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PANAMA, lb P., SATURDAY; MAT 11, 1957
, US 1 1 s is u e s : I n V i t a t id n s '..'
To Nevada : : Ato m yTesfs
7 WASHINGTON, May U UP).-The United Statea ho pet to
calm mounting world fears of U.S. nuclear Jests. by havlnj ob observers
servers observers from 47 free nations view this month's. Nevada tests.,
u.s. officials said today it is important to assure these na nation
tion nation thai such tests can be safely controlled. -
The officials also indicated., the-; United States hopes to
counter Communist propaganda which has been skillfully pro-
mating such fear
. The Atomic Energy CommH
inn vpstprrinvlssued the drama.
..tic Invitation to the. 47, nations to
I U.S. officials noted r it was
- made after the Supreme Soviet
V (parliament) in Moscow yester-
. day called on th& U-S Congress
:i and the British Parliament:; for
an immediate ban of the tests,
;t Ir. S2H1 Sees Trouble
Forl!:c'$ Efforts i;
To Dsfecf Gas Bill ;
WASHINGTON, May 11 (UP)
' 'Speaker Sam Rayburn (Tex) ac-
cused the Eisenhower administra administra-tion
tion administra-tion toaav of trvinir to defeat the
- natural) gas,-bill 5 by proposing
amendments that "will cause a
" lut of trouble. 1,' s
. ha nr-amf-roii 1 rnar rn : haiik
Commerce1 Committee would re re-;
; re-; fuse to apprdve the bill with the
administration, changes.. ? ,r
Ravburn said the amendments;
wmcn wouin strengtnen uie nana
of the Federal Power Commission
in determining eas prices, would
"change 'the whole philosophy of
wnat we are trying to do aoout
gas and its control.' ,.
The, bill would ease federal con controls
trols controls (over the prices charged by
producers for natural gas thej; sell
to interstate pipelines. President
Eisenhower vetoed a mote sweep
ing, bill last year because of what
-ho termed ,'arrogant'' lobbying
tactics ; by some ; of the j bill's
backers'. : ; ?, i ;.'.' :V' .-,
no amendment proposed bp the
jtnministration would retain au-
1 ; v in I rie Floral Po-ref Com Commission
mission Commission t-. review "escalator"
price, increases in existing price
contracts for tilt sale .of natural
Theother would" allow the FPC
. to consider costs in determining a
"reasonable market price" lor
gas. The bill as drawn would pro-1
h.bit any consideration f coats.
BROKEN BUESLES Someone's always taking tht Joy out
of life and actress Tao Strong, above, is no exception. In- New
: York rehearsal she demonstrates how a girl takes a bubble bath
, on television. To see how the ."bubble bath" will look on too
screen. Just coyer up the bqttom half of the picture. j
, rui itv.uyuixiuy
Value Of Feetyl
WASHINGTON," May 11 lUPlU lUPlU-.
. lUPlU-. The Army was cited today for
"distinguishing the v hum an foot."
Officials -of the American Foot
Health Foundation in "a Defense
department ceremony, presented
the Army with a winged bronze
loot honorinc U. S. infantrymen.
The occasion marked tha nnn.
Lg of Fowt Health WeeV.
N V w,7" riv";U" U aahZweek Pamela Shively. three-year-j
n tht occaric the Army's recoff-!W oaugher of Sgt and Mrs. Jona
iion of the fact when evaluating! Snively of Diablo Terrace, .was
V 1 ,1 J. :! !! ; r.nnr. t m missinr hv their
u;,t m th fm.i .n,iv.,. "ITi
ronl.r wrii rSrlA' .1
.The f' Lfe-size bronre foot'
e ,s the rtion: :
"Horar." ArrcricB Infin-
rvi-an for d.stsncuishir tho hu..r.orr Riaek. of the 4th M. P.'nnderwsy to find out what theater,
-in ir-crt n s mot mdispen
w'r e f.-im of locoT.otioo.
4 A The Invitations were Issued
mainly to countries in the
North Atlantic Treaty, Organ Organ-ization,
ization, Organ-ization, the Bagdad Pact, the
.- Southeast, Asia Treaty Organ Organization
ization Organization and the Inter-American
Defense Board. ... -
i Japan, which has been ap
pealing to the United -: states,
Britain and Russia to call off
nuclear, testing, also was Invited
to send observers. -India,
however, was not. v
- State Department of ficlals In Indicated
dicated Indicated India possibly was pass passed
ed passed over because she plays a neu
tral game between East and West
ana also la not a member or ei either
ther either the 'Bagddad or;SEATO
Orel Roberts Film :
To Be Shown Sunday
At Diablo (h:?el ;
"God's Time Limits.'.' a 16 mm
sound him will be the special fea feature
ture feature of tomorrow's T p.m. service
at the Diablo Heights Community
: Thi' film was 'produced by":' the
Oral Roberts' Campaign and has
been presented over a TV. hook
up in the United States. It features
a sermon byrtne Kev. orai k o p p-erts
erts p-erts preached in Spokane, Wash.,
and shows the vast crowds attend attending
ing attending these meetings and the numer numerous
ous numerous healings affected through pray
er;- .'f'V;. : V"r ,!,-.n
' Mother' "Day win be-commemorated
in the morning t o r s h i p
hour-at.ll in a sermoa "preached
bv the minisfpr, Rev. Carl W
Thompson. His hir5.s;'e will Vt-
entitled: "Old I aslnoncd .iotner.
Acift will be given to every moth
er attending iht service. Sunday
School convenes at 10 ra j for'
Services are held in the Special
Engineering Building. .Dedication
of the new sanctuary, now nearing
completion is set forjUay 26.,.
LUEBEK. Germany. May, li'denuai section.
(UP) City officials .There are
branding flower to stop tulip
rustling. Eacn oi tne 30,ooo tu tulips
lips tulips in city parka is marked ith
a notch in one of ita petals. Po Police
lice Police will check flower stands for
the tell-tale brand. - i
Fort Clayton Maid Sets Off VIdenlns Search
While 3-Year-OId Slept In Deck Of Automobile
11 v'n' n m n nin t h i atte
imiirt while her Barents were at-
After neighbors had covered the search party cama and immediate- ea mem ot ine cmia s aisappear-
enlisted housing area for about 20, ly started thecking ditches, bolesJaoec and that a aearch party was
minutes finding no trace of t h e;eulverts, etc, but stiU could fud looking for ber, and also asked
little girl a call was placed to the no trace of the little blonde-hair- Sgt Sniveiy U be knew wboe she
Military Police. jed girl. mipht hare wandered. ..
Just a few minutes after 8, Capt.1 In the meantime a search was "Why she is ui the back of the
.Cu arrived with three M r
'pstroU. After checking the
0) vdk n
r m l i i
FLOWERS and Christmas trees
will be the next items on which
a protective tariff will be plac placed
ed placed by the government.; if the
measure is. approved by the Per
manent Legislative Committee.
An executive bill sent to 'the
committee will ban the importa importation
tion importation of ; flowers and. Christmas
on the grounds that they jean be
produced in sufficient Quantity
' The tabloid L Hara eiiotae the
upcrintindant of the Marimix
mininf cemBany aa complainini
about being r$cu4 by the C C-Ion
Ion C-Ion National Guard andon ardorf
af tht Covarner of tb aravince..
: According to La Hora. the su
perintendent, who was not nam
ed, has ; been detained twice.
taken to Colon nolice headnuar
ters and later released wtlhout
being booked, ,,:"
Oa'bath oecatlom, tba afficari
who mad tka arratt cama ta tha
' MarimaX digainf ia tfuckt af a
rival company, tha nawipaaor said.
The superintendent declares
that Marimaz has legal author
ity to prospect for manganese
in the outlying areas of the
province of Colon.
Assemblyman Alfredo Aleman
Jr.- has accused La Hora of premature-political
naming him as a possible presl-
aenuai candidate ior mt na national
tional national Patriotic Coalition in 1960.
Aleman denied Having presi
dential aspirations and said it
wss .up to. ihii people to choose.
U.dr own, candidates, . .
To Save Historic
Town 01 Plympulh
PLYMOUTH, Mass.; May ll
(UP) smoke blackened iiregight iiregight-ers
ers iiregight-ers fought street-by-street 1 a st
night to save this historic Pilgrim
town irom Deing ravaged ny
wind-driven forest fire.
A shift in the wind sent flames
c ackling toward ithe center fi
town along a three mile f r o a t.
Three houses were, reported de destroyed
stroyed destroyed and an exclusive residen
tial, section was threatened. Po
lice said no historical sites were
in immediate, danger, and the
flames were some distance from
ue congesiea pan oi lows. ;
-Authorities said the situation was
criucaL ; j
- Four other fires were reported
out of control elsewhere in Massa
chusetts, but no communities were
seriously threatened., Every other
major fire in Maine, New Hamp Hampshire
shire Hampshire and Vermont "was contained
or brought under control today as
light-tains began to fail over
northern New England. Rain was
forecast for fire-stricken Plymouth
at midnight. :; v
The fire a me within a half-mile
or Jordan hospital on the south
side of Plymouth before the wind
shifted it away. Ambulances were
waiting U evacuate SO paUeata.
Crouched behind equipment lin lined
ed lined bumper-lo-bumper along Bra ley
Lane, hundreds of grimy firemen
fought, the raging fire to a stand
still to save a dozen bouses.
Thea the fire 'shot toward, the
ocean, endangering anotner resi-
Authorities said that after the
fire penetrated the .outskirts, the
situation was more critical lor
Plymouth than at any other bme'sion tried to reach the bridge
since the fire, broke cut 4 hours but were- prevented from doing
another 20 ttinirles and finding
no trace of the child. Black called,
tna oeucnroeni ai ion way
too instructing them to aave
M P.s taoby ta fatigues with
flashlighU to form a aearca party.
At about 1:40 the 20-maa M.P.
the Snivelr's hid arttyied. Withlwe took her ta the movies
no headway seemir,j!y bescg made
" a "' fa''
Russian Ship ;
OK'd To Take
The sixth Soviet ship to trans
it the Canal this year la sched
uled to arrive in Cristobal some
According to the agents, Payne
and Wardlaw, the ship.' Peter
Tchaikovsky was originally, due
In today, but latest reports eve
ner time or arrival as late Mun
The Tachalkovsky ia carrying
a load of sugar from Cuba to
ports in Soviet Russia. 1
A reauest for maritime licens
ing was granted in Washington
I yesterday. The ship has asked
for and received permission to
take .on fuel and water during
a short- stopover here. a :
Tha aftrtts aaid today that a
fualing ship hai baaa fllvan par-.
- minion ta aeme alonpiida the
Tschaikaviky and dolivar 200 tons
af futl and watar.. .....
A similar reauest for refueling
by a Russian vessel last Jan Jan-nuary.
nuary. Jan-nuary. which was submitted to
tha Panama Canal Company
here instead, of through Wash
ington.' was denied. This time.
the Russian vessel made the re
quest through the proper chan
nels in Washington ana receiv received
ed received permission.. i-
For ibvIng Hoyl
MEXICO CITY. May 11 (UP)-
Darryl F. Zanuck, producer of the
controversial inter racial motion
picture, "Island In The Sun,", said
ttday he would; indemnify any
U,- theater fined or penaliied
for showing the fijm. .
., Zanuck a statement was an an answer
swer answer to a legislative committee
which advised South Carolina
theater owners not to show the
"This reminds me of the burn-
irg of the books by Hitler in Ger-'
many." 2anucK saia. ..
The film, which star's Joan Fon
taine and Harry fielafonte, has
been under attack in the South
Carolina (-legislature which is
atudvinc a bill, that would levy
$.1 000 fine on any theater showing
the picture.-. -"If
this sort of thinking prevails,
it will destioy not only our thea theaters
ters theaters but our American institutions
of freedom," the Hollywood pro
ducer said. "Island In The -sun,"
he added, "is based on truth, as
author Alex Waugh found it in a
Caribbean Island.- Certainly ,. no
fair-minded American is afraid to
see the truui on ue screen
Zanuck said. . J;
On Froniisr Zone
Protested By 'Syria
DAMASCUS Syria, May IT
(UP) Syria protested to the
United Nations today against
the bidding by Israeli soldiers
of a bridge across the southern
end of Lake Huleh in tha demil-
iUriTed SyxUn-IaraeU.. frontier.
A Syrian foreign, ministry
spokesman said Israeli soldiers
t?in buikHnr the bridge last
May 19. A week ago. he said.
Syriai lodged a complaint with
the mixed armistice commission.
' The spokesman charged that
members of the truce commls
ao by Israeli troops.'.
to find" the little girt the MPs
were about to enlarge their search
wneyi u ftraia.wvw
.yard, ; I
Immediately they aiked .itirt. admiral reported, "but what
had happened. Capt. Black tnformHjj.pp,,, .r that-welL that's
ear asleep, sgt. Snnreiy saia.
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APRES MOI, NO DELUGE This is wh'at is not going on in
Bogota-today. With the fall of President Gustavo Roja Pinula
the cops' anti-riot hose cars disappeared from the streets.'.
Here one of the cars is shown in action against students who
are '.huddling behind .bushM nd waving .the .rational flat;.-Ixont-early
vesteiday morn.,.g,..when Roias-quit, nucie.ita wei.
-ei:i-waving the flag, fcut hiding behind no bushes.
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WASHINGTON.: May Tl (UP)
Ambassador James P; Richards
said today the Middle East na
tions he toured to sell tne isen.
hower Docttlnr -are now "con-
scions we -will whir Russia if; we
get- into war."
Richards .1 said he committed
about 120 million dollars in mil
ltarv and. economic aid during
his 9rday 25,000-mile tour of
19 Middle l East, .countries as
President.. Eisenhower's special
envoy.... ;, ,-,x, .'
But he declined to eive a news
conference any specific break
down-on bow much money will
go to what countries. He said
the greater' part of -the money
was provided in tne lorm oi
eranta rather than loans. He
added that he committed, "a llt llt-te
te llt-te more economic than military
Special Arms Chief
Says Loss Of Limb j
II 'II J!f- .11!
llo Handicap lo Him
OAKLAM). Calif:,-May-11 (UP)
A S2-ver-old admiral with a
new artificial left leg fitted! into
place tody made plans to report
in Washington. D.C as chief of
the armed forces special weapons
project May 29.
Rear Adm." Edward N. Parker,
released" -yesterday from Oakland
Naval Hospital, is the second Na-vi-1
officer with flaf rank to -be
retained, on acUve duty aner los-
ine a lee. The first was ei
A4m. John M Hoakins, Wor. f War
II combat casualty now serving as
President of the Naval aExamining
and Physieial Disability Appeal
Bard In Washington.. .. v
Parker's leg was amputated be
low-the knee in January. 1958. to
prevent the spread of a malignant
The admiral discounted his con
dition and said "being aa amputee
does not handicap me in any
way, pointing out he played his
on us teg
Wednesday. : 4 .' 1 ; )
T ht a Bar on the first holeJ
The nature of his new job also
w.i "classfied information", al al-tHvuek
tHvuek al-tHvuek he uid it was "ia the field
of atomic weapons" and he would
report to the chiefs of the Army.
wiih.Ntfvy, Air Pores aad the tecre tecre-itary
itary tecre-itary of defense,
To Mid East
. Richards, a South Carolina
Democrat and former chairman
of the House Foreign Affairs
Committee, was authorized to
offer, up to 200 million HMbllaj-s
under the doctrine aid fund.
He said he still could; spend
the -remaining 80 million dollors
before the- leglsative deac''.ie
June 30. But he said he noes not
expect to retnrn to the Middle
East in his role as presidential
envoy. v ;. ,,j
. Richards said he explained at
every stop on his trip that the
United States knows it would be
the f first- enemy attacked from
the skies" in case of war. He
said e stressed to Middle East
leaders that the military eoten
tial of the United States is of
great value to other countries.
. -They are conscious we will
whip Russia if we get into a war
and. we win whip them." he
said, .'..,. s
.:.--: t J
Richards- said he is firmly
cuuvuicca a i, u a. resuu oi uie
Eisenhower Doctrine the Middle
East "has a spirit, a stronger
feeling of confidence that ther
win ve a Die to withstand the in inroads
roads inroads of international commu
nism. 1 ... ... i
For Son In China
HONG KONG, May 11 UP
Cincinnati restaurant owner
James Blackwood today checked
Hong Kong stores, hotels and res restaurants
taurants restaurants where- his son Donald,
24, was .seen shortly before he
vanished from the mainland en enclave
clave enclave of Macao 13 davs ago.
The elder Blackwood, who flew
nere from the United States,
walked the streets in his search
for flues. He believes his son is
now in Communist. China, but is
mizzled about what might have
caused him to cross through the
"It doesn t seem like somethinr
he would do," he said.
Dwnald. of Hamilton, Ohio, van vanished
ished vanished with his Korean wife and
their Vmonth-old baby shortly be before
fore before midnight, April 27. Be was
n st seen in a Chinese restaurant
The elder Blackwood said he
beard that his ton was living at
a hotel in the Communist Chinese
citp of Canton, but be failed yes
terday in efforts to reach aim by
Imormed sources here said the
United State has
r investigation Of tna
man's disappearance .
On Flight To
KINGSTON, Jamaica, May 11 (UP) Tht depbst
President of Colombia, Gen. Gustavo Rojqs Pinilla posi
ed through here at 4 a.m. today en route ta Bermuda:
"He was accompanied by his wife,; twd ions tKJ
wives, his daughter and her husband and two gran
v The ex-president refused all efforts at an intern
and asked Collin Hay, representative of Avianca irt Ji
maica, to announce that he did not wish to set any men
ber of tht press. The party travelled aboard a DC-4 an
were the only passengers. '"'ifj
Meanwhile in Bogota, a five-man military junta tht
ousted Rojas sought quick recognition of its ruling srati
from foreign nations today.
The Junta move was designed
to give it prestige and help re return
turn return the country to normal from
a week of strikes, demonstrations
and 'violence. ;; .:;,"
. The Junta, : headed by war
minister Maj. Oen; pabrtel Par
is. sought to assure the country
it would not become another
military dicttorshin. -,.v.
vilian leaders of coiiucal car-
ties. r, .. -, ... .
Paris promised the country a
retnrn to constitutional rule,
he said censorship would be
lifted from the press And free
elections would be held next
year for presidential term that
tarte Aug. 1, 1958.
The Junta abolished the na
tional constituent assembly which
was hand-picked by Rojas and
his aides. The assembly lust
Thursday "elected" Rojas to a
second term In office starting
A check or Hospitals in Bo Bogota
gota Bogota showed four persons were
Have 'Ho Regrets'
GUANTANAMO NAVAL BASE.
Cuba,; May 11 (UP) Two Ameri American
can American youths said today they had no
reerets aboit their 10 week ad
venture with the rebel forces of
F'del Castrt in the Tugged Sierra
Michael Garvey. 15. of Brook
Im. N.Y.: and Victor J. Buehman
17 of Norfok.. Va., said they were
glad to be home with their parents
but would miss the mountains and
their rebel friends.
They said. the. third youth who
went with them. Charles Ryan. 20,
had -no intention of returning.
Fathers of the three are station
ed with the U.S. Navy here-
.Garvey and, Buehlman appar apparently
ently apparently will face no official punish-
mtnt. either from American' or
Cuban authorities, for their esca-
oade. Thev said they came oaca
becadse of their ages and wanted
to finish school.
Ruehlmar... who droooed from
237 to 180 Munds on a diet of
boiled bananas in the mountains.
said, the three had never met
Castro until they went into, the
They said they joined the reb-
rould be freej'
Zone Residents f
Asked To Observe
Maritime Day A;
' Because of the Canal Zone's
significance to ocean trade and
travel. Oov. W. I. Potter today
called on residents of the Zone
to observe May 22 aa National
The Governor's request loi loi-lowed
lowed loi-lowed as an endorsement to the
proclamation issued by Presi President
dent President Eisenhower on April 22 de designating
signating designating May 22 aa National
Maritime Day. "
On that date the President
called for honoring the nation's
Merchant Marine by displaying
the flag of the United States at
homes or other auitable paces.
He also requested that all ships
tr the Amerifin flagi s more lattcse, J voCi 1" i
sail: re Tinnt
killed and 32 other Injured ll
the main square yesterdaj
when soldiers used tear gas t
disperse a crowd eelebratini
Rojas Pinilla's fall from now
er. .There were no shots fired
' The casualties cam in thi
crash of people..,
Howeverv dir.9frve fmvi ft
city, osju i",u.iii tna i.. c,
celebrating crowd there and zui
persona were killed.;. ,
The military government'!
first Job wall bo to get onougl
popular support to get banks'
atom and factories ro-opene
and get the economy la actios
again. : ... v
It was practically paralyzt
throughout the nation as the n
suit of the protests against JU
Paris and his fellow lunl
members conferred with liber
Party leader Alberto Lleras Cs -margo
and joint. Liberal-Cor ;
servatlve presidential candidal,
Ouillermo Leon Valencia.
The other members of the Jul
ing junta were police direett
Maj. Oen. Deogracias Fonseci
secret police chief Brig, rjei
Luis E. Ordonez, army com
mander Brig. Oen. Rafael Narva
Pardo and public works mlnlsti
Rear Adm. Ruben PledrahiU.LA'
served in Rojas pinilla's cabir
Camargo said last niaht LJ
Liberal Party insisted on civil, a
representation in tht new ''
' 1 1,1
By 'Bikini Ashes'
- WASHINGTON (UP) Sixty-lei
Marshall Islanders dusted w tl
"Pikini ashes' from the Mi H
bcmb. test of March 1. 1954, an
ailve today only because the)
lived tm the south aide of- then
active atoll. T
If they had Eved some 40 rnDei
to the north, all would now m
dead. As it war. all suffered adt
stion injury but have now rocoy
ered as far as. detectahlo effect!
are concerned. ZJ.
This information about ther
eaUed "Bravo Shot" of the 1?S
H-bomb tests in the Pacific wai
disclosed for the first time in tea-
timony released today by a Hous
Appropnationa Subcommittee.' i
The revealing testimony was ny
Dr Frank H Shelton. technics,
director of the armed forces spe special
cial special weapons project, which plan
an important role in development
and testing of atomic arms.
Although some-of the facta t
port eft by Shelton had been know
to reporter,, they never bad os
publicly stated before by any &
firiaL v, . vv
Bravo was the ' extremely
"riirry" bomb that alerted the
world to the menace of radioac radioactive
tive radioactive fallout la all. 239 Marshall
Islanders living oa atolls east ar4
southeast of Biaini. suffered racf
ation injury. ;
The worst afflicted were U i4
hibiUnU of Rongelap, the near I
aU to Bikini. They Uvea only f
the southern side of tnetr am
hich is roughly 40 miles is in
ncrt south dimension.
According to Shelton, ir ma r-
bves had lived en the nortn i
af their atoll, nhere the fU t
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l I am the "Indignant Parent" who wrote the letter arjoui
.religious services in the Junior uouege. une answer wucu
Reared in Wednesday's paper indicates that I did not make my-
I wVe Presbyterians, and since there is no such church
.here to the Canal Zone we joined the Union Church We th tak
U Is a line place to worship. The people are friendly and the
services are so liberal in viewpoint that any denomination could
:beine affected by those Friday meetings In the college until one
Sunday when she refused to go the Union Church with us. She
said that it was not a real church at all, that It was Just a
' liocial organization, and that she wanted to go to a church that
taught the strit fundamentals of the Bible.
:r Now I think I should nave the right to try to save my
daughter from Holy Rollers and other religious extremists. If
;fhen she is older she wants to Join such tot jajj
'per mature decision. I must say, though, that I hope she will
!"CMycritricCS religious groups are found
in colfege" in the United States. Has he given any thought to
Tthe fact that here in the canal Zone every student lives at
I home and that his parents are with him to provide the neces.
ilS religious training? II. they don't, that is their business,
. !!? i..i.. Keiiova thnrs in anv need in this com-
:&ty or in : our Junto ColieVfor unsupeWise religious meet-
i?nK If the Protestants can have such meetings then the Catho Catho-jIwa
jIwa Catho-jIwa t-. -m mi. tnr th ame nrlvileM. and I know
twVSmr miAio having their children In-
OUCea TO Sii in on vwiuc u r- ,.u
And I know how children axe-they will go along with a
I friend lust for companionship and end up by having their re-
ligious thinking changed by an eloquent speaker
I am glad those Friday noon meetings were boUshed. If
Ilthat offbeat group Is so eager for converts let them find some
falace outside of the public school to hold them
' As a recently discharged surgical patient of Gorgas Hospital,
If should like to puoiiciy express my pyicvwii --.for
.for --.for the wonderful care Riven me Mimil
1 From the momeni i was auuuiu """" T C. j -VJ
ion April 28, every member or
f0 We S.wU l fortunaW to
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DEEP SOUTH The Confederate flag flying over these Sea
bees is about as far South as it can get The men are shown
working on a huge tractor of Task Force 43, deep In the An'
tarctic in the VS. Navy's operation ."Deep Freeze II. After
the long Arctic night even weak sun was .welcome and, on
windless days, the Seabeas worked around their bit machines
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wnemer you were sittins in 'a
mountainside home on Hone Knna
Island, or strolling in the shadow
of an Istanbul masque or listening
uniuuie pianos in a London Mav
fair night spot, always you were
lmerruptea oy stranger saying
iou are an American, wnat is
uus Joe McCarthy like?"
Always I told them of an ear
Jy McCarthy speech. He was ens
of thousands who viewed with a
larm 'the Communist menance,'
and ho wanted a national com commission
mission commission te sift all that was known
about Communism here and a a-broad.
broad. a-broad. McCarthy knew ust vhe
he wanted en that national com
mission, which was to analyxo
and advise. He wanted David
Dubinsky, Barnard Baruch and
Psdsral Judae Harold Medina. ;
Years later, when, with obvious
wan, ine senator would tackle
whole governments single-handed,
I asked about that three-man com
mission. He grinned and replied
"Don't print that, you'll onlv
einabrrass your own friends. Whv
aon'i you give copy to Dubinsky
as a souvenir and tell him I'U keep
ms secret, 100.
McCarthy chuckled despite the
pains which wracked him. There
was in his jest the recognition that
hi was feared by many crusading
anti Communists as well as those
who foueht him lest his swash-
Luckling attacks expose them. He
cared little that there were those
who feared that their own anti
uummuniam ana meir own rcpu-i
. l. .i : t i j
lauuim iii incir uwu circles wouiu'
He cared little, for he had lone
ago decided that his role, his tac tactic,
tic, tactic, was to fight Stalin as Stalin
would have fought Stalin no holds
oarred, no attacs: too rough, no
strataeem too relentless.
There are those who will honest
ly question his motivation as well
as those who will revere him. But
what matter now the motivation
of a dead man? Asree we do. that
he focused attention on the Com-
nrunist issue as no man ever did
in the decades which ran turbu-
lently between the days of the Rus-
jian revuiuww ana us aaye in uie
u s. benate.
The man is dead, but Is the era
dead? What of American Commu Communism
nism Communism today? Ii it substance as
well as shadow? .. ;
Not too long ago, J. Edgar Hoov Hoover
er Hoover reported: i
"The estimated Communist Par Party
ty Party membership as of Jan. 1, 1957,
was 17.360. which represents v a
drop of 14.4 per cent, when com
pared with the estimated 10,289 en
Jan. 10 of last year
-"The ; estimated memborshls)
; sfiguroma not loom treat, but
I must warn that numbers moan
nothing, In this J a s t a n C e, for
there are those nations which
have attempted ts asssss the
nreat of Communism on the be be-ais
ais be-ais of numerical strength alone
and they are' eating the bitter -fruit
of Communist slavery for
Chine, a small inconsaojiiential
party of loss than 10,000 grew te
mere than 4,000,000.''
There are those who wiu say
that this is a police problem-rthat
no one is taken in any -more,- To
wliich there is posed the question
of honest; reporting of a recent
conclave. The Mine. Mill and
Smelter workers Union, which con
trols workers in the very heart of
our vital metal and uranium in
dustries, ran a convention in, St.
Paul, Minn.' It was meeting at the
very moment that the Subversive
Activities Control Board was hear
ing Justice Dept. charges that the
union was, in effect, a Soviet A-
Among those tesuiymg agamst
this powerful union were officials
tha Af XrCiu. These men saia
that the late Phil Murray had call
ed this union a "Commie mess."
Others said that the Communists
had a special committee some
years back to better coordinate
te uimmunin r any wiinin tne
Union" 'and that the committee
wrs made up of some of the Mine,
Mill Union executive board mem
' Yet the following U.S. Senators
sent the union warm greetings
. last ; March at its convention!
Dannie Chavoi, Sjstas Ksfauvor,
Clintea AndsraOfv Frenk Church
henry Oworshak, Jamas Murray
Cordon Allott, Warren Magnw
ton and Torn Hermings.
There were many Congressmen
who wished them well. too. And
there were government officials
For: how long shall honorable
men such as' these expect silence
because so many fear to hurt de
cent mea who know not what they
du? That way we lost half the
world. That's the problem.
I r. -4-
Walter Winchell In
. ' 1
sob mir i mwi jjuuc
hopper is statuesaue blonde Chris-
tma Torioma. Her brother Is wed
tpthe daughter of the late King
Alfonso of Soain. J'lavwriiht Ar-
inur jauier, scneauiea w stand tri
al in Federal Court May 13. told
ius Marilyn the ordeal won t hap
pen until jepu i .Countess Mignon
wurorant, neiress to the :., Tyssen
mumuons mint, planet la from
xurrop to try u again with W. a.
Kaidy. 11 He's the millionaire
journalist tor a Long island news
paper, t ."Ziegield Jjolhes" co-pro-uucer
Chas. conaway has iaden
hard for one of his beautifiilies,
inuie Jiensing.'. .'ine Warners stu stu-ojo
ojo stu-ojo orass is glum aDout tne .dauy
clashes between 'Josh Logan ami
U'lai'Mju iiranuo. Over how Uie 'Sa-
Aoara". scenes should be emoted.
, .The parents of ".New Oirl in
iewn (atarrmgtwen V e r d o n)
were cautioned by tryout-tewn po po-hce
hce po-hce about some of tne sinful epi epi-sooe.v.
sooe.v. epi-sooe.v. .Kathy Grant, long item-
ea .asumg pesi gm, is tne
cretjove.ot m,c,x. writer; . i.
' Richard Redgert told Mindy car
son tnai tier voice was u o
small" for a Broadway musical
several seasons ago. He selected
her for the lead in the "South Pa
cuic". reprise at City Center, .
British actor Laurece Harvey
snubs the various reports about
Margaret Leighton, leading lady
of "aeparate i'ables.". dating this
and that pur suitor. He assures in
timates they will wed in July.
The Tony Beacons (Alice Tvrell)
nave a coy. .auvis rresiey is re
cording six tunes to beat the Ar
my deadline. His last six record
ing hits sold IS million copies.
lon't Be Cruel" hit the S million
mark. .Broadway is saturated
with counterfeit ten spots. The
back of the bill debunks it. ion-
don critics called Victor Borse the
biggest hit there since D. Kaye.
Jack Web't recent wife. Doro
thy Towne, is forgetting it all with
Kay Starr's format groom ;Hajity" film. Joins Jennifer and Shir'
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New York Scrrlct
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Weekly sailings twelve pssseozer ships' to New
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Te Ie Asrolee and aa Frastelsee
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CRfSTOBAL 2121 e PANAMA 2-2J04
, Stanley. .Hecht-Lancaster actress
Susan Harrison isn't the only
memoer oi ner clan getting a di
vorm. Hr narnt nnminHino
too. Joan .Collins' erstwhile bW
band, Maxwell Reed, is being con
soiea oy unaa urent. sne's an Ar
thur Murray tutor who clicked on
TV. .Actress Peggy Knuditn
and Tv director Jim Jordan are
reported seeing attorneys again.
ibeir reconciliation attempts fail'
cu. His folks ere Fibber McQee
and Molly. . "Shinboae .Alley"
male star Eddie Bracken, rated
washed-up last year, will earn o
ver $300,000 this year from films.
TV. ana stage.
. Look at -mr" is sure te be
close te your ears. At least tlx
tecerdingt ef the attrectivs sal-
lad ere: new In the' iukes. It's'
frem the "Now Cirl in Te wn"
tears. .Toddy Nadlar plant sn
(eying a two-year holiday with
the loot he won as a TV aj u I I-sard.
sard. I-sard. .H. Belifonto's pertsnal
staff costs him $3,400 a weak
. .Sophia Leren hat honey-hued
eyet. .What It star-power? The
fremy Sammy Davit, Jr. Ignites
at the Cope. Samtational. .21
major TV thews will surrender
this Spring. .Ty Power! "A
anden Shipl" It a grlmlp fas fascinating
cinating fascinating film. One ef the few de designed
signed designed for viewers with Intellect.
. .The week O'Neill's "Lng
Day't Jeurnsy Into Night" pre premiered
miered premiered ws noted It would w I n
the Pwlltxer end N.Y. Critics'
awards. Jf you're Introduced
te Yowell Tompkins he's Tern I-
The New Yorker's film inspec
tor, John McCarten (usually rough
on flickers), will become a target
He authored the soon-due movie,
"Tha Silken Affair". .The high
light of "Shlnbone Alley"' is Ear Ear-tha
tha Ear-tha Kitt and Eddie Bracken duet duet-inc
inc duet-inc "Flotsam and Jetsam". . A
remarkable collection ef phot
graphs, including orb-filling nudes,
Camera poetry. .The Jones girls
are doing au ngnu caroiyn jones,
standout in "The Bachelor Far
ei ee e
pii vivwii u :
ley In Stardustown. .Some years
ago Yul Brynner appeared m a
movie wearing hair. His only flop,
r. The Parisian dive episode in
"Funny Face," featuring Audrey
Hepburn's torsolo. -is sheer Enter
tainment. A remarkably talented
Lovely Stephanie Griffen embel embellished
lished embellished fageant's cover for the 12th
time. FroDabiy a, record, .Rose .Rosemary
mary .Rosemary Xittieton of the Latin Quar-
ier una oecomes tne pride of Dr
Paul Schneider in the Winter. A
Blue Angel every-niehtera. j .De
tectives raided an E: 50th 'Street
joynt after being "molested" at
the bar by sinful ladies. They! are
aner six more spots in the area:
i f.Ritai Hayworth 1 never '"asked
ju-,cm jb ine j vy Man ni.
vcrce settlement. 'Oaiy S8.00O '- for
rrincess xasmms expenses last
year. .songDira Helen O ConneU
and her best-seller author beau
Thomas .Chamales at Maior's Cab
in. His first hit book is "Never So
Few.". .Genevieve Owens, attrac
tive thrush in "Most Happy Fell,"
is the adored of ad exec Harold
Gelles, who flies from Houston to
' The Sonata Internal Sacurltv
Committee has an unpleasnt tur
prite coming vp for show b 1 1
Rods and others posing at Li
berals. The committee will pub
lish e documented index of
,ramtt. It will served at an in incontrovertible
controvertible incontrovertible guide to those who
have been courted by Moscow.
. .Tenantt en the 11th floor ef
1270 Sixth Avenue relax by
watching the Music Hall cher cher-ines
ines cher-ines unwind en the theatre roof.
. .Talent scouts are recommend
ed te Jimmy Mills, e young end
handsome baritone at Manere'a
en Route 17 in N. J. He't a wai waiter
ter waiter there waiting for That
Break. Our scouts enieved hit
thruthing in an audition at the
Byline Room. .Town and Coun Country
try Country features Gypsy Rose. Lee's
broexy memoirs, bhe credits
harmie snee with teaching her
a lot about life. "Not (ust show
business," "the writes "out mere
important. Hew te be a lady e
von while t e k I n g eft my
Pauletto Goddare't freouent Go
tham dates are wun oesikoer Law
rence vot.. .reuy wumor skanu-
ish and ex-husband Gene Williams
sre romantic again. . j a vne
Mansfield still psys $60 per week
for her s,uvo biue miux. .Aoout
one year ago she oweued u an
oti-bat hoiei nowmown. Wow sue
is dickering for a -room lo-batn
estate in oeverly nuu xormetiy
lenamea ny ieiana uaywara.
'lennesaee uuams' new. play.
sweet sura oi loutn, wut open
in fAtiM. ne syk u m tou vumiu
for Broadway. .The Kunyoa rlmd
tnanxs tna voivo Aute lirm ot
Sweden for the gift et iu 1197
modeu It will interest tne donor
te know the fund has sent large
enecxs for cancer rescarcn in nwe nwe-den.
den. nwe-den. Shelley Winters' fiance, who got
mio uai xracas wun a news Pito Pito-tograpber,
tograpber, Pito-tograpber, and who plays a boun bouncer
cer bouncer in "faaum of k a i a," a
once a bouncer at Coney island.
. Xarry assess' initial song, "tit
sad My Besteat Feller," hat Uie
Lnxrue kscorda' brasa lure the
bavs got another elks. .Calendar
out btoria oale and Bob IX
Sunk one A tse nimoter aancrni
start, eommitteed merger. .Nat
(King) Cole a sum bauaus just
elipted the Catyriio crare. His al-
Dom, -Love Is Ine Taint," sow
is No. 1 among deejay Mays, .
Action in Vegas: lam renin, a
blonde Venus at the Dunes, mar-
rM a dealer at a competitor s ra ratine
tine ratine after a whole week's court courtship.
ship. courtship. She filed for divorce three
liter The ei Mrs. Mike
Wsllaee will trod CBS reporter
WASHINGTON While the Rus
sian disarmament proposal at Lon
dun was generally disappointing,
H'rold Stassen has been m u c n
more optimistic in private talks
'th President Eisenhower. ;
rtubbin of Stassen's advice is
that the Russians are bareainlna
for a new summit conference with
Ike. If they- get it. thev will eo
lartner on tne road to disarma
Stassen bases his views 0n pri
vate discussions with Russian del
egate Valerie Zorin, who, in turn
has been acting under complete
instructions xrom : t n e- Kremlin.
Sttssen seems convmced of Zo
rin' s earnestness.
Prior to the R u s s 1 an "nnen
skies" proposal in' London, Zorin
had told Stassen that this' detail
could be settled quickly at a new
tig Four meeting ., which would
bring togteher Eisenhower, Bulge-
nm, mme Minister juacmiuan of
rngland, and Premier Mollet of
Secretary of State Pulles has
oeen more skeptical, feels the
whole thine may turn out to be a
false alarm. However, there is no
question about Stassen's e n t h u-
ipsm. This was oehina nis nurriea
trio to see the President and re-
ton immediately to London. -,
Note Dulles, on learning ef
the proposal for another summit
conference, interposed e person'
al but emphatic veto. He said
that a summit conference would
merely permit the Russians to
reconstruct their damaged pres prestige
tige prestige suffered at a result ef Hun Hungary.
gary. Hungary. f
-. -' i
Cong. Fred Marshall.' Minnesota
Democrat, leaned across the desk
of the House Appropriations Com
mittee and looked hard at Ralph S,
Roberts, administrative aide to
Secretary Ezra T. Benson. R o b-
erts had just testified that there
were 64.000 permanent emoloyes
in -the Agriculture ' department,
plus 18.000 temporary workers.
"You say you have only d i s s-missed
missed s-missed four of the number as se
curity risks?" questioned Marsh Marsh-all.
all. Marsh-all. trying to look f i a r c e. "Mr.
Roberts, why do you not get these
Communists out of the Agriculture
r Cung. Marshall by nature is not
a fierce individual. He himself
once worked in the Agriculture
Department under Roosevelt and
Truman. He knows something a
ooui mat ensDUsnment; among
other things, that it has not been
rtfldied with Communists. ;
'l think we have them out, Mr
Marshall, replied Roberts i ;.;.
Marshall, "Mere it a statement
from the Bloomington .) Pan Pantograph
tograph Pantograph last fall which- ( t a y ii
'Rood Benson, oldest son of Sec
rotary Benson, charged that the
Democrat in 1952 toft, the A A-gricultore
gricultore A-gricultore 1 Department riddled
with Communitti and' a time,
bomb of socialistic practical.'
"Here It a department riddled
with Communists," taid the. Iron
it Minnesota Congressman,
pointing to the statement by
young Benton, "yet ws have eli eliminated
minated eliminated only four of thorn. .'
"I certainly hope that Secretary
Benson," continued .Marshall,
''tets these Communists mention.
ed by his son out of there.
"There have- been only a few
alleged subversives," meekly rem remonstrated
onstrated remonstrated Benson's aide.
"I. certainly hope so, Mr. Rob Roberts,"
erts," Roberts," replied the ex-official of the
Acriculture Department, inferen-
tially smeared by Benson's son.
I would hate to walk out of this
Ctmmittee room and have some somebody
body somebody look at me and say, 'Marsh
all has been in that room wun a
1. 1 uf folks from an organisation
that is riddled with Communists,
according-to the Secretary's
WALT I R RIUTHIR
The American Institute of Archi
tects has canvassed the nation's
North Dakota Junket
i prairie rose
Lends are m
; iu western
bi Scatters, as hay
I Sage ;
4 HaU (prcflx)
5 Put into bales
I Ascended x
7 Scottish river
IS Arrow poison
14 Land parcels
15 Flower part
. EngUaa school
II Hebrew letter
Jl Dropsy ;
11 Got up
41 Mach limits
, 1 ft I k B 1 f U
I ; : i
i- r p"
last p rp-p-rr
T 3 J" ? i a" 3" -j I
u mm I
1 -3 j
t j r
largest corporations from' U. S
Steel to General Motors, but can'i
find a big business spokesman
willing to cross tongues with Auto
Workers boss Walter Reuther.
' The Institute wants e business
representative te dlseu&s econo
mice en the tome panel with
the glib labor loader at part of
itt centennial celebration begin,
ning May 13 In Washington. The
event it attracting tome of A.
morica's biggest names, but no
business executive so far who'll
.match wits with Reuther,
Edmund Purves. Institute direc
tor, is so disgusted that he let
off steam in a private letter tn
his friend, Sep. ; Ralph ; Flanders
I must SUV." wrnt Pnrv..
''that the realization of the timidi.
ty uf the great American business businessman
man businessman has come to me as soma.
thing of i shock.' As we told you
yesterday, one well-known figure
alter another- in the business and
industrial world declined to speak,
"'A high executive of either Gen.
cral Motors or General Electric.
I forget which.; finally let tha cat
out of the bag. The boards of di directors
rectors directors of our imnosinsr rmrori.
tions are afraid to let their exe
cutives and presidents m a t c I
wits with Mr. Reuther. This is a
sorry commentary on Americas
business stamina of today, I would
think that tha old tvennn umi
of whom must still be e xtant
would have welcomed such aa
opportunity." ..3?;i.;,; m:a
word was leaked tn Canitol Hill
that the architects had been turn turned
ed turned rlnwn hv nvAr 50 his imnm.
tions. The: architects finally ap appealed
pealed appealed to the, National Association
of Manufacturers. which is v .tin
trying to find one of its members
wun me courage to meeet Jteutn-
' ;! -f v !..
- Slow-speaking Phil Landrum,
the cracker-barrell Cepgrostman
from Jasper, Ga., let a political
cat out ef the bag the o t h e r
day at a Houso b e e r I n g on
Al Hartnett. secretary treasur
er of the Electrical. Radio. and
Machine Workers Union, was tes-
tuymg in tavor oi boosting t h i
minimum wage. He .claimed this
would stimulate the economy bv in
creasing the purchasing ppwer ol
the underpaid, thereby getting
more dollars in the hands of bus
TJour smement,' 'drawled
Cong. Landrum," "reminds" me ol
some that I and many other mem members
bers members of Congress have made whea
running lor Congress."
"I guess we American voters
make tn silly i mistake," retorted
Hartnett. "We believe you when
... -. ... ,u A : .t.ii
j vu jet uu uie. ciipisii piauorai
and think you really mean t h
th'ngs you say. Apparently you
act ouite different when you coma
Five-year-old Peter Rodino ITL
sn oi uie (ewara, ix.j. congress congressman
man congressman with the tame name. team.
pered up into the chair of Speak,
e 1 Sam Rayburn following the
close of a recent congressional ses -sion,
- , ; v
Youni "Peter-Boy" 'had b e e' n
visiting Congress with his mother
and couldn't wait to mount the po
dium after the lawmakers ad
journed.-Once there, he liked it so
well that bis parents couldn't re-
move him. : ;v.
"You sit there,' Daddy young
Peter instructed his father, mo-
il a a.- aAa La1. i At. .It
tavaiaaat, -w sw swn mun UJ Ul WU
of the House. Then the lad rapped
fcr order, just as the real Speak Speaker
er Speaker happened by. 3 .. i
Meet the new Sneaker?1
jie -congressman lather.
Congratualtions." replied the
TS year-old Raoburn. ''Ha looks
like a forerrnner -ofthinge- to
.Answer to Previous Puzxle
l42 Struggle f
. O Mimicker
t 44 Rodents
. 4TTrial 1 ;
. 44 Iroquoian
41 rruit skin
. St Hawaiian 1
w covert -j
IS Perched ;
IS Recompense ,-
Bill lrofirr.. ITU be a fsmUy of
iM. Twe of hers tlx ef his.
SATURDAY, MAY 11, 195
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; ReSnt Kobbe, rlenlists for jk years and receives a $2,141 check from C61. Fran p
Miller (left), commanding officer, 20th Infantry Regiment,, in ceremonies held recently in
' tffi;B pifflebe.f Looking on (at right) Is SFC. James A. Alger, post recruiting NCO
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in ArVwhen ftn.shed the big eye will be second only W th.
V.. t Mmmt Paloimr. Calif. ' 1
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
bXlboa HEIGHTSC. z.
Sunday School Is a family -concern; 75 of the
v i children whose" parents- are uninterested never
m "stay with their Bible- -teaching- through high
' ,i school and -college age, Your children taeed your
a.ni. SUNDAY SCHOOL .'(Ctesrl or all ages) ;
a.mV-"THE SINCERITY OF A CHRISTIAN
Mothers In the service will be recognized,! J;
by .a token .from' the girls, of the church. v
'-,6:30 p.'m. BAPTIST
A department for
'of church training
. Tjio .pjn'Dr. CCARENCE "NES HCJB 7
1 ' MESSACrU'1 -' : .-. '-
' RADIO OUTLET -i HOXO 760 Kcs.
',Jui-,:' William H.
' EVERYONE WEICOME
' Througrhouf the Civilized World the Letter
; V:tC;-Mn Stands Not Just For Mother, But For
l .kVi..: AliwThat Is .Good and True . It Is an
-x;rVl EttMem of Purity, of Unselflstt Love y ?
, 9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL" (Class, for aliases). y
A special Mother'g 'pa f program during Sundaf School.
Each, mothtr present icill b honored. Evert rnothtr
? - 4 jnrUed to ftn! Sunday.
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11-PRLNXIPLESOF JUDGMENT! : ;
jT t ""T '." ifeMope No. 3 from Romans. '. J s
l:0(pH'bUT AND ADULT FELLOWSHIPS ;
Met sage Ho.
axle ot the world's second largest
ftnds Us agepest11. ( n.i-
every age fc means,
and Christian service. v?
NURSERIES PROVIDED 1
4 from Roman.
f By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
NORTH .' I
si.1' t l;
' ,( SOUTH (D)
K 10 6
Wert North East
Pais 2 Pass
Pas 4 V Pass
Opening lead-4 '
, In the Jacoby transfer bid the
two club response to an opening
no-trump is a Stayman type bid
and asks,. the ODeninr no-trumn
bidder to show a iour-card ma
jor, suit l h has -oneThe two
diamond response guarantees at
icusi,, uvo aearts an aaemanas
that the-oDeninr Bo-trumn bid.
der bid twp hearts irrespective of
oia nana, similarly, the '. two
heart response shows spades and
demands a rebid to two spades
and the two spade response
suuws ciuos anoaemands a re
bid to; three clubs. . i,
Todays hand played In a re recent
cent recent Dallas duplicate illustrates
one great advantage of the JTB.
It lets the no-trump hand be-
cume aeciarer ana zorces a lead
UP lo n.-.- .ft. f;,;tyt
With nine points; a good six
card suit and a singleton North
wanted to be in four hearts aft after
er after his partner's- opening-no-trump.
His two diamond bid de demanded
manded demanded that South bid ;two
hearts and South complied duti dutifully.
fully. dutifully. Now that he had the;play
In the right hand North raised
to game and that ended the bid-tog.y-yj.;,h,,.f.-
West v opened the .'Jack' of
spades. South, won with the ace,
discarded one of dummy's duos
on the spade king and knocked
out the. ace of trumps.. Latex he
discarded another club on his
lone diamond and. made lva.
' '. ''" '
-At tables using old-fashioned
responding methods North in invariably
variably invariably became declarer at four
hearts. A couple of them also
made five but the others ran
Into a Jack of clubs ooenlne. This
i gave East and West, three club
J tricks and the ace of trumps was
sun arouna to set tne contract.
It will be noted that no de defense
fense defense could beat this hand when
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Services To; Be
In You!h$r Honor
Ai Saint Peler's
1 The choral Eucharist at '-St!
Peter's church, La Boca, tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow frinrnlnr at 10:30 will be de-
'dicated to the youth of the par-1
Mb in observance oi Episcopal
Young Church men Sunday. j
Uusually on this day. the yo?
people of the Episcopal church
take active part In ooe -of the
services. At St. Peters, two mem members
bers members of the X.Y.C. will serve as
ushers at the choral euchiiist.
In addition, the young parish parishioners
ioners parishioners will make a corporate
communion,, led by the Episcopal
Young Church men, who com commune
mune commune In a body tn the second
Sunday of each month.
Since" .betne revived three
months aro, L Peter's braach
of the ET C. has gained In body
and atmifth Wine and E-ichar-Istlc
candrfs for the celebration
have been donated by thf group
In tokfi of E Y.C. Sunday.
; Special offertErs be taken
at the serrices today nrards
erection of a school in the dio diocese
cese diocese of BaiU. .
ICS PANAMA AMERICAN AH
CLEVELAND R. HARRISON (left), employe of the Army At At-lantlo
lantlo At-lantlo maintenance division, displays the $10 check which S. T.
Holt Xrlght), division foreman, presented to him in ceremonies
; held recently at Fprt Gulick.. Harrison was awarded the check
for designing the tool he is holding which removes mowing
' 4 machine blades. (U.S. Army Photo)-
Dulles Assures Doubtful Solon s
US Won't Give Away Atom Secrets
WASHINGTON, May ll' (UP)ionIy ,'aNshort-termUo1utioii." He
Secretary of State John' Foster
Dulles told dubious senators yes yesterday
terday yesterday that U.S. membership in
the world atoms-for-peace agency
would not result in a giveaway of
American atomic secrets.
He urced the Senate to ratify
promptly U.S. membership in tne
iuternationai Atomic energy
Agency' proposed by President Ei, Ei,-senhower.
senhower. Ei,-senhower. in a historic United -Na
tions speech in 1953.
Dulles said unless the.ady has
ratifed its membership, could
steal America's leadership in de development
velopment development of atomic energy 'for
peaceful purposes. ..
"Ratification of this statute," he
M "will afford the' United
States the opportunity to continue
to exercise leadership to neip tne
world, in the President's words,
out of, fear and into pesca',.
Dulles First Witness
The first witness at a Senate
Foreign Relations 'Committee
hearing" on -the matter,; ; Dulles
sought to calm fears that'- Com Communist
munist Communist countries would have ac access
cess access to U.S. atomic secrets
through the sgency.
On the contrary,, he said. 'The
agency, will provide an effective
spstem : of -safeguards to ensure
the-development of atomic energy
The atomic fuel distributed: by
the international agency ."will not
be of a kind useable, for nuclear
weapons," he said, -t j k
. : 1- Hyp, t$"ili4"f ?-'ii
.But. h warned v that 'Mnsaper-
i vued development ef atomiw (en
ergy among, ther v. natrons
"raiser the spectre of nuclear
weapons ; ultimately hecoming
quite generally, the by-products of
nuclear power plants." v!,";
. f tAgenc or no agency,f he said,
atomie knowow and" possession
uf atomio energy materials; are
g-ing to spread. -y
U Nations. Have 'Signed
( -Since .Eisenhower offered ivhis
dramatic atoms-for-peace .propose
al, 1 80 nations have a signed the
treaty fo th, world organization.
Soviet ratification has 'stiffened
opposition-, of some senators .who
fear nuclear materials in the
world atomic pool might be divert diverted
ed diverted to wartime uses in Iron Cur Curtain
tain Curtain countries, y : ,: ,-'1
Opponents have questioned the
value ef the world agency to the
United States' since this countrp
lreadv-v haa siened bl lateral
titms-for-peace" agreements with
mwviauai counixie. ;
In answer to this argument,
Dulles, said the agreements are
WILLI. HOLD EN, IJ55a inMt popular actor, aceord aceord-Inr
Inr aceord-Inr U tbe Pbetoplay Gold MedU Award fU. haa had aa
a marine proresioa of bits la the last few years. His great greatest
est greatest eceet have lnrloded "The Coon try Clrl." "Love I
A Many Splendnred Thlnr." Tlcnle" and Twd and Tba
rrfane.' "BRINK OF HELL" prmlef U iurp"i Hold en's
prerteoa effrt. Don't mfaw "PRINK OF HELL "Which
OPENS OS THURSDAY It AT THE CENTRAL. ' ;. K
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ssia tnat wmie sovereign nanons
would: accept an international sys
tem of -J'broad applicabluty,
they will, not ; long be, content to
have their electric power systems
under continuous supervision by
technicians merely serving Anoth Another
er Another nation." 1
Dulles t said the world f; agency
has 'great possibilities ''for -cooperation,
with other nations, includ
ing the Soviet .Union, in j ways
which will reduce international
tension and promote the ". practice
of peaceful ana constructive coi
seen these days in the United
SUtes, s stilt-walkers still ply
their trade in -other eountnae.
Some 24 feet tall (on stilts),
.."Noe-Noe,'! aar Englishman, is
- shown stumping .along in Oslo,
Norway. Purpose: to advertise
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. Will be off in the following areas on Sunday,'
May 12, (rom 12:00
""r MSyf 'u'k ' 'V- -t - J-. i
All San Francisco (including Golf
Carrasquilla up to 2nd Street
Will be of f in the following area on Sunday,
May 12. from 5 :00 a.m. to 6 :0O a.m.
1 4 Ingnio
Trans-isthmian Highway up to Las Cumbres
Tocumen Highway up to Tocumen Airport
All Juan Diaz and Pedregal
, Juan Diaz Highway from the eptrance to Panama Vie Vie-jo
jo Vie-jo up to the Tocumen Highway, Rio Abajo Highway
from Via Belisario Porras up to Panama Viejo.
AH Rio Abajo and Parque Lef evre. j
Nov cnioy thb vorldV Most RofrosBTfil DfTntI
1 St s
- Ben's dkt aaoat cxtitiag Jriak ia years the
faahioai driaks ia the vavlcs leading
- citiea. Now jvm, toe, caa caijoy Cta smI r
Twaaa saade with Cauda Ly
- ; Qaiaaw tW waeUTs fiaeat V
' Qwiaaae awba a Ga asai Ta
the 10b af wasea ywaVe aever
tMtea before,' Na adter ajauuaa -waacr
aas sack sapera lavw.
light iijmas tk azcitiBf tang. :
Try-Cat aasl Qataaia ajdayl 1A
aiSaaa af people asijahtu foal,
'arrea it's the warVa aaast aaKooaalr
Dwlkioot wftfi Gin or
a.m. to 6:00 a.m.
will take place in order to
on the primary lines in
Vm'r y-; ;i
i '. hi -t
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TEX PANAMA AMERICAN AN INMTEKDENT EAILT NTWSTATEV
SATURDAT, MAT II, K..7
CLU Ch:rc3$ Police
VQ Vbto 01 ;
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Church of Ovist
W. W. Borrow, CvtagtUst
"" i Telephone S-3S02
tAtAOAi WSi. rboe Rood,
t Service Sunday 100 am Utft
tiiSlOBAfct Anwrictn-LlHoa Rait
fServica Sunday 10:00 un. 11:00 ajn
ChTaBAJO: UMM No. 20M 15th St
bundar 4J0 m
1 Anson Blvd.
SU Uruft oa
TV:;', Drawer balo
1 Cul JT. aootewalU, Pastor
T. "7" Phone -SaJM
. a..,,,. School
..... 11:00 am-
'' Uoniuig Worship
- Trainini Union
v i, '.- Bible- School
; mrJTZ. Caiiinlav .......... Vlni
sots baptist chucb
BaUoa Hai gilts, C Z.
CZ7 Anson Boulovar
Orawar "B" Balboa ftalbtt
PboM Balboa 1727
William & Bcabr. rarta
10 M i
Baptiit'trainlnB Onion ... 'u D n
..nuilt(. Hat Mica
I JO pjn
cafor Maottnn Wadnaa-
Bible Study 2buk
J fionday lq montnl 130 pjn
' rnurr bakwi chubch
t MaraariU Avenua at 5th Street
- T" Margarita. Canal Zone
' t BCTTrred a Beta, raetet
feorning Worablp,... J jm-
Sapttat training Onion.,.
fining Worship J:
",W.M.U Mt srr rrwaja
lt H1 MCmC SIM
Captain s Mrs. H. Grant
v u February Street. Pbooe: 2S-200M
11 0 liullness Meeting.
. t0 Sunday School.
TtSO Salvation Meeting.
lA BOCa C.l (
l.ieuteaaat Pansy CamabeD
Building 1080. Phone: 3-tBST
' 1v UM Uolinem Meeting.
T":00 Sunder School.
7d0 Sslvauoa Meeting.
Envoy St Mrs. C L. Musclar
' -i. IM 8vj.day School.
,?J1M Kolinem Meeting.
m 3 :00 Sunday School.
..70 ttaivauen Meeting.
tai wJ4im:i ... uwi anptJPgl tr-Ot
BCaptaln Syslln Taylar
iiW MoUneae MeeUng.
mnuoa eiqia OCI
COLON THIRD STREET
7 f 30 Sahratloa Meeting,
T BAUfBow cm CX
,, Kavey J. Gill
,6a. Kitts and Jamaica Street
110 Harness Meeting.
ttW Sinday SchooL
. taO Salvation Meeting.
- aenler tavi. and Mra. C
' lth treL Phone: -!.
is, Sberty ta
attala and charity fca aB
TRB ATLANTIC BIDS
: Church Schooi
, 11HW Worship Service.
m i 6 pjst. Sr. Youth Fonowhq
a pjn. it. TauUi Fellovrabia,
? KAROAKRA ?
The &ev faut CL V. O lander.
M Sunday School.
m Jg .You IK r alias
' TBB PACmC BIBS
io Itm. mear W. tNaea,
Balboa Bd. at Sea Pablo av
Phone t-MM Churcb OtSicm g-X2S.
tag Church Sehow rree boa aarvtot
Paraonaae nisn Ihm nmm
T Prunar ana Junior Dam
Cburcb-tiaae Burerv tor aaJMrea
eve jumor-num reileesUla.
" 0 Po-UHigb Feilowabip.
Z ? aVsni-r-Eia Velkwaao.
. Be. Walker M. IHima.
OU-i a-;a Baaui a.ua
- Sunday genh.se:
t M la. Sunaay Setsal.
. 10 ajav Momrag Warehlp.
" eiuea a
nta. MataHMMbt 1 tmtUt
. im-nxft CerJareaMe.
Bev. William B Area n mm
. laah E. cttm
sum Marttlna frmrm ana) I
t ea am Imau flrtm
I am tvewa vm av- I
rsufcfTt aurronomi iHitia
ia and M em Avaram
1 r buoaae aesmm
t la e "i e.vcnane
a."aaT. ; J B ev Pravm afeetang.
atiaa M raMMM 04 C4m, RoompKc ", oxtaMd valcoaM
mt aU Heaae M eroaaw at tha ma4 aarvicaa, 4 erviliaft
aaif hbart. frla4i M arraaMra.
As phUr torvica, tb Tfco PanaaM Ajmikoh liata fceJa. kf
alaaamiaatipwt. of ktun t varaliip a other Mfl nlf acriviliwk
tMrtm w ratatoet fraaa tiasa tiaw, Pawaiaiiaotlam aaviof
art M Bf rwa aajtraaahoeia Bri Ut) aaaar "Orhc Caitrckaa Aaa
: Servkaa." A aeaciat IMin it inclaeW tar aanrtaaa at Araiy Baata,
Air fw fcaaat aa Haa afJae. 1
MinWrrr. chats tacrarorlca oad chaplaiaa era eekea ra ialerai
rha aawt aWk ia writlaf hf Waaaata'a aaaa at tha lataat aay
chanaa far tha camlaf Saturday' church HH.
botuiVL yrmAtiHi I HI Ml: H
- - rv. .. i"f'
Be. Samuel WaJoea. Minlatat
Sunday Senrtoa a ajn and t:l p.m
Mnday Sebool ft ell agea at JO p-m
"Twr la1tatie Ta Wea. ,
Timirlnv Bin PVaret ; Vtn. ,-.
CUKl9TLJ atCUMCa, UttBCrllcS
finl Cnurdi o Christ. Seientiab Aneor
M0 Aoeeo BoulevarL
Sunday ll:Wi Wednaedat $M frk
SundaV School 9 0 ajn
tint charcB ut CarMi, scnatm. Cnatoo
. 13th Street Bolivar Htanwa ;
Sunn. Srtnol aam a
Bunday 11:00 aja. Wednaeday :W .m.
St. MABrs CHVRCH Balbea
SunAlae IUA Mfc and
UHolylS;y Mameet 1 1:0ft, 11 a a jo
"ZXZ Saturday! SM .J
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thuraday. before
first Friday: 7 :uu to a:w !"
"catwS" lm. altar the 1:00
on Sunday. ..,
a rirn Hr.ABT.Ajicaai
Sunday Mamee: :. 7: I a-m.
Holybay maaaaa; SiS am. and C:O0
Confeajlorai Saturday 13J a lOOalnd
7:15 to a:w p.m. loumr uw -.
V4rfav V 'AO B l
Sacred Heart DaVoucow 10 pm. aa
CSilm Qaati l to 4:41 Pl an
OIJB LABS St rATlMA Cvraaaa
KiihrUv Man at 1:00 am
Holy Day Ham at g :30 p
ConleaaioaBi M to M pa. all Sat-
Clam: Saturday 140 ta IP
ST. iOgEFH Paratee
Sunday Masam at 7:00 and 1:1 1 a.na.
Confeeslona: Saturday I.JO ta 'J0 and
S.A m ?.sa
Catecnwm wlami vunuay ewy w
P Mirtculoua Medal Noranai. 70 p.m
U.1 lr ,
V. 1 d
Convert innrucuonai uumr
gT. VINCENTS Taneasa City
Sunday Masam: :00 and S30 s.m.
Hni 6a v Masam: 8:S0 and 5:00 pm
(It It falls on Saturday tha Masses are
m and tao a.m.i
Mta( Batit-da 14m to IM and
740 to 1:00 p.m. Thursdays before first
Friday 13 pjn. v r.
Mirarvleua MedaJ JKoenaami
Hon f ue Cross) Pjr,d.!L0
e..iM ...... I.
Convert dami J0 a.m. Tumday and
Thursday. a,' V
B.a.w Uaa B'SA
Holy Day Maml t0 aJa. tft M falls
on Saturday 1:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class I 1:30 to IM pm. m
MCemlonft 1:00 to 130 sax. Sunday.
st. torn SArnsr ds la balls
t Parana Lefevia
Sunday Massea: S30 and I JO am
tsak ruvs Mam: 4:30 Man. Thun.
svi e.i itnt ividae mam: tM a.m,
Hnlv Dev Mamatl :0t I ta t'JM
Confeadoot: :M to 440 and 1t to
pjn. on Saturday. .
Mlnculout Medal Novenai Friday I BO
'Catachfm Clam: t4t aja. an Bunday
BT. fHEBESaTB 1 "eee
Convert Class: Monday 7 JO pm.
Confemiona: Saturday 3 to i 730 pm
i. nretTrldav 130 DJn.
Becrad Heart Novenai 10 P-m. on
Coavart uami ee p ""
SI. J08RPH1 Cetea
Sunday Masses : 1:4a. 10 and 1:16 am
Holv bay Masses: and am
Confemiona: Saturday 1m ta 140 and
' Mlreeiol'aiedal Novanat Wedneeday
ZZS Nsrm, Friday IM m
Sunday Evening Servlcea
Convert Clemi7:ll PJB. aa Mondaya
Catechism Clam: Sunday 10:11 arm. to
11 4a am. a:uv pjn. m ewv n
V4 svirf.cBBitioii of Mom Blesav
cd Sacrement all day Bepostuoa ai
ajn. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotion so our s7
of Fetlme The Holy Rosary siw am.
First Communion tnstnseubaa tor chil
dren Mondays and Thursday 40
78 pas. -j
Sunday Massea: 70, 80 and 10 JO a m.
Holy Day Measas: 140. M am. and
:li p m J
Confeasmna: Saturday 40 la 10 and
740 SO IS aa Attar auaary aacai www
Mlracukwe Model Novenai l:l a
1 -O0 n m. ee, Monday.
Catechbss Cunes Aflat I JO Masa aa
First FrMa v lcpo-rtloB aB day BaslBJJ
Dm School Year.
first Saturday: Mam at am.
BOLT FAMILY CnVBCH ta Mairartl
Sunda Messrs: 7 30, I JO. 119 a a.
Firm Santrdav Mam: 040 am.
Weekday Mai ml: ......... 140 am.
Benarday .. T40 pas. to 1:0 pja,
Miraeuloua Medal Novesm 740 pm
Holy Day Maasea: T JO am. i ll pm.
Confession .. g: pm. to 4:4 pm
artsb Family Ri
... 7 PJB
Croup 7 JO aja.
ta.-rrldy Dsvotluna ... T4'p.m
1st. Saturday Devotmn .. 10 pm.
ST FIWCfcWTl BatoOtai CMy
Sunday Masam: J am and t
Hory Day M
04 w ana) (4
Cent seal rira aa ta SJ
14 p.m Seturday
(.eterm-ia uusar: e as a m aa Buasay
C sml Oaes aveiy Monde at 14
MtscvIou Medal Bevena: e am
ikk- Heart wee even T4 a as. aa
bunas. Uses: I.U am
Holy Day Mam: S.OO ojn.
Confemiona: M to IB, an Sat.
in-day.'-' : : A.,; V .'
OtMhlior Claw 4-nn om nr Mrtnday
OUR LAO Of GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Mawes: 7:00 and t:S0 a.m.
Holy Day Mane: .-00 a.m. and f:W
Confeaalone Saturday -at T M pjn. and
after all evening devotions.
Baptiama by aopointment
Miraeuloua Medal Novasai 7:00 bjb
Sacrad Heart Movanai 9 :AB am an
Sunday School! 1:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Heliaioua Instnlctliwi Cm for Chil
dren: 4:00 p.m. on Thuraday. -Religious
Instruction for ariulta inm.
ducted in Spanish i 7:00 pjn on Uon.
Convert Instruction bv aoontnrment
Tfea fct. Ber. K. Habar Ceedta, i.?.D,
. The Vary Bev. Malaert J. retenoa
THA CATHEDBAL OF ST. LUKB
I JO a m noly Conununloh.
4 30 am Santa Communion (4th Sua
030 a.m. Church SchooL
11.00 a at. Morning Prayer and Sermon.
Holy Communion, (First Sun-
7 -00 pro. Avaning Prayer and Sermon
8:30 an. Holy Communion.
7:00 p.m. Cvenlng Prayer.
HOLY DAYS i
0.40 am Holy Communion. 7,
t :g0 a m Holy Communion. t
las a m. Morning Prayer. I
12.-00 Ut?.da Missionary Prsyere. X
' Chars at tt Aaulrew
The Bev. William W. