PhlUim r
hh for the losers with five
po'nt
In th other contest the U S.
Arnif Siena' tesm swmred the
tnt knt" lr rWarttra

terron and Rill PT.k tied

for hih corin honors' with
seven points each.

Vy;; .V- :Vt3 f,r r:; 'piNA'ltEPITBUO. OF PANAMA 4 'P '

Corflctl trbirining 1992,' iSunday, May 12, 1957

Tho wholt ticket has 48 pieces divided In two sfirles. "A B of 24 pieces eacn.

First Prize
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Second Prize
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Third Prize

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$48,000.00
$14,400.00
.$ 7,200.00

FRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

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2125 V.' 212T Wool 212V 484.00 I 2131 480o 2133 484.00 I 213 I 213 4HO.O0 j 214 480 0 2142 48
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. rrue-wiorung NumDers of yesterday s Lottery urawing were sold at: Panama 1st, 2nd and 3rd
J. Tho Nino Hundred whole tickets ending In 4 and not Included in the above list win Forty-Eight Dollars ($48.t0) each.
, The whole ticket has 48 pieces which comprises the two series "A" and "B"
.. Signed by ALBERTO ALEMAN, Governor pf the Province of Panama Ced. 47-12155
' ' ; l5; The "RepresenUtlve of tho Treasary. JOSE GL'III.KRMO A1ZP0

WITNESSES: Franklin A. Spencer, Ced. No. 47-49813 V "t JOSE DOMINGO SOTO
. Santiago Ahrares, Ced. No. 47JU989 ;i Notary Public, Panama

PABLO A. FIN EL M M-Secretary
Secretary M-Secretary

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riU 1 1. rtpben arl eoJ to Ua FfrM Priia.
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praxtmation ara caiematad an tba rlnrt. Second and Third Pruct. In caat
a ttrket thoold cam tl aumbar of aach nrln. Iba bolder i arrtitlcd ta
alaiOB aaTncnt for aacb. -..-.:-.,-',' ;-.."

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First Prized .
-Second Prize.
Third Prize.

Sunday, May 12,;1 957 Z l ; 'i
' Drawing Nsunber 698 i f
Fraction Ticket,

: 34 $11.00 $220.00
. 09 3.00 60.00
. a 45 2.00 40.00

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tba atftraa at ta al itiaaai Otaata aal Lattary iliaalad aa Coxtral S.eaa.
Flaa of Ordinary Drawing No. 1993 which will take
place May 19, 1957
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. 1 Tbira Prlaa. Ccnca A and B. of 1.00 M aacb ana SMM-
; 18 ApDroxanaUons. Sariaa A and B. al 4 MN aacb aanao SM
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. .Price of o forty-eignth part .50

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Houses

FOR RINV: Furnished eha eha-let,
let, eha-let, J bedrooms $S.OO. Campo
Alogre fist. Street No. 4. Ttl.
3-275.
FOR R1NT: Completely
furnished, three bedroom eh.
5 let. Ail conveniences. Ul Via
- Belisarie Form.
Resorts
f FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
bacb house. Ona mila pair Ca Ca-liee.
liee. Ca-liee. Phone Balboa 1166.
PHILLIPS Oeeanslde Coltagoa
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phono Panama
3-1177, Cristobal 3-H73.
leader 01 7490th
Reserve Regiment
Assigns Hew Staff
- Col Edmund R. MacVittie, com com-mandine
mandine com-mandine officer of the 7490th U.S.
Anny v Reserve Regiment, has an
nounced tne louowing siau. B9igu-
.... ikin hi unit'
Col. Edward M. Browder h a s
been assigned a the executive ot ot-ficer
ficer ot-ficer the S-l and adjutant is Capt.
i..sW r Honriomnn- S-2 is Mai.
J'kurica M. Morton; S-3is Lt. Col.
Ckyttn J. Murpny, assisiani o-as
are Lt. Col. Melvin E. Deerwest Deerwest-er
er Deerwest-er and 1st Lt. Lawerence L. Mintz;
S-4 is U. Col. Philip Steers;
chaplain k Lt. CoL Oscar w. vi vi-aim,
aim, vi-aim, Jr; medical officer is t. Col.
Isadora R Berger and iht PIO, is
2nd Lt. Jamea E. Pattison.
: The 74Wth is an active reserve
rganization that meets every
Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at
tne chemical building, Fort Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. All member of the orgamz orgamz-tion
tion orgamz-tion are strongly urged to attend
these weekly meetings.
Attendance at these meetings
coupled with two weeks of active
duty each year keeps the reserv reserv-ivt
ivt reserv-ivt up to date on the latest nulita nulita-v
v nulita-v information and developments.
At th ame time he is earning
pvinta tpward retirement i-d pro-notion"-
gj- -- t
Paying Record
Sci By Engineer
CREWE, England, May 13 (UP)
Sandy StrtckUnd, 40, a Bolton
engineer, completed 133 hours of
non-stop piano playing in the New
Theatre here last night. This beat
the 132-hour world record held by
Trance'i Robert Sergil.
"Syncopating Sandy," father of
wo children, had been playing
continuously since Monday morn morn-tig.
tig. morn-tig. In that time, nearly 20,000
persons paid to hear him and
thousands waited outside the thea
ter last night to congratulate him
on his record.
But Sandy was taken away by
doctors. He was exhausted and
half starved. He had eaten almost
no solid, food during the week but
lad kept going by drinking a gal gallon
lon gallon of tea and chain-smoking 100
eigarettes each day.
Victims Trapped
As Broken Levee
floods Texas Town
LAMPASAS, Tex., May 13 (UP)
A 10-foot wall of water from a
suspecting Centril Texas town of
Impasas last night, destroying an
estimated 90 per cent of the busi business
ness business district.'
Mafjr persona were trapped in
homes and (tores. Warren Doolit Doolit-tie,
tie, Doolit-tie, 7fc, was awept away and drown drowned.
ed. drowned. A woman was reported to have
been.washed away.
Search parties were looking for
mm anil ..there renortiKl miuinc.
la the midst of the flood, a con continuation
tinuation continuation of an unparallelled epi epi-daiic
daiic epi-daiic of tornadoes, cloudbursts
and floods that began April 19, a
gt rakin burst and caught fire in
tii hniu wtion of LamDasas.
.. Ninety per cent of our town is
as 'near completely aesiroyeo.
could be." publisher Ward Lowe of
th Lampasas Dispatch said.
SERVICE
CALLS TILL '10:00 pan.
2-2374
(AO wrk gna. ran teed)
TELE -RAD

Vradio

Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Jost built
nedom forniihcd apartmonta, I,
2 badraoma, bot, cold water.
Phono Panama 34941.
FOR RENT: Spacious a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one bedroom, hot
water, $60.00. J. F. do la Ossa
Avonuo Riqoi Building, facing
Firestone, Phone 2-3331.
FOR RENT:- Furnished a a-partmonta
partmonta a-partmonta on Via Porras, No.
120, overlooking SAS commis commissary,
sary, commissary, bosido Roosevelt Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. Tolopono 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Completely
furnished apartment, 2 bod bod-rooms,
rooms, bod-rooms, balcony, cool. 45th. St.
No. 22-13, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment on ground floor,
spacious and cool, 01 inspect inspected.
ed. inspected. Furnished $80.00, Jose do
Fabroga Avonuo No. H, Pasa Pasa-dona.
dona. Pasa-dona. By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
NORTH 27
J 109 65 J
82 v
63
9 4 3
WEST EAST
4K7 Q4J
K10 74 VJ9S
A 10 94 4Q8 2
KJ2 Q107
SOUTH (D)
AA8
VAQ8I
K J7 1
A85
Both vulnerable
8Mth West North Eat
1N.T. Pan Pass
2 4 Pan Pass Past'
Opening lead 4
Put yourW Uf ii Kor tbtlkK
siuon. your parmer Has opeoea
one no-tniQiD and you hava a.
oust witn six apnaes. you jenowt
that two apadea must be the least
unsatisfactory contract for your
side, but how can you get there
ana no iurtner?
The" Jacoby. transfer bid solves
your problem. You respond two
hearts and your partner must go
to two spades, now you pass. He
may glare at you. but he can t
Did any more because ne won t
get another chance.
West had a most unsatisfacto
ry hand to lead from and final finally
ly finally selected the four of hearts.
South won with the queen, laid
down the ace ana trumpea a
third heart. His next plays were
the ace and a small trump. West
won with the king and led his
fourth heart. Dummy ruffed and
East overruffed.
East shifted to his fourth best.
club. South took the ace and re
turned the suit. West went up
with the king since he was cer certain
tain certain that his partner held the
queen and led the Jack. East
overtook giving his side Its
fourth trick and led the .deuce
of diamonds.
South made the correct guess
and played the Jack thereby
making his two spada contract.
it would nave oeen possmie to
get to two spades without the use i
oi tne JTB proviaea Norui ana
South played the two spade re response
sponse response to a no-trump as a com-
Dlete sign off. In that case souin
would have been declarer, there
would not havce been an initial
heart lead toward the acequeen
and North and South would H
most surely heve wound up with
a minus score.
LEGAL NOTICE
United SUtae District Coart For The
Dktrtrt tt The Canal Zone
Crlitbbel Dlvlilon
In -the Matter of tbc Adostlon ot Al
fofuo Eric Jordan. Minor. Civil No,
JIM CHaUon.
To Eric Atonro Jordan, father of tbc
aboTC-named minor.
You are hereby required to appear
before the United State District Court
(or the Diatrtet of the Canal Zone. Diri
ion of Cristobal, at the Courtroon tn
CrirtbbaL Canal Zone, on the ltb day
of July. 137. at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon of i that day. then and there to
(how came. If any you have, why Al
fred Aucuetue Donaldaon and Gladyt
Donaldson ahould not be permitted) 10 a.
dent Alfeneo Eric Jordan and have hit
eumame cbanaed from Jordan w Do-
naHBon.
Witnaa the Honorable Gothrte r
Crewe. Judae. United Stataa Diatrkti
Court for the District of the Canei Zona.
that 3rd Amy f Mar. 1H7.
C T. McCorwiek, Jr
Clerk of Court
y Dortd M.
1 Drputy Clerk
I To: Eric Atom Jordan.
Tho teecotne chatton la
ytm 07 eaiWicauen pursuant to the Or
der of the Honorable Cuthne F
Jude. Unttad Stataa DisMct Cevt far
te DWtnrt or tne canal
the 23rd day of April. i5T. and an ter
ra and filed af record ka Una artiei
m the office of the Clerk af-the UnM
ed Statn District Court. Dmsian ofl

Crialokal. eat tie Z3rd day of May. 1T
Clerk of tat
(SanO
' y1n M. link WW
DaftBtjr Clerk

LEAVE TOUR AD WITH ONE Of OUIt' AGENTS OR OUR OFHCES AT M-ST "H" PTRECT, PANAMA-r XIBRERIA TRECUDO 7 tret No.'Io i AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DK NJBUCACIONKS No. 3 Lottery Plaza t CASA ZALDO-Centnl Ave. 45 LOURDES FHARMACY-18J ha Jtl""Bai,JM.r:
BARDO No. 26 "B" Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. J St. LEWIS SERVICE Avo. Tlvoll No.. 4 FARMACIA EST ADOS UNIDO&-J4S C?S!iAri
FARMACIA LUX 14 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE 4. Fo.de la Om Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY-Jujto Aroiemena .Ave .and 3J St. BAv
VAN-DER-J1S SO Street No. SI FARMACIA (X, BATUBBO Parage Lefevie Street FARMAUA "SAS" Via. Perrae 111 WOVEDADES ATH1S neeioe

tne Bella Vlita Iheatre.
Automobiles
FOR SAI.E: 1956 Ford V-l
4-door sedan with radio $1400.
Panama 3-3183 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Leaving for
States. Must soil 1954 Ford
Fairlano V4 4 door with ra radio.
dio. radio. Thundorbird engine. : Now'
condition throughput $1(50.00.
2-1827 or 5343-A Diablo..
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford. 4
good tiros, radio, excellent
condition. $525. Can bo financ financed
ed financed for American, working in
Zone. Telephone Panama 3 3-2343.
2343. 3-2343. FOR SALE: 1954 Buick
Special hardtop, straight shift,
radio, heater, white walla
$1195. Call days Albrook 5182.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet,
4 door. Power Glide, perfect
condition, $1,200. 8571 Marga Margarita
rita Margarita 3-2431.
FOR SALE: 55 Hillman eon eon-vortiblo
vortiblo eon-vortiblo Deluxe. New nylon
top, tires, battery, plugs,
points, etc. Excellent shape.
$1000.00. Will consider trade
on elder car. Phone 844143.
WANTED: A good condi condition
tion condition Steam boiler from 75 H.P.
to 150 H.P. Call 3-4434.
life v Insurance
can
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates arid Information
TeL Panama C-0553
TRANSP9RTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packer ShippefS o Mavoio
fbonoo t 245l 2582,
'''-.Utr RMInf S .'T
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding aaipipg Claato daily
S to 5 p.m. Phono 2-2451
. i, or by appehmweat.
kvkio w
CLt vision
tLE Vision SfBvrre
-uut iBjnttfiri-nn
THE
NEW
canon
UMIMt
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
4.1. tllll
Pan ami N. York
Col6n
British Seize
Camera From Jap
Al Reactor Site
LONDON, May 13 (UP) Brit
ish security guards confiscated a
camera from a Japanese visitor
lart week at the new Dounreay
experimental plant, the Sunday
P'ctorial said yesterday.
Tb Pictorial's Comer Clarke
s- id the Japanese was one of se
ertl foreign experts being shown
n-uod tne 56.000,000 reactor.-
Clarke
oese.
did not name the Jspa-
Clarke laid the plant is far a a-bead
bead a-bead of any possessed by Russia
or America. Foreign scientists are
trying to steal its secrets, he add
ec t
, I caa ret-eal that, by expertly
ftnuiun adTeruaeraenu for cer certain
tain certain spscuUsta needed at various
srom plants, they have found not
vHal details oi our progress," said
Clarke. -
He quoted a spokes mi a for the
Autnie Energy Aothority as say say-mg:
mg: say-mg: 'We realise this ia a loop
hole Some closely guarded farts
hare been tost tn this war. We
are now screening every adver advertisement
tisement advertisement ana apt-1 or peraoa-

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Miscellaneous

MOTORAL SALES 4 SE.
I VICE SHOP OFFICERS THE
LARUE ST STOCK OF TUBES
AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA-,
DIOS AND T.V.. SETS ON
THE ISTHMUS. INVERSIO INVERSIO-NES
NES INVERSIO-NES GENERALES, AUTO AUTOMOBILE
MOBILE AUTOMOBILE ROW No. 3I
FOR SALE: "Retina" cam camera
era camera with FI Ions, hardly used
50.00. "Wton" exposure me meter
ter meter $10.00. Tel. Panama -3-4940
or 31711.
FOR SALE: Is tho heat
wave netting you Wo have
room airconditioners for homo
and office, all alios. Generous
credit facilities. Muebleria Ca Cast
st Cast Sparton, Central Ave.- No.
24-109, Calidonia.
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TAURANT RESTAURANT offers invitation to
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RESTAURANT in Curundu, C.
2. Prospective bidders are In Invited,
vited, Invited, to visit tho operations.
Bids should b "Submitted in
duplicate, in sealed envelope
properly identified on the out out-sido
sido out-sido and enclosed in another
envelope addressed to tho Ins
tallation Officer for the a Men-'
tion of tho Post Restaurant Of Officer.
ficer. Officer. Bids wiiropen at 1400
hours of Juno 15, 1957 in the
Post Restaurant Building.. For.
further information call Cu
rundu 4205 op 4241.
T-
Red Tank's
. (Continued Iron Flit 1)
Balboa at 4:10 p.m. Saturday.
Between 6 and 7 p.m., a. total of
3.23 Inches of rain was measured
at Balboa Heights a near rec rec-cord
cord rec-cord for an hour. ..
The storm was accompanied by
a strong west wind which reach reached
ed reached maximum of 21 mnh. In Cris
tobal, police reported very light
showers over tne weekend with
orily moderate winds. :
Police radio communication on
the Pacific side was maintained
over a battery-operated portable
unit until the ; regular service
could be resume, lour, hours
later- v --tp & i
- A Canal Zon policeman, trav travelling
elling travelling with, his wife in his mi
vat car, was probably the first
to coma upon the gigantic Un Unblocking
blocking Unblocking the highway, shortly
before 7 o'clock. He is. Mort Le-
Vee who said he was stunned by
tne signt wnicn came upon mm
suddenly because a chiva driver
traveling, in the opposite direc direction
tion direction had blinded his vision for a
minute. -': :
The next thing he saw was
"this huge thing in front of me."
He managed to drive around tne
culpo, through some mud, and
on to the Pedro Miguel station,
where he reported the road
block1. , :, "r- i ':
Minutes later, there was a
double accident on cither side
of the tree trunk.
Canal pilot Capt F. Harring
ton said today he was grouping
his way through the heavy rain,
driving along slowly with Sum
mit caddy-master Jerome Bar
tholomew when he suddenly was
forced to-stop snort.
A big dark mass blocked my
view completely, and I yelled nut
something like what's gone
wrong." He said today he was
deeply grateful he bad decided to
start out from the Summit Golf
Club a little later, trying to wait
out the rain. 1
"What's this minor accident,"
he shrugged today, "If the tree
had fallen on my car, I wouldn't
he nere now talking to you.
Harrington's car was bumped
a few seconds later by a woman,
Mrs. Ida. Campbell of Gamboa
who was following behind him.
She tald today she looked un and
saw a big "foreign object" which
to her looked like a concrete wau
on the highway. Her husband
was also in the car. :
"My first thought was where
am I, where is this?1 There was
only minor damage reported to
the rear of Harrington's car. -Meanwhile,
on the other side
of the tree an official Canal rar
from the Port Captain's office
stopped short of the trunk also.
Chauffeur Dunstan C. McCorty
was driving two other pilots,;
Captains Carter Huston and J.
Lewis home to CnstobaL
A private eedaa. driven by
Panamanian Edwin Davis saw
the stopped ear too late, and
la swervntf off the read, side side-swiped
swiped side-swiped the Pert Captain's ear
and smashed tnt the base of
the tree, demolishing the front'
f his own car.
Be said today that he had
steDDed on his brakes, but they
were wet and didn't bold. Davtfl
is an ouer at tne Mirsiiores tne tne-set
set tne-set plant.
The two Canal pilots, hurry hurry-big
big hurry-big home, reaUzed that they
would be stuck there for hours
before the road could be cleared.
Tkey walked a roam 4 the tree
traak and me Harrington who
ffercd to drtvo them ever to
the Pedro MigeeJ flatten
where they were able to flag
down the freight train at av av-bent
bent av-bent 1:3 p m. -8topptB(
briery st the station.
Harrington called his wile in
Dlabto, who CT Ulia umi was
frantic becatra be had not re-

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- Laundromat,:. $80.0(1; P Simmons
Hido-a '.bed couch $90, 24"
RCA TV floor model with out-.
side antenna $225, babycrib
with mattress $15. RCA Con Con-solo
solo Con-solo radio and 3-snoed phono-.
graph v; $125, miscellaneous
household items. Tel.1 Amador1
5193 until-'4 p.m. Panama '3 '3-3183
3183 '3-3183 after 5 p.nn House 104
Calls 84 botwoen Via Porras
and 50th. 1 5
FOR SALE: Mahogany ve-.
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. liquor cabinet, -dining and liv living
ing living room, many other pieces
of furniture, carved v Chinese
chst, automatic Ironing ma machine
chine machine "Gladiron", 40 cycles.
Ascot water hoatar, bookcase,
chest of drawers, Tappan gas
stove, everything in excellent
condition. Owner ; lea vino Call
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FOR SALE: Beautiful
. Chrome Dinette sets 99.00,
living-room sets ; (upholstered)
95.00,' dining room table and
Chairs $45.00, wardrobes $19.
modern vanities $59,00, Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood beds with now mattres mattresses
ses mattresses $49.00, chests of drawers
$f JO, chiles wardrobe $19.00.
largo metal desks; $59,00, cent cent-"
" cent-" or tables $4.50; .now mattros mattros-aes
aes mattros-aes '$15.00, bunk beds $39.00,
folding beds $19.50,;. linoleums
'$4.95 porch v set f45.00 and
m any other ba rg alns.; E a sy
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Phone Curundu 7282. 7- '''V'A
FOR. SALE: 25 cycle wash wash-Ing
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Gener'als' llce;:.Mon
AgreeiThey, Would Have

GETTYSBURG. Pa- May -l3i-.
( urh -uenerais tisennower and
Montgomeryyref ought the battle of
UcrttysDur yesteraay ana agreed
they would nave "sacked" b o t h
the "Union and Confederate com commanders
manders commanders who directed it. ',
rThe ttvr1-World War II fcom fcom-tnandsrs,
tnandsrs, fcom-tnandsrs, touring the scene. of the
b'uodv Civir War battle, found
much to '..'criticise Hn' the 'tactics
employed by Gen. Robert Lee
for the Sou.h and Gen. George G.
Meade fo- the North. -.
Th -resident and his weekend
visitor. British Field Marshal Vis Vis-cr.unf
cr.unf Vis-cr.unf Montgomery, faulted Lee
fn ordering Pickett's celebrated
chargti acroas the open fields in a
desperate attempt to )reak the
Union lines . ... :. .'.
the tree, parked his car, and he
and the caddy napped there un until
til until 0 p.m. when the road was fi finally
nally finally cleared. i
The night before "the rain rainstorm,
storm, rainstorm, a passerby reported to
poUce that he noticed the culpo
tree was leaning over more than
usual.
, .',"' '''-' .' "v.''' S-
The Canal said .today that
plana to brace the tree with guy
wires had been unaer consider consideration
ation consideration before Saturday's storm.
An old-timer, saddeaed by
the less of the tree which he
remembered for the last quarter-century,
said today that
when the new read there was
built about 20 years age. In Instead
stead Instead ef going straight. It was
built aromnd the tree.
The culpo is the only tree near
that age which was close to a
highway, and therefore could be
observed by the public u
S o m etlmes nicknamed the
"pregnant tree" because It
bulges In the middle the culpo
is lighter than baisa, nut strong stronger
er stronger thai that wood, and was used
by England during world War II
to build the famous Mosquito
bombers.
The trunk is usually hollow by
the time the tree Is several nun
dred years old.

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CFN-TV! Goes Into Education Buisiness;
June 3 Starting Date For New; Courses

CFN-TV goes into the education
business m Dig way sunng June
3, Headquarters U.S. Army LariD
hckn has announced."
As a means of supplementing
the many programs available in
this re' aimed at .increasing the
educational level of the military
rsunnel, t'FN will telecast three
complete courses ; of instruction
d trin an ei&ht-week fieriod
The courses, all at the h i g h
schoul levei. are American histo-
ry.jKngiisn ana aigeDra.? t a e y
were specially prepared oy The
Office '.of Armed Forces Informa
tion and Education, Department of
Defense, for use in isolated areas,
This is hart of an Armed Forces'
wide attempt to bring education
to troops: wherever they may be
located. s-f,i -: ;;;'v, K:7y
in tie U.S. Army Caribbean, a-
r;a, it has been virtually impossi impossible
ble impossible to bring high school level in-
struction to 1 many installations,
p rtkularlv the isolated gun posi
tions and other areas not immedi immediately
ately immediately adjacent to the command's
three education centers at Fort
Clayton, Fort Kobbe and Fort Da
vis.- V.. ..- ".
Education officials emphasis emphasised,
ed, emphasised, and television officials ... a a-greed,
greed, a-greed, t that, -the throe courses
are more than merely o d u c a J
lonal television. They are v re- 1
ported tb have an.-, outstanding
listener .appeal as well as in instructional
structional instructional value. : Because of
this, the shows- are getting first
class ; televiewing t i m o. The
shows, In half-hour blocks, will -bo
transmitted each day f r e m
I Monday, through iSaturday -Le-
Meade, who had, just asstfmea
charge of the i Army of the Po
tomac, at the time of the battle,
blundered in hot pursuing Lee af after
ter after the Southern r attack failrid,
they concluded."- 4
,
Criticise Ike And Monty 7.,
..ir ' -. .,c .''"' . : ,' .-- '"
Eisenhower tempered his crit critique
ique critique by commenting that if some
of .the Civi- War generals were
i.'ve today they would find much
t criticize in the battles he and
Montgomery waged.
Gettysburg V, marked the high
pi.!nt, of Lee's adventure into
Northern territory in the summer
of 1863;; He hurled his Army of
Northern Virginia against Meade's
et trenched forces in three days of
frious fighting, then withdrew
back' across the Potomsc.
Eisehower and Montgomery set
out from the President s farm
ejrly In. the morning to tramp e-
ver the fog-snrouaea nuis wnere
the battk raeed and annraise the
strategy U the classic struggle.
r ioter, they escort ea Mrs. Eis
enhower to the" Getty sburs Pres
byterian Chilrch where the Rev.
Kobert wacAsuu preacnea nis
first sermon ss the new minister.
' 7' (totura Te Washington T'
M f -". - -.
Montsomerv.' hero -of EI Ale-
mein and Eisenhower's lieutenant
in the invasion of Frsnce. ; ,'
Eiseuhowrr and his guest, now
deputy NATO commsnder, began
tntir battlefield tour at the Get Get-tv
tv Get-tv sburs National Museum where
Jr-senh Rosensteel. the resident
historian, traced the tides of the
fighting en huge electric map.
Before comig here Saturday,
Montgomery told a Baltimore,
Ud audience he would Tiave fired
both Lee and Meade after the
Gettysburg battle if be bad been
in control of the Civil War.
As be and the President climbed
down from sat observation tower
on Gulp's Hill, one of the "focal i
points of tne battle, Montgomery j
es -asked Dy a reporter, -wouia
vou ill have sacked Lee and
Meade?" ', -r
"Monty", the man who de-
rfvved Getman' forces in .the
Ncrth Africsa desert during World
War IL railed fleetingly ind,
with a glance at his host an-1
swerrt: "Welt, I would.net have,
fought the battle that way, my my-'."......
'."...... my-'."...... 1
The President chortled and told
him "If too had, I would have,
sacked yo. '" ""
Pewsee) At Statue
Tbc presidential II mens lie
craved skanr the Union lines and
pusd at the statue of Meade.
Te to men rot out ot u car
tot slogged through shoe -.high

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90 H.P. Chrysler merino en engine.
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tween J'mhti 7:30 p.m., immedi immediately
ately immediately following the Panorama
show.
Military personnel who can use
the courses for f o r m a 1 high
school .credit are urged to enroll
in them through USAFI, (U n i t e d
States Armed Forces Institute)..
Enrollment can be accomplished
through any education center.
Il'e courses follow the -written
curses uf instruction almost ex exactly
actly exactly and viewers will be able to
follow both the ? written: lesson
plans and programs on the air.
Telecourse outlines for the three
courses being offered as well; as
an important information s h e e t
Ur students taking a USAFI
course cuppJemented by filmed
lectures will be handed out at
time of enrollment. At the end' of
the courses, those enrolled in the
USAFI courses will be eligible to
take the end-of-course tests,- the
nassiug" of which may he accept accepted
ed accepted for high school credit. .
v CFN program personnel are con
vinced that the viewing audience
will be impressed with the three
courses even though .they are. not
individually taking the courses, v
Tho innovation of formal edu education
cation education on television marks a big
stop forward for the A r m e d
Forces folevloion station. The
station has the mission of pro providing
viding providing new, information, educa education
tion education and entertainment for mlli-'
tary personnel. The? establish establish-mot,
mot, establish-mot, ef! tho special television
films' rnsde by outstanding civi civilian
lian civilian educational institutions,
makes oosiblo ol professional
moans of accomplishing the edu

Sacked Opposing; Chiefs

the Union Army only two days De
forei the' battle began." Montgom
forei the' battle began," Montgom
ery iaid.f T think that snowed It-
self in the battle. He wasn't pry
sure of mm sen.' j n
,The President wagged nls hesd
ind remihded ; Montgomery that
Meade was 48 and Lee was, 55
when they opposed each, other
here, in; July v 1863. ; : yf y..
' J'l brinsT this uo." said the' 66
year-old President, "because
times have' changed on nhe con
cent uf a te in the military, when
I took command in Europe.' I was
older than most of the command commanding
ing commanding generals of the Civil War."
Tht two generals -then climbed
trie rocky sides of Little Round
lop Hill where Union artillery
ripped into the Confederates on
the hecona flay oi ue utanic
battle. :
-'V; .-
" i Stuart At Fault ; ,:; j
Tugging at his brown hat, Els
enhower told Montgomery ha be-.
leved MaJ. Gen. J. E. B. Stuart,
the- Confederate cavalry, com
mander, "let Lee down"
"What beat Stuart was his, love
ol headlines." the President said,
commenting on Muart s love ot
the-dramatic maneuver. Stuart's

THE COLD RUSH";

CHARLES CHAPLIN as a pathetic newcomer stror stror-'
' stror-' gtlng along with hundreds ef ethers la search ef gold tn
A Ink a, pies the Charles Chaplin with the fenny walk, the
odd clothes and the bewildered expression keynote the rem remedy
edy remedy and pathos that are enrveled In th ep-to-dat rin
ef -The Geld Rush," OPENING ON THURSDAY lt AT THE
LUX. Chaplin himself has added sound, mocie and dia dialogue
logue dialogue to the film. Starring also with Chaplin. Goria Rale,
Mack Swalna, Tom Murray and Malcolm n M site.

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cation portion of
mission,,
the7ftfon's
- The courses were selected deli deliberately
berately deliberately by the Department of Defense-
as- being those -most needed
by military personnel as well as
bcine those most mterpstinc tn tho
public at large.
. t I r J ; ..
The three telecourses were pro produced,
duced, produced, for the, Department of De Defense,
fense, Defense, Office of Armed Forces In Information
formation Information and Education, by WK-AB-TV
, at Michigan State Univer-
sity nd WQED-TV 'in Pittsburgh
in cooperation with the army pic pictorial;
torial; pictorial; services, division, office
chief signal officer, K ;
: The comparable USAFI 'courses
USAFI 104; Beginning Algebra I,
USAFI 164 .'and, American History
1 200a ,V i(j V -F- V v(
; Love ot first sight moy be oil
right if the rlgKt one happens to
; be In sight, r
JL
- avairy was supposeo m iwjbw
- ithe rear of the .Union lines at the
time of .Pickett's -infantry charge,.
but Stuart was intercepted by two
Union brigades and had to: with
draw. :'" '''5 i "-
. Both men agreed that ee made
a big error in; ordering. Pickett'i
15,000 men -to charge across open'
fields in the face- of Union cannon
firing double-cannister loads, each
Af i nfkik -M..finAH -OS What taarl
bills. .';..:'-,, -v i :;::
"Minofnuia aimnlv mftnatrniis."
lUUUOUUUOl amwj au wvw
mr. aiH m n at rv
neaUi the statuft of Lee fon Semi Semi-nnry
nnry Semi-nnry Ridce not Ut from the is
enhower farm house.
'U7koJ ke ArtSum tilAflI frtAe
11CIU9 All irC'ci' wiivav ov"
President said, .rrhe man (Lee
must have gotten so mad that he
wanted to h:t that guy (Meade) us
the hesd with a brick.",. I
Mongomery, consulting a map.'
and asking questions of the Presi-
dr-nt every few feet. : said be
thought in admitted hindsight that
Meade should have "thrown a
rik?ht hook" around Little Round
Top-He said the Union, army sis -rasde
a mistake, In not .destroying
Le's army ss it pulled out of t
Gettysburg and headed South ai-

t General ;

r-sss to the edge of the monu monument,
ment, monument, "Meade had the command ef

a era v a few. secrets to get the
torned home from the golf db.
right peopte." --v-
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! MADRID, May 13 (UP) Ousted ex-President Gus Gus-t;tavo
t;tavo Gus-t;tavo Rojosa Pinilla flew here from Bermuda today to
;' begin life as a political refugee in the country which tra tra-'
' tra-' ditionally harbors Colombia's cast-off politcians.
: Ex-President Laureano Gomez, who has snent most

1 f his time in Spain since

; in 1953, was reported packing his bags and preparing to

return nume.
; Itojas, .Who followed the- Gomer
! tout into axil Friday, flew here
' ib a cnanerea plane wun u reia reia-I
I reia-I fcves and1 close associates. The
party traveled with more than 200
. piece! of luggage, including a doz doz-.
. doz-. en closely guarded ittiner
,. trunxs.- -f
' Unconfirmed reports said he de
' cided to come here only after he
had been refused asylum in the
United States.;
, In Bermuda yesterday, the
President told newsmen that he
"left Colombia a bankrupt, with
; bassets of only $12,134 to meet
dbts totalling about $142,500.
J 5 He said he resigned voluntarily
" end fled Colombia because "I did
J Jot want to fight the church.' Ro-
in an i. ainouc jeaaers naa aenoum.-
.d him as a "murderer."
' "The treat' majority of N ,the
priests, and the- people were with
me," he said. "I decided to Teave
. because I did not want to kill
priests and workers. I gave spe-
i j Roias said he does not k now
tow long he wil) remain in Spain.
TODAY! JS- .40
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A Musterpiec of Suspense 1
Out of fear,
the fled
from him .
Out of
fascination,
she clung
him!
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BARRY SULLIVAN
FRANK LOVE JOY
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Madrid

Kolas ousted and exiled him
He hopes eventually to return to
lUlU.n!DlB.
A member ef the ex-P r s I I-denf's
denf's I-denf's party said Rofas himself
picked the five man military
lunta which succeeded him. He
said the mission of the funta
is merely to "keep the chair
warm", until Roias is ready to
leturn perhaps in a matter of
months.
He said police Gunfire killed an
estimated 150 persons in Bogota
Friday when angry crowds learn learned
ed learned that the junta was made up
entirely of Rojas' aides.
The guy who doesn't know the
weoniig of feor probably doesn't
know the meanings of o lot of;
other words either.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 1 a.m. today,
is prepared) by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydregraphic Branch
of .the Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Crist6bal
Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURfi
Hi(h 82 89
Low 74 75
HUMIDITY:
Hlfh 93 88
Low 76 1
WIND:
(max, mph) E-7 N-13
RAIN (Inches) .91 .02
WAT BR TEMP.:
(inner harbors) 79 14
TUESDAY, MAY 14
HIGH LOW
3:50 a.m. 9:58 a.m.
4:04 p,m. 10:24 p.m.

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LT. COL. C. R. BNDERDAHL (left), commanding officer,' 1st
Battalion, 20th Infantry Regiment, and Capt. Rudolph Jantz
(center) company 1 commander, Company D, 20th Infantry
congratulate SFC William Baillargeon (right), cf Company D,
upon the completion of the Madden Wye Chapel, Baillargeon
and several men from the Company D detachment, while on
duty In the Madden Wye area, built the chapel with salvage
lumber and screens because there was no convenient chape
nearby for worship. (U.S. Army Pboto) ;
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Kobbe Soldiers, People of Panama
Cooperate To Build Jungle Chapel

