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PANAMA, R,. P.," TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1957
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Panama's Veep No. 1 Bares
Big Break With Ernesfito
A seething political crisis within he Variks of -the
National Patriotic Coalition (CPN) came out jnto thepen
yesterday, J 1
Several directors' of thenational board of the CPN,
including Second Vice President Heraclio' Barletta, Issued
individual statements last night'in support of .President
Ernesto de la.Cuardia Jr., immediately following a mani
festo issued by First Vice President Temistocles Diaz an-
. "nal hroak" with thn President. .' ."
ivuiiuuii a .. fcw
The individual s t a t ements
from Barletta; A s s e mblymen
Manuel K. Arias, Alfredo Ale Ale-man
man Ale-man Jr. and others defended
President de la Guardla against
Diaz' charges that the President
was trying to destroy the great-,
est political achievement of the
late president Remon: the Na National
tional National Patriotic Coalition.,,
The defenders of the President
Agreed that he was conducting
the administration "according
to the dictates of the CPN" and
lor the "benefit of the Panama
nian community." ,
v ; Dial' manifesto, In which he
said he had. the support .of
promwent members of the
CPN, emphasized that his
break was only with the Presi President
dent President and should not be inters
'preted as a break wt ne
He said the leaders of the dis dissident
sident dissident factions .(Liberal Doctrj Doctrj-nario,
nario, Doctrj-nario, Union Popular and Parti Parti-do
do Parti-do Revolucionario Autentlco) are
agreed that ai party congress
should be called to take "deci "decisive
sive "decisive action" against those' who
are leading the country into "in "internal
ternal "internal and international, loss :,of
prestige." ., ,-i;pf'A
The open break between Dias
and the President and the fact a
that the former has not re resigned
signed resigned from hs position as
vice presidi-fit of the party
brought sp -illation -that the
present poi.ical skirmish will
be conf inert to a battle within
' the party f ..- government po
sitions a 'il n. "rial losis.
Although' none of the dissident
factions were mentioned oy name
- in Kiaz' manifesto, it is knowu
that the announcement of the
break was the result of a series
'of meetings held by representa representatives
tives representatives of the three factions dur during
ing during the past "several weeks. '.
One of these groups, the PR A,
has summoned its members to
' an urgent meeting tonight In the
offices of Jose Ramon Guizado
jr to discuss "the grave politi political
cal political situation" which the country
is going through,' : v j
L...1 VCi.iiiiMiiilf ;
jP:r!:y Tcn:orrow i
lbs vai:d As:nd3
A report on proposed improve improvements
ments improvements t the stairs leading to and
-from Hideaway Beach will., be
made t the Latin American com community
munity community conference which will be
heW t the Santa Cm Service
Center tomorrow-starting .at ,4:30
p-m- ,: ;.:
t of. other items also
"... nn thn rndA for the meeting
which will be attended by Gov.
W. E. Potter and Civic Council of1
" Further considerstion w i 1 1 1 be
jiven at the meeting to installing
electric hot water heaters and ad-
-lustaolf louvres in Rainbow City
iaarteii a matter thatwas dis discussed
cussed discussed .t length at the last meet-
L tog of the Governor and the Civic
, council officers. ; ; .,
; Al?o on the sgenrJa for further
orside'tion will be the method
of com rutin a electric bills for in in-dividml
dividml in-dividml quarters,. and a request
for a bus shelter on Randolph
Road in Rainbow City adjacent to
, the First Aid Station.
. Public Frowns On
Dulles' Ban On.
'WASHINGTON, May 14 (UP
V.zil received cy Secretary of
State John Foster Dulies is mn
rung better lhan 3-to-l against his
ban w travel ty U.S. newsmen
to Red China, it was disclosed
Pl1 has received about 'Pottaeo patherea black-vei-ed
k-i'er. -o th- is-sue nre March ind U arful here today to say
atamst r-ernnliir f Brn-si.ien to
( ,,r,r rt ia.to.'.-jTi.urnit Ci.'.na
TV( rT are typical
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I ke Wa iyes Respons i bi ity
If Missile Funds Slashed
WASHINGTON. Mav 14 (UP)
President Eisenhower told Re
publican legislative leaders to
day he "would not want to1, as
sume responsiDiniy ior' me se
curity i of the country" if Con
gress cuts iunas ior missnes ana
The President made this ob
servation, fft- his regular weekly
White House meeting with GOP
House Republican leader. J o-
seDh W. .Martin. Jr. told news-
men alter the 9U-minute meeting
that: the president expressed a a-larm
larm a-larm at reDort 5 that s a House
Military Appropriations subopmi
mittee has made cuts in the De
fense Department's missiles and
aircraft program. v
, .:,-.;.;. ;v I&;:t-:AY,
; tisenhowei wilHry t enlist
.public support for his whole
$71,800,006,000 budget in a na
t ion wide TV-radio speech to tonight.
night. tonight. It will be carried. Mve
over four radio and one TV
(NBC) networks at 9 p.m.,' and
by film over two other TV net
works (CBS and ABC) at 11:15
p.m. '; v..-. vr.'Uv":
Martin said the President ex-
pre sed' himself at today's mee-
n)r stronRiy against any cuts, m
Uie missiles-airerait '' program.
Martin quoted him as saying he
"wold not want to- assume re
spohsibility f or the security'; of
the country". IX such cuts are
Senate Republican leader Wll-
lian p. Know! and said he agreed
completely with the President on
this subject. 1 Knowland called
the missiles and aircraft ; pro
gram "our greatest guarantee or
peace." He said aggressors start
ed World War II and the Korean
conflict because "they thought
we werfcytpo weak to strike
DacK. -; a ; h-
"As lonor as the' Communists
maintain their strons military
position," Knowland said. : "This
THE PRESIDENTS TEAM President Eisenhower is pictured In Washington with members of.
his cabinet for the first time since July, 1955. Clockwise around table are: Deputy ftant.
Wilton Persons; Ambassador to the United Nations Henry Cabot Lodge; Interior Secretary
Fred Seaton; Treasury Secretary George Humphrey; Vice President Nlxort; Attorney General.
Herbert Brownell; Commerce Secretary Sipclair Weeks; Health, Education and Welfare Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Marlon Foisom; Civile Defense Administrator Val Peterson; Budget Wrector Perxlcal
Brundaee-befense Mobilizer Gordon Gray; Labor Secretary James Mitchell;-Postmaster Gen General
eral General Arthu- Summerfleld; SUte Secretary John Foster Dulles: President Eisenhower; Defense
Secretary vrles Wilson; Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Benson; Maxwell Rabb, secretary
of the cab. -t; and Presidential Assistant Sherman Adams. ' ':
Mother, Sister, Esirange d Wifer Film
n il Snnrismnn Killed In lialv's
14 (UPt The lour women in
, : j disaster.
O-e as actress Linda Chris-t
v Lo esve tr.e la-yeard-oid
A" m V,:r.an his last kiss.!
t" ,'-Trr,"r Carol Mc- "Mille Miplia" (thousand mlle mlle-rt
rt mlle-rt rhit',ftr.n. S C..' race were expected to end hlch-i
A, an tic to be at
CL'sy, Busy, Busy
possible peacetime record
was set in the -Panama Canal
yesterday as 33 ships transit --
ed the waterway, ; '
'j Official figures were not J
available at noon today, but
waterfront sources expressed
belief that not since World
War II -have so many vessels
transited in a single day,
. In addition to the 33 ships
recorded, five -small, local,
(o,mmt rcial craft passed
through the Canal. .
' There were 30 lockages a(
Gatun and 31 at Miraflores
and Pedro Miguel.
Is not. the time for the United
otttics or me iree world to weak
en its defenses."
4i:ifJuIy Pkns :
Cell For Parsde, :,
Tentative plans call for-the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific sUe Canal Zone Fourth of Ju July1
ly1 July1 celebration to begin at 7:30
a.m. with a flag raising ceremony
in front of the Balbos Service Cen
This will be followed by a .pa .parade
rade .parade starting at the Lawrence
Johnson place which will follow
the route of past years down Bar Bar-nebyi
nebyi Bar-nebyi Street turning right at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Road to Roosevelt AVenue,
turninp right again and then rs rs-banding.
banding. rs-banding. Before the parade stai's,
childroo will get the traditional
Fourth of ijul". favors, at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa gymnasium. v
Because of Uie many other t va varied
ried varied aevltier planned during the
dayr. which will be climaxed by a
Sosa Hill fireworks d i s p 1 a y at
night a specia1 sub-committee was
namel 'ast night to plan the scope
and timing 'Of the dav's activities..
.' Boy in'! Ci-I S!jUi lai -me
oarticipating and f will dovetail
their activities to coincide with
those of the activities day sub subcommittee.
committee. subcommittee. 'Among the Boys-Girls
St'ite tentative plans are a sreet
darce track meet and perhaps the
election 'of.a '"Q utt n,?k& the
Fomtn ' ';'-": ',
The special Independence- Day
of reoresenUtives of various ci civic,
vic, civic, fraternal and military organi organizations,
zations, organizations, hopes to sell at least 2,000
tickets to the special fund-raising
dance which will be held at the
Fort J Amador American Legion
clubhoJse June 29. The committee,
which has endorsed various i fund-
raising devices, needs at least
$3,000 to finance, the day-long cele-
his side In death.
Tbey Joined De rorxaros
mother, the English-born Mar Mar-eioness
eioness Mar-eioness Olga Martin Montis,
and his sister, Marchioness
Sold Ie Maralalija (or funeral
ritas ia thk viiiare v. here Ue
! Fortara aied Siiiuny in a reaa
racing disaster that claimed
De porta so's. crash and two;
way racing forever ia Italy.
i BRIEF AIRING Gambler Trank Costello Is escorted by De-;
nartment of Correction officers lit New York as he leaves the
Tombs Prison for Rlkers Island workhouse to serve a 30-day
-jail term for contempt of court. The sentence was Imposed
" after Costello twic refused to answer a New York County t
Grand Jury's questions about : the shooting attempt on nls
- life ay 2. ' '
42-man Crew, of Russian Freighter
Denied Shcire Leave at CristcfaaK
--Thp 1 rmn crov of the Russian freighter' PTt'jch a. 0vHy
The order was issued by Panama Canal Marine Director
Warner S. Rodiman. According to waterfrontr sources this .type
of restriction applies only to Russian hips -. v
- Jill uuini"i - r " j f
cams the .first Russian ship to come alongside at Cristobal since
1946. .i t.d W&?rH i:.Zij&:"$' Aii'rrM ni'-f ""''' )''' ".'"'
t-'J")?--t-'" ';:-';' yl 'V 'h (, f.t t-.y t
fnr n-i50 tons of1 fuel .-'Her transit today; was the
In rinrkinr at i;riSooi
onx woTpV- v --i.!':
Tpermission Ior':' thenpanamallreightr thU, year. !;
Canal to supply her with fooa:
tee was eiven in Wash
ington following a request b? the
Russian gpvernmeni A, ; ,
The" Peter Tchaikovsky is the
fnurth Riissiftn freighter to tran
sit the Canal this year carrying
sugar from Cuba to Russian ra
clfic coast ports.
y -- -
But the controversy over the
fnrnttn tii ft
ernoon when villagers in Guldiz-tto Ouldizzolo. She left them in The women who loved De Por Por-oio
oio Por-oio assembled to burv their dead Parts, the last stopover on ber,tago had no comment for news-
tbe nine spectators who died
alone with De Portao and his)
Ameilcan co-driver, iaule Nei Nei-son,
son, Nei-son, ct Belolt, Wis.
Also foroftten were tha
strains of broken romances as
the Ameriran-born MariHl,
long estranf ed from Ir Porta Porta-ga,
ga, Porta-ga, joined Mi Christian,
whom he hi hoped ta marry.
la aoini"! th death.
iHun,,wir j cm j
sixth transit, by., a .Russian
. ine usual vcun 01 aiuioa ma,'
rlnes rode throueh on her.
. The Peter Tchaikovsky reach reached
ed reached Cristobal at 1:35 p.m: yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, docked at 4 p.m. and began
ner transit. at e:o a.m,.ioaay,
Dicky Ariaslo Gel
i KANSAS CITY, Ma; May 14 ';
(UP) 1- Rlcardo Manuel Arias,
Lformer President of Panama and
now that country's ambassador
to. the United States, swill re
ceive an honorary degree today
Irpm Rockhurst' college nere.
Arias also was scheduled to
participate In cornerstone lay-
lins- ceremonies for a new stu
dent residence, nail at tne college-and
to address. "Rock "Rockhurst
hurst "Rockhurst Day" dinner here tonight,
On his' arrival last night. A-
rias was' greeted by the Very
Rev. Maurice B. Van Acketen,
oresident Of the -college, J. E
Dunn, president of the Kansas
Cltv Assoclauon ior interna
tlonal Trade and Relations; and
Francis' J., Fitzpatrick, lormer
nresldent of the -chamber of
commerce who was stationed in
Panama while a colonel in the
Army Engineers. ;
Arias reiterated on his trrival
here that his country has no
desire for internationalization of
the Panama Canatv 1
. It would rather deal with the
United States, he said, than with
any international group, v
The Marquise did not bring!
1 her two voun children with htn
flight to Milan from New York,
Police kept reporters and bho-
tosraihers at a distance as the
weep.i-g v.1fe arrived at Milan's,
airport. Che was rushed with
minin m of formality tv car to;
th ape where her husband
died in r.'.s flame-red Ferrari,
Pe ferur.'s wife was 1"
Ifp'H moornlnf. She wrt a
black tailored salt, thick
'INSTALLATION of a plant for
the manufacture of petroleum
products In the proximity of the
Colon Free Zone continued to be
discussed In the local press -today.
The latest publication regard regard-imr
imr regard-imr the installation of Petroqui-
mica, S.A., is a communique
from the Free Zone's board of
directors ; announcing that they
would abide' by whatever deci
sion is arrived at. by the govern
ment regarding the, petroleum
- They emphasised, however,
' that the option giving Petro Petro-'quimica
'quimica Petro-'quimica the right to occupy an
area near the Free Zone for
the rental of $1 per year is no
longer effective and thaa new
agreement would have to be
reached regarding the conces concession
sion concession and the rental.
Another comment by La Ho-
ra's colon correspondent said
the efforts of Dr. Joaauln F.
Franco; Jr., president of the
Free Zone's board now on tour
visiting European industrialists,
would be useless if Petroquimica
is allowed to occupy 25 of the 38
hectares now available.
The correspondent said If any
of the European firms visited by by-Franco
Franco by-Franco decide to establish a dls7
tribution center ; ia. the Free
Zone they would not be able to
be accommodated. Furthermore
European industrialists might
not like" the idea of installing
their warehouses In the proxi proximity
mity proximity of an oil refinery, f
Colon Gov. Jose Maria GonV
sales has denied ever ordering
th arrest of any member of
the Atlantic side mining firm,
Merimaa, SA.-. t::''!-,'.; V. j4
troversy over' property, limits in
favor of the Rosario- mining cor
poration and he- supposed that
during, thecarrvina out by-the
National Guard of the provisions
of, his resolution on the matter
an arrest had been made be be-ranse
ranse be-ranse nf the challenging attl-
tude adopted by Merlmax' rep-
To Close Friday ;
The Canal Zone observatory at
Miraflores, which has been open
to the public each Friday and
Monday night during the dry setw
son months, will be closed after.
Friday, it will reopen in January
of next year.;;- ,..', ;
v.;--, v 4 i
During the past four months,
it is estimated that approximate approximately
ly approximately 1,200 persons visited the ob observatory.
servatory. observatory. They Included school
children, civic groups, boy scouts
and the general public '".'.
The observatory is run under'
the auspices of the Canal Zone
Division of Schools, and on
nights when it, is open to the
public, lectures were given by- J.
W. Seaquist, science teacher at
Balboa High School, and B. J.
Brown, of the Engineering Divi Division.
sion. Division. :- "' '-
Stripper In Court
Decides Judge Qn
WARSAW.' May 14 (UP) A
confused Judge hastily adjourned
a trial todsy when confronted
with a bar act.
A woman charged with robbing
drunks in a ar suddenly stripped
off her clothing to show she was
"an honest firL" Police said the
woman. Jaruna. Tysiko, ( 44, also.
did srf Impromptu strip while in
pnvm awaiting trial. t
The hidge said he 'ctuld-not
figure out wnat removing clothing
bad to do with tbe case and
adjourned it until Thursday.
' i 1
black veil which entirely tw
ber (ar and dark glasaes.
men when they arrived here.
But earlier. Mlsn Christian told
reporters that ahe begged De'
Porta s a cot to compete
dar ierous MJie M.gua.
"lie said he would not qultrac-
lne ur.tU he tot to be world
ichamcin," Ms ChrisUan said.
l"He to.d me not even Lne woria
grett, love could make him giveiroreign
If', - f.'i I t 'V f '5-
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. JERUSALEM, Israel, May 14 (UP) An Israeli "test
ship" will enter the Suez Canal "in the near future' for
eign ministry spokesman Moshe Leshem said today,
chartered Danish ship "Jens Toft' presently on its way te
ready on its way or would sail within one week. -i
v He declined to comment on reports that the Israeli Israeli-chartered
chartered Israeli-chartered Danish ship "ens Toft' presently on its way, to
Haifa via the Cape, would be diverted through the Canal,
out made it clear that Israel intends to test President
Nasser's blockade of Israel.' -,'
v If Egypt seizes the ship or its cargo, Israel is ex expected
pected expected to launch a diplomatic offensive in the hope that
Britain; France and other Western European nations will
Israel 'also expects covert tl
not overt American support.
Officials said Israeli premier
David Ben-Gurion made the po
sition clear in his talks last week)
with U.N. secretary-general Dag
Hammarskjold. and Israel hopes
that Hammarskiold will now at
tempt-to persuade Nasser to re
lax tne Diocaaae.
, Other sources said th.oniy
thine holdinr up the Israeli
i test of Egypt's blockade"
- Freiwlii!t5'ta falll Hu,
v.ith v cr ,J .l time, nations
who have given their shipper
- nermilssion U use the -canal.
Hut. r.aiKs on mis mailer arc
now beiriff comoleted which will
probably enable the Israeli govi
ernment to go aneaa ai any mo
ment," uie sources saio.
Up to a few days ago Israeli
off lciate were not inclined to
send a test ship through the Ca
nal. V -V :'J-
.They felt that as long as some
Of Pilots' Victory
Th recent Court of Claims
miirnr that 'Panama Canal pi
lota are entitled to be paid full
time-and-a-half for.4ravel time
after 40 hours in any, one week
was. mentioned in a Washing Washington
ton Washington newspaper as possibly aJ-lectlhg-
travel time, pay lor all
federal employes in the service.
.1 This was brought out in a re
cent column "The Federal
Diarv", written by1 Washington
legislation expert jerry, k-iuiz.
In quoting uie court 01 wjm
decision he said:
. 'Could the Court of Claims
decision lead to travel time
pay for all federal employes?
William Tyson, former labor,
solicitor handled the case for.
the pilots who stand to get a-'
out $200,00 ta back pay
Th oninmn alga stated:
. "The pilots take ships through
the canal and must travel back
to their homes or stations. The
Army took the position that it
dldn t neea vo pay wwm
"travel time" If it took place
after 40 hours.
"Tn fiirhtine the case, the
Government argued that an at attorney
torney attorney who leaves his office Fri Friday
day Friday after work and travels over
the weekned to be. ready to, do
a Job in a dlsUnt city early
Monday isn't paid for the travel
time. The court rejected the
Government's stfgument. ;
For Tieup With
WASHINOTON. May 14 (UP)
Former FBI agent John Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Frank has been indicted by
a Federal Or and Jury on
charges ot falling to register as
an aeent for Generalissimo It-
faei Trujuio ana me vunuiww
Frank. al-o known as John
in, tnei&ane, a wimim jrijr
two coucia or represeuuu u
Trujillo--regime. Two other
counts charged him with falling
to- register with the Attorney
i,,nu ."u" JVZ.7ZiZZ.At nil .-.en fu
. ft 1 f f
Western users were avoiding the
waterway there was no need for
But the recent meeting of the
15-nation Sue Canal Users
Association (SCTJA) left Franca
as the only maritime nation
holding out against Egypt.
. Britain gave formal permis permission
sion permission to its shippers yesterday
to resume use of the canal. ;
"Israeli authorities, therefore.
fhave now reconsidered the mat
ter m tbe- lieht of rece r t
j.har3es;; an1 'informed '": sour
uomm, i..i. r .-
Mill OUIIU LCL..lkJ
For Panama Ccn:I
The Canal Company has con contracted
tracted contracted for the construction of a
$41,000 launch to be built in
Panama, This la the first vessel
of its type ever to be construct constructed
ed constructed In t&e Republic for the Canal
V A contract lor the building cf
a 40-foot- diesel powered, a 11
welded steel : boarding launch
was negotiated by the Canal
couivtwijr wimi Iiojalateiia ru
ama, a sheet metal companV lo
cated on the : 'Trans-isthmiaa
Highway.. ..,''. ?
According to the specifications,
the launcn will be. 40 feefc-ia
length, will have, a 165 horse
power General Motors Marine
Diesel engine, a speed of 12
knots, aiiu nave a keaung ca capacity
pacity capacity for 25 passangers. v
. The vessel will be used in gen
eral boarding operations by the
oaioea inn, capuun s uuiceuor
the transfer of pilots and oth other
er other personnel and light cargo to
and from ships entering and
leaving Balboa harbor.
LAMPASAS, Texas, May 14
(UP)--Soldiers, national guards,
men and State police steed
guard this town, of 7,700 persona
last night to prevent looting in
the wake of a flash flood.
Most of Texas' treacherous
rivers and creeks were back
within their banks today bun the
cleanup Job In Lampasas ,. had
Just begun. r
Four persons were drowned in
the sheer wall of water that
hurtled from Sulphur Creek and
blasted its way across the town,
and another was missing and
A biasing sun during the latter
part of yesterday dried out rri
of the town. The creek quickly
went back In its banks after dis disgorging
gorging disgorging the deadly flood waters.
-In Dalian, it appeared the
Trintty River would fall Ehort ot
a lioodlng crest and the darner
lessened in lowlands ct the city.
Waco also appeared past t..
danger point as the crest uov-
tng down the Bosque Kjver m a
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LATIN AMERICAN SCHOOLS
...j v- T .fin
:'.! wc aiuuciiKo u -"-"
fed up with the set-up operating unow 'vwhere
..want a good school system 1 1fnSuimE
fwcan obtain a sound ,tJUS!
I JTr,..ti- tn hntn students and teachers. Our teacners wou
rdmlt it openly but we can see that, they also are aura .u
with the whole set up, and especiallywith the t "5L
considerate treatment the school authorities i are out to
ome of them. The whole situation .nSn
IS bv favor. We are Ured ot t and we would, like wmeone
ffi5l us lust what steps we can takeout Ja rmrtn Tom at-
S ffiKK bU his".
i r,iir Vduratlonal progress. About au mai ie r ud ok tne senate" some weeKS oe oe-t
t oe-t Sw Vtlr u lrX Spanish, but we are notable to keep fore he 00 bis pubUe threat
the object at the same tto
ttaie they decided to make
I the time they dee ded mwjijJ aWbaiA
1 sLSSsX WW 1 did -tW whether -we
I colored chUdren learned or not. b d to -yd.
1 establishes a low standard and students dont care ro w
fkAHTMVkJ- - --
i ffSSStiZM have done If our teacher, were
BotpaUent. stxain on them to gyjj
ns In a language which they flulwuwTea7B: a very
i understand, and It makes both teaching anlearjjngry
ai8""1.?. "Pc"cu,f- u ra'Tfi ia not thes fault of the
vnnr niTTicuiL me wuuwui ""i
teacher? as certain school authoriuesare nuv w
appear. . .....j' v.n those in high-
The change was just a siupa "rr" J.i., nohool
er placei try to blame the teacner "J;Vwt btamt
Division tactic, of 'passing the buck. Its so very W jo
the poor teacners duj me i-uv J"";y ? am. fired and fed
muchhleher up should be madeto answer I m; tired 1 ana iea
VD oKtnis-wnoiB iw"""
I schools. Can't somebody help
UO Of th- WliOW louuamiw
" . j.ll.h-AAn
Vvarv once in a great while
TiUh VhouZini ioout It.
you ieel UKe snOag
ntgedrn want rpie w know
and t do want peopie w
across a decent, courteuua. h fcn old guy wlth
i- waa 1 having a cup W"". 5," 0b
whom I have a et o 0t ough this wa
ousiy in an advanced state of intoxication i uo Ba
.ithou.. creating an unpleasant
in a mmu vac.
t -. minute., tne manager
aU.a rtrVKXiria- ILRlLlIllf 111
urgent that he leave lmmeamwiy
tlon. he genuy, out v?' ir, m lhtt it was
of him thanks to tne prompt uuuw
eml Sre always griping in l I
I wanted toP express my thank, through thi. rnedium
a-ti.i. ha. been
. Much criticism has oeen
, eaptaln Unce a tIf?LS2,Sk? ifST'Bm'ttit U that etrly tde.Usm. In Washington the
, for a traffic Jtoauoii. JJtS SSt-TM learned id.er d.y some measured this dis dis-.
. dis-. sergeant nad not been P'0". hVv.ued their head, ur.ee by quoting from the consti
the facts concerning the case they wouia nave yeueo 3 Kniaht of Labor.
' -. .w ..ntaln'i wain
' B" it U truT'thit the iame supervisor did coUlde with the
I 1,1;. naried car After lnvesUgaUon the damage to the
Siu.S?s vehide w found to be tiight. That II not
! tf in the case of the sergeant. Tro mueh-nd JJJ
t li.. vera rendered helpless because of the aergeant eartiesa
liS. or" SlS Sei driving.- at a cost of apprwim-
You check records and yon
1 1 -ti river excuse a xrom pumctuumi
WenL ttthe avertre case of that nature ifmi t from $
J W ta Tfenerauy imposed. TWd poUce rf 5Dea
-nth-r rjolicemen have been prosecuted and paid heavy iin
1 -SiThlut a ffiabaloo. why to much fus. now, that justice ha.
J n ?one- A Court Observer
SOMETHING TO DO
TheVe to' a movement toward establishing
If or our mistretea ieengwe. nw.vuw T r u.T
Absolutely are astounding to the way they have So much hand hand-'3
'3 hand-'3 to thtm. When I was a kid I had enough ambition t seek
Are at there enough actmtJes
7 J -nntk
whit ha. Kock 'n Roll and Elvis
-hapnen to the world when the
"something to do. whv dont thev do something constructive in.
. . . . A1-Lk ... I W.. AK.M-V4.Wa
stead 01 erciinw 1 rouna ine tn'mwunc jwn wv -
-rnKin rin Teanaa'ara. wn dont von wake no and acDre-
Icuta, tha world? ;
BO 134. PANAMA, S). OP '
f-Ofifl li Limbs k
American Sch6osl We just TOUt
v;? m oa Wi
thU radical change-over in our
- .r b. it.
us? D-l9appolnted 8tndeI1t (
PB1 II I.nBE ajsa. UAA. M""
AND TACT , jta;. lJSLfS:
' v. VJwdue kodi thjrjk tbe.fmsl result
something nice nappe
ihia inciaens occurrea m
. fee. llKft .end-
tat occasionally one come.
... .nwn 4t mv uw..
situation, one of the howl"
ma in command of the .ltua
- ,-":rt the" old man that
w in su:r .:.i
.... nKM the nin lll&ll
U1B U vw 1
A,Wfc tha ISJIl 1 'BHW
ju.a ... j. -- ---
directed at a -Canal -Zone Police
wreciea "k r . .rr
ri.j B.ihna jrsalxr.rara fJOUri
on the Zone to keep our youth
. taw. ara nt thatn
Presley done that this younger
itiHairii Ufa Whit ta rnlna ta
Perrt'B take ovr?
. ut Mm i hnf If VMl want
'' .Arid1 C-'
' f of' MM
By VICTOR RIESEL
TtlA nnltV H A Fltiira. Titntr a.l
r.iiiw 1111 in ni nwn in. ipim.
biers cruei Das noming on any
5Atiaitair Thiat la nn tamna.eit in.
Wpot dome, for there is -no scan
.Ca Hfflr : IrAani-iiner niai tnAiitli
. nw -. wwo aw vvfui tia tiiwum
.'.hut "on advice of counsel" -and
the onlv mystery remaining, is
which of his 40 lawyers he's real
ly .heeding. 1
It m a maaaiira nf tha riaafi
trouble in which this strange and
f.ihiilAiTslv waalthv man finna him.
sen mat ne nas sucn a legal re retinuewhich
tinuewhich retinuewhich must be costing him
a t. .1 r. 11
several nunorea uousana oouars
Thli miniaturo bar .aaaoclation
w.a ravaalod by Be.k him.elf
,h c,0Md '"
AFu!lO Ethieal Practice, Com-
miHM f Mondav wiii ha
hMrd hU mj eh
oaintt him. Thoy had aaad him
t ,h, chargM
ana-nrfd with oncharactarti.
je Mw-M thit h, h,d to WB.
threatened to "btow the
SfaorUy afte. t.
met the Tcamster8 high.com-
met with the Teamsters high.com-
mnH in thpir hpsvilv miarderl na-
iionai maroie paiace ine cuu
. . 1 . ... t t.
trucuon 01 wmcn soon ynu 00 prou
ai4 hii tha .Cunata rnmmittAK Knmn.
body asked him what he had. .Beck
J .Ill If ..... '.
Hwb't insinuation, of eourie
mi thot nmi nf S320.000 worth of
nnlnn Hnna which ha used! ai ner-
1 nettv Oi was ouietlv doled
out id fcenaiori oomo qi u pegau
checking the Senators most likely
to have gotten Teamster support.
Tha record will reveal that
none of this money, nor any sig sig-nif
nif sig-nif leant amount from, the na
tlonal treatury ItHlf, wont to
any Senatorial campaign. We
rhecked, for example, with the
fwa Oregon Senators. One of
these, Dick Neuberger, told mo:
htvtecked the list of con-
tributions try my campaign. My
camnaien committee received no
fundi from the Teamsters' Union.
wrs and otucuis maae nommai
oers and ofiiciali made nominal
contributions of i
$60 or $75".
Vrnm tha othai
?50 OT S75". '
rrom uie vvuer otnaiur. mjm
' '...-A. ..II.. AU. ..ma
Afnra fmma 'virtually tha lime
reply and the additional siaiemem;
0I- it ww oe to strengtnen xne posi-
mon m our counuy ox ciean umona
Uhirh ar th nverwhelminf ma-
' Those who know Beck know that
h t-e.-uMfc he Teamsters' mon-
iecona oniy to hig owa and
someUmes he' can't seem to tell
the dulerence. His poUcy long has
hon dollar central treasury and let
hi local and reeional units Day
tLc bill for some project be nss
announced tna tor wmcn m nis
j Iran tha cradit. -1 '.' -
Thara have been heaw Team-
tta- Mtntrihntinna to randidataa of
VmHi nartiaa tint nnlv in Caih but
in manpower and precinct work-
.i Rut thane une from eitv ad
state councils in ew xora, uuca-
. :. r i
rn rtAN if fldbVAI BTWI Ifin IB THfl
I A"t - WW,
Hnlv th. nninfnrmed would tav
that aiirh fimda have been limited
to the law's restrictions. But that
it polities. The point is tnat tne
mi,ne didn'. come from Dave
Rack. . i
.. , ..... . M
lniihli. we e intended to stir UD a
rw'i ma&Ta' in.' nnvaia ana
duet lorn over the long patb wm
li.t... k.. a iKv'a
I r :
Everyone was ellolble for
anomborshiK m the Krrigfitt "ex "except
cept "except lawyers, banker, stock
broken profoetioaal g amblers
and anybody who had anything
to o wim mo aaio o HsroJiicaT.
I ho Sovraaos. No poraon
l, m b,. the
afnlakta al Labar afhaea
aalla llauar Ha micf airhar ah.
tam s divorce from, his wife or
from tKia erganiiatlea. The lat latter
ter latter can ho grantod in the shape
f ar. fpenoreblo withdrewal card
Were this ia the constitution of
today's Teamsters, it would wipe
out scorer of the union's officials
who are in all sorts of buiinei.es
frvsa liquor to the building of sky
scrapers., j .
The Penat? committee lias begun
te nnravel ties between Beek and
Nate Sheffermao. the wholesale
rti itr I'leraHy thmuands of
brsinesraea. 't t
When, tor example. Beck travel.
ed.throaiB Europe back In 151.
a bif true corporatiosj supplied
htm with limousine so laree that
someiVs k could not get throaeh
the euobnoefs Barrow roads. The
car had been shipped to Europe
frra the u 5 wua caauoeur at
tcboo tut Beck, mse.
It is so recret la labor circles
thtt many Teamtter officials have
barn etued tp ry atirnessatea and
tofd id new industrial projects ia
tilvace so fe7 could buy bore
quanWie 01 stock. One such see see-jntv
jntv see-jntv was purchased ia amounts
"This 1$ the Best Kind of Economy We Save Us'
" 1"; i 1 V ' i' 'A I
It ft K t "f rfJi.-nJ VI Ha,J - j
Prank Sinatra Is a complete V
niffma to his intimate friends.; ac-
c-rding to "Talent. Tantrums and
Torment' In the new Look,..Bing
uroSDy s quote; -;jtie s a paraaox-
ical cuss. Without taking any bows,
he goes about doing things for ma
ny people who need help.. Then he
can turn around and do sometmng
inexplicably thoughtless, so uncec
essary. that you wonder if it's the
aama fluoroccone to H. Belaibnte.
Their photogs and staffers tall
him everywhere, s. .Those exciting
underwater episodes "by". Sophia
Ltren are done by a double, who
is her amazing look-a-liko. .Mau .Maureen
reen .Maureen Stapleton, star of Tennessee
William.v Orpheus Descending,"
says the interviewers omit J the
most important person in her suc successful
cessful successful careerher mother, .The
"My Fair, Lady;', east .get, tneir
wges from armed Brinki guards,
who hand it out personally to each
performer: : a.-, --;v n -'V
Have a little irony: Itfllto.n
Greene, recently deposed as veep
nf Marilyn Monroe Productions.
must pay her over half his earn
ings. .The original contract .caueu
for them to pool their talents
with 49.6 p. c.1 going to him and
50.4 to her. .'.Greene, a leading
commercial photographer, report
edly earns around $150,000 per an-num.vT-.Sooo,
Marilyn gets more
than half of it!
- t -. -- aaaaaaal --
ee Premlnoor'B contract with
the Shaw estate (for the "Saint
Joan" movie) demands that the
author always be billed as B e r r-nsrd
nsrd r-nsrd Shaw, omitting the George.
I "Tk. Pio PavnfF1 ahnw'l nrinle.
Susan Brooks, and Jim "Green
n..c.r" Twe are avruDV about each
other almost nighUy at the Henry
Hudson voyager noom. .miguei
A eman, Jr., son of the ex-P r e s-
ident of Mexico, nas stopped piay-
ina.tha.fiaM .The reaxnnr'C h r i B-
t;iie Martel, ex-Miss Universe. .
Steve Alien u tnis year s jacsie
cieason. tier jun compuseu
itn.ua anna tin the Italian mood.
no less) for a Coral album. He
will record them at tne as pius
f.ddles. .v.The Gold Room. Har Harlem
lem Harlem 'a first trv at a bis-time night
aout in many yaers, ta-ta a aner
10 oays. . west iae 01017, an
upcoming musical siarnng iieni
u.-trr, aariTl ma the Rameo and Ju
liet theme in a Puerto Rican sec
tor of Manhattan. .Biuy Ktta,
Wincliell In WenYork
owner of The Little Club, and Joey
Adam, are tajking-loud-to each
picked the handsome Negro (Al (Alex
ex (Alex Crossan) to play opposite her
In ; "Revolt: of tha Hope," V a
French film." Ho's a mudical stu student
dent student from Martinique. He speaks speaks-no
no speaks-no English, she d 1 1 1 0 e s no
French. (Something'! h Gotta
Civs I). .'.Georgia Gibbs and La-;
Vern Baker went to war alleging
each pirated the other's record recording
ing recording style. Now both are sixzllng
about Dinah Washington's new
waffle, 'I'm Gonna Keep My
Eyes on You." Practically a car
bon of both. .H. Allen Smith's
next r book will contain a hefty
salute to Hildegarde's talent. "I
could listen to her," he said,
"sing Til Bo Seeing You' for
hour!', i .Lord Stanley, whose
wife one married Gablei n d
hi. 3rd bride' have Had Jt.
Sheila Bond, the dancing star.
may elope with a mfr. .
Strange Sight: Seeing Her Fair
Ladyship (Julie Andrews) wait waiting
ing waiting in Lam Feng's to take out
some chow mein. 1 ; a t:'.
Most Happy 4ir starfRoh-.
ert Weede is doing a mag article
b'.sting music critics and voice
coaches on both cossts. He was
Mario Lanza's first tutor. . .Art
Wallace is listed among TV hot hot-tert
tert hot-tert writers He's had 70 sagas ac
cepted .in 3 years. Wef thampton's
Bath and Tennis uud rejected an
arolization for membership from
the Arthur "Miller... The a n b 0 1 y
management tbawt they'd be "too
conspicuous Y .: '.Paramout veep
Hugh Owen and Nadine Brown,
pretty divorcees, dodge the mob
at vua victor, syosset. ing is
land. .Wonderful irony: THe Jus
tice, who signed the order evict evicting
ing evicting racial rabble rouser John Kas Kas-Per
Per Kas-Per from his Greenwich : Village
flat, is a Negro.
HRH Prince Chula of Thailand,
a direct descendant of the King of
Sm, is furious about "The King
and 'I" picture. Claims it makes
his ancestor look foolish. He hss
written a pieco to "prove" Jthe
King wasn't like that, at all.
AvaY bov friend (Walter Chiari)
plays her cook in "The Little Hut"
movie.' .Recommended: The Ba Ba-hema
hema Ba-hema lady, Ethelyn Butler, at the
Calypso Room. .Not all stage
doily vpet Gr (MteSf
S1' PA W laiuaiQU.
Be AViajrCAa. avcraistt
pa eae lake ear saarmlae
Saver CaKlimWe -taaary
I fM Sa Jaaatara. - . i
doors. They can be found in bunch,
doors They can be found in bunch
es at Paul's Stage Undies (302 W.
5ist) where burleskweens and oth
er dancers shop for opera-lengths.
leotards,. G-strings, etc. . Son g-
writers expect the next Dig craze
will be Hawaiian melodies because
six publishers are bidding for "Ho
nolulu Lulubelle". .. Ralph Ed
Wijrds. star of "This Is Your Life,'
is a millionaire. But he once slept
at the Actot's Church for 25 cents
a night. a
, The Parisian playboy crowd
report Farouk Is, behaving him.
self. Believes Nasser may bo
ousted opening the way for him
to re sum the throne. .Lisa
Ferreday and Lee Nordness are
late-dates at the Left Bank spot.
, .Julie Wilson assures the Wold
-"Pack she It not marrying any of
the lads itemed in the papers.
per. .Libby Ebsno of the Lat Latin
in Latin -Quarter chorus; and Connie
rodarlmWof dhtf 4 Lads made
no secret of their adoration at
Rickey's Lafayette IK started In
Florida month ago. .-.Song "star
Mary Smell has written a novel.
The theme has a touch of Edna
Fsrber's "Stage Mother" from,
a child's viewpoint. Mary's new
act open at the f den Roe Juno
(. ; Fifteen of the 24 shows on
roadway aren't expected to sur survive
vive survive the Summer. ."Uncle Wll.
lie" rap' IS weeks and lost ?70, ?70,-009
009 ?70,-009 --y
"The Ziegfeld Pellles" ensemble
ic International. Girls from 8 Eu
ronean and 3 So. 'American coun
ties. Hawai's contribution is Wisa
Dorso formerly a stewardess wttn
Aioha Airlines. .- .Since the French
thriller, "Rififl, opened here
there have been about 80 cases of
similar safe-cracking jobs. The po police
lice police are hep to the technique. .
Censors want to delete, a scene
tnim "naini' 01 nam wnere voo
Murray presses, bis hand against
hie wife a stomacn to ieet t n 0 j
unborn baby. Why They allowed
the same episode in Judy H 0 1 1 1-
day s "Mill of lilt" movie. ki-
vt Fresiei auote: "ine oniy oua
lification I want for a wife is that
she's female". .Stop being, so
fussy Ji NY cab driver nam
ed Lou Carter ("Louie the H a e-
kie' ) has entered the recording
iweecstaae just released his own
I. p. album titled: "Louie's Love
Songs.". (Diss youze gotta hear!)
KINGSTON and MONTEGO SAY
aoc'xo trip from r. ax am a
a s UV. 1MTH,
- PAY IATIk
AiRLrvf in tts A-'rjCAS
fSV A3:iSICAN WOE4.D AI2WATS ITFTOf
I rn.L. 1 :
I 1 !r"p"
"WASHINGTON Secretary of
Defense Charley Wilson and I had
a friendly argument some time
ago .'about the famed Nickerson
jiemorandum on guided missiles,
wmcn he won.
The Pentagon had confiscated
this secret memo when we show
ed it to a oubhc relations official
for guidance on what could ne
nvbhshed without harming the na
tional security, and I suggested to
Secretary Wilson that confiscation
of uch a document when a news newspaperman
paperman newspaperman was trying to cooperate
with the Defense Department was
contrary to three decades ot a es.
tablished precedent But he over
ruled me. '
However, after some delay and
considerable effort, we have
now. secured another copy of the
secret memo and will .' publish
certain portions of it. Som e
parts: wilt bo withhold f rim
oublication for aecurity reasons.
It will be obvious to the public
as they rend this document that
its. main burden pertains to a bat battle
tle battle between ; big business Gen
eral Motors and uirysier over
who shall build the guided missile.
. Also it's a battle between lob-
Dyists THIS is someuung me puu
lie hat a riffht to Know aDouu
Although C61. John Nickerson, a
ton officer at the Army's ballistic
missile base at Huntsville, Ala.,
has been ordered court martiai martiai-ed
ed martiai-ed for writing this secret memo,
h name is not on it.
, T-hnvB never met NlcKerson and
had nu way of knowing,' when Jack
Aderson Of my stan toox ne me memo
mo memo to the Defense Department,
that Nickerson was involved.
RADFORD -i "ENEMY v'
His memo involves Wilson, de
cision to concentrate guided-miss-ile
development in the Air Force,
shutting down all work done by
the Army."'"..-: .-
, it also, involves the most import
ant Dotential weapon of modern
warfare, the intercontinental bal ballistic
listic ballistic missile, capable of reach reaching
ing reaching Moscow in 30 minute, carry carrying
ing carrying a hydrogen bomb.
while the secret memo is long,
it is highly important. The first in installment,"
stallment," installment," minus certain deletions,
""Sertion X INTRODUCTION
ry of Defense Charles E. Wilson
m.hlished a 'Memorandum for:
"Members of the Armed Force.
foiicy wouncit. buojbci. vum:-
uon .01 roies ano missions 10 hu-D-ove
the effectiveness of opera
tion ot: too wepartmeni 01 v-
tense. .:-' v.
"With respect to the IRBM (in (intermediate
termediate (intermediate range ballistic missile)
the background is as follows:. The
President's Scientific A d v J s 0 ry
Group, OJJM. early in 1955 recom
mended that a 1500 mile ballistic
rri8siU be. developed. The Army,
Navv'and Air Force expressed 0-
perational requirements for the
missile and authority to develop
it. Wilson referred the operational
rtquirements to the Joint Chiefs of
Staff for resolution.
'By the fall of 1955 the JCS were
still unable to agree. The Air
Fjrce and Naw agreed to each
other's requirement but not to the
Army s., Admiral Radford, chair chair-rr&n
rr&n chair-rr&n of the JCS, forwarded the
views of the chiefs to Wilson with
his recommendations which coin coincided
cided coincided with those of the Air Force
and Navy. ; :
: "Wilson's Basic operating proce proce-cure
cure proce-cure apparently Is to listen to the
man responsible and follow his
advice. For military decision- he
lietens primarily to Admiral Rad Radford
ford Radford It appears that Admiral Rad
ftrd is a rather bitter enemy of
the U.S. Army and has made a
long series of recommendations to
wuson wnicp are nostue to legiti legitimate
mate legitimate Army Interests. . .-.
, V GERMAN SCIENTIST -t
'TVi Arm at Redstone Arsenal
has the best ballistic missile team
hi the country and has succeeded
in convincing defense officials of
this fact -.
"The Army offered the services
of this development team under
S She is s star
' and television
It Form a notion
14 Short poem
II Before '
' 4 John (Gaelic)
5 Summer (Ft.)
6 Let's! point
7 Wild donkey
13 Volcano in
13 Ravers '
35 Bodies of
27 Have on
28 Singing voice
20 Regular (ab.)
21 Raver islet
22 Auricle -
23 Low haunts
24 Make requital
2. Roman bronze
31 Unit ot
43 Pewter cola
46 Cereal grass
4T No (Scot )
54 Puffed up
56 Calyx division
3 ..e ia
, her fas.
.. -- f
y 0I1W PIARS0N
tr.e famous, Dr. von Braun to bof
tne in a vy ana tne Air Force an
st?ted. that a single missile won!
be developed which could satis,?
both the land and sea. based re
."Wilson then overruled Ad nir nir-Radford
Radford nir-Radford and established two la
BM programs. IRBM No. 1 ( late
named Thor) was to be developei
oy in Au1. rurce. iivdivi jo. i (la
ter named Jupiter) was to be dev.
eloped by the Army to meet boti
land and sea-based requirements
''This clearly meant that the Ar-i
my operational, requirement for
such a missile was, ouiciaJlv re-i
cognized. The Army t established
the Army ballistic missile acjency
at-, Redstone Arsenal near Hunts-1
"The assistant to the Secretary
of Defense for guided missiles. Dr.
Eger Murphree. determined a few
months ago that the Jupiter de
sign was superior to Thor. and!
was readying a recommendation
to discontinue tho Thor missile.
This action was discontinued
when the Secretary of the Air
Force requested ageneral settle
ment of Army Air Force differ-
etces. The request of tne secreta
ry of- the Air- Force resulted ; in
bringing the roles and 'mission
question before tne J- lor, tne
second- time. A disagreement a a-gain
gain a-gain occurred, along the same
lines as a year earlier.
"Radford again presented h i s
vewa virtually unchanged from
the previous. year to, wuson. mis
time however, Wilson decided to
back Radford. This resulted in the
28 Kuvember memorandum stating
that the land based intermediate
range ballistic missile system
Will be the sole responsmuity 01
the U.S. Air Force.
The recommendations of the
assistant to the Secretary of De
fense, Dr. Murphree; the Assist
ant secretary ot jueiense ior ne ne-bearch
bearch ne-bearch and Development, Pr. Fur Furnas;
nas; Furnas; the Secretary of the Army,
iiir. ; Brucker : and the Chief of
Staff of the Army, General Tay
lor, were ignored.
"Section II. policy uhainvju-s
DISSIPATE EFFORT. V
''The approval of the Army s o-
perational requirement in Novem-
btr 1955 ; and its withdrawal in
December .1958 is an unbusiness
like reversal of policy.
;,''The Jupiter program was set
Up On the nignesi national yiiorujr
along with Thor and the two IC-
BM programs. S33,wu,uuu o Army
funds were obligated in fiscal year
and $150,000,000 of (fiscal year)
1957 Army funds are Deing opugai
ed at this time. . i
'it takes six or seven years
and about $500,000,000,000 to dev develop
elop develop a large guided missile,
"It is obvious that major po policy
licy policy reversals will delay the av availability
ailability availability date- of the, weapon and
waste large amounts of money.;
"The government must Know
what it wants before it starts such
s program and must adhere stead steadfastly
fastly steadfastly to the objective throughout
the long period required to do the
v.-trk." -iJ- i
f Ed tor'. Note 'Anotner po
tion of the guided-misslle docu.
ment will be published in an early
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Big-City" Political Boss Jim Curley
Says FDR Framed Him For Prison Rap
BOSTON, May 13 (UP) James
Micnael Curley.' last of the old
time biK city nolitical bosses.
charges that he went to prison in
1947 for using the mails to defraud
because the late President Roose
veJt had "framed"' him. I
Curley, now 82 and retired from
politics, makes the 1 charge in his
newly .- published autobiography
unea "i a uo it Again': a rollick
mg, unvarnished account of his
mure than 50 torrid years in pub
lic life." ;
It's the story of how the son of
almost penniless Irish immigrants
rose, from Boston's slums to be
four times mayor of the city, four
times congressman, ana. once gov governor
ernor governor of Massachusetts, y ,, .-
It s also the story of- some of
the ingenious tricks of the political
trade which the wily Curley em employed
ployed employed to gain his ends such as'
lighting fiery crosses to create a
Ku Klux Klan scare, or holding a
lane rauyior a Catholic opponent
m a Baptist church. : v y
Curley's 1947 prison- sentence
stemmed rrom : nis activities as-i
president of Engineers Group, Inc.;
a company organized in Washing-'
tJn several years Dreviouslv. os-
lesiDiy to provide expert t .en-r
ffineerme services to business and
industry. , i,
on the stock market, thanks to a
gmtleman named Nathan Eisman,
a wool maeate. When they asked
vhere they Could find the gentle
man 1 said r.e was unavaiiaoie lor
further tips, since he had passed
uu iu ilia jicnviujr tcwaiu.
One 'day the late President A
Lawrence Lowell of Harvard Uni
versity surprised then Mayor
Curley by invitmg him i to dinner
at Lowell's home in the Harvard
sfard. i .
''Durinu the fruit course,
Curley said, "he. asked me to ap
point a rerauve ot his to a top
surgical post at city hospital. When
IV told .Lowell (this) would be im
possible, he gave me a frosty
look . excused himself and left
the room."- .vv'.'-y
"When I finished my fruit -cup.
I 'buzzed for the maid and she
brought- i in the entree. t I j buzzed
?ain for the other courses, and at
tue conclusions oi an excellent ain
er. summoned the' maid again.
.''.'Bring me a large quantity of
Old Grandad in a glass wiuv a
small auantitv of water and ice."'
said. "A snort ume later x tie-
parted still wondering where my
host was."- -t ;
. Vlt was .well known,". : Curley
wrote, "that Roosevelt was out to
'get', the big city bosses. Tom
I ehdergast of Kansas City had al already!
ready! already! been jailedf and Ed Kelly
of Chicago and Frank Hague of
New Jersey';.', had fallen into
disrepute with Roosevelt.. Curley,
apparently., was next on the
Curley claims there wasn't a
whit of evidence against him and
h& asked ; Koosevelt to have the
case thrown out of court But, be
says,, tbe President refused, say
irg, n am "not a dictator.".;
' "By this time,"-' Curley wrote,
"I was satisfied that he. and he
alone,' was responsible, for .fram .framing
ing .framing me. He still bore a grudge
against me beeause I had declined
the 'ministry to .Poland (because
Curie v figured he could not live on
the ?l7,500-a-year salary), and I
had also criticized him sharply for
civine me the run-around on manv
occasions. ., v-1
' It wt.s Curley s second trip to nrl
son. Early in his career he served
a 60-day term- for taking a civil
service examination for a man
who thought he couldn't pass it
himself, -.v '.'-A
"I felt then." as now. that I had
dtne a charitable thing for a man
who needed a job so that he could
support his wife and four child children,"
ren," children," Curley wrote. t
Resignation Of :
Envoy To Cuba
WASHINGTON. May l4fUP)
President Ei-nhower today
accepted the resignation of Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Gardner, as C-S. ambassa ambassa-dor
dor ambassa-dor to Cuba.
" The white House said thet
President has not yet detennln-l
ed Gardner's successor and the'
efferttre date of Gardner's-res-J
F-senhower told Oardner In a
'If Iter tar.t tt has -jeprp?sented
the United FUtes with -distinction
and ungual ebility' and
tg stre rr'-hpd t.?s between
i i counuy n i Cuta. I
' Palace For A Paupr
Soon after 1 Curley Was elected
mayor in 1914. the Boston Finance
Commission- began an investiga investiga-tiu.
tiu. investiga-tiu. It wanted to kow how a man
who until recently, had been ear earing
ing earing 43 a day as a city inspector
could build a palatial home on- the
Jamaicaway."' !. v
'1 told these snoopers." Curley
recalled, "that I had acquired the
nucleus of the house at an auction
at a ridiculously low figure. And
I JiirtVr Wormed them that I had
n?ade a substantial sum of money ilic without charge.
No A(om Arms Base
VIKNNA. ; Mar 14 (UP) Neutral
Austria eaa never accept guided
mimics or atomic weapons on
it mi because it would mean an
infringement of the Austrian State
Treaty, a government aponesnmn
said today.'' ; v5 (
.The Austrian State Treaty, sign sign-el,
el, sign-el, hpi-e. in May 1955. stipulates
that "Austria i not allowed to
establifh military bases for guid
ed missiles and atomic weapons
of any kind." t- pM:y-4--iz
Newiv elected Austrian State
President Adolf Schaerf also, re recalled
called recalled durine his recent .' election
mmnaicn that he is strictly
gainst any establishment of atom
ic arms Dases m Austria.
Talk On Buddhism
To Be Ciyeh Af
'7hi P-lboa V.M.C.A.-U.S.O. will
present the second illustrated lec
ture la the series on The world's
Great Religions" on Thursday at
The subject, is Buddhism and Is
the story of the "eight fold, path"
to Nirvana and how it directs the
daily life of every Buddhist.
The' speaker, the Rev. Walker
M. Alderton, has .lectured at the
YMCA several times before., Dr.
Alderton's graduate and profession
il training was taken at the Uni University
versity University of Chicago, Union Theolo Theological
gical Theological Seminary, the New School of
Social Research and Teachers Col College
lege College of Columbia University. He is
professor emeritus of the Federat Federated
ed Federated Theological Faculty of the U U-niversity
niversity U-niversity of Chicago.
Tbe lectures are open to the pub-
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and after drawing, trumps, de declarer
clarer declarer ruffs but one club (o .clear
tihat suit and spfeadl his hand.
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spite of the fact that Ibe open
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ike, Montgomery Be
ATLANTA (UP) Southern blood
turned plum to steam today at
the very idea Marse Robert get getting
ting getting "secked" by a Republican!
President Eisenhower saying he
would bave .''sacked'.' Gen.. Robert
E. I Lee greatest of them all (as
any southern school child will tell
you) for the way Lee fought the
Battle of Gettysburg!
And leld Marshal Montgomery
agreeing with him.
, Eisenhower'' and British Viscount
Montgomery Sunday touched off
Rebel yells anew in these parts,,
where the bovs will fight the Civil
War over again at the drop of a
Mafnolta blossom, ,'
The World War II commanders
n- arms started It all. as they
tramped the green slopes and
rocky hills of Gettysburg and sec
ond guessed one of the greatest
battles of the Civil war.
From the vantage point of hind
sight the President and the Briton
field : marshal criticized the tac
tics both of Lee and Gen. George
C. Meade, .who headed the boys
One Reckless, One Slow
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Thev- thought Lee reckless In
Ordering Pickett's men into the
celebrated charge across the open
fields in a desperate attempt to
break the Union lines. 1
And Meade. ; who' had just as
sumed '.command of the Army of
tne Potomac.: blundered in not
pursuing Lee after : the ". southern
attack failed, thev aereea.
'It looks like everybody is get
ting into tbe act,"' Wilbur G.
Kurtz, an Atlanta historian, said
from below the Mison-uixon line.
"That was a very uncouth state
ment." Mrs. John L. Harper, pres
ident of the Atlanta Ladies Me
morial Assn., said of Eisennower s
comment that he would have
sacked" Lee J '
"That seems a little harsh to
me," Beverly uunose, president oi
the .Atlanta Civil WarRound Ta
WASHINGTON. May 14 (UP)-
Rep. Frank T. Bow (R-Ohio) was
shocked recently when he, found
that "one of -his constitu
ents thought federal spending
should be increased rather than
The constituent, answerlhg s
questionnaire Bow" is distributing
in his district on the federal budg budget
et budget situation,' wrote: :
"The country is- 'emg run py
penny pinch' mmas. ane TpuDuc
debt sBOuld be tnereased, not de-
ereaneri. why must people oe so
stupur'.''- : v.i
i Bow slid his investigation
showed that it came from a citi-i
ren in Stark County, Ohio; "who
i .. m a cTustinin it mfirw
pairs using wie vacooy wansier "f.,""'" J :r
Several thousand" other an-
sweri fto the questionnaire, he
said. urged "economy, meat-axe
budget cuts, and across-the-board
bid got there. The others all
slopped at game. :
North two-heart response was
the transfer bid and South rebid
to two spades. ;' as- demanded.!
North's bid of three clubs was
normal and showed the five-card
club cult. ., -n
At this point it was not diffi difficult
cult difficult for South to visualize a pos possible
sible possible slam. He held only 18 points
but he had the right cards to
produce a slam if North who had
already shown a spade and cluo
two-suit, hand held only one
heart. Instead of merely bidding
four spades South temporized
with a bid of three diamonds.
North lumped to four spades.
He had enough stuff to warrant I should depend on a finesse or
a game .contract and tnree no- Dreaic m uumpa.
Pr. Bell I. Wiley, himself au
thor of several Civil War books,
raised the question "who would
you. replace them with" 4 if y 0 u
fired Lee and Meade. ..
"They didn't have anyone to re re-phce
phce re-phce them with," he commented.
"Meade, at the time, seemed i to
be .the best man for the job.
Meade didn't want the job but he
was one in a long line that the
" What Monty Said
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.. Col. Allpn P. Julian, president
of the Atlanta Historical Society,
had. another World War II com comparisonthis
parisonthis comparisonthis one regarding a re remark
mark remark ny the famous Monty,, who
said of Gettysburg: ' V
'Well, I would not have fotight
the battle that way, myself."
"That's an unfortunate comment
from a man -who said he was too
'budy tidying up his front' to help
Genei'l Eisenhower in the Battle
of the Bulge,'1 Julian noted.
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Eisenhower tempered his eriti Montgomery f If he sUll thought
clsm -somewhat when he vt 6 1 d
Montgomery that if some of the
generals who fought the r battle
were alive -today, "they; probably
would, have criticized the way we
fought.,' v,.!',;; ,', f,-;;.,',;.,;.:,'
i Montgomery, the hero of 1 Ala Ala-mein
mein Ala-mein and hter Eisenhower's lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant in World War II,. nodded
in agreement.- S-v-l-.-eWv:'.-
Rebal .High Point -, w
Gettysburg marked the high
point cf Lee.'s daring thrust into
northern territory in the summer
of 1P63. For three days he hurled
wave after; wave of his Army of
Northern -Virginia against Meade's
entrenched' forces, then withdrew
his battered, troops across the Po
As Montgomery and Eisenhower
climbed down from an observation
tower on Culp's Hill, one of the
focal points of the bitterly con contested
tested contested battle, reporters asked
Lee and Meade should bave been
The British warrior,' who broke
the back of Nazi Gen. Erwin Rm.
mel's elite corps in the sandy
wastes of t North Africa' replied :
"Well,-1 would not hve fought ;
the battle, that way myself."
- The President chuckled and told
Montgomery "If you had,,. I would
have sacked you.,' u
, EisenhoWer told Montgomery he
bfUeved Maj. Gen. J. E. B. Stuart A
the Confederate cavalry eom
.-nander, "let Lee down."
"What beat Stuart was his lnva
of headlines," ;the-President said,
commenting on the dashing Stu
arts loudness of the dramatie
maneuver. Stuart's cavalrv ? wa.
supposed to fire into the rear of
the Union lines at the time -of
Pickett's infantry charge, but Stu Stuart
art Stuart was intercepted by two Unioev
brigades and had to withdraw.
Texas tornadoes came too close
for comfort for Dwlght ,H. Ladd,
former Canal employe .who is
now: li vine In Dallas.
In a letter received by friends
here Monday, he wrote that he
had had to leave his car and run
when he met one of the recent
"The tornado roared down the
street in back of us, levelling and
tearing the roofs off houses nn
the west side of the street one
block west of us" he wrote.1
"Our vard was littered with
debris but outside of being with
yui uowcr ur tcicuuuuc xur i
hours, we were not bothered.
was on my way home when J. .met
it; naa to aoanaon my car ana
run, but tne car wasunnun. l
couldn't move it for about five
hours because of power lines a
round and across the car...
"Traffic was all snarled for
several days because of the roads
and bridges which were out, plus
flash flooding, but it's all nearly
back to normal now."
Ladd was a 'supervisory elec
trical engineer In the Engineer'
ine Division when he left the
Canal service about three years
ago. He iamow Tvith the Federal
Pacific Electric Co.
Burning Need ;
TOKYO f UP) The Tokyo dis
trict prosecutor's office charged
tooay max roe iormer neao ot a
Japanese insurance firm -'amassed
a fortune to- less ,.tntflve uHrs
curred and collecting the insur
Koro Sato, 61, was (charged
with pocketing $277,000 between
1950 and 1955 while he was presi president
dent president of the Nippon Fire and Ma
rine Insurance Co.
trump was obviously the wrong
game to be in.
' South's five-spade bid was ag aggressive,
gressive, aggressive, but clearly warranted
by his cards. He had tremendous
North's six-spade bid was also
aggressive. However, South's bid bidding
ding bidding had shown that he held
little or nothing in the heart
suit. Hence there was going to
be no duplication orf waste in
hearts and at worst the slam
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Solon Feels US Should Give Atomic Warheads If Requested
TOKYO,-May 14 (UP) Sep. Wt.rna or Indonesia,' should ask for
str in i:n it. aiti todav tne unit iimn-u missiles wun atomic war
ed St4tes should provide guidel head.- for defense purposes, we
missile. eauinDed with atomic war
hi,d to. any allied or .neutralist
counlrv wnicn requests tnem ior
defensive purposes. . 1
Colt, a .New Yorkf' Republican
ana a memoer m uie jouh con congressional
gressional congressional Committee on Atomic
ifinerevi was in Tokyo to attend
the Far East Atomic Conference
which opened yesterday.
In an interview," Cole said the
United, States already is pledged
to defend thi free world from acts
of agression and that the pledge
includes the use of nuclear, weap weapons,
ons, weapons, - ''
Should Givt If Asked
"If any allied country;' or neu
tralist country such as India. Bur-
should "ive such defense weapons
to them," Cole said.
r (.' i y t
The congressman said that
many countries do not now have
trie trained personnel capable of
operating such highly technical
weapons, bu. he added the United
States' should make it clear that
it is committed to the defense of
he :free nations of the world by
means it "all weapons."
' It was announced lasj week that
a unit of Matador atomic guided
missiles was being stationed on
Formosa to "deter or repel" any
Chinese Communist attack on the
Nationalist island bastion. The
joint announcement i s u e d in
Washinsotn and Taipei said tne
unit would be operated by the 13th
U. Air Force. ,
Cole said 'that India and Japan
presently are the only two coun countries
tries countries in the Far East who could
provide technicians to operate
"On such a basis, I see no rea reason
son reason why any other country which
does not have nuclear weapons,
should expend the scientific man manpower
power manpower and brains to develop their
own nuclear weapon stockpile."
he said ;
"The United States has pledged
the use of nuclear weapons for the
defense oi our allies and neutralist
countries. These neutralist coun
tries, such as Burma and India,
must trust mat we mean wnai
we say." 1
' Cole is one of 40 atomic and
industrial experts from the United
skate? attending the conference on
oeaccful uses of atomic energy,
ioonsored jointly by the United
States and Japan. Twelve coun countries
tries countries in the Far East and Pacific
re participatir". in the meeting
which will continue until May 31.
Harlem River Body
Identified As Kin
Of Famous Author
NEW YORK, May 14 (UP) A
body found in the Harlem river
was identified bv Dolice today as
that .of Clement Moore, 43, of
Greenwich, Conn., a descendant
of the author of. "The Night
1 V.'. J
: With some people oge mokes!
them ser!ble-others Just lack
the strength to raise heck, ',,(
Vnliiw mz'.A the deseenrlant. ; ttt
of Clement Clark Moore had been
mlucinf, einna Anril 0. A man was
'seen leaping from the Georgt
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amntiinnllv iinspt" when he
left his home and that he had
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Tink and fnela like a. natural
Easy to pour graduated lift wlth tnis gmartolookina; sponjel! Idea for : washing
off glass jar has ftdd-a-bit chrome plated extension. Fits cars and walls. Damp packed ;
and Jurndle ''.i t tailpipes to Mnch diameter. , in bag to retain ita moisture.
Functional Modern Group
Folda Quickly for Storage
V 100 I HARMONY r V HARMONY
iSirf ) 17. 'V'....' HOUSE -4 J HOUSE,:,..
f j 12.88 I 4.88
Sofabed back pivots out of the way to make a seamless
30-ln. bed. Comfortable new wrap-around arms. Black
steel legs, aluminum ferrules. Cotton tweed fabric In. 5
Harmony House colors.
A modern, functional chair Comfortable chairs for lawn
for outdoor use or In den or or patio have perforated seat
living room.' Black steel rod and Sack for coolness. Black
frame, duck fabric, I colors. : or White enemeL
Leisure Ensemble In
Ash Crest" Styling
New Circle Chair,
Designed for Young Moderns
WiMlWfif,' iiii), py1 frwvv. ftfr4fc-.fr.twi.itfj 4fc-fcM-xx4;41l)(
' New!-12-inch Jig
Saw"- Built-in Motor
8-in, Tilting Arbor r
Dunlap Hand Saws ; .. Electric Drill Set
' 24-inch Taper Ground Blade sJ Complete 46-Pc. Craftsman
' 7977 I .88 I J 48.U
x -J nv..jt Ttriit wm handle everr one of
Safe, quiet and portable, One control hand' wheel tilts, ... .' 14 a( include accessories.
Haviep nioM rlrirt arm Chit. .nl 1AM hl.He. Rir wiarpeiieu. uwu Hui.., r -- ,
Heavier more rigid arm. Cuts raises and lowes Wade. Big '" 7 ,,, -ith 14 In. Pistol
up to 1-in. in wood, tile, 20 x 17-in. table. Less aide lw price t Crosscut. 8-polntf Choice of either 14 in ristoi
plastic, non-ferrous metal.
Casual styling (hat leads a double life... beautiful na natural
tural natural finished ash for porch or living room. 2-pc. section sectional
al sectional and 2 occasional tables. Spring filled cushions in 5 col color
or color combinations.
' A.Jwk.i I
Special. Buy On
Edial chair, for any casual Natural or maple finished
setting has sturdy black ena- hrdow. Full panel ends!
mel finished frame, duck fa- Doable drop sides, fingertip
brie in yellow, red or green. release. 3-position springs.
Ill mAWifi tied i i-J-1' rt'&?ff& -v WfttMr,,'. (ViVW WtM W . 4,;r..s. -, .-
Versatile Bunk Beds
Convert to Twin Beds
IlarM.y House $9 -in. bunk bed with sturdy angle iron
frame and black enamel finish. ResUient link aprings,
ladder and guard rail included. Pins two softly padded
. innersprtng mattresses!
AU Steel Chair
Rattan Tub Chair
Special Purchase! Buy New!
mmm r V HARMONY HARMONY
Favorite lawn chair for cam- Popular porch chair has ao-
t ott and long wear. Ribbed lid rattan frame, hand woven
back for ventilation. Rut- rattan-peel beat and back.
, resistant. In I colors. l'rln. aeaC Natural finish.
16-in. Smooth Rolling
Dunlzp Lawn Mower
Stainless Steel Set
: .Non-Glare Mirror i Adjustable Table' ,;.
idl lrt.Anv.An;. : Iroh Sitting' or Standing
,.-jv. -"-rf 0 .- I ,. . .'
K I 24-pieca .. tALLsTATE VVsTEEI,,...
L' 26e8 L2U l.-:U:---'
w--- f'k.m. nt.uj tnlrvAr i .J. -- r f
Sturdy construction for long Bright, mirror. finish! Tapar- with 4-inch head. Adjusts te Adjusts from 24 to -In. to
trouble-free nse. S carbon ed tinea, bowU on forks, any angle for broader rear suit your heigh. 69 n-
steel blades, tubular steel spoons. eachf teaspoons. View vision, r Buy now t ;lated top speeds Ironing. Rob-
handle, rubber, tires. Save!
knives, forks, soupspoons.
ber Uppcd legs.
N Belt Sander
Ideal, lew-cost aander for the hobby ahop! 4H li-l"ch
table. Adjustable fence is a Ml tocbe long. Preh-,
bricated hronse bearingi for longer life. Exclusive I-point
.. .-V J. .-- ( . ,'-! -..
I 1 48.88
Fully Equipped I 26-ia.
, Lightweight Bicycle
, Reduced from 89.95
WKh kkksUnd, tourist bag. air pump, chain guard, S S-peed
peed S-peed gear, generator and chrome plated head and tail
tight. Jet Mack with white, geld trim. Flashy, functional
- f rtbe sportsminded.
LOS ANGELES Bbyd-Rooaevelt Highway (Traniathmian) TaL 3-1955
Satisfaction gmramedorl'ydurimw: tytck
CWID Calle -IT Norta Tel. 2153 8:30 a-m. to 12 2:00 to 6:00 pjn.
f: fF A IS
PANAMA Tivoli Ave. Tel. 2-0931 8:30 a.m. to 12 2:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Use Scars Easy Payman Plan - ;
COLCN Bolivar Ay a. Tel. 1137 8:33 a.m. to 12 2:00 to 6 03 p.m.
Tuesday? math 195T 4 r"';t ,K V M" 'vJT PANAma American an groEPENPgwT pailt kewsfapeb j .. i .
t r r i, -II, I t k A Hi.vvi
(PC-A),"" Panama' City
stores of Sears will inaugurate
today a live-day sale ot gen general
eral general merchandise on which the
prices were fixed by a group ol
15 students ot Escuela Profeslo Profeslo-nal
nal Profeslo-nal .who' participated in a 30 30-day
day 30-day retail training program,
Starting off on-April with a
general discussion and' tour of
"Sears' jTivoli, and Los Angeles
atores,- conducted by George
By Sears jS.o: On
Shaw, the program Included
trntninir in oneratine. auditine.
warehousing, credit s r v i c e
sales, : promotion, aaverwsing,
unit control and merchandising,
sin addition to Shaw, assistant
manager ot the Tivoli store, the
15 future-businessmen of Pan Panama
ama Panama who took the Sears retail
training course, received in instructions
structions instructions from: '
Roberto Constantino, auditor;
Chester Fields, stockman; Alber-
to Bllllngslea,, credit manager;
Eugene Lowe, oervice vepu.
manager ; -ana Aiex war ub, u u-tlng
tlng u-tlng their final instructions In
sales promotion,.-, advertising,
unit, mntrnl hnnk And merchan
dising from Nick-' Simdn,. as
sistant manager or bears.
Tnn were conducted at
both the Tlvoll and Los Angeles
stores., t t
The sale, which. Has Deen
I v c i
' Nick Simon, assistant "manager, demonstrates Kenmore and
named "Venta de los Estudlan Estudlan-tes"
tes" Estudlan-tes" (Students'., Sale) wiU be
iconducted from today through
next Saturday at pom ears
The 15 Escuela Profeslonal
students who took the course,
are all studying book-keeping
and were chosen on the basis
of their scholastic achievement.
Future courses will be con conducted
ducted conducted mqnthly by Sears,
Chester Fields, stockman, takes students oft a tour of the
immense merchandise warenouse' na
. used lnreceivmg,' aeiiveruig,-ong w
Roberto Constantino, auditor for Sears," shows the students
the different accounting procedures used by himself and
, 't,t( his staff. 1 i
; fc..i- n M.i.iir Ar 'ha airvic denartmentl exnlalns
the complicated equipment used to repal electrical appliances.
Franklin Bernal, assistant manager of the Credit Department,
explains the .rules and regulations of the Sears easy pay y
George Shaw, assistant manager Vte.
dents general imomnon u fwBw..-, vv.i--jjr-- -iB
HUNDREDS OF UNADVERTIZED SALE: ITEMS IN ALL FOUR STORES
i - i ' .I..,,,,-1 m. """ MN.L ..I. ytLwu. m' LSzS
'V. .... ... T .1 .. irj. X g .i,X''ii',i .i muss
.' ..'t jr - i t . &ar.,'. .. r-i ..
y Kenmore RengeUe Gas Slove
8 lbs. Kenmore Wringer Washer
Reduced from; 179.95
Down' Pay ment J.1 4.00 i
Monthly . .7. 00
v Easy to clean- porcelain enameled cooktopAdjut
r tabl drawer-type emokelest broiler. Oven hat ther;
- Sv mostat for even -heatcontroL", j. ;
LovKOst Kenmore Hydro-Svirl
Has Aulomalic Washing Action
Z7y.V5 Value ,.
Down Payment t... 1 4.00 ;
moninij .-. m rrm
Waihet the, eomp!U family: laundry ; with eaie.
Efficient agitator washes them cleaner, too.' Wringer
' swings to eight different' positions for convenience.
Has target-lyps safety 'release on wringer, t;
s Down' Payrpent j.'. 1 9.00-
Monthly ; . ;. -l4.00
An-amazing low price for a washer that automatic automatically
ally automatically rfnses-and spin-dries. Get a big famlly-sixe
wash load : sparkling clean with six-vane agitator
.action. Five-year gear, case guarantee
Silverfone Table Model 24 inch J
. Hi Fidelity TV Set
Down -Payment ..25.00
Monthly .7. . 12.00
Start r enjoying television fun tonight at;thls oW
price! New 14 KV, chassis gives sharper,, clearer n
pictures. Full transformer, not a stripped Jchasla:;
Set is easily moved from room to room."
Resists cuffs. T j
fesnwx; ; I I ,. :v.,::f
Kcr.n::ro Rc!:ry Sowing M:ch!ne
; : s Before 119.95 '.
Down Payment .. 9.00 N
Monthly 6.00- SJ q
" : "Two-tone beige east Iron head."
'' - TO-years guarantee,
Id fine Mahogany Reduced from 169.95
Dooble bed with chest f driwen
h- i. ''''!'::::v:V;: :'::'
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Made of fine Mahoftny 149.95 Value
Down Payment.. 12.00
Monthly ...... 8.00,
D: Room Sel
This lovely set has a very delicate finish.
1 Don't leeie this chance to save!
Down Payment v.-9.00 ((
Monthly 7.00 U
' With -extension. Extra chaks available
, : atnsw low prices! "7. r
, .. v.v.vX-:v:vXv:-XvAv:vi
Modem desijn Before 149.95
' : Living Room
Green or Old Rose :.y : SZ
Sofa and 2 chairs I" V p) UJ
Down Payment... 900'
Monthly ........ 7.00,
For high-tone living ooms. Cet them now
C'V;," t ttis new low price!
LOS ANGELES Eoyd-Rooevelt H grhway (TranUthmiaw) Tel. 3-19S5 x
' Sj:Lfijii gumntci cr 'ywrwrty lack'
PANAMA Tivoli Ave. Tel. 2-0931 8:30 a.m. to 12 2:00 to 6:00 pjn.;
Use Sears Easy Payment Plan 7
COLON Bolivar Ave. Tel. 1137 8:30 a.m. to 12 2: CO t-
8;33 a.m. ts 12 2:00 U C CD pjn.
faf AGE SIX
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, MAT 141S:7
l and Jth
. Bf Staffers
&AL, Pmiut J 3hu( iLmlJ it muuLJ pmnptLy U Lojt mtmitM Jmm.
Jt mitt L McmJ If lLft Pm 2-0740 m 2-0741 U 9:00 J 10
sons, Bruce and if irk, are leaving
tomorrow on me cpsiODai on
vaoati 'i trip to New England.
IAWC Cultural Greur
Will Visit Ancon Hill
The Cultural Group of. the Inter
Amencnn Women'a Club has plan
ned a trip to the top of An con
liul and a visit to Miralores Locks
on Fridav. Members interested
nirking the trip are asked to call
the club office. Balboa '2-3465 t or
Panama 2-0518. The group wll
meet af the Tivoh at 9 a.m.:
Dr. Norman J. Scadron lias re
turned to Panama after snort
visit to the United States.
AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP Miss Diana Jacobs, daughter of
oJ an Ta nnnm at fa.riB.ma. T1LV. II as UCCU awJ-uu
- National Merit Scholarship. This scholarship is one of
' "awarded to students from over 12,500 PS high schools.
1 eTI6N OF HONOR TO BE PRESENTED TO DR. RICARDO
ALFARO AT FRENCH EMBASSY RECEPTION THIS EVENING
fu .... A at Franc In Panama Lionel Vasae
VMrs.,Vasse have issued invitations to a W??,
held at the Embassy residence on La Cresta thiaeveninr
a. An thl occasion Dr. Ricardo Alfaro
will be decorated
"with the Order of the Legion of Honor.
3 G!o Tea
4Hii i f the Diplomatic Corps
J hold a tea Tnursaay at s p.m.
J ihe Golf Oub.
Qjtt of honor will be Mrs. An An-4M
4M An-4M Hernander, wifa of the Ambas Ambas-d'.'or
d'.'or Ambas-d'.'or of Honduras.
'tit Dlano Jacobs
r. f F. Hoti, Balboa H 1 g-h
f .'iool .principal, announced today
r Miss Diane Jacobs, Balboa
senior, has been awarded a Na Na-t
t Na-t ."ik Merit Scholarship.
The scholarship is one of 800 a -warded
to students selected from
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in 7 days j
Whn ya start uaicf Cuticura
Soap andOiatanent blackhaarta.
oily ahiaa, axtaraally cauaad
pimplaa and raabaa ara
aliavad. Yoor skin
oaks aoft, clear, radiant
Si 7 dayal Buy at
your favorite star.
162,000 of the best Students from
over 12,500 U.S. -high schools. The
.K.iirhio is a distinct honor in
that '.t is awsrded to about one
high school senior in every lSOff.
ah MHt Scholarshio is
four-year award, and Miss Jacobs
may attend any accredited college
in the United states ana pur.u.
ny corrse of study.
The selection of the merit
scholars is started by a high level
college aptitudo exam. The high highest
est highest srorers in each state are se selected
lected selected as finalists. '.-..Tho,. finalists
take the "Scholastic a p 1 1 u a e
Tert" of the couege jsjiiranci m-
sminauon eoaro., me
ists of this test oecomo quauue.
lor Ue Merit Scholarships. 1
The sUpend for each scholarship
awarded U based on each aschol-
Mirs Jaeobs, daughter of Mr.,
and Mr. Sol Jacobs oi rnm
City plans to attend Radcliff Col College.
lege. College. Mrs. Engel Returns v 1
Mrs. Natalia Engel returned to
day from a montn a wip to vne u u-!
! u-! niled States. She is president of j
! the Irving Zapp Co. and was la tne
! States on a combined business and
! pleasure tfip." '.,
Capt. And Mr. WU
; Leave Fser Vacation
rat and Mrs. Mortimer C, Hill
of Diablo Heights, and their two
Balboa Assembly No. 1
Hcdi Ooen Installation
: Assembly No. 1 Order of Rain
bow for Girls will hold open .in
stallation of officers tomorrow at
7:30 o.m. at the Scottish Rite Tem-
Joe Anne Barnes wiu oe install
ed as Warthv Advisor.
The publr is cordiauy invitea to
Mr. And Mrs. Kincaid
Leave On States
U.S. Marshal and Mrs. .' Josepn
L Kmciid are leaving this week
for a vacation in the States.
Dttrui top Marsnai a aosence
his duties -will be performed at
the Court by deputies wuuam ful fuller
ler fuller ard Peter Brennan. ;
Gives Binge Party
At Gorges Hospital
The American Legion Auxilia
ry undr tne nospitai cnairman-
shlo of Mrs. Mary E.- Becker
gave their monthly bingo party a
Gorgas Hospital at the Red Cross
Recreation itoom on weanesaay.
M iv t. Prizes consisted of hand
he-rhiefs, socks and toilet articles.
Refreshments were home made
cake, punch, candy and cigarettes.
Mrs. Dorothv Knox assisted Mrs.
Marv E. Becker in running the
(Continued on Pago 7)
tach aotise for iaclytiaa la tm
column should he submitted iav
tyat-writtoa fork and mailed 00
tho box number lilted daily la 'So 'Social
cial 'Social sad. Otherwise," or delivered
V hsnd to the Office. Notices or
mtstieas eaanot be acsoated br
Curyndu Women's Clue
The Curundu Women's Club will
: Foolish Parents Augment
Child's Wish To Conform-
in order that Kin nr .Tnnlnr
won:t be made to feel "different"
for even an hour nr an iMnlni
uuia its program meeting temor- pw are wuiing to give in
A lot Of narenta tArtv VinnMt.-l t.iirriffrt lnn.A nritlv:' i..,
ly feel that the o-reatoat. hurmi when he nhari tViafn i.r."
they can do their young children liids his age are driving, common
is make them- the least bit dir.' sense loses out. A : v""nui
icrens irom their crowd. 11 w parents know it is ridicul
This bra, desirned mrtlenlarlv tar .... uu ...x
eovered with a .-, fabrfe that erimlna aH ViS" CHp$
and rtltchea. Cup. are inatt.UnTtnbb'''
; A P
Lt. Albin of the Canal Zone rir
Dept. will speak on :rir Preven Prevention
tion Prevention in the Home and services ren-
oerea oy tne lr Department.''
. Members of ritff iuh
bers and other interesiJed persons
Engineers Moot 1
The Canal 7nn ianUtv r
irasiunai .ngmeers will bold Tit
second meeting "tomorrow at 4:30
p.m. in Jtne Board Room of the
nuiiuomraiion jjuiiainf at Balboa
The Slirnnaa at ihm I. 4.
l r ---- HWUl W
cicii pcriuanent oincers, adopt a
kv.'iBu.'iinvn ana oy-iaws, and to
coiiecr memoersmp dues.
All registered professional en pi
aeers and encineers-in training
i uf-iuKu ana urgea. to attend,
By ALICIA HART
NEA Boeuty Editor
SWEATERS, jerseys, sheer
blouses and silk- dresses are all
important to fashion this spring
And all of them take particular
care in tne choice of the bra and
slip underneath. ?
Curves tare dandy. But movie
star curves don't belong in an of:
iice wiu i arciy any place DUl m a
movie. Men who think J a y n e
Mansfield is the greatest wouldn't
dream of hiring her as a secre secretary.
tary. secretary. r ; TT.;
Keep this in mind, then when
you dress tor the office. A cash cashmere
mere cashmere sweater is a lovely Thing to
own and wear. But under it, put
a sweater ora, one that a v lined
with foam rubber v and; covered
with a seamless, smooth fabric.
Wear a full-length slip and pref-
eraDiy one witn a camisole top.
, In other words, wear a sweater,
by all means, but dont' wear it as
a means of emphasizing curves if
you really want to win the aoorov-
ing glances of .your co-workers, v
u you oon t own a sweater bra
nowr by. all means add one or twof
to your bra collection
High Court Reverses Conviction
Of ;Three Charged With Hiding Red
A woman Whose husband dies
does not automatically resume
her first name aiuch as "Mrs.
Sarah Brown." She continues to
be Mrs. John Brown so long aa
she remains a widow. And ahe
may resent having others aaaress
WASHINGTON.-liar 14 tVPt
ine supreme Court today re reversed
versed reversed the conviction of three
persons charged .with hiding Rob
ert (J. Thompson, bail-jumping
uommiiiusi leader, m a California
mruncan cabin in 1953, v
'j, j 't : '"'
The court ruled A-to-2 that FBI
agents acted illegally in aeizine
the contents of the cabin without
a sesrch warrant when they ar arrested
rested arrested Thompson.
The defendants Sidney Stein Steinberg,
berg, Steinberg, Samuel Irving Coleman, and
rs. Miriey Kremen will get a
new trial at which items seized
at the hide-out will bo barred as
In other major actions, the
Agreed to decide whether a
serv!eeman -may appeal to federal
t.a.;cablit near Twain -Harte,
Lam., in the- company of Cole
man, Meinberrjdra. Krtmen and
man named carl Ross.
Steinberg, f who- had been eon.
victed in 1951 with a frouo of
seeoiw-ainng ew York Com mu
Stick with dTE
HOLD COVERS on $choolbooKs.Tapo
boUs fight, keeps covert eeot, doae,
' ...insist 81
letters to ; her, ;; "MM. saran
irhiuitli mam has lnat hr.r huS
band she has not lost her right with 10 other Communist leaders
ta ase hksiM. ,' I1? lM. eonspirmg to advocate
courts when.be is given a less-
Refused to consider -a challenge
to Alabama's law forbidding most
ste employes to join unions.
Thompson was convicted along
Uaa Hxtaa attor
Ctaac cIm ta kia
Representatives: CU. ATLAS, SA-
Uh ras4 colored tapes ta It yard. rolls are
'4 1 Panama wtth ser'a oasnc and Baeeifiea-
- CU. At'na, A.
-C' S tuba Avenee
-s j-1 1 1 7 r. o. cex an
. t ' u
' t. t-m
Hi III l. ttHi, I M i
Toe Jukoo at different, tardea
tVaak vofetablcs are blended aato
tMa linn OVmk. rail kvxt aa
Ivoly ftavor, and Artve oa fca vtta
V-S giroa jrou the
the. violent overthrow of the gov
ernment. He fled., forfeiting
$20,000 bU. .after, tke Supreme
Court upheld the convictions in
fa 1953, Thompson was arrested
nists.fals was a fugitive' at the
Justices Harold H. Burton and
Tom C. Qark dissented from the
majority opinion overturning the
ronvicuon. Justice Charles ,'- E
wninaaar aid not participate.
ine question oi appealing cer-
tan military discharges ws
raised by John M. Harmon ; HI
of New York, who was given
"general discharge" from the
Army- in 1952 on ther basis of
alleged Communist front a ctlvi-
ties before his induction Into the
service. s v .. ; :
He contended his less than
honorrble release on security risk
grou'ias couic permanently dam
ge nis reoutation and earnma
capacity.. The court agreed to
consider wi.ether Harmon may
appeal the : Army's decision In
todeal court, r
me laoor case -involved an
Alabama law known as the Solo
mon Act. It provides that' most
state employes can be fired if
they join at junion. x
Ceerela Tech. Alumat
Meet Tomorrow. Night .'
The Panama fanrf rnat t
Georria Institute to Technology A A-lumni
lumni A-lumni Grouo will meat timnri-nu,
nignt uiir o ciock, at 1 1 Rancho
uaiucs. utneers for the coming
year wiu be installed and t h e
xruup win entertain their wives
ana guests witn dinner and danc
w. ist new officers are; Harry
vu, K'csmcm; noracio 'uiare,
vice-president, Ernesto de Diego,
treasurer; and James A. Brigman,
Lodge'Ne. 14 AFGE
Moots Tomorrow v
The Pacific Branrh at laAa
No, 14 of the American Federation
of .Government Employes will
ho'd its regular monthly meebhi
at isaihoa Service Center tomorrow
at 7:30 p.m.
The present status
affect'ng Federal emnlnvea n t
mose in ne canal Zona in parti parti-ciilkr
ciilkr parti-ciilkr heads the list of subjects to
' The Atlantic Branch of the Lodge
will meet at Margarita Service
uentor at 7:M p.m. on Friday.
and give ud..
. Junior parents know he ought
to be at home and off the streets
by av reasonablohour. But IX Jun-
loua for a girl who ha Just start-
ea to aate to go steady. But Sis
wias the argument with the Xld
pleft that., all the kids are goine
steady. Her parents re afraid to
3 -"Maybe they are, .but you
XV, Inghtenlng how many na
ior pieaas that al tho ptheri rental decisions today are mkdo
v.u. ju usu iubv uu uie, oasis oi KtDinB' a rhIM
&e"?e,fnd,thai thelr- Parenti'xrom being different from th
don't sit wp for them, Junior spon1 crowd. .
winahe argument i ,4P; Teen-agers" know this weak weak-Sis'a
Sis'a weak-Sis'a mother knows that- t. ... i- Ui "rfy'PrrT
husbann is worrvina. K.a"-r.v.: mu. iney
cant ave any money. But U Sis, And the. parents g
cutiuis every oiner gin in her
crowq, is getting a new formal
for cetrain dance, Mama can't
Dring herself to tell Bis she'U
nave to wear ine periecuy good
Darents arn on rfvin.
In more to their children so they
won't ever have to feel riiffrnt
in any way
Instead of helping', their chil children
dren children to grow out or their adol- i
formal she has hanging in the escent fear of hw
ClOSet. ., innf. -ir'-" ?."".'?
Junior'. parenU may flgur, to'S'cJ3
ian't responsible enough-, to betsame as all thV others cnua.tll
Beauty Tips For Panama Worsen
(PA-C). Renowned beauty ex
pert and, representative of, the
world famous French cosmetics..
Lancome, sold exclusively la
Panama by the Felix B. Maduro
Mademoiselle W Le6n will give
free advice on the latest oV
rancementa in make-up a n d
kto, care at Felix's main store :
from May 15 to May 21 1 from
:30 a.m. to-noon and 3 to 81
English or French.
consultations will be
In either finanlah
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Mile. EMILIA R. DM LION
De etlo Abale,;',-1- y
A special meeting of "Crupo In
dustrial de Rio Absjo" will be
held at the borne of W. C. McBar
nette 846 Rio Absjo, Thursday at
p.a. ... r
All members are asked
present on time.
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o Made to stay Activity Antiteptie
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Ike Laments Golf Game Weaker
Sinfce Suffering Heart Attack
GElTYSBURtt, Pa., May U
(if President Xisenhewor- la.
meniea toaay that nis golf game
hasn't .been t ."really good" since
he sufferec!. bis heart attack in
; Tfte President Volavarf mraunA
of golf at tbe Gettysburg country
tiuo snoruT aner Dutunf hi
weekend house suoit. iritlah
Field Jfarshal Viscount Montgom Montgomery,
ery, Montgomery, oa a plane for Washington.
After hittine several ; nraettm
drives between ISO and about .220
yards, : Eisenhower tossed a club
mu, nis i nag and remarked to
oyninoers : v .-- r -s v,.
. "Smce I've been sick, I have
never had a really good golf
Hie President normally shoots
in the high 90's. On occasion, but
not 'ately, he has been as low
as so. '.-.-''-.
The lsyoff during his illness
oresumably- .affected his game.
Eitennowef demonstrated Sundav
that he had made a good
recovery ; from his heart attack.
He Climbed ; briskly Up the 62
steps of an observation tower on
the Gettysburg battlefield without
once pausing for breath. '.
it was during .. the battlefield
tour that Eisenhower and Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery agreed the two Civil War
commanders at Gettysburg should
have' been "sacked" for some of
their. tactics. .The commanders
were Gen. Robert E, Lee for the
Confederacy and- Gen. George' C.
Mrsde for' the Union forces.
Their comment 'drew some pre pretests
tests pretests from members of patrfoti
orgamzationt, especially- Southern
defenders of Lee.
As he boarded vhis plane for
Washington, .Montgomery ob observed
served observed that he was scheduled to
speak later this week in Alabama,
"That-is to the South. wo
he asked. f ? 5
Vt .o,m i'rfU ,&.
Reporters assanxf bit H : wa
to the aouth of. Gettysburg anj
that- he probablv would kur frM
his Southern audience about his
criuciBiiL-oi US,' --(.
1 suppose so,"! he replied, "but
after all I am ?only a visitor."
Eisenhower is : scheduled to do.
livepa major! radio. television
speech tonight on his i t e e o r 4
peacetime bi'deet fof tth fiacal
year starting July l. i
the 1 President will renlv to
demands ', from both i Democrats
and Republicans for sizeable cuts
in proposed government spending'.
Mont oolf club hoi pone to
pot because noture took Its course.
VJEW t6itl May ii'fUPfi.'.
President Ngo Dinh .5 Diem of
Viotnsm said today his country
is strong enouEh to fiffht off an
.Commimist attack, until Southeast
Asia,' Treaty Organization forces
come to: tts. aid. 7-
Such teamwork of Vietnamese
and SEATO forces- could block'
any. Communist military invasion,
he said, even though the Commu
nisi Ncrth Vietasmese have an
army.' three times the size of his
forced. : v:,
. T f, I
v aw 'aiu vicuiam s present pos position
ition position is "something between cold
war .and hot war." .
New York roUed out its tradi
tional -red carpet, to aive the
SOyear-old yisitof a hero's wel welcome.
come. welcome. -Ngo was showered with
ticker tape in a parade up Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, to City Hail and -was guest
of honur at 'a lunch, given by
Mayor Robert F. Wagner. :
The President came here after
.state visit U, Washington, D.C,
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY f NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, MAT 14, 1957
o ci a I a n J Ot li e 'rw
Thursdays Atomic Tests To -Have
ess Fallout Than Previous Ones
Cores Waiter J,
upil ive -Repr
The seconci presentation of Do Do-ref
ref Do-ref e whites School of Daricing'a
10th annual recital "On With fhe
Show" will be held at the Balboa
Theatr ton'ght, at 7:30. .
far th Rhaw if
kiic iar ii&ulta -and SO cents .for
children, and tickets may be pur-
ffii Prnrprl will be donated
the Onal Zone Boy;, ana ,u i r i
n .4. a ,.,.t
USAF. Refuses To Allow Use
Of B-52s Accident Report
WASHINGTON "May 14 (UP) which Mnakes the apecific part Sisk
.rviviriol Air'Force men killec jys is "suspected" of causing al
, ha crashes of four B52V. from -iut crashes 2 V.'Mi"
Castle Air Force Base last "yew
wll riot be allowed to use officla
arrinpnt invptieation repvrvs i -' .' n -damage
suitfit was disclosed to- qut:oa involved as to the neces
' fh' Air 'Force "has1 ruled that which belongs to the people."
such report" are -"privileged docu- ,i realize that much defense in.
mmit"- and said'Jt would j "pro- formation must remain classi-
. litems niikt j .. ,..... t j .hint
JiH1' their suDmission 1 a uc, u ww, uui uu
ence'-in "fhyvlawsuit, or action the Air Force has given sufficient
"If t 1
B.' F."" Sislt (D-Caiii) nao
iked the service vo reieo w mji uui ijw jwuij
renorts to attorneys iryiraisu we jiuuuuu nn uc w
widowV of Castle airmen. He said as thu House Information Sub-
W100WS OI VaHB" rlllincLnmritti h.nrfoH h Rn John
10 tne AIT XOrFC.BCtic-ia. mu wawj iu tvu miw
' 'Doubt! If'- NKetsery ;.
ISisk Hid' he" "seriously -doubts"
th necessity of ..withholding the
information., ' '
" A member of the Air orceJfcg orceJfcg-Islatiye
Islatiye orceJfcg-Islatiye liair.on staff made the rul rul-i.
i. rul-i. in lpttpi- to Sisk.
"Tt e Air Force identifes an
aircraft" accident investigation e-
. a itM nITwV nflf'll IMtflll. 1U1
r u. s h Air Force., for
-flight safety purposes to prevent
...mi rpriirrencesi the olticer
said'r i tl;"'-:
'Fir this reason;' the Air Force
t CroniDllS U"5 i -- --
, nisio of aircraft accident Jnvw Jnvw-tition
tition Jnvw-tition : reports t as eyidence w
any law ault or 'actio for dam-
the investigation! .''r coriducted
in inch a manner m """""iT
' other ?sonnel who have knowl
edge- of the scciaeni w
!nd" accurate disclosure of thil
""TbU fu'n, free disclosure 1. t
sential ta tne success oi u
testigations; to the taww
cram and to fuffher if,,afety,
' Vis rCav. achieve. thUe,
fired lEeeaoni ;W aiscioyure .WrW-,
dividuall, it is essential that they,
b fiven assurance wai too bi bi-ttent
ttent bi-ttent which they make will not
' Bnd eannU be used against them
lit. ehril court action -or jimilar
- .matters." 'C". .,:?;
WMew l tvn ' i :
SUk, whw demanded a congres congressional
sional congressional investigation of tB-52 eon eon-strucUonfter
strucUonfter eon-strucUonfter the B-52' crashed
lict yeaf. had asked for the pin pin-loo
loo pin-loo on behalf of aft attorney rep rep-rer
rer rep-rer enting the widow of an officer
JdPed In the most recent crash
''lapt Nuv. sc.' "'"i't,i,
' The woman Is suing the aircraft
company f (Boeing) which 5 manu manufactures
factures manufactures the B-52 and another firm
. '-J.' J :'C'-"-t. (!''
In Urfasn Living
Predicted For US
. j-TT4rt'' U .4 a rTTPI tlntlt-
Ing Administrator Albert M Cole
today iedicted profound changes
In urbm -Lv ing in the next 15
Cole told the liquified Pefrole Pefrole-6m
6m Pefrole-6m las Association that heucop-
ter commuting and euperspeea ur urban
ban urban hif bwdvi 1 were near.
"About 15 "yean from iwW 'you
wi'l get Into your automobile,
insve onte one oi mm aupr
anJ withia 26.. SO, 40 minutes, you
turn off at an interchange and
rpu are heme, far from the Acen Acen-.
. Acen-. ter 6f he cfty," he said.
r "Your heme is in a suburb jn
fbf ctry brand new, along
with' wres ef others.' There are
Clusters of suburbs in all directions
as far as the eye can see."
.Kew super-highways, scheduled
for eonipletion between 1971 and
1975 under the new federal high high-tray
tray high-tray program, would provide 40, 40,-000
000 40,-000 rofles of high-speed highways
, .. m n.r P-nt of aU cities
f more thse 50,000 population, he
. t .
Sic!r ti 'nrJ H int.
sf:ed" with the. Air Forcer ruling.
r."V whs e -rt ; ieiir
reasons that this type of material
fails into that category." .'
sisk said tnat u tne air secre
'JiMITTrtM HarmnA Mov, 11
nuctaim Rnial Plnill in havintf
i.:. i i ; . i : Ji
m leave ius cuuiurynuriieui; -I
"I 'vish al'. Colombians could
nave tneir souis as ciean as
WACHTVfiTnN Sherman Ail.
nri Prirint Fispnhnwpr'i rhipf
White IIqusc aide, on proposed
r 4tilnV tVi mcicfnifiiHa ftt. the
cut in the vicinity of a billion and
W..l Willie- JaII... ..,111
flail tu Ittu uiiuuu uuufli a win
nnf intrfor vritli tk nualitv nf
fho raioaic inr th ahilitv i nf
the administration tol: carry; out
those aervices." '
- McALESTER. Okla, Nannie
Dcss the widow who v admitted
poisoningj fouf husbands, Oil her
me in prmun.
"Whn thpv ami nVinrt In the Itlt-
cheo I always offer to help out.
put uey-never lei me wori mere.
BBVKrrA Ttalf A Boliceman.
on the crash of sports car into
a crowd that killed 11 persons;
iTii. atMtieh watt mt hH th lf
wated very diffieuit t Wentlfy
lb, icflmsMir ,i
' yii,aawvvi wwr,
t e eaune iiTaiT in nnw rimsii naval
changed on the concept of age in
: "WhMi 1 toolr- command In Eu
:nw. was older than most of
the conmantung general or tne
CivU War.". : v5
r 1 1
fa : tt
$rill retrt indi
Ttlrrhioa J s
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WASHINGTON.' May 14 (UP)-
The Atomic Energy Commissioi
said today the atomic tests Desti
ning in Nevada Thursday will pro
diice less radioactive fallout thac
any domestic series since 1952.
- The commission issued a 16 16-pape
pape 16-pape statemei.. describing elabor elaborate
ate elaborate precautions being taken to pro pro-tect
tect pro-tect the public against radiation
exposure during the summer-long
"As- d result of improved con
trols and procedures." the state
ment aict, "radioactive fallout in
tbe urea around the test site is
expected to be even lower than
the levels which have resulted
rem previous tests in Nevada."
At leist one 'shot will be .fired
in an underground tunnel which
the A EC ; believes "will prevent
escape of radioactive materials in into
to into th. atmosphere."
Other explosions will be made
ivom anchored balloons iloating
50C to 2,000 feet' above the desert
proving grounds. Still others will
taice place on towers, the height
e i. i ... i .. .
ui wiuvn oas ueen exienaea up 10
The purpose of the elevated shots
is tj keep the atomic fireball
awav from the ground.- The AEC
sa'id relatively little fallout occurs
when dust and other surface par particles
ticles particles are not drawn into the
The statement was the latest ef effort
fort effort by AEC to reassure persons
in this coun'ry and abroad about
the sifety oi the tests.
The commission announced last
Fnd; y it had invited 47 nations to
send observers to the tests to fam
iliarize them .with safety proced
ures used dj tne united states.
It said every effort would be
made "tu hold public exposure to
fa 'lout as near' zero as possible."
In addition to improved controls,
it said, "only, devices of relative relatively
ly relatively low yield, or explosive energy.
w')l b? detonated during the se series."
ries." series." ,.,,,-t
The AEC. said average expo-
dres fh the United States "will
jo smjl in comparison with the
.;diatl n dosages normally re
vived from natural 'background'
adiation." In other parts of the
vorH, the fallout levels will be
It said none of the shots in the
ew series expected to pro pro-Juck
Juck pro-Juck as much fallout on the near near-)v
)v near-)v region as did some of the shots
in the 1955 teapot series."
Thousands of measurements tak taken
en taken sinre 1951 "have confirmed
I hut Nevada test fallout has no',
caused Hlness or detectable injury
to health,'.' the statement said. t;
To Be On June 8
Finals for the weekly Cafe Es Esquire
quire Esquire talent contest will be held at
the Atlanticfl Theater on June 8,
bringing together all the first
andV second 'place1 vinners of the
ebminations held up to then.
. Latest to qualify for the final
contest were Lawrence ; Ester
and the Whirls from Fort Kobbe
Ester and the Whirls were winners
in last Saturday's show at the Ca Cafe
fe Cafe Esquire. Ester with "Septem-
Lber Song" the Whirls with "Night
Owl came in one-two in a very
Others who have already quali qualified
fied qualified are Alfred C. Clarke, Leo Leonard
nard Leonard Anderson, Noel Copeland,
George Smith and Ivan Anderson
in the solo category. In the group
category are the Spotlights,1 True
Tones, Dewdrops and The Kings.
The final contest will be a mid midnight
night midnight movie-talent contest wahoo
night. Movie time will be 11 p.m.
Winners in both categories will
be presented to the general public
on Circulo Cuatro's June Show on
June 17. 1
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Tomorrow In Majors
NEW YORK, May
.1 ten major league teams today probably felt like
; a iranic vioraTor waning
i, ; j him a summons.
' Six clubs already have trimmed
-Ueir rosters to the required 25
.player limit, a United press
ujrvev revealed, but 18 more
tfias win roil Deiore me cui,-
i nrn HaA4HnA o f m i -in i Tri f tn.
. t a the National League, the
" 'Cubs, pirates, Giants and Phil-
. : i.:s completed transactions yes yes-r
r yes-r .'ujrday that enabled them to
. 'uare away their rosters 48
,..urs ahead of time. The Cardi Cardi-;
; Cardi-; ; ; sail must cut three players,
I!e Braves are two over the lim lim-4
4 lim-4 Miie the Dodgers and the
1 i .3gs each have one pink slip
..': 3 :iand out.
. lie Tigers and the Athletics
: ',t toe only American Leag'.ie
. .ms not faced with roster roster-ii
ii roster-ii miming worries. The Senators
.;i i the Indians each must cut
i 'I l-je players, the White Sox are
i j over, and the Yankees, Red
, f.nd Orioles one each.
.-i . n!y one game was played in
t."- 1 i iiajors ulonday the Sen Sen-,.
,. Sen-,. a:ors downing the Red Sox, 5-3,
4 night game at Boston.
' s off day enabled some of
' ? clubs to get a jump on the
I" s Giants reached the 25-
p'ayer limit by dumping four
t j and purchasing rlght-hand-
, j pitcher Stu Miller from Min-
.apolis lir the American Asso-
"iw on, southpaw John (Windy)
i Call was sold to San Francisco
1 1 tne Pacific Coast League;
"1 etcher Gordon Jones was op op-i
i op-i oned to Minneapolis, and out outfielder
fielder outfielder Bill Taylor and atcher-
mtlelder Bobby Hofman were re re-ict'd
ict'd re-ict'd outright to the same club.
" The Cubs purchased two in-i
tis picking up Bobby Mor-
. 2,an from the Phillies and ac acquiring
quiring acquiring Jack Littrell from Port Portend
end Portend of the P.C.L. At the same
'time, first baseman Ed Micxei Micxei-'kon
'kon Micxei-'kon and lnfielder Ed Winceniak
were sold to Portland;, pitcher
Dive Hillman was optioned to
the same club, and outfielder
i:ob Lennon -was released to San
Plego lh thfr P.Cjh Y
' t The Tigers askedr waiven on
',' first baseman Ed Robinson,
jjvho failed to make the grade
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14 (UP) A host of players
ior a pairoiman 10 nana
as a pinch -hitter after being
acquired in a big off-season
deal with the Athletics, He had
gone 0-for-9 in early-season
However, the Tigers will have
to release another player by May
25, when second baseman Frank
Boiling's national service exemp
tion expires. It is believed an
other lnfielder will be sold
traded by then.
The Phillies reached the legal
limit when Morgan was sold to
the Cubs, while the Pirates did
the same by selling southpaw
Bob Kuzava to Columbus and op-
tioning catcher Danny Kravicz
to the same International League!
Ted Abernathy allowed only
four hits in picking up his first
victory of the season at the ex expense
pense expense of the Red Sox. Herb plews
collected three hits and knocked
in two runs to lead the Washing
ton attack. Ted Williams went
hitless In three official at-bats
and dropped into second place in
the American League batting
race with a .403 average.
The Redlegs, back home aft
er an all-victorious 12-game
road trip, entertain the Phil Phillies
lies Phillies tonight, while the Dodgem
are at Milwaukee and the Gi Giants
ants Giants at St. Louis in other Na National
tional National League night games. The
Pirates were at ChJcago for a
In the American League, the
Athletics are at New York, the
White Sox at Washington, and
the Indians at Baltimore in
night games. Detroit at Boston
was a day contest,
NEy YORK Kingmaker won
Lie Grey Lig Handicap at Jamai
ca, settira a new track record for
ia mile and one-eighth.
BRESCIA, Italy Marquis Al
nbonso de Porta go drove his Fer Ferrari
rari Ferrari recinp car to disaster, killing
nimspif, jus American co driver
and niny spectators, while com
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1,000 mile sports car race.
One quick coat
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Great Double Programi
Rory Calhoun In
FLIGHT TO HONG KONG
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Hueh O'Brien In
(Based on 50 Official at Bats)'
Player and club K ab r h pet
Robinson, Clnci 21 91 20 36 .396
Hoak, Cincinnati 23 76 16 29 .382
Aaron. Mil. A 1V6 Z l JSIV
Musial, St. Louis 22 92 12 34 .370
Groat, Pitts. 24 96 13 35 .365
Bowman, Phila. 24 84 15 30 .357
Dark, St. Louis 21 92 18 32 .348
Adcock, Mil. 23 83 13 28 .337
Temple, Cind 23 84 19 28 .333
Folles, Pitts. 23 67 7 22 .328
Williams, Boston 20 72 17 29
- Power, K.C. 16 56 10 23 .411
or DeMaestri, K.C. 23 59 11 22 .373
Bertoia, Detroit 23 78 8 29 .372
Fox, Chicago 21 80 17 29 .363
Simpson, K.C. 25 9 16 34 .354
Wertz, Cleve. 22 77 12 27 .3511
McDougald, N.Y. 22 &4 12, 28 .333
Mantle, N.Y. 22 72 16 24 .333
Sievers, Wash. 27 103 19 34 .330
i Aaron, Braves 9
Moon, Cards .'. 6
Mathews, Braves 5
Adcock, Braves 6
Sauer, Giants l
Crowe, Redlegs .......... 5
Williams, Red Sox' ......
Sievers, Senators ........
Sklzas, Athletics ........
RUNS BATTED IN
Aaron, Braves ............
Doby, White Sox
Williams, Red Sox
i ? i W
Trucks. Athletics ... 5
Sanford, Phils. ..... 4
Narleski, Indians v.. 3
(Nine tied wltn 2-0)
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,- ON THE SCREEN;
Double Feature In Vista Vision
and Technicolor I
Debora Kerr in
"THE PROUD AND
Martin and Lewis hi
Showing at Your Service
Center Theaters Tonight
BALBOA Motion Pictures
Cancelled: DORESE WAITES
fOn With The Show" T:3 ptri
DIABLO UTS. 1:M
rREBEL IN TOWN
RUN FOR THE SUN"
"MAN FROM DEL RIO
MARGARITA :15 t:H
flVUABr OF BROADWAY"
PARAISO :15 7:35
"RIDING SHOTGUN" and
SANTA CRUZ M5 l:2B
(CAMP BIERD :1S 7:45
"Rock Around The Clock"
Jim Coates Hurls
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. (fJEA Telephoto)
DOWN AND OUT During the running of the relays, an un unidentified
identified unidentified Sylvan High School athlete, collapses on the track
after completing his lap In a track meet at Atlanta, Ga. Be Before
fore Before the Sylvan trackman could be moved, an unidentified
Fulton High runner (rear) came up with-a ''Charley horse"
. and had to limp off the track.
learns W L Pet.
Cincinnati ... 16 7 .696
Milwaukee . 16 7 .696
Brooklyn ... 13 9 .591
Philadelphia -.13 10 .sfis
StLouis , 11 n
. New York ... 10 14
Fcvchlcaifo ..... 7 l
Pittsburgh . 6 18
Brooklyn at Milwaukee (N)
New York at 8t. Louis (N)
Philadelphia at Cincinnati -N)
pittsDurgn at Chicago
Jim demaret Wins
Arlington Open For
Own Birthday Gift
HOT SPRINGS. Ark. (UP)
Jimmy Demaret earned a prema premature
ture premature but healthy birthday prize
Sander as he birdied" his way to
a 5-under-par 67 and the $20,000
Arlington Open golf championship.
Demaret. from Kiamesha Lake,
N.Y.. picked up $2,800 for his 276,
only a stroke better than -five oth
er pros, who finished with 277 and
took home $1,320 each.
Demaret. who turns 45. next
week breered through the final
day with fix birdies and one
bopey. whistling and Joking with
the faUery all the way.
Bunchd behind Demaret with
277s wrrn Johnny Palmer of Tulr
a, Okla.; Jack Burke, also of
Kiamesha Lake: Billy Maxwell of
Odessa, Tex.; Mike Souchak of
Gn.winrer. N.Y., and. Lloyd
Muigrum of Apple Valley, Calif.
DRIVE -1 N
J St TODAY J;S
. Ross Tamblyn 1b I
Rose Tamblyn 1b
' $1.10 per Car!
Jack Canea ta
. TWO CUX LADY
New York ..
, TODAY'S GAMES (
Chicago at Washington (NJ
Cleveland at Baltimore (N)
Detroit at Boston.
Kansas City at New York (N)
Washington 021 ooi inn s a t
Boston 100 000 0203 A J
Abernathy (1-3) and Berberet
Nixon (2-1). Susce. Mlnarr.ln
Only game scheduled.
lcal specialists began a series of
exhaustive tests and examina examinations
tions examinations today to learn the reason
wny Cincinnati first baseman
Ted Kluflsewski Is unable to play
Headed by neurosurareon Dr.
James L, Poppen, a team of spe specialists
cialists specialists started their examination
of Kluszewskt at New England
Baptist HospitaJ a few hours
after he arrived by plane.
Kluszewskl was hi rood spirits
as he entered the hosDltal hut
shrugged off the Questions of re
porters regarding his physical
His back ailment, described a-
mong other things as a "slipped"
disc, has idled the power hitter
aespite ine frequent efforts of
Hospital authorities said there
was no definite plan for treat-
mem or surgery on the home
run-feitting Redleg star. They
said a decision on his condition
and the steps necessary to cor
rect it was not exoected lor aev
Harry Hoffman: Cods
Uay Lourt Crown I
ST. PETERSBURG.' Fla. fUP)
Harry Heffmaan of
oeipria beat W. E. (Slew) Hester
of J'cksoa, Miss., 4-2, a-2. Sunday
to caprare the sincjes- title in the
national seniors clay court tennis
championships. f -. - (
Koffmaen Is a strict egetsrian'
ami m smoker, while Hester ia a
nre steak eater and a smoker o
12 rirrs a day. K was Hoff Hoffmann's
mann's Hoffmann's superior control that kept
Hfiter hoppirg from one side of
IV rout U tbe ether and netted
the r&ilsdelphiaa aa easy victory.
Hester tot a measure of re-'
vr whee he teamed with AVx
i'for4 of Memphis to win the
Jxb'es titW- with a 4-4. -4 ric ric-'r
'r ric-'r tvr Hoffmann an4 Huh
Q ;r iU U rhilade!jb4.
W L Pet. GB
. .14 7 .667
, 14 8 .636 V2
. 13 9 .591 IVs
. 13 11 .542 2Yi
, 12 13 .480 4
. 11 13 .458
. 9 13 .409 54
v;u7119,.f .269 9y2
Richmond rTlD GO
NEW YORK, May 14 (UP)
The Richmond Virginians, paced
oy tne Dniuant pitcning oi Jim
uoates. own a one-same lead in
tne international League today.
uoates. wno naa a mediocre 6
12 record with the Vees last year,
won his filth game without a
loss, as Richmond defeated Ha
vana. 6-2. last nleht The victo
ry, scored over Cuban starter
Francisco Ramirez, was the
sixth In, a row for Richmond.
Columbus rallied for six runs
In the eighth inning to beat Mi-
firnt i in-T inri Hjrniillna
from first place. Ken Toothman,
making the Ions lumn from Class
. w vuuw lug
A ball, hit a grand-slam homer
as the Jets overcame a 6-4 dis
advantage, i 1
A home run by John Rosebo-
ro proved the decisive hit as
Montreal upended Buffalo, 4-3.
BUI Harris won his. third game
against two losses lor the Roy Royals
als Royals while Glenn cox suffered his
iirst loss after two wlnsi'. i
Toronto ana Rochester" were
Montreal 010 111 0004 10 2
Buffalo 101 000 0013 12 0
Harris, Wala (9) and Rosebo Rosebo-ro:
ro: Rosebo-ro: Cox. Wooldridee 17). Brad
ford (9) and Astroth. WP: Har
ris. LP: Cox. HR: Roseboro.
Havana 000 000 2002 6 1
Richmond 003 001 02x 6 11 0
Ramirez. Cuellar (4). Heard
t,- uuecne ) ana izauierao
Coates ad Chitl. LP:'Ramlres
r. Rubber Match la -Inttrtcholattic
inursaay arternoon at two o'
clock tae Junior College will play
host' to Cristobal High School and
ua'Doa aigb school in the Balboa
In the previous two matches the
Junior College Green Devils- andj
the Cristobal Tigers have been vie
torioua : in the boys' comnetitionL
In the girls', division .the Cristobal
Lames, nave swon pota matches
and thus already have cinched the
Play in the men's division will
be keen as a win for the Colleae or
for the Tigers will give them the
championship a, win for the
toothless Bulldoss will throw .. the
league Into a three way tie.
ine probable line-up for the
College will be: I
Boys-Joe Cicero, Dave Hilllard,
Mike Nahm&d. and Gil Smith. Col
lege alternates will be John Rey
nolds ana juick. Green. Girls An
gela Lee, Lynda Malone. Anita
Schneider and Jean Brewer. Line
ups for the High School teams is
lassified information at thist ime.
Team : W
Rock n' Roll Leaders 2
The Diablo Devils ... 2
Bulls Eyes .i 3
Kool Kau .......... 1
The first place club. Bulls
Eyes, enjoy a one point lead due
for the most part to the. excel
lent Quarterback of Jim Farns-
wortn. in aaaition in selecting
the best play In trying situations
Jim aiso leads the league in
toucnaown passes. He has com
pleted four passes '' for TD's.
Farnsworth's favorite receiver
has been John Joyner who has
accepted three six-point heaves
In the running department
Sklppy Leadbetter of the Diablo
Devils, tie for second place. Is
tne leaaing point maker. He has
eon over for seven touchdowns,
Other passing aces In the league
are Jim Stalllngs with three TD
passes ana John Carlson with
four TD passes. Pass snatchers
Bob Corrlgan and Dick Levee
have scored five and three TD's
Many thrilling passes and runs
have been witnessed by the spec spectators
tators spectators at the Diablo" Stadium.
Many more are In store for touch
football fans who venture out
Diablo way. Games are played
dally at 3:15.
ROME Mervia Rose, gained
the finals of the Rome tennis
championships, taking three of
five sets from Lew Hoad. and
handing his fellow Australian his
third straight tournament defeat.
DARLINGTON. S.C. Glen
(Firebam Roberts pa shed his!
lord at nearly 108 miles per bou
to win fhe first Rebel 308 mile
convfTtiMe stock csr race 'at the
Today Encanio .25 .75
' WAHOO! II 15-M
Richard Wldmark In t
. THE LAST WAGON.
RebbMM C ef C IsUn4
Chip. 13 14
"TRAIL TO ALCATR-iZ
-SOUTH OF CALTTNTE
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
Enters Second Round
The first round of th iost Tn.
vciub mviiauonai. watch Tourna
meat at summit tuus Golf Club
was completed Sundav. Cm .1
ahst Dayna Dollerschell v iim.
uiaiea irora tne cnampionshin
flmk It, P -as n r
AUftui uj o. incuruwan v oik the
last hole; Tony Jankusff who also
snot a u in tne auaiifviiiff rnrmrf
ant Taai Pensma'. i'
ler. and 1. ,t ,
ov- vhuk u4ua juauiiL'a mm.
Women's medalist. Ethel Pran.
tie, also failed to survive the first
rouna losing tor 'Connie Bishop.
one down. There were only four
defaults in the first round. One of
these was by Jim Riley who had
to default to Pres Trim because' of
a sore wrist. There was no rea reason
son reason given for the other defaults.
for the most pirt the matches
were close -; There were several
lopsided matches but these can be
attributed to one -player having a
hot round while the other had a
bad day. The best scores of th
first were turned in by Jack
ournn ana Jiony jankus, both in
the championship flight. T hey
both came in with one over par
7ls. Smith shot his 71 a g a i n s t
yiung uave tirennan and he need
ea it to win 2 and 1. Jankus fired
his against Maurey Muller who
ne oeat ny tne mc score. i
jne real batties were in t h
women's flights. SpecificaUy in
the lower bracket of the first flight
where a total of 129 holes were
needed to decide four matches. To
nl Fears defeated, Mo. Williams, 4
uu ijou notes, uiuabeth Weh
er eliminated Irma Mularkey. 4
ana a in 33 holes and B. J. Nelson
fueeked. past Helen Owens 2 and
1 in 36 holes. In the fourth match
Which went the recmlAtinW i ki.
Peg Montanye defeated Mac Sul Sullivan
livan Sullivan nn nn f
livan one uo,
The second round matches must
be completed by May 19 at six in
the evening.; Matches can be ar arranged
ranged arranged for any time this r week.
The official starting 1 1 m e" for
matches Is 9:30 Sunday morning
unless another time can be agreed
upon. Players' Who remain In the
tournament are invited to 'use.the
oumnui course ror pracUce rounds
wiuiout vnvme tne iiaimi
' The narlnci fnr. th
tit and the reiulti of th fi.t
4VUUU XUUUW; 3-''..-
. ChamploiMhlp Flight
lOnv Jinlrna Hfo.trl
muuer, j ana I
Tommv Jacki wnn frnm JT w
Wysocki. hv riofanlf
Jack smith defeated Dick Drn-
nen, ana 1 .'.
" H. Jaggers defeated Paul
jnuran, i up, Ul-noies .1
C. S. McGowSn n.n.
Dollerschell. 1 un. -
Jim Hinkle defeated Len Col Col-lett,
lett, Col-lett, 3 and 'y.--''i 'y-,
George Riley defeated Cal Riggs
2 and 1 '- 's -;.; .,
Pres Trim won from Jim Ri Riley,
ley, Riley, by default ;,
First Flight V
Upper Bracket VI
S. I. Schlegal defeated AI Saari Saari-nen,
nen, Saari-nen, l up . ,.
R. H. Collins defeated, D. K.
rown, l up .-, .- .. K .-.
BiU LeBrun won by default frbm
r. s. reel s
Vince Lumbroia defeated Jim
DeiLondes, 4 and : ..
.' Lower Bracket
Gene Askew defeated Frank
Day. 1 un "-:
Jack Hammond defeated Jack
Lally. 3 and 2
Havey Beali defeated J.T. Doug'
lewics. 7 and
Marv Chadwick defeated H. E
Donovan, 4 and 3
1 -V' Upper Bracket
Perantie. 2 and 1- v
Bart Elich defeated A. R. JTJinc,
4 and 2
Walter Grow defeated T. E
Spencer. 5 and 4 :
B. Duffus defeated w. A. Rog
era. 3 and 2 -.
J. M. Stuart defeated R.
Forbes. 3 and 2
Howard Can defeated J.K. Hud-J
son. 1 nn
Ted Jordan defeatea Jim, Boy a,
3 and I
s Third Flight
T 'Upper Bracket
W. A.. Hope defeated Dewitt
Myers. 5 and 4
H. M. Thomas defeatea J. A-
Bachellor, 4 and 3
Ken Bennett defeatea r. J. Hr
ringston, 1 up
P. M. BeU defeatea Ben Sula-
man, 1 np
Lower Bracket -
C A. 'Arman defeated Dlek
Soyster. 3 and 2
J. W. Xirkley defeated J. E.
Thompson, 4 and 4
S. u Henry defeated w.T. Jami
son, S and 4 -
R. A. Davidson defeated J. F.
Cain, I and 1
. Uooer Bracket
Walter Parker defeated X
Davis. 4 and 3
J. M. Terry defeated M. V. But
ler, 9 and 4
Don Parr defeated Jobs Mont
anre, 2 and 1 i
Charlet Sorrell e'efested W. H.
EssUcger, 1 vp
K. L. Eivin debited R. K. Ha-
nrd, 1 v? 21
: Fred Hayes defeated : Dick
golf, 3 and 1. ,-J.
J. ,-J. G, Gavras defeated J. R.
Smith,-! up o - 7
R. L. Hughes defeated- RandV
Waites, 1 up
- ' Fifth Flight
' Upper Bracket
'W, D; Goodwin defeated
Griffin Jr., 5 and 4,
Steve Bissell ; defeated
Coogan, I up :
.R, D. Reece defeated Print n. V
nz; 2 and 1
J. L. Spaulding won from J. C.
Kelvin by default
. Lower Bracket
5. C Lincoln defeats k a t.v.
ion, 4 and 2 h
w- LaChapeUe defeated J. E.'
Walbndge, 3 and 2 1
" John Salterin AettatA
Kaplan, 3 and 2 ,
Bud Coleman defeated A. j tfu
win, s and 5
Connie Bishop defeated Ethel
Perantie, 1 up .
' Ruth Lincoln defekted i Mary
Biggs 4 and .3 ?p?;w.-r:( : -a v-v?
V Katie Call defeated Marg Lund.
? -Bev.DiIver defeated Bernice Da-
vis, 2 and 1 ? v-,
:'sdy- Lower Bracket '.
" Sylva Carpenter defeated Pearl -"
Trim, Z and 1, 27-holes-
n Ruby Kruger defeated M a r g e
Sewell .3 and 2 ?v, : S:. 't
v Louise Jones v defeated '-t r n
Jones, 3 and 2 V.
; Bobby Hughes detested Eve t
Wright, 2 up i .fr,-;. -,-yiy J
N? -'.; Firtt Fliokt i y
Carol Perantie defeated Del Pe- ;
ters, e and 5 j f
WUma Riley defeated
Garsche. 1 un 1 ;
Martha Bruster AeUaieA rtamia
Henderson,. 7. and 4 t;iXy
LaNelle Xosan defeatad m
vfj.iv Lower Bracket-"
Ton! Fear dafatil U.
llama A mnA 9 4?.hnU. ...
Elizabeth jWeber defeated Irma
Mularkey, 41 and l.-holes
Owens, 2 and Ir38-holes .'' v
Ftg Montanye defeated Msc Sul
Vvan, 1 up vV:.V..'.v .';'';'''
I- Pairings for Quarter-Finale i
LZ fChemplomhip Flight f
f; y:,i Upper Braeket c :
Tony Jankus fi Tommy1 Jacks
Jack Smith vs J. H. Jaggers
A -owr Bracket y :
, C. S. McGowan vs Jim Hinkle .
George Riley vs Prea Trim :
;,;:; "-First Flights -'.
Upper. Bracket ;t
IvSchlegsl vs R. H. Collins
, ; Bil LeBrun vs Vince Lombroia
r Lower Bracket
Gene Askew vs Jack Hamond
- Harvey Beall vs Marv Chadwick'
-t, .,;-;- Second Flight ,
H. S. Engelke vs Bart Elich
Walter Grovfvs Gus Kostk '' fr
' i' Lower Brocket r
B. Duffus vs J. M. Stuart V
Howard Carr vs Ted Jordan i -;
- Third Flight
w a Upw Bket
W. A. Hods va vr. vr n..-:. : ..
Ken Bennett vs P. M? BeU
. -ewer Bracket y
C. A. Annan vs J. W; Klrkley
S. L. Henry vs R. A. Davidson
Fourth Flight -.
', Upper Brocket -Walter
Parker vs J. M. Terry, M
Don Parr vs Charles ScorreU
K. L. Bivin vi Fred Hayes
J. G. Gavras vs R. L. Hughes
- Fifth Flight "
, Upper Bracket
W. D. Goodwin vs Steve Bissell 1
R. D. Reece v J. L. Spaulding"
. Brocket .-"..
S. C. Lincoln vs W. R. LaCha-
peile ."- ; v. .... .
John Salterio vs Bud Cole mas
" Wematr-a Champlrwhp I
.; Upper Brocket ' H
Connie Bishon no) ti.
JtaUe Can (3) vs Ber Dilfer (IT
Sylva Canntr n :
Louise Jomi ail m.
Hughes (18) "V"' ?
, First Flight
, Bracket W,
Carol Pranti. rM wn.
Riley (27) 7 "T"
vMartha Rrnat na t.t.ti. i 4
Logan Lower Bracket
Along The Foirwaysr ; 1
; rw a A New,4
the Panama Women'. Golf As-
May 18 kt Fort Davis. Thia will aW :
Wjmen I Isthmian Hi.i...
Tournament to be held soon.
Paldnrs wIl ttm m,j.
Davis Saturday momirg. Bcaue
. .vr r?ceivirt permiiii.-Ti
sheets did not reach th !, v.
that .n advance line-up eo-v-i r-e
Fl"ers w.II reewve th r r
the r,-n-':ct Tor-a
t ri c c-t.
TUESDAY, MAT 14, 1957
fiamakan Girls Pipy at Panama
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Sf ad i um fioffl'ght.
THE OLD PHO
GOT WfrB TO THS
FACT ThSE'5 MOQ
TO CATCH TNAM
GOOD AS HE if..
Mfc THE f5, NA
1' WHO xewt V'V't,ir--V
" V MAfrTERCUL JOB V w-. ? VvT
' ' V rnt ACS WHITS W fJ.,'J
' Baseball Is sick, real skk a
for lt. conduct iTfc;;trB that dei
k. a.nri it has to fet worse. .It way ,.
inevitably follows Inertia. J.! Vwtorlctorea as Connie
Certainly 1ft. a business whe'isuchlstoric MW
Mack's A's and the Bttouis
geographical stability ot
Something is obviously
versatlon we had Vlth comm
We got the impression the comrau wu
played a'vallable in ..wS'SlSrSb can
sol at or
. ol the
m .k.n rAiiiPintr T.nc nuiuii
.lwlls w4Txri 1
Hoeraiise w.e T
which, by the eon.u.::
ball presumes rerer w
the mojw -v-.;,ft
moded. Ha he suffered a change of mind?
THE RACKET TOUCH
Baseball has aiwy uku ----f jt, -rely has a sur-
luck can auch an outfit ever hope 1 to VJzu to win
Under such clrcumsUnces it is of course, lmpossiDie w wi
populous fan support.
ether day was most nneiy otwu j -vrr V--i7i .rtifirii
can't-Imagine- the Griffith legatees beUeve this atenclled artifice
till Xooli thr fan,.. Cookie Lavagetto Just came cheaper,, that
Contrary to popular libel, thereare
ueeeuful,. bteUigent men in baaebaU. Why these .men, the
.-k- n.i.iJ! .ihaiK t &1. unction bv Inaction ton-
ir.7A7 Lvi.w 1. l thlr other enterprises, would be
wifUy and vlgirously eradicated,
to 400 player, when in their day, It wa, demonstrated that 40
were more tnan aaequaie7 . ,K
t Where is the equity in a baseball law which -enable, a club
to keep a prospect in the minors seven years, during which time
he U denied an opportunity to try his skills with any other big
league team? '
t it nt urtw vidnt that the practice of. packing a
imdarv club" ith ton-flight ellitlbles Is a calculated scheme to
defeat the draft and if thU doe, not constitute fraud, how
would the owner, like to define It?
Baseball needs more than a modernized, liberalized pro program.
gram. program. It also need, a reexamination of Its ethical concept. 1
' UNCERTAIN FUTURE
It Is possible that the impact of TV-radio on fan habit, and
elub economy is such that we arc never again to know baseball
tn it, pre-war form. In time, perhaps the network, will take
orer clubs, lock, stock and Ballantlne blast. j ''.,"
Even now some owe their solvency largely to broadcasting
fees. The Giants, for one. The Senators, for another.
But rerardless of the form, the presentation of baseball
eventaallr takes, there eaa be no excuse for delaying reforms
and refinements, s tTfee.lv necessary.
Havln all but killed the minor by indiscriminate broad broad-easting,
easting, broad-easting, the rraiors subscribed fSOO.noo to keen them alive or
was it to provide a decent burial? We trust thev have exercised
the same forethought with regard to their own future. -'
w.- r-dr b5rlell ta
-- f1 L-T fan dinar a, such a
tLtntULbtJ room Jor,
to terms of 1900. W musi
' v.,:.- l
tens have been taken to "modernize and
.Men the came to played and
jmisrion is ridiculously oui-
-r ,d. 0r dld the owners
- u do0med to the
iwo more year, ; to llvefour; at
hv the Bet-by. or short
chuck Dressen a, manager toe
ha always been beyond, our
rlnh fa nennitted to hold title
The Jamaica Pioneers Cub, girl
Softball team, fresh, from a 9 to
7 victory over the formidable
Gisoombe nine at the Colon bta
dium Sunday, will cross the Isth-
mus this evening for their
at the Olympic stadium at 7:30.
The Jamaicans, apparently
better acquainted now with local
playing conditions and more ac acclimated,
climated, acclimated, unleashed a barrage of
base : hits against the Atlantic'
.-1 1 C -J I UlMa.l'
Biucrs auuu; iuuraui, ouunui
evidence of the ability to make
they get g,oing. . ,
.nVl r. iS.
pushed across six merkers. .
r ; .' V.-jiinJ
Five innings of outstanding
WI.ln. fc V..n. Hill
DM line cuirui una unuwu
cbange-up, sunauea ine strong
Giscombe outfit..: However, two!
costly errors that put ner u
trouble and caused her removal
from the mound. She was shift
ed to second because of her bat
tlnr ability, and Violetta Thomp
son, the regular secona-sacRer
took over to save her the win.
The regular team and batting
averages are Constant Betty, o,
.296: Mavis Brown, lb. .500: Dor-
rell. lfi .375: Gloria Hinds, cf,
.400 Monica Powell, rf .300;
Eleene raruns, ss, .350; lxireua
Smitn,",D, .310: ana vioietta
Thompson, 2b, .300. : v
'Good Look' At
Store s Retina
CLEVELAND, Ohio, May 14
(UPJ-a-The question of whether
Cleveland pitcher Herb Score will
resume hl baseball career may
be'antfwered: todayif "physicians
"get a good iook" at the retina
in, nis injured ngnt eye. ; -,
. Si .'';' '' '.., .. ,.'"-,'
Doetors, headed by Cleveland
specialist Dr.' Charles Thomas,
continued to issue optimistic
medical reports yesterday aft-,
er partially viewing the retina.'
' After the examination Dr.
Thomas ; revealed that Score
would have full peripheral vision
in the ye.,- ,'s
"Whether hell haVe full vlsi
can be determined only after we
get a good look at the retina,
he said. "We: may get a good
look at the Important center por portion
tion portion of the retina today."
After the examination Mon
day, the bandage was removed
from Score's left eye which was
not damaged when Score was
struck in the face by a batted
ball last Tuesday. However, he
was fitted with a pair of black,
pln-bpled glasses, ;; :5 N.
"He can't get too much light;
.through those tiny psa holes
so we don't have to be so care careful
ful careful about the light :. hurting
him anymore," Dr. Thomas ex-
The nhvsiciah said that If the
retina was not detached and no
complications, developed. Score
could be out of the hospital in a
week or 10 days. -, ,1'
, FRESNO Cslif.. M,v 14 OJP)
- Little Max Truex. in the wake
of an amazing distance perform
ance Tor an American, saia ioaay
thkt he would like to run In
Europe thi summer against the
best "5.000 and 10,000 meter spe
cialists. '- J-r v ':' M
The 21-year-old, five-foot-five
Southern California junior
knocked an unbelievable 8.3 see see-onda
onda see-onda off his own American mark
foi 5 000 meters in the West
Coast Relars Saturday night And
while doing tt also set 1 new u.b.
mark for three miles at' 3:47 A
Truex was timed in 14:14.5 for
tnt 5.000 meters against his mark
of 14:22.8 iet last year.
Truex wrnt the only record-
am a aher on the card Saturday.
Bobby Morrow ran the 100-yard
dash iP 9 en a damp tracn, men
r?n the anchor lap on the 440-
tird fprint relay team as Abilene
Uinsttan tiro ue .woria marx 01
3J set earlier this year by
The shew stopper was the med-
W relav anchor mile laps run by
Jerome Walters of the winning
lut An ,ele Strikers, and Don
E-iwdea of 'California.
A new world mark was set in
event at 9:42 knocking T 6
condf off a mark set by Kansas
Tt mieht not seem too,
eiciung except for a never-te-be-i
lo'gwttea mile effort by Walters
' Tbey receved their talons to-
By Cohrado Sargeant ;
Several iockevs wem suSDend-
ed, two five-dollar fines were
meted out and four horses were
set down over the weekend byl
vigilant trade stewards. ;
Amat. which eoi left in Sat
a mwu rtoSr
- u;pwa" Rlven 10ur
urday's first race with sandino
Trainer Hugo de la Penha Was
fined $5 for using colors not list-
- race? jVkeAmaJ Crldii
; rtin Ten' nlsn flnprt R ftr rni nn
to ride Miss Patience with the
correct colors in the same race.-'
Jockey Leonardo . Gutierrez,'
who gave Portal ? glaringly'
week and incompetent ride in'"'
saturaays tnira race, received
a six-month suspension to ac-,
quire more ridinr skill. -
meet, off for crowding Tlburon
U.I11II0 Rodrltnipr ni wim, mv
'Friend in Saturday's sixth race.
Bare Royftl (Alejandro Ycazi
enth race on Saturday, Was
suaD!nderi f0B Aav. plfiftpe
Amado Credldio up) got 15 days
aft4lp ,mni. miiflV in th
Kiroga-lVirgilio Castillo liin)
bled' during the running of Sat Saturday's
urday's Saturday's ninth race. He was plac placed
ed placed under the care pt the track's
Few penalties were dlshed'out
for' Sunday's races.
Love', Girdle got 15' days for
Question Marks Pile Up
As Pennant Races Run Hot
By STEVE SNIDER
NFW YORK,JMays14 J.v(UP)-t-The
races : are hot but the .. que,
tion-marks are piling up and a
handful of key men spread among
the top. contenders' can -make -a
whale of a difference in the 1957
Right at the top are Don New New-combe
combe New-combe and Roy Campanella of the
Dodgers, two veterans the Brooks
need urgently in top form. .,
1T--.I.,'. : KU ;
f For the Braves it's second base baseman
man baseman .Danny'. 'O'Connel, who has
had more tha his- share,-' of
knocks from-the critics. The Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs ma be reeling unless George
Slrowe. continues as. a. .passable
ubstitutev lor;'ttieT Injure ; Ted
, la the Americaii League, there
are 'question-mark Don Larsen of
the Yankees. Gene Mauch of the
Red Soxi Herb Score and Roger
Maris oi the Indians, jack rim
lips of the White Sox and Ray
Boone ox tne ngers,
That list doesn't mean a thine
if the "big men" like Mickey
Mantle, Yogi Berra, Frank Rob
inson, iea wiiiiams, name Aaron.
Al Kaline and Duke Sider fall
flat but the ormal. expectnacy is
they won't,'. J U? 4
Newcombe' "ordinarily would be
listed with those big men yet
there's a vowing doubt about the
strapping right-handed pitcher de despite
spite despite the recent rebuttals insisting
he's no choke, up burler as often
charged, -' 1
. ' '"''. ': .' ''.,'.'
At this time a year ago, .New .Newcombe'
combe' .Newcombe' was off winging on a 27-
virtory campaign that brought
him the National League's 1 Most
Valuable Player award. However,
his mis-adventures in the world
Sries and in Japan, blamed on
a sore arm. may, be tied in with
hl shaky start this spring. v
"Without Newcombe winning
big.' said Birdie Tebbetts of the
Redlegs, "that Brooklyn pitching
doesn't look so tough to me."
And without Roy Campanella
b'azing away with base hits- on
bis best style.. Brooklyn's attack
isnt Quite as tough to anyone.
Tebbetts has worries of His own
w.'th Kluszewski shelved probably
for the year. He has Crowe filling
. a 11
in ana ueorge nas a one weu q
far. He also has KODinson avau
ale to trot in from left field to
nlar first base but enviously there
is no outfield replacement to tin
Kobmson s shoes, -r-. .. v,
The harshest critics insist the
Braves never will win a pennant
wdh O Connell playing second
base. Danny .must be tired of
hearirr it yet reports indicate he
m doing a big league Job despite
the nessurc ana u ne Keeps up
loot. wtK peiow.
Sputtering Attack f
, ... r j
With its attack sputtering in the
early stages, the Yankees can use
all he pitching help available and
a Dor Larsen in the form be
stawed through the last half of
lest season would give the club
a tremendous lift.
Williams is the headliner with
'ht Red Sox but Mauch, a 31-
v-ar-old many times castoff. gave
the Red box uuield a semblance
of order before be was injured.
A ewmeback and continued suc
gber tj start the last lap. Bow-
den rprmteo to tne front, win
Walers, a former Occident al star,
right his beels. On the -final
M yarns waiters barely edged
pst tr win for the binders.
Tbe rail birds clocked Walters
in a Pli fast$t mile, "by far,
ever run b a Negro and Bow Bow-den
den Bow-den ia 4. 01. C
bleeding from the nose in the
first race: Julio Rodriguez rode
Love's Girdle. 1
Julio Jimenez Jr. netted four
meets for crowdinu Ragazza
(Cristian Rebolledo up witn
Escorlal at the start of the sixth
j Oscar Grimaldo,' the local 1m
j porter of British thoroughbreds,
expects to receive : two more
classy thoroughbreds within the
next 1? days. L
i v.'j'rji'j kS'lt v',
. The animals are the t f oar-year-old
colts King's Park and
, French- Shoe.- King's Park was
'.bought: by. Alberto "Chiouit in"
Valiai-ino .Ju. while French
Shoe ,will race for Humberto
- Fassaho'S Stud Los Siete. A
King's Park is.by Tenerani out
df .Queen's -Jest ; while French
8hoe is tin offspring of The Gobbler-Mademoiselle.
Both' of these
Irish, colts are winners -in the
British Isles, r r
. ' i-AoCo-"-1.
, -The Stud Buena Fe's Hablahdo
is up lor, 6ale. His' owner, Alfre Alfredo
do Alfredo -jBassan,: asks $300--down plus
50, Ren cent of his purse, to cover-what
is Owed on his brigmal
cost v pricey : Hablando. returned
from a long layoff last Saturday
to score; impressively. i
n'f !'' 7 o" 'ir-i rOOO.Vi.'.rt-IS'VK'i' '..
The sorelv needed JockV School
will be inaugurated eoonj Former
crackerjack rider Alcides MChile"
Rodriguez will bathe. instructor.
cess would 'be a big. lift to the
. Score's value as one of the
game's great 1 pitchers is' obvious
I 1- J 7 ..11 t 1 T. I
aim iiib iUBs is ieu aeeniy. out
it .Maris,', the rookie outfielder,
can't, swing his weight, Al Smith
may have to leave third base and
replace him, thereby complicating
the many problems facyngnew
Manager Kerby Farrell.
-The White Sox hoped Phillips
would help a chronic third base
problem but he hasn't begun to
hit. : Boone, switching from third
to first for the Tigers; hasn't hit
at his new position as well al the
old j 1 v
It takes a whole team to win
'pennant but' as it looks from
here thisfis a handful of key men
who can make a surprising dif difference
ference difference in the final standings,,
flow enjoy the
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Forfeits $50 Bond
To Hold Aulo Race 1
t; DARLINGTON,. S.C. UP)Dar-
imgto.i iLterna.tionai .-. naceway
President Bcb Colvin forfeited a
I ?S0 bond today for staging an auto
racu oi amiaay, xne iirsi neuei
300-milc : i convertible event, won
by Glenn (Fireball) Roberts in a
Some 23,000 stock car fans
turned nut Sunday to see the race
which was postponed from Satur Saturday
day Saturday by rain.
Rube-ts turned the 219 laps
around the banked l?-mile oval
at a blistering 107.940 miles per
hour, nearly 10 miles faster than
the 300 mile average for the
Southern 500 mile hardtop race
here last Libor Day and 13 miles
an hour faster than the Southern
500 avtrage for 500 miles.
Just after the nace" lap ended
and the 27 sterting cars, roared
around the trark, Sheriff Grover
Rrvunl handed Colvin a warrant
chargin him with violating the
I Sunday blue law. Colvin promptly
I posted $50 bond for the mis-
South Carolina taw forbids com commercial
mercial commercial entertainment on Sunday.
Several of the larger counties are
exempt by statue, but Darlington
Roherts. of Davtona- Beach,
iFla., tcok the lead five laps after
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BALTIMORE (UP) Whitey
Ford. New ork Yankee left liand-
er who ha- Ijeen sidelined more
than a week with' a sore shoul
der, pitched batting practice Sun Sunday
day Sunday and said later he felt no pain
VIRGINIA REACH, Va. (UP) (UP)-Ahce
Ahce (UP)-Ahce Bauer of Sarasota, Fla.. and
Betty Do-Jd and Betty Jameson,
both sir Antonio, Tex., are the
three latest entries for the Worn
en's $,l?,000 Triangle Round Robin
goK tournament here, May 29 29-June
BALTIMORE (UP) Next Sat
urduy's Preaknoss Stakes will be
broadcast ond televised by CBS
fr-im s:30 w p.m., e.a.t.
NEW YORK (UP) Princeton
Univers'ty won the America Cup
at the "Mid-Atlantic Intercollegiate
Sailing Association championships
sundry jvitn a toiai oi m poinis.
Navv was fecond with 138, Kings
Ptint third with 132- and Cornell
fourth with US1.
. nm.tamilsit tlinB-Olir tlllplin (HI
a o i dvu.h. . i r
the 29th lap halted the race for
n-arlv 50 minutes. It was the first
ti.ne "in Darlmelon Rcaeway his-
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lory ir.at a ract was uaucu uy n
accident. However, nobody was
hurt. '- '' .
Tim Flock ot Atlanat nnisneu
und Bobbv Myers of Win-
ston-Salem N.C was third. Both
drove Mercurys. t
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. Tha National AAU hasn't an announced
nounced announced whether it will accept
s : Russia's bid to aend a 70 man
X team to Moscow in July for a
dual track meet, but some of the
: cracr Yank runners proved dur during
ing during tha week end they are in fine
i Hera's what happened Saturday
night at Fresno, Calif., in the
Abilene Christian, with Bobby
Jjorrow running the anchor leg,
; equalled the world record of 39.9
aecord for the 440-yard relay.
Max Truex of the University
, ef Southern California won the 5, 5,-OjXfrneter
OjXfrneter 5,-OjXfrneter run in 14 minutes, 14.5
'seconds, -fastest time ever posted
'for that distance by an Ameri-
'Tn' the Southwest Conference
J meet at Austin, Tex.:
- sfr a world mark of 39.9 seconds
In tha 440-yard relay around one
tiva in. the recent Kansas Belays,
aet a world mark of 40 seconds for
tie- event around two turns,
the fast times were recorded
na track dampened by morning
in Afternoon rain, indicatig the
mcricans could be counted on
nic aome sizzling efforts if tured
Bios in Moscow's New Lenin Sta Sta-.
. Sta-. ma. July 12-14.
t Hhe .AAU has a formal lnvita
Von to send a team to Moscow
Ui three day meet with the
' jtiftsiani picking up the tab
; to. stay'and the return trip.
; -t i
eague to Elect
. A.. Atian.f TJttla Leasuo will
Cold, a meeting at T:30 p.m. on
Thursday evening at th Margari Margari-tairiubhouse
tairiubhouse Margari-tairiubhouse to elect officers for
.the 1958 season.
. LL The meeting wlU be open to the
- renc-ai public although only the
- board of directors of the league
are elirible to vote In the elections.
.Members of the board are the
operating. personnel of the league
and include the president, vice -president,
f agent, business agent, chief
. .titnpire, and the manager and
, epach A each of the six Atlantic
i ltjle' League teams.
. ixMn la alio exnected to be
fik.n n raouest bv the "B" di-
l thm Uaanic- to set UD a
f Jrtlo sue which will In-
elude all of the Armed Forces
''rks on the Atlantic side.
"CAMDEN, K.-Wllliw. nanaca.
- touted King Halran ,u a nair-
- .r.rrth virtanr over Irate to win
- tc mi50 Deila war a VaUey
' Stakes handicap.
!,'iT.TTMORl Akbar Khan
aeored a length victory over Jab-
HI TIB Winning uie ao,iw
ixUi Pixie Handicap at PimUoo.
' i im"T.T. T.IJkKD Dr. Charles L
" eniAinaa aurd Cleveland lndi
' uifhcr Herb Score of at
Wist peripheral: (sideX vision aft aft-I
I aft-I erexaming the inner part of the
iaurd southpaw s ngm oyo.
t Hanaoa fired a three-over-par 78
for a T2 bole total of 295, to win
' the Gatlinburg Women's Open golf
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. Jimmy
Demret won the Arlington Open
n?f tmrrinvnt wita a 72 bole
total of 276.
, f ... i
Former Grid Star
Len Eshmont Dies
. CHAJ? LOTTE SMLUC, Va. (UP)
Ia C. Etbmoat. a fleet half-
hark 04 Ferdham University's
1M1 Cotton. Bowl football team
and a former professional player
vita toe New York Giants' and the
5aa Francisco Forty-N inert, died
S-.mdav at he age of 39.
Eshmont, a seven-year veteran
ia the coachinf ranks and aeeond
ia corn nand to Virginia football
rira Be Martin, died ia the
V-,vtrity or Virginia Kospiul of
- t was deacrbed as a liver
i t and compUcatioos.
ATTENTION. 0. I.! Just baft
modem turnjihad apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one bedroom, hot
water, S62.S0. J. F. do la Ossa
Avenue RiquI Building, facing.
Firestone. Phpne 2-3331',
FOR RENTs Furnished a a-partmonts
partmonts a-partmonts on Via Porras, No.
120, overlooking SAS. commis commissary,
sary, commissary, beside Roosevelt Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. Tolopono 3-5024.
FOR RENT! Two bedroom
apartment on ground floor,
spacioua and cool, G( inspocN
od. 'Furnished $80.00, Jose do
Fabrega Avenue No. 16, Pasa Pasadena.
dena. Pasadena. FOR RENT: Furnished, or
unfurnished one bedroom modern-apartmont.
Via Belisario Porras.
Bev Hanson Takes
Open Golf Tourney
GATLINBURG. Tenn. (UP)
Pert and .pony tailed Beverly
Hanson; of Indio, Calif., subdued.
an "invincible mountain course
in winning the first aual Gat
linburg Women's Open golf tour
"I'm deliriously exhausted, the
slender stylist with the golden
Duttins touch remarked after com
ing in with a final round 78 and
72-hole total of 295 Sunday to
pace all rivals by a gaping 10-
stroe edee. i
Bracketed at 805 were Mickey
Wright, San Diego Vonnie Colby,
Miami Beach, Fla. Betty Jame
son. San Antonio, Tex.? and Jackie
Pung, the ttansplanted Hawaiian
who now calls San Francisco
Miss H a n o n's final round,
though not approaching the bril
liant ?4 pun six-unaer 67 witn
which she scorched the Smoky
Mountain course Saturday, was
workmanlike, if not always con-1
Two holes could nave proved
her undoing had competitors been
breathing morp hotly down her
neck. On the 14th, with V one one-under
under one-under status, Beverly skied to a
two-vver par five, and on No. 16,
she ruined her tee shot into the
rough and ended with a triple
Miss Colby's chances for a lone
crin on second place appeared
excellent as she came to the 18th
hole needing only a bogey. Her
secuna shot sprayed deep into the
roueh. however, and needed two
more shots to reach the green.
Ann Richardson. Columbus
Ohio., made a route of the ama
teur division with a steady game
and four-day 310 total, 61 stroK.es
hotter thin her nearest rivsi,
Mrs. V. N. Thompson oi a.nox-
ville. . .
PrMi nr the secona-piaco rour
some was Loumille'a BettyJDpdd
who fired a 75 for a 306 total,
three better than Wiffi Smith St.
Clair, Mich.; Marilynn Smith,
Wichita, Kan.i and Buth Jessen,
Sighted Off Coast
01 East Canada
HALIFAX, N.S. May 14 (UP) -At
Uaat four unidentified subma-.
rires hsve been sighted off Cana
da's est coast in wss man a
month. The Canadian Navy is. not
overlooking the possinimy mat we
mysterious unaersea cran miui
The latest report came yester
day from the Placentia Bay area
where Mr. ana Mrs. joou ouue
Spencer's Cove reported seeing a
submarine near their home early
yesterday Doming. They said the
sub lay in the mouth of the har
bor. 210 yards from shore, lor
hall an hour, before submerging.
Saturday the St. John's T e 1 e e-gram
gram e-gram quoted two of five men who
reported seeing a mysterious sub sub-narine
narine sub-narine last Thursday. Gerald Mc McCarthy
Carthy McCarthy and Russell Sheppard, both
of Harbor Grace, said they watch watched
ed watched the craft as it surfaced, mi-
nnvertd about tha tricky harbor;
entrance on the west aide of Con Conception
ception Conception Bay and then submerged.
The sub resurfaced a few min minutes
utes minutes later, but again submerged
beaded toward open water, they
Two fishermeo saw a surfaced
sub ne-r New Haror Island in
mid-April and their report was in-i
I'vestigated by U.S. planes. Anotb-i
er report came May 2 from rair-
haven, IS miles northeast af Pla Placentia.
centia. Placentia. -PERFECTION
We alwaya have a complete
stock of Perfeetloa aUreaesa
Stare and replacement parts
CASA SPARTON r
' 28109 Central. Calidonia
Rlinn-Kii IK "R" street a MORRISON
JT m ...
u nin.iii.sa v. K9 m VARMAr.lA nr. RATIIRRA-JParana LafevM 1
tha Bella Vtata Xheatra.-
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 3-2363.
2363. 3-2363. FOR SALE: 1?54 Buick
Special hardtop, straight shift,
radio, heater, white' walls
$1 195. Call days Albrook 5182.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet,
4 door. Power Glide,- perfect
condition, $1,200. 8578 Marga Margarita
rita Margarita 3-2431. i 'ty
FOR SALE: 55 Hillman con.
vortiblo Deluxe. New nylon
top, tires, battery, plugs,
points, etc. Excellent shape.
$1000.00. Will consider trade
on older car. Phone 86-3143.
FOR SALE: Two-tone green
'49 Plymouth 4-door. ... Good
transportation, priced for
quick sals. Call Navy 3018.
FOR SALE: Convertible
Cadillac 1951 with radio, white
wall tiros and A-1 condition1
throughout for only $1,500.00.
For further information 'call
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 3-1141
or 3-3341 After 5 p.m. 3-3069.
MUST SELL: 1952 Dodge
Station Wagon 4-door, excel excellent
lent excellent condition 1 owner.1 Fully
equipped. Giromatic. Sacrifice
$675.00 Qtrs. 384 Clayton 87 87-4139.
FOR SALE: Pontlae Station
Wagorf.1951 Hydramatic, radio
$550.00. Tel. 82-3167 or 84-2139.
FOR SALE: Two Hillman
Station Wagons, low mileage,
exceptional good buys. .1956
Models: For i information call
Tel v-3-4568, S a.m. 12 noon
; JIM RIDGE
Gibraltar t lis Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama Z-055X
TRANSPORTIS IAXTER, S. A.
Packan Shippers Movers
Phonos 2-2451 3-2562
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PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
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- BODI REDUCING
V McLavy Machlnaa, Matui
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Medical bells, orth bfacaa.
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$95.00 to $150.00
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TivoM Ave. 18-78
Hausfraus Fed Up
With Equal Rights
Alone In Kitchen
BERLIN (UP)-West German
hwisrwves complained today they
still have to da the dishes, alone,
althouch a- new .law gives 'them
equal rifbts with men.
. On f the housewtves, Mrs.
Anita -Vasssa of Hamburg, said
thr law "sounds fine, but added
that kt husband disagrees with
her n fta mterpretaUoa.
Ht OTerrules the new law
every im 1 ask him to help with
the dishes by remembering 'an
ursent business appointment."
she Mid. "Then I am left alone
with tit equal rights ta the
iint ipntiAi i- nvnn a t V
jT Fo. de -to
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FOR SALE: Is the heat
wave getting you? We have
' room airconditioners for 'home
and office, all siiai. Generous
credit facilities. Muebloria' Ca
sa Spartort, Central Ave. No.
BID BID BID
THE CURUNDU POST RES RESTAURANT
TAURANT RESTAURANT offers invitation to
bid on contract to operate a a-RESTAURANT
RESTAURANT a-RESTAURANT in Curundu, C.
Z. Prospective bidders are in in-.
. in-. vitod to visit the oporationst
Bids should' bo submitted in
duplicate, in sealed, envelope.,
properly identified on the out outside,
side, outside, and enclosed in another
envelope addressed to the Ins
tallation Officer for the atten
tion of the Post Restaurant Of Officer.
ficer. Officer. Bids Will open at 1600
hours of Juno 15, 1957 in the
Post Restaurant Building. For
further information call Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 6205 or 4268.
FOR SALE: Beam antenna
15-20 meters "Johnson" both 3
elements, $150.00; millen VFO
exciter, power supply, $30.00;
HI Volt transformer 1000-1500 1
Volt, 1 KW. $15.00; various
parts priced for quick sale..
See at house' 8228-A, Margari Margarita.
ta. Margarita. Phono 3-2895 'for informa information.
tion. information. ,.
FOR SALE: Bahama couch
with bolster pillows S35, car
bod, bathinette, car.- seat,
training chair $12.00. Tel 87 87-158,
158, 87-158, FOR. SAL t: Pianv Studio
Model $275.00 3rd. f Novam-
bor St. House 3-91-downstsirs,
DRAWER -A." DIABLO
OX 1211, CRISTOBAL, CX
" CrUtobal devotes of shotgun arts
de'ied the elements of wind .and
ra:n at last Wednesday's Skeet
exercises, and wound, up breaking
meir aouDies irom under the scor
ing shelter. Walter Johnston dis displayed
played displayed his usual expertness to
iC4a witn a 24.
Spectacular shooting stemmed
from faulty ejection by "Casey"
Casanova's automatic field piece.
forcing him to load manually be-
tweer birds on doubles but only
holding nil score to a good 20.
'Shorty Schexnayder and Frank
Chollar hit 22 each, and "Buck"
Last'oger downed 20.
Till 10:00 p.m."
4th at July Ave. A 1 St,
TV RADIO HI-FI
(All Work Guaranteed)
Te the experimental rocket pilots, who climb aloft lnt
the wise, ibe b seen erred and he onknown, and wba
- are probinr net ooter rpaee ot the eater limits of
Wan himvlf thi, ptctere ta dedicated. See "BRIN K. OF
HELL" stsrrinr William Holden end trrtnla Leith, In
WarWSeope, whicfc OPENS O.N THURSDAY II AT THE
Ossa Ave. Mo. 41 FOTO DOftHMuslo
Street m FARMACIA I'SAS 'V Poiree
FOR SALE: Mahogany vV
nity with stool,, hand carved
liquor cabinet, dining and liv living
ing living room, many other pieces,
of furniture, carved Chinese
chest, automatic, ironing ? ma machine
chine machine "Gladiron", 60 cycles,.
Ascot water heater, bookcase,
chest of drawers, Tappan gas
stove, everything in excellent
condition. Owner loaying. Call
Tel. 3-0932 or 2-3012.
FOR SALE: Wasting house
Laundromat $80.00 and Eloc-t
trie Servel automatic Icemaker
$350.00. Phono Amador 5193 or
Panama 3-3188.- ' ;
FOR SALE t Two single
bods with frames, springs, in in-norsiring
norsiring in-norsiring mattresses, .$30.00.
Phone .Curundu 7282..'
FOR SALE: 25 cycle wash wash-Ing
Ing wash-Ing machine,; Whirlpool, 2 yrs.
old, excellent condition $70.00.
Phone Nay 2342.
FOR SALE: 9 pc. mahog.
any Rattan living room, 1 Hi Hi-Fj
Fj Hi-Fj Silvertono 60 cycle.: Edifi-
eio Carbonell Via Espana 834
FOR SALE: Must sail liv liv-:
: liv-: ing room sot, custom slip cov covers
ers covers $150.00; end tables,- -. $25
pair, coffee table, $15 C.B.S.
Television (25 or 60 cycles)
$200.00. Mirror $20.00; miscel miscellaneous.
laneous. miscellaneous. House 5628-B. Diablo,
Tel. Balboa 4286.
Uniied Fund Drive
Al Balboa Theater
A public meeting for the par-
pose of taking concrete action to
ward establishing in the Canal
Zone this year a more united form
of contributing, to. the numerous
health, recreation- and welfare i or
ganizations dependent upon volun
tary individual donations is being
called, for 2 o clock tomorrow aft
eroon m.:the Balboa Theater.
'The TOeetine has been scheduled
for the Balboa Theater in order
to accomodate a large crowd- and
all interested persons are urged to
The establishment of a truly li linked
nked linked form of contributing to wor-
thy causes has been discussed at
numerous wvic, council 'sessions
and community ) conferences, in the
past ana in commumiy johuoihik
last November Canal Zone; voters
approved by on overwhelming ma
jor .ty a proposal w aaopi a smtsie
fund-raisme drive. The vote was
taken on a referendum asking vot voters'
ers' voters' preference for ne, two or
th.M fnnrf-raisinff drives.i'";
U. Gov. H. W. Schull. Jr.. will
preside over tomorrow's p
... k l Ul
meetin?' at which those present
will, be inv tedl to tontnBute to a
discussion of the feasibility of con
rtiiMin- a United Fund, drive jn
1957 and of develoDine the m o s t
efficient organization and proceaure
to Tarry out tne expresseo ue
ot the community.
It is hoped that i a represenia represenia-tiva
tiva represenia-tiva ornim nf all the various "ew
ers" individual, business firm
and organization and "receiv
ers" health, recreation, and wel
fare orjanizations will be on
t.ni1 in. aeiot in HMerminine the
future courses of fund-rasing earn-
Aroemenj A ye.ond 3J,St. FABMACIA
. JH O OVI-AO. Alius T-: oe
i T.V. SERVICE FAST EF
' FICIENT GUARANTEED.
PHONE U.S. TELEVISION 2-
.FOR SALE: Three bed bed-,
, bed-, room house'1; with two : baths, ;.
' living room, dining room, kit-"
'chen, two maid's rooms with
' bath and 2000 meters of land
. in Golf Heights; For Inform'.
- tion call from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m."
3-1141 or 3-3341." After 5 p.m.
Enters Low Bid On
Cofgds Point. Wbrk
A low bid of $8,148 was entered
by bervicio Brouwer for the inte
rior painting of Obstetrical Build
ing No. 261 of Goreas HosDital
Bids were opened pesterday in the
Administration. Buildin at Balboa
Other bid? ranging -from $8,857
to $15,900 were made; bv Guardia
and Company, the Tropical Paint
Co., and Anthony Leggiere.
The extensive paint work to be
done in the. obstetrical wing of the
hospital will take in the entire in
terior, and several new color com
binations are. being planned, for the
rooms and, wards. The project is
to be : cumpleted within five
THrEF 'OF BAGDAD L. MariU
which' they will perform at the
Hall at Ft. Amador. Admission
US May Proposes
Open Skies Plan
To Russia-Dulles v
WASmNQTON." May' 14 (UP)
Secretary of States John Fos Foster
ter Foster DuUes said today the United
States may propose to Russia an
"Open SKies aenai wspecuuu
plan, covering Siberia and Alas-
, Bulies did not rule .out the
possibility, that m. test disarma disarmament
ment disarmament inspection one might also
be worked out in part of Eu
rope. But he told a news con conference
ference conference that, the problems there
are much greater because they
involve. German unification.
other political problems and
extremely calculated areas. '.
les' emphaslzed tha t "' the
United States has not yet reach reached
ed reached an mrreed Government posi
tion on the aertalv inspection :
zones It will propose In further;
negotiations with the Soviet:
Union in London- He said those
talks hare been considering a
whole host of proposals and may
now be at the stage where It is
advisable for U.S. Disarmament
Negotiator Harold E. Stassen to
return to "Washington for con-
sultatlons. n 1 .;
.DuUes said that the Russians
at long last seem to have agreed
j with the United States that
I aerial Inspection is essential In
! getting disarmament going.' He
I said the question now Is: In
'wft4 tones should the test area
! be started.
WANTED: Stenographer, bi bilingual,
lingual, bilingual, ax p ir i o ne t d, good
t speller.- Permanent -work. Co-;-
lumbia Pictures; Eussbio A-.
Morales-Avenue. ,r 4"
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 5 K.W. Kohlor.
electric light plant, gasoline,
220 volU, 60 cycle, three phase
: with, transformer and extras,
engine. $500.00. One 2Vi K.W.
electric light plant.' 115 volts,
60 cycle, gasoline B&S engine.1
$250." Navarro & MacMurray.
FOR SALE:'' Motorbike,
Triumph Terrier 150. A-1 con con-.
. con-. dition, good tires, now goner-"'
ator, new battery, passed ins-'
paction, $125.00 cash. Phone
Balboa 2-2438. .
UJAF Will Reopen
Of Dilly Milchell
WASHINGTON". (UP)-The Air'
Force has agreed to' eopen, this
week the "msational 31-year-old
court martial case of the late
Gen. WiHiam L. (Billy), Mitchell,
called by many of his admirers
the "father of the U.S. ,Air
Force." V .. ,
''A spokesman' said the Air Force
Correct'ons and Review Board
will begin reviewing the case
Mitchell; was court-martialled in
and Walter Est on rehearse their "TUlef .of Bagdad", number
American' Legion-Convention" Dance Saturday at the Legion
is Sl.oq per person, payable at the door. r
SECRET OF CHAPLIN'S TIMELESS
COMEDY IS UNIVERSAL APPEAL
' In every "eld of artistic endeavor, one name shines
like a beacon' and Ulumnes the entire craft. So it is with
the little tramp with the bars? trousers battered walking
stick, hat, and trick mustache vibe has become the de delightful
lightful delightful symbol of sdreen comedy ia every corner of the
world. From Tepeks to Tlmbacta, from Bangkok to Bnf-
, falo, from Canada te the Cameroons there Is no place
in the civilized world where this pathetic little fifnre,
-cavorting among the screen shadows, does not bring the
familiar gift of universal laorhter wherever he goes. This
ts CHARLES CHAP UN the little tramp. He delihted
millions as he performed to unforgettable "Ocean roll"
in "THE GOLD RUSH." Today, he brings back this Binfr Binfr-iMr
iMr Binfr-iMr comedr wth diahmie,' narration and mow adHii.
"THE GOLD RUSH- FENS OS THURSDAY If AT TUt
.WANTED! Want to train,
' sales manager' American or
Panamanian. citizen. Prefer-'
T have car. Call Panama 3-2552
. from 10:00 a.m., to 12 noon.
LOST; Hound dogr white
; black spots. Phone Balboa 44-
LOST: Two Boxers, females,
approx. 6 months old.. On
brindla ;. with ; white markings,
one tan -with white- markings.'
Reward 'offered call Panama
3-3082 or call a tNo. 17 San Mar
tin Street. "'-.
1926 by a board of nine Arm)
generals following his vigorbui
fight in support of his view that
air power should be the first lini
of America's defense.-.
He was 'charged with insubord
nation aftpr ho.dsi) fuirf -thi
Army of incompetency and inef
ficiency and .urged creation of t
separate air arm. Mitchell, i wh(
at the time 'of the- case held thi
permanent rank .of colonel,, wat
suspended from his rank, com com-m
m com-m and and,; duty and deprived a
.pay and ailowancesr' Presidenr
Coolidge modified, the sentence U
allow Mitchell half-pay.
'M?ny of Mitchell's views wen
regarded as visionary at the timt
but later turned out to be cor
rect He 'was one of the first t
say battleships : could be bombei
and sunk bv aircraft. He also bo
lieved future wars would be da
cided in the aiF. ;
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lale In November
WASHINGTON, May 14 (UP)
President Eisenhower an-
iiounced today that Mohammed
V; Sultan of Morocco,, will pay a
three-day , state visit to Wash Wash-lngton
lngton Wash-lngton Nov. 25, 26, 27.
; ; The President originally Invit Invited
ed Invited the Sultan for an official vis-1
infrfnnWrt'pH hil Candidates must be made United
"S'Jf ".States or Panamanian citizens of
" wuu.ucj t uwb uiue.
Eisenhower aeain Invited the
Sultan on April 29. The Sultan
accepted through Vice President
idchard M. Nixon, when Nixon
poured Africa in March. ,1
i Eisenhower told the Sultan In
v letter that this country is Dre-
i-arec: to discuss U.S. rnihtary op-1
Tfuuum in Morocco, wnere tne
United States haa important air
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"I am sure that we can look
Torwara to continued -xollabora
tion in examining; this and other
tjuestions1 of mutual Interest to
our two countries," he said. "X
Juiow, that my fellow citizens:
ihara my desire to receive you in
mr midst. : tl
The towh of Diablo -will hold
$ monthly Civil Defense meet meet-1
1 meet-1 tomorrow at 9 a.m., -;
The ladies of Diablo, 'will meet
n. ths Diablo Service center.
All members of the townslte
C ivU. Defense Volunteer Corps
are urged to attend. Ralph Ed Ed-y
y Ed-y ards of "the Fire Division will
s art a series of home protection
The general public la Invited.
SHOWS: 12:40 2:23
- HENRY FOHDA
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PANAMA, RP., TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1951
Deadline For Apprenticeship Mbpefujs
Tomorrow; Exams To Be Held On May25
Applicants for the ten new 'apv
pronticpships. four in the mecha
nical crades and six in the electri electrical
cal electrical t'ades. beinc -offered bv. the
.Panama. Canal Ce are reminded
mat tne aeaanne lor liiing appli application
cation application fur admission to the f ompe-
uuve examination aaiuraay.i May
is no later than 4:15 p.m. to
morrow 1 J
good character' whrt.-w 1 hp -at
least 17 V4 years of age but who
will not have reached their 23rd
TEGUCIGALPA. Honduras, My
l 4(urj Honduras charged for
mally- today that Nicaraguan
forces attacked the Honduran
town of El Vijao in violation of
truce and troop withdrawal agree'
mpnts concluded1 by Doth coun
tries, last week with a peace mis
sion', frum the Organization of
American, States (OAS). ,,
Fore??h. Minister Jorge Fidel
Duraon instructed Dr. Ramon Vil Vil-leda
leda Vil-leda Norales, Honduran ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador a Washington, to file a pro
test with the, OAS.
' Hcndnros' three -. man military
junta Said Nicaraguan forces at attacked
tacked attacked the Mrmy barracks at El
Vijao at dawn Sunday just as
Hondurn troops were moving out
to return to Tegucigalpa in com compliance
pliance compliance with the troop withdrawal
agreement between, this country
and the OAS peac mission. :
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come' from life
the first real-life
thriller ever screened
- VERA MILEl
country is $afe Abraham' Lincoln
birthday as of July 1, 1957 who
are1 men school graduates;: and
who have a reading, writing and
speakir.p knowledge of English.
Preference will-be given to Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian residents. Certain limited ex.
ceptions, as to age Requirements
may 'he made for veterans.
In 9nral the. openings are
. bout evenly divided between the
Atlantic side and the Pacific
side. : Apprenticeship r worksite
are vubject to change' at a n f
time. 1 -1 ,
start their training in g e n e r a 1
field, such as mechanical or elec
trical, and later specialize Increas
ingly, as ineir training progresses.
it is expected that the new me
chanical' apprenticeships will: lead
to SDeciahzation- as machinist,
plumber, and sheetmetat worker.
The electrical 'specializations may
include armature winder, ? atuma
tic ; telephone, equipment maintain-
er, cable splicer, powerhouse bper-
ato', and wireman. former ap
prentices returning .from .military
service mayL cause some adjust adjustment,
ment, adjustment, though, it 'is I not expected
that the total number of Hew ap
prentlceships available to others
wui be sharply reduced.
Admission to the examination
must be applied for on a special
form accompanied by a Standard
Form S7. ADDlicatioD for federal
Employment, together with the ap
plicant's, high school transcript
and hit college! transcript if he is
attending or has attended college.
The special admission form and
the Fo-m 57 may. be obtained at
me r.ropioymeni ana vuiinzaiion
Division,- Building 69 Roosevelt
Avenne, Balboa; or at the Central
Labor Office, Cristobal.n '' .:-;:"-'
, The examination will last all
day, and will be hold in Balboo.
Detail concerning time and
place of .examination will bo
supplied at time of notification of
oloctton for admission.
T O D A Y
r nre cents
, Further details may be obtained
from the Chief, Employment and
Utib7ation Division, Building, ,? 69.
Roosevelt Ave., B alboa (2-3449 or
Girls 12; Boys 3
' Fifteen babies were born at
Coco Solo Hospital during the
week ending at midnight May 8,
according to the regular hospital
report. During the same period
98 patients were admitted and
87 were disenarged.
Babies were born to the fol following
lowing following American citizens; Sfc
and Mrs. Richard Peterson, of
Colo Boll to, daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Pensanti, of Coco
Solito, son;, Mr. and Mrs Abner
Gaston, of Coco Solito, daughter;
Mr, and Mrs. William Seibert, of
coco souto, daughter; Mr.' and
Mrs. Adelbert Davis, of Coco So
lito, daughter; pfc. and v Mrs.
William Specht, of Coco Solito,
daughter: Mr. and Mrs. -, Hiram
Robison, of New r C r 1 a tobal,
daughter;. Mr. and Mrs. George
CLearysof Colon, son; Mr. and
Mrs. wnuam Gaddis, of coco so solito,
lito, solito, daughter: Mr. and Mrs. John
Prim, of Fort Gulick, daughter.
Babies were born to the fol
lowing -parents of Panamanian
nationality; Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
berto Marin, of colon, daughter:
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Oittens, of
colon, son; Mr. ana Mrs. Jose
Casteneda, of Colon, daughter;
Mr. and Mrs.- Harold Goodrich.
of Rainbow City, daughter; and
Mr. and Mrs. George Williams, of
T. 'w' M
PERKINS -MALDEN Vista Vision
f" GUANTANAMO NAVAL BASE;
Cuba May 14 (UP) t-Two Ameri
can teen age boys who ran away
from their homes in this U.S. na naval
val naval base to join the Cuban 'rebels
were turned over to American au authorities,
thorities, authorities, over the weekend. Thev
were in good health but minus 15
to 25 pounds from a -boiled bana
na", and rice diet.
A" third bov elected to stay be
Michael HarveVi 15. of Brook
lyn, N.Y., and Victor Jj Buehlman
17. of Norfolk. Va.. were dehvered
to U.S. representatives by ; Robert
(Bud) Taber, 37, Columbia Broad
casting System newsman, f r 0 m
New York,' who acted as go be
tween "with the rebels.
Both- boys: who loft home 10
weeks ago, said they were treat treated
ed treated well by the rebel and thought
their: venture in the Sierra Maes,
tras -Mountain was worthwhile.
Thoy said they still believe in the.
robot cause, but now expect, to
roturn to school.
Rear Adm. Robert B. Ellis, com
mander of the base, said the boys
arrived: here 'f t o m somewhere
The third boy, Charles E. Ryan,
r., 19, of Springfield, Mass., de
cided to- remain with the rebels
in the mountains of. eastern Cuba.
Buehlman said Ryan elected, to
stay behind with the rebels : be-
Weather Or Not
" This weather report for the
24 hour ending I a.m. today,
is prepared by : the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographic Branch
of the Panama Canal Company:
' t Balboa r Crist6bal
' Balboa Cristobal
WATER TEMP. s
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15
SHOWS: 1:15 3:13
X t' : f
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Who Joined Cuban Rebels Bade In Guantennmo
Diet Of Boiled Bananas, Horsemeat And Rice
cause of his conviction that
irebel cause is right.
Buehlman and Garvey said thev
left -their homes to see what they
could do lor AJuba. '
1 "It would take a while for me
to explain why," Garvey said.
slight, red-haired boy, who
appears older' than his. 15 years,
said he finally, left the rebels "be "because
cause "because of my age." 1
,"l was happy with the people
, up thor" ho 1 said. "I learned
how to use weapon with the
rebels. I learned that people
who want to be free can .take
any hardships, oven the Sierra
.Buehlman said he and his com companions.:
panions.: companions.: were well .trained but
did not see any fighting1 action
with the rebels. 1 ;
Buehlman, a tall husky youth,
weighed 205 pounds when he. left
home and dropped to 180 during
the venture, Garvey slipped from
175 to '160. Both attributed the
losses to their diet, 1 1
Our principal diet was r i'c e
nyxed with different things," Garvey-
explained.: "We had some boll
ed bananas and horsemeat ahdi
found it pretty good. But I develop
Goes Before Judge
On Ccnlempl Count :
WASHINGTON May 14 (UP) -Playwright
Arthur Miller-' went on
trial today on charges of contempt
He went before Federal f Judge
Char'o F McLaughlin accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by two attorneys but not his
wife, blond actress Marilyn Monroe.-
The Pulitzer Prize winner is ac
cused of contempt because he re
fused tu tell a congressional com
mitter the names of other authors
at Communist meetings he attend attended
ed attended in 1939. i.
' Some 30 reporters turned out
for ths trial but there was no
great number of spectators. Many
seaU were empty.
Millpr arrived about 30 minutes
before his-: trial started at 10;08
a.m., He wore a charcoal gray
suit, white shirt, and navy blue
tie. He appeared calm.
Mist: Monroe's press agant said
she does not plan to show up .at
the trials. -
5:11 7:09 -V-05 pI'm.
ed some stomach trouble because
of the diet.'-
, Buehlman said the boys, walked
the whole distance to join the, reb rebels.
els. rebels. 1
"We walked., for 12 hours
straight,", he said. VOne day with
the rebels, I walked 17 out of the
24 hours. ',
The boys said they met Fidel
Castro, the rebel leader; for the
first time when they walked into
the mountains to join his forces.
..... voouu nog a Kieai (tuuucai iiie VUuaii army reported re
-mind," -Buehlman said. ,cently that its last armed clasl
Buehlman said he traded shoes with the rebels in the Sierra Maes
with Castro and wished ho had .tras Mountains occurred early fa
jaicen a picruro ot tne transic-
tion for a momento. '-,
ne sam aiso mat a larmer in thet
mountains ; had civen him a s?
calibre pistol as a gift. He said
ne(left the pistol with Ryan.
ltr, feel great," : Buehlman said,
1 m elad to he home, but I'll mica
the Sierra Maestras."
laber said he walked out f
the hills with the bovs for two
nights and' a day; before they met
the pre-arranged car, convoy which
brought the. group to Santiago for
deliver to the naval base. He said
the rebels let the vouneer bovs iro
1 1 ., ... -- -
- "u5"'",ef. Ie" wa we right'
; w' 1 1
i Ihey left their- homes on Feb.
17 and were reported to h a v e
been "sworn in" in the rebel fore
es of March 4, after a trek of neat neatly
ly neatly 125 miles across rugged moun mountain
tain mountain terrain. (
Garvev and Buehlman were ner
suaded to return to their parents
on the urging of a group, of. Ameri American
can American correspondents who contacted
them through underground rebel
sources in Santiago. It was expect expected
ed expected that they would be back in theiri
homes before the end of the week.
For the, past two months the
rebels used the enlistment of
the American boys as a prime
propaganda weapon. The boy
Dulles May Permit
Some U.S. Ilcvxmcn
To Enter Red China
WASHINGTON, May 14 (UP)
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles and news officials are dis discussing
cussing discussing possible admission of a
"limited number" of U.S. newt newt-men
men newt-men to Red China, it was disclos disclosed
ed disclosed last nifeht. :
fVhite House 'Press Secretary
James C; Hagerty said on ABC's
TV "Press Conference" that Dul Dulles
les Dulles and news officials were dis
cussing whether it would be possi
ble to grant permission to the
pewsmen to enter Red China "on
an experimental basis."
'That would not endager what
we flunk is the question here," he
Dulles has not been willing to
permit Americans generally to tra travel
vel travel in Red China so long as Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Communists hold Americans
as "political hostages."
' But he said last month he would
be willing for a "strictly limited"
number of newsmen to go to Red
China but thaj no workable formu formula
la formula had been offered.
Dulles said such a "selective ex experiment"
periment" experiment" could be made "con "consistently
sistently "consistently with our general policy."
The statement was somewhat of
retreat from his earber adamant
stand against letting newsmen en enter
ter enter Red China.'
Hagerty was asked whether "as
an old newspaperman"' he agreed
with Dulles' oolicv on travel of
newsmen to Red China., ,- ;
Phonv Red Charges
Pure Pliallnn :
Ousled Envoy Says
BERT-IN. My 14 (UP) Mar Martin
tin Martin S. Powe. Jr., American diplo
mat orneren, to leave M o s e o w.
said today fits exoulsion was 'nnr
retalition for the onstc f So-
i vier aipiomat from the United
f:Stnte ,. .- ...'
jl Bove arrived here todav from
tjMoscjw br train with hU wife
ilnt twr. children. He said be be be-Heved
Heved be-Heved h wc"M K r esiene
to wist in Frankfurt, Grronv
"TV'f i no nuertion hut fh
my ouHer was pure retaliatin."
owe rai"- "Ti grounds on whirK
I was ordered to leave were rfdi
Ie said the Soviet accuse hin
' "bein inUin td the fvie
Union with the intent to under
mine the serial structure."
Bowe. said "they could mak
thnt earee aeamst all foreigner foreigner-in
in foreigner-in Mo?ow nd a good many Ru
sians r well.'
owe wan in charge of Emba
sy maintenance and general serv
ices with the rink of second ef
A Kbond fs o fell? who con
"0;t O I &-y for h' cSnrw but
not by irtirvtae mom.
were photographed in rebel oni
forms, bearing rifles and under
going training in jungle warfare.
The rebels saw to it that th.
photographs got wide circulation
together with the boy's writtei
confirmation of their voluntary en
hstment and a pledge of allegi
ance to the rebel cause.
their nearly three months wit I
the revolutionists the boys did no
see any military action.
March, or about the; same t i m i
ithe boys enlisted. ,
- Uuban-,government intelligent
servii daimoi) tho knv,
" wj tvvic I1U
in anv rebel stronphnlrt in th.
mountains but were kept in a safl
place in the foothills between Cu
tin's ennthorn ntct tk. ci
The boys', ret u ml coincided1
with rebel claims of renewed
guerrilla warfare' in, Orlmtt
Province. Rebel source said
their forces clashed with ; gov.
ornment troops May 4 in the La
net El Macro are. No casual.
- ...... w. w. .... ..tl.WUI-
' wore reported on either side.
. ine-,?ys sent, a letter to Presl
uc"1' -"en'iower asxing mm not u
revoke their American citizenshi
for ioinine the rehpis
- A 15-day jail sentence was Im
posed on Agustin vasquez fa
trespassing in the Curundu Dumj
Area. The 23-year-old Panama,
nian defendant, who is an hab :
itual offender,' was sentenced ii
the '. Balboa Magistrate's Cour
For driving with the doors a
his bus open, John. W. Crawford
39, Panamanian, was fined $S
He was -picked up on Balbol
A $15 fine "was meted out U
Rein S. Parris who was founj
guilty of speeding his bus oi
Gaillard Highway and Thaddeut
F. Henry, 36, also a bus driver
was fined $10 for unlawfullj
passing another vehicle on th(
right. Both are Panamanians.
Last Dayl .75 JO
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she fled from him...;
i Out of fascination,
I she clung to him!
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