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

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PANAMA, B. P. FRIDAY, MAT 171957

USCA

s
For
- .Thr United States Citizen

day that it is instructing LaVern R. Dilweg to continue' to

fight in .Washingtorv to relieve

the burden of, paying the Government's -share as wen as
their own share of the -cost of Vetirerpent, ,"f ree'; transpor transportation
tation transportation for home leave, and other fringe benefits, jr' : -D.ilweg
will press for passage of USCA's fringe benefits
bill 'In this session of Congress. -' y rl
' X .USCA spokesman .said .that the Canal-, ton em
ploy is paying no only his share of the cost of retire retirement
ment retirement hut also the Government's cost, -and' that the Pan-,

ama Canal is recovering a large
the Dockets of its" employe,
i i 11 i
the ships using the Canal.'
The snokesman' emphasised
that the majority of the ships
using the Canal are registered
under foreign flags and question questioned
ed questioned the wisdom of serving them
at prices so low that costs have
to be made up through Increas Increased
ed Increased prices on sales of food and
other necessities to employes op operating,
erating, operating, the CftnaV''rC:..'!;vV:y:i;
Top tolls charges remain at
90 cents a ton, as set many
years ago, while the costs of
Canal operation! and living
continues to rise for the U.S.
Government and its .employes.
He emDhasized that the Canal
Zone employe is paying all or 8
part of the cost of his fringe
benefits through the following
items: tu;., .:''-, :.-- ;-;''' v-, v'-'-'
. 1. The Government's share or
retirement or social security;
2, Cash Relief k for ,,, employes

nevnntpid Shippers' Bill Demands
3 FZovbsck of CZ Income Tax

old
the
I- .A. v
a., s L.ii noiW bi.uie
HonVe calls for an ? income ta
nlowback to reduce substantial-
f.. tk- rnmninv-l oOliKatlonS to
'reimburse the Treasury Depart Department.
ment. Department. ; : V:"'----
According to the, U. S. cm cm-sens'
sens' cm-sens' Association, whkh h
urged the amendments, II -,
enacted,- thr bill, HRJf
would considerably lighten
the: burden placed on Pan-,
tm canal- Company em employes.
ployes. employes. V.',
unrter-the new legislation.
rthe Canal? would, be
to reimburse tne iiwuj
erlmnuity Pn,u..tethS
In the treaty as well as the ne
tost of operating ; the Canal
Zone Government, u but ; wun
these provisions-. ;V V T
- .' ,- ;
"That the comport 1 1 o n
gliaU 'not be obligated t reim reimburse
burse reimburse the Treasury for .the net
cost of providing customs and
.immigration services for the
Republic of Panama, or of
.- providing school services to
' nori-resldents of the pne other
ihan employes of the Canal
k-zone Government or the Pan
ama Canai company, u
' 2) "That' for the purpose of
reimbursement by the corporation)-the,
net cost of operation
of the Canal Zone Government
shall be reduced by an amount
equal to one-half of the Fed Federal
eral Federal income taxes derived from
the Canal Zone."
The bill further provides that
v. nt ro.tts of ODerstlnr the

W Canal Zone Government which
F j i fnn inteft-ral

are occmcu w iiiu,-u s
part of the cost of operation of
the Panama Canal enterprise
; Mayflower
r; Said Becalmed
, LONDON, ttfsy 17 ("UP) Tfce
Mayflower II today wss reported
w'almed midwsy betweea the Cs-
'narv IsUnds and the West Indies
on its voyape to tne inueo Males.
Oipl- Alan Villiers reported by
radio th:t the wind bad died com com-DWely..I
DWely..I com-DWely..I said the hip is "be-
; Burning Need
lANDOLn. England, May" if
ffPResidents of this Notting Notting-hamkliire
hamkliire Notting-hamkliire viilage learned today
h Uie-r had been a efie of
nur.or Lres in recent weels. Two
part ,in e firemen admitted in
court tliey et the blares because
they peeked the overtime pay.
Hitch
CKTCAGO. May 17 (IT i A
r: g r jviri of th- tor" 'n'
hurry esr8 it prcwiitv r.;.Jt"

;- rs.-fe;-e meters tr.st v-t the
fvk r Ch-eei S N'"r-1
t r -t ri h;t-" r r

Dilveg
Fringe

To

Benefits

Association, announced to
Pahama Canal employes or
share of its expenses from
rather than j from the tolls of
not under retirement or social
security; 1 "- ; "j
. S.i Federal Employes'; Life In Insurance;
surance; Insurance; '-' '
4. So-called-"free'l transporta transportation
tion transportation for home leave ? '
5. Disability compensation;
6. Free official travel (tempor.
try. duty) r and t .1
v 7. Employes tleave -time, ; re
cruitmenfc and repatriation' cost.
-Of these items, according, te
the USCA spokesman, the first
two are recoverable directly
from the, Individual employe,
and the others are -recovered
through profits made from
each division of the Canal en enterprise;
terprise; enterprise; with a. saleable por portion
tion portion being recovered from the
employes themselves, - v, :
" I The- USCA organization- will
continue to bring to 'the atten
tlon of Congress this fc squeeze
plan on Canal employes, he said.
is a -whole,- shalh not include
nterest; but shall include tie-
breciation and the reimburse.
bent of -V other government
agencies for expenditures ma3e
on behalf -of .the canal: zone
government. -t!
Carrier FDHItads
FcrDrydccb Allor
0:11253 By.'pblecl' ;
"JACKSONVILLE, FU. May 17 17-(JP)
(JP) 17-(JP) The 45.000-ton aircraft car
rier Franklin D. Roosevelt hearts
Into Norfolk, Va., and drydock to today
day today for repairs to the huge flat flattop,,
top,, flattop,, damaged i Wednesday after
hitting a mysterious oojeci in me
Meanwhile, -the" Navy has dis
patched salvage ship ana a
sonar-equipped, mining vessel Ij
the spot some 40 miles off the
Florida coast to help determine
just what it was that ieat, the
ship's big screw and damaged' is
propulsion equipment Wesneaday
morning. ., . ;
The Navy chief of Information
in Washinston. Rear Adm .. Wlntc-y
Taylor, backed up statements by
Navy officials here that the FDR
did no, oi'tr an suggestions "to
did not ofefr any augegstious to
ciear 4ip tne mystery. , ,-
Students In Mock
Suez Canal Fight
Irk Aussie Police
JJF.LBOURNE, Australia, May
17 (UP) University students
capped a mock "Israeli Egvp.
tian'' battl for the Sues Canal
last nicht by infiltrating police
headquarters aim hanging a ; So
viet flag from the top ola 130-foot
radio anfenna.
The police faifed to see the hu
mor in t and charged into the
crowd a students including girls,
in the street. The students hurled
smoke bombs ani bsgs filled with
flour st the police.
Fourteen students were arrested.
Tie students sneaked into police
headquarters aflet a mock battle
in Coll. pi Street in which one
grwp-deckea out as Israelis "bat "battled"
tled" "battled" another crowd dressed as
Egyptisns for control of a '"Sues
Onal" Joa the middle of the
.thorouehfare
Take A
WASHINGTON. Mv 1T iVft
Tk Atpnpnmtiomt Cm-
mittf 4 H4y rit n n-ee
ee n-ee tt i 1.000, COO which M
arlirr rtft4 r f Him far
prclimwtry vrk tlx Mw kik kik-1Ttl
1Ttl kik-1Ttl rf crM tK Pma
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Bill
THE PULSE
:of:panama
PANAMA FIRE CHIEF Raul
Arango Is deeply, concerned over
the possibility of an explosion at
the government : ammunition
warehouse at Old Panama.'
Accordine to La Hora. the Fne
Chief has notified the Minister
a nAv,mmnr onri .Tnfit.lr.0 thnt
the building which houses dyna-
mite and other explosives is not
located in a safe place. : ; s
The tabloid's reporter saia tne
building, ; although, guarded by i
policemen, U not fenced to keep
out possible prowlers at nignt.
Arango is qoutea as saying
that the constant exnans'on o
the shanty town at Old Pana Panama
ma Panama and the close proximity of
the small building to the dump
represents constant threat..
..The "dumo.is also-; being, ex
panded daily, Arango said, and
drawing nearer to the ammuni
tion warehouse. '-.'.
Durlnir the dry season, firemen
have to make frequent. visits to
the dump to stop Tires irom
spreading, the tabloid said.
Arango has suggested a meet meeting
ing meeting to seek a solution to the
problem. -'
Thie manager of the v Colon
Lottery office 'is attempting to
negotiate the holding of two
drawines of the National Lottery
every month In the city of Colon,'
El Dla r eportea tooay.
-The move is being considered;
as a tourist attraction: the paper
said.1 -' ,w
The correspondent lor the
came paper- blamed Colon's
- economic situation for ; the
current "macabre" practice of
raf f ling' eof fins.;-. The corres correspondent
pondent correspondent said the raffles are
surprisingly Successful.
The police judge-' of a borouRh
of rhorrera. Mrs.. Berta C. Al
mendaref, has complained about
me -men, vi un vf
well-dressed woman,'""
Mrs. Almeadarex said The
woman came to her house sev several
eral several days ago and asked the 14-year-old
maid to show her
where her mother lived. Mrs.
Almendares said she gave the
maid permission to go aiOBg
with the woman -and has not
seen either f them since.
Mrs, Almendarez described the
maid's '. disappearance as a new
twist to the practice of stealing
maids .away 'from their, employ employers,
ers, employers, j i - i
Spldisr Loses Leg
In Fall Under Train
At Colon Jlalion
'A- Ft. Davis soldier lost .a Jeg
shoitlv after noon today when he
wks run over by a southbound f a-
nama Railroad tram pulling out
of Colon station. ''J j
He is Prr. rYank N.Caputo; at
tached to Headquarters Company,
Third Battalion,. 20tn Infantry Reg-l
intent. .:;.- -..v,- ;
. s v. r- - '
V According to police reports, Ca Caput
put Caput tried to board the train at
12.2J p.m. just as it was moving
out nf the station. He either slip
ped or fell in the attempt, and his
legs were run over by ui uain,
Caouto was taken to Amador
Guerrero Hospital for emefgency
treatment, and then to Coco Solo
Hospital. He is reportedly in dsn dsn-ger
ger dsn-ger of losing his other leg a 1m.
TiconderogaV
Arrives Monday
For 3-Day Visit ; : ;
, Scheduled to arrive in Balboa
Monday, from -Valparaiso, Chile,
is th; U S.S--Ticonderoga (CVA (CVA-14)
14) (CVA-14) for a three day visit in Canal
Zone waters. -
Commanded by Cap. W. A.
Stuart, the Ticonderoga Is a 33, 33,-1
1 33,-1 00-ton attack carrier. 839 feet in
length with a beam of 103 feet
and a maximum draft of 32 feet.
Present plans are to berth the
ship- at a Pan Canal pier in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Until her departure on or about
Thursday fur the West coast f
the United States.,
Million, Give t
Iim'i rajMt fa tH tk
rHiJ that (he uJf it alfMoy
ra kith Him yaar te aHaw fa tka
anirrtikinf at pmtnt 4
w aratacfi
Phwi Canal aHicUl. kaw kaw-frtr,
frtr, kaw-frtr, tat 4 tfca Saaata Cammittae
that tka krirff a trtty ttmmtt
mt 4 kal4 aat k 4lrt4.
Tt c.mw, tr fr4. a4 raftar
4 tht fl aat.

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IN AN ALMOST EMPTY THEATRE, five antn representing ,.
'three contractors firms which -operate on the Zone, listen f f-,kas
,kas f-,kas Harrold Rerrie, chairman of Local 900 sets forth his views
ton organizing employes of these private companies. ln the ,s;
"i back row are, left to right: Oswaldo Cleghorn, Job superln
u tendent for Electric Service, :P.. W. Baumgardner,, manager
- of the same firm, Edwin Duhon, superintendent of the Sachse
International Corporation- and his project manager' Donald
Kimzeyj Robert Shaw of the Agricultural .Development Cor
- poration aits between them, but Is not In view of the camera.
, In the foreground is S. Graham, recording and- correspond-m
', tag secretary for Local 900. t -, ?

APRIL SHOWERS...
905 Panama

4;490449 Tons of s Cargo

I r n .).
tr4nsit daring the month of April
9t cargo, a pear record, according
, .' :
Xnis lOiai was execeueu vuij
cord month for both transits
vessels brought 4,641,546 tons oi
f DurHr the first ten months the
fiscal year '41,891,032 tons of cargo
passed t brought the Canal as com compared
pared compared to 3M,246,569 tons for a si-
mi ii ttoriAfl lie vir. :
. Sn -4ar this fiscal vear. a total
of 738 oct-an- going vessels made
the transit from ocean to ocean.
Of this number, 217 were govern
ment owned. "V'".
Although the number of ocesn
eoine ships using the Canal during
April dropped to -780, or 60 less
than -during the record breaking
month of March", this total as
still 61 more than the number of
transits during April of the pre pre-vioui
vioui pre-vioui year. -;: '. - ..
Tolls -collected auring .Apm
mounted to $3,505,108, ot which
S68.J49 was tolls credits on; go
vernment ownea vessels. .-
This sum was $386,599 more than
the total tolls and tolls credits col collected
lected collected during a similar period last
year.. j-; .- v v
i Oils ana.ious creaiii.. creaiii..-by
by creaiii..-by the -Panama Canal bn ships
Vomsn Acqiilliad In
ChirgD 01 Dealing f
Aged I !oIhsr-In-law
A Gamboa woman today
was acquitted of charges that she
beat up ner old mother-in-law.
The portlv defendsnt, Mrs. Iona
r ns charped yesterday in
..Balboa Magistrate s Court win
.. ihe peace oy iigniiD.
Tuo witnesses appeared who tes
tified that their 52-year-old Bsr Bsr-badiao
badiao Bsr-badiao neighbor apparently, was
beating her motnerjin-iaw, .
Judae 'JohP E". Deming yester
day ordered a doctor to examine
the old ladv who resides with her
son and the defendant in. Gam
boa.. -. ,;.r.: 1
-He asken thst a report of her
condition. particularly witn a
view towards finding sny msrks
of violence on her body, be sub submitted
mitted submitted so him. v :
Twlav the doctor's report show
ed that b failed to f i a d any
mark or signs of violent injury on
the old women. Thereupon. Judge
Deming acouitted the defendant
AMillion
Tka kiH tka tkiri taealaaiaatal
aaatao'Utiaat kilt iti k cr4
a im tka Saaara prakakly aarty
mtxt waak.O
- Ivaa if tka SaRara ari tka
faaab fa tk WrWfC. tK kifl still
faca ka krn f tks 'f'm Hana
a4 Saaate tlw wkick i -aamt4
ra vHi at s eaatafawiaa
atra tk r varuaa af tka
aaa fciRs.

t'yi'.';

Canal Transits,
.!,. which tndr th raaal
carried toUl of 4,490,449 tons
t omciai ngures reteaseo, tnis
:-v..'-if.v.-v-.y-' '.-'.-'
uuiiuk iamiiawii;u m re
and cargo and tn December when
cargo tnrougn tne canal.
using Ihe ; Canalfor?'thev first W
months' of the fiscal, year 1957 to
taled 132,377,116 or, an increase of
81,34l,M7,; over the sum jtouected
for. tolls duruig a simuar period
last- v,Hw-jrJ-:!i.
EgyptrDcterinined
To Bar Israelis ? r
From Suez Canal
CAIRO, May 17" (UP) Egypt
served notice toedav it will eonti-
nua. to bar Israeli sbiDS from the
Sues Canal on the basis, ot .."
gypt's indisputable right td sell-
defense."; -. .:
- Tha Herliritfnn -came from tt-
BVDtian Director General oflnfor-
mstion Abdul Kater Hatem, 'vho
was commratingr on Israeli -plans
to send a ''test ship, through the
waterway. Hatem 'cited Articis id
of the 1888 (Suez) Convention
which states that Egypt has the
right to defend her -territory.; and
safeguared her security:
. n).- ; ',3.
4rWe will therefore take- what
ever measures we deem .necessa
ry for ihe safety f ,the. Canal
wnicn is an integral part
gypt's territory.".': .,:,?..'
-. A -1 C.
Article 18 of the old Sues Con
vention is the section Egypt has
always used as a "legal basis,'.'
for barring Israeli ships from the
Sues CanaL '..,. -.i
Amazing Hoy: Much
2 Bras Can Carry
JACKSON, Miss.,' May' 17. (UP)
I'olicewomsu today charge
Bernice Hampton, 18 and Clara
M. Beard. 20. with shoplifting aft
er finding the following items
stuffed in their bras nd Jird.es:
Thirteen psirs women's pintie?,
10 pairs' of hose, six psh-s boys,
pants, two boys' shirts two girls'
dresses, one pair Baoy dou p
jamas.
- Beg Or Burrow
rttTnAno Mav IT UP
Robert Murnhv has turned the!
other cheek to the rabbit kingdom.-
For weeks. Murphy said,
everything. that sprouted In his
backyard garden was promptly
nipped up by a family of rabbits.
UumhT trwHT took: them Into

his house, to the delight of hi It- was not until after the
daughter. Donna Lynne. J."I'd sho1rg, which no one paid very
rather t"i them a litCe mllk."lmurh attention to, that offl offl-he
he offl-he said, "than ham them eat upc.ula airr.ltted they dldnl know
my -ic.s gtJden.,, - who the ti ee.tbriUes wero.

Vii. u u u

- j
Employers Stage
r!:ar-Boycott ;
Of La Boca Meet
i Many contractors and private
firms onerating In the Canal
Zone kept their promise yester yesterday
day yesterday "about Ignoring union offi
cials' invitation to attend a
round-table discussion between
labor artd management.
; Out of 50 firms Invited to tne
meeting held at the La Boca
Theatre,- only-ithree companies
snowea up,
' Ta4ay ana af the absentees said:.
,,Wa jurt weren't intarastad,
that' all." '
Concerning the union's, an
nouncement that they' would go
ahead in their attempt to or or-eanlze
eanlze or-eanlze the employes working for
orivate -v firms and contractors
on the zone,: one company
spokesman said: 1
. "We liava ommnt te make
an fkia. Our men of coune have
ha rivilf af daing what tkajf
Several weeks ago when con
tractors were ; asked whetner
they would attend the organlaa
tinnal meetlne several had stat
ed that they definitely wrould
Tint. 1 '. -.
"I'm sure I'll be busy that day
whenever it is that tny can tne
meeting," one had said.
Law-Abiding People
P-n'l r.::tCcds
'. Kicn..vosK. iaav 1t (UI)
A peaceful citizen's name is his
own business and! he .floesn't
have to disclose it, to -anyone
inrindlna- susniclous uolicemen
a New York; niagisirseruicu
-, This reassuring affirmation of
aV fundamental Airterlean ngm
came from. Magistrate. Harry o
Andrews..."'-" w v
Unrirtvi ruled that fire ex-
tino-uiiher salesman Michael
Walpln.. 65 was well within" his
rights when he refused, last Fen
m to srtva. a transit authority
nnllr.eman his .name or to tell
tne omcer wnat ne wm ouuir,
t Policeman- Sidney Feldman
saw Walpln lugging two fire ex extinguishers
tinguishers extinguishers through a subway
station. He stopped Walpln, told
him the extinguishers might be
dangerous in the crowded sta station
tion station and asked him where he
was going and what be was do
ing.
You mind' your business and
T'ii mind i mine." Feldman saia
Walpln told him. i
Feldman. his dander up. ask
ed Waloin to Identify himself
Walpln could produce only a
letter from a fire extinguisher
mmnint so Feldman hauled him
in on a disorderly conduct
charge for using "loud and bois
terous language.-, ; j 4 f ;
Andrews ln'tertuDted- the court
room narrative at this point.' ;
"Suppose a .man could .no
nmduce eaners bearing his own
name when approached bv a po policeman,"
liceman," policeman," Andrews said. "Should
h therefore be arrested. .when
no crime has been committed?'
' rh neat ino-te of our orlvacy-
loving forefathers now held full
away over Andrews. ,
Why should a person naveio
identify himself to a policeman
when he is not charged with a
crime?", he asked.
There was only one answer
and the magistrate gave It ring ring-Ingly.
Ingly. ring-Ingly. "Case dismissed." -j
ystern Front
rrvsrs rranre War 17 CUP)
hMrni- ,-- arid "Til
ling gentleman with a complete completely
ly completely bald head stole the spotlight
from Russia today at the film
i
Shouts' "by photographera of
This
ner!"
Way. Please, Mr. arju arju-and
and arju-and "Miss Ekberg. let s
more frontage, please,
I th "atara" when they
nave
greeted
arrived tor the showing of the
bT film Ho- Qinxat.
Th man
with th snaveo
head and the bosom y girl with
the- startling decolletare evening
dres were treated as royal per
senates.

f aIc Qnn il7

llan to Organize

Private Compa

- Locals 900 and 907 wilj go ahead with plans to or organize
ganize organize employes of contractors and other firms working
on: the Canal Zone, despite employers' apparent unwiH-v
ingness to discuss the proposal union officials said today;
Representatives of only hree firms, out of 50 inviN
ed showed up at La Boca theatre yesterday afternoon to
talk over unionization proposals with union officials.'
The unions intend to insist on payment of a minimum :
$1 an hour for jobs covered by the Fair Labor Standards
AC.t. -' ''-':.'. ; i.-..',... ,f'f;-
i Pay rates for other jobs would be mutually.agreed
upon by management and labor, the union officials said.
. ,. These officials also hinted they had plans to organize
government worker; in Panama1, who according to th
union men "desperately" need unionization, 'I

Locals BOO and 907 are affiliat
ed with, the Association of Fed Federal,
eral, Federal, State, County and Munici Municipal
pal Municipal Employes, AFL-CIO.
At yesterdays meeting, un union
ion union spokesmen undertook to
try to set up an extensive ed education
ucation education program to train nn-
frir -r"""-' --Tb0:.T'y--se .'that.
contractors in the laiture Tmay-
draw their employes from aa
authorized union I labor, nook;
The threo firms preeent?rep-
rcaciiica DJ live pcuiJic, miccu
that the basio Idea was sound,
but expressed doubts thst this
could be accomplished In the
near future.' i
Over. 100 contractors' employes
were represented by the three
iirms nresent. KleUrlc. Service.
Sachse International Corporation
and Agricultural Development
Corporation of Colon, ;
Other- firms invited to attend
represented banks, oil companies
and shipping agencies operating
on the Canal Zone.
P. W. Baumgardner. manager
of Electrie Service appeared with
his superintendent, Panamanian
oswaido ciegnorn.
Hi told the labor e-roun that
he had been working In Panama
for the oast 20 vears doing elec
trical contracting. His employes,
he said received salaries that
ranged from 35 cents an hour to
$1.50 an hour, and specuied tnat
skilled workers were getting 75
cents and $1.50 an hour.
When asked whether his gave
his employes vacations, Baum
gardner said tnat ne operates
under the labor code of the Re
public of Panama so his workers
get social security, vacation, etc.
William Sinclair, International
reoresentatlve of Local 900 ask
ed the contractor what his atti
tude would be towards their or organizing
ganizing organizing his workers. -.
"My general attitude Is, I
ami definite interest In uP-
lifting the conditions ef work workers.
ers. workers. I feet a lot of Panama Panama-si
si Panama-si uuu are worth more than
'they are getting but I would
want the pay raises to be on a
general scale so that everyone
weold get an increase. If yeu
think you eau do it through th
union v that's. fne by tne,"
Baumrardner replied.
Sinclair then Dointed out that
since his union came on the
scene, about 10 years ago, they
hsve Improved the lot of the
working man about 400 per cent
The minimum paid by the Canal
he said, used to be iz cents an
hour, now workers get at least 50
cents.
Baumgardner countered this
statement with?
"You cant take an the credit
for that, although you may have
helned. Surely every employer
recognized that the cost of living
ban increased in tne last iu
eal
He added that there had al
ways been an excess of labor a
yailable tn Panama which is one
reason employers didnt worry
too much about hiring people. -"I
think, gentlemen, Baaaa Baaaa-gardner
gardner Baaaa-gardner staled, "the thing to
do k to ge- right there to
Panama and erf anlie the gov government
ernment government workers they're the
ones wbo are underpaid."
' One of the onion heads. Jose
de la Rosa casUlio. chairman of
'Local B07. told Baumgardner that
uus is anoocer uuuk ti nwr
lnc to do
Contractors asked the union
what they -Puld charge as dues,
Sinclair said it customary
fog members to pay S3 a month,

O C

nies
out he said he felt that they
coula get bOacuiei' to set Un a
idwer scale ior Panama. 1
Sinclair declined to disclose
the exact, numuer of uieir umui"
bers at the present, when he was
asuea, but btated taht every man -wno
naa ever worked, lot rr
one ume at iu6Uier va ft im-"
ion memoer. -v -n x '
r i o nay between. 15,000ano.
1 c iii... . . i A
uur tuuatciivv. ' "" W .. .
. Following a discussion of
plan that tne union had of form
a. Ukuvt yuw, iuWt
wuikera m umi conuracuMS
couia araw employes irom it at
any time, all uiree iirms ugreed
nis wouio pe one soiuuoa m uis
'aoor prooienv v ..
:. uw wi uiv cunuacioray X.U
ln' Aiunon, superintenacnt ior
hacbee inrmuoDai iOiyu.--'
ation, with an office at Mta
UUW. Muu Ui .rf
wan n krng luuon-mava no.
wonaerea what contraciom -nere
wouid nave to gam un-
jeso tne union memooio ooiu4
on property uaineo.
"Ana n'u tans some time be before
fore before you can Jfurnian tne sullied
craiiaonen we need," Danon saiu.
"lncy re going to hate- to pay
Ouea too.", .. ,v
lie aaded: "I'm a union man.
I Deiieve in unions, I nave soma
men wurmng ior me uui mio
masung pretty good money, but
x nave Den veavnmg, taeui. ltn-
ou men in tne titats maintain
a Aigu standard oi periormanco
to n.ccp tneir jods, out nere tney
will leel tnat tne union owes
tnem tnelr jobs." . i '. .,
Harold Rerrie,; chairman of
Local vtm assured tne contractor
uiat uus was not. tuo case.
"Wo insist tnat our members
live up to tneir responuoliity,"
ne said,, "and teach uem to give
tneir employers a full eight-hour
workday."- -"...
- Regarding the application of
the Sl-an-hour minimum wage,
Donald Klmzey, project manager
for the baense corporation asx asx-ed
ed asx-ed the union officials to explain
this. .. i v
Castillo replied -that the en enforcement
forcement enforcement ot l thoSl-an-hour
would come -fromf the United
States. ''. ;
l dont think itii fair to force
the application bf the Fair
Sandards Employment Act on
everyone; only those specifically
engaged in interstate commerce
will be required to get the $1
minimum." -.--
Clegbera, who said bo nasi
tried tore times, uiwuceea uiwuceea-fully.
fully. uiwuceea-fully. te orgaahte aa electri-
cias union In Panama, felt
many employes will be harmed
IX they got a aoiiar aa sour.
inry nave va iowiwo
first." the Panamanian foreman
atated. "They'd only go out and
ret ilrnnr If they vera BSUO LTll
much, and wouldn't show up for
tConunoed oo Page 0.
Decision For Devil
NTW TORS. May 17 ICP
At least one person made a de decision
cision decision for the devil Wemevlay
night whew evangelist Ii.y Gra
ham opened his crusade at Madr
Ison Bqaare Oarden.
Professional photocrarer T'n
Mancuao said a Epeeri Grarr.if,
a reflex camera a trirwi
were stolen from h.:i W h:s
attention
verted



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(:bmment

THE MAR BOX

I

TEENAGE CINTER

t .. f thank the American LeBlon, and Governor Potter

t for bis approval or a recreation ceuwu ""i r-v'
I think that it Is a toe idea for the dub to be a separate
I organization, run and organized by our teenagers.
orgTfTi .iVi-aTthat the oarents will be willing to help their

children to take an" interest in the club .and to he em P
i dues so that they may have a club to PW- Mori-r.

