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trAsEtwerox,"ittai'15' arm) ;:, The Organization, of A.4,'
merican States cancelled'today a committee meeting at which
, a five-nation investigating team plaimed. to,.draft its final,
rePort MI-the recent invasion orPenami.
. ,The committee, made, up of representatives of Bracil,,
Argentitle,13areguay, Coste Oicti, and the United Statee, call,
ed off' a scheduled meetlng because, draft report was not'
ready and some of the representatives were not in town.
Argentine Arebassador Cesar Barroa ,Ifurtado; a-member
.of the ,coMmittee, hat ActtLyet returned to:Washington, froms,:
&trip to Argentina. -,.0v4r ,
Me committee plans to dreft report outlining its aeti aeti',titles
',titles aeti',titles in' going to Pananti to bring, a halt to 'An inviRion
stagedlY more than 90 Cubans:
l'''Ke'' el I 'Lld Fa' r.' Navy s
fir''st uc' ea r esttoer
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Q,,,Ncit; Wis., May 15AUPI) -Added;,,, 'the: nuClear- sub subp
p subp .;-,p,,,The keel of the Navy first Marines,:oruisept. and a carrier,
,4,4 nuelear.Powdered guided, mis- which are under construction,
,, sile ','' destroyer,, '' the-, Bainbridge, the 1 Bainbridge '-will ''',coroplete
- 'was laid at-the Bethlehem Steel the ;, shipe reontred '. for ,,a task
Conipanrs ihiP3fardkhere today:, totes op the atomic, age.'.
' ., More then 700 per so )1 s :. ',,)...-,:' i .- t -x, k, ,'
'' beard' Leverett Saltonstalt,at '1SaltOnstall,1, Irk,: tbk Ipeeh's
'adittst.). say 'the vessenundoubt- 'paid, tribute to Vice '44.cim.:' ,Hy
'4edly woulctliar, a profound ef-' man ,ci. IlickOver iyhOille, said,
tect..r- e cepthiet ,.:', naval 4fcan. 'truly be called, thPlather
""., ,,,:,,,,,var. ,,'''i, ' 4 '."''''''','''.i., .4 '4" .:''',' ot 23,11,01ear ,PowerIn lhipa,' ,a
,0.2-0.i,,,,,,,s, ,Ityllitll' tilt 'Markt p 4 etritt be-41':,1 ,, :, -,..... :: ..,.. ,,,, ,,.:::7. t:::7:tr.S.
', ''.' : Whir Pf Snot' her bright new ora rilIAA 'al 1111 11, .- ..,-
tor, the:United States Nav,0 an- fLaavrtil tr...-7:3yas -;-
' other ,,.;,,ruiestone '',' tot ,, "Wilted , 1 ,- , .-
States- ,leadership 'throughout Illt ..'my '
the world," the senator said. v s,
vue le tAneld-
,,,,A,1 it inarlis-another great ,,,e. .,.... ,,., ,., ,: ,
accomplishment An, the long
and 'proud history ot this .shlp- In Ilohdat Dill ''
I' paid." '. 4 i.. .. -- ,..! ,,, .3.k, -'! , i
' ate Bainbridge, wanted, for, -'14.-szyueral Inimiloyes of tit...U.S.'.
Cam; WiMam 'Bainbridge, MO '-
government.( are due for sotne
'vat hero 'of Ahe 'Tripoli War ext,ra holidays, if the bill 'which
and, the Wat nt 1.1112, p will 1?,,, was approved by 'the House Post
,tbefeeeend 4:nuclear' Powerga: Office',and4Civic Service Com-"
'' ,Nayy'vessel'httilt' it ths,Quin, Mittee getewn okay, from Con Coney
ey Coney yard. The first, the guided grew; and it signature from the
';') missile ortdaer-Lowit'Beachp is rresident. '
scheduled 'to be launched in 1 si.,
, JuIV .. ,, .', 1, ; -, -, The bill,' knovm as H.R. 5752,.
' Carrying -surface4o-air ter- would grant federal employes
x, riet missiles and the latest anti- benefits ter holidays that occur
' eiPxnarine weapons in addition on Saturdays. The bill en it it.;
.; it.; ,to conventional armaments, the ported will become effective
'Bainbridge will be capable of a july .1., if Approved by the Con ConvirtUally
virtUally ConvirtUally unlimited 'cruising ra- gres ,sand President.
' dius at higher speeds than con- ,
Ventionally pewered destroyers. This wotild make July Fourth
' It is scheduled for, delivery to the first Saturday holiday t,o be
' tthe Nayyln January, 1962. observed under the law. It had
3 been hoped that -the proposed
I -. legislation would 'be enacted
- i; o prior to Memorial Day May 30,
, also on wSaturday.
' The annotmcetoent of t,he
' 0 111 ., House, approval was made by'
-Cthese 'llan-of4 ar
pr , -,,, ,., -,:.r-, ,, .- .,-- it, t,he natienal office of the Amer Amer'
' Amer' ilere Since 111'11
, ican Federation of Government
' ,,,,, proployes in 'Washington: MC.
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, Tba 4 :Atli" 1. Nationaliat Chinese 7 ,
III 11111 blonde-red
, gnaw-of-war to visit. the Canal Zone
a ' since world-Mar II transited the ,,,, '; ,, ,
Panama Canal today after arriving
'b.' at Cristobal last night. UV US in C666,' ,'
, The Nan Yang. a 1700-ton 'for-
pi mer. American destroyer, tied up -I-
at ildman 14"11 Statin ',"11 aft iiestennan Diderot
' ernoon.-", It '- will depart Sunday 1
' morning' forSan Diego.1 ,' ,.
Members iof the Chinese colony 1,,' vitICAGO, May 13 (UPI)
In ,Paname and the U.S. Navy in George W Westerman, Panallia,
' thelCana Zone wM fete the ship's delegate to the United Natb3ns,1
' personnel during its twoday visit. charged last night the United
1 stag 'dinner for the officers and States has "engendered consider considerNo
No considerNo grew of the Nan. Yang, given ,by able M wM" in the Plinamit 'Calla
the Chinese. community. will open Zone through wage discrimination
, the -festivities tonight., against native& r
I Members of the Chinese' COIOn ' ''
WesterMan said tne 1IS. govern governarM
arM governarM 'be welcomed aboard the ship ment le guilty' of "unfair labor
4' 't -or, a tour tomorrow. Visiting' vtill m.,,,,t,te er because of ,
4begli'at '210 p.m. instead ol at 1 -, -- h a 'policy of
mainta n ng low rates of pay for
.''' p.m4 torannounced earlier. locally hired persRns."
The Nan Yang is commanded by
Capt.. Yang' Sung Chun and, has a
' Ile said that policy' "has persist persist.
. persist. complement .of 20. officers and 190
enlisted men,, :', ed from the construction days' ot
:'..! the Panama Canal to the present.
I. "This policy has engendered con con'i''
'i'' con'i'' -,Dame'l argot Off siderable ill will -toward the Unit Unit'
' Unit' 'Pi-p, up. ip.'t ,', ed States and is', Cause for. much
)'' ' 'To WorOvi, For disillusionment among the thou thousands
sands thousands of employes workigg for the
, ,, s
This Nan Yin is commanded by -,---, ,--,---7- ,
Capt., Yang Sung Chun and. has a He said that policy' "has persist persist'
' persist' complement of 20, officers 'and 190 ed from the construction days' ot
enlisted mentl, the Pinama Canal to the present.
, "This policy has engehdered con con-
- con- I pA
,uamelviargot Ott siderable ill will toward the 'Unit 'United
ed 'United States and is Cause for nutch
o arsaw, or
disillusionment among the thou thousands
sands thousands of -employes workigg for the
, US. tovernment in the Canal
, svo r
h .rerrormances zone ;
- t N m rup
,,,,, 0 0 p, &I. 1-41g- -',,Westerman said that President
' lerina Margot Asonteyn flY to Ernesto de'la Guardie4r. 'of Pan PanWarsaw
Warsaw PanWarsaw ,tomorrow for twO per- ame hat warned 'President Eisen Eisen:tormances
:tormances Eisen:tormances next week. bower that, the discriminatory ,pay
DAM Margot Asst. month watt policies have ,"a most unfavorable
',Itriefli jailed in Panama where her effect upon U.S.-Panama
' husband, former ,Panamaniatt Am- uoucts
, bassador to Britain Dr. ,Alberto .4(- De la ,Guardia told 'Eisenhower
is allegedly hrVolved: !an that the 'present pay system does
' ',Abortive revolution.' , , not takd into-account the, indivi indiviThe
The indiviThe ,British ballet atar will sp- dual ,employe's merits. :
ptnr in two performinces with the -Westerman was ,,' the keynote
- .1Polish National Ballet next Tuts- Speaker at the opening of the first
' day end Friday...She was schedtded annual Exposition of the Negro in
to return to London May 2t, ,Business and Culture. ,
Delegates and secretariat' have-teen' Invited fc
Inspectiottvisit to tho COnjuntt Canaton Sunday. List
not cOmpleted yet, but many plan, tcr'tha e the tnp4
In taking the choir toda3r, Ele- etk4, 1'1'11ot:411i only thing
ta also paid tribute to the al,4A ing the area 'back. He re
given. Panama by Cepal in- the' Iso to Alenicre' of land"
preparation of its report "giving isms 'and the ieed fir tech
a retional' approach to our prob- of agricultural, planning.
lems." ." Of the training of mem
He also said the Cepal is con- he said that,industry' has tl
tributing 'powerfully toward portant dynamivufunction
&breaking, the old economic sorbing the vastliumbers o
moulds,' which is necessary if iple wbci cannot profitably I
there is to be a free now of caPt- to work at agriculture. T1
No observed that In-the past 20
years Panama has been carry.
mg out a complete reorganiza
tion of its structure and working
toward a new orientation.',
Prebisch touched on maay
points froin finance tO water
power. Ho- called for clear-cut
"However groat foreign aid
may be," he observed, "How
ever strong a ribbon of hor sip
ports (is woven) Latin Amorl
ea will not --achieve hor goals
unless Ski, makes a sustained
effort to groats capital "goads
Industries 'so roquirod now, Aunt'
von mono' so in 25 years."
'rim lack of markets, he yam
The- contract for this wOrk,
was awarded in December to L.I
R. Sommer. The work 'involved
the movement of 375,000 cubic
yards of material tor embank,
Ment fills and the constructiori
of a detour road for .Thatnne
Highway, which .wM Continue
in, use until ,completion of tbe
, All of 'the road' Work has been
completed and alr: but., about
40.000 cubic feet of ,Mster.isl, te
be moved has been accomplish accomplished.
ed. accomplished. it is presently expected that
all work on ,the contract will be
complted early, next menth,
'', Work ,remaining'. to. be done
includesthe drainage structures
and sprigging the embank embankments.
ments. embankments. This work has already
been,p started. The, excavation
and work remaining ,to be
done all on the Cang side
of rartan Hill. 1,
For Approach Fill
The first major construction
contract tor the Pa 111111111 Canal
bridge, the apprbach fill on the
west bank, is nearing comple4
The- contract for this work
was awarded in December to L.
R. Sommer. The work 'involved
the movement of 375,000 cubic
yards of material tor embank,'
Ment fills and the construction
of a detour road for !Matcher'
Highway, which .wM Continue
in, use until ,completion of tbe
bridge:. )4,, ,
, All of the road' ivork 'has been
completed and air: but about
40,000 cubic feet of Material, to
be moved has been accomplish accomplished.
ed. accomplished. it is presently expected that
all work on the contract will be
complted early next Mtn
'', Work remaining: to. be done
Includesthe drainage structures
and sprigging the embank embankments.
ments. embankments. this work has already
been,, started. The, excavation
and work remaining ,to be
done all on the Cang side
Training of,i,ttinanpolver;-, 'right down 'the line"
frOriftachnicion and expertt,to laborers is (ma Ot Lat.-
ini-Americ,it's 111'00, Raid Prebisch, Of 'Argen 'Argentina
tina 'Argentina told Ihe'firit'waiking session of Cepa! today.
"IniprovingIlik'ality af manpower cannot be over
emphoSizedill, the'vCepatp(ecutivir secretary thld -the
eighthsessio0 ,ofttheAl,t1, Etanomic COMIlliSSIOn for Lit Litin
in Litin America.
Prebisch:spokeaiter PanaM6's chief delegate,- Fin Finance
ance Finance Minister' Feritandolletai had rbeen chosen by pop popular,
ular, popular, acClaim asliresident of the meeting and had taken
Thelneeting ivai formalliopened last night'hy'Pres night'hy'President
ident night'hy'President Erliastii de lci...tuaidia,, Jr., who thanked Cepa! for
a special report:prepared pn the economy of Panama. The
President -also called:4pr' oPen..debate on the. report, on
Diked' Nitiens- iiniirjit, Sweden's ;Dale:Vim ;Dale:Vim,
, ;Dale:Vim, Marskjoid left, eariy:,,to.day;:after making ths keynoteepech
I'delegatel.f8eitezusia' it9ster ;,f,, Finance
NIOice's :delegate FlaCide'Cirpta chosen firet
Duba't, -, iecend vice vicepresidentind
presidentind vicepresidentind Chite'el.4Ni-Marty: was aiclairiled rappOrteur.,
After'Aulif:"debate 4tgenda oflhe 'fileeting was a-,
dopted4 r r ,
Se S i NM continue this afternook:,and tomorrow.
nioriling: No! sessielis ilic',expected',Sunday, Committees,
Mist doWn:, te work Motiday ,13n, specific gond& subjects.
Delegates,: and secritailat, have-teen': Invited for an
at have teen Invited for an
a'Canair on Sunday Lists aro
plan, tO''-iila s trip4
poled, Is'not the only thing hold,
ing the area back. He referred
iso to Alenure' of land" prob problems
lems problems and the lined fir technique&
of agricultural planning.
Of the training of manpoWer,
he said that-industry has the im important
portant important dynamiclunction of ab absorbing
sorbing absorbing the vastliumbers of trio triopie
pie triopie wbd cannot profitably be put
to work at agriculture. Training
must bt at air accelerated rhythm,
moututimitu st.ruu st.ruuHtt,,
Htt,, st.ruuHtt,, allo,t4i4Oned that nlanit tures.
Latin Americans,' in the so called
service ,tradee' are badly and hilts me these two meetings
ineffielently employes. Those class- so different in their purpose
ed In thiyeategory should not be and character, exempligy the
confuSed. the '"services" wisdom el the authors of the
group 'profitably' employed in the uN charter when they, for the
more, highly developed countriee. first time in the hittery of in.
In opening "the eighth session ternational organizations, plat,
of Cepal, President de la Guar. nd political, economic and so.
dia, commended, the. work of pre- chit objectives on filo same
vieus meetings and stressed the footing."
Importance 'or this one.
yo, 1 flammarskjoicl'a very 'presence
"Preblents ef event sort in Panama, while the Geneva
recnt.,, up Allset ';ustitnewst, men- mieting is on,' underlined the sm smilers,
ilers, smilers, between, the peoples ef pctrtance of CepaL
, Lads -Amerkti 'and theist hope ,Tracing the common' Market
of better.'standard of Ovine." dea, the UN secretary general
,Ifitocutivo obsorrd commended the start toward that
addedt end by Central Amirican coun counLatin
Latin counLatin Arnerican ye ,trieit.
e to, solve unempleyment, ult.( 'many of the illusions which
der consumptioni and-o if I may May have existed ip the past
coin 'a worsub-culture." seem to disappear gradually, and
there is, at least comceptually, a
''iRe took note that important re- substantial measure of agreement
&AS of such, pregrams as Cepa) on the way to, handle 'such prob probdiscusset
discusset probdiscusset must 'be achieved in lents as inflation, rates of ex.
the, near flitUre:t ,Vri ' change, agricultural policies and
; Lathy America. epoplee are price structure:
inpatient, 'la 'Guardia said, '"Obvleusly puny obstacles
end ,often hive Attie, understand. wisy defeat the 'policies design.
lig st the causes, of 'their troll ad to achieve the stated Mao,
bles', In this situation, the mass fives, but at least one con say
mit'linten te'and, take na0 that problems' are no more, as
of demagogitek,"4. the past, problems of prince
7,11e, observed thit there is no pies, or philosophy, but prima.
sure 'outcome for, lean America, ally problems 6f Implements.
bat hailed. UniteC,Statet, support Hon.."
, Malobre, in' replying for the
delegates, took note that it is fit.
Army Cable,.Shlo ting this important conference be
t, ,,,, 1' held here,, where ,the lirst Pan, A
Tii'ArriViStinday r, merican meeting took place
, year 'ago at ,,the call of Simon
From Peal!! Harbor lie, emphasized' that actual att-'
, nations exist wMch th,e Cepal
't Army ablit ship id- shotdd attempt to ,detal with. I
bert Myers 'Is scheduled tO yet, example, the rate of ecd ecdarrive
arrive ecdarrive at,Balboa, iBuriday Otero, eomie growth in Latin America
frtnu Pearl Rarbore havbeen going down while its pn
ThitAship, operated by it Civil pulation rises.
Service,' Crew. will be berthed Malobre also observed that th that'
at' that' Rodman,. Nayal Station until new: tendency in the economic
Thur3daii ,Viten $t Will, trarusit poliey of the 'United Stater
the Canal end, continun en' Its should be of aiiL la teaching scP
journey. te klev,!ingtors, NZ. 'ALL
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' CEFAL'S EIGHTH 'SESSION was convened in the Legislatfie Palace last night when an introducto-ry address by President Ir..- '.
nest de la Guardia Jr., followed Panami's national anthem. UN secretary general Dagliamraanklold, far right, made tile Itep.,,,,
mote speech. On dais at left are Foreign Minister Miguel J, !Oren ,o Minister of Government and Justice Jose D. Bann, And be- ''''-:;
tiond, Minister of Treasury Fernando Eleta, who was Chosen president of tho conference today. On 10Wer level is Canal Zonce.
v. William 'E. Potter, in white suit, and beside him, Lt. poi,. John D. McElheny.
of Abe Inter-American Develop
meht Bank as a forward turn.
I Of Panama, he said his own
1 Country is often accused of not
having moved to establish -an in independent
dependent independent economy, and of try try'nut
'nut try'nut depend too largely on in income
come income from the Panama ,Canal.
But an examination of the rec record
ord record will show that during the
past 10 years,. and currently Pa Panania
nania Panania has taken and is taking
many constructive concrete steps
Isettet her domestic economy,
and 'put her own house in order.
As evidence of Pena m's in.
hulls, in 41se,,, 'overall Isemi Isemi'
' Isemi' spherervoisloostio
try hat, scheduled special
'seminar it the end of the Co Copal
pal Copal meeting. An attempt win
be made -to map out a piactic-,
al ten-year-plan for Panama.
Following the President, Ham Hamm
m Hamm arskjold told delegates that
while the UN stands behind the
'common market plan it would be
a mistake to consider it a t'ina t'inagic
gic t'inagic mire for all ills."
Latin America's improvement,
he stressed, is inevitably tied up
with world situations.
' Hammarskjold also spoke of
the relation between the Confer Conferonce
once Conferonce of Foreign Ministers to
which the UN is now host at Ge Geneva,
neva, Geneva, and the Cepal here. Ile
"I cannot fail to etnphasize
how the progress of the less-de.
veloped parts of the world is de dependent
pendent dependent upon the relaxation of
tensions and the solution of poli political
tical political problems.
"In turn, the urge for economic
development is emerging as one
of the potential unifying factors
in the world of today, felt as it
is in virtually all colintries, inde independent
pendent independent of political greeds, philo
sophies and institutional struc structures.
tures. structures. "To me these two meetings
so different in their purpose
and character, exempligy the
wisdom of the authors of the
UN charter when they, for the
first time in the hittory of in international
ternational international organizations, plat,
eel political, economic and so sochit
chit sochit objectives on the same
Iflammarskjoid'a very 'presence
in Panama, while the Geneva
mieting is on,' underlined the im importance
portance importance of Cepal.
,Tracing the common' inarkel i idea,
dea, idea, the UN secretary general
commended the start toward Unit
WASHINGTON (UPI) A top
congressional aide was indicted
today on charges of publishing
and circulating anonymous, cam camoaign
oaign camoaign literature intended to defeat
former Rep. Robert H. Mollohan
A federal 'grand jury returned
a three-count indictment against
Keith H. Jaques, former executive
assistant to Rep. Arch' ,Alfred
Moore Jr, (R-W. Va.) and, new
legislative assistant to Sen.,',Wal Sen.,',Wallace
lace Sen.,',Wallace F. Bennett (R-Utah.).
The Itanel accused JhoueS of
putting out a pamphlet called' the
"UnitPl ItinerF, inurnal" awl bat battened
tened battened after the actual United
Mine Workers Journal, which cast
Molloban in an Lott-labor light
, Justice Department sook3s sook3smanAtaid
manAtaid sook3smanAtaid James was on Moore's
staff at ,the time thn pamphlet
Was circulated last fall in the
West ,:Virginir congressionar dis dis.
Moore defeated Mnliohan in 'he
Demoerat's bid Jo unseat him.
Conies the,' namphilt distri distributed
buted distributed WO Justice Department
carried slogans on the c ov er
Which reall "Mollohan Takes
Scab'Kick-Backs" and "Millers
Fleeced of Jobs by Mollohin."
Jaques twos charged with vio violating
lating violating the Federal Corrupt Prac Prac""es
""es Prac""es ,Aet which bars distribleion
.1 anonymous eanipsign material.
'be' maximum' penalty on convic conviction
tion conviction is a fine of $1,000 or imprison imprison1
1 imprison1 ment for ono year, or botb on
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To Panama Post
MEXICO ary, May 15 WM
The Foreign' Office announc announced
ed announced today the appointment of
Rafael Urdaneta de la Tour as
ambassador in Panama.
Urdaneta, a career diplomat,
has served as Mexican consul
in New Orleans, Montreal, St.
Louis, Stocknolm, Tucson and
Phoenix. He has also, represent represented
ed represented his country' at various inter international
national international coOferencs.
MANILA (UPI)The headless
body of a Christian farmer 'was
found floating in a creek yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, signalling that the courting
season had started among the
fierce Ilongot tribesmen of north northezn
ezn northezn Luzon. :'','-
Three farmers were ambushed
in the mountains Tuesday.
Constabniary, Uffiehts 'assumed
the head had been presen ed to a
32 Nabbed In US-Wide:
Crackdown On Gamblinj
AT LUNCHEON' YESTERDAYUN secretarr Reneral Dag Hammarskjold holds a diplma he
has received on accepting an honorary mernberShip in Panarna's ACademy of International
Law. Dr, Octavio Fabrega presented the dipleme, at ,the Union Club yesterday. Others, left
to right, are Foreign Minister Miguel J. wren Jr., Chief Justice Ricardo Morales and ex- .7'
President Dr. Harmodio Arias. 4
WASHINGTON, May 15 (UPI) four in Middletown, Ohio, two meThntse atorrebsutsy wgersesointaadxe su:anidepr
Federal tax agents have in Lexington, Ky., and one each the Federal Wagering Act which
launched a nationwide crack- in Niagara Falls, N.Y., and To- requires gamb 1 1 n g establish establishdown
down establishdown on gambling. ledo, Ohio.
They arrested 32 persons in and to turn 'over to the federal
seven cities late yesterday in a If convicted, the arrested gonverentaJuesnttles10:eorerctmenettnotpra)111
series of precisely timed raids men face fines of $10,000 and gross income.
aimed at wiping out a gambling tall terms of up to five years.
syndicate which operated faun
coast to coast, The tax agents netted piles vided key information on the
Included in the arrest Were 12 cf boolcmaking records, lottery alleged violations and issued
persons in Los Angeles, six each boards, gambling equipment warrants for the arrests, the
In Ban Francisco and New York, and cash in addition to their ErcRoleo.sv(neenue Service spokes m en
Bgn urhei (II sdv is elm Tra os FhuAe Asr dk ,,,,s :
prisoners, one of the men ar- said.
rested was carrying $8,000 in
Congressm,an s Aid
An Internal R,evenue Service N
ndicted On Corrupt snP:okaegnakaanr, asnargamtnbelersa;loergme cl
ed a loosely knit combine In .,
Prachces Charge which bookmakers agreed to lay
off bets with each other.
in the mountains Tuesday. The Soviets'i hive forged, a es
Censtabolary, offiehls 'assumed in crlotronl, .it,rculat arvi snrh
the head had been presen ed to a ers,but are not known 'to be build-
lady love by an liongot buck set ing 0, large or straight
on proving ha was bravo enough Ilne,' divices of the' tYpo destine,
to ba .ber husband. lot Stanford, I
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NEW YORK, May 1S .(LIPL,',Aio
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ask for 100 million dollars trOm
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But one scientist associated with, ;,
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Russians maY be ready to( test 4
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completion of the projected nu. ,!
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!. RETAIL STORE WORKING HOURS
'' The following memp was sent to all employes of he retail
'. ,.. -in compliancy with Sec. 3.03, (c), (1), Chapter H2. Per Pert
t Pert ;..1. pnei Manital,, you are, hereby informed that, as a retail store
7 you are engaged in an operation which is of such a
at your shift houra are subject to change for short
' AVIA o time withOut any specified advance notice. You ,are.
,;.- hdwever, ured that such (deviations from the scheduled basic
work wee will be Made only when necessary. and you will be
given as., uch advazice notice of changes as circumstances per pert
t pert Vt w :Wigned by obi Jail.
' woUld like to ask J.13.13. and his associates:
".;' Have thty read the regulations of the Panama Canal Com Com,.
,. Com,. Pik .., ',1'
. sk'' Imes .13.p. know that all his employes work more than
- light Imre a da, some of them as much as 45 hours a week,
without getting any overtime for the extra five hours? I
".! Any retail, Store manager will acknowledge this, unless he
' blind or.,In' the corner of .1.13.11 and his associates.
.'', --lt; suggest that if J.111. is having trouble balancing the books
''' K-Wuld bear in mind that .it was he;and not the employes
.1 ,atasted the money.
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: STUDENTS IN BALBOA THEATER ,
f. Several 041 ago meetings were held.at both BIM and the
Mnitor high sthool. The student association, the administrators
Mettle manager of the Balboa Theater were interested par partt0.
tt0. partt0. --4,,,"I'''
' Vslats teems that the vandalism and misbehavior of some of
tlia young patrons of the theatre had gotten out of hand, so
, into so that the cover uo policy of the boys down, at Civil Af-,1
fairt had t9 be waived, and the students "better natures" ap ap'
' ap' pealed tei. One thing is for surethe manager came to the right'
I, place.0 for this is where this group of young patrons receive.
thei reducation in morals and manners.
' What helloes not know is that his pleas will get short shrift
I, hi BHS and at' the Junior high. As I say: "This is where thev
get their training in morals and manners and there just isn't
- '.-- T4ie same, thing that the theatre manager is complaining
, 1 about,.occurs every day in the halls and byways of the high
1 school:Indeed lovers stroll arm in arm right under the nose of
' the grand -old man of Balboa High, as he stands grinning and
, noddine "finder the clock" during the change of classes.