"Build me a jungle shelter
there will I worship as I choose."!
Tk... .nrlf, nf W H. HUSOD Were
n.upr mnr eraDhicallv illustrated
than with the completion last week
of a Jungle cnapei; a snrme uum
ccooeraUvelv by men ot tne luin
Infantry Regiment at Fort Kobbe
and the people of the Republic of
Panama
It beean simple. A small detach
ment of men from Company D
ttratrA gm Hutv in an isolated area
near Madden Wye and unable to
attend services at any oi me posis
nn th isthmus. The mess nau,
th hurncks. and even the motor
pool were were used as impromptr.
places oi worsmp.
But 1st L. Jerome naK
onv reconnaissance ouicw, uu
iAm whv nnt build, simple
ih..,,0h it mipht be. a cnapei oi
their own, SFC William Bauiar Bauiar-geon,
geon, Bauiar-geon, Pfc. Leo Lavoei, Pvt. Buddy
Greathouse and Pvt. Hermon Hous Houston
ton Houston concurred. Greathouse's very
rme was an encouragement. Sgt.
BaifUrgeon took charge of the
construction. ...
Thoro was little hop for lum-
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THE TERRIFIC
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bar, though, and tho plans hit a
snag. Word of tha shortage
roachad mambars of a nearby
Panamanian community. They
war quick to respond. Up tho
road came a group one morning,
bear'ng lumber. The chapel be became
came became a reality.
On Sunday, April 28, the first
services were held. Inside the
chapel with its roof of palm
fronds, its salvage screens and
lumber under a small white
cross, Fort K o b b e's chaplains,
Father Pennies Murphy and Capt
Thomas McMinn, presided at ; an
informal dedication and conducted
Catholic and Protestant services,
The length of time it took' to
build the chapel The work-was
finished in five days. But to the
men who built it, and to those
who contributed, its value as a
house of divine worship' is far
greater than- many large cathe
drals a lifetime in the building
Sgt Baillargeon and the other
men who helped build the chapel
will be seen on CFN Television to
morrow afternoon at 3:15 v along
wuu special mm oi me Madden
wjrt cnapei.. .... v :;
US Embassy Protests
Travel Reslriciions
On Yanks In Russia
I MOSCOW-; May .13 (UP) The
U.S. Embassy formally protested
j to the Soviet Government today a a-!
! a-! gainst excessive travel restrictions
inposea on Amencans visiuig itus-
ltia.. -
I In today's note. United States
said "it is .evident that the res restrictions
trictions restrictions imposed in the- Soviet
notes of June and November, 1953,
are being exceeded and in effect
result in fai more severe limita limitations
tions limitations upon travel of American per personnel
sonnel personnel than-indicated in these of official
ficial official communications of the (Sov (Soviet
iet (Soviet Foreign) Ministry."
The United States claimed that
on more than 35 occasions- since
July l, 13St, American Embassy
odicers 'nave been barred from a a-ras
ras a-ras of Russia which were sup supposed
posed supposed to be open to travel by, for for-e'gners.
e'gners. for-e'gners. In these cases, the
note said, the U.S. personnel were
told the areas were temporarily,
cosed, were denied travel facili facilities,
ties, facilities, or were barred "by other
Deans.' -
.In contrart, the State Depart Department
ment Department sak that oa only two oc occasions
casions occasions since July, 19S. open a a-reaa
reaa a-reaa of the United States were de de-fared
fared de-fared temporarily closed. It said
that on both of these occasions the
action was taken after "the incep inception
tion inception of extraordinarily stringent
restrictions on the travel of lor lor-e'rners
e'rners lor-e'rners u. the Soviet Union in

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Answers Given By BHS Student To Legion Questionnaire
Witt -'Be Deciding Factor In Planning For Teen Age Club

A new organization may soon
appear on the scene according to
reports received. For the first
time on the Pacific side a separ separate
ate separate organization composed solely
of the youneer residents Is beins
proposed.
xi au goes well tne organiza organization
tion organization should wind up with Its
own Club including facilities
complete with dance hall, soda
fountain, juke box, games, pins;
pong, etc; So far, a group of the
Balboa High School students
have obtained the backing of
the American Legion and the
tentative approval of the Gov Governors
ernors Governors Recreational Commit
tee. s
At an assembly of all the stu students
dents students of Balboa High School last
weex a representative or the
Governors committee stated that
"the establishment of ; a Teen
Age Club to be operated by and
lor its membership would De a
very desirable addition to the
Canal Zone's recreational facili
ties and should be given the full
est support possible under preS
ent reeualtlons." A representa
tive of the American Leeion stat
ed mac "this organization woum
give an possible hem proviaea
we find sufficient Interest in the
youth of the community itself."
Both representatives, nowever,
made it plain mat tnis organiza
tion would be a product of the
younger residents. : ;
The preliminary plans propose
that the Club be a separate and
distinct organization run and or
ganized by i the teen-agers in
much the same way as otner ci civic
vic civic organizations operating in
the Canal Zone, it Is also plan
ned to obtain the backing' of all
other organizations on an equal
basis In Order to get the new
club on its ieet.
' A spokesman for the Ameri American
can American Legion said that "they had
bad full cooperation in their
efforts to date and felt that
The Panama Canal would sup support
port support the program as far as
possible as long as they in turn
could be sure that the youth of
the community was willing and
Interested in such an organisa organisation.'?
tion.'? organisation.'? Todav Questionnaires are belng
dlstrlbuted to all the students of
Balboa School to find out exact-
y what type of facilities (if any)
they are interested in. The ques questionnaire
tionnaire questionnaire includes such questions
1; Are you In .favor of a club?
2. Where should the club be?
British Desire To
Trade With China
May Bring Switch
LONDON. Mav. 13 (UP)
British anxiety to trade with Red
China will be illustrated shortly by
the replacement- of her political-
specialist charge d'affaires in Pel Pel-ping
ping Pel-ping with an economic expert, di-j
plomatic sources said nere tooay.
' Thev said Con O'Neill will be re
placed bv Archibald Duncan Wil
son, director oi reseracn at tne
Foreign Office. ; M ; :
political specialist appointed at a
tricky stage in British Chiha re
lations. Wilson was concentrated
on economic, studies both in his
present post and while previously
working for the Control Commis Commission
sion Commission in Germany.
."The switch indicates that eco economic
nomic economic rather than political factors
will govern the next stage of Anglol
Chinese relations," tne sources
said. :.; .' ) ..';.''-::..-' -,. x x-Trade
Trade x-Trade with China was one of the
main points discussed at the ; re
cent Bermuda Conference.
Memorial Services ;
For Rexford Ray
Set For Wednesday
Memorial services "will be held
at 9' a.m. Wednesday at the Gat Gat-un
un Gat-un Union- Church for Rexford
R. Ray, guard supervisor at Gat Gat-un
un Gat-un Locks who died Friday at Co Coco
co Coco Solo Hospital.-
Burial wil' take place later at
the Arlington National, Cemetery
in Washington, D.C.
' Mr Ray, 53, was born in Gra
ham. North Carolina, and was a
veteran of more than 25 years of
Armv service. He joined the Canal
o-ganiration in 148 aa( a -lack
He is survived by his wife, of
Gatun.
Tomorrov
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two great pictures for the pleasure
?-i of their patrons.

3. What facilities should the
club Include?
4. Would you take a Job In the
club as a paid employe? ;V"
5. Would you like to help or-

BjasjsBaasi)kMHs

GROUND BROKEN Jose A. Sosa, divisional manager of the
a pick during the, ground breaking ceremony at the site of a
tncr.tn Rin Abalo this morning. Standing at rieht is Thomas

general manager of the company, who presided over tha ceremony. Looking on are other ofr

ficials of the company.
FyL Officials
Break Ground
For New Plant
Construction' of another mod
ern telephone exchange building
was started today in Rio Abajo,
by the Compafiia Panamefia de
Fuerza y Xiw. i H'- V
Thomas iSt ogiesoy, vice presi president
dent president and general manager of the
company, assisted by Jose A. So
sa, divisional manager, ana out
er officials of the company,
pre
sided over the around-breaking
pummoiir thia mornina".-'-.. 1
The Louis Maruna; company
will construct the. building;.
Scheduled for completion In
July 1958, the new building will
contain modern automatic tele telephone
phone telephone equipment for increasing
telephone service facilities in
Rio Abajo, Parque Lefevre, Vista
Hermosa, PueDio Nuevo ana mi mi-raf
raf mi-raf lores. .'"v .:p ''!? 4 C
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Long-Range Missile
Operational Future
Far Off SymiaTgton
WASHINGTON, May IS (UP)
Son. v Stuar Symington (D-Mo)
sa'd today it will be vmany
years' before the United .States
has 'operational missiles of great
er range man tne world war u
German models. ; :.
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Symington. a member of the
Senate Armed Services Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, said .the public seems to be
"very much misinformed about
the progress in this field.
He said thet lme when long and
intermediate range ballistic mis missiles
siles missiles become operational will be
"considerably later" than is gen generally
erally generally belieyed. i :
Symington made' the comment
on the ABC-TV program "College
News Conference" when asked
kabout Britain's plan to reduce;
mannower and olace : more reu-
a'.ce on new. weapons. He said
he thought Britain would have
less strength as a result.
In sayinj operational missiles
were "many year s away,
Symington made clear, he was
talking : about actual production
and not merely development of
s:ich weapons.
He said the united Mates nas
o e missile tne neastone in
operation that is comparable in
range to tne oerman vz, or aDoui
175 to 200 miles. Those of longer
range still are in the development
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ganize the club?
As pointed out by the Amerl-
can Legion's spokesman at the
Balboa High School assembly last
week. The answers will judge

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Rebs Rain Terror, I
Death Over Algeria'
In Weekend Raiding
ALGERIA, May 13 UP) Reb
els spread death and terror all a-
cross Algeria ? over-" the -weekend,
killing women and children, raid
ing farms and catching a unit of
French soldiers in the -biggest am ambush
bush ambush since fighting broke out 31
months ago,
u v r t h r
: The toll: 35 Infantrymen dead
and 27 wounded in an ambush
sprung by a 200 man rebel band.
plua 19 dead and 14 wounded in a
rash of taids against farms, towns
and isolated outposu. t'v ; ;
.M,'h ,11iLArlti,. loim.j mnr.
than 190 rebels were slain-in the
past 48 hours. ,

LAST
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DONT FAIL TO SEE IT
MOTION PICTURE

tfroii'M'sfireatoty! 'ifegiffl
. PAMMOUNT PRESUm ' J t I

1 AUDREY HENRY MEL l.)r:- 1

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. ""War and Peace' classic film achievement...' A nota nota-.
. nota-. We motion picture which can take its place la the film Hall
: of Fame."
-. -, Dick Williams, LOS ANGELES MIRROR NEWS.
Takes a place among the greatest motion pictures
ever made... Vastly engrossing... Fascinating all the
way." ... r '
- Sherwin Kane, OTIOX PICTURE DAILY.
, "Film epic overwhelms... A monumental motion pic picture
ture picture production A true epic worthy of classic distinc distinction
tion distinction with such all-time favorites as 'Birth of a Nation' and
Gone With The Wind.'.. War and Peace' Is tremend tremend-of
of tremend-of spectacnlar, but It has the great asset of story and at attendant
tendant attendant characters and thereupon emerges en ail counts,
as one of the great motion pictures of ail time."
Lowell E. RedeUngs, LOS ANGELES CITIZEN NEWS.
War and Peace emerges in epic proportions... An
almost overwhelming screen experience... Made on a rale
never before equalled on the screen... The series ef per personal
sonal personal dramas, thanks to sensitive performances, especially
by Audrey Hepburn, have been vitalised U s derree that
they are not dwarfed by the spectacle. Strength of the
film lie in the fact that it love stories are enrrossing
enoarn to stand eaaal to Hs Twt aele.".
Harrison Carroll. LOS ANGELES HERALD-EXFRESS.

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Fuerza y Luz Company, wields
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E. Oelesbv. vlen
Nameless Ccrozal
Street Featured :
During Court Case
4iThe fact that certain street Is
the Corozal ordnance area havi
neither numbers nor names wai
brought out today in Balbosf Mag.
istrate's Court. ..; ,' W t
' It concerned the case of DariJ
Gomer charged with passing i
stop sign.
The Panamanian defendant wai
detained: by 'MPs for passing i
stop sign eiirTy this morning. A Ca Ca-al.
al. Ca-al. Zone officer, in describing th
case to the judge noted ihat h
could not give the name or numbei
of the street where the incident
occurred because in that section
the street are nameless ,:
- Gomez; who pleaded guilty, wai
fined $5. i
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YOU'LL SAY IT'S THE
OF THE CENTURY!
Shows:
Featore:
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1:15- 4:25 -g:3l p.m.
will not be shewn in an other
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whether or not a teen age cl'ul
will be formed.
Results from the poll should b
available by the end' ofth

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