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PANAMA, K. P., SATURDAY, MAY It, 1957
DAILY NEWSPAPER ' v
Nero Bobby CainGraduates
Fiom, Orderly; Clinton Hik
. '' CLINTON tenn May 16 (UP) A Negro boy and 87
White classmates graduated in typical prep commencement
Yxercises last night to mark the end ofvthe first year of
racial integration at once-embattled Clinton High School.
In nearty KnoxvMe? segregationist John Kasper called
for lArittior .which would make t7.year:old Bobby Cln,
, the; "first, last and 'only Negro
Tennessee public nign uiioui,
wmu uarents and eight!
-iU V-TwirAPa watched irom
' seats in- an
ence.of 600,jroin? caw
.to 'the rostrum,. 35th to mf, jo
receive his ipw-, aM pf.
i v T "miH MdltorlBm
jnside the crowded wwwiLSii,
-squad cn four ottierouicws
fcut. intra wa
ported today that a score of stu stu-:
: stu-: 5-f. v.b in axrested in ao-
WWW twv 1-
' viet Germany ojv cbwfees or
luar ."western, conspirators.
" The paper said 14 young; ,Ger ,Ger-Jns
Jns ,Ger-Jns SSrTr arrested"
night inRed Berlto alone. It
said an .undisclosed ..number of
news conference-in Red Berlin
KursdaV lthat ) "foreign agents
have been arrested; .to hall
, dozen '6ovlet-ne.5itles He
have been forbidden to vacation
ft'e west in an effort to com-
,6n-'RPd TOuth organ 'JunRe
Welt reported today
: fummer work in the coal mines
V KctorlesW Soviet Germs Germs-ny
ny Germs-ny "to show their loyalty to the
Gaturt Lake Searcri
Continues tor Bed
S6f US Seamait
KjyrSf a V "sl seaman who
nnt for swim yesterday aft aft-re
re aft-re -.tii--. w hln lay at
tnd failed to -come P-
police reported an unsuccess unsuccess-fui
fui unsuccess-fui siarch Tintil tJarkness yes yes-trday
trday yes-trday for the body of the sea sea-.
. sea-. ivinv Howard Dantzler.
He was one of five men who
eent for an afternoon swim
fcWie their ship, the freighter
EIwHn anchored to wait for
? .v.km traffic to clear.
''dSww diwd into the.lake
.,.hnt a:50 n.n and never
. 4ia mrface. -
.nhai nniica were notified
v.ti hp fore 1 n.mand three
ta n s. Navy skin
i. .nf t the scene with
.V.; '7,mes. : While the
Solorsdo waited, the four made
ippeakea oitcs m
"iSi "to their diving tanks was
haustedby5p.ra., and by then
i was too near darkness to be-
nn dragging operauon i
Boyd Brothers, agents, for the
hlo, saw tne vowrmao F" F"-ral
ral F"-ral cargo vessel under tne u o
f.. at tlie lime of the drown-
k- iai iut cleared Gatun
Icks en route from Norfolk, Va,
b 8n Fearo. caui.
Althoueh It la not considered
mmal for seamen of a trans-
ahlo to enloy a fresh-wa-
r swim, this was the first
frowning accident In years, ac
brdlng w snipping omciau.
This Wednesday ;
na commissary will be cr,neM,,fc,r,
xt Wednesday, for that day(r rar T being s &eam, the! It mifhave been toy imsgins imsgins-.
. imsgins-. nlv. to allow the people of the)tftn-4. ..r hou,"- u a solid Uon. twit I thought my ears pop-
iwn to firrtsa their shopping,, 4 Jjirly eolid) realityped Ju sl-ghtly, is they do wiih
,efore the Cemrrrunltv Confer-j ibia of aa interic mast ( lowia itiinor chaage of pressure ia an
tee which wta be held at eve-'prMnire air. courtey of two sj airplane. Then t walked through
ng.. - I 'condiliooin units aa igloo-shape 'the revolving door. Hill that kind,
Ordinarily tr.e comrr.:.vrv ai
fimboa is epen from 1 tJ 8 n
t on Wednesdays. On Mav 23
- Clever, the ccmmLssary will o-
rr at noon ana c!o? at 7 cm.
The Con-.tnunity Conference1
- i;i begin st 7.33 p ra.
ever tp graduate from a
.- 5- i
order. Principal D. J. Brittaln,
Jr., forbade, p h o tofraphers
from taking pictures inside the
gymnasium, but flash bulbs
na.niMd when the orocession-
nl fintartd and left the crowd-
ed auditbriunt accompanied b
the Clinton Hign bana.
Thie SDeakers delivered ad
wlth, no direct references
Cliaton racial disturb-
- , .5,
Joe i Mimaos. Tvna aeuwrea
the valedictory address 'in the
absence of student body :' presi presi-dentr
dentr presi-dentr 'Jerry Shattuct, injured
earlier ''this week in a tralfK:
mishap; urged ,his classmates to
be constructive, unprejudicedj
and broadminded." r
To Raise $5CC3 V
Foir Cuiiinda Pool
' In an attempt te raise a b out
$5,000 needed for the -completion
of 1 swimming pW at Curundu,
two week-ends of lEarnavalito, fun
are being planned my uie'X;urun
dii SwimminB Pool Association, i
w These wili bfr hed next Friday
and Saturday-nd ithe, following
weekend,. May 31 Od June 1, at
Cururdo,'-' K'if,-' -' Xv i
The association, wnlch consist!
of civiiiac group of Curundu and
Ft... Clayton families,, totals 1 about
rcaVv been p-'hpred vith'n (hp
.... l l, : K.i t dl
iu.i.uM ...rt cull
&Uiici)on ol th
pool. An addition
al $5,000 is new needed, the asso
ciation said, to complete the eon
struction, which includes tiling
and the installation of ', a bath
houses;? f rt.s'T-'v .'i'-'-'
.The carHival benefit v will ges
ture gamei of chance; dancing
and a free floor show, It opens
at 60 p.m. next Friday and con
tinues un'il Saturday at 11:30 p.m.
- Membership ia toe association is
also, onen and contributions 'for
the pool i fund may be m a d e by
contacting either Al tienther at
85-2292 (office) or 83-4100 (home),
or Jim Price at 83-8205 (office)
of 83-4201 (home). -A
:. .i ii .1 v - :
Reports 0 Sunken
Submarine Said tfe
To Be Faiie Aiarmlf
London: May is up) The
Hutch submarine chaser Utrecht
reported today t had made con
tact- with a "submerged object"
in the North Ses but that reports
a submarine mi hi have suna in
the area appeared to be a false
alarm.. . ?
.'The search vessel said signals
from, its echo sounding apparatus
were ino vacue u inaicaia.
sunken vesseL -. s
The Utrecht re do tied to Am
sterdara it found an "anchored
drum' in the area where a Dan
ish ship last night reported see
ing a buoy which flashed lights
and gave off amoke like a sub
marines emergency marker buoy.
The captain of the Danish
freighter Mary North reported he
could hear "knocking from the
submerged vessel" he said it
sounded like distress s i g a s 1 $
from a sunken aub.
Huff in' And
But Don't Unzip The Door
f doc ouic-e
' NEW YORK (UP It
knova (hat a nan's home
castle. Now be can have
c.stle. Hom. was J?ver a. thisJmm.y an
i his auwie u -sot el the staff
that dream are made on. Its
for real. The bssw structural
is Just plain stmos-
rovrrm of vinrt coatea Bvioo.ot ooor, incioen-auT, mere urn
'fabric, eoartesy of U. S. Pabher
;Ce. braiework, courtesy ( that
old demrn ef international archi
terture, rrans rKro
dy is living,
revwi that aPT rwv
yet, ta one of the
; thf pulse
THE THIRD POSITION, a po political
litical political group which stayed away
from the noils durinsr the last
elections, is expected to launch
a manifesto outlining its position
withv regard to the current "po "political
litical "political crisis,? El Dia reported to-
The tabloid said the group s
national directorate :s making a
detailed study of the present po
litical situation and the events
which will occur "at any mo moment."
ment." moment." The Prfceegulatinr Office
has approved an increase of one
cent a gallon on tne price oi
i kerosene and, one and three-.
quarter cents on diesel oil, ef effective
fective effective Monday. ( - t i
La Hora reoorts 'today that a
Costa Rican resident of Colon
threw herself over a balcony yes
terday, because she dreamt the
Costa Rican President had or
dered her to do so,
The woman, Mrs. Gwendolyn
Allen, 56, is on the seriously ill
list at Amador Guerrero Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. txi'. t
Th- minim nf tntt fnlon
Lottery office has denied seek-.
J. lnt two- montmy drawings oi
;the national juenery ior
city of Colon, t
1 Luis' Cbarrls said he had
SttemDted to have two of the
weekly .drawings held in Colon
each year, but was notified that
the law prohibits drawings
from being held anywhere else
but fanam city, -v.
Skin pifi Display;
In Libre ry-t luscum
! The Library-Museum, how Is
displaying a large collection of
local coral collected by Anna ana
Ton v Manrt. fr. ": -.':::.
Th .r.orai i of manv varieties
and sper-ies and includes Stas-
v,rrn. I lase or Eunc'ng coiai
. ... ci l an1 Sea fans from
j various points, along the Atian
tic coast. a. veil as some rare.
lyseen coral of the Pacific The
most spectacular piece on dis display,
play, display, is; "'Sea Tan from -Porto
Bella, a lacy .? structure about
three feet in diameteri- .w K
The collection occupies two ex
hibit, cases and is- arranged in
the flat lighted case at the en entrance
trance entrance to the lobby of the Civil
Affairs Building and in an up upright
right upright case in the center of the
Museum'. Descriptive notes pre prepared
pared prepared by Mann are Included, to
show where the various, speci specimens,
mens, specimens, were .found' and how. they
underwater pnevograpns snow
large groups of coral in- their
natural setting,- examples, of
which are included in. the dis
play. In' one 'photograph Mrs.
Mann may be seen using an
aqualung while prying some
pieces of coral loose from the
coral bed. : ?;-
Mann, a native of. New Eng
land, is a Supervisory Civil En
gineer, in the Engineering Divi
sion and har been on the Isth
mus about five years.' He and
Mrs. Mann have developed their
Interest in coral since they came
to. the Isthmus. They first were
enthuslatie about spearflsninp
and other tmderwater activities
and then became interested in
coral collecting and underwater
OMAHA, Nebt. May" i (UP (UP-Dr.
Dr. (UP-Dr. David W. Proffitt," Maryville,
Tenn.r said today s factory jam
tor can make mors money than a
- Proffit atd statistics- showded
that menv a man "pushing a
brown" lets higher wages than
"the msjority of our teachers and
professors." '.. ;
!Puf fin Won't Down -;T his: Air Ca stle
things.-1 walked through one of
is weU.them a hnge twoomer-at anjthey wera sturtily erect ana pur-
ia b..:exb.b,tio,tnere snd watched oe;Portuy awe -
aa air.ot mem wing oeiiavea a bibwibui .,
M the air
: noun Kiwi
u from a big balloon.
m"cn rnaoce oi toting any smi
gu!p of air and Saving your house
juxnr d iwn arjund you.
The 1 rooms looked like two
tre men-iTit invertH cups, (OI (OI-sec'.ed
sec'.ed (OI-sec'.ed by a small passageway.
n;n AKA A M r-, n n A P A 1
, , J 8 J ? I l' )V S ' ' t ' f 'j ' f
. ,--- v .: .. ; I -. t-a M 'if I, f ( - ft 1 J tr t ,f,
',- -It 1 1 -' V t 1 '" U V f 1 l
1 Senate Committee
5 xfr'. wi&zr?!
, vtcz-'AttvtI' cm RVRKAItn MAWTflflMFRT. Vielrf ',
n tv rnai 7.nn nn ht
tlen. and Mrs. Truman H. Landon.i Monty left-this morning. Shown- above, U to r) are Mont Mont-gomery',
gomery', Mont-gomery', Lt. Gen,. Robert M.' Montague, commander-in-chief, Caribbean Command and Landon,
Commander 'Caribbean Air Command. . ,
Commerce Deor. ixcquesi
WASHINGTON; May 18 ,(UP)-
Ths- Senate, acting only a few
hours after President Eisenhower
United a ; new warning against
drastic budget cuts, voted yeateH
day to slash $257,928,710 from .his
request for the Commerce Depart Department'
ment' Department' and related .agencies. ;
i if took the -acfion in approving
by voice vote a $613J584,290 money
bill for the agencies. The measure
now goes a joint House-senate
Conference 'Committee' to1 thresh
out : differences .between we iwo
chsmbers. -vi,;"t! "'r"':.
It wss the third regular money
bill passed by the Senate so tar,
all this week. The fi.enare.now nai
trimmed $440,57,219T from presi presidential
dential presidential budget requests totalling
':.'CsVly :,MUke,' ,..
The" Senste vote csme ; shortly
after Eisenhower- dectarea inn
the congressional drive to cut fed federal
eral federal spending and reduce taxes
could prove "the most costlr mis mistake
take mistake of ouf entire national life
feSame; Again T!
Lakeland, rii '.1 May ai (UP)
James Mansfield, 50, Serving 30
days for drunkenness, escaped o-
ver the stockade fense yesterday.
While police were chasing him,
MansSe' returned to the stock stockade
ade stockade in a pickup truck and, picked
up his buddy,-. William Cawthon,
also 50 and serving; an identical
Police' now- are looking for 'both
of them -'';
Or: The-Walls! May Wilt
imflated by the air eonaiuoners.',iroe-wou.an v. u
:" : -
water. There were no metal or
.H cmrta anvwhere. .
-The interior, of course. wss.vKhnf heat ia winter.. Those on
filled with extensive exhibition-1 the demiTistrsUoa bouse were su-
rvoe caroets, furniture, and dec
w m . .: j j i a
larcer dome there was so imrts
tion fireplace witn a uue ruamni
almost to the ceiling. ... ,
?' 6e4 Ouesriefi
Outside, a mar connected with
a7 ..v.l.:i I. ,k.
oraoon. in me m 10 cue vi ibc.wwts vwc-,w
MippoTed io bV ."fireplace and! "Co?U him buck aa W .to
. 'T. .v ,,. j itM tH. tr warm la win-
1 ue US in-ri .' ne ia L
"Wen, uhat happens t. a resl.tei.- , ,
wnv tn Santiago. Chile Aftef
$257 Mill i6n
if.lt weakened the .nation's de
fense program." 1
The President stenned up. his
battle against big' budget emits in
a telephoned message to a our
Ohio. He said world peace .will
be maintained "only by unrelent
tor nav-bv-dsy sacrifice" on tne
part of all the people.
The': Senate : passed the Com
merce' Department ( sppropriations
Biu arter an nour oi qum ui
cussion in exactly the form sp sp-proved
proved sp-proved ly its. sppropriations cora-
nuu.ee. -r,- .., ..,
., A'.'. ,- ;
' For tha'" record.' the Senste ver
sion was $40,100,770 less than the
amount approved by the House,
stiit Sen. Soesssrd L. Hollsnd (D
rial, manaeer of the bill, ssid it
actually -would authorise $24,880,-
00 more spending than tne House
f i CAA pets Mere Money
' TheVsans'te1 voted to give the
Civil Aeronautics Administration
123.538.530 more than -the House
allbUed the' acenev. However, the
Senate figure stJl was $58,687,810
less than i Eisenhower naa re-
quested.'-, -;-' -'.'
. The vfenate made a ,bookkeep-i
ing cut ot 5. million dollars
frotn: the House-approved item of
ion milium dollars for ship operst
ina subsidies paid by : the Mari
The- Senate version simply pro
vided, that (I inilli o a dollars
be taken irora unpeat money pre-
viMiilv anoronnated lor liqiuaa.
lion f,uie War Shipping Adminis-
i. a. -
th. Van" uminr You d have si
- lh. f,r.nUr
woura nve air
blew tmth hot and cold, thus pro-
j . v.. th.t
ltomtirairy regulatea to
. wKas th, wtvAaanit
p-trn rum I
"There is one man, up in Mas Mas-sscBoseus,"
sscBoseus," Mas-sscBoseus," the sa said, "who
has put one Over his outdoor
awmniir? pool and now be swims
all year aronund. However, uiere
one ex d-b e. problem.' What's
one expense proDiea
the British 'Army,
SDendlns the night with Mai.
Both the Senate and House re
jected an administration request
for $81,500,000, Jor ship construc
tion,: subsidies. f,ijrf;; ; y
Jin hiV message to her Republi
can conference,. Eisenhower not
only warned against big budget
cuts,"hut prodded the Democratic Democratic-controlled
controlled Democratic-controlled congress to get to work
oa his legislstive program.
-He singled out for special1 at at-tention
tention at-tention -hU Dronosal i. for School
construction, civil rights, snd high
er postal rates,';..-
Clayton Powell ;Ca
'i...'. j; iy- -t;- ';
WASHINGTON; 'MsyS (U?V (U?V-Rep.
Rep. (U?V-Rep. Adam, asyton Powell (D (D-NY)
NY) (D-NY) called on the nation's Neg
roes yesterday to onit behind a
church-led "tnu-o ierce w i'k"
racial discriminatioil with passive
Powell, one of three Negro
House-members, Said Negroes had
no alternative but to Join the new
movement because of ie 'basic
dishonesty and, increasing hypoc hypocrisy',
risy', hypocrisy', ot both political, parties on
civil rights issues. .-
-i He ssid the proposed ;'thtrd
force" would fight discrimination
by work, stoppages, boycotu and
ether forms of passive resistance.
Powell spoke .from the Steps of
the Lincoln Memorial to a crowd
estimated .by police ; at '. shout
15,000 Negroes from all parts ot
. the nation hers U attend a
"prayer pilgrimage lor freedom
One of the leaders ot the pilgrim pilgrimage
age pilgrimage estimated the turnout at
27,000. :' ;
; levivalltt Atmeephere
, The rslly took, aa a revivalist
atmosphere as the delegates,
many wearing clerical collars sad
academic robes, punctuated some
impassioned racial rights speeches
with shouts of "smea! v r
. w J.I.H.t.i m in the
third anniversary ot the Supreme
Court's school desegregation oe-
armed, forces snsmiam
to many non-mimary cars
chauffeurs that it hv "nesrry im impossible"
possible" impossible" to compute their cost
He said in s statement that the
fwuu n.n,rimiit titld him that
it would eoi about $40,000 to cow
Itct information needed U answer
quesuons he submmea a,
questions he submn
He made 'publie the .letter m
which he asked the department
tiBm enanv td Tinoua types at
by the armed 1 ftcee. the
the umber aa chauneurs
I . . mnmMiim.
rivers used sad etner
A (felegdtion'of local-rate
cussed with visiting Senate
labor phase of a bill aimed
Treaty said today they came away Tiighly optimistic
about the results. v. f
. The bill, S.I 850, wliich they have strongly support supported,
ed, supported, provides for a single wage policy and for civil servict
reiirement coverage for non-US citizens. The union is also
urging early passage of the legislation.
Local 900's legislative representative, Harold ?W't.
Williams, said today that the labor delegation wqs "very
satisfied", with the meeting. "f ."'
. Besides Williams, the AFSCME, AFL-CIO's Local ?C3
was represented by its chairman, Harold Rerrie, and in international
ternational international representative William Sinclair, while Jose is
la Rosa Castillo, chairman of Local 907, was also present.
Faucette, counsel fof the Sen-f the present employes In the Ca
ste Post ortice ana Civu service'
committee which will shortly
consider plans for implementing
the labor provisions of the 1955
treaty, is here on a fact-finding
mis .n. , ....
i i.e i -ie (5
t..tr facts and make his report,
on the situation directly to the.
Local 8oo officials took the
following position on the bill In
their discussions with Faucette;
1) That the wage scale should
be so pegged to the Classifica Classification
tion Classification Act that, future upward
revisions of pay scales for em employes
ployes employes covered by the Act will
be reflected in wages and sal salaries
aries salaries paid under the -Canal
single-wage plan; and
' 2) That Congress should firm firmly
ly firmly state It Is not 1U Intention
that this wage plan should in
any way adversely affect any of
cision',' resisted Communist party
attempt -to exploit the' pilgrim pilgrimage
age pilgrimage and ignored top party mem members
bers members whe attended.
Among party leaders spotted In
thercrowd were Eugene Dennis of
New York," party chieftain; James
Jackson? of .New York, a Negro
member -of the national commit
tee; Simon W. Gerson, New York,
a top party spokesmen, snd Ben
jamin- wavis, saoiner mgro oa
the national committee.1
' Paal -Robesen Attended
' Others included James Ford, .a
Neero. snd one-time psrtv candi
date for vice president and Roose
velt Ward of the communist party
newspaper the DSily Worker. Paul
Robeson.- Negro singer who has
been linked with many Communist
activities, also atetnded but wss
not on the program.
A. Philip Randolph, a co-chair-r.aa
of the pilgrimage and presi president
dent president of the AFL-CIO Brother hod
of Sleeping Csr Porters, warned
Negroes in i fiery speech sgainst
ateeptieg Communist help in their
fight, t -4 s t ; ;
"We know that Communists
have no genuine interest ia the
aolutun of problems el vaeial dis dis-crimiastion,'
crimiastion,' dis-crimiastion,' he said, "but seek
only to use this issue to strengthen
the foreign policy of the Soviet
The tiwwd. which Wss mostly
middleaged and older, was ex extremely
tremely extremely orderly. But it violated s
pilgrim a request sot to applaud
im rlm,l. aZ
' Seats were st a premium iisa
thoasands stood during the iv
- The Rev. V art In- Luther Rag,
another ce-chsirmaa and leader ei
L rr?: 11 "2 .V
snimstraUoa has been "aU too j
mlent od apathetic" ia the t ml.
-t. Mntra..m -
v w H-a, afrros
aive leadership' 'into the Egat for
Negre rights. ,
union officials who tjis,
counsel A, M. Faucette the
at implementing the U5-RP
The union said 'that Fau
cette indicated some action n
the bill would be taken I
Congress adjourns neTt A;
During t .etr d"r' -i,
I'"' H'- 1 ' .Si. (
...."a. U ill Llli'""J
"We profoundly resret the di
latory attitude of tho.ie v ho have
contributed to delaying action on
this sacred instrument therein
(the great government of the
United States of North America,
looked up to for equity and jus-
tlce in our hemisphere and rec recognized
ognized recognized throughout the world s
the genesis of Democracy, has
contracted, among other things,
to extend equality of opportuni opportunity;
ty; opportunity; equal pay for equal work, and
Civil Service retirement coverage-to
all employes In United
States Government positions la
the Canal Zone. :. -. .... -.
"The situation becomes 'mora ;
disheartening considering the
fact that Panama, the smaller o
the two high contracting par-.
ties, has within the past two
years since signing of this trans-
cendent international 'Agree -ment,
been complying with; s$ch -obligations
as are imposed upon"
her by the said Treaty of Mu-"
tual Understanding and pooper-
ation and Memorandum of Un
derstandings, whereas legislation )
for Implementation on the pirt:
of the United States continues to
hang In the balance of oncer-
tainty notwithstanding the long
lapse or ume. i
K DaVis Soldier
AUA'soldier, Pfc rrankl.
Caputo, 21, who lost bota Ilia
legs as a result of a train aecU
dent, was on the seriously 111 bat
today at Coco Solo Hospital;
Caputo's left leg was seven 4
when he fell beneath the whee's
of a. southbound railroad train
at the Colon Station .at- 12:2
p.m. yesterdsy. His right leg was
amputated later in an emergen emergency
cy emergency operation at Coco Solo Hospi-
'. The soldier's left leg was sev severed
ered severed above the ankle,- and the.
right, which was badly mar jied,
was amputated just below ..the
The Sl-yesr-old soldier appfl-
eatly fell under the moving traia
i 'JSirtiT Hrtan r&.