Trortunately the students who engage in these practices are
it minority .alid of a certain tYpe, and do not represent the aver average
age average student of BHS..The same gang of "Teenage bums" who
are the aource of trouble at the Balboa theatre have the same
21,0-d at the high school, but nothing serimis is done to curb
t'arm. Not that the boss of Balbba High is not a mean man with
wet noodle,. because he is. The wrists of some of these bums
' .41 lacerated by having been so beatenbut the truth is, he
' couldn't expel a student if he wanted to. which he doesn't, he
cause as soon is he piaci. up the phone for permiasion from
Civil Affairs. he's licked.
i: Disdplining students is not good "public' relations" and they
.,, ain't having any. So altho the theater manager came to the right
place, he.:a talking to the wrong people. And don't forget the
Jr. Hi Stoolis this where it all started?
The Panama Canal Company, Railroad DiVi Si9119 special em employe's
ploye's employe's commuter tickets good for five Round-Trips per calendar
week, not refundable non transferable and unused portion may
be applied sgainst purchase of weekly ticket were surprivingly
change tio read "Valid for (5) Round Trips between Co ln and
Panama. during calendar week ending... Not Refundable Not
This change of wording and action obviously to prove to the
commuters that they are not wanted and should seek other means
of transportation even if they are late for work and are deduct deducted
ed deducted the corresponding amounts for lost time.
The idea that "it is all set up from Balboa Heights or you're
getting a cheaper rate anyhow, take it or leave it," is not the solu solution.
tion. solution. Without the complete amount that the tickets costs us we
dare not ask for it, even at a reduced price. Why then are we not
reimbursed for any unused portion not used or any unused por portion
tion portion applied against the purchase of weekly ticket?
To take what is not one's own is termed stealing. To obtain
goods or money by false statements, a plan to cheat is swindle.
That is exactly what the Transportation and Terminals Bureau,
Railroad Division Panama Canal Company has being doing to the
employes of the United States government here on this strategic
defente out-post since last August.
The 5 am. train had two coaches for the "second-class" coin coinmuters
muters coinmuters and one for the other riders. Since August there 19 onlY
one "second-class" coach for more than 150 commuters, mostly
women who must flight their way into the coaches, and one
"first-clam" coach for the conductor and a passenger, at the most.
In addition, the train stops at 200 300 feet beyond,the Mount
Hope station, where there are no platforms or adecuate facilities
for the female because "there's no spur-track available for bring bringing
ing bringing the train up to the station" even though the train left the
When is the Panama Railroad going to substitute the scoot scooters
ers scooters for the trains? Mter all there are any number of scooters
available that could be used in transporting the employes safely
across the Cruces Trail, land-divide. When is the Panama Rail Railroad
road Railroad Company going to re-active the "turn-able." One must bave
observed the trains north bound with the engines pointing south
and the firemen in the dde seat aside for the engineer. Not that
the firemen are not qualified, but they should be compensated
adequately for pinch-hittings.
Now that "piggy-backs" are in full swing, the suggestion that
motivated the governor railroad men war that almost landed
in court and in which there were no punches barred, we wonder
why the railroad persists in throwing a wet blanket on all pro proposals
posals proposals for better cooperation between the railroad and the com commiters?.
miters?. commiters?. Non-Chameleon.
What is happening to some of the males in the Canal Zone.
Ant the other day I saw a man in one of the public clubs pet petting
ting petting dr stroking the hair of another man, both are married men,
but no matter how meaningless it was, it certainly did not look
good. On other occasions recently I have seen similar things such
as men patting each other's legs and it makes me wonder, what
Can they think this looks like?
'Someone should take inventory in their homes to find out
U it istheir ivive's fault or they just can't realize that men should
, stet like men and shun this sort of action.
When men start winking at one another and making faces
and doing oh go many other things it certainly seems strange.
For the sake of appearance and all concerned let's act like
Men. It could be that the males of my time are out of date. Any Anyway
way Anyway let's take notice.
,,- 4 When the Armed Forces present service pins previous Pan Panemit
emit Panemit Canal service is used in the computation of years of service.
When Panimi Canal presents service pins all except Panama
Canal service le excluded. Even service in our Armed Forcee is
Zot included, much lem other federal time.
," Is this another example of draftdodger Doolan's anti-veteran
discriminitton?. And why doesn't General Potter do something
By VICTOR RIES11,
Gunsmoke and Una-acrid stenet
of exploding dynamite are die
Jrand auras attttes winch are
wiping out millions of doliars in
propel' y ano wagesa few nves,
more lunba and Me patience of
Lae pubnc. Wttd national guard
troops and state police and she sheriffs
riffs sheriffs patrolling torn communities,
exper,a inside the governement
nave begun studying .echniques
for Federal labor courts which
would head off strikes even
those as Foacettd as (le July or
September steel walkout Would be
it it is called.
Of all the systema interesting
government officials, die Austra Australian
lian Australian practice intrigues our spe specialists
cialists specialists the most. We took their
ballot; we may yet take their
system of reason instead of brute
forcewhe,her that. force is of
muscle or, money.
The Australians now operate on
the simple theory that .he com commtinity
mtinity commtinity "is affected by and has an
interest in all industrial disputes.'
Therefore their Conciliation and
Arbi ration Act says. that if both
sides can't conciliate, then the
government spesking for the
community has the right to
makde that decision for them for
a period lasting as long as live
years. The government has the
power to punish with heavy finch
those who defy the decisions.
In the U.S. we are just about
beginning to see labor's admission
that it is a public institution. La Ladies
dies Ladies Garment Worker's Union
Leader David Dubinsky put it
this way to a few of us the other
'A union does not have only a
responsibility to its members and
officers, but to the public, too. A
union is not a private affair. It
is a public institution."
If Dubinsky's attitude seeps
through the rest of U.S. labor, we
may no: be tar from the Australi Australian
an Australian system of indus:rial peace.
Ilere's how it works:
At the very moment a union or
an employer believes there is
dispute, or even a situation which
could lead to a dispute (meapint
possible strike;, he must, under
the law, notify the givernment.
The government can also move on
without being notified.
This is done by calling on some
Federal officials known as the
Concilition Commissioners or the
Commonwealth Court of Concilia Conciliation
tion Conciliation and Arbitration.
Each industry has i's own Com Commissioners.,
missioners., Commissioners., Then one of these
peacemakers draws on his pipe
and looks at the documents and
the list of demands the union
or the employers are preparing to
throw at one another. The Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner then decides whether
there is a dispute.
If so, be can summon both sides
to a conference.
In a crisis such as the steel war
now in its sitzkrieg stage here, the
Commissioner could order in the
four union negotiatios, led by Dave
McDonald, and the four industry
executives, headed by Conrad
Both partieh to a labor dispute
in Australia have to g-o to the
conference. Otherwise they. would
be fined. If they agree, that's it.
The. award is registered.
The Concilia'ion Commissioner
has jurisdiction only over special
wages and the fringes, rest rooins
canteens, lunchrooms, toilet 5,
clothes lockers and shelters for
bicycles. Final decision on the big
basic wage ard hours (such as
McDonald's drive for a shorter
! week) is turned over to the big
, Court itself.
, If the Concilia'ion Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner fails to make peace to the
early conferences, he then arbi arbi,
, arbi, trates.
, This means he listens and then
! makes the decision. His arbitra arbitration
tion arbitration is tinding unless it is upset
by the Commonyealth Court of
, Conciliation and Arbitration.
! There is no appeal from the
Ifthis order is defied, the court
Aines the violator whether he
(Presented by the Depart Department
ment Department of Christian Education of
the Episcopal Church in the
Panama Canal Zone.)
St. Luke 'IMO
'The Son of man is come to
seek and to save that which is
The gifts of the King add up
to the great and abiding gift
whicti we call salvation. The mo mome.u.
me.u. mome.u. we try to define salvation,
we make it less than it is too
great a thing tosbe brought with within
in within tne strictures of human lan language.
guage. language. When a thing is saved, it
is rescued from nothingness and
restored to being. When a soul
saved it is rescued from destruc destruction
tion destruction and, restored to life.
It anyone asks us, "Are you
saved? the answer is "yes." God,
by His Sor4 has saved us from
death unto life, from sin unto
holiness, from nothingness untz
reality. But it is still .up to us to
take hold of that salvation., to
avail ourselves of that gift fed
which Christ dies. He gives us our
salvation so dearly bought, but
He will not force it on us. The
making of His saving grace our
own is a process that will take us
the rest of our lives.
Christ the King is the Savior
lot the world. He has sought us
and found us: He has loved us sod
Ttrg PANAAIA AMERICAK A?4 LNDEPENDYNT DAILY ICLIYIIPAPYII,
THE BROADWAY LIGHTS
Arthur Godfrey's tamer (before
stardom) included coal
cab driving, radio, operator for
the Navy, insurance salesman,
radio announcing and peddler of
cemetery lots. .Wait'll you hear
Ethel Merman wham a cross
"Everything Is Coming Up Ros Roses"
es" Roses" in ber new show, "Gypsy".
.Edie Adams' ellpee has the
most yappy title: "Musk to Lis Listen
ten Listen To Rechrds By". .Kay Ken Kendall
dall Kendall has a big enough name, but
some theaters are billing her
"Les Girls" oldie: "With Mrs.
Rex Harrison". She is most
unusual. In interviews, she dis disparages
parages disparages her ability as Ita ac actress.
tress. actress. Ave Gardner is, her OVA
toughest critic, too. Describes
herself as "a strange little hill hillbilly".
billy". hillbilly". .When Ernest Heming Hemingway
way Hemingway is asked "How long does it
take to learn how to write?" he
always retorts: A lifetime".
Suzy Parker's foolosophy: "I
soenri all my money. I'd rather
do this than inveet it and lose
it". Movie star John Wayne's
ex-wives receive yearly alimony
The Glenn Ford-Eleanor Powell
divorce flash caught the cinema
mags with: "Glenn Ford is a
one-and-only marriage guv".
"Of Love and Lust" (a Swedish
film import) is sintertaininy, e enough
nough enough to be French. Mal Zetter Zetterling
ling Zetterling does the bardo'ing. Shel Shelley
ley Shelley Winters' logic: "Temperament
it a metter of semantics. To me
temperament means simntv that
you csre about your work".
One of 'the more enduring Broad Broadway
way Broadway fables is that "Able's Irish
Rose" was a,n overpowering click
despite negstive reviews. Actual Actually,
ly, Actually, it got raves from SO percent
the critics. .Critic John
Chapman's refreshing confession:
That he has trouble sleeping aft after
er after panning a show.
Strip star Tinker Bell got tele telegram!
gram! telegram! from newimenermen all o over
ver over the nation fillowing her ar
is employer or union. Even a rank
and-fite member can be fined for
refusing to accept the Court's a award.
ward. award. Anyone urging strike in the
fare of the decision is, of course,
breaking the law.
The theory of the 55-yearold
law is that the "soundest
and surest way of settling indus industrial
trial industrial trouble is through the me medium
dium medium of reason and not by brute
force. ," That says it
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alter Winchell In
rest (in Indianapolis) sympafhlz sympafhlzing
ing sympafhlzing with her plight. A British
sports writer (covering the tight)
complained to the Mayor about
her act. She was acquitted when
he failed to show up in court.
But who's gonna acquit the May Mayor?.
or?. Mayor?. Mary Martin mikes
wrong guesses, too. Spurned op opportunities
portunities opportunities to star in "My, Fah
Lady" and "Oklahoma". .11ave
you 4heard Caterina alrnt e's
waffle, "Where"? (So good). .1
know the song "Pink Shoe Lac Laces'
es' Laces' is a bit, but not over at these
ears. ."Itoung Philadelphians,"
a few film, deals with such dain dainty
ty dainty themes as unwed mothers, il illicit
licit illicit love, alcoholism and 'mur 'murder.
der. 'murder. .1n Philadelphia???
Dean Martin's asking fee now
is $250,000 per picture., (ile has
everything to gain and nothing
to Lewis). .Fred MaclyturraY.
one of Hollywood,:s wealthiest
stars, recently had'ilis -weekly al allowance
lowance allowance raised 0 by the fornier
June Haver, Zinger Rogers,'
latest quote-is a ginger snap
"I'm rich. Terribly rich,. so lid)
it hurts. But money, means noth nothing
ing nothing to me." (Musieue: "I've 'Got
Plenty of Nothint' "). Recom Recommended:
mended: Recommended: The Hawaiian Room's
racy revue. .Dorothy Shay. the
st. Regis hit'. is called a hilibil hilibillie.
lie. hilibillie. Ha, ha. File ()WM two apart apartment
ment apartment houses in the swank sec sectors
tors sectors of Beverly Hills and West Westwood,
wood, Westwood, Cal. Rob Merrill, com comnosing
nosing comnosing the srore for David
Merriek's upcoming "Ali. Wilder Wilderness!"
ness!" Wilderness!" tinkled out the chunes An
his toy xylophone. He usually
does. Can't play ariV instrument.
."Threepenny Opera" hats gross grossed
ed grossed 32 million in 3 years. Its
seating eapacity is 299.
According to a story in a mo movie
vie movie mag James Garner's way of
relaxingwhen he gets tense dur during
ing during a sceneis to smash his fist
through a wooden door. (I'll bet)
.Tho happiest folks over 'he
N. Y. Yankees' nosodive into 7th
Place are the bookies. The team
had been' going into rnost of their
oamos ma odds-on pets. .Pals
Scott McKay reveal that he did
wed Joan Morgan aftor his first
wife's abrogation. ?the Ilumoh Ilumohrey
rey Ilumohrey Bogart Faster Brunch nk effnir
brouvht the Runyon Cancer rund
tr.500. Thanks to C. C. Philippe.
Mrs. Rober' F. Wagner and
thoir manv friends. Merl in invitt
vitt invitt bektnik author Jack Ke Kerouee
rouee Kerouee noR N. Y. Times litree cri critic
tic critic D. Dempsey to the same par party.
ty. party. .The New Yorker magi: bor
rowed' drama cri0c (Kenneth ?y ?ynan
nan ?ynan 'of The London Observer) Is
not permitted to report on .off .offBroadway
Broadway .offBroadway shows, so many of
which are so reportable.
Broadviray insiders say that the
Arthur Lauren's, who penned
the theme for "West Side Story,",
no'es in to article: "There are
two good reasons -for a play..
wright to ventttre into the music musical
al musical theater, and one is money"
.So's the otbero Marlene the thetrich
trich thetrich who has the trimmest tor torso
so torso never indulges in exercise.
Warning by a medic: After 40
for every pound You're over overweightthe
weightthe overweightthe mortality rate in
creases abourbne percent. tho thorites
rites thorites on a one hour Tv show
earn more money than working
in a IttWay musical for a .weeit.
..Polly Bergen. the musical com comedy
edy comedy s'ar .(now in the hosp), is a
Whiz pool player.
Holiday mag's prose. sketch of
Gene Fowler,. one of the newspa newspaper
per newspaper greats', accurately describes
him as a' living legend. Lticious
Beebe auth'd. .1(im Novak is
reading ,icadi of books trying to
inhale enlightenment. Her favor favorite,
ite, favorite, tome h Wolfe's "You Can't
Go Home Again". .Trader Cie's,
oPPosite I Reuben'', is a rendez rendezvous
vous rendezvous for Hollywood and s'tsge
names and the pret'y Aces that
usually date them.',
you know' tbat Mickey liantle't
'middle MUNI iiCharley. ,A
two-bit racing' sheet Picked the
Kentucky Derby finish 1-2-S.
LIU Kirk's attractive metier El Elsie
sie Elsie is a successful New York
inodel. She bas' an 'offer to
pear on a weekly daytime' TV
program. .Charles DeGaulle's
intimates reveal that be is a clev,
'et mimic and does hilarious
take-offs on celebs. In Moscow
movie theaters' open at
and iiisually are crowded 'minutes
later. ,. New York'S 'Nov 4eath
er a word: Outdoors':4.
FRIDAY, MAY 15, 195
he I wbe 4
'INDEPENDENCE:, Mo. '4, A in 4 office, had; knlowl
guide(' tour through the Truman om cover to cover.: 7..
Library bY, thef man who so vig "Second, he's thief of state,
orously (American lusto7 continued Mr. ."Truman,', showing
ry le a faselnating experience. photos pi ...lime Minister Octtrii
Harry Truman knows every pie. of India, Emper6r. Haile Salassift
ture, 'every memento, eyery book of ...Ethiopia the Queen. of -Lap
in his library, -end keeps -up a land, and :President Aleman of
running fire of liomorotts, nue' exico, being grileted by
tic comment' about menand e- Truman In Washington. .;.
vents. It's like rolling back the
pages of history. ..1.1 '4( MACARTHUR AND GOD -,,
The tour :2"- was shortly ;before ,
Mr. Truman's75th birthday. The "Then he's domestic chief: leg.
former President ,talked rapidly. islative plannez head of his loll loll.
. loll. "We played a little joke on tical party, and commander., in
Winston... Churchill,".., he tt a id, chief of the armed forces,"-.t ex.
pointing to a ehote of Churchili plaineds the- former Proollatt
and hitneell, 'Pile didn't realize as we passed four more exhibits.
the picture was !taken stowing We paused before the photos
in front of a 'painting of the old of the top commanders of World
CSS Constitution' defeating 'he War U.
British Guerriere in the 'War of "Omar Bradley said Mr.
1812. Truman, "was the best field
1812. Truman, "was the best f I t 1 d...;-
, 3..;,-!, s ,- eommeeder in- h i s t o r y.' 1, Gen.
rIt'si one of ..deim ..most prized George iterehoh was the mon,
phssessions," ad Mr. Truman, est planner. Hip plena won -',' the
and when I deciphered, Church war., ,,
ill's scrawled inscription I could 1
Skippikmsver a photo of Ga.
understand why. Itsead: eral Eisenhower,. he pointed,. to
"To Ptesident Truman' wziose
said,' "won the. war in the, eaci eaciAdmiral
Admiral eaciAdmiral Nintits: ,"This man," he
decisive strike against aggression
in Korea turned the fortunes of fitdespite 'god,' A' 'and he Point Pointthe
the Pointthe free world to sure bope of. ed le Gen.. -Douglas Ma cAr;nur.
peace." i Eiery Prasident who has- !tem
We allied oan. Truman stoged ed. in the White' House has place
before a huge man of the id
---- in the Truman Libraryand the
west,' highlighting' its rivers slid 33rd President gave me 'I rapid rapidreservoirs.
reservoirs. rapidreservoirs. fire highlight Of every one ,of-
"That's :the Pick-Sloan p 1 a n. them. ., t
for flood control," h said
-e' --- "Chester Arthur," he 'said,
"When that'll 'finished there'll be in- it
un to Arthuri .., sideburns,
74as ,the best-looking President.
no more. floods in thn.midwest
General Pick and I worked it opt
He wits a fine Collector7of the
despite the opposition ; of the
-- --- - Port of New Yost, but when- he
Chamber of Commeroe.': got into 'the White House he turn turnPICTUR
PICTUR turnPICTUR I 011,.DALAI LAMA ed on his friends. Sometimes,"
be added, "that's a good thing.
'-'-' ' ' "Rutherford Hayes didn't know
Near the map vies r entlection .,..t wee
going on," continued 7
of Presidentiat trophies-4 bear's WFla
Truman the historian., "I a m e s
Polk was underrated. A n d'r e, w
foot,' canes from various Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic conventiohi, souvenir plates Johnson I did exceedingly well,
leatur Truman's picture, and though ey
the South. Buchanan was one of
m won't Omit it in
the replica of a heavy( chain.
"That's just a collection of
-"According to Wayoe Mello,'
tripe," said the former 'President
sal& Truman is we hesitated be be'
' be' "except for that chain. My fatii:
er used one like that to haul logs fore I photograph of 113.: Grant.
,in the early sdays of Missouri."
"the present incumbent has ,made
I In the IDACIOUS entrance of the ..
Druilaway maulers say mat we -- .7 sa, .' 1
upcoming musical, "Jo," has an In the spacious entranoe of the
unusual start. No dialog in the library was a bronze bust of
first 25 minu.es. Only Gladys nit and the table used in San
Shelley's lyrics. .Patti Page is Francisco on which the United
'talking to network execs about a Nations Charter had been signed
MOsical quiz show she'd produce. a few weeks after Truman be be.
. be. "This Earth Is Mine" (not yet came President.
edited) has 39 smooch episodes. On the sides of the wall wcre
Monotonous, yot?., Mike lc glass eases containing more ftk
Claney's Havanc.spot (purchased mous reminders of recent ',histwe
front Wilbut Clark) is catching IT.' Otte leaturedo a diet de Lt,
on, again. Dne Guess!. Which bles from 'many Tenth.. In anotif
HollywOod star in London was er were three gold swords and
squifflicated when she met the two daggers, encrusted -with ru ruQueen
Queen ruQueen of England. "The NUa's bies and emeralds, ,gifts from
Story" (Warners) h.as 108 speak- lung Ihn:Saud of Saudi Arabia.
ing roles. Mildred Darling, for- This: is the rivest picture of
mer Ziegfeld Girl, owns .the coat- all," said Mr. Truman, pointing
room coneeasion at Bentley's Es- to a gift front the Dalai tame of
quire Room. ,:tt v.want my old Tibelk-.typboto of the LaMa him himZiegfeld
Ziegfeld himZiegfeld day,. 1 croniet to know Self; AlOngiade it was a scarf
where to And met" .F unny worn by the Dalai ,Lame. a plc plcthing
thing plcthing about the Academy kwards ture of. Gentili de ,,Gaulle, and
and the Kentucky Derby. The another of Presidedq,Bustamanit
two most tpxciting TV shows of of Peru; . ;
the year &ded witit 20 minute "The jots of being President is
lulls. '- really six ,jobs,",axplained the
. V ,, man who ought tit know."And I
tried to ilhistrata-it lwiltli''.,tlit.se
, One of the newsmaig cinema exhibits., , -4, ,,
critics. dimissea a picture as , alirst -the ,Preaidelit is the
"pretty :bad" and then added '"it ehiel, executive," be pointed to a
is worth. seeing", .Emuire's re photo of 0,- Cabinet -Meeting, a co comarkable
markable comarkable Jesson in drama'urgy: py of,the bildgpt.'as ,:hlt: as a
The correspondence 'between play- Manhattan phone -hook,,,' 'Which
wright-poet Archibald ,MacLeish - ' ' .,..
and director Elia Kazan. av 1. ilmoMMO "NM MEMOS dimmimi Ilminlimr ....,
has a sponsor whose annual tab F, .,
is Over $30 ,million. ,P e r c y 1.1
FaiN's ellpee of the ,"Porgy and
Bess" score: Musical Rainbows.
. .Why radio-is still in business:
There are more than 38 million
car radios, Deborah Kerr ig-, II, G.Arkilikilli
nites the "Count Your Blessings"
Mm at Radio City Music Hal II
. .Francoise Sagarr,' the Gallic .:::.,;,.:44...: ., ,-..,
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Mr. Truman sat down and play.
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Later, as the tour endedz. he
stopped at another piano, and
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Hawk Waltz,' he' explained,
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At seemed a long time Since
Abe days when Harry yrrtiman
was in the White House and I
Was not' excactly in hts good
And though you can never;turn
history back, I had had theirare
privilege a looking througli; the
back pages of history as wtwen
by a man who blew what' he
wanted and was not afraid to
lead the nation.
only ONE WEK
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catinonbailt and three shrapnel
projectiles have been removed
from the children's museum here
for detonation. Museum officials
learned the Civil War relics still
contained explosives and were
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., ;$'1. 1,C--;,,,:-: 4, 'II.. ;,10t. Library bY, thef man who so vig "Second, he's thief of state,
, dynamite are die si 1,:-;-, orously -molded American WV continued Mr. "Truman,',,, showing '2 ti,
..1 Tbi bAsibges le on open tonna goy readers of Tho Panama Amerkan I exPlOami
tir.anu auras b. atrthets wili, ch arc t .- t ,
s .,, r.,....,-r Vr. ry la a fascinating, experience..., photos of ...lrime Minister Octird '-.4.
- tailors aro toseived orgapfting and an handled ill a whollp confidential
wiping out millions o dobtars in 14 AN I ,4; r Harry Truman knows every etc. of India, Emperr, Haile Salassig
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, It pro contribute a 104; 'don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the ProPef 1' ana wages--11 few lives,
more Imibs and ilie patience ut
- OW day. Lefties ote pisitlishoti im Olio fr mceived. 1 : .. -.' .,. : ...'it.;r.:to-p in his library, -end keeps up a land,- and :President Aleman el
ule public. Wetil AiltiOnal guard -,
-., Home fro to keep the lottors limited to one page length. '. ti.. :..,:;.;'..!.:11. '.. 1 ,.. -e ,, ..."I.41.9: running fire i of '. homorous, calls,' exico, 111'' being greeted by ,
troops and state police and she- . r
" likatifg of lotto writees is he'd in strictest confidence. i. -.. --,. ..,,:-,:--.. ,-. t--,,,.-,. -,1!;,tv, :.. tie- comnvent about meoand e Truman in Walhington..
, patrolling torn commtmities . .:.-e
'' Tible 1471444PePe SISS15151 as teS5Onsibility fot statoments se eeloless rifts
experts, inside the governement 1,..... ..:k..!....!.. 1 ,-' .- I - -,'?- .; vents. R's like rolling back the .' t--
-. istetesse4 In letters frees leaders. nave begun stuuying .echniques 11- . .,. i :s- ; -..,, : .7,,. : :.:. pages of history. .1-1 ';.1-4" : MACARTHUR AND GOD '''. h
, for Federal labor courts which 4 k I
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tnose as p!acettil as the July or , ; Mr..1'ruman's,75th birthday. The "Then lie's domestic ,chief: let rt
, -, :5!..: former President talked rapidly. islative planner. head. of his .P011 '46.
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September steel walkout would be :,.....; . .
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RETAIL STORE WORKING HOURS Of all the systems interestmg ... : ...!!.,t ::,.,. :::-,:-.::),... I t '''' ': ' and hitneell, 'Pile didn't realize as we passed four more exhibits.
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in front of a 'painting of the old of the top commanders of World
cialists the most. We took their 1.. .1 ,':7,4,'';;;IP!--..;',. :,',:t.- ,;', USS Constitution' defeating 'he War II.
British Guerriere in the !War
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IV pnei Mandel,. you are, hereby informed that, as a retail store system of reason instead of brute 1812. ... , Truman, "was the best f it I d ,;-
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- UNITED KINGDOM DELEGATION TO CEPAL CONFERENCE
--HONORED AT DINNER PARTY BY BRITISH AMBASSADOR
e British Ambassakor and Lady Henderson entertained at
'W dinner party this week In honor of the United- Kingdom's dee.
ilk gatimi to the United Nations Economic Commission tor IAtin Ao
'-, Ouests included Panamit's Minister of Commerce and' Mrs.
Mbetto Boyd, H. N. Brain, R. C. Barnis, G. G. Simpson, E. R.
ilit' HarMeaves, V. G. Huntrods, E. A. Arnoux, Mr. and Mrs. J. May Mayles,Ss.
les,Ss. Mayles,Ss. Cheeseman, Mrs. Virginia Roberts MiSs V. Bermfidez, Miss
ler, Mr. and Mrs. IL A. Farquharson and Miss I. Kerr.Pearse.
l' metier Officers Wives
,.,,, e glee Officers
,,, t ThelFort Amado4Officers Wives
f. kave a luncheon meet meetlog,
log, meetlog, a xt V4tInesday at 12:3G p.m.