Sir:

Blr:

The other day at

to heip

siblllty? I'm a Senior; and soojj IH be in the Army r cu;"'
Srof a sudden switch from a, Wd. to. an adult in Just a lew

maa$Z about aivfa:-w'wr

:we can do. Frankly -think we can snow up me vs-;

?Tl understand a Wln,

iptact we can call pur own, eeli gerj'5

ATLANTIC TEENAGE CLUB

!Sir:

I ..t Am Disappointed- (Mail Box. .May 14) "LSZ

kid 1 nad enough amoiuon .viVmblt and are. prov-

ment." The Zone TeenaRC r;n both sides of the isthmus.
king constructive We irSfonthr first social activity
J? a sponsor from the "lonight in the Amrtcan
41 Tnanral Dance at tjnon Hall was

buters are backtaR these clubs. IUpPers, baiaars, pn
f Bom" of our future p .ortatwest, dances,
i .i??riht.. ntcnlcs. field trips to p Our meet.

StTer. a backmV these clubs
f Utom"of our future p ans

! Atlantic Teenage, Ciub Member ..
! SAN ANTONIO BCGLB ;
' .i 'utter of this morning
I Just began to wonder Hter.?Lderart timVlke hasn't

T Dnrtji pasaau

stamped on ww t'

admitted

nt ret V va rilviiaSlonS

PTusten on MfJST countrl..

last two bundles hadsiampea "v- tm,nt

km the ofoJMu-nvimM.W w

I rememoer wur "rmmethin fUhy somewna

' There is a friend of Johnny Dio

wijo juSk gQi. sto.ouo tor semess Ue-

vouoa 10 cause nameiy mniseix.
iu maa wnn e ounuie1 is one To

ny Dona, wno hejpeci launca Dio

in tue uoor. business some turbu

lent years ego."!1'"' 41 1

-'mis cnunKy lellow, Dona, who

was sunK oy several senate inves inves-UgstionSi
UgstionSi inves-UgstionSi was given tna, money by
wy iUued Industrial w orKers U-

nion to If would tuit as its nation

Si secretary .treasurer-and not
have to struggia too much.w bile

looking ior anouier goo. ;
The Allied Industrial Workers is

uie- nauonsiJ .union, wmcn maue

mo its tsstern regional chief and

gave nim a strina of unions which

now. are unprmieam jusiory as

Brother Poria had dlvviaulty
keeping records. He $ h d
trouble finding them 4 and dell
varing them ta Sanata commit commit-teas.
teas. commit-teas. Thus Doria helped give the
ALF-CIO Ethical Practlcaa Cam.
mittea tna impraaalon that the
Allied Industrial Workers : was
which prove that auphamlam
.didn't vanish with 'k the ancient
' Creeks. ") ?-: i.-t'tff -t';
' The national chief of this union

of nickle dillers and auto mecha

nics told Doria that the sorrow of
parting might be sweetened by a
sort of severance pay to cover

Doha's unexpired term. Since Do Doria
ria Doria had to go anyway, he took the
$4O,C00. I V..'-,' ,,',J&V

Having paid this money, tne u-

mon s pres'aent, Ban a e a i o n,
wrote from his national headquar
ters in Hollywood to the national
house of t ixbor in Washington.

Brother Heaton said jthat this
cleanses the 'union so how about

not calling' it names and keeping

it inside tna leaerauon.

GraoeV ne reports indicate that

Georea Meanv men r asaea me

AFLH.JO Ethical PracUces Com

mittee to advise him .on this self-

cleansing.' Thf committee in

cnarge puruyi trespunueu vj
saviiie.rin effect that in only re

ports, on the fact it.has and is not

charged mm givmg aavica. r
' It is In a sense, what the FBI
is te the Justice Dept. But without
investigators, without a staff, and
without even a, headquarters It
has only its special .counsel,. Art
Goldberg, who. in turn, has a law

yer or two to help' submit reports
on what is available and that
means only what the Senate com-,
mittees have dredged up., ;1 1
Corroborating this is a speech

by Dave Dubinsky. master of the

neeaie aic teaaer oi uie omwa
trades. Dubinsky got this talk off;

at the recenr convention oi tne u u-nited
nited u-nited Auto Workers in Atlantic Ci-

"Toke Off Your Hat When You Talk to a Lady"

, NlA$artca,lncl. kr-SS f'n. j

MiYUis:::::3i5:j

y BMW MARfOK

-V1" i, t
Walter Winchell In Men Ydr!c

MAN ABOUT TOWN S new ight club from El Dors to

:-:i-v.--y, r; me u n jsxtra. vine Clifton

iwman's wife Daniels (M. Truman) imaxe is ex

Sir:

Voplca and heard one voice say nw mtni
feet together on a new uy'Jf?1? V .
!with him and the sooner e yenU and mpst
: All day report are coming taon road cc

from not heeaing inf "w-"mori due as water la mini
K SrrPrS ff Bruao Colorado, and
rgISnSry Texas-ha. too
battle of Gettysburg and whipped the wom.. WrltM

UNITED rCND SITE . ; .

..w MiiehtM me? 'What ilsJthU .'United Jjnd

-ansa Vsa xs&ssrzS&.

wm dole outrnoney w v-"- ccrmmunltv Chest? Imt

a't?0D2 S&StSSSSSil without mjw-gag;
staiea i u -onslsts of Panama Cnal officials.

ZwBBwr then itoina-what is expected of one ny one s ooaa.
SnmunE? U ovTrod t. a JcJ.t
. rrrtT at the orranlzatkms which now

1?." rrmVitvChert should no be -elf .upport-

Anntoer fund will heighten thU eitnauon and more peo peo-?i"tSftato
?i"tSftato peo-?i"tSftato thect will onH increase the Inefficiency of
e workings of sweet charity. rutle
- : ;

" . .! was the (Sen.) Doudaa

Committee 'Which brought light n
(his subject," he saia referring to
the lootins of welfare funds by re-

presenUUves of We Allied Indus

trial jvo'Kers, ue yisuwwy, nine
and Bectuyuig Vnion nad the
Laundry Workers. "'
"Otherwfre no one would ever

know the true situation that exist existed
ed existed in thes three unions. .It was

because ot the 'exposure of tne

Uoueiaa committee.- In Other

warns, men, we now learn oi ina

situatioe that exisU in the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Vniot. and we learn., of the
situation that exists in some of, the
other; unions. '. r -1
"It is because of the Investiga Investigative
tive Investigative power oi Congress and tne

benaie mat we are awe w icarn

of it. l et's be frank.- Let's recog

ntze that' the laoor movement up
to now1 was not able to detect, to

expose and enrainate this evu. :
"It w only when tne attack
was made by the government government-and
and government-and the tevernment eoodatted
the invettitatien that we wore
able te learn of K.
"That flvo the ioWor move,
ment e chance and an eppertwni.
ty te take the noettary maa.
sure in order to correct and O O-limlnatw
limlnatw O-limlnatw that evil," Ovbinsky
said. ."" v. "f-1-ha
record will show that t be

was right. Each action of the' E E-thical
thical E-thical Pi a vticas Committee was

based on Scnstonai transcripts.

When the five-man tuucai rrsc-

tiees Comopittee, sitting as a mor morals
als morals court oi a raised platform in
the AFL-C10 conference -room
May 6. read W Dave Bock, his
lawyer and his vice-president the

bill of particulars. uie caair-

man Al Hares, stuaoea ue zz

r Movie star Paul Newman

is not noitung up the divorce

delay his merger with' actress
Joanne Woodward. The legal pa
peri are being; readied now, She'll
itet cusvoavoi -their I tots. : She

just isn't rushing. ; .The Mel Tor

ines (Ariene suies in muouag
ua to 10.000. -She's osck with her

kin in ntteourgn. r -.Martna "Vick-

ers (one of Mickey ooney s ex-

wives l and her current mate are

reported asunder, v .Dorien Leigh s
new thrill in Paris is rich itauan

Count Hrc Di Grottf.', .Ty Pow-
.,.,A"-itlvaflnn 'T"hturpn

SI V V.
scenes in Mexico);, is actress Jaf Jaf-fy
fy Jaf-fy Morgan. She is not in the cast

. .Will liogers agntr wary anu
Rodney .Vale maji, merge abroad.
Xhey mileu en thf Liberie, i Jdod Jdod-el
el Jdod-el Ann Baxter (not the ; star) is
the Pretty Person at .gravely til
Jimmv Dorsev'i fbedid.J0 Sul

livan, leading lady of "Most Hap

py Fella," got her. tfl ore e 5 in
Georgia last week. That hit's pro producer
ducer producer (P. "Loe'sset) has. to wait
until next Feb. for Ms so they
can, bendj ) t

pected July 4th. .Ex-fighter-ac

tor Lou Nova and actress Nirissa
Nickel make No. 1 Fifth 'their

trysting place. .Although 20th Cen

tury-FoX has laundered ''Peyton

Place,': tne sinful best-seller, cen censors
sors censors will probably delete' remain remaining,
ing, remaining, references to incest, a nude
bathing episode and two almost-

r Warning I The State Liquor Board

is Cracking dowa on bars serving
hang around. One W. 49 Stres Stres-unescorted
unescorted Stres-unescorted women.t They mustn't
taurant lost its license for disre disregarding'
garding' disregarding' the rules last week. E E-izabeth
izabeth E-izabeth Frazer of "T u n n a 1 of
Love" (and the Phil Silvers show)
and husband Chas Peek have

made their trial -separation defi'

nite. Jackie Gleason's director
(Frank Satensteia) and Gloria Cur
tis, a brunette eyefuL f ere sure
Thizsuuit f .Pruice Marc of.Pu of.Pu-mania
mania of.Pu-mania fadonted ion ; of the ex-

Queen of Greece) stepped off the

S. 8.' Constitution to an Armando s

ringside date with Audrey w e r-

lllginie eVDO UK JXlf e lUBtCUV O
closest pals will suffer another ,tax
indictment. ,'.v ; j
Beautiful celleon Kathleen O'-

Rourke became the bride of pub pub-heist
heist pub-heist Jay Weston in 'a secret seal sealing.
ing. sealing. He's the press-agent for Sam Sammy
my Sammy Davis, Jr. and other. stars, it
Ho proposed 20 minutes after they
met. v .Her father waa Sir James
O'Rourke. v .The bride survived a
German concentration camp, a
Hollywood "career" and the An Andrea
drea Andrea DoTia sinking, i .The rebel rebellion
lion rebellion in Colombia has infected Ve-

TltA aniiAtf4 eiimiffiH (hi

. liniRU. Aim Ktseuw eaa-vMue.

page report with direct quotations ( Caracas palace haa been doubled.

... it i
i 1 1

TKti i

'aa fctytllch

Aios terrw
m cawraet 'art we. aamabu

and page rrferences from the Mc

Cleuan cvmmmea neanngs--i i

i So an et line befure mat, u e e r g e
Metny said en TV that the AFL-

CIO haa some eo.OM locala '. and

just didnt have the faculties- te
police Use if. Senate committee committeemen,
men, committeemen, imaxrd each day by the rev revelations
elations revelations of their counsel. Bob Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, are saying that this IS a vast
Sb and Jivt labor leaders are un un-ir
ir un-ir in their criticism when they

toueh and labor can clean house '" med Jockey

iwl
1 Member of the Ethical Prae Prae-Qcea
Qcea Prae-Qcea Ceumittea cruaadert aU
-are nrv rstia. They say they
Seed a staff er some of them sim simply
ply simply will quit this fall. One points
out that there are over 108 AFL-CIO
organizers with little or network

bow wbe coma oeip prooe.
- If yee d-f wnhout a shovel, yon

eaa etuy acratcn ue sunace.

No one without special permit can.

get within 2 blocks., : .vnameuse

Suzsnne Bernard (last enjoyed, in
"New Faces") and the Marquis
de Rambouillet made a cozy cou couple
ple couple at The Pink Poodle. Bird Bird-Land's
Land's Bird-Land's bigegst bssb of the year
was the one chucked for tennistsr
AHhea Gibson aod her f i a n c e
Wm. D e b b I ns. 28 eases of
Mumra's, etc. .Sepia star Tehl Tehl-ma
ma Tehl-ma Carpenter's Very Big Secret

120

' Copies in JUST

1 MINUTE

with J0UCH-A-BUTT0

F .Afsw m asi saw

tug,

D-llil-

:1 5 color AT ONCE

M UITTL.fl USj

Somotenea tf s difficult to bo

cV ue). mcofhod end cooi-ktodod
j wirhout oppeorfrig to be attend.

Mario McDonald's special swr
priM for today is named Ko n
neth KasHel, rich ceHioman. In In-sidora
sidora In-sidora ineift a soriows romance
Is browing. .Sultry hirioy Vin
eont, fHo c Her tne from India
(wrm "TSe liofeld Polltos"),
and Duke Nile, the music Pub
Ilefcor, are makms at pvblic.
Woet Coeet dwote inclwdo Gco
Kelly and lovely Diane K e a t h,
the ballerina. -SHoei Field, the
rchoetra leader, landed hie eoc eoc-nd
nd eoc-nd oil well. .Spotted at the
ImWrt: Comodietmo aty
thaw ke4ne) aderod by Storlinf
La Vino, tne realtor. .Tab Hun.
tor's tonf-fcitatarKO calls art te
JecqveMte knew, tne model .
ftetry Myers, who waa effected
In eovrt by bar ettrerned bwe bwe-band,
band, bwe-band, la suinf him for fl5,loe
ka ridoeort. too.

The Dions Dero-Oonnia HimU-

tna tplituatinn baa worsened. He

U SO sure t-" wiu arrrr rrton-

Ja he s cbarf -g tie aaao of his

.$ v 'a W "W
' ;'. j Ne mat -'

seductions.1 i -'.Noro 'Morales, the
Latin pianist, sustained a broken
hand, after a thing with. a Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland punk. .Connie Perkins of
the B'way shows weds Kentucky
liquor mint Martin Claybbrnerr at
Louisville June 11. .Look's boss,
Gardner (and Mrs.) Cowles are
Japan-bound. i;Syfe- ;
' The Maria Callaa Herbert V a n
Karajan feud is the talk of Yur Yur-rop;
rop; Yur-rop; -The great maestro of Vien Vienna,
na, Vienna, Berlin and Milan, refused to
sign her after she upped the fee
from what she originally, agreed.
. .Eddie. Davis (once of Leon and
Eddie's) is at North Broward Gen General
eral General Hosp,, Fort Lauderdale,' Fla.
Major surgery again, -u -.The ; new
Chas. Wrlghtsman home on 5th
Avenue is the talk of the c h i c
set lit will house great art. .c
sures. J .The cods are handine out

summonses to theater-goers w h oi Stevenson

Utter the streets with Droerama.

, ..James Lee, author of "Career,"
and-actress Neva Patterson will

make it Official in the near future,
pals say. .Bay Allen, the decora-

five reported in "Damn Yankees,"
and: Paul Shyre of "Purple Dust"
are ducting. iSports writer Anne
Morrissey of the Trib and Fran Fran-eois
eois Fran-eois Goeffre of the AP will com

mit merger this summer in Paree

WASIUNGTON-Foster' .Tuscolo,
dynamic young Governor of Mas Mas-Suciiusetib.
Suciiusetib. Mas-Suciiusetib. taid a call on Presi

dent Eisenhower last weeS

He laid betore I ke a-plan for the

Feaeral Government to set ij.ow,

oou.fMM a&ioe irom wmcn me- states
iouid borrow at 2 oer cent inter

est to ouiid scnool ouildings-f and

various public worns.

"What tne 48 siates are uo a

gainst,' Mri. President,", .explained
democratic Governor' Furcoio, 'is

the highest interest rate in year!

we have to pay 4 or 4-1-2 per cent

on bonds, to ouiid schools, hospitals

and mgnways.. : rj-,i .;.:A,
-It s promoitive.lThe result is

that a lot of states just .aren't go

ing to :oma,:i!ir.:PAih-iu

"However, continued the Gov

ernor of f Massachuseta,'if ? the

f'eueral Government set aside S3,

000,000,000 from which the states
coiuq; oorrow. at it per cent, i toe
banks would probably lower their

mterest rates.''-; .:''ct:'J

Fureolo told Ike that he had

queried the, other state governors

on tne idea and about half seem

mi to favor tne? man.'- --. i h

l resident Eisenhower, howefer.

was noncoramiuai. ne usienea at

tentivelybut maoe no comment,

, Laier me juaasacnuseiia uovern-

or tried1 the idea out on Speaker

aam ; ajDurn and Congressman

John Mccormaca. of -boston.- the

Democratic (House leader; He got

more favorable jeacuon, -; m -x

'tYNpbN'CHAfisDfiMSf ;
Viii ?i '"' i ''t'irlt
Democratic 'loaders made no
effort to hide their irritation with
Son. Lyndon Johnson, the so-eall
ed Demotretk leader of the

j. Senate, for leaving Washington

when the former President of
the United States, the Democra
tic candidate for President and
ether top loaders of the party
came to attend a monoy-raising
dinner and confer on Democra Democratic
tic Democratic strategy, r
In -addition to being irked at' Lyn

don's boycott they learned that he
is secretly grooming Sen. George

Smathera of Florida to replace replace-Paul
Paul replace-Paul Butler as Democratic Chair

man when Butler retires to run for

the Senate from Indiana:

Smathers, one of the handsomest
Senators, sometimes referred to as

a membet" of the "Lyndon John

son cnarm school." is well remem

bered by 'Adlai Stevenson for the

way he sat on his hands in Florida

in i52.-' c- :

' Smathers made not one Speech
for Stevenson, did not lift a finger

in mat election. 9

' Finally 'toward the end of the

campaign he was asked to' intro

duce Stevenson sit a Democratic

rauy in. Tampa, but refused un

less he wer. permitted to make a

speech 0 .ug-to introduction ex

plaining why he differed with

f

it

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o Ne stencils ..

o Ne Make read

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DO no' accept Sabstltutes
- t'se oBly'GEMJINE
"DrrTO PredocU

: exclaatve Dlstribsters
! For Panama, ft Canal Zone
r' CAa; 2-2010
For a DemrtrUoa

They toll you not te bo amai.
ad If the Marilyn Monroe-Milton

Creene mess Is settled on sur surprising
prising surprising terms. Nobody; getting
anythina.'. u Songstress 5 a d y
Lynn -is honeymooning ef Miami
Beach A .'.Comic Bobby, ftemson
and cute Gloria Leigh, ex-Latin
wuarier ctio..e, are inrk.incpar inrk.incpar-ing,
ing, inrk.incpar-ing, , Jimmy -Cannon's handling
ot the fftMo Waiiace format t
Dumont) was crowded with au
tnority, if no innonta the assign assign-ment,
ment, assign-ment, Dumont h a a ta hold
rma ,piauuience. i Hif fa fata
ta fata do song. star. Kussoll. Arms
(wno oxirs trom tnat snow nexr
i.iumnj win return fo tnt aroma

tic stage. .bell uarvl's new
romance Is handsome young
Marc Micnoi. ,raim Beacn so so-cidy
cidy so-cidy la erearnioss ever tne feias feias-ing
ing feias-ing romance between a yeuniwl
nowso guest and v married
wotnenv, ne Young man nas to
sot tho worst ef It.. --
- The Brad Crawtord abrogation,
long reiarued,; oevomes an -duality
oy July, v .Ceieste Hoim and

iiuauuer iic neuimaa aio leu-

jdiolea entnraued. .Tnat holier)
you heara came trom Norman!

riui, tne magazine veep, wno nau
a turning crepe auzetio drop on
nim. .rat Uutmona or "my Fair
'Lauy'i and Horace Sutton of Sat Sat-i
i Sat-i uroay keview reudexwue at tae
! Left Banc. .It's a boy for t h e
(famed fashion pnotogs Paul ana
ivaren Kadkai at Dr'a Hosp. Moth Moth-,
, Moth-, ex 1 Vokue'a lop picture iaver.
. .Bob Evans, in Zanuck's "Sua
'Also Rises" in ijlexicu, makes
most of his calls to Rita Bernard,
formerly of the Copa.-. . Esther
! Pierce got the sparkier from W.
tAvenll brown, 41. Hia pater was
a U.S. Steel biggie.

In brief, he wanted to makea1

speech, against Stevenson before

bte venson spoke; . -.
This was reJected.-"v-;r'"--'-f 4
j Smathers did come to Tamtia

and sat on the platform.' When ask

ed to take a bow he-was-greeted
With xlong, I loud end continuous
boos. ; ; ; :' ; r hJ'
This is the" man 'Lyndon John Johnson
son Johnson wants-to push as chairman of

the Democratic National CommiJ-

NOTE To atone for his past,

i.yoaon pushed omatners into the
post of money raiser for Demo

cratic Senators' last year. But

Democratic -leaders point out that

Smathers activities helped- Ly s
uon'a Senate friends, not the na
tional ticket, t
. FROM THE SMOKR.
. .. r-ILLED ROOMS
.' When California "Democratic eon

mitteeman faui -juiron mtroducec;
tne .resolution Danning a rignt-to
work oiu be told tellow Democrats,'
A ngnt to-worx mu has no mon
place in a civil rights bill than
rignt-to Jive amendment, has it
Uie.nationai,'aetense approprie approprie-tion."..Ataoama
tion."..Ataoama approprie-tion."..Ataoama corammeewom
an Thomas urged tnat the aegre aegre-gationist
gationist aegre-gationist quesuuns ne regonsiuer regonsiuer-ed
ed regonsiuer-ed a1 Washington because the
press had beeu present- at the bau
i'Tancisco Democratic meetings, st

uemgaics couiu not express mem
selves freeiv. r-

- U01. j aca-Arvey, kingpin of Chl-I

cago Democrats, voicea u y n a 0 n

jonnson 1 -earner' squawx tnat
"rew fearsou. puousnedthe rec record
ord record of .our closed-door- sessions.

now uo you: suppose Drew gets

: Arvey siteo.-

It was no accident ,t fl at the
Southerners stayeu nome, almost

en masse, from last weex 1 Slou-a-

piaie uemocrauc oioner. 6 e n a t e
ieaaer Lynoon Jonnson organized

a -.passive iPoycotc was a ueuDer ueuDer-ate.
ate. ueuDer-ate. snub to the. Democratic Na

tional committee. .He believes the

committee is dominated: by Norm Norm-ern
ern Norm-ern liberals but should be run by
Southern ; congressional leaders leaders-meaning
meaning leaders-meaning himself primarily. .j una-

son- peronauy. led. the -boycott by
going to Texas instead of the din dinner,
ner, dinner, rie passed the word, to South Southern
ern Southern leaders to follow nis example

-itesuit: uniy one southern Gov

ernor, North tarouna's Luther

Hodges; showed up for what was
also supposed to oe a. Democratic
Governors' conf erencc.E ven lu
nessee's fireball Gov. Frank Cle

ment, who had agreed to sit on the

stand, sent his- regrets the la S

ClXlN ON ARAB IPLIT
Allen Dulles, younger,' smarter

brother of the Secretary of State.

tries to keep out of the limelight.

