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?Cs ;.i Business
3y a Pus Inches;
i ;aftr level
Considerably below the 85 to
Only four and some-tenth inches i$ keeping the Kan Kan-ima
ima Kan-ima Canal from running. out of waiter for normal canal'
rW wi v. potter revealed yes
Cluajr Ail n uiv-v-.-o
headers in Santa Cruz that
vas breathing easier since
i i ... tha rnnf Hp
ucaiu lain uic r
i,- i i tn .-.within
i i th nnlnt.
Ivhich the canal would have
owed to transit. . .,:,...;;,.
Although the lake has been
lower 81.62 in 1946
front sources pointed out that
today's brisk traffic in super supertankers
tankers supertankers and heavily laden ore
shins spells a difference be
tween then and now,
(k:r B:cks Drive;
Io Find Fcis Fcr ;
I Backing a drive' to boost the
dwindling Xatin American Stu-.
jient Scholarship fund to enable
jone recent graduate to attend
Oanal 7.nn Junior College
next term,. Gov, W. E. Potter
.'w annlause from a group i of
Ibcal-rate : c i v 1 c ,, councimjent
ICblii ...... -j ill
DmUikinu tn heln cet contrl-1
Buttons to the fund in oraer inai
W of three ; Latin American
ichool '-graduates who was ae ae-micht.
micht. ae-micht. tttend the CZJC
the fall, the Governor also
revealed that he would cneca
!he possibility of including ;the
tund in the charities aided' by
jhe Community. Chest. 'f$
He met yesterday afternoon
with council officers from Rain Rain-low
low Rain-low City, Santa Cruz, La Boca
ind Paraiso at the Santa Cruz
Service Center for. a shirtsleeve
conference. ; ;
':" Potter opened the session by
reporting; progress In improving
the Latin American school curri curriculum,
culum, curriculum, and made special men-
Liion oi tne xact unai. nucc
Ikates had won entrance to the
tunior, College in compeuuve
it Tn rtApt tn heln nrnvlds ft bet
ter beach for residents, the Gov-
trnor' suggested tnat ine one
Recreations Board together with
the councils should study the
advantages of eliminating Far Far-tan
tan Far-tan Beach and combining ef efforts
forts efforts for a really good b;ch
yea at Hideaway. ,
Other points touched upon
ere the possibility of concrete
Saving under quarters, installa installa-on
on installa-on of hot-water Jieaters (which
urould require an increase of 45
tents a week in rentals), new
ilectrlc ranges and window lou lou-res.
res. lou-res. v
247 lb. Gamboa Wcnisn Accused
bf Cccilnij Up Her
The question of whether or not
I 247-pound Barbadian w o m a a
was beating her old mother-in-law
(sroe up today in the Balboa Mag Mag-.
. Mag-. tiraie'k Court but was not re resolved
solved resolved because the ease was coa coa-inucd
inucd coa-inucd until tomorrow morning.
The Judge ordered that a doctor!
ixamme tne oia taay, tamora Jor Jor-.
. Jor-. Ian. in the home of her son at
" Cam boa, where she resides to de-
fnnine whether she has any
to arks of beating on her, and also
to report bfT condition,
"Sh htr b in good hap:M
h warned th defendant, Mrs.
Lena Jordan, wK waddltd inta
turt today tportinf a bright
rd blovto and a ftowtrod skirt
n tr cerpulent figure.
- Mrs. Jordan is secured 6f dis dis-F:rbmg
F:rbmg dis-F:rbmg the peace by fighting in
, i ? ti boa
4AT-H:n in iwn vifnccc. fhcvi.
:dwheemoiord.ain i!lS!g?tid "'"iQne Moment Please
t. e rid Ud.v.
f ;t we didn't pay any atten
CI Felice Chief
C: if fill. Returns
stood at 82.42 feet todayi-
86 foot normal despite recent
ij ' ? r
r w i 1 i
The first heavy rain which
struck last Saturday raised Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun Lake a total of one-tenth of
an Inch ; Since that time some
1.34 inches of rajn have fallen.
Potter and his advisors had
set a deadline for the end of
the month f or" drastic water
conservation measures if the
skies did not oblJge. :
Last week the inflow to the
Gatun,' basin sagged to a trickle
in the wake of a month-which
showed an average of 23.9 lock lock-ageS'per
ageS'per lock-ageS'per day in the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal i- the highest April o rec record.
ord. record. Each aockage used 7,100,000
cubic feet of water. 1
iln addition, 140,000,000': cubic
feet were expended for munici municipal
pal municipal ." purposes. A recprd-making
dry season brought the Gatun
Lake level to a dangerous low.
Director 01 BudgcV;
Against Pay Raise
To Federal Employes
: The 'fallowing satement wa is issued
sued issued toaay oy Vaux Owen,, Presi President
dent President of the iMatiOnal Federation of
Jjfueral Employes: ,f ,l,
"The f Director of the Budget Bu Bureau
reau Bureau fias, xecammendea againsl la la-vorable
vorable la-vorable action on jnyf bills grant granting
ing granting general pay increases oi d d-ertl
ertl d-ertl employes and' has 'advised
Chah-ma Xota Murray of the
House rost Uttice and Civil Serv Service
ice Service Committer that such tagisla tagisla-tion
tion tagisla-tion would noCbe in accord with
toe: 1 mtui piogram. .,
... ...0..'..-. ,. : v
;''Federal employes subject to
the Classification Act have not had
a general salary increase tn more
than two year. That increase ot
7.5 per cent, average, was admit,
tediy jnaoequat,. i fv
'"Since -theiC'' jiiving costs' have
increased sharply and virtually all
other groups ot employes in this,
country have been ranted one or;
more pay increases.' Because of tho
ever-wioenlng gap between pay i(J
business and industry and the tiou
eri'.meui, r'eaerai aepartmeuts
and agencies are having increas
ing cuutcuiiy : tn ooin recruutng
and retaining qualified employes
cany wuu i&.k
national security and welfare. The
present situation is an indefensible
one, and in no sense served the
cause oi' true economy. ,,( ,v A;
The-'-National Federation of
Federal Employes will present a
detailed statement in support of
legislation to privide pay increaa-,
es and. needed revisions .; of the
Classification Act at hearings to
be held by a Subcommittee oi the
Senate Post Office and Civil Serv Service
ice Service Commitee begining May 20."
tion,- because' it happens every
day," one of the women stated.
A second neighbor-said: -'
"From tho amount of blows
h constantly she must
have plenty of marks on her. She
gt fccat morning noon .: anal
The Judge' admitted that it was
probably quite a problem te take
care ot an ailing 77 year -old worn
Lt. S. Trail told the court be had
checked at Corozal and found they
have no facilties t care for aged'
penple who are not mental eases.!
lue dctendant, who dabbed at a
tear occasionally, said she ared
for the old lady, and that the noise
heard by the neichbors was prob
ably h ber mother-in-law Jell
She said the woman who is sick
atd cannot care for herself, must
. . -.- jj.j.
1 Police records show that in Oc
tober of la-' ear Mrs. Joroan,
the deferent, as found ginliy of
dmtiirUrg Vie pace and plated on
on yesr j-.tohaiuin.
T'f e j.. ,e r T.r. ed the case
u; .1 t-.r. . ren.i.ng a i actor's
r',... 't 1 d 'ir.t s-!
vr. 4" '
uimnMii' ampripon actrftsii
for the car of Spanish nobleman-sportsman Marquis Alfonso
de Portaeo w' appear avvvnc i.uuwwit,,p'i ...
Miglla (thousand mile auto; race in --lWyrf;flTJa--lfiu!'.nd;
12 other persons were killed when his racing car blew tir
and catarjulted into 'a crowd at Brescia, ;--.25 jniles from the
finish line. There had been rumors-, that de Portago planned
to marry-Miss Christiani as oon a4ia got ,a, -divorce, lrop.5 the
jo marry ivu y MeDaajgU p
Seven-Mci n Com ml t tee Will
A seven-man steering commlt commlt-f..
f.. commlt-f.. tn vmrir out- details for a
United Fund organization in the
Canal- Zone, .was selected Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon at a. meetinK
in the .Balboa "Theater. The
meeting was attended, about
50 representatives o',3?1
Zone community, both civiUan
and rniUtary.. and, of local wel welfare
fare welfare and charity groups whe
would" derive funds from Unlt-
ThoM who! will .form the or organizing
ganizing organizing committee are- Paul
M. Runnestrand. Executive Sec
retary tot tne
tion' Col..-1. W "V""F'
Cariooean w"""". t r ". p
iroww.tt. Principal of theFa-
. cnhnni- Anthoiry
ymonrAant Manager M
fr J ,tT; Evnit ; Comnany s
.t.k.i nffipp- Alton W hi te
""7 Kintirf Division:
of the BalDoa rieia w"'".
old Hodgson. Executive Secre
. 1. a member of the
executive commltte, of the Gov
ernor's J Council ur
Giving and has long been active
in Civic, cpuncu aim ,wuuu ,wuuu-hct
hct ,wuuu-hct wnrk. Raymond ana
White have- served with the lo local
cal local community Chest organiza
tion. Browne nas Deen ""f."'
Red Cross work here, and HOdtr HOdtr-sor.
sor. HOdtr-sor. tn addition to his YMCA
duUes. has neaaea ,.ioci w"'-
munUy Chen ames. -,
u w schull. Jr.. whe
oresided over Wednesday's meet-
In asked that tnis Enwpuiu
ninns for a unitec
Fund drive In the CanaV Zone
and submit this bv May. 29 The
mxirt will then be referred to
an ussembtY of "fivers and re receivers."
ceivers." receivers." at -a date to be an announced
nounced announced later. '''.,'"
In his capacitv es tnairman
Schiill outUned the White House
nuiin nn Tohmtarv elvintt nno
jald "that a referendum calllnr
for a one-fund d'ive was oass oass-cd
cd oass-cd by an overwhelmlne majority
last fU nt Civic council elec elections
tions elections in the Canal Zone. .-
ins ANGELES. May 1 (UP)
Earlv Llvlnrstfin: 33, dashed
in and out of a burninir apart
ment house todav to liJ In the
rescue of two moihers and their
v;,pn :i had reached safety
l.;v said. cf the
r-rrs asked h '; 1 ti n lr.tr
PANAMA, R. P. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1957
, "' "' (NEA ,Eadio-Telepholo)
lAnda Christian Anxiously waits,
He reviewed the xrrowth of
the one-fund plan In the "United
states in toe past six years; in
this period, he said the number
of United Funds; has increased
irom iikt in 1950 to zi in jsob
Over $200000,0OO was .collected
last ,year through these drives.
Several members of. the group
expressed the opinion that a one
fund campaign was advisable
here, although one representa representative
tive representative questioned its value unless
practically all groups which nor
many solicit funds were in
cluded.. After, some discussion
motion to organize .a ; United
Fund for the Canal Zone-was
made by Rabbi Nathan Wltkin
and .passed without a dissenting
vote. f 4
- Articles 01 Association for
Canal Zone United Fund, based
on documents used In Seattle
Wash, were presented by Run Runnestrand
nestrand Runnestrand .and discussed at
length.' He advised ajrainst, in incorporation
corporation incorporation of; a Fund '.at the
present time, and said that this
could be done later easily,. If the
Copies of these Articles and
of By-laws for the new organ
izatlon were given .each person
present for further study and
additional discussion at the next
MEMBERS of tte committee
are: Cel. L. I. Pa".l M. R-
--n rf ''-- C-
S'-- r"r r
: ; THE: PULSE
the: 4iGGEST suear i cane
rirvpr. tn the historv of the re
public has been recorded, accord
ing to the tamoia aauy &i ui.
r The paper saw tne orve
produced a record total' of 46, 46,-970,500
970,500 46,-970,500 pounds of sugar, which
. will be 'able : te supply both
Panama- and the Canal Zone
and allow the exportation of
6,000,000 pounds to the United
States and a possible 5,000,000
pounds to other countries, r
This year's crop of 250,000 tons
of. sugar cane, added ..to-. this
vear'a record oroD of tomatoes
and the vast quantity of milk proT
duced -.constitutes a worthwhile
contribution to the economy-': of
the country, El Dia said. :
The same newspaper' report reported
ed reported that contracts totaling $1,-
1 500,000 for the establishment
of new Industries have been
approved by the government..
These Include a $300,000 ; con
tract with .Panama Fishing; In
dustries which wm encage in
large scale fishing; $300,000 with
Panama Pacific Sea Food, which
will build fishing boats; $50,000
for a: refrigerating and seafood
nackinar Dlant by Paul Gambot-
ti; a $250,000 safety match plant
by Fosforqst S.A.; a $40,000' plant
to freeze and process native
fruits; $250,000 Investment con contract
tract contract with Slderurgica Panama
which wiM engage in .the pur purchase,
chase, purchase, sale and melting of scrap
and other metals.
.-Future participation by.1 engi engineers
neers engineers and architects employed
by the social Security Board In
building being carried out with
Social S-cutUf loans," will ... be
nrohiblted. accordlnsr to a deel
slon reached by the board of di
rectors. , t i
Flans for the construction of
a Panama City municipal palace
were reDortedly being studied to
day- by. Mayor Jose A, Cajar Es-
cal. and otner city cinciais.
The Teport said the Panama
City Council has been empow empowered
ered empowered by the National Assembly
to seek a $250,000 loan to
building the palace and an another
other another $250,00 to build s eem eem-.cteryw.
.cteryw. eem-.cteryw. '"--:- t
The i-proposed "palace v would
houi all municipal offices and
. -The Gamblina: Control Board
has- ruled that all gambling
frnmM not one rated hv the gov
ernment are 4efinitely prohibit
ed. These do not include games
like canasta, dominoes, checkers,
rummy, billlarda and chess, the
announcement said,- .;
Wedry U.S: Envoys
Recesses China : ;w
Talk Heads Home
CFAtVA May 18 (UP) U.S.
Ambssjador U. Alexis; Johnson
asked a two month recess In the
lengthy Sino-American talks today
so be could return home for the
first time since the summer of
1355.' .' .' '.' t "'; "';-Joluisoa
Joluisoa "';-Joluisoa i met with Communist
Chinese Ambassador Wang .Ping .Ping-nan
nan .Ping-nan for nly 90 minutes today and
then left U fly to the United States
on routine home leave.
Today's meeing was -the 7th
in the tenes of Sino American
talks on ; the -, release of Ameri
cans -still held in Chines prisons.
whLh 1 c:srnZe .tted
afternoon i- ? merw. -j -
r- v- --'art Giv!rz.
l. ,t' 1 ,' . P"
. JERUSALEM Israel, May 16
(UPy v, Highly-placed Israeli
sources said today that Israel
has acceded; to a request from
President Elsenhower not r to
launch a. test ship through the
Suez. Canal in- the near future.
The sources said that, there
Was nothing to support the sug
gestion ; that Israel's test of
President Gama I Abdel Nasser's
declared determination to main maintain
tain maintain the Canal blocade would be
made "very soon." ,"""
: Official quarters here refused
any specific Information today
on Israel's intentions to send
one of its own ships or Israeli
cargo in a chartered v e s s e
through the waterway. 1
. I v i S p
Amerman "officials here were
believed, to have communicated
to the Israeli government Wash Washington's
ington's Washington's feellnj? that a physical
breakthrough of the Canal would
serve no useful purpose and that
Washington ; favored other
means for settling the Canal
passage prblem:..;.- ..-j:''
RP Girl Pays Fine
i,i .. ' .. 4? .,':''
tit y.ii y 4;vstiaii f rx
"iBrought -brfore i tlia-iBalbOa
MaClstrate's Court today for
trespassing In 'the Balboa Com-I
missary a pretty Panamanian
girl tola tne Juage-.a ;
. "Had I known the new Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower treaty prohibits me from
going in I certainly would not
have'U .'. t:
Said the Judge r : ''This has
nothing to do with, the treaty.
Unauthorized people have been
prohibited for years from shop
ping in the commissary .if they
have no privileges.",
,The v defendant, Norma 'U,
Garces, 25. pleaded not guilty to
the charge. She told the Judge
she went to visit a girl friend
In Balboa who had recently mar married
ried married a Canal employe. When they
decided to go shopping, they
asked her to accompany them
she said. f
The Judge lined her $10. '-.
li Bocan Restaurant oh Direct Route
From Hideaway Beach to Balboa Jail;
-im nnt o-riln to" thaC beach
anv more." said a Panamanian
vnuth today In Balboa Magis
trate's court as ne j unui
led out to atart serving a 10
day jail sentence for trespass
ing in the La uoca resiaurani.
Thcyoutn. jLUIS A. Cameron
and a companlonr Samuel b.
Toral had both been swimming
vesterdav afternoon' at Hiae-
away Beach, he told the Jude.
When they were finished, tney
nl for the W to.
--rn. tan cw-"
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Mouse of CommoriS
a'x- J' x r ' 1 i- f
Little About .-'Teste
LONDON, May 16 (UP) Prime Minister HaroW
Macmiilan said today Britain has succeeded in building
a;fiydroge bprnb .with'' ''Almost .negligible. fall-out."
"At Macmiilan' told the House of Commons that first re-
ports from the Christmas Island test site indicate the ex explosion
plosion explosion of Britain's first hydrogen bomb 'proceeded as
planned" yesterday -j ' r : l-
J' These first reports, he said; indicate that the fall
out has been "almost negligible." 1 ", i'
. Macmiilan refused fo disclose any other details of
the text in spite of a barrage of questions, --
Jhe successful H-bomb test sparked a move by the
opposition Labor Party to block the rest of the series
planned at the proving grounds in the mid-Pacific island,
Macmiilan curtly rejected any
Idea- of, calling off the current
tests.' ';'".'. t '. f
. ; i
' Macmiilan went before the
House to reply to Labor Party
complaints after going ovem the
secret reports from yesterday's
.test --with members of the cabi-
i rli ii i" i "i
A4acmillan aualifiejf hia J
mant about the negligible fall-eui
with a reminder that at this etafle-
ihere were enly areliminery repojti
n the -local tiruation around jht
blatt araa. !.:.?' .;, i vi'
He noted that the explosion
took place at a high. altitude;
The "nuclear device" tested was
dropped by a valiant jet Domo-
er. ;, -.;
"Scientific records are. being
collected for accurate fvalua
tion" Macmiilan said. i
"When these have been re
ceived, I will then consider what
further information I can give
the, House.",;:., -,,;-
Macmiilan spoke In -rtply to
an emergency motion but to
him by Opposition leader; Hugh
oaitsKeii.-' .--:tv. f i
' .' iii i
Da&sed La Boca on their way
iiOnie ana oeclaed to stop In at
the restaurant for a drink of
That's whenV their I irduble
. a Canal Zone policeman whoj
had that area sunder close ob observation
servation observation testified today that
during the 19 minutes he was
standing near the restaurant he
did not see the boys, both 20-
year-old Panamanian,- enter or
leave. t -,-.- ;-y; ..-'
When, he walked int the res restaurant'
taurant' restaurant' he noticed the j youths
who bad no authorization to be
there, and turned them in for
trespassing. v. .fir
Baiboa Magistrate J, ;Deming
asked one of the boys whether
he had noticed the blg sign in
front of the restaurant prohibit-.
unauthorized persons from!
-No, i dJdnt see it," said to to-raL
raL to-raL .. t
"But you're passed there many
times, -your record shows. Didn't
you know the rules?"
-I didn't think lt applied to
drinking water." the defendant
Calderon's mother appeared
in his behalf and Jtold the Judge
she would do everything pos
sible to avoid a repetition.
"They can go to the bearTi in
Bella Vista from now on." she
The- Magistrate told Mr a Cal-
deron that sJthough he leu
sorry for ber, 'snrofcthin? must
be done." He pointed cut that
her son not only has a preriou?
record winch includes vagrancy
and oetlt larcny but now Ir
keeping bad company. The oth other
er other defendant also has a Ion;
rjolice record i.
He ntnrd eath yuth tc
IT AT A Vftai
Atom Plant Blast
UPTON. N.T.J Mar 16 (UP)
A series of chemical explosions
ripped open ar steel testing
chamber at the Atomio Energy
commission s Brookhaven na- i
tlonal laboratory today only 350 :
yards from a scientific meeting
on safety in atomis Installations.
Tke blasts which occurred
during an experiment with ura-
nium, unleashed a spray of cor-'
roslve acid that injured four''
men, one critically. Blx rescuers
wcio uvciuumc uv- acta vapore
whpn t.hv rnsriMl tn aM th In.
Jured men. ,
In a nearby hall. 200 U.S. end
Latin America scientists (includ--
' in four freM Panama! at. the ,.
; five-day Inter-Americen aympetiMna i'
en peaceful anplicatie f naclear. -amrfy
were nnaware ef the ec
eident.'.-'i: '. v...;. .,.', i.V
The scientists were attending
a session devoted to atomic plants
safety at the tirae of the exnkH;
The AEC announced none of
the injuries inrolved nuclear
radiation, although the labpr-
atory t workroom where (tie dl
master. occur ed was "hot," mean' s
ing it contained radioactive ma
teriaJs. . '.
Solon Of Sock
K .-it. ... ...
COLUMBIA. 8. C, Mar 18
(UP)-Rep. WUllam Dobbins tn- ;
troduced a resolution in the the-state
state the-state legislature to require leg
islators "having experience lit
the arts of Judo. rassling.' box
ing and fisticuffs" to insert such
information in the legislative
manual. K,,:.J H.1L
Jit behooves the novice and
lesser skilled members to have
knowledge of such Information
for their protection, toe resoiu
The resolution, prompted by
fist-fight last weei between two
senators.: was riven-a quick one-
two and counted out.
Panama lint Special
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LATIN AMIRICAN SCHOOLS
I am so confused and mixed up by this so-called Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican School situation that sometimes I don't know it I'm go going
ing going or coming. I really would like someone te straighten me
out Can you explain to me wnats reaiiy going on in uie us usual
ual usual Zone colored schools these last days?, Now, they .are orlng orlng-lng
lng orlng-lng in teachers from Panama to teach us by the memorization
method as is done in Panama. Things are now going from bad
to worse. They are getting ready to make parrots or parakeets
out of us. We like the American method of teaching and we
don't want It changed
s How can the School Division be getting rid of good teach teachers
ers teachers 'with Jong years of faithful service supposedly .because they
are not qualified ta Spanish, And then make the opposite and
worse mistake of bringing in teacners wno cani spe Auguau
at all or who SDeak English rather badly? The same way that
they are putting our former teachers through rigid tests in Span Spanish,
ish, Spanish, I think they should put the new teachers through, Just as
rigid tests in English, .,-. v
- They say that our school is supposed to produce bi-lingual
students so I don't see how it is. possible to get rid of one set
for not having command of Spanish and then turn around to
hire another aefc who are very much- worse- off in their ability I
to speak English. How will' we ever be able to qualify for entry r
By VICTOR RIESEL
ft v ;.
. Now don't let anyone get the
fees .ih-t Osv4 1 bee Mpr him him-ina.e
ina.e him-ina.e fMtiMi4i piwir vnijr tut
,tlie : Hi lii ,w. in
ioiia. rle -reveled a ota.d tonus
ot rrarernity by permitting otner
MrtiOn to dirow nioir ciiips on
tne tDi a ne gairtoled tor he
Dl) Ountti. v . h
' ' r I I ( 1
I am now convinced that Broth
er Sci'lUu ii tiuwuitto couu
mg money ana tonecuug strange
sceines or cuuecuuk bu lame
muney oy using other p e o p 4
Mutst schemes ranged from the
crauir to. tue itave iioui etum
mapers wholesale to aiulsting the
meuionai mux cieaieu m ; t uie
memory ot a man wau ran inver
ter ence lor Him. tor many years.
W start with fh lata Ray La La-heiioy,
heiioy, La-heiioy, 9 ana Hntipa surt of'
giant charuD. Wrtan I firt ran
into mm tt Lot Angaiat, ha was
head et a ia-aian puauclty
. 4-Um. Tiim4a. rinllaanrea H4kV iVtACA rtT1ilMrmH AV in t.h 11 Tlrt I.
fW wAin- V tUUW VaWUb)9 UiUVi i ajvikiv ntvjiMAvuAwj ejf
of a plan to keep usout? 1 11
As it is right now, tills "space available" scheme is working
out to our disadvantage by keeping quite a number of our for former
mer former classmates from gaining entry. -. Y'K
To make matters even worse, persons living In Panamanian
Jurisdiction are enjoying the privilege of educational opportuni opportunities
ties opportunities on the Canal Zone andi are helDincr to further, close out
many of us from taking advantage of the already very limited.
space that is available. I don t think that this practice IS lair.
1 These Panamanian residents should, be made, to attend school
In the Republic of Panama in the same manner that these very
people fee,l that persons livrng in Panama should not be permit
ted to buy In the commissaries. ;
What makes the merchandise of Canal Zone commissaries
bad for the various poo and starving families living in Panama
and makes Canal Zone education in .English good for the vari various
ous various members of the rich man's family? If things Canal Zone
are to be denied to persons residing in the Republic of Panama:
then let that rule apply to all persons living there and to all
things Canal Zone Including commissary as well as educational
privileges. They were the ones wno asicea ior at ana anoint
be granted to them with,1 the very strictest Interpretation; pos possible.',,
sible.',, possible.',, '..
Those of us living within Canal Zone Jurisdiction should have
first priority to. the "space available" in the Canal Zone Junior
College, .and let's have our English schools back so that we can
compete more effectively for that available space.
,. Latin Amartcaa High School Student. 4
JUNIOR COLLEGI BIBLE STUDY,
Dear Indignant Parent;
I am surprised'that e peison so IlDerai cm i wrso vBamm TeamtOchief dispatched a special toe reason" is a TahiUan actress was
speclauy surpriseo tnat a "X ,ia J .Wtef.i maraed -ConfidentiaV'i to,nmd Anna CobraiUUsa Kirk's ord
This press posse went, after a-
nyoue wno vwiote even one unfa-
vuraoie line aoout nu iuaiesiy.
ine Wneei- otneiwise Jtnowu
liave isec. neau ot inac iamily
affair knowd as. the Teamsters t-
nion. -' t
Leheney steered ..Beck, into the
proper taaritaoie anu civic cu-
cie and committees ana operated
an expense ccounto ut ot wmcn
wave iJeca paid ie aherferman
some !M4,ouu ior Being a good A-:
niMtcau' W e u aio uicm as oeing i
sort of Knights of the Barter one
savor w anmer,'v s
i Leheney used to argue me into)
numoness aoout iteca and mere
was no-aoupt mat the big fellow
was t Beck's best friend. Leueney
overworked himself in the cause,
serving ou at least 2B union ana ci
vic committees. ; A neart: attack
cut him down,
gain to serve"
died last year
Wa then heard that Beck
. ' i'' ' ' '''" j -l i '
WASHINGTON r-A businessman vork,-former vice -rrccidenf an
of lue u.. uambw tu im"eite entii coiiutei (u American Tele
ar..v mci tasLe ot his own phone and Teh "is nh. -v i
ouugfc ".lueuiCiUtt.' U'Oitf Vdugliiss-i Working wiih Kay are Congress'
man Wayne nays oi unio .tn 0U1-, men Bob Wilson of California
er ua. (John Byrnes of Wisconsin,- Gerald
WUuara J. HUU 01 unCiuau,:roiu ui aiicmgan, jonn icnodes 0
m aa a V' m m m
IMf IX lf I II
In Wen York
MEMOS Of A. GIRL FRIDAY of "Desk Set") come from Mario come' to catch her act at the La-
reui.eieiii.auve w, uie Oflio ,.auy
improvement Association, caued
ou uie Viuo uemoci'ai oh oenau
Of Ohio lnaustnaiists ana cnam cnam-Ocra
Ocra cnam-Ocra oi couiinei'Ce i ure inoie
money than tne budget anows ior
ine rike islauu uaiu. txu waii.eu
to triple tne money in the ouagei
iur h.jov oi tne aam in oraer to
get the aam started sooner.
' loo're tne people w.io are
writing me. tetters about ecoiio ecoiio-my,"
my," ecoiio-my," lepiita wotibra.ktnan rtay
attar listening carefully, "You
are the peepie w.io wa..r to cut
out sewage olispoaal. 1 j want
to cur our an tunas tor ca.tcer
; research and for the cure of
heart disease.- at now you cei.it
along whom something is going
td benefit you and yur co.npa co.npa-nies
nies co.npa-nies and you want the budget in-
; "I'm 'tired of people who want
economy tor -otneis uut more mon
ey .for themselves, continued
ays. I've feot sucks ot mail on
my desk from, your people urging"
rfiioiUi, ana i u voie i o r n
where can. But I'm not going to
cut everyone else and raise you."i
The Pike Dam would replace
three dams on tne onio River
with one uam.r thereby saving na
vigation time to those using the
river, among them Weirton steel,
' Congressman Hays said he fa favored
vored favored the i dam, but did not favor
spending extra money to speed it
- Hull picked up his hat and walk
t 'v j euaii. XLBiian mornr rjir npir it n i timft in Phil 4 c.u .l...
, But he kot up a- Dear WW; Lola Fisher,' under-. ; l,-":.." iTV In the
the master, as fu tudy to Julie Andrews in "Myl Bets Rial? rntiv Avnrt .ir..Ti,r M-. i. Nazi SS
will snow, ind he air way finally confirmed from 6en Kelly may make Home many TV bookm7rVh"7ft..i enne.
in wa ig seam. jy J1 "TH AS??,- Pwmanentome, Loves the wUl keep herout of night clubs for!!?"
' .vui become tne bride of William rirv. nw ... ii i".:vHV V".. W1 Division
BATTLE OF THE BULGE
The battle of the budget. is shap shaping
ing shaping up as a bigger proDlem for
President Eisenhower than t h e
Battle of The Bulge was for Gen
Battle of the Bulge, crack
troops infiltrated tne Ar-
Anzona and Melvin Laird of Wis
consin... V- ;
Wilson was active in Vice PresJ
ident Nixon's previous Campaigns
Rhodes is a water-boy for Arito-
na's Barry Goldwater. nrobahif
the most outspoken anti-Eisenhow
er nepuuiican in me senate.
Curiously, Laird formerly work worked
ed worked "for Wisconsin's Gov, Walter
Koehler, supposed to toe a strong
Eisenhower Republican and
mer critic of the late Senator Mc-
'The existence of this group has
been carefully concealed, not only
from the preis, but from ''modern
itepuqueans. v ,s
Anyone who Wieg .' too closelv
told that the erouo's official fim.
tion is to prepare an expose ofj
the nation's "fiscal policies for!
tne past 20 years."
This research will hi ah nt
Democrat oudgets,. of course,' but!
it is really aimed at the 1 Eisen-I
ihower Ducget and is part of the
iconseryative bid to CaDture oartvl
InntitwAl m. i i
vwmvi m"i .je's moaern: Kepiio
UNHAPPY DICK NIXON
The man caught in W middli
is. vice .jfiesiueut iixon, wlio u
obligkted to defend the Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower ouaget and also hopes to bi
the liberal Republican candidati
for tne presidency in i960,
Wuon, however doesn't want it
antagonize tne powerful Chamoei
of Commerce crowd.
As a result, he nas been doinj
political Contortions, trvintr to koPr
jn botn sides of the budget fense."
y Though he's reported to have
given kecrat aneouraamanf ts
forest during the closing) the conservatives, in all his oub
r t a J a. l VI i m t
ivn ana rouiea e i ivoia nc proneueemems he' has weak
But General F.isenhnw- lv AmnAA h ci.i.......
. ,. .,11.1 -ii vi : w mjium tune .. Anouier entertainer I r.- --. . -v.-, : ...... ...v.r
wui, vnigagQ maustriaust.. m Hoiiywocd's enervattaa temDo.. xnu imi hv.i... i. nTIC er, mougn taKen m surprise, aia, ouagen v- ..v
waB ion Brando was ex-Remember talented Susan Road.' baant. Ann. r..... "mu- not have to cope with, disloyalty
...is t . .... . : i Tfnm mo num vmnns .' i
f!i' In the battle of the budget. Pres-
V 1- lUCUt CillCUllUWCl VIUCX VIVVKUl,
the shakiest season on reci i Our film censor. wnuMnt au.J
then heard that Beck was -"ae arion eanao was ex- Remember talented Susan Reed, beauty Anna Bratzau "M1m
a mighty decent thmg-cre- facted I. back m N.Y after: complet-the folk singer at the Blue Angel? throdite of W' Wtgton'
a Raymond Leheney Memc-f Sayonara- but flew to Hono-Now runs a G'wich Village lamp ,Ja Theatre was the f S cl
una. Onprii u, MX, the r e'l. Pects shop.. Sponsor, mag says" .thiS V. S. debut instead ct New Y
and iamspeciauy lurprimun 1th bousm 'lettef.lmaraed Confidential,". to,"4 'Anna Cobrait-Lisa Kirk's ord for network TV shows. Of iti the epUode "& which t she bathea a
would call any religious group, they oUsagree with, poUy RPUers- fficialg cr0M country, in town Appears at the CBS event sponsored programs 39 were can- W'Sue?.l.
Nurses, laboratory f e h r
This seema an ienorant and narrow point ot View,
I am also surprised that person of such lofty Ideals should
be afraid of what your daughter might learn by attending a!, death and added: I
voluntary Bible study group at noon hour ana not ouring any.
classroom period. In many .-parts of JJie Statea theX have -"R-p
jeaaea lime religious training ourmg' sur mvui wu
Ui uioie stuay you reier to was not uuiui m;iiuw nvmo.
I am even more surprised that a person calling themselves
Presbyterian would be against freedom of religion and be instru instrumental
mental instrumental In having this Bible Btudy group closed down. -u
t. Swrprlsed Iplaeopaliae.
Beck exniained that Lenenev hadl"1 the Waiuort tonight. Hat. a re-celled. Of 34 new shows onlv
beea -seriously ill for years bdore!M,Qhg. ajbum deai too. ;Lord survived. Next Fall will unveil 42 Colony: XUa Ferradav Tin whkeiof to Treasury George Humph-
a uici aaiiu ciiaaiiiiiKaa mvra ksim n ii aai uai n i a i siir miT pgnr.enfl.tna uammiiAani
Meved to b. ?ttJXlEXSl& lead ? WTS ITtZ? lS!
ident Eisenhower's chief
is disloyalty from within his own
ranks. -: -vh k r,i-i
He has trouble not only with his
15 Sight that fascinated me- at '&mfJFM officer, -Seeretary
and peratiens -taft him in tan
frem a v satisfactory financial
aencitlon. .(We are seeking to
raise money) tn the form of' a
trust fund, 'administered ever
the years, te guarantee to Ala
wite-arv4- tnr year eid daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, paace, bappiness and the
child's education. .
"We want this subieet to be
kept In the utmost sontioence
and wa want fraternity to ac actuate
tuate actuate any contributions. .1 will
sincerely appreciate your per personal
sonal personal attention te this. ."
Tne unionuts re ponded gener
ously., some gave oOO; some gave
as much as tl.uoo. The fund came
to w.uuu. oui even in death Ray
couidu t change Beck.
For last Friday we learned that
Beck, bad actually been so
too new dinner suit, features beli
I am very glad to see the interest that has been expressed
In the subject that has been labeled "Religion in the Junior
College." It is a rather difficult subject to pass Judgment on.
but it la Important enough to compel us to face the issue Hon Honestly.
estly. Honestly. 'c .,.; :
The assemblage of students on a college' or university
campus for religious purpose has more significance than simply
that of one "eager" group trying to win converts froroA another.
The college age is an age of decision not only in regards to the
choice of a Dfe's work, but also in reards to the -choice ct a life's
philosophy. v .' ;
For the greater part most young people first begin to think
j accp uiouHUts wneo lacj cmei i,liic. mtj vi u n-i
, 1 ot setting out in Ufa on tneir own, ana ior tne iirei ume uiey
suro being treated as adulta. ...
As a result they are often exposed to thoughts and attitudes
which are quite shocking to the faith in which they were nurtnr nurtnr-a
a nurtnr-a ed in tlielr home and church. No longer does the word, of Mom
) and Dad and the minister convey the sense of certainty to them
that it previously did. and they go elsewhere for reassurance.
1 Now the word of the faculty and the. textbook and the attl-
t tDde of others their own age has as much significance as all the
- J Influences that have gone before. No longer are they content
l to accept without reason, what has been taught them before.
1 They must see what others believe and see whether or not their
laitn will stand the test. v . ;
For many their faith does not stand the test. For others
It Ioes, and -often It doea because of such a religious student
organization as was recently banned at the Junior College. In
' auch an oreanlzatlon atudenu are able to share ideas, experiences.
aspirations, and doubU with otber of like mind without ortf se mey wlri w U l i n i to
ot ridicule or rebuke. Jnv. him th.
Ther are able to invite whomever- they ,wlah to speak to j$U,00fr less than the full face val-
ii-waa ao wahappy about a N Y,;oM.'KOthe movie studio is trying torn lroumi. ;7i.7,
ta .flemale) tic's comments to get Cary.GrantK t I 7
kt-she planned' a scene if they --r ...;.: i "ii)
t;LiCrite'a''Mmmuniau ;-iaA'i-ZM-XMahor nana voii will1 ''
peuea, ur m a buca on every!"18 nusoana left her a 'million
move that he and a friend made
a nitty protit.even, on' tne memo
This .is how ho did it. Beck
heard of some juicy mortgages
waicn weie woru- aooui Sbi.oou
This more or less matched the
figure raised by otner unions for
the wiaow Did he go out and buy
a good mine ior tne widow of his
late best friend? You bet not
First he simply took some 171.
000 from Teamster Union funds.
Then, in bis own name and the
prise announcement ..Lauren Ba-jbeceuse he feared he was
mei. ia wiucs commumq,ue xaA Zia Zsa Cabor hopes you will
tt.rLr:,:rS me bunk, about her al- Patrick" Allen is the sod of The
, ww wu. legecuy current iove.. sne says marcmoness of Downshire.- He's
Eugene Q'Nem', heir. P jS Wr toTw
3,000 a week fromv "Long Pay's1.. Dr. Re Ross, long time itemed Santai'S cascSlVauXn
Journey and "Iceman Cometn.,with Merle Oberon, has been Us.!Poo e but iht T British Ejeheoue?
They -will eet double that ...m i. t.iii. inn,ihi T". Jrr. .r?a8.n .JE??neluer
"New irl in Town" survive Th. hue he.ntv in ."Sort s.eir". i t-I..i u.:ra';tIur ner yage
olavwriaht d.- h. TTZirjZZ 111 Vi "r-.Tr. ? '"irL BUl unromantic
P.f ichree and 1 do'n "7d BoTroVp" TXWZSXttfE? ffli-TSZ
Patrice Methn ara back in Lon-marriage plans. But Hear it, write a missive about it to "He?
SfsnV!? ay together might take place in July ..Tha As-Msjesty If it's skewns Voi
10 bpilll. lAott if fove tn.n Inr Thotr. mininr IS .riiMl1...! k-.. .il. ,ewl".. y.o u
That Sammy Kay. getrbisTamitwd
hnked with more widows than any soon .. Newspsper stories tn at lies who rnsdi rTh. si.i itii
oooy. his istest band holding was Buster Keston's in want are base- ter's last issue -..," i
. v vnu witn cmca-iess. ue savea ms tor tne rwneei-, ; , t'.T," it
so s sirs. Helen vfeoper. whose chair days" loni aeo
rey, but r.ank-and-file Republicans
supposed to ugnt for mm.'
Jt's supposed te be a strict so'
' cret," but the Republican j C o n n-grasilonal
grasilonal n-grasilonal committae has attval-
ly hired a research director,
rtarkey aeiter, te right agamst
Hie Eisenhower budget. His fob
is to dig out facts and figures
aimed at undercutting-the budg budget
et budget submitted by the head f the
Republican Party. 'Yet he Ispald
by one segment of the Republt-.
can Party, by Republican mon money
ey money raised by Republicans te.
keep Republicans In office. '
It is unprecedented for this mon
One of the most significant as
pects of the budget Dattle is th
way business and regular Repub
licans have been wonting togetner
The U.S. Chamber of Commerci
scneouied its- annual meeting u
tiasiungan at a time wnen its
memoers could swarm over Cspi
tot Hill buttonholing Congressmet
to cut (be budget., jiney aid an ef effective
fective effective job-':
When General ; Eisenhiowei
fought ihe, Battle ,of; The ; tiuigi
he was able to throw in t r o o p i
from the continent' of Europe, e
ven rush extra- divisions from thi
USA;,. :V M.
vBut in the battle of the budgel I
u r uc oaa oeen aoie to u s I'
only his own White House staff
plus his own voice.
With a few exceptions, Republi
can Congressmen aren't bactlml
them cm- their interpretation of the scriptures and other impor
tant subjects. They are able to plan their own recreational
activities to their own liking.
Th net result Is that they are able to work out in a unique
way a meaningful and satisfying pattern of Christian thought
and life for tnemselves. t .... t
It is difficult to substitute the church or borne for a campus
.setting for auch an organizatlon,.'for in the mind of the student
the university is the summationof all knowledge, and if he can
aolva his problems there, he bell eves he really ha them solved
tor good. -'..-- -j- ,-
In a cay when we are concerned about the loss of moral
Btandards and a vitalizing faith In Ood, I would think we would
welcome any movement among students, to further integrate
their faith with their academic life and to gain a broader con concept
cept concept of other religious viewpoints.' v? r
If other religious groups of students want to have similar
organizations, it should be their privilege. No harm win cogne
If the movements originate In the students themselves. Let the
Junior College institute the necessary regulations to govern the
activities of these organizations just as it has seen fit to govern
"the activities of other extra auricular student organisations
Separation of church and state is all well and good, but let
' tu not enforce a campus life which excludes all mention of the
leaning of Christianity In the students' thoughts and Hves.
-i t BXi
Henry Silva Of the 'Hatful nt B.in- Tf vmi nin It thin wi it mav 1 w..(m,..'r.'
film and Nancy, Berg are a Berg bring the man to his senses. One.The attracUve blond hostess 01 01-Deal.
Deal. 01-Deal. -j-; ' of the-most famous of ..the ,sUent!ga Hochmsn. She was a Sgt, of
, ium comcyiaas ymn A.eauini u uie isrseu fouce at Tel Aviv for S
v20 ?.,HiUBke a man ,AddVew
.r- vi ui ; wevee Aiuutuo. nn raiuuu is uuuu-romancestnict; Martin (of Row.
films (especislly when you. own hg a collection of erotica. Takeslsn and Martin and Ann Lorraine
umu. mo rcaiauaisr maae money nuaes ana otner pictures oi care-. tne vocauure with Chaa Sniv.k.
m vh la Irnn .ln U..1..1.1 t .1 ... ,.1U.. I .T
-,.y iicti. jB.ijune .latieis auu uiey ,n iiiuii nana, iney re on tne trsnsatlan trsnsatlan-Plant.
Plant. trsnsatlan-Plant. .Widow of aocietv'a Philin .hont It nnenlT Thanks to Wm ,iv 7" Jl
- "- u a t c urtYXf uiv Riuijra. runu ta w in Lu xayior. uust wear a brace
ended their six yesr msrriage. rcher. Paid us $100 a ticket for 5 st all Umes.. Arthur Vining DavU
She filed a separation action, a- sests to Bert Lahr's "Psradiso." 90,, is failing is. health.. He has BOO
J"" inyroccaiie- iM mr..wt nas aonateo a young million, dollars and no heirs. Some
asms :of a friend, he bought Jtbe r.Z tZa V i u V!ar..tmQl,M 71" p"fBO'.-.r. .w au PPny (purchased for mil
mortgages. Mortgage sellers needier0 D,p!:Iv J.tllmaTne McLaughlin (dancer in "Lilfcons) is be ine sold at a fraction
r T u r uu nuu i luuuww vw iojiiidi uie cost, wnen ne dies, it will
i-i?j-Tiic5r ,ToLSoo5 Pub- Rtm friends thst she will wed In stsrt one of the biggest legal fights
J"ho.- Holt The. firm .Is owned June. He is Jsmes Sswyer .."Theji norids history .. Msrilyn Mon Mon-b?1SllBAvch',on
b?1SllBAvch',on Mon-b?1SllBAvch',on Tm,. oneBed BaUoon- at the Fine Arts is roe isn't the only actress to chsnge
wi xv iiuni inou ut uie worm so auoa ire seen ii twice. tn ne hmhiM', uiiniv..,
'Tboa -roses, Sandra Stevens I f s aa b,k. nn r.mii .v-
ew i u ui viucanv rei sium raiu rase pnonea. wouia you. Yeur Cin Friday.
y to be used sgainst a Republican for him. They are' afraid first, hi
rresment. ;; ".-.. v,
j In sddition, right-wing- Republi Republican
can Republican Congresmen have set up -a
super-secret task force to bsttle
against their own President.
. Heading the secret task force is
Congressmss JohnRsy of New
might change his mind regardinj
the budget and leave them out oi
a lib. r econd, cutting the budg
et is too popular at home. Third
Ike has not gone to bat for those
like Senator Wiley of Wisconsin
who have gone to bat for him. fj
Can you invest a
01 MOM A
e baud aa estate, er acenaaalan i..
boy sa imereai ia fl imrir.n lAitn.t
' ) M7 Haeaal Peeds have alaas ae aid yee ieyeat,
as little or as aaocfe as yow wiaa ea a sysaaeMxic beats.'
ITDEHATED PLANS, Inc.
Tr rTsf-l Feng CenUr
Pt t r -' P.. P. TH. Pan. Y'M
ue or the 171.000 be bad taken
from the union treasury. .- ;
Now be and his pal owned the
mortgages on ,30-odd homes. The
tenants paid him some 110,000
ver a period of time. So If you
figure it out, tha face value of the
mortgages was sow reduced to
$71,000 and Beck had made a ten
grand plus profit.
Then Beck simply turned te the
Raymond Leheney Memorial Fund
on which Mrs. Leheney was count
big to see her through ber dsys.
He spoke te the trustee of tit
nino a man named Dave ; Beck
He was hs trustee from the first
day be wrote letters to o t e r s-
nions asung ior money.
Aa Dave leek, reel estate e
perettr,x he ee4ar Dove Beck,
Memorial Pe"d trwetee, the
merfages fer $7101. The Fund
rew had the mertfaaea. Beck
, and Kia sal had e sweAt ef mere
thee tee erend.
1 And. of course, Beck thee bad
the dough to. replace the cash ia
Uie Teamters Unioa Fend. Se the
Teamsters had their money with without
out without interest of course. And the
only oats wbe made money out
ef the eririaal Bum eeetributed by i
ether anions te Ray's widow and
bis memory, were Beck and sis
"hes tbia eews broke Istt rri rri-itj,
itj, rri-itj, eoe of Ue ATL-ClO's top of officials
ficials officials telepboned snotser bmg dis dis-tanre
tanre dis-tanre and erp)oded:
"Ttis maa will dip into a a y y-u
u y-u 't Ha a trsrary to e gave."
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THURSDAY. MAY IS. 1557
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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" By ERSKINE JOHNSON
. HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly-
. woodites, are talking about: Tab
:' Hunter's burning yen for French
, actress Etchika Choureau. .Slur
i ley Temple's return to the career
path next season as TV host-nar
rator" In a series oi zu one :
... dramatic-musical fairy tales,
Eddie Fisher sending Lewis
Hniivwood barber, air-
lintftotc in I.as VeBaS tO CUt
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:iiLi W. SU-1.
840 kcs., Manama Uty
v1090 Kcs., Colon
TtAepnones: Z-3066 fanama
' 1063 Colon ,'
his hair for the opening of the Tror, now for "Paris. Holiday," with A.L
picana Hotel. Inita Ekberg. ,:
The latest names penciled" in
for the roles of "Min end Bill"
in MGM'i forthcoming telefilm
seriesGrade Field and Chill
Wills. . Shirley Jones getting
the break she's geen- waiting for
since "Oklahoma" and '.'Carou '.'Carousel"
sel" '.'Carousel" the load opposite singer
Pat Boone- in -an untitled film
musical slated for .June shoot shooting.
Today, Thursday, May 1'
j-nn nvtattirtt. Review I'
, 4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-
-, quests tas.en oy pnvi
. till 3Mr ; lu
' 1 S i 35 What's 1 Your' F p r I
e:00 Allen Jackson Commen Commentary
tary Commentary (WRUL) ","
f:15 ;BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
T' REVIEW (Pabst Beer) -i-
6 :3 Telephone Hour iWRUL
- 7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report From US.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
- SO-Take It From Here
' 9:00 You Asked For It (re (re-v
v (re-v quests taken by phone
. 10:30 Music From .Hotel El Pan-
, ama.w -10:4S
TemDle Of Dreams
1 11:00 Concert Under JTbe Stars
i 12:0O sign oil.
Tomorrow1, Friday, May .11
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
; Club (requests taken
. by phone till 1:00
7 : 30 Morning Salon concert ...
' 8:15 Chur&Tln The Wildwood
8:30 Musical Reveille c ',tr
9:00 News r.1 t i
i' 9:15 Sacred Heart V
' 9:30 As I See It ti
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N A t
K-y'5.-cutex and Odorono) k v
10:05 Spins, and" NeedlesNre NeedlesNre-,
, NeedlesNre-, quests ii taken by
Mickey Braddock, who stars in
"Circus Boy on TV, working i as
a bus boy at s Hollywood's Mar Marquis
quis Marquis restaurant beween films; Her
dad owns the place.
That sign stuck in the lawn at
CBS-TV: '." -'-' .-
"Please do not-Dull the flowers,
We want them to grown big .-. and
beautiful like yourself. -'
MICKEY ROONEY and his E
laine putting their .shaky ..mar-
riaee back on No-Trouble ; street
Silvers was aken by. the dice
at Las' Vegas. Five figurer worth,
it's said.: ,.-Tak -r that .either
June Allyson or Penny Singleton
may replace Ann Sotbern in the
"Private ; Secretary" TV,.' series.
Ann checked out ."pleased as can
be she, said,; after a money row.
Kapid Kooert Hope xn fans
. By OSWALD JACOB Y
Written for NEA Service
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' Opening lead Q ;
j Today's hand convexted.a. cOTi
-South-could, aee not scientific
way to bid hu hancu His partner
could have a minimum no-trump
with the right cards and seven
spades be a lay uown. His part
ner could nave a maximum no
trumo with the wrong cards and
five- spades, be unmakable.
South also knew that If he
tried to bid scientifically he
would probably wind up by tell
ing nis opponents wnat to open.
He tnereiore aecu
and simply leaped
. It was tough luck that West
had a natural opening lead of
the queen of diamonds and that
the defense cashed two diamond
tricks before South could get in.
If South had been using the
JTB he would have, responded
with two hearts. This would be
the spade transfer and in spite
of only holding two spades North
I would have bid two of that suit. 'life and leisure time than I was
'l rrv.jir,. CrnW V. nna It.yvift. a KIm 4a in).. . l. i
eel to aix spades. East would ha ve i
teen on lead since Norm would vWASHTNGTON-Armv -A.lst-
GrouchomMarx's quotes to tave
nautman in uauy variety:
"I'm the last of a dying race
the onty one who gives away
lesi than $1,000 every v week.
Most of the quit shows are
fading because people are get
ting tired of money unless it s
Merle Oberon. headed for mar
riage with a medic, saying ."My
marriage will come first. I'llwork
oniy- w&en l have the. lnclina
tion.I' u.'v ,' a
' Betta St- John, i the H anna
laia gu-i., at Tsoutn racuic,"
signing a movie contract rir Eng-
iana wun me itank Organization
ihe s married o singer Peter
jgrant, has two children anl lives
in ixnaon. '
Sophia Loren's reported expo exposure
sure exposure in the opning scene of '"Boy
on a Dolphin." The s t u d i o's
claiming it will create a furor
surpassing J ene Russell's cleav cleavage
age cleavage in "The Outlaw."
Dick Lone, husband of the late
Suzan Ball, and his second wife,
Mara Cordav. slated .for a tnrir
visit in October. Onlv a few
weeks ago they were separated for
a lew aays. ;
jack WEBB'S decision to file
for a California divorce after Dor
othy Towne wins a Mexican -.de-
ciee. me propeny setuement '- is
all signed but the figures don't
ua up.w wnat sgt. Friday, had
to pay June London. I
Kuss Tamblynf became a Pvt.
Tamblyn in Uncle Sam'sArmy
ui nyiu-.u rrea Astaure's fre frequent
quent frequent dates with Barrie Chase,
daughter of writer Borden Chase.
First doll he's escorted more than
once since the death of his wife,
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
U:0O News ..: ,
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12:30-Sweet And Hot ; ;
1:15 Music or Mannattan tw
t'. 1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers :.J,
V 1 1:45 Songs-of France (
. 2:00 Tex Beneke Show-
: 2:15 Freddy Martin Show.
v. 2:30 The Virginians v
. 3:00 Hank S now And ( Hlsi
j 3:15-H2mmy Kaye Show;.,
. 3 :30 Music For Friday
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ff:30 Nes 'V ,.: t y
8 :3 wnat-s your J a v r 1 1 e
8:00 Allen Jackson ; mnmen
tary (WRUL) f; -..
Dick Powell's reconciliation gift
to June Allyson a white sedan.
Separationsv sometimes pay in
Movietown. Red S k "e 1 1 o n's
comment about a ; chorus girl
wearing tight blue 'jeans:
"She has clothestrophobia."
- Trick name overlooked by the
young actor 'crop: ."Mai Nutri Nutrition.
tion. Nutrition. Y i 's, -,i
ALEXIS SMITH (alrwfl (ni,!..
in the Fox telefilm seriea "Mnthbr
is a jresnman." it's slated for
next fall viewing; m .ErnMt
nine's announcement t h a t he'll
iar nimseu tor bis own company
in "The Pincho- Villa Storv.
The current cycle of horror mn.
rra uue un ineaier screens fh th
Inext few weeks The1 plot of one.
vm. ,iuo cai ui, iff UOUE an
advance human from a n n t h or
planet who- arrives to check the
eann as "a nossibie. smtr 'af MnnA
i n iMMiiei' meir; wno are JUD'
ning."soit from a-disease that e,-
puiaie uieir oiooa. Bound like
writers are running short of plots.
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NOT A TEXAN Despite his 353? pounds and ability to polish
off more than four dozen eggs, Albert Cote hails not from Texas
but Maine. The 41-year-old state representative challenges all
- comers to an egg-eating contest any time before Easter 'Sun 'Sunday,
day, 'Sunday, April 21 with Maine eggs, of course, .,-" ;
Segregationist Kasper Plans
To Carry Fight To Nfv York
Red-blooded plots naturally.
MEMPHIS. Term. Wavne V.
Baker, from his hosDltai bed art.
Hpnfai, LSer tte,nf tun8 e head 20
aned to'S Inades ltlmTes by a swarm tony be"
-hPei thJPwt -I don't blame them for.: be-
ing mad. i ; was breaking up
their home, and I guess I'd have
done the same thing.f T; r
HOLLYWOOD Jack Webb,
the figt. Friday of TV fame, on
aivorcing nis second wire, ae-
tress uoroiny Towne:-' ;
"She Insisted on more social
KNOXVILLE, May 16 (UP)
White Ciuzens Council leader
John Kasper said today he plan
ned to carry his fight for "white
race ; integrity"! to new xorx
Stat, but said) he. refused a rer
quest ta. neaa anoraer oi me
Ku Klu Klan' there. i
Kasper. 27. who was convited
here last year of fomenting ra
cial strife at nearby cunton,
said he refused an invitation by
E. L. Edwards, imperial wizard
of the Ku Klux Klan. to head a
New York State Klan order.;
ul want nothing to do with
Edwards," the former Green Greenwich
wich Greenwich Village bookseller said.- "I
am auspicious of anyone" who en.
tered the nationalist fight aft
er 1954." He branded Edwards a
"newcomer to. the segregation
crusade" arid added that if Ed Edwards
wards Edwards Is "a sample of resistance,
the South WU1 be. totally inte-
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gxa-tea.,- ,..-. ., s
, n Kasper said Je was. ncr'ytH
Kan 6thBr Arab -ountrtes. 'espe
cially Saudi rabiai"
senhower on warning that ma
terial cuts in defense spending
would be a fearful gamble:
"I have seen unwise military
cuts before. I have seen their
terrible consequences.' I am
Setermined tq do all I can to
ee that we do not follow that
foolhardy road again.", V
member ef any Klan organisation.
'l am interested in twe er three,"
lie stid, listing "Bill Hendrina's
, Southern Knights of the KKK," a
. predominately" Florida group, und
fAsa" Carter's- original KKK Con Con-fadcracy."
fadcracy." Con-fadcracy." Cirttr campaigns thief thief-ly
ly thief-ly in Alabama. "; x';.'''
Kasper said if Carter and
Hendrlx were "interested in ev-
tendlng" their groups, he
"might!' launch a New York
movement, "probably a White
Citizens Council to begin with."
Kasper said he had already or
ganized white supremacy move
ments in the East in "some Ivy
Kasper. added he "had many
requests to come to California"
to organize white citizens coun
cils groups,: "but right now, I'm
more Interested in the Eastern
Seaboard." He heads the Sea
board White Citizens Council
and various' branches In -Ten
Edwards spoke at a cross-
burning rally t Clinton1 1 a-stl
week' at witicn 1 tifnr.Kti5r)ef reH
portedly was "chased from the
grounds.'- However, the segrega
tionist said he "left of his own
accord and. most of the crowd
Kasper is awaiting an appeal :
decision to the U.S. Sixth Cir
cuit Court of, Appeals, Cincin
nati, from a, one-year prlsouj
term in connection with disor
ders at integrated Clinton Hleh
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1:15 BLUff RIBBON SPORTfil !f?fS, f'L 'm ko-- on the temporary suspension of
toir.- 7i,5. rV .-i s-montn enlistments for active
! opened one of his aces. If he sel- nserv trsdnins'
ected the diamond ace ne wouia. ,.Th. hrnm h1. -ii .:
make that trick. If he selected J.h 5rmfl" wf?Tn
, i.,k ... 4mi.f n,m,M balled... we Jiave achieved in
trump in dummy and eventually fonths what was expected
discard dummy's diamonds on'"1 months. ,.:N"V,
the fourth heart and on tlie club,. .-L, ,utT "'
king. v- ' I BAGHDAO,' Iraq King Saud
Ml East opened sv heart 6r- ot Saudi Arabia on his formal
trump, declarer would draw i visit to King Felsal of Iraq:
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7:30 VOA Report From UA
1:00 Music By Roth
:30-JBhort Story Theater
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trumps, discard one diamond on
the long, heart and .still make
six. i x.-
"My feelings are that should
anything happen to harm Iraqi
,lt would have repercussions In
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Jjjocial and sth
I MISS CAROL MARIE O'HAYER The engagement of Miss
Icarol Mane OUayer. lormer Atlantic Sider, to Mr. Jimmy
Carlton West of Lakeville., Miss, has been announced. Miss
O'Hayer Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William E. O'Hayer
who are now living in Canoga Park, Cal.
PUBLIC INVITED TO ATTEND GALA CONVENTION
DANCE AT AMERICAN LEGION HALL SATURDAY
J The American Legion, Department of the Pn" Canal
Zone Is inviting the general public to attend the Annual
Convention Dance which will be held Saturday at the Amer American
ican American Lesion Club, Ft, Amador.
5 An outstanding floor show will highlight the evening.
There will be no advance sale of tickets. Admission of $1.09
!per person may be paid at the door.
Inudlev's new 10-piece orchestra oWained lor, the show, are, T r e
JRU251m-BSL mL for danci-l world famous, -'GuUeftberg Ptfi'
itfc from 8 p;m.to the wee hours
.A h. mnrninff Amons Some UI
thf outstanding professional talent
Army & Air Force
Offers invitation to bid
Ft. Kobbe Tailor
For further1 datails, call"
in person at the
i BWdg. Nr. 154 Ft. Clayton
ky, Joe, and Hilda. This outstand-1
ing comedy team was lormaiy
associated .with tile Kingling
Brothers circus and is passing
through on its way to Mexico. They
recently completed a month's en engagement
gagement engagement at the El Panama Ho
tel. Also appearing on this star
studded program will be Manta
and Waler Eston who will per per-lonn
lonn per-lonn tiie exciting and daring Thief
of Bagdad acrooatic routine and
'have been presented in some of
the most famous night clubs in the
daughter, Carol Marie, to, Jimmy
Carlton West, son of Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. West, of Leakesville, Missis Mississippi.
sippi. Mississippi. L
The bride-to-be was born on the
Canal Zone and attended Cristo
bal Elementary and Junior High
Schools. She will graduate from
Canoga Park High School this
June. Prior to his move to Calif
ornia last year, the groom-elect
attended Jones County Junior Col College,
lege, College, in Miss. No date has been
set for the wedding, i
'The O'Hayer family resided ? on
the Atlantic side till 1953, during
which time Mr. O'Hayer was a ci civilian
vilian civilian employe with the Navy at
Coco Solo. He is now a Senior In
spector Construction Engineer
with the City of Los Angeles. v
Cristobal Woman's 1
Club Gives Ptspedida '
The Cristobal Woman's Club
gave a Bon Voyage cotfee party
on Monday,' in the Red Cross
rooms in Cristobal to honor three
members who will soon pel leav
ing the Isthmus to make their
homes in the States, ine guests
of nonor were Mrs. A. C. Bullock,
Mrs. H. G; 'Xryoet and Mrs. U. b.
Zimmerman. Beiore presenting
the nonorees with their gifts, Mrs.
Wm. Graoy gave a brief history
of their club -work.
Alemuers and Inends attending
the cottee were: Mesaames O. E.
Jorstanu, P. ti. fiat, Uiga Roe,
R. A. iort,'JH. U. MacAuiay, b
S. Kidd, Win. Graay, ti. W..iiubei
li. E. McCleUaua, T. G. Reli
ban, K. L. Ueakins, J. H. Leach,
S. L. Craig, E. S. Waid, L. V.
Mackenzie, A. Metzgar, J. F.
iueeiun, l. L a w a o n, Wm.
Brooks. R. Allan, E. Orr, W. W
Patton, N, Hutchingson, K. Hearn,
G. Koih, A. McLean, A. Logan,
A. L. Wilder, M. f. Dunn, Louise
SmaU, E. W. Millspaugh, K. &oe
nig. A. T. Wilder and Ji. Borden.
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From the local talent angel, the!
lornDreaa i wins wiu present
some of the best comedy singing
beard in these parts for a long
time. This team was featured on
the T.V. show, Grand old Opery
every Saturday night NBC. In or order
der order to. round out this' fine pro program.
gram. program. Panam's foremost pianist,
Dolores will also appear.
Return To States
Mrs. Florence W a d m a n and
Mrs. Conrad Boecker. who have
been house guests of the Rev. .and
Mrs. Roger H. Greene of Ancon,
are leaving today to return to
their homes in Philadelphia. Mrs.
Waldman. who has been here for
several months, is Mrs. Greene's
mother, and Mrs. Boecker, who
arrived two weeks ago to be pres present
ent present at the ordination of the Rev.
hRoaer Greene, is Mrs. Green's
Dern Thorn it
Of Honorary Society
J. E. Dorn Thomas has been -lected
to membership of Phi Kap Kappa,
pa, Kappa, Phil senior honorary society
at the;-Georgia Institute of Tech Technology!
nology! Technology! .v.
- Dorn is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Thomas of Balboa.
Members are chosen on the ba
sis of scholastic standing bandlead-
ershin Qualities. Mr. Thomas was
also recently elected a member of
Mr. and Mrs. William E. O'Hay O'Hayer
er O'Hayer of Canoga Park California have
announced the engagement of their
Eta Kappa Nu, honorary electric
al engineering society.
' Mr.' Thomas is a member of the
school hand, the Veteran's Club,
and the honorary societies of Kap
pa Kapp Psi (band) and Phi Eta
Sigma (freshman scholastic). He
is president of the Georgia Tech
Newman Club and Table Manager
for the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity
He is a senior in electrical engi
BUYING FIRST TICKETS Rear Admiral Clarence L. C.
Atkeson, USN, Commandant, i5tn Naval District, buys the
first tickets to be sold In connection with this year's Navy
Relief Drive, from Mrs. Walter Landis- (left), and Mrs. John
Andrew, Shown behind Atkeson, is the 195? Chevrolet I?el-Air
Station Wagon, which along with other prizes," will be given
away to the holder of the lucky tickets. Tiqkets may be ob obtain
tain obtain from members of the Navy Wives Clubs, and from many
. local Naval personnel, at $1.00 each.1
(Official U.S. Navy Photograph)
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Oh 11ifh Birihday :
' GATE CITY. Va.. May 16 (UP)
Hundreds of well-wishers will
travel ui to the mountain home
of Civil War veteran, John Sailing
near here today to congratulate
him on his lllth birthday and pre
sent him with a 111-pound cake.
It will be the biggest birthday
celebration the old warrior1 has
ever had, according to those who
are planning it, A motorcade of
more than 100 automobiles w i 1 1
leave Gate City to go tojthe cere
mony, hear a rendition of ''Dixie'
and listed to speeches.. v
"General" Sailing, one of three
surviving Civil war' veterans In
tt. ..ill f.lcn
quested summer-weight Confeder
uvs uui.uiju. inui Bicinuj taut.
him f uite't Confederate soldiers
were not issued.summer uniforms;
Bags of congratulatory messag
es, sent from throughout the Unit United
ed United States, were also to be taken
to him, including one from the
White House and another from Vir
ginia Gov. Thomas B. Stanley, a
spokesman for the celebration
said. v 4'
Sailing, born May 15, 1846 only
a few hundred yards from his
present home, has lived his full
life, within ScOtt County here in
the mountains of, southwest Vir
ginia. Serving in the Civil War
as a. teen-age boy, he never got
more than 30-miles from his
home and never, saw a battle. He
spent the war1 digging saltpeter out
of caves near here for Confeder
ate gunpowder as a private in the
Army of Virginia.
In a move to create certain
necessary and important depart
ments of the Improved Benevo
lent and Protective Order of Elks
of the World, Mike L a z a r u s,
grand district deputy for the Re
public of Panama and Canal
Zone, recently made the following
appointments; Federico Hawkins,
director of public relations. Hec
tor Connor, director of education
and Rolanao Gittens, director of
Hawkins is an accountant for
the Colon Free Zone, an officer of
the Colon Fire Department, and
a member pf the Tigers' Club.!
Cannoj,4is, managerowner of the
Dumber Model School, president
of the Atlantic side Panama Ca
nal Retired, Employee Association,
ana. a uuon councilman.
Gittens holds a responsible po position
sition position with the Fuerza y Luz Co..
in Panama City.
At a meeting held two Sundavs
ago by. Lazarus, he presented the
newly-appointed directors to a
group of his staff officers and
Aside from the directors, the
meeting was attended by district
officers Claude Mottley, Albert
Lambert, Edgar Peart, Gilbert
Gibbs, Charles Russell, Lyman
- Each aotlee for inclusion in this
column should be submitted in
typo-written form and mailtd to:
tho box number listed daily in.'So in.'So-ciil
ciil in.'So-ciil and Othorwisa," or-deliverod
kv hsid to the office. Noticos of -meeting
' cinno; bo accepted by
Unity Lodge No.' 1084, I.B.P.OE.
will hold a special session at the
Paraiso Lodge Hall on Saturday,
for the initiation of candidates.
Session wyi begin at 7:30 p.m.
VJCni to SA
A'one-voiume work on the ex
citing "Golden Age" of piracy
written by an experienced sailor
who has himself prowled through
the most lnaccesible areas oi the
Caribbean that were the haunts
of the great buccaneers, is a-
mong the books placed In circu
lation tnis ween by tne canal
In "The Age of Piracy." au
thor Robert i Carse has recerat-
ed an age of rampant indivi individualism
dualism individualism filed, with hazards and
treachery ion all sides. Much of
the material ; presented has
never before appeared In English.-,
The complete list of new books
and their authors announced by
the Library follows: -Non
- fiction u Phrenology
Da vies; An International Econ Economy.
omy. Economy. Myrdah Success with Your
Money. Changing Times; Mam Mammals,
mals, Mammals, Zim; Handbook of Broad Broadcasting,
casting, Broadcasting, Abbot; Guided Missiles
In War and Peace, Parson; Rais
ing Fur-Bearlntr Animals, Pat
ton; Simplified Masonry Plan
ning : and Building, Dalzell:
Masks and Magic, Riley; Boswel
in Search of a Wife, Boswell;
The Walls Came Tumbling
Down, Roosenbursr : Lincoln
Finds a General, Williams.- w
Fiction- Tender is the tKnifel
Buchanan; The Wapshot Chro
nicle, Cheever: Behold, We Live
Dumcomb; The j3ase of the
Lucky Loser, Gardner; The Be Believers.
lievers. Believers. Giles: Othneil .Jones
Leand: Warden of -the n flmoke
and Bells;, Llewellyn; Manhunt,
Mackenzie, Tne Loving Ey
Sansom. v ,, ..
Added to the Panama Collec
tion The Age of Piracy, Carse;
Caribbean Lands, Carpenter.
Lillian Gish Wants
Culture in Cabinet,
Install Guaranteed Air-Torn units.
4 watt bulb eliminates mold and
musty odors in 250 c. ft. of. closet
Clothes are fresher with Air-Tron.
AVAILABLE AT ;
. ; Almacenes Martinz, S. A. ;
George Novey, Inc.
WILLIAM VIOLETTE SUPPLY SERVICE:
, 434, 44th St. Bella Vista :.TI. 3-6318
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Brett, Cosmo Whitelock and DucV, .'"t V Aiire
lev Jones, exalted rulers Bore. ii lan .Glsb tod,y Proposed ad-
auion ot a secretary of fine arts
ley Jones, exalted rulers Beres
ford Oliver, Leonard Reid and A
lejandro Steohens and A 1 d e n
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U$U ererybody likes, becauae only ISM 4 parts fnrn I
m im .iw w w w
the hurhert Quality fresh cow's milk ef run waler
la mr naed for Sua. Give Xuu to, ; I .dd 1 tart of Mi 0
your cnnaren rvgmariy , iney ; tn yoo
Bfca ui ue unporvmi oaaj-vatming
Muriahrnent KiJM provides. Uee it
to cooking too . and to add de de-licioot
licioot de-licioot flavor ta tea or coffee. f
la the specially-packed tin KliM
xoatn to you as pur and noariahing
M the day it was made. It keeps
safety without refrigeration- Buy
fresh-tasting Hum milk for your
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to the Cabinet.
Symphony conductor Howard
Mitchell, speaking on the same
platform, said, "Heaven forbid."
The actress,' ; addressing the
centennial celebration of the
American Institute of Architects,
predicted that high taxes would
make it impossible in the future
for private patrons to help Amer America
ica America preserve and appreciate the
"Such great sums of money are
going t. the federal government?'
she said "Billions for arms and
armies to defend this country and
not one cent for the background
and beauty which these arms and
"Why Mies Gish asked,
"should our government not take
some responsibility and give us a
secretary of fine arts, indeoen.
dent of the party in power, who
wouia acvote Himself solely to
getting the best possible assist assistance
ance assistance to help and advise each
branch of the arts?"
Mitchell, conductor of the Na
tional Symphony, v vigorously dis disagreed.
agreed. disagreed. ...
"I would dread to see some
noble contributor to one of our
pouucai parties appointed to a.
government commission or, heav heaven
en heaven forbid, as secretary of culture.
and tell me what symphonies I
ought to. conduct and what svm
phonies I ought not to conduct,"
ne said. Lt i leave federal pat patronage
ronage patronage to politics and political
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. rrozon meat P'u? i
; a m Filled with te'nder meaft 'r-' v
Extra flaky crust! U
5o easy to prepare! -. v
IV ow enjoy uio nvujr guuuncao l.
; of Chicxen, Turdet or Beet Pre, without all the fmt
ami. bother of preparation! Just put generous-sized
Swan son Frozen KIkaT Piss into the oven . hrowA
... and serve. Better pick up a good supply from your
s grocer's freezer youH find the family asking far
: this easy-to-prepere, appetizing treat again and again! i
Othor Froz n Swanson Favorites:-
TV Brand Dinnr -y
' Prult moo- i
' a Chlekon la Klnf
f; i .
i. Xook for Swamojv
"' youH find Qcautt
Swansoa and "tv" an tfideiwrta onti by the mtUrs el CampbtU's Soups
Jf t rirl's date suczests going
to a movie she shooidnt insut'
on dolr.g somethiBg else If the
BiO'Mm.ny snvwi Frozon EEZFof TURKTY ftoi ma
w W to a lunit ot .'.""JW,
2 SW you' nomo n ijijrHt, the eMe ponola wtti
o t picture or -h f the swekam and toe ua
Half Price Ofr, P. O. fc 90-A, Mount Vomea 10, at Y."
S w mI ymj ht rh puncrtOM prfce of t-a
tlU ant K r.KEY fi you purehawi
etrtamment an has m mma
tap. Brwklr i
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.TBvzzrsxr, r.r.iY is, i;;t
THE PANAMAAMmCAN JIN INDBreWra
Social and Ol!i
j No Binge-
I A Amador i
There will be no bineo at Ama-
Idor Officers' Open Mess this
week. The next game is scheduled
I mere May ,31,1
I Binge ''' J
The regular Tuesday bingo
Came at Albrook Officers' Club
I has been postponed until further
I notice. -
Undo Jacobs '
Will Be Installed .
In Rainbow Office - -V
Miss Linda Jacobs will be in
stalled as Worthy Advisor of i-As
sembly No. 3 Order of Rainbow for
Girls at an open- installation or oi
fleers to be held Saturday- e V e-
The "public "is cordially!'-invited
CZJC Drama Group K
Students Enjoy 1 4. 1
Barbecue At Kebbe ,"?,
Students from the drama group
of the Canal Zone Junior College
held an informal barbecue at fort
Kobbe last Tuesday night, with
Hiss Susan Osborne acting as
I hostess and with Dan Rentfrow as
chief chef for the evening. M r i.
Hugh Osborne was official chap chap-erone
erone chap-erone and made arrangements for
the affairs After the dinner the
members of the croup took part in
entertainment I wh i c h featured
theatrical and moviev interests.
ThoseV present were Miss Gail
Howard, Miss Lydia Smith, l Miss
Peggy Lee, Miss Shirley Keepers,
Miss Kay Murray.' Miss Susan Os-
l5ornet Don Rentfrowr Gus Mellan-
6e.r. Mrs. Hugh Osborne, Mr, and
Mrs. Subert Turbytm.
(Continued on Page, B. f- :.i
350 Lb. Woman
Hammers Boy r :;
' NEW' HAVEN, Conn.,' May 16
(UP)-A 350-pound woman attack attacked
ed attacked and critically wounded a four-
vtiar-old boy with a hammer to
day and then set tire, to his house
as a climax to an argument with
his mother, police reported.
The bov. ueoree Miami, jr.,
was taken to Grace-New: Haven
Hospital with a skull fracture. His
name was on the danger list.
Det. -Caot. William Holohan said
Delores Carmichael, 22, apparent apparently
ly apparently went berserk during an argument-with
Mrs. Joseph Midgett .in
the latter s home."
Holohan said Miss Caxmichael
hit (iMvre on the head at least
once .with the hammer and then
set fire to two bedrooms or. t tne
Midgett home, causing consider
able damage. -J a
Collide At Suez
STTEZ; Mav 16 (UP) The Nor
wegian -tanker Vespasian' and the
Ynenslav vessel Drida collided i
outside Sue port today. First re
ports said we carnage ,was
The Vesnasian s listed at
Lloyds a?" a 12,786-ton tanker. The
Yugoslav vessel is listea as a out out-ton
ton out-ton freighter. , .'
J. E. DORN THOMAS, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Thomas,
has been elected to Phi Kappa Phi, senior honorary society
t t ... .., ." at the Georgia institute of Technology, ,.'
REGISTRATION FOR DAIICE CLASSES
TEENAGERS k PRE-TEENS
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9 to H a.m. .
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Tues., June 4th
9 to 11 a.m.
Bezuiners -3 intermediate
, Advanced Courses In
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Foxtrot Walts Turkey Trot CALYPSO Che Cha Cha Mambo.
allroom etiquette. All party flame Dance. .
"SPECIAL" 24 HOUR LESSONS $10.00
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' : BALBOA ?-4239 :
Balboa lions Club
To Elect fiev
The Balboa Lions Club will
lect its staff of club officers
night at the Fern Room of the Ho
tel Tivoli at tne annual election
night ceremonies. 1
The slate of officers nominated
by the nominating committee -and
nominated by the membership
from the floor for the 1957-1958 fis
cal year is: ....
President, W. K. Gerhart; 1st
vice president, Z, O. -- Blumberg;
2nd vice president, W. W. Dillon;
3rd vice president, 3. A; Wertz ;
secretary-treasurer, T. J. Wilber;
corresponding secretary G. T.
Williams; tail twister, L. L. Sel-
don; lion tamer, M. J. Banton; di
rectors (2 yrsj ,M.? Bailey,
W. G. Mummaw, W; J. Ambrose,
CD. Lavallee, Fred Huddleston.
: Retiring president John C. My Myers
ers Myers -will assume the position on
the -board of directors as imme immediate
diate immediate past president, and is not
subject to election, nor are Lions
H. i. oma and Wv- B. Bcst. hav having
ing having one year yet to serve -on the
board. .- i--t'vj-. : i tifw;i-;r-r.
Warren Gerhart, Z. O. Blum Blum-berg
berg Blum-berg and W, -W, Dillon are pres presently
ently presently 1st, 2nd, and 3rd vice presi presidents
dents presidents succeeding to higher posts.
T. J. Wilber will succeed himself
as secretary-treasurer,, Glen Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, presently the tailtwister,
succeeds Fred Huddleston as cor corresponding
responding corresponding secretary.
i All- members of the B a 1 b 0 a
lions Club are requested to attend!
this annual election night ceremo
ny j whicn conforms to Art. V1H of
the Lions constitution J and. bylaws.
I f '' i ' ' i!
off Clxln jri y. days
When you start using Cuticura koap and
Cuticura Ointment blackheade, oily shine, eici
temally caused pimplee and rashes clear now
la just 7 daye your skin begins to took soft,
fresh, clear, radiant. Get Cuticura Soap and
Ointment at druggist right away and do try
new- Cuticura .Talcum and new fieaseleos
Cuticura Medicated Liquid, .p',; ,f
- : GO
H- yino troot for tHo woto fmity Klc n
ft'. -rgy. So to prpr, too I
Series" At Paraisp
To End Friday 1
A week of evangelistic meetings
presently being conducted by the
Bethel Mission .Church in Paraiso
will terminate tomorrow night,
with Rev. Elmer O. Nelson, pastor
of the Church of the Nazarene in
Ancon, delivering the two I a t
messages... v '-i-i.' -: '.
i The services are featured with
lively -singing and special musical
and vocal nun Deri Dy uro
Blore't gospel tera.
The pastor, Rev. -Waldaba H
Stewart lnvitates everyone to at attend.
tend. attend. Services begin at 7:30 p.m.
Jays Many Labor
Camps Have Closed
MOSCOW", May 16 (UP) A top
Soviet legal officer told an Ame-
lcan university professor, the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union has freed more than
70 per cent of its prisoners and
closed two-thirds of its Siberian
labor camps since Stalin's death,
it was disclosed today. ; :
Prof. Harold ?, Bermani" Har Harvard
vard Harvard Law School expert on 'Soviet
law. said the hitherto unpublicized
action was recounted to him Tues
day night by Soviet Deputy Procu
rator Gen. P. I. itudryavtsev.
Kudry a vtsev said legs than 2 per
cent of the persons now in jail are
political prisoners and most of
these are wartime traitors who
collaborated with the Germans a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Soviet citizens. j
Kudryavtsev's office roughly re resembles
sembles resembles the U.S.' office of attorney
general but with much' broader
He said 52 per cent of the pris prisoners
oners prisoners werW freed immediately aft after
er after an amnesty law was issued; in
1953... ' ; .f-;
He said the couneil of ministers
Issued a decree last' Oct. 25 pro
viding for elimination of. "correc
tive labor camps." ,'
The juieca of I different, tardea-
fresh eetble ore Mended into
tiiii fanwot drink. Younf tten to
eta lively Savor, end thrive on its)
toodsen. At rr.l- f"
tine or betwrm 1
them the tt
ft "t they ''
o-l the f-
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'T KINOSTOM MONTtCO SAT
Local Lions Awarded Medals
' Jose Antonio- Molino, first' vice
president of Xhe 'Panama Li bps
Club, and Theodore J. Wilber, secretary-treasurer
of the' B a 1 b oa
Lions Club,- were awarded special
award medal? for' distinguished
service to Lionism" by retiring
Gov. f Alejandro Vanegas Cruz c of
Honduras during the recent C a n
tral American Dons convention
held in Panama City, 1 i-
.Molino was awarded the medal
for his outstanding service as the
chairman of the Central- Ameri American
can American convention and his previous
excellent work as an officer of tne
Panama Lions Club. Molino is a
popular candidate for the presiden
cy of tne Manama-uons uiuo our
ing the 1957-1958 fiscal year,
T. J Wilber was-awarded the
medal for his outstanding work-in
his position in which he instruct
ed new systems and procedures
which were used as examples for
other secretaries and treasurers in
District '"D." ,' which r. embraces
the countries of Honduras, Guate
mala. Costa Rica,': Nicaragua, El
Salvador, and i'anamaas : weu
at bis public relations work- in
his position. -.
Vanegas Cruz, as a retiring dis
trict governor, was entitled to
make iive such awards. Other
recipients were Julio Arangoe of
El Salvador, Sr, Jerez; of Mcara
j Th sacrst'r r
I In th sauct)
; and th auc
1 I Is ,Campblls I
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f'' YouH love
- th rich sauce-
1 1 -- the lively flavor
. ff of, each phimp,'
I tender : bean.
. I gervo -it soon I
I DlAMf (i ? V'
LCSTii, t f-
:0aMBETeT v' v & .4t mi ;
':5;Ki ifMMt. Kyi .fSiffiS.f 'ii'iii'SSiS'
gua and the vice-governor' of El
Salvador ; region. In y addition i ; to
these special awards, special vice
governor awards were made -; to
the vice governors of Nicaragua,
EI Salvador, and Jorge Angelini,
of the Panama region.; ; :'";-"
wuDer, in addition to tne spe
cial award from Vanegas Qruz,
was also ; awarded the, mdeal .- for
the- "best secretary of the Pana Panama
ma Panama region"': by Angelini at the
regional convention, held concur concurrently
rently concurrently with the district convention.
deck engineering officers on board U.S.
Air' Force telenletery vessel operated by
Pan American IrVorld Airways Guided Mis Missile
sile Missile Range Division Persons interested call
3203 or contact Capt. J, R. McKay, Port
Captain for PAA, Rodman Naval Station.
Must "reply by May T7th, 1957
Hill ilf Ill'Hlyj? .-
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over ike wo Ad as ike
test hair Ju
A pkaAsid fa pMWd ihsdh
CMoaMxtob to (Panama
Miss Hale invites oil. Beauty Saloon operators ro call Phont No. 2-2971
for special demonstration or consultation In all tht new ROUX pro products,
ducts, products, starting tomorrow Friday to the 24th of May.
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all the way through, fj
. So sweejuicyand
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cream or in
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-Try all the other, Sboi Crop fruits.
too delicious tree and .vine ripe.
" flavor has i been, quick frozen right
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Snow Crop also brings you the very
finest Juices, 'meats, fish and. -.;
- vegetables. 'y
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER'
E::rrr:i...iT, u, i;:;'
Social and Otk
Rackets Committee Invesfeiinn Teamsters
Nav Relief Society
Opens Annual Raff l
To Rait Funds
Each' year the Navy. "Relief So
ciety Holds a rame jo raise tunas
to carry on its good work.
f This" veaf the period between
May 16. and June 29 has been des
ignated hy the wavy Keiiei socie society
ty society for its annual call for contribu contribution!.
tion!. contribution!. -,
I Thist year's drive is again iii the
! form of a raffle with a 195q Chev-
rolet Belair Station Wagon from
A Smoot y Paredes, Panama," as the
grand prize. Tfie station wagon
will be on display starting today
I tt various military establishments
I, and throughout Panama and the
i Canal Zone. Tickets may be pur-
chased at $1.00 each from ant
member of the Navy Wives'
5 Clubs, at all Naval establishments,
i yood (or
FINER V I
FILTER! Jf V P e
, KING SIZEl
and from many' local Navy
sonnel. ; v
Commander James A. East
wood, USN, Chairman of the
Drive announced the other prizes
today. Second prize will be: your
choice between a Johnson outboard
motor and a Bendix duomatic
Washer. Third prize will be: your
choice between JNeccm supernova
Sewing Machine and a RCA 21
There will also be 5 additional
prizes of ?25.oo savings aonas
Meets At Ft. Cullck
Thursday May 23
Newcomers', Club will meet May
23 at the Ft. Gulick Service
Club, 2nd floor at 1:30 p.m. There
will be a musical program present presented
ed presented by the 60th Army Band.
rich full flavor
he say? He said..tCampbelis gives you mote
Ury CAMHELTS VtCRAUl SOUP hen ...
ewfOy the sewptieg tswer end psosVsii ef 1$
perfediefd afs oko feed . mnd
pe eW yeer feasfy.
WASHINGTON, May ,16 (UP) The Senate Rackets Committee heard testi testimony
mony testimony today that Teamster President Dave Back and a friend tried to awing a '$71, 500
profit on the sale of land Jor the. union's swanky new headquarters building here.
The deal, which would have boosted tha price of the lahd, subsequently fell apart.
But the. testimony indicated that Beck' and hie associate, Nathan Shefferman still
managed to use it to their advantage. 1 4
"r According to the Union records, fieclc arranged for the Teamsters to pay Sheffer Shefferman
man Shefferman $12,000 on grounds he had helped hold the 'price, down. Five weeks later,
Shefferman sent Beck a check for $9000. t..-t 1
After liitenine to the testimony.
the committee announced that the
Teamsters boss would be recalleo
tomorrow for a third round "o.
questioning. Beck invoked the
f titn Amendment 144 times in two
previous appearances. t
SOLD PROPIRTY TO UNION
Earlier, tha committee brought
out evidence that Beck quietly
purchased property near the Los
then sold it to the union for $30,000,
It also heard testimony which the
committee said made it appear
that money seek took from the un
ion treasury was "stolen rather
than borrowed." ;
In other developments:
AFL CIO Presidente George
Meany conferred for an ahour with
live Teamster vicepresidents on
"general problems involving the
union. They 'declined to say wheth-
V- i 1 il. . :. Ui.
er iney I'lscusseu uie poisioiuiy ui
ousting Beck until corruption
charges agaisnt him are resolved.
: SERVED SECOND SUBPENA
k U.S. Marshal served a nec nec-nd
nd nec-nd committee subpena en Nor Norman
man Norman Geisert, one of four miss missing
ing missing witnesses, after a chase
through Ellentburg, Wash. The
first subpona turned out te be 'eut
Testimony about the land sale
was tUDbUed bv Raymond H.
Fields, former public relations dir
ector lor the American Legion,
ana t ranxiin saiisDury; vow a gov
CHICAGO, May 16 (UP) A bit
of the past turned up unax unax-pectedly
pectedly unax-pectedly today while workmen
were digging the foundation for
a new plant.
They came across a high-topped
woman's shoe vintage
1870. :' :
In First Two Months Of 1957
(PA-O DEARBORN, Mich.
During a recent press confer
ence Henry Ford II stated that
retail sales of Ford Motor Com Company
pany Company passenger cars in the first
two monuis qi im were me
greateefr In the company's his history
tory history for that period.
"Retail deliveries by our deal-
era In January and February of
this year exceeded those for the
corresponding two-month pe period
riod period in every other year includ
ing: 1835. 'when both Ford and
the automobile industry set all-
time annual sales records," Mr.
He reported that sales of
Ford, Mercury, Lincoln and
Continental cars during January
and February of 1957 totaled
293,008 units, an Increase of 23
per cent over the 240,523 units
sold duing the same period In
1056 and slightly in excess of
the 290,731 total for the first
So many kinds to njo...
o much njoymtnt tn aehl
Told of $75,000
The Legion owned the land near
the Capitol which the Teamster;
bought for $15 a square foot.? Qn
the site they erected a glass-and-
marbJe $5,500,000 building with a
glass-walled office for Beck over
looking the Capitol dome.
Fields, now a Guymon; Okla.
publisher, testified- that Sheffer
man, who claimed to be repre representing
senting representing Beck, proposed setting up
an "intermediate corporation to
buy the land. .- . ;
OFFERED TO SPLIT
The idea wa to resell it
the kunion for HI a sauare
for a 'quick money" profit of
S7UC0, ho said. He said Shoffor Shoffor-man
man Shoffor-man offered to split the take
with- Fields and, Salisbury
Fields said he rejected rth of
fer and liter learned that the Le
gion had listed the property ex exclusively
clusively exclusively with a Washington realt
or at $12 a square foot, f j
RaliKhnrv read Bortions of' B
iournar he keeping at the
time which generally, supported
Fields' testimony. vs k
One entry noted that Shefferman
"had a private deal on behalf1 ol
himself and JJave neck at si?."
Shefferman is a : Chicago labor
relations consultant who testified
in March that he bought Some 180,-
000 worth of personal goods for
Beck and was repaid with union
funds.- :y -, 4 ft
ASKED ABOUT CHECK
He vas asked at that time about
the $8,000 check to Beck which .fig .figured
ured .figured in today's testimony.
, Shefferman explained ho mere merely
ly merely wanted to do something for
tho Teamster loader because
Beck was "a generous man,, a
terrific personality and a very
Earlier today, the committee
Questioned A. M. Burke, vicepres-
ident of the Occidental Life Insur
ance7 Co. 01 ios Angeies, wnicn
two months of 1955. Ford Motor
Company went on to post a re
cord total of 2,075,182 passenger
car deliveries ini55. -Ford
car sales led this years
upturn, Mr. Ford Mid, totaling
239,743 units In Jan. and Feb.
tor a gain of 27 per cent over
the 189,488 units sold during the
same period last year. Sales in
the first two months of 1955, to
taled 231,687 unite.
Mercury sales this year total-1
ed 46,102 units up six per cent
from the 43,452 sales in the first
two months of 1996, but down
from the record 54,002 units
sold In January and February of
Lincoln sales f 7012 units In
the first two months of 1957 fell
167 units short of the two
month .record set last year, but
were up 39 per cent over the
1955 figure of 5042.
Beclc Deal Which Misfired
handles insurance for the Western
Conference of Teamsters.
Burke testified that Beck bor
rowed ?73,000 from his company
in '1951, submitting a statement on
an personal finances.
He said tha statement did not
indicate Beck owed any money to
Com mitt oo Counsel Robert P.
Kenned said this happened
"during the period when Beck
was taking $300,100 from the un
ion, -which ho now claims was a
: Since- Beck did not list such a
loan on hir financial statement,
Kennedy said, "it would therefore
appear that the money was stolen
rather than borrowed.
. .... .COMMISSIONS
The committee questioned
George C. Newell, Seattle, Wash.,
broker, about' what onem embers
described ".excessive commis
sions he collected on Teamsters
health and welfare Insurance.
playwright Millers lawyer
Raps Irrelevant' Testimony
WASHINGTON. May IS (UP) -r
The attorney for playwngnt Ar
thur .t Killer protested today, that
(overnment testimony about Mil-
fer'a alleceo Communist activities
was "irrrelevant" to the contempt
of ton cress charies against him
At the second day of Miller's
trial, attorney Joseph L. Rauh
Jr. areued that Government wit
ness Richard Afent. 'director of
th riouia Committee on un-Am er
ic in Activities, was rehashing
Miller husband of actress 'Mar-
llvn Momoe.rfwas indicted for con
temnt ef Cbrigress for refusing at
Committee hearings last year to
name icrspns who- attended meet
ings allegedly pro-Communist
writers tn iwr.
..Rauh armed that Arena was pil
ing ''hearsay? on hearsay" by re
calling "tdcu" aireaay speuea out
in tne transcript or tne neanng
to be inserted in the court rec-
.. f Protect Client
He said his client has a "right
to be protected" by limiting the
facts to "Pertinent" hearsay
R sun's oojections were overruled
by Judge Charles F. McLaughlin.
Over further objections by Rauh,
McLiughtina Ilowed gvernment
attorney William Hits to question
Arena ebout Communist practices
in the ue of American passports.
Arens said the committee had
been infurmed that Communist
party members managed to en enter
ter enter Iron Curtain countries without
the -knowledge of the State De Department.;
Travef Te Rod Countries
He said these persons, with
passports to England, France or
TELLS OF LOAN T r a Her
builder Roy Fruehauf tells the
senate La.hnr Rackets Commit-'
tee" in' Washington that the In
directly loanefl T earn swrs
chief Dave .0 Beckv4175A)00 in
1954 when Beck was under tax tax-investigation.
investigation. tax-investigation. : Fruehauf said
he helped Beck because the
Teamsters Union : earlier had
helped him with a proxy tight ....
, V 1 in-hls firm.' j 1
' t 1 j. "V
Italy, would use "devious- de
voces'' to orodure travel.' docu-
ments- in London or Paris to i go
to Communist countries. There
was no testimony linking Miller
with this nractice. '
As the lanky writer watched
with apparent boredom, t Arens
testified that the committee knew
the State Department had request
ed a non communist anioavit
from: Miller. ; "i11
A few days before: nis commit commit-ao
ao commit-ao aDDerance last" June. 21,
Arena said, the committee learned
that- Miller .through his lawyer,
had : denied Communist party
membership to the Stte Departt
He said Miller lad inforpiel the
aeparmeni mar ne naa uuuei
a numbrr of marxist study group
seshions... . i$t
Th court 7 adjourned until to
morrow after Arens finished read-"
ina Miller's testimony before the
House committee. j
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Wrape; 20, strike regal poses in Memphis, Tenn. Brooks, famed
biavgame hynter, .gave up a. tiger bunt in Irfdia to preside ever
this ysrt affair. Miss Wrape, a college student, to s nationally "i
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I CHICAGO. Mav (UPU A
judca today reiecited a Soviet
diplomat's demand that four
American-reared boys be sent with
weir parents to jue-timea in Com
munist Russia. 11
IlTsfeild. JhAbu .Tnhn'j' f'lnvtnn
Jr. 'indicated he will keen tho bovi
in he U;,.S. for "a. long t i m e,"
Technically;'! Claytoft tmerely
continued without- change" the
case of two refugees from Rus Rus-sjan
sjan Rus-sjan bor .amRs,.. George i Xoz Xoz-miu,vi6kv
miu,vi6kv Xoz-miu,vi6kv and hiat -wife. Nabeida.
35, .wbo want, to return, to .. their
homeland with thetif four baoys.
1 ?u JLt -A 1 f; I f 3.
, aiui. i.iayion set iiew
the casoJ And he made
ifc nlain. thni it i nnur nn in th
Russian 'Embassy in Washington,
which it backing r.the Kozmin's
tignt, : io. appeal Jus ruling, if it
wants any further action.
To send the children to a- sod
less country demands a great
deal oi careful consideration,", the
juage sata. v.
' Two Russian diplomats,' dressed
in gray flannel suits and looking
wee average American business
mad,' were- in court to -dispute
Clayton's ; decision. They were
Fedor Kolomatin, second secretary
of the Russian Embassy in, Wash
ington ana an assistant, 5. T.
Stroiaog. -.- '.; ,r -"; -,-
Soipmatin "lectured .Clayton 'on
Soviet, law and tho Sood life In
Kulsia. An American embassy
mrea lawyer, stepnen xove. ar
gued the t American legal side ; of
tne ease.' ." ;: l-
Clayton need have no fears
about sending, the Koimin boys
Kionara, io, uooree jr.,-s, Paul.
7, and. Peter 1-to Russia,-Solo-
maim aaia.--. ;: ;
' "Fundamental Russian law
guarantees work for everybody
who eta' work. moner for
those who can't," Solomatin said.
We stilL consider them (the
Kotmins and their 'sons), Russian
citizens Solomatin saidja sin sincere
cere sincere tones. -"It's Russia's duty te
take; care of them and H wilL I
era sure the family will bo.ro-
iurpou ;iv ninsia. .- t
The diplomats and parents ''did
not talk about how the three oldest-Kozmin
boys, felt about it.
' The brothers have lived in a
children's borne' near Chicago
since -3953, when Clayton declared
them wards of the court because
their- parents were confined to a
mental institution. They are .still
court wards, they know no life
but that of American boys, and
they don't want to go to Russia.!
The mother, father' and baby
US Reared Boys
were, in court' today.; The parents
said their boys could stay t with
them ., this summer.' But they
stared dumbly at each, other "when
reporters asked them, why they
want to take their boys ,to. a land
they have never known. i
Life In Dinvcr
MNVKR.'May 1 fliwL An
Indiana coiplewho eloped, be because
cause because j;heii; ...children ft thought
octogenarian romance was foolish-planned
hew Aife lri Den Denver
ver Denver today.,;-, ..
"We don't plan to po bark t
Indiana,? said the r bride, 84-vear-old
Ellen Belle TJtleyT?
"'We.bothHave nest eggs and
can be independent," she said,
"we like Denver and hope" to
settle here..' c-
Her fond, similini; 'husband
William Sandford Utley.t is 88.
-.-fWe really did elope," jie said
at their: Denver. hoteL
"Our '- children didn't J like It
when we started keeping com company.
pany. company. They thought was a lot
of foolishness. But we decided
,to get married anyway.'. .,,.;.
WHsy 4 bo Onoioooroe v tho
- 0Umnt by tolllot hto ioe ot
Ivamvillo, in4. that, ho wat ooiaf
t Piw In i Hii iMvn-
tioo. Tho eonvootiM woa be hold
until' Juno 24. -,
r-i His son saw TJtuley. a' retired
barber and part-time shoe sales
man, prr on thet rain, at Evans-
ville on May 8. ,
' "Ellen Bella; Hverf In.-Mramt
Vernon, tod," ,Utley( said. "Bhe
sneaked awit and got on the
train when It went throush
At Nashville. Ind.. thev cot off
the train and were married.
Then, they started, the ; honey
moon trip to Denver. arriTinr
here last Jfrlday. -.-'.. y.
"I've ,- had my -eye -Jon, IDen :
Belle, ever since we were chil
dren hi Farmersville, ladS
UUey said. But my first cousin,
Floyd Thomas Utley; beat me to
It and married her. I was too
bashful to- ask."-' v : -.-
Utley -married another- girl,
had a son, and was -widowed In
1948. Ellen Belle's first husband
died In 1951.' : v
Between them, they' have two
sens, three grandchildren and
Al lU mwH. lowoCoat tMm
for lips and flnfortipo. A color to flattee
every ooeiploiioe, erery droost
Cm Mad ToIm rttyt loifw, idL
chipping aod pedinf
AmA Ur BMirkiaa Cutex 8Uy Fast
Lijwtk-k (wita iapor-lanc'iia) krp Vjm
rdit with e&Sor all Jy. "'J r- -f 1
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TOURSBAT, MAT 16, 1957
Solon Asks Grassroot Support
To Pressure School Plan Bill
ITT- llll Illl "- ,,. lJMmM
Ill Int WnALt 3 IV1VU I nt" iiiuaui at maituciauu xu jriu vciuco, vniu. i :4Wi
Jonah, or is the picture a fake, i Actually it la the first photo made of the feeding of the only
1 wnaift III capuvliy. ll wok me persoiinei iviaiiiieiaiuu iwu mwiuw w uaui uic whhic vw
answer f how call. Normally, the biff mammal travels around the bottom of the tank, but now i'
-,!,, Il 111 I M i u I lj t I
BillpGraham launches Biggest
Revival Effort In History Of US
EW YORK, 3ltay 18 ("UP) The
Wggest feligious' revival effort- in
..ll L-l M. Ik a. jl
me- nauou y nisiury wbi lauucucu
' bj' Evangelist Billy Graham last
atght in Madison Square Garden.
, .Jrflham atnArl liflHnv 'i thft vrlflra
of spotlights before nearly .-20,000
he prayed will be a "religious
Srairie lire" that will sweep first
fnnr Ynrlt Citv and then thm. rent
! of the tiatiom. ;
. Bnfifl1' hfMimincr nut frnm the ftar.
; den's hub'e organ opened an evan
gelistic ivusaae tor cnnsi sucn
as New Yorkhad not .seen in 40
last, big revivalist to preach the
gospei 10 iew xorxers. cut ,ms
nrnarh nfi 1917, wal Tpnlppdtn.
night by Graham's more moder-'
ate, modem style or religious per
suasion. i J, 11
. The Ten Commandmonti
. s t f . 1
- GrttHafo 'pfea"chiKg a'"fsermon
' and p the 5ehnon on the ; Mount-
urea rjicuurcnea iNev?, jorKers
to return' to the fold.''
uranam t wu.wo, six-weeK cru-
Ha rtf liiffhtlt ofvtwie fa da a
fort 'tOt'lhake what he ,terrns lh
nauon-s mosi goaiess city ; more
godly; Graham has found that 60
per eent of New York's eight mil
lion resWents have no religious
affiliation, and only -10 per cent
regularly go to church. "'
, bjxty per cent or an oiner Amer Americans
icans Americans are church goers, Graham
TnniffM'J ? rvi vbI mtTn lit.
tonrlorl hv.T Snfl Hrsihani fntlnwopa
' who tam'' liere on special trains
ou iinon iruin mjicr iiuea, buu
more man i,uuu resiaenis 01 new
York ,' and surrounding areas,
. iarl-1 rlhd 'tirtt nt 17 cViorlnloH
nightly m e ting In Madison
-If -these .rt luccessrthe re revival
vival revival wil continue : through the
... ,- ..JC
marked th clima of r.nhim'i
evangelist. He had been working
' .. 4 thlm .Hnrf ,(.. I.:.
r first big meeting was held in Los
Angeies iie in vnx. ...
Since then, the now 38-year-old
Kantist minister ttaa ittimriod th
nation and the world in behalf of
Christianity. He nas.oeen ceard
by rreiaent Eisennower ana
Queen ttlisbeth and by millions
of other persons throughout the
XJ. S. and in Scotland, England.
Frnr and Canada. Out of nparlv
15,500,000 persons who heard him
in his first five years, nearly 300, 300,-000
000 300,-000 made "decisions for Christ.'
. .On nana to Help uranam put tus
message -. across tonight was a
choir of 1.600 volunteers from New
York area churches. There also
nert i,.Y)0, ushers and 4,000 coun coun-'
' coun-' sellors recruited Iron. 1,510 met metropolitan
ropolitan metropolitan area' churches,,
Many .'Have, Reserved. Seats ...
A total of about 250,000 persons
from places as far awsy as Hous Houston,
ton, Houston, Tex., have reserved seats for
, various crusade sessions: Every
night, 7,500 seats will be set aside
for the out of town visitors. The
rest will be for persons who live
ia the New York area.
"1 hop that our efforts here
will start a religious prairie fire
that will, sweep the nation," Gra Graham
ham Graham saxi before the crusade be began.
gan. began. ?
As for New York, he Said he
thought it was "on the verge of
a" spiritual awakening .such as-we dent of the Mutual Life Insurance
hava tint- spen in our time,''
The orgac and chorus set the
theme for the rusade tonight with
"Blessed Assurance," iouowea oy
the opening hymn "All Hail The
Power- of Jesus' ; Name" sung by
the choir, "'v "'
Reading From Scriptures
Then- there was rfeading ifrom
scripturt s and the invocation,
which was read by Dr. PhilUps P.
EJliott.v president of the Protes Protestant
tant Protestant Council of New York, which
invited Graham to come here,. ,j
i ttiAfo 'mnciffil selections
offered before the official
words of. welcome were given by
t?no vil li ftYPrntlve vice ores!1
Company and chairman, ot the
Mew York Committee for the Gra-
iham Crusade. v -"
Graham gave a snort speecn. in
response to the greetings. ;
TJie offering iouowea. uiuwsiu
i. u.ji,i finimre Rarden for the
nichtly religious meetingt is free,
I a .-,ltmrt nlraM Ifl
but ouertngs are uems 1
an effort to raise $250,000 toward
,u.' ..jCl .tk, onicsde
Uie vjfy vi Z. -A
i Soloists, tne congregauou
the choir offered more musical
i.:.. rt Mrmnil f TieSrlV tli
hour, lh's was Iouowea oy n
quiet i nvitation to au ui
sons wisning mcv, Zu'l
comft forward .... and remain after
WASHINGTON."' Mav 16 (UP) r
Chairman Cleveland M. Bailey of
a House Education subcommitee
urged American mothers today to
bring pressure on Congress for
passage of the $1,500,000,000 fed federal
eral federal school construction program.
Th. uaci virmnia ueniucmi
A".. ....ww. c r
amH "pvpral bushel baskets of
letters and telegrams" might turn
the tide in favor of the five-year
nrnpran- to helD states overcome
I the classroom shortage.
Thm hill eiirrentlv is tfiven little
.k.,m. nf herause of the
economy anve m obicb. ou.
inw. .tnr -ffrasn-roois suo
nort followed a new call rom
President Elsenhower for enactr
ment of his own scnooi program.
ia a set-ln-and-2et-out emer
gency plan solely to overcome a
at. lUrut aAfim Wpfimt. created by de-
pression and., wars,!' Eisenhower
saia in a nauonm ... v -i mu v--
fense of his budget last night..
" "Not Penalize Children"
alize our children and, thereby, ager fov.the legislationa
the future of the nation." w a. t
year $1,300,000,000 program. Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats favored a sixyear $3,600, $3,600,-000,000
000,000 $3,600,-000,000 pragram; Bailey's 'Subcom 'Subcommittee
mittee 'Subcommittee drafted .the. $1,50,000,000
program as a compromise.
.. "im,..' mther nf the. : country.
once aroused, would never let the
Chamber of Commerce tacK a ooi-lar-
8igi on the doors of the
schools of the ; nation," BaUev
said: 'You can't measure the wel
fare of our boys ana gins on a
dollar.. and cents basis." ;
W. ,7. VII.HIM.. w
merce has vigorously opposed the
school construction bill. . i 1
' Write Congressmen
Poil.u 'aalrad that everv Amerl-
A. mAthA. wif nff tele&trann to
L .11 111'. .b. 111... w 3 1
I her congressman in support of the
bm. He saia ne aireaay is appeal appealing
ing appealing to the 272,000 Parent-Teacher
Associations in. the country to ask
I their members to voice their sup
port. ' ," V
"I knov of no greater : potential
ly f tnfluenuai group man uie
PTA," Bailey said, Composed ot
millions of mothers whose basic
intni-ant ,a ulurnva the welfare of
their children, they could be cru crucial
cial crucial to UiiB legislation,"
"Grass roots support, u i. comei
in; auffipient ouanutv. may be the
life-saver we need, he .added. :
Bailey asked tnat tne mouers
send copies of v their letters and
telep rams to him so that when
the bill comes, up on 'the Bousa
floor for 1 a R vote ; he: could have
proof of the "grass-roots" support
if.'nsf wui oe. iiuoi-:.mu
W ARHTVfiTON. Mav 16 fUP)--
Th- Senate ADDTooriations. Com-
.it tee inAav annroved a vear's
salary s--,au--r-ior we wiuuw i
Sen. Joseph K. Mcwrtny
Thi a nistnmarv "stfoened
tn the wiHnw nf a member
of Conciess wno nies wuue m
-f f I.'"' "t f J 7 I ? m f '''
Sensible rotes includt
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Wilson "Hum: 'WEMM
Victory Keeps Chisox
In First Place In AL
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK. May 16 (UP) Jim Wilson, a
Strong, silent pipe-smoking, type, wouldn't sit too
'well with Joe McCarthy, but the White Sox are su suiting
iting suiting pretty in first place today because of his three
shutouts and 1.04 earned runs average, best among
all pitchers in the majors.
' fr-'- .nil ii j H i- ; i..V' '''",
(Based on 58 Official at Bats)
Player and club r ab r h Pet
(Musial, St. Louis 24 101 13 33 .376
Robinson, Clnci. 23 99 21 37 374
uroat, pitts. 25 100 15 37 .370
Aaron, Mil. 25 111 28 41 .369
Hoak, Cincinnati 25 85 18 31 .365
DarK, St.- LOUIS 23 102 2U 36 .353
"v McCarthy made no bones a a-bout
bout a-bout his dislike, for pipe-smokers.
White Sox skipper Al Lo Lopez,
pez, Lopez, on the other hand wouldn't
care if the 35-year-old Wilson
puffed on comsilk as long as he
nltches the way he did last nigut
when he stopped the Senators on 'five innings.
four hits; 5-0.
Wilson 'didn't allow a hit until
the fifth and pitched his way
out of bases-loaded jams in the
' eighth and ninth as he chalked
' tip his fourth victory and ran his
string of consecutive scoraless
innings to 18. Walt Dropo homr
erd off Washington southpaw
nhuck Stobbs. who dropped his
seventh straight game without a
!By" winning; their fourth
straight game, the White Sox
retained the American Leazuc
lead by half a game over the
Yankees, who defeated the
Athletics, 3-0, on Tom Sturdi Sturdi-vant's
vant's Sturdi-vant's ; five-hitter. Cleveland
used seven pitchers in scoring
i iclnninv 11. triiimnh over
W in l v
picked up his fourth victory
while Al, Worthington suffered
the loss. Sam Jones started for
the Redblrds but was knocked
out by a four-run burst in the
first inning. Johnny Antonelli,
the Giants' starter, lasted only
24 81 14 27 .333
24 91 17 30 .330
23 89 14 29 .326
24 71 8 23 .324
19 71 11 23 .324
GOINQ A WAYV-Melendez scores srblne' awav ;br three-cmarters of a length over Gonetlno
In last Sunday's $l,0do' six furlong sprint for first and second series imported' thoroughbreds.
" AiHi u, uie oaaa-on muiueis iavonte, is snown a last lading tnira. Aiejanaro xcaza roae
the winner, Fernando Alvarei was aboard Gonetlno and Braulio Baeza did the booting on. ;
the favorite. The time was a fair. 1:11 45. -
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Baltimore, and Boston beat
J Detroit by the same 11-8 score.
JnVthe National League, Cln Cln-.;
.; Cln-.; felnnati climbed back itno a flrst flrst-plc
plc flrst-plc tie with Milwaukee by de defeating
feating defeating Philadelphia, 7-2, as
Brooks Lawrence struck out 11
batters; St. Louis licked NeW
Ydrk, 6-5, in 14 innings; Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn toppled the Braves, 3-2, in
10' innings, and the Pituburgh Pituburgh-Cliicago
Cliicago Pituburgh-Cliicago game was postponed
because of cold weathor.
The Yanks scored all three of
'hir tuns In the first inning olf
rNad Garver with the aid of
hhrtst.nn Joe DeMaestri's error.
Bill Skowron drove In two of the
, rubs and Bobby Ricnarason me
Otter, sturdivant, who gained nis
4eeond triumpn, nas now guns ou
Straight innings without giving
tp an earned run. x
" Rocky Colavlto drove in the
(ieVbreaking run In the 16-in-nihg
marathon between the In Indians
dians Indians and Orioles. George Strlck-
laad then drove in two more in
the same frame alter both c'uos
had scored three runs in the
l4th. Bob Lemon started for the
Little Don Zlmmer's fourth
homer of the year in the 10th
Inning off Lew Burdette save
Brooklyn its victory over Milwau
kee. Reserve first baseman Frank
Torre gave Braves' starter Gene
Conley a 2-0 lead, with a two-i'un
double In the sixth but Gil
Hodges homered in the seventh
and the Dodgers tied the score
with another run in the eighth.
Clem Labine was the winner in
relief of Don Drysdale, who gave
up Milwaukee's only two hits in
the seven Innings he pitched.
The Dodgers made only four
hits, three of them off Conley.
Along The Fairways
PWGA Handicap Tournament
The women's Isthmian handi
cap Tournament will be played
this year over the Fort Davis i
course. Qualifying rounds may
be played through Sunday. May
19. Scores made at the regular
PWGA tournament on Saturday,
May 18 may be used as qualify qualifying
ing qualifying scores for the Handicap
The following regulations have
Bertola, Detroit 25 84 11 33 '.393
Power. K.C. 17 60 10 23 .383
DeMaestrl, K.C. 24 61 11 23 .377
Williams, Boston 22 80 19 30 .375
Fox, Chicago 22 85 17 31 .365
Woodling, Cleve. 18 50 13 18 .360
Wertz, Cleve. 23 82 14 29 .354
Mantle, N.Y. 23 75 17 26 .347
Simpson, K.C 26 100 16 34 .340
Sievers, Wash. 28 107 19 35 .327
Aaron, Braves .' 9
Moon, Cards 7
Adcock, Braves 6
Crowe, Redlegs 5
Mathews, Braves 5
Hodges, Dodgers 5
Williams, Red Sox 9
Sievers, Senators 6
Skizas, Athletics 5
Simpson, Athletics ....... 5
Zernlal, Athletics ........ 5
Maris, Indians 5
Mantle, Yanks 5
RUNS BATTED IN
Aaron, Braves 25
Sauer, Giants 22
Hoak, Redlegs 22
Furillo, Dodgers 21
Jones, Phils 21
Sievers, Senators .24
Simpson, Athletics 21
Doby, White Sox JiQ
Jensen, Red Sox 18
Williams, Red Sox 18
Medalist will be the filaycr
Qualifying, with the lowest net
score using full handicap. PITCHING
Flights will be made according to w 1
net scores using full handicap. Trucks, Athletics ... 5
The tournament will be match Narleskl, Indians ... 3 I
play with three quarters handi- Labine, Oodgers . : 3
cap. v (Eight tied with 2-0)
The first round must be com- p r J f
pleted by the end of Sunday, May KfKtOn Kfifl 0X
All, UllV J aa --v
last round by June 9. During the
in starwsa iui w f1.omor.t nipr mu nrranee I Intinn rei trini
SS.SeaylF Catcher To Miami
fnIndindS- Jackie! It is hoped that all PWGA h .Sffl
t.V,V HrnvP in seven runs he- me1"061"8 wm enier l.mi luulua: th rd string catcher Haywood Sul Sul-in
in Sul-in JuiS an end to ment. A handicap tournament ,ivan t0 M5,ml in the mternational
L-am? Tc-sig gives twery. pera to ty cutdown to the legal
" t nun tna hoaur nil ciivit iii
streak. The R Fn rapped out
16. hits in l niir;g FranK iary
his fourth defeat. Believer Oeo.
Husce was credited vlth the vic-
Lawrence held the Phils i
five hits, one of them a ninth-
' lanin. ttnmrr hv rookii I'd
IBonchee, in posting his foorth
rectory for the Redlegs. Cin Cin-cinnati
cinnati Cin-cinnati collected its first three
nff rnnkU Jack Sanford.
who dropped his first game
after four straight victories.
.Smoky Burgess homered to
. belp tbe Reaiegs to tnetr in
. win In the last 14 games,
Hal Smith's 14th Inning single
drove In Del Ennis with the- Win Winning
ning Winning run in the Cardinals victo victo-iyrver
iyrver victo-iyrver the Giants. Larrv Jack Jack-tot.
tot. Jack-tot. St. Louis sixth pitcher.
Showing at Your Serf ice
Center Theaters Tonight
BALBOA 6:15 8:49
The Eddy Puehfn -Sery"
OIABLO BTS. 7:0
MARGARITA C:15 :!
Angels In Tbe Ontftelcr
rTHB YOUNG GrNS"
'PASAISO :L5 l:5
ABAJO EL TELON"
iANTA CRUZ :15 -TFIt'NDERBIRns-
CAMP BIERD C:1S t.H
J-NI SANG RE VI ARENA"
win of the beautiful silver pieces 25-man oiaver limit
offered as prizes. j The 26 year old Sullivan, s
'native oi Oonaldsonville, Ga., batt-
ed -.2'M i with San Francisco last
JUVEN1A TOURNAMENT PRIZ- year He Cfcm, up to the Red Sox
ES DISPLAY eij ax nLJiti near the close of tho 1956 season,
COMMISSARY but had no record
The Red Sox will have to cut
The Drlzes for which over 200 stjn anothe! mn as soon as the
istnmian golfers tried to Quan- ii,jurcd hlel Parnell comes off the
fy in the Juvenia liivnauonai digabin-. list
Tournament at Summit urns aro
on display in the Balboa Com Commissary
missary Commissary show window.
A glance at the beautiful
watches and silverware shows
why this tournament, which is
for all Isthmian golfers. Is one
of the most popular piayed in
th ranal zone. The elimination
matches are underway. The ilnals
will be played June 2.
MtKiMMI.-illliX--.ii, Milm!t, ftW,IWY.,tMteL3WilJ
HEAVEN HELP HIM With the complete sympathy of his
caddie. Harvie Ward, Jr, dropped his putter and, looked im imploringly
ploringly imploringly toward the heavens after missing a 15-foot putt in
the Colonial National Invitation in Fort Worth. The United
States amateur, champion's 287 tied for fourth.
Jay Hopkins Put Golf On
International Big Time
Trade 6-5 Guard
For 6-6 Forward
DETKOTT (UP) The Detroit
Pistons added another inch of
height to tlitir front line today by
trading sx five guard Walter
(Corky) Devlin to. the Minneapolis
Inters lor six -six forward Edl'ft.araP,
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) John Jay
Hopuhi hat4 flown in from Japan
in mid June of 1955 and now he
was at the Columbia Country Club
course in Washington watching the
close of th second day's play in
the International Golf Champion
ship and Canada Cup Matches.
Jay Hopkins, as he liked to be
called, was wrapped In a raincoat,
for it was teeming and the bad
break in the weather had held the
paying guests to a minimum.
"Will vou be Here : tomorrow
morning?" some big shot asked
"No, I n playing at Burning
Tree," replied the president of the
International Golf Association he
organ xed u ,-; ;'. :'; .
That as the kind of character
Hopkins' 'big business was nuc nuclear
lear nuclear energy, of course, but he was
ilso the greatest sports promoter
this well seasoned observer ever
bumped into Hopkins, who did not
come into the promotional end of
Pol until 1PM Hid num' (i k.
Drofessional aide nf it in (mi. his bat In a temDer tantrum rlnr.
than all the world associotions and J?? yesterday's game against the
The visiting; Jamaican girls
softbatl team, Pioneer Cubs, J
last nigbt slugged Its way to a
one-sided 17-3 victory over the
Cerveia Balboa team of Pana Pana-am
am Pana-am City at the Olympic Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. -V
, Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
t. r T.J
Milwaukee . i
St. Louis .
New York ;
7 18 .280 10
TODAY'S GAMES -Brooklyn
at Chicago -Pittsburgh
at Milwaukee (N)
New York afr Cincinnati (N)
Philadelphia at 8t. Loulsy(N)
1 (iti Tnninmi
Brooklyn., nno nno iin i n
Muwauxee 000 002 000 02 2 0
jurysaaie, Labine (3-0) and
Conley. Burdette -9) and
, The triumph was the second
straight ,for the hard-hitting
West Indian gils. Tonight they
will seek third consecutive win
against, the Santa Cms team.
at the Stadium. Game time is
The Jamaicans were off to
bad start in their local series,
dropping their first:' three
games to the Deportivo G's G's-combe
combe G's-combe team before finally hit hitting
ting hitting their winning stride.
Last night's winning pitcher
was Yvonne Hill while C. Cum-,
berbatcb was charged with the
defeat. M. Thompson will open
on the mound for the Jamaican
-. v .j - V t I
Tka Jamaican! iluflgad uf tan
Kits and CMnmittad enly n arrar
compared to four hit and five
for Carvaia lalboa. tlana
Farkini tlammnd a' bate loaded
homor for Hi winanra. MIm Hill
huriad hitlaia ball for the Jamaican
flirli to tka sixth inning.
PhUadelphla 100 000 0012 5
Cincinnati 120 002 llx-T 10
New York y.
W L Pet.
15 7 .682
15 8 .652
14 9 .609
14 12 .538j
12 14 ,.462
12 14 .4h2
9 14 .391 6'4'
Ted Sounds Off
Bat In Anger
' sanford (4-1), Morehead, Ta'r-
oiuiiuuiia aua ijopata
Lawrence (4-1) and Burgess.
- (Night Game) v-
oi 401 000 000 000 005 11 0
020 002!l00 000 016 17 0
Antonelli, Worthington (2-3)
and Katt, Westrum, homas. -.
,2nfs. Schmidt', Davis, MerMtt,
Wilhelm. Jackson. M-ii. it
Pittsburgh' at Chicago v
. TODAY'S GAMES v i
Detroit at Boston r
Kansas City at New York AW
Cleveland at Baltimore- (N)
Chicago at Washington 'NJ
ili.l H UJU U31 lux 11 16 I
Detroit 102 002 300 h 14 'n
4 Lary (2-4. Ie. nmmet cioot j
er, Poytack and House.
Stone, Chakale3, Susce v (l-OV-and
White, Daley.- ti tf r
Kansas City 000 000 000-0 S a
new Yorie snii nnn nnv i a
. -ww vwv VVaT-ll U If
Oarver (2-2). .- Pnleman onH
Sturdivant (2-2) and Berra.-
' (Night Game) -.
v (16 innings)
000 002 030 000 030 3-11 13 S
: 003 002 ooo nnn mn n "V!i'
Lemon, Tomanek, Narleskl, Mos-sl,-Daley,
Garcia, McLish (1-1)
and Nixon, Hegan.
Johnson, O'Dell , Zuverlnk For For-nleles
nleles For-nleles (2-3 and Triandos.
i, S (Night Game)
Chicago 100 101 020-5 ,7n
Washington 000 000 0000 "4 0
wuson ;(4-l) and Lollar.
' Stobbs -(0-7), Kemmerer.. By By-'erly
'erly By-'erly and Berberet1 t
W L Pet. GB
18 10 .643
.16 10 V.615 v 1
.. 15 10 .600 1V2
1 A 1A eon I n
Lskcrs lor six six forward
Pis'on Genera' Manager Fred
Delano saic tbe man for man
switch Tiiis made to build up the
Pistons' rebounding., Kalafat and
Devlin -are orjy a point apart in
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UP fieir Natioral Basketball Associa Associa-Keith
Keith Associa-Keith Andrew s, 36, Colorado tion sco-ing averages.
Springs, Colo., was killed today!
in a practice mn for this year's'.
Hopkins was. Here he was paying
something like $150,000 to bring (2
rj i cnamn i : eouera irvm o coun
r-OI.-: I- m "l.: L.
even going to be around to see the
show. He preferred to play himself,
500-mile speedway auto race.
Driv.ng new four-cylinder
roadster belonging to Italian ace
Nino Farina, Andrews lost con control
trol control in f the northwest turn. He
ploughed into the inside retaining
wall and was crushed in the cock;
lIf war the firft fatality aj the
famous Mark since two-time win winner
ner winner Kill Vukowch was killed in a,
spectacular four-car pile-up while:
tea dine the 1955 race. I
Andrews was clocked at al
speed o. about 136 miles sn houri
in laps preceding his crash,
Jod- Fnconto .25-
".'J' Dennis OTCeefe in
Frank Lovejov In
Today IDEAL .20
Ftedrlc March in
"DEATH ef a SALESMAN
Alan Ladd in
-HELL BELOW ZERO
I9:N I UUH I Sde.
A GREAT PICTURE 1
IPanl Newman in
I, POPULAR NIGHT!
SI. 10 per Car! .-.
I Esther Willi m, in
brass accomplished in 64.
HOPKINS WASN'T INTEREST.
Et ui using over gou, as some
skeptics seemed to suspect He
simply set out to build intern a tion
al good will through golf and sue
ceeded in doing so with dienitv.
I The day before the tournament
in Washington, all of the players
met President Eisenhower at the
White House. That night, at a
"Meet the Teams Dinner." the
amcassarior of each nation sat
with the ployers reoresentina- his
country. Vice President Nixon
was the guest, of honor.
u we can nay tosetner. we
can live together," he said.
Hopkins started bis matchleai
tournament 'in- 'Montreal in 1953,
when H was won by the Argentines,
Roberto De Vicenzo and Antonio
Cerda. Ttic Australians,' Peter
momson and Kel Nagle,. popped
down in front in Quebec in 1354,
and Ed Furgol and Chick Harbert
gave the United States its first vic-i
I uown in front In Quebec in 1354,
and Ed Furgol and Chick Harbert
gave tne ui
lory in 'si.
J ini r LAM BUT An V Hop-
kti decided it was time to really
-1 put us wrapper on Ue road, lie
I I needed P-m Hogan and Sam Snead
to p it tl over big at Wentworth,
I England, and this they did caprur-
in g the cup while watched by 10.-
1000 spectators the first dir. There
'were 60 champions from 30 coun-
And where do you suppose Hop Hopkins
kins Hopkins waf taking the product k in
iai uctoDer x uus year? All tbe
Montreal 101 000 02 s l
Buffalo Nil0100x 3 7 1
Faust, Walz (6) and Rosebo-
in iionmai ii.ki. wn. a.
BOSTON. Mav 16 fllPiPert "uu """.":
beXenUgfenn V? ,ha (Second Game) V
Deen reported to American nfnnt.i nnn nnn, m . n
League headquarter, for possible Buffalo" 40? 5o I OOxio to 2
aiscipiinary action for tqssing. Kinn riavlaiiit u a
boro; craddock and Astroth. LP:
Kipo, HR: Easter. -. ;
Detroit Tigers, it was disclosed
Williams, angry at his faU faU-ure
ure faU-ure to get a hit in his first ap appearance
pearance appearance at the plate, threw
his bat In disgust toward the
Red Sox dugout.
First base umnlre Frank Tn.
bacchl said the incident was in
vioiauon oi a recent directive
from League President' Will Har Har-ridge.
ridge. Har-ridge. The directive ordered um umpires
pires umpires to report all bat fllnirlnir hv
Tabacchl said William ecmld
be fined or reprimanded.
Williams had one hit in tils
four trips to the plate as the Red
Sox beat the Tigers 11-8, He foul fouled
ed fouled out in the fourth Inning, filed
to centerflelct, singled sharply
to right, was walked intention.
ally and then grounded out.
Williams followed an but hat
flinging episode with a blast at
newsmea in the Red Sox dress
ing room. v
of writers were talking
with catcher Haywood Sullivan
who bad been cut from the Sox
squaa as tne dub reached the 25
: "Look out" what yen tell
them," Williams said, as be
combed his hair in front of a
snirrer. They'll twist it around
to foul it mp
Havana r 000 080 1012 7-0
Richmon'd f 000 111 OOx 3 7 0
Amor, cueuar (7) and Izquier
do, Garcia (7); Bethel, James
(9) and ChltL WP: BetheU, LP
Amor. HR's: Alvarez, ChlU.
gartes played in the Interhatlon
al League this year, the Miami
Marllns today are right back la'v
the thick of the pennant fight.: f J
The Marlins, who manr
thought were beginning to fade,
streak, using;, five pitchers and :
coming from behind twice last fr
night to trip the Columbus Jets,
10-9. and remain mnneriin tn t.h ''
Richmond Virginians, who also
won. r fJ
The Vees. eked out n s.'uIa-
tpry over Havana. Buffalo swept
two from Montreal 3-2 n.
while Toronto and- Rochester
were rained out In other league
Trailing 4-0. the Marllna eh a. :
ed Columbus starter Don Kilduo
with a six-run seventh frame.,
The Jets answered back with
five markers, in the bottom of
the eighth and Miami, closed the
see-saw struggle with a four-rua
ninth to give Dick Bunker,. ce
third Miami pitcher, his second '-'
triumph. Ed Burtschy,- -.who
pitched tnei ninth inning, for
Columbus, was the loser. . 4.
Miami 000 000 604-10 10 J
Columbus 103 000 050 9 12 1
Conlev. Majion (71. RnrVs. at
Anderson (9): Semproch (9) and
Mccuiiougn, orasso (9); Klldoo
Donoso (7). Burtschv S) and
Kravita. WP: Bunker. LP: Burts Burts-chy.
chy. Burts-chy. HR: Sullivan. j
NEW YORK. May 16 (TTP I
Victors In on of the wildest
Williams, according to the
newsmen, started out from the
club house, charred his mind
and then approached one of the
r:. .1. ise.
Z .BANK,! S1254
Jean Servals in
DU BiFTFI CHEZ LES
Wv Also: -
LES 8 A HIT'S VOVT
IN f '
R I O
GUN A LITE
WUk Jay HoDkins' death at S3
tSere is, of eoune, some question
about the future of tbe Internation
al Golf Associstioa and tbe Inter-i
national Tophj Play and the Ca
nada cup International Invitation
batches. But Frank Pace Jr.. "If you were-10 inches taller
who succeeds Hopkins as prestd-i and 10 years younger, rd belt the
eut of U General Dynamics Cor- hell out of you," Williams was
potation, once played in the t'mt-1 quoted. Williams snapped that
ed States Amateur Championship newsmen should be barred from
ara rercaini as emnnniftu- about :enway rmrc.
Sou as was bu luustnous prede
EAT ALL THE SHRIMP
- YOU VAHT!
For Just 'biYbuVcil
Keep Right On Going
From 6:30 p.m. lo 2 -m.;
9i's SlVihnp VUqlti
To OwT New Orchcslra
and bia Orchestra
- Also: -GO"
As V.ofn strides. 1!"
')! '-flrt-: pn tnl? tar t
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Miwjm To Deled Heavyweight Crown For Independent Groups
i-waiaiy .n nam: Mtwp;'::
Non-1 BC Boxer
TPwvrf VW4'rr?TSl-The fanama Area Armed Forces tennis 1 inals were, held' Sunday afternoon at the -Wth Naval District
TENNIS TfNALISTi-ane Manama the finals Army Private Al Kuhn, from Fort Amador, defeated Army Captain Chap Chap-Courts,
Courts, Chap-Courts, For Amador Canal Zone In the wltluArmy Master Sergeant Chris
lain) Francis R, J'fffJS&SShlP.f defeating dommander Richard A. Sexton, USN. and Lieu Lieu-Castaneda
Castaneda Lieu-Castaneda the doubJe nnal Rear Admlral
tenant (ig) IWymond Nesblt District, presented championship and runner-up trophies to the five
' ..: : hmi. nrA ifter another (Just wanted to see H
?u SS KstYXsum KstYXsum-if
if KstYXsum-if Billy Graham's' crusade against hJgdS'i series. Ren Ren-me?
me? Ren-me? tonight's rassllng -.jtaam wlll end toe G ft maJor ara
nalssance.of the, ancient slam XnXen0n" Last three shows
is an putstanding : htp;jrn5SSni- aeUoutei. Appar.
An tK huffft. EiKhthAve. arena were w v neople.
ently oboTd likes these strange en
'vRAtf !EASONNo--ltelllng whfia
lKTuSkl ftataJ There's potti
irereratfon Tor' a-spinal
1 eames last season and was sidttlned tnrougw"b" m0st. "That
wk Vhen the Red
Xthe;cutlery department. ,
' a fAmAr r.lt.v
with a conf dentlal 1 tnemo Don t W ov ro
staffer, currently doing
favors tnis aeparwuei"
K. Grates (Ha. Ha.) ;;,...., 84
E. McArthur (LGA) ......... 97
J. Malen (LGA) j,. ...... 98
j, paaron .wtniew ... .. w
J. Wesolek (Hq. Ha.). 95
A. Husted (LGA) .,.i..?0
B. Carlln (CNPL) 92
L. Jones 4(LGA1.: ,.,..... 89
1A. Lund, (.LGA) v . 4
It; Qstrea.' (CNPLii r. ,77
j; pesojod (?NPUm.l...itf
Stewart; (Hoy Hq. -'85
M. Lane t (CNPL) k ......' 90
JB. Newman 4TB) 70
G. Kosik (CNPL); i. . . 84
A; Roth (Hq.'Hq.) 82
J. Sprague (TB) or
C. Welty (TB) 87
D. Rosa (Hq, to Hq.) 89
! vv r ? 1 ifi'EPARTMENT LEADERS
K. GRATES (Hq. & Hq. 20th Infantry)
.&i?wgyu25 apcuoWr. SSSpS:
OlVWemiM-WTZ-- Bold Ruler Is tumtag out to be a
-probremtolt.EvenMr. Ftta ;canj ; be ""'f f pTeJptai
Suf hlsbcst Monday thf demted rby "vom v i.
for the Preakness, ran with bllnxers ior ine -pntUrkv clas-
out ol fairway to get them all fouled up.
THE JfcOGCE'S BADGE" Wha do bUriers do for a horse?
Mostly theykeep Of mind on his business and help to prevent
Sim from running wide at the turns. Bold Ruler has been
wming enoSKdTis tendency to run out is attributed to a
Teniitive mouUi Eddie'AXcaro's criticism Is that once the Ruler
cltehes a horse, he thinks the Job is done, then starts to loaf,
wrremember'when blinkers were called the "Rogue-, Badge ''
Sy mean-timpered -horses ran In them, and such Jis er
considered extremely hazardous investments In recent years.
toSugh" blinkers have practically become standard equipment.
Ivea the steward weat-thenu -,..v ; ; :
imv uAEin a wire from Mr. Baseball Bible:
Tom Sunkel left-hander, who pitched for, the card Giants
nd Dodgers? also had only one eye and be enjoyed fair suc success."
cess." success." From 37 through '44. Sunkel was In games won 9,
lost 15. Rocky Marciano and his old trainer, Charley Goldman,
nave collaborated on a book, titled, of all things, 'Boxing and
Body Building." Dave Fulti, who formed the first baseball play play-rs'.'fraternity
rs'.'fraternity play-rs'.'fraternity (1912) is much too 111 In Florida. FulU played
with the Yankees when they were the Highlanders and before
that was a campus hero At Brown. -.. ,,
AND IJi CLOSING Chicago looks fdr the eontrove'rslal
Ronnie Knox to become the Bears' No. 1 quarterback this year.;
Joseph Quinn of Flushing takes pen In hand: "I defy any big
leaguer to throw a spitbsul without using slippery elm, and still
ret a snarp nreas. or cup to tne pr-cn. u simpiy cn v dc uonc
Pacific Softball League,
FINAL OFFICIAL LEAGUE LEADERS:
' BATTING (Based on 83 "at bats)J '.
MFW V O R K fTTPl Cus
D'Amato, manager of heavyweight
champion Floyd Patterson, ''an ''announced
nounced ''announced today thaU Emil Lence
Af TirwiL-1 vn wnnlri nrnmotn Pat
terson's first defense of the' title
outUooi s in New, York this sum summer.
. IVAmntn'r unnnimrammt was
the final definite break-away from
ihe International tioxing ciuo.
D'Amato announced also that
Pnttprdr.n' OApnnrt fight would be
promoted by Jack Hurley of Se
attle,; wis., it ne reiaineu nn
crown if the first defense.
(..After that. Patterson' defenses
would be open t. promoters. ny
. 1 . I .u LIhL
place in ine couniry aim iue iuku iuku-est
est iuku-est bidder would stage them,
Concerning the challenger for
the first fight, D'Amato said:
"H the top contenders reiuse
to fight Patterson tor tne utie,
undert he terms offered them -by
Lence and later by other promot-
T .. :.i r til .L.I. mU,m
ers, mej wm ionn mci ngnio
to tha ulle shot . I
D'Amato apparently was aiming!
at Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson, i
the top ccntender, whose manager
has indicated he might pass up
the title shot and fight second
ranking Eddie Machen for promot
er Jim Norris a me in orris guar
antee was bigger,.- I
Lippe Bretdbart, pilot oi top
contender Jackson, said today,
"The Hurricane is the biggest
attraction in boxing add he'll
fight for the higheot bidder bidder-title
title bidder-title shot or 0" title shot. If
fight for "the highest bidder bidder-guarantee
guarantee bidder-guarantee tor outdoor fight
with rdrtiA Machen this sum-
! mer, well take Machen." ;
clno.KTnrH und hlfl IRC no
longer have Yankee Stadium and
Polo Grounds v under exclusive
rnntmnt for fitrhts. the Patter
son defense "might bo made at
one of -tnose paries in iaietjune
or' early July, V
I n-5 IW,IMW n"-- j j I
...:o:::::::Wi: v:::':, . ff
' v'V -,'
,' A ,yJi j
I vsr 'I .'.
Abe Lund (Lou Glud Agency) 8
Abe Lund (Lou "Glug-Agency) 23
McNalr Lane (CN) ........ 17
Murohv Descant rHn 11
Lou Hllzinger (LGA) 9'
Fritz Chenev fLGA) o
Bob Newman (TB) 8,
Red Keith (B B.) 6
'' 176 1
McNalr Lane XC.N.PX-r ERA. 1.792
rri Wot Strike-outs J
Lou Hllzinger (LGA) Ji
Henry A. Clark
Lou tNova Loses Rematch -J
With Shakespeare; Claims
Decision Oyer itteireonx
sy oscau fALeY
- NEW YORK (UP) Lou Nova
lost 'a rmtch' with Shakespeare
today hot claimed a decision over
world heavyweight champion
As osaa!, he knocked himself out
"In nv day,'
The Highwayman," and Alfred
Noyes would sever have written
ii nriiova vm m i a.
I "V ,. ue SBSPI-
icion that it was coine. to b "art.
-.A" .... J
. u iu prrin session Th
... .... . .ftwn. um w. BuvcrueofciM
PHnf KTV Art, .f TIP") Tues
day night's j scheduiea 0-x 0 una
bout between heavy weighti Zora
Folley of cnanaier, Ariz, ana
Koio (Duke) Sabedong of Honolu Honolulu
lu Honolulu was called off because 'of, illi
ness to Sabedong. ', 1
KNOXVILLE, Tcnn. (UP)f-Ten'-
nessee Coach Bowden wyatt ana
three of his assistants will leave
for Frankfurt, Germany in June
to conduct a series of footall cli clinics
nics clinics for Army personnel. Wyatt
will be accompanied by Dick Hitt,
Ralph Chancey and John Bailey.
f NEW YORK'XUP) Brendan
Mrr.ann nf Rrooklvn.1 caDtain of
last season's St, Bonaventure Col-,
lege basketball team, became the
first new player to sign with the
New York Knickerbockers Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. McCann, a 6-2 backcourt ace,
averaged 11.8 points per game
last season ana 16 points me pre preceding
ceding preceding season.
GREEN BAY, Wis. (UP) -Vito
R.ha Pnrilii nften mentioned as
"trado bait," has signed his 1957
contract with the Green Bay Pack
ers. Panlu ts tne ioun u r e e n
Bay quarterback under contract
with one almost certain to go. The
others are Tobin Rote, Bart Starr,
a rookie last season, and Paul
Hornung of Notre Dame.
Hoadr Fraser Cop
ROME. Italy (UP) Australia's 1
Lew Hoad and Neale Fraser,
cained a : measure of revenge in
the Roine lnternation tennis
championship by walking off with.
the Men's doubles championship.
Ousted during the early round,
f the men's singles, Hoad and
Fraser xsme back Tuesday t de-J
feat the Italian Drvis Cup team of
Mcola pietrangee 'ana ynanao
Sirola. 6-U 6-8, 64, 6-2, in he do
bles final :" j '.
b jHi-r ue resistance was hv hea irt his own countryman.
a rood ynamne rsrtner.
me. it s tougher on tne
ltrtKt rinK than it rver wa on the ctDTag.
moisture is. sufficient to execute the illegal delivery. And Ashley! This is primarily because Nova
Cole, chairman of the racing commission, notifies us that not je5f ,t),w. "B twt
i- k.. h. r-t.ii.... i w w.i . j.. rreestvle elocutionist.
4m Kmm Vnrlr Hut tnkn iwlnt.. Iw.ki 11...U l .t4n I
IbiiMil VM. f-1.1 1 .
ilih!ghwavn,,c WU. He skipped a
recognized as the man who created it.
- r,.. .. v .in; auppva i
phantom rope over the moon mnA
truly ofching, pulled to Arthur
Docovan complete to the 10 count
as the bandido bowed out
; IUMID ON IAIN
- -4 rvrvv Rm widoubreMy sent most of
,Tl'If,i way.'! d the man
E"ZrrZZWX:n PrIi dramatic oualitv
w - wnen ne ioae
, i g vwtt HUT UWU.
peopte, fu,hky Jsckson, on. !d,w to aeno-n liil Z.
the eaiuincww crnics ob nana,. ..n.. v, ,w. ...
that night and ,.
rmmtpd th bouse
nnitiiftl defiantly that
Nova' cOTkm't kept the crowd
that small at Madison Square Gar Garden."
den." Garden." ...
True 7vSif H Cl
tt C ".
lions v ere chirtrirtg?"
, If this Us rn. be mr ut.
-My- -' h tfVasd. T
You hive to go back t that
point a-d think that "if Nora
hKif'f brei r.; nf- h tw fon T(V
Giusemje Merlo. -. 8-2. 6-4, while
Thelma faig of Australia and
Luis Ayala f Chile turned hack
Shirley JUowne rof Kngland and
Bob Howt of Austraua, e-i, in
Ihe'mufd double final.
Road Racing Banned
In Ifaly-For Resl.; ;
Of Current Year ;
. ROM's, Italy (UP) All
romcbil and mrycl ,rad
races In Italy thi yar have
ktacn cinttlM an aftermath aftermath-4
4 aftermath-4 last Sunday's traaic Mill Mk
ffia t rac. '-..'
Officials f Ht HsUan Auta Auta-mabil
mabil Auta-mabil CkA and ffca ItaKsn Ma Ma-tor
tor Ma-tor rye !a FdrtitM issued
ioirw ttaf iwswt Twasday night
ivturcr9 thair decisions ta
vpmd th races. -'
A storm a criticism fallawad
Sunday' race s which 13 Pr Pr-tons
tons Pr-tons kiMad. Inctudino Span
ish t AHonsa dt Pc--
- -.-.n cad'!r, t
tf L t. V s.
NO PICTURES, -PLEASE This fourrweek-old colt decided he needed no publicity; when
KTie TamM.r M.r.ii Kinni(k him nut fni mnt ii rM.tftlf in flf Nnrnq' Snrintf Hill Farm in
Miami. Norris, the boxing boss, has started to develop his racing interests on a
. . ptom Califohnia
New "Silk Look" SUITS
SPORT COATS for men
It's time the two of you got together
, You and this masterpiece of real bourbon are
sure to be the best of friends for many yeara
to come. Today's a fine time to make the ao
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V 1 '.- 'I I
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""HE MANAMA AMERICAN .AN INDEPENDENT DAILY JTEWSPAPER
TiaX53AT, riAV 18, 13:7
MONTHLY INVESTMENT PLAN!
Ai little as 10 a month! tcUtuUbfl JjWxU
Or a much s you wish r.o.Hwt san 'toLa-Toei
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
' i' t
FOR JrJFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR RENT: Room, bath bathroom
room bathroom ami kitchen. Moderate
rant. Second St. No. 4, Parque
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive
' aatitffing vacations, Santa
Clara Beach. Shrapnal't fur.
nished houses. Phono Balboa'
PHILLIPS ttceanslde Cottagos
Santa Clara. Box .1890 Pana--'
ma, R. do P. Phono Panama
: 3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apart apart-,
, apart-, monts at Santa Clara Boaeh,
' Talophono Smith, Balboa 3611.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and lama
beach houia. Ona mil pas Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Results and league standings -follow:
Air r -a r J
Portland 2, Sacramento 0
. San Francisco & Los Angeles 5
Hollywood 2, Seattle 0
(No other games scheduled)
Holly wood .
Los Angeles ..
W L Pet
21 12 .636
20 12 .625
19 14 .576
19 15 .559
19 16 .543
17 18 .486
10 21 .323
8 25 .242
Results and the standings fol fol-lojfe
lojfe fol-lojfe jiK. Paul at Denver
Indianapolis 15, Charleston 0
Vlchita 3, Louisville 1
Omaha 6, Minneapolis 0
Wlthita .. ..
Opjjha . . j
IU II .oo
ish Will Give
a To Russian
e Of Turncoat
fWNG KONG, May 16 (UP)
Cfitisli authorities will issue a
ia. to the Russian wife of Amer American,
ican, American, turncoat Samuel Hawkins
ohe-mav come to Hong Kong
nd apply for permission to join
FTS'WUns in the United States, it
eas announced today.
Hawkins was one of 23 Ameri Ameri-un
un Ameri-un soldiers who elected to re remain
main remain in Communist China after
Korea War service. He later re repented
pented repented and returned to his home
in Oklahoma City, Okla., in Feb February.
ruary. February. A Honp Kong government
spokesman said the British Em Embassy
bassy Embassy in Peiping had been au authorized
thorized authorized tu issue a visa to Hawk Hawk-Ins'
Ins' Hawk-Ins' Russian wife, Tanya, who re remained
mained remained in Peiping.
v A requiem mint for the re re-'jMte
'jMte re-'jMte o the aeule f the late Asa Asa-riah
riah Asa-riah T. Graham will be held to to-tnorrew
tnorrew to-tnorrew morning at i e'clock at
St. Christopher's Church m Per Per-que
que Per-que Lefevre.
Airy, modern 3 bedroom, 2
bathroom apartment, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, maid's room- with
bath, hot water, garage.
1151.00. CaU 2-0321, business
SVa sdways have A complete
stock of Perfection Kerosene
Stoves and replacement parts
26109 Central. Calidonia
CALLS TILL 10:00 pan.
(AH work guaranteed)
ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one i bedroom, hot
water, $62.50. J. F. do la Ossa
Avenue Riqui Building, facing
Firestone. Phone 2-3331.'
FOR RENT: Furnished a.
partments on Via Porras, No.
120, overlooking SAS commis commissary,
sary, commissary, beside Roosevelt Thea
tre. Telepono 3-5024.
FOR lENTr Twp bedroom
apartment, living-dining room,
all conveniences. Via Brazil
No. 139,; ground floor. Phone
FOR RENT: Completely
furnished apartment, two bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, kitchen, living dining
room, hot water, garage; very
cool. Call 2-0326 from 8:30 a.m.
to 12:30 or 3-1960 from 1:00 to
FOR RENT:. Completely
furnished apartment, North A A-merican,
merican, A-merican, neighbors, regular
transportation,- $50., the best
for this price. Phono 3-0471.
Will Report Today
On Border Dispute
WASHINGTON, May 16 (UP)
The Council of the Organization
of American States (OAS) is
scheduled to meet at 4 p.m. today
-0 hei.r .'hi- repart from the live
nation OAS fact finding commis
sion that temporarily settled the
Hondura'i-N.'caraguan border dis
The commission headed by OAS
Ambassador Kicardo M. Arias ui
Panama spent eight days last
week hurrying between Managua
and Tegucigalpa in order to avoiu
an all-out shooting war. heven
.704 soldiers were killed and approxi approxi-.630
.630 approxi-.630 mately 50 wounded On both sides
in skirmishes before the pe a c e
ct) m mission-'won1 r eeafefir
v ' I
Last night Arias and the other
OAS Ambassadors from the com-
mission, Eduardo Augusto Cardia
of Argentina, John C. Dreier of
the United States, Luis Guintani Guintani-11a
11a Guintani-11a of Mexico, and Victor Andra-
de of Bolivia drew up the final
draft of the report.
Although the resort has n o t
been made public, it was learned
that neither Nicaragua nor Hon
duras will be tagged as an "ag
gressor. Each country charged
the other with aggression when the
council met la emergency session
May 2 and appointed the f a c t t-findjng
findjng t-findjng commission to do an "on-the-scene"
study of the dispute.
GROTON, Conn., May 16 (UP (UP-The
The (UP-The USS Skate, the first hunt and-kill-type
atomic submarine to be
built, slipuw '-ft. the baptismal
waters of the Thames River todav
to become a part of what will bf
"the most powerful fleet ever, as assembled."
sembled." assembled." Smaller than either of her. nu
clear-powered predecessors,'" the
Nautilus and Seawolf. the Skate
was christened by Mrs. Louis B.
Straus, wife of the chairman of the
Atomic Energy Commission.' r
Waiting tugs in the river fielded
the hull and towed it to a nearby
wet dock where the SKate will be
fitted w th is reactor.
UNITED STATES Of AMEKICA
' Canal Zom
VmUt4 Mmtm District Caart Tm Th
Dtotrlct of The Canal Xmmm
In the Matter of th Adoption- of
tobrt Dana Aivarex Jimenei. a minor
under the ace of 14 vra, va. Carmen
Aivarex Jimencs, Defendant No. 44SS
To. ; V
Carasen Ahrarea Jimenei
Yoa er herebjr reouired to appear
before the United Stater District Court
for th District of the Canal Zone. Di Division
vision Division of Balboa, at the Courtroom
thereof, in Ancon. Canal Zone, on the t
day of July. 1SST. at S o'clock in the
forenoon of that dav. then and there to
how cause. If any you have, why Rob Robert
ert Robert Winkler and Hellen Elizabeth Win.
klor should not proceed with the hear hear-ins
ins hear-ins of their petition for the adoption
of th above named minor, and for the
chanee of hit nam to Robert Dana
Wltnaa. the Honorable Guthrie t.
Crowe. Judec United State District
Court for the District of th Canal Zen.!
mis z ear et Apru 1S57
C. T. aScCeraiiek. Jr, -Clerk,
y e Xeto E. Harrises
. Carmen Alvarez Jimenei
The fsrecoens cttatwa H served Dp Dp-)
) Dp-) you by puMicatioa pursuant to the
order vt th Honorable Guthrie F.
Crow Mae, United State District
Court for th District of the Canal,
Zoo, dated the B a of April, 1SS7.
and entered and filed k thai action hv
the offic of the Clerk of the Untied
State Dwtrirt Coart DlvWon. of Bl-
boa. a th 2S dy of April. 157.
C. T. IseCsrastrk, Jr, k
Clerk Ml (Vusn.
LEAVE VOUR AD WITH ONE OK OUB 'AGENTS OB OUE OPriCES AT IS-S7 "H"-STREET, PANAMA LIBRERIA PKEC1ADO T Street No. IS 0) AGENCIA'
INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONKS No. J Lottery Plaia, CASA, ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY 182 La Carrasquilla e FARMACIA' LOM
BARDO No M "B" Street MORRISON 4th of Jul Ave. i J SL LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoll No. 4 FABMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS 148 Central Av
FARMACIA LUX 184 Central Avenue
VA.n-iiui-jis-w bit eei no. m a
the Bella Vlita Theatre. :
FOR SALE: Convertible i
Cadillac 1951 with radio, white
wall tiro and A-l condition
, throughout for only $1,500.00. v
For further Information call (
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 3-1141 1
or 3-3341. After 5 p.m. 3-3069.
FOR SALE: Pontiac Station
Wagon 1951 Hydramatie, radio
$550.00. Tel. 82-3167 or 84-2139.
FOR SALE: Give oway C
price, selling Hudson 51 f our
door sedan, with hydramatie.
Can be aeon at Rodolag-new
building San Grogorio, Ave.
Juste Arosemena. As it is $295.
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac 4
door sedan, $375.00 cash. House
502-A Ancon Tel. 2-1321.
FOR SALE: 1947, 4 door
Buick new inside radio, runs
well, reworked, bargain.' Call
FOR SALE: '53 Austin .con .convertible,
vertible, .convertible, excellent condition,'
27,000 miles, 2172-A Curundu.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet,
210, 4-door hardtop, two fono,
power glide. $1,875.00. Can bo
financed. R. C. Sergoant. Ball
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth-.,
cranbrook, 4-door sedan, ex-.
cedent condition. 4 now tires,
radio, $650. Leaving for States.
One owner. House 201 -B Gatun
FOR SALE: Two Hillman
Station Wagons, low mileage,
exceptionally good buys. 1954
models. For information call
Tel. 3-4568, I a.m. 12 noon
FOR SALE: 1955 Bel-Air
Chevrolet hardtop, radio, heat heater,
er, heater, automatic shift, other ex
tras, $1,570. Phone Balboa 2 2-3501.
3501. 2-3501. House 6349 Los Rios.
FOR SALE; 1952 Do Soto,' 4
door fully equipped, $650.00 or
best ofer. Mr,- Groto, Leve Leve-nines..
nines.. Leve-nines.. 94951-deVtb OOVt
FOR SALE: -Xrnsf Plymouth:
Plata 4 door sedan. Autome
tie transmission ocellent con condition.
dition. condition. 17,000 miles. Will con consider
sider consider older -car in trade,' Call
FOR SALE: 1953 English
Vanguard standard. Good con condition.
dition. condition. For information Tel. 2 2-2930.
2930. 2-2930. Bargain.
FOR SALE: 1953 Monterrey
Mercury;, 20,000 original miles
four new WSVt tires. Well
maintained '.Exceptional buy;
Last opportunity. .$995.00. Call
Balboa 2-1377.' 1 v,
Gibraltar f Ife Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-0532
TRANSPORT!! BAXTER. S A.
Packers Ship pert Movers
2.2451 2 2562
learn Ridis at
PANAMA RIDINfi SCHOOL
Rtdisfl Or JemeiiMj Clasaaa daihy
i to S P.m. Pbeae 2-2451
or be apsoiatmant.
-Sits Tow nm dswa-
BODT -i EEDTJCIMG
SfcLevy SSachwea. ataamt
team Beta amie as fc
tiedlcsl sent, srtk srsesa.
SO A, issto Aiamaina S-ZZI',
Dr. ecBOU. trasssd Chlropsdist
$95.00 to $150.00
' Sp'.Doicn. Payment
Easy Payment Plan
' TeL l-2:i
Tivjli Ave. 18-71
e' HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE 4. Fo- aa
amai,ia ax. naiuiwu-ran no Lelevre
. r .' riv
. MOTORAL SALES 4 SER SER-VICE
VICE SER-VICE SHOP OFFICERS THE
LARGEST STOCK OF TUBES
AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA RADIOS
DIOS RADIOS AND 'T.Vv ,SETS ON
THE ISTHMUS. INVERSIO INVERSIO-NES
NES INVERSIO-NES GENERALES, AUTO AUTOMOBILE
MOBILE AUTOMOBILE ROW No. 38.
FOR SALE;. Beam antenna
15-20 meters "Johnson" both 3
elements, $150.00; millon VFO N
exciter, power supply, $30.00;
HI Volt transformer 1000-1500
Volt, 1 KW. $15.00; various
prts priced for quick tale.
See at house 8228-A, Margari-
ta. Phono 3-2895 for informa information.
tion. information. FOR SALE: Is the. heat
wave getting yeu? We have
room airconditionera for home
and office, all alios. Generous
credit facilities. Muebleria Ca Ca-sa
sa Ca-sa Sparton, Central Ave. No.
FOR SALE: Practically new
relaxcisor $200.; boy's 24" bike
$30.00; Sunbeam "frypan" $15.
Call Panama 3-3347.
FOR SALE: 8J eu. ft.,
Philco deep freeze, $125.00,
Washer, Thor,. semi-automatic
$50.00. Piano upright, good
condition, $100.00. Dehumidify Dehumidify-or
or Dehumidify-or with automatic timer, $100. $100.-Call
Call $100.-Call 86-5287. Albrook.
FOR SALE: Deepfreeze 9.2
u. ft. $135.00; G.E. washer
deluxe automatic $175.; Singer
sewing machine $45.00. mis mis-cellaneous
cellaneous mis-cellaneous furniture. Albrook
, DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211; CRISTOBAL, C.t
FREEr weeltt old kittens
Houf e 794-B ;Balbea. Telv Bal-
boo 2192, .V ir- ;
CHICAGO. May It (ITPY A
grieving mother foreave a teens e-
ed neighbor boy for- slaying her 2-
year-oia oaugnter because he has
The boy. Lawrence Madseh. 14.
sobbed, convulsively Tuesday
when authorities said at a prelim preliminary
inary preliminary hearing he would be charg charged
ed charged with murder in the strangula
tion deach of blonde, little Lise
Madsen admitted he lured the
infant imo a basement den Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon, choked her with a
necktie and buried her face down
in a shallow grave under the en enclosed
closed enclosed porch of their home.
A coroner's Inquest into the
slaying waa scheduled for today,
but Madsen was not expected
to attend. Authorities said they
planned psychiatric test for the
youth, who blemed "an urge te
kill" for the murder.
The mother of the victim. Mrs.
Tnffpr Jnrosnapn 9A uiKa m in
this country only 18 months ago
from her native Norway, sought
to comfort Maden'i grandmother
at luesday nearing.
Madsen, illegitimate and moth motherless,
erless, motherless, lived with his grandmoth
2 Italian river
3 Maned beast'
1 Hardy type
13 Goddess of
14 Winged V
II Arrive (sb.)
island i v"
22 Yugoslav city
! A gardener
takes pride la
what he kas
t Century plant
23 Mia (haft hut
J4 Property item
24 Fish sauce
12 Land parcel
S Folding bed
1 f p f I ; FFT1 HI f h
, 1 r- -;. r--
. j- j Hs- r
f -r !i H is
5 irr 3-
liXl tj fTL 1
it Garden tool
42 River islet
43 Oriental coin
' mountains ;
52 River (Sp.)
as soaks flax
ST Bird's borne
St Scottish riv er
la Osm Ave. No. 41 e FOTO DOMT Juste
T Street ) FABMAvJA aA2l vie ram m o) fivvuiauu aiiua nesun
a ,t- i
FOR SALE: Mahogany var
nity with stool,, hand carved
. liquor cabinet, dining and Hv.
ng room, many other pieces
of furniture, carvod Chinese
chest, automatic ironing ma ma-chine
chine ma-chine "Glediron'V 40 cycles,
Ascot water heater, bookcase,
chest of drawers, Tappan gas
stove, everything In excellent .,
condition, uwner leaving; tan.
Tel. 3-0932 or 2-3012. i ;-
FOR SALE: w Westinghouso
Laundromat s $80.00 and Elee-.
trie Servel automatic (comaker
$350.00. Phone Amador 5193 or
FOR SALE: 9 pc. .mahog .mahogany
any .mahogany Rattan living room, 1 Hi Hi-Fi
Fi Hi-Fi Silvtrfone 60 cycle. Edifi Edifi-cie
cie Edifi-cie Carbonoll Via Espana 834
FOR SALE: -- Westinghouso
refrigerator S.5. cu. Ft. frost
free, like new, new .40 cycle
unit. One year guarantee $155. $155.-Margarita
Margarita $155.-Margarita 3-3213. :
FOR SAL E : Kenmore wring wring-Or
Or wring-Or type washing machine, 60
cycle.. 530, Call Curundu 5214.'
FOR SALE :; New Westing Westinghouso
houso Westinghouso refrigerator, new elec electric
tric electric radio clock, washing ma machine,
chine, machine, record player Ihree
speed'v (all oO cycles) House
S024D Margarita.., 4
FOR SAL E : 1 Westinghouso
t. Deluxe clothes dryer..' (60 cy cy-'
' cy-' cle) $150.00. Pumont two doer
console cabinet 21" T.V. (60
cycles) $150.00. Frlgidaire Ta Table
ble Table top electric range. (6Q cy cycler
cler cycler $75.00; Sanitary refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator 25 cycle $50.00.; dinette set
$50.00. .Mm ray 26" bicycle $15.
Lowboy console' radio 60 cycle
$25.00. Apt. 1-A New Cristobal,
Phone 3-1531. ; v
FOR SALE: Sewing mi mi-.
. mi-. chine,. 25 or 60 cycle; refriger refrigerator
ator refrigerator furniture. Soiling eut,
Balboa 2-4139. House 0776 K,
Williamson Place, Balboa.
ing Her Daughter
er, Mrs. Maren Madsen, 62, on
the first floor of a north side
apartment. The Jorgensens lived
on the third floor of the building.
"Don t blame yourself,?' Mrs.
Jorgensen told the weeping' older
woman. "Dont cry. It's an illr
ness. He was so nice. They'll take
good care of him. We'll have an another
other another daughter sometime."
Mrs. Madsen repeated over and
over, "I can't understand it. That
poor-little-girl," x V-ry-
Madsen himself could1 shed no
light on the killing. r. v
The boy said he found Lise sit sitting
ting sitting on the back stairs crying
when he came home from school.
He invited her to- the dark b a s e-
ment to listen to records. :
"She was sitting on the- bed,"
Madsen told police,- "and all at
once I -walked over and grabbed
a tie. r tied the tie In a knot. She
didn't say anything.
"She didn't make any noise. All
I remember is her turning ; b 1 u e
and falling back over the bed, I
just looked at her or something."
The boy stripped Lise's clothes
from her body and then scooped
out a grave with a garden trowel
and went upstairs to do his home homework.
work. homework. ' .- ',.
Answer to Previous Puiile
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EuII "SEE 31
' J Soothsayer
28 Reverberate .'
., 31 Lubricate
41 Strong J
44 Difficult ;
- 45 Athena -4
- 49 Not as much
- SO Drunkards
; S3 Anger
30 Female saints
- 32 Made
j disorderly V
38 Garden r
Aroemen Ave. and 33 St O FABMACIA
T.V, SERVICE PAST EF'
' PHONE U.S. TELEVISION 2-
The est dinners and drinks
are served In our modern air.
conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel International "Pie
i a S do Mayo. v
Variely flight :
Set For Sunday
The USO-JWB win nresent its
monthly; Variety Night on Sunday
at o p.m. ...,
Featured billin r soes to the
String Busters, which have been
featured in j ) every outstanding
place of entertainment in the
zone, on different army post end
A new discovery will be present
ed in tbt form of Miss Vera Ben
nett, whose pleasant Voice has
been heard in local I productions
such as -f"The Lowland Seas"
and "'Finian's Rainbow."j Miss
Bennett is a student at Balboa
Five young ladies, the Tropical
Tones, who were a big hit at last
month's Variety Nite, will return
to sing. y:
One old timer on the program,
Bill Hele, and a newcomer, Don
Randel, will also be presented.
Bill plays the harmonica, and Don
the piano, accordion and trum
pet, in addition to; other instru instruments.
ments. instruments. Sovief-Sfyle
; WARSAW,May 18 (UPD Polish
liberal" Communist f leadet.Wla
dyslaw-' Gomulka declared .today
that Sov let-style com munism. : is
not necessarily desirable or ac
ceptahle to other countries even
with the excesses of Stalinism e-
Gomuiv-a, leader of Poland's
"October revolution" against So
viet control last year, spoke to the
first full convention of the. Polish
Communist Party Central Committee-
since he returned to lead leadership.
ership. leadership. .-:
He said the "cult of the' indi
vidual ( Stalinism caused many
wrongs and distortions but in spite
of all this it is not this cult that
ist he characteristic feature of
the Russian road to sociliasm."
"For it is possible," he contin
ued, "to ask a simple question:
If the Soviet Union, on its road
to socialism. ..had avoided-the dis
ease (of Stalinism) would then the
Russian 'road to socialism have
been acceptable to all other coun
tries In the world?
. "And. what is more important
would it have been necessary for
"Probably not," he said in an
swer to ms nrsi question. ana
certainly not, in reply to the
The party leaders were called
into session to make crucial de decision
cision decision on how to please both East
and West and keep Poles happy
at the same time. During the next
four day? they must decide wheth
er to move closer to Moscow or
Washington or to get as firmly in
tne miuoje as pussiuic. ; ,
Jones .Boys Tengle
VilhHY Yankees ;
In Hight.Club : :
NEW YORK, May 16 (UP) The
Jones boys tangled with the New
York Yankees in a asannattan
niaht club early today. Leonard
Jones told police thst outfielder
Hsnk Bauer socked his brother,
Edwin, 42, a 'delicatessen own owner,
er, owner, was taken to Roosevelt Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital with a broken nose and a pos possible
sible possible jaw fracture.
Detectives said the injuret man
had told them he didn't know who
hit him. He was to be ejuestioned
further 4 about hie b r 0 1 n e r's
charge.. .". : : -.
PoUceSsid four members' of tiie
Yankee team. Bauer. Buly Martin,
and two others believed to be
catcher Yogi Berra and pitcher
Whitev Ford, were- celebrating
Martin s birthday at a Copacaoa-
na Night Club table. The Jiati
men and one or more companions
were "table hopping" in the club,
police said, and bal been asked
several times by the management
te sit down.
When the ball dI avers cot tro to
lesve about 2:25 a.m., police, said.)
the Jones party followed them toj
the eight flub lobby to ta'k. Wit-;
.es said one of twe J"- r---
- an arc---1 y." 1
CONCESSIONAIRE to take ev ever;
er; ever; kitchen in popular Canal
Zone Club. Must be all-round
chef. Good proposition for'
right person. For interview ;
Call Balboa 2-1414.
WANTED: Colored waiters,,
experienced. Must speak Eng English
lish English and Spanish. Oriental
Chop Suey, East 13th St. No, S-
Boats &, Motors
FOR SALE:, 14 Ft.' fishing
boat-trailer, 10 HP Johnson
nrotor. Many extras. $275. Tel.
FOR SALE: 13' beat, boat,
ing equipment, trailer, Balboa
4240 after 4:30 p.m.
WANTED.'- Furnished apart!',
menh or Chalet with two bed-i
rooms.. Please call Panama' 3 3-6411
6411 3-6411 from- 8 a.m.. 0 2 noon
2 te e p.m.
. !. .....
COL. DICK A.' KINlT frleht) r.VJS. 'Amv rarihhsoJ in.M.f. ;
tion officer; presents suggestion
SraJ!1u (tV an! Charle
t,fo ui uw-uuHjiwiauuii secwon at uie uorozai motor booL
in, cererflonieji held recently, lit King's -offices, at Fort Clayton" :I
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Ocean To Ocean
Cayuce Race ?
An ocean-to-ocean cayuco rade.
the fourth sponsored by the Cans
Zone Council of the Boy Scouts 0
America, has been scheduled fo
the last weekend in May.
Eleven Canal Zone Explore.
scout units are expected to ente.
home-built cayucos in 'the three
day race, through the Panama Ca
nat,- according to council official
wbo today announced plans lo.
the annual event. ;
Starting at 3 p.m.. May 24, Un
race will take the boys in t b r e 1
steps from the Atlantic to the ,Pi
eific Ocean, ending with the ar
rival of the small boats at t h
Balboa Yacht Club, Sunday, Ma:
Brie. Gen. George F. Schlatter
newly elected council, emphssize
that the entire race would bt
carefully aupenrised, from a pre
entry inspection of all boats to pc
lice launch escort on the47-mil-
trip. The Panama Canal Co.C
nal Zone government has offered
the services of its personnel and
equipment to the Canal Zone
Council to insure the ssfety aud
comfort of the scouts.
The race will start at tte Cri Cri-tebal
tebal Cri-tebal Yacht Club en Friday aft
or noon end the first leg will end
an arrival ef the beat at thai
north end ef Gtvn Leek. The
ceyvces will be portaeed through
rh locks enclosure te the woy
at fKe south end ef Gatun Locks,
rKsre the boys will spend, the
Sef""1 fZ Cf tv rsrs v '. Y"
- ii f P --. J-S" - v, 3 ri r
i.j, -vl- : r '-"' y "Jt(kLt lk
WANTEDr -Want to train
sales manager American or 1
Panamanian citizen. Prefer
have ear. Call Panama 3-2553
from 10:00 a.m. to 12 noon.
LOST: Hound dog, white
mack spots. Phone Balboa 44.
73 r'' 1
1. LOST- Two Boxers,! females,'
r approx, i months old. One
brindle with white "markings,
,one tan with white- markings.
Reward offered call' Panama'
3-3082 or call a tNe. 17 San Mar.
tlr), Street. -
FOR SALE: Three bed.
room housd, with two baths,
Jiving room, dining room, kit.'
Tn, two maid's rooms with
- bath, and 2000 meters o land
' in Golf Heights. F6r Informs.
tien call from 8 a.m. te 5 p.m.
2 llll 3M41-Aft,r J
. WANTED: Good housekeep.
r. Must, cook and be neat.
House 4260 Lea Rips, C.Z.
award cerUficates o Salvador
A. Klumpp (centerh both em-
cnecit. tijjs. Armv Photol
t the cayucos. The boys will
pend Saturday night in Gamboa.
, ine last leg ot the race wiH
tart at 8:30 a. M. Sunday, with
he boats being 1 o k e d down
Jirough the Pedro Miguel and Mi
?f?2Tes ocuks- 'nd .ending, at the
dalboa Yacht aub.
Rules laid down for the race in.':
rlude a minimum cayuco. lengtk
i8. v1, nng of i i f t
ackeU by all participants, nu
erical marking of -each boat'
nth figures at least a .foot high
ir identification and control, and
.trfct inspection prior to the awrt
f the race for ''seaworthiness."
- Race committee officials will
-ot count time spent in- portage,
vernight stops' and in the locks,
1 computing the- total elapsed
ime from start to finish to name
he winner of the race. -
The annual cayuco race is un un-ler
ler un-ler direction of the Council'a
camping and activities committee
leaded by CoL Joseph Rati.
2apt. W. S. Rodimon,- marine di di-ecior
ecior di-ecior tt the Panama-Canal Co.
.s directing the compatiy'a assist
ance to uie council.
Starter for the race will be-"
I. Everson, director of the Trans Transportation
portation Transportation and Terminals Bureau.
Four official timers for the race
have been named: W. A. Van Si-
den, superintendent of the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic fcranch of the Locks Division,
ui time uie nmsn of use first leg
at C-t:u!i J. D. Tate, assis-,t
chipf of the Aids to Xav-5- i
I Section, will tiins tve f 'if'-
-j leg ft c, k ft :
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. GETTYSBURG, May 16 4NEA) A chill breeie ruffled
"the crass at Little Round Top as the two old soldiers walk walk-i
i walk-i ed- back to their car, followed by a troop, of reporters and
- Looking as if they'd been there all the time, you sud sud-'
' sud-' .denly Were aware' of two additional figures still standing on
' the mound. lt Jt
One wore shadowy Confederate gray, the other a fumy
'-.', Each wore a general's epaulets on his dusty shoulders. 1
" 1 "So they would have sacked us, George." It was the white
- bearded man with the gentle eyes shaded by a gray campaign
' hat who spoke first.
, "Oh well, Bob," said the stocky man ,in blue,r "it's always
hard to comprehend the other fellow's tactics." .
- "True," said Robert E. Lee. "Do you remember how hard
" We found it to understand why Monty took so long getting
out of the Normandy peninsula? Pickett spoke up pretty
fi sharply .about that In our joint Union-Confederate briefing at
Ab "yes chucKied ueorge u. raeaut. nuu jco iiu(i
was pretty provoked with Ike's man Patton. Claimed he was
V, NORFOLK, May 18 (UP)
Field Marshal Viscount Mont Mont-'
' Mont-' eomery, beset by irate deiena deiena-ers
ers deiena-ers of the name of Gen. Robert
E, Lee, was -tidying up nls
front" for a spearhead today
into the craule ot the confeder confederacy
acy confederacy at Montgomery, Ala.
4 "1 may hava to call .out tha
tdlti'thero," h. Mid. "I've boon
told' th women are mora ua pn
;rma than tfca man."
v The British general of El Ala Ala-mein
mein Ala-mein fame was to nd a two two-day
day two-day visit to the native state of
the-Confederate general he said
he" would nave, "saciced"-lor tne
way he fought the battle of Get
tysburg in iwi. j
rTh remark Sir Bernard made
io"President Eisenhower at the
Gettysburg battieneia iasi ou
' dav, hroueht retorts by South
irr?hlstorians that Monty was
too busy ruoying up u
to-help Ike at the Battle of the
Bulge in World War II.
J Montgomery was to visit the
tittle; "Creek Naval Amphibious
Base "and board the guided mis missile
sile missile Cruiser Boston before leav
ing? for his scheduled aaaresp
to .alt university senior officers
ifc.MnxWe.il 1 Air Force Base at
5! Tfc viscount indicatad to oawt oawt-men7durinf
men7durinf oawt-men7durinf his vitit.to tha Nor Nor-i
i Nor-i folk I naval installations. Tuesday
'that 7 ha was raady to withdraw
from "thd second battle of Gettyi Gettyi-f'biira
f'biira Gettyi-f'biira which hit criticism of Lea
t touched oft. He said he had not
J meant, any reflection on Lee.
S But he conceded that he might
be. Jit for more harassment, Dy
Jteber h,ero worsnippers in me
ogthern city named for anoth another'
er' another' General Montgomery one
hd .fought the British.
The city of Montgomery is
named for Gen. Richard Mont
gomery, who fell at the head ofi
American troops at vueoec in
he Revolutionary War.
l WASHINGTON, May 16 (UP)
The Pepartment of Commerce
reports that Americans consum consumed
ed consumed 1 billion dollars worth- of
candy in 1956 4 per cent more
than the year before.
I Weather Or Noil
ThJ weather; report for. the
34 hours ending I a.m. today,
it prepared by the Meteorolo-'
'steal and Hydrographic Branch
of the Panam Canal Company:
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V j'. Balboa Cristobal
High 81 89
Low 75 75
, High 93 ftfi
, Unf S3 65
(max. mph) 8-14 SW-14
RAIN (inches) Jtt M
(Inner harbors) SI Si
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WASHINGTON., Mav 16 (UP)
President Eisenhower made sit
clear today, that he is no critic of
Gen. Rohert E. Lee. i
He said be considers the Con
federate general one of the "four
too Americans of tne past' ana
"anybody who tries to put mean
any otht r relationship wiin juee is
Eisenhower and ; British Field
Mi-rshal Viscounty Montgomery
created tuite a furor last Sunday
bv their remarks after a tour of
the Geliysburg Pa., battlefield,
scene of the bloody Civil War bat
tle in Jfi63 :;i
Belli Eisenhower and Montgom
ery agreed that Lee a fid Maj. Gen.
George G. Meade, the Union com com-mander,
mander, com-mander, should have been "sack "sack-prl"
prl" "sack-prl" tar their oerformances. Mont-
eomery called Pickett's gallant
Southern eharee "monstrous.
Civil War authorities were quick
to come to the defense of Lee and
Mearle. Some Southerners, irked
hv th rpmark about Lee. com-
nented that the performances of
Eisenhower ana Montgomery m
World War II's battle of the Bulge
were lers than brilliant.
At his news conference, the
President was asked if he thought
the Allied armies in Europe could
have been maneuvered to better
advantage in Werld war n.
h rpniinri that he certainly
thought tnere could have been im improvements
provements improvements But he added that "it
is awfully hard to quarrel with
Then, mindful of the Southern
reaffirm i. his remarks about Lee,
iha PrtiHpnt reminded newsmen
that he had only four pictures in
his White House oiticeoi Benja
min Franklin. George wasnington,
Abraham Lincoln and Lee.
Anyone who tries to put mm in
a position critical of Lee, Eisen
hower said, was simply mistaken.
Mrs. Helen King
Dies At Corgas
Mrs. Helen King, wife of Mich-
spI J. Kinc. retired employe- oi
i hp Canal organization, died at
3:55 o'clock this morning n Gor-
cas Hosoital after a bnei uiress,
She was 75 years old.
Born in England, Mrs King was
a naturalized United Mates ciu
zen and lived for many years in
the Canal Zone where ner misDana
was an employe of the f'iner
Building Division. Since bis retire retirement
ment retirement in 1944. they have made
thpir home in Gamboa.
Rosary services will be held at
7 n.m. Sunday at the uoreas lios
pital Chapel and funeral services
will be conauctea at a.m. Mon Monday
day Monday in the Sacred Heart Chapel
in Ancon. Both services will De
conducted by the Rev. Michael
Wye, CM. Interment will take
place in Coroial Cemetery.
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' pott-' t'tckms dodge Issues.
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Second Battle :
too much of a headline grabber. He would have torn his shroud
if he had heard Ike today say 'What hurt Stuart wag his" love
't of headlines.' ,-l t i' i ; vi t l?. v,
1 "They couldn't 4 understand rwhy I fought across these
fields,? Lee continued. "I found it very hard to understand
why Ike fought across those beaches." t 1 r
"And why Monty advanced Inch by Inch across Belgium and
Holland only after destroying everything In front of him with
artillery," Meade broke in.v v -t !'
"If I might borrow a phrase from our recent Tlsitors,'.
added Meade tartly; "I might say that the way they fought
was 'monstrous, simply monstrous.' "' ,-- f
; The gray figure stood. for tt moment, with bowed head
and then spoke with a gentle smile: ',. x L
- "The way all of us fought... Alexander, Darius, Caesar,
Washington, 'Wellington, -Napoleon... MacArthur, Clark,
Eisenhower, "Montgomery,.; the mlssilemen, of White Sands
and the Urals too the way they-will fight... it Js all 'Sim 'Sim-'
' 'Sim-' Ply monstrous.' ',' ',' : ' i
"You're fight, Lee," said GenMeade. ."Maybe we should
all have been sacked. But we all did the best we could in our
time according to -our lights."., 4
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RIDE TQ SAFETY 1 A rescue worket carries an unlderttifled
woman from her ffjoded home: after an eight-foot wall' of
water roared through down townt Lampasas;' Tex. The failure
of a levee on Sulphur Creek -was blamed onv tht "lightning
quick"? flash flood which' swamped the greater part;' of the town
without warning.'. The "publisher of. a Lampasas newspaper;
estimated that 90 per QgnV of, the town waa destroyeoV
Tornadoes Rake Texas Panhandle;
18 Known Dead. About 70 Injured
SILVERTON. Tex. May 16
(UP) A tornado one of at
least a dozen that raked the
Texas. Panhandle blasted
through the south-western part
of Silverton late last nlgnt. aes
trovlne or damaelnn -50 or 60
homes. -. f
The State Department of Pub
lic Safety said 18 were Known
dead and 68 to 70 Injured. State
troopers and residents who es
caped death or Injury were dig
King through the ruins of 25
homes looking for more victims
Another tornado, apparently
the same one, hit Lockney. Tex.
17 miles southeast of Silverton
killing a woman and injuring
two children. '. J
"The tornado hit about 11 p
m. in the southwestern part of
town, newsman Bill Perkins of
Plalnview reported after a trio
to Silverton. "rt cut a path eleht
blocks lonm and -about a mMe-
and-a-half through a residential
area. 1 ; -f
PC Being Sued i
Tanker Hit Banlc
Charging that tiegligence and
confused commands by Canal
pilot, caused an accident to the
SS. Ocean Jenny, the owners of
the Llberian flag ship yesterday
filed a 9105 000 damage suit in
the TJ.S. rash Court at Ahcon
s"ain;t the Panama Canal Com-
in the suit and owners of the f our 5rof"n'. ,tiherUi
hlo claim th-ves. struck thel'0 nd fed Uke to .finish
lorir. wall t Pedro Wwi la Mav
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Canal tillot on the Ocean Jen Jen-nv
nv Jen-nv for that trio wa Capt Remus
H. Tavlor. aHhceh he was sot
named speclfkailv. In the suit.
The suit seeks to recover 'he"
costa of repair, charter, moorin
and extra waves ia the name of,
the Commercial Insurance Com Company
pany Company of Nark. New Jersey.
It was filed bv attorney L. S.
Carrtngton and he firm of De-1
Castro nrt n cnrv.
L'rm wfh vpw York "tto'neya
Kil ,,lt a"d Tavlor.
Accordlnf tu the complaint -
the ahio'a rtem rtruclt he wal The Parsiso Civic Council will
whe the pilot ordered the wheel not meet this evening, tt was an an-hard
hard an-hard ow Immediately after ammeed todsy. ?
leaving the lock fates.- i However a meeting will -be
Once In the rhanneL the ahln held next Thursday in the Music
arain veered to one side, end Room oi the Praiso High School
according to the plMnUffs. a t ductis repon on the recent
mi.ttren order to the helmsmen hirttee cm'.rrtet. plias for
enl the vessel aeroimd before tHe bem.nf'f a'Ktn tl the towosiir
emergency action could be taken, and vMsmr r"rt.
'When l left, they were still
searching for bodies in the
debris.' There was nothing- left
of a lot of houses but the floor
and foundation. In one -home,
all you could see left : was the
bathtub and foundation.
"A family of five died in one
Bunisville Mayor, ;
Score Sweeping Win
BURNSVILLE. Mlsi fUP
"The men had to fihd out the
hard wav," shrugged the honor honorable
able honorable mavor of Burnsville. Mrs.
A. H. Montgomery, yesterday lot
lowing a .landslide victory by her
ali-fema!e late over a' deter
mined masculine lineup. '-
Mrs.. Montgomery,. wife of a
Tishomioko -County Physician.
beamed triumphantly after riding
to a first primary victory- over
C. is'.Julen. who Dolled onlv 38
of the town's 136 votes despite a
promise to. trim taxes four mills
if elected.., ,,
Aboard the Montgomery band
wagon .were Incumbent '.Alder '.Alder-women
women '.Alder-women Mrs. Ruth Floyd and Mrs.
Dot Mar.'er and newcomers Mrs.
A. II Tarkett, Mrs. Harry -Ryan,
and Mrs. J. C. Footed i -.-"
None rf their m ale" opponents
managed to corral -more than 47
votes in the town of 560 persons
which lists ; 172 qualified voters.
'Ve're all very iappy.'. exult
ed Mr. Montgomery, who led her
group ink-ofiice.ro 1953 on a plat platform
form platform of cleanup and economy.
We ve made a pretty good
"J : Sm..l.Vi.
. big undertaking
;Oedicated ladies will
be a side
walk from town to Highway,, 72
which passes nearby. -"We
wnnt the wslk to run by
way ot the school building," ex explained
plained explained Mrs. Montgomery. "And
when we finish that I think we'll
try to pave the street to the
school.";- : "--. 1-V
No Meeting For;:
Paralso Council tt
Until Next Week
"Let the people
- EDITOR'S, NOTE: Tomorrow,
me tnira anniversary ot the u.
S. Supreme Court's school da da-segregation
segregation da-segregation decision,' young
Ntgre gets his high' school dtp dtp-school
school dtp-school in Clinton, Ttnn..; scan
of racial disorders lst fall.
Hart is a report on the event.
CLINTON,' Tenn.,' May 16 (UP)
-Bobby Lynn Cain paid $25 t o r
his high school senior class ring
Dut ugures it was worth the price
The raised letters on -the ring
spell out "Clinton High aass of
, coodv cam is a JNeero. He is
one of 325,274. Negroes who. at
tend classes in an "inteerated sit
uation" in states that had racial
ly segregated schools prior to the
1954 Supreme ,Court school deci
(At Clinton Hieh graduation
ercises tomorrow, he become the
first of1 his race to win a diploma
from a public school so far in the
';- His court-ordertd entry into
Clinton High last fall, along
with 11 othar Negroes, was
greeted by wild rioting. Bobby
end five others rode out the
worm and gradually fitted into
the strange -new pattern of pub
lie school intearatian.
i They lived through davs of ten
1.1 .. w - -ra"
mrowing ana jeers from fellow
stuaents. ? Ttiey t saw National
guard troops bivouacked near
tne school to preserve order.
''People were alwavs -a
things to -me," Bobby recalls
Jordan Security ;
Rankingf Deputies ;
AMMAN. "Jordan?- M in TTP
The Jerusalem (Jordan) news-
paper Ai Jihad said today security
forces have arrested a numtw-r nt
parliamentary deputies, including
two members Of former Premier
Suleiman Nabulsi's cabinet. ;
Ihe paper, said Nairn Absulha Absulha-di.
di. Absulha-di. national' socialist denutv anrl
former economy minister, was
arrested in- Nablus with Abdulka Abdulka-der
der Abdulka-der Salen, national front deputy
and minister, of agriculture under
,The paper reported several oth other
er other arrests in Nabus and Jenin.v
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know the truth mid the
PANAMA, R, P., THURSDAY,, MAY 16, 1957
Senior Class Ring Worth The Price
those days with a winced '"That
was the hardest part to take. But
I don't hold a grudge against any
body, there are just some peo people
ple people I don't want to be around any
morer" ' .
With his experience behind him,
Bobby and his family feel they
have "passed a- kind of m 1 1 e
stone." 1 '
Bobby's mother, a Mrs. Beatrice
Cain, is a domestic servant. She
paid tuition for her own one a n d
one-half years at' a Negro high
school 30 years ago. His father,
Robert Cain, 45, an odd-jobs car carpenter,
penter, carpenter, went to a segregated high
school i ; Cleveland,, Ohio, Al
though the family income is i low,
Mrs. Cain .keeps their seven-room
house spic and span and the hard
wood floors shining.
? B o b b y's ;. 29-year-old brother
graduateo trom a school for Ne
groes in adjoining Campbell Coun-
tv after returning trom A r in y
service. His two young sisters and
brothers gi to Green McAdoo M
ementary- School for, Negroes, ; a
short walk from home.
"Bobby has a hard time at
Panama Canal Co.
Has 45 Vacancies
Up For Grabs t
'A total of 45 positions are cur
rently available with the Canal
organization according to the
transfer-vacancy bulletin' Issued
by the Personnel Bureau.
Sixteen of. the positions are
ffor towing locomotive operators
to be employed for the duration
of the locks overhaul; two are
for clerks at Gorgas Hospital;
two for firefighters ion both
sides of the Isthmus; and two
for machinists in the Industrial
Other types of employment
vallable, according to the bul
letin, are A blacksmith, boiler boiler-m&ker,
m&ker, boiler-m&ker, clerk, clerk-typist.; en
gineer,- pipeline suction dredge
foreman, general nlant engineer
lock operator, machinist, nurse
plumber, pumping plant opera operator,
tor, operator, secretary, track lead fore foreman
man foreman and postal window clerk.
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country is' safe9 Abraham Lincoln,
Clinton High Tomorrow;
first in Clinton High," one of
his teachtrs said. 1H reacted
Strongly to hurtful things. He
,wa rasantful and aggrassive. He
was under constant ; strain ; and
harrassment and hit gr a d e s
"In the second, semester, ''the
chip on his shoulder.' wasn't
Skinned In Trying
To Slop Rolling Car
- In trying to stop his parked
car from rolling backwards out
of a garage stall in Gatun, a
70-year-old retired Canal em
ploye yesterday suffered some
minor concrete burns to his
hand r and back when he was
dragged along the ground while
clinging to the rear t bumper of
: A police report showed that
Leon J, Egoff, who was formerly
an Atlantic Locks Division em
ploye,' refused medical assist
ance after the accident, which
occurred at 1:20 p.m., and pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to his son-m-law's house
nearDy. , ,
The Incident occurred after
Egpff had parked his car in a
garage stall underneath build building
ing building 215 in Gatun. ',
lW After leaving his car "and
walking away from it, either the
handbrake slipped, or. had not
been set properly,, causing the
vehicle to roll backwards out of
Seeing what 'had taken place.
Egoff ran to the rear of his car
and tried to stop the rolling bv
pushing on the car,' but he
stumbled to the ground, cling
ing to the rear, bumper of the
vehicle. 1 i ,-1 i
v In doing 'so, he was dragged
a short distance before he was
able to let the car go; It con
tinued to' roll backwards, lumo-
ea tne. curb over a-grass plot
and came-to rest on. Jadwin
Road.. v (
Egoff's Injuries were describ
ed as minor..
One of a Handful of Very Special-Men-: :
. One of a Handful of Very Special Pictures!
' but ilwiyt for turt f
LLoyo urn loth
t Sua mmnm -Pro&d ri Dr-: i
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big.' He was still harassed, out he.
took it and he waiKed away from
it. Thhigs settled down for him.'
Bobby also discovered he had
friends among the white students.
Hj spoke gratefully of the necour
agement from Jerry Shattuck, a
fellow senior and president of the
student body; ;
Bobby expects to participate in;
commencement exercises with hi :
88 white classmates.. r s
His mother, who has lived In
fear of her son's safety the whole
year, is now afraid someone may
harm Boby if he goes through
with the, ceremony., .' ;,
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- Bobby plans to wark for a
year in order to -save ; monay ;
for collage.: He hopes. to major.
in social studies at Tannassaa A
and I, a Ntgro school and par-;
haps find a. teaching job..
v,i 1 ; -, ' "l
' What would he do if he 'lad to
repeat the past, -year at Clinton
High School? f
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"Study hard and take what hap happens,'
pens,' happens,' he said. 'Only you can't
be passive all the time.; The only
reason I kept from fighting back
sometimes was because I wanted
to graduate. ,1 didn't want to
be expeiled,:' ,t ;
Judged Nixes ,.
Race Laws :
NEW ORLEANS (UPV-A feder-
al judge ruled today that city and
state law calling for segregation
of the races in city parks, street streetcars
cars streetcars and buses in New -. Orleans'
are unconstitutional. '-
Federal 'Judge J.Skelly Wright
said he would issue permanent in-'
.ivnctions to stop, enforcement of
the laws. He did not. say when the
injunctions would be issued. -
Attorneys representing the city
lid they, would appeal tht deci-'
One case wolved the use of
city park facilities by Negroes.
The other dealt with segregated
bus and streetcar seating. ... t
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