: jrt L, dininj, room of the Amador
,Otti.' s Om Mess. Since this is
the s meeting of the current
husi, ess Afar, new officers will
k bt,,e teleci
,,.."' I. linleleil.ing f,,sture of the
''! krilereiting f'ature of the Has Musicat,,Guoish,,
Mee 11 V, win be a discusslor on Argentine singer 'Julio' attais'y,
die on aild core of china and acrompanied by his wife, enter enter,.crys(ml
,.crys(ml enter,.crys(ml by Mr. Kopier of Shaw's tained the Canal Zooe SIsanish Con
Pattern. 1 Yersation Club at Quarry Heights
' egg s for the occasiOil win 'this week.
be 4 wives of officers of G-3 I Also entertaining the group -were
.:. Sorting'. Headquarters USARC4- 'Panamanian musicians Leonidas
RIB;Iwith Mts. John F. Schmel- 'ajar, Edgard Quintero and RIM RIM..
.. RIM.. ler ,as chairman. sevelt Cabrera. 4'
.- 1 The Codays, wili leave the isth
Re)ervations should be made be. must Mondar for Costa- Rica; His
tor iMonday noon with Mrs :final performance in the Capitolio
Cherie Jagoe, 82-4249. 'Theater will te this evening.
FELIX cordially invites you to consult
with Mademoiselle Emilie R. de Leon,
expert beautician from the world-famous
LANCOME Beauty Salon in Paris tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow Saturday May 16th at our Branch
Store on Tivoli Avenue.
HOURS: 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon
3:00 to 5:30 pm.
Her FREE consultations will be conducted in
English, Spanish and French,
No. 1S-60 Tivoli Ave.
, American Legion Bell
Winners Announcod Has laarge Attendance
By Emblem Club Mre 'than 650 party-goers at atMrs.
Mrs. atMrs. Audrey Bishop was Abe tended. the gala American Legion
winner of the Army-Navy table7, anniversary ball Saturday evening
cloth awarded during the charity; at the American 'Legion Club at
earn party sponsored last week fort Amador, Honored guests in
by Balboa Emblem Club -411. Sec- eluded Brig. Gen. James W.
ond pri7e, a silver tray, went;:is, Coutts, Chief of Staff, Caribbean
Mrs. Tom Germs. .,a..7 4 Command, and Brig. Gen. Milton
- ', L. Ogden, Deputy Commanding
Conversation,- Club GetieTal, USARCARIB.
Hes Musical,-.0uSits '' f',v;
Argentine singer 'Julio' andy, Miss American Legion (Judy
accompanied by his wife, enter- Myers), her court and escorts were
tained the Canal Zooe Sisanish Con also among those attending. ,-
versation Club at Quarry Heights
this week. Vitinners of the big prizes 'mere
C. L. Dimhick of Balboa and M MAlso
Also MAlso entertaining the group -were Sgt. H. Hodge of Albrook, Who
Panamanian .musicians Leonidas won the hi-fi record players, and
Cajar, Edgard Quintero and thirci.prize of wrist w,atches, a ra rasevelt
sevelt rasevelt Cabrera. dio, a silver serving set apd as asThe
The asThe Codays, wili leave the .-isth sorted liquours went So Sgt. Au Aumust
must Aumust Mondar for Costa- Rica; His rello Alvera of Fort Kona.
final performance in the Capitolio
rheater will te this evening. (Continuea on rage 6)
midaa n a A Ltx
No. 18-60 Tivoli Ave. Mademoiselle Emilie R. de,Len
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The next meeting of the Conver Conversation
sation Conversation Club will be May 27 at
the'Quarry Heights Officers Club.
Returns it Isthmus
Mrs. ehartine C. Wertz return returned
ed returned to the Isthmus yesterday after
a visit of several months in Ca California(
lifornia( California( She resides with her
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mri. 11,alph 1LSliinner of Ancor'.
MRS. ELIZABETH MAKIGGIINS, wilts has been employed as
Secretary to Paul M. Runnetrand, Executive Secretary, for 'the
past two years, was presented Ivith'the -Superior Service Award
and a chzek- for MO by ClOv. W. E. Potter in a special ceremon3r
held this week in the GovernOr's office at Balboa Heights. In
presenting the award, Potter stated that the presentation was
in recognition of her exemplary job performance duringoethe
past two years.
"As Governor of the Canal Zone," he said, "I commend
you most highly for rendering meritorious service, and upon'
your departure for new residence in the United States, may I
add my personal thanks'for a job well done."
Mrs. Higgins has been a resident in the Canal Zone for the
past four years. She is leaving in June with her husband Lt.
Col. John- G. Higgins, Superintendent of Corozal Hospital, who, is
being transferred to the Brooke Army Hospital in San Antordo,
Texas. They will be ,accompanied by their two children.
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of the United States are tuur
bridge teachers. Carlyn Brall and
Bea Gale of New York, Peggy
Rotzell of Philadelphia and Sal-,
ly 'Johnson of Westport, Conn.
In one of the hands that con contributed
tributed contributed to their victory Bea, silt siltting
ting siltting North, put Sally in a spade
grand slam. Both the bidding and
lilay are worthy of study. Sally's
two and four spade bids showed
a solid spade suit plus something
on the side, Bea's five diamond
bid showed first round tontroll
'of that suit as did Sally's title
heart bid. Bec felt fully Justified
then to bid the grand slam. 1.
West's diamond was ,the best
opening lead and Sally MEI that
the valid slam depended on mak.
Ing two club tricks. It would be
a cinch if they would break 42
or better but Sally is somewhat
like Pessimihtie Pete: She makes
it a point to guard against 'bad
breaks whenever possible and she
did so this time.
She saw that one trump lead
was a luxury that might lead td
bankruptcy so after winning the
diamond in dummy she played the
ace of clubs and ruffed a club
with the spade nine.
She got back ,to dummy with
a ,second high diamond and ruffed
aqother club with the spade ten.
A small trump lead to dummy's
eight allowed her to ruff another
club with the spade queen. Dum
was once more re-entered with
the jack of trumPs and another
club ruffed, -tinally. setting up dum
my's queen. Now she pulled
West's last trump and claimed the
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thermors tarthermors -you may easily make
West and North pass and East
bide dye spades. What do you
WASHINGTON (UPDThe Sen Senate
ate Senate Armed Services Committee
voted today to assert tight con congressional
gressional congressional 'c ontrol over mili
itary aircraft and missile pro programs.
grams. programs. ',-
The eommittee approVed two
sweeping changes as part of a
$1,227,882,000 construction author:
ization The new features
Require the armed services,
starting next year, to obtain an annual
nual annual authorization for aircraft and
missile ,programs before seeking
money to finande them. In the
past appropriations 'have been the
controlling factor factorSlash
Slash factorSlash sughorizatiOns for con construction
struction construction -projects to- support the
Army's Nike-Hercules air derense
missile program atir, Avithdrqw
authorization for 50 NikeHercules
batteries at sitea in the conrinen conrinentat
tat conrinentat United States and Hawaii.
The latter IctiOn was an ex expression
pression expression ef the commiftee's feel feeling
ing feeling that the Defense Department
must make a finil flecision be between
tween between the Army's Nike missiles
and the Air Force Romarc. The
controversy has extended over
LITMETON, Colo.. CUM
a a N." 41, ,N,Igav Va A.
Beauty queen Dixie Ann Gottfried
20, sat in a jail cell today, only
a few)blocks frote the KAU -of
her happiest momeot.
That moment was 10 montlis
ago when 19-year-old ,Dixie Ann
Dikes of Pueblo, Colo., e striking
blonde, was crowned "Miss Colo,.
radio Jaycee of 1958" at nearby
Centennial Turf Club. But her life,
since lias taken' a sad turn,
Dixie inn centessed Tuesday
that ithe stole S131 anda supply
o! narcotics from a drugstore et
the pointrot a .4S-calibre. pistol.
She said k wasn't her first rob robbery.
bery. robbery. 'William D, Goltdect the man
she ,married after winning lt,tite
beau', title, is now servingl an
armed roltimy' sentence' at ,tite
Prim for Use Criminally
Intrepidt,4e'rri 'La; devils; the
rock tie. ro7 sinter, ,h, going to
try It -again, Although' ha 'was
practically run out, of England
on a rail last yearA liellopedv to
woo back his ,Britian, public -with
a personal PPeereeee 'ee TV 112
September.' teenage 'Aride,
cause of 011 the bourgeois
nation (she, was 1.3 at the time)
will 'remain:lit ...,3iltobert
Evans dermitely set for- the,
Dexter, Key role' in JetTy
produetion of "The atest, of Everything";--after
inenths of, sus suspense.
pense. suspense. le, was the a riginal
choice for Abe part of -the band bandsome
some bandsome young millionaire, but the
studio inexplicably decided to test
several other actors before mak making
ing making the final decision. ABC hate
pldled a giant televialon coup,
inked Elvis 'Presley .for in ex exChigiVe
ChigiVe exChigiVe series of spectaculars as
soon 'as he gets,,out of the Army.
The Duthost :of Xent's niece.
Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia,
has visited, Rome again, leading
the titled set t to believe her
tHendship with-Prince Tina Bor Borthese
these Borthese may wind up at the altar:
.1Kickey, Cohen isn't talking a about
bout about it to the pelts ,fa news
flash in itself) but, he's told
more than one ;,ellum thst thstplans
plans thstplans to make a moitic based, on
the Character of, Johnny, ,Stompa ,Stompanato,
nato, ,Stompanato, Lana Turner's ;ill fatedi
Andrawas,met and dad,
who were., divorced almost sit
Years ago. tan to remarry in
, June. Mort than' 2.300 Formo Formosans
sans Formosans visiting the Philippine Is Islands
lands Islands are eLusing an internation international
al international problem by', overstaying their
AUL TbeY Jul 'don't vraht to go
home. .Itigents ire getting an
desperate for good rock 'n' roll
grouos (okay, successful rock
'n' roll troupe) they're actually
auditioning combos from rerorm
schools and institutions fot delin delinanent'.
anent'. delinanent'. ...One report had it thyt
Madeline Corbeau went to Calif California
ornia California to he near Gary Crosby.
but some of her intimates say
she made the change of Nene to
get over her hopeleaa romance
with s tv producer. .A lawyor
who hat represented such folor folorful
ful folorful clients es, Mickey' l'elke and
Virginia 'McManus may have to
defend himself MOM His' 1 a n d:
lord has served him 'wkh 23 evic eviction
tion eviction notieesl', alleging nonpayment
of cent, but so far tho., tenacious
chiP has reftieed to)Attlge.
it, ,1 1
Robert Breen's againa
Sam Goldwyn- over "Porgy and,
Bess" will make snaopv reading
for members of the flicker Indus Indusfry.
fry. Indusfry. 314. stayouts are pleased
by the Copatabana's decision to
put on a 2 A.m. show every night
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in the Bella Vista, Room
during the Louis -Prune reel
Smith engagement. givea:them' 4
something'. to do besides that
morning,' papers,, Jack Peer or,'
'P.,1.14.- Hoiden call
claim ;hilt Mrican lloora tab as
a: ;legitimate busipess expense.
Hels-,,,noW part eivner ot a resort
in 'X'enIt., and hit visits to the
A.11.: can. be 1, described as "ret
search" they?. Mos
Rondi it,;tursing, a badly burned
hand. He was... smoking a ,cigir, A
et-and refueling. bit -boat at the
tame- time. tPowt)
- 'Paul .,Muni's final scene, int
"The Last tAngrq Man" was so,
effective 'even hardened meviW
-executives wept' when -they view.
ki.it in the screening room. Add Adding
ing Adding to the' poignant. of course,'
was Muni's insistence that this
'will be, hit last picture.. .from
Corbally; one -of elle societfl
busiest beaus, it 'findidg plenty plentyof
of plentyof time to woe gency O'Malley;
the Latin Quarter beauty., ...One
the nation't most famous de.
Partment s'ores is considering set.
ting' up -seiNervjce, departmeMs.
Eventually the, Whole atorsmar
operate, on 'that basis. Sogetli I
erness department: Carol Haney
it doing,. the choreography for
the -31timhert her husband. Larry
Blyden, 'will 'perform mn the CBS
1 Although the film crieis raved,
about Marilyn Monroe's ,"Sonte
l Like It Hot" and generally die diemissed
missed diemissed Lan Tuner's "Imitation
of Life" as. soip-operi-ish. "fint "finttidbit,"
tidbit," "finttidbit," .a tear-jerker, is out out1
1 out1 grossing its very Amy rival lo locally
cally locally and nationallyThe Broadway-bound
Mel Merman music-
al, ,"Gypsy," has received ratite
a noteworthv press in tngland
already, chiefly thanks to Noel
Coward and Laurence Olivier,.
who rave about it in their re respective
spective respective airport interviews when
they returned tt; Entlipd.
dv Garland's singing is fine and,
the songs are lovely, on her new
album "The Leger." This fan
could have done with less narra narration
tion narration and more musicparticular musicparticularly
ly musicparticularly since John Irelandie delivery
is ,such a startling imitation of
the Manhattan Tower" narrative
stylebut the LP i effective
nevertheless and should be
Xim Novak Is getting to 14
deeper thinker (and pissibly
moire ascetic) than Albert
Schweitzer, judging from ter re-
emit interviews. SamolewlettetencIN
-"This is Yid logy te' livertugury'f -4
and cbmfort are no good for
you. You need poverty and hark
ihip to be creative. Or hunger.
If you're hungry. you're always
alert." (Small voice o from this
corner: And thinner, too.)
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ATLANTIO EMPILOYEAIONORED-.;,-Richard W..Bealli chief nut.: problem of urgan blight as -well k,,,;y.:,..: ...,',,,A,1,,.;:::::,:!? :: ::,':.: ',.. : ii'r r '--. ''t r, ,t!11, 1 I, !!-:,i0 I ..t !1 i
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' 'i -' NEW YORIC fill'I)-0-A strike of I'''
!peat,Tedy Roosevejt Musical non professional', werleers against
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hes restaging of --the TeddY to: be,iepeated Wednesday at'the , Til
seyettAntisical pageant, "The Tivoli., 'A. City Hall meeting broke op e ee
eal'ot Nr. Stevens,' this coin- The pageant Was such a re- Tuesday night' with: Mayor Robert Buy ,.
Wednesday in,the. Tivoli,Guest ,sounding success that many re- Ir. Wagner reporting 'lino prog- ,, THE JEWELRY STORE J.. ....1
isq'sbagroom', win conclude an quests, for 'repeat performances ess" and with' no date set foe a
ve -yearlor the Isthmian His- have been received 'by its 'authors', further meeting. l'S-45 Cohtral Avenue (137)
cal-, snejel.., , , :' Don, Muselman, and Vidor A. ,
, -, ' , Herr of the Balboa High School The strike was 'called by Local '' ,,, s
our ,dt the,,SocietY's five .,,pu- factilty, '. 1M of the Retail Drug 'Employ- BE suRE. FREE "Chico" DE ORO STAMPS
'programs' will' have been re- I Four day's later,An order to ees Union in an effort to'. gain , i i
II, to' Abe fiation-wide ebser- capture first-hand the recollec- recognition es a bargaining agent s ,
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ees of the Theodore. Roose- tions Of the, Roosevelt Hedal-hold. fir the kitchen and housekeeping
Centennial. The Canal Zone's ,irs who had come to the Isth ,workers. The h o sp i t a 1 I are .
klong celebrations -last fall mus for the Roosevelt ,Centen- exempt from provisions of feder- .- .1. ,, .,,, :Read Our Classified' I, '''
,nght,,,congratualtions from nial, the 'Society held a meeting at al and state labor laws dealLag mERITOR,itollS -AWARB-- Nail, civilian Gerard C. ,Grenier
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3hingtoli as' beinroutstanding"- t .e Ivo 1. rty-four Old with eollective bargaining and (right), of the US. Nayal Communication Station in the Canal 1 .. I ': 1
the -pageant' to's,be :presented Timers ,teld of their experiences have refused to digengunnion Ige- Zon is awarded ,the Navy's "meritorious civilian service a- ' '' I
during : the historic,' Construction ognition. ,. (
in Wednesday was -a bighlig)4 ward for outstanding Performance by Cdr. Charles Ir. ,Con- 4 ,
, Days, and Itheir yordi 'were pre- cartnon,,,,COmmunication. Station commanding officer. It, was
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he local activities.' ,
, , served In a: 'recording on tape It was ;understood that their the:first award fort,the": Navy' pubblic works supervisor from
he Society's year ;began Oit., WhichAater5wie kansbribed into garde- turned -down a tompro- Biddeford; Maine.' ,-, '-' .. , , Billornonac)tu ,.t 1 ., .,..
1158, -with' a prehroinary to What Was call'eci a "Tape-Record: mise proposanfor diPlacto recog- ," '
, er Obeuest Hook." The Society hdpes niti Four-Doors
-Beosevelt :observances,: It ,was bl Ili h' his his nn' in which tile lini" '"uld ., .'4., - . ,I,
anel prisentatkin .at tbelivoll to 0 e. to ,pu s .1 ., to- be ,permitted to bargain' for em- co, ,,
docunient, wych" : includes ployes..bu(vould not have a for- ; .:
4 'kw,. '4 e for that clean fresh feeling (
nee, '9'We Were TheroPana- .1Cilt it 'e l' t 0 A t :
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',' 1903406." If FeatUrillti ) three, more Alin 1,2,000 ,ivord of direct mal contact to repreaent them. - --- ----7 ,,
quotations ef the 'Old TimerS. -f'" ,,,, -.'"4 AROUND THE CLOCK,
The -L union has claimed 3,500
-witenets to the Panarita, ,Itil --.;
endenee- Revolution, it was On Mareh '3 0,the Satiety held e workers lire on strike, but hospi- it to.- ,,, American
ted-at eetting the &stage for,the. public Progrant -at the- Tivoli tal ,spokesmen ,put, the -number at i --s- :1, .-.1 ... ...,,,. "tr, , ,'
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Guestlibue entitled, "High Notes, a'' little, more than, 1,000. Services N .
elistiwere Miss Amintale- Past 'and Present' ,, ,c0,44orte 4.1,,r," -1(..' , v.,. t t
in isthmian. ,have been ratintained with volun- . -, ..-. ,, ..,,, --... ,..
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it 'Department, 4of,,,,Foets t aim dero, koiriposer, iconduettir, and, 'I:
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:,,-, '',' , r 't tute ,or Maio; Miss Emily Bid- IIVE i" 'I' Of body odes. In, three Modern . ..i
he Society participated, in the eller, supervisor of ,music in the 10,11 rrincely Chum ., .,,,. beautiful deiorator colors!
Tight-, of the local,,, Theodore ,Latin' Atrierican schools-. of, the. '', ' , , t,
Isevelt- Centennial,. observance. Canal lone; Professor Manuel F. VALLAURIS, France (UPI)
sponsored ',on,- Ntivember 11 Zarate of the University of Pans- Kim Novak enjoyed the luxury of pe-dale-enwoonoleas-elai-daeu-olame.'41ani-ow,.411,--eno-mem--01,-Aesene--ene ,,,c,-5 RI 3 .,.
he, Baltibetheliter thi Week's
op 41,411;' and ,the moderator, Mrs. Ab- the chateau of Prince Aly Khan I -, ,, ' , '671 ,.
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itetter, ,ole,. living' yheinoer -,Ot- 4,,thasie. ,
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,Isthinian,,,.Canal ,,Cdin, misatoty ,,,,Ille 11111SiCal a cant to be sta es The Movie actress ,became the
P g g ,
)LANCI4 E ) ..........
, the .nittsiellipageant 'tritiicit ,la. .t.
wednescia in the Tivoli de- newest addition to ,the chosen few ()rkri n TAT. .,
, ,,.,,,-... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.t 1 Pitting the humorous, thrilling, --mostly beautiful women who
" '- '''' '-' 4 z', 01,- interestMg events of the visit have rthe privilege. of using the , IANIV3fU,
-, Filen S .- to' the Isthmus in. 1960 of Pre- Prince s cheateau here.
lbanlip' 4' it FELIX ,eordially inmvites yew tar,- 41k, .
consult w I t h ademoisallo FLOOR Today's ,,
If - sident Theodare Roosevelt, will She moved 'in with her' mother -,rnr.,,,.
. i ,,,,, ,,,,,t,,. ,,,;,,'-',', ,-,,,,,,,.. A :milts :', Li:de Loon, saporti
'?,, II. 1 ,. ,F.,, oi o ,cnnelude the.Soelety's which-Dv- and father, Mr. and Mrs. Jose?h : Nil,..7a-,,,, Special 4
misaullediv !I anul responds to ,Ine school year. The Novak. The Prince, now Pa I I'
' I' show will start at 8 p.m. Admis- stan's .delegate to the United Na- sauticlan ,, from the world-N,
famove'LANCOME Beauty ..a-v
lon,in Paria,Itomorrow Saturday
c 4...,,, .1-40iH
ORIG., 24.50 3 011, LY,1
,, ,,:,..,;,:0,,'.., ',',';.,v,,, l'-', SiOn Will be free. tions, is in Ireland.
May 16th -se our Branch Store,:
,,, "Ca' strofrileild The president of the Society, "They're just good friends,"
Loront,,Brodie Burnham, has call- was the word from -the white villa on Tivoli Ave. , ,
' 't :,'
ON Itt'S'95 GENUINE' HANDWOVEN
. - ed -membership meeting for where the Prince honeymooned ,,,
-A .. MANDARIN
IAMI May 15. UPI)Three
, MO' pni. in the Tivoli ballroom, with another, film. beauty, R I t a
- HOURS, :
a armed with a pistol and a one.half hour before the phgeant Hayworth edecade ago. -
!,e of Jpipe' beat -up a former is' to start. At that time new v 9:30 CinAti It noon .-
3:00 p.M. te '';, 5:30 p.M. ' ' ... .- I ,
ian policeman and two compa- 'efficerff are to be 'elected and a 1 trisuaul.....11 1 ., , .CHINESE RUGS. ." Y
as only a few blocks form down -short business session will, '. be' ,,
Her, FR 2 E ',consultations . , ,, r li, 4
n Miami, pollee reported to- 'held. Mies .6f two' dollars W,111, be ,,
!' ,.. ,',..k TLAArBiLpE
1 1 14'-OREEN ; '101 ifi,' ,,
., will be conducted in Eng Eng''
'' Eng'' 001; 8 SO
,, . .5
. phyable for the' coming academic I (1!) , ,,
wo of the victims,,,,,left bloody year,. Fall,4959 to. Summer, 1960. lish, Spanish a,nd French l', ',, : ,, ORIG. 850.
battered, Were rushed to a All ersons interested in Ilith IlithP
P IlithP ':
pitaL.,However, -the- ex-police- mien: history are welcome to Ada li ,,J),--.: i 4
n r,ethsed hospitalization. join., I'' i 01312we.ftene.Aewe. 7 a 1114 I 'ricer -,:' NOW
The restagMg of -t e TeddY to: be 'repeated Wednesday at'the I
Rooseieltmusical Pageant, "The Tivoli.,
Ordealot Mr. Stevens,' this com- ''The pageant Was such a re reing
ing reing Wednesday in the Tivoli Guest ,Sounding success that many re- I
House's ballrOom'' will conclude an quests. for repeat performances
active :year' for ,the Isthmian His- have been received by its authort,
loricau secviety..- , Don, Musselman, and Victor A.
,,, , Herr of the Balboa High School
9, Four'', the,', Society's five faculty.
blic 'programs' will' have been re- I Four dayi later,'In order to
lated, the nation-wide ebser- capture first-hand the reeollec reeollecvances
vances reeollecvances of the Theodore' Roose-- lions Of the Roosevelt Medal-holdvelt
Centennial. The Canal Zone's ,irs who had ,COOle to the lathweek-long
celebrations last fall mus for the Roosevelt ,Centen ,Centen,
, ,Centen, brought' congratualtions, from nial, the Sotiety held a meeting at
Washington as beinroutstanding t- the Tivoli. Thirty-four Old
and the -pageant' to,he :presented Timers told of their experiences
again Wednesday was a highlight ,during ; the historic Construction
of the lotal activities. Days, ,and itheir yordi 'were pre
. , 4 served in 'recording on tape
The Society's year :began Get, Whieh. later ',was ansitibed into
7, 1958, with a prellininary to What Was called, a "Tape-Record:
the Seoseeelt observances,: It ,was er Guest Boek." The Society luipes
, 0 a Pang presriltatton .at the ,Ttvoll to be 'able to ,publisWthis
entitled, q'We Were Thero-Pana- docunient, which': includes
190341K" Featuringi jtbree, more ,than 12,000 ,Wordit of direct
' eye-witenets to the Panama,: .1,,th titiotatiods 'of the 'Old Timern.
dependence- Revolution, it was n'
m4n mareh 3 0,the Society betel a
aimed--'at setting the &stage for,fhe puolle Prograit at the Tivoli
later Centennial affairs., The.
,Guestliouse entitled, "High Notes,
panelist(were Miss Amintiale Amintialey
y Amintialey Past 'and Present; in isthmian'
lendez COlon; ylleeaF
editor emeritus qkt tine, Stev.tott Mitt ;program I'VreSellted
Canal -Zone-, musical
Herald; can& Rieltar'd Da-Prescot
techniedlt.--engioessi' voith 'the,- Nal aut'Mtiticluding !Mrg-11Anoaa
Kirkland,, organist. Roque Cor Corna
na Corna ma Departnientom., este t Olu
dero, coiriposer icondueter and
Telegrapim!' ':' A i 'director of e the National insti-
tb '', ' ''," I' r ' 't tute of' Music; Miss Emily Bid BidThe
The BidThe Society participated,' in the rebel', supervisor of lunge in the
;, highlighCof the 'IoCal,: Theodore Latin Atrierican schools-, pf the
Roosevelt' Centennial observance. Canal lone; Professor Manuel F.
n It sponsored ',on,- Isicivember 11 Zsrate of the University of Pans Pans-
- Pans- in thee,RaltibtiIheiater'thi Week's
rt Mg' and tit moderator, Mrs. Ab Abmaicir
maicir Abmaicir adilfers4 133';', ttifliri,.0, --, bie Linares, pianist and teacher
Thatcher, 3olk, Vying J0einner',vt, .01,,,tildsit. 4 ,
the ,,,Isthmianhe'aliel'-K,OlinsiPol;',' Ile musical pageant to be stages
and the nitisidalltageettOY)-yhteb.-'-is, ''Iyednetday in., the Tivoli,' de de'
' de' .. it, ..4: ',,'.';,,,,,,,;,?'....,.! r,'4 Pitting the humorous, thrilling,,
or interesting events of the visit
) ''' 4. ' 960 of Pre PreCUbalit0"PAttlinifV1J1'
CUbalit0"PAttlinifV1J1' PreCUbalit0"PAttlinifV1J1' .tlethnt
It Rioosevelt, will
,?, il ,d,. ...,,i ,i ionclude the ,Society's which- cor cor1
1 cor1 Assau e 1
tri,,tilla responds to tne school year. The
MI show will start at 8 p.m. Admis Admis,
, Admis, ', ''' ,',4-'':' 'Ir
,g'.. ',, 6".0! 1 ...'' ... 4 vtitr. lard! 1..is ?rods
ssaullea!'innamil responds to tne school year. The
1;1; FIT' ssilowivtilb:t7rrete at 8 p.m. Admis Admisy
y Admisy iltastro:frIendi, The president. of the Society,
torom.Brodie Burnham, has call
Ion ,In Paris -1tomorrow Saturday ,. tme
' WAD' WOVEN
3 OULY .,1 ,
., ,,,,.,,,,,' 7,,;,; ''''''''''11 1 i:IO11-- wIll-be--f-re-e.-- 7---- ------- ifo-n-s-, 1-11-1-n-lr--elli-ncf.-- ---- -'-
otayTivioditihAavot.our Branch Stora,",
1 1 ORIG., 24.5,0,
l '' 1C
By astroirlems- 7
, he president of the Society, "They're just good friends,"
toront.-Brodie Burnham, has call- was the word from .the white villa .. t
. - ed t 'membership meeting for where the Prince honeymooned : ;. NOV!' 8
MIAMI, MaY 15. UPI)-Three 7f30" p.M. in the Tivoli ballroom, with another. film. beauty, R 1 t a HOURS, A .. MANDARIN
'men 'armed with a pistol and a one-half hour before the pageant Hayworth edecade ago. ,4,-- f
piece of Joipe' beat up a former ir to start. At that time new 9:30 11.112114 It noon .. -'----- , ,,
Cuban policeman BM two compa- 'Olken! are ,to be 'elected and a 3:00 pm. to -;, 5:30 Ott. ' ' CHINESE RUGS tt,
nions only a few blocks form down- 'short business session will, be' ,
t,. town Miami, 'pollee r,eported, to, 'held. Dues 'of two dollars wl11, be Her FR I I ',consultations
will be conducted in Ent ii .,,,... .,,-,:,.TLAArBiLpE 4. '''''
,,, ,,, ORIO, 8 50 -'
day. payable for the coming acadeitic (OlikrNs"
.Tvio of the victims,,,,,left bloody year,,, Fa11,4959 to, Summer, 1960. lis Spanish s,nd French
, r. ,, 90I0willila"...
I end battered, ivere rushed to a All persons interested in Illith- . ,
. hospital..,Howevert -the- ex-police- mian' history are welcome to Li 1 ,r, 1. .,
its man refused hospitalization. join., ,, 0 Av
NO 2 00. N
Police said the three men told Ha i rips rell7
, , ,, .,
them sympathizers of Cuban Pre- GI IITAI., s, ,,
tiller Fidel, Castro ,were responst- .
,, ,,, BRANtll -wrottic i II.
urtmoinomurn o G OW
able for the attack. Th-ey charged '! '10 -00)0101(1)4110 No. 18-60 'Tivoli Ave. i
' - .,' .- -F3-oPicleinWg ,.0114td LloovrinAgi SuiChteairs 124.50 74.50 ;
that Castrosympathizers are "tat- , ,-. ,, , Phons, 2-2126 I ,
, 9.50 6.50
ing advantage 'of the Cuban poll- ( it Rattan! Bridge Chairs, with Arms 21.50 10.95
ion" to shake -down
tical sitilat .'' SPANISH 4 firc4 q 414.
tvi IV 11 iii.,........m..0...4.'' qmi.,rno.' .........a...aas..s.uo.......................... Percale'Coloted Sheets 81 x 108 4.95 2.75
former Batista followers for pro- MEXICAN. 'N ..
, Dll (fuck -Eat i.fTowels, extra lar e
0 g 0.95 0.40 i,
tection' money here, 4. staid g ,x.'12,, gs from Holland 4. 43.20 15.25's'.
4 JAPANESE it , , ,.. Ity
Rattan Wall -Brackets "Casitas" 35.00 18.25
,,( 98 Pc: China Set 65.00 35.95-
Police said the ex-policeman
IN asked that his name be withheid , ''' 25''',
. V , Y
gk, 0 1 CO itralliEt DIS AI 45 Pc. "MELMAC" Plastic Dinner Set 64.50 39.95
, .."..- 4 TV .Trays.:-Set of 4 10.00 6.25 '' .iii
because his life was in .danger. 5011f
, ,1 t
Coolsr Air -- 1 1.1 i
' 1 I
tmE N Chinese Itlinger Ian; ,,,
,, 5.95 1.75 ,',
They said he as -a member of- ....---,.,.:-,-.--:;,..,.,A,, .. ulster -
0 C If 1
the police force under ousted' Cub-. ', -,7-,,---,,i,,,,,,-,.--:-"---?-,
'.'Tool I 261-If i i D ''''' .,
' DREN'S ROOM
an president Fulgencl0 Batista. ','-'.,-07.-,------, .-.;-- , , eirsmg,..f,1 SETS AND BOXES e L
Detectives' said the '-three;,men -..----7-,5,-,,----0. ? ' geog-405--' .1 ': 0 TRUNDLE' BEDS ORIG. c 1 :
were standing on- .ii corner when ,alangg:AEFE :.
- - .. '1 ;
a car carrying the three assailants ; .-7-
. ,.-2----- ak il 7 Toots P R 0TO 7 (2 to set) ,with Springs
drove up., They began beating up - ,
i","ommol V i "4 ,,,. 111114.
- ,; 41, ...
ts the former policeman, then turned ,,, -,, 4 ,, ,
7 -..,-,-.4...01 .r
on the other two' men 'When' they 5------ '' rti, DIAL ME WEATHER ''"' 4! ''' .1101'6, i',111'. 111A-Lre,.;q101". CLIP 0 N TTALIAN
) tried 4. to hip. .. ,
Here at headquarters for .1,1,..:;,.. -,,..,
4.,.,,,:,,,,,,...,!.1 .i i --r7oopor.,o ,,1. S H A, D E S
,., , With Gibson Comfort zoi PROTO quality hand ,o-
Ont if the, victims, Ardo Fell-
,,tt) Cooling you get coot, crhp air , P.1 a'S,t 1 e &
.11, find all ,
pe M BR; 34, was shot in the low. NO on hot, hot dayi end cool, dry t00111 you wi ,
er ri' ht leg while he was lying SOCKETS AND anAcitmemts i FLOWER
4,, DowN -air VI humid, muggy days, types for all usq-frora
v on t sklewalk. Eloy Armas re. loa,
oil with tho turn of echo!. 1 ,
- ceiv a fractured skull.
4'!0 PAYMENT tiny saeworivers to giant C) 0 1 8 ORIG. FROM 1.95 POTS
. ' HOS All
t .1,4 ', 1
! wrenches. And every one goo'
,,11 rig c,,,, a.. AP44.0- . i ''
.,atiouu,No 1 wplwrup As loncr as 30 months, oWs TA oep, is designed, to give better, 0.1, I of These NOW from 95c. 2590 OFF. 1 ,'.'
, ,, , 0 i' ,' '
t 1 II i'll S 't.) Li t TO Be ',, ,-, -to', PaY : ' ' 1 "...fie 'Alf-tweP -P,,,ksis safer, longer service. WRENC I
NES Features i
, droft-froo cooling le every weer
. come m ind let us.helpyolx ifo..111.42
A L.1. A t n
lye mmunl io
, In the style 'and of vase room. k , -, I 1
I. price, you want. !;;,0. , elect the ones ou need.) .; AND... DON'T FORGE,77.., ,,'1,'
), r ,
. YOU CAN DOUBLE YOUR MONEY ,,. em em,
, em, 1, wlatsAw; Poland, (UPI) In- -,.. -,, ... (, , f PROTO means i See Us Today ...
. speetpre.bastiiy -diverted a train-, ., 44. ( Absolutely FREE ,;.
, load 4 of ). scrap en' 'route 'to a PROfessionak-.. ) . ., ,,
, , ,, ; SCREWDRIVERS IN OUR FREE WEEKLY RAFFLE
o foundary--for 'melting down When 1 ; . -, ,
let ''l It 186.7511:2E E. N5N ; tli. 1 f; '
.. 4 TM
a tz:,:4g) ,,
they idiscovered the freights cars I 4 )6 (. ...
.. end Miley others CIVA
held Jour tons .of live artillery ;',:,
1 AIE CONDITIONED '
, --,,,,,,,,,,... I .,,,.
n i 1 , ,
,, k, ,.
, h, train, instead, was aent'to ,4,., NEXT TO THE CENTRAL THEATER '1" 4(AE,...1-1"1-1 i(1''' I I' : no '''''';'''.. no t ,o,, Fropileaijf?
. S47 e) '
(' an arnty' de-fusing center., 0) (: ; NI ' TELL atitei 2-538$ ''' M t ill' 1 l .1.
,i4 The scrap'(manager Wiadyslaw 4, om
' Wojcik, who had bougtit 'the 8,000 ,.A CRECI-IA COT ER , 4 I 1 : , 07h 07 .1 ri & gto e 07 4 St
" t Urni U din MAUS tng or r
' ' '' PA'Nit ra'A' 'AUTO
, pOunds ,of (World' 'War II 'aliens ',..0,, -' ', IS' A-.! -''''. '' , , ., -,
4th of July Ave. 85 H St. .,-. Tel. I-11725 1 i
7 front farmers 'in: the,',Central, 1'0'. ,, '' f' , ,,
''''' ' ' I 45th Streetand'Iria EmPsfi
. a ,),
' land area., of ',,, Werke,. was ar- SATISFIED CUSTOMER 1 ,,
''., P.' reste ,, .. ,
'- TeL 3-1283 ,, , ' PHONE .3-4550 ,i
, I ,
' 41, ' '.' .',, ; ..,,'r ' d
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MIAMI, May 15. UPI)--Three
'men 'armed with itipistol and a
piece of Jpipe beat up a former
Cuban policeman BM two compa
nions only a few blocks form down downtt
tt downtt town Miami, '-pollee reported to,
L ,,Two of the victims,,,,left bloody
If end battered, were rushed to a
. hospital. However, the- ex-policeifts
- man refused hospitalization.
Police said the three men told
Police said the three men told
them sympatithers of Cuban 'Pre 'Premier
mier 'Premier Fidol,Castro were responst responstable
able responstable for the attack. Th-ey charged
that Castroompathizers are "talc,
ing advantage 'of the Cuban poli political
tical political situation" to shake -down
44 former Batista followers for pro protection'
tection' protection' money here. 4 1
Police said the ex-policeman
IN asked that his name be withheid
because his life w,as in danger.
x They said he as 'a member of
the police force under ousted' Cub Cuban
an Cuban president Fulgenciti Batista.
Detectives' said the three, men
were standing on .it corner when
a car carrying the three assailants
drove up., They began beating up
o'' the former policeman, then turned
on the other twtr men 'When' they
ko tried 4to hip.
,,o, Cont if the victims, Ardo Feli Felipe
pe Felipe M se, 34, was shot in the low lower
er lower ri ht leg while he was lying
on t skiewalk. Eloy Armes re re-
- re- ceiv a frattured skull.
" o a r e
Tullis' Out To
WARSAW; PolaneftfPI) --
spectprs hastily .diverted a train,
load 4 of ), scrap en' 'route 'to a
foundary-for 'melting down When
they idiscovered the freights cars
held Jour tons ,of 'live artillery
The train, instead, was sen't
an arnty' de-fusing center., ,t
The scrap',manager,, Wladyslaw
Wojcik, who had bougtit the 8,000
pOunls ,of ,World War II lhelis
land area, of ',,, Werke, was lir.
fd membership meeting for
p.M. in the Tivoli ballroom,
one-half hour before the pegeant
ir to start. At that time new
Offictre are to be 'elected and a
.short business session will, be'
'held. Dues 'Of two dollars Will be
phyable for the coming academic
yeari, Fa11,4959 to, Summer', 1960.
All persons interested in Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian history are welcome to
As long as 30 months'
, In the lityle itnd
pica you want.
' MR CONDITIONED
Ai NEXT TO THE CENTRAL -THEATER
, : TELL 2-111611 4 2-53811
, NEW YOR1C, May 15 (1171).,
,President Eisenhower today: hail hailed
ed hailed 'creation -of a center for the
perforing arts in what Wel re.
centlY. NewlYork., shun as' a
"great cultural adventure" wigch
will transmit a human message
for peace and understanding
throughout the ivorld.,,
The President turned the first
shovel of dirt on the ; site of a
new hail for the New York Phil Philharmonic
harmonic Philharmonic Orchestra,- ono -.of ail
major buildings in"the in"thedollar
dollar in"thedollar Lincoln Center for the Per Performing
forming Performing !Arts. Another of the
buildings will be 'the, new -home
of the MetropolitassOpera., 4
' Eisenhower 'flew here om
Washington for a 15-hour visit ,to
dedicate the center,- .visit 'n world
trade fair and make a major eve evening
ning evening address on American scien scientific
tific scientific effort'.
, Speaking' benetith a Mue and
white canopy on- a mild and sun sunny
ny sunny day before thousands crowd crowded
ed crowded 'into levelled tenernent'grounds
above Columbus Circle,- Eisenhow Eisenhower'
er' Eisenhower' said the Lincoln Center was
a stithulating approach to,,--the
problem of urgan blight as well
as a symbol of increased' interest-
h American cultdre.
Strike In litiof York'
Enters Sixth Day ,-
NEW YORIC (1111)46-A strike of
non-professional workers against
six voluntary hospitals went into
its :sixth day today with' no pros prospect
pect prospect of immediate mettlement.
-A' City Rail meeting broke ep
Tuesday night' with Mayor Robert
Ir. Wagner reporting "no prog progess"
ess" progess" and with no date pet for a
The strike was -called by Local
1M of the Retail Drug 'Employ.
ees Union in an effort to', gain
recognition as a bargaining agfnt
for the kitchen and housekeeping
workers. The h o sp itals are
exempt from provisions of feder federal
al federal and state labor laws dealing
with collective bargaining and
have refused to discuss,union ,rec ,recognition.
ognition. ,recognition. .(
It was .imderstood trhat their
-Ioards turned -down a tompro tompromise
mise tompromise proposal ',for de,lacto recog recognition,
nition, recognition, in which the -union ,would
be ,permitted to bargain for em employes,
ployes, employes, but ,Vould not have ,a for formal
mal formal contact,to represent them. 1
The union has tialmed 3,500
workers are on strike, but hospi hospital
tal hospital spokesmen put the number at
a' little. more than 1,000. Services
,have been maintained with volun volunteer
teer volunteer helper,k7 ,,,, V1,-
1,1 ,os-v, t
Of Princely Chum
VALLAURIS, France (UPI)
'Kim Novak enjoyed the luxury of
the chateau of Prince Aly Khan
The movie actress ,became the
newest addition to the chosen few
omostly beautiful women who
have the privilege of using the
Prince's cheateau here.
She moved 'in with her mother
and father, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Novak. The Prince, now Patti,
stan's delegate to the United Na Nations,
tions, Nations, is in Ireland.
"They're' just good friends,"
was the word from the white villa
where the ,Prince honeymooned
with another film. beauty, Rita
Hayworth as decade ago.
01,1", DIAL ME MAIM
With Gibson Comfort lon
Cooling you get coot, crisp air'
on hot, hot dayi end cool, dry
-.air on humid, muggy days....
oil with the turn of e
, PLUS 7fijqief
1 Autoraolk 'Afr-Suroop provklos
droff-froo cooling to very owner
of your room.
,45th Street.itialria Es Was
,TeL 3-1285,, ;
rammd. A Aatutacall
linoviere As' ultural, dventure
',', "Here et Lincoln''Conter Amer- great 'cultural adventure will not
leans will' have ,new; and expand- be limited to our own ) borders.
ed opportunities for. acquiring a Here occur a Arlie inter interred
red interred -community :of t ter es t change of the fruits of national
throughout common tontset with cultures. From this will develop
the performing ,Eisenikower e growth that will spread to the
laid. : torners the earth, bringing
- - with it the kind of human mes mes"American
"American mes"American i technology,;.' labor, sage' that nly individuals not
industry and business are re- governmentstan transmit. Here
sPonsible: fon the 20th century will develop a mighty influence
freedom of the individual-making for peate and understanding
free a greater portion of Ms time throughout the world.1!.
eihich to improve the -rnind,': Another speaker was' John D.
body and spirit. To- them we ate Rockefeller, III, president ot the
likewise 'indebted for- the. capaci- Lincoln:Center which will also
ty-rto establish thi -tenter. The house' a- repertory theater, a
lives of' all of Als will'-beetutch- dance-theater, a chamber music
ed: : t hall and several educati2nal in inThe
The inThe beneficial influence -if this stitutions for the arts.
MERITORIOUS -AWARD Navy. civilian Gerard C. Grenter
(right,), of the U.S. Nayal Communication Station in the Canal
Zone ig awarded the' Navy's "meritorious civilian service a award;'
ward;' award;' for outstanding Performance by Cdr. Charles Ir. ,Con ,Concartnon,X0mmunication
cartnon,X0mmunication ,Concartnon,X0mmunication Station commanding officer. It was
the 'first award for.tb,',:Navy' pubblic works supervisor from
! ...with exelueive
' Super AT-7 which
eliminates tho eaves
Of body odor.
FELIX cordially 'invites you tof
consult with Mademoiselle
Emilie R. 'de Leon, expert
Iteauticlan !: from the werld4
famosou'LANCOME Iletutf 511-f 1
Ion ,In Paris 4ornorrow Saturdat
May 16th lot our Branch Store:;.,
en Tivoli Ave. 4,
9:30 a.m. to II noon .-
3:00 p.m. to-.5:30 p.M.
Her, FREE ',consultations
will be conducted in Eng English,
lish, English, Spanish and French
No. 18-60 Tivoli Ave.
Here at hiadquarters for
PROTO quality hand
tools you will find all
types for all usetfrom
tiny saewdrivers to giant
wrenches. And every one,
is doigned ,to give better,
safer,' longer service.
Come in $!hd letys help yolx
elect the ones yol'i need.
0 .. --,
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Mr. and Mrs. Dan G. No of
Margarita announce the birth of
Chair daughter, Jeinine Lenore,
On May 6 at Coto Solo Hospital.
- The maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Rudge
Of Balboa and the paternal grand grandf'
f' grandf' 'parents are Mr. and Mrs, Wayne
bias of Burbank, Calif.
, Retirement Party
' Ti Honor Frasers
'' Plans are being made for a ga ga'
' ga' la retirement party in honor o'
':Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fraser of
Pamboa. The event will be held
Saturday. June 27, at the Tivoli
,L52.ektails, a steak dinner and
isp MISS NORMA TATUM of Okla.
Ahem& CitY, Okla., daughter of
Ilir end Mrs. RalPh Newton, to
engaged to be married to Harold
D. Pryor, son of Mr. and Mro.
Vir, Pryor of Hea 'don, Okla. The
Prospective bridegroom is cur currently
rently currently on a military assigment at
I A requiem Mass for the repose
?If the soul of the late Mary
fIremmer will be held nest Mon.
Yry at San Miguel Church at 7
4 Mrs. Bremmer died last April
All friends at the family ire
Wed to attend the
a lovely custom for the ladies
In the 01.4:P(o:tle
Mondays and Fridays
5 to 7 p.m.
BEGINNING TODAY, the 15th.
In the Sabi Bar
midnight te 3 a.m.
, every Friday and Saturday
Muoz plays the organ for the late CrOVi
complimentary night-cap at 3 a.m.
dancing be featured enter.
tainment of the evening.
Friends sod coworker who
plan to attend should' make re.
servations hy calling Gembda 164
178 or I.01.
A special meeting of Local 593,
International Uni On of Operating
Engineers, will be held at 0:30
this evening at the Locks Ern.
ployes Club at Gatun. All mem.
hers are requested to attend.
Atlantic Skill PTA
The Atlantic Side Parent-Teach.
er Association will meet Monday
evening at 7:30 in the all-purpose
room of the Coco Solo Element.
aryo School. ThiS will be 94 final
meeting of the school year, end
new officers will be installed.
A gem stone mounted into a
ring will be given es a door
prize by Vice.President Tom Sell.
Pan Canal, Airforce
Men Win Stereo
Sol Al Len Ion Ball
C. L. Dimtick of Balboa anl
M-Sgt H. Hodge at Albr Arai
were the winners of the s'ereo
phoni: hi-fi record players given
way as door rpizes at the A.
merican Legion 40ti anniversary
boll last Saturday,.
Dimhick was present at the
time the winning member was
drawn while lodge was unble tO
The third (consolation) prize
was won by Sgt. Aurelio River
of Headouarters and Headonag.
ters Company, 20th Infantry, Fort
Kobbe. Ms orize consisted of a
pair of man's and lady's wrist
watches, a table radio. It silver
inlaid dish set and four cant Of
Honored guests at the 1411 In4
cluded 'SHY. Gen. Con lt, chief
of stafft of Caribben Command.
end Brio. Gen. Wan. Dsontv
commanding general of USAR
CARIB. Miss American Legion
(Judy Myers) her staff and es.
cortq wars also in attendancq
addiflon to an estimated crowd
of (150 people.
On Whitsunday, at 1:00 a.m.,
Bishop Heber Goodin, act
minister the Sacrament of Moly
Confirmation and preach at St.
Margaret's Church, Margarita.
, ST. PALMS
in observance of Pentecost, the
Services et St. Paul's Episcopal
Church will be at the usual hours.
At the 9 o'clock Eucharist there
wW be a parish corporate com communion,
munion, communion, and blessing of a new al altar
tar altar frontal and super frontal given
by the Altar Guild,
The member' of the Fleur de
Lis Society are sponsoring an
evening with old and new friends
at the Sojourners Hall, "P" -Street
from 3 to 6 p.m. Holy Bat lam will
be at noon and 5 p.m.
Whitsunday, also known as
Pentecost Sunday, will be em emphasized
phasized emphasized at the Union Churches
on the Atlantic side sund a y.
Pentecost com memorates the
advent of the Holy Spirit into the
Christian faith. The day is also
given to the topic of church unity.
The World Council of Churches
hos prepared extensive literature
in this field.
The Rev. J. W. Limkemann of
The American Bible Society will
preach at the 1 cm, Margarita
Church, His permon is entitled
"The Fellowship el the Holy
Rev. Theodore E. Franklin will
preach at the 9:30 a.m. Coco Solo
service and will be the guest
preacher at the 1 Gatun
aervice. His sermon is entitled
"Moved by the Holy Spirit".
At the evening Youth Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship meeting the Rev. William
Livingston of the Church of God
will address the group on "The
Meaning of Pentecost".
Assisting in thP ministry of hos hospitality
pitality hospitality will be Mr. end Mr. Rt
G. Peterson in Margerita and
Mr. and Mrs(C. A. Greene in Com
Solo. Miss Alice Taber will be in
charge of the devotional service
at the youth meeting.
STAGE RI GHT
EDLINGTON, Enstland (VPI)
Guardsman Tarry Smith's 'mother
said yesterday he probably ran
away from his regiment because
he is so sby he dreaded the idea
of atanding in front of Ducking.
ham Pelmets in red coat Ind for
hat while tourists stared. He re recently
cently recently waif assigned to guard duty
at the palace.
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LIONS DEPART TOR DISTRICT CONVLrNTION.A.One 'group Of ,the Panama delegation, ef LION
who will attend the Ilth Convention of Dbtrict D to bs held in San Jose, Costa Rica left on
Thursday morninir aboard LACSA's luxurious Convair 1140. Ineiuded in theogroup are IIMIllentat
001 of the Lion s Club throughout the Ropublie Panama, Colon, Chit's, ote,, as well as from
Balboa in theCanal Zone, 1 ,-;
At the Tocumen International Airport to Joie this distinguished 11011D WW1 Mr.Manuel I,
Gralales, General Manager of LACSA, Lines Areas Aortas Costarricenses, SA. Ageompanyhta
the group is Mr. Van Hoords, of Balboa Express, who handled arrangements for the exeuraion,
Atomic Power May
Water To Fresh
Secretary Fred A. Seaton said
today the government may try
to use atomic power to oper operate
ate operate 031 Of Its proposed pilot
plants for changing salt water
into fresh water.
The proposal would link two
new scientific procestes that give
promise of solving two old prob.
tempthe need for cheap power
and plentiful water.
Seaton said it could "open new
horizon' for the peaceful applica application
tion application of atomic energy" end thould
bring nearer realitv "the dream
of large volumes of low-cost eon eonverted
verted eonverted water for arid areas."
The Interior Department ?pro ?proposes
poses ?proposes to uee the nuclear-generat.
id heat in the second of five wat water
er water conversion olants authorized
by Congress. All the plants are
supposed to give practice Urge
scale demonstrations of low-cost
conversion of salt and brackish
Seaton announced In p state statement
ment statement that a multi-stage flash Cs Cstillation
tillation Cstillation process would be 111Pfl in
the second saline water plant,
wbieb will be designed to convert
sea water ot a rete of at least
ozte -million gallons daily.
No sites have yet been selected
for any of the converlion plants.
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Next Wek-With Music Oi Amiiica
When Howard Mitch' Ill Music
director of the National Symphony
of Washington, D. C. brings his
orchestra to Panama 'for two con concerts
certs concerts under the Napless of the
Panamanian... Nati American As Association,
sociation, Association, he will bring under understanding
standing understanding and experience with this
music, because throughout hit
career he this shown az intense in interest
terest interest in the music of the Ame Americas.
ricas. Americas. Ote concert is at the Rio 'rhea.
ter in Panama City on MaY 21,
the other at the Colon Theater
on May 22.
Just last year, Mitchell played
an importa.nt role in the First Iii Iiiter.Amerioan
ter.Amerioan Iiiter.Amerioan Music Festival held
in Washington April 18, 19 and
This festival was designed to
display and celebrate music of the
Western Hemisphere. .the Amer American
ican American music if today. If offered
world premieres of nim works es especially
pecially especially commissioned for the
cession, and world premieres of
several other works offered by the
Every other piece of music per.
formed at the festival was heard
for the first time in the United
This .First Inter-American Mu Music
sic Music Festival marked a milestone
for Mitchell Ind many oth,rs int interested
erested interested in the exchange of music
between the two continents of this
Generally, the music poles of
New York and Buenos Aires re remine'd
mine'd remine'd mutually esclusive until the
1920Is 'when conterte of Latin A
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rollout musieLvmre begun at the
ran American 'Union.
There base been many precis preciscessors
cessors preciscessors such 113 the Ibsro-Amerkan
Music Festival in Bogota,
the Mexican concerts presented
by Carlos Chaves in New York
in 1940, the National Symphcmy
concerts st the Pan American U Union
nion Union with Juan Jose Castro Of
Argentine as conductir, and a
guest conducting tour in 1947 by
Guillermo Espinosa In the, inter.
est of establishing permanent lea leativalo
tivalo leativalo of music on larger scale.
After guest conducting in Cuba
in 1956, Howard Mitchell accept accepted
ed accepted an invitation to conduct ithel
National Symphony of Guatetna-1
la on July 3, 1937, In celebration
of that country'a Liberation Day,
and stayed on three weeks for
Such exchanges laid ground.
work for various. Latin American
music !Wives Web as thoee In
Caracas, Wilms's, in 1954 and
1957, which led to the First Intim.
Amerkan Music, Floatival of
It is the hope of the fitter4-
merican Music Llenter, organiser
of this First Inter-American Mu.
sic Feetival, -that it will beconts
a regularly scheduled event to be
held every two or three years,
The tour of the National Sym Symphony
phony Symphony of Washington, D, C. which
begins in Noma, and will take
the orchestre through Central and
Scouth,,,,Anteirc,a, la aimed
etrangthening interest in thia type
of program, which is benefice. ic
both cuntinents of the Western
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LONDON, May 10 (UMPrime
Minister Harold SaCMillan
explained that he put off Sritieh
national election to avoid the
"spectacle" of bittar campaign
interfering with's summit conies,
este this glummer.