'jrd Battalion of the 20th ln.'aa-
try suunua kek wiu.
;Gl Double Dated
FT. TilX. N.J, May 18 (VP-A
Wate ia basic training here
scheduled to nm aa ehstaele
course under ftre Monday has re-
ported s tiu ia
rneVirtor La Bianco sax ke has
'eeiTed a notice from hi s draft
hoard te report for a pre-iBdus-
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THIS g YOUR FORUM THE RIADtRS OWN COLUMH i
The Mag Be If as spew fsrsm far reaeto s Tfca Panama Americas.'
Letter are rttttvaa grarefwHy and are basiled la s wholly ceaflaastiaf
sassse. i ; i '.'--.' .t .'vvi'iftys1 fc-r.c." i i
M ye aastfihsta a letter W be Imparts If lr dests't appear the
aaxt say. Letters ara publishes is tha rser received.
Pleas try ta keep tha tatters Ihnltee' re ana page leestb.
- leentity af letter writers It held is strictest confidence
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This newspaper aaiimoi sa mpsniibllity far statements ar epinleas
hi lattars Irani teasers.
THE MAIL BOX
- Aiier heading the article written by "Latin American High
School' Student," I wonder IT he is a lair-minded person. r
He said "Persons living in Panamanian jurisdiction are
enjoying1 the privilege of educational opportunities on the Canal
Zone; and are helping to further close out many of us from tak tak-r,
r, tak-r, ionfan nf thn already limited sDace that is available. I
rfon't think that this oracUce is fair." Why isn't this practice
considered fair by LAHSS?, f - 'ifiii
He seems to forget that the CZJC was created for US. citt
..nr.Mrf .h.n th 8tsrs available" basis was made, it wasn't
rr.-; .. .tt6 n
iSied as "space available for non-U. Citizens reiWInr tt
bis parents suddenly had to move from the into
Md ha then think that it is fair for only ;;Non-ua. Citizens
Residing W tne ca to oe acccpca u
I don't think that he can honestly say that it is fair.
,.-- it. . .n,. i. avsilabl. for Non-U.S. Citizens,
Sdn" matter where these ciMzens reside. (If';
'SeUtive exams are given, it is only fair that "first Priority b
iiven to hose who make the highest graces on u
?W "SSfc-"it hSuned to LAiSs that perhaps spme grad grad-UeTof
UeTof grad-UeTof Panamanian schools who, resided in .Uu iCZ most of
.their Uves, and who through no fault 'tt jrwn (pJ
privilege because ttiey arent -on-u. wwu-
r I cannot say anything about the system ued in the Latin
American Schools because I don't know very much about it.
lint thi T -an alv mv opinion on. When LAHSS ay tt1" he
Tanamanian teachers are brought to the c" E
as by the memorization method as is done in Panama, ht,u
Wg to presume that every school to Panama teaches strictty
iwsoraing to tne nwmonzun ium. vlffi re-
-I am a recent graduate (and proud of it) of a highly re re-teuUble
teuUble re-teuUble school in Panama, and I -didn't get aw diploma by
iiemorizlnic my lessons. It required quite a w m
Jearn the lessons, and memorizing the lessons didn't help jmuch,
M some students who didn't-get their diplomas can UU you.
But you will agree mat some meuiuriaiw"
example, there are chemical formulas that have to be- memo memorized
rized memorized before It can be learned properly. On the other hand, a
.iihit a icrnnomica cannot be memorized. Most oi tne
time, one has to use his common sense when sorting Pbiem
in Economics. At least in the school that 1 attended the memo memorization
rization memorization method" was not nsed, and memorization was not en.
By the way LAHSS, dont forget that there are students who
attended C schools who suddenly had to attend schools in Pan Panama
ama Panama with Uttlbr t knowledge of Spanish. They went ahead
bravely and mostvcf "them made the grade, even though the
, change wasn't nsde frailly as it was done In the LA Schools.
i As I close, t )ea- e ihU thought .with yop. 'E1 one quiers enj
' sU vlda todas Im t o a )i teiidri mucnos diaguaW
- I! i J SiTiaVJ. l .mo '-itu translated. "He who wants
'verythlng in. Me to "his pleasure will have many displeasures
m' C, A Nen-CS Citizen Residing la Panama
'' WASHINGTON' tNEAl Portv
one tizens', committees with over
w saeniDera from private' bait'
ness, professional and service or-
f anizationti are trying to promote
greater friendships with foreign
countries. Their program is known
as reopie w reopie fanner-ships"-or
PPP for short..
Many of these outfits have' bees
working at improving internation
al relationships for years. But last
teptemoer then representatives
were called to a White House con
ference at which President Eisen-
nower proclaimed that since
all people want peace. .thers 'i
no work more important."
from there the huckatera took
vr an began to oreanizs handi-
cioss-tnias as suppercolossal
A U.S. government Office of PA.
rvate Cooperation under Conger
Avynoiaa waa set up in u.s. infor information
mation information Agency to, coordinate and
cooperate ana pun zor au to e s e
private committees.' Department
oi ieiesns createa an elaborate
program to make the 800,000 A A-merican
merican A-merican servicemen overseas am ambassadors
bassadors ambassadors of good will.
ALSO, A NATIONAL "People to
reopie routraauoD" waa arcani!!
in New York to rait a a million
dollars or more. This is intended
to help finance some of the poorer
programs ir. PPP. Charles E". Wil
son oi Grace and Co. has been
named lit president and William
J. Donovan of OSS fame its board
The big idea is to keen tha oris-
cipal initiative for PPP in the
hands of private, non-governmental
Here are a tew examnlea
some oi their projects -. i
Advertising Council (under The-
oaore o. iteppuer 11 oramauzus
tne dook "Target: me world"
and will make it into a movie for
international exhibition to pro
mote peace. j
A book Furnishers' committee
under George P. Prett Jr. of Mae-
mulaa collects special libraries
for foreign communities. t
some 7 business organization
under Harry Buklis of General
Mills' are trying to promote f o r-
eign undfTStandlng of U.S. freei
Al capp heads a Cartoonists
committee to get humor panels
and strips that will correct f o r-
eign misunderstandings about A
"Keep Talking---Don Let Him Interrupt"
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WASI1LNGTON Ezra Taft Ben
son has run into trouble on hi
somersai'lt oft tree-growing.
a irst he killed : all governmen
nurseries; now he is urging ,mort
money tor nurseries. The trouble
comes prirtiarily nfrom his fellow
Shortly after he became Secr&
tary of Agriculture, Ezra junked
au Department of r- Agriculture
nurseries, ne Claimed it was no.
the job of the Government to crow
trees and he turned the nurseriei
over to the states -even if t a
states didn't want them.
1 At Winona, Minn.. Benson cave
a thriving" U.S. nursery to the
state of Minnesota. The state pro-
ceeaea to remove, au trucks, tools.
tractors, the overhead irrigation
system ana some oi tne choic
nursery stock. Then Minnesota i
bandoned the vVcyij u
The site js now owned by ; the
Vinona Sand and ; Q t a v e 1 Co.
which purchased the one-thriving
U.S. Government nursery for the
bargain price of $3000. The' price
included a Butler Building valued
at 112,000, plus au irrigation equip
ment mat coma not ne moved, in
eluding a pump, motor, etc.. plus
otner minor buildings. m
in Brief, the nursery which Once
grew thousands of trees is now
gravel tit - --v.
uut tnree years later; when sec
retary Benson started lus s o l
bank plan, he suddenly discover
ed He would need trees.
Black And White Movie
By BOB RUARK
BAN ANTONIO BUGUt
ms i-aina havs reallv come to town, with a thunder storm
with hall and high winds which lasted an hour. The town U
well flooded, but havent heard of much damage to far, though
many streets are closed. .
. T Mint anii tnrnutiwi keen switchlnft from place- to piaco
but have a special likeness for Waco and Dallas. Heavy rains
i. tit nnii Park- vtav atArted another flood in the Rio
Grande, already flooded, with rakon Dam Lake unable to take
are of tne water.
, President Eisenhower goes on the air to make a plea to the
Voters to vote Republican, when he should know by now that
they always vote the other way. Take the election to fill Sen Senator
ator Senator Daniel's place eight Democrats and a Republican sup sup-nnrtiH
nnrtiH sup-nnrtiH hv TV and a. Democrat tot a majority of all votes
cast This to one time when the man who never gave up IWjg1,
A CIVIC COMMITTEI under Dr.
George jV. Shuster of Hunter Col
lege is taking over the "Town to to-town"
town" to-town" kiei. One successful xsm-
pls is thf York, Pa., and Aries,
t ranee, exenangs oi visiters, stu
dents, TiewipaTxrf'-and letters.
Work of the Education commit
tee under Dr.- Albert Jacobs .of
Trinity College isn't very far a
long. Its program will inclue more
collee-to-collegr exchanged like
those worked out between Temple
and 7 Ham bar g University' in Ger-I
many, trie university of Pennsyl
vania and, Kanazawa University
in Japan.r' m
Tha Granfe. ''Farm Bureau Fed
eration snd others provide hospi
tality for international farmers'
exchange visits, me -u e 1 u o s
are organizing counterparts in
Latin; America and the Orient.
There are 60 Hobbv subcommit
tees worxina under H. L. Lind-
quist of the Stamp Clubs Federa
tion. Radio name, pen pais, outer
pais wmi exenange tape recora recora-inai.
inai. recora-inai. camera clubs that conduct
snsp-shot contests among inierna-
RALEIGH. N.C. I am in' a
peculiar position. I hava written
several books and never, plugged
mem, ana naa sometmng to do
with movies, and never plugged
them, and certainly am not hustling
anything at the moment.
nut mere is tne tact tnat I wrote
best seller a couple of years
back. and the fact was
ik, Hidden unless the Book-of-the-Month
Club, Newsweek's cover, an
enormous PSDernack aals and
MOM can hide you. -.
The book was caned "sometiung
of Value," : and a movie by the
same name shortly will be launch
ed. And it will be reviewed, as the
dook was reviewed, often adverse
ly. t V.-:y-:A
What I would like. left in 'this
piece ia the fact that MGM paid
Line a mess or money tor the mov
ie rights and that I have no furth
er financial interest in the picture.
Whether she Sells, or don't sell.
it is no skin off my nose.
Having ssid that. I ieel free to
review my own picture the screen
play by Richard Brooks, the direc direction
tion direction by Richard Brooks, the acting
by several hundred peopel as
shown in the South on a thundery
It was shown at 11 p.m. in a
swept-out theater, and some of the
folks who, attended would be apt
to view a. picture which dealt with
an nonest black-and-white problem
with less than pure objectivity.
The picture was about tha Mau
Mmu buaineas in Kenya and was
Radio just reported another six lnchea of rain for Dallas
thia morning, and Lamnasas ten feet under water. .'I remember
some 75 years ago when people from the East flocked into that
town to drink its cure-au spring waver mat oniy comamea
seenaire of crude petroleum.
i I remember a reunion in Lampasaa in early days when K-
lamltv Bonner. Motto "Minnows Are Bate, we Are out Alter
lvWhales." was running a paper there at Convention time. Got
tied np and didn't write the editorial. Finally they got his eyes
enen enouch to write. Put an -the old black ada in any way,
and wrote. "We've Pieced the Editorial page." Proved to be the
beat seller he ever produced kept the little old press running
as long as the convention lasted to supply the demand for sou
venir copies. K made a trip to the Zone In construction nays
and wrote a book, but I never saw It He died in the Ounter
-Hotel in San Antonio and with him the Harpoon.
Mv runninr gear Is playing out and can't do mv rearular
sunount of walking, but my sight, though bad, furnishes enough
to keep tne old pen going.
Vacation time is near and I hone to see a few of mt old
riends up this way. For the benefit of Bill Haskina, that old
spring at New Braunieis started to run again last week.
? Pep Wright
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-We're having a surprise party for your fcttie bey!-
ONi IXAMPLI of Fraternal or
ganization PPP is the Eagles' pur
chase of 250 USIA "book shelf'
collections of basic Americsn liter
ature for distribution abroad.
A Muaie committee under Eu
gene Onnandy has an elaborate
set-on for the international ex-
than? of musicians and scores.
A Msgaxines for Friendship
drive couects old U.S. periodicals
and ships them overseas where
they'll do good.
Ia a Nationalities group under
John Sleiak. SS ethnic-' societies
with 35 million members go nea nea-vy
vy nea-vy on letter writing.
Professional Societies ndtr
Chief Justice Robert G. Simmons
of Nebraska send law libraries to
India. Allies and elsewhere. The'
Medical Profession aider Dr.
Louia H. Bauer arranges visits of
Americas doctors to foreign clinics
and vice versa.
The Motion Picture Industry un
der chairmanship of Yv Frank
an honest presentation insofar as
my experience out thers and
MUM's lack of it would allow.
it wasn't the book as I wrote it,
uut au picture ever is. ;
But it is possibly the most dar
ng movie I ever saw, since it
made very little effort to: cater to
aucuences, eitner black or white.
it broke most of the rules concern
'ig audience catering.
There are times when T wnuM
cneerfuiiy bavej cracked the dir
ector s necki jor wnat ne aid to my
book, but in any sort of honesty
I .got to admit thai Dick Brooks
is possibly the best in the business
these days, whether he sticks to
the script or not. vk ? : i
He even had the guts to swerve
away lrom the ordinary Africa Africa-movie
movie Africa-movie cliche by refusing to use glo glorious
rious glorious color, since, as he put it
rlher well'it waa a black-and-white
problem, so we mieht aa weD
rhoot it in black-and-white." i
What I tried to do in the book
was to convey the idea that both
the white man and the black man
in Africa were wrong and that
violence isn't the answer that
brutality brutalizes everybody, no
matter what the color, and that
very little gets solved, in, the pro-
Brooks picked this ud and ran
with it and made my point very
wru in ma xasmon.
The picture waa shown to a nre-
oommanuy xegro audience in
New York and to an all-white au audience
dience audience in Raleigh, which is cer certainly
tainly certainly in the anti integration belt
What is most amazins in ma 1
that neither the. Northern Negroes
or the Southern whites objected to
the gentle idea that both sides of
the same argument can b wane
while still possessing individual, if
luisguiuea, rignt. f i v i
I asked MGM to show the nio.
tyre down here, in advance of its
formal opening in New York, as a
iavor io some menus or mine, and
also to see whether or nnt anvhnrfv
wiju ifit real aironir on raeiai nrnh.
lems would be in favor of lynch lynch-inf
inf lynch-inf the host, which was me,
MGM probably will be hannv tn
know that the verdict is that the
picture can b shown anywhere in
the South without fear of riot or
incitement to mayhem.. n i.
T. : ii t l n
it is even possiDie mat isrooxa
picture will have a heavy and
healthy influence -. ra the-v whole
problem -.of racial antagonism in
our own country. f
One thing the white and black
audiences have all agreed on: You
cn't kill each other into lo vine
And. one thing I have' agreed
with me on is that a Negro boy
named Sydney Poitieris the best
actor, weight for age; in the world.
. 1 Deg your ; indulgence for deal
ing with a personal- commodity.
but a conflict between black anrf
white certainly aeems to be in the
public domain, and I lust happen happened
ed happened to write a book about-it, and
uie movies maae it.'
And if it'll be of Sny .aid and
comfort to the moviemakers, no-
oouy siepi inrouga it,
Walter Winchell In Neiv York
THI BROADWAY PARADI
"A Face in the Crewd due at
The Globe, will keep you intense-
interested and entertained. You
will also wonder why the author
(Budd Scbulberg) wasn't content
with blowing down the easy-to-rec-
ogmze television isvonte wnom
he drives to suicide. .Sophia Lo
ren got a better break ia Life
man sne got in -aoy un a vot-
phin," a pretty pedestrian picture.
."Eroticism in r ums," a new
French book, can expect a law
us it from La Loren. She shrieks
that a sinful pbotc of her in it
isn't Sophia. .Playwright Gore
VidaL wlwse -Visit to a Small
Planet" writing a scenario, a' no
vel and another play. . .Eugene
O Neul's Pulitzer Prize winner,
"Long Day's Journey Into Night,
took almost 15 years to make the
tel ParadW InspiredBrooks At-her duenna". .Meaning she dsnc dsnc-kinsona
kinsona dsnc-kinsona eloquence: "God. DO s tied with her Lady-in-Wsiting. -
wns says psopls dent read bs
Freemaa of Hollywood sends stars i.Z u.a-T.
oryaa "r""i'L. .TVS remarkable impact
Holdes to Asia and Jimmy Stew
art to Latin America.
Service Clubs under C I. Wil
son snd veterans erganuauona
under Eddi? Rickenbacker seat
20,000 escapee kits to Hungary.
A Soorta committee under Ed
ward F. P. Eagaa is sending base
ball sauimncnt to Italy, where tne
crest Americas game aas re any
Radio and television committees.
aeisntific and enswering socie
ties, women's clubs, writ err and
few other groups are Just get
ting started, but pope to Join the
Mary Martin received more mail
sfter one performance on tne au
than she 'collected during the en
tire S ear run of "South Pacific."
"Most Happy P-slls" composer
Frank Luesver, who is a most
popular tongwnter, too, ssys ne s
written about lwO ditties of which
.became clicks. Jo Suuivaa,
the fern me itar of "Fella," was
ia the chvrus of "Oklahoma" when
it was a 'B'wsy hit. -. .Owen Ver-
doa. returning rx week as star
of New Girl In Town, Was in
vaudeville with her mother when
she wa 4. .George Abbott, pro
ducer of that new musical, is an
other who doesn t need coin, but
enfova hard work He'a .68. . If
you're dicouraged, give a thawt
to Colo Porter, whose songs and
shows you mutt lore, tie oaee
toiled for yeors without creating
a Broadway. kit. .You don't have
iO be rich to be a show backer.
Jeveral vt the "Damn Yankees"
angels Invested only $25: It is in
is 3rd fear. Juoy Holliday ia
the only star whose fans shout and
havo laughed when he invented
Bert Labr". .Henry Fonda had
no training for the stsge. He went
to Univ. of Minnesota to study
journalism. .Kec Murray winces!
wnen reminaea tnat bo turned
down Marilyn Monroe as a re
placement lor Marie Wilson ia his
"Blackouts" revue. .Back in '49
Monroe war Spurned becsuse her
"3o" didnt lit into Marie'a "33"
plunging neckline frocks. .P r o-
aucer-airccior s.. nazan tut tuts
the complaints from the Southland
over his "real-life" epics turned
below the Mason-Dixon, He plans
snooting "juua on tne stars" in
the deep South, toe. .Tribute to
Fred AsUlre by a London critic
"He has tne gut of tore vert"-
One f the supporting perform.
snces yew rsmember in "The
Bachelor Party" ia Carolyn
Jones' bit. A natural player. Sns
launched her career malic malic-fockey.
fockey. malic-fockey. .Dorothy Collins' "Big
Dreams"' recording ia s ctrsam
y mil .Why that fable (a (a-but
but (a-but Ingrid'S daughter disliking
her) pop up in fan mags. When
an waa s little girt Pis testified
In court: "1 like my mother, but
don't leve her". Which she
doee new. .Cine Lollobrigida'e
ejuote: "What I am I shew. Ts
Mds H wevM be unhealthy."
That Hew The Cookie Crum-
bles rpt: Geo. Roggero, once the
proprietor oi midtown's Place Ele
gante, is now maitre d' at Bill
iSertoioUi'a m G'wich Village. Al
cease of tolevisionT Charlea Van
Deren'a new book, "L I n c s I n'a
Commando," mads the best-sell
er list in ita very first week.
The Blue Angel's fast s h e wi
Diahann Carroll, Oraen Bean,
Dorothy Louden and Bob Gibson.
Talentec people, ... .La Turner's
movie frr Univeraal-lnf L -."J h
Lady Takea a Flyer," will fee.
tore sn unusual settling for s
love episode. Jeff Chandler, seat-'
ed on the side e her bathtub,
makes love to horwhile she's in
it. (There must be s- cos is r
way I). .The Senate Committee
probing juvenile delinpunx an
nevneed they feared the situation
will become s menace., The
B i, ... ..
""""1 noouy irer.ss irMT
helping. They window display
Mother's Day greeting carda that
read: 'Mom, Take off those a a-proti
proti a-proti strings and Hang Yeursalf." j
It's a bey for Nick Keanv'i
daughter Joy Maureen (Mrs. Wm.
Dickens) in Sarasota. Fla and a
girl for the Ed Gradys (Aura San
Juan in Van Nuys, Calif., Pop is
uie uiusician boo OI uncie XM1CS a
sssistant Jim Gradv. .The Isrie.
It Night Qub (at the Westover Ho Hotel)
tel) Hotel) offer a big-time troupe. The
spot ia oomg, big bix. .. waiter
Gross, who wrote the lovely lilt
"Tenderly." is now a Master Set
in the U. S. Marines. .Tony Bea-
ftett was by-passed when he tried
out tor a Joe as vocalist wiin nit.
Claude Tbornhill band years sga
The other day Bennett signet
Clauds a. bis new accompaaist.
.i.ay tnompson is borne from
So, because it's too I a t e to
start U.S nurseries snd because
he doesn't want ts reverse him
self that much, Benson is now
pumping $4,000,000 of Federal
funds into stats nurssrias whsth whsth-or
or whsth-or the ststes want the mensy
Benson is giving the S6.000.000
in direct grants to the states, with
out any matching funds, a policy
directly contrary to the Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower policy of making the states put
up matching money for Federal
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The House Appropriations sub
committee., discovering what Ben
son was doing, objected. They
found that JJie grants were made
by the secretary of Agriculture
nimseu, -.-:jfwv 1
"Why Jid you oppose such sub
sidies in 1955.'' asked Coneress-
mau nuQse oi laano,-- yet- now
you have them m the budget?
congressman' jenson of Iowa al
so objected. He doubted v whether
the Agriculture Department had
legal authority to subsidize state
nurseries to sell trees at below
cost to farmers. t,v,v.,;
The- plan for U.S. funds rf n;r
state nurseries is going ahead a
ny way,- with the expectation that
farmers will plant 5,000,000 acres
in trees under the sou bank plan.
Actually farmers tare signed
contracts to plant only 7 per cent
oi mat nitmoer ta nus-7. .. .-:
Sines 1940 farmers have plant
sd only 10,000,000 acres of tress,
snd their rats of planting prior
to the well bank had reached s s-bout
bout s-bout 1,000,000 acres oer vear.
So they will have to do s lot of
planting to hit 5,000,000 seres per
year any time in the near, future.
, MAYORS GIT
. THB RUN-AROUND
Eleven U.S. mayors who oppose
s new natural gas bill have been
getting the silent run-around- from
Rep. Oren Harris D-Ark.), chair chairman
man chairman of the House Commerce Com-
tittee which is now hearing tes tes-.mony
.mony tes-.mony on the 1957 natural gas
.ill. - '
The new version of the bilL en en-.orsed
.orsed en-.orsed by President Eisenhower at
i recent press conference, is ba ba-icallyt
icallyt ba-icallyt he same as the Harris
jill the President vetoes -a year
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Southwestern natural gas pro.
iucers, who seek greater freedom
ji raising prices, had their day in
jourt this week before the Harris
committee. Next week opponents
jfHh bid are slated to appear.
However, Harris haa been re re-iuctant
iuctant re-iuctant to schedule the "U.S. Mav.
ors Committee on Natural G a s
Legislation' which-: wield th.
weightiest influence against the
Harris bill.; j -s ?
Headed by New York City's
Mayer Robert Wagner; it speaks
for '12,900,000 gas consumers,,
most of whom don't want their
monthly gas psymsnts raised,
Chairman Harris "haa delaveH
granting the mayors a specific
time to testify next week, simply
saying he's too .busy to consider
tne mattfei. .
On Msy 2 Mayor Richardson Dil.
worth ot Philadelphia v wrote to
Harris to request a chance ; for
the mayors to testify. He waa tnM
to submit a list of their names
and rephed on May 3.vU..,
"nrh. .it ......
received,"" wTote Dilworth, "we
believe the ; total will be some 15
to 20.. and their atatementa will
not exceed 15 minutes each.
"J am, suie you realize, howev
er, tnat no list can ha nrnvirioH
i'j you wjih any iinaiity.- aa it ta
not possible for us to arrange the
trips of these gentlemen from all
over : the rniintrv.V hnrdanul
they are with heavy municipal du-
us, unless uie, aays on w 0 1 c n
they may, appear are made known
to them ,ir advance. . ;
"The views, of these Maysrsy
rspreasnling as they do millions
of gas customers, should be of -great
interest, to your commit committee,
tee, committee, and I am confident we will
received your full cooperation in
arranging s suitable schedule for
.Unfortinntely. Mayor Dilworth'a
confidence was hot justified. Har-'
ris continued, to stall,, explaining
uii ma wees: s Bearings nave iaa-
en all his time,v ., .,f ,,
IK! AND LABOR
s ' I - t
President Eisenhower is holdini
up a special labor message he in-
uinnaa in unn imitiii until nn
wnat io oo aoout.tne stenaie rev
lations on labor racketeering.
ike ia impatient to recommend
Strong legislation and has com
plained te the Palace "Guard
that the. Democrats are getting
all the credit for cleaning uo
the union. However, Secretary
at Liur Mitenan naa warnaai
him', not te recommend legltla-
tlon that mtaht he tmm drastic
Ike stilt wants to send uo a
corrupuon ana has ordered Attor
ney General Brownell to come up
with some positive proposals. ;
Note Senator Ives of New York
has privately recommended vthat
a, i' . s rt 1..
uto ;; ocumu nav&v VUUlluibkc
turn its labor investigation over
to a special commission.' Other
wise, the Senate will spend years
digging into 30,000 leads from la-
dot unions which have poured in
to the Committee. The S e a a t e's v
job, Ives claims, is to pass legis-
auon to correci iaDor racaeteer-.
ins. then let a soecial commission
handle the clean-up.
v . We are pleased to announce '
-i i v v the appointment of .
, .. PAUL H. FRIEDMAN "
i ss our registered representative j
....... i .
. mranama.' -.-
THOMSON & M5KINNON
-i BJ.OKERS IN SBCUXJmS AND COMMODITIES
: Bwr4428. Vzr.n R. d P. ..." v
ri 'fr?V;-phone: Panama J-1471 S-
MiMWtt taw voax stock bxoumci ans otmii nmutu.
secueiTf ans coauaosnv ixcmamoci
exander Balloo, former waiter at ML Sinai KospiUL Sheer exhaus
tPDleud when an comes
the "Bets Are Ringing" stage
Bob Oiin's. just opened his own
spot (le Boeuf a la Mode) in the
Kast 00s .Chanteuse Fernanda
Montel outdid Valentina' classic
"Meenk is for feetbaU" in a Flor
ida interview. Our Heroice little little-pinky
pinky little-pinky 'd: "Mink is good only for
linings. I "wear chinchilla."- (Ex-
shoos as fcr lirin'). Jutty Car
of bale's tovelineas and liveliness
Ray at the Waldorf. .The oolj
snow mat usts its prices in th
daily newspaper ads is "Fair La
dy" for which you cant har seat
Terrific poker sessions a m e n
pisyers in the shows have cost on.
newcomer male click s young for
tune. What's he plan to use for mon money
ey money between bits?. .In Town.'
Critica stent sHreye
Bert Lahr's grind footing ia
make "o Teu Tne Truth" (on'Director. Abbott kn alashin
Tuesday eyes) aa attractive panel Gweh Vcrton'a role and she keep
procram. From the Times' re-iscreamini .Lafly Irii Mounba
grumpy, view of first Gentleman": 'The 'ten was married Sunday to Mich
Ho- dance by Princess Charlotte a a d eel Bryan la Westchester.
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SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Dcd I7h:b D:3cs
19 Army Officers Leave
FbrNew' US Assignments
Uniform Overseas Tours Set
By New Defense Dept. Order
Bulldozers Celled :
TfTrfWTA nvnrn fTTP Wn
Announcement of the depar
ture of 19 officers. inciucunK Col
James L Prink. Jr.. chief of
staff, from this command to as assignments
signments assignments In- the United states
was made1 yestei day by Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, .U.S. Army Caribbean.
. TIi headquarters bald Col. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph R. Russ; G-l wiil become
chief of staff when- Col. Frmn
departs May 24. Col. Ralph A.
! Jones, jr., program coordinate!,
will becomd the 0-3 also t t-tlve
tlve t-tlve May 24.
,4 ,f, v, j. J
No officer has yet beni 33 mod
to the ooSt of program t." wna wna-tor
tor wna-tor In place of Jones
Also departing May 24- are Co7,
James B. Nichols, thief; veter veterinary
inary veterinary section; CoL Kenneth H.
Tando,r f inance and accounting
officer a)d col. I. B. Washburn,
Frink ha been reasoned tc
the Armv command end Gf-n-
eral Waff College. Fort Leaven Leavenworth,
worth, Leavenworth, Karats, for duty with inr
r. Other officers who will.depart
on May 24 are Capt. Robert D.
Henke, assistant S-3, 903rd AAA
Ban.: who has been assigned to
the U.S. Army Active Duty Gen General
eral General Reserve Unit (NOUS) Chi Chicago,.
cago,. Chicago,. Illinois, detailed as artil artillery
lery artillery advisor, and Capt. Charles
V. Lanza fiscal officer, Special
Services, assigned to the U.S. Ar
my Garrison (3441 jp'ort uor-
aon. oa. r
- Capt. Henke has been assigned
temporary duty en route Jk at
tend the associate nem artuiery
officers advanced course at the
U.S.- Army Artillery and Guided
Missile School. Fort Sill, Okla-
. Others are Capt. 1 William 'C.
McHugh, assistant S-4, 65th AAA
tS.-rfr xif hoe han oosicmPH fjY
(throughout the services,
AFB, Mich., and Capt. Char'eil 2) Duty outside the United
S. Pierce, assistant' cmei,i re- oww"ui wgiuvir u, u; ui
quirements branch,- G-l, wno departure from t he United
has been assigned to the u.S.j States and will end with the day
Armv instructor Grouo. (ROTO) of ; return on. a permanent
worth, Kn;.fcS, for duty wicu New York Manlius School. Man-'change of station. '
ataf f, and faculty. He has served, liU5 NY detaiied aa assistant 3) The "standard" tour, for
In Panama since August ll. :i95.nl.ofessnp .0r miiitarv science ana military personnel accompanied
Nichols has been assigned to Tactlcs , , lor joined by dependents in "de
sirable" overseas locations
WASHINGTON (AEPS) -I A
new Defense Department direc directive
tive directive has established uniform o o-verseas
verseas o-verseas tours to the "maximum
practical extent" for military
personnel oi an rour services.
The order, signed by Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Defense Charles E. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, also tightened restrictions
on travel and privileges of "ine
ligible" dependents overseas with
servicemen Jftut autnorizea ser service
vice service families of all the armed
forces tovbe present in any area
where dependents are permitted
unless otherwise restricted by
the secretary of defense. i
Other uniform practices fixed
by the directive are:
1) Overseas time will be com
puted by the same m e t h o d
the- U.S. Army,, Hospital, Fort rZ"Z' , -v
oi8g, .,h -, ,. McHugh has been given tem-ibef 36 months. Subject to ap-
I uorarv duty en route to his new proval of the separate services
.assignment to attend the assc- this tour may be voluntarily ex-1
ciaie suriace to air rauoun uo- tenaea Dy inaiviauais to a nor-
tery officers course at the AAA'mal -maximum" of your years.
Tahdo has', been asslirned as
comptroller to the U.S. Army In In-!
! In-! telliirencB renter Fort Holabird.
Md. His successor in the post of
finance and accounting- otneer
will be Col. Percy 1 H.' Laming,
whd will probably arrive In Pan Panama
ama Panama In June from his assignment
at the U.S. Army Ordnance Am Ammunition
munition Ammunition Command. Joliet, 11L
Tando has served in : Panama
since June 24, 1955
Washburn has been asstgned
to the office of the Assistant Sec
retary of the Army, CivH and
Military Affair?. Washington,
D.C. Col. Washburn has served
: In this command rince August
11,' 1954. '"
The Army headquarters said
Lt. CoL Tom' E. Cola 'has been
assigned as inspsctor general
from the U.S. Army Instructor
Group (ROTO Detachment 14,
Miss. Cole will probably, arrlye in
this command In August.
In other departures Col. Jo Jo-"
" Jo-" eph H. WeiChmann, comptrol comptrol-'
' comptrol-' ler, departed yesterday by mil
Itary aircraft for bis new as assignment
signment assignment 'at New York Region,:
Army Audit Agency, New York.
No officer has yet been named
to the comptroller's post av
the Army b e a d q u a rters.
Welchman served in Panama
r- since Aurust 0;?5I,;.,
" 'tasV'' Wednesday.1 Cot Hardld
and Guided Missile School, Fort
Bliss, Texas.' -.,',
v Also departing .are, Capt.
John T. Roby, U.S. Army Old Old-nance
nance Old-nance Service,. Fort Clayton,
i who has been assigned to U.S..
Army Ordnance Arsenal Red- ;
if stone, Huntsville, Alav and 1st
Lt. Lawrence J; Cipriani, 534th
. Military Police Co.,- who has
been, assigned to the Military
Police Detachment U.S.; Army,,
Fort McPherson, Ga.
The others are' 1st Lt.; James
Fi .Miley, First, Battalion, :"20th
Infantrv. and on temporary du
ty with the Jungle Warfare
Training Center who has been
assigned, to the 3rd Infantry, Ft.
Meyer, Va., and 1st It. Ronald
O. Smith. Ha. and Ha. Btry,
764th AAA Bn., who has been
assigned to the 45th ; AAA Bri
eade. Chicaeo. I1L
Mlley has been given tempor temporary
ary temporary duty en route to attend the
infantry ; communications v- offi officers'
cers' officers' course with the School Bri Brigade;
gade; Brigade; U.S. Army Infantry School,
Fort Bennlng, Ga ? v :" l
Smith has been given tempor-
arv duty enroute to his new as
signment to attend the associate
AAA missile battery officers
course, with the AAA and- Quid
. -Missile ecnooi, r ort' jbuss,
mission to Cuba, ..acpaiTea uom. aher staff changes at U.S.
Cuba to hi? i assignment at Head- Caribbean Headquarters,
quarter, oiu.ni l..THrMaU Robert G.' Retnei' previousi;
Ban Francisca.Calir u i'witkthe-Adhitant-General -Sec-
v01- a tL 'ihX rhIntion, has been, assigned -to G-l,
Wednesday became tne cunaai .. u.mnnn hi
mission chief. Lynn was last s-7Ln "f
been assigned ; to the Adjutant
signed as a student, at tne Ar- .-.j.-. .action-from G-l.
my Language School Presidio of -1
un may o, u
Appel, chemtcar officer.' wiil de depart
part depart for" assignment" with t)ie
U.S. Army Chemical Procure Procurement
ment Procurement District, New York, N-Y.
Appel has served' In Panama
Since. Aug.' 'Ii; 1954. '
" Lt. Col. Conrad R. Unrterdaht,
who' relinquished command of
the First Battalion, 20th Infan Infantry
try Infantry Wednesday, has been a-
signed W the U.S: Army Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance School; Aberdeen proving
Grounds, Md. He has been given
temporary duty en route to at attend
tend attend the associate command and
general staff officers course
(combat phase) at the Army's
Command and General Staff
College, Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
Other officers departing ils
commahd include Maj. Kenneth
' Ri Brown, chief operations divi division,
sion, division, G-l; who has been assign assigned
ed assigned to the U.S. Army Artll'ery
and Guided Missile School, Fort
Bill, Okla., for duty with -The
staff and faculty, and Maj..Jas.
L.t Walker, s-3. First. Baitaiion,
20th infantry, who has been as assigned
signed assigned to the U.S. Army Recruit Recruiting
ing Recruiting Main Station, San Antonio,
Texas. 1 O
bn May 27, Maj. Harold W.
Vo Kessen, executive orricer,
provost marshal section, will de de-nart
nart de-nart hv air for asslicnment with
the UJ3. Army provost Marshal
General School, jort Gordon.
4) Tours of less than 38 months
will be "established for remote
or Isolated areas. -Such' tours
will be uniform' for personnel of
all services at the same station.
This normally -will not be Jess
than 12 months.
5) The service ordinarily hav having
ing having the greatest number of peo people
ple people In an area will determine
the exact length of duty tours
through agreement with the
Defense. Department policy, as
stated in the order, being to in insure
sure insure that "acceptable patterns"
of American' living will be en
joyed oy servicemen ana tneir
families wherever ; tney ma y
serve, commanders have been
directed to make every "reason "reasonable"
able" "reasonable" effort to minimize periods
of forced' separation. 1
: Also, as a matter of policy.
those serving 'outside the Unit United
ed United States unaccompanied by de
pendents will u be permitted
shorter tours of 'duty to,' reduce
family separations. ; ,Vv
J These tours will follow a gen
eral pattern of 24 months In a
36 month area. 18 months In a
24 : month area, and In no ase
will be, less than one year. The
differential will be the same In
all the armed forces. Where mil military
itary military nersonnel bring their fam-
Robert G.'Retttei-previously MHeff overseas1 at their owh ex
pert B e wicnuui auuiuiuauuii.
such dependents will be given
only those j services and privi privileges
leges privileges to whfcfi they are entitled
by J law specifically including
medical attention. This applies
to all dependents whether they
are residents In the area or pre
sent as a tourist.
Overseas station allowances
for dependents will be paid on-;
ly to sponsors who are entitled
to government : transportation
fori dependents and who are
authorized to have them In the
area. Those now receiving such
allowances, however, will ; con
tinue to ao so until their cur
rent tours are completed.
'.Dependents of personnel be below
low below grade -4 with- four years
service or who are otherwise in ineligible
eligible ineligible to Join servicemen at s
foreign station will not be fur furnished
nished furnished "space availble"- trans transportation
portation transportation to overseas areas.
Similar transportation back to
the United States for such de dependents
pendents dependents also will be restricted
to cases which, in. the Judge Judgement
ment Judgement of the service concerned
must be transported; in the "best
Interests of the government.."
As in the pastf servicemen
without sufficient time remain-
ling overseas to have dependents
Willi Join. "them, many 'extend, their
term of service to complete the
normal tour," i
However, tha new directive
does, provide that enlisted ner
sonnel who extend enlistments
or reenlist for this nurnnsc a.r
'not deprived of r any benefits!
they would otherwise receive in-;
gineers were called In today to
Duiiooze a dead out stubborn 43-
foot whale Into a trench grave.
n vniaerersr on ;. CvDrus'. north
west coast first tried to sink the
carcass with : explosives, then
hauled lt ashore : and tried to
burn it with three tons of wood
and 70 gallons of kerosene, all
eluding reenllstment bonus
travel pay and reimbursement
for leave. y
TVia .... nrrtpr hprnmM fffMtlve
June 7, .and sets June 30, 1958
for all readjustments to be com
pleted. ' P :
I f it I 1
rnni MAN The soundrf lrfoduced by this native marimba, or xylophon. are f01-0 t
instrument, made oi ariea coconut nuw kv." ""j . v v
i I j -r-
-- -SCre you trying to helieve Qod
Vv- without intending to'-ojbeu?. ,;'
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
" , BALBOA HEIGHTS. C. w
. '9:30 a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
...No Christian can be approved of God as a worthy
- workmen in -His Kingdom without teh Study of
, His Word.-We teacr tha 'Whole Bible for the
' t .Wbole'. man. ,.- ,. ..... -,1 t ... ..rjhj-..
' 10:40 aim. "A HEAVENLY WEDDING DESIGNED
i by ood" r.f
..... Ruth 4 : 1-1 1, A continuation of a Series
of Messages on Ruth.
: A 6:30 p.m.B APTIST TRAINING UNION;
' r Xt.T.K trained Christian ls far more .valuable to God
:'. A ; t than' an untrained one join us in Christian
falnIng' A department "tor every age...
j 7:30 p.ra.-T,;TWO WAYS'TO HEAVEN"
, J. 4 Romans 10:5-10 ' I
,.,'.rt i William H. lSeaby,' Pastor"""1
EVERYONE .WELCOME NURSERIES PROVIDED
1 ;t. !' 'ffj-j
5 vi i
O TT. ;C vt pidal pushers shorts slaclti s
' '' Vr;'2i blouses -;T shirts"
chadt trPAn .i AfnH '
, ..... -- a
for ladies (
How :enioyithe i vorld's Host flbfrcshino Drink!
DETERMINED BEAUTY ln ln-.
. ln-. UlUgence. bwuty ac4 deter deter-,
, deter-, mtnatioo should prove to be a
'innlnt eoTTbinatioa tar Ja Ja-tte
tte Ja-tte Pryor. U. f Hourtoa. Tex,
who dreams of a tefal carver,
evs though the is paralyzed
from the maut down Stncken
11 yrarj Jfanelie cootinuet
her ft..-1 ii jfro p3v;
s .. i.'.;y
' jN. nrn
f i a III f u .
? W QUININE WATER,
t.-vtossa'cf lenden, Msw Ycrk end Havena f ';:
A -r.MMni nnY cawl
t ... aw ti l m w m m m k em
III f ( Ii I Itau .arf I
Here's jtbe boM exciting itmV in rears the new
faahion in dnnkf in the worlds I
dtie- Now you, too, can CTj?7 Gin a
: Quinsc the wor Ws finest j V;
Quinac awkea Cia and Tonic
the like of which you've aever
tasted before. No other quiaine
water has such superb Bavorv
light dryneas and exciting tang.'
Try Gin and Qninac today! Liks -1
mil b ona of people ererywhere youH
. atree it's the world's Boat deliriously
different sad refreshing drink.
rislidou witti Gin or Rum
'and for men " (NV
. .ORTTyXAR in the fashJon' spotlight; ;JO i V
' "''- ' PANAMA COLO.V
v ' ' .......
FOR THE FIRST TIME IN PAMAMA
NOW THERE ARE 4
eAgh a sensation
IN ITS OWN RIGHT!
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, iV. First it wattha Yathlca A, C, and LM. Nevar had -..-'
such qUality baari oflarad at uch prices. Now .?
tthars is a haw.Yaahlca tha YashicaMAT
.',;nd you'va go to aaa it to baliava it v
- Hara la awfully automatic twin-lens raflax with
varythinj- quality, features, rujed construction 7 ;r
and a prica that sings, "aasy to $wn.M Than again, j
' 5 this is tha story oiavary Yashica mode4. 1 f
' l-tiiV.U .. : , ;
Most customers tall us their biggest raflax problem
T-today' is ."which Yashica for ma.?" Why hot f
1st your favorrta camera. daalsr help you dacida.
tetM thuttur. i
lo5e rrpotves t
. I A A
T' "CA A VyCA C t" 11
' '- t; f y 1
aarjr waf to th vale "with tht
tnfci tin fn tensatio in eonvenUnct
photoffrapn told meterv
I L MADURO Jr."
" Ave, 7a." Central 16-18 TtL 2-234
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THE PANAMA -AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY "NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, MAT 18, MSI V
Church of Christ
'i. W.- W. Burrow, Evangels,
v Telephone I-S803
&a1.BAit ASKl Ralhna Rnad.
Servicer Sunday 40:00 am UN am
rnismntl.' American' Lilian Hall.
Scrvicci Sunday 10:00 am 11:00 am
RJOABAJO : Houar Mo. 3034 15th 8t
Sunday 40 .a ;
Ancon Blvd. i
tbioLi BAPtr chuROI
11 Ml am.
6 JH p.m.
1 30 pm
4 faorniiig Worship
i .;.. Union
t Uveoiii. Worship
' Prayer Meeting
. vL-h Wednesday
BCSSTS month .... I P
BosmsbBlble. School .nnn.m.
flKST BAPTIS'l CUUKUl
Balboa Helahta. C. SL
S27 Aneon Boulevard
rawer "B" Balboai Halht
Phone Balboa t7
WflUaai B. Beeby. Paatot
I Bunday School ............ JJ !iS
f Mortilria. Worthlp 1
..wimii. fiMiniA iso an
?rayat Meetina Wednea-
I W M1 Bible Study Thura-
i daya will
i Men'a Brotherhood aat
h Monday o asonthi ".
Uaroarita Avenue at 6 th btraaa
f "itargartU. Canal Zona
. -Be, fret BBeUa, faatea
l.Kiunl WoTahla ....,...J
put Training Lliuoo.
Ivenine Worahip ...........
froitieihood. Xu-va ...i..
a -aver Servicea, W'"--'
P A.. R.A, 8unba.i.
.7 .00 pa.
I so p a
Sdwtlcn Arny j.
fllua Oaanmtnif 1 BvaaiaUaUa
, MeetiJigal .. . 'v
THB PACIFIC SUJB V
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PANAMA ClTl 5,:J4J-
Cptain A Mra. B. Oraa
ta Jebruary Street, Phone: U-300M
11:00 liolineaa Meeting. s : ,.i
:00 Sutday School.
1 -JO Salvation Meeting.
LA BOO. C.t
lieutenant Panay CaaapbeO
BuUding No. 1080. Phonal g-K5f
i 11:00 UultneM Meeting.
J:0 Sundae School.
, 1M Salvation Meeting.
Bnvey A Mra. C i. MaeeUy
' 840 Sunday School. ..
31.-08 Hulinesa Meeting.
. 8.-80 Sunday School.
, : IM awrvatioo Meeting.
; SCaptahi Syalln Taylor
310 linlinaw Meeting.
OOLOMT THIRD STRKET
148 Sfeiration Meeting,
RAINBOW CTTt CX.
Ravor J. CIO,
St. Kitta and Jamaica Street.
- 110 Halineaa Meeting.
- 3iW Sutday School...
744 Salvation Meeting,
Sealer t apt.aad Mra. C
14th Rtraei. Phone: 88-743.
THX ATLANTIC SIDB
Bee. Bay Blaaety, Paatoe
45 ChUrch BchoaL
11M Wenhis Servieo.
8:48 fun. Sr. Touth Faneanhtn.
48 pja. Jr. Youth Felknrehip.
The Be. rui a ff OlanAaa. Paeeoe.
1-V4 Sunday SchooL
348 Yaotk Feltewaoam.
' ',lfB PACBTC STDB''
ftoloan Bd. M Sea Pmnfa. aj
. Phone 3-4a Cburch OfOre t-4DIA
J8 Ctwrrb Sebnoi Free bua aervii
Pataonaee Obnaaaon Cntm
1848 Werahtp Bel Uta TK linMW
BaMiiai gar Wuiai i. Kindarnarten
Bv. Walker M. Aldaraan.
ini : a-47a mm.: 4-ua
JB. Sonday Srfcaei.
I am. Morning eratrXa.
Ctfuael navtmaa and eat Amy raV
TUM ntrrmntmn itntatW
Bev amiea H amn nag
Mtk au. Panaaaa Cny
f tat. mUmni'i rr mad 111
3 pat t-mHrni 8,, t mn
1 m m Mmim wm tm ami
lirrt aurrtMXMPl iKiatu
Is Avaaa end Hume or Aietae.
lt ( 4mt itana
If -V f
Trhare. aa Pietaonuvnj aaipiran wtra
amity aa nianaia. Hbarty ta nan.
mi -aHi la oa4 cbarte m a thaaaa
dwa-ab lime urr for ekJldrer
-aa jtsBMr-Ht r i ii ii m
4 PeM-eUrh Feliov-atin.
f teaiat-faipb PelHatahbJ
Im f PeaeM-a aae) Catoa, RaiHtkllc Faaeiaae, axteaat arelc
at H timw ta tae end trams at te Sraaee) eervkae. a4 t tiviliea
aoighbort. trieatfa bad stianaam. t - '.
v.-;- Aa pabUr eerriea, rbe Tha Peaaia- Aaaerieaa luta bate, (ri
alaaawliiaH t. aatitor at aeurr a warship ead ether raaulei activitlee.
MaHam re fatate4 traai Naaa ta tiaaa. PaaaaaiawNaaM haviav
aly aaa ar fwa caaeratatiaaa ara
Serrkaa A aaacial littina tt iachiM a arMaa a Aran paaia.
t Alt frtt baaaa aa4 Naval atatiana. r
Miiiatafa. ckwck aaaiatariaa 4 ckaplaiaa ara aakaal fa atlana
Ida aw etaak aa writiaf a Waa'aaarfay aaaa at tha lataat at mm
t chonfa far Hm eamiag Satarday't cbarc m.
CBKNEZKX MtrrHfHJlKI UBIWMI
- Ratttbow City. v.
tm. Samuel Walden. Mlnuuat .'
Bauifi Bai-vltea 1 ajai. and a:ia 0.m.
audav School tor all age at M o-m
4. "Tat lvalie T vrani-
tWalav t .n lra Ma
:. Christian Scientist ;
ftm Church at Chrtat, Scieotl-. Ancot
' aVW IUIEI1U BWItnil.; "V"
.Suuday 11:60, Wadoaadav 40 a 4a
.Sunday School t'JO ajn
Ira cituren Chrui, hcuatiai. Cnatooe
Uu Street A Bollvai Hiahwa
Sunday 11 :0 aja, Wadneaday pa.
. MABrS CHURCH Balbaa -Sunday
Maaaaa: 7:00. C00. 10:00 and
U:00 a.m. ',.
Holy Oay auaaaa; iaw
Cnnftil""r Saturday, 3:30 to :00
and 1:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thuraday, before
First rr'-days 7:00 to 1:00 p.ui-
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7.-00 pja
on Mondaya. .
Catecnisaa ciaaei lar-.H. iin
on Sunday. "."' -J,.''' . :
High bchou Biuoy, viu wmm ih.
waoneaaay. , -.
amen HKABT Ajieoa
c7 t.u u.M. a-u. 7:M it a JO a.m
Holv Day oaaaaaa: W in and 1.00
Confeaalonai Saturday IM to :00 and
7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Thuraday before Pint
rriday 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotional 10 pjb. a
CatechJam Claaal I:1S In 4:41 pm. on
OUB LADY OP PATIJIA Cnnmda
Sundav Maaa at 8:00 a.m.
Hniv n.v Maia at 8:30 D-m.
ConieBaiona: 8:00 to : PJB.
rtachlam Claaat Saturday I AO ta 10
' ST. JOSITH-Paralaa
Sunday Masaaa at 7.-00 and 148 aJk.
ay Maaa at a:w pm.-
Maaaaa: ...DO a j
Con fesi form: Saturday 3:30 to M and
'Catachimn Claaat Sunday 3 AO ta 4.-00
ST. mCKNTS Panama City
Miinria Maaaaai 4:00 and 8:30 a.aa.
Mioly Day Maaaaa: 8:30 and 80 p.m.
tit H laita on oaiuroay mm ww w
rMhtrfMW! sanmiav arm m .uu
IWt to 8:00 p m. Thurodaye baiore l im
.14.. V3l n m ....
Miraeuioua Medal Novena and Sta-
Hna nf thm Crura! Friday 7 M P.m.
Catecoiam iaaai ner a:w w vn
Convert Clam.' 8 JO a.av tuaaday and
' IT. THRBFAA'S CiaaB .... K
u..f a an a.m.
Holv Dav Maaa: 4:00 aja. (It II taDa
on saturoay a.m., .
CatecfUMB uiaaai oe w r w
Cnteanona: iwiiiw Buir.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA 8 ALLS
Para Letevre f
Sunday Maaaea: 444 and g 40 l
Week Daya Mam 440 Mon, Thura:
m .nrf k airat llda v maaa: 8 8 a.m
Holv Dav MliiKI 88 la, to 8.-00
Confeaasonat 840 tt 44 and 14 to
80 pjn. on Saturday.
Miraeuioua Medal Novena t. Friday 18
Catechism Claaar"t4S p m. on Sunday
1. rHKBFSra-La Itoea
Convert Claaat Monday 148 pm
' Samoa Maaa: 140 a Jn.
rt. u.a! ilo njn.
Cmfaaalona: Saturday 440 to 748 PJB
Thuraday before First Friday 40 p nv.
r..kl flaaat 8:18 mjm. OO Sunday.
Sacred Heart Hovenai 18 a-aa. m
oSvert CUaat 440 Rjn. OB Tburaday
ATLAitnc grot ,f
ST. JOSEPH S Celte
Sunday Maaaea: 8 8 0MdY
Holy Day llmail I 'l 88 aj
"omfeaatonaV Saturday 448 to 8.-08 and
7 MrtuiolPM Wh-da,
' Sacred HeartPNovena: Friday :18 J
Sunday Evening- Serrleaa 78 P-nv
Convert Clai l-l PJB. an Mondaya
and Tburadaya. ...
Catoehhaa Claaat Sunday l:tt aja. tt
11 :4k ara. p.m. w aw p.m
rtrat Friday Expoattion of Moat
ed Saerameiu all day Ret
RcvoarUoa at 84
aJn. Saturday Beaming.
rim Saturday Devottoaa to our Lady
' Fathna Tho Her Boaary 8.-00 la
rim r-iaiuwuMtan brtrurUona for chil
dren Mondaye and Toqnalaya 44 to
bMU. Mm ai 10. 4-44anel4iMaJaV
Hoi Day Maame: 44 "0 aJO and
'Contoaatona: Samrday 48 to 88 and
74 tt 48 pov After noaary eacn ova ova-'M'Srocnleua
'M'Srocnleua ova-'M'Srocnleua Medal Bevanai 8:18 and
Ta aa. a Mandav.
Ortechbna Ctoam After 84 Maaa an
Ftrat Friday f anaaltlna ag aa
me Soheoi Tear.
Flrat Sejrdayi Maaa at 88 ana.
BOLT PAM7LT CmfKW to
tinday Mma: 7 JO. pan, II J eta
Flrat SabiarOay Maaas ..... 44 am.
Berkaay Maaaaa: 84 am
tow-day .. 14 pm. tt 8a pm
Mtraruloue Medal fcevene 74 pm
Hiv Day Mir "' 14 em. 8-1 pm
Canf inn 3:48 am tt 4.48 pm.
irteh raaaiiy aaary ana
Benedirtlaa 18 Pm
tat. Friday Diiiaiiwa ... 1-4 pm
IM. faday Pi hum 74 am
18 am an
ST. y1CtOrT3 rttlia Ctn
Suwaav Maaaam: 84 em and g
Horn Day Han n i 88 am
CaiTiiaatiiin; 48 to 848 an tan)
8 pm fi alia day.
CaftKritmn Ctaae: M-4) a m aa BttMta
Carmen Oa moil Mm day at t :
b-rrwinaB ktodal Beaanai fg pi
,r, i tp crrrrrto-aa
. . 8 am
Uitatf aaaW Othak Ckartke Aaa
Holv Day Maas: 5:00 n.m.
; ConicMdoaat M to 70 m. an Sat.
uraay. ... i
, Catechimr. Clam 4:M ty m 'im MnAriav
s um uaui w vow counsel.
1 1 -Cambaa
Sunday Maaaeat 7.-00 and a.m.
Holy Day Maaaaa s :00 a jb. and f M
Confediona Saturdav At 7 -06 n mm
alter au evening aevouona.s, .
napuama oy appointment.
Miraeuioua Medal Novena. 1a m.
on Tuesday. v .
Sacred Bean NovenaC 1.-80 p jn an
sunoay school: l.ao p.m. on Sunday:
ReUaioui Inatruction Clin In. rhil
dren: 4:00 D.m -on Thundiv. ..
' Reilaioui Inatrurtlon fnt adult irnn.
aucwo m npanianit T.tw n jn on Mon
oar. ... i" i
Convert Inatructlona bv annnlntmeHt
The Ht Rev. R. Habar Ceodea. B.T O.
Xha Vary JRev. Malaarl i,
. dbMCON. 'cjk.
THal CATHKORAI. OF 1.
'i SUNDAYS '
8:30 am Santa Communion (4th Sua-
T oajr. ; .
1:30 a.m. Church School.' ''
9:46 am. scuela DominlcaL
11.00 au, Morning Prayer and Sermon
. .. i noiy ummunton, (lirat Sun.
day). ,, ..
78 pro. Avenine Prayar and Samoa
4:30 b.iii. Holy Communion.
7:80 pin. Evening Prayar.
V HOt DATS I
80 IA Holy Communion. 1
JO a a Holy Communion.
g:15 a. aa. Morning Prayer.
lt:00 Mu-da Mlaaionary Prayara. I
Church of mu Andrew i
Tha Rev. William W. Bal4wu.
Prlatt aa Clmrmm
Holy Communion ......... 7:30 aja
Family Prayer and ... i
Church School . w . 1:30 am
(Also Holy Communion. 2nd.
Sunday each month)
Morning Prayer A Sermen 11.00 a.m.
Also Holy Communion 1st. .
Sundny each -month) 1 . i
Holy Communion t..J..r.. -8:00, 4Ja
Chapel at Tha Cood BbcpharA :
Tee Rev. llarenre W. Uayoa,
- Meat ta Chare
FRIDAYS v -, ,'.
....' : :.... ,. --
8:00 a.m.. Moraine-
iUJt. firat Friiuy aacb Mohtb).
' -. 'riAMBOA Y '.": ":
8t. Siuion'a Cbatvb ":,:;'
Th4 Bay. John fcpear. Priest 10 Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ear-
non '18 Am.
Church School ........... 3.00 am
Episcopal Young Churchmen f -.00 pjn.
a.vriiauiii ana oermon -..'. i:vw njn.
and FRIDAYS ,v-; .. "Cv Y
, Morning Pray ar and Holy
Communion ............... 8:00 a.m.
'Evening Prayer ........... 70 pm
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
4th Thursdays 740 am
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 70 am
Morning Prayer .......... 8:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer 70 am
Family Eucharist .......... I 30 a.m.
Office of Compline ........ 8:00 pm.
:;y la maek-.y-f:'i
' St Petara ChaTrb
The Rev. John Sntar. Prlaat ta Chan
SUNDAYS f v i'
Morning Prayer and Cburca
School : 0 am.
Choral Eucharist and Ser-'
mon . . .. . .. -' 1040 4JB
Holv Baptism ............ 13:00 noon
Evensong and Addreae .... 140 p.m
Wmmu'i Auvlltarv 140 BJI.
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion ........ am
"Y- v palo sreo
Chapel o the Holy Comforter
an. L B. Shirley. Prlert In Charge
840 a m. Holy CetmsuniocB v-
' v.'" ,'- ':! MAROARfFA 'r'-:"
s '- Charcb of St Marraret
, Erpavd and Bcaxaa Blvd
' The Rev. Jean Renest, Beriaa
Sundays ."?. ;
744am. Holy1 Communion y'T
a :4k am tnurcn scnoot
11 oa a m. Mamiae Pravap
Last Sunday cb Month. Rely Com-
THTJR&DAYS and HOLT DAYS
4 J4 a m.- Holy Communion.
Chavrl of Our Savtaai
g 24 pm Holy cocnaaunioa.
' PARAMO '-
, Hut Rev. AUaa B. Wantt,
Priaaf m Charie
' The Rev- David A Oabena,
. Tirol Fanllao 4
t m a ia. OkxI tochartat A
"848 am Infant kWptlm,
8 a m. Churrb S-boal .'
Ibeid tn Butldutk Ull 1
84 m Youth Fellowatdp
lia-te Evatnn and Addraaa
Rrtd end 4th WEDNESDAYS.
IJtan Wosneite Auxiliary ana
tax GulM Meeting.
t PA" AMA CITY
St Paal'e Chair
Fba Voa Lemael B. Sbirtey
Tbe B Wms m atweiL
a am noiy caamaa
8o am Sung Eucnarart
M am Momma Pi arm a
U nrf ftofy Bsv'Vsm
t SO a m Plniy
a-oa am Hoty
9 a i.ja. Hwnlr.a Praror
fhVK.SJATS AhO FRIDAYS
jm s m ntv unmam
a -04 am. IMS' CsanaMaMaav
CtTRnTT OnHCB gY-TWI-gIA
mtm F Bv4MJaJJ
' O n. A.
rOnnaeiTe H-.-J Weailfunwt
Tbo Jaaam rmvm
The Bev. Maae-y A
'8 a a m. "y Carpwmtoav
80 am viilri Cti.
Mem C fcaeal r and
14 aa crcb
C f -Si
f:?0 pjn. Adult Confirmation Clam 4
..." inunauAia r :
00 pm Evening Prayer and aledlta-
. ... .v .XlOn.. ..." (
8:00 p.m. Children's Eucharist. .. d
10:00 dm. Junior Confirmation Class.
740 p.m. Compline and Meditation.
' RAINBOW Cm
Cbarvii of St Mary, the Virgo)
.Tbe Bev. John A. SpaUlng.
Priest la Caarga
. Sung bucharlst ..,.... .740 a.m
Churib School ........... 8:48 a.m
Evera-iiif. and Sermon ....r 740 p.m
( Holv.Cocamunioo, .1:00 am
BIO ABAJO :ii f
St thristophsr'a Choich -'
10th Street, Parqua Lef evre
The Bev. Clarence W. Hayes,
. Priest In Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. Ctagwett,
" v ;' Aarbtant :' 'i;; it.
4:00 am Holy Communion.
7 :30 a.m. Sung Eucharist and SV rmon.
1040 a.m, Morning Prayer and Church
' '.M SchOOl. ' : !'? '.:':..
11-00 noon Holy Bsptim. -8:30
p.m. Evensone and Semon.
740 pm.' 1 and 3rd. Woman's Auxl-
'tm M'ii m YiC?
8:30 p.m. Junior Daughtara of toe
1:30 pm. Youth FeUowship. v ,,,
8-00 a m. Holy Communion.
7. -00 pm. Evening Prayer and Religious
4:00 pm. Girls' Friendly Boeiety.
8:00 p.m. 1st and 3rd. Sinaletona.
SATtfHDAYfi 5 ... -A
040 a jn. Junior confirmation Clanv-
Other Churches ',
r CHURCH OP THE'NAZARXNB
.: ..' ... Ancon. CZ, ? '-v
Minister: Rct. Elmer O. Baleen
Box ka Ancon, CZ, Balboa 1601
Sunday School ........... 8)45 am
Jhdonung Worship 10:30 am
Youth Service .......... 4:45 p.m
Evening Service .......... 7:30 pm
NJ.M.S. Service 10 p.m
Prayer Meeting. Wed. .... 140 pm
, NATIONAL BAPTIST CTITJRCH
Janam4 SPy 33rd Street fast
-"'- RaV. B.' N. Bream. ABiitater
uivine wonnip ........... :, am.
Sunday School ......... 3:00 p.m
Sunday Maaaaa ...... ..i.t, 1:4k U:4t
Mm ooajb Aundap benoo. ai
- JEHOVAH'S WITNESSEB i
Maetinaa Thursdava at 7:80 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Wira Jtaanonal.
808 Bltva Road. Balboa.
''CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Sunday- an sennas ta the lh vnapei
on Balboa Road. .- v-:., ,-
Sunday School .Tw,. lO'.OQ gjn.
Sacrament Meeting tj.. 4:00 p,m
Primary; Monday ........ 3:30 p.m.
tceuei society; ruasaay..,, e:u am.
aua weancsaay ........ i-w so.
Telephone Balboa 4227. :' .'
Atlantic Branch ".V" f '
Building 300, Schoolhouso. Road Cabin,
i i .. ... .7 ......
Sunday School, Sunday ... f W am.
Sacrament meetino- Sunday 11:00 a.m.
rnnuimo meeting wea... 4:30 p.m
Primary, Wedneaday .... 4:30 pm
Relief Society, as announced.
Telephone, Catua 344 or Criatdbat 2887.
CtTRUNDTJ PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted CmnrGli-
' Milton K. Leldlg, Minister
Phono Rea. 83-7113 Of. 83-5105
8unday School ........... 340 am.
(A class for every age) ?
Morning Worship ......... 11:00 a.m.
Youth Fellowrhip- 8:00 pm.
Eevenlng Worship ........ 70 p.m.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 70 pm.
A church nursey la provided for your
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Baabae) Tha An-hansel
IJtb St TV sat No I
Holy Eucharist: Sunday 81 140 am
Tueadavav Wednaadava and Thuradava
Sacra msnt of Unction fHaaiina Bar.
vice) Ftrat Sunday of each month ai
740 am :' v-f,.
Moont Balrbet. Cbristtaa CbnreB
Panama I f
RV Rev T .lamee. D. D Biaboa)
Morning devotio av ........ 8b am
Fellowahip Worahia at ...... 114 am
iunday School at 3 00 pm
iimna barvtea aa ........... I Ml pm
'.. BAHA1 CENTER r' ..T'
Bah a rs ckntilB .
84 Flrat Street i-.v
Orbariiaaclon B Carmen, PanamA Citf.
iuormai zaiaa aoa. uiacuasiona
Thuraasys 8:04 pm
teles. 8th A Freal Streets
' iBBMtaisa AaaertcaB Bamart
Study Clasaaa...... Thuradava. 740 fx
Brnnx misaion caVsca
Eapalaba St. Paimiso. CI
Bev Waldaba B Steaiart, Paataa -Sunday!
110 am. Worship Set vie
30 pm. Sunday School..
1:18 am. Goaoel Senrtco
Monday: 140 Young People's Society
Wednesday I 148 Mid-week Christian
Thursday: 88 Choir Rehearaat
Friday: t ja Women's Missionary
-r- THE CRUBCB OF OOD
. 1838 Eighth Street Caleo
Bev. G. W. Craadleaav PastaT
Sunday Schol IJtia
Morning Worship ............ 18:34 am
nigra noivKo ............... la pm
FIRST CHURCR OP 04
Car. Jaasalea aad TrbttOad Sat.
Raaabow City. Caaal Eee
Bev. 4a. W. 4raadlsesi Pette
Morning Worship 80 am
Sunday School .............. 10 34 am
Night Service 14 pm.
THE Cm-CN OP COD
New PiMBe -i
Mm Maado Btasaa, Paster
' School 14 4 am.
Mernang Worahip ..I. 114 am
Night Service 7 pm.
Til CHURCH or coo ate a ham
atente Oarare 84 lOib St
Bev. Wen. A Jihnain. Paatar
Sonday Srhoo t a am
Morning Worahip ...
14 J4 a m
CPVRCai OP i-oo (Prwieeeaiall
Rev BE auton. Overseer
Pbeno 4-428 eVrs ZM. Cemboa
Tbun l. at Far". CZ I Bev and
Mrs. Harms O Whrtei Coion Rp
t Brv gentsndo Lormrei, Si Abaie
(Pee ad Mrs Chsra Hsyneat. ane
Catrrd Hrv and -. Clifford Onave)
swear ana weeaoava aamraa at as
(Ner H rM, CX
Bes rt t- CX
B C-t Dtable r
3 i a m
I -a a m
...... T r -a
- 1 r I c
a im b
Posts end Bcses
FORT AMADOR '
Sunday School 0C
Morning Worship 10.00
Church-time Nursery Sshool . 10 :00
Sunday School (Building Mo.
' 126 1 -.: 80
Morning Worship ... ..'..: .-. ;.. 10:30
Thursday Evening ; Mid-Week. -
Service ... ...... ... 7:30
Youth Fellowahip Sunday .... 4 00
FORT KOBBK 1
Sunday School ...,......-,...; 8:00
Morning Worship ............. 10:30
Evening Worship .'. 7:00
Worship Service, Madden Wye 7:00
WorshiD Service. Rio Hate : .;.. 8:1
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 8:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thure. ... 7:00
Officer' Christian Union Thurs. 8:00
ALBROOK AlR rOHCE BASB
Sunday School ................. t:V
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club). 0:30
Morning Worship ..... 3:30 A 10:46
Youth Fellowship .............. 440
U S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
bun day school ., :so
Morning Worship U40
Holy Communion First Sunday
or aton in ) . .
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worahip .............. f'.OO
(Holy Communion First Sunday
. Naval Radio Station,. Summit ... :00
, V,V'1:-:-' CaWile 'YtYSY;
FORT AMADOR w
Daily Mass ............. w..... 4:30
Sunday Masses ........ 7:00 A. 8:30
' Conieasiona, Saturday' .6:30 at 7:30
' Sunday ... 3:00 A 8:35
FORT CLAYTON A V Y
Daily Maaa ...7........ 8:4k
Sunday Maaaea ...'..... 7:45 A 8:00
Coofeeiions baturdsy ?. 4:30 A 8:00
FORT KOBBI I.
Sunday Masses ........ 8:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions ;. ..." 7 40
Confessions Saturday.. 8:00 rA 740
AT.RROnit AXR FORCE BASB "'-
Daily Mass ..................... ;a:w
Saturday Mam 70
Sunday Maaaea 7;43 A K:00
Novena Services-Tuesday ...... 7:08
.Canfaaslona-Saturday .......... 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Bodmaa-
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
USO-JWB (Balboa) V '
' 1 ' ATLANTIC felDB V
- Pretaatant .-'(!
Sunday School B1dg. 251 ....
Morning Worahip .......... ..
i Prayer Fellowship Dldg. 253
.t Tuesday i.. .................
j. KYBU Wednesday Post Chapel
" Choir Practice Wednesday
1 Post Chapel ...v..
Sunday School 8 :30
Morning Worship 10:45
Youth Fellowship,' Sunday ,...;4:SO
Bible Study, Wednesday ...... 7 JO
Ladles Chapel Guild, lat Thura. 140
(TR. NAVAL STATION. Coed Sola
Sunday School 1:20
Moming Worship 110
Holy Communion First Suiday
ai Month) ,-, ,-
' & .' il ' V ''
.....,. .,f -. ; caifc.ii. s.
Dally Maas 7:00
Sunday Mass 0:30
Confessions: Saturday 4:00
Daily Mass ;.. 7:00
Saturday Man 7:00
Sunday Maasea ....... 7:45 A 10:15
Confessions, Saturday 4 :00 A 7:00
U.S. NAVAL' STATION. Coco Solo
Dally Mass 40
Saturday Mass ................. 1:30
' Sunday Maaa ................... 8:00
COCO SOLITO f.
Sunday Maaa .................. 140
. Jewish V ; j-v
Greek Orthodox aetrluea ara fonduct-
wu mi ine uiurcn ox me juiunciauon.
Via Beliaarlo Poms, San Franciaco de
la Caleta, Panama City, R P. and at
the Church of St Anthonv. Avrnlrl.
Melendez. Colon; B J. en alternate Sun
days at 8:30. ror further Information.
call tha Office of tho Army Chaplain.
Sarvlcea hi au Churdtaa as
SATURDAY i .V, ".
Sabbath School 8:38 am. '.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Maetinp 4:30 pm.
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
Service 14) Dm. 1
Pacific Side Panamg Balboa Otttrict
Pastor W. a Weller-Tei. 23 J 3504
Caba Verde. Ave. J. F. de la Oaaa Mm.
17- '' ..
Chorrillo 2Sth No. n
Pueblo Nuevo 8-A St between 3rd
and 4th Eta
Rio Aba jo Ilea st No. n
Balboa Chapel 444 Gavilan Rd Bai.
boa (Saturday only).
Seenhb Cbereboa Paaauad aad
Pastor Ruben Bull
Panama, Callo Darian Na. 3
Cristobal. lth A Bolivar Ara- :
Gamboa A Fritolaa
District Pastor A. A OrtaW
Tel. No 4-102 '
Gamboa Pram Parkway Fnlolea.
Atlaan Side Cotdn aa .
rrMebel DMrirt -
Proor Keblett Tot 3838
Colon krd St. Central Ave. Cristo
bal 14tb A Bolivar Ave
Central aflirei Cavuan Seed Tat a-
Jeann el rare Moara) ma TVI-R Co
BVws Road Balboa. CX SUbbt Nathea
nrir Pnoae. 120 bjs
Baaaa and StaUans
Canaraauoa Kel Snasrrna twees. A
I'oa C'4n and 34th atreet. Rauia Tana
P.naBMt Cltv Sa Was 84 aa
Ri-ms-Mra 4-UTHntaaj cm aoa
Ratbna Raed at Mlrbt lM
Rev aabrrri P Gaxtrb. raster
PO Baa 84. Balboa
fr.nnar ahool. P'Me dsaa 34 am
f frvt- l is a m
"; a' V ,na
'--.- a j, cr.vi C.wal i
, wan capAbilitioa of vs. Nike
Br OSWALD JACOBY
Written lor NEA Service"
' AAK10 i
f i a32 - A' Y
J ... KQJ10M
.. 1 j, , soinni
..L'i t '' --.V-Al 4 'V -,;. r
Y 4X.IU C ; ,v.
X North and South yulnenble
Wart Kaat SoaUt Weat
J 30 3A Pggg
Pas Past Pass
- Opeainc lead V ?
. East's three heart Jump over'
call was intended to make it dif difficult
ficult difficult for his vulnerable oddo-
nonts to find their best contract.
Such bids are effective ou occa
sion although this, time North
and South had no U-ouble": in
getting i to .the normal spade
game. . ,' .
west opened his sinsieton
heart and South won East's nine
with the ace. Dummy's ace., of
clubs won the second tries and
the five of diamonds was led.
East played the, eight' and de declarer's
clarer's declarer's king fell to "West's ace, -Now
West-led. a trump.1 -Declarer
won in dummy, ruffed a
low club and led the deuce of
diamonds. West played the three
and East's ten spot took that
trick. East laid down the king of
hearts and now West came up
with a brilliant play to set ine
contract He trumped his part
ners trick in. prder to lead a see
ond -'trump, i -.: J f '.; .'.
This was the only play to set
the contract at this point. Had
West failed to trump East would
have- been forced to lead Anoth Another
er Another red card whereupon declarer
would have made the rest of the
tricks by a simple cross ruff.-":
As it was he had only two
trumps left in each hand, and
while he was able to make them
separately, he had to lose the
last trick and go down one. :
It will be noted that a trutatj
opening; followed by perfect de
fense would have set the hand
two tricks. It will also be noted
that it would have taken a sev seventh
enth seventh son of a seventh son to have
the vision to open a trump and
not the singleton of a suit bid so
enthuslastlcllly by a partner.
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By NBC As Ratings Plummet
NEW YORK, May 18 (UP (UP-Tele
Tele (UP-Tele vision comedian Sid Caesar,
caught with bis ratines down, was
dropped today by the National
i.The master of "sophisticated"
comedy that some believed was
too high-level for a mass audience
lost a rating war r to the cham champagne
pagne champagne music of- Lawrence Welk,
an ascending star on ABC-TV.'
In aa announcement made Joint
ly with NBC, Caesar said his as
sociation with, the network over
the last nine years had been both
"enjoyable and fruitful.", -;
NBC said it was ending his 10-
yenr i-umraci immeuiaieiy. cae cae-sar's
sar's cae-sar's last 60 minute Saturday
night stint for NBC qwill be on
May 25. The show caried a heavy
weekly budget of $115,000.
' Caesar wag tha latesf in 8 long
trinaj of comics to gat tha ax in
tha network owing toward west westerns
erns westerns and musicals. Others who
have fallen by the wayside in
elude Milton Bed, Red Buttons,
Martha .Ray Jack Paar, Rob-
art d. 'Lewis and Jimmy Quran-
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; NBC said it would fill half of the
Caesar hour next fall with a musi
cal .jshow starruig singer Gisele
Mac Kenzie. The remaining half
hour has not been filled.
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, The abrupt cancellation of .his
contract, left. Caesar footloose for
the fall season. A spokesman ,for
the comic said Caesar hoped to re
turn on another, show this fall. A
spokesman for CBS said.' t h c r e
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t5:C0 YOUTH AND ADULT FELLOWSHIPS
Offering 3 croups fn ChHsfian fratnltj.
Rev. WUUam Taylor, Field Secty. ef Central
American MLtaioa. t
7:C0 MISSIONARY SEX VICE
Dr. John Woods SLIDES SAX ELAS MTSIOM
BERY0NE WELCOME NURSERY VOYIDED
ot guldvd mis..leg
had been "no. negotiations' with
Caesar's difficuldeg. in .the .all,
important rating began last win winter
ter winter when he began losing ground
to tbe folksie TV approach of
Welk. Caesar also slipped at times
behind CBSTV's "Oh Susanna"
and "Hey Jeannie." -, '
Caesar's antics on TV' included
offbeat takeoffg' on such -subjects -v
as Japanese and Italian movies,
and some critics felt his brand of
humor sailed over the : heads of
his audience, b" ,"'('
NBC earlier had been reported
to be considering slimming, .his
show next season to 30 minutes, or
confine the comic to. occasinal
appearances. But Caesar rejected
the proposal. , t
.''Without the support of the. net
work I would nevr har. ben a
bis to achieve whatever' measur
of success 1 have attained on tela
vision," said Caesar, regret
that our present situation has
made it necessary for us to end
this association." ? V .'
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Robert Sarnoff. nresidenf of
NBC, said that Caesar' had mads
many significant ,nd endurina
contributions to the growth and
development of our medium" in
his association vwith the, network
!Heis a, great 'artist," said SarY
noffNaturally, we regret his da
cision. But we wish him the best
ML UUU LllU 111 nU.LCVCl TCH-
tures he undertakes in the future."
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
I and vJtkerwide 1 &
Isthmian Sports Car -
Club Maeta Tomorrow. h
COTY & LELONC
V:s:':n'-Staff r"Kv? FadamaS
Tre Isthmian Sports Car Club
will meet 'X the Cocoli Clubhouse
wishes success to the store
at :ju tomorrow morning,
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' MISS' HELEN JOANN HUMMER, whose engagement ttf Mr.
' Gary Max Singer has been announced. Miss Hummer Is the
iShter of Mr. 3; L. Hummer or Balboa and Mrs Ann Sutton
Of iJrbton, Conn. Mr. Singer is the son of. Mr, L. M.; Singer,
- - of Dunedin, Fla.
ADMIRAL AND MRS. CLARENCE "L. C." ATKESON
FETED AT DESPEDIDA GIVEN BY 15 N.D. STAFF
' r Bear Admiral and i Mrs. Clarence L. C, Atkeson Were fet fet-.'
.' fet-.' id at a deipedWa given at Ft. Amador, Of fleers'1 Club .last
night by the staff of 15th Naval District. , ' f
;T Admiral Atkeson relinquished his command of the lstn
'.Naval. District and Panama WctorCarlbbeaa i Sea Frontier,
, at a ceremony yesterday mornine; at IS ; N.DV Headquarters.
..-H will leave with MrsV Atkesoo following a Joint honor
,eeremony, which will be held at Albrook Field, Monday,
" Mr. Ji L. tHummer of Balboa
mi Mrc. Ann Sutton1' of Groton,
rnnn announce -. the engagement
and approaching marriage of their
, daughter Helen, doann w wii
Max Suiter, son Of Mr. JU M-
Suiger rhinedin, Fla,.
,Th wddins will be held at St
Paul's Catholic Church In St. Pe-
tarcntivrf Flac Sent. 7. ...I
.Milf Hummer was graduated
fntm Balboa High School in 1954.
At ereaent ab is a senior student
at iMouncl -Park, Hospital School of
Nursina -ia St-Petersburg, vSk
will graduate in June. ..
Mr. Singer waa born and raised
In Indiaair. He spent three years
in the Canal Zone, with the USAF
and is new stationed at Mac Dill
Air Fqre Base in Tampa, Fla.
Leave Te-Attand v'WiS'i' i
' Mr. L F Mcllhenny of Diablo
fiaieht wa scheduled to leave by
plane today for Houston, : Texas,
to attend the graduation ; of ; h i a
voungest son, David, from Rice
Institute.: He expects to. return to
the: Isthmus approximately
three weeks. ;.
: Mr. Org W. Idman ,V
Arrives Te Jain ' : ':? ' ;'
ilS imbaaay Hara 1
i Mr. Georee W. Edman arrived
yesterday morning from 'Washing 'Washington
ton 'Washington D.C to atume the position of
Attache and Public Affaire Officer
with the United States Embassy
in Panama. -. ;
t Mr. Edman will succeed Mr.
Harry S. Casler who was recent recently
ly recently transferred to a similar: post
fat. Caracas, Veneiuela.
Musi Students' '"";.
t farewell Party s
Mr. and Mrs. WaTter Wagner
entertained last night in honor
of Mr. and' Mrs. Frank Gurney.
Mr. GurneT, musical director of
Balboa Junior High School, will
be leaving at the end of the
schnol year. : r -:- -" -'
FoUowiar the dinner, f e 1 1 s
were sorprised by group of no-1
ait stnaeuts wno nsa gauerea at
a aeighbora home and came en
masse to serenade their teacher.
Games and refreshments follow
ed with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
Tewnabenl assisting the host and
hostess in organizing the fun.
The ktvdents were responsible
for the table decorations as well
of decor cwas an 'airstrip with an
airplane," made by Jimmie Potter,
the. centerpiece." Streamers .carry .carrying
ing .carrying messages of goodwill trailed
from the little plane; 1
Members of the Junior High or
chestra who participated were Ca-i
Marjorie Miller, James Farrell,
Charles Garcia, iydney Towns
hend, Jim Jim Potter, Senia Lag
si, Nancy Lee Browne, Robert
Sprague an! Karen Ann Wagner,
Vocal students were represented by
Bradford rurdyfana Sharon Pht
Miss Mary Buxton'
Leaves Per Hong Kong
.Miss Mary Buxton of the Unit
ed States Embassy staff in Pana Panama
ma Panama ieft recently for her new ai
Signment inJiong Kong. ; I
She will visit Washington 'D.C
before proceeding to the Orjent. f
5:30 p.m..' when the boat will de depart
part depart ,t t; -j y
American Legion i""'.
The American Legion Conven Convention
tion Convention Dance will be held at the Le Legion
gion Legion Hall at Ft. Amador .tonight
troin S p.m.-. v if
Former Ki'ngling Brothers Circus
performers The Guttenbergs will
entertain oaring cne eveiiiuis. um-
er outstanding acts to- appear are
thA pornbread Twins trom urana
Old Opry, Dolores, Panama's own
top fught pianist, mama ana wai waiter
ter waiter Eston European dance team
noHlev and his ten piece orches
tia will provide music for danc-
This is the, first time the Amer American.
ican. American. Legion Convention j D a n c e
has been open to tne general puo puo-hr.
hr. puo-hr. -Tickets at SI each may be
purchased at the door.
To Show Slides
AI Curundu Church
Two missionaries will speak and
show slides of their work m tne
Curundu Protestant Church tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. At the evening youth and a-
duH. Fellowshin service the K e v
William. Taylor.' fielcf secretary of
the Central American Mission, win
speak to these groups, .
t The Rev. Taylor is stationed in
Guatemala and is the liaison be
tween the missionary and their
mision headquarters. David, and
in the area of Chitre. This service
begins at 6 p.m; m t F
r '' -v. -.-!....- t--t- ? .. .j
'At the evening Gospel Hour be-
rinnine at 7 p.m., Dn John Woods
will speaK and show slides of some
of his missionary trips. Dr. woods
has been working with Gorgas
Hospital for the past two years.
Before coming to the Zone he stu studied
died studied and worked in Cleveland, O-hio.-.When
Woods and his family
leave the Zone in June they will
be working in the Epp Memorial
Hospital located at Shell M e r a,
Ecuador. Woods plans on show show-ing
ing show-ing slides of his work in the S a n
Bias Islands. '
The regular mbnthly meeting of
the Fort Guuck Officers' Wives
Club wa. held on Thursday, fol
lowing a tea.. -i :r. f
Mrs. car vega presentea Mrs.
A. L. McDuff- Honorary President
of the Fort Davis Officers' Wives'
Club. Kuest of Mrs., R. H. Evans,
and Mrs. Jusn c Lopez, guest oi
Mrs. F. T. Vavila.
The proposed new Constitution
and By-Laws were presented for
Mncideration and will bo acted
unon after a thirty day period.
. Gifts oi guest toweis ana a nun
wanner were given to the follow
ing who are to leave tne isthmus
during June and July: Mesdames
Ralph Arms, Antonio B a r c e i a,
Clyde Cortex.. Ralph Dials.- Rn-
dolph Glogovcsan, Harry McGin McGin-ness.
ness. McGin-ness. James McNuItv. Juan Melen-
dez, Edrix Mender, Rolland Shri-
yer and Jack Spuier.
The hostesses. Mrs. J. E. Me
Caffrey, Mrs. Benjamin Valdez
and Mrs. Harry Viani were thank thanked
ed thanked for, the delicious refreshments,
served in nuHet style from a ta
ble decorated with pink and white
flowers."" .' i.
The next meeting will be a Cof
fee, Thursday, June 20, at the Of
Ceerea W. Geethala v i,
Cam. Hareaa f 74
HaaoVd Far Tabaguilia
A bivouac of George W.- Gt(-
thals Camp, Heroes ef 76. will be
held on Wednesday, at Taboxuilla
Island. All Heroes are urged to be
" The' public is Invited to attend
the services. Sunday School be
...v ..in. niui m ii.o. Wl
a If the family. A 11 a.m.'Morning
Worship Service, the Rev, Milton
K. Leidig, will preach another ser sermon
mon sermon from the book of Romans en entitled,
titled, entitled, ''The Authority of the Scrip
' Holy Communion will also be oh
served as part of the morning
as the entertainment, the theme, at Pier 29, Balboa, so later than
Hew xoficuRA TAicun
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time it ia lastingly deodorant and antisep antiseptic
tic antiseptic Yea, magical C-8 (Hexachlorophene)'
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fresh and sweet, relieves sunburn, prevents
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- CINCINNATI, Msy .18 (UP)
Rep. Richard M. Simpson on his
reaicuon inai congress will an-
prove- tax cuts by the middle of
next year: .. .:.-.:
The economy is ripe for a Ux
( WASHIVGTON Defesne See See-reary
reary See-reary Charles E. Wilson on his
efforts to hold down military de
fense costs: v .' ;
"I'm like a froc trying to himn
out of a weU."
CINCINNATI. GOP National
Chairman Meade Alcorn oa Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's plea for Sun-
port of his budget: ,-
' I believe the President s posi
tion is a sound one. We c a n't
play Russian Roulette with the
security of this country.'
.NEW YORK. Nick Condos. bus!
ness manager for Martha Rave.
on xne comedienne a soaaen noi
"J here is nothing, absolutely
noining wrong witn ber. She Just
went 11 m a check-up. 6he u
tired and is going to rest for a
CLINTON. Tenn. High school
principal D. J. Brittain Jr., on the
reauest for nolice guards when
fine first Negro student graduates
from Clinton uign last night:
xt lust tales one crackpot to
cause trouble. Y
NEW YORK. Budge Director
Percival P. Bnindage on Presi
dent Eisenhower's record peace
time mwget oi nearly. 72 bulioo
"It is wife of the mark to con
clude that this budget was 1 r r e e-sponsible'
sponsible' e-sponsible' or had been carelessly
PARIS. French President Rene
Coty. who will visit the United
States next month en his mastery
of the Eglisn language: -
"I've been studying It for 65
years. The only trouble ia that the
British and Americans dont speak
it so welL They don't seem to un understand
derstand understand sae.'
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y Sec Secretary
retary Secretary General Dag Ha mm art k-
jold on reports that he plans to
"It is obviously explained by
my general silence. You set eo
little news trom me that yoa real
ly have to invent something.
NEW YORK. Television eome-
diaa Sid Caesar on being dropped
or tne national fimancajtirg Co,
after losing a rating, war to t b
rhampagna music of Lawrence
QUEEN AGNES' Miss Agnes Steall Brlrj Is crowned Queen
of the Balboa High School Grafluatloh Ball, which, was held
at Albrook Officers' Club last Friday.
, Each itotict for induiien in this
column; should be submitted in
type-writtaa form and mailed e
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In hand to- the office. Notices ef
netting! cannot be accepted by
telephone, !;' .:". i.i-.
La Boca Civic
Council Meets '
'The La Boca Civic Council will
hold a special meeting on Monday
night, at the study hall commenc
ing at 7:30. The meeting is -especially
caL'ed for the purpose of dis discussing
cussing discussing plans for-ithe development
of Hideaway beach,- which has
community wide support on tne
Pacifle side, and also to tender a
report to the community on the
results ot the community confer
ence hcjdwith ,the Governor last
Wednesday at Santa Cruz Aa in
teresting movie "The Rise of The
Yankees will be shown alter the
meeting for the entertainment of
those in attendance. All residents
are cordially Invited to attend. :.
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If you take a young child with
you when you have an appoint
ment at a beauty shop make
sure the child sits hear' you in-
steady of getting 'In the way of
operators and other customers.
A child shouldn't be turned loose
to inakij a; nuisance "of hhnself
lnjg place Of business-; 'y
A beauty salon' IS a place of
business, not a nursery.' '
From i there the club will go to
the old thame Airstrip for a gym-
Following this the group will go
to Gorgon for a weiner roast.
Anyone interested in snorts cars
is invited to atetnd. ,..-
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IATFKBAT, MAY It, list
iKebbettsi Baseball3 .Go
Eyery thing Turning Out
Spectacularly For Reds
By MILTON RICHMAN
1 NEW YORK. May
aguywho always had
"vuine up nun uascuau a
Everything he's doing lately Is
: turning out spectacularly for his
Ilrst-piace Cincinnati- Kecuegs.
First, he tapped. Don Hoak for
third base duty ,and Hoak went
on batting spree that carries!
: him 'over .400. Then he msT.au
ed George Crowe at first base
u and everyone almost forgot Ted
luseewski.v.Now.he has come
, jip with southpaw pitcher Don
"Cross and iteould be he has an an-:
: an-: their gem.
' tXlfi 25-year-old Gross spent
par U of last season with Havana
of the International League liut
his future in Cincinnati seems
i assured if toe keeps pitching the
w4y"Jie did Friday night in, beatv
lng3he New York GlanU, 11-1,
; wun a ime rive-nit eiion;
'(Jross, who started the cur cur-.
. cur-. Tint rampaign In the Redlegs'
: bullpen until Tebbetts aid that
t willing touch of his fingered
hinj tn starting duty, now has
. huued three complete-game
victories and has yet to be de-
G&ss' showing ltt'ftslf would
, be enough to cause any inan-
-nffptr tj tnRc. his fan In t.Vtp mr
lut Tebbetts had plenty of other
reasons to oe juonant over last
Right's victory, Cincinnati's 15th
In. the last 16 games.
Frank Robinson blasted a pair
. f hemers, his fifth and 3ixlh of
the Season, to tirive In four runs,
wfcil Gus Bell drove in the
fcamj number with a homer and
i wo -singles. Robinson, Bell and
Crowe each collected three hits
in- the RedlerTT. Id-hit attach,
teross blanked the Giants 1 until
DustyitRhoJes homered ill the
. eighth; ne; yv rfv.--r'-.K.--R
All that fine hitting and pitch
lng btret?hed ; Cincinnati s lead
to game and a half over sec-on,d-pla?e
Milwaukee and three
games ovei thlrd-plactf Bi;ktyu
1 ft The Phillies came Irom. he he-Jhind
Jhind he-Jhind to dtfeaf the tardlaal;'
5-3, ; while rain caused post-
ponemcnt or the games be between
tween between the Pirates- and Braves
and the Dodgers and Cubs.
In the American. League, the
White Sox won their sixth
6traight game and increased
thoir league lead to a tame and
a half by beating the Orioles, 3-
southpaw Billy Hoeft rot, the
Showing at Your Service
'DIABLO HTS. 7:00
: "The Girl Can't Help It"
i Cinemascope Color;
Sunday "Storm Center
MARGARITA 6:15 8:15
jTHE BURNING HILLS"
Sun. "Girl Can't Help It
IT MORE BY
EEEINO IT FROM
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. THCNDERBIRDS" a4 Ann Sheridan i
"BLACKMAIL" "COME NEXT SPRING
: CAMP BIERD :U 85 "MIAMI EXPOSE and
V : "THE-WHISTLER
C API TOLIO
THK BOSS 1
18 (UP)-rBirdie Tebbetts,
good, hands,' has suddenly
Tigers stopped the Yankees. 4-
1: the Indians ciimbea into
second-place tie with she Yanks
bv licking the Senators. 3-1. ana
the Red Sox nipped the Atnle-
Pinch hitter Marv Blaylock's
three-run-homer off loser Sam
Jones in the sixth inning proved
trie decisive wauop in tne fiius fiius-Cards
Cards fiius-Cards contests Robin Roberts fell
behind when he gave up homers
to WhIIv Moon' and Ken' Boyer
bub he settled down and blacked
fitu Louis after the third .inning
to register", his v third ; victory
Harry vAnderson also homered
for the Phils. t
Minnie Mifioso's two-run dou dou-ble
ble dou-ble in the eighth inning brought
the White Sox from behind to
their victory over left-hander Art
;ecccareiu of tne orioles. ui
Donovan was the winner for
Chicago although he needed Paul
La Palme's neip in tne eistmn,
Tito Francona homered for the
Orioles, ; who lost their fifth
Hoeft celebrated both his
25th birthday and his return
to action after a three-week
layoff due to a sore shoulder in
beating the Yankees on eight
hits. Charlie Maxwell, Bill Tut-
tie and Al Kaline each hit
' homers. It marked Hoeft's first
. complete game of the year and
his first vtetory. Johnny Kucks
was the loser. 5
The Indians scored their vic
tory at the expense of Camilo
Pascual when Rocky Colavito
delivered a two-run ploop single
in the lifth. Pascual itrac out
11 and yielded all eight. Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland hits in the eight innings he
worked. Southpaw Bud Daley,
making his second start of the
season for the Tribe, was the
winter, t althdugh RayHNarlesKi
balled, htm tub la tne eigtiuu.
"J Jim plersalf hroke a 3-3 Clef-lA
the ninth inning of the Boston Boston-Kansas
Kansas Boston-Kansas City game with a double
that scored Pete Daley and sent
the A's down to thtir ; fourth
straight loss. Tom Brewer Rave
up geven,hits for the Red Sox: m
going the distance (or his fifth
triumph. Rip Coleman, Kansas
cr. Vic Power and Jackie jeiuen
Center Theatres Today
"Between Heaven and Heir
Sunday "Opposite Sex"x
Fury At Gunsight Pass"
Sunday "Run for The Sun"
"THE STEEL JUNGLE"
Sun.-Mon. "Moby Dick"
4:30 6:30 8:30
. Also: '-
. EIGHT TO
, Jean Eervais in
DC RIFTF1 CHEZ LES
, -. Also:
its ?ALrrs VONT
CETS A JOBWith. boxing
at an all-time low, Stillman'
Gymnasium in New York
closes early these days as this
disappointed kid who showed
up. late sharply illustrates.
, i l '. S
(Based on 50 Official at Bats)
Player and club g ab r h PcL
Robinson, Cincl. 25 109 23 41 .378
Musial, St. Louis 26 108 14 40 .370
Aaron, Mil. 26 115 28 42 .365
Groat. Pitts. 26 104 16 38 -365
Hbak, Cincinnati 27 92 17 33 .359
Dark, St. Louis 25 109 21 37 .333
Adcock, Mil. 24 93 14 31 .333
Crowe. CincL r:, 21 79 11 26 J29
Temple, CincU- '26 98- 20 32 .327
Bailey Cinc 26 89 1 29 26
'; AMERICAN LEACUE
Bertoia, Detroit' 27 92 11 35 .380
Williams. Bos. f 24 87 21 33 .379
Fox, Chlcago..;4 24 91: 19 34 ,.374
Power, K C-V '19 68 1! 25 .36P4
Woodling, Cleye. 20 58 13 21 .362
mnUVtVii AT A piv V WW ?WU
26 66 11,23 348
25 87 16 30 .345
28 105 16 "3S .333
3011422 37 .325
Adcock. Braves ..'. 6
Williams, Red Sox
Sievers, senators ........
Maris, Indians '.
RUNS BATTED IN
"V Aaron. Braves ........ ,'
, Sauer, Giants i
Sievers, Senators if 26
Jensen, Red Sox ....... 21
Doby. White Sox ........ 21
LoUar. White Sox .
Trucks, Athletics ... 5
Narleskl. Indians ... 8'
Labine, Dodgers 3
Oross. RedleKS". . 3
O Jl 000
(Eight tied with 2-0 apiece)
. Judy Kolllday In
"SOLID -GOLD CADILLAC
- Rhonda Fleming In
"Odongo" in ClnemaScopel
Today -IDEAL -20 .10
, Broderick Crawford In 1
;. "THE MOB-
- Judy Holliday in
THE MARRYING KIND" ?
LOTTERY NIGHT I
i NATIONAL LEAGUE.
learns - W L Pet,
Cincinnati 'A 19 8 .704
Milwaukee 17 9 .654
Brooklyn . 15 10 t .600
Philadelphia 15 12 ).556
SI, Louis tJ, f 13 13 y500
New York . 11 17 .393
Pittsburgh . 8 18
Chicago . 7 18
: New York at Cincinnati
' Pittsburgh at Milwaukee
I Brooklyn at Chicago
( Philadelphia at St. Louis
. (Night Game)
New York .. 000 000 010 1 5 2
Cincinnati 000 101 45x 11 16 1
Barclay (0-3). Margonerl and
Gross (3-0). McCormlck and
Philadelphia 000 103 001 5 8 -1
St. Louis 021 000 0003 7 0
Roberts (3-4) and Lopata.
Jones (2-2). Wilhelm ann Lan
' (Night Game)
Pittburgh at Milwaukee
prooklyn at Chicago
Hurl Buffalo Into
IL 2nd Place Tie
NEW YORK. May 18 (UP)
A pair of southpaws,: whose com combined
bined combined pitching careers total .' 25
ears, today teamed up to give
he .international, League' pen-
spin.;, ; .,,:,v ,(:!: x,
- Fred Hahn and Steve Nairv
nunea uuiiaio into a second-
place tie with Miami as thev
yieiaea out iour nits in tne Bi Bisons'
sons' Bisons' 6-4.12-lnninjf triumuh Frl
day night over, the Toronto Ma-
I Nagy, who began his baseball
career m 1P42, relieved Hann in
the ninth irning and shut out
the Leals the rest of the way to
receive credit lor 'this third
straight league triumph while
ending Toronto's four-game vie
tory streak. Hahn began plavin,
pro baseball in 1947. Bobby Tif
fenauer In relief of starter "Jim
rearce, absorbed the Toronto
in otner league action, a
scheduled game between Rich
mond and Miami was pushed
back to a later date; manager
"Cotton" Deal and four Roches Rochester
ter Rochester pitchers failed to contain the
Montreal Royals as the Red
wings Dowea, 7-4 and In a game
at Havana, Havana beat Colum
bus, 5-4, with two runs in the
' The l'nescores; V
Rochester 100 001 0114 7,1
Montreal '000 003 04x 7 7 2
.( Gocketts, Deal (l) Gre.ason
(1). Donnelly (6). Wrleht 161 and
Shantz; Vargas, Walz (9) and
Koseooro. WPi- Varsaa. LP?
Wright HR's: Green, MozzalL
Buffalo 100 000 012 0025 IS 1
Toronto 000 020 020 0004 4 2
Hahn. Nagy (9) and Noble, as-
troth (12): Pearce. Tlffenaner
(9). Crimlan (12) and RosellL
WP: Nagy. JJ:.Tlf fenauer. HR:
Montreal 7. Rochester 4"
Havana 5. Columbus 4
RAIDER Chaiv 7-t
" Flame ef Teeth
TRAIL OF ROBIN
Traded f To Senators
- AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams ... w L ret.
Chicago 4 t 17, 7
New York m 9
Cleveland i v 16 ,9
Boston , 15 13
Detroit w 'i 14 14
Kansas City J2 16
Baltimore ; 9 16
Washington . 7 22
. Chicago at Baltimore (N) -Detroit
at New York
Kansas City at Boston
Cleveland at Washington
- (Night Game)
Detroit' 030 100 0004 10
New York 000 000 100 1 8
Hoeft (1-0 "and House.
Kucks (1-3); Ditmar, Terry
- . (Night Game)
Chicago 000 000 120 S 6 1
Baltimore 000 001 1002 7 2
Donovan (2-1). LaPalme and
Ceccarelll (0-1) and Trlandos.
Cleveland 000120 000 3 8 0
Washington 000 0001001 5
Daley (1-0)1 Narleskl and Nix
Pascual (2-4), Byerly and Fitz
Kansas City 000 210 0003 7 1
Boston 000002 0114 8 1
Duren, Burnette, Coleman (0-
3) and Smith. c
Brewer (5-2) and White. Da
ley. Us,.: I..;
June 21 May Be
Rate For JCasseyy
Hamia Title Bout
NEW YORK, (UP J t- The pro proposed
posed proposed world featherweight, title
bout between Hogan Bassey of
Nigeria and Cherif Hamia of Al Algeria
geria Algeria will be staged at Syracuse,
N.Y., June 21 if the new date is
acceptable tojlamia, n
Jersey Jones, U.S. representa representative
tive representative for Bassey, revealed Thurs Thursday
day Thursday he had obtained the new
date for the championship fight
and now must await, confirmation
from Han and his manager,
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IXE WORLD S ORCAT
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NEW YORK (UP) Billy Mar-
tin,: Casey Stengel's "boy," has
fallen out of grace with his New
York .Yankee bosses, and because
of his part in the Hank Bauer
nightclub brawl may be headed
for Washington in multi-player
deal, s n ,
Martin, Bauer? and four other
YankeH olavers faced stern -dis
ciplinary measures by Stengel for
staying' out beyond the curfew
prescribed for "good" ballplayers
while celebrating- Martin s yen
birthday until the early hours of
The climax of the party was the
slugging of fedwin Jones, a
year-old delicatessen owner. Jones
claims the slugging was done by
Bauer and threatens suit ot SIM,-
000. Bauer denies it and the Yan
kee management believes him
But Stengel and the top brass
are infuriated at the after-hours
DartvuiB. i ney teel tnat juanm is
the ringleader in these bright-spot
escapades. And sources ciose to
the Yankees believe they are
readv to deal Martin away,' even
though he long was regaruea as
Stengel's favorite piayer.--..
A rlfah1 renort had Martin.
Anriv Carev. Norm biebern. ai
ricnttn und a Yankee farmnanD
cminff to the Senators tor taaie
Vnst and a Ditcher either tami
lo Pascual or Pedro Ramos. Pres
ident Cal Griffith of the senators
is willing. And Charley Dresen,
front-office assistant, is cue in
New York today to talk business.
Dick Irvin Dies
' MONTREAL' (UP)-Dickr Irvin,
one of the' most s u e e s s f 1
coaches in the history of .the
National Hockey League,,- died at
bis ; home here Thursday ? night night-He
He night-He was 4.'! ii&iH?-
' The "Silver-Haired Fox" of the
rinks, who guided his jearnvto
four Stanley Cup;; championships
and tesjoyed his greatest success
as coach of the powerful Mont Montreal
real Montreal Canadiens,5 had been ia. Ill
health for some time, i T:
Irvin resigned as 'coach jof the
Chicago Black Hawks last, Sep September
tember September after a '26-year career in
the NHL as a player andcoach.
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Editor: CONRADO 8ARCEANT
The Balboa Bulldon li ; hv
xnterscholastlc Boys Tourna
ment into a three-way tie yes-
tciuay at wie uaiDoa Alleys, jc
and CHS had each won previous
meets and were top favorites to
win yesterday's series. However,
we BuiiooiK unaiiv succeeded in
getting ti'eir best bowlers to
show ur for school competition
and won. all. three game of the
series to anng on tne tnree-way
tie for the championship.
Rather than have the compe
tition finish in a threeway dead deadlock
lock deadlock for first place the team
managers .agreed to plav a one
line f sudden-death game with
tne winner of this line to be
crowned as the 1957 Bovs Inter-
In the decldlmr vam the Jun
ior College Devils were first to
finish and posted a 616 score. At
this point it appeared a certain
victory for the Big Green as
Balboa and Cristobal were hav
ing trouble galore. Just, as the
JC boys were reaching for their
blue ribbons. Ron Mead, the most
vicious 01 tne buu Dogs came
snarling through with a 220 game
to give the Dogs a series total of
CHICAGO! Mar 1 (UP)
New York.. Yankee outfielder
Mickey. Mantle and Boston Red
Sox outfielder Ted Williams
; were $ 25 poorer today they
almost literally threw the mon money
ey money away, along with their bats.
American League President
, Will Harrldge fined the twow
yesterday after umpires report report-led
led report-led they threw their bats even
' after a league ordetjipecif leal leal-ly
ly leal-ly told players to hold on to
I Williams was fined for throw-
fng his baf in a game tgalnst
Detroit oa Wednesday,' while
Mantle threw his in a game at at-Baltimore
Baltimore at-Baltimore May 10.
1 1 a 1
Vu Scctctii In tlteBlcndintf
a co. ito
"" ii 1 ,Tf
lOQ anil .nk.U-.t.1.
play-off vital statistic were
HlHiard ....1.... j. ma
G. Smith 14a
Mead ...,,., 200
Watson ,u 167
parley .... 14J
Brown ...,,;..: 133
.Martin, ......v...... 4 132
V," ,r 111
.The girls championship wai
decided last week when tne Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Ladies won their second
consecutive series.! Although it
ldn't mean a thing as far as the
championship was concerned;
the Junior College Girls bowled
their best games of the year in
defeating tho champs by a score
0: 1422 to 167. ., v
Members of the Cristobal girl
champions-hip team were: Cof Coffey.
fey. Coffey. Chambers, Cotton, Lastin Lastin-ger,
ger, Lastin-ger, Murray, Griffin, Bloalcley
and Vinas..- : .",' i v
May.Talk Fight ;; :
Terms Tonight :
" NEW YORK (UP) The air
should be charged with tension
today when the rival managers of
Floyd Patterson cand Tommy Tommy-(Hurrlcane)
(Hurrlcane) Tommy-(Hurrlcane) Jackson meet to
work out terms for a proposed
heavyweight title bout. a
Emil Ence, the newly-dasignat- -ed
primoter who hopes, to stage
Patterson's first defense at a New U
York ball park in either June or,
July,' called the meeting to hear
Jackson's terms, : v
Cus D'Amato, Patterson's man manager
ager manager and Lippe Breidbart, Jack Jackson's
son's Jackson's manager, haven't spoken te
each other for five years, but
both will be on hand today.- Nei
ther has disclosed) the cause f
their bitter feud. -
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K&HT FIBLO 1
& NOT THE
TIE OLD mO
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FUE MA&MADB ALL 4f.
.Mr W v"v f""1 fH'
" S tlrht ai our schedule in molnf from ringside ChlcO
to i!Leku o"sX last week.fwe had neither
to compoe hat the broadcasters call a wrap np. . this belnf
in reference to the Roblnson-Fullmer prize fight.
never hurts to De aou r "rh0io- a Dooulat
without resorting 10 lguooi 7
1 W likelihood' of the' Utah welder ever WnjW I m JW
nrain of the Year m somewnai :wiuuir v"
dieweigm cnuiiuiaiH v" y . i. -I.
suckered, wa not unwarranted.- t - : .
Th 'nrlmary objective of Robinson's strategy was to ftm-4-1
favor of Fullmer. ; : 4-"
nounced. (The division maximum la 160.) ;
Th. imnle fact that Robinson made the weight by a nar narrow
row narrow XffPwou!dCna?e no Pfrt!c1S!: orT the con-
preUminary phase was fq. be exploited.
THK PERFECT DOTE1
' : : iv. .nnvitirtBA Robinson had
rulimer.came away w, use the
had trouble maxinu tne wcignv. "'","-, himself
ateam cabinet. Robinson couldn't have been' sure W";
o?n? would have weighed with his tninU on. jnu cb dow
91 r 1.. ukhi Tun tHrea ounces at the most.
P 5.rrKiV"5nWnT inked dried out," .' Fullmer a
asked:- Hrncded: And now he probably was aaylng to j Wm Wm-IS
IS Wm-IS "I puVhed this dude around without much trouble the
St time, indT looks like If. going to.be even easier this
V This w. iV). n''Jt L'Sl
SchTrter7abndon. He took more chances, threw
with mncn f rem w b -inerabl U counter ae-
inviting ntgn. .; ri ht f0 the con man
with coniiaencc. rie xiaa wuw:u J -7 Vi
first fiznt. but was Gifsuaaea 0 n L j " v .-j
this night; how could he miss. Three rounds had gone by and
Robinson naa cone noiai.
The bait was becoming more tempting, and in the next
x.ut. .Li... t7.uin miia Ms his move, a boom-
rouna 11 wm ""i' a aauiUtr of
his limited sumtna. Fullmer ot only tayed with him but
forced Wm to clinch. The knockout bid haa lauea. : r
" hi. fA, k fifth to starL Full'
15 BHUng in DJS corner, wsuu'n r. j
mer felt the only question remaining was in "hJchJ0dpl?,e,(?
SSn the knockout Once again he had demonstrated 1 he could
shake off Robinson's best and make him break. And. as even
Robinson asreed in an interview the day before the longer the
fight went the less hand and lest speed he would nav
probably no title defender was ever more outrageously dup duped
ed duped than Fullmer.- The truth Is he hadn't shaken off Rpbnson s
best punches, nor had Robinson clinched because of Pnt ener ener-tr
tr ener-tr Fullmer had simply been kidded into thinking this was so.
In" another minute the harsh realities would dawn upon him. .
but first It would be necessary to wake him up.
- THE GREEN THUMB -
Retrospectively, there was no need for such elaborate cun cunning.
ning. cunning. Robirson could have stopped Fullmer in the first round,
with the firs: punch if he had landed accurately and solidly.
Eow on earth did he ever lose to such a poorly equipped oppo opponent
nent opponent in the first place? w
One answer way be that Robinson has a green thumb wboee
recreative powers are such as t make twe rich pnr grow
where normanr n!v ent ean be expected. This has Kd U a
niQue patlni in which he finds hinwlf winntnf. losing and
reninnlne from the same man. Profitable, re, bat to an artist
a coincidence -f this sort ean be embarrassing as well as frns frns-tratinf.
tratinf. frns-tratinf. V.'e teJicve. hnvr. the Eurar Man. a 37, ha? fir? v hit
Us pef and thrt rt prcrr rrvr.t. Csr.-V -:.
CLEVELAND, OhicVkay 18
fUPi southnaw Herb score
appears on the way to complete
recovery and be may be back on
the firins line, for the Cleveland
Indians again as early as June v.
: Score, struck In the rugnt eye
by Gil McDoiigald's line drive
during a game with the Van Van-kees
kees Van-kees on May 7, received vthe
brightest news yesterday ilnce
be was hospitalized when Drs.
Charles Thomas, an eye spe specialist,
cialist, specialist, and Donald B. Kelly,
the Indians' club physician,
told him he had suffered no
retinal detachment.'. v ,'
"Herb- was the happiest guy
I've seen in a long tune," saia ur
The two doctors were aDie xo
set an unhampered ;. look at
Score's entire retina for the first
time yesterday and they report?
''There is no lear (punctuije)
evident at this time." J'
The outcome Of Score's injury
wilt depend on how the eye re re-fmonds
fmonds re-fmonds to theranv but the doc
tors explained that the finding
of no detachment was most en
"I don't recall Herb's exact
words," said Dr. Thomas, "but
he was tickled pink Naturally, it
is a relief to all Of US."
If (Score recovers in v normal
fashion, he could be ready to
pitch for the Indians again wn-n
he officially comes off baseball's
disabled list on June 9. 1
In a medical bulletin issued ;
Jointly by the two attending
doctors, they said the residue
from the hemorrhage had
cleared "in both the interior
and posterior chambers of the
right eye." ;
Dr. Thomas said a' series' bf
Snellen tests will bt given Score
shortly to determine how well
the optic organism perform i
"we re an reuevea Dy ie
good news," said Nate Wallack,
thfi Indians' miblicitv chief. "The
important thing is not his value
him. He's a reat fellow, and
such a spirited competitor, we're
happy that everything's tuinea
....'.11 -K 7
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BALTIMORE (ITS) Calumet
Farm's Iron Lieee. the Kentucky
Derby winner, headed the proba probable
ble probable lineup when the entry box for
today's 100,000 added sreakness
Stakes closed yesterday ior, me
second of the Triple crown cias-
BEFORE TRAGEDY STRUCK Spanish nobleman-sportsmani Marquis Alfonso 'de' Portago
(left)- and co-driver Eddy Nelson of Beloif, Wls.v erulse past the Rome -check point during
italy's-Millei Mlglia (thousand mile) autd race. Later,, de. Portago, .Nelson, and; U other .-persons
were killed when the flame-red Ferrari sports car blew a tire and plunged into a crowd
of spectators.' The disaster occurred only 25 miles' from the finish line. ,.
By imm BRESL1N
LEXINGTON, Ky.. (NEA)-Paul
Ebelhart took a look at uuu Lea
and -said he didn't believe anybo
dy made a particular fuss about
the stallion when Iron Liege, an
offspring, won the Kentucky Der-j
by.' s i r J "'?,'
"Oh. I suess somebody.:, might
have given him an extra carrot or
so, but that's about all' said the
voune manaeer of Calumet Farm.
. Bull Lea was in his staU and
created a rumpus the minute Gene
Palmer, the stablehand, started
scooping some oats out 01 a seeu
hin fnr him 4 t 1 S'
Outside, Calumet Farm tne u
niversity of Horse was accept accepting
ing accepting another Kentucky Derby vie
tnrv pnsiiv ine trace was siuw a
round the farm and the spires of
, Expected to round out the seven-horse
field were Whcatley Sta Stable's
ble's Stable's Bold Ruler, Clifford Lussky's
Federal Hill, Roslyn Farm's In In-cwent.
cwent. In-cwent. Mrs. Jules Schwartz' Nah
Hiss. Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs' Prom
ised Land and D. M., Stable s in inside
side inside Tract. v-- '
Iron Lteee. Bold Ruler, the
beaten Kentucky Derby favorite,
and Federal Hill, the Kentucky
Derby pacemaker, dominated the
small field. Toe others did not
run id the Churchill Dwn classic
two weeks ago.. ; , 1,
Not since Citation in IMS bas a
three-year-old been able to win
the -Kentucky Derby, the Preak
ness and the Belmont Stakes, to
be run June IS this year. -Iron
Liege was a strong favorite at
- to move step closer to that
goal by adding a garland of black black-eyed
eyed black-eyed susans to his blanket of
roses, t. ; v-
.The Tce win be telecast and
broadcast by CBS.
x y :. .''-. u
Rival owners and trainers, well
aware their horses face a difficult
Utk, nevertheless feel they have
a chance to win at least part ef
the total purse -of S113.SU0 atd
possibly be on the receiving end
of the presentation ceremony. Sec Second
ond Second place is worth 125.000, third
I15.0U0 and fourth $7,500.
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All Part Oil
ed in the sun aud the student body
roamed the fields leisurely. .
Bull Lea. cared only about the
mesr of oats in front of him. The
fact that Iron liege had barreled
over the hard crusted Churchill
Downs oval and outlasted Gallant
Man in what they are calling one
of the all time Derbies seemed
lost around the farm.
CaWmet had won Its sixth bunch
of roses, but the only excitement
on that day came wnen a uny,
brown bodied weanling tried to
pull away from, a stable boy tak
ins him back to he barn. .. . 1
He is small enougn to tucx uni
der my arm and take home, a
visitor said. 'Could I have him?"
f'This is a "Bull. Lea colt-:' .tne.
stable boy answered, "I guess you
could get: him for around $30,000.
That's if vou know-somebody."
There had been skittering arouna,
by the Calumet .traveling force
when Iron Lieee and Gallant Man
flashed past Ben and Jimmy Jones
who were standing a tew teei oui
on the track at Churchill Downs'
16th pole. i'i ir )
From where 'they stood, it 'seem 'seemed
ed 'seemed impossible to tell who won the
race.' but sunny Jim-rnzsimmons,
sitting on a chair a few feet away,
called, vyou got it all right, Jim-1
the saddle waved his cap and bow
,'Mah public he said. "Aa loves
man public." -".'. v .
But nobodyVhai thirst for glory
at Calumet. 4,( .f
, uur ousines," fioeihart re
minded, "is to have an Iron .Liege
ready for the track each year,"
So as Iron Liege and Gen. Duke
were, being sent to Pimlico and a
shot at the Preakness,' Calumet
arm, where it all starts quietly
went ? on t about the business of
producing big winners.
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this citadel otithroughbrcds gleanw' Jimimy-ones st-nrted r a c in g
dick ana iorm anu Kruu," Fcu
pie like the novice he is. It's only
his first Official Derby. Pop Ben,
74, has had six, so he merely jump
ed up and down.; -. ,
Later,' Doghouse cut up a bit.
He was : on the : lead pony which
was taking Iron Liege from the
winner's circle back Jo the barn.
Another hot walker held onto the
horse. The big crowd started to
cheer Iron Liege and Doghouse
slowed the pace,, raised himself in
TORONTO (UP) End Len
Black of Duke University has
signed a 1957 professional football
contract with the Toronto Argo Argonauts
nauts Argonauts of tie Big Four Union.
Black is the 16th import to aim
for the Coming sessoa nd the
i i lb new end.
EAN FRANCISCO (UP) 1. For Former
mer Former maior league pitcher Walt
U(froo left for bis home in
Wishington, D.C ifdjy after be being
ing being given hjs uncoTid:urnl rebate
by the Sj Frincifco Seal of tbt
PsclTic Coavt LearvMP. MistTaoo
said b hopes to catch on with a
major leagq team.
' By HERBERT MOISE ;.
-',.,, . i'
COLON According, to the
Webster's dictionary that we uce.
for our ordinary work, -recon
sider means (1) ta think over
or nonder acaln: (2) In a leels
latlve body, to bring up for f ur ur-ther
ther ur-ther dellberaUon. as a bill or a
motion.", The noun to this verb
Is "reconsideration." we naa 10
make sure that this word is get
ting the- best usage these days
over here in Colon, and especial
ly In the boxing circles. A. J f j
A movement has been put in
to motion to hava the Francis-:
Hooker bout, once rejected by
the Colon Boxing Commission,
"recnnnldered." In this Case
where the commission already
rejected a proposed match, it
wti one a-thlnklne alone the
4 line of what else can they think
or deliberate on if they already
have passed a decision? Are they
Just going to go over me same
reasons and then reject it again
or have they uncovered or els-1
covered new reasons to approve
the fight this time?" : '. ; ;
i If the reasoning here is proved
In the positive along certain lines
then the Commission wasted a
large part of the evening last
Monday in -rejecting the fight!
That is, if they have not uncov uncovered
ered uncovered something new, then it is
only logical that the only argu argument
ment argument to be used again Is the
same ope osed last Monday That
means definitely another rejec rejectionthe
tionthe rejectionthe third in three weeks
for promoter Craig. But o the
other hand if they have discov discovered
ered discovered anything new, then it could
only mean that the CBC was too
hasty in making their decision
, last week.
Midnight to 4:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday .r
; Join our informal CLUB 4:30 for the. lata erovifd
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CAROL GHEAVE5 TRIO
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Nightcap on-th'house at 4:30 a.m.
CAROL also plays the piano in the Balboa Bar
, 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Sun., Tue, Wed. & Thnrs.
four Euiboa' Car--i. i V
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quarters that the fight will get
the irreen lient Monaay. wo
member of the Cpmmlssion spo
ken to wui come out opemy ana
sav that he Is in favor of approv
ing the bout, out neitner nas
anyone said that he will reject
it again. Only one member was
frank enough to express his dis disapproval
approval disapproval for the reconsideration,
It Is our opinion that whatever
action the Commission takes this
coming Monday will only, serve
to put them back as" a target of
criticism. This Commission is
always the center of some sort
of controversy, and usually, is
correct, but now the mere fact
that they are going to go back
or their word, well... :.
It is being rumored in certain
NEW YORK (UP) -Tbe New
Tor Yactt Club bas screptd a
- -;. ,.rrrf f-o" tle al YcM
v si -4 -T t rra-rh
'f f 'T fe A -:-.' C !- h
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Tbe English chaCeDge was issued
formally TiuraOar. climaxing a
year of negotiations between the
BARCTLONA Spain (UP)
Rerbie Flam of Beverly Kills,
Cahf arwl Uarieoe Hard of Mon Monte
te Monte be lio, CavJ., moed cp today in
the PaVcrWxa Irrteniational tennis
tournarart. Flam advanced by
beatirg Amonm Macei of Italy.
a-1. 6-4 5 a. in tle meri's je?ni-fi-:
v Hard nutated A.
Guri of r?'n. 3. 7-S. in a ost'
T f "!i ""-fh. I. I rf Lf"
Arr t : t- 3 in C' JT ;
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Time after time
f,.?Ja fact tvtry time you taste the
V richer, smoother flavor of Four
Af 'Rosea Bourbon, you'll find re re-.
. re-. newed pleasure: Because the mar mar-veloua
veloua mar-veloua taste of this finest bourbon
ia always dependable. "rl- -.v :
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It's time for the finest ; ; : : v ; :
Four Roses jE our
' "' available in your canal zone club
. distributors: ;
GM. GYKNOS S. A.
MONTHLY INVESTMENT PLAN f
A little as 111 a month! ZtaMtltOft: JlUuU
1 Or is mnch as you wish f.o.fB swo w ti..j.to6S v
i T evJ I I I'" Lr-L J FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
r .,.',1 run : irvnnin i ivii -iv :
Boats Gr Motors
j it i r 11 ill . .-. ,", 1 .' 1 .
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
'chalet, living-dining room, fur fur-:
: fur-: nlihed. 8rh streot No. 4, Par Par-que
que Par-que Lefovre.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach heosa. One milt past Ger$5
lee. Phone Balboa 1161. !. j
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive?
satisffing vacations, Santa !:
Clare 1 Boa eh. Shrapnel's fur.
niihxl hausAa. Phone Balboa
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages,
Santa Clare. Box 1190 Pane f
ma, R. do P. Phone Panama
1-1177, Cristobal 3-1173.
:FBI Arrests 8
' MIAMI, May 'U (UP) The
nm arrestea eigm persons in
coast-to- cowl crackdown x; Thurs
' J A U n ,.U1 4ran
ing businessmen here of thousands
Ot dollars in a Damtrupicy rac&ei.
, Charles Weeks, local FBI chief,
iiid the roundup was made in
Miami, New York, Cleveland, Hoi?
lywood and Phoenix.
v The TBI charged the eight with
typing more than 100 Miami busi.
nessmen by concealing from $90, $90,-000
000 $90,-000 ta (160,000 in assets while the
merchants were left with stacks of
unapid bjlb. 1
AS eigljt were indicted by a fed
eral grand ury here, last Tmi Tmi-day
day Tmi-day along with .a ninth man A.
Rubey of Miami," who was arrest arrested
ed arrested earlier and. released under $5,-t
poo, bond. .
Tool, 'warf .rhsrffprf -with various
" w -" O
coi)nts of -concealment of assets
and false entry in violation of the
federal bankruptcy, act, -1
Arrested in .Miami were Theo
dora J. Goldstein, ai, ana wrs. -sadore
Sylvia KleimaiuJB. ..mtmr
,7 1'' ". .r.i' H
Nagasaki Victim i
Dies This Year
NAGASAKI, Japan (UP) V,
Atom, bombed Nagasaki yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, reported Its thlvd fatality
this year from the nuclear blast
on: Aug-. 9,-1943.
' He waaXItsaJi Hamazato. 64. a
villas master, who died Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning: In the Nagasaki
Hamaiato was an Instructor m
the Mitsubishi Trade School at
Nagasaki, lt miles from th- site
jbf the -bomb blast. He suffered
cuts from broken glass. After
complaining of stomach trouble
and. falling hair for two month.
Jie apparently recovered.
He served two terms as village
master and appeared in the best
pf health. But rashes broke o o-en
en o-en his body tills year and he en entered
tered entered the hospital last month
jwhen It waa round ne was suf suf-lerinr.
lerinr. suf-lerinr. from an excessive count
f white corpuscles In hla blood.
W always have a complete
stock of Perfection Kerosene
Stove and replacement part"
i CASA SPART0N
28109 Central. Calldonla
Airy, anode 3 bedroom, t
bathroom apartment, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, maid's room. wKfc
bath, hot water, rarai
1SI.M. Can M321, business
New Bottom Paint 365
Took 5 yoart to dtvelop.
No more mid -season haul haul-out,
out, haul-out, once a year is enough.
Guaranteed to Stop tit
for 365 daye,'-
i . '"
Ci3. Engcllcn, S. A.
,28 th St No. 12-129 I
ATTENTION. O. I.I Jest built
"modem furnishad apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cols' wator.
Phone .Panama 3-4941,
FOR.' RENT: .Spacious a.
partmont, one bodroom, hot
water, S2.50. J. P. do la Ossa
Avenue, Riqul Building, facing
Firestone. Phone 2-3331.
FOR RENT: Completely
furnished a partmont, North A A-,
, A-, merican, neighbors, regular
transportation.' $50,, .the best
for this price. Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT: Apartmants
and rooms,. $40.00 and $25.00.
Via Jose jA. Arange No. 5010 5010-A.
A. 5010-A. Phone ,34444.
FOR RENT: Modam epart epart-.
. epart-. monts, living-dining room, one
bodroom, kitchen, ,. bathroom.
"Las ; Roinat Apartmants", road
to Roosavot Monumsnt, No.
,71-29- 'For information phono
FOR RENT Apartment, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, jkitehan,' 2 bod bod-nam..
nam.. bod-nam.. For information t phono
FOR "RENT: FMmiih. apart apart-..
.. apart-.. mtnt, 2 bodroom, 2 bathrooms,
hot water. Phono 2-2504. y'
FOR RENT: Fumi.hed 'apart 'apart-montt,
montt, 'apart-montt, living-dining mom, 2
btdrooms, kitchan: 43re St. No.
FOR RENT: Just built, modern
2 bodroom apartment,: maid'i
room, largo porch, hot and cold
Vratcr. Cornar Argentina Avanuo
and K St.. Cangrojo. Phono Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-2098 afttr ,6:00, : 3 3-1193.
1193. 3-1193. FOR RENT: 2 one bodroom a a-partmontt
partmontt a-partmontt and- S studio.: apart-
monts, ; alia suitable forvoffieos
unfumishsd, hot wattr,- ,olovator
aorvico Edificio "Campa Alagro"
and Via Etpana aero "Hotal El
Panama. Tal. 3-I409.C
FOR RENT: Completdy fur i
' niihad ..apartment, North Amir-
lean neighbor!, regular, trans transportation,
portation, transportation, $50. Tha bait for this
picl. Phono 3-0471. 4
FOR RENt--Virv modern two I
LXldroMI ...apirtmint, mtii y
ff room, front 'tirrjcc, hot water
and garaga noar the El Piruma
i Hotil and tha Raymond ,Clini
Building, $ 1 00.00. Call 3-3421.
wood's faia is Europe's loss.
Shapely Noelle Adam, 21, now
with the Follies Revue in Loo Loo-doe,
doe, Loo-doe, has been signed to a seven seven-yeer.
yeer. seven-yeer. film, contract. She will
aoon arrive in .Hollywood to
star In the screen version of the
popular novel "A Certain
Smile." She's from La Rocbelle,
Prance, ... J
; j f
I .7 V
7 A v;
LEAVE SOUR AD WITH ONE OP OCB AGENTS OR OUE OFFICES AT 13-J7 "H" MTEEET, PANAMA I.IBRERIA PRECIAOO 7 Street No. IS AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DE PUBLIC ACION) S No. 3 Lottery Flail a CASA ZALPO Centra) Ave. 4$ e LOUBDES PHARMACY 1R2 La Cinasquilla FARMACIA LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 26 "B" Street e MORRISON 4th of July Ave. A J St. a LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoli No. 4 e FARMACIA ESTAOOS UNIDOS 14 Central Ave
FARMACIA LUX 1S4 Central Avenu e HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE I. Fo. ae la Oasa Ave. Mo. 41 e FOTO DOMTf Justo Aroscmena Ave. end 33 St. FARMACIA
VAN-DEB-JIS-6 Street No. S3 FARMACIA EL BATURBO Parqno Lefevro 1 Street f) FARMACIA "8AS" Via Ponai 111 e WOVEDADES ATHIS Bwldc
the Bella Vbta Tbeatro.
FOR SALE: Convertible
Cadillac 1951 with radio, white
wall tires and A-l condition,
throughout for only $1,500.00.
For further, information call call-from
from call-from 3 a.m. to 5 p.m. 3-1141
or 3-3341. After 5 p.m. 3-30694
FOR SALE: Give away
price, soiling Hudson 51 four a
door sedan with hydramatie.
Can be seen at Rodolag-now ;
building San Orogorio, Ave.
Justo Arosomone. At it Is $295.
FOR SALE! '53 Austin con con-vortiblo,
vortiblo, con-vortiblo, excellent condition, -27,000
miles. 2172-A Curundu.
Phone 5273. .
FOR SALE: 195 Chevrolet,
210, 4-door hardtop, two tone,
power glide. $1,875.00. Can be.
financed. R. C.- Sergeant,. Bal.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
cranbrook, 4-door sedan, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. t4 new tires,
radio, $650. Leaving for States.
One owner. House 201-B Gatun
FOR SALE: Two Hillman
Station Waguni, low mileage,
exceptionally good buys. .1956
moslels. For information- call
Tol. 3-4563, I a.m. 12 noon
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Plata 4 door- sedan. Auto ma
tic 'transmission, ecellont con condition.
dition. condition. 17,000 miles. Will con
sidor elder car in trade, Call
FOR SALE: Anyone wanting
a reali-nice 1953 Plymouth su suburban
burban suburban should see this one at
$850.00 Sqt. Roluffs, -Ft. Ami Ami-dor
dor Ami-dor 5287. ... i
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet
4 doer Deluxe excellent condi condition
tion condition radio and 1 accossorios -$750.00
cash. Albrook 86-6237
86-5182 or Curundu 33-2214.
FOR SALE: 1951 Morris- mi minor
nor minor Convertible, now tire
now top, vorv clean. ,' Phono
328-3450 or 14-6160 big 713-1 Lo Lo-cona.
1957 Chevrolet, Bel-Air, 4 door
ridio tu tone paint, W-S-W
tires two months eld. Can. be 4
; financed. 111-A, v Jadwin Ave.
Gambia .v CX ,v. T: -1 ';
FOR SALE: 1955 ford Station
Waeon, $1,900,00 Cristobal 3 3-2321,
FOR SALE -1954 Buick 4-door
Sedaa. green, $1,100. Phone
Curundu 3121' or home 579-
FOR SALE: Studobakar 1956.
210 b p., extrei, 9000 milei.
Phone lalboa 1716. ;
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, net a scratch an
it, four good tiros and radio. Far
sale to American in lone-$450
down payment $200. Telephone
FOR SALE: Plymouth lelvedero
Station Wagon 1955 model. C.
E. Toloviiion contolo 21" and
Zenith ceniolo radio pbonograh.
Call 3-6563. v
TRANSFORTES BAXTER. I A.
Packen Shippers Mavora
Phonos 2-2451 2- 2562
Learn Riding ot
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridinp e Jumpine Classes daily
3 te 5 P.m. Pbeeo 2-2451
' 99 fcV fSggeoW Bkt
ltm Tour flptre eWwa'
McLevy Staetilnei. alaaease
Steam Bate onto lemaie
Meaieel keHs. artb braeee.
SS A. Jaste Areeememi S-RIV
Or. SCHOLL brataee CUroeaoml
Gibraltar l ife lna Co.
(or rates and tnlormatloa
, TeL ranama t-ISU
v K From
$95.00 to $150.00
Easy Payment Plan
; ECONOCAS, S.A.
" ; Branch ..
' Tlvotl Ave, 11-71
MOTORAL SALES i SER.
VICE SHOP OFFICERS THE
LARGbST STOCK OF TUBES
AND ACCESSORIES FOR RA RADIOS
DIOS RADIOS t AND T.V. SETS ON
THE ISTHMUS. INVERSIO INVERSIO-NES
NES INVERSIO-NES CENERALES, ji AUTO AUTOMOBILE
MOBILE AUTOMOBILE ROW Ne. 33.
FOR SALE: Deepfreeze 9.2
cu. ft. $135.00; G.E. washer
deluxe automatic: $175.7 Singer
sewing, machine $45.00, mil mil-collanoous
collanoous mil-collanoous (urnituro. Albrook
FOR SALE: Ceramic Kiln
11 x 11 electric, 2-in. extender,
14 melds and supplies. $80.00
FOR SALE: Boy's 24" Bi Bi-cycle
cycle Bi-cycle in good condition. $20.00
FOR SALE: Air-condition unit
7-8 h.p.; 3 rugs; water heater,
Westinghouse, 30 gallons. 2 re refrigerators;
frigerators; refrigerators; girl's bicycle ra radio.
dio. radio. Phone 3-0610. From 10 to
FOR SALE: Is the heat
wave getting you? We have
room airconditionors for home
end office, all sixes. 'Generous
credit facilities. Mueblorie Ca Case
se Case Sparton, Central Ave. No.
FOR SALE: For dog lovers.
Bexar pupi (4 waaki). Aveni Aveni-da
da Aveni-da Chile No. 10. Phono 3-0601.
FOR SALE Leaving, mutt a1.
' Upright piano, $1 10. Four uied
WSW tubeleii tiros. 120 x 15,
$12.50 each. Albrook Jd-2200.
FOR SALE: Collins Amateur
Station, $2V3, beam ants and
accoaories, : 1200. Complete.
Comidor taparate lUi. Phono
PANAMA 4 CANAL COMPANY
, OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
pealed bidir for. opening In pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 10:30
a.m May 24, 1957, In Hie of-
v f ice of Superintendent of Store-
, tiOuies, BalbSa, for : tit abd
' fettaurant itimi inc,-.. ng butter
'Cutting machinal, ice crushing
machine parti; drink mixer con container!;
tainer!; container!; '.- double boileri; French
t fryer pani; egg whips; apatulai;
asaling machine bruihai; syrup
,' jars; 1 cooker parts; dithwaihing
1' machine' parti; glast walking
end riming machine pattv
knives; atoak tonderon; bacon
. slicing machine parti; potato
cutter parti; moat grinding,
chopping an slicing machine
parti; meat cutter aawi and
t parti; coff oo maker parts; ipo"9 ipo"9-os
os ipo"9-os and Crown- numheren. For
further Information and copy of
Invitation No S-57-346 con con-tie
tie con-tie office of Superintendent of
Storehouse, telephone 2-1036.
DRAWER "A," DIABLO""
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
Sociefy To Fele
At 3 a'rlnrk inmAimM ftsrf.uM
the officers and m'amhira nt tha
St. Peter's Church Mutual Socie
ty ot La Boca, Canal Zone will
congregate at the Santa Curt
service center to celebrat thair
1 30th annivenarv. i
ine society, wnicn was organli-
ea on way 14, isct Dy some par parishioners
ishioners parishioners of the St Peter's Church
then administered by the late
Rev. John 1'alhnt Mulrara -arill
some measure' review the chang
ing uenus, tneir many activities,
and the mutal benefits extended
members scattered all over tbe
The program as arranged Is
composed ut vocal selections bv
two well-known female artiste,
Mrs. Miriam Riney and Miss Myr Myrtle
tle Myrtle Green, and speeches by Karl
L. Harris, president; and Chris
E. Haywood, vice-president.
The general secretary Arundel
A. Hall will give a report on
membership and finance and 'e
Rev. Jobi ispear. and the Rev.
William '.- Johnson will give the
invocation and benediction, respec
tively. After the program a din dinner
ner dinner wil bt served. iembers are
reauested te bring along their
contribution csrd as a means of
identification for admission. Chil
dren will not be admitted, t
FOR-, SALE: New Westing,
house refrigerator,-: now aloe
trie radio clock, washing ma ma-.
. ma-. chine, record player three
spsod (all 60 cycles) House
FOR SALE: Must sell,
leaving. Complete household
furnishings, v P h o n e 2-1754.
House 1524, Gavilan Road, v
FOR SALE: 25 cycle 3 speed
RCA: Phonograph $30.00. Ma Ma-hogony
hogony Ma-hogony bureau $15.00,, miieel miieel-lar.vout.
lar.vout. miieel-lar.vout. 1 household objects.
Call Balboa 3274. .
FOR SALE:' Refrigerator
all porcelain 25 cycle, $50.00.
4o0 Ancoi Blvd. : Ancon.
FOR SALE: 17 inch Silver Silver-tone
tone Silver-tone TV, 1956 model, $110.00
Tel. Albrook AFB, Exit 6244.
FOR SALE; 1.5 cu. ft.,
Philce deep- freeze, $125.00,
Washer, Thori; semi-automatic
$50.00. Piano upright,, good
condition, $100.00. Dohumidify Dohumidify-or1
or1 Dohumidify-or1 with automatic timer,, $100.
Call 14-5287. Albrook. r.
.FOR SALt9' refrigerator, 25
: cycle with- deep freoxad com com-.pirtment
.pirtment com-.pirtment $100.00. 21 RCA
.TV Console, $200,00. Phone
FOR SALE: Metal buffet, metal
, tables porcelain r top- kitchan
table; lamps, redwood blinds and
Ford hub-cipi. Reasonable. 23
3101; 2605A. CocoH' ;
FOR SALE -Spinet Piano $300.
Guitar $10.00. Criitobal 3-'
; FOR SALE r-2 porch scraani,
' book case, trumpet (hom)v alec alec-trie
trie alec-trie ice box, 25-cycle; scale, box
iHeet music, : kitchen utenitli.
Cell Balboa 2-1674..
Eisenhower Apparently Contemplate
-'!' V "? if' '" k V'! ,. -,1" .'' i -'f I V'1! '' 'i
A fPleasani iVcekend at GettysLurg
GETTYfBURGi Pa May 18
(UP)-1 President?' Eisenhower Eisenhower-climbed
climbed Eisenhower-climbed ottt 'of his airplane, yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, .kissed hi wife and a s k e d
"Where arr the, granocnuarenf
The Question made it plain, the
chief executive was looking for
ward to an especially pleasant
week-end' at his farm here, -v
With his grandchildren for com
pany. .Eisenhower was nnuxeiy io
get involved in any controversies
such as the one that developed
lsst week-end when Field Marshal
Viscount Montgomery was h 1 s
guest. ; ;'H 1
The president ana momsm momsm-y
y momsm-y stirred up an eld Civil War
dispute by criticising the tactics
employed by both North and
South In the Battle; of Cottys-
burg. !-;',!'!'. o ,v4-
Mrs. Eisennower, wno . pan rr
mained at the "farm; was waiting
at the airfield today, when the
presidential plane landed after a
l-minute Illgul imra
Th. Priifipnt pot Into the car
with her and was driving off when
a green station wagon puuea up.
It copiainea xnree w. men
Sepanik, loi waves from the
-roof garden" of th treetop
partment he and brother Fred,
cm tbe lower floor, built in this
tree near Inesbero, Mass. Aa
ill wind blew no good te trve
amateur engineers; they nad to
remove a "penthouse" that
: vrtaieed to blow away.
T.V. SERVICE PAST EF.
PHONE U.S. TELEVISION 2 2-4(14.
4(14. 2-4(14. v '
The best dinners and drinks
ere served in our modern air
conditioned cafeteria, grill and,
bar. Hotel Internacional "Pla
xe $ de May6.
US TELEVISION MEANS FINE
SERVICE TV aorvico calli$2.50
call before 7 p.m. for lime day
lerviee. SPECIAL any table mod model
el model "er ; portable radio repaired
i $4.50 plus parts. Phone 2-4616.
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Preteons
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
; LOST i Hound dog, white white-black
black white-black spots. Phone Balboa; 44-
LOSTTwe Boxers, 'females, :;
approx. 4 months eld. One '.
brindle with white markings,
one tan with white markings.
Reward offered call Panama
3-3082 or call a tNo. 17 San Mar.
WANTED Four 44) bedroom
houio With largo fenced yard by J
lit June. North American family.' family.'-Golf
Golf family.'-Golf Hts., Campo Alagro, El
Cangrojo. Telephone 3-0208.
7, and Susan, 4. One year old
Mary Jean was left at the farm farmhouse.
house. farmhouse. .;....' : .-
The four youngsters, children of
Maj. and Mrs. John Eisenhower,
arrived at the farm yesterday to
stay with the President and first
lady while their parents visited
the President's brother; Dr, Milton
Eisenhower, in Baltimore. -.. i' v
Eisenhower got out of the lim limousine
ousine limousine and entered the station
wagon with the children for the
ride to the farm Mrs. Elsenhower
stopped off ft a funeral parlor to
leave flowert for the 2 year old
son of one of the Eisenhower
farm workers. The boy. Dale Eu
gene Rump, was fatally .injured
Wednesday when he fell on a pair
of 'lawn shears..-:-' '.: 4;- 1 ;
The firjt lad v and her 'mother
also stopped in the Hotel Gettys
burg gift shop tor aoout nan an
hour. Mr. Eisenhower bought
five costume iewelry rings and a
white summer necklace. "Her
mother' bought "-'t o ma greeting
cards and a comb case.
Quincy Boys Gel 7
v ; - r : v.
QU1NCY. BX; May 18 fUP)
Thirteen boys whe had nothing
better to do than fake two car
accidents release poultry In thea theaters,
ters, theaters, set fires on vacant lots and
otherwise whoon t up got off yes
terday with nothing worse than a
. The boys used a "master plan"
to lead polite and firemen on a
wild goose chase all over town,
answemu false and real a a-larms.
larms. a-larms. So far their punishment has
been verbal, but their ease wai
contis'ued an til Msy 23. AH 13.
were released without bond oa or order
der order of Judto Edward Moore.;
Moore first lined the boys up
and had them given a stern lit lit-ture
ture lit-ture by th. brunt of their jokes,
the policemen and firemen.
A typewritten "master: plsa"
found oa one of the boys gave the
groups detailed hell-raising cam campaign,
paign, campaign, together with results. It In Included
cluded Included ,..:.
Staee a two-car accident, using
tw old wrecked cars and pushing
them together. Done.
Start a fire m lot with card
board boxes and gasoline. Done.
. Push an old car in the r t v e r
and the call police and report an
Turn k-ooe three chickens to
each of three Pteaters. Got them
into ene theater only.
tree r,r oats two frigs : and
three chickens ia city hall. Bata
got away. Too buty chasing them
te set out pigs and chickess.
Free twe chickens in esrh of
two rertiurwt. Success only to
Fake a two-ear accident on the
uinrv Me-nenal Brige, s i a g
two eld sutns.
The Urt f.ked accident was th
boys' i'n'kr)f. Tr7 wrre caurM
by a Vmjx n trr-r and
tumfd o rr ta 'T a--rri!.rs.
FOR SALE: 14 Ft. fishing
boat-trailer, 10 HP Johnson
motor. Many extras. $275. Tel.
Navy 2384. .
FOR SALE: 1 1 2 ft. boat, needs -painting,
10 hone Johnion out
board. Make me an offer. Al Albrook
brook Albrook Ext. 6246. ' 1-
Holy Family Pastor At Margarita
" U 1 I- if '," I
To Observe 25th Year As Priest
sJi wtAi if.-'.'i:,--'j-:!'. ;i;.,'ir.''jfr-"-- ;;'.-;f!:r'-'i-vi sfii. ,--: '.i.;'
Fther.:James J. MurohV. nasi
tor of the Holy Family Cathnhr
tnurch in Margarita, will have
been a priest for 25 years n ex t
uesaay. ; j, i- k
v In observance of the occasion,
he will sisg a solemn high 'mass
of thanksgiving at 11:30 a.m. to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. He will be assisted by
Father John Tumeity, as deacon,
sna rauipr .awara uomez. as
subdeacon. Father John King, will
deliver tne sermon, and music
wilt De lurmsheu by a cnoir com composed
posed composed entirely ot priests. Present
in the sanctuary will be Bishop
Jesus berrano of Cojon, and Bish Bishops
ops Bishops Paul CJavel of David: In the
evening, a large group of Father
Murphy's parishioners and friends
will gather at the. Hotel Washing-
on at a dinner and reception in
' Father Murphy began his train training
ing training for the priesthood in 1920,
when he entered St, Joseph's Col
lege, the minor seminary of the
Congregation ot. the; Mission, i in
Princetons N.J. He was graduat
ed from" the college department in
1927. with the decree- of Bachelor
of Arts, and immediately entered
the novitiate of the Vincentian
Fathers, for. two, years of 'intense
spiritual formation. In 1929, be be
gan his graduate studies' in theo
logy in Ft fVincent's Seminary, in
Philadelphia; c o m p 1 e ting the
course in 1932, when he was or-4
dained a priest .by His Eminence,
the late ennis Cardinal Dougher
ty, in the' Cathedral of- Sts.rPeter
and Paul, in Philadelphia. : J.
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many faces," which is Hollywood's rather flamboyant way
of saying that she's a fine actress. The two-time Academy
Award nominee Is one of the four cjoeena tbe others are
Jean VU)r-v Barbara Nichols ant Sara Shane, who play
erixi king Clark Gable In "THE KING AND FOl R
Ol'rrNS." film in ftntmnor and color OFENING ON
iiiiF.Dti n at ti;e cimrau
, FOR SALE:. Three bed.
room house with two baths,
living room, dining room, kit-
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Since 1932. Father Murnhv's ca
reer, in the priesthood .. has been a
rich with many, experiences, and
today he finds himself hack on
the Isthmus, where he began" his
priesuy Junctions, his first assign-'
ment was to Cristobal, as assist assistant
ant assistant to the late Father .Peter
Bruns; later years saw him servA i
ing as piofessor at St. Joseph's
College, Princeton, N.J., as a
member of the Miraculous Medal :
Novena Band, as a chaplain in
Europe 'With the U.S. Army dur
ing World War II, and as prefect'
of discipline- at Niagara Universi Universi-ty,
ty, Universi-ty, Niagara Falls, N.Y. He was
assigned to his present post in De
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Valiant Rescuers Save Child
Trapped In Narrow Well Shaft
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' SnTbove w among the Star devices -on' view for the
'SSTtimS for nearly 40 newspaper men and radio newsmen
"who were permitted to Inspect the, government's i Hanttrd
tfiu At Richland Wash. The newsmen's tour of the estab estab-hment
hment estab-hment marks the trend toward less secrecy in accordance
toe Atomic Knew Commission's declassifiction of many
S JUecrets as world-wide familiarity with atomic processes
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Rld-lnfluenced Japanese Students
baniand Britain Stop H-Bomb Tests
TOKYO, May is i urj sun
i' 15,008 Communist-inliuencea weu-
(geis tried to mob the British Em Em-sss
sss Em-sss here -today, highlighting t
SroWst -against the Christmas Is Is-bnd'
bnd' Is-bnd' H-bomb tests by students
fcroighout atom-jittery Japan.
I The demonstration was noisy.
ut generally non-violent. Second
Secretary C. F. Hill admitted four
ipokesmen for the mob to the Em
bassy, but evictea, mem wnea mej
jtn uolicei. arreste d 2 5
tounter-demonstrators who pick-
Hed th demonstration, urging the
itudents- to "stop playing into the
kands of the Communists." ;
(0J London, "Ambassador Hawi
f iko- Nishi delivered a note the
oreign Office asking -? that the
compensation for -any. aamage
Japan might suffer. t
(Minister of State v Allan' lioble
Wormed' Nishi that the tests
rould go on. He said any claim
jor compensation would be "care "care-fully;
fully; "care-fully; examined.". ';
' The left-wing National Students'
tederation, which urged its mem mem-rsrto
rsrto mem-rsrto skip school to protest the
luclear tests which began Wed Wed-kesday,
kesday, Wed-kesday, said 350,000 teenagers
throughout the nation heeded the
...Police said there actually were
Kily about 33,000 absentees re reported.
ported. reported. 1
In either case, police said the
"stay-out strike" was the biggest
demonstration Japanese students
had staged since the war.,'
: The Tokyo mob forme dap in a
downtown park and marched
through the streets' to the British
Embassy, singing Kussian songs
and waving .placards bearing such
slogans as "Macmillan, Go- To
HelllV. "British Fools!", or "Ban
H-Bomb Tests!'' :
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.. Several hundred Japanese po policemen,
licemen, policemen, armed with pistols and
riot clubs, formed a cordoa that
barred the mob from the (Embassy
compound. There1 was some shov
ing back, and forth, but no. serious
outbreak of violence. $V p!,;' :(
VHillt" asked the police' to, Jet the
four spokesmen through their lines
so' mat ne couia laixiiorinem in
the Embassy office. A tew min
utes later, be escorted the Japan
ese ; to the Embassy's iron gate
and pushed them out;
MANORV1LLE, N.Y., May 18
(UP) The death-defying valor
of volunteer rescuers, a steady
flow of oxygen, the indomitable
courage of the victim and luck-
were credited today with the mi'
racle rescue of 7-year-old Benny
Hooper from the bottom of a well
shaft where he was entombed for
nearly 24 hours.
.Suffering only from exposure
and shock, the slender, blue-eyed
boy was- reported resting comfor comfortably
tably comfortably and in good condition at Bay
View Hospital in nearby Mastic
Beach. Doctors, who expressed a a-mazement
mazement a-mazement at the child's survival
in the bottom of the 10-inch p i t,
said ne was regaining bis color
and was well on the road to recov
ery. But they said in such cases
there was a danger of pneumonia
A tube which pumped lif-pre-rving
oxygen Into th chill,
dark shaft throughout Benny's
ntrapment-Mand which despite
sifting sand miraculously hever
d than an inch frem' hit
mouth was btlivd by doctors
to have kept the boy alive in
what even the most optimistic
feared had become a sandy
Another fortune of chani th
billowing of Benny's jackets as he
Decame wedged in the darkened
well shaft also hebed save the
life of the sandy-haired s ec o n d-
grader, doctors said.. Miraculous
ly, the jacket worn because of an
unseasonable chill had created an
air pocKet, catching the potential
ly death-dealing sandslides that oc occurred
curred occurred sporadically durlns a
hours of frantic rescue oDerattnnx.
zne rescue was climaxed at 7:31
last night when a 29-year-old ne
gro construction worxer oraved a
cave-in 25 feet below the surface
and freed die half
from his trao.
Moments later, an eerie hush
swept over the hundreds of spec
tatorS and rescuers as 4 word
reached the surface that the child
had been reached; Several, women
dropped to their knees in prayer
The boy's 33-year-old father, who!
had dug the shaft that was to en
tomb his son in an accident and
touch off a day-long drama, stood
at the lip of an emergency crater,
staring straight ahead in an ap
uther relatives sobbed softlv. as
did many spectators. B e nji y's
mother, unaware that her son ha
; been reached, remained In aide
me tamuy s rancn-type nome, on only
ly only 100 feet away.
Then, -from the ptf of the emer
gency crater, came the cry of Dr.
J. H. Kris, th Hooper family's
"The boy's alive. He's alive."
PLet the people know the truth and the'eountry is $afe' Abraham Linboln
PANAMA, R. P SATURDAY, MAY W, 105?
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Observers here recalled that no
such student outbreak accompan
ied' Russia's, H-bomb tests last
last month, which were more
dangerous to Japan because the
Soviet waving ground in Siberia
is upwind from this country.
Radioactive Tain was reported
from one end of Japan to the oth other
er other as a result of the Russian tests.
' Christmas Island is more than
4.000 miles southeast of Japan.
The prevailing westerly winds
were expected to blow any fall
out resulting from the British tests
away from this country.
TODAY DRIVE-IN TODAY
One of the most human stories
"of love.. .ever filmecL.ever felt!
2 Believed Trapped
NEW YORK. May.ia !mp)
three-story brick building' on
the lower east side of Manha.t-
lan 'collapsed tod. .,
A ground-floor tenant, who es
caped just before the structure
crashed into t 23-Ioot high heap
oi oncKS. wood and twlstedsteel
said he believed- two persons
were trappedJ -,v0-
' Ambulances, police emergency
equipment ano lire apparatus
converged on the acene.
Police said one mrann TiaH
been pulled from the, wreckage
of the building. They said res rescuers
cuers rescuers were "digging, frantically"
to-reach mothers believed trao-
The building was In the rear
of another- buildings on Pitt
Street in the heart of Manhat Manhattan's
tan's Manhattan's teeming lower East. Side.
Sam Oelernter. a mechanic
working in the front bulldlnar
said "I heard a terrific noise and
x ran w ine oacic irom my
store," veierntet said. "All I saw
was smoke and dirt. I immedi immediately
ately immediately ran to call police,
An eyewitness to the collapse
Paul Reviera, 34. who lives In
the next building, said "at least
10 persons";, resided In the
wrecked structure. j
NEW BROKER Paul HJ
Friedman, (above) .former as assistant
sistant assistant supply director of the
Panama Canal Co., is back on
the Isthmus as representative
of the New York stoqk broker brokerage
age brokerage firm of Thomson Sc Mc Mc-Kinnon.
Kinnon. Mc-Kinnon. Friedman, whose wife,
Beverly, is vice president of
the- Inter-American Women's
Club,, resigned from the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal organization on
Dec. 31. 1058, after 15 years of
serviced His office v is, located
on 55th. Street, ner to Hotel
-.W 'El Panama. 'a,
PARIS, (UP)-It was spring.
US Draffs Disarmament
To Present At London Confab
llsv York Cnisads
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Jays Billy Graham
NEW YORK. Mav 18 (UP)
Evangelist Billy Graham said
last night his crusade, against
new.xorJts crime and sin al
ready appears to be more suc successful
cessful successful than any campaign he
has ever undertaken. He said the
New York Crusade is backed by
"probably, the greatest concen
tration of prayer in the history
o( the Christian Church."
"People the-'world over ar
praying for the success of th't
-crusade," he said. "This is the
ne everyone Is !ntereted,,in. I
can feel their prayers."
Graham's second night '"audi '"audience
ence '"audience at Madison Square Garden
was logged by Garden officials
at 13.000.. a-drop of 5.500 from
the near capacity gathering; at
opening night. But Graham said
he thought it was proportion
ately a record for second night.
"It always drops off the second
was Paris. And the heart of in-
nish sailoi Urho Kukkamaa was
liffhr ant', cav. It was light even
when officials caught up' wiU; him
and Kt-.nt him fiving back to Fui-
IftfflH I..:'..'-..' . .. ..
Th 19-vejtr.old Kukkamaa. who
bears an astonishing resemblance
to the late ector James Dean, be-
ean his spring wyii oy missus
hi. hin rust week in. Monrovia,
Liberia. The Finnish consul mere
decided lo' fly him to fconoon
uW.hi ahionine company has
i But u-nen rne- Diane aioppeu uu
f Pari. Mnrtdiv Kukkamaa slip
tua mviav ta see the sights. With
(nNtinct he headed for
Hi PiiratU district where he had
an apparently iiniorgewBuie um
with fun-loving xeroaie eumv"
tia mt warning, with" a, happy
.mil and ah empty Wallet, Kuk-
it the Finnish
consulate and requested financial
first aid. The consul sem a i
.tr-.iaM hark tn the airport and
tked. French air police to put
him on the next plane for London.
i-.,vir&a whni name 18 rin-
-1.1, tnr 'Tmintrv Of. J! lowers,
was seized with nostalgia for hi
new found friends and he climhed
out via the crew iaaaer.;ne doju doju-ed
ed doju-ed a cliy a bound bus but sn air
port inspector rscognwa mm.
hauled him nacs.. ? ... nry
u. nlipfd aboard a third
flieht for London, and the adven-
i.r. chnuld have ended there. Ot
iui. tnront about Kukkamaa un
til Thursday veiling.- StiU smiling,
he alightMl from a fiane ;jifst
irom Lonaon ;'i :
n.iti.h nthnr!tiB v refused tO
let him enter that country, he hap-
niainid. because t he was
s-h returned to Paris.
D..t ki. a return to Pigalle
went awry. Tne :imnisn conui
entenced him tospend the night
in the airport waiting room.
Airline hostesses, charmed by
h's handsome smile,' took .up i
.olUalinn in na HIS WST lnio rr
is for a last fling. rencn pouce
yetoed the idea.
After a hearty meal provided
hv Air Frtnce. the stul smuing
Kukkamaa wa placed abnard, his
fourth London-bouna piane,
r J t i j Zt2l V 7 -I V ' T ."T"' ouc7 ""a odi j xne K ussian
iuc ., vniicu lOLMbca, vuvivu9xj- en
couraged by Russia's recent will"
jixucm to law UUBH1MS, ue xaus, r ;1ratnin TT C m,l,t.. kiij "
"rvi -inii.i. 'i m,. "', tne United States and Alaska
SSS this eountrypatrolled Sibe,
to question them
iwork today on a new disarmament
ft proposal for presentation later this
month to the London conference
ert Cutler special assistant totteVeltaefioT
President for national tunrh, .f . "er
. t wuMia wuuiu wdicn lor
The decision to draft 1 a new
American position .. was disclosed
by the State Department following
a 2V hour conference between
Secretary of State John Foster talks
Dulles, Harold E. Stassen and oth
er top U.S. officials..
i "Til, 11am jH J Lli
But department spokesman- Jn.r""!0,1""11"1 flAs ?ews con-
could not equate the western U.S.
"ii aiways drops on me i
The energetio evangelist
This wearhar report for the
24 hevrs endinfl a.m. today,
ii aaprl by the Metoerele Metoerele-fical
fical Metoerele-fical and Hydrf raphic Branch
mf the Panama Canal Cemeanvi
i i wet w
VCumi' uuTihivt t ton i itu iai tit t run ck
." MIDNITE SHOW!
"DECAMERON NIGHTS", Wjoai fontaixi
SUNDAY, MAT II
The energetio evangelist said
he was so encouraged' by tne
turnout for his war on- ia that
he expects to extend It well be beyond
yond beyond the originally planned six
weeks. He said he hoped to hold
a giant outdoor meeting for 100, 100,-000
000 100,-000 persons this fall In Yankee
Stadium or the Polo Grounds.
Some 543 "inquirers' made "de "decisions
cisions "decisions for Christ" last night
after hearing- Graham In a fiery
Indictment of "this morally sick
world." The handsome, S&-year-old
crusader dropped some of the
restraint of his previous night's
sermon, but the address still was
somewhat snort of the "hell fire
and brimstone" of an ttld-fash-
loned revival meeting.
Earlier Thursday, Graham told
a group of ministers that "God
will near the prayers of his peo people
ple people until the cleansing; stream
will flow like a river through this
He told the ministers his cru
sade was on the verge of scoriag
a "major breakthrough" In the
battle to win' the city's "un
churched' millions to Christ.
Hit By Mystery
Station, President. v Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's disarmament advisor, told
reporters earlier that prospects
arc bettor: than over for a
"first-stop small cut in arma arma-mont."
mont." arma-mont." tie said such a step
would involve arms, manpower,
military spending and a tost
disarmament inspection plan.
' He then went to the Stall De
partment. where he made "a full
report on the status" of the Lon
don disarmament tlks which he
just attended. The talks are in
recess tor the next 10-davs.
Others invited to "attend InrlnHoH
Defense Secretary Charles E. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Chairman Lewis L. Strauss of
tne Atomic Energy Commission,
Allen W. Dulles, chief of the Cen-
."The meeting today was the: be
gjnmg ? of discussion which will
Couple To Return j
To Russia; Leave
Four Sons In US
Of US Armed M!ht
WASHINGTON Mav 1 nrtn
America's armed might'pass might'pass-ed
ed might'pass-ed in review before mlllione? at
home ; and ; abroad today, with
the proudly un velUnsr 1 1 h e 1 r
newess jtpuan-button weapons
and proclaiming their ability to
uncBt may enemy, -t.
With Siberia in any such plan.
.- Ssuch a proposal would require
lead to further formulation of the ZrZ? "e.r lr9m
United States position in the light fousM STiAtT
of various enLg proposals, Wt S
eluding the Soviet proposals of -A-t ? f Vongrf s;
pm w, iteap said. -r Stassen is expected to--confer
liter;, with, the President and'posi
siuiy wiin me aecunty .council. -Stassen
Said no agreement h
been reached in London as yet
on .the test area. But he added
that it is clear the first move in.
ward disarmament -would include
an "open skies" .aerial' insDection
CHICAGO (UP) 'Two p,,.'.,1:" t'-j'. .J,k.
t, : j . xjvuuvu lams are ueing con-
!?-P!rSJtf fVe dec,de.d to ducted by representatives of the
bandon their four sons in thisriiinit tat. . i u.;t.i
country and return to the So-LnA ron.rf 'hi Ji
vlet Union forever, according to the .United Nations Disarmament
Stassen said it is "known and i
clear" that all five nations, in including.
cluding. including. Russia, are concentrating
on Bn effort to negotiate "wh at
can be described as a partial a-
greementon a limited arms i re
(Suction as a first steep': toward
The first step- hfe jaid, would
involve ."armaments, manpower,
expenditures and;- inspection." r
'! Mr.-' and Mrs, George Kozmin
proDADiy will leave as early as
next ureek; Stephen Love, an at
torney hired by", the Russian
Embassy in Washington, said.-'
? Love also blasted a decision
by .family,. Court t Judge jJohn
Clayton Jr. that the boys aged
B months to 10 years, should re remain
main remain In America.
GUlded u missile f hla-hlirif. 4
the annual observance of Arm.
ed, Forces Dav. with it pa
Iai D....U. -
v envc meme, more man t-
cr oetore. ine people got their
first look at a flock of amazino
new "birds" deslsned t
enemy oomoers irom the sky and
pursue grouna targets.'
' Political overton
into the eighth annual celebra-
uon aeaicaiea to UJ5. fighting
men . Military sneech ma r-
nmiuca an economy-bent con con-tress
tress con-tress against defense budget
slashes, and went aft-r n.,hii
mgner pay ior slkll-
t uanoiing. atomic age
TTrged by Presidenjl Eiseiihow.
er to nonor their a.8po,000 men
and women -In uniform, Ameri Americans
cans Americans flocked to narai ..f
. - BUU
jamiuea some z.boo camps, air airports,
ports, airports, seaports and other instal
iauons noidlnfe- "nnn
iiciB una -overseas.
t srircowvnl.lE." Fla. Mav IS
(UP V The aircraft carrier Frank
lin D. Roosevelt lert nere rsici-
day for a Norfolk dry docs, ana
Navy officials hope to clear up
4-Waa. OMVitOPV. nf tra. underwater ob
ject that rammed the big s h I p's
hull at sea Wednesday.:
.Meanwhue, a wavy saivago amp
a a aonar-eauiooed mining ves
sel stesmed to the scepe of t e
accident tome mues -on w
rinrida mart to in- if they can
tinA n avidence of the 'object.
Th Ma carrier suffered a bent
and damaced propulsion
Aiii n me b( in the collision.
the scene and speculation arose
immH t!v that the 45.000 -ton
kin Hai rammed a submarine
n.rt ih Va chief of information
in Washington, Rear Adm. Whitey
Tartar, md a aenniieu ora
hit a sub. .'
AU U.S. aubmaruief In the" area
are accounted for and there have
been no unidentified toreign un-
H.rwit-r craft in tne area,
Th-ra war a sllO TrDOrtS that
ih shin isht Save hit a deref
Kct ship that' hid never gone to
the bottom.-of the ocean.
Miamians To Load Up On lOO-Proof Whisky
A t Police Exp enseFor Sake Of Set en ce
MIAMI (UP) A dozen guys kro H W sttf forinf dnenk f "We're not going to get the peo peo-will
will peo-will get loaded legaDy on 100-' bo a Mfhwer monoco. pie stone drunk.," Nicol said. "But
proof whisky tonight ia the Mart The 12 private volunteers from while the drinkers appear to be
of police tests to are why so ma different walks f hie will drink sober, the tests win clearly show
ny tipsy drivers have been beat- about three gallons of bonded their driving Ability has b e e a
ing the headquarters drunkome- whisky Saturday, with police pkk- impaired by alcohol,
ter. tag op the tab aa official said. "We know, what we wil find.
The guzzlers tonight, and ia sue-! "We pis a to use the so called But we want the public U know,
costive mass debaucheries at po- heavy drinkers as well as the so- too.1
UCC Clonic, win mm cwci aaara- oaf annsrT wn uan iw mt a
ed at a nearby airport with the three martinis at a party," Jo-' Mcol said the test wiU not fcel
press kept out of sniffing distance, seph Nicol, laboratory technJcua conducted along u bact m tne
authorities said. s' n for the bureau, iplams. iceot eTrpenment r in municipal
The Dado Cowmry Criminal After the gjjnea pin are court when Willi an Rose, a husky
Bwraax of InvosfifoHofi saio it broored themsHvei p to Nicol' s ex-Nsry flier, draaik a fuirt of
wonts evidence to eKete b4 -satiifirtiofl. he said, they will wnisky for officers and sull was
motorists mnd proapocfiao Iwroro !take tests for riausl and pkySKal nt constdered drtink by th e
hy showint a jafaw does not irtactioa and coordnaUoa. v idrufikeaeur reading.
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wMJi hot wire all around, two
students watch as Instructor
Cliff Booch, right, teons out to
replsco an insulator on a live
SS, POO-volt wire.
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