The Panama American

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

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

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. VOliHIST'FLITES,
HOMEWARD and
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The Cosmopolitan Capital ...

' IKDEPtKDENI :1I-IE.!' NEWSPAPER ; J.
f ? Xef fce people Jfcnot iW truth and the country U $efe" Ibrahim Lincoln.
Tel. Panama 2-0975 Colon 7
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TTTGTON May 15 (UP) .President Eisenhower
'-ress again'today not to trifle with 'the de de-country
country de-country by 'baking larger budget cuts.
-an", voiced at his weekly news conlerence,
This "nationwide radiotelevsion appeal to the
ople lastf night to sacrifice-, dollars rather
' ; ms and cities as the "price for peace" in a
tcned by atomic-armed Communism.

wrrr .1 C
f r L' t'
American
than t!::
world t':
r told reporters that
' es honest differ differ-i
i differ-i uiion between the
,J legislative branch branch-iment.
iment. branch-iment. But he said
re.ss trifles with the
fit, this country will
i trouble.
ess seemed In no
t reat In lt economy
ppropriattons sub sub-(.
(. sub-(. 'was reported to
vrly approved ft
- 52,500,000 in Elsen-,
budget for
, Jirommittee mem mem-l
l mem-l the cut would not
i defense program.
i t as conference nigh-
; if .ident said he be-
of the reasons Russia
i io .nnslderlne dis-
seriously than
ii that It is beRinnlng
e pinch of supporting a
amentS Puageu
nifi-ation of me
ruir-ps has not taken
, nit the fdrm he ex
added that this was
basic problems luvmv luvmv-g
g luvmv-g a minimum' fedet-
'". toH v.at. tise of force
i i
i send a ship through
t n ,1 would be repre-
: V- ,i a
r u
Qtcd that
s subcom-
J,, , ,.itOl ixili t
i i ,o ADnropria
cut the
Drff-n.se Department..-
The I'resident shook his head,
nd said that if the ubcom-.
mittee could make such m cut
honestly he, as a former Amy.
chkf of staff, wanted to know
how it could be done.
Clasping his hands behind 1U
r
C .1 lwV
i 1 I
Suicide by barbituat'e was the
verdict reached Monday after
. intn the death oi
HIl J t ...v
v.ua!) w Maimer.'

The 53-year-old American was
fomvi -Jcad in his office in Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal on May 3. He had report reportedly
edly reportedly been despondent over in
health, and left a note on his
" desk before taking an overdose
cf slurping pills. "". '.V-;,
"- i,i i;ner was employed as su su-renn'.endent.
renn'.endent. su-renn'.endent. of the Cristobal
Field Office of the Maintenance
Division for many years. He way
survived by his wife, a son nd
two daughters.
US Ccnsirncilon
Firr.1 To C::IId ;
f ndlr.cry Hero

NEW YOHK. Mav 15 (LP Depsrtment when he was seeking tei tne ,news releasa about the
The Panama l.elir.'. : and Pe- psssport. He said the committee M8jsters gsid they are expected
trochemical Co. s'-ned a con-was 4 so certain that Miller never L revjde ..more economic sery sery-tract
tract sery-tract vesterday wthi the Foster w a party member ."that Ujr 1?et
Wheeler constmrtian Corp. for uidn't even ask him.?,, '. ( The' P.st Office said altogether
the bu'.ld.r cf the 55.000 bar-, .. .. ... i sua Mailsters on order.

rel-a-C3v refinery to be built in,
the crcinpp of Colon st a cost
$33 f f 0.

I Consuurtjon 14 expected to
'art within to to three

J -..

r,-.nntns. ;
John Ehaheen cf New Yok
ard Eucer.e Dncont III own the
rr..Trar.y Jointly. pinancJc? will,
te tMOiirh inscranc
e f .rms rnd
rsr.ks. CI for tr.e refinery u
. r r irera ver.pzueia ana wo-
lo.r.t;-
Tcxcs, Ont.?
TMPA. r.a. y.iy 15 (IT Fei Fei-;!
;! Fei-;! cchirt f.s-rvt-rs i at.
f.rst v r, e n r?y turi i .i a ra ra-L
L ra-L Trsn M i-i.'i loU-a
If 1 c
it t
i O,
r,

Warns
t. -i - i 'J i
,
-r r-Jf

I o cnu
r. i ',
back and rocking energetically
on the balls of his feet, Eisen Eisen-howeer
howeer Eisen-howeer said that If we the ex executive
ecutive executive .-and the 1 6 g I s lative
branches of government w are
going to trifle with defense on
the basis of the reported com
mittee cut, then the country Is
going to be In for real trouble.
He said if such a cut Js possi possible,
ble, possible, then he would have to be re
educated.
Miller
Denies
Being Red
WASHINGTON May 1 15 (UP)
Prize iv winning playwtieht Arthur
Miller went on trial on contempt
of congress tnarges yesteraay
the government charged, lie be.
of Congress charges yesterday and
loneed to the communist pa r t y
frnm 104 in at loat 1947
'YlnvPinmpnt Bftorney 1 William
unci"' .. v ... usi! Coinni.iiee
a I i American Activities 'which
ciiccl ...uiler for contempt when he
re f u' J to answer quesliani about
fellow writers at Communist meet
ings, t,
. T r. ,i .. . .. ....
The lanky" writer's wife, iur-
vaccous movie star Marilyn Mon
roe, did not accompany her hus(
hand, .who showed up a half feour
before Uie trial opened.. Her press
agent said she .would not attend
the triaL ..i'-v- -a.-' v,,j :
i Nevertheless, ; photographers;
stood watch in the hallway and
spectators turned their heads at
every opening of,, the J courtroom
door In hopes she .would change
her, mind.v -. ., y
'Aarttd On Major ft iu
Judge Charles F." McCLaughlin
and the prosecuting' and defense
attorneys agreed at, the outset of
the trial that the major issue was
whefaer the House com mi tee bad
a right to demand that Miller in
ter m on his friends.. v.-
Millnr refused on grounds of
consciei ire to answer these two
questions: i' ,'i'i A'l "'
"Can ou tell us wno was mere
when you walked into the room?"
"Was Arnsud D'Usseau, chair chairman
man chairman of this meeting of Commun
ist party writers which took place
in 194T st which, you were in .at
tendance?" t .
' Ntv Dn!d Membership
Hitz contended that the commit
tee had "right and duty" to re
quire Miller to answer the ques questions.
tions. questions. He als, said that Miller nev
er., has denied Communist party
memherciUD so far as I know
Miller's attorney. 1 Joseph L.
Rauh Jr countered that Miller did
deny Communist party member-

v f w
inning

shin in an affidavit, to the State..... .iw, um mvuim." He

'Miller, who married Miss Mon
roe slo;it the time be got la trou-(
lie with he committee, sougni me.
passport for a European honey
mooru He finaUy got it but only
,. it

aner uie toidiuiuct .j.e wree wneeiea enicie i
not want to "interfere with "I'mQtetted .from the weather, has
ultimate activities of cupid." !jn .josi carrying area in the
j,a taia today the committee an(1 j, equipped with

S(J jiormstion that miller in W3
fjled out Communist party appu-
cauort Manx ro zmv ana suu-
cueetly was assigned to tite atuy-
Hesant orarvn ,me wommuniat
party club in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Chairman Of Mtirtf
I also sid com fr.it tee inform a-
Inowed that D Uss.su was
.. "t
i.rrr.an of one oi
rh mTin9
ta )Mler made a plea for
-
ri,:(r lreHiom iram resiricnon
! rl.s-ir-iines for Communist

:Zr

' v t
m ini, c tmvwa ta luaar
:.;,o o fine.

rniTRiNfi' THE 'BATTLEFIELD As Viscount Sir Bernard Montgomery peers' down the bar-,
xe?of a ClvTl WariSounaerannon on. Culps Hill in, Gettysburg Pa.r President Eisenhower
Itands awaiting his turn. They were on a visit to tht famed battlefield of the Clva War.

Backed By1 All-Female Administration.

Her Honor The
BURNSVILLB, Miss., May 15---(UP)--Her
honor the mayor
Mrs: A. H. Montgomery bub bubbled
bled bubbled with confidence at; the
nf her all-femaiev ao-
ministration sweeping back into
despite tax cutting
today, oesp
v ...
enS.
Mr$.. Montgemiry, Wire
yeteran Tishominio County phyi-
js' a ft'.oni- 1 rm -a
m.yor oi this town o 560, back backed
ed backed by a rord of "clan" ovem ovem-'ment
'ment ovem-'ment and ecooomy. i
. n.niini vior. Md for re-eieC'
nriKrrit Julen. wto
t.Aittaa Tf IOn ji. LilR JILT w
burden by four mills if put in
office. k .
nrti nnto.nmerv aavs he oe-
Ileves the voters haven't mind minded
ed minded the two-mill hike she made
in the tax rate.-;. .V5 '
"We've found that people don t
mind paying taxes If 1 ,tbey get
their njoney's worth," she wd
"There were tew sureucoun
at "first, : but I ? beUeve we ve
smoothed that over now, .
"We're real proud of our rec
ord," .beams Mrs. Montgomery.
wo'vo pared tha maiiJ sliMt, fillad
up the moaquito ditch and put
mlvorti all aver town," j
Th first, nroiect tackled by
the all-woman government four
years ago was to rid tne city or
MsMcii t tolorized
layCeihDsdaMd.
WASHINGTON, May 15 (UP)
Postmaster Genersl Arthur E.
Summerfield nut all 27 mailmen
in nearby Bethesda, Md. today
aboard motorized -three -y wneei
Mailstertc. costing almost i,wo
apiece.. 0 ;
gres3ional budget-cutting and de de-mimis
mimis de-mimis nt' economy. declined 'to
say whether the gadgets will cost
or rave the taxpayers money in
the long run-V - '
A POt JUtllce ueparxmrni um um-cial
cial um-cial spokesman, asked about pos possible
sible possible savings, told a reporter,
'Presumably we will, be pinned
wi. n noint where we will
,. ld he t total cost .of
t XUOn.OOO. .
4nart trnrr cost,s the Maimers
LDenty tre the answer to the
u-.n'. dream.
x -. . ... ,-
etri t ftrter directional sig-
nols and a 7-norsepower motor.
Pilgrim RtiDlica
Reports All Well
LONDON, May 15 (UP) The
Ma flower II today reported "all's,

well'' m Tery iifht trad. i"

...
neuacin ner i.ou uiun rji uj
the Arieaa
. ....
.new nn
I Capt.
r-. ', i v;ti;r'. r.riiftri
Imrar rm nv0 na vrwd for th
aeii-ta aW th. riffinl Pilffrimt
j' ( I'. -" a- :o
"to bo trouble.

Mayor Bubbles;
unsightly f" water-filled 1 ditches
tind over-crown bitterweeds. :
Next came renovation of City
Hall, which then doubiea as a
bus station.
. Jh nrgtl ladioi, wha alto
boait that they aecpt no salary
for fhirt Mrvie, pitched in to
redecorat ni refurnith the may-i
ar's af f ie r- ttully decorated ;
in chartreuse and aluminum '.'
-Also listed among the acrjdrrt-i
pliuhments of thp. Montgomery
administration are vthe con construction
struction construction of a youth center and
eradication of all wooden bridges
Hagerty Hints White
WASHINGTON. May IS (UP)r-1
Is the White House haunted.
Pres dential Preiis' Secretary
James ... Hagerty 4 Monday night
hinted or did he? that posibly
a ghost or two uounsnes in me
old mansion despite its recent ren renovation.
ovation. renovation. if.
A reporter asked Hagerty on
ABC's TV "Press Conference"
whether as an Irishman, of
course- he had ever heard or
seen anything of Jhosts in the
Whita.tiouse. '.- .--p. ..;
"No, I haven't, Hagerty said.
"But seiiouslv the President has
told me more than once that the
presence that lie feels more than
anyone cise is oranam .loncum
when he is in the White 'House.."
Hageity said,; however, Presi-
dent Eisenhower
has not
beard
Lincoln.?1' -i -j. if
v
The reporter who asked Hagerty
the qaertion noted he Jias read
lhat -. Queen Wilhelmina Of The
Netherlandr met Lincoln face to
face in the White House.; 1
He said he also has read that
Mrs. Roosevelt saw ghosts,
Moreover. Mrs. Lincoln herself
was reported to have Insisted that
often st nigni sne nearo uie
chosts of Andrew Jackson swear
ing and Thomas Jefferson playing
his viulm
Cigarette Thef t
Brings $25 Fine :;
For stealing 11 cartons of cigar-1
ettei, -vEustace.. G. Edev today
was fined $25 In the Balboa Ma
gistrate's Court and given a
dav tusnenaea iau sentence..

The ietit larceny .against n e,y in a mscx sun in commai wuu
29-year-old Panamanian defendant;he faucfy- costumes be wears in

involved the theft of J14.30 wortn
rrf riparpttee from the Paraiso
Commissarry stockroom. He was

also placed on one year probation.'inq:ctranis sgam me-

77
By DOC 0UIG8
' i.
NT!W YORK (UP) The towers
of Manhattsn looked tired and al
most limp in a fog that cunea
and ching, and a young fallow in
our ofliee lamented weaHyv mat
time wjs gaining on him.
Ihis :s u soring oi in year.
trus sprorn rauurrra u"",
- .itri him tn chair and
I L I A-ir.ir r.1 Ml llUl Tnlfl
.

Hairline Avcird leads To

"llpiiddling with luVpoika

dnt how tie and go ahead aad tauc
out his tTOUDlei.
'Thtr rflmei a time
when you!
1 r .
i...
ja the throe of a.
a ai
ana

i

With! Go'ehce

in th clt.x .v1-
."But we aren't through yet,"
nroclaima Mrs: Montgomery;
"We want to .stay In office
until we get our payln program
finished, ana we worn Mice any
salaries for doing lt i" :-.;,
Hr opponent ha found a n
weak spot ta bring ta the attn
tlon of tha sity' Ml aualiHaa
voter th lad condition of tha
- eiy w"." c -trzr: -rr'--'.:
, Mrs. Montcouiery explains the
well froze in February and the
city Just hasn't had the money
to get-H fixed. '
House Haunted
'And that's -not all. She also said
r aotto vnice she heard old John
Tyler "wooing ; hif 20-year old sec
ond k wife.
Liberace Fil3$ I
Suit Againsi K
CcnfidinJinl Mag
LOS ANGELES, May iS (UPH
Liberace, the smiling pianist, to today
day today filed i 23 million' dollar libel
suit against Confidental magazine
and appeared voluntarily before a
grand jury. Investigating the pub-
ucaiion. r, ,.
- -i ? ft. (
' Actress : Maureen O'Hara also
went before the county granl jury
which has-been asked by the state
attorney general's office to return
criminal Indictments against tne
magazire ..
Liberacf suit was based on' an
article 'ni'ne current issue of the
maeszine which he charged por
trayed hijn as "immoral, indecent
and obscene." He said the. story
was' "rcrllete with lies and false
hoods" ahd asked for 20 mUlion
dollars general damages and five
million pcuars. exemplary aan-
ages. ,': I ' V
Miss rilfara said she wss
"shockreJ' at the availability of
such rrngs7inea at newsstands
and as the' mother of a 12-year-old
dauiter she felt it was her
civic durv to cooperate in the in investigation.
vestigation. investigation. r .
Liberaee.'- dressed conservative-
hi slags 'appearance.
nole Di'iMf in: appearing before
the Jury .was to aid it ia bringing
ihe use of going on?" he
what is
Middle age? What's that, old
hoy-4 - 4"i ;
It's wt.en youag people oegin
addressing vou ss 'mister,' That's
what it if.-. When you have to wear
your t lat-sr every day...hen you
realire yoa ve lost your resilience
in th morninf..
Lost your resilience? Howt
1 Js-j ,n miiiin, hfnr
.-.t1.
. I 10.1 U.U JW""?
- lrJoii't ev.d feeL .ost onungs.
ftrBBrTlfl. Tim VII IIHRL i'WW
liWe comr more ina -i.. n
when I on tAe subway, I race
oM -Udiei for the prmirge e
i-t ,mt. th. uirKt it
m yui i.j ppr.cu m w.

THE PULSE
Of PANAMA
ONE MINISTRY each Is what
the three dissident factions of the
National Patriotic Coalition are
clamoring foraccording to "tausr
to, a columnist or tne taDioiQ ia
Hora.
One of tha rhrta mlnlstnas
wanted by tha group. Is tha Fl Fl-rianca
rianca Fl-rianca Ministry, tha columnist
. v ;
Meanwhile, several more promi
nent members of the CPN have
come forward with public state
ments in- support of the adminis
tration of President Ernesto de fa
Guardia Jr., who has been accus accused
ed accused by his disgruntledFirst i Vice
President' Temistocles Diaz ot not
conforming to the dictates of the
party.:;;, r..-, lf fir'
The general tone, of the) state statements
ments statements was that oft censure for the
stand taken by the Vice P r e s i
dent. !;- J- : '"".i '"'
'. Mayor- Jaait Ar Cajar Escala
yattarday reminded all persons
wha ware givan parmitt ion fa
cut down trees in Panama City
that they are under obligation to
plant, two, in replacement of
those which have bean removed.
He gave'them 15 days in which
to comply before A applying the
sanctions provided by law.
' Businessman .Oscar 'H.' -Muller
protested today that the name of
us dead father, Carlos W. Muller,
abitrarily -appeared on a recent
list of delinquent taxpayers.
Muller said the Internal Rev
ami Department has been una
bla to product one single unpaid
bill for property -taxes against
his Jato father. vv. i":
He. added that It was, orobable
mat dujs are ownea.Dv one 'of
tlie subsequent owners of ? proper
ty sola oy nis lather 4n 1942, sev several
eral several jears before his death; v
The- Supreme Court hat unheld
the conviction in absentia of a U.
soldier from Puerto Rico who
was found guilty of aryn, La Ho Hora
ra Hora reported today. 1
Guillermo Morales Velez; of trie
504th Artillery Regiment a Fort
Kobbe, had been sentenced to
four year and six months In pris prison
on prison on a charge of having set fire
to the, curtains of the Bohio bar
at the Limits on March 1ft 1953
and' causing considerable damage,
iM,iaDiora. saia.. t, r, v
He was tried and sentenced in
absentia on Nov. 16, 1954, because
Zone military authorities had re
fused to give him up, the report
saia. ; --.. .a'. ; ..
Hie Panama Censorship Board
agreed this morning that a.' fine
should be imposed on the owners
on the Presidente Theater1 -for
showing movie trailers' and dis
playing propaganda for a movie
which had been ruled unfit for
minors by the censors,
The fine, which call be no less
than S50. will be imposed by the
Ministry of Government and Jus
tice. 7
Censorship regulations provide
that disolar ads cannot be print
ed or displayed in theater lobbies
and trailers must not be shown
on the screen during regular pro program
gram program if any movie has been rul ruled
ed ruled unfit for children. t;
$i p, w;-ToppJe :
MEMPHIS. May 15 (UP) The
No. 5 piai wobbled on its edge but
refused to topple and so bowler Ju Julian
lian Julian Levitch lost $10,000. After 11
consecutive strikes, Levitch miss-
ed the No. 5 pin on the 12th roll,
msking his score 299. ; i
Levitch wasn't very happy, for
the alley manager has a standing
offer of $10,000 to any bowler who
rolls a perfect 300 game.
Thoughts Of
darnk deely of the wsief,
and
-
lain Decame itnjucnu

? t when vou get'oii your galoshes' al.you do it

.i t I mrt th
least Lit reminiscent about nny
Good ti a a and Glenn Miller, I'm
middle aged I can tell by tha way
th si-ij kk-l at me when I talk.
"U.dcile afe is when all the
things you bought with a lifetime
guarantee start wearing out. mij
.
frigeratur te going.
"V.li:s see .is wnen you
I j out on a picnie nn- uie --
trans a oau same ana rw h;,
- -

Taliihu Good tooli

.it Labor kesie
, ) it' t y 1 1. ,(n .-j i
From Treaty fingle 5

A silent Senate official is presently getting on ear earful
ful earful of Tabor problems tond aspirations on the IsthmuSi :

He is A. Ml. Faucette counsel for the Senate Post Of

fice and Civil Service committee) wbich is shortly to con

sider plans for Implementing
lflCt DB I IC L ... I

Faucette has curtly contrived to keep out of earshot

of the press, but before he

have heard the views of off icials of both the Panama and
Canal Zone governments, and a long list of local labor
leaders. ; V I
a The topics will have covered 'every aspect of labor
questions here, with equal pay for equal work and retire retirement
ment retirement provisions at the top of the pile. ",; 1--
: It is not known whether current claims for $Tan hqiir
minimum wage for employes of private firms on the Canal
Zone come within Faucette's present domain
'v.' Senate committee counsels have in the past been

known' to have considerable
tee's deliberations.
At Balboa Helehts today' he
was briefed by Gov. W, E. Potter
and high Panama canal officials
on the Canal's plans lor putting
the treaty's labor provisions m
Tomorrow he is -scheduled to
confer with a aeiegauon or of
ficials from AFCSMB, ; AFL-CIO
Locals 900 and 907. 1
Saturday he mat meet with
Rufus Lovelady. president of the
American Federation of Govern Government
ment Government Employes Lodge 14 Kjind
other lodge officials. r
Yesterday lie spoke briefly to
E. W. Hatchett of th Oentrai
Labor Union-Metal Trades
Council. Hatchett said the
meeting was "purely aotaL"
Jns de la Rosa Castillo, chair.
man of Local 907 said toiay .that
he will discuss with Faudette two
noint. in the treaty. Tliey coa
cern the cut-off point at which
u.a. rates will be paid (from
wade CS-4 and up) and the ls-
ii. mf rr.irment. '. j
rftstiiio sain ne nooea ne couia
hress for the assimilation of lo
cal-raters Into the USJrate re
tirement system. He acnea mai
ttnu rpnnpst would be for local
r ater of the Panank Canal
Company since theAraed Fore-
r-mnloves already lad this
coverage.
.. He said that altrpugh his
' group felt the princbles "et
forth ia proposed lgislation
t Small Boys
r i; rrnvrWV
i Church Fi
' CHICAGO, May 15 CP) --Two
small boys, one of whm said his
mhitinn was to be a bank 'rob
ber. have admitted- setfcg a $500,-
000 fire that destroyedLSt. Paul's
Episcopal Church onf Chicago's
South Side, police saidtoday.
Authorities said the oys,- aged
9 and 1?, elso admittfl Monday
scores of other arsons burglaries,
robberies and the the! of a. U.S.
maiMirek '. r
: The bovs told auth ifies they
soakett the St. Psul .Oiirch's fire
hose sytem with pain thinner to
star he blase Marc 16, 1956.
Thev- alo admited etUng two
fires last fjll at the qrpus Chris
ti Roman catholic
Middle
starch In your coll
ldresne for comfo:
; I : "If whi-n vour
it's whra rou're string on the
corner
and dont wfh the girls
go oy
When you he to nave
jMphi horn of Rleeivery night.
When yoa need uia extra cup oi
coffee ui the morug imi can i
take aa extra cup air dmaer
cause... I
Neatly put but liat set yoo
off on this agonkfe appraisal?
"Jus U-is." be rianed. "Last
aifM at the neighrhood young
men society I a
the annual
awsrd man tw
bakline is
most Liely U rec4a

H-you start

1

Je aavs "cut

the1 labor provisions of the
, i t V

leaves next Wednesday will
influence on their commit
,
were "very good," there wera
I certain provisions that whey
did not like which would bear
discussion with Faucette,
' He will join Sinclair and v v-eral
eral v-eral other officials of Locals ca'
and 907 tomorrow mominir 1
conference with the counsel.
u jvicttuwaiic, Aioveiaay reveaiea
fthat his group would discuss tha
single-wage legislation and his
Onion's' proposed amendment to -it.
He said that they would pre-
sent the reasons for desiring ma
changes they have listed at r
their Saturday meeting witi
Faucette. c
(Lovelady Is howpreparinj
testimony which he will person personally
ally personally present before Faucette'a
commute :. some time next
month), ; C
rSen$i!ivilyr Said V
Cause Of Soulh's
Racial Confusion
....
NEW: YORK." Mav 15 YTJP V
The Rev. Robert B. McNeill.
Presbyterian minister of Colum
hit n a rnaa tn mm- k4aU
vmw, VAltti fCO At AAJi MWUlf
published by Look m&gazlna to-

aay mas soutnerners' "sensitivi-
ty" has confused them oa race

Issues.. v. ",...' ', ,
McNeill, pastor of the First
Presbyterian Church In Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, wrote that this sensitivity
prevents southerners from think
ing clearly in terms of freedom,
democracy, justice and -other ..
fundamentals. .
Judgments on absolute stand-'
ards of right and wrone are dif
ficult,- McNeill said, because of
"tne presence of a peopie for
whom he the: southerner must
always make an exception."
, McNeill suggested as a solu solution
tion solution a program of '"creative
eontaet" by permitting repre repre-.
. repre-. sentatioa by Negroes oa city
councils, grand juries, school
boards, medical societies, anin-
isterial associations and ether
public groups.
"The issue is ia every phase of
life the kind of wage scale he
will establish, to whom he will -sell
his merchandise, whom he
will support for public office,
where he will buy nis house...
what preacher he will listen to,"
McNeill said. .-...
-There will be a Breakthrough
eventually," he said, because
"even a southerner cant hold -out
forever against the ixrefuta
ble testimony of his own expe experience,
rience, experience, especially If It ia temper.
ed with the relentless persuasion
of the Bible." .
American Fined
For Intoxication
Aa unemployed American was
fined $10 today in Balboa klagia.
trate'a Court after he was found
guilty ea a charge of intoxication.
He Is Fred B. Leslie, 33, a res-
ident of Panama, who was pick picked
ed picked up in Parano. He liMi his oe
eupaUoa.aa-keavy-eq'xpiEeat- e
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THE MAIL SOX

LOCAL-RATE POSTAL WORKERS

I t a.. nMitin. iiffrina her.ause of tha Treaty, and H

i WW W - "a

i so how long? Instead or bringing us DeneIWs, n unii.v.w

tp UUi Goat m 1
I make an appeal to Governor Potter, an honest and just

i man. to think this matter over, now aa you auiiiwav

. t th. nnai 7nn nnnt. offices, to be told that in June your

J rvtccesbe"telmtoted; "that there will be no more work for

t Local Raters in tne postal aeparwueuio, m

hi Vmirse our husbanas will try to find Jobs but where,

dotoe what and at what pay?. Have you considered If it is laur
a. Air... .fr.. .it thPA vpars? Now. Instead of sitting and

of mlddie'aw and pftoelr chUdre l goring up. they

have to go out into ine coa "a pv' a
t 1, hmiBPaiifp' t fin not understand these things,

' J It possible for someone to see to It that Justice is done, to

see that these men una worn nui "JL1wulV,u ul." "X
of them out of the department fast? Give the men time to
orient tiiemselves, to find some other kind of work, but not the
kind that leads to demotion instead of promotion.
I Just ask you to be fair to them.' That Is very little to ex.
pect from those who have so much, and'so little tolose.
' i.'t- Distressed

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JUNIOR COLLEGE RELIGIOUS GROUP

'Thi Is .vrltten to "Indltrnant Parent." I am student Of

the Canal Zone Junior College and I would like the chance to
defend It against your unfair accusations.
w The religious group meeting your daughter .attended ; was
attended by her of her own free will he was not in any way
w induced, and if she is a college student she is certainly supposed
to be mature enough to make such a decision. 4 v
8 Most of us reach the age of reason at seven years. And If

M you and all those otner indignant parents you speaa, 01 nave

5 done your proper loos or rengious uponnKinn at nome, now cu

"you be concerned .with wnai one nour a weei 01 xcugioua jub jub-,
, jub-, J cussion can do to effect change in the lives of your children?

It should only serve to strengthen the beueis applied in tne
't home 24 hours a day. And If it is done, I say well done.

f atrena-th Is belns Riven where there is a weakness. But I can

f a. k A-S .mm. A..J MAAMMt d(WA,' W

S pus leaders of other denominations, and none cap; sway the

belief, and convictions I hold for tne catnouc religion tnanxs
to my parents. :( ;" ;- : ': r' :,'
S So don't criticize i college, when jrou have afled .in ,youx

g wn job.
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Labor News
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By VICTOR RIESEL

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' CZJC Student j

SETBACK POR INVESTMENTS?,;

U 'f it 'WtVtjlrrA, ; -'X: ?. 'A'J! &

'' All this political agftatlon ; going ntii"Pnama' only teems

to leading to one thing: scaring on u.. private mveauoeou or
government loans. v -i.'-" ; '''"
Z I don't Intend to take sides In the matter, because X am
sure that a lot could be said both for and against President de
7 la Guardia and the "dissidents" as your paper has called them.
'' : But If Mr. de la Guardia wants his government to have any
sort of stability, he should find some solution to problems
"brought into focus by the disgruntled factions. Maybe they arc
2 presently asking for too much in the hope of. being met half
in way. but the fact that they have taken such drastic action is
? probably an indication that they are not getting anything at
all.
Division of the political plum is always a very difficult task
for the party which Is In power, but every effort should be
.pade to divide it more, or less equally among the different fac
Uons.
v Here's hoping that the present situation does not break out
H Into something more serious that would set Panama back an an-I
I an-I other two years at least t- :

Z NonpolitJcal
m ''''
2 FALLEN CUIPO TREE
" Sir:.. ' ..

2 I was interested to read the account of the falling of the

m cuipo tree at Red Tans: ana ine "nun-' accidents which it

caused. I venture to suggest that-had the same tree fallen

m across a highway (any highway) in the uuted States, the story
2 p-ould have read very differently. '. ; f

There would have been about a dozei deaths as ears piled

vp one on uie otner. wny cuon i raav tappen nere? Because

m zonians onve at a serif lbia speed wnicn enable sthem to cope
"with emereencies. i

m The Canal Zone Police Force should be congratulated on

v up aana spceu lawi axia we tact vnt tn ara eniorcca, iney
J save many lives.
tt
a This applies also to the CZ Courts witch Impose a manda
- tbtj sentence of $100 fine for drunken driving. 'This causes
I partying people to think twice before thy go careening down
the highways and byways. Many folks evn take taxlcabi back
and forth to affairs where they know the lquor will be- flowing
Surely a small price and a small lncenvetfenee in the cause of
afety. ..... n
ZU- v Those who think' they' are missing mhy of the amenities
of civilization in their tour away from th, states should pause
"to eonslder these advantages. After all f u cafa't enjoy any
lnd of elvUtzation if you are all smashed tip from a car wreck

caused by. one, of the millions of careless divers in the states, t
ZVZ'l'ri ',;"'- I Safety First

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Pmnanent Finish
Complete Ventilation' f j v
I : SryW N f ) Uaaa Pricod la fayoa aapto 1
I FOR FREE ISTDUTI ODERI, S.A.
J CALL 2-4782 N Soda ratio

Dave Beck,' chairman of the fi-

nauce uouiinutee ot a OiUiuin ud

iupu ussociBuon sometimes jciiowa
as ie xearosters UOioas. nas so

much money in so many .places
toat it took a oawery ut accoum accoum-ants
ants accoum-ants and lawyers 700 hours to count

it property. ..,''
loey diu this back in 1954. They
began counting it tor tne ieamj
president shortly after those per persistent
sistent persistent income tax people took a
dispassionate but dedicated inter interest
est interest in the labor tycoon.

me authority for v all this is

Dave Beck himself. After iie got
his finances straightened, he dic dictated
tated dictated three letters to various u u-nion
nion u-nion funds he actually controlled
behind-the-scenes ana. in effect.

told hifiiseb that he owed the u-

iiion $250,000. This officially made

. a legal loan ne. hoped..
Than Back decided to repay It.
But not eut ef his awn money,
or eour.o. i mo htra, piacad ro ro-i
i ro-i gather for your reading displea displeasure
sure displeasure for tht-first time, is tha ruil
story of tho methods used by tha
Teamster chief to repay : tha
union by taking tho money out
of one pocket so ho could -affi-dally
put it ,ii another, K
Beck wanted .to raise I (200.000

fast. Some time earlier,- as chair chairman
man chairman of .the Teamsters finance
Committee, which consisted main

ly of Dave Beck, lie had lent the

Fruehauf Trailer Co. $1,500,000 out
of the Teamster treasury,?
So he decided to go to his
friends in that corporation; and ask
for a personal loan of the $200,000.
After .all, they had lent .him a

ear and chauffeur for a j a u n t

through Europe, why wouldn't

they lend him the money? .

The Fruehauf Co., ; was either

short of cash, or patience and ar

ranged for Beck to borrow the
money from the Brown EuiDmo.net

co. ine money was aispatcnea to

Beck by check, .ooyei expert
ence Indeed.

Beck deposited the check in a

bank account under the name of

one of his own investment, com

panies. Then-this outfit wrote a
cheok to the, union, j repaying the
$200,000'. "'' v i, -
This repaid, the union, but- the
Hrnuin Rnuinmiint CJi: anon' want

ed to be repaid, too. so Beck hi1
on the ingenious idea of selling
his house bsck to the union, which,
in effect, had built most of it for

mm in tne tint piace.
Back handled tms bit of succes

ful real estate business Simply by

getung on the teiepnona ana ass ass-ing
ing ass-ing bis vice-presidents to vote him
the money without bothering '.to
hold 4 meeting after all it only

involved $165,000. And, of course,
the riant to live in it rent free

for the rest of ml Ufe.?; r-H

. This amused all the- officials,
oxeppf Taamo Saeretafy4foaur.
or Johnny Engliah. pn of J tha
- voopa, tailing another v af ,t h a
phono tell, said, "That ) -Beck
will de anyttiinfl but
spend bit awn. money." :
WeLL UecK sot the cash, and be

gan repaying the Brown Equip Equip-meoi
meoi Equip-meoi Co. deoU But he needea more
money. So he went right through

t ie Suiue' opei aaon. ms t int.;

however, he was ready ; to sell
some ot bis own property, the

house furnishings, the art collec

tion, the motion picture equipment:

all of it to the union tor siw,

000. ...

Once 'more he lifted the phone

ana nao one ot tnose long a i s-

tance executive board meetings.

Once again the union's vice pres

idents approved tne saie.

- But tnig time Secretary a trea treasurer
surer treasurer Johnny Inglish reported he
wa tired of signing chocks for
Bock. English rofusod. Beck hoi hoi-lowed
lowed hoi-lowed that English had been
outvoted. English retorted, okay,
you eign my name; I- werr'K
English has persistently refused
to say whether he did or did not
finally sign. ,.,'. ..;,. :

; But -the furniture "sale" is not
Important. .The .fact is that tie
Senate ricket busting committee
has revealed that Beck took the

moner-4his time officially out

of the -national office-treasury to
repay, the money be had taken un unofficially
officially unofficially from various funds of

the Western Conference of Team
sters some years, earlier.
However, this circular trsnsae

uoa now raises an entirely new

issue. Who owns the expensive

Bed heme? Certain Teamster of

ficials want to know ..i w

As .this opposition group figures

it, tne national Teamsters' Union

owns Beck s house since the $165,'

ouO' came out of tne dues money
paid by the rank-and-file Into the

$40,000,000 treasury of the outfit

Some of them are now talking of

suing Beck, for recovery of the

house or the money. Efforts made
to find the documents which rive

Beck the right to live in it rent-

free for life have heea futile, v

If these documents are not on

file new ia the guarded natioasl

marble palace, then the leg ality of

the circular transaction is shaky.

It will take Beck mora than 70S

hours to get out of this one. 'He

may owe the union that meaty
after alU.- v.. ,-. i

George! You Got .Your Raise!"

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WASHINGTON A significant

unreported incident took place in
side the closed door of the Sen

ate Foreien Relations committee

during consideration of Scott Mc-

Leod as ambassador to Ireland. J

It illustrated how difficult It Is
for the Democrats to show any
sign of leadership- against tha
Eisenhower administration when
their alleged loador is frequent frequently
ly frequently in secret cahoots with the Ad Administration.
ministration. Administration. Just before McLeod's name was

to be voted on. chairman Theo

dore Francis Green of Rhode Is Island,
land, Island, oldest and m o s t revered
member of the Senate, said he had
a talk with Chris Herter, acting

secretary ox state, who reauested

mat a vote on Mcleod be postpon
ed for a week.

Sen. FulbriEht of Arkansas im-

mediately moved one week's nost-

ponement.

This brought protest from Ra-

pubucans. sen. Alex Smith of New
Jersey, the former Princeton nro.

feasor, said he ; couldn't under-

siana u.' -vr-. iv ,c

Sen. William Knowland" of Ca

lifornia, the Republican x leader,
left the room, He came back in a
minute looking'red In. the face.
"I am authorized by the Admi Administration
nistration Administration to say that considera

tion of McLeod not be postponed,"
he announced.

He said that Herter's earlier

request had been based on a phone
conversation with Green in which

Green had said McLeod could not

be confirmed.

cratic caucus this y
one in the four pie

icy
j ... i.

1 t t

Mohammedans come in m a n y

shapes, colors, races and sizes, but

put for purposes of simplicity let s

ci-u them 'Arabs Egyptians,
Kurds, Pakistanis, Bedouins, Tar Tar-gui,
gui, Tar-gui, Moroccans ,. the lot. Let us

also say that I have spent a lot of

tme with Mohammedans. '

In understanding all this, troub

led business in the Middle East,
vm would have to understand at
least one Arab, his religion, his
mentality, 'and his approach! to

up. ,-. - ( a

Whether you are dealing with

the Suez or simply bushwhacking

a stranger or throwing a -least, it

is necessary consider the one A-

rab, whethei the Arab Is Nasser or

s camel herd named Mussa..
The Moslem believes 'in e n e

uvu, fuwi) .int. Mivuauiwcu. 1119
piophet,.and in heaven and hell,
arid id hours of prayer? and really
rather simple laws concerning eon

In that he resemblei his cou'-

sif.s.'vthe Jews-, ywith w h m f he
fights, and with-, most People who

tWieve -in God. AlmiKb.tr and set1 Arab erueltv ara fantastic

ut laws for, livings ;s A: VL you are not a true believer it

, Hut tne Arso. tne Moslem, has is nearly lmoossible to do what the

one very strong thing in conjunc; Western, world alla ''honest busl-

tlon with our Fresoyterians. When mss". with devout-Mohammedans,
he says,'"ushAllah,":.or "El MekVlcsuse ybu Just .don't count as a

toub. melctoub he has closer the nerson in hi world. In his brain.

ledger from his cradle to his tomb. I y,u just aren't there.

: wnai is wriuen is wncien -says

concerns him not. His life is sym

Mlically in the Kaaba stone in

Mecca.'

Although 'united for eternity in

roe twuse ot Allah, the Aran on

earth is first a tribesman, first a

clrnsman, after being f i r s t, of

course, ine neaa ot his immediate

tamuyt : x t

The Tarsul orev on the Bedouin.

and vice versa. O'd Ibn-Saud bore

the scars of a thousand battles a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst his brothers in Allah.
For scores of years; the French
ureC the fierce red-headed Ber

bers of the Old Giaoui to keep the

xiencn -Moroccans in line. ..
The threat of death or the inflic

tion of pain means nothing to a

tfue Moslem. Hence, you can't

scare him, . (
Voir can kill him but that is real-

Iff' InslK1 AllatK sAnnnai il.tat

j iuou tajii uovauoc uc juol oct9
to' heaven quicker that way.

: ius preaisposition to torture is
ages old. I have been with the
French. Foreign Leeion at Sidi-bti-

Abbes, and some of the tales of

or Koran, as must reading for the

State DeDartment hnvs

Until thev fullv Comnrthpnd thp

depth of lush "Allah "as God,
Wilis" we -arent even close to i

any solution in the Middle East.

Usually mild chairman Green

I 'corrected Knowland vigorously.

He said he had phoned Horror
to say that there would be a big
vote against McLeod and while
it might fall short of blocking
McLeod, It might embarrass tha
Administration. He .had asked
the State Department ; therefore
to consider withdrawing McLe McLeod's
od's McLeod's nomination, 1 1

PM f 1 W.lf V T. V

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That was why Herter had ask

ed for one week's delay In order
to take the matter, up at the White

uouse

SECRET DEAL

te and "What will be will be.V

What happens to him in the pro

cess oi late is a matter of com com-ptt
ptt com-ptt unimnortance to himself.,
- The Arab, the Mohammedan.

does not' include the lnfirlnl rlnp

Which is anybody not of his faith

as worth much preoccupation in his
daily doings. 'i ;
His religion divides itself into
many offshoots, but whether he is
Senusi, Hashimite or Ismaeli and
may fight violently within the fam
ily of Allah, he is united in one
thing. The .Ark of the Covenant

A pact between Moslem and un unbeliever
believer unbeliever would be no more binding
than if the. disciple of Allah had
trade a deal with a pariah dog.
But there is one thing a thing
which many recent events have
demonstrated. There are so many

sects, tribes- nations, aH with dif dif-feiing
feiing dif-feiing i definitions of custom i and
religions, that the much talked of

Pan Isiamu alliance is a pnysie pnysie-al
al pnysie-al impossibility You might as well
trv to unit Ireland. v
And in the meantime, I suggest
a cheap translation of the Quran,

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Angeles ''-Angeles to London,, wears tme j
handcuff to which ia attached a
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000 collection of jewelry. Eva f

resorted to the unusual tote
method when she discovered
her lnsuranca on the jewels bad
lapsed shortly before her ached ached-jiled
jiled ached-jiled takeoff.

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What Herter h a dn't known,
when Green, phoned him. was that

Sen. Lyndon Johnson, the alleged
Democratic leader, had already
made a deal with Republican lead
er Knowland to confirm McLeod.

Regardless of what the oooosi

Uon was. "regardless of the time.

honored custom-of democratic de

bate, reeardless of what was

brought out in the hearings, John

son nao agreed that enough Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic .votes would line up for Mc McLeod
Leod McLeod to confirm him, p

Knowland,' of course, knew this"

wnen' ne stomped Out of teat com committee
mittee committee room to phone Herter. He

also knew that President Eisenhow

er scares easy when it comes to

the senate. He, Knowland, has
scared him a good many times
himself. ,
He knew that Ike never" wanted

to appoint McLeod in the f 1 r s t
place, did so only to please John
Foster Dulles

Finally. Knowland knew that a

week's delay wss likely to scare

the President into withdrawing!

jncLeoa s nsme. .. ..

That was why he talked touch

to Herter, in effect told him to get
some backbone. . ,

NOTE Significantly; Lvndoh

Johnson's satellite, Sen. Mike
Mansfield of Montsna, the Demo

cratic wrup, voted for McLeod in

tne secret senate Foreign Rela
Uons committee.
Leo Grsybill. Democratic nation

al committeeman from Montana.

expressed surprise at Mansfield's

yvniuun. t ; ....

He did not know that a deal had

been made by Lyndon. What mak

es otner senators sore about the

Johnson leadership is that these
matters are never discussed in

the democratic fashion, in a par party
ty party caucus. They are decided bv

Johnson privately, discussed with
a few senators by telephone.
v Johnson has held only one Demo-

COL. JAMES ST,' ; t
WASH. Thanks fr t p v
neither you nor 1 i

er had- anything to t -moting
the drainage d.u i
the Army Engineers (' nt Awv
ican Xake to preveiit I i j, m 1
that you live some miles s-

from the lake;

I am happy to make a mi-ra

tion., You will be .interested in
knowing that information to the
countrary came from an authoriz authorized
ed authorized Army spokesman doubtless
because you have been so active
around. Ft,, Lewis that the Army
attributed various moves involving

decisions in Washington to you or
Edgar.
I am sure what you say is cor correct,
rect, correct, however, and I am happy to
make it : -clear that you and Ed Edgar
gar Edgar had nothing to do with inf

ing Washington in favor of the
drainage ditch.