"It would have been a betrayel
of British interests to hold MO
ly contested election at the 'open
ing of what may he the most
critical months iu the history Ol
Europe for many decades,"
minim told a group of newspaper
"I cannot think that the cowl,
bution yhich British statesmen.
ship has a right and a duty ,to
make to these problemS would be
enhanced if dering this period the
world were treated to a spectacle
of DOHA politicians conterd conterdlog
log conterdlog with each other with event
possible degree' of party, feeling
and even rancor.",
NALTudoltz (UPI) 'Mmy thunderatorm '
telltales egoista investigated to- All twenty-won passengers and
day the possibility that military the crew of Sour Perished. tbe
secrets were Cola from the brief- plane was on a non-etop
sae of a defense specialist killed, from New York City to,Atlanta.
in a Capital airliners crash near Drannbauer,wea en route from
here 'Euesdey.,, ," White Pleb ,N.Y., forconfer-
The vktim wee Charles fences in-Atlants on defense- com4
Drannbauer of Kansas City, an municationa problems.
employe of the American Tele- After an incomplete study of 1110
phone and Telegraph tCo (ATT), mreckage of the sleek turbo-pro
who was, an expert la SAGE, a airliner, the CAB ; and the
huge-, electronic system 'which sources reported a number of tits
warns of enemy attack and helps velopments and pieces of evidence
direct detentes. ,- pointing toward the cause ,of the
A spokesman lot, ATS in Kato grnek,
us City ma quoted so uying Tor one -thing, the "Mud the
Drannbauer may have been car. plane was found some distance
rying-clausified documents relit- from the fuselage vrreckage; indi indikg
kg indikg to SAGE He wae, the super- eating probable structural, failure. ;
visor of I group in obargs of de- Also, the wreckage' wee strewn
4nee communIcitione for- the over two-mils path in a Straight
Eastern Defense Commando line, pointint to "protrusive die dieThe
The dieThe Baltimore Newslbost said integration -
Drssulbeuerie briefcase ,was found 'nee wait svidinci or. "an ex- :
is the wrockage but no docu- plosive force- But the CAB em emulate
ulate emulate were in it. The Deism De- phattised this did not necesearily
partment refused ,to comment on mean an exploalon in the ordinary
tbe Army inveatigation. sense Of the 'word. A wint that
1 Ifivettigators tor the Civil Aero- failed structurally would tear
flautice Board (CAB) uncovered open ,the aide of the pressurised
'evidence tisat tha Capitil, plane, e cabin, resulting in tmdden 'and vtjet-p
owered Ariticount, "came &ant decompression thet resem resemapart
apart resemapart in the air" during a violent Wes a conventional explosion.
Win Stofiardesses Recruited By Pan Am
La tin American senoritas
make excellent Clipper steward steward110611,
110611, steward110611, the judgement of officials
of fan American World Airways
after studying results of a "sem-.
pis" recruiting campaign lit sever.
Until recently the airline's, La Latin
tin Latin American Division, employed
only, girl; who wore 'United States
citizens. gestate of the teat- hive,
opened, the demi to any girl whe
can moot ail nther qualittations,
regardlese of citizenship.
Main qualificatione aro that the
girld be between It and 211 years
old, five feet two inch." to five
feet levy in height lied ,witb
weight proportion, that they
hue th equivalent el it high
school edudetion and thave plea.
sant, cheerful personalities, All,
of course, must be in good health
and pass examination by Pari
Another important qualifice.
tion is that they met speak both
EWA and Spanish well enough
to talk with weenier&
During the teat campagin, girls
were recruited hem Mexico, 'Gus.
tome's, Panama, IC1 Salvador,
Holaduralt Coate Rim Nicaragtio
and' Cuba. Thole groups heve al.
ready finished their training and
ere now flying Pan 'Am Cliener
routes through Latn Amerce,
The well paying jobs Offer abort
houre and pleasant, intereatine
work, but it hoe boon hard to keep,
the mkt filled because of many
reatignationa thlei tiaAnarrigge, At
the woe time the ,company
been expanding, service, eugment.
ing trews on moat of its long
routes to three cabin attend
instead of the previous complw
ment of two.
Ineructime have gond out from
Pan American's Latin AMetielin
Division headquartera in Mitmi
to moutivel of ite st a ti on a
throughout Latin America to sc.
eept written applications from
girls who ars interested in bai
coming Clipper cabin 'attenatits
The applications will be forward forwarded
ed forwarded to Flight Service Department
Official sin Miami and CO inter.
slower will be gent to the station
when sufficient applications, aro
1When hired, the stewardesses
are flown to Mianii, where they
attend the company's "imtversi "imtversity
ty "imtversity of the eir'' with classes in
emergency procedures, interna international
tional international documentation, the prepa preparation
ration preparation and, serving of food and re refreshments
freshments refreshments and the Many other
duties assigned to stewardesses.
During this school period of six
weeks the candidates receive the
same attractive salary they will
urn after graduittion, when they
will be assigned to the company's
bases in Mimi, New York or Hous Houston.
ton. Houston. Their work will take them
over the company's Clipper routes
to the Bahamas,. Mexico, Central
and South America and the ig.
lends of the Caribbean.
Their working month will con consist
sist consist of 70 hours of flying time end
they. will have Sri OPpOrtUttitr of
earning extra money with over overtime
time overtime wok. Most cabin, attendant'
travel about half their working
time and the company pays ex exMies
Mies exMies While OM from bop
being allowed the same perdiem
ollowence given all marnhars of
Those interested troy be pro pro'toted
'toted pro'toted to the better paid status of
Flight Purser and all- may par.
Jake in) the miny "fringe" testi testilite
lite testilite offered by the companY, in including
cluding including SO days annual vacation
with pay; pay raises at lax.
month intervals; a liberal pen penalon
alon penalon plan; phyoical examination
et' regular intervals; 00 per cent.
discount on vacation travel tickets'
end free replacement of uniforms
after the first year of aeryiet.
Mondays. and Fridayi , ,,,,, ,,,,,. .. Heat u,...
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, in, 5 l0 7 p.m. ,,' -41vr,:.,ti..;.,, Baby . ,,' Hboetmhisepheentrionris Of -the WeStOrn ing trews on 'most of its tong: eluding SO days annual vacation
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, I. person ,.. I instead 'of tho previous comple, month intervals; a liberal pen- ,4
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o do ,
, ment of two,
' Int'ructfrns have gond out front ot'regular intervals; 00 per cent. .t
' BEGINNING TODAY, the 15th. Foot OAsis Iftsommip----
P,:.3' . Pan timericents Latin itMetielin discount on vacation trarl ticket'
Divis on hoadquartera in Miami to
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, BUDDY POPPIEllLocal girls with baskets Of red flowers appeared on the streets, service can.
ters, retail stores and offices of the Zone today In the kick-off of the annual Buddy Poppy
sale sponsored by theVeterans of Poreign Wars. The Elt le will continue to June 2, with proceeds
going to veterans' rehabilitatiOn Ind welfare work and the maintenance of the VIM, National
Home at Eaton Rapids. This is-the Mb- annual sale of the memorial flowers.
Om's- at Eaton Rapids,. This is- the 37th- annual sale of the memoriak flowers.
Ike's Housing, .Gas Tax Proposals
: Meet With Opposition In' Congress
WASHINGTON (UPI) T
House Rulso Committee yester yesterdey
dey yesterdey ended its Month-long blockade
against $2,100,000,000 DeMocratic
housing bill that far exceeds Pro
ident Eisenhowers proposals,
Speaker Sant Rayburn (Dam)
said the bill would be-called up4for
HOnse 'debate Tuisday. Conserve Conservetive
tive Conservetive members, backed by, the ad administration,
ministration, administration, promised a new fight
then to trim the measure by 800
The 8-4 vote releasing the hill
followed Rayburn's warning last
week that he would try to bypass
the Rules Committee unless it
cleared the legisletion for floor
The action also-came a day aft after
er after Ellenhower chided Congress for
failing' to replenish the govern--
ment's donleted authority to insure
FHA 41ousing loans. The bill car carrieo
rieo carrieo 'this authority along with a
long list of featurei the Presi President
dent President strongly' opposes.
The Rules Committee blockade
was lifted after a conservative
coalition of Repttblicans and south.
ern Democrats agreed on strategy
for scuttling the bill 9n the louse
The cofiservatives, with admin.
ignition backingi decided to &ban.
don the Prefident'l $1,030,000.000
bousIno butes& Ihen, wilt of,
fer compromise St,300,000,000 hit;
al a 'substitute tor the 42,100,00,.
000 Democratlo plan.
The .tomproMisc, iponsored by
Rep. A. Sydnery Herlong Jr, (DI
Fla.), contained features, lifted
from the Democratic plan, which
conservatives felt gave it a better
chance of winning House approval
than the adminiotrstion plan.
Eisenhower shoo appealed to
Congress Wednesday for action On
higher mains taxes and wheat
Hit propos' to Mersa the
federal gasoline tax from 3 to 41,11
cents a gallon to pUt the road,
building program hack on pg.
aslott-go basis as regardati
la dead duck, Democratic leaders
With Bill Elltott
NINO OP' THE
-,with Ch. Rokttotry
with Ed. 04 Itobinson
- with I. Howout
The Monster ot
t Thousand Deep
T 14. L
LONDON (UPI)The Sunday
Pictorial reported a time and
motion study SUnday which oald
the average typist -spendi 10 per
cent of her working day ehatting
or attending tO her make up, 40
per cent "frittering swey" the
time, and:50 per cent aetuaily
flatly rejected it and GOP Tonics
are split on the request.
The President's propoial for
lower price ,supports on wheat to
ease, the 'huge ',governmentsewned
Surplus alto was In trouble. The
Hons.Agriculture Committee IP'
proved's nedocratic plan to lower
planting allotments 30 per cent
and raise price supports 20 por
cent for twe year".
Member of the Rules Commitr
tee etid Chair Man Howard 1V
2rnith (ONO and Rep, WI DiaM
NI, Co lmer (D-Ittiss.Y twitched
their votes 10 ITN ase the housing
bill. 'The two Demodrats had votei
with tho -four Republican lnem lnembora
bora lnembora ,of the committee April 16 to
block clearance of the
Thit, conservative substitute to
be advanced.' on the House floor
contained. none of the administm
tion-opposed public housing pro proposed
posed proposed in the Democratic bill.
40, SPECIAI PREVIEW OF 4A NIGHT TO IIIMSMIIEW--- Some of tile, distineuished Ittiests
at the recent special preview of the Rank Organisation's newest film "A WIGHT TO REMEM REMEM'
' REMEM' Left' to- right, T DatIngten, Vice-lresident ''' et the AngliPanamanten Cultural
Seeiete, E Sir Ian denderson, Orltish Anillassadoi,:B. Dailingtolt, Presi4ent of Rank
, H. E. Sr. t, Majoll, Italian Ambassador, arta Judge CrOirep et the District Vain or the
i5e Bank Night!
Gold rose $50000
,with Cornel Wilde
The Soitriot Hour
, with, Tom Tryon
FRIDAY, WM 11;
.; ItiEW YORK (OPI) 0 Gloria croatee neurotic it owl
Vanderbilt Lumet.')Aas charged minutiae. Mr. Stokov;vs-ahas a
that her former husband, condu:- 19thtentiiry, -oldWorld auPeraitt auPeraitttor.
tor. auPeraitttor. teopoli Stohowski, widely bit, thin about health, but Ailso prim primlieved
lieved primlieved to bo yean old,' te-really tices Yogi. Be indulges' ill 1 Pro Prowl
wl Prowl and acts. writ like ,,iptgreate longed rough-house, .yoxt .4 style,
grandniother than lather to their that leave the boys e Ousted.
two young sons. "In his borne, no.' aletspapers
The charge wt. ',made in a peti ace pormitted, no radio can be
thin filed Wednesday' by the 35. played. Ie owna Tv set but re reyeamid
yeamid reyeamid heiress a, court action fuses to allow the children to look
1ftUtuted by Stokowski to ?evils St
the custody agreement tor A the "Hs worries over inonsTrthreats,
boys, Stall 11,1 andChris, though there are no ouch threat',
,,,:stobowold -Koko to oitood b but a mere bugaboo in his mind."
caotonth tar. thres inonths time Mrs. Lunat said her own pros.
year during which his has custody 'ne "eriage tc) TV and "emit di.
Of the boys under llims of the ret!or Sidney Lumet ."Is a wonder.
Id,' happy sand complete expert.
cOuple's 1955 divorce. Mrsi Lumet
asked the court to cut that period once" Ind that she and Lumet
"provide a home tor the boys
to two summer weeks, with an which afford diem every oppor
additional two days of Oohs 'itch tunity to feM secure, Ivo trio. be
disciplined mithout being over.
The counter motions were to be
ortillod today. but mien? parent whelniel"
is required to be present.
Stokowski is in Europe. lone" Chemist
Mrs. Lumet's petition said Sto
kpwski hovers over. children's
"like an over anxious and To Show Slides
harmed great grandmother. Re
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, The SUO-.IWB U proud to pre;
CgeittleelliAd By um. Ism a program et super .refis
umuli lu itilu slides next Monday, oventa; at
, Y:30 at the USO-JWs in Balboa.
To Menial Hos Oltal
, The slides wM he presented hY
Mr. Leonard Gordon, Chemist at
SAN FRANCISCO the Water and Laboratory Branch
in Miraf loves, and win comprise
(7,1),,,": pictures taken during e vioit to
Mmn iscd ""dian ""1"4" Colombia of the Diablo Camera
Wintere was committed by his
wife to a privata mental hospital Club, of which he is a member,
Mr. Gordon's program will be
The S2yearold humorist was concentrated on Bogota and Ca.
taken to the institution near here li and thould be of particular int interest
erest interest to both travelers and po pooLtheeadvice
oLtheeadvice pooLtheeadvice of psychiatrists; tentist tourists, is won ss es.
A LI...... ii-.11.- .1114-..11-..11
SAN TRANCIStO (11PI)
Moon fated comedian Jonathan
Wintera was committed by his
wife to a private mental hospital
The 32-year-old humorist was
taken to the institution near here
on the advice of psychiatrists,
who found him "quite disturbed"
and in need of "long-term" men mental
tal mental care,
Winters, master Of a multitude
of voice characterizations' and
comic facial expressions, had
been allowing liana' of strain and
remtly joined Alcohollos Anony Anonymoo'.
moo'. Anonymoo'. Winters was taken into custody
for strange antics on Son Fran Franduo'.
duo'. Franduo'. waterfront, Poychiatriata
recommended that be be commit committed
ted committed to a private institution for
"rest and quiet,"
Dr. T. E. Albers, euperinten euperintendent
dent euperintendent of San Francisco General
Hospital, said the comedian wail
'"quite diaturbod" and needed
"long-term" mental care.
Winters' wife, Eileen, arHyed
from the houple's home in Mam Mamaraneck,
araneck, Mamaraneck, N,Y, and spaM the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon With her husband in his
isolation room. Later she had her
husband transferred to a private
"He's just tired out," she said.
"He'll be all right, soon."
',IWinters;was taker into' clerkly
Tuesday on the gangplank of the
oquere rigged sailing ship
Balclutha, which Is tied up On
public displsy. He told the ship's
cultodian be want441 to climb the
when' police arrived, Winters
identifie&-itimeelt only au "John
Q from er apace" and skid he
had ham) here for "light pare."
Double In Cinemaicopel
Pat BOOM In
Els oso I no 111
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1 Pee CAR!
Boris Day 'Howard Keel
I "CALAMITY JANE"
In TECHNICOLOR! '1-
Tomorrow is sundayi I
1 TUE BRYNNER
Deborah KERR In
MB it is OMB MI
141 MU ill&AVIMO, 1111114 W W. 1Ao us yo agolo
pictures taken during g Omit to 'Me said she continued to fight
of which ha is a member. her to the floor, and at the next
Colombia of the Diablo Camera off the yough, who again knocked
rreedom. As the train began to
Mr. Gordon's program will be 1.tetion against almost made it to
concentrated on Bogota and Ca Cape.
pe. Cape. aged to reach the omergency cord
li and thould be of varticulat int- Pull out of that station, she min mining
ing mining to both travelers and
twist tourists, ta wen sl ee. which-brought it to a bolt
mere enthusiasts. It was struck within minutes bY
Neither train wail derailed and
mr. Gordon, a nova of Now the following train,
his both were atle to leave tbe sta staYork
York staYork City and a lonl-time re.
sident cd Washington, D. C..
tion under their ovm DOUAI' after
a delay of
been on the Isthmtis for approxi approximately
mately approximately three years. He is a fa. -more than en hour,
duets of the UniVirotty of la- in which other trains were re rehome
home rehome and studied cheanical en- routed. 1
gineering at tbe Virginia Poll Polltechnic
technic Polltechnic Institute, His photogra- ----t-,...,,,r- ---,----.
phie hobby bas been given full
scope during his residence here Service Center Theatres
aitid he has many other slides to ToNiGHT
be shown at a laterNdate of
Guatemala, Costa Rica, Mexico
and, of course, Panama itself. BALBOA -- Air Conditioned
All servicement, their families, 105 SAO
and the general- public of Pans- Double Program
roe and the Canal Zone ars oor- Mark Stevons
dially invited to participate in 'Forrest Tucker
Mondars showing. i 'Gunamoka In Tucson" and
I Sabu William Marhall
STRAUSS IN 1.0NDON
LONDON (upi)--West German
Defense Minister Franz Josef
Strauss arrived here by sir to.
day for talk with Brithh M Metals,
etals, Metals, Strauss, Wing, his fourdav
visit, was also scheduled to, visit
defense installations and inspect
British weapons with view to
making arms purchases for the
West German armed foils.
MON. SAT. till 8 p.m.
Across from Coca-Colt
at Fringivini s,
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With Rapist Causes
NEW YORE (WI) A wom woman's
an's woman's battle with an etteroptad
rapist caused eellision of twe
subway trains in Brooldyn
yesterday injuring VI Orions.
Three of them remained in
Coney Island Hospital tOd17, all in
fair condition with, eoncussiona
and internal, injuries.
The collision came about when
Mrs. Lucille LoBianco 43, unable
to escape her attacker a two eta etatioo
tioo etatioo stops, managed to pull the
emergency cord of the first train.
The second train passed throUlth
a signal and an automatie atop.
plat device and ramMed the stop stopped
ped stopped train at about 10 miles an.
hour. Passengers of both trains
were thrown from their seats.
The attacker tlesped In the con
Mrs. tolliance told police that
she, a blond youth of about 17,
and an elderly man were the only
passengers in the last ear of the
The youth knocked her to the
floor, she slid ripPed off her skirt
and WIS attempting to remove har
undergarments 'Ain she broke
free and tried to leave the train
it a atation.
Ahe readied the door, theraid,
bet the youth pulled her back in.
Mrs. LeBlanc. osid that
throughout the battle the third
paszenter cowered ht Ids seat in
apparent terror and made no at attempt
tempt attempt to help her,
BALBOA Air Conditioned
"Gunsmoks In Tucson" and
Sabu William Morels 11
"Saby and The MaldsitIng"
COCO 110140 7100
Viet Or Mature Leo Germ
In Cinemanomoe its Color
DIABLO RTC- ; 1:007'
Owl Show 10:30 P,M,
"Slack Rom Canyon't
"olim YELLER" In Color
GATUN 7 :SO
Tony Curtis Janet Leigh
"The Ported Furlough"
In Cinema Scope & Color
"Terror In A Texas Town"
Owl khow 10.30 p.m.
Lauren Baca 11 Robert Stack
"A GIFT OF LOVE"
in Cinema Scone & Color!
Owl show 10:30 p.m.
"A & C Lost In Alaska"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"EDGE OF BELL" and
"A LAND IINIENOWN"
CAW BITRIM 7:01
"The Abosninable Snowman"
owl pow 10130 pm.
"SON OF ROBIN ROOD"
COCO SOLO Nay 17 111
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,Conal Zone $7,075
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Have a word for it.
With Lanoome's exclusive creams at your filler fillertipsyou
tipsyou fillertipsyou min help yourself to "natural beauty."-
This Is complexion eare the French, way. Try
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4 4 LAN COME
4,.,,t t97-151411 cordially incites you to 001111111I
L'it,- i with Mademoiselle 'mills R. de Loon,
Nit. ,k 0;
7 ;.'V,,,,S expert beautician trem the worldtanu
4,,,he,e ous LANCOMS howdy Salon in Paris.
tom.. ....y May leth at our 19ranch Store on
MOVIIII: 9:30 it.m. to 13 noon-3:00 p.m. to 5:30 Ihm
Mier tree consultation, will be conducted ht
sprach. Spanish and ?trek.
, REFRESHING LOTIONS
the very best in
Felix R. Wore
hist Arotatitehs Aye.
Ss 34th tit
LANCOME Products also obtainable at:
Drogueris Gonzales Ittovi Ila
t:IIIiIC litil 1,11 Ullib 1,416 IJ6., kw.. - 0.
tic hobby has been given full e
!op during his residence here 4111TiCe Contor Theo:Otos
ad he has many other slides to ToNIGHT
le shown at a laterNdate of 4 4
tiatemala, Costa Rica, Mexico '"
ad. of course, Panama itself. BALBOA -, Air Conditioned
All servicement, their families, 4:15 SAO
nd the general- Public of Pans- Double Program With Wet
la and the Canal Zona ars cor- Mark Stevens
tally Invited to participate in , 'Forrest Tucker tipeyou o
ionday's showing. ."Gunsmoko In Tucson" and
Satz William Marehall This Is so
TRAUSS IN LONDON "Sab and The Ma lo Ring"
LONDON (upi)--West German ,oco ow,. 7 ied Lanooms.
)efenae Minister Frans Josef 0-f
trausa arrived here by air to. VictOr Mature Leo Gann
ay for talk" with Briihn offi- "TANK ?MICE"
In Cinemanoo4 its Color :t' '1'::
DIABLO IITC, 44' 1:007'
Strauss, Auring, his iourdaY
'hit, was also ocheduled to visit Jill Corey .. i,;.::'i:;:i,
lefense installations and inspect Paul RaMpton if. ii:C;;':,
iritish weapon' with I view to "SENIOR ?nom" ,:: ::, ::,,,i:io, .,:si,
flaking arms purchases for the Owl Show 10:30 p,m, : vi::: ,:i:,11
vest German armed foils. "Slack Illoesto Con on" ::;, ,,' :41
i ,. Ma,
t only as "John
ice" and skid he F
or' "light yeari.'
inlMTO 35 20
loward Keel hi
TY JANE" I
a Sunday! e
, GAM00A 7:00 lam4414;u ous satilluuma seamy 1141011 in rank
Dorothy Malone tomorrow Saturday May 10th at our leraneh Stors on
For rem parker
"olim ULM" In Colo Tivoli 400110
PROMPT CATO 7 :II
Tony CUltla Janet Leilth HOVIS: 9:30 Cm. to 13 noon-3:00 p,rtt. to 5:30 Ihm
Mier Ins eonsultations will be oonduetad ht -.
COURTEOUS "Ths Perfect Furlough 1
In CinemaScp te & Color
RADIO MARGARITA 7:00 English. Spanish and ?rem&
TV-HI-FI Sebastian Cabot ,.
"Terror In A Texas Town"
SERVICE' Owl show 10.30 p.m.
"Revell e of The Creature"
CALL 2-2374 PARAISO 7:00 N,
auren B, ac,all Robert Stack
MON. SAT. till 8 p.m. A GIFT OF LOVE"
in CinemaScone & Color! .
ALL WORK Owl show 10:30 p.m.
"A az C Lost In Alaska" 1 41
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"EDGE OF BELL" and 1.....4s
"A LAND IINIENOWN"
CAMP BMW) 7:00 1 411
' Peter Cushing
00640 41torP! "Ths AboMinable Snowman"
In cmemesoopc A.
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at Frangipani s, COCO SOLO May 17 13
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Hitting Streak to 19 Games
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' :-: NEW YORK, May 11S (UPI) Stop Hank
. '''- That's the watchword now among battered, be be.
. be. Wildered National League pitchers who are worried worried.ly
.ly worried.ly rondering if there'll' any,' end in sight.
- !- Aaron, eurrentlY on a 19game ly three bite. and retiring the last
- ..- hitting ptreak, is betting a fantas- -16 hattersin order. Dave Hillman
,r-, tic .I187 and,thows no sign of let- was the loser although Bell got
his game-deciding blow off rebel,-
: up. I
.; ', Tlie pitchers uhed to say uthufat. er EDoornlyEwlstyciehh, of filo
''''' 'no one ever would top Hugh Bos.
moved to- 21st plase on the list.
,,. ty's kecord .438 set with th
-'401es in 1894, but nowe they' of all time big league win winnen
nen winnen in beating..the Red Sox. The
s' lg. to think Aaron has a
victory, his fith ot the season,
, erect a (it.
Chicago, while Doe Beddin din dinThe
The dinThe 25- r-old Milwaukee, Mall.1-
enitt:bhiegdrliihtilnilirrarrit.HUabtaiid, Af Af'
' Af' er enjoye one of his typical mg
mos RusiO and Red:Faber.
- lasttni, ght hen he collected thrthee
Del Ennis, Earl Torgesofi and
: for-ive in an 8-7 victory over h :
Jim Landis each homered for
'', St. Louis ardinals that stretc e
:- the Brave lead to 1 1-2 gamesh.
nected ter.Boston. Ennis, a Cin Cin-
- Cin- Aaran's third hit, his second d?
. ble laf thei game in the sixth tin- cinnati castoff, drove in fodr rrus
in a 19-hit attack that hoinered the
,t nine, was the one that hurt hf
White Sox le their sixth straight
k Cards. It came with the bases u
t Billy Hoeft atarttel for the
. andLcapped a five-run rally. Ed EdRed
Red EdRed Sox, failed to stirvive a the theL
L theL die alathres. added his 14th -11t;tnr.r run first inning, and was charged
',, -- in the eighth but Milwaukee mat-
with his third defeat.
, eget Fred Haney still had to rus
Jim Bunning, back on the right
c 'Lew Burdette in from the builpe.n
track again after an early-season
to throttle a ninth-inning St. Louts
detour, tcrned in his third straight
rally. 1,- ictory for the Tigers in holding
acrdette ended the game oy
the Seantor's to four hits.
getting Stan Musial to hit into
g Bunning, who lost his first three
a double play, thus halting -a
ames, was backed by a 10-hit
three-run uprising and preserie. attack that included home runs by
Ina' Bob Rush's third victory.
Eddie Yost and Al Hahne. It was'
, Pil,tsburgh defeated Los Angele the seventh for each, and rookie
-7-6; Ban Francisco blanked PhPa PhPaBob
Bob PhPaBob Allison entered into the spi spidelphia,
delphia, spidelphia, 8-0, and Cincinnati beat rit of the occasion by hammering
Chicago, 2-0. his seventh homer for the Sena SenaThe
The SenaThe Chicago White Sox climbed tors. Hal Griggs suffered his first
to within a half-game of the Am,er- loss after winning his first 'two
lean League leed with a 14 6 games.
triumph over the Boston Red Sox. Ned Garver and knuckleballer
the Detroit Tigers whipped the Bud Daley pitched the Athletics
Washington Senators, 4-2, and the to their victory over the Orioles.