His Central Intelligence Agency is

so hush hush that its employes
refrain from giving their occupa

tion during court testimony in the

District of Columbia: r

: However, it was the unpublished

work of brother Allen's' CIA a a-gents
gents a-gents which tipped the scales in
the Jordanian embroglio and start

ed a split among Arab rulers.

ClA agents sot hold of a confi

dential speech given by Colonel

Nasser to Egyptian Army officers

saying that the Arab world would

be better off if all three Arab kings

were dethroned.; - i v

-Whon the speech was read to
King Saud of Saudi Arabia an old
frlendH?! wont op ii crtel-e.
Saud had advanttd many mil million
lion million dollars to Nasser in the
past'. But immediately he start started
ed started spurning Nasser, building an
alliance with tho other two kings
Hussein of Jordan-end Peisal 1
of Iraq. -!l ; .-. ;.
He sent a million dollars to Hus

sein to pay the Jordan Legion and

to' bribe Bedouin chiefs to remain
loyal to the king; ,-

Predicuon l young mng hus.

sein will be invited to visit the
USA. : ' -s
Prediction 2 Colonel Nasser
will soon call a meeting of Arab

leaders to try to mend his political
fences. It's doubtful if the three
Arab- kings will attend.''

Vivian Trevors, of Park Ave

nue end Geore "Chips'-' Thorn-!
as, riding .master at Sunnycroft
hanco (upstate dude resort), mar-'
ry June 2. They met when she
week-ended there. .Robert Coote,
Rex Harrison's pal ever at "Fair
Laoy,".is out of tho show until
his damaged leg heals. Happened
on stage. .The gal who sits be-i
hind 1st Base and cheers on'

Frank Torre ef the Milwaukee
Braves, is model Maria Verney,
. .Elvw PresWs new perfume
will be called Teddy Bear. Instead
of Gardenia which it is. .It's a

Girl for th Stanley Colberts. He's

an azee at the Wm. Morris Agen-

I cy. .Little Falls, Misscu, home hometown
town hometown of Lindbergh, played "Spir-

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East German Student Plot

Blamed On 'Foreign Agents'

BERLIN, May 17 (tP) T h e
East German secret Dolicev. an

nounced today they had smashed a

plot by East Uerlin stuaenis 10
start a Hungarian : type revolt.-.

V Huncarian students were in the

forefront of the "ireeaom irom-

lnspnvi" unrisiniz last winter."

4 'State security service" said the
plot was uncovered, at the Hum Humboldt
boldt Humboldt University. Students went 00
strike at the university last week
in nrotest against the forced flight

to the West of the dean of the

veterinarian college.
.', Crushing oftr he plot was an announced
nounced announced at a pressconference at
the university on famed Unter Den
Linden. The conference was staged
to blame 'unrest" among stud students
ents students on. Western allied intelligence
services, t ,

Serry'Durfee and Jim Watson

, nold plague.

Dtittrlnr! linrws TNStDE

Congrats to Sis and her commit--tee
on a real great dance last Fri Friday..
day.. Friday.. The dance was we.. ai ai-v,
v, ai-v, Mrn inh and 1 the theme

. was perfect with the location. The
imi wa ("Club 57."-a, night

club."The queen's throne was ye-

rv attractive- ana me pecau"
J . (. mora aPF

. They lad -trip, of aUver paper

hung trom ceiuax :v"r..
cling the kidney, shaped orchestra
tandThe queenvwas scortel to
her coronation by Dave Tate, fol followed
lowed followed by her court, Mary. Wick Wick-,
, Wick-, .n and : Mickev .LaValle' escort

ed by Don Ryter.and Joe Trowef.

AU In all tne aancoj .waa. -.i"6
success, w- icv 19, (- j

Lloyd Resignalcon
Expecled Despile
VicloiyOyerSuez
LONDON. May 17 (UP)-Strong

reports circulated today the For For-eign,
eign, For-eign, ; Secretary Selwyn-- Lloyd,

main holdover of the Suez-Invasion
cabinet, will resign shortly..
The Kovernment won last nieht's

Sues policy vote of confidence in
the Commons 208 to 259 but Lloyd

was considered -an inevitable per
sonal pnualtv. 1

"His position has. become : vir-

tually untenable,". Lord Beaver Beaver-brook's
brook's Beaver-brook's Daily Express said in pre predicting
dicting predicting Lloyd will be out "by the
early autumn.". -. J
,: Other commentators confirmed

s strong belief within, the conser conservative
vative conservative party that Lloyd, never a

strong ministerial performer In

parliament, would "resign" with

in a few months though "not

Ike Signs Bill
Giving Belated)
Medal Of Honor
WASHINGTON. May 17 UP) UP)-President
President UP)-President Eisenhower signed to today
day today into la w a bill clearing the
way for the belated award pf -a
Medal of Honor to Navy Cmdr.
Hugh Barr Miller. t.
'" The awnrd was recommended
by Adm W.F. Halsey for Miller's
heroism1 after his ship, the U.S.S.
Strona." was sunk in July,; 1943,

during landing operations on New

Georgia, Is'and w the Touth ra-

The bill waives art existing

quirement that Medals, of Honor
be awarded within five years after
the action) '

MUler, a native of Tuscaloosa,

Ala., is now stationed at the IN aval

Aif i Nation at. tensacow,ria, f

Senate Committee
Votes Jo Approve
Ike's Nomination

' WASHINGTON. May If fUPJ-

The Senate Armed Services Com

mittee, by a vote of 9 to 1, today

approved President : Eisennowers
nomination of Chairman J. Sin

clair Armstrong of the Securities
& Exchange Commission to be assistant-:
Navy secretary for finan

cial management. '--' )
Sen- Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn)

voted against Armstrong because
Of the SEC chairman's part in the

uixon-yates matter, w ,v

' tfniversity President Werner Hr Hr-ke
ke Hr-ke told the conference that "ene

my acents" had planned' to i use

university students to ignite .a re

volt in the Soviet zone of Germany

similar to the uprising in Commu

nist Hungary.
" Police Col., Emil Bormann said,
"The state security service and

.V. .nn.1.n. f.n.l.ntAil ilia nlft 1

. "The enemy blows were crushed
by the state security service," he

saia.

Bormann said American, Brit

ish and French esDionaee services

recruited agents among the Mud-

ems to "cause unrest. .,and to

misuse the students- in provoca

tions against the workers and farm

era." "'

Bormann reported unrest among

students not only in Berlin, but in

Dresden, Leipzig, Rostick,, uaDei
shers and other East German, cit

ies. He said an undisclosed numb

er; or students nady been arresiea
in all these cities as ''foreign a-

gents. ; ti '., 1

Baptist

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1 , s IU Bruja Roa v
Drawer 3649 Balboa
' Phona 1-17US i'
Carl t. Padccawikl, Pastot
Phona t-17tl.
4 i i
,Sunaj School .'j.. ........ t:S la
MorninS Worship 11:00 a.m.
; TralninK Union tM tm
Evening Worship .......... 1M pm,

Prayer WeeUnj ,
icti Wednesday 1M pjn.
y Brotherhood U
" Mo-iday each month ... :t 0 pa
6pamta Bible School
; Eaoh Saturday 10:00 a jo.

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JOSE V. SARA VIA (rightl, employe ol the U.S. Army Carlb Carlb-beeri
beeri Carlb-beeri Engineer maintenance division at Corozal, receives a $10
.'check and suggestion award from Reace, O. Self.i-foreman Qf
the' light equipment shop of the Engineer maintenance dm- ;
slon In ceremonies held recently at Corozal. Saravia's award-,
winning suggestion, was for small card holders to be Installed
on the instrument panel of geerators. The holders will, con- r
tain cards indicating the exact number of hours the generator
has been In operation and the exact hour the next main ten-
, ance check Is due. (V.S. Army Photo)

rntsT BAPTIST CBUKCB
, Balboa Heights, CI
SZ7 An con Boulevard ;,.
Drawer "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 17S7
:. WIUIaai H. Beebr. Pasta
khmda "School . ." 0 aoa
Mornlna Worship 10:45 a m
Baptist Training Union .... tM D.m
Bvangellstle Service ........ 7 :S0 em
Prayer Ueetina Wednes Wednesdays
days Wednesdays r 7:00 p.m,
If Ml Bible Study ttauro
' days Mia
Men's Brotherhood (Last i
ajonday Us month) f JO da

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A.aol LICCU ... o i
t took .place Wed., at. U:30., It is the
eiffinial seal of the Canal Zone en-

,,4 graved, on the emblem' of our

cnoou II is locaiea un mo
floor .in the exact middle of the
'school. It is certainly the most- o o-.
. o-. riginal gift -ever given. to the
,'school.? U -'f '
The sock and Buskin held their
annual banquet jra the Elks' .Club,
i The theme was the "Teahouse In
the August Moon." The food was
' served in Chinese style with low
: tables and cushions and the guests
attended an rChinese clothes. They
put on an '. appropriate i Chinese
play. Mr.' Miisselman the cast the
committee '.are. to be congratulat congratulated
ed congratulated on a; memorable banquet
.. Speaking of the -drama club they
really hauled! away all the honors
in the contest between BUS and
'' CHS. They received best actress,
r best actor and, the-best play ; a a-wards.
wards. a-wards. It was great play and
they were sorry they, couldn't pre present
sent present It again in Balboa for every
'. cne to tee. Best actress was Nan Nancy
cy Nancy Acly and Joe Trower .the best
actor.
'r:' ."'
. The theme for the coming grad grad-vstion
vstion grad-vstion Is "We The Seniors." with
four sub-topics as follows.' "Our
Preparatioa," by Jim Witttn;
'Our Obligations," by Melinda
WarshaU; ."Our Alms" by O w e a
Sutherland; "Our Gratitude." by
' Jlarcia Lewis. t v

1 Jerry Durfee," senior clase presi president,
dent, president, will also address the assem assembly
bly assembly at the exercises which will
be held June S, ia the Balboa
theater.
Peter Tpwnsend
In Hong Kong
After Red Trip :
: BOXG KONG Kay IT (UPV (UPV-Group
Group (UPV-Group Capt. Peter Town send, once
linked romsntically with Britain's
Prince! Margaret, returned to
Hope: Kong today from a two two-ejpeek
ejpeek two-ejpeek trip to Communist China.
Town send, making as aronnd-the-world
voysfe by eutomobJe,
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his expererces for a Loadoa bcwi
paper-
He refused to answer reporters'
sjuestiorts sboiX China. "1 shall
wriie about it myself," be said.

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, PAGE FOUR

HJOLLYfrJ

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Exclu

ively Your: The 10,000, -acre
Jean Simmons .Stewart Granger

cattle ranch an hour a drive from
Tucson, Aril., won't bear the
Double R Double Retirement)
brand for them for at least five
jrearsJ-" ;
"We'll have to keep working
that long to pay for it," Jean told
me. 'But it's easy commuting
only a three hour plane trip to
Hollywood. And retiremen there

omeday is our goai.

Grant 1$ one of them) and on on-listed
listed on-listed men having ,i b a 1 1 in
France after VE day. Jack's a
combination Ensign Pulver-Sgt.
Bilko character "except he's a
leading man was well as the
world's greatest con, artist."

Jiven 'jjiUcov will be envious

when he 1 sees Jack renting army
ambulances to French civilians

for taxicabs and converting a U
S. motor pool into a motel.

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'The Idea to sell their Beverly
Hills home and move to t h e
rncb was Granger's. "I was
cared at first," Jean said bo bo-ween
ween bo-ween scenes of ''Until They
Sail" at MGM, "and put a
. damper on It, Now, thank hea heaven,
ven, heaven, I love it and it's great for
th. children." i

No. thev're not roughing it.

Their home on the range is for formal
mal formal ranch style with four bed
rooms and a swimming pooL V

JEAN'S LATEST MOVIE, de

scribed as "pure, explosive sex1

bv nroducer Charles Schnee. is

about four tisters in New Z e a

land pining away for husbands
aijd boy friends with the British
nmy in Africa during World War

ir.

Then U.S. Marines land in New

Zealand and .there's new zeal m
living for them. Except for Piper
Laurie. Her hubby .comes home,
finds she's been unfaithful to him,
aad chops her head off. Oh, well,
gfils lose their heads almost ev ev-,
, ev-, ev day 'n Hollywood.
Wean about "Guys and Dolls,"
ttife film that put new zip into her
career: "Sam Goldwyn wanted
Grace Kelly for the role but after
tljp first week's rushes he visited
the set, put his arms around- me
add made me very happy by say

ing: 'I'm so glad 1 didn't get Graced

KJlly.'
4.EMMON ISN'T being squeez squeezed
ed squeezed Not, at least, by his wife's
quickie Nevada divorce now close
a the "Finis" label in Reno, the
mirion named Jack assured me.
"1 don't think she's rushing into
marriage again and neither am
Thaaid. "It was just that we
difln't want to go into court in Cal California
ifornia California and lie about one another."
It's laughs again for Jack in
$rho' Mad; Ball," t Columbia
emedy about nurses (Kathy

THE JERRY LEWIS -' Dean

Martin war of nerves and words

is with, us again. Dean's hired ; a
private press agent and writes
"I'm Tired of Being the Heavy"
in a current TV magazine. .Ju .Judy
dy .Judy Garland's lawsuit against CBS
canceled out one of Ed Murrow's
penciled-in Person to Person
guests A girl named Judy, Qar-land.

Record marathon run for a tele

film series? How about Dan Dur Dur-yea's
yea's Dur-yea's "China Smith," now in its

eighth rerun, in Los Angeles and
still kicking around in other mar markets
kets markets all over the U.S. Fifty-two e e-pisodes
pisodes e-pisodes make up the-series about
which Dan grins:

"It Isn't an intellectual show,
but it sure gets the audience,"
says Dan.

Marilyn Monroe is "just crazy"

about Edie Adams wicked,

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FAIR.SIZEO SANDWICH Probably wishing she had'
brought the family along, Virginia Dodge laugha as she leans
over to sample this three-foot tripledecker club sandwich.
Miss Dodge will reigit as Queen of the Chicagoland Tair, from
June 29 to July 14. Chef Paul Brunet, right, whipped up this
king-size treat, appropriately called "Chicagoland Fair Sand
wich," in honor of the event.

House Group Flays Handling

Of Hungarian Revolt By US.

WASHINGTON, May 17 (UP)

A House Foreign Affairs Commit

c..tj studv irrouD accused the

wicKea, impersonation or ner on ".T" ,BtnA W in Eu

that Emmy Award TV

Well, anvway. that's what Mari

lvn told nal Susan Strasburg,

wiio told Kdie, wno tow arnie a.o-

vacs, who tow me. cross on JJ-r

me s name, by the way, as a pos

sible ouiz show m.c. in the fall.

"I'll never do a quiz snow, ne

told me. 4 1 consider putting a

man or a woman in an isolation

booth is like selling sweat as en
tertainment."

Cholera Epidemic

Sweeps Calcutta :
CALCUTTA, India .May 17 (V?)
Epidemics' of chlolera and small
pox sweeoing Calcutta took a toll
of 127 lives last week, it was an announced
nounced announced today.
Health authorities said the chol cholera
era cholera outbreak reached epidemic

proportions Saturday. They, re-t

ported more'and more victims be being
ing being hospitalized eachday, 70 yes yesterday
terday yesterday compared to 43 Tuesday.

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rope Dy not aiuui nuu6nij
freedom fighters last fall.
The lawmakers said in a sharp sharply
ly sharply worded report that the Eisen Eisen-hnwor
hnwor Eisen-hnwor a H ministration's failure to

use the revolt to break Russia's
prio on earrtive Eastern Euro-

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peans was "tne lost oppoiiumij
of our generation.

The report also said the aamin-

Ictratinn'r fflillirp W baCK Up

words bv action" gave "comfort

in th enemv" and resuitea in

weakening of the watu aiuancc

The eroup recommenaeu a

au'oonin? revision OI u. uvci-

cpos intplliepncR onerations and

the formulation of detailed plans

to take full advantage ot any

future revolts in. lronturain

countries

The vstudy -imsswtv' neaaea'; oy;

J - ,.i o ii pnprl b v Uii S.

nA ve Armistead LJser'

den Maul; FraokrCom

Mainef and 'Aiyin u ueuuejf vy.

Mich).' i 1 J
Sa .I James G. Fulton (R-Pa.)

refused tq sign. ,He said: "every

action wal taJten Dy me jumu-
tration that could have been taken
with resrct to the Hungarian sit-
ttation Mndot the variable circum-
staires."-x :
tv.1 .ointv rnort said no one

expected the United States to, send
tMvms or weapons into Hungary

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"J. BROS. OF MISSOURI"
Chaps. 1-2
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because that might have touched
off World War III.

ad- The fact remains that we Were'

'in- without any measures or devices

at our disposal to meet this crisis
...there was no evidence of plan

ning oi possible courses of action
by the United States and by the
United Nations," the report said.

The United States 'was "oaral-

izea py inaction" aunng these

"fatal fo'ir days;" It said.
"This inaction in effect Weak

ened the morale of the freedom

fighters and emboldened the : So

viets to take their ruthless action
without- tear of counter-measures

from the free world. These four

days gave comfort to the enemy

when they should have iriven corn-

ion to the freedom fighters."

3-Year-0ld Murder

Catches Up With

Son Who Slew Mom

CRAWFORDSVTlE:tlhl Mav

IT XUP J A 'tip from 'mystery

magazine in and a confession by
a son that he murdered his mother

nearly three years ago led depu

ties to her grave in an abandoned
farmhouse yesterday.
Deputier following1 directions
relayed by the Cincinnati. Ohio.

police,, found the dismenbered re-

mauisof a human body beneath

the floor of an old farmhouse near
Crawfordsville.

The remains were presumed to

be those of Mrs. Pearl Hartlage,
56, of Evansville. Ind.. who had

been m.'ssing for nearly three

years.

In Cincinnati, Clifford Watson,
41, a former Evansvilla filling
station operator, confessed he
shot and killed his mother in
1954.
. Watson wat trapped when a Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati neighbor bought a copy of

tne current issue ot "i a s l a e De Detective"
tective" Detective" magazine.

The magazine contained an ar

ticle entitled: "What Happebd To

Pearl Hartlage?" It told the story

of her disappearance and was il illustrated
lustrated illustrated with pictures of-, t h e

missing woman and her son.
The detective story fan tipped

off police that his neighbor match matched
ed matched the picture of Mrs. Hartlage's

son.

Police wnt to Watsen's horn
and found him packing to leave
He, too, had bewght a copy of the
magaiine and decided it : w a a
time to get out of town.
Watson confessed the killing.

saying his gun went off accidental accidentally
ly accidentally as ne and his mother scuffled
in a casoline- station thej. operated

together. i

He rented the old house near
CrafordsvilJe, ripped up the floor flooring,
ing, flooring, and buried hia mother, he said.

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PRESENTS :

. Today, Friday, May 17
PJ. :" -4:00
Feature Review

1:30-What's Your favorite (

' j, quests taKea by pnone

. tut 3:oo), j j-5:30
5:30 j-5:30 News

5:35 What's Your Favorite

(cont'd) .J.,-
6: 00 Allen Jacksoo Commen Commen-11
11 Commen-11 tarv -

6.-15-BLUE RIBBON 'SPORTS

REVIEW (PabstBeer)
6:30 Top Tunes of the Week
, (WRUL) -7:00
Thirty-Minute "The atei
. (BBC)
f:30 VOA Report from
8:00 Music By Roth
:30 Short Story Theater I
9:00 You Asked For It (re-

' quests taken by phone

. till 7:30) 1

9:30 You-Asked For It (re-

10: 3u Cavalcade ot America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.

Tomorrow, Saturday, May 18
A.M.

8:00 Sign On 'Alarm Clock
S V Cltib. (reauests taken

' toy.phcne till 7:00)
7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The- Christophers
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
9:15 Bonjour Mesdames
9:30 As I See It t.r.

10:00 News
10:05 Spins And Needles-

quests taken by phont

till 8:30)

11:00 News

11:05 Spins And Needles

(cont'd)

11:30 Journey Into Space
12:00News ...

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12:05 Luncheon Music
12:30 New Tune Time

1:00 News
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King serenade

2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's your Favorite (re

J 14 quests taken by phone

4 itlll a:uo) ,f

6j35 What's Your F a v o r.J t a

(cont'd) t v jj .,..
6:00 Guest Star

6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

f REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
1:30 Manhattan Melodies .
6:45 Do It Yourself i
7:00 Much-Binding
7:30 VOA Report from U-8.
8:00 Saturday Night Dancinj
. Party i
8:30 Educating Archie
9:00 Your Hit Parade
9:30 Ray's A Laugh

10:00 Music From Hotel El pan-

: ima

10:30 Owl's Nest (reauests

taken by phone through'
out program)
1:00 a.m. Sunday Sign Off.
.... Off. ...

Josnno Dru Gets
Hollywood Divorce
From John Ireland
BOLLYWOOD, May 17 (UP)

Actress Joanne Dru's marriage

to "terrible-ampered .,: actor

John Ireland was dissolved yes

terday In divorce court on the

bluc-eved film player's testi

mony that her husband was in in-sultlna'
sultlna' in-sultlna' and difficult to live with

' Miss Dru made no mention of

two : black eyes and a swollen
nose she suffered last Jul? 4. At

the time she attributed the In

juries to an "automobile acci accident"
dent" accident" But Immediately- after afterward
ward afterward she and Ireland separated
and she filed, for divorce.1
"Mr. Ireland' has a violent
temper," the actress told Supe Superior
rior Superior Judge Georse A. Pockweil Pockweil-er.
er. Pockweil-er. ?He made it" very difficult
in 0" home. He resented mv

friends, became vindictive ana
Insulted them on many, occa occasions."
sions." occasions." 1 .'
Miss Dru and Ireland were
married Aug: ,7.;. 1949. and her
complaint said they ; separated
last July 5.
She has three children by her

former marriage to crooner Dick
Haymes. Ireland has two. chiK

dren by a former marriage,

Quote Unquote

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(re.

PARIS French Premier Guy

Mallet on his Insistence that the

united Nation's Security coun

cil order Egypt to. comply with

the six principles lor tne opera
tinn of the Suez Canal:

"The reply which will be given
tn Prance far surpasses in im-

nnrtance the simple affair of

the .Sues. Canal. f'
CHICAGO Judge John J

Piavton Jr..- oh rejecting a So

vlet diplomat's demand that
four American-reared -boys be

sent to Russia, with their par
ents:- - ; ; ; ":r: J

'We 'cannot release these

children, until we are. sure that
the parents are capable 'and

onailfied to take care of them

We have no' such assurance at

this time." --v.

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V EAST MEETS WEST A Korean farmer, wearing his coun-
k try 'a traditional, garb,, and a sleek, 650-kilowatt Diesel gen-j
h eratof provide a study in contrasts on the dock at Twoiwm.'i
' Ni, Korea. The generator will power a: gold placer- dredg f t
bought by the- United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency
' to assist in the mining. of valuable gold deposits In the area' i..,
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Old Dummy Seryinq

As Meg Substitute

LONDON, 1tfay 17 (UP) A 200-year-old
dummy substituted for
Princess Margaret in a London
art studio today
Italian artist Pietro Annigoni,
who painted controversial por portraits
traits portraits vt QueeL Elizabeth and
Prince Philip, is painting one of
the Princess, He drapes the dum dummy
my dummy v.ith Margaret's clothes when
the princess is not available for
sittings. v-

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Capt.

T HP tlAnb-ine Avm m Ariri at nT

X 1 f iXJytiOf wu a" v- v i

the 68iM)0-ton carrier Franklin u

D. Roosevelt, on tne mysienous
mishap at sea that) forced, thfi
carrier to limp back to port:

""I don't know, what happen'

US Judge Refuses
To Lei Couple Take
4 Sons To Russia :
CHICAGO. Mav 17 (UP) A

family court f judtfe has refused to

tet a Russian couple take' t h e i r
tour sons tu the Soviet Union, i
Judge John H. Clayton Jr. acted
Wednesday after a custody hear

ing involving, the sons of- George
Kozmin, 54 isndhis; wife,4: Nabej-i
da, 35. He arranged.-however, for
the parents to have a trial reunion
with their children this summer

".. The children, 'wards, ? bt the

court, are Richard, 10, George

Jr.,' 8,v PauL 7, and i Peter ;.-10
months. Richard and George are
in the Central Baptist Children's
Home, Lake Villa, 111., while Paul

r i pinceu m a losier nome
Peter is living with his- par-

Civil Rights Bill
Termed 'Rape' Of

Stale Prerogative

"NEW ORLEANS U.S. District

Judge r Ji' Skelly -Wright n ae ae-clarlnt
clarlnt ae-clarlnt ''the -Jstate's" JJUS n and

streetcar segregaUon. lw m
constitutional.' X,'n'S.

""All state': statutes requiring

segregation on public transport

atlon in New Orleans. . are un-

U !- ,. :i,

constitutional."

WASHINGTON-President El

senhower ort the suggestion that:

he has become more UDerai po

litically during, bis tpresidency
"Far from It. If anything I
think t have grown more, con-

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, $U9 per CAR? .":f
Esther Williams In
"NEPTUN E'S (
DAUGHTE R",
In TECHNICOLOR!

The fCozminS, former' slave la laborers
borers laborers in Russia,': came to this
country from a German displaced
persons (ramp in 1950. Their three
oldest sobs were born in the Ger German
man German camp while Peter was born
in rmkaofc"-'' ''. V-'- ".

WASHWGTON.. May' 17' (UP)

Rep. William M. Tuck (DrVa) said
today that civil rights legislation
now pending in Congress reprev

mn a shocklne usurDation ; of

the rights ot the states.'i v ..
lie kaid'dvnea'fM.n?'ih

la'tion have '"lulled" the American :

people into "a false "securitv"

while they arc about tb be ",'raped ?

oi ineir most precious rights,
.;.':",.,!. i-.H'..,,. f ;4,-:7, ... e. !.'.'.,:;,(
Tuck1mae the- statement
fore the House Rules Committee,
which has agreed k.to vote next
Tuesday on whether to send .the
bill to the House, floor for action.
Rcp.'.E t.: Forester (D'Ga.j de-
scribed as; i'asinine'! a section of
the bill providing for a civil rights
commission to investigate viola violations.
tions. violations. He said the FBI and federal
attorneys already have such ait,
thority..4,.ii?i.ji';.:'i,. falpffc j

Forester ssked .the committee to .

is!i 7?i,'f-V.v iif house' debate on

! Both i pareruT were committed to ttrlbiir.',Hco,'Said there is no nee

the Chicago State Hospital as menr

tall patients. Mr-rJCoimin wasre-ieryjlouse member should have,
leased aV cured but Kozmin receiv-Itime to state his views. ',:i;j.VB

ed a conditional release. f
1 Assistanti5tate' .'Attorney Bcn Bcn-iamin
iamin Bcn-iamin Nooselsky said K o tmis

was unaple to care for. his sons

ana mat, 'inereiore, me young youngsters
sters youngsters should remain. wards of the
court. -,:.. :: V :: ;'-:,
Fedor Solomatin, chief pf 'the

Russian Embassy's consular-diyi-sionr
sail hia country would pro provide
vide provide transportation to Russia for
all the Ko?mins and arrange for

,Vf Vaty legislation" and ev-

.Rep. James B. Frailer Jr. (D-
Tenn.J said the bill would "set up
an inquisition" in American and,
sow ''distrust and misunderstand misunderstanding"
ing" misunderstanding" by the "heretofore unheard.,
of powers it would grant to, .the
attorney general and federal 1
COUrtS.. Mi ,i V, r ...
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lie1 called- the .legislation ; "one,
of the greatest assaults on the ...
states a id the rights of the p e o-

ple ever, pei-petrated. by law. 4

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WASHlNGf(5rJ.My 17 (UP)
Congress: yesterday' completed ac
tion on tire first feguiar appropria
tion bil' of the session a v ost or-
fice-Trea jury Department m e a s
ura thajt slashed President Eiseii'
hnwe's romiest bv S80.364.000. ;
The bill provided for a 58 mil million
lion million dollar cut in the Post Office
Department's, new budgtt despite
a warning ey postmaster uenerai
Arthur r E. Summerfield that he
would have to cutback postal erv-
ica in July; ?r'?s
The" i $3,884,927,000 'bin t carried
$691,4e7,000 for the Treasury and
S3.192.000.000 lor-tue Fost umce.
plus ,$14S0.000 or the ., U.S. Tax
Court. The Senate completed ; ac action
tion action by accenting a minor amend
ment1 added by the- House a few
hours:-earlier. -AW-;- tn-Mi-
The ; vote came aa j Agriculture
Secretary Ezra T;. Benson was
tossed' into the forefront ot resi
dent Eisenhower's battle to-ward
off bl ; cuts to his :71,800,000,000
budge: for1 the fiscal year starting
.JUly4;.:;fl:-vS:iiJi:;:KE,i:i,:
"! 'Sanson Danownead VoU
In snecial statement. Benson
ifennnnreH the House vote yester
day which, would kill the neart or
tha aitminlstration'S soil bank. He
termed if ''false' ecwllotty,'l 'ttiat?
would boost federal penduig by
increasing farm price support
The House voted 192 to 187 to
ban soil bank payments after this

L year t farmers who cut back sur

plus crop pianungs. iae proiiusm
would : k i 1 1-ythe acreage reserve
portion of the soit bank, But indi indications
cations indications wer the Senate might re-
. The. Penate. whipped the scaled-
'down appropriations bill to pas passage
sage passage after... Senate Democratic
Leader Lyndon B;' Johnson said he
hoped It would be. sent s to- Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower "on rollefi skates' so the
people vill know we have saved
iso.2G4.WO on the first iappropria-
S urin1 (rtie bnef debate, Sen.
Everett MlJDirksen (R-Ill) warned
the Senatr that the Post Office
mav1 come back later to seek the
extra funds Summerfield said it
needed. Johnson said the Senate
would be ool to the request fun fun-Jess
Jess fun-Jess It nbsolutely necessarv."
Kummerfield had said he needed

jhe full 5S million dollars knocked

out by. long'esn. plus nemaps as
much as 90 million dollars more,
t hand' 'the Increasini mail load.
He backed op i similar' reauest
last monlh by. rutting postal perv perv-lee
lee perv-lee one weekend. ;
Benson, its king ;ttie-OHensiv in
the farm .'budget fight,

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These four: youths,; displaying cigarette burns on their land and

seven rounded up by Casper, Wyo,.

ciearette burns on their hands or

Completes Action

ja South American trip, to remain
in the capital in hopes of getting
the Senate to restore funds for the
soil bank. i 1
Benson said the House vote
would mean a.iiicreasem gov
ernment i price support payments
next year because acres taken out
of the sou Dank reserve wouia oe
planted in cotton, corn, ? wheat,
rice and -tobacico.
i The secretary conceded the lour
year $4,800,000,000 soil bank' plan
was "temporarily expensive.',' uui
ns said it would save tne taxpay taxpayer
er taxpayer monev i eventually and the
House action tcould '"fppng ; be
based on the excuse of economy."
The administration, tiwfth con
siderable chance r for success, is
looking to. the Senate, to. overturn
the House vote. Several; key sen
ators said they believed the acre
age, reserve program should be
given a trial at least this year,
Authoritative sources said Ben
son would ask the Senate to re
store MX) million dollars of 'the
750 million dollar program' for
payments on 1958 : crops. .The
House vote would kill the program.
after payments con the 1957 prp
The : farm battle .'" came, : amid
Switch
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HARRIS ISLAND: S Ci May 17
(UP) The fourth change of com command
mand command at this Marine Corps re recruit
cruit recruit denct since six .recruits were
drowned 13 months ago is, sched
uled for May .24,, witn the r fifth
to follow "fivv weeks later.. ;
Brig. Cen. George R.. E." Shell.
who came here recently to head
the raroitMraining7 command
which is itinder the depot m com
manding general wilt'" temporari
ly Mep tm ti- depot Commander, -f
He will relieve. Brig, ven Wal
lace, M.' Greene Jf .. vho has! been
assigned as commandi'Ht ?enral
at the C-inip Lejeune.'N. C.i Ma Marine
rine Marine baseiiVi' sL;---' '':"-;trf 'V ;;-
. y.x t' va. .'.
, Shpil" will "serve as both recruit
training commander and depot
comm''n'' genprl unHl Julv.i.
when Mai Gen. JRobert B. Lucke
ii ced 'Vd to ass'm command.
1 Msi,.iGen Jf.nh BureT was
deoot commndi!i?' general when
' recruits drowned Apnl 8, 1956.
durirtt n imsch"!!1 '.i'ht
march. nuerVer w.r",l,"ed
frslw'cli slater by Maj. Gen.

cancelledHomer L, Lltzenburg. i ;

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poHce during So lnvestiga-.
wmcn youm woaia ."cnicKea"
. Police said all seven mem.
arms. --,.'
these other budget-cutting t deyel-
opments: ; ''..,
' i ' t '' 1 i h
House Trims Own founds
, , tr, i r
i Tho Hnusa AoDroDriations ..Com,
mittee. which has been slicing the
administration's budget jwk aver-
afa 1 nir ent. orderea a cut .of
abQut 2.7 per centin the H-nrae's
operating tunas ror w7v'
approved a $78,470,285 1 spending
bill for the House, ana some joint
House-Senate functions,
. a Rpnuhlican source said" that
much of a reported $2,500,000,000
cut in defense spending ordered
hv a House appropriations sub-
ittPA is fa the form of de
ferments and funcl transfers which
H nnt renresent actual savings.
Budget Director Percival Brund-
age said tne Duagei was neimer
"irresDonsible" nor, ''carelessly
prepared" as somecritics have
The U.'-S. Chamber of 'Com
merce called for-a slash of $ll,
301,000' in' spending requests for
federal public works next,, year,
Army Corps of i Egnineers amd
$44,782,000 from the Tennes3ae
Valley Authority, ; t
Benson defended the soil bank
In statement released, by ihis
department i iwhile the-; secretary
was testifying beforethe ffoue
Agriculture Committee., e e-Benson
Benson e-Benson noted protests that the
1958 soil" bank program was "cos "cos-ly
ly "cos-ly and wasteful."1 But he said the
mov to. kill it can "hardly be
based on the excuse of economy"
if it means laying out blgegr sums
for price supports, ...
Curvy Nun Turned
parniqiq iH -i esr
Fortune Nl n Canada
CMBRJDGE,;:ngland,May Xt
fUPWAneela Maeeean. a curvy
colleen who gave up the cloistered
life fv a nun to became- a ,bar-,
maid, said today she was 'saving
her money to goto panada.
t She left Cambridge today to
spend a long, weekend at her.
home in Ireland before going on
to a- better."- paying job .at the
Ambassador: Hotel on the resort
island of Jersey.
; The pretty brunette, who meas
ure s 36-25-36. spent four years as
a novice of the French Sisters of
Charity", before deciding to .leave
the convent for the world.
"I'll never go back now,". she
said today. ; n-
-As a barmaid. Angela rtwda a
host of friends among the students
at the university here.. They gave
her a rock 'n roll farewell party
Saturday night that lasted into the
early hours of Sunday, v; s
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Tobacco Draws Biggest Grihr
On Sailing's Wth Birthday

I
SLANT, Va., Mar 17; (UP) -A
chaw of tobacco, a message from
President Eisenhower and a sum sum-merweight
merweight sum-merweight Confederate uniform
made Civil War veteran John Sail
ing so happy on his 111th birthday
here Wednesday inat ne exciaim
m1. "Bv Connies. I feel fine today.
Tha ancient warrior, one of
threa livine Civil War Veterans,
was greeted by 2 more than i 300
well-wishers who traveled up vto
his mountain cabin near here to
celebrate the events
They cut up a ill pound caKe
and save him a big piece. A band
nlaved "HaDDy Birthday" a n d
2nivia." and. an nlH frined from
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One of the crobd ooints about
vlsttinsr New York la that I al
ways run Into Harry Flshbeln
of the Mayf air Club and Harry
always has a good hand for me.
I will let 4um tea aoout uua
one in his own words.
"Foreet about the bidding.
still don't know how to bid the
hand and, played from my seat,
a heart lead wll. beat 'me. For Fortunately
tunately Fortunately West.t opened spades,
the suit bid by his partner."
Look at. the hands now ana
see ; ir you can jigure ous now
Mr. Flshbeln played the hand,
"1 had 11 top tricks ana tots
of l finesses .for the .twelfth.- ne
said. "I knew East's bidding ana
was sure that he held the king
of hearts and at least six spades
fof hls vumerabl overall! If 'he
also held the queen of diamonds
ha would be dead but he did -not
need that card for his bid. tsince
I only held two spades and dum dummy
my dummy only one diamond, I could
not concede trick somewhere
and nlav for a-saueeze. East
could break that up completely
by playing a dlamon. I nnauy
worked out play that came
close to being a sure thing ana
that X have never seen before. 5
I simply easnea my nign
spades and high diamonds dis
carding a low neart irom aum aum-my.
my. aum-my. Then I ran dummy's six
clubs so that dummy's last three
cards were the ace-queen of
hearts and the nine 'of spades.
East saw what I was doing and
discarded the jack and eight of
hearts and held the ten' and
deuce of spades. It did him no
good., I had marked; him with
sfz spades at -the start, played
the ace of hearts and droned
nis sing. .- j :,'

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Corner ef Aiteee Aenoe and "ir Street Ke. I
Tela. 2-2:64 2:85 2-2204

nearby Gate "City, Va., five him
a nlue of tobacco.

: The 4obacco drew 1 the biggest
birthday grin of the day from
Sailing, who nipped off ; a piece
and commented he had "been
wanting a chaw all day but didn't
have any In my pocket." o :
The well-wishers gave Sailing
what he had asked for., a sum
mer-weight Confederate uniform,
even though they had to obtain it
on speciaj order; Confederate s o 1-
aiers were, not given mnmier
fnrmn riiirine the Civil War.
Sailing wore the wool. Confed Confed-rata
rata Confed-rata uniform Biven him on- his
birthday last ; year r and said it
would he pleasant to s wear the
lighter weight, -.
, He 'also received a; big lounge
chair and moved into -it .with .the
help of friends. During most of
the 45-minute ceremony, sat in
his wheelchair in the front yara
of his four-room home. j. -Asked,
to i speak over r public
address system in ? the yard, sau
ing told his well wishers., 'I m
setting along In : years, and
can't get around much any mote
but by gonnies I feel fine 'today,
Sailing, who has spent his en
tire i life In southwest Virginia,
served as private in the Army of
Virginia during the Civil War with
an assignment to scrape out salt
peter from the eaves near hers
for gunpowder. '. '.. ,-:
He has been a coal miner ana
farmer most of his life.
The two tother surviving : Cavil
War veterans, both southerners,
are William L. Uncle Bill) Lun-
day, 110, of Laurel Hill, Fla., and
Walter W, Williams, 112, of Frank
lin, lexas. !','-
Boeing To Produce
Long-Range Bomarc
Air Force Missile
WASHINGTON. Msy 17: (UP)-
The Air Force announced today a
contract for production of the new
Bomarc long range Interceptor
missile. ;,,', ; -; A
The let propelled pilotlesi V ve
hicle is designed to knock down
enemy bombers "at a far greater
distance thsn soy other missile
presently in use in air defense."
the announcement said.
The Boeing Airplane co. seat-
tie, Wash., received a ; $7,109,195
contract "for production models."
The contract obviously will cov
er only a few of the missiles but
the Air Force said it would be
sufficients to "begin quantity, pro-,
duction."'A larger contract would
be expected to follow.
siles's rana have keen 200 te
300 milaa and its speecf Is rella
bly estimated at about 1,450
mile and hour, ;
The Bomarc is 47 feet long with
t tiny wins that' scans only 18
feet, 2 inches. It weighs 15,000
pounds. 4 j
Reporting that it had achieved
superior results" in tests at Pat
rick Air. Force Base, Fla.,, the Air
Force said the Bomarc is launch launched
ed launched vertically by a rocket motor
and cruises with power supplied
by two ramjet engines. The en-
sines are slung on struts beneath
the cylindrical body of the inter
ceptor, t ,y . X
The Bomarc, .which grew out of
studies started in 1949, will be
used by. the Air Defense Command
to attacr bombers long before
they come in reach of the imme
diate defenses around principal
targets, which are handled by the
Army's Nike.
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Legal Pblrifs Slov
Pfice Of riilsrr$ ;
Trial On Conlompl
WASHINGTON,. May 17 The
contemDt ot Coneress trial of play-

wrieht Arthur Miller moved slow
ly today as the government tried
to establish 'an, important i e g a 1
point, ; i. ',
The charges; against him stem
med' from his reiusai to laentuy
past associates for the House Com Committee
mittee Committee ,ou Un-American Activities
which -at the time was, investigat investigating
ing investigating alleged misuse -of passports by
Communists.. .,
i awsvw i: piwvj r ,t
Kaugh Jr. has argued that ques
tions addressed to Miuer naa Hom Homing
ing Homing to do -with passports; but pro prosecutor
secutor prosecutor William Hitz made a de
tailed sTtempt to link .the two
"Oveil -lit augh's i almost f consi ant
objections, Hits questioned Rich
ard Arens, committee stau oirec oirec-tor,.
tor,. oirec-tor,. at length on -the -committee's
Arens." 'Wa'id'my-naiuea,V'inan
who rocked back and forth in the
witness chair,, testified that 4, the
committee was interested in legis legislation
lation legislation to bar-passports for per per-cons
cons per-cons with past. Communist connec connections,
tions, connections, ;
In determining whether a pass
port may be misused, he said,
"you look to what the individual
did in the past.'! This, ; he said,
would indicate whether ?'the perr
son would be disposed to use the
passport in. the interest of the
Communist conspiracy;" --
Police Aid Farmer
Fighting Invasion;
From Outer Space
ALBERT. France. May IT (UP)
Police rushed to the aid of a
frightened farmer 1 to help him
fight off an "invasion from outer
space last night, ?
He called to report a "flying
saucer" had landed in his pas
ture, lighting up the field with
weird fleshes and firing gunshots
into the surrounding darkness.
police with drawn pistols found
that a practical joker had lighted
a string of -firecrackers which e
tied to the farmer's fence;
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liATIOtfAt ORCHESTRA WItL GIVE CONCERT
IN HONOR OF PRESIDENT ERNESTO DE LA GJUARDIA JR.
J The. National Orchestra will give its first 1957 Concert
. in honor of His Excellency the President of the Republic
and Mrs; do la Guardia, next Wednesday at National Thea-
, tre. Members of the Diplomatic and Consular Corps, nigh
- officials from Panama and Canal Zoo and many music
, lovers will attend this gala concert.-
I Admission tickets are sMU available at the Department
, f Fine Arts, Telephone 8-0258. '

. Rabbi Witkin
Will Be Honored
For. 20 Year Here
, RahM Nathan Witkin will be
I konored by members of Kol
helrith Israel at their temple, to-,
, ieht in recognition of h i s 20

years work on the Isthmus.
The service will start at 8 p. m.
;nd' will be followed by a buffet
upper., .
. Kol Sbearith is one of three
Jewish congregations in Panama.
Wavt mafk another EfOUD Bene-

v flcencia Israelite de Panama will

honor Rabbi Wit Kin.
The Rabbi ts, Director of the
USO-JWB and an Arnty Chaplain
or U6ARCARIB.
Mrs. Joseph, Walton
tjives Farewell
Coffee Party ;
Mr. Joseoh R. Walton was host hostess
ess hostess to the M. P. Officers' Wives
Group at her Tort Clayton Quart Quarters
ers Quarters on Tuesday at a coffee. Guest
f honor were Mrs. Harold Von
lessen und Mrs. Lawrence Ci Cipriani
priani Cipriani both of whom are' to leave
in the near future for the States

their husbands having completed
their tour of duty here.

Three Retiring
From Gstun Leeks
Feted At Washington Hotel
Approximately two hundred co coworkers
workers coworkers and friends gathered to-

motive was placed in front of the

orchestra.

Mr. Roy C. Stockham; Chjef,

Locks Division, and .Mr. wm. A.
Van Siclen Jr ., Superintendent,

Atlantic Branch Locks ; Division,

were the main speaker for ; the

evening. Mr. Casscll then called
on Mr, Lorenz JP. Gerpach who
presented each of the honored

cuest with, a gold watch and gifts
from their many friends and as

sociates.: Presentation was also
made of a scroll and Honorary

Life Membership In the Gatun
Locks Employes' Association by

Mr. Gerpach, president of the as as-sociation.
sociation. as-sociation.
Cah;b Clement drew a round of
applause when he crashed the par.
ty ai.a In "bajan dialect" explain-

ed he was sn "oiler. from Gatun
Locks" and that he had come to

oil the locomotive.

Each of the honorees expressed

their appreciation of the honors

accorded them ana recalled many

of their interesting experiences
and associations-on Gatun Locks

during their employment.

Mr. Lutro. Mrs, Radel and-Mrs.

Zimmerman also expressed their

thanks lor the wonderful evening

snd for the orchid corsage pre

sented to them.

Mr. and Mrs. Melhade
Return l-rom Vacstien
Mr, and Mrs,. Abrham Melhado
of Bella Vista, have returned from

gather at the wasmngton Hotel, visiting tnor cnuaren anq lamuy
Saturday evening, ttt honor three -in Jamaica, BWI after a 5 week
Catun Locks employes; Mr. Thp-, vacation trip,
mas Lutro, Mr; George L. Radel

and Mr. George S. Zimmerman, St. Christophers

Cecilia-1,- Queen of the Church
Scliool, who 'Will be crowned to tonight,
night, tonight, and her court will reign

over, this year's festivities. ";:

. tickets vara avaiiaDie rrom tne

members ot the Parish and at the
Church Office. Everyone is invited

to Join in the fun. . ..
(Continued on Page 71
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work'jhe next day."
Baumgardner added that If a
man could convince him he de

served to earn a dollar an hour
"I'll be happy to pay it," : -Sinclair
then discussed briefly
American contractor ; John v.
Carter who-, recently raised the

question; of the application of
the Act. when he engaged in a
scrap-loading job on Balboa
pier. v--v ;..,

The union' claim that carter

must pay his men $1 an hour
minimum was referred to the La Labor
bor Labor Department in Washington

lor a ruling, ana they replied

mat tne union was justified, Sin
clair said,
''Carter has refused to com
Dly." the union leader said.

"and we are taking steps to 4

iorce mm." ;: v t.

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De Hayilland Heron: Is" Queen's Choice
As Airplane For Toting Royal Familyj

Baumgardnr howtvtr, de!
fanrlaJ fiHinw'. wvit ; :1

"I would have paid the same
as he did if I had that scrap scrap-loading
loading scrap-loading job," he said. . ,
Before adjottming, .chairman
Rerrie thanked fije men for
coming, 'He saidjv.

OS THE BOARDWALK Mr. and Mrs., jewett Ui Tucker of
Curundu are shown strolling on the famous Atlantic City
boardwalk. v The couple is on a six week visit to the States
and will also visit New York, Ohio, Washington, D.C.", Virginia
and Florida. While In Atlantic City they visited Miss Johanna
W, Rohmann who spen a three week vacation in the Zone
IaSt January.' Ih Florida they will attend the graduation exer
Cises from college of their children Fay and Ray. -They expect:
to return to the Canal Zone about the middle of June.

en their retirement from active

aervice with the Panama Canal

Mr. Lutro nd Mr. Radel retired

April 80 nd Mr. Zimmerman will
retire May 31.
The bufet dinner and dance
was arranged by the Gatun Locks
Imploycs' Association, with Mr.
Darl Caasell as Master of. Ceremo Ceremonies,
nies, Ceremonies, i,
The buffed table held a minia minia-'tJirerepUca
'tJirerepUca minia-'tJirerepUca of a towing locomotive
-which the three honorees had work

li Jjd oa and around for so many
It -vein.' A. larea .cut.out of th laea.

' -y unLA. larga xut -out of

Give Annual

Cardan Party
All is in readiness for the Annual
Garden Party to be sponsored by
St. Christopher's Episcopal Church,
This year's event will be held in
the parque infantil "Gringo de la

Guardia located in 8th street,

Parque Lefewe, on Saturday, May
n from 7:00 p. m. terl:oo e. m.

The Garden Partr will feature

dancing, refreshments, sandwich

es, Chinese food, tombola, games

of skill, and a beautiful selection
of pastry. ;

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"Those who voice the oninion

that unions are no good, or serve

no worthwhile purposes. ? are

Communist-dominated, or follow

the line of foreign ideolOKles. In

our opinion they are Just trying
to intimidate their employes and
justify or nourish a fear, they
have of seeing their, workers or
ganized into strong unions to
protect themselves from a sel

fish management,"

Rerrie said despite the -paltry
attendance nf pont,ra.r.tin firm

the union planned to go ahead!

wnn tneir unionization project
They will call a meeting at em

ployees soon. .si

REQUIEM HIGH MASS
will be said tomorrow Saturday, May 18 at 6:0 a.m..'
at the San Juan Bautlsta de la Salle Church, for the
aternal. repose of the soul of t ;
AfA DE HENRY
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Teenage Divorcees

tyred) AllerEMsr

Accuse 4 Of Rape

LEPANTO. Ark.. Mav IT fUFl4

Two tetn-saed divorcees charted

today they were raped by two men
and two boys who lured them Into

an automotive by promising to f

overtake a car the girls thought

was octupieu oy ; sinf er aivis

Presley,- Jn ;

Held here on enen charged

were Arlen Eugen Vaden, 27, and

van vavis,'. zi, notn or xruman,
Ark., a 17-year-old Cedar Falls,

Iowa, boy and a u-year-oid Jones-

poro. Art boy.

The girls. It and 17. both of

Memphis,: were watching a Cot

ton Carnival parade Tuesday

nieht at Memphis when theyj

thought they saw Presley ride by I

in a eonverume,

A few minutes later, a car eon.

tainini two men and two boys

drove up ana urgea mem "to nopi
in and we'll catch up with Pres-f

ley.1 The singer was not in Mem

phis
The girls said they were driven

to a country road outside Lepanto

and assaulted, .

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birdcage of wires: and struts con

treating with the clean modern

monoplane lines of their post war

successors, the Doves.

The tremendeus achievements

f Britain's tvrbeprep airliners
have tended te evershadaw the

success ef the humble istan-tn

ginecKpeve: yet this was the fir

craft that first brake late the dif difficult
ficult difficult Cellar market after the

war, te he exent hat well

er int r hird f nearly $00 Devas

old te elate ere flying In the U-

nited States;
DESICNIO FOR UTILITY

" With a high standard of comfort
for eight to eleven passengers they

are the iritument i a dusibsss-

man s dream of a small execu

tive' transport.

But many a i r 1 i n e passengers

have grown to prefer the psycho.

logical comfort oi four engines,

and that is why. in the lata 1940s,

de Hsviilands decided to produce

a larger version of the Dove witn

four engines instead of two.

The result, which first- too to

the air on May 10, 1050. was the

Heron.. V' v 3

-tike- th Xaoide. it was 'design

ed without any fancy trimmings
to give hard, money-makiBgif aerv aerv-iceiwithout
iceiwithout aerv-iceiwithout the need for an elab

orate maintenance organization to

keep Ot wttr--.f5v;-v
; Sturdy all -. metal construction

was combined with the power, of
four wll'provtn' 250, horsepower

uipiy yueen engines.
A fixed undercarriage was. used

to keep the whole design as simpie
as possible. ;, -:" :
Only eoirf ort and safety were

given priority over simplicity.;
. Soon rdr began te ceme In
front eeuatries as far eperr as
Uruguay, Australia, Japan., THr;
key, Seuth Africa, the Sahamat
and Iraa. far this MW lunler air.

Jlner with nermet aeating fer 14
'te 17 pessengers. j. l
'British European Airways, found
it ideal te replace Rapides on their
routes in the Scottish islands and

Highlands, where 1 a n d i n g I are

made regularly on hard open
benches to 'pick up passengers and
sick persons who need; a otiick air
ambulance service,:
But tnsny other customers con considered
sidered considered the complication of a re retractable
tractable retractable undercarriage a worth worthwhile
while worthwhile price .to. pay for improved
performance, and this is a stand standard
ard standard feature ea the Series 2 Heron,
bow in production, -M ,. jS

lie,' easy it io wy aueran iu

dava of roaring sosce r consuming

jets, keeping alive something of

the leisurely flying of the 1930s
with a full load it weighs only 13.

BOO pounds, which is less tha half

tne weigm oi many swan i
fiehter aireraft It will Uke off in

7S0 vardr. land in 665 yards and

cruise at a pleasant 185 miles per
hour.' - v -.v i.

Thi way seem slow, by Jet-hner

standards but what jet could land

on the beach at-lonely Barra in
the Western Isles f Scotland, er
st a o airstrip hewn out of eut

tha iunatt in Indonesia?

Nor are there many other small
aircraft' that can bo fied w i h

such a .range of safety ai, In Including,
cluding, Including, automatic rfdio eorapais,

Wind landing equipment ana au

tn-nilot. j- ; ,- . 3-

wss th6 Inherent safety of the
Heron that caused it te be chosen

e re eeuip me vueeu s rngnt.

At first only one Heron wis

bought, specially fitted out with e

more luxurious cabin and every

possible radio and radar aid.

'S" '' became e favourite
with the Duke ef f dinburgh, who
"V-,-. .-. -it i seisenally, end seen
iwe mora Herens were ordered
to replace the veteran Viking
that have given se many year
f faithful service te Britain's
Reyal Pamlly.

There could be no create? tin

our to bestow on an aircraft tha

in us evoryaay lorm, brings, saf
cheap, convenient air travel to th
ordinary people of more than,' 2
countries in every part -of th

world. : '"-'-' v .

. ..- nude the mistake of smudeinir th

y mKi. MUKIIL LAWRINCB icebox. take this dama Inth".-

I w W wwa ajauu

ONE "day when Itev was five.

ne Became angry at his mother.
Not daring, to kick her, he kicked
the refrigerator: mskinr a black

emudge on us white enmel.

ne -didn't rec-uire him to clean
it. Instead, she cleaned it herself.

crying angrily, "That's' rights
make more work for me! You had

boy, I don't know, what, devil gets

mho you. uo, on-r,get into we yard

vviui :ut you
Roy rap into the yard, pursued
by these accusing words. Thev

echoed louder and louder inside

mm. multinivin ; i n t n tfrrlfvlna

thoughts. k Would his mother ever

o tuna ro wnr again? Why should
she be kind to a boy she1 consider considered
ed considered so bad? It ahe wasn't then h.

fore him was only this bleakness

this wfuJ i feeling of Nothing-

BV9a,., V , ' i, ft 4

IN no time, these a n x i a n a

thoughts had got Roy into' more
trouble. .,-.

As our childish dainairi ? nn

absorbed all our attention se they
now absorbed so much of Roy's
that he had little left to eiv to

what he was doing. So he lost his
footing on- th trellis he was try trying
ing trying te eliml and fell, tsarina a hi

rip in his new aweater.:-24

This mistake brought more ac

cusing words. Jn their turn, they
multiplied more anxious thoughts
that preoccupied more of his at. i

tenuon so that he got mixed up in

anotner miataxe.. 'u'
This if how a i child hatrlna to

develop a record of misbehavior.
Pursued by euc criticism; he be-

comes so preocoupied with' his de deficiencies
ficiencies deficiencies tht they begin to seem
more real than, the physical world
around him Lost in our disapprov

al ef his past, he becomes virtual virtually
ly virtually unable to control himself in the

presents ,

WHAT de we do? we certainly
can't pretenJ to approve of kicks
on the icebox. I think the answer
U-to tiay:, "Hon, that you have

wipe tbe mistake away.'

' This' is easy to do the memen

we see that we are helping Roy. ti
erase, not the smudge, but his ant

xiety cvev our disapproval. We ti

ne to ; insist; on tne correcting

act oecause py it ne cancels out
the unacceptable one and is re

leased from the burden of the past:
i,. i

i Such discipline preserves t Roy's,

integrity, u is wve. ; a

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1 LONDON. May 17 (UD-The

United Nations disarmament con

ference was recessed fer 16 iti
todsy so the U. S. and Soviet

delegates could consult with their

home goversments aa aa ap

proach te a partial disarmament

agreement.
The two-month-old talks among
tha United States. Russia; Britain,

France and Canada were clearly
at a turning. point when the recess
until Msy XI wss tskea.
U. S. Delegate Harold E. Stis-

( sen left for New York and Wish.

lrgton, sad Soviet Deputy Jrereigo
Minister Valerian A. Zoria will Ct

to Moscow tomorrow.-
Tbty made hurriad trips te j
Washington and Moscow durki

I the Esfter recess. j
Sources hare said decisions Ihey ;
reach at heme might make ari

break the SusarnameU talks whra

resumed.
fttassea win eonsult with U. I.
Secretary ef State Jabs faster
Dulles and nrobabiy with Praai.

dent Eisenhower.t
The last and West have s4 s4-vsaceeT
vsaceeT s4-vsaceeT various proposals during
the twe months of dragrH-eut
MgotiaUoBs sad must decide ea
compromises if there is te be any
form ef first eub" irrMiaant

icb eventually could leal ta
I fort her disarms Bent,

I Americas experts have been
working ea e "total resprissl,
of disarmament Mliev lor srara

Uaa twe weeks..

Infonaed sources si 4 the East
and west were fairly close te
agreement e cocvesuortl arias

Jente and areeptaae mt President
Eisenhower's -eoea skies" wTr-

boa plan, where each nation ewld
Imwct specified tmtrr e4 tht

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Lurfchton Honors 5
Pott President
Of Cristobal Club ,.,
f Mri..W. Brooks, newly elect elected
ed elected president of the Cristobal Wo-
. inan'i Club, entertained with a
luncheon at her. home in ..Marga ..Margarita
rita ..Margarita honoring Mr. A. L. Logan,
recently retired president of the
club,' -who just completed .two
years in that capacity.
J4rs. Lc gan hagbeen very active
in the .Woman's Club and was
largely responsible for (he philan philanthropy
thropy philanthropy every Thursday morning in
Addition to other work which the
presidert has.
' "Tha ladies who have served
with Mrs. Logan on the past and
present executive boards of the
woman s uuo contnouted toward
the ift vhich was presented du during
ring during the luncheon: '-'

Those attending were Mesdampj
A.,MeUgar, H. G. Turner, A. u.
Wilder; iV. W Patton, A. J. Mc McLean,.
Lean,. McLean,. M,- F.. Dunn,. K.. L. neurn,
J F. Meeban, K, W, RubelU, Earl
Orr,.K.' A Allan, P, Francey; N.
R. Hutcliiscn, W. F Grady C. H.
Lawson,' Ov W. Lewis,- W, T. Clute,
R. Jf. Miller,. George Roth, A. T.
Wilder, S,' A. Kida, R. I jening,
and IS, F,. McClelland., i ,
Pacific .Navy Wivoiv
Will Ttor Gemboa-,
Pacific Navy Wives Club will
tour Uf.N.: Radio and TV Station
Wednesday, .'!,
Members interested in. .taking
this trip should be at the Cocou
clubhouse prior to 8:13 a. m. The
group will go by bus and jitter
visiting these places will h a v f
lunch at the' "1 Rancho.

USIA; Hopes To Regain Few Million
In House-Senate Budget Compromise

. "WASHINGTON,' May 17 (UP)

The U.S. Intormauon Agengy to to-day
day to-day hoped to regain a few million
dollars in -a House-Senate compr
- ise on its tattered budget.".
- Bub that would not alter the lie lie-'
' lie-' feat he USIA budge has-, met -in
' tu-o taoia shrdlu mfwyp fwyp
1 Congress. The Budget emerged
from the Senate' Wednesday mqht
vith morethan a 'thired cut away. -The
, benaie voma. i axy
$90,200,000' -53 million' less htan
President Eisenhower requested
nd $15,900,000 less lhan approved
bx the House, r
, The extra cut was 'approved 6145
with the Senate .GOP leadership vo
.int for it; Only a few hours earlier
the President, had made a new ap appeal.
peal. appeal.
Despite the 37 per cent cut, the
agency still was voted more than
it received, in. three of the las
four years. Its budget in the cur current
rent current fiscal year was 113 .million
dollars.' ;
Other congressional 1 develop-'
mentsr .,! f j, t
Rackets i -The Senate Rackets
Committee summoned Teamster
President Dave Beck to face
more than a dozen charges that he
misused his power ind union dnnris
t enrich himself and his family
The committee also has- subpenaed
Norman Gessert, a cousin of Mr.

Beck, who had been sought by the
committee for' weeks .along with
three other still missing witnesses.
' Budget -J Charman George H.
Mahon (D-Tex.) of House appro appropriations
priations appropriations subcommittee said be
Knew-of no effort to have his group
reconsider' its tentative $2,500,000, $2,500,000,-000
000 $2,500,000,-000 cut in the defense budget, Man
said "whatever, cuts are made by
our subcommittee will be designed
to improve efficiency and economy
of our military forces."

t Tests -r- co-chairman Clinton f.
Anderson (D-N.M.) ef the Joint

Congressional Atomic Energy Com

mittee urged ?'some measure of c

trol over large-shale testing of hy

drogen bombs. He said now thftt

Bntam has successfully fired an H

bomb 'other .countries are gomf

fet into the act and start testinv he

biK bomb." .-: ..

-Soil Bank i-The House voted

190487 to: discontinue the o J b

program after this year. But vCh

man Allen J. iuuender (U-ta.) ot

Senate Agriculture Committee and

Other key senators said they oppos
ed the House action ?

Foreign Aid The House' Gov

ernment Operations "Committee ra

ed "serious questions about tbe

iom of the present methods ( dis

buling foreign aid; It asked congr

to consider whether to trim th "v

Ifexible authority"' enjoyed by fore

ia Officials. V i'f;;.f

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ton fSaturday are showa left to right George L'.Radel, Mrs, Zi mmerman,. George Z. Zimmerman, Mrs. Luro and -Thomas Lu Lu-tro!
tro! Lu-tro! ia the background a miniature towing- locomotive, may be seen... All three honorees are retiring Gatun- Locks', Employes.
' ,Y ,'!.' i. ", ,''- (Photo by CWl,'W.. Reynolds)

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Scintillation
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Two $600 six furlong sprints for fourth series

imported thoroughbreds are the main events for to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's interesting ten-race program at the Pres President
ident President Remon racetrack.

vTh'e races are listed ninth and
Aenth on the card. s
urk lire 'nitii Manx Stuardo.

,piug t
Jetao irhd cmfw mfw
fappa Flynn, Oliver, buntonner,
'Concrete Pipe, Distingo and El
' Fakir against each other. El .Fa .Fa-,$ir
,$ir .Fa-,$ir and Suntonner are the prospec prospec-tve"mutuels
tve"mutuels prospec-tve"mutuels favorites.
5 Maria Stuardo Oliver and Dis Dis-ingo
ingo Dis-ingo should be (Heavily backed
too. Pappp- riynn, because of his
"tendency to'jRet left and the short
'distance; seems a jure bet U be
the lontfshot of the race. Concrete

Pipe is apprentiy outclassed.
J Suntonner was an Impressive
tomc-flrora-behlnd winner last
aturday. Ei Fakir was second
bfchiitf i Kingowith Maria Stuardo
tJhirdi only a' teck back of El Fa Fa-tir.
tir. Fa-tir. "Oliver was fourth while Tap-

pa Flynn and Concrete Pipe trail trailed.
ed. trailed. Alfredo Vasquez, who hasn't
won a race since returning from a
lengthy layoff, will guide El -Fakir
while Alejandro Ycaza has
the leg up on Suntonner.
Daniel Cinigho's promising Ir Irish
ish Irish colt Scintillation looms a
"sure thing" in the nightcap. He
wdl be opposed by the speedy, Vol Vol-canico;
canico; Vol-canico; sprinter Elko, the poorly
performing Tony and slow-starting
Michiripa and Plateado.
Elko, which will be ridden by
Julio Rodriguez, and Michiripa,
with Ycaza slated to do the not noting,
ing, noting, shape up as Scintillation's
two most dangerous contenders.
Ruben Vasquez Will handle the
Ciniglio colt's reins. s
vEight other prospective thrillers
are scheduled for tomorrow.

Minor Leagues

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Results and standings follow

San Francisco fr Los Angeles 0.

Vancouver 9 San Diego 4.
Hollywood 3 Seattle I. -Portland
5 Sacramento 2.

Teams A -W
Hollywood ,,.22
Log Angeles ..,.,,..20
Vancouver . . . . 20
San Francisco . ... ;-20
Seattle ......17
San Diego ...... ,...;17
Portland ... ;11
Sacramento ..... sv 8

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13 .606

14

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19
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26

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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
Results and standings follow:
St. Paul 6 Omaha 2.
Louisville S Wichita 4 111 tan),
Charleston 7 Indianapoli3 6.
Minneapolis 4 at Denver, post postponed
poned postponed wet grounds.

Teams -Wichita
St. Paul
Minneapolis
Indianapolis
Omaha ...

Charleston

W
.19
.18
.ia

.1516

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....15 18

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9
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Denver ........ .....10

Louisville 6

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DOUBLE TROUBLE-Calumet Foreman Al Filocomc holds the stable's twin three-year-old
, threats upon arriving .at Pimlico. Gen. Duke, left, isn't ready for the Preakness, May 18,; but
hell be around plenty later on. Iron Liege, right, took the Kentucky Derby and is primed fop
" "nlico's bie one. Calumet also Tias another Barbizon. last year's two-year-old champ, colt.

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HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

a Three 'of the ten entries for the
$7 500 added General Reffloo Clas

sic schediuec lor June z, win

fiive local horse-racing fans a

good idea of their chances in the
big race when they tangle Sun Sunday
day Sunday in the: $650 one mile "Fed'
earn", Handicap.-. n 4
This' handicap will be run in
honor ot the '-more than;200 dele delegates
gates delegates now attending the tenth con

gress at tnc eaerauon oi onee
Growers of America now being

held here. Jy,

The handicap shapes up on pa paper
per paper as a truly fitting event to be
entrants Opulento, Gouvernant
and Minuendo are the horses be being
ing being prepped for the one-mile -and-nn-.iahA
junn event. Sunday's

one ;mile iteature ; should provide.

The race, however, should be

by no means a three-sided duel
because Kadir, Camatose and
King are erpected to be in ,the
thick of things too. Any one .of

these latter three horses could

haul down the winner's : snare, ..

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History may be made out at
the local track tomorrow. Train Train-Hugo
Hugo Train-Hugo da la Penha hat four fi filial
lial filial ontertd in tho special non non-winnora
winnora non-winnora race. If all start, it will
b the first tbne that so many
animals havo ever raced In an
entry Ir Panama.
The filliei, are Ooala Miss, Cly Cly-bern,
bern, Cly-bern, Display Song and Corona Coronation
tion Coronation Day: The first two will be
making their local debut. They
are owned by the Stud Barpenh.
Display Song and Coronation Day

Racetrack' Tips

By CONRADO

1 Bcan Amin Did!

2 Germanfo Display Song (e) Several

3 Golden Mooi

are. the property of the Stud Xa
Enea.

. Ocala Miss is a three-year old

chestnut daughter of Samurai

Ann Dover while Clybern is by
Bernborough-Clytiei Clybern is a

bay four-year-old. Both fillies are

from the U.S.

Also scheduled to make their

first local start in this race (the

second on the card) are the debu debutants
tants debutants Tiequest and Germanio. Tie Tie-auest.
auest. Tie-auest. which has never, raced, is a

three-year-old chestnut cblt by Be-

questcdlytie. He is ownea Dy me

Stud 4:30 ana trained oy Juan a
Jimenez III.

Germanio is a hichly rated, Ar

gentine-bred bay colt .owned by

the Stud Germanio and trained by

Antnnio Eskildsen. This four-year-

old is by Gringazo out of Full of

rep. i

Other debutants iistea w Drew

into the local horse-racing scene

this week are Cypress Bull, Yoyi
ta, Mr. Coup and Golden Moon..

Cypress Bull, owned by Este Este-ban
ban Este-ban Perdome Jr. and trained, by
Estaban Perdomo, is a t w o-ytar-old
American-bred bay off offspring
spring offspring ef In Suspense-Aethelteo.
- .

Yovita. a two-year old bay

daughter of Count' Curley Sweet
Smoke, is owned by the Stud Glo

ria Stella and trained Dy &auarao

E. Young-Y. - '.f.. .

Golden Moon is a brown two-

vpr-ld fillv by Huario-Bisaera.

She is owned and Jrained by Pru-
Hon.in Pinilln. V

Mr. Coun is a speedy two-year

old chestnut son of Royal Coup

it 'at IjiHv Lutk. He is owned by

the Stud Soberano and trained by

Rafae( de Alba.

4 Portal

5 Tingat
6 Camberwell
7 After Me
8 Vilma P
EI Fakir
10 Scintillation

trainer changes nave

El Pequeno rep3rted this week. Eric

' rru rru Hugn GittensMs now Uie nanajer
Black Gold rf hosier. Horacio Hidalgo Nsy
Globe Trotter, trains AnseUta and Gabriel

- Iruaxu i "rnnidn" Andrion has been

MontereLi,, ia rharge-of the Stud Al-

sunionner .!' Pavinetto.

Michiripa

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r Ramon racetrack not signed by

manager Pawe a. mayr wi
b invalid as of this woek. Per Per-tone
tone Per-tone wrtWng te-enew the It
passes must apply personally at
the manager, office.

Sports

STUTTGART, Germany IUP)
a lutn-iiil ficht between world

light- heavyweight champion Ar

chie Moore ana rearo joaycu w

HoUand, scheduled for May s,

has been postponed oeaus 01

injury luiierea or suyssera u"-

have begun negotiations with itaW
inn. French and Belgian heavy

weights to find another opponent
for Moore,:., ; .:. -i

COMPTON. CaluTfUP) fhe

fHd for the mile ran in tse !Ui

annual Cemptei invitiuonsi

Track- Meet bat been filled with

eight runners scheduled to paruci-

ta inchiding Aosunnan mar
lemm Lincoln and Hungarian

refugee Laszlo Tabori. The fliers

in the field are Tom Courtney,

Bob mSeaman, Jerome Walters,
Fred Dwyer, Larry Wray and
Sid Wing. . v

COPENHAGEN. Denmark 'UP)

England defeated Denmark, -L

Wednesday ta a world rap soccer
euminattoa match. The English
victory virtually assured the coun

try of an entry u tne final rjund
in Sweden next rear. England
reeds only a tie 1 est Sunday's

match ia Dublin with Ireland to

gain tbe championship round.

July 4

The Elk's Lodge 1414, Balboa
Chapter will sponsor the first
annual invitational -i swimming
meat et tho Gamboa pool on Ju Ju-ly
ly Ju-ly 4 at 9:30 a.m. in cooperation
with the division or schools and
conducted under the rules, of the
Amateu ' Athletic Union of the
United States, the meet i will be
open to1 member of the armed
forces, their dependents,!, and
students of the U.S. schools ef
tho Canal Zone.
- Tho Balboa Elks hope to make
this an annual affair so t hat
swimmers in tho Canal Zone
will look forward to competing
yearly 'or championships.
E wants will. Include races for
youngsters, from 7 to 14, for high
schoo' students,, and for adult
men and women in an effort to
establish some permanent rec records
ords records for the Canal Zona., This
will givo every ambitioue swim swim-mar
mar swim-mar a goal to shoot at from one
year to .the next ; k ;x .., t.ti

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T"

WilliamsAwaits

League Action
On Bat Hurling

BOSTON, -May il7 (UP) Bos Boston
ton Boston : Red lSQx: luggr i.Ted; LWU-?
liams today awaited American

League action on his latest dis

play of temperament careless

ly heaving a bnt in "disgust at

An umpire's report on the In

cident Wednesday was forward forwarded
ed forwarded to League1 President Will
Harridge In. Chicago. A league
decision whether to fine or re

primand Wllliama or both, was

expected shorty
.The ? bat-flinging episode,

provoked ? by the star hitter's

batting slump, -was in violation

of league rules and a directive

Issued recently by Harridge, who'

reportedly was fcf.rm.ed that a

bat might bounce into t h e

stands and injure a spectator.

Umpire Charlie Berry, who re

ported Williams, said the- offi officials
cials officials were told to clamp down on
arash" of bat hurlings. Mickey

Mantle of the New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees was reported last week by
the same umpires for an iden identical
tical identical offense. .

The report had an Immediate

ly soothing affect on the fiery
Williams, who kept a firm grip

on his bat thougn he struck
out three times in a row yester

day before getting a fluke dou

ble. He carried tne club back to

the dugout each time he was

retired. v -.. : ' I

Williams.' fined a record-tying

$5,000 for spitting toward the
press box and grandstands last

year, has had only four nfts m
his last 27 at bats. His average

has dropped more than 100

points to .369.- ' ;
Don Campbell Says
Speedboat Bluebird
Due In HY June 25
NEW YORK" (UP) Donald
Campbell aatd today his H-?ro-pelled
speedboat, tbe Bluebird,
will arrive ia New York from
England-aboard tbe liner United
SUte on June 2S.
The : following day, Campbell
and his eight-man team will leave
fur Lake Canandagui ain optate
New York, where the young Brit,
ish speed demon will attempt to
break his own world recored either
in July or Annst, wheoever con

ditions on tbe lake are perfect.

Campbell was tovrted t try for
a new recored on Lake Cansnda Cansnda-guia
guia Cansnda-guia this summer by Gov. Ave Ave-rri
rri Ave-rri Rsrriman. Tbe son of the la e
Malcolm Campbell holds the es es-i.imf
i.imf es-i.imf speed record ef 2S miles
per heur.

!: Race Track Graded Entries

s

P.P. Hen

'Jockey.

Comment

OaaV
Pool Closes 1:00

1st Race 6th Series Imp. T Fgs. Purse S4(N
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Ponton J. cadogan 103N Rates-good chance
2 Rlscal r. Alvarea 108 Disappointed in last '
3 r-Amln'Didi S. Carvajal 108 Should be close up 1
4 Pde Gales A. Credidlo 110 Strong effort last
6 Curale rfJ H. Ruiz 100 Nothing to recommend '1
6 Bacana J. M. Bravo 112 Form indicates'
7 JRemozada A. VasqueA 118 Could make it here
8 Socorrito, : K. Flores 115 Last doesn't count

v-r.
'5-1'
25-1 ;
: 2-1
3-2

2nd

Race "Special' Imp. Fgs.Purse 650 Pool Closes

2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE ..
1 Bacandto V D. Cortea 108' Returns fromlayoff
2 Fudge Girl J. M. Bravo 108 ; Has atrone finish y-lMA

3 Miss patience A. Credi. 105 Last indicates
Aberargie b. Agulrrc 112 Depends on signal
5 Tiequest V. CastiUd 112 Requested-Clytie
6 Germanio F. Alvarez 113 Has high rating
7 (Ocala Miss B. Baeza 110 Samurai-Ann Dover
8 (Clybern S. Dano 110 Bernborough-Clytie
9 (Display Song A. Vas. Ill Ran well in last ,.

Is (Coronation D 7. Hldal. 106 Hasn't shown much i

a. 3o

't I.'1
' f'S-Z
; 3()-i
' 5 -2
i g.
5-2.

Fool

3rd Race Non-Winners Nat. 4 F. Purse S250

, - ,ONE. TWO
, ; '. :tr:. :. ',' i -'f : .. S . . -v'.":

1 Golden Moon J. Congo. 110 Has fair workouts

a uuacamaya j. m. jaravo iiu improving slowly

1 Closes

3 Yoyita

4 Angelita S.
5 Mr. Coup
6 El Pequeno
7 Tanganica

2:01

10-1

R. CrisOan 110 Count Curley-Sweet Smokt 2-1

30-1
,3-1
; 2-1
4-1.

Hernandez 103x Forever maiden

C. Ruia 112 Royal Coup-Lady Luck
,A Gonzales 106 Form indicates -E.
Darlo 108 Apparently off form

4th Race

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t

1 Mile Natives Purse f 275

r. QU1NIELA ":

1 Folletito
2 Elenita
3 Portal
4 Fru Fru
5 Julie .; (,
6 -Redondita

f

G. Vasquez 109x Stout-hearted runner.

J. M. Bravo 108 Returns in good shape

B. Baeza 108 Everything indicates

V. Castillo 112 -Should be close up
A.' Gonzales 118 Dangerous contender
Q, Sanchez 113 c Distance handicaps

Fool Closesl:33

5-1

3-1
-3-1
10-1

T

5th Race Natives 7 Fgs. Purse 3300 f Pool Closes 3:0g

1 Black Bee,
2 Black Gold,
3 Moonshiner

4 Tlngatu'ss

D. Cor tez 115 Could surprise t s-1
A. Ycaza 113 Distance to liking 7-5
vs H.t Ruiz 105 Has strone finish 3-t

R. Cristian 118 Returns from layoff JEVEN

6th Race 6th Series Imp. 1 Fgs. Purse $400 Pool Closes' 3:4S

i : F1KST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
, 1-Greco Si Carvajal 108 Early speed only' s i5-i
2 Camberwell B. Baeza 112 J-Has best finish 1 '2-1
3 Globe Trotter B. Agui. 115 V-Last was revealing ? g-5
4 Tiny Brook j. Phillips 110 i'r-Vastly improved' '-'3-1
5 Soft Note a G. Sanchez. 115 Could get up 8-1
6 (W. Jimmy F. Alvarez 110 Jockey will help 1 4-1
7 (Lyrical A. Reyes R, llOx Best early foot., 4-1

7th Race 5th Series Imp. 9 Fgs.Purse $500 l Fool Closes 4:20

' 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE ; i

1 J. Fiddling A, Credidlo 108 Distance eliminates
2 After Me A. Ycaza 118 Should beat these
3 Little' Fool J. M. Bravo 110 Reportedly ready
4 Jaqulmazo i.G. Vasquez 102x Should improve here
fr4M Halltgaij Aw Reyes R. I05j Improving steadily p"
6- -Verygooa Ai. -. Vasquez 115 Will fight -it out. :
7 Iguaza :l v F 'Alvarez 110 Distance to liking

10-1 K
8-2
, 1
5-1

-5-2
.2-l

8th Race "jG'f Natives 0 Fgs. Purse $275.00 Fool closes 4:55,

' QUINIELAW' r' 1
B. Aeuirre 113 Impressive1 win last
R. Vasquez 115 Seeks third straight'
J. Phillips 108 Could be upsetter 1
! D. Cortez 115 -Racing to good form

A: Credidlo 110 Bad start in last

1 Liboria
2 Vilma P
3 F116n
4 -MonterO
K -fin naimn

Riio-aha B aBeza-110 Should be contender

7 Pichoto S s. Hernandez 103x Hopelessly outclassed
8 La G Ladra J. M. Bravo 110 -Could make it here

'4-1
3-2
S 1
2-1
f 10-1
3-1
30-1
' 4-1

I Fgs. Purse $600.00 Fool closes 5:3
, ONE TWO j .

9th Race, 4a. Series Imp.

1 M. Stuardo F. Alvarez 110 Distance a bit short
5 Pappa FlynnB. Baeza 106 Notoriously poor starter
3 Oliver ... S, Carvajal 112 Last was obvious
4 Suntonner. A. Ycaza 115 Hard to beat now
5 C. Pipe F.-Hidalgo 105 Would pay off (
6Duitingo J. Chuna 108 ; Dangerous 'this tune .....
7 El Fakir A. Vasquez 116 WU1 fight it. out

4-1!
10-1
4- 1 -3-2
50-1
5- 1
3-2

10th Race. 4a. Series Imp. I Fgs. Purse $600.t Fool doses :ei

1 Scintillation R. Vasquez 113 Should win again EVEN
2 Volcanico A. Credldio 1 13 Blazing early speed : j. -r1.: i'i i
3 Elko J. Rodriguez 118 In exceflent shape f r, 8-1 ;.
4 Michlripi A. Ycaza 115 Distance seems short 2-1
6 Plateado A. Reyes ft. 107 Nothing in months 251 1
Tony F, Hidalgo 115 Worse each time cut v v 50-1

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' KEN ROSEWALL

Long Suffering H briers;
Have Days, Nights Too

fnrnAri nrnfPRslonal in 191 alter

winning Just about every ama

teur championsnip lmaipimuic...
The hard-whackinn and am ambidextrous
bidextrous ambidextrous Pancho Segura was

born In Ecuador. He Is one oi
the most colorful ; players of

modern tennis.' He turned, pro
in 1947 ''to Join Jack : Kramer.

Dinnv' Pails and Rlgga on

(world wide tour. X

This' other 'two stars .both hail

from Australia. Dinny Pails has

represented Australia, in the

Davis UUP jnatcnea, ia n r
spectacular wins. Possessed with
terrific fight, he E always gives
out 100. He has helped, Rose Rose-wall
wall Rose-wall as his coach and together

By FRED DOWN

NEW YORK, May IT -- (UP)
It's a slugger's era j.but those
.long-suffering pitchers have
their days and nights, too. And
a feW more like yesterday wil
have the hitters asking who took
the rabbit out of the lively ball.
It was almost as If the umpires
slipped a collection, of the old
dead balls into play as the fol following
lowing following pitching feats were acT

C r Bob Turley;: a last-mlhute1 funs in. a four-run Cardinal
1. BOD luriey, v..j fnrfi InnW and McDanlel did

piE start- ihe rest a7no fit
li th. nri' first triple play ruMer -reached-third. .McDaniel

IT ,.!r ZZZ vnrk ,vnkp a also sineled to, the Ilitft ana

w pye. tw. ."nr. rtf. nH at. TmiU final ru

Itole The New6 Y-suS Th? PirateTkred Milwau Milwau-Athletics,
Athletics, Milwau-Athletics, xne w kM .., ftf rt nlaee .jwhen

2 sandy Koufaxr21-yearKld rally to wiahls third amej.Ed amej.Ed-bonus
bonus amej.Ed-bonus S. S thesea- Metbews J?"W

..... ninffiB came hlehi or '.'13 nintn- ana rneau yiciuou uura
Strikeouts aniTtelcfedfour hits more hits before he finally re re-striKeouis
striKeouis re-striKeouis ana ywiucu uu Bofiw-to ciemente

"JETO fre homered for the Pirates' first

Chicaeo Cubs J f' 4 run and Gene Baker Singled
i 1 jh, WicDanlei. tl-year- home', the other. Juan Pizarro

miA at i.niila Cardinal bonus

boy flipped a four-hitter and
vaJbed his first major league-;
shutout with a -a decision
over the-Philadelphia Phillies.
4. Bob Friend, scoring his first
victory since April 28. scattered
seven hits in pitching the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates to a 2-1 win oyer
the Milwaukee Braves. w

5 Jim Bunning sirucn uuk

mlmYn. h, mM and hurled straight bits; including a homer

,,... r---r ------ tr(nl a. the Whit Sox

a iive-niner ai ufB rt-i, it.z i

ers beat the Boston ,ea eox ocoreu uicir mw fvsu
c, ,w and held first place in the Amer-
111 t4.r v(tll(d three lean Leaeue by a half game; Two

homeVbut had an gnWiitter homers hy Rpy Blevers and one

for his filth win in ine n.nBviuy dwm t"' K'uvv"t""

White Sox- 8-3 triumph over tne ingtons runs, fniuips, w tru
" 1 . Uori h nm with a .188 aver

Wasningum ocuawia. f j T T o rir -77 nnlnt to

'Fine pivcmng was uw b

in th nt.hvr two nmrt l.zKS.

DOtn OI wmcn went iu iwB

lies SlXvIl UUU1C1. lUHji ntw iuu uu C - --

WOO nU gauic ui. .uic jhu, iuuiui nu iu ww
erabbed Alex Kellner's pop bunt 225th of his eareer. Tito rranco rranco-after
after rranco-after walking two batters in the na and Ray Moore homered for

gecona xo sian me iripic kuuub me uiwin, uu uiujju
and choke off Kansas City's most second straight ext ra-inning
serious threat It was the second game to the Indians.

straight shutout for New York.

Kourax extenaea me i;uds
home losing streak to eighfc
sames with a brilliant per performance
formance performance in which both Chica Chicago
go Chicago runs were unearned. Cub
pitchers Moe Drabowsky ft and
Turk Lown fanned 10 Dodgers,
the two-team total of 23 strike strikeouts
outs strikeouts equalling the National
League record. Duke Snider,
homered i tn v the , sixth ior A
Brooklyn's winninir run

Waiiy MOa inpieo nome wo

suffered his second one-run loss.

Frank Boiling's home run
got Detroit oft In front In the
first inning and he also con contributed
tributed contributed a single when the Tl Tl-n
n Tl-n nnshed over another run

in the eighth. Williams doubled 4

and scored tne Bea box- run u
the ninth but his average dip dipped
ped dipped to .369. :' -f"-

Bubba FhUliDS smasnea urc

Kramer

Rosev

At El

Segiira, Pails,

vail To Compete

Panama Hotel

v Foiir international champions of the tennis
courts will play at El Panama on Saturday, June 1 1-and
and 1-and Sunday,' June 2, Th four aces are Jacty Kramer,
Pancho Segura, Dinny Pails and Ken Rosewall. The
two-day tournament will be held at night. 5
.Tnhn Albert 'Kramer r 'mort, they make a wonderful doubles

roam

'.- Ken' (The Kid) Rosewali; is
small but tough when it comes

to tennis. He became Australian

champion in 1953. He followed
this with a world doubles cham-

ninnshin at Wimbieaon' wiin

Lew Hoad as his nartner. He is
the youngest of the' four, stars
who will meet on the El Pan

ama courts. :'"-"'
. Since the pros have allowed
two da for Panama br their

South American tour; only box

seats will be sold in advance, in

case of rain, money will be re-

fimderf. Grand stand seats win

toe sold1 at -the gate to avoid
nnee

weather man forces cancelation

of a match.-

Jamaican Girls Win
Thirrftraight 13-7

.. ; 'av,--
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' JACK KRAMER. at; v.-
" 1 ,"r .' .'...V jV"-"'"-1 11 ''

JAMAICAN GIRLS -'Sporta

The ; Pioneer cuds;-xne naru naru-hltting
hltting naru-hltting Jamaican girls softball
.Hoitin h Tsthmus.

last riight made" It three straight
victories before.' sparse crowd
t tv. Ptntmi oivmnic 'Sta

dium when they outslugeed the
Jos, irrench team of Santa Crur

The Jamaican girls are
scheduled to play again this
evening beginning at 6:15 at
the Panama Olympic Stadiom
. against the Alfredo Aleman Jr.
team.'"'.;," - ', :
The probable lineups follow;

homer In the fifth Inning was
one of the highlights of tho
game. She also contributed
single to the ten-hit attack of

- D.i p Fisher and-vJfc vThqmPW
also had two" hits each. ?

tvi winninar o 1 1 c ner was

Yvonne Hill wno needed relief

help from V.-: Thompson. i
lattef hurled scoreless (pall l
the three innings she worked.
o nn lprf the Ranta Crux

AM. -
a tn. niaf with two safe-

ties.MTie rosins piw;uf
Thomas" 4

Jamaica

L. Smith, If v

D- Fisher, If
, E- parkins, sa
V Thomrjson. 2b

U v-M.-Brown; ;ib;

Major league
Leaders
" J' '"( Vv- Vc''

;;,;LEADINa BATTERS .4,
(Based on S Official at BaU)
' national league

dd. j 4riayer anu who s

Frank Robinson swgiea nome MusiaL St. Louis 25 lus is 39 J a

rf: Hinds, cf

" C. Hinds, cf
v C. Betty, o
Y. Hill, p
' W. Rodney, p
Alfredo Aleman Jr.
J. Holmes, cf
G. Layne, If
E. Wilson, 2b
L. Bailey, lb
D. Simmons, c
D. Worrell, 3b
M. Ashers, ss
- v V Austin, rf
, O. Joseph, p
Carmen Basilio

Scores 4-Round

NonTitle TK6

PORTLAND, Oreg.. May 17

Lightning Bolf i: JJ
Kills High School
Player, During Game

JONESBORO, Tenn. (UP) A
lightning bolt cracked across a
baseball field during a high school
game Wednesday, killing a 15-year-old
player and injuring five
ethers. .
Michael Watson, 15, a member
of the Lamar, Tenn., high school
team, died soon after' he vas

struck. Of 5 the ; fine i iniured. 'pni
was kept at Johnson City Memo
rial Hospital, for treatment of
burns' on both legs. The otheiT
were treated and released, include
ing umpire Warren Miller, 35.
v Witnesses said a '"horizontal,
bolt" of lightning swept acros tho
field in the top of the seventh in inning.
ning. inning. It toppled the pitcher, foue?
infielders and the umpire to thV
ground like ''ten pins,''' a spcctas
tor said., t ;,..:,i4
The game, between Lamar and
Bone's Creek high schools was,
"being rushed along" because of

threatening' weather v'when" (h' 1

lightning struck.," T

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Editor! CONRADOvSARCEANT,

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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The Cincinnati Redlegs,-tektagiWally post with ; two 1 out In. the Aaron, MU ;v 26115 28 42 65 Carmen Baslll0 UBed a blistering

Bob Viesler Keeps Richmond
In Firl ffice ;With 2-H1tter

NEW YORK, May 17 --(UP)
Bob Wicsler, who failed in four
trials with the New York Yankees
because of wildnest, has a e w
hopes today, of returning to the
majors. ...... r
The talented lefthander yielded
only two hits list night as the
Richmond Virginians nipped Ha Havana,
vana, Havana, 2-1. The victory was the
Vees eighth in their last nine
games snd enabled them to take
a to-garoe lead over Toronto and
Uiarsi in the International League
pennant race. ;
Ron Cakburn. 22-year-old right right-sander.
sander. right-sander. al rive only two hits as

his ColaTibu teammates downed

Ilia

Buffalo
Rochester
Colitmbus
Montreal
Havana

15 11
12 15
11 15
10 17
18

477
.444
.423
.370
.333

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YESTERDArs RESULTS
Montreal 041 210 20010 IS 1

Buffalo 030 000100 4 10 2

Grob and Roseboro: Santiago,
Wooldridge (3, Bradford (4),
Cox (8) and Noble. WP: Santia Santiago.
go. Santiago. Hit: Serena. ,.v

tmi, 4-C. Thj Joss, charged

Gene Snyder, wit the fifth in six

(imes lor ue Marlins.
In oth.4- games, Humberto Robin Robin-ton
ton Robin-ton woo his fifth decision as To Toronto
ronto Toronto beat Rochester. 4 2. and Mon-

i ril 1 K uu.iv, tin, t: .
hind the dutch pitching of Connie i Richmond

Toronto 130 000 000 4 0 1

Rochester O00 002 0002 5 I
Robinson, TWenaner 6 and

to' St. ciaire: U)verCTitn. Marten

(2), Bowman 5, R. Blaylock
tlx rtnnnrllv (bi nA Khanti

WP: Robinson. LP: Lovenguth.
HR: GoUat

Tb staodingrand linejews:
nrTERNATIOXAL LEAGUE

000 000 000 0 2 2
100 100 0Qx2 7 1

Hatten. Lane 8 and Izauler-

do; WiesWr and ChitL LP:( Hat

Trans
Richmond
roror.to
tarrJ .

,

W L
19 lt
15 n
IS 11

Prt.

I Mia ml
Columbvs

CB

. Kriyder.

0O0 000 0000
OC3 000 10s 4

HnruiieT 8

over undisputed possession of 1 10th to lif t the Redlegi into tne Robinson Cta.. 24 104 21 38 J85 .tUck nlgnt to .core

first" olace in ine nauonai w-i. iea. ium .onu. urosj, rtu. t ? o r i. fourth round technical Knoca Knoca-JeTgoeshaded
JeTgoeshaded Knoca-JeTgoeshaded &e New.

Giants. ana uic uieveiaiia nuiga mj wm mu -- uwi, ot. u """f tnriM in r
Indians beat out the Baltimore loss went to Steve Rfdzlk, who Bailey, ClncL v. 25 85 14 .J!!.5 bout
Orioles; 4-3. : : took over for Stu Miller In the Adcock, MU. 24 83 14 31 J33 no"."V' r.
Turlev struck out-seven and 10th. .' Temple. ClncL 25 04 IS 31 .330 le ,fa'

walked five behind a Yankee at- Al Smith's aouoie scored Jn
ark that Included. Mickey Man- Busby with Cleveland's -winning

. . m i ... v. 1 nrtrvtr, iib

tiM'mi fiiYtn nomer. lificy.. wiiu rua ana Kve auculj niuu

25 102 8 33 J24 the fight In 1:58 of the fourth

29-year-old Detroit, veteran, was
unable to defend himself any

Bertola. Detroit 26 88 11 35 J98 longer. :

! K III 24 373' XHJbll tUUWll WWIUWI

23 84 20 31 -369! "0 pounds.

Thomas', Pitts

AMERICAN LEAGUE

i

Power. K.C.

Williams, Bos.
TVMextri K.C.

Mantle, N.Y. -Woodling,
Cleve.

Wertx, Cleve.
SimDson. K.C.

Sievers, Wash.

25 63 11 23.365

24 77 18 28 .364
19 53 13 19 J58

34 15 30 J53

if

HOME RUNS.';
' NATIONAL LEAGUE

Aaron, Braves ......r 9
Moon, Cards ....... ...... t
- eauer.Oianta 7
; Adcock. Braves ............
; Mathews, Braves .........

J" -AMERICAN LEAGUE'
Williams, Red Sox '.
Sievers, Senators ........

ManUe, Yanks
Rkixaji Athletics

: Simpson, Athletics ....

; Zernui, Athletics
.Marts, Indians

Basilio "was cautious in the

first round, but stepped up the
Ytrutv attack- In the second. In

1 .t i, ui muu
iinit l-jT'thi, thfrit rnund. the Hvracuse

29 111 21 37 J33 N.Y., champion s u p e r 1 0 rl

punching Degan,to tace ns iu.
In the fourth round. Basilio
rrmrantra trt on Jones'a flabbv

waist After a hard right to the

midsection, jones lumea paie.

Volk stepped in ana stoppea
the fight. ''

........

8

5

5

.
...... S

: RUNS BATTED Vi
NATIONAL LEAGUE
.Aaron, Braves .,........ 25
Hoak. Redletcs 22-
FurlHo, Dodgers ......... 22
Sauer, Giants -......... 22
, Jones, Phils 21
4 AMERICAN LEA TUX
Sievers, Senstors 26
' Fun peon. Athletics 21
. Doby, White Sox 21
jen.ten. Red Box ........ 19
' Williams. Red Sox 18

Loilar, White Sox

3 2 ; PrTCHLNG

5 0! ,, W
Ttiirk Atbietirs ... S

and varlesU. Indians ... 3

to reioia the Cincinnati Redlegi

6jr June 1.

bens from Boston Wednesday f

er BBOereoing errennve lesis
Lahey Clinic, where doctors ad-
viaMl arnnat an aneratioa nr a

Isbnrwd disr ia tui lower spine.

Dr. Jsmes L. Poppen, Boston

iteut surreoo. insnead dviaad
a"l,iTvVi tA 9.A lt ahan and

plav ball becauM 'the disc is not

TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Chicago
Pittsburgh at -Milwaukee (N).
New York at Cincinnati (N)
Philadelphia at St. Louis tN)
v YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 000 201 0003 5 3
Chicaeo 000 010 0102 4 0

Koufax (2-0) and Walker.
' Drabowsky (1-JX, Lown and
Neeman. .1

j-

AMfmriN it Antra:

W L V ret.,

Teams

Chicago .
New York .
Cveland '.
Boston ,
Detroit.. ,
Kansas City
Baltimore .

Washington

16 7

16 8
15 9
14 13
13 14
12 15
9 15

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.519 4
.481 5

.444 6

.375

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Pittsburgh 000 100 1002 5
Milwaukee 000 000 0011 7

yriend (3-3) and Foiies.
Pizarro (1-2). Murff and Cran

dalL

TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at New York (N)
Cleveland at Washington (N)
Chicago at Baltimore (N)
Kansas City at Boston (N
'j YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 100 000 0102 8 0
Boston 000 000 0011 5 0
Bunning (2-1) and House.
Porterfield (0-1), Delock and
White, Daley.

(Nhrht Game)

rhinatrn 109 090910 A 13 A

Of Washington 020 000 0103 8 1

- fierce ts-Z) ana Lonar.
Ramos (2-2), Hernandez, Clev Clev-enger
enger Clev-enger and Fitzgerald.

(Night Game) '.'
uViiiorfiinVMo nnn nnn nnn A 4

St. Louis 000 410 OOx 5 7 1 Cleveland

Haddix (2-3), Farrell, Rogovin Baltimore

(Night Game)
lo Innlnes)

000 002 001 14

100 001 100 03

o nH Txtnat.ft

McDanlel (2-1) and H- Smith.

Moore, Loes (2-3) and Triandos

(Night Game) -'(Night Game! J

(10 Innings)- Kansas city uuuouuuuu u

New York 100 001 000 02 7 0, New York 001 101 OOx 3
Cincinnati 001 0000 010 13 9 1 :r

. Miller. Ridrik (O-Dnd Katt. xeiiner to-3j, Mccermow

ley.

t.Nu,i A nlr.. til i anH Tin I. Thnmnsnn

ciw,i nwl v i m

luxiey vi-ui ana tiowara.

and

Klusievski Begins
Series of Exercises :

To Gel 'In Shape' :
nvnWlTT iTTP. .Riff Ted

v-1. ...M-cVl otM-m t-A In "chaic

fans I'd not tnrougn wnn Mse-jnent," quoin ui wp ut 'i

ban, oegan a series or exer-isrs as be announceo mi t-""" Jr.
today designed o get him in shape who gave him his early backraj
a- ,k. r-;--,.i d.iit. I .. r .. d.pVvi, hm Patter-

Patterson May Defend Title
Against Zora Folley In July
'" NEW YORK (UP)HeavyweigIit Jchen Harold Carter, Willie Pas Pas-chanpioa
chanpioa Pas-chanpioa Floyd Patterson today Irano, Harold Johnson and Bob
t.A th nmuihilitr of defending Satterfield alwiys manase to

tiia ttti in Jul aeainst Zora Fol-looiain full aarc ot. luciative

ley. not a snae cnarmer or
belly dancer but s'help me, Han Hannah,
nah, Hannah, hated as the seventh ranking
challenger. - .' -';

! .-. r '
Th reason behind this startling

development Is a glib-talking Don
Quixote named Cus D'Amsto. the
owner of Pstterson who ha de

clared willing war agains we
oromotional monopoly of the Inter

national Boxing Club. J Amalo
also promised to boycott any .chal .challengers
lengers .challengers bound to the-IBC by ex exclusive
clusive exclusive contrscU. s -.

'.'I exclude nobodV' ssan cpro-
-...k rs vith mat vieor

as he announced that Enul Unce,

louch. Graiso (8: Elark-' Labile, Oorers

v.-r

I burn and Peterson. LP: Er.yder, iKlre tied with 2-Ci eaci.) 'strecstben t:$ k p.

18

1

PcU Khinewski was advised to do
1 Ooo lot of sw.raicing p4 o do t re re-10".0
10".0 re-10".0 net of "bemr-t and grindi" like

LWO-s btrrWqu incer ia order to

son couldnt get an ItC break."
would get bis support as aa inde independent
pendent independent promoter.
Onto On thance

MjTe are ready to fight the No 1
wis and. if be is bound to the
IBC. we win work oar wsy right
don ths line," D'Amato br br-tled.
tled. br-tled. "But the men who refuse to
meet u will never get sr.other
chance at us while we bolJ the

This cosef aa" rateresting proto-

of the top six chllcn?ers In other words, after Zora Fol

Harricane Jackson, idciie ia-' ley what hppenT

IBC television work; The inference

may oe orawn mat they are play playing
ing playing footsie with the 1BC
Now, the IBC still isn't out f
business, even though it. has been
declared a mononolv. It will box

furiously in federal court next

week to squeeze out as much lee leeway
way leeway as possible.-
.'.Ia lieo Of Championship I.,
If the IBC, through fast foot footwork.,
work., footwork., manages to protect most of
its exclusive promotional con-
InpU it fin'hi amifinatfd tbat

Patterson will be treated lika a

process server with ths mumps.

pected to line up s series of bouts

among ins top neavyweignrs m

keep inem in actioo.
Fighters have furious appetites,

one bout against Patterson which :

is au that most of them -couia ever

nope for -a. woaldnT bold loru
much hope far a prosperous Ii'ture.
Pirt Ivtvins a rnunH-nKin Inr the

mu wouto keep tnem wonona,

and eating

' This 1 not to ut Jut DAmao

isn t ritiil ti cbiienge the mono

poly, it s simply that he futures to

tmn out of windmills with ex

treme rapidity

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- FRIDAT, MAT J7, 1951 j
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MOKTH LY I N VESTM ENT PLAN I
CLASSIFIED
THIS SPACERS FOR SALE
- As little. m no woath!,r dfamilion Jundit
v Or aiucK iti you .wish .V .o, Bo km ,- 'Tel. i-7
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Houses ) J j

FOR RENT: Two bedroom
' chalet, living-dining room, fur-
nished. 8th street No. 4, Par-
quo Lofovro.
PHILLIPS Ocoamldo Cottago
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pane Pane-i
i Pane-i mi, R. do P. Phono Panama
' 3-1877, Cristobal 3-H73.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and largo
1 beach boose. Ono mil past Ca-
sine. Phono Balboa 1 866.
, T Roiorvo NOW. Inoxponsivo
satitffing vacations, Santa
S Clara Beach. Shrapnel' fur.
nithod houses. Phono Balboa Balboa-177J.
177J. Balboa-177J. Apprentice
.. t -f
at 27
CAMDEN, N.J. (NEA) Lionel
T-pOhvre. 27- mav not be the old-
at a nnr entice iockev in the coun
tfy, but he has. to rank among the
v Kaders lor that flUDious nonor.
Lefebvre his; been a soldier, ice
hockey player waiter, bus boy,
bell hop, dish washer and worked
for., a steamship company. He
pent four years as the smallest
soldier in the Canadian armv
Thijjjjs went along okay until the
Royal 22nd Infantry regiment
wenf into combat in Korea. His
company was sent to Japan for
fSfctWhen Lefebvre stepped on
he scales, the doctors sent him
hbmjt. He weiehed only 98 pounds
tohfeb he storied his way into the
tQUUary at 18.
turning to Canada, Lefebvre
ipcn two years witn me uanaaian
lOKseman, E. P. Taylor. Coming
jthe United States, he rode a few
cMes for A. H. (Frenchy) Bo wen
ut it was not until Dick Gottsmen
ft'his contract at Rockingham
iiMummn that Lefebvre got luc-
i.am. j ,l. : i u
yj no icineu vu tue uiii uuisv lie
oUJor Gottsmen and Hasn't wash
d r dhih since. He ir now riding
twfiirden state Frk,
sL :
......
Lt-Hander
ditches Well
l r
MEDOFRD, Mass. (NEA) Joe
Crowley pitched and played the
tutfield for last season's T u f 1 1
reshmen, but Bill Kearns had a
latching problem this year.
SoICoach Kearns moved sopho sopho-taorsj
taorsj sopho-taorsj Crowley there despite the
pet lhat he is left-handed. When
krorcSgot around that the Greater
postln League had a southpaw
(irstltring catcher there was con con-fiderjble
fiderjble con-fiderjble stir. But after young
Crowjey caught for the Jumbos
ft thee winning games, the noise
took different note.
Wqere do you get a left-handed

Resorts N

Jockey

: tatcner's mitt? A friend of a
. fc-iend bad one and Crowley'a us-
hg ij.
v i Jo Crowley is also a very
' bronftsing left halfback, averaged

' ligbtjyards a. carry last tall.

-V- FOR RENT:
Airy, modern S bedroom, t
bathroom apartment, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, maid' room with
bath, hot ir water, garar e.
f 1S0.00. CaA 2-0321, business
- Jwors.
ECCHD
supemovai
Pnsh batUa
Portablo -Aatos&atle
AKBT-NaTj
Air Foreo
29J0D
Canal Zona
264 M
Authorised
Spe4oJ Prieo
189";
ex..
Soaeraora BF
iCasa ADMIRABLE
Bret OX LMMrr MUlae-
I Crai i t-
f hM S-11U S-SOZt I-)M

Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. l.l'Jott buff
modom fomiskod apartments, I,
1 bodroons, hot, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941,
FOR RENT: Spacious
partmont, ono bedroom; hot
wator, $42.50. J. F. do l Osia
Avonuo Riqul Building, facing
AFirostono. Phono 2-3331.
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partmonts
partmonts a-partmonts on Via Porras, No.
120, overlooking SAS commis commissary,
sary, commissary, beside Roosovolt Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. Telepone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: :' Completely
furnished api'rtmont,; North A A-morican,
morican, A-morican, neighbors, regular
transportation, $50., the best
for this price. Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Furnished, or
unfurnished one bedroom mod modern
ern modern apartment. Garage. 148,
Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partmont
partmont a-partmont air-conditioned, 3
bedrooms, 2 bsths, hot water,
screens, linens, dishes. Bella
Vista $140.00. Call Panama 3 3-3347.'
3347.' 3-3347.' FOR RENT; Aprtmnt
and rooms, $40.00 and $25.00.
Via Jose A. Arango No. 5010 5010-A.
A. 5010-A. Phono 3-3444.
MAN TO LOOK UP TO A
pair of Los Angeles youngsters
watch a man who has gone a
long way up in the world as
Bob Gutowski drops free after
clearing 15 feet in practice. The
Occidental College 21 -' year old
is king of the pole vaulters after
breaking Cornelius Warmed Warmed-am's
am's Warmed-am's world outdoor record with
IS feet 8 1-2 inches. :
LADY TAKES OVER Us Using
ing Using a 20-pound test line. Mrs.
Richard A. Springs, Jr., caught
a lOI-pouna white mariin. then
' a 105-pound blur with a six
-. thread. The Arst ralch netted
the. Ml. Kitro. N.Y, antl antl-j
j antl-j third piece in the Bunuu,
i Bahamas, tournament.

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: Convertible.
Cadillac 1951 with radio, white,
wall tires and A-l condition
throughout for only $1,500.00.
For further information : call
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 3-1141
or 3-3341. After 5 p.m. 3-3069.
FOR SALE: Give away
price, soiling Hudson 51 four.
door ; sedan, with hydramatic.
.Can be seen at Rodelag-new
building San Gregorio, Ave
Juste Arosomena. As it is $295.'?
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac 4
door sedan, $375.00 cash. House
502-A Ancon Tel. 2-1321. (
FOR SALE: '53 Austin con.
vortiblo, excellent condition,
27,000 miles. 2172-A Curwndu.
Phone 5278. f.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet,
" 210, 4-door hardtop, two tone,
' power glide. $1,875.00. Can bo
financed. R. C. Sergeant. Bal.
2494.
FOR SALE: '1953 Plymouth-.
cranbrook, 4-door sedan, : ox ox-eel
eel ox-eel lent condition. 4 now tirti,
radio, $450. Leaving for States.
Ono owner. House 201 -B Gatun
Phono 5-517..
FOR SALE: Two Hillman
Station Wagons, low mileage,
exceptionally good buys. 1954
models. For information call
Tel. 3-4548, 8 a.m. 12 noon"
2-5 p.m.
FOR SALE : 1955 Bol-Air
Chevrolet hardtop, radio, heat heater,
er, heater, automatic shift, other ,ex.
tras, $1,570. Phone Balboa' 2 2-3501.
3501. 2-3501. House 8349 Los Rios.
FOR SALE: 1952 Do Soto, 4
door fuUy equipped, $450.00 or
best offer. Mr. Grote, ovo
nings. ,3495S-daytime 3 0010
ext. ill,.
FOR SALE: 1955 Phmouth
Plata 4 door sedan. Automa
tic transmission, ocollont con-
dition, 17,000 miles. Will con consider
sider consider older car in 'trade, Call
Balboa 2-1744.
POR11 SAL1T!- -i 1953 EmIIsH
Vangbard standard. -Good on7.
dltion.'Por information Tel. 2-
2930. Bargain..
FOR SALE: 1953 Monterrey
Mercury, 20,000 original miles
tour how WSVt tiros. Well
maintained. Exceptional buy.
test opportunity. $995.00. Call
Balboa 2-1377.
FOR SALE: Two-tone green
'49 Plymouth 4-door. Good
transportation, priced for
quick ealer Call Navy 3014.
FOR SALE: 19a Chevy 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, good tiros, runs perfect perfectly,
ly, perfectly, $250.00. Call Panama 3-3347.
FOR SALE: Best 1-2 ton.
1952 Chevrolet Panel. Excel Excel-lent
lent Excel-lent condition. Can bo financ financed
ed financed Tel. 2-2217.
Mr. Pontiac and Cadillac own owner
er owner why don't you have a certi certified
fied certified service. Garage Johnston
look' after your repairs and
maintenance? Phono 454-A
Molendot, adjoining Clva do
Colon S. A.
FOR SALE:-; 1955 2-d e e r
Chevrolet Sedan, regular,
shift, -over-drive, radio. 17,000
miles. $1200. 745-3 Barnoby St.
Balboa, 2-1491, Call Saturday
morning.
FOR SALE: Anyone wanting
o really nice 1953 Plymouth su
burbaq should see this ono et'
$850.08 Sol. Roluffs, -Ft. Ami Ami-dor
dor Ami-dor 5287.
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet
4 door Deluxe excellent condi condition
tion condition radio and accessories
$750.00 cash. Albrook 84-4237 V
84-5132 or Corundu 83-2214.
FOR SALE: 1951 Morris; mi mi-nor
nor mi-nor Convertible, now tire s,
now top, very clean.' Phono
828-2458 or 84-4140 big 710-1 Lo Lo-cona.
cona. Lo-cona. 1957 Chevrolet, Bol-Air. 4
radio tu-tone point, W-S W
tires, two months old. Can bo
financed. 111-A, Jodwin Ave.
Cambse, C.Z.
TRANSPORTES lAXTCfc S. A.
Packers SMooora Movoro
22451 2 2582
Loans Ridlog at'
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
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8 to S p.m. Pboam 2-2451
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FOR SALE: Practically now
relaxcisor $200.; bey's 24" bike
$30.00; Sunbeam "trypan" $15.
Call Panama 3-3347.
FOR SALE: Deepfroeie 9.1
cu. ft. $135.00; G.E, washer
deluxe automatic. $175.; Singer
sewing machine $45.00. : ; mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous furniture. Albrook
84-4108. :
FOR SALE : Ceramic u KM
11 x 11 electric, 2-in. extender,
14 molds and supplies. $80.00
Cristobal 3-1715,
FOR SALE: Boy's 24" Bi Bicycle
cycle Bicycle In good condition. $20.00
Telephone 84-3102.
FOR SALE: Air-condition unit
7-8 h.p.; 3 rugs; water heater,
Wostinghouso, 30 gallons.' 2' re refrigerators;
frigerators; refrigerators; girl's bicycle : ra radio.
dio. radio. Phono 3-0410. From 10 to
12 noon. : ;-;.:
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- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
r DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL CX
Andrews' Death
Hay Cause Farina
To Quit SOOl llace
INDIANAPOLI$. Ind. (UP);
The auto ; racing fraternity
mourned the death of Keith An
drews today and wondered wheth whether
er whether his crash in Nino Farina's new
roadster would wreck the Ital
ian's plans to compete In the 500 500-mile
mile 500-mile Speedway classic.,:.
Andrew, 38 Colorado' Springs
pilot, was instantly Killed Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday doing a practice spin around
uio 2Vs-mu crick ana aap&att
oval. .. y
He lost control of the Sleek, ma maroon
roon maroon colored car on the north-
wt turn, slammed into the in
side retaining wall at a speed of
about 136 m.p.h. and died of a
broken neck and internal injuries.
The. tail section of the Ameri
can made car, which Farina pur purchased
chased purchased to race here and in Monza,
Italy, was a twisted heap of met
al apparently too badly wrecked
to be repaired In, time for qualifi
cations which open batureday and
end May 26.
Chief mechanic Miles Spkkler
seia .x anna s pians were tmccr
tain. .. )
, "He's pretty upset about An
drews' death," Spickler said. "I
don't think we can run this car
here or in Monza, where the
Italian version of the "500' is
scheduled for June 29.
Released Players
Could Form Fairly
Represenlalive '9'
NEW YORK, May 17 (UP)
You could field a fairly repre representative
sentative representative team' from the list' of
players released Wednesday night
when the 25-mia roster limit
went into effect in the major
k.-gues.
. For a Ditching staff, you could
take your Pick of Karl Spooner of
the Brooklyn' Dodgers, Pete Bura Bura-siue
siue Bura-siue of the New fork Giants,
Bob Trowbridge of the Milwaukee
Braves, and Dick Brodowski and
Garland ShifOett ol the Washing
ton Senators. The catcher would
bo Haywood Sullivan of the Boa-
ton Red Sox.
Infielders released included
first baseman Preston Ward of
the Cleveland Indians, second
baseman Woody Held of the New
York Yankees, shortstop Billy
Harrell of the Indians, and third
baseman Rocky Bridget f the
Cincinnati Redlegs.
The outfielder bounced were
Neil Chrisley and Dick Tettelbach
of the Senators, Wes Covington of
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Mahogany va vanity
nity vanity with stool, hand) carved
liquor cabinet, dining and liv-
tng room, many other pieces
of furniture,. ; carved.. Chinese
chest, automatic ironing ma-;
, chine ""Gladiron", 40 cycles,
( Ascot water heater, bookcase,
chest of drawers,: Tappan gss
stove, everything In excellent
' condition. Owner leaving. Call
Tel. 3-0932 or 2-3012. I
FOR SALE: Now Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house refrigerator, now elec electric
tric electric radio clock, washing ml"
chine, record player throe
speed (all 40 cycles) -House
8024O Margarita. "t
FOR SALE: Westinghouse
Deluxe clothes dryer. (40 cy cycle)
cle) cycle) $150.00. Dumont two door
console cabinet 21" T.V. (40
cycles) $150.00. Frlgidaire' Ta Table
ble Table top electric range. (40 cy cycle)
cle) cycle) $75.00; Sanitary refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator 25 cycle $50.00.; dinette sot -$50.00
Mwi ray 24" bicycle $15.
Lowboy console radio 40 cycla
$25.00. Apt. 1-A New Cristobal,
Phone 3-1538.
FOR SAL E : More reduc-
tions...' Now 5 pes living room
sots: 29.00, wardrobes ; 15.00,
china closets i 15.00, metal
chests of drawors'8.50. Kitchen
cabinets 37.00, folding bode
19.50, nito tables 5.00, center
' tables 4.50, metal bods 12.50,
y now mattresses 15.00, springs
' 12.50, bunk bods 39.00, porch
chairs 12.00, metal desks 35.00,
7 linoleums 4.95,
Also: Beatjful wrought -iron
dining and living room- sots,
complete bedroom- and dining
room suites In pastel shades,
brand now refrigerators. Easy
lovely chrome dinette sets
brand new refrigerators. Easy
terms.'. Household Exchange,'
Notional Ave. No. 41. Tel. 3
4911 3-7348.
FOR SALE: Must sell,
leaving. '.. Complete household
furnishings, Phono 2-1754. -'House
1524, Givilan Road.
' FOR SALE: 25 cycle 3 poe
ZBCA PhonooraDh 530.00. Ml-
thogon .puroau $15.00, tiseel?
Call Balboa 3274.
FOR SALE: Mahogany drop
loaf dining table, 2 straight
chairs, lounge chair and side
table, rattan settee, chow
bench, lamps. 745-3 Barnoby
St. Balboa 21491. Call Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning.
FOR SALE. Refrigerator
all porcelain 25 cycle, $58.00.
440 Ancon Blvd. Ancon.
FOR SALE: 17 Inch Silver Silver-tone
tone Silver-tone TV. 1958 model, $110.00
Tel. Albrook AFB, Ext I 4244.
Koufax Reaches ;
Baseball Maturlly
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By MD SAINSBURY
CHICAGO. May IT (UP)
Bonua Baby Sanijy Kouiax, a
lankv left hander' with the
Brooklyn Dodgers, reached base
ball maturity twice yesieraay.
Maturity of ability waa a four
hitter to elve the Dodgers a 3-2
decision over the Chicago uuds.
plus 13 strike outs to equal me
National League's season high
set by veteran Robin Roberts of
Philadelphia May 2 against the
same hapless Cubs.
j
Maturity of age came with the
calendar. His victory, second oi
the season with no defeats was
on the first day on which the
Dodgers could have sent him out
on option. It was May 15, 1955
that he, signed a bonus contract
binding him to tnt i?rooaiyn
roster for two years.
' i '' .
There's no question, about
sending him down for season
ing now, particularly since ne
ranks among the league'' best
in strikeouts with 35 In 27 In Innings
nings Innings pitched. - ---
"I never thought about Sandy
not as a starter," Dodger man
ner Walt Alston said. "Ill pick
the spots to start him, but he's
been so good in reuer mat i m
not going to quit using him for
that. Hell go botii ways." . j
Koufax was wilder than usual,
pitching coach Jot Beckrr said
as he gste up seven walks, and;
h had trouble with his curve.
Hence according to the uoQ uoQ-trt
trt uoQ-trt chart he tried only 18 curves'
in his 152 pitchers, and he threw.
130 fast balls and a lew change change-upa.
upa. change-upa.
the Braves, and Ckkk, Klag of
Um St. Louis Cardial uu
'XTith the exception of Braces,
Spoooer, Brodowski and Tei'rl Tei'rl-bach.
bach. Tei'rl-bach. all the players cut before
the midnight deadline were re released
leased released en options, which means
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FARMACIA LOM.
SERVICES
T.V. SERVICE FAST EF EFFICIENT.
FICIENT. EFFICIENT. -- GUARANTEED GUARANTEED-PHONE
PHONE GUARANTEED-PHONE U.S. TELEVISION .2 .2-44lo.
44lo. .2-44lo. ; 1 j :
The, best; dinners and drinks'
are served In our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
1 bar. Hotel Internacional "Pla
ta $ do Mayo.
Lesson"
LEARN
Adults
1 BALLROOM Dancing
Teenagers w Preteons
Balboa 2-4239,
: Harnett y a n d,
' Dunn.
Preakness Field
Stands Al Seven
' tl ft V 1 H A i 4 i
Probable Starters
I 'BAljriMORE ,(UP) The prol) prol)-able
able prol)-able starting field for Saturday's
8lst runnine of the Preakness at
Piralico stood at seven today with
the surprise addition of Inside.
Tract, a graduate from .the claim-
Inside Tract, claimed for $12,500
at Jamaica last fall by Haa De
Brino and Joseph Martino, ar arrives
rives arrives 1 from ; New York on Friday
to join Iron Liege, r Bold Ruler,
Promised Land, Nah' Hiss,, feder federal
al federal Hill and Inswept as, the field
for the mile and three-sixteenths
Triple Crown classic.
While jnost of the probable
starters prepared for final blow
outs, iioremen turned their atten
tion to Inside Tract, which twice
has changed., hands via claims.
Before De Brino a nd M arttno
claimed him,, the son of Ace Ad Admiral
miral Admiral was picked up for-$7,500. ;
The. colt, trained by. young" Jack
Weipert. Jr.. finished three-aur
terof a length behind Assembly
man, in mile, and one-sixteenth
event at Jamaica on Monday He
ha 'won' three iHf-niriA starts, hut
thfr freakness will mark, his first1
atari in siaxes company t
Iron's Liege, Calumet ..farm's
chief hope who upset the form by
winning the Kentucky Derby,, is
the favorite at 4-5 With the Wheat Wheat-Icy
Icy Wheat-Icy Stable's Bold Ruler the sec second
ond second choice at 2-1. Federal Hill is
next at 6-1, followed by, Nah Hiss
and Inswept at 12-l.v Promised
Land at- 30-1 and Inside Tract 'at
5o-i. -v;.:- i:- y,v
It
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SPROUTS TROUT Carry Carry-inf
inf Carry-inf this seven-pound trout
" home will be a bigger job than
- landing it for nine-year-old
. Mantoa ."Sldppy" Emerson.
'- The youngster boated the prke
on China LakeMe. t

WANTED: RESTAURANT,
CONCESSIONAIRE tb. take ov over
er over kitchen in popular Canal Canal-Zone
Zone Canal-Zone Club. Must bo all-round
chef. Good proposition.' for
right person. For: interview
Call Balboa 2-1414.

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: r14 Ft. fishing
boat-trailer, 10 HP Johnson
motor. Many extras.. $275. Tel.
Navy 2384. ,,-
-WANTED: Furnished apart-,
; ment. or Chalet with two bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. PiOaso call Panama Z-
, 4411 from a.m. to 12 noon ;
2 to 4 p.m,.
WANTED: Stoam b o 1 1 o r
from 75 h.p. to 150 h.p. In good
condition. Phono 3-4434. s.
PERSONALS
I wish personal contact
with Mr. Floyd' Johnston.
Please call, tel. J-1942. Only at
I a. m. or 9 p, m.
BALBOX SUMMER BOWLING
LEAGUE 1
STANDINGS
Teams-
' W
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n
A io
Albrook .
Rodman ,
Clayton .
Corozal.".v.
9
9
9
8':
a. uo a o. m v.
4f
Los Kios- A .......
Diablo . .. .
FarXaa:
...,,..h,.O.r.
Ancon V,
Curundut
. o
..IK.
Balboa
i ..... ..... a
:S Pinsters Tpn forrhed.fpouhding
planks, i plckinK plenty pins
Thursdays night "at the Balboa
Albrook. Flyers .came down to
earth momentarily and' Were
knocked off by Diablo. The fly flyers,
ers, flyers, ran their winning streak to
13, which proved to be their
jinxes because they Tolled a
mere .762 and Diablo spearhead
ed. by Bill CoffeV tabbed T89.-
However," Albrook zoomed right
back, and captured the -last
game byI5 pins, thus scoring
two games plus total pins, for
three points. Diablo, minus their
stellar kegler fishermen Ted
Schmidt gave the flyers a rough
night with only 39 pins ot about
four marks separating the two
teams; j-: i ..t....(.,.,f.
While Albrook ; chalked up
three points, the- old pro Bill
Coffey stole the- 'spotlight, v by
continuing his excellent bowling
Billy the Kid rolled a 660 se
ries, .hjgh for..; the ; league, got
tnree "aoo"; games plus Jiign
game of the young season with
a 238. So far, but of 12 games
ne has roiled is this league, cor
fey has nine 200 games. In his
high game, he started out with
a strike, spared in the second
and then proceeded to get five
strikes, he marked up a one pin
spare In the eighth frame, came
back with another strike in the
ninth and In the 10th inning he
again left one pin, which he
spared and for his bonus he a-
jgaln left one pin standing.
wnue oversnaaowea oy cor cor-feys
feys cor-feys brilliant performance,' the
high flying Flyers had their own
heroes auch a Leldner with a
210 mark- and their two ebonite
hurlers m Brown 'and Curly
southpaw Kllgallan tied with a
508 series each. v -' 1
; The number two team In the
standings.-Rodman tooir three
points from last place Amador.
the Navy men corral ed the first
game but could not stand pros prosperity
perity prosperity and Rodman took the
next two games and total pins.
Rodman won the last game by
a landslide of 231 pin margin
with Todd tossing a neat 215.
uiayton the third place club
set the hi eh team mark lor the
league with a 960 team score.
The Cavaliers from Clayton
dropoexf'tbe first game to Bal Balboa
boa Balboa bat came storming back to
win the second and In the fi
nale r41y poured It on with
their 960. y f :
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Domestic Employes
WANTED: Good housekoop.
or. Must cook and bo neat.
Hous. 4240 tos Rios, C.Z.
LOST; 'i-w Hound dog, white white-black
black white-black spots. Phone Balboa 44-
73, ; . t
1 LOST: Two' Boxers, females,
. approx. o months f old. i One
brindlo with white markings,
: one tan with white markings.
Reward offered call Panama
3-3082 or call a tNo. 17 San Mar
tin Street u
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Three bed
room house with two baths,'
living room, dining room, kit
chon, two maid's rooms with
bath .and 2000 motors of land
in Coif Heights. For Inform a
r tion call from I a.m. to S p.m1
3-1141 or, 3-3341. After 5 p.m.
. 3-3049. )
Lane lead off with a 203, Lefty
Luttenberger in the second spot
had a splendid "212, Bowie, theii
third man on the totem pol
marked a 201, Carter followed
with a 157 and anchorman Al Al-meda
meda Al-meda f had .to settle with 187.
Claytonls,.- grand total of 2531
was high lor; the night, but nol
good enough; to. displace L o i
Woof, m' 2669 toark of several
weeks ago; Three teams are tied
for; the fourth rung on the lad ladder
der ladder of standings.; Corozal, CocoU
and1' Los Rioa. : -:0 :-..r. v.v.:-
Corozal -took three points from
Farfan.v The feature of this
match "was the non-existence of
any; 200 games. Folger was high
for Cproaat; with a 545 output
for the session amr for the los-'
ers; Barnlck'a 503 was tops. Thi
only other, bowler to break 50(1
In this match was Bowers with
519 for Corozalr,- :, r,
Los Rios also tied for fourth
position,; plastered Ancon 4,ta
0. MaJlory with his new ball was
the only one to, harvest a 20C'
game in the. crop of scores.' He
lead his1, team: mates with a 566,
followed by t f kfallcarrier Rudy
with a '529 and Policeman Soy Soy-ster
ster Soy-ster with an even -500. For the
unfortunate Anconrtes Bud Bal Bal-cer.
cer. Bal-cer. was bestwlth' 518. ; :
?;Cocoff another "lb-occupant ol
fourth place, also scored a shut
out over Cyrundvi. The lead off
man for 'the Cocoa aggregation
under Durg was tops with a 517
series followed by. anchor man's
Chuck Mc Garvey with 510.
Harks' 204 for. the losers was
the only 200 game In this match,
and helped -him to nose out
Sturges of CFN Radio fame by
6 pins,501 versus 495. -.
The honor roll in the series e-
vent was very meager, this week.
Bill Coffey occupied the throne
With his 660. In the 200 or bet better
ter better game setup, nine bowlers en engraved
graved engraved their names on t h i s
week's billboard. For the season
Coffey leads In this category
with nine followed by Lane with
four.' Honor roll: Coffey (3) 214,
208, 238; Leldner 210; Mikulak
201; Todd 215; Bowie 201; Let Let-tenbereer
tenbereer Let-tenbereer 212; Lane 203:-Mallory
209; and Hack 204. i
One poor sool after a Miserable.
shewtof eo the Allays went over to
the Mirafleres Bridge and dropped
bis bad to watery grave. His bad baddy
dy baddy Vfce ,aecompaiiied him to' the
funeral was eo tombed that ho re
marked "roe bod your finger dieVt
stick lo the ball. -
; Sports J Briefs
- ST. LOUIS'(UP) Picher Ru Ruben
ben Ruben Gomex. who had to be re
rrcved from the game against the
St. Louis Cardinals in the ninth
iuing Tuesday when he speared
a line drive with his bare hand. T
said today he will take his next
turn on the mound "If. I eo hold
the bail." Gomex is slated to
pitch against the Redlegs oa Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. .'V...
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Haitian

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, May
17 (UP) The ruling civilian
ixecutive council threatened to to-lay.to
lay.to to-lay.to discharge Gen, Leon Con Con-tav
tav Con-tav unlest his army cleans up

tntltEovernment lawlessness in

Jhe provinces. '
Informed sources said the 10 10-fiajj
fiajj 10-fiajj f overnment suspected the
nrrny 'of encouraging or permit permit-ling4
ling4 permit-ling4 Violence and demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration to-northern Saint Marc
md. Gonaives as welt as in east east-ftrnxArtibonlte.
ftrnxArtibonlte. east-ftrnxArtibonlte.