I. CHAPLIN. ELTFftl.n m.

M. I aDDreclatfi vour rallma rr,t

attention, to my unintentional r.

ror in referrine to th h ti r i a I

place of Christ in old Jerusalem
s where f Christ is buried." I a a-gree
gree a-gree with you that I should have
said, where "Christ was buried."

"vwyur; wis risen,,
. NEW YORK CITY It is
wue that mosf Americans who
have sought to achieve power by
undemocratic means and who
have maligned others came to
tragic, and sometimes violent ends
"Ufy Long died by an assassin's
bullet Theodore Bilbo of Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi died of cancer. Sen. McCar McCarthy
thy McCarthy died of cirrhosis nf tha ii

from over-drinking. : ...;

Huey Long of Louisiana di nnt

use-the Bilbo or McCarthy tactic
of unjust accusation. He cam cam-paigned
paigned cam-paigned for better schools, free
school, bookS.s bridges, highways,
and generally for thincra that

help people He taxed big business

ana lougnt iu mg business fought

mm -utterly." 'It- was nmptim

said that he robbed the Hrh tn hin

the poor. ,. ;4i$'..., .- ,'..,,

WHY;Vhb (itblFLEIT MOVED
At a '.conference with State De.

partment officials the other day,
Secretary John Foster Dulles
brought up the Alsoo column 'r.

porting that the 6th Fleet had been
sent to the eastern Mediterranean
in order to keep Israel from at attacking
tacking attacking Jordan. , .
What about the Alsop column?'
Dulles, asked, jy ; o -.

.-..Aiuiies's statf assure 1 him that

in this case. ..te-usually accurate
Alsop brothers: were not accurate,
that tlie 6th Ileet h-id been sent to
quiet Syria and .Etfypt, -not watch
Israel, and that there was nothine

in the situation which he, Dulles,
did not already know about.

Assured, the secretary of state

chuckled;

Well, a story like that won't

hurt us with the Arabs," he said.

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IOCS Colon ,
FHESEHTS,

Today, Wednesday, May 15
P.M. . :
4:0lWFeature Review

4:30 What's Yqur Favorite (re-
quests taken by phone

till 3:00)
S3fl Np.wo' : i

6 : 35 What's Your F a t o r i t

(contdw
6:00 Allen Jackosn Commen
tarv fWRUL)

6 : 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Hawaii Calls (WRUU,
7:00 Halls Of Ivy -7:30
VOA Report from U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
s 8:30 Musical Theater

fi:00 You Asked For It (re

queststaken by pnon
till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America -11:00
Jazz Tin Midnight
12:00 Sign Off. t
. Tomorrow, Thursday, May 16
a.m. - .
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
' Club (requests W .taken

by phona Mil 7:00)
1 : 3(1 Morninff Salon Concert

8:15 Church In The Wlldwood

8:30 Musical Revellje
.. 8:00 News u- '. ii -9:15
Sacred. Heart -9:30
As I See It -,.
10:00 News 4 -''
10:0' Spins and ? Needle (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
. : till 8:30V Vv f.t, I
11:00 News J 1
11:05 S pins And Nee dies

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1 1 :30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News v a -i
, P.M.
12:05 Lunch time Melodies
12:30 Sweet And Hot -
1:00 News '
l:15-i-Muslc Of Manhattan '-'
; 1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 Spirit Of The Vikings ;
, 3:00 Tex Beneke Show
i 3:15 Freddy Martin Show

2:30 Much -B J n d 1 n g-In-The-

Marsh

' S: 00 Hank snow And : Hi

Rainbow Ranch Boys

1:15 Sammy Kaye snow, .:
1 : 30 Music For Thursday
4 : 00 Feature Review, i

4:33 What's Your Favorite (re

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i:35 What's Your Favor It
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' By ERSKINB JOHNSON
vHOLLYWOOD (NEA) 'Exclu 'Exclusively
sively 'Exclusively Yours: Censors can't do any

thing about Jayne Mansfield's
measurements, but the towel she

wanted to wear in a massage-ta

ble scene lust acquired a lot of new

territory even if she is the best

towel holder in town. ,, ,,

ITS WHITE TIE and tails fori

Jayne wrapped only, in a fourj Clark Gable in several sequences

ot v "xeacner s ret. Keminds me
of Director Raoul Walsh's com comment
ment comment about Gable's lasting pow powers
ers powers i J" t- I

fav-two-foor towel loomed her to

. . n I

pin-up i tam in in. oroaowa

ihow. Will success -apoii ic c

Hunter?" But for the film Verwon,
Hollywood censors ordered a tow

el with a "minimum measuremem

of four bv eight feet." Added In-

shucticn read: (

"Sueeest Miss Mansfield u s e

with caution.", w

If vou know Jayne. and almost

everyone does, tms may oe aim-

cult. But at least off the serpen
Jayne isn't going to be out in

front here, there and ? everywhere

from now on, her career ? guides
have decided. She's been showing
up for everything from r i b b o n

sniDDine at bareain basement o-

pemngs to battleship launchings

NOW THAT. Jack Webb is dat

ing ex-Miss USA Jackie Lough-

erv. his leading lady in "ihe P.

.' his words to me aDout tneir

romance in the film have acquir

ed added zip. '

He called it i . A Iitue more in

tense than I've ever had.

:15 r

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KiVirV (i at t l,eer)

:30-i-Telephone Hour (WRUL)

7:00 Goon Show
T:3o VOA Report from 0.8.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here

:00 You Asked For It (re-

' quests taken by phone

13:30 Music From Hote El pan-

!0:45 Temple Of Dreams

11:00 Concert Under The Stars

I2:C3 Sign Oft-

.NEWS

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Scout Court Of Honor v
Will Bt H!d Friday
In Ei&hop Morris Hall

Boy Scout Troop No. 5 and Ex

plorer Post No. 5 will be hosts for

a court of honor to be held at 7:30

p.m. Friday in Bishop Morris
Hall of the Cathedral of St. Luke,
. Anron.

Three scouts will be recognized
as Eagles.. the highest rank in

couUng: 1st Lt. Joseph R. Gay-

hart, scoutmaster of Troop No.. 16,

; Fort Kobbe: Robert K. Arthur,

Post No. 5: and Clark D. Hinder-

. leider, III Troop 15, Albroo Air

- jiorce sast. ;, .: i
Four hie and nine star scouts al-

so will receive their ranks during
the ceremonies, which will be pre-

sidtd evtr by Brig. Gen. George

F. Schlatter, new president of Can-

al ooe i ouncu Mo. 801. BJ5.A.

, AU troops and explorer posts on

i the Pacific side have been request
ed to attend the court of honor.be-

'ing held by the Pacific district of

the scout council, ;

! In charge of sfrangements for

the mefting is Edward J. .Lucas,

; representing the SU Luke's scout

. rganiiations. .. .,

Theatre Guild
Rehearses For
New Production

R?hear.als are underway at

' the Theater Guild for "The Des Des-,
, Des-, perat Hours," Jo;ph Hayes'
'Broadway tnd fUrn thriller.

; Featured in the Guild's produc

tion are nera woirott. Leon wor
-eester, Kt-ih G2ckr.ha-:s. Shir Shirley
ley Shirley Ana fTfr. rh',1 tancerJ,
Morton c-.rrkk. ?ater ?ater-stick,
stick, ?ater-stick, Al Asas, Arr-is J.'ae J.'ae-ey.
ey. J.'ae-ey. K.y V...Dr, a, ex I .cfnl .cfnl-kofr.
kofr. .cfnl-kofr. Bob 1 :r.a and L.ck r :-

Thep ? v-:J'r th C'rrV.r
ef Rcy -' -n i n.
o be -'i, ..:.:: or -f -'ah-!
ion. In a r ; i- I
I I i.

Trade paper news item : '.'Frank
Sinttra, with shaved head, may
star, in the Gandhi, filmbiography.
Oh, no. Wrong man." f
. John Huston's next film will be

a biography of Freud, the father

of psychoanalysis, Wonder if the

couch will win a best-supporting-role
Oscar? i ,Jt''-
i An' African tourist agency Is re reportedly
portedly reportedly organizing a special "Hol "Hollywood
lywood "Hollywood Safari" air conditioned
tents with portable swimming pool-hi-fi
sets, tape recorders and
supply of tranquilizer pills for all
guests. Sounds to me Ilk the
Clark. Bible-Grace Kelly-Ava Gard Gardner
ner Gardner MGM location trip to v Afri Africa
ca Africa for "Mogambo,"
Charlton Heston as Moses in
"The Ten Commandments" miss

ed an Oscar, but the film is a box

office winner one million ..dollars
gross in the few cities where it's

playing. 1 l,'

John Conte of NBC's Matinee
Theater" is being paged' to star
in a film biog of famed painter

James whistler.

"He's the only, rugged star in
Hollywood who can look : good id

a western shirt or in a boiled

one," n i n ... :v

, The Witneti G e r g e Gobel

sipped some wine in a local cafe,
winced to Alice: "Twenty s.tven

musT nave been a bad year or
else the grape crusher forgot I to
take his socks off."
Not in the Scriot: .-Jonathan

Winters about a lah-de-hah cutie:

She went to modeline school to

learn how to walk gracefully out
of studio contracts', :

This Is Hollywood. Mrs. Jones:

Bob Stack, the neurotic drunk in

"Written on the. Wind." is hittine

the bottle again. No. not (because

he didn't-' win an Oscar. It's the

milk bottle He has the midnight

watcn teemng two month old

daughter, Hz. t

MIKE TODD'S at the Sahara

Hotel in Las Vegas,; talking to Jo

se ; Greco. Mike s considering
teaming the great Spanish' dancer
with Cyd Charisse in "Death Is a
Dancer." ,
Credit 'David Niven for ; the
right idea about raising kids in
Hollywood. Refusing to have pho.
tos taken of his sons, Davey, 12,
and Jamie, 9, he told me on the
'My; Man Godfrey" set:; M I
f 'I don't believe it's 'good for
them' to be publicized with photos
in newspapers and magazines. It
centers unnecessary attention on
them at school and jets them a a-part
part a-part from their schoolmates when
they shouldn't be." ;

"Niven says he's even coached

the lads to say about their pop.v

'He's a .terrible actor who has

been lucky in the movies." ,k

Quote Unquote

GETTYSBURG. Pa. (UP)

President Eisenhower on the state

of his golf game; ... f

VSince I've been sick.,1 $ have

never had a really g o o d g o I f

game. .

NEW. VORK Former model

Judith Morgan, 50, on 'stabbing a
salesman she mistook for a Fed Federal
eral Federal judge against whom she had
a grudge:
' ,' ?' ,.. i
"I'm sorry I hit the wrong
man." ' ,'

NEW YORK, 'Field' Marshal
Lord Alanbrooke, Britain's World

War II military chief, on Presi

dent Eisenhower's ability as su

preme commander; ; ; ;

! "Where he shone wasIn his1!

ability to handle Alhed forces, to

treat them all with strict impar

tiality and to get the best out of

an lnter-alhed force."

Communists are Trying to Horn In
On Nero Pilsrimage to Washington

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. Dublin's
Lord Mayor Robert Briscoe on the
celebration marking the estab establishment
lishment establishment of the state of Israel:
1 f'The' Zionist Day celebration is
the Jewish equivalent of St. Pat

rick's, Day," ,

WASHINGTON The Atomic En

ergy; commission on the precau

tions being taken to protect the

public against radiation during

mis summer s nuciear tests;
' 1

"As a resuK of improved con

trols and procedures, radioactive
fallout in the area around the
test site is expected to be even
lower than the levels which have
resulted from previous tests in

Nevada."

WASHINGTON (UP)-Archibald

J. Carey acting chairman, of
President Eisenhower's Commit

tee on Government Employment.

today lashed out at (the Commu

nist r any tor trying to norn in on

a iMeerti ''pugrlmage to washing

ton.

caiun? the pilgrimage a ner-

lecuy legitimate observance,"

Carey said it was common prac

tice of "insincere"; Communists to
climb aboard honest human rights
movements, thereby v .'adulterat-

ing" the' movements or, "impugn "impugning
ing "impugning the motives" pf those behind

them. i j

The "Prayer Pilgrimage for
Freedom." t organized by Negro

churchmen and leaders is expect expected
ed expected by its sponsors to draw 50,000
particitants to a mass- meeting at

the i Lincoln Memorial here next
Friday. Timed for the third anni

versary of the- Supreme court s

school integration edict, its aim

is to cemmemorate the decision,

,'nce aeainst Negroes

In the south and 'jpress for civil

The American Communist Par
ty has made infiltration of the af
fair its number one current ob

lecti ve. according .to ? reliable in

formation. i '
Roy, Whkuis,' 'executive secre

tary of the ? NAACP and one of

three co-cniirmen oi'ine pilgrim pilgrimage,
age, pilgrimage, has piedgbd to keep Com

munists out of official functions

but nan indicated there is no way

of keeping them from attending

as spectators.
awA.r itihA. lflA .'itm i fnflllAI1

United Nations delegate, told the

United i Press 'he was "not sur

prised the Communists have in
troduced themselves into' the pil

grimage."! '

The pugrimage was oeciaea on

at a meeting of 97 .churchmen
and Negro leaders from all sec

tions of the nation at New Or

leans Feb. 4. Other co-chairmen
are tha Rev. -Martin Luther King,

leader of- the Montgomery, Ala.,
bus bOVCOtt r and 'A Philln Ran

dolph, i president of the brother brotherhood
hood brotherhood of sleeping car porters'
v The, rally 'will feature as speak speakers
ers speakers Reps. Adam Clayton Powell
(D-N.Y.) and Charles C.VDiggs
Jr. (D-Mich.) Negro congressmen,
an three Negro ministers.' 'The
ceremonies Will,.' feature prayers,

singing, i r.

Wilkins said the ceremony i s

basically a "spiritual assembly"

with snof place for the' irreligious"

such as. the communists.

Sponsors said thev expect 35.000

to 4u,uuo ,, persons trom outsiae
, Washington v to attend; John C.
Calhoun, head of the A 1 1 a n t a

branch of the NAACP,' said h ex-

sects aoout ,i,ouu trom new ur ur-eans
eans ur-eans and-1.500 from Birmingham,

1.090 eich from Atlanta. Mont-

comery. Narhville, and Baltimore.

200 fr .m Mobile. Jackson, ba van

nah, Charleston-, ana, ureenvuie,

S ,C. -i .. ,,. y f i j i

Kin. said he did not think the

attempt at infiltration by the

Re Is would have any : effect on

attendance fcecaucr Negroes plan-

nirgJto be present know the, pil pilgrimage
grimage pilgrimage is supported """by some
of the nation's most renowned re re-ligous
ligous re-ligous leaders..."

US

I LITTLLJ

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has to sit up for them.

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LtGION OP HONOR Former President of Panama Dr. Ri Ri-,
, Ri-, cardo J Alfaro is decorated with the Cross of the Legion of.
Vjuuu jn T inriol Vaiw The honor W&l

Honor Dy rrencn nuiuasaauvi t-
conferred upon Dr. Alfaro at a reception held at the French ;
Embassy last night.
RECEPTION AT CUBAN EMBASSY WILL CELEBRATE
MTH ANNIVERSARY OF CUBA'S INDEPENDENCE
The Ambassador of the Republic of Cuba Dr. Francisco
de Miranda y Varona and bis wife have issued Intltatlonj

to a reception, wnicn wiu oe nem t we utw
'from 6:30 to 8:30 Monday eveninr In commemoration f the -'5'
Anniversary of the Independence of Cuba..
' Durinc the CTenins: the Anbassador of Caba will five
the Grand Cross of the Order "Carlos M. de Cegpedes" to
' three former Presidents of the Republic of Panama, Tomas
Gabriel Duque, Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro and Enrique A. Jlme Jlme--
- Jlme-- nea.' v .. r

6:30 to 6:45. Mrs. Kveton related
her past visits to other Auxiliaries
throughout the 48 states and the
D.C. She, recently completed a
tour of Europe with the Crusades
for Freedom., She was also a re-,
presentative for President Eiseni

hower in his Prson-to-Person pro-

si am uu,juuc worm tour in

that capacity.

V After the broadcast, a dinner

was held at the Sky-Chef and the

visit org thoroughly enjoyed sam

phng a variety, of the local dish

es.

Abou iaad Tempi
Plana Full Program
Fw Saturday Initiation
Ahou Saad Temple. Ancient A

tabic Order Nobles of the Mys Mys-tiirShrine.'
tiirShrine.' Mys-tiirShrine.' has planned1 a 'full

Kortiiia nt vntc far fhls "Satuf-

ay. to which all members and
visiting" Shriners from .all ,0 1 a r
Temples -are invited, i -v i
J The Saturday program will tpen
with Ihe Ceremonial in which 22
candidates will be initiated. This
event : will be held at the Ancon
Masonic Temple- The three sec sections
tions sections of the Ceremonial are ex expected
pected expected to he concluded by., 4 o' o'-ai
ai o'-ai (:..; fi.'; h;v ;,;
iBJenext item, ", of activities for
Saturday will be a dinner dance
at fia Fort Amadoj' Officers Open
Jiefc. This affair which will start
t5 30 with cocktails is open to

SliNobles and their ladies. -Danc-

lag '-Wur conunue uuiu uuuiui.
Reservations at $1.50 per person
are! being received by the Record Recorder
er Recorder If -the Temple at P. O. Box
JB6i; Balboa, Canal Zone.
jaional Pmidant
? VFW Auxiliary
njyi Visit Here

liuii. aav fc-v
a) President of the Ladies' Auxi Auxiliaries
liaries Auxiliaries to the Veterans of Foreign
3ars, arrived on Braniff Airways
ay 6. She was accompanied by
her friend from Texas, Mrs. Rus Rus-afcll
afcll Rus-afcll Duryea. A welcoming commit committee
tee committee was at the airport to greet
tkem (Mr. Donald O'Neill, Depart Department
ment Department Commander of the V.F.WM
Mrs. Louise A. Witzig, President
f the Ladies Auxiliary, Post .3822,
Mr. Jack Warford, Mr. Stanley
flolek, Mrs. Jack Warford, Mrs.

Vera Boek. Mrs. Margaret noo-

' tach notice for Incluai in this
.column' (houU b lukmlrtid n
typa-writtaa torm and mailad ee
tha boi number list' daily In 'So 'So-ial
ial 'So-ial and QtharwiM' or deliver.
mi hand th Hic, Notiot f
; mtingt ; cannot be cpd t
'tlphn.

CZ Art' League-
Meets T Porm -,

A meetine of the Canal Zone

Art '. League will be' held Friday

night, at 7 o'clock, at the home

of Mrs. John Blennerhassett. ca-

lle 7a-rbetween 7th and 8th streets.

This meeting is being held for

the purpose of organizing an At

lantic Side Chapter.

All members are urged to at

tend and bring anyone interested
in joining. ', k

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Junior CoI!ese

News

QUEEN OF GRADUATION BALL Agnes Brin, Queen of.Balboa High School's Graduation
Ball, is shown with, her. courts The Ball was held Friday at the Albrook Officers''.Club;,;'-'i'r:-'

A delegation visited the office of
Lt. Governor Schul,! the following

Luncheon-was held at the Al

brook AFB Officers' Club.. In the

afternoon they paid a visit to the

office of the Commandant .of the

15th Naval District. A champagne

party was given by the VFW Post

3822 in the last afternoon. T n a

evening a reception was held at;
the Fern Boom of the Hotel Tivo-

11 and was attended by apnroxi

mately 55-60 persons. Mrs. Kveton

ana Mrs. Duryea were presented

wnn.nanquet cloths and napkins.
Thursday they journeyed across

the Isthmus and were the guests
of VFW Port Auxiliary 3876 in

Cristobal, Mrs. McDade president

iney just went shopping. Mrs.
Kveton bought 2 large oil paint

ings in to lobby of the Hate

Washington. She also met the

President of Panama who happen

ed to be there at the time. They
talked quite a while and he was

very cordial to her. A luncheon
was served at the Post home and

at the evening there was a cock

tail party and a buffeet supper

An orchestra completed the party

After which they rode back to the

pVr, Senior Vice-President of Auxi-J Hotel El Panama, as they were
Gary 3822, and Mr. Ernest F. Wit-ito leave eariy; the following morn-!

-4--

tl:.V

Mrs Kveton and Mrs. Duryea
stayed at the Hotel El Panama
Airing their visit.
.Ob) Tuesday -May 7. Mrs. Kve

tan-Mrs. Witiii and Mrs. Mc-

aade, president of the Ladies- Aux Aux-ary,
ary, Aux-ary, Post 3876, were seen on
CTN iiaotlight -TV program from
IS i i

Prevent Hesf Rash

LM I

s5l

MEXSANA
MiHCAtt rowvti

ing. Mrs. K?eton goest to Hawaii

from here and then to Alaska

which will complete her tour of

every VFW Auxiliary.
Recent Gueito
At Panamam Inn
Among receat guests at th Pa

namonte Inn Boquete are Dr. Oc-

tavw tabregt. from Panama, Mr.
n I L - i

xvuuen rorvij, irom riuioi, nr.

joon nuae, rrom ranama; Mr.
Jeronimo AlraillateguL from Pa

nama; Mr. ten Jepten. from

Puerto Armuelles: Miss Marie

Ruiz, from Pterto Armuelles: Mrs.

V. S. Robertson, from Panama,

and Mrs. Evelia Velarde, from

Panama.
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By LCI COTTON
My humble apologies for the

long absence of this column, but

what with Santa Clara, recuperat

ing from Santa Clara, and then

succumbing to the bite of one teen teen-sy
sy teen-sy weensy little mosquito by the

name, "Anopheles, 1 have just

been out of circulation.

Seams I wasn't th only on t
get th bug, though.: Two girls,
Peggy Acker and. Norma Harm Harmon,
on, Harmon, wr a Is hospitalized with
malaria, and Jay Cunningham
and Bill Harchatt wer out with
soma sort of virus, Mayb it's
lust causa exams are eomirva up.

The recent and welcome rain

that knocked over the hug quipo

tree in Red Tank had me scared

for a minute. I thought Bill Cof

fee had switched his target from

busses. Or that "Peter Shea Lang'
was on the rampage again.

DAWN'S EARLY LIGHT DEPT

Memo to future draftees: Ding
Dong Halsall and Gil Smith say
that the best duty in th whole

durned Army is in Germany, near
a place called Garmisch. Flooded

with females, It s as ntzy a piace
as there is anywhere. So we'll prob
ablv set sent to Alaska .. Heard

that Fred Raybourne almost got
hi nlcture in the taoers. Wonder

what for? .Maybe because JC's I

columnists "have voted him their

favorite target Couple of ( JC

girls have been asking questions a a-bout
bout a-bout a special kind of of of

dancing, you might say. Wonder

what they've' got on their minds?
..Mike Carpenter, sometime (tho

not very often) JCer, leaves tor
the States hext Tuesday. There
will be a moment of silence at his
departure ... We would like to take

this opportunity to offer an invita

tion to visit J.C. to two very at

tractive voung lames irom euriaio,

New York. At present, they are ex exchange
change exchange students at the if. of Pa

nama, hut maybe they'll like J.C.
better. I volunteer (i.e., jump at
the chance) to act' as their guide,

should they accept the offer, Hav

ing visited. in Buffalo for' quite

soma tune (about two hours),

feel I am best qualified. Soo-o-o.. J

Best of luck to all the candidates

for S-A. President. Being witness
es to this year's phenomenal sue

cess, they all Know what they have
to live up to (rather, to what they
have to live up w no, what they

well, anyway..) .:
Biggest news of the week, na
rurally, is the arrival of the year

books. Our congratulations to Dr.

Moody, to whom th Conquistador

is dedicated, to Nina ana the rest

of the staff for such an excellent

job, and our thanks to BHS for the

prompt delivery. .

Well, that's It for now. As they

say in Russia, s m i r t s 1 o v."

(That's KueaUn for "smirtslove."

Prelale Tells Pope
Polish Catholics
Held To The Failh

VATICAN CITY, May IS (UP) (UP)-Stefan
Stefan (UP)-Stefan 'Cardinal Wyszynski of; Po Poland
land Poland told Pope Pius XII in their
first meeting in, six years today
that the miljions of Polish Roman
Catholics had held- fast to their

faith In spite of Communist per

secuuon.

The Vontuf embraced the Ro

man Catholic primate of Poland
when ho walked into the papal

library for a dramatic special au

dience. They last met in 1951 be before'
fore' before' Wysiynski became a "prince
of the church.' i, ;. a-;.
Wyszynski since spent three
years in Communist "detention."
His Telease last October by the
new-Polish regime of Wladyslaw
Gomulka was regarded by the
Vatican as a "glimmer of light"
in the black history of Communist
persecution of the church in Po Poland.
land. Poland. ..--
Uutil Gomulka returned to pow power,
er, power, the cardinal had refused to

leave Poland for fear' he would

not be permitted Jo return, i:,J.
Vatican sources said one of the

first, thingr the Pope asked about

was i WyszynRki s three years of
"detention." v
The sources" said the cardinal

assm-ed the Pontiff that.:', ? v i

The 25 million Roman Catholics

hav remained steadfast to the

church throughout th years 'of

communism.1 :rf,,a.;v-

"That the Roman Catholic hier hierarchy
archy hierarchy in Poland did not, sign any
''accord ; with th Gomulka re

gime aj Warsaw Claimed' last

December. The alleged accord in

eluded a provision that the church

would not ihterfer in political

affairs;- ---,-'

14-Year-0ld Boy
Confesses Killing
Golden-Haired Tol

cut tVtK&fizllzd

If you borrow a book from a

mend, return n as soon as you

CHICAGO. May 15 (UP) Law

renc Madsen, 14, the "nice boy
from downstairs,", today confessed

luring a gomen-naired, 2-year-old

girl into his .basement den and

strangling her "because I just

warned to.

The ; riim. aonle cheeked bov

aammed the killing when police

men showed him the shallow

grave under the enclosed porch of

nis nome where i he had stuffed

the nakf d body of Lise Jorgensen:

Above the grave, nailed to the

outside of the stair enclosure, he

naa hammered a sign reading

"My mother's prayers follow me".

Psychiatric, tests, were .planned

to discover why Lawrence had

coolly twisted knotted tie around

Lite's throat as she sat on a dirty

cot listening to phonograph rec record.
ord. record. '"t-V'i. 7'rw7.-.'rJ- r-vt- 'JS.'"

Lawiencj lived win his grand

mother on the first floor of an

old-fashinned apartment housff on
Chicago's North;' Side; Lise lived

with her parents, Arnold and In In-ger
ger In-ger Jorgensen, and her 6-months
old brotlie'on the third floor, s.

Yesterday ; afternoon. Lawrence

found Lise sitting on the back

stairs, crymg. lie asked her what

was the matter and sne soooed,

No one wants to play with me."
The boy asked if Lise would

like to listen to some, records in
the secret" den he had fixed up

in the basement. of the building.

The little girl smiled and nodded

and L?wrence led her 'down into

the darW-ilcotfevi'v Vy Xiu.V.

After the killing the- boy went

upstairs to do his homework.
Lawrence sat in his home, talk

ing politely to police, as 100 offic officers
ers officers and 50 volunteers searched for
Lise from bouse to bouse, through
the night and into the morning.
Shortly after midnight, police no-

found lot se earth below -the sars,

and dug out use s body. ,;

MCQ3Y CM

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Dock Lending Ship
Monlicello Arrives
Cristobal Tomorrov
The USS MonticeUo will arrive

in Cristobal tomorrow for a four-

day visit Jn Canal Zone waters.-
The1 MonticeUo, a 6,880-ton dock
landine ship, will make a south

bound transit of the Panama Can

al and upon arrival at Balboa will

berth at Pier One, Naval Station,

hav finished reading it it wlU "Pf,"; J w: T t

Promnl rvturn.wtll kn MOa pon VI tu ws o.u

fro n.ttlnt- it off for loas Rico. The ship wul leave Balboa

that the book finds a resting nert, Monday en route ta-San Die

go, vaiuoriua. .)..-
Funerol Tomorrow
For Von Stroheim

P4S1S, May IS (UP) Funeral
services will be held tomorrow at

nearby Vaurepas for film actor-

director Frich Von .Stroheim, it

was announced today. Von StnH

beim, 71,. died Sunday night of

cancer at his chateau .'In

Maurepaf. v '

A disadVAnt.fi OK nf fha Tannhi,

transfer bid la "that there" is "no
Way tO Ston at twn rilQmnnri.

futeran Wemng nw-trump since

iwu-ciud response is Btay Btay-man
man Btay-man type and asks for a four four-card
card four-card major suit,
You can stop at three dia diamonds
monds diamonds and since It is almost im impossible
possible impossible to get to play a hand at
tWO diamonds When tho Hinnnri

i j .:

iiiiiB nanaja a aiampnd Jjust the

aasaavantage i.- is sligh indeed
and there, are valuable by-products
to make up for it. -,

If North had hcipiV -' nlovln

Stayman he would either hive
passed or responded two dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. In either case East would
have come Into the bidding with

i-wu spaues ana eventually nlay-

ea some spade contract and
made three or four depending
on the play. 1 ,t
Playing the JTB, North' re responded
sponded responded two clubs. East passed.
He could not tell whether North
was strong or weak, south could
not tell either and made his cor correct
rect correct rebid of two spades -.
North bid three clubs. This
Was rnsft tpoifu .u.i. .

South to d toreTdVmliii. ,But Nv? POkMman st-
whether North i n2L know sibility tht some of the subs
weak? it didrtntWat,o?nKJi: might7 be, Ru-sian, was not. being

three-diamond km overlooked.

ti. ,.r uwma-

By UNITED PRESS
T. H. White, who has written

great number of books, seems to
be known chiefly for only one of

these. Mistress Masham's Repose,

probubly tne only Englisn chil

dren s book to have a fascination

for adults equal to those of Lewis

Carroll and A. A. Milne, Happily,
White's latest novel, The master
(Putnam ) is in -much the same
vein as Mistress Masham, although

ne nas. substituted a pattern of ac

tion reminiscent of "Treasure Is

land'' fiHythe, light hearted fan
tasy of the earlier volume,

However, there is a mole fantasv

here too. The twins, Nicky and Ju Judy,
dy, Judy, find themselves stranded on

an isolated island somewhere in

the North Atlantican island in inhabited
habited inhabited not by the savages that
one had come to expect, but by a
race of uper.- civilized beings.
Wonderful adventures on this is island
land island are followed by internation

al complications, but while White's
emphasis throughout is on the

gsowth of these children under the

influence of their improbable and

captivating experiences; he never

lets moralizing interfere with the
fun.. The wide-eyed readiness with

wich he accepts ms world of his

own creation seems to explain

somewhat White s unique charm.

He writes : neither "down" to the

young nor "up" to their elders

Like Carroll he demands of h is
readers nothing but an ageless' 1 1-magination
magination 1-magination and the willingness to

be enchanted. r i j

In the increasing complexity of

modern life with its fast pace and

revolutionary changes many 'per

sons lose their balance. Fear and

anxiety drive ever growing Num

bers into hospitals and mental in

stitutes. This increase in personal
problems due to modern strains

has spawned a new type of physi

cian the doctor who alleviates

and heals, mental and bodily ills
by helping the patient control his

emotions.) Some of these doctors

are psychiatrists, some are psy

chologists, some are doctors of di divinity
vinity divinity One, of the most effective
of these is a minister, Norman

Vincent : Peale. who combines his'

personal psychology His book, The
Power of Positive 'Thinking has

been a long-time best seller. He
has followed this up with a new

book. Star. Alive All Your. Ufe

(Prentice-Hall) which he hopes
will stimulate his readers to a

'more dynamic and ... creative

life.".

Richard Bissell's Say, Darling

(Atlantic-Little. .Brown) Seems to

bite the hand that feeds. After the

success nt- his cents, an ..expose

of the garment business, he was

called in to collaborate on the mu

sical based On that novel, 'ihe

p,j-,.na ., a. say, ; "g, is

an tAosc oi aroauway

Heels and Broadway dajj es a-

bound. the talk is slangy and ul

tra-sophisticated, the back stab

bing murderous, tne success in incredible,
credible, incredible, .the failure damning. Ev,
erything looms larger than life.

Bissell s ear is incredibly snarp,

hii eye constantly peeled for the

foible, the phony and the fraud.
Descended 1 more directly from

"The Thin Man" than the Hem

ingway he superficially resembles,

he is glib, wisecrack-nappy, gener generally
ally generally very funny. , r 1

The footbridge across a Drainage
canal hear the Austrian town of

Andau was a notuli ;
of lumber.: But some
when freedom again t- ; ... r
Hungary it may b: t i f
European symbol ot i ..i-r it
was at this bridge t:, t Janes
Michener, American 1 auj
war correspondent, wa'i i l .o ex exodus
odus exodus of Hungarians. Michener
spent many days qucKn.i. t!.
refugees last fall and Ins "inlet
book, The Bridge at Andau (Ran (Random
dom (Random House), reports what hs
learned.

OOlf
WHAT
SPEED

- l ' 1 V

AHH,
WHAT
FLAVOUR

SUPERD,
CHOCOLATY

Searches 1 that follow reports of

tiiied crafts sr not American

place onyeur own bookshelves.

Reds Aim Booster
Shot At Japanese ?
LONDON, ay 15 -VPY A
LONDON. May 14 (UP) A

group of Soviet "peace partisans"
left for Japan today to bolster the

Japanere campaign against, nu nuclear
clear nuclear weapons tests, Baditf. Mos

cow reported. . :

t!itv Bob

. SKIN IRRITATIONS
' this MIDICATID wcryl
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j fim vow UVy's DUftr HmK
; Digptr ChMf. Urb icdi wwi
t tricUy Htm Jtassj at Asanas
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. mtH Id JomU. prwtm mmA Up
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tors woBxWfuEy is a aaftj
i It piufossa Walbg t cashio cashio-kt
kt cashio-kt fcabV haf4 akai agaaksl
fwlW arriubo. Oct AaaaM
McdicaSed Pewdar tedty. -rail
Try Amaaens Kwa
. sunt Foe tm' itm eaa aese aese-listcly
listcly aese-listcly free, ascxl C postcard with
year Mm 4 aaVIrm t Dept
x 8rfoi-xvf cw rfinid
(0;er exptrss Pec JZ. UHj

"BRINK OF HELL, starring William Holden In a story
f the rocket pilot rh fly the litest jM-recket pilots
plane. OPENS TOMORROW AT THE CENTRAL. Wuiiam
Holden, recipient f the Pheteplay Geld Medal award as
the meet pepalar aeter ef 1955, has had amacing no in inker
ker inker ef aiircessee recently tn such hiu aa "The C entry Girl,"
Xeve la Many Spen4red Thing,- "Picnic- and "The Trend
and The Profane." As bead ef ToJnca Ficteret he had the
opportunity te select his ewn parts and ekeerver tay that
he give hit mti tnemorable performance te date in
"BRINK OF HELL. Dent mis It.

HALIFAX N.S.. M.v

At least four nmdentified shbmar-

met nave neen sighted off Cana Canada
da Canada s eart coast in lens than a
month. The Canadian Navy it not
overlooking the possibility that the
my.steriooa underaea craft might
be Russian.
' The latest report came Monday
from t;ie Placentia Bay area
where Mr. and Mrs, John Slade
if Spenctr's Cove reported seeing
a submarine near their home
early Monday morning. They taid
the sub lay in the mouth of the
harbor, ?M yarok from shore.' for

half an hour before subraerping.l

jvuuraay, me M. John s (Nfld.)
Telegram ouoted two of five men
who reported seeing a mysterious
submarine last Thursday. Gerald
McCarthy and Pu&seU Sheppard.
both of Harbor Grace, said they
itched th craft as it surfsced.
maneuvered about the tricky har harbor
bor harbor entrance on the wet side of
Conception Bay- and tbea tub tub-merced.
merced. tub-merced.
Two fishermen saw a aurfieed
sub near New Harbor Island in
mid-Apni and thur report was
hr.enifated by U.S. planet. Aa Aa-other
other Aa-other report eame May t from
Fairhavea, It raties northeart of
riacenfa.
The Real Canadian Nary,
fcich irten investigates the re re-rorta
rorta re-rorta in corjunction with the U.S.
Navy and A:r Force, is reluctant
It ij.cii hat it bat found or
hat it UurAs about Vt reports.

TURNS SADNESS INTO
. HUMOR

rlt urViAk ti. . . .

til. news ffi'.S '?htings indicate that the uniden

but, by this time the contract
was too lugh for East to risk ac-

. West opened his fourth best
heart. South won, and returned

jue ami. now mere was no way
for th defense to keep South
from trumping dummy's last
heart in hla own hand. He still
had to lose two clubs and a dia diamond
mond diamond but made his contract for

yciy Booa result. .
4UnId2nli(ietlJ!ibi.

Sidled Off Canada

l!lL! Fi.i ii.

It bas been said that to

rembine remedy and pathos
In a film production end nnt

destroy the Ulesiens of the

aadience reeulree a tmlv

great artist. la "THE GOLD
Rl'SH." t which Chartes
Chaptin ku added wi a 1 1.

narration and d I a I r
OPrNS TOMORROW AT TKI
Ll'X, Cbaplln aeekt the trrm trrm-pathiet
pathiet trrm-pathiet ef the audience ir
the role ef a weaktint pro-

nectr Mown en hi leek in
the Alaskan aildftnm.

1

nv

1 i
t
. J,
I
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Get ready for a real trestj
Just add 2 heaping teaspoons
of rich QL'IK powder to
jronr glass of cold milk sur
' and drink chocolt,
Chocolate flavour all the
way down!
Vou'll love the way 5U1K
. miies instantly without -besting
or bother. Makes a
wonderful hot drink too,
Voar grocer has it and it's
ecodomical. Get QUIIC
today and treat the family.

(h: U cooi
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f CCLD

V H THAT '-

-J C' :::;ati ru-, :



V.TSXHTBAY, MAY 15, 1957
I'HE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIM? NEWSPAPER

r

Social and

Shrinar Return 1 '
From 3-Day Visit
Te Puerto Rice
Canal Zone Shriners returned
Minday night from Puerto Rico a a-board
board a-board a chartered COPA 7 plane
after three days of business and
socal activities. Forty-six Shriners
and their ladies made the -1 r i d
sponsored by Abou Saad S h r i n e
Temple.
Y The maint, activities were Satur Saturday
day Saturday when 36 new members were
initiated followed by .,a d in n e r r-dance
dance r-dance at the Caribe Hilton Hotel
at which more than 250 s guest
were present. Other activities in included
cluded included the chartering of the
: Shrine Club of Puerto Rico an d
sight seeing and committee meet-i
ings.
Those, who made the trio were:
Mr. and Mrs. William Bander s,

Mr. and Mrs...Francis M. iGaeeottJll P.m. i, -, i.f.

Mr., and Mrs.-Gordon V. Balbir-l
me, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Beaty, Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred J, Benton, Valley
F BBrieht. Richard J. Danielson.

Burton E. Davis, William R. Harnett and Dunn will dance
Dixon, ,H. P. Burchett," Mr. : a n djthat new fad from Trinidad the
Mrs. John A. Everson. Lewis E. Calypso and i the Sluefoot. Bonnie

Fontaine. George P. Pullman. Wil-
liam I. Hollowell. MrV and Mrs. C.
William Homa, Mr. and Mrs; Har Har-land
land Har-land V. Howard, Jr.; Mr, and
Mrs. William E-- Hughes, Joseph
E. Irvina. Paul M. Jamesson. Mr.
and Mrs. Calvin H. Johnston, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles f JtJ.-Lavallee,
Russell o. Meissner, Brady G a i
ley, Donald Dewey ,: George F. Na
deau, Mr. : and Mrs; ; Bronson B
" Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Walter F
Reif, Mr. and Mrs. Delmas A
Swr "ord, Mr. and Mrs. S u b e r t
Turbvtill, and Mr. and Mrs.-Robert
SI. Turner. . . ",
Car;' can College (
Cli Luncheon 'livw. '-
Liembers, guests and friends
wbo plan to attend the Caribbean
College Club's annual spring lunch luncheon
eon luncheon are again reminded to make
their reservations by tomorrow.
Please call either Mrs. S. D.- Pull Puller,
er, Puller, 3 23S8 or Mrs. W. B. Middle Middle-ma
ma Middle-ma s, 3-1485 for your reservation.
The luncheon will be held at the
Hotel. Washington at 12:30 pjn. on
Saturday, May 18. The two schol scholarship
arship scholarship winners.. will be guests,-
Newcomers Will :
r Sn In Noxt
Thtatre Guild Play :
Thie next production of The

..: ..,.:..'-.v;. iy'' yu-'ui
MA J. WAITER 3. MOELLER (left), chief of the poet engineers
Fort Clayton, lipi a $20 check Into. William A. Sullivan'
wallet during presentation ceremonies held recently at Fort
Clayton. Buillvan,' who Is-property and aupply clerk of tha
post engineers, received the check and a suggestion award for
uf-psting- a revised system of handling- and processing work
orcers for reclaiming, refurbishing and turning Into stock all
, .material derived from cotracti. (U.S. Army Photo)

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to (rv Inside Inform Uoo oo the humn body. Approximately
1 Inches kmg. it U swaUowed just liko Cbanret of
preMr to th fcMestinal tr.c change the frequency ot signals
rr out by iU tiny. trMistorUd oscilUtor. A receiver out out-side
side out-side h body picks up the capwle-s eonsUntly changing sig signal,
nal, signal, whk-h is Interpreted in tenr ot medical information. De De-ign
ign De-ign by Dr. Via: -r.ir K. Zworyklo, affiliate ta biopbwa ta
tb -M ntrcicf Center of the Rockefeller InsUtute, U

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erwidep
-
ontinutd
Theater Guild to t b presented
June 3-8 at the Playhouse will be
Joseph Hayes' stage and v screen
hit. The Desperate Hours, under
the direction of Roy Ghckenhaus.
The cast includes three a e w-
comers to the Guild: Beth- Wol-
cott. Sob Menn and Bob Yande
more. Among the familiar faces
u the cast are Len Worcester,
Shirley Ann Meyer; Phil Sanderss,
Kathy Wilber, Morton ... Gornick, Al
Adams, Angus jaaueney, ai e x
Plotnikoff, and one of the Guild's
capable junior members, Keith
ducKennaus.j ,
Tetnagei Jamboree
At Hotel Washington
Harnett and Dunn will have t a
teenage Jamboree lor-members ot
tneir dance class this Friday at
tne Hotel Washington from 7:30 to
Tms party is for the beginners
ciass ana we mtermeaiaie group,
There will be party games, no-
Velty dances, prizes-and a buffet.
Davis and Joe Reynolds will en
tertain with the Rock and Roll
and will introduce some of- the
latest flips and lifts in their rou routine.
tine. routine. Bonnie and Joe are students
of Harnett and Dunn and the cho
reograpny; work was createo. ? Dy
Miss Harnett. '- 4.
Parents are cordially invited as
one of the main features of these
Jamborees is the f a t h e r and
daughter and the mother and son
dance. 1
1 Competitive, dances will be the
For-trot, Jitterbug and Bog and
the Viennese Waltz.
-These dances will be judged by
the professional1 point system and
the judges will be Miss; Bit sy
Frensley and Miss wuma Hiaai-
go from the Atlantic side and Mr.
Jeffrey Kusseu ana Mr." Aian jsra
lev from the Pacific side.
Junior'- hosts ana nostesses. wm
be: Karen Coate, Carol Seaman,
Gene French, Randy coate; Bus
tef Nelson, Carla Chambers, Bar
bara Bamberg and Ralph Benaer.
i Assisting Miss Harnett will be
the senior hostesses Mrs. French,
Mrs. Mannine: Mrs. Nelson, Mrs,
Mrs. Coate' and Mrs. McClelland.
The next -Jamborees will be held
on the Pacific side at the 'Hotel
Tivoli May 24 and Albrook Offi
cers' Club Sunday May 3b. ..i
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21 Bora
22Iove god
24 Facts
26 Journey
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30 Wheat beard
32 Abstemious
34 Bishops' hats
35 Think
36 Speak
37 Of the ear
39 Increased i t."-
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42 Bleak
45 Herb -49
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62 Desserts
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TASTE FOR ART Unlike the Baltimore zoo's famed flaf er er-pamting
pamting er-pamting chimp Betsy,' Rudy, .the Cincinnati soo's chimpanzee,
i proved a complete bust as an artist He ate the art stuff up
, but only literally. In a session with finger paint and canvas
, he produced no salable paintings Just gooey smears. Then'
; he proceeded to he hi own worse critic and started chewing
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HOT FISH-Comlng up with an odd fish is this diver loaded
with an unexploded 50-pound bomb he found in the depths ot
the harbor at Antwerp, Belgium. The shakes diver explain
to a fellow worker how, while going down for repair, work, he,
stumbled across aombeTofjtbbot.tlefter.bW

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C.L Itrfw-CJ Ai ', J;er4oa, nwri star U-xS for 7ra
ac the screens Ka 1 fihtoo plate, was Vett w.Ji liillo raoro
than the shirt no hit t k v h-n a sxk thief stole his wr?Jrobo
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' Wetien'
PEYTON PLACE Grace Metalious
BLUE CAMELIA France Parkin-
inn Kvi
COMPULSION M eye Levin
THE PHILADELPHIAN-r Richard
Powell 7
THE FOUNTAIN OVERFLOWS
Rebecca West 1
DON'T GO NEAR THE WATER
William Brnkley '
THE SCAPEGOAT Daphne du
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STOPOVER: TOKYO J. P. Mar-
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THE NUN'S STORY Xathryn
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THIS HALLOWED GROUND-
Bruce Catton
MUCH ADO ABOUT ME Fred
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MEN TO MATCH MY 'MOUN
TAINS Irving Stone
CITADEL W. -S. White s
THE ROAD TO MILTOWN S. J.
Perelman 4"-
PROFILES IN COURAGE John
F, Kennedy '. i .
Cleveland Symphony
Abandons Plans
To Play For Czechs
MADRID, May 15 (UP)
The
Cleveland Symphi
inbon
ony Orchestra to-
day ; abandoned plans to play in
Czechoslovakia because of a Com
munist campaign : against Ameri
can visa regulations.
Tlia Praeue eovernment .-, can.
celled entry permits for Czech-
born conductor George Szell. and
his orchestra last week as part
of the continuing Communist at attack
tack attack on the regulation requiring
all foreigners except diplomats to
be finger-printed before they can
enter the United Mates.
Chest Specialist
Killed By Widower
01 Former Patient
OAKLAND. CalitMay W (UP)
me brooding husband of a worn
an whn pammltrtwl ilp(Ha tIiim
yesrs ago Monday shot and killed
her: doctor,, a pationally known
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Trimble, 81, was shot five times
by Saul Sydney KJass, a retired
jewelir. Trimble was a former
vice president of the National Tu Tuberculosis
berculosis Tuberculosis Assn. and past presi
dent of tne csiuornia Tuberculo
sis and Health Aasn, : :
Wfa.a M A,- Ik.
.vi m mmt vivr mwmj uviu UIV
scene, but surrendered to pursu
ing police 1 11 minutes after the
shot.ting. Homicide Insoector Paul
Pott said the greying, mild-man
nered man accused Trimble ot
lCsponsibility, for hi wife's sui suicide.
cide. suicide. iwj-
VI killed the s.e.b. because he
raped my wife," Kiass told po
lice. "He drove her to suicide. He
has done the samo with other pa
tients. t. ' ..i 1
Pr. J. Llord Eaton. Trimble's
associate for 33 years, angrily de denied
nied denied Klass' charges.'
He was a fine nan." said Ea
ton. "There was never a better
manl a the world. Such an alle allegation
gation allegation is preposterous."
Ia 1955. however. Trimble paid
$30,000 to Klass after the jeweler
threatened to file a civil; com com-paiut
paiut com-paiut charging the physician with
criminal assaun.
Dr. Trimble 'paid the money
Mr. Klass against our advice,!
ssid Herman Cook, one of the
doctor's1 attorneys. "We felt the
charge, was too ridiculous to jeop
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New Federal Aviation Agency
Asked To Solve Space Safety

WASHINGTON, May 15 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A special presideiitial' commission
,r todav that the nation' air
safety problems be put m w
hands of a new al-jiowerfut and
completely- independent federal
aviation agency.
The agency would absorb; tne
present Civil AeronauUcs Admin Administration,
istration, Administration, now a Commerce de department
partment department agency, and stnp tne
independent Civil Aeronautics
Board of all but it ecohomic Reg Regulatory
ulatory Regulatory powers.-
This drastic reshuffling of tea tea-eral
eral tea-eral aviation agencies, with a rug rug-lested
lested rug-lested target date of I960 was
the' chief recommendation of.vtne
President's Aviation ( Facilities
Planning Commission, headed by
Edward P. Curtis, a vice presi president
dent president of Eastman Kodak Co. v..; v..;-The
The v..;-The Curtis group's final report
said air traffic problems have be become
come become so comple?, present govern government
ment government agencies have clearly
failed to produce, the "'intent, de determination
termination determination and -effort" to olve
them., . i,
i i Asks Civilian Direction .
The report suggested that the
new agency be headed by an cut-
standing, civilian, mil Hiciuae-nuu-4.r
well ..as .civil personnel
It said there ;T'a-?'lnepMbl
mixture of civil and military in-.
terest inv the limited resource
the nation' airspace."
Tha proposed federal aviation
agency would assume complete
vasMtni ihiiitv for controlling air
traffic operations,, modernizing the
iraivi writing and enforcing
..ft rulna and investigating air
accidents including military
crashes Involving civil plane and
property
The Curtis group as harply
critical of the present government
setup for ,-regulating .civil avia
tion. : '
u ..ia rivll air reirulations are
"tiw eomnlicated" and added
th.t'th. CAB ahould not be per
mitted to create .its, regulations
and then be given the .power to
enforce them, a'
. Not Modern, Report Say J i
And it aid both the CAB and
CAA. which divide responsibility
for Issuing and ; administering
safety rules, have faUed. to mod modernise
ernise modernise those regulations to keep
pace s with changes to air activities-
' ,,: ;-'
The report praised ;CAB inves investigation
tigation investigation of accidents but said this
function should be ; taken away
from. CAB and cited' these two
mainr weaknese ;f 'the present
,yi?The CABVha bailed to take
prompt corrective action of les lessons
sons lessons ; learned from air crashes ;
caused' by outmoded or unclear
CAB rules themselves.
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2. The CAB lacks a field staff
big or ;competent enough 16 ''an ''anticipate
ticipate ''anticipate potential accidents and
recommend .steps to prevent
them."
Favors Sky Highways .X
The report repeated several pre previous
vious previous recommendations, including
a Drooosal to establish a system
of aerial "superhighways," divid
ed among' planes of varying
speeds and performances Just as
an ultra-modern automotive high highway
way highway would reserve certain lanes
for trucks and others for cars.
The-) Curtis group suggested that
Fresidetnt Eisenhower : appaint a
"special assistant for aviation" to
advise him until -the permanent
independent federal aviation agen agency
cy agency is created.
Included in the report wa s a
recommendation that users of air
space, including the scheduled air
lines and private fliers, hem nav
for expanded government aids in
controlling traffic.
It said the government should
give prompt consideration to an
. orderly increase in such user
charges as the present twocents-
a-gauon tax on aviation gas.

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watchei and yet fej of theai realize
turt why a wlf-winditf watch k a
better watch.
We at Itolex; wfcJ aerified and
. bunched the firat alcceailul aelf aelf--
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md sot do to mTir to
' people toe trouble efl
winding their;
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Rolex watekef more iccarate. Yo
'aee, la a hand-wou xi watch tha
conftant ilackening nd tightening
of the nuiiMpring af ;cts the accu accu-racy,
racy, accu-racy, aometimes juh conriderablr,
hut B a aelf-wtndivj watch the
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.L LAdUK LtAUtK with members of the Civil Service Commission. The group discussed, the merit sys sys-IIJ
IIJ sys-IIJ -AAIACUIIJrTnM tern and the classified aKd postal salary Increases. From left to right are Chris
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President, LyfAl' Ruppel, chairmani'C.'jO.' ParkeC outgoing president, A.- t." Logan, last president, Cris
tobal Woman's Club, R. V. Sellens president pf Camboa Woman's Club and W. E. Klrkland (standing) Mesdarrtes j ;
A. J. Irwin, 2nd vice president, W. Bailey, A; J. ,0'Leary, guest pianist, Spencer Smith, soloist,: W. N. Pence past I
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Miss Louis Tate of Camboa
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pa Kappa Alpha Phi sorority by her
predecessor Miss Marilyn
Jones of Beaumont, Texas
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ook place at the annual Pan Pan-hellenitf
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Stephens College, Columbia,
Missouri. Miss Tate Is the
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; Se coriiS Straight Brilliant
Relief Job Against Dodgers
Gives Braves First Place
By FRED DOWN; l't .
tV;f ' NEW YORK, May 15 (UP) Ernie Johnson
-replaced Bob Buhl as Brooklyn's Public Enemy No
.1 today on the strength of a second straight brilliant
relief job that enabled the Milwaukee Braves to take
1 sole occupancy1 of first place in the National League.

;VA S2-year-old native 'of Brat-1
tleooro, vt., Johnson shut out
the Dodgers for 2 1-3 innings last
night to preserve the Braves' 3-2
victory and extend his string ot
scoreless innings -fcgainst Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn to 8 1-3, Johnson blanked
. Tn rvnlrtaro twifh- ntm fnr sivl
Innings on May 5 when he picked
up his only victory or me cur current
rent current season. .J
' The triumph; over the Dodg Dodg-,.
,. Dodg-,. ers boosted the Braves into
,undisputed possession of the
-rtague lead when the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phillies ended the Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Redlegs' 12 -game win win-v
v win-v ping streak, 10-8, on Ed Bou Bou-.
. Bou-. chee's ninth-inning homer. It
was the first home game for
the Redlegs after the most
successful trip by a National
League team in 33 years. v
Ruben Gomez won his fifth
, fame as the New York Giants
whipped the St. .bouis uarainais,
5-3, and the Pittsburgh Pirates
beat tne cnicago uuds, p-o, m
the other Nl. games. Duke Maas
also scored his fifth victory
when he pitched the Detroit Ti Tigers
gers Tigers to a 2-0 win over the Bos Boston
ton Boston Red Sox in the only Ameri American
can American League game Kansas City
it New York, Chicago at Wash Washington
ington Washington and Cleveland at rtalu rtalu-xnare
xnare rtalu-xnare were rained out.
Buhl qualified as Brooklyn's No.
1 enemy when be beat the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers eight of nine games last
year, but he failed to go the dis distance
tance distance against them for the sec second
ond second straight time this season last
bight. He walked nine batters
and allowed five hits before
Johnson took over In the seventh
after the Dodgers scored their
two runs and had two runners on
base:'--- ;;- -,.' Jf"-
Johnson pitched out of 'the
lam by getting Roy Campanula
to pop out to third-baseman Ed
Mathews and allowed only one
hit a nlnth-lnnlng single' by
puke Snider. Joe Adcock tripled
nuu AHIUU, wuv uaw
e.ed. and then scored on Chuck
L 'nner'i sinele in the first in
ning and Bill Brutou tripled
ilJme Tanner, who had walked,
in the sixth. The loss went to
ion Newcombe his third in five
oecisions.
i Bouchee's third homer of the
' year produced two runs and
' built the Phillies' lead over
S Cincinnati to lft-6. The Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs rallied for two runs in tbe
ninth themselves bat Robin
Roberts, in one ex nis rare re relief
lief relief appearances, finally pat out
'tbe fire. Rookie Dick f arrell
Archer-DiBiase
Thriller Earns
-Boxers Rematch
NEW YORK (UP) Promoter
Teddy Brenner wants a rematch
iuit as soon as 1 welterweights
Jimmy Archer and Tony DiBiase
heal the wounds suffered in Mon
day night's bloody TV thriller at
St. Nicholas Arena.
, Brown-haired Archer, a West
Side stevedore. almost flattened
dark;: haired, eolleeiate DiBiase
with a terrific last-round barrage
that earned him: an upset, split
decision and snapped Tonys un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten string at 19 straight.
"it was the fight of the year,"
declared Brenner. And tbe yelling,
arm-wamg 1.574 fans, who wit
nessed the savage brawl between
th 22-vtar-old longshoreman and
the 21-year-old geology student of
Astoria. N.Y., aeemea to agree
with hi m.
lnW MfflatnHn hia 11th con-
eecutive victory, weighed 1469
pounds t oDiBiase's 148, but Arch Archer
er Archer bad the heavier artillery. Di DiBiase,
Biase, DiBiase, favored at 12-5, had the
greater tpeed, skill and body body-puncbing
puncbing body-puncbing ability.
Sports Briefs
-BROOKLYN UP) Jinv JenV
n!ngs. veteraa boxing editor
iht Sew York Mirror and one of
tkt few experts to pick Gene
Tunncy U beat Jack Dempsey in
1 ,t ir iirst world heavyweight title
f ;t at Philadelphia in 1928, died
! ,odsy night at his home of a
ieart attack. Ha was 68.

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gained credit for bis second
win and Rao Sanchez was
charged with the loss.
1 Warren Hacker started for the
Redlegs but was removed after
hia first 10 pitches were balls
and a parade of four pitchers
followed him to the 'mound.; The,

Phillies were an especially pesky
tim"nii'th DrilPir laat.
Lholdinjr them even, at 11-11 for
hSw.-S:t,. Vt : Tun Tnr'
ine seasont
Wank Ranpr Wasted two hom
er! against his ex-teammates
ana Ray jcatt ftiso nomerea in
the Giant victory over St. Louis.
Oo'me7 vielded seven hits in
& 1-3 innings and retired in f a
vor of Al Worthlngton wnen ne
was struck on the bare hand by
Hal Smith's liner. Vinegar Bend
Mlzell started and lost for the
Cardinaa, who dropped their
third straight game.
Frank Thomas walloped a
homer, two doubles and a sin
gle as the Pirates handed the
Cubs' their seventh straight
Joss it home. Dale Long, Cal
Neeman and Jim Bolger hom homered
ered homered for the Cubs. Luis Arroyo
struck out eight batters in five
' innings to win his game al although
though although Roy Face retired 'he
final batter in the ninth.
Maas, whp didn't win a" came
for Detroit last season, yielded
only five hits as the Red Sox lost
their third straight decision. Re Reno
no Reno Bertola singled and scored the
Tigers' 'first run on- a sacrifice
fly and then homered for their
second run in the seven tn. Frame
Sullivan yielded only four hits In
eight innings but suffered his
$hird defeat.
On Verge Of
Deal
NEW YORK, May 15 (UP)
Reports of an impending deal
between the Chicago White Sox
and the Washington senators
croDDed un today as other ma
Jor league clubs sought to beat
the midnight deadline on the 25-
nlaver Jlmit.
The Washington rose ana
Times Herald said the White Sox
were seeking outfielder Roy Siev
ers and lnfielder Pete Runnels of
the Senators In exchange for out
fielders Larry Doby Jim Rivera
and pitcher Bill Fischer.
Tbe deal was proposed py
Chuck Comlskey, president of
tbe White. Sox, the paper said,
adding that Chicago manager
AI Lopes definitely was inter interested
ested interested in acquiring Sieyers and
Runnels. t
Lopez told the United Press,
"We have been talking with the
Nats since spring training to see
if we can work out a deal that
will improve both clubs." But he
said he never mentioned any
names because "it's not nice to
mention names to other clubs.".
The White Sox. meanwhile, got
down to the 25-player limit by
optioning pitcher Jim McDonald
to Indianapolis of the American
Association and- handing out outfielder
fielder outfielder Bob Kennedy his out outright
right outright release.
The New York Giants acquired
veteran pltchtr Sandy consue consue-gra
gra consue-gra from the Baltimore Orioles
for an estimated $15,000 .last
night To make room for the 36-year-old
right-hander,: the Git
ants aro expected to drop either
southpaw pitcher Pete Burnside
or lnfielder Foster castieman.
Tbe St. Louis Cardinals re reduced
duced reduced their roster to 26 play players
ers players by selling rookie southpaw
Robert G. Smith to the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates. The Pirates, In
tarn, optioned outfielder John
Powers to Coiunbns of the In International
ternational International League.
The Ben tort and the Cleve
land Indians trust drop three
players beiore tonight's deadline.
while the Milwaukee Bravestnust
slice two men. la addition to the
Giants and the Cardinals, the
Cincinnati Redlegs, the Brooklyn
Dodgers, the New York Yankees
and the Bostoc Red Sox each
were one player over the limit.

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NEW YORK. 'May 15 (UP)
The last place Havana Sugar
Kings moved to within a half
game of climbing out pi tiie in international
ternational international League cellar by vir virtue
tue virtue of a 3-1 victory over league
leading Richmond.
Southpaw Pat Scantlebury of
Panama pitched a six-hitter for
his second straight -win? after
four consecutive setbacks.
The Miami Marlins and
Richmond Virginians h a v
been hogging the headlines
but Dixie Walker and his veter veteran
an veteran Toronto Maple Leafs today
are forcing the International
League's leaders to sit up and
take nottee,
""8'n"ie ..t:
ni 4 uiu.'n it. s
.;o a u- vk-kuij
.owr the Rochester Red Wings,?
have won seven of t.hplr last m
games, their last three straight-
and are in third place, only ii2
games behind league
leading
A nine-run second inning, trig
gered by Stan Jok's grand slam
homer, highlighted the defend defending
ing defending pennant champ's : triumph
over Rochester. In other frames
the Columbus Jets tripped Mia
mi, 2-fl, and Montreal and But
falo were rained out.
The linescores:
Toronto ; 090 000 01010 10 0
Rochester 010 201 000 4 11 .3
D. Johnson, Crimian (8) and
St. Claire; Markell, Bowman (2),
G. Blaylock (3). Deal (6) and
Shantz. WP: D. Johnson. LP:
Markell. HRs: Jok, Daniels.
Havana 000 101 1003 6 1
Richmond 010 000 000 l 6 1
Scantlebury and Izqulerdo;
Post, James (9) and Chlti. LP:
Post. HR: Quintana.
Miami 000 000 0000 3
i
Columbus UO OOOOOx 2 8
1
Bunker, Hunslnger (7)' and
McCullough, Grasso (8); Brown
and Peterson. LPi Bunker.
STANDINGS
Teams
W L PcL GBI
RicJiraomtl it,17 v10wB30
Miami . S 15 1O?60O ;,1
Toronto
14 10
.583
Buffalo
Rochester
Columbus ,,
Montreal .
Havana .
13 10
12 14
10 14
9 13
9 16
MS
.462
.417
.875
.360
2
44
5Vi
6V2
7
Drs. Report Slow,
Steady Progress
For Herb Score
Cleveland; owe. May is-
(UP) Herb Score, the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians' lnwrd southpaw
ace, continued "slow, steady
progress In the right direction,"
his doctors reported today, but
said they have not been able to
completely examine his lnwred
right eye.
Dr. Charlaa U Thomas, he
eye I specialist who has treaed
the young hurler since he was
struck, down by a line drive May
7. hoped to complete his diag diagnosis,
nosis, diagnosis, "before the week Is out."
"There was some change to today,
day, today, but not toe much. He is pro progressing
gressing progressing well and wo should get
the answers to most of our os
tions soon," the doctor reported.
Dr. Thomas said hemorrhage
residue continues to delay: the
most Important tests of the eeiH
tap Atfa. i
specialist, "Is the perfect patient
and does not worry about the
lay or his eye." V
Softball Game
Postponed; May
Be Held Tonight
The scheduled softball game
between the visit lag Jamaica
Pioneer Cubs girl team and tbe
local Cerreta Balboa squad was
mined -out last sight at tbe
Panama Olympic Stadium.'
Tbe same two teams are a a-gain
gain a-gain listed to play tonight at
the Olympic Stadium, weather
permitting.,
Tbe Jamaican girls are also
slated to tackle tbe Santa
Cms team in Panama tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night. ......
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BATTLE STATION
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ONE-TWO FINISH Entrymates Argyla and Franclsqulto finish' first and second: in: Sun,
day's seven-furlong third race for natives at t he President Remon racetrack with Tanara j ust
behind them. VCristian Rebolledo rode the winner, Julio Rodriguez had the leg up on the run run-nerup
nerup run-nerup and Pernando Alvarez guided Tanara. All three jockeys are Chileans.

BHS Defeats Miami Jackson
In r 1 4 Mail r Swim Meet

A
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COWBOY'S DREAM Joanna Smoot of Arizona State Col College
lege College was named queen of On intercollegiate rodeo, to she hop
. ped out and. posed for. cameramen. The horse's name? Who
1 cares? Miss Smoot is quite enough. J : ; -.-'

Cerveceria
By flKNRT CLARK
Final Second Half Standings
W I
Pet.
Hq. ti Hq- 20th
infantry, Ft Kobbe 11 .4 .733
Lou Glud Agency mnr
"SUrs" ..-.iu 0
Cerveceria Naclonal
"Pan Liquido"
Baatz Brewers 5 11
.600
.313
J50
Tasco Batteries ..... 4 12
Final PZay-o Series Standings
w it- re.
Cerveceria Naclonal ;
Pan LlBuldo ........2. 0 1.000
Wn Jti Ha. Co. 20th
Infantry Ft-Kobbe ..0 1 .000
1957 SEASON CLIMAXED
Cerveceria Naclonal Pan 4 Xi
quldo became the victorious
champions In the Pacific Soft Softball
ball Softball League 1937 season after a
thrilling two-best-oi-tnree py
nff series witn HQ. at HQ.
Mth Inf antrv. Ft. Kobbe. Jhese
two teams were the winners of
the first and second halves, re
spectively. v - ':
bv winnme me iirss nm eaai
It on a 12-3 record. Cervecena
Naclonal Pan Liquldo struggled
through the rigid second half
race and received a blow in the
final week of play after Hq., &
Hq. Co. 20th Infantry won their
remaining three games to clinch
ine secon a n&u. ririk sec second
ond second halves runners-npa, Lon
Glud Agency, must be credited
on their outstanding efforts on
trying to gain triumph. Service
personnel squads. Bints Brewers
and Tasco Batteries managed to
hold the cellar position rirtit
through the season with Blat7
taking fifth position In tbe first
half, but was replaced during
the final half by Tasco Bat-.
teries. 1 ,' 1
VICTORIA
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Captures
SSRItS RESULTS
The two-game championship
series which drew record crowds
was swept by Sam Catlett's Pan
Liquldo nine behind the league's
champion' pitcher McNalr Lane's
eignt-hit performances over the
Ft. Kobbe Regulars under the
captaincy of MSgt. Chambers
Lifeliner Murphy Descant, Kob Kob-be's
be's Kob-be's ace of the second half, went
down in deieat in both games
01 the series. i ,.
In the first game, the Beer Beer-men
men Beer-men trounced the Lifellners B-to-l
in a six inning pitcher's
duel which blew open in the top
01 the seventh with the cham
plon's surprise attack. The sec
ond game also went to Pan Li Liquldo
quldo Liquldo by a score of 3 to 1.
The box score: ; J ; V
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Hq Bq -20th Infantry- :
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AB
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0
0
0
1
0
0
0
6
6
Rosa, e :..;,".. .s
Stewart, cf 2
Grates, ss ..........3.
Wesolek, 3b ,...i...3
Descant, p .........3
Mlntz. lb ...3
Roth, rf .....,....3
NeaL 2b...... ...... .3
Garcia. If ;.l
d. If. Pa Ltottido
Ostrea. cf ...,....".i3
Taht. If ..,.M.....2
Chance, rf 3
Pescod, Jb ..........3
Soyster, e ..........3
Carlln. as ........ ...3
Padron, 2b ...... ..3
Lane, p ......3
Kosik. 3b 2
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The Balboa High School Boys
Varsity Swimming team copped
first place from the strong Mia Miami
mi Miami Jackson High School Team- in
an air mail swim meet. Outscor Outscor-ing
ing Outscor-ing the Miami team by 8 points
II. nit. .1.1 1 . i.U
uie ana wtxm iiu&cu uj '2
pomes to v -iiYt
schooL

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Iri the girls events the mer
maids from Miami Jackson out'
pointed the BHS girls' team by
tour points as tnev totalled 401,
Doints to 36 Vi nolnts for the BHS
girls., This is tne iirsc.tune that
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a meet of this type has been held
in Canal Zone Intersc,holastic
swimming. .. .. ; -:
"The Balboa boys'" free style re relay
lay relay team turned in a new C.Z.
record for this event as Siegel,
Ryter.w Blackburn, and Llnfors
churned through tbe water to
set a new mark of 1:39.9 to bet
ter the former mark also held by
uie same team ot i:4U.&
'--r..-; v:'. iri;-' '
. Results: i V :
All Distances Are Yards
nirla
r
. 50' F S Duganne (M) Hamed,
IB) Gunaersen, (B) ,Time: 30 0.
100 Butterfly coll (MV
schuitz : (B). Merkovich .'',;M)
Time: 1:28.2. r .; -! -
200 F 8 Engelke "(B) Mc-
Guire (M) Merkovich (Mi Time:
2:45.
100 Back Hunt (M) Fullor
(M) Reynolds (B) Time: 1:20.3..
100 F 8 Duganne (M)
Holmes (B) Rogers (B) ; Time:
1:09. v.;-'...-.y.. ;.-.'-:
150 Ind. Med. --Hunt (M) Coll
(M) Eberens (B) -Tlme: 2:05.5.
200 Med. Re. BHS Time:
2:36.5. -i-. :,- '.. y
200 F 8 Rel. BHS Time:
2:06.0.,r ;.,.- V'V'i--
Score: Miami-Jackson Girls
' Balboa High School Girls 36.
i ; hx BoyS;;r'(; U y'et'jj j
'M F S -i Ellis (M) Mauth (M)
Barbler (B) Time: 25.7.
100 Butterfly Xasanta (M)
Ryter (B) Glndel ; (M) Time:
1:10.6. .. -If
200 F 8 Blackbura (B) Gro-
ver (M) Green (M) Time:. 1:10.6.
100 Back Floyd (M) Revn
olds (B) Scott (B) Time: 1:09.8.
100 F 8 Siegel (B) Ellis (Mj
Doian (B) Time: .bb.
150 Ind. Med. Llnfors (B)
Lasanu (M) Boggs (M) lime
1:44.4.
200 Med. ReL BHS time
2:02.6. :
200 F 8 Rel. BHS Time
39.9 (new C.Z. Record).
Score: Balboa High School
Boys 42V4. :"
Miamwackson Boys 34 m,..
Billy Ready IrIIei;
Coach 01 Toronto
Hockey :' Maple i Leafs
TORONTO (UP) Billy Reav.
who sprrt eifiht Tears in the Na-
o uonsi tocrey League trying to
beat the Toronto Maple Leafs,
came over to their side today and
began a one-year term as coach.
The 3-year-old former member
of the Montreal Canadiens re
places Howie Meeker, wbo moved
up to 1be front office to take over
as general manager, a post left
vacant .by the retirement two
monhs ago of Hap Day.
The signing of'Resy and Meek
er, wbo also got a one-year con contract,
tract, contract, completed a major shift in
ub s personnel. Last week
Smrthe retired as managing
dirtctor of tbe club and handed
over his power to a seven maa
iflmmittee beaded by his son,1
Stafford. . i
Reay has coached three clubs
snce -'eaving the Canadiens in
1953. He spent two seasons with
one rear with Seattle of the same
lea rue acd last season piloted the
Rochester Americans in their first
yeir in -the American Hockey
Lea rue. The Americans finished
in third plfce, entered te r'ay
"f, then extenced the Cleveland

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANJ

NATIONAL LEAnrrv
Teams w I. pr)
Milwaukee w 17 7
Cincinnati .f, 16 8
Philadelphia v 14 10
Brooklyn i 13 10
St. Louis .' . 11 12
708
667

1
3
32
5
AS

.583
.565'
.478
.440
New York 11 14
Chicago . i 7 17
Pittsburgh i .' 7 18
.292 10

.280 10&

i Pittsburgh at Chicago
.urooxiyn at Milwaukee t
Philadelphia at Cincinnati
New .York at St. Louis (N)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

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(N)
,
'

Pittsburgh 110 030 120-8 11
unicago .200 loo 0126 11

Kiine. Arroyo (1-4), and Foiles.
. Drott (2-4),. Singleton, Lown
and Neeman. ',

(Night Game)
Brooklyn 000 000 2002
Milwaukee V200 001 OOx 3
6
7
Newcombe (2-3) and Campa

sum jonnson ano itice.

1 1 (Night Game) 1
Philadelphia 301 000 402-10 18

Cincinnati 200 030 102-8 10 1 Cleveland at Baltimore
Cardwell, FarreU (2-l),.Hearn,i '(Postponed, -rain)
Roberts and Lopata. 1 -

iiacKer.: Fowier. Sanchez (2-11.

iMuxnaii, f-reetnan ana Baiiey.
" Night Game)
New York 000 131 0005 7 3
St. Louis 101 001 0003 '72
Gomez (51), Worthington and
xtau, wesirum. ,.
Mizell (0-2)-,. Merritt, Wilhelm
and H. Smith.
Minor Leagues
j AMERICAN ASSOCIATION'
. Results and standings follow:
St. Paul at Denver postponed,
'ain. t ... s,Vi".;;.'.,S .''"
e !: (First Game)-; &y gns
,' Indianapolis 8, Charleston y
t (Second Game)v tv-
. umani 0, Minnesota
Teams ':?4: -x i W 17" Pet.
Wichita .i'iv;
Minneapolis
St. Paul ,.;
Indianapolis ,
Omaha ; -.1
Charleston
18 8
18 10
17 10
14 15
.632
.643
30
.483
.464
;452
.43(3
.13 15
14 17
"10 13
5 21
': .J.,.,..
Denver a1.:'
Louisville
.192
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Results last nlzht. and stand
ings. follow: j ; a h j ,t
Los Angeles 5, San Francisco 1
Portland 4, Sacramento 1 ;
Vancouver 3," San Diego 2 1
SeatUe 7. Hollywood 5 (10 In.)
Teams i vJ:i
W L. Pet
Los Angeles v.. .1
Hollywood ., .. .. ..
Vancouver .. .. ..
Seattle ,.
San Francisco v,i
San Diego ... .. t.
Portland ,.
20 11 1 .645
20.12 625
19 14 J76
19 15' .359
18 15' .545
17 18 i486
8 14 250
TEXAS LEAGUE
Results last night, and
the
standings, ionow: .5 j
Tuisa io, snreveport 1
Austin 5, Fort Worth 0
Dallas 2, San Antonio 0
Houston 9, Oklahoma City 1
Teams
Dallas .,
W L
18 8
18 11
Pet.
.692
Houston
.621
.607
San Antonio .,
Oklahoma City,., ll
Austin .. ...
17 11
13 15
13 16
.464
.448
Tulsa .. 't
Fort Worth
Shreveport
10 14 ,.417
11 It
.393
.333
:; S 16
CompeliliVe Suini
Irislruciion For CZ
US-Ral2 Children
Competitive twimmlna Inthvc
tion will be offwed at BalbM
wirnmiot pool for U. S. r a t e
Canal Zoo School children. The
practice sossiena will start at 3; 3;-36
36 3;-36 and end at 4:J0 each Friday
The Instruction and' admission
to the pool will be froo of charga i
a part of the Canal Zone Schools j
Physical Education and Rocroa-
tlon program.
Today incanto JS0, J2S
At 9:00 p.m. On the Stage:
Vilm Valle Oscar Norton
Los Hnos. Rlrual Los Gnt Gnt-tenberg
tenberg Gnt-tenberg and Peplto Garces ic
Hi OrthMtra.
A:"-- TWO PTCTrPrc'
Today IDEAL -' JO .70
6PA.VISH DOUBLE 1
.Maria FJena kfarc.'ip in
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AMERICAN LEAGUE

GB
Team1.
Chicago ,
New xork .
Cleveland :
Boston .
Detroit ;i 1 i
Kansas City
Baltimore .(.
Washington i
14
7 .661
8 3t
13 9
.591
13 12
,12 13
12 13
9 13
7 19
.520
.480
.480
.409
.269
0"2
. TODAY'S GAMES
Kansas City at New York
v Detroit at Boston
, Cleveland at Baltimore (N)
, Chicago at Washington (N)
YESTERD A vs RPsn.T
0
Detroit : 010 000 100 2 "s
3
Boston
000 000 0000 5
Maas (5-1 ) and House

Sullivan (2-3), Delock and
White, '

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0 Kansas City at New York
2i (PostDoned. rain V
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Chicago at Washington
(Postponed, rain)
(Night Game) 1
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LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 50 Official at Bats)
' NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and club gab r h PcL'
Hoak, Cincinnati 24 80 16 31 .383
Aaron, Mil. 24 107 28 41 .3U3
Robinson, Cinci.,,22 94 20 36 .33

JWUSiai, SI. LOUIS 2i B8 12 36 .375
Groat, Pitts. ,,25 100 15 37 .371)
rksrlr...fif T.nnlo Qrt in oi nzA-

Bowman, phila25 89 13 30 .337
Adcock, Mil. ... 22 87 14 '29 .333'

R ov r nr t 111 11 11 itl

Temple, Clnci.' 23 88 17 29 .330

, AMERICAN LEAGUE
Power, K C. 16 56 10 23
Bertoia, Detroit 24 81 10 31

Williams, Boston 21 76 17 29 .382
DeMaestrl, K.C. 23 59 11 22 .373 1
Fox,, Chicago 1 21 80 17 29 .363
Simpson, K.C. .25 9 16 84 .354
Wertz,. Cleve. 22 77 12 27 ,351
McDougald, N.Y. 22 &4 12 28 .323
Mantle, N.Y. 22 72' 16 24 .333
Sievers, Wash. 27 103 19 34 .330

, .HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
.Aaron, Braves V.
Moon, Cards ....
: Sauer, Giants ....
: Adcock, Braves i
Mathews, Braves
: Crowe, Redlegs !.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Williams, Red Sox ......
Sievers, Senators
Skizas. Athletics
; Simpson, Athletics
Zernial, Athletics
Marls, Indians
vaoseeea
Manue, Yknks ..........
" RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron, Braves ..... 4... i 25
Hoak, Redlegs 22
Furillo, Dodgers 21
Sauer, Giants ...... ..... 21
Jones, Phils ............. 20
AMERICAN LEAGUE
' Sievers, Senators ........ 24 ;
Simpson, Athletics ...... 21
Doby. White Sox ...... 20
Williams. Red Sox 17.
Maris, Indians .;......., J7
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Trucks, Athletics 5 1.000
Sanford, Phils. 4 0 1.000
Narleskl. Indians . r 3 6 1.0CO
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'Club; Championship
L
.JUlJ wi
sMying- Begins-1 omorrow

ttixxr.:: at, mat is, 1957

rrS .. r n n nzinz:

Members of the Panama Golf!round--only In the first flight

Club will square-off against each

VtliLi Aval b "ft (UlllVHUW H,
termlne the 1957 club champion
This year's club champion championship
ship championship will consist of two flights
with 16 competing" in the
Championship Flight and S3 in
the first flight. Play ill. the
Chamnionship Flight will lie
without hanuJeap while in the
First Mi ht three-quarters of
the diUerence in handicaps
will lie ntrmitled. i.

starting tomorrow ana. enuiug;

after the pairings have been

made,
The medalist of the ever oni
hnndrpH mpmherj nf fh rlnh

who are expected to vie for one

of the openings in the top notch

tournament oi tne year win re
reive hen.iif.ifii) silver award

Other silver prizes will go to
.... i . i I i

le winner ui iub iiuw vuuiu
ninnshlit ind Hi defeated fl

nalist and to the winner and
runner-up in the first flight, i

Ail maicnes, including m

at isix'pm. Ivi&y 26, all members y qualifying, round, will be 18

are invited to quaury ror one vi
the 48 positions that will be open
In the two flights., The low 18
gross scores will be paired for
the Championship Flight from
which the club .champion will
emerge. The 17th through 4ath
low qualifiers will be paired in
the first flight. Handicaps wM
not be used In the qualifying

1 -"-"- j v w
hnl nffaira fvmnt th finals

in each flight which will go 38
. ... ......... F ..

notes.
Memhera must, sltrn the P.nt

Hsf hefnre nlnvlnor t,h rouyi'

which will be used for ualiflea

tion.
crlaes wilt hft awarded at

gala party upon completion
the tournament.

of

Youth Day Swimming" Meet

The Panama Canal Zone Lodge

1414, B. F, 0. Elks, BaiDoa v,nap v,nap-.
. v,nap-. ,cf,,iiu ennnuired another

swim meet, for, the youth of the

' Canal tone,. ;..!. !.ii
With the cooperation c! the JJl JJl-vision
vision JJl-vision of Schools, andV under the
capable management of Charles J.
Conner of Gamboa,, an excellent
meet was conducted.
Some 150 youngsters- irom o to
12 years of age splashed their way
to victory or defeat as 'ndit
dual case may be. At an early age
they are learning to be modest in
victory and gracious in defeat.
There were m a n y outstanding
swimmers winning championships
in this meet Among the girls
Charlene Graves of Gatun, Jane
Wilson of Margarita, and Nancy
Chad wick and" Susan Duncan ot
Gamboa were double winners.
Six year old Bebe Holmes of
Gamboa took the fancy, of the
crowd with a terrific display of
free style swimming; for that age
croup. She gives every indication
of a real comer among the girls.

Verna HiiaeDrana o uiuu,

was a newcomer among we
: ... Imnrau V Wltll

pions, w n.i
rm.nrinuii nower. In ,Chan-

-. - i

v 25 Yd F S ; Girls 10 Nancy

Chadwick 16.6, Gamboa.
25 Yd. p s Bovs 8. John Town.

send, 15.6, Balboa. .

25 Yd P B Gins 8, susan turn
ran 1R9 nnmhna i, i i '.

as vd v S Rovs : fl. Matthew

Mannln, 15.6, CristobaL

j 25 Yd f S Giris v, Linaa uen

k vrf 'v s nov 7 Jodv Sum-

mnrfnrri 170 Rnlhrm.

25 Yd F S Giris v, jane wuson,

ZO.e, Margarita.
25 Yd F s Boys 6. Steve nadel

22.5, Gatun. .

25 Yd F 8 Girls 6, Bebe Holmes

Mill,
sn vd Rk R Rovs 12. Alfred

Reynoias, 37.6, Aiurook. . a

50 Ya bic s liins vi, yerna hu
debrand. 39.7. Gatun. '

25 Yd Bk 8 Boys 10, Henry

Shirk, 18.7, Gatun.
25 Yd Bk 8 Girls' lOi Nancy

9.R Yd Rlr R ROVS ) 8. John

Townsend, 22 8, Balboa.
: 25 Yd Bk 8 Girls 3, jSusau pun
ran 9 S nnmhnsi.

w n J 'v. k. n Ta.- 1A f ..Mm

wnimps xii x KA.inna.

60 Yd. Brst 8 Gins 12, cnar-

Graves and Verna the Goifiene oraves, 44.1, Gatunu

ene waves '"-- v ,i. t-

Coasters will couunuo w !"'

cirls swimming. ;
8 For the boys Alfred Reynolds of
.,i i, tr.rtin Hnlme of Balboa,

double wmners. jionn iuw.----lalboa
.was th outstanding .boy
swimmer,-1 le ?-" "f AS?
wu.ner in tLa 8 year old -events
Steve Badel corded the 6 year oA

race t -
that another youngster from one of

Gatun s swimming lamux r-,

ready for competition

The awards for the swimmers
were not on hand and latest reports

from the States rk' i.
not get here until after school is
out. However, the awards will be

sent out througn tne scnuuu
September, and any youngster who
may permanently leave, here will
theirs through the .mau

, at the new destination. :
n.n. iv. Ttnlpf nf the

Balboa Elks, was on hand to con

gratulate all tnrce iinaiism m
event. Other Elks assisted with
,L .f ..j. .aiii tn it that tne

children had their fill of sodas and

ice cream after the meet.
A happy throne of competitors
left the Gamboa Pool about 11:30
a.m., pleasantly tired and yet eag eagerly
erly eagerly thinking forward to next year
when some of the also rans may
be mounting the victors stand.
The Results:. -. .;?. ;
. 50 Yd P S Girls 12, Charlene
flravp W t Tntim'

50 Yd F 8 Boys 12, Alfred
Reynolds, 312, Albrook.
50 Yd F S Boys 11, Martin

50 Yd F S Girls 11, Maggie Ma-

noney, aj.a, miDoa.
25 Yd F 8 Boys
Shirk. 15.1. Gatun.

9 vd Rrt fl Rnv 10. Roark

summeriora, zi.o, tsaiuua.
- 25 Yd Brst 8 Girls 10, Bunny
Henderson, 23.0, Ft. Kobbe.'
25 Yd Brst S Boys 8, John
Townsend, 17.8, Balboa. ;
. 29 Yd Brst 8 Girls 8, Jane Wll-

" 200 Yd Med' Relay1 "Boyj : 12,
Ill f i 1 w rtAklal TtuMAMM

Gen Linfors. and Jerry Mann.

lime:

dM VH fpd Pplav nlrl 19

Charlene Graves, pat Daly, Har

riet Hewitt, ana verna wiiao

brand. Time: 2:42.2.

100 Yd Med Relay Boys 10.

Henrv shirk. Oarv Vaucher.

Matthew Manninsr. and. Duke

Wilson. Time: 1.17.4.,.

100 Yd Med Relay Gins- in,
Nancy Chadwick, Betsy Bell.

Summerford, and John Town.

sena. Time: i.z..

100 Yd" F 8 Relav Boys 8. Drew

XJT ai-a V Tim IMintr ri9Vld

.10, ;. Henry BeU, and Larry sellens! Time:

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.. : At.. 1 ...j.. 1. wiuie Shoemaker's

tarlsh sroof. which saw him misjuaie ne
bblow th W Derby, boll, down to a mUture of sympathy and

skepticism. Two examples; : t. -
(lT... 1 .'i Mtnnpttt. nf fair Dlav In

1 in wnat nas naupeeu, io w vm vw..-. -t
j nt rirtpr herause he had the

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l:-:iiot TOiiu t.h Shoe, as I believe he is called,

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had been reading ougar nj nwU.- "'-.-.,
make It close so as to create a demand for a rematch? , Ed

die Betz, Brooklyn, k , v , V J 4
At the outsetwe..wish lUte y .Wrtton ttt

script fpr this amiteaiywwa w.u. elv 1

Nancy chadwick. .'Betsy Bell script W n aew0the face 6x t, for surely it
Barbara Lewter, and Christy PO ed In Sff

Reynolds, Kevin Yokum, Duncan wea. r v

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"-7 j- .-v. "w- -. j i it. hnrht h was home

100 yd Med Kelay Girls a Su- Xhen he .tiod tn the atlrrups, momen-
ann nnnr.an. Helen Dillon. Bebe .. n V. h- it Derbv he

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iiv ... n.rth oitI ... ii 1,.- .Am, tRniui fp ilif fcrence

"'"v : Also Knoemaaer perouunuy w
Wltkin. and Martin Holraes.t,, anii ..ronrt nlace ridinir fees. Ralph Lowe. Gallant

Time: 3.15.8. - wnnn. lost ble. too. Instead of $107,850, the winners

. 200 Yd F S Relay Girls 12. Vir-r""" t. Te'xan nad to settle for the runner-up's J25,ooo,, rv
einla Austin. Rosemary Reardon. F110' UUB ,-.

Karen Sanders and Edna Varla.
Time: 3.00.1.
. inn Vd F S Relav Rovs 10. Jim

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Wood, ana cnaries ceiaen.
Time- 1.121. ',

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Virginia Austin, and Edna Vare- same. To Insist, however, that the ctrcumstances should renaer

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RUGGED HUNT
By WARREN PAGE
Shooting Iditer
- I GOT a real breik ha winter

it-Hout even reilizins it. One

and areot willing to start getling
resdy for it right now.

know is a photogrspher. Prior to

HUlb. J 1U010.,
him Immune from proper censure la unrealistic.

t, tnt valuable' asset a race track can have Is the con

fidence of the public, or the bettors. There is only, one way

this can be achieved and that is through constant vigilance ana
forceful supervision. Racing cannot afford the luxury of dis discipline
cipline discipline edged In sentiment.

in... cLam..!..1. Vin. li tIX In the llrht of the

fits sxi which was bet on. his horse to win. . and which, of

eonrse, was lost, alonr with profits at close to 4-L . the stew stewards
ards stewards had no alternaUve; the, had to set him dowa ta tbt
without tambllnf. and gamblint has an irresistible fascination
greater Interests of the sport. ;

Racing Is peculsrfly sensitive business. It can't survive
for sharpies, To accept mistakes, even patently honest ones,
as a matter of course, can lead racing Into dangerous. If not

disastrous, cunaequcucca. . .. ;

The bettor himself Is not Interested In distinguishing be-

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tors, elevators, lie walks ap more and more
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v.cn iriuuii li. j n c ijiL.iiLB ui niui vai.u crcnur

snoiuaT wmi on me inn, somt siiy feis to woere no can mate a
kind of rheumatics. The doctor in- lath floor apartmtnt, ruaaiag,
suted I (ret regular exerci, swim with no strain. ........
mms l:rg his recommendation, j
I The wf 11-urholstered office-work -I
started ftesmboatirg m o r e er w: is 10 steaks over-weiebt

lenr'ts ectx ilay, found tho wind. and

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making a British Columbia sheep tween honest mistakes and dishonest mistakes. He can get hurt
hir, .Am tl4 twict km that I -. n.lnf.illo In ta nnj h fh other. SO. it makeS nO

lust as painfully by he one as by the otner. so. u mates no

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ge'.t:rg tetter and better by he of 50 can't oay too much attention! bank more than top-salaried ballplayers, pre golfers and ring

wek. cnrl muscle tone years to being fit physically tor a hunt.. champions. That's all the more reawn why they aren t entltlea
younger by the month. To tun it may mean the flMfer-jto make aUly mistakes at the public's expense. .

. ice betweeo eomuig back with
So in earV summer thttiz s-meat or coming back dead meat' Arralng In the defense of Shoemaker, one of our readers
lor? i!?' fkrnm fnr hot Kerja hirr.M-U. joffered ot vindication the fact that Bill Cemm, president of

BiJes care eatier and slo-;irg or-' Cnarchui Downs, plans to use a Wi n bi i maic tne nn

t-r A'a." n cn:masr with '. Jre ta pan ox reaayuif our ; is n noe snore rnpicioa m xnw
poi'iris tl c"-,ra gear and old 'selves to have fun, of course, Uspeaks for itself, the antlfntd eari read.

t 02. a raci&cara was a t-at u nre time, i oa cam shed
f.r.th. i0 pound in a month, nit without
r...n rz Tourwlf. and hardenir.e

'-'ir'ei takes trvrral months h-

c (.me tt rart lwmtia aVnrtithe bid ind Prtv rn Swsrs In S3. Stated sircr'T. the Utt

c iUr is in May or June. S'art r-.ari lost bis wits ard tie race at the same time. We felt sorry
vi and the guide wont have to. fir Mm. . we lo tr'.i tcrrj for the guys who had the winner
:jt jw tp otere the -au are Dut couldn't collect.

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the Infield, about a rxteer.th of a mile from the finish, might
ar.!y confuse a rider making hU debut there. Choemaker bad
no such excuse. He's ridden many wees there. In fct, won
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Resorts
FOSTER! COTTAGES and largo
, beach house. Ona milt past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phona Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Ocoansida Cottagas
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ma, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1473.
Baldwin's furnished a p a r t t-ments
ments t-ments at "Santa Clara Beach,
Talephono Smith, Balboa 3681.
Vernon Laughs Off
'Report He'll Pilot
Washington Club
" BOSTON (UP) Boston Red
Sox first baseman Mickey f Ver Ver-non
non Ver-non lauphingiy claimed no inter interest
est interest whaVoevei today in the man-
s,?rship of his former mates, the
w '.yning'on -.senators.
The j 39-year-old Pennsylvania
Scut,- however,, -was scoffing pri primarily
marily primarily nt the thought that he
09a e ottered the Washington
maffegdr's post next year when
h;Hcpnidto a local rumor with
f.l don't know where they get
Ideas like that." He threw such a
cloak oi absurdity on the whole
idejr that he declined to say what
he anight do it he was offered the
, icmion. 1
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STILL IN UNIFORM Jimmy
Ftxx keeps his hand in base baseball
ball baseball by coaching the University
of Miami, Fla., club. Foxz, 49,
isksecond to only Babe Ruth in
,aB-time major league home
,! run totals.
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Briefs
CLEARWATER. Fla.' fUP) A
record S0.100 awaits the ton scor
ers in tte 1957 Professional Golf Golfers
ers Golfers Assn. championship tourna
ment at raiami valley Golf Club.
Dayton, Ohio, July 17-21.
The PGA Executive Committee
meeting here -Mondsy announced
mat ine.1951 winner of the rhm.
pionship event, wifl earrr off $8, $8,-000.
000. $8,-000. The top prize was $5,000 last
year.
....w UPz BRIEFS 5-13 bm303a
TORONTO (UPV-Old Woodbine
Park racing officials were forced
to cancel their Monday program
after tne first race when jockeys
refused to ride over the rain-
oaked three-quarter mile track.
KNOXVIli,E. Tenn. rtJPi Ter-
ry .Brennan, Notre Dame football
coach who "toyed" with the single
wing system last -season, is in
KnodviUe discussing it with Bow Bow-den,
den, Bow-den, Wyitt the Tennessee coach
who is the Southern Conference's
outstanding exponent of the sinele
wing formation. Brennan plans to
spena several aays watcnlng
movies of Tennessee games. 1
WASHINGTON (UP) Virgil
Aians of &t. Louis and Randy
Sandy of New York have been
signed for a 10 round middle middleweight
weight middleweight fipht at the Capitol Arena
May 24. The bout replaces a
hghtweifc'ht contest between Paoli
iRosi and Joey Lopes, which was
cancelled because Kosl injured his
hand in a bout last week.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
W.Va. (UP) The four-day pro program
gram program which will begin when the!
Greenbrier opea golf tournament
opens Thursday will be called the
"Sam Sneao Festival" in honor of
the star, who i is celebrating his
20th year on the professional cir circuits
cuits circuits V1j &.
Charlie Dressen
To Be Busy Man
As Talent Scout
Washington nip) Charlie
Dressen.doesiftlaa to waste any
time-in : his; new job as talent
scout for tht Washington Sena
tors.
After signitg a three-year con contract
tract contract a 'assistant to the presi president'
dent' president' Mondaj, Dressen revelaed
he will leave for New York short shortly
ly shortly to discuss a possible deal with
the tansees. f .-,
However, Cub President Calvin
Griffith said Cressea's new duties
will not b limited to talks with
major league clubs.
"rkailie wfil be visiting minor
leae,i :cimi in the higher clas
sification as veil as major league
cities." Griffifi pointed out "He
will neeoriat for nlarers through
trades, pjrehasea and other avail available
able available means -'
Dressen vat fired as manager
of the Senators only last week.
. FOR RENT:
Abr. .modem bedroom.
bathroom apartment, bat-
cony, ; aaaidf reota wltn
bath, bet water, garage.
$1SI.M. Call M321, bastness
- " hours.

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1954 Buiclc
Special hardtop, straight shift,
radio, heater, white walla!
' SI195, Call days Albrook 5182.
FOR SALE: 55 Hillman con con-vertible
vertible con-vertible Deluxe. New nylon
tol, tiras, 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-doorj Good
transportation, priced for :
quick sale. CaH Navy 301 6.
FOR SALE: Convertible
Cadillac 1951 with radio; while
wall tires and A-l condition
throughout for only $1,500.00.
Por 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
lent condition I owner. Fully
equipped. Giromatic, Sacrifice
$675.00 Qtrs. 384 Clayton 87 87-4139.
4139. 87-4139. FOR SALE: PontUc Station
ui.m. laei i . ..
sun i7ji nyaramenc, raaio
$550.00. Tel. 82-3167 ef 84-2139.
FOR SALE: 1948 Chevy 4-"
door, good tires, runs perfect,
ly, $250.00. Call Panama 3-3347.
FOR SALE: Give away
price, selling Hudson 51 four
door sedan, with hydramatic.
Can be seen at Rodelag-naw
building San Gregorio, Ave.
Justo Arosemena. As It is $295.
FOR SALE t 1950 Pontiac 4
door sedan, $375.00 cash. House
502-A'Ancon Tel. 2-1321.
Mr. Pontiac and Cadillac own-'
or why don't you have a er er-tified
tified er-tified service, Garaga Johns.
ton, look after your, reparis
and maintenance? Phone 456-A ;
16th Melendex, adjoining Civa
do Colon S.A.
FOR SALE: Best 1-2 ton.
1952 Chevrolet Panel. Excel Excel-lent
lent Excel-lent condition. Can be financ financ-ed
ed financ-ed Tel. 2-2217. A
FOR J.SALEV 147,
Buick new inside radio, runs
well, reworked, bargain.! Call
saiboa 2-1327.,-',;,;
FOR SALE: '53 Austin con-
4l
vertible, excellent condition,
27,000 miles. 2172-A Curundu.
Phono 5278.
FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrolet
two door, Good mechanical
condition. $225.00. Phone BaU
boa 3255.
LIFE INSURANCE
eail ."s ,v...
; JIM RIDGE
' General Aent
Gibraltar T ife Ins. Co.
for rates and information
: TeL Panama 2-0558
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers-. Shippera Movers
2-2451 2-2562
r Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding flr Jampine Classes dairy
t to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or ev apeeentrhent.
snrvicio os
TEitvisiorf
ELEVISION SERVICS
i fifnr-Ti-as)
TEL. 2-4557
new canon
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
lliih-.
Panama N. York Coloa
Perle Mesta
'Raided'
By Police
CHICAGO, May 15 (UP) Po
nce crashed into a party la a
swank Gold Coast apartment and
found, not the slot machines they
were looking for,' but a startled
Perie Mesta.
Mrs. Uesia," the famed "hostess
with the moctes,! was the guest
of Mrs. Edmond Faulkner, and
was chatting with society women
Monday when three bosky ptiia ptiia-rkhemea
rkhemea ptiia-rkhemea edged Into the room
tnd announced. "This Is a raid.
"We've had a complaint that
you're tmg a private slot ma machine
chine machine club here," the detectives
saw.

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.VICE SER-.VICE SHOP OFFICERS THE
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AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA-
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MOBILE AUTOMOBILE ROW No. 38.
BID BID BID
THE CURUNDU POST RES RES-TAURANT
TAURANT RES-TAURANT offers invitation to
bid on contract to operate a
RESTAURANT in Curundu, ,C
2. Prospective bidders ere In Invited
vited Invited to visit the operations.
. Bids should be submitted in
duplicate, in sealed envelope
properly identified on the out outside,
side, outside, and enclosed in another
envelope addressed to the Ins Installation
tallation Installation Officer for the atten attention
tion attention of the Post Restaurant Of-,.
ficer. Bids will open at 1600
hours of June 15, 1957 In the
Post Restaurant Building. For
further information call Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 4205 or 4268.
FOR SALE: Beam antenna
15-20 meter "Johnson" both 3
elements, $150.00; milloh VFO
exciter, power supply, $30.00;
HI Volt transformer 1000-1500
Volt, 1 KW. $15.00; various
parts priced for. quick sale.
See at house 8228-A, Margari Margarita;
ta; Margarita; Phone, 3-2895 for informa information.
tion. information. FOR' SALE: Bahama couch
with bolster pillows $35, car
bed, bathinette, car seat,
training chair $12.00.. Tel.. 87-
8158,
FOR SALE: Plane Studio
Model $275.00 3rd. of Novem November
ber November St. House 3-91 downstairs;'
Panama. t
FOR SALE: Practically new
bike $30.00. Sunbeam trypan
$15.00. Call Panama 3-3347.
FOR SAL E f w PianeV upright.
Good condition Phone Panama
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' salea of more than 86,000,000 platters back in the 1920's makes
' him the greatest recording star of all time, warbles a duet with
his daughter. Charlotte, a film starlet in-Hollywood. Little
known to today's teen-agers, Austin, wh Is starting a come comeback,
back, comeback, thrilled an earlier generation with such popular hits as

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tomer customer is a two-man job as this 23-foot -long anaconda is un uncoiled
coiled uncoiled from its cnte at Miami, Fla. Trapped ia the South 1
Amertcaa Jungle by a mtesfeoary, the giant snake was flows
to Miami from Georgetown. British Guiana. The relucUHU
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FOR SALE: Mahogany va va-nity
nity va-nity with stool hand carved
: liquor; cabinet; dining and liv liv-,
, liv-, ing 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 leaving. Call
Tel. 3-0932 or' 2-3012.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse
Laundromat $80.00 : and Elec Electric
tric Electric Servel automatic icemaker
$350.00. Phone Amador 5193 or
Panama 3-3188.
FOR SALE: 9 pc. mahog mahogany
any mahogany Rattan living room. 1 Hi Hi-Fi
Fi Hi-Fi Silvertone 60 cycle. Edifi Edifi-cio
cio Edifi-cio Carbonoll Via Espafia 834
.Apt. 3)
FOR SALE: Westinghouse
refrigerator 8.5. cu.. Ft. Frost ;
free, like new, new. 60 cycle
unit. .One year guarantee $155. $155.-Margarita
Margarita $155.-Margarita 3-3213. -, s
FOR SALE: -. Twin bads com.
plate.. $50.00. 109-A Gamboa
4-379.
Fog-Hidden Races
Produce Juicy
Doubles Payoff
CHICAGO (UP) It's always
tough sweating out the daily dou double,
ble, double, but bettors couldn't even see
what was happening to their mon money
ey money in the first and sedond races
at Washington Park Monday.
,Heavy fog blanketed both turns
and the backstretch. C.I o c k e r s
didn't even get the time for tht
second race
" But things brightened up then
for the few who held the lucky
double tickets. Xiberty ,Street
($67.40) won i the first race and
Southern Skies ($85.20) took' the
second to round out a whopping
$1,141.00 double. tf
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T.V. SERVICE --FAST EF,
FICIENT GUARANTEED GUARANTEED-PHONE
PHONE GUARANTEED-PHONE U.S. TELEVISION 2 2-4616.
4616. 2-4616.
DO YO NEED rapid radio,
Hi-Fi, or T.V. service, anten antenna
na antenna installation? Call Colon Cy Cycle
cle Cycle Co. Tel. 424 opposite Army
Navy YMCA. t
.WANTED: Steam boiler
from 75 h.p. to 150 h.p. In good
condition. Phone 3-6636.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX.
FREE: 6 weeks old kittens kittens-House
House kittens-House 796-B Balboai Tel. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2192. 1 '
1 1
Barbara H&7b-W ; Orll
i m 1 (u.irl Kb H rr-0e 1
Bold Ruler Cops : ;
Prep; Fails To"
K '",
Impress Arcaro :
P. AT.TIMORE (UP) Eddie Ar-
hiast at Bold 'Ruler, "two
withdrawals and. a nne worxoui
indicated today Iron Liege" will be
h favorite Saturday wnen
"M.rvinnH. Mv Maryland'' sig-
InsU the start of the 81st Preak-
neSS. V:V -i '::' ":
nre'i how Iron Liege, surprise
winner of the May 4 Kentucky
nrhv. nurecd to the fore as
"Preakness weesr oegan monu7
... j...
it the old-Pimiico traca:
Gallant Man, second in the
rrhv. was withdrawn from tne
$100,000- added Preakness because
he rasnl recoverea rrom nis wcr wcr-by
by wcr-by tussle with Iron Liege. .
TJuke. the Calumet Farm
colt w,o missed the Derby be
cause of a sore lett' ironi, 1001,
worked a mile between the first
mmkiI -r-es and nulled up
lame. Trainer Jimmyjones aa a
the colt re-injured the foot, would
not run in the --Preakness and
would taken out of, trauung
indeCni'ely.' --j'?- t'- :
. i j i. .. -tr'r.n
! Tjppe. .' who save : Calu-,
met'iU sixth Derby triumph when
Gen. Duke went lame, followed
ki. iiMtmiU on the track and
produced one of the fastest work workouts
outs workouts in PimUco history. Although
throttled down oy jocuj wi
Cutshsv through the last furlong,
he did a mile in ItST-4-5, only
one fifth of a secono. on w
track's !4-year-old record.) r
Arcan, then had t; whip
Whealley Stable's Bold Ruler, ; a
poor fourth in the Derby, to de defeat
feat defeat Inswept by a length to the
mile and one-sixteenth Preakness

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BFin HOPKINS III. of Boy. ScoUt Troop No,! 4, Diablo HehihU, Canal Zone, is hwn with his
of the troop committee a recent Troop Court of Honor where R

Prep. Bold Ruler's time wss i-fip. ActuaUy it was a change in
snappy 1:43 8-S. Arcaro wasnllii grip on life.
impressed. Convoy wss a distant! .-' -:

lart in the field of three. :
Proliably not more than seven
will run in the Preakness. Be Besides
sides Besides Iron Liege and Bold Ruler,
Federal Hill, Inswept, Nah.MUs
snd Promised Land appear fairly
certain to start, Cain Hoy Stable
will decide later in the week
whether it will send One Eyed
King down from New York for
the race. .. ..

WANTED: Stenographer, bi bilingual,
lingual, bilingual, experienced, good
. speller. Permanent work. Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia Pictures,, Eusebio A.
Morales Avenue,

WANTED: RESTAURANT
CONCESSIONAIRE to take ov ov-or
or ov-or kitchenr in popular Canal
Zone Club. Must be all-round
chef. Goad proposition foe
right person. For interview
Call Balboa 2-1414.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: S K.W. Kohler
electric, light plant, --gasoline,
'220 volts, 60 cycle, three phase
with transformer and extras, '.
engine. $500.00. One Vx K.W.
electric light plant. 115 volts,
60 cycle gasoline B&S engine.
$250. Navarre & MacMurray. '"'
FOR ( SALE: General Elec Electric
tric Electric motor, 2 1-2 horse power.
Phone Panama 2-1354.
FOR SALE: ; 14 Ft. fishing
boat-trailer, 5 10 HP Johnson
' motor. Many extras, $375 Tel.
Navy 2386.
,FOR SALE: 13' beat, boat,
ing equipment, trailer, Balboa
' 4240 after 4:30 p.m. ; .,,
V-
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fithT Reld Hopklhs III, R. L. Blaney,' P. M. Runnestrand.

Re-Hot :Demairet Could Be
-One j to :Beat Jn U,S. Op en

: r. By OSCAR FRALEV.-v (.;
" NEW YORK (UP) With Jimmy
Demarct it's not how, old you are
but how old you feel, which is
why the golfing grandpappy has
the sprouts nibbling on their nib niblicks
licks niblicks as they look forward today
to the U.S. open. -
Rainbow Jimmy will be 46 or 47
or 48 two weeks hence.- The first
is his current figure; the second
is admitted in his autobiography
and the' third comes from close
friends. .:::s
But iovial James has lust 'fin
ished polishing on tne 1101 springs
Open ,by playing 2 '. under par
throueh four rounds to capture
his third tournament ot ue year
and now he has designs on the
Open as a present for his two
grandchildren. ' t ;
The way ne s piaymg, ne jusi
may do it. too. Ana rememDer
that at Inverness in Toledo, where
the Open will be staged June 13 13-15,
15, 13-15, the unusual always seejns to
happen. '
Here Are Two 'Examples.
When it first was held there.' in
1920. Ted Ray at 43 became the
oldest winner. When it was staged
there aain in 1331, they came up
with the longest playoff as Billy
Burke-best George Von Elm in 72
holes. --.-.-.v, ... .,- ?,"
Ihe way he is playing. Demaret
has to be a good bet even, though
like another old gaffer named

sam &neaa--ne Bever nai won iu t circuit events.
Jimmy should have in 0948, when) Horrified by the death: of IS
he came in with a new record of persons in Sunday's Mille Miglia
278. But while he sat in the club- ract, Italy's -minister of trans trans-house,
house, trans-house, Ben Hogaa came through port, Armando Angelini, made bis
u n.n!n, 9?A wiHim mcnH.ttnn 4a w

wilu m nuuinj w.
In the surmise which attended
Jimmy's two earlier triumphs this
xorine. at I aim Serines and Bat

on Rorge, Demaret came up petted to be accepted by the rac rac-with
with rac-with a technical explanation that in? committee and could lead to a
i tumm ill fin in a rhanpe in his tmsl hi n (in thm Mil). -:

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TELE

2-2374

WANTED: Want to train
ales manager American or
Panamanian citizen. Prefer
have car, Call Panama 3-2553
from 10:00 a.m. to 12 noon.

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LOST: Hound dog, white white-'
' white-' black, spots.' Phone Balboa 44-
LOST: Two Boxers females,
. approx. 6 months old. One -brindla
, with white markings,
one tan with white markings.
Reward offered' call Panama
, 34082 or call a tNo. 17 San Mar Mar-tin
tin Mar-tin Street. ,U L
FOR SALE: Three bed.
room house with two baths,
living room, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, two maid's rooms with
i bath and 2000 meters of land
In Golf Heights.. For Informa Information
tion Information call from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
. 3-1141 or 3-3341, After 5 p.m.
'3-3069.' -.-,
eNo. 1 Laughing Boy
Demaret always has been eolf'a
No. 1. laughing boy. I remember
a- night 4before he was to play in -the
-semi-finals of. the PGA. At 3
a.m. be still -was cutting tin Iiauid
touches with the boys and led a
foul shooting contest using young
Walter Hagen's white calfskin
shoes and a giant silver bowl half
full of potato salad.;
The next day he was rubbed out
rather rapidly. Passing it off non nonchalantly,
chalantly, nonchalantly, he coined one of his
most widely-used expressions:
"Oh, well, in at. four -4 out In
40.",;. ? I ;. .-' .- :
Now, a s befits one of golfs
elder statesmen, he still has the
zest but the extreme exuberance
has been brought under control.
Cousider'ng that he always had
the game, he remains one of those
to beat And in the Open they
must hole them all, so easv-soinff
James won't. be beating himself
oy conceding so many putts, as
he has done so often in the past.
Ifafy: Road-Racing
To Get 'Revision' ...
i ROME -(UP. : Tha ;mrfntna
cabinet of Italian Premier Antonio
Segni today was considering a
proposal calling for a "revwion"
of all road racing in Italy, includ-
- we cnuiun
micr ministerial committee
for
automooiie racing.
ine minister s proposal Is ex
which his a 27-year history
(bloodshed,
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- MOSCOW, May 15 i (UP)- Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganln
warned the West today against "balancing on the brink" of war
m the Middle. East crisis., He hinted the time is now ripe lot a
new personal meeting between leaders of East and West.
' ,.The Soviet leader, speaking to a Kremlin mass meeting, de declared
clared declared the Soviet Union has "no special interests" in the Middle
East other than seeing that peace and the independence of Arab
nations are guaranteed. v
But be warned that the West must choose between this
j,cact and the "way of war." , t
Bulganln surveyed foreign af-' events which agitate! the Middle

fairs in the Kremlin meeting East for the sole reason that the

taat followed talks between So-oil monopolies of the imperialist

Viet leaders and a visiting gov

errtment delegation from Mongo Mongolia".
lia". Mongolia". -. .
Bulganln said that interna-

t.innsiin.fns1nn has TPlaxerl some

what lecently, making the .time
more propitious for new East East-West
West East-West negotiations on interna-

- tional. problems.
. He said he favored personal

contacts with foreign leaders to

discuss questions of peace.
""TJie Soviet premier placed
the entire responsibility for international-tension
on the
.West ern f powers, who, he
charged, have rejected'"realis
. tic'' Soviet proposals to reduce
'tension..-j .-"
- i iiiAjWestern Big Three, Bul Bul-i
i Bul-i taninr-said, rejected Russian pro-
tosalSTto renounce use of force
in ,th Middle ., East and now
? srawt in their attempt to set
t At&ese Issues by force" "the
iB4i states In particular.
"tTtterre are only two ways he

f ?e,f or Dominican Govl.

1 i;we4nana ior tne peaceiui way

powers dominating there wags a
fierce struggle ton the redlvision
of the natural resources they
own and rudely suppress the as aspirations
pirations aspirations of the- young Arab
states for independent develop development."
ment." development." 1 ,
Bulganln (Hacked the Eis-J
enhower Doctrine and ehargcd
it "is now the main source of
anxiety and instability", in the
Middle East.
'.'The concentration of the U.S.
6th Fleet in that area and that
blunt statement by United States
leaders about the readiness to in interfere
terfere interfere in the domestic affairs of

Jordan laid bare the essence of
the Dulles-Elsnhower doctrine,"
Bulganln said.

Former FBI Agent
Indicted As Agent

...

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WASHINGTON, May 15 (UP)
Formers FBI Assent John Jo

seph Frank had been Indicted by

"We have no special interest

fri that area. We have enough

latum resources of our own.
-"The only thing we are in interested.
terested. interested. In, both in the Middle
- -East and in all other parts of
the world, Is the maintenance
."of perce and the right of all
jpeoples to settle their future."
, But he added that Russia "can-
'tot remain indifferent to the

tnd are convinced that the na

j on& will not allow politicians
htencing on the brink of war"
I- .loirs Via tfVta nraw V-

Discusslnff the Middle East sit- a Xederargrand jury on charges

lauoir Bulgarian sam; huuui, w.i

Trujillo and the Dominican gov government...,'
ernment...,' government...,' Frank, also known as John

Kane, was charged Monday on
two counts of representing the

Trujillo regime. Two dther
counts charged him with fail

ing to register with the attorney

general as requirea nyine is

foreign agents registration act.

He was arraigned beiore rea-

eral Judge Richmond B.: Keech

shortly after the indictment was

handed down and entered pleas

of innocent on each count. He

was fingerprinted ana reieasea

on $10,00(1 bond.
The Indictment said the 42

year-old Washington lawyer has
collected Information for the

Dominican government and has
been "soliciting' and accepting"

payment from the Trujillo re regime.'
gime.' regime.' ' '"
If convicted on all counts of
the four-count Indictment Frank
would be subject to a maximum
penalty of 20 years in prison and
a $40,000 fine.

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54 hour ending I a.m. today,.
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of tha Panama' Canal Company: 1
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LIGHT FINGERED Walton
James Lord, 39, of Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, was held in $50,000 bail
on. charges of theft of art
treasures : here and abroad.
Police found valuable flgu-.
rines, paintings : and rare
books In his home, Including
a Toulouse-Lautrec oil.

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Boys 14, Girls 9

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VENTURA, Calif. May 15 (UP)
Mrs. Edythe Lowe made an un unexpected
expected unexpected contribution to the Boy
Scouts' clothing drive today.
When" the Scouts came to the

doorand asked for clothes her lit

tle boy thought the Scouts had been
sent by the laundryman and turn turned
ed turned over a bundle containing the
family wash.

Boys outnumbered girls, 14-9
In births reported from Gorgas
Hospital for the period ending
at midnight Monday. ; ?

Parents, of the boy babies are:

Mr. and; Mrs. R. S. Eversley
of Paralso: Mr. and Mrs. V. C.

Lashley, pf Panama City; TSgt.1

and Mrs. J. Barrios, of AibrooK

Field; SSgt. and Mrs. W. J.
Harmon, of Locona; Capt. and

Mrs. J. Li Smith, of Fort Kpb-

be; Mr.' and Mrs. M. O. Grant

of Panama City; Cpl. jand Mrs.

H. c. carter, of. Cocoll; -Sgt.
and Mrs W. E Coyle, of Fort

Kobbe; Pvt and Mrs. A. J. Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, of Panama City;. TSgt.

and Mrs: HV Btetser, of Albrook;

Mr. and Mrs.' R. L. Austin, of

Balboa; Mr. and i Mrs. A....E.

Greene, of Balboa ; 6P-3 .and

Mrs. L. F. Langenburg, of Gam

boa:, and Mr. and Mrs M.

Brands, of Colon.. '

Parents of the girl babies are:

Mr. and Mra D. F. Blackburn, of

Panama C'ty: Mr. and Mrs. F

Douglas, of Paraiso; Mr. and

Mrs. J. F. Smith of Panama

City; Lt. Commander and Mrs
L. R. Gaston, of Farfan;-Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Martle. of Bal

boa: SPR-2 and Mrs. J. F6 Trone,

or ran Kobbe; Mr.. and Mrs. D

H. Boland, of Balboa: SP-3 and

Mrs. M. M. Weaver, of Panama

City; and Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Welty, of Cocoll.

US, To Send
A-Warheads
To-tSV Korea;

irexjTKrr:Tnw! Mav-15 (UP)

'"A-VTn.. fiprretarv Charles E-

Wilson indicated last night that

iv. TTnitiirt Hnaes V

.nnna rroable of firing atom-

te warheaas wi f

t Wilson maae me ,u

newsmen snony
tot John Foster Dulles

said this country was consider

ing, sending. more

South Korea to counter a Com

munist DUiiaup m """,.

.Wilson' saw ne, -v"-under
consideration were .nhe
same kind of thing we talk
about for Europe."
The U.S. has three types c-1

ground -launched' n"",;;

Kurope wmcn ""
with- atomic 1 warheads. They
are the Atmy'r Honest. John
rocket, the Corporal missi e,
and the Air Force Matador mis missile
sile missile 4 1 " 1 '
Wilson was .' asked whether
the 5! two U.S. Army divisions
now 'in South- Korea, the 24th
and 7th, will be converted to

"pentomic" outfits., jfenwnwc J

thu Armv's worn ior ioiiini-6c

- - .

divisions comprising live onmc

groups instead of tne prescm

three regiments. s '

"ThafS wnat : tney a uks w

An i wilson said. "That's the

kind of ; thing we are talking

about." );? :.

Wilson forecast there would

be a "prompt declison", about

moderfilzing the forces In

South Korea. He said the fact

that Dulles was talking public

ly 'about the question "would

indicate that a decision Is not
very .far "off." '9.,?J:L-

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12nd YEAR.

PANAMA R. P.," WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1957

FIVE CETS

Pubi

Relations

Consul tan ts Advise

Beck To Step Down As Teamsters Prexy

Sumac Divorces

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JAMESTOWN.: VsV Mi IS fUP)

The roll of 17th Century drums
and the rotr of 20th Century jets
combined Monday to mark the
35Uth anniversary of the landing

at Jamtstown.
The Ene'ish settlers who land

ed May 13, 1607 formed the first
permanent settlement in the' new

world.. .-
Some of the nation's too dienl

taries were on hand, including
Vice President Nixon, Assistant

Secretaiv ol Stale Walter Robert

son, Aistant Secretary ior Air
Dudley Sharp, TAC (Tacical Air
Command) Commander Gen. O.P.
Weyland. .Virginia Gov. Thomas

B. Stanley and U.S. Sen.; Harry

P. Byrd (DVa.. ..:,;

8 Jt despite the great show of

'brass, fie nearly 3.500 ipecUton

who thronged the mall of the ultra-modern,
mulu million dollar

festival nark norentd their

in ancient costumes and the lat

est in Air Ftr-te jtta.
The Air Force mIc the- show,

A D'tbuc address ytem was

rigged up so the spectators could

hear first band the conversation
between Col. Carlos Talbott. lead leader
er leader of a Jet-flight, and a groaind
communications -crew here.

three pets; which wS uan

beior naa tatea on
Airport 4,500 miiet

r. awepi overneaa ml nearv

tree-top 4eveL -.

C WevlsodT id that three : other

T3 no Suoeribrrt cooUmied oa to

Los Angela. were they, set a
A mw rrrjrd for nonstop jet (igbt-

C I er f!;gW by utaymg In t air for

Tin iniki Th

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Alvm CP-Alvm W. BaUer. 72, recently eoa eoa-vicled
vicled eoa-vicled of dnvia too alow 2t

miln an hour oa a freeway rtm-

HOLLYWOOD, May 15 5
Ymi Sumac, whojcame out of the
mountains of Peru to become
world singing sensation, today di di-voced
voced di-voced Moises Vivanco; her man manager
ager manager and discoverer, because he
called hei bad names, in Spanish

that she refused to repeat, n

ine 3 vyear-old: singer s divorce

mada no mention of v a recent
court action In which Vivanco was
declared the lather of twin girls

born to Miss Sumac's former

secretary. Maureen E. Shea.,-;

Superior Judge Edward R.'

Brand grametr the default decree
in Santa Monica Superior Court

and approved an agreement under
which Vivanco will pay $200 a
month for his son by Miss Sumac,

Charles," n. .;,

Although the- couple were legal

ly separated, the) settlement (til

ed for VivincO to continue as his
former wife's manager and music

arranscr for which he will receive

50 per cent of her earnings.-

Miss sumac torn juage tsrina

that Vivanco belittled her and
called her very bad i words in
Spanish.". ,Asked .to tell what he
called her. she said, "I cannot re repeat
peat repeat the words." ;The xcourt then
accepted her statement that they
wer? "vile and profane."; v t

The domestic. battle. was climax

ed last April 17 by a brawl in

Mist Sumac'i home in wmcn tne

principals private, detectives ;and
several Peruvian employes en en-gtged
gtged en-gtged in' htir-pulling and several
blows were exchanged. -

The iinger ana vivanco were

married in Lima June 6, 1942, and

sepirtted last Dec. 20. r

Scientific Hit

PHnJIDELPHIA. May 15 (UP)

A ptper preptred by three

British scienusu, consisting ii,iu
ptget' of typewritten copy plus 11

ptges oi grtpnt tna cnant wis
read to acientists today at the mid

year meeting of the American Pe

troleum institute. H wat iu aooui
beetles and flies and how to kill

them. ; ;. .

WASHINGTON,- May 15 (UP)-

Dave neck's public relations ad

visers have recommeuded that tie

step down as president of the

Teamsters Union until charges

against mm are settled "one way
or another," it was learned to

day.

Tony Smith, one of Beck s pub

lic: relations consultants, said

they proposed specific r e c o m

mendations of what we feel is

best for the union from a public

relations standpoint." He refused

to discuss details.

But other sources said the pro

posal was submitted to Teamsters

Vice President Einar Mohn whom

he met today with four other un

ion vice presidents. It was part

Of a report7 deaung with public

reaction to the current Senate
rackets investigation. -' ,.

Beck attended the meeting to

discuss the defense he will offer

Monday at a "trial" before the

AFL-CIO Executive Council. 'He

was suspended a a council mem member
ber member on charges of bringing the

labor movement into disrepute.

Meantime, the Senate Rackets

Committee heared testimony from

Alfons Landa on; Beck's Wangled

financial operations. : Landa is as associated
sociated associated with the law firm which
until recently represented Beck

and helped him in his appearance

before the committee.

The committee summoned A.

M. Burke, head of the mortgage

loan department for Occidental

Insurance Co., Xos Angeles, and

George Newell, insurance nroKer

for the Western Conference of

Teamsters:' ss-
The recommendations submit

ted by Beck's public relations

firm called for him to -'s ten

aside" as union president until

charges- against him and. disclos disclos-sures
sures disclos-sures by the Senate committee
are disposed of or "settled, one
way or the other."
There 'were reports that-the.
recommendations also dealt with

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Vice President Frank Brewster of the way for election of a

Teamsters president then.-

fceouie, who has, been accused

before the Senate committee of
misuse of union funds.
- So far Beck has failed to re

treat from his announced inten

tion to run for re-election at the
union's September convention. But
the' recommendaions by the pub public
lic public relations advisers could pave

new

TESTIFIES Dwlght D. In-'
gamells, general counsel of
Anheuser Busch, Inc.; of St,
Louis, appears before the Sen Senate
ate Senate Labor Rackets Committee
In Washington; Ingamells said
that Dave Beck used his pow
er as a Teamsters Union lead-;
er to ? get a huge Budweiser
beer distributorship in the u.S.

Teamsters' No. 2 Leader Indicted
For Conspiring To Spy On Own Men

i

i CtV J iW u trndrd the fped was "just about

Si MB CSS Hss ansa Mel W nf ht" for tut nodel J.

DOMESTIC CRISIS? Tho
proiracttd abnce of Queen
TUna of Jordan, abov, from
King Huueia'a si hai iparked
Mtd-Eut rumori that Jordan's
king U planning to divorce her.
Althoush living in Cairo since
last September, the queea ayt
he ki no pUn to retwm to
Amman, Jordan's capiuk She
Mr also that aht knows twth twth-teg
teg twth-teg abowt the rumored divorce,
ccordinj ts reporU.froa Clro..

NEW YORK, May 15 (UP)

James R. Hoffa. No. 2 mtn in

Dave Back's trouble-seset Team

sters Union, was charged by a

federal rackets grand jury today

with conspiring to spy on his own
aides by tanning telephone lines

in his' Detroit union headquarters

for the Jast four years.

Hoffa; his right-hand man; and
professional wire tapper were

accused .of conspiring to commit

electronic eavesdropping to gain

advance knowledge of what union

employes planned to testify at a

congressional investigation of un

ion wtlf are funds and racketeer

The special grand lury charged

in a one-count indictment that

Hoffa footed the : bill Nfor the

alleged conspiracy with nearly

$8,500 drawn from tha Teamsters
Union treasury. ;
Named with f the 44-year-old
"heir atmarent' to Beck at head

of the nation's largest union were
Bernard Brennan. president of

Dttroit Teamsters Local 337, and
Bernard B. Spindel, professional
wiretapper' who has figured in
several cases -.- --i.
Hoffa, a $21,000-a-year Interna International
tional International vfe president of the 1,300,
000-member AFL-CIO Teamstert
Union, is free in $25,000 bail on

a charge ot trying to Duy recoras
of a Senate committee investigat investigating
ing investigating labor racketeering.

SDinde' is under indictment in

Hudson County, N J., on chtrges
of illega'y tapping-the telephone
lines of a Harrison, N. J., factory.
He has te"rtified before congres congressional
sional congressional investigators that wire-tapping
is -"an exact science" that
he has mastered to a point where
be can listen .to a conversation

merely by putting a thumb tact

m a wa;:.

The three were chargea wun

conspirin; to install intercepting
device on telephones in Team Teamstert
stert Teamstert Union headquarters at 2741
Trumbiill Ave., Detroit.

The alleged conspirtcy began in

January, 1953. and continued right
... . i i : i

up until tooay, majcimrui

cnarged. -,

Spindel allegedly Installed a
monitoring and recording system
in the office occupied by Hoffs
and Brennan and instructed the

two union officials in the opera

tion of the, monitoring system.

Dicky Says Degree
Bestowed On lib
Honors All Latins

KANSAS CITY. Mo., May 15
(UP) Rlcardo' Manuel Arias
Panamanian Ambassador to the
United States and former Pres President
ident President of Panama, said the hon

orary degree bestowed upon him
here yesterday by Rockhurst
College was ''not orUv a distinct
honor for, myself but for. all of

tne peoples or the Latin Ameri
can republics.'.'

The Rev. Joseph E. Qouch. dean

or tne cone-pta.;: and the Rev ..

Charles Cahill.l; assistant- dean.

placed the purple hood signify

ing tne noaor over Arias'Jhead

The Very Rev. Maurice E. Van

ACKeren, president of the col college,
lege, college, said Arias was a, symbol of

tne. 150-mllllon- citizens of y20
Latin American republics. :

The recommendations were said
to have been drawn up by David
Charnay and his associates. Char-,
cay is chairman of the board of
Associates, a New York-Washington
firm-hired by the Teamsters
as a result of the union's trouble
with the Senate investigators.'

T-Mdn Give Up

PARIS Max:15 (UP)-Theoeov-

ernmeut closed an old tax case

today. An agent was sent 4o the
home' of Raymond Guichard to

find out why the plumber, 69, had
ignored back-tax notices for more
than -three years. 1

The agent found the door open

and wa.'ked into the toartment.

Hanging from a chandelier in the
dining- -rcom was Guichrad's
skeleton. Police raid Guichard ap

parently hanjged himself years ago

American Couple
Give Phillipiness
$50 Million Find
MANILA," May 15 (UP) An A A-merican
merican A-merican couDle retorte1 t.n hav

found a 50, million dollar sunken

treasure has offtred to give up
all rights tO it. -.the Philinnina

News Service said Monday.

The same service rennrW Cim.

day that professor Vincent Palm Palm-er
er Palm-er and h!s wife. Luoie. haH fnnnri

thetreasure in gold' bullion while
studying marine life in the Sulti
Sea in the southern Philippines.
The news service said Monday
it had received a telegram from
the "Washington Masias Scientific
Artist SuDoceanic Society Expedi Expedition"
tion" Expedition" from Bongao, Sulu.
It quoted the Palmers ti sayng
in the telegram:
, '!we ha ve found the Filipinos
and Moslems so nleasant and

friendly to, Americans wo offer

our; rights -.to three .objects "your
the news service's) dispatch de-'
scribes as worth 50 million dollars

to the Philippine people."

.. You often, wonder how some
people con use such big words to
spy such small things. (HA

Teachers Warned
On Stimulation
Of Student Body
SKOIX. Korea. Mar 15 (UP-

Tho fovernment Instructed wom women
en women teachern In all public school
today '9 avoid wearing clothes

and nikcup which "Und to give
uodeurab'e stimulttoo" to young

students.

The techer,' on order cirrCitt-

ed by ihe Ministry of Education,

wer tald:

"Pon t expos loo much of the

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toa't wetr aakeua," f

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