' Kansas City Athletics nipped the Between them they held Baltimore
Baltimore Orioles, 2-1. The league- to four hits.
leading Indians and Yankees were Garver gave up only one hit
idle, in four innings, a. homer. by Wil WilDick
Dick WilDick Stuart's ninth-inning born- lie Tasby- in the fourth, then de
er snapped a 6-6 tie and gave the parted in the same frame when
,. Pirates their victory over the Dod- he bruised his pitching hand
gel It was Stuart's second gam knocking 'down Gene Woodling's
winning homer in as many nights smash. ; ,
and his sixth of the season., Loser Wily O'dell ;was.--nicited
Bob Friend, trying for his' first for 10 hits, including' Roger Ma.
victory, was routedin the eighth ,ris' eighth homer in the second
-hen the Dodgere licored four' runs inning. Daley, the winner, scored
to tie the score. Roy Face came the deciding ren in the seventh.
on and picked up his sixth stright He singled, moved to second on
victory. Roman Mejias also hom- Bill Tuttle's single and set sz,,i1
erect. , for home on RaY Boone's third
Young Mike McCormick hurled hita Single to center, Tasby m
a three-hitter and Willie Mays perfect throy to the plate and ap.
clouted a three-run homer to lead parently had Daley dead to rights,
the Giants to victory. ever the but catchier Joe Ginaberg muffed
Phillies. McCormick, who scored the peg and that turned out to be
his first Victory, had a no-hitter the hall game.
going for 7 1-3 innings.beofre pin
hitter Granny Hamner doubled. COMPETE IN RELAYS
Gene Freese and Chico Fernandez VILLANOVA, Pa. (UPI) u The
each singled in the ninth for the Villanova University mile relay
other Phillies' hits. Ray Semproch tearn will run in t o m o r r o w
was the loser,
night s track "meet at the Los An An,
, An, Gus Bell's single with the base gelea Coliseum: The aquad, un unloaded
loaded unloaded in the ninth produced all beaten this season in the mile,
the runs in the Cinlinnati Chica- includes Joe 'Manion, Nick De
go game. Joe Nuxhall went the Angelis, Charlie Stead, Ed Colly Collydistanre
distanre Collydistanre for the Reds, allowing on- more and Jim Blackburn.
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Tigers 18 6
Hits and Mrs 17 7
Loafers 16 8
Kool Kats 12 12
Jumpers 11 13
Katz N Jammers 10 14
Roiling Five 9 15
Un Lucky Five 4 20
Kool Kats 3 'rigors
The league leading 'niers were
tamed add caged by the Kool
Kats, 3 to 1. The Tigers went
down scrapping, losing one game
by four hunks of lumber, and 108-1
ing the Total Pin fall by 33. The
Ketree combo of Billie and M
the bengals, nearly pulled their
team to victory with 536 hdcp, and
521 hdcp series. Jim Mingini in increased
creased increased his league leading aver average
age average with a 505 scratch for the Kool
Hits and Mrs 3 Unlucky Fivel
Going into the final game, both
, teams were deadlocked at One
point each, with the vniucky Five
having a 12 pin advantage in the
Total Pins, the last game went
right down the wire, and the- Mt
and Misses did not miss out, Mot
cause they wont the last tussle by
13 pins, which. gave them a solo
stick advantage in the TP column.
No one really got hot on either
team, and each squad had a 500
hdcp candidate. Jerry Reid
smacked 551 for the Hith and Mrs.
while Hal Uffelman tallied 504 for
the Unlucky Five, who have a
stranglehold on the cellar.
Loafers 4 Jumpers 0
The Loafers, gained on the sec.
ond and first place clubs, by
sweeping their match with the
Jumpers. Only the exit game was
close, fifteen pins separating the
teams. The Lady members-of the
Loafers, lifted most pins off the
lanes. Maxine Nichols, had her
sweeping curve working for a 539
hdcp series, and another damsel,
Gene Cardin carded 524 hdcp.
"JR" Williams wag the best of the
Jumpers with a 523 hdcp.
Rolling Five 3 Kits N
J a romers 1
One lonely pin in the last game
of the night, prevented the Rol Rolling
ling Rolling Five in getting all four points,
and the one pin averted the Katz
N. Jammers from being shutout.
For the Rolling five, three bowlers
did their chovs in a satisfactory
manner, Bill Fish hit 559, Betty
his missus 512 Chuck Ingram 521
all hdcp. For the Katz N Jammers
Harold Thiapen was the standout
with 552 hdcp het.
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TROPHY PRESENTATION Colonel Cecil Himes, Atlantic Army
Area commander, presents a championship trophy to lack Butson,
third baseman for the league-, champions, the "Tigers" won 21 out
of 24 games during 'the jteitS011. Looking on are Capt. Alistair D.
Munro, league secretary and- Sfc. Edgar A. Badger, vicepersident.
(US Army Photo)
Pacific Softball. League
Second Half Standing
Teems W L Pct. Gb
Abernathy .16 13 3 .812
Cerveceria 16 12 4 .750 I
Jantzen M. 17 9 8 .529 412
G. Mariners 17 ,4 13 .235 912
Mauricio 18 4 404 122 10
(With 8 or mote Decisions)
Names W Er. Pct.
L. Hilzinger (AB) '18 1 31 ,929
R. Lobaugh (P.Lr 8 1 24.889
A. Ausmus (AB) 10 2 11 ;833
C. Simions (J) 8 4 41 .667
Mc N. Lane (PI) 13 9 51 .619
C. Carrattini (J) 11 11 57 .500
J. Hardin (M) 8 70 .273
J. Hobbie (KM) 3 17 123 .150
,,Ons horse already Awes; official official1,4
1,4 official1,4 named fordhs second jewel in
the Triple Crown altbpugh,the en entry
try entry box does not' close until Fri Friday
day Friday morning. Afiersuperviaing ea
five furlong workout in A:03 4-5 by
Open View Thursday' ,morning,
Trainer Ray Metcalf handed an
enta7 blank to Racing Secretary
' Based on 19 or More Official
turns ,at Bat
Names AB R H
L. Hilzinger (AB) 90 33 38 .422
Niikisher (,1) 90 25 35 .389
4. Black (J) 124.38 45 .362
G. Kosili 100 24 34 .340
Gayer'(4) 114 39 37 .325
T. Ostrea (P.L) 96 25 31 .324
J. McArt'rs (15'.1,) 94 30 30 .319
B. Carlin (P:L) 94 25 30 .319
J. Skala (MA) 89 19 28 ".315
L. Jones (AB) 89 40 27 .303
B. Mead (3) 97 26 29 .299
W. Trout (AB) 92 14 25 .261
B. Wight (51.41) 89 16 22 .247
(including game of Tussday)
Home Run Loaders
G. Totcherman (J) 9
L. blies (AB) 7
L. Hilzinger (AB) 7
A. Ausmtia (AB) 6
G. Kosilt (PI)" 6
B. Nickisher 5
Runs Batted in Loadors
11;"Nieldsher (J) 38
G. Totchterman (J) 35
L. Jonek (AB) 32
L. Hilzinger (AB) 33
D. Gayer 28
J. Skala (KM), 21
C. Carrattini (J) 11
D. Gayer 0) 10-
A. Husted (AB) 7
J. Skandamis (KM) 6
T. Ostrea (P.L)
To Play Friendly
5-Game Series Here
Local Bowlers will entertain a
troupe of keglers from Caracas,
Venezuela. The visitors are re representing
presenting representing the United States Mill Milltary
tary Milltary Mission to Venezuela, and a
sqUed of seven will arrive May 24.
An All-Navy team will take on
the visitors, Monday evening at
the Fifteenth Naval District
Lanes at Amador. TuesdaY, 80
All-Army 'team will play host to
the MiSSIOnti .at the Kobbe Kegling
Wednesday, lity 27, at the'Ball,
boa Bowlerame, the Vgneettela
-travelers meet two squads.
First they will'engage an all-civilIan
team from the Canal Zone.
Later the same evening, the Nils.'
sions will roll against an All-Paanamanian,
The tout will conclude on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, at the Albrook Lanes when
an All-Air Force team will test
their skill against the friendly in invaders.
vaders. invaders. For the Navy, Lou Castro
is, making up the team, for the
Army,' Bruci Hassler is naming
the bowlexs, for o the Airforce
Mackie Miller will present his se seleqtiort.,
leqtiort., seleqtiort., Manny Fernandez has Pepe Da-,
mien, Humberto DeLuca, Yoyo
Ortiz and Raul Alvarado as some
of, his At Panamenien team. For
the eivviesrBud Balcer, Don Ru Rudy,
dy, Rudy, Bill Nfckisher, 'Lee Ciente,
George Metager, will display their
bOwlinCtatents agaipst the visit visitfa.
fa. visitfa. ,The Mission .to Venezuela
team, will present on the boards
a team aviraging'about 850, so
the local teams are being formed
to average, about the same figure.,
! might just as well put him in
bow,' he. said,- pointing out thet
Friday be-would be- MI Garden
State Park where the remainder
of the Elkcam horses are stabled.
Karl Korte, who guided Open
View to eighth place in a roughly
rtut Kentucky Derby two, week'
ago, agaAn will. ride.
Action' comes Trrefular,
, Black Hills ,was sent onto a
muddy track early Thursday for
his- final workout for a race
worth 4190,300 .with' 1 starters,
The lightly raced son of Prince Princequillio
quillio Princequillio appeared to be running
well until he-Teached. the head of
the, stretch after, completing about
seven furlongs in a mile workout.
Then Black Hill's action becam'e
irregular and the exercise btyy
started to pull him up.
Trainer Max Hirsch at first
thought- Black Hills' had injured
himself, and immediately declared,
the colt out of the Preakness. vet veterinarian
erinarian veterinarian G. G. Meridith, who lat later
er later examined Black' Hills, said the
trouble seemed to be internal. The
colt's. pulse. was slow and there
was mucus in his eyes and nos nostrils,
trils, nostrils, the doctor reported.
Black Hills was treated for
colic two days before the Wood
Memorial and scratched from that
race "because something might
show up in the saliva test,'
Hirsch said at the time,
Fair Weather Forecast
The veteran trainer then sent
a second Preakness candidate to
the track vhere Call The Witness
went six furlongs in 1:14. Hirsch
said Call The Witness only would
be entered if the track was muddy
and there seemed little likelihood
A brisk wind and bright sun
slowly dried up the track. Pair
weather is forecast for the next
two days with temperatures in the
low 110's forecast for Saturday.
In addition to Open View, the
other horses expected to start in
the Preakness are Sword Dancer.
1First Landing, Royal Orbit, la lanassa
nassa lanassa Mauler, Dunce, Our Dad,
Rico Tesio, Sundown 2ncl, Ma Marauder
rauder Marauder and Festival King.
' LEADING' ilitTERS
(Based on 75 official at bats).
4 1G Ab R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil 27 115 21 56 ,487
Burgoss, P. 25 80 10 33 .413
Tempi', Cin 21 115 22 40 .348
Mays, S. F. 29 118 24 40 .339
Pinson, Cin 28 115 24 39 .339
Cimoli, S.L. 27 120 21 40 .331
Bouchoa, Ph 27 98 13 32 .327
Cooston, M- 25 93 6 30 .323
, Bruton, M 23 91 17 29..319
D'inator,LA 30 117 21 35 .316
O'mmas,S1., 29 76 6 24 .316
G Ab R
Kuonn, Dot 21 83 12
Fox, Chi 28 117 14
Kalimr Dot 27 111 12
Maris, K.C. 26 102 20
Colavito,, C 25 100 17
Rotwitis, B 27 104 17
Powor, Cie 25 105 22
Bricisps, Dot 27 94 8
Tasby, Bal 28 109 19
Steland, C 115 85 17
Runs Batted In
Killebrew, Senators 28
Cerv, Athletics 23
Triandos, Orioles 22
Lemok Senators 22
Maris, Athletics 21
Allison, Senators 21
, Horne Runs
Mathews, 'Braves 14
Banks, Cubs 8
Aaron, Braveh 8
Robinson, Reds 8
Demeter, DO gers
Killebrew, Senators 12
Colavito, Indians 8
Jensen, Red Sox 8
Maris, Athletics 8
Yost, Tigers ?
Ka line, Tigers 7
Lemon, Senators 7
Allison, Senators 7
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W L Pct.
Face, Pirates 11 0 1.000
Klippatein; Dodgers 3 0 LOW
Rush, Braves d 3 0 1.000
Roberts, Phillies 3 1 .750,1
Mizell, Cards 3 1 .7501
Henry,. Cubi 3 1 .750
Kline, Pirates 3 1 .759
I AMERICAN LEAGUIt't
'Mc Ugh, Indianh 5 9,1.000
Wilhelin, Orioles 4 0 1.010
Pappas, Orioles' t 4, 1000
Fischer, Senators II, 0 1.04
Kemmenr, Sen4tors 4 1 AOC
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e S.F. 1
e Semproch (2-
1 Hearn and Hes
It Chicago C
it Mitchel (2-2)
it Hillman (2-2
and Averi 11.
; St. Louis
d bridge, Mc Malt(
d McDaniel, lO
ne Both B
It' Scoff ai
',camps of both (
Sugar Ray Rol
ment that he I
fend the world a
"rk Fortner charal
'all, he' knows
d'eat is what ha
17 pars, -said in 83
l2 the terms outlin
12 of Robinson's d
19 Arid ,Mary Jet
19 Fullmer, insiste
11 Basilion are
I7 Robinson's Vilei
13 elito ItomOtime
ums 1 , G 5
Milwaukee - 711 -.6311
Los Angelsi ',, 10 ,,14562
San Francisco' 16 13 .552 2
Cincinnati 15 212
Chicago '' 16 16 .500
Pittsburgh- 13 15 ''' .464 4IA
Philadelphia 11 17- .393 612
St. Louis IC 20 333 I
Philadelphia at St.' Louli'(N)
Cinchmati-at San Francisco (N)
Only games scheduled
000 000 000-0 1
, S.F. 120 010 00x-8 9 0
Semproch (2-2), Phillips, MeYer
Hearn and Hegan.
McCormick (1-2) and Landrith.
Cin. 000 000 002-2 5 0
Chicago 000 000 000-0
Nuxhall (2-2) and Ballet.
Hillman (2-2) Henry, EistOn
010 105 010-8 le 1
St. Louis 010 200 013-7 10 '1
Piz a rr o, Rush (3-0), Trow Trowbridge,
bridge, Trowbridge, McMahon, Burdette and
McDaniel, Kellner, Nunn (2-2),
W.(Smith Brosnan and H. Smith.
Pitthburgh Los Angeles 4
Both Basil lio, Robinson Camps
Scoff at Signing Announcement
eamps of both Carmen Bid Her and
Gene Fullmer' staled today"' It
Sugar Ray Robinson' announce
ment that he has signed t 0-
.4 fend the world middleweight then
,k Former chartrp Basill, who says
412 he' knows of ,,the 'ProPosed"
Pct., loaf is what he reads lit the .pr,
pers, -said in Syracuse, N.Y. ,-that
.03 the terms outlined aioundlikie'ne
348 of Robinson's
.339 Arid ,Marv Jenson, manager ,ot
139 Fullmer, insisted his lighter and
431 Basilion are signed to meet' -for
327 Robinson's vacated title in Syta,
.323 cuse sometime in July.
.316 Robinson was shorn of his crown,
.316 by the National Boxing ',Associa ',Association
tion ',Association nine days ago for...failure to
defend since winning his title back
from Basilic) in Chicago on March'
pd. 25, 1958. Robinson remains chain chain.398
.398 chain.398 pion in the eyes of the non-mem.358
bet New York Athletic Cornmis1
.351 sion but that group is ready to
.343 track down on Sugar Ray tomor tomor.330
.330 tomor.330 row.
.327 There was uncertainty still whe whe.224
.224 whe.224 ther Sugar Riay's signing in Phi Phi.323
.323 Phi.323 ladelphia got him off the hook in
.321 New York state. Under a court
.318 order Robinson has until tomorrow
to "enter into articles of agree-'
ment" for the Basilio fight. Whe Whether
ther Whether his solo signing would be in interprested
terprested interprested as entering into arti articles
cles articles of agreement was question question33
33 question33 32 able.
The announcement of the 15-
31 round rubber match et Municipal
29 Stadium. with' a gross of $750,000
28 to 31,000000 predicted, was made
28 by Alfred Klein, a member of the
Cuba Ave. 27
'by Conrad() Sargeant
, Daily at 7:00 pan.
'W Pet. GS
16,. .640 ..4.
17 11 7-4607 12
15; 13 ,..536' k211
4,, 15 .500 t,316
12 14 .462 41a
12 15 .444
, 11 14 .440 5
10', 17 ,370 7
'Cleveland at Boston. (N) d
Chicago at New York (N)..,
Kaunas City at Washingtper(N1 4'
Detroit at Baltimore (po
, esterday'r Results
chicago 201 222 211-14 40
'Boston 000 001 140..4 11
Wynn, (5-2). ',own and Lollar.
Hoeft (1-3), Monhouquette,
Bowsfield, Fornieles and White.
Det, 000 012 100-4 10 An.
aSh, 000 101 000-2 4 2
Bunning (3-3)and Berberet.
t Griggs, (2-1), Clevenger, Stotts
Hyde and Porter. i
Kansas City 010 000 100-2 -10 j
Balt. 000 100 000-1 ; A
- Garver. Daley (1-2) and Botais-;;;;
O'Dell (1-2) E. Johnsson' and
Only games. scheduled;
Pennsylvania Athletic Coffrmis:
Dr. Ward Wylie, 1413A president',
said liter in Muller's,' W. Va. he
wouiClecommeod, that the ";14BA
"executive committee reinstate'Bo,
hinson as world champion for the
title defense. -
- FRIJOLES C.C. TO PLAY
ATLANTIC ALL STARS
A challenge from C. Niles re representing
presenting representing the Frijoles C.C.,
the Atlantic All Star team whith
, recently hembled a Pacific side r
selection, has been accepted, and
the match svill be played this SIMI
day at Mount Hope.
Captained by Niles, the Frijoles
'C.C. is comprised of players who
were active in League play this
year and deserved consideration
in the selection' of any represen3
tative Atlantic All ,Atar team.
The roster of players follow:,
C. Niles, capt., H. Prescott, vice
capt., A. Dennis, C. Collins, S.--
Hewitt, C. Smith, G., Carrington. c
G. Small, S. Campbell, R. Water A
man, A. Drakes, and P. Appleton.
Players are requested to be out
on time for this match which is !' 4
scheduled to commence at 12:304
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RIGGED-UP -The laterally-gaited pacer (ht movet with
a swaying motion bringing the right front and hind legs
forward at the same time) hat everything but a burglar
alarm in hu rigging, as above diagram shows.
Race Track Graded Entries
Cristobal Nips' i
In Second Game
Second Series Racers Tangle
n $750 Mile Race Feature
P.P. Ham Jockey
1st Race 7th lerlei Imp I
4 Quien Sera
5 The Squire
. T Towns Wall
H. Gugtlneh 132 Rates good chance
A. Alfaro 115 -Could "make it now
! B. Baeza 115 Jockey will decide
v Alvarez 10 Rates chance here
2. Cadogan 100 Would pay off
V. Teiada 86x -Could be upetter
V. Tejada flx
S. Carvajal 115
MJ(.n eth Series Imp. 7 Pes. Purse $450.00 Feel Clem 1:30
"--- girt OF THI OOUBL1
1 Indian Call
B. Aguirre 113 Brief early speed
H. Gustines 115 -Should beat these
B. Baeia 113 Barely won last
G. Milord 108 Dangerous always
R. Prestan 107x -Could be upsetter
F. Alvarei 112 Rates good chtnee
t t nu iniv Thig could be soot
F. Sanchez 103x -Blazing early spted
S. Herna'ndes 110 Could score here
The Green Devils of the" Cant
Tnn Junior Collect continued in
their winning way I when th jy
t.unt h Marines of the 15tn
, Naval District by a score of 55 to
Fresh from their undefeated scuo
u.Hi. iiAn the Devils took the
Aiimmnt nnenar av virtue of
some fine rebound workbyWg
r..r AUTtnHer and hieeer BUly
Gibson, and the noint gathering of
i n tinv twosome Don- Alexander
and Jack Perantie who notched u
,23 and 17 respectively.
The-Marine team gave early in indications
dications indications that it would be a roagb
evening for the Devils but tkey
began to wane In the final mm mm-utes
utes mm-utes of the first half when they
permitted J.C. to take an eight
point' lead. The youngsters of
the Junior College proved the ad adage
age adage "that youth muht be served"
as they took complete eoatroi of
the game in the second half.
Mammoth Meivin wui, piayar piayar-coach
coach piayar-coach of the leather-necks lead hie
team in the scoring department
with thirteen markers.
Junior College will play it next
tournament game on Sat. at 2
p.m. this evening's games will set
Balboa High School taking on the
Battery D 517th Field Artilitry
team from Ft. Amador at 6:30 and
the Balboa Athletic Club engaging
the Atlantic Athletic Club at 3:00.
The box score:
Canal Zen Junier Cellee e
Seven 'second series imported
horses wtfl match strides tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon at the President
Remon racetrack in the featured
$750 one mile race.
ran Tostaoo, despite carrying
high weight of 111 pounds,, will
most likely go off the i.mutueis
favorite. He will also, have the
advantage of the utaaUf impec,
Bright Spur, Gavtta end
Guadalcanal are rated Pan Tes Testacy's
tacy's Testacy's m est ctangareva contend contender.
er. contender. Embassy, Xistullari and
Skabu will ge off as eutsMert
byt Embassy could be an upset upset-tor
tor upset-tor because he is returning from
a layoff in excellent shape. 'C
Baeza'sarch rival Heuoaoro
ST I M U L I S
(PaDitoi Gustines win have the
cable handling of saddle, ace Brau' leg up on Bright Spur. ; The Jat
lio Beasa. L 'ter will be getting a 12-pound
3rd Race "Non Winners' ;Nats. 4 Purse $300.00 Peel Closes 1:00
1- harlie G. B. Aguirre 114 -Form indicates
2- Dan Tin H. Gustines 112 -Barrentin-Dancittg Girl
3Tita J. Rodriguez 110 -Reportedly improved
4-Kazani B. Baeza 112 ; -totayeUtoaiui.
SNovnta v Tres V.Teiaaa 1UX unamwn hu.uuvj
6-Flash F. Hidalgo 9Sx Hopelessly
4m Race "f" Natives $
PAgs. Purse $375.00
Peel Closes 2:30
'S Tito Pereque
'0 King Size
B. Baeza 120 Jockey may help.
A. Gonzalez 100 -Not good enough
E Darib 107 Depends on yitart
H Hidalgo 113x Dubious ride in last
G. Milord 105 -Could be upsetter
D Barret llx Rates good chance
F. Justiniani lOOx -Trailed In last :
. (No Boy) 117x Distance to liking
j. P. Diaz 97x-rCould help Pilluelo
R. Vasquez. J12 For m Indicates ,,
. .to.. 'Mi"Ho; '.or.; ,TS'
I Race "A Natives 7 Fgs. Purse )500.p1 Ijfft' Closes !:
2 Pancho L.
5 Tuti Fruti
- Gonzales 102 Would pay fat odds
H. Hidalgo 9x Could make it here
M. Valenzuela 114 Seems "sure thing"
H Gustines 110 Should be runnerup
S. Hernandez 106 Vsstly, improved
By Contado oat geant
Pa Pt Pf Tot
7 3 J 17
f 13 $1
15th Naval District
Trailinrln ever ouarter until
the all-important final the Crista
bal Tiger eliminated the 5700 Sup-
'Special' Imp. 7 Pga. Purn $50.00 Peel Closes 1:31
l,f RACI OP THI DOUIL1
? Second Cup
? (Black Jet
B!us Paint S
H. Hidalge 105x Rates good chance 3-1
F. Alvarez 106 Ran well last week 4-1
H. Gustines 115 Last waa revealing 3 2
B. Baeza 108 Jockey will help S
H. Pitty 112x Rider only handicap 3-2
Hernandez 117 -an score again s-z.
irt Squadron of the Albrook Air
A more thrilling fourth quarter
orce Base by the acore of 41-45,
The two-year-old native! pn
Tin and Kazan and threeyear-old
-Noventa y Tres apd the Imported,
two-year-old Argentine colt Rob;
ble are the newcomers schedulea
to .make their local debut this
The nstives will go in tomor
row's third race. Robbie is en
tered for Sundsy's eigtn. -.
. Dan Tin, e Week celt y ar.
rotlftiDancIng Girl, is probably
the biggest native racer vee.
bred In me Republic ef Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. He Is one el the Wggest
horses new m training at,, T"e
local oval. Pan Tin is ewnoe nr
the Haras Carinthia and trained
k A tin Saano.
iiub. a full brother to the
brilliant Esteban, ia by KeyhaVen
out of Lituana, He is owned y
the Haras San Miguel and, trained
by Emilio MeHa Glvez.: p.
Noventa y Tres is toe only; nonJ
thoroughbred in the group. This
seven-eignuis imy w or
mour-Lady Caren. She is the pro property
perty property of the Harah El Caraho
and is trained by Auguste W.
Robbie, oriainally named Los
Cucos, is a chestnut oaspring oi
Los Curros-tucu. He is owneu ay
the Stud Quitefto and' trained by
Ernesto Navarro uiez.
Oscar Ghitis has resumed the
training of Creon snd Dagon
They were handled by Domingo
Demare during voa uscar a vhu
tA Nicarltua on business.
Lobo and Micnaux wiu race tot
Enrlaue Bustamante In the future.
Horacio iuaaiEO XNey nas
formerly trained by Hugo de" la
over the training of these animals
One Per Me else has a new
trainer. HareM McDonald hia
replaced Gesten Agullar. ....
Germanic was bought by Jose
E. Meie Galvoi and Is being
trained by Emilio Mejla.
Embassy returns to competi
tion sporting the colors of .the
Stud Costa Kica. lomas buck buck-burn
burn buck-burn is his trainer. .Mar Bra Bra-vo's
vo's Bra-vo's new trainer is Francisco
' Riotm will race undet the co colors
lors colors of the Haras el Cats,io in
the future. Augusto W,.euinan
does nhe training. .Renata, La
Deslree and Behader will race
with blinkers beginning vthis week
This weekend arch-rivals He He-liodoro
liodoro He-liodoro (Papito) Gustines and
Braulio Beza have 19 and 15
mounts, respectively. According
to the. "experts," Gustines has
more horses" with a chance of
winning than Baeza.
; Doamte the difference in Quanti
ty and quality of mounts, it is thu
opinion of this corner that, as
usual, Baeza will wind up the
weekend with the most winners.
Because of the efficient service
being rendered by the Saliva Test
Department of the racetrack, use
of the "receiving barn" was dis discontinued
continued discontinued as of last week.
Track manager Pablo A.
Thayor can soon bo credited for
another stop forward in local
horse racing. Thayer Is making
a request that the use of hai hairnets
rnets hairnets be" obligatory for jockeys.
While Camarista and trasgo
are competing Stateside in "al
lowance races, Perdulario has
sunk to $3,500 claiming races, .
Manuel Yeaza won last Monday's
Pimlico Turf Club Handicap, a
$25,000 feature, before beginning
his ten-day suspension on Tuesday.
pull in the handicap and this
could ba sufficient to give Car
los Rennert's charge the win.
Gavilan, an impressive second
tn Finn T. iiphr 1t uraitlr ia ninv.
ing his best form in a year andl'
should be in the thick of the batllcl
thorughout. Guadscanal, which
wound up third only a nsck be-
mnd uavuan, is anotner norse
that could upset the favorites.
Successful Handino Hernandez
will guide Gavilan while Ar Ar-quimedes
quimedes Ar-quimedes Alfaro gets the assi8u assi8u-ment
ment assi8u-ment on Guadalcanal. Fernan Fernando
do Fernando Alvarez will do the booting on
Embassy, Guillermo Milord will
be aboard Xistullari and Home Home-ro
ro Home-ro Hidalgo will attempt to make
the moonshooters happy with an
upser victory on Sicabu.
The Baoza-bustines roua win
be the added attraction and
could easily overshadow every
thing else at the track. The two
young saddre stars clash
hood-on In eight of the eleven
races. Beaia has total of ten
mounts while Gustines was nine.
Two prospective native stand standouts,"
outs," standouts," Dan Tin and Kazan, will
make their debut In the third
race. Dan Tin, probably the bis
eest native thoroughbred of all
time, will be ridden by Gustines
while Baeza yill have the l;g up
1 Dan Tin, owned by the Haras
Carinthia of Louis Martinz, is
a two-year-old black son of Ba-rretin-Dancing
Girl. Kazan, the
property of the Haras San Mi Miguel
guel Miguel of Carlos and Fernando E E-leta,
leta, E-leta, is an offsnring of Keyhaven Keyhaven-Lituana.
Lituana. Keyhaven-Lituana. Dan fin has been by far
the more impressive of the two
in his workouts.
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7th fcaee eth series Imp. 7
Fgs. Purse $450.00
OP THI DOUBLE
Peel Closes 4:10
1-Mikel A. Gonzales 105 Returns from layoff
H. Hidalgo 107X wngsnoi specialist
B. Baeza 108 Usually disappoints
H. Gustines 115 Jockey may help
B, Aguirre 113 Nothing in weeks
G. Sanchez 108 Could rgo all the way
A.- Alfaro M Has late spurt
J.' Rod. 110 Dangerous once more
D. Madrid llOx Doesn't seem likely
Hernandez 105 Good recent races
D. Barret 102x Could make it too
O, Bravo 110 Dangerous this time
3 La Brisa
5 Le Matelot
t Account R.
T; 10-4 Julio V. S.
1 Mi, ttrtvn
M.'Valen. 110 Close up in last
Peel Cleees 4:40
tth jtaee 7th Series. Imp. i Fgs. Purse $450.00
1-Bathina V. rTejada 109x Would' pay off again
2-J-Skill A. JPerez 113 Seems next best
3 Ml Cautiva H, Hifltlgo 87x Dangerous contender
4 Mtdame Cucu J P. Diaz 10x -Improving slowly
5 (Ben My C. Mi Vulenzue. 108 Last, doesn't count
8-4 Pepin R. Pre stsn lOOx Better this week
7-irvana B. Baeza 112 Excluded from betting
th Raco 2nd Series Imp. I Fgs. Purse $750.00 Peel Closes l:
I f ONI TWO
' ir.avilan S. Hernandez 112 Will fight it out SI
2-right S. H. Gustines 108 Rest may help him 5-2
g-LPan Tostado B. Baeza 118 -Weight amy handicap EVEN
. fembassv F. Alvarez 104 Has sizzling workouts 5-1
sXiitullari G. Milord ,103 Better this week 101
.Guadalcanal A. Alfaro 110 Usually close up 5-1
TSirahn H. Hidaleo S6x Apparently outclassed 25-1
Mm! Race 4th Sorlea Imp. 4 Fgs., Purse $40,000 Pool Closes 1:40
1 His Majesty J. Rodriguez 118 'Has rounded into form
4- -Prlncesa G,
8 El Tunchl
H. Hidalgo 107x -Upset specialist 151
B. Baeza 113 Must so much lower 301
J. PhlUinh 113 -Not cood enough 5
.(No BoyMlO Not against these 25-
F. Alvarez 118 No. 1 contender 2 2-H.
H. 2-H. Gustines 115 Early speed only 3
S. (Hernan. 110 Wag tiever better 1
Is seldom seen tn local: courts
The lead gee-sawed to and through
out the early minutes of the quar
ter. Late in final stanza the Ti
fers out on an effective freezs
causing the Support boys to com
mit costly fouls in accessary but
disatrous efforts to gam posses
sion of the ball.
Jose Crooke lead his Tiger team
with sixteen points at teammatt
Keith Kuug helped, with fourteen.
Making up for lack of height on
the boards by deft ball-handling
ana a tremenaous aispiay inai
all important commodity desire,
the Cristobal kids pulled the game
out of the fire and remained alive.
in tournament competition,
Six-foot-six Lon -Stephenson was
high man for the losers with se
venteen and Tom Flo we and Jer
ry Patrie had twelve tad eleven
By virtue of their win over the
Support Squadron the Tigers have
won the right to meet junior cei
lege, victors over the Marine Bar Bar-ricks
ricks Bar-ricks team, en Saturday at 2: CO.
The box score:
Cristobal NMi School
Me Gloin, J.
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llnV Rede 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purs, $400.00
J ONI TWO x.'- -.
l-kscsrdillo B. BsezirllS Jockey will help
2-5Jermanio F. Justiniani 103x Excellent race last
3 Red L. Jose Rodriguez. 108 Hi gtrong finish
4 MiLucura G. Sanchez 108 Brief early speed
5--Mauricio H.Hidalgo 97 -Ran well in UK
-mily Mary J., P. Diaz S6X -Could take it ill
li. Huora liu notning recently
I. Hernandes 110 Could go all the yay
H. Gustines 112 "-Usually disappoints
Peel Closes l:4S
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Larry, 1, Cathy, 2, and Michael,
3, were reported recovering in a
Greensboro hispital. Mrs. Lena
S. Ratliff, 23, was in a Reidsville
Authorities said Mrs. Ratliff
made cornbread Tuesday at her
farm home near Brown Summit.
Shortly after lunch she and the
four children became violently ill
and were taken to a Reidsvillel
hospital by ambulance. The chiV
dren were sent to Greensboro be because
cause because of crowded conditions at
Walter Ratliff, meanwhile, bad
returned home. He found the can
of rat poison which he said he
bought to kill rodents. He said
someone had mixed the two twoounce
ounce twoounce contents of the can, which
contained a high concentration of
arsenic, with two pounds of corn cornmeal
meal cornmeal and left it near the can of
Mrs. Ratliff apprently used
the poisoned meal in the corn cornbread
bread cornbread she prepared for lunch.
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hot water c flans. laundry
iences, garage, etc. For in information
formation information call Tel. 3-6634.
FOR RENT:Ileautiful apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all comfort and screened.
Via Espaha, house before Mini
FOR RENTtNicaly furnished
apartment, hot water, garage.
R hie price, SO, Ecuador
Avenue, facing British Embassy.
FOR RENT:--4 room apartment,
private service. Transisthmian
Highway, first entrance left after
Bethania, $40.00. Ne. 32, call
FOR RENT:Cool comfortably
furnished 2 bedroom apartment.
Cat hp Alegre, near Hotel Hil Hilton.
ton. Hilton. Hot water, maid's room,
garage. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, oxclusive Army personnel
dwelling, ient location,
modern buittling. Automobilo
Row No. 36.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment with living-dining
room, large porch, largo kitchen,
maist's room and garage. Also
furnished or unfurnishod ono
bedroom apartment with hot
water, El Cangreks. Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT:A large, comfort comfortable
able comfortable apartment. It has one Ised-'
room, closot. living room. din dinning
ning dinning room, porch, and kitchen.
All furnished. Will rant only to
a serious and rosponsible person.
La Cresta, Avenida Jose Gabrial
Duque No. 32. Telephones Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-1043 and 2-1045.
FOR RENT:Two room &Pad &Padmanta.
manta. &Padmanta. $25.00 and $26.00. llth
street, Rio Abele. Rooms $1500
House 3135 16th strest, Rio A Ahalo.
halo. Ahalo. Enquire house 112 Via Se Selisarie
lisarie Selisarie Forms, Tel. 3-2474.
FOR RENTIClean furnished
room. Cooking facilities. Bachelor
or chitsiloss couple. 43rd Street
Boaii'er Motors 1
FOS SALE: Landing barge
LCM6 With 2 gray multi diesel
motors 225 HP hull and moton
in perfect condition. Apply
Slok Agencies:Telephone Pan Panana
ana Panana 3-3397 or 3-7259 or Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3719.
FOR SALE:--15 foot fiber Ilea
boat, 47 lull. mark 58 AE motor.
Champion trailer, all memories.
51400.00. To!. 83-3244.
FOR SALE:Sixteen foot out outboard
board outboard runabout with thirty horse.
power Johnson engine and fac factory
tory factory trailer. All in good sham
S650.00 complete. Homo 1545
Margarita phone 3-2349'.
14 ft. fiborglasi runabout with
trailer. Best over 8275.00. Also
16 ft. runabout with Chrysler
130 h.p. motor, A-1 oondition,
spied 50 MPH. Actual value
$700.00. 9 a t offer ova
8350.00. ABERNATHY. Phone
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office space on second floor
of new "ELGA" Building
Large private parking area
in rear Janitor and night
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Loaving ter States. Will eacrt.
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or. Suitor. Dynaflow. radio, boater, good
tires, prke S250.00. Call 82-
3162 8-4 p.m. or 83-2218 after
FOR SALE:--1956 Plymouth 4-
door sedan. 6 cyl. standard shift
wgoost tiros. Call Gahm 5-490
or Qtrs. 236-11, Sibort St. Gatun
FOR SALE:Leaving the coon&
try. Ford 1953:Mercury turnpike
crosie r, livingrooM, bedroom,
Beauty Rest mattresi, bar, Sim Simmons
mons Simmons couch, stove,- refrigerator,
freezer Tel 3-34119. 44th St.
No. 37 Apt. E.
FOR SA1.1:--1951 Chevrolet,
two door. radio, white side walls,
duty paid, 5,000 miles, tall 1-
FOR SALE:---1929, Model A
Ford Coupe, 3150.00 or on onchange
change onchange for Wooer economical car.
Telephones: 2-4924 or 3-6376,
FOR SALE:Chstrolet 4-hoot
sedan, 1956 standard shift
10.000 miles, 11200 cash.
Phone Panama 1-0945.
FOR SAMChrysler Now York Yorker
er Yorker ccccc rtible 1954 with power
steering, power brakes, radio,
power ,windows, whitewalls. For
further information call Roberto
Halphen at 2-1834 or 2-3881.
TV, Radios. Ni-Fl Transiters
specialist. We service all makes
and models We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We vinar vinare
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Boston Tarim, popoists to appros approshontos,
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To Raise Wages
WASHINGTON (UPI) Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt urged Con Congress
gress Congress today to increase the fed federal
eral federal minimum wage to $1.25 4ti
hour as a benefit to workers and
their employers and a stimultfi
to the economy.
She also told the Senate Labor
subcommittee that the minimum
wage law lthould be exteded to
an additional 7,500,000 workers
The subcommittee is holding hear hearings
ings hearings on the proposals, sponsored
by Sens. John F. Kennedy (D (DMass.)
Mass.) (DMass.) and Wayne Morse (1).
Ore.). The minimum wage novA
1 Mrs. Roosevelt, testifying as
vice president of the National
Consumers Lea gu e, said most
worketh making less than $1.25
an hour were not union members
and therefore were in a "poor
position" to bargain for higher
For this reason, she said, the
state and federal governments
have an "obligation" to set a
floor under salaries. She de
scribed the 25-cent increase as
She said the boost also would
help businessmen "who recognize
For similar basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W.
Phone anytime Panama
REBEL LEADER ILL
MANILA (UPI) Emilio Aril Arilnaldo.
naldo. Arilnaldo. 92, leader of the Philippine
insurrection against Spain and
the United States at the turn of
the century, has been hospitalized
for treatment of high blood pres pressure
sure pressure and edema, his physicians
Aguinaldo was taken to the De
Dump Memorial Hospital be because
cause because of a "proxyamal rise in
blood pressure, edema (swelling)
in the ,lower extremity a n d
tomnia." Visitors were barred.
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FOR SALE:Otte Collins trans transmitter
mitter transmitter Model 32V-I and' one
Collins Reteivar Model 754C1 in
Pirfect operating condition, Call
Rail G. tie Parades, Panama 2-
0600, during win; 01
3074 after 6:00 p.m.
FOR SALLSpinet piano MO
cash, 57411 Walker Ave. Diehl
FOR SALIE;---Westinghouse 9
cu. ft. freezer, inside. top, new
unit meter and control switch inti
defroster, recently repainted. By ByMed
Med ByMed $150.00. Cali attor 5 um.
FOR SALE:Complite machine
shop,. large lathe Ivattachments,
drill press; circle saw, band saw,
welding, eutti nquipmont
witanks, arbor grass. Lot of-machine
and wood working tools.
Phone Balboa S147.
FOR SALLTwit large earamie
baking ovens with table. Standard
size pin ball machine. 712-D
Balboa, Tel. 1.294.
FOR SALE:Child's crib with
mattress, ntatching dresser, Built BuiltRite
Rite BuiltRite carriage, excellent. condi condition.
tion. condition. 3-3886.
FOR SALE-15 Venetian blinds.
Mahoganv dining table with 6
chairs. Mahogany wall shelf.'
Generator 60 cycle, 110 volts,
17.4 AMPS. House 1576-A, Ca Cavil"
vil" Cavil" Road.
FOR SALE:Itosis !sushi and
other plants. Tel. S34219.
FOR SAL11:--11.aaving Isthmus.
Must soil, Sandia automatia
wash's. $85.00. Balboa 4257.
WANTEDLSoarotary with good
knoniodge filf English. Stahl
.aalam. Refining's. foto. Mail Ion
WOULD ERASE RECORDS
TRENTON, N.J. (UPI) Per Persons
sons Persons accused but not convicted of
crimes could have their criinbul
records destroyed wider a be before
fore before the state Senate today. The
proposal &leo provides for erasing
the record of a convicted crim criminal
inal criminal if no complaints are lodged
against him for a 10-year period.
the need and MOM et paying
adequate living waget but who
must meet the competition of less
conscientious employers who use
wage cutting as a Means of
She else plugged for minimum
wages for farm workers and a
ban on child labor on farms. She
said she might not be able to at attend
tend attend hearings when these propos proposals
als proposals are considered hter.
US, Britain Want
To Settle A-Test
GENEVA (UPI) 'rho United
States and Britain yesterday a.k a.ked
ed a.ked Soviet Russia to agree to a
meeting of East-West scientist to
improve atomic test detection
methods in the interests of speed speeding
ing speeding cp the three-poyer nuclear
'rhe proposal tor a eecond meet meeting
ing meeting of technicians from the three
nuclear powers came in informal
talks among U.. S. Secretary of
State Christian -Herter, British
Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd
and Soviet Foreign Minister An Andrei
drei Andrei Gromyko.
The three foreign ministers took
time out from the Big Four con conference
ference conference to review the nuclear ban
negotiations and discuss means of
accelerating them. It was the first
such high-level meeting since the
talks opened here last Oct. 31.
A Soviet spokesman described
the 80-minute meeting in Herter's
residence, the Villa Greta, as
"useful." He expressed hope for
similar talks in the future.
The United States and Britain
believed that in light of informa informa,
, informa, tion unavailable a year ago, de deI
I deI tection methods then proposed by
a conference of East-West scien scientists
tists scientists are inadequate.
Herter and Lloyd told Gromyko
they were particularly inttres,ted
in improving means of detecting
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FOR SALlir..411-FL aerosols type.
'Abe two -canal tagss with
FOR SALE:--12 au. ft. G.
deep basso $110.00, lattico
work for carport. Large roating
fans. 50 gal. aquarium. Call 86-
FOR SAWIliadic automatic
washer. 1952 Mercury, babies
crib. Solo 492.
FOR SSA-L.All household of.
facts. 0260-C Gamboa. alum
- FOR SkillNits slinong set
complete MO.00, air condid
Holm 14, 8150.00. Telsphona
FOR SALLLarge diningroom
table 49"x97" with 10 ,chairs,,
butfot in wendarful candition
$200.00 or belt offer, 3 Rattan
stepdown tables $25.00. IBM
electric typewriter,' $75.00 or"
best afar, metal dresser' WOO.
Call Balboa 2-3782, 324-X, Cu Culebra
lebra Culebra Road, Ancon.
FOR SALE: -- Kitchen tables
$33.00; Moral Duteous
$15.00; Bunk beds $44.00;
mahogany wardrobe $25.00: mo modern
dern modern w rught free chairs
$19.00; double bah wspring
$125.00i kora s'e n stoves
$19.00; small tables $5.50; Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood bads winew mattress
$49.00; nite table, $13.50;
mattress $6.50; new gOlding bads
$27.00; pillows S1-25: abo
lovely living Ind dining awn lists
chrems dinette sits in bsautiful
tohirs, insterspring mattresses--
EASY PAYMENTS RE RECONDITION
CONDITION RECONDITION MATTRESSES
Household Exchanee,, National
Ave. Tots. 3-4911 and 3-7348.
FOR SALE:-,Bodspread in beau beautiful
tiful beautiful chinchilla fur. Via Espana
house Wore Mini Max.
FOR SALE: Full autematio
washine machine, Frigidaire, all
porcelain: bargain $125.00. Pe Peru
ru Peru Ave. 3545 Aloxander or call
FOR SALE:Vanity and bench,
$45.00; holed boar book shelf
, foe. berg ,: $15.00; Remington
Rand Portable typewriter. S45.00.
- House 2235 Carr St. Balboa C.Z.
, FOR SAMWhitens, living
ropily sok.comeb, two chairs IN
' neroprins. cushions. Excallent
condition- 2471.A Cocall Navy,
Rattan Rtint inst dining 4,room
sits, tost mall agarttliont. G.E.
washing mashing. Istatotitui roam
divider. Will accept rsasonabin
offer. ABERNATHY,. Phan a a6895,
6895, a6895, nights 3-6435.
FOR SALE:--4 piocudining room
Oat $150.00. Automatic dish
washer lilts now. $75.00. Alu Aluminum
minum Aluminum Venetian blinds lamps,
tablos, othor artiolos. Tot. 3-
Meeting With Reds
high altitude tests. They also said
theywanted the scientists to con consider
sider consider again what type of technicall
data should be counted- as ell elldeuce
deuce elldeuce of an illegal nuclear explo-1
The latter point wag believed to
concern mainly explosions far un underground.
derground. underground. The most recent infor information
mation information indicates there ere about
1,500 earthquakes a year which
could be confused with under underground
ground underground nuclear explosions under
the detection methodi now pro proposed.
posed. proposed. Gromyko was accompanied to
the meeting by Semyon Taarapkin
head -of the Soviet delegation at
the nuclear talks, and A. A. Sol Soldatov,
datov, Soldatov, head of the American' di division
vision division of the Soviet Foreign Min Ministry.
istry. Ministry. With Lloyd were the British dele delegation
gation delegation chief, Sir Michael Wright,
and his top advisor, John Mor Morgan.
gan. Morgan. Sitting with Herter were ambas ambassador
sador ambassador James J. Wadsworth, head
of the U.S. team at the nuclear
negotiations, and Assistant Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Defense John Irwin.
U. S. Assistant Secretary of
State Andrew Berding told news newsmen
men newsmen later that all three foreign
ilstninisters "ekpressed hope f o r
Classified rase eloses,11:32
a.m. Mom to Ird, 11 a.m.
Sat, 2,, p.1M for Sum
40-it'?AtirL'o;iimi 1 00i
motors. is the Nuevo Hipdtemer
Lirbasisatiot eases the Romeo
Itacetrack. AU iota with street
trent. sewage, swates main and
electricity. Cali W. Mclarnett.
FOR SALS:--Lot 1.066 square
motors in tho Rest location of
La Crests. situated footseon "V"
Street and now street. For info infomotion
motion infomotion plum call Tot.- 2-2170
-from I am. to 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to 5 iim
) FOR SALLComfortable-rcountrio
home completely furnished;
4735 sq. meters of land; excel,
lent water and Koh lir 2'K. elec electric
tric electric plant; new refrigerator etc.,
at Gorgon& leach, 50 miles from
Panama Cityr 13,000.00. Can be
inspected wiry Sunday, elk for
owner, Mr. Alegre, or call tele.
phonest 2-4924 or 1-6376 Fan
WANTED TO BUY:-2 or 3
hone power gasolirso engine, to
run well pump. Box 189, Diablo,
DRAWER "A", DIANA
19X 1211.ICRISTOBAL Ca.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Mr. Albert Williams Powell of
Calle 8 and Central Avenue
8103 Colon, supposedly working
as shop freeman Terminals Divi Division;
sion; Division; ple;se get in touch with
credit department of Casa Admi Admirable.
rable. Admirable. Mr. losoph Mason formely of BO BOlivar
livar BOlivar A between 8 and 9,
No. 8087 Dep. 8, Colon, sup supposedly
posedly supposedly working at Ms Naviga Navigation
tion Navigation Division: please get in touch
with credit department of Casa
Tickels On Sale
For Club Altamira
Among the important culthral
events scheduled for this minth
is a duo piano recital to be pre presented
sented presented at the Central Theater on
Tuesday, May 86, under the aus auspices
pices auspices of the Club Altamira.
The program, which will fea feature
ture feature a girl, 6 and a boy, 8,
in addition to a 13-year-old balA
let performer, is this years' sec second
ond second fund-raising activity of the
President and Mrs. Ernesto De
la Guardia, Jr., the President's
cabinet and members of the di dipioniatic
pioniatic dipioniatic corps have been invited
to attend the recital, for which
tickets have been placed on sale
at,Zapateria Estudiant, the' Pana PanaMit
Mit PanaMit Tribune, Libreria Stone and
Servicio Lewis at 51.50 for reserv reserved
ed reserved seats, SLOOfor general admis admission
sion admission and 75 cents for balcony
Among other distinguished per personages
sonages personages of the Republic who have
been invited to the benefit
performance are Mr. and Mrs. T.
Gabriel Duque, Mr. and Mrs'. M
BERO Fernandez, Mr. and Mrs.
Guillermo LeBlanc, Mr. and Mrs.
George Edmon of the U. S. Em Embassy,
bassy, Embassy, Mr., and Mrs. John de Nola,
culturil' officer of tile IL S.
Mrs. Sidney Young, Mr. and Mrs.
Felipe Motta, chief of tbe National
Guard 'Colonel Bolivar Valle Vallerino
rino Vallerino and Mrs. Vallarino, Fire
Ittul Arango and Mrs. A Avane',
vane', Avane', Mavor Meliodoro yatifio
and Mrs. Patifio, Dr. and Mrs.
Carlos Mendozi, Mr. and Mrs. W.
G. Arey,,and Mrs. Marth Spoel.
lin addition, Panama Governor
Alberto Altman and Mrs. Alemsn,
Colon Governor Jose Maria Gon Gonzalez
zalez Gonzalez and Mrs. Gonzales and Da Danal
nal Danal Zone Governor William E.
Potter and Mrs. Potter have been
Yul BRYNNER, Deborah
"T E.: JOUR Y"
Weekend Release Tomotrow'and $unday, at the
" Theattv ',1J7
, "DRIVE-1N7 Theatre,
' milohins...... Alai's- who rip'
A tnan'Who' forgets to be I intehine:'. A ladt who re.
members to be a woman In THE JOURNEY,' the on.
usual and provocative story inspired by the passionate
events of our tints, the big attraction earning TO.
MORROW and Sunday at the "DRIVRINH Theatre star.
4 ring Deborah KERR and Yul BRYNNER !Advt.
matko 1 Tijiltinovir
man, asked about inflation, said: t
"More than a year ago'l decided j
it couldn't be stopped. I cashed
in all my imurance and bought
stocks. It jug isn't safe to save
anymore.," Do you think be can
,get more for his mon,ey In sticks?
A. I'm always a bit disturbed
when I hear of people running
their lives by slogans. I
Of -course 'we have had tremen-
douvinfla,,tiott in the last genera generation
tion generation and we are continuing to
have a measure of inflation right
now although at a more sub subduerrate.
duerrate. subduerrate. Yet that doesn't mean that the
purpose of life insurance has been
revoked. There is, no subti subtitute
tute subtitute for life insurance. The man
who leaves himself withnut any
is dning his family and injustce.
By shifting all his money ,into
securities he discloses himself to
be faddist akin to the MAU
who restricts his diet to two
pounds of NW beef 0. day, and
Stocks are not a substitute for
indurance. Nothing is. You can't
count on stocks in an emergency.
(If you had to cash in a list
of even good grade securities on
the day this ig written you would
have had to suffer a decline of as
much as five to seven per cent in
some of them.)
' 'Do I think we vrill continue to
Yes, As long as politicians and
voters would rather spend than
live within their means we will
continues to devalue the dollar.
Do I think stockg Can help off offset
set offset -the inroads of inflation?
Certainly. Over the long term
they are one of the best hedges.
Does this mean we should nut
every dollar we have into stocks?
Certainly nott Balance is as im important
portant important in financial affairs as it
s in diet.
Q. I am single, will retire soon.
would tike to travel before set settling
tling settling down somewitere..410
curities are all In Ill n a Met,
Would it be practicable ,to' 'turn
them over to my broken,'
A. I see no reason why tou
shouldn't. You are dealing with one
of the largest, best known,
, firms in the busineas.'11,,,yon put
the stocks, into your aecount
the firm. all ,, dividends: 4 Stock
spliti,,,etc., WM ba takes care of
while you areawar. Be sure you
leave instructions about exercis exercis.
. exercis. ing or selling warrants' and other
1 subscription privileges.
Q. Is there any advantage to
nurchasing mutual funds in a
block as against tieing oneself up
in a' contract for 10 years.
, A. I favor 4he 10 year purchase.
A mainly because it gives you
the benefit of dollar 'cost tolerate tolerateing
ing tolerateing over that length of ,time ra rather
ther rather the conunitting yourself
on any one bav.
As far as 'tieing yourself up"
5 is concerned: if vou feel you don't
want to undertake a 10-year
I buy a fund which does not deduct
commissions in advance. You, can
e then quit at any time. Many
people like the contractual ar.
1 rangement because'll keeps them
investing. And The funds have
figures to prove that a larger per pery
y pery centage of these plans are
completed than of the voluntary
Sp-ii Dena Id E. Martin has won
first prize for his color transpa transparency
rency transparency entry in tbe All-Army Pho Photography
tography Photography Contest held in Nuern
berg, Germany, Special Services,'
USARCARIB announced. In the
same judging, UCLA. Paul R. El Ellis
lis Ellis Jr. win honorable mention for
his colored depiction of military
Martin's entry was entitled "Ill "Illbiscus','..
biscus','.. "Illbiscus','.. 'The Seventh U.S. Army was
host for the contest and the win winning
ning winning entry will be forwarded to
the Eighth Interservice Photogra Photography
phy Photography Contest in Waehington,,D.e.
Martin in assigned to the 'Che 'Chemical
mical 'Chemical Tropical Test Activity at
Fort Clayton. Ellis has departed
frmn the 'command.
KERR in a GreatPicture:
- TRIDAt, MAY IS, ISSIO
NEW YORK,' May 15 (UPI)-eq,
Stocks advanced again today,
their sixth in a row tor all znell :
jor departments 'of the list- ,
ACE' Itid 53 I
, Advocate Asbestos 300b
Allegheny corp 1234
Aluminium Ltd 27
Amer Cyanantid 60
4 Amer Motors ,38,
Amer Tel and Tel 24512
Anaconda Copper 88 0,
"-,Arkansas Fuel 3414 b
AVCO -41fg 16 io
Beth Site! 52
Bettinger Corp 814b
-AVCO-Mfg 16 I
Beth Steel 52,
Bellinger Corp 814b
Bicroft Uranium 287b
British Pet 15-16
Canadian Eagle llb
Cerro tie Pasco 34
Chicago Great West 43
Cities Service ; 58
Coastal Oaribe 112
Colgate Palmolive 11834
Creole Pet 55
Crown Cork spd Seal 35
Cuban Venezuelan Oil fis "Id 4,
Du Pont ,v 260
,EI Paso Natural Gas 3312
Fairchild Engine. 134
Fe Imont tixet 614b
General Electric 82ti
General Motors 52
General Plywood 2512
Gulf Oil' 11514
' Harsco Steel 41b
Hayden Newport 19
Imperial Oil 4716
Intl Pet 3834
Martin Co. 1614
Martin C,o. 41z6:
New Eng Tel and Tel 17434 (
Olin Mathieson 51
Pan Israel b
Pantepec Oil 4
Pihillips Pet 49 34,
Pure Oil 4534b 1
RCA 67 41
Reynolds Metal 8734 I
Royal Dutch Shell 4514 4
Sap Jacinto 29b
Shell, ,Transp 1934b
Signal Oil and Gas 1
Sinehlr, Oil 6234
Socony Mobilo 44
SPerrY Rand 261,41
Standardi Oil NY 52
Sterling Precision 4b
Superior' Oil 18451s
Texas Gulf Prods 3234
United Clone Ott 2734 a
US -Rubber 62
US Steel 957a
Westinghouse Eleo 67
Wheeling Steel 5714
Royal Duteh Shell
Signal Oil and Gas
,7 Standard Oil NY
Texas Gulf Prods
United Clone Oil
NEW YORK (UPI) Is is 'truo 4 I
that the Dow-Jones industrial av aveage,
eage, aveage, is historically high, but
there is no evidence here of aux
reversal of !the trend, says Val
Alstyne, Ndel and Co.
Bache and Co. holds that' it op oppears
pears oppears likely further consolidation
wilt develop in tho market at
It is moro ilkely at this lune luneture
ture luneture that the industrial will lift
the rails rather than the rails 4,4
pull the industrials down, atcords
mg to E. F. Hutton and Co. ,,
General Dynamics arnin go
growth should be resumed in the,
early 1960s, says Walston and Cot
Last. year GD net dipped to 63.71
from $4.80 in 1957 and first guar guartre
tre guartre profit eased to 60 cents from
$1.01 a share.
Great Atlantic and Pacific l'ea
CO. store development program
and more aggressive merchandis merchandising
ing merchandising program should improve prof-
it margins for ,the current fiscal '1i
Year, says Abraham and-Co.
Reynolds and Co. looks for Can- ,,W
ada Dry to show some improve-,
ment over the $1.41 a share toy
ported last year.
With the fast start achieved
the March quarter, Interchemica
is expected to lift stiles this' rig
to above 120 million dollars and',
earnings to OA a oh ar o'
more,' compared with 0.15 laat
Veit', according io Hornbloor and
Investors Advisory Inatituto
leas General Controls and Servo ServoMechanisms
Mechanisms ServoMechanisms as two West COast
electronics with promising lull
Fitch 'Survey likes Getty and'
Carrier Corp. for capital growth.,',
Poor's investment advosryl our.
voy- lists five growth stocks 'with
good potential. including General
Railway, Signal, Halliburton Oil
Well Cementin, National L d,
Union Carbide, and Warner-Lam.
ENGINEERS 'To VISIT A
, MOSCOW WPI) Russia
nouneed yesterday that it wl
Nen a' delegation of 'Itydro,,ele
tric eatinaets bi the United
States this year to study Ametiot
can power development.
',Soviett Minister ,ttf ?over and
Construction 'Mobil Noviltoo teld
a news conference that the &Mot'
I news conference that theSiviet'
Union 'did not anticipate huYinik;
power,. equipmeist from foreign
firms, but added thst it was40s
sible the Russians might purebase0
"samples': of, the lifter equip.
1 He said he hoped the Sovitk
ti.eineers mould, be accorded s
friendly reception by Americans
and would have a good emote to
study achievements In ,Rewtir,dt
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,. GENEVA, May 15 (UNRussia called on the West today to sign a German peace treaty that woud tear West
;ermany from NATO and keep 17,000,000 East Germans under Communisfoontrol forever.
t Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko slapped Russia's treaty draft on theft Four conference table here.
'f; lt was the Kremlin's first direct retort to the western cold war "package" peace plan.
,L k Gromyko presented it apparently after seeking new hstructions from Nikita Khrushchev himself. 1
4 The Russian draft treaty was not new. In fact, it was published by the Soviet enJan. 10 this year and quickly
ejected by the West as unacceptable,. ,,
But it was the So Viet's main pitch for an East-West settlement,and Gromyko let It be-known that for the record
ttissie wEmted it put forward as an official Soviet proposal at the Geneva conference.
The anuary version of the
&Aft c prised 21 articles. Its
main p ints were:
:Germany would undertake
tO refrain from force, settle all
international disputes by peace peaceUr
Ur peaceUr means only and not take
rart in any military alliance
whlch did not include all Big
- West Germany would quit
NATO and East Germany leave
',the Communist Warsaw Pact.
- All foleign forces and bases
Would be withdrawn from Ger Germany
many Germany within one year of the
treaty coming into fortie.
Alternativ3ly. an aveement
would be concluded on the basis
Of tronp witryirawala on con contalon
talon contalon tha; one-third were
withdrawn withln six months
of the treaty entering into
Establistment of Germa Germany's
ny's Germany's frontiers within his pre present
sent present bordersin other words,
recognition of the Oder-Neisse
line in the East.
Prohibition of a future
Anschluss with Austria.
West Berlin to be converted
Intl a demilitarized "free city"
pending general elections
The draft also provided that
German armed forces would be
limited those necessary for the
nation's own defense .and pro prohibition
hibition prohibition of the production or
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nigh 94 91
Low 60 77
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acquisition of biological or like Gromyko before- him, delay delaychemical
chemical delaychemical weapons. ed a reply, apparently waiting
The only concession made to for the formal decision fr,n,
Gerl Ilan reunification wu an Moscow.
almost meaningless declaration In Berlin, however,,the Cord Cordthat
that Cordthat the Big Four Powers wriuld munist East German:news serv serv"help"
"help" serv"help" West and East GermanY ice, ADN attaeked, the Western
plan in a violent proper
try to work out-their own unity. peace
The Soviet draft was com- IMO. outburst. It, called the
pletely unacceptable to the Plan "a clumsy attemPt by the
west. because it was -not hued West to ;interfere, in Anternal
German questions -with a goal,
on reunification. The West also
always has insisted that a re- of obstructing' a .constructive
resolution of the present. main
unified Germany must havalull
freedom to decide its own al- problems.
, Bois, a one-time Snylet citi citi'lances.
'lances. citi'lances. Herter yesterday presented to zen, offered in a 2 conference
to sit down with, the
Russia a package "Western- 8Peech
Western Germans at Genefa to
peace plan" that proposed a
begin discussion bif a Gernian
cutback in East-West troop
strength in exchange for pro- Peace treaty and, 4.4e1:Inan, r,e r,eunification.
unification. r,eunification. . . .
gressive liberation : of Conunu Conununist
nist Conununist East Berlin and East Ger- ; The; plan proposed as "an in inmany.
many. inmany. separable whole, called for:;-
A Soviet spokesman quickly --Re-unification of Germany
condemned the. plan as "Mild- through, free electiens -in, four
died" and "unrealistic" but Ana- stegeS, starting with a free vote
sia delayed a formal decision in all of Berlin and .frmation
on it. of a joint East -West perman
Soviet Foreign Minister An- commission of '35 delegates te
drei GromYko, apparently taken write an 0,11-Gennan election
aback by the sweeping nature law. ,.
of the proposal, failed to reply --Establislunent ef a' system
at yesterday's session of the Big of European semi) b7 gradual
Four foreign ministers confer- thinning out of tr ps -and es esence.
ence. esence. tablishment of a ground in inHerter
Herter inHerter told 'the conference spection system,
yesterday that the plan-design- Big power.. treen.,entia-
ed "to draw a line under the' round the world,t with tho
past and provide- a secure basis United States anditeseia cut cutfor
for cutfor the future" should begin ting 'back to AMON men .,
with free elections in East and 'each at the final Attire if the.'
West Berlin. package were accepted. : ;
This, Herter said, would lead As I tirst Step .-in thaarmed
to re-unificatIon of Germany forces lirnitation...prOgram, the
within 2Y2 years while the Unit.;- plan provides the United' States
ed States and 'Russia' would cut and, Ruesia" tut their troop
back their armed forces; by strength' to 3,500,000 men each
steps, to a maximum of 1,700,- as soon as Berlin freed.' -The
000 troops each. British and l're4h also Would
"An' examina t I o n of the cut their forces;.-
plan," Herter told Gromyko, Me plan specifii4 that once
"shOwis that our governMents Germany at free and re-Unihave
gone very far to meet So- lied -, by the end of 1961 if the
viet pre-occupations." ---,----,-,-.,--.4................
The dramatic package bore ,, -.
strong evidence of Herter's New
England bent for brevity and Iasi Oppodunity
The plan combined Western
For Panama Cedula
demands for free elections and
full Allied rights in Berlin with
important concessions to Russia
bn European security, troop Processing n lone
cuts and protection against sur surprise
prise surprise attacks. Residents of 'the Atlantic side
Russia previously had indicat- communities in the Canal Zone
ed strongly it would reject the will have a final opportunity to
package. But Gromyko held his secure Panamaniancitizenship
fire at yesterday's tvio-hour and cedulas this weekend st Rain Rain10
10 Rain10 minute session which he at- bow City where Panama elec electended
tended electended along with Herter, Brit- toral board equipment tor proc procain's
ain's procain's Selwyn Lloyd and Francel essing cedulas will be set 'up
Maurice Couve de Murville. tomorrow and Sunday.
A Soviet spokesman said Photographs and fingerprints
last night Gromyko stood by will be taken at the Rainbow
his statement of Wednesday City school gymnasium on those
that lined-up package pro- days from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Rep Rep,
, Rep, posals would complicate the resentatives of the Panama
talks. The spokesman said electoral beard will be present
Gromyko would reply in de- to assist residents iri filling out
tall later. applications for cedillas and to
West Germany a "adviser" photograph and finger print
delegate, Ambassador Wilhelm those who already have com comGrewe,
Grewe, comGrewe, immedia tely placed pitted their applications.
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's 7'his will be the last time that
govermnent squarely behind the this -service will be offered in
Western Big Three proposal. the Canal Zone. The processing
But Coirmiunist East German of Canal Zone residents destr destrForeign
Foreign destrForeign Minister Lothat Bolz, int Panama citizenship cedulas
took place during April on the
Pacific side in the Paralso and
Famed Jazzman Santa Cruz school gymnasium
and on the Atlantic side last
weekend in the Rainbow City
ivdnev RprhA1 A) school gymnasium,
Sydney Bethel, 62
Dead From Cancer
PARIS (UMSydney Bethet,
the New Orleans-born jazzman
who came to Paris afber World
War II, died of cancer yesterday
on his 62nd birthday.
The last two months of Bechet's
colorful life had been spent in
silence, his body wracked by
pain. He could not iven whisRer.
Becbet, who was most responsi responsible
ble responsible for developing the soprano
saxophone as a jazz instrument,
was etricken by pains in the chest
and throat last fail and Ms doc doctors
tors doctors ordered him to mitt.
1 At Christmas time, eurgeons op op1
1 op1 erated on him twice and Bechet
Implored them to let him return
to his suburban home in Garches
to die. His request was granted.
His death ended one of the most
spectacular careers In jazz. For
more than 40 years the American
Negro had played the blues in
places as far apart as New Or Orleans'
leans' Orleans' notoriouR Storyville bawdy
lhouses and Mahogany Hall, to
Paris' Vieux Colombier night
He carved 1 niche for himself
m the jazz hall of fame, which
he shared with Louis Armstrong
and King Oliver and other jazz jazzmen
men jazzmen with whome he played In
bands durinl his long ,career.
"Petite Flour." a nuMber he
wro4o seven years ago. became
a hit only this year. His best bestknown
known bestknown record among jazz, buffs
was "Summertime." a popular
choice for ,more than 10 years.
inds In Divorce
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (UPI)--
Buxom Swedish film star. Anita
Ekberg today was granted a 'di 'divorce
vorce 'divorce when she testified her actor
husband, Anthony Steel, was in.
sanely jealous and fought with
waiters and Bewspaper photog photographers.
raphers. photographers. The 29.year-old blonde told
Judge Edward R. Brand that
Steel, 38, grilled her with ques questions
tions questions when she, returned from
work, demanding to know whom
she had talked to at the studio.
On one occasion, she said, her
British husband became involved
in an argument with a photogra photographer
pher photographer in New York.
"He chased him 10 blocks down
the street while other photogra photographers
phers photographers took pictures of the inci incident,'
dent,' incident,' she testified. Miss Ekberg
added lhat because of Steel's
jealousy "friends did not invite
us to their homee."
Friends long: have bnen cona
etirned about the marriage be because
cause because Miss Ekberes career has
lorged ahead while Steel has not
-ed frequent assignments.
At the tinle of their marriage,
"Any gossip columnist who
1:trints inything other than that
am hanpy and content, 1 will
meek between the eyee,'
Russians did not stall too long
it would have the choice ,o,1
joining NATO, the Red Wart.
saw pact or to undertake neu7:
Herter, who credited with
the. authorship pf much of the
Wesierp peace plan, introduced
it personally. in a lengthy speech.
urging the Russians to use it
as the-basis for !41). serious dis discussion
cussion discussion which goes 'to the root
Of t,he problem."
Boys 13, Girls 5
Twirui are among the 18 babies,
13 boys and 5 girls, born at Gor Gorges
ges Gorges Hospital during the week
which 'ended at midnight MY
11, aecording to the hospital re rePort
Port rePort During thia samepriod 167 pa patients
tients patients Were admitted imd 155
Parents of the twit! boili are
Mr. ,and Mrs, D. F. Williamson
The other boyt were born to
S-Sgt. and Mrs, F. V. McCauley,
of Cocoli; Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Saida, of Balboa; Mr. and Mrs.
R.. Vasquez 'C. 'of Las Cembres;
Mr. and Mrs. Z. Vejas of Pa Panama
nama Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. P. Lo LoPer
Per LoPer of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. S. C. Puessey of Panania
City; Mr. and Mrs. C Bocker of
Gamboa; Sp4 and Mrs. T. F. Fa Fa1
1 Fa1 con of Los Rios; S-Sgt. and Mrs.
R. H. Rueb of Albrook; Mr. and
Mrs, E. E. Thibault, of Summit;
and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Standord
of Panama City.'
Parents of the girls are M-Sgt.
and Mrs. Pedro Mirandif A. of
Panama; Dr. and Mrs. E. P.
Shirokov of Diablo; Mr. and
Mrs. P. Wade of Gamboa; Mr.
1 and Mrs. R. F. Bank of Cocoli;
1 and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Furlong
1Jr. of Balboa.
Car Theft Attempt
Foiled By Employes
AI Coud Building
Three fast-acting employes at
the Ancon District Court building
joined forces today to foil a thief
m the act- of pilfering a private
car parked alongside the court courthouse.
house. courthouse. The building janitor, pursuing
his normal duties on the top floor
of the building, spotted a youth
frying to enter one of the parked
cars. As the janitor tried to sig signal
nal signal from above, ht attracted the
attention of Marion Bowen, work working
ing working in the Court Clerk's office
on the ground floor.
Mrs. Bowen, relayed the news
by phone to Joseph Kincaid, U.S.
District Marshal, a few doors
down the hall and the marshal
promptly gave chase.
Seeing the game was up, the
thief flung an umbrella over the
guard wall at the front of the
building and fled across the Pa Panama
nama Panama boundary. A flight bag
Both the umbrella and the
flight bag has been taken from
the unlocked auto of Malcoim
Wheeler, an employe of the au audit
dit audit division on the top floor of the
courthouse building, it was later
Not. Including duplications and
obvious similarities, more than
80 names have been suggested
for the new Boy Scout camp at
That's the total on the master
list cormpiled yesterday afternoon
in preparation for tomorrow's first
A special committee headed by
Canal Zone Lt. Gov. John D. Mc McElheny
Elheny McElheny will take its first crack
at whittling dovrn the list this
The committee, however, is
still encouraging the submission
of addjtional names for the pic picturesque
turesque picturesque lakeside camp. Submis Submissions
sions Submissions not submitted through Boy
Stout unit leaders should be
mailed directly to the Scout Coun Council
cil Council Office, Drawer D. Balboa.
At this writing, here is the
master list: Camp Arnold, Baden BadenPowell,
Powell, BadenPowell, Panama, Schlatter Forest,
Scoutlandia, Explorilandia, Green
Mansions, Ma-La-Ba (Madden
Lake Boy Stouts of America), Remon-Eisenhower,
Madden, Pat Patlantic
lantic Patlantic Washington, Roosevelt,
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NAVY BAND AT WORLD'S iAIR Packing In the spectators at the Brussels World's iair on Its visit there -,last 'year- is- the ,'-';',4i, ,-'
Navy's steel band, world-touring 10th Naval District musical group which arrived here this afternoon to boost Navy charity.- r
Admiral Dan' Pandemoniacs, as they are known for their organizer, Rear Adm. Daniel F. Gallery, wil be the featured at-:,, :::
traction at the Navy charity balls at Cummings Hall, Ft. Amador this evening and at the Skyroom', at Cristobal Saturday ,, 1
night. Time of butlx,dances is 8 p.m. Admission is $1 per person with all proceeds going to Navy Relief charity. Theleneral:,,Z
public 18 Invited. -- .
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i 0 necover From Lung Cancer.
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Fifty-four positions are now
available with the Canal organi organization,
zation, organization, according to the transfer transfervacancy
vacancy transfervacancy bulletin of the Person Personnel
nel Personnel Bureau.
Eitht positions are open. in' the
Health Bureau, the Division of
Schools,: and the Community Ser Ser.
. Ser. vices Division.
The Health Bureau vacancies
are for clinical ,social worker;
emergency kead nurse; nurse
atesthestist; and staff nurse, for
which there are five openings.
The Division of Schools ha two
openings for clerk-typist; two for
recreation assistants; one for re recreation
creation recreation leader; and three for
swimming pool managers. The
Community Service Division needs
eight laborers on the Pacific side
of the Isthmus.
Other jobs now evadable are
baker with the Supply Division for
which there are two part-time
jobs and one full time and service
center supervisor: civil, engineer,
a temporary position, in. the En Engineering
gineering Engineering Division; clerk-etenographer
in the Motor Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation Division; clerk-stenographer
in the Administrative Branch;
conductor and electrician in the
Railroad Division; temporary cons cons,
, cons, truction inspector in 'the COn;
tract and Inspection Division, an.!4
electronics mechanic in' the Elec.,
Eleven openings are avAllablts
in the Locks Division. They are
lock operator, machinist and lock
operator electrician for which
there are three openings; guards;
and temporary locomotive operat operator
or operator for which there are fom open openings.
ings. openings. The Industrial Division has open openings
ings openings for two marine machin machinists,
ists, machinists, a piperfitter, a shipfitter
and two laborers. The.Nevigation
Division has an opening for a
marine traffic controller trainee
and the Dredging Division needs
a leader ,eore drill operator
SPACEMEN GET SPACE
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower has trade space
for the spacemen. He signed a
Wednesday authorizing the
National Aeronautics and Space
Administration to give up its
scattered temporary quarters and
lease office space in Washington.
fibre Than 80 Names Suggested
For Scout Camp At Ilia0den Lake
Goethala, Boot Hill, Crossroad-1
of-the World, Balboa, Bolivar,
Bush Mister, Big Ditch, Rd lit,
Ace, Crossroadf4 Bushwhacker,
Zone Scout Camp, Cazone, Door DoorOcean
Ocean DoorOcean to Ocean, Twelve Laws,
Transcontinental, Inter Amer Americana
icana Americana Pan-Americano, Continen Continental
tal Continental Divide, Iguana, Chagres, Gate Gateway,
way, Gateway, ,Wiltershed, Congress, See Seewayi
wayi Seewayi Conservation, Big Toot,
WIdspering Cupo, Corsair, Vaga Vagabond,
bond, Vagabond, Anaconda, Deer Slayer,
and Water Wheels.
Alejandria, Alahuela, Azote Ca Caballa
balla Caballa Libertad, Conquistador,
Santa Maria, Nele Kantule, Choc.
Kuna, Las Cruces! Unica, Ba Bayano,
yano, Bayano, Inapaquina, Biqua,1 Crargra,
Chagres, Ki Kima, Lap Azul,
Bcdivar, Avenbura, and Alegre.
ReiaMpago, Arco-lris (rain (rainbow),
bow), (rainbow), Latago (whip), Matader,
El Tigre; Tigrillo, Cordillera, A Aguila.
guila. Aguila. Serrania (rage), El Dora Dorado,
do, Dorado, Campestre, Jacquard, Bogue Bogueron,
ron, Bogueron, Pequini, Indochpe (four lakes:
Indio, Boqueron, Chagre ta Pe Pequint),
quint), Pequint), Machete, El Diabli, Pun Punta
ta Punta Gorda,, and Uncalk
WASHINGTON, May 15 (UPI)-- "This is a single area," said
Gen. Nathan F. Twirling, chair- Brig. Gen. James H. F o r s e e,
man of the joint chiefs of stall, chief surgeon at Walter Reed.
was given a good chance today "It has all been removed and We
to recover from lung cancer. think his prognosis loullOok for
The 61-ykar-old general, w h o irmovery) is good' one eomilder eomilderonderwent
onderwent eomilderonderwent surgery Tuesday at ing the fact that this it -cancer."
Walter Reed Army Medical Cen- Defense officials said they ex exter,
ter, exter, was expected to leave the pected th 61-year-old general tO
hospital in three or four weeks leave the hospital in three or four
and return to his defense post a weeks and to be back on the job
few weeks after, tha'L a few weeks after that.
-The Defense -, Department an.
nounced yesterday that a cancer- Said Defense-Secretary' Neir -1-1'.
ous 'tumor had been found on a McElroy; "This is wonderful
i7iortion of Twining's left leng re- news." President EisenhOwer;
notified in New York that the op opmoved
moved opmoved by surgeons. It said there
was no evidence of cancer in oth- eration had been successful, was
er areas of the chest. reported pleased and hopeful Twi Twining
ning Twining soon would return te ; MS
Tuna Clipper Cook
Television and radio entertainer
Arthur Godfrey underwent similar
, surgery last month. Godfrey has
Refuses To Relurn made a good comeback and twas
scheduled to leave his Newitork
To- USiound Ship hospital today.
Cases of lung cancer have risen
sharply in this country in recent
A Mexican cook sailing with a years. It was- the leading cause
U.S. flag tuna elipper last night of cancer deaths among men last
refused to rejoin his ship after al- Year, claiming 3,000 lives, or five
leging that his captain had been times the toll of 20 jeers ago.
in a fistfight with him. Authorities d i s a g r e e over
. whether heavy eigarette smoking
Ramon Soto, working at cook a
is a major factor in lung cancer.
board the tuna clipper San Juan,
The Public Health Service is con con.
. con. ducting a study of the matter.
created something of a commo.
Twining, was described by asso assotion
tion assotion when be appeared at the Bal
late as 'a moderate cigar smok-i
boa port cantain's office with a
bloodied shirt and his face mark- c
er, with an occasional cigarette."
ed. apparently from a brawl.
One aide who has knovm Twilling
for 10 years said he had never
U.S. District Marshal Joseph
Kincaid was called to try to
known him to be a heavy cigar cigarstraighten
straighten cigarstraighten out the matter,
TI.,.. tistw etiletat;nrtirtet CrAes ette smoker.
sunderwent surgery Tuesday at
Walter Reed Army Medical Cen Center,
ter, Center, was expected to leave the
hospital in three or four weeks
and return to his defense post a
few weeks after, that.,
Defense ,, Department an
nounced yesterday that a cancer cancerous
ous cancerous 'tumor had bpen found on a
porfion of Twining's left leng re removed
moved removed by surgeons. It said there
was no evidence of cancer in oth other
er other areas of the cheat.
A Mexican cook sailing with a 1
U.S. flag tuna elipper last night
refused to rejoin his ship after al alleging
leging alleging that his captain had been
in a fistfight with him.
Ramon Soto, working aS cook a aboard
board aboard the tuna clipper San Juan,
created something of a commo.
tion when he appeared at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa port cantain's office with a
bloodied shirt and his face mark marked.
ed. marked. apparently from a brawl.
U.S. District Marshal Joseph
Kincaid was called to try to
straighten out the inatter,
Upon further questioning Soto,
who had been drinking, admitted
he had been in a brawl while im imbibing
bibing imbibing in a. Panama bar, but he
still insisted the San Juan's cap captain,
tain, captain, David .Rico, was against him
and told authorities he preferred
not to accompany the tuna boat on
its retttrn trip to San Diego. The
clipper has been Out about 50 days
and is on its way home with the
Although the matter was not yet
settled bday,it appeared that Rico
was agreeable' to arranging repa repatriation
triation repatriation for Soto directly from Pan Pan'
' Pan' nature of the cook's disagree disagreement
ment disagreement with captain or crew was.
WASHINGTON? Mat 15 (UPI)-H
The Air Force said today it had
cleared the final obstacle to de development
velopment development 0, of a nuclear-powered
war plane and had embarked on a
pragram to produce a prototype.
, Lt. Gen, -Roscoe C. Wilson, de de'puty
'puty de'puty chief of staff for development,
made the statement at the annual
meeting here of the Aviation Writ Writers
ers Writers Association.
At first impression, Wilson seem seemed
ed seemed to be saying that the Air Force
would' proceed with construction of
the controversial .atomic plane
which. has, been an off-again oe oeagain
again oeagain project for 10 years.
But the Defense Department said
there hai been no change in the
policy outlined by President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower when be said an actual
plane would not be built until
proof was produced that it would'
be militarily 'useful. ,
ssit defense spokesman said Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's speech ,,.meatit that 'the Air
Force would continue a develop development
ment development program leading toward it
nucl.ear-powered bomber but had
not' yet received a green light to
L'AS SOLOMON'S PEST'
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President Eisenhower recently4
appointed Twining to a secant'
term as chairman of the Jomt4
Chiefs, starting Aug. Ge ,,10
Thornas D. Whites chief of still
of the Air Porce, has been serving!. 4
at acting chairman of theTole:.
Chiefs during Twitingl absencte
I, Jose Antonio 20
year old Panamanian, drew le15
day jail sentence after being coni.
vici.ed in Balboa Magistrate's
Court of vagrancy. The youth wee
picked up wandering about Sal Salboa.
boa. Salboa. Another ,Panamanian Youth
drew the same sentence fOr.. the
same ofiense. Luis Carlos Barre.
tO, 19, was arrested near the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa theater and similarly had lItt
business in the area. He W11841,30
sentenced to spend 15 days in the
Langan, 2-6, w-at
found guilty4 of trespassing at the
Gamboa Commissary and order ordered
ed ordered to pay a $15 fine.
Edmund() Clinton Romer,''37,
Panamanian drew' a VI fine tor
operating his truck on Gorgon
Road without properly securint
his load. The arretting ,pfficer
said the load was, in danger p
slipping from the truck intone!)
roadway itself. ,
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