Threatens

General

Ihdicied For
Del lii Probe
Of 'Confidential'
jfitOlXYWOOD, May 17 (UP)
I grand jury investigating Con Con-',
', Con-', (L4cntlal magazine was reported
. have Indicted 11 persons for
Ibel and other charges, inelud inelud-Bgan
Bgan inelud-Bgan actor's beautiful ex-wife
irhj allegedly1 gathered Holly Holly-iroed
iroed Holly-iroed gossip for publication. I
S The indictment was returned

. ate Wednesday at the conClu

ionpt -a two-day grand Jury

(robc The secret ; indictment
as, reported by jury sources to

fave listed charges ol conspiracy
b publish a criminal libel, pub-

tsoU. and distribute lewd and

toscene material, r disseminate
lles&Liiniormatlon about abor abor-'
' abor-' Ions "and information about

bale rejuvenation.
It. cited five publishing and
jlstribsting flrros besides the
hdivlduals. Among those nam nam-W;theIsources
W;theIsources nam-W;theIsources said, are publlsh-t-Robert
Harrison an Fran Fran-tesca
tesca Fran-tesca de ficaffa, attractive for for-her
her for-her wJfft of actor Bruce Cabot
(heV'w identified in testimony
former Confidential editor'
toward Rushmore as one of the

liicf sources of Hollywood "ma-

j The indictments were termed
(secret!', until returned before a
lidgebecause Harrison and the

B,her4involved were out of the
pte.Asst. Atty, Gen., Clarence
inn Said that under California
Bw criminal libel Is an extra extra-titablg
titablg extra-titablg offense and that the

Hate -would t seek to bring the

lefenffants to Lot Angeles for

rial. -v"; :

They said the situation was
boiling toward a decisive test of
streng-th, perhaps : within 48

hours, between Cantaye and the

civilians Tno tooic over tne gov

eminent after nationwide strikes

forced a series of presidents from

ornce. ,1
Til rulinf council, which-- wai
iwcognixad by th Uniud SWa'i
bit week,, gained strength today
with recognition from the Vatican,
Canada and several Latin Ameri American
can American and impean countries. ; A
' U. S. Ambassador James Drew

said he was confident the coun

cil could keep power and hold

free elections June 16. as sched scheduled.'
uled.' scheduled.' Drew presented his cred-

entlals ; to ; the .interim govern

ment vesterdav.

-A U. 8. Embassy source said
that while the situation is, seri

ous, stories iof widespread anti

government discontent and, riots

have been exaggerated.

"You can 1 -discount neaviiy

storlesr Of terrorism in -the prov

inces he said.'- "While there has

been fa loss of v control : by r tne

army; our reports indicate there

has been no mass political1 fer

vor. W-:- r, in-ij .?-i.

TWe understand that shops

have closed down in two or three
, t i. ivi .1. 11. .-.

areas ouv mis u nuicri uuv ui

fear of bandits and vandalism

rather than out of political con

siderations." .,-,,'

BeckCharged

With2-Way

Trust AbUke

WASHINGTON. May IT (UP)

. Senate rackets, investigators

were told i today that Teamsters

resident Dave Beck ha repaid

537U,ooo to the .union ad that

how much he .arciually took.;j

Mori Tries Suicide
To Satisfy Self
Just How It Feels
'MEXICO CITY, May 17 (UP)
loctors- waited today for unsuc unsuccessful
cessful unsuccessful suicide Rafael Duenas to
tain consciousness to ask kirn
f be could add anything to his
tiieide iiole.
JDuenas was still unconscious
ffter stabbing himself yesterday
erith en ir nirlr anH losulncf a

(bte; wing "I killed myself to budget of about a billion aoiiars

CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY Former model Judith Mor Morgan,
gan, Morgan, 50, is booked in a New York police station after sales salesman
man salesman Sam Smith, 57. Identified her as the woman who had
stabbed him. Miss Morgan told police she had mistaken Smith
for Federal Judge Edward Weinfeld who resembles Smith and
lives In the same building. Police said .Miss Morgan bore a
grudge, against the judge because he presided at the trial of
a damage suit which ahe lost. "... w r $ i :

S'liiatorVowD ike Budget
If House Cuts Missile, Air Program

wsttTNOTON Mav 17 (UP)

Key Senators vowed today to

defend President Elsennower s

defense budget necessary a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst a. possible ;.$2500,00,000

slash by the. House., c
The Senators, who, did not
wlsn to be identified at present,
foresaw the Dossiblllty of a cut

m the 136.200.000.000 defense

fee what" it felt like."

er Or Not

weather rooort for tho

1- hovrs ending I a.m. today,
it prepared by tho Metewole Metewole-Scal
Scal Metewole-Scal and Hydrographic Branch
rjho Panama Canal Company:

Balboa Cristobal

But thev said there Was

chanco that th Sonate would go
along with a $2,500,000,000
should the Hew pat it or with
any reduction in wiissil and air air-crett
crett air-crett production proeraml.'

T he bouse Appropriations

Committee had been reported
ready-to propose, the big cut next
week including deductions In.the

missiles and aircrait programs.

However, some Informed sources

have said much of the cut m

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Outlaws Blow Up
Irish Drill Hall r

CQA1JSLAND, Northern Ireland

May 17 UF) Irish nationalist
outlaws today blew up a large
military drill ball near here.
Three separate explosions
wrecked the brier and iron build building.
ing. building. Police found the trail left by the
raiders, but tracker dogs lost it
in a drivinp rain. v 1
It was the latest in a aeries of
attachs wh-ch began with raid

by the outlawed Irish Republican

Army last December.

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AUYSONIEMMON

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IBUNWAY

jnTn feme

nwvoaaii

tlons that would not affect buy buying
ing buying military equipment.

Defense Secretary Charles E

Wilson yesterday blamed infla

tion, for -rising defense spend

lng. .tie said he" tries to hold
down military costs, but am
like a frog trying to jump out
of a -wellJ; .-. ; i.
At a news conferenee," Wilson

also differed, somewhat, with
President Elsenhower's .- state statement
ment statement that greater unification

might mean lower defense budg

eta. The secretary said not a

dollar would be saved even 11 ail

servicemen were nut In one unl
form. . . :,

WUsi, who b under ceef rs rs-ional
ional rs-ional pntssur to cut deft me out out-Jays..
Jays.. out-Jays.. h)suod a special statement
doclarinfl that the DfnM Depart Depart-Mnt
Mnt Depart-Mnt would bo Mkig loss rpotioy
Than It did in fiKal it

F said a "good parr-ftthe

increase In military- spending
next year could be attributed to

rising prices and wages. He said

he was sure Inflation also ac

counted for part of, the Increase

in Eisenhower s overall 71,800,

OOO.ooo budget i ,- A

As for more nniflcatlon. .wll.

son said he has been dealing

with the "handicap of bigness"

for 20 years. The former Gen

eral Motors president said he

favors "decentralisation" : oe

cause It avoids "concentration of

atupidity."

Eisenhower told his. news con

ference wednesdav some-sav-

Ings could be realized through

more unification, especially In

purchasing and procurement of

military supplies. He said the
unification law had not worked

out he had hoped it would.
.. Wilson said t taw pood for
ebon inf the by H -said turtha
coaconrrarioa of. UMiitary heyiaf
i would spoon lot snort) paperwork
with no added evio. H ddd
' tho services "don't ovostap tho
way oosp people think t do.

Apparently aiming Ms blow at

congressional critics.' Wilson said
criticisms on inch grounds were
not "very knowledgeable.". There

has been considerable corrres-

slonal criticism of military buy

ing practice. . i

The testimony 'wan glveh yby

Teamsters . bookkeeper Donate

McDonald shortly afte t "Beck
told reporters he had. Just made
another $106,000 payment to the

union: Becic atso declared that
he! positively". jhasno -planjr tc
resign his union 4 ppst., i

The Teamsters boss then1 cool

ed his heel white the commit

tee built ud' a 14-nOint'case de

signed to show that Beck !'took"

most of the. money he. owed the
Teamsters r ather than borrow borrowed"
ed" borrowed" it,, as, he xlaims.''-ff

iWhen Beckr finally v was sum

moned to the- witness chair, he
Invoked .the Protection of the

Fifth Amendment against self

incrimination on every one

the points raised by the commit'
tee. He had used the amend

ment a-total of 44 times during

two previous- appearances be

fore the committee.

i The 14-polnt -committee brief
was .headed: "Some 52 ways in
which1 Dave Beck misused his
authority,, position and trust as

president of the Western Con

ference of Teamsters and aub

sequently as president of the

international srotnernood

Teamsters,"

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"Let the people know the truth and the countrf At $afe" Abraham Lincoln.

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PANAMA, B. P., FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1857

fTTB CEKTS1

General

Uneasiness

Guards Will Stand E

Brings Out Clinton Cops;
y As First: -Negri; Graduates

CLINTON. Tenn.. Mav 17 (UP) School officials, noting a "general uneasiness." asked

today for police guards tonight when a Negro .'will graduate with white classmates for the first

time at a Deep south nigh school. , y
v Policemen were asked to stand guard '"inside and outside"? the gymnasium, 'where Bobbv

Cain will become the first Negro alumnus of Tennessee's first ; racially-integrated, state-sup-

At the same exercises, 88 white students will be graduated. .v

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WASHINGTON. May 17 "(UP)

The Air Force ordered a produc

tion goahead today fori'the new

Bomarc long range missim d-

simed to knock out enemy oomo

ers long before they reaco Key

targets, ;, ,.; ; J"t

It awarded a $7,109,195 contract

to the Boeing Airplane M' of

Seattle. Wash., for "production

models of tba jet-propelled pilot

less i venicle. n ?

The Air Force said the contract

would, be sufficient to "'begin

Quantity production." .

The 13,000-pound missile carries

a high-explosive warhead and pre presumably
sumably presumably can carry a nuclear war

head. It. is 47 feet Ions with, a

tiny wing which spans only 13 feet

twu inches. IV- ., -.'
Published reports' nave put the
Bomarc's- ranre at- 200 to oUO

miles.1 Its speed had been reliably

estimated at aDout 1,650 miles an

nour... .. -t.
According to these reoorts. the

Bomarc is guided from the ground

end also has a radar homing ys
tpra which seeks out its target.
The Air Force said the Bomarc
can attack and knock down enemy
bombers ''at a far J greater dis distance
tance distance thaa any other missile pre

sently in use in air defense."

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The Army's chief anti-aircraft
weapon, the Nike guided missile,'
has a current "range of 9 bout SO
miles and replaces .artillery it 1
sort of '.'last ditch" defense.
The Bomac will he used by the
Air Force defense command to in intercept
tercept intercept enemy planes before they
come within range cf Army air
defense commands ringing princi principal
pal principal targets. ir
- The Air Force tajd the Bomae
had achieved "superior results"
in tests at Patrick Air Force Base.
Fla. It said the Bom ire it

launched vertically by a rocket

motor and cruises with newer aun-

plied by two ramjet engines slung

beneath the cylindrical body of

interceptor. .

Spanish' Playboy's
Widow, Fiancee i

Mourn De Portago

A ; general uneasiness": was

cited by a school pfficial as the
reason for requesting a police
guard, whlch Chief Francis
Moore, a schoolboard member
said would be stationed at the
gymnasium.,

. Authorities emphasized that

vouns? Ca.ln. 17: ha revived no

threats. Bobby's mother,; Mrs

Beatrice Cain, said earlier this High School 'In nearby Knox

ville," which he formerly, attend
ed &M''i&&?M. Jt

week she was

'It

"a little, uneasy."

lust takes on crackpot to

causo trouble," Principal D .: j 1
rrHaln Jr,, said. Clinton was tho
seen f a Xu Klux Klan ross ross-UrXnf
UrXnf ross-UrXnf last wk, when robed
Ktansmen attacked racial Integra-'
.lion at th school. 'X :,:Y;,'w:v
This town and surrounding

Anderson County are- under a
federal court Injunction forbid forbidding
ding forbidding interference with Negroes
attending the school, Seventeen

1

persons face contempt -charges
in connection with violence that
rocked the town last year.
Bobby attended graduation re rehearsal
hearsal rehearsal last Tuesday : night. He
and his family aay they will at attend
tend attend commencement exercises

But th? youth was invited to at attend
tend attend a lunlor-senior DrOm after

graduation at segregated Austin!

Several authorities said they

noted a "slight upsurge'' in antl

integration activity here, out

not enough to cause alarm. Seg

regation literature was strewn

on Brittain's lawn several days

ago by unidentified persons, r -t

r; Newsrael and cameramen ;will
b prohibited from taking pictures
inside tho gymnasium, Brittain
said. T h graduation program,

Mammoth Negro-Pilgrimage.-Converging
On U.S; Capital

WASHINGTON. May ,17 (UP)

The advance guard of a mom

motii ::ougrimaie'''' to wasning'

ton organized' by Negro leaders

beaan arriving here today to

nrau fnr r.lvtt rlffhta Action.

The. "Prayer pilgrimage hoi,

000 oartlclDants from. 31 states

and the District of Columbia,
will be held on the ateps of the

Lincoln .Memorial.' fc J ;

Timed to coincide with the

third anniversary of the SU-

prememe Court's school integra integration
tion integration decision, the mass meeting
Is designed to commemorate the
edict and nrotest violence a-

ainst Negroes in the South in

addition to pressing ior uu
rlgfna legislation at this session

of -congress. 1

Th Communist Party Is Irving

t work, its way into th pilgrim-

, vn though th mats rally

is following a religious theme and

is sponsored by nen-Csmmunist
organisations.

Sponsors of the pilgrimage

who include the Rev. Martin

Luther King Jr, leader of the
recent Montgomery, Ala., bus
boycott have emphasized that

Communists have not been in

vlted and will be barred from

official ceremonies.

The sponsors said at a press

conference here Wednesday they

do-not exoect any trouble from

Communists but conceded iney

have no way of keeping them or

anvona else away from tn

grounds, which are government

property-

lice department planned to have

extra nersonnel stationed near-

oy. 1 ' 1
The pilgrimage,' was decided
on at a meeting of 87 church churchmen
men churchmen and Negro leaders from all
sections of the country at New
Orleans last February. Co-chairmen
are King; A. v, Philip Ran Randolph,
dolph, Randolph, president 'of the .. AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO Brotherhood of Sleeping Car

portersj and the Rev. Thomas
Kllgore Jr pastor of Friendship

Baptist Church in New York

City. j
- Tho thrse-hour ceremony today
will feature' speeches, religious cr-

monies, hymn singing by massed
choirs and th 'laying of wreaths.
Speakers will Include Reps. Adam
Clayton Powell Jr. D.-N.Y.t, and
Charles C. Diggs Jr. (D-Mich.)
' Delegates wiU arrive by train,
plane and bus. One, the Rev.
Milton Perry, 21-year-old pastor
of the Deliverance Temperance
Church or Jersey City. N. J.

started wanting Sunday and ex

scheduled to bagirf at 7:30 p.m.,
is opn to th public, howaver
Cain is among six Negro stu students,
dents, students, finishing the school year

r ive owiers witntire w and one
was expelled1 About five more

Negro students are expected to

enrou ror the fall term.
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Presley Feels Fine

After Toolh Cap

tomes uut Of Lung

HOLLYWOOD. Mav 17 ftTP i-

tivis r resley s fans were3 assured
today- that their idol will v suffer

no permanent infurv from the ef-

lects ot swallowing a v porcelain
tooth cap whili dancing for the

movies.

The can M'as removed from the

rock 'n roll singer's lung with a

bronchoscope at Cedars of Leba Lebanon
non Lebanon Hospital. r w , .

"He's fe)intf fine and .- would

like to get out,"! a studio spokes

man said, "but doctors feel he
should stay uv the hospital at
least through todav for' nhanrva.

tion in order to make, sure there

are ao complications.

Presley fcomrtained vesterdav of

a pain in hisrehest after swallow swallowing
ing swallowing the can while ftlminff ".Tail-

house 'ROCK;'? 't:v---ji .,.?

Althouch the object was remov

ed without difficulty; Presley was

reported to navtJ -a ore throat"
as a result of the irritation from

the -use of the bronchoscope,

The sldeburned sinner was ex

pected to return to work Monday

in tne picture that is bringing him

a salary or xz50,uoo and 50 per
cent of its profits. Hollywood

sources csemated it was the high-

-est pnee ever paid a star in film

nisiory. , t;i '.;

Appeals Dog Down -Judge's
Plan For
Bus Desegregation
NEW ORLEANS, May 17 (UP)
Appeals by a transit firm', the
state' and the city of New Orleans-

loomed today to delay a federal
judge's plan to order buses and

parks desegregated here.

Judge-J. Skelly Wright in de-'(
daring bus and park segregation

laws unconstitutional: Wednesdav

said he, would issue a permanent

injunction against ; their enforce-

ment, but any appeals would de-
lay such ac order.
City Atty Alvin Liska, who do;
fended a suit by Negroes attack attacking
ing attacking the ; segregation laws said
both the city; and -state will appeal.

A transit .official also said th
firm will appeal.. ;
; George S.,Dinwiddie, president :.
of the Aew Orleans Public Serv-1
ice Co., which operates the city's
buses anJ street cans, said segre segregation
gation segregation wHl- be maintained ; until
Wright's decision becomes final.
: "Ntiither the judgment s. nor the

injunction have yet been issued,"
he said,! "and they will not be
come f inal and-ettective until the
usual delays for appeals h a v e
iapsed''u '-IX'-:- V--.
' MAmtiAPfl vf f K ak T A!ai1atiioak

now in the midst of a 30-day fiscal
session, criticized the decision but

there was no immediate talk of )

further strengthening th state
segregation Jaws.-

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NEW YORK, May 17 (UP)

ine penny-ante bandits -who

steal coin from parking meters
apparently hit the Jackpot last

year. iTarnc Commissioner T. T.

.wuey said about $25,000

A- 1 T..r, 1. 1- ; - 7-,uuu tt a

pctw m rnve ourma uie cere-rstoien rrom narkrino tnntr rtr.

mnnln tn lota .t .

lng 1956.

U. S. Surrenders Gl To Jap Court;
Embassy Official Says Act Stinks

' MADRID. Ma. 17 flTM Th

Maroui de' Porta eo'a entranced

American wife and tho fat-mar

Hollywood actress who bad hoped

w oe ms next mourned km death

today in Madrid's church of Santa

Barbara. ,. ,

The U. 8. Park Police, who

have Jurisdiction over Lincoln

Memorial and surroundings

grounds, plan to have 160 men

at the meeting, in addition

Washington's metropolitan po-

Anennw rvjoWtad fcniV- t.

orry bti for bar itool

The foanish nlavbov's widow.

fermerly Carol McDaaiel. 1
Qiarlestnr., S. C.r and actress
Linda Chrfstjaa took tm notice of
each other during the requiem
ana. lhy -eat far apart. Mis
ChrtrMan was on. the left side of

the chu?ch and the marquise on

Um riiht. "...

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A symbolic, buck-draped eoffia
rested in tne tenter aiale during1
the service. It cud not contain De
Ports fo's body, which was inter-:
red yesterday i the family vault

in 5aa Iuro Cemetery..".

The alarqirit wit killed h a
ro rc in Itaty Sunday when
tire blew nrt i h s car phinjod

int a crnwd, kilhnf hi AmmcM

relief driver and aire nlookeri.i

Paraiso, Catun
Defense Meetings
Monday, Tuesday
The towns of Paraiso and Ga-
tun will hold their monthly Civil

Defense meettngs Monday and

Tuesday, respectively,

The ladles of Paraiso will meet

at the School at 7:30 pm. Mon Monday..
day.. Monday.. The ladles of Catun will
meet at the .Service Center at
t:)0 a.m. Tuesday. .

' - J action while on duty at a U. S.
All members of the townslUsj military base.
Civil Defense Volunteer Corp One American officer who re-

are urged to attend. The general l fused permission to use his namej
public is Invited. - Itold United Press, "Cirard won't

.v.

have a chance with that Japanese
jury." ,- :, .. ;

A U. P. Embassy offirisl hr

who said it would be f'worth my
job to be quoted," said he thought

me mnencuo acuon StUlKS.

e apparently consider the

man expenaaDie,' he- declared.

MtcArthnr lnfrmd

U. S. Ambaasarinr Dm six r.

Arthur II said he had been kont

fully informed" erf thn aptinn h,n

noea ne in im mu tun n

. uc tin .v.. uv, 11 iv if vtviuicu.uu siuivve or auinnmv

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TOKYO. May 17 (UP1

military authorities in an unpre unpre-cented
cented unpre-cented action agreed today to sur

render sn American soldier to a
Japanese court for trial on a man

slaughter charge.-

The charge was based on the

accidental death of a Japanese

woman on a u. s. nring range.
She was struck by a blank mortar
shell firtd as warning to Jap Japanese
anese Japanese civilians to leave the area.

The ffldier who fired the mortar

was SP. SC William S. Girard.

of Ottawa, 111

Jan. 30, aroused intense feeling in

Japan. : Japanese authorities de

manded Um Girard be charged
with war. slaughter ; .- ". 1

, St A Predr)
The decision to release G i r-

ard for 'civilian trial was made

by Bear -Adm. MUes H. Hubbard,
second in command of operations
and administration of the U. S.
Far Katt Command. He admitted

he was setting a precedent in
permitting a U..S. serviceman to

be tried in a civil court for his

Many U.S. mijitary officers said
the worn in had no business on an
American firing range at any
time. They said she and other

civilians were stealing scrap met

al 101 file and were aware of

tne dangfc Involved.

Hubbard said the official mili

tary position still was that Girard

was on duty and under orders

when the woman was injured fa

tally and therefore not subject to

japfcnese trial.

However, he said, after days of

eomerenees Between Japanese and
U.S. officials the military com command
mand command decided to release Girard
to the Japanes because of the

mteixre ation of condition the

the administration agreement be

tween tne two countries, 1

17 Oil Firms

Plan Pipeline
LONDON. May 17 (UP)-Seven-

teen of the world s leading oil
companies announced today they
will proceed with plans to build
a 840 million dollar pipeline to by

pess the Suez Canal.
' The announcement said the com.
panies decided at a three-day con conference
ference conference here to study "the many

intricate technical, financial and

legal problems involved.
"It is hoped thai these Studies
will result in sufficiently concrete

proposals to permit the companies

U .. present these for ; discussion

with the governments concerned.

if added. --,
The announcement did not men- -tion
the Suez Canal oy name, but

it pointed out the proposed new

pipeline would "supplement and

not replace the full use of existing

transportation facilities." ;

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' The companies made it dear
that by building a new pipeline
from Middle East oil fields to tie
Mediterranean Sea, they could de decrease
crease decrease the dependence of Western
countries on the canaf and free
future supplies from '.'outside" in
terference. ; H
The announcement said the its-
tern under study eventually would
provide "transportation to the,
Mediterranean seaboard" of soma
70 million ton of crude oil a vear
about, 1,400,000 barrels a day
This WOUld assist in meetirur th

increased world demand exoected
in the early 1960 s, the announce-.
ment added.
The first stage of the project
would provide a 38-40 inch pipe pipeline
line pipeline which would transDort lhout

800,000 barrels a day to the Medi

terranean. -The
announcement dM nni na

cify teh route of the proposed pipe
line, but well -inform nil stA frtwft

her said tt would most likely run.
from the head of the Persian c.nt

tru-ough Irj and Turkey to tho
Turkish coast of the Mcditer

rnean.
The British-owned Iraq Petrol,
cm Co. already has surveyed anckj

a route.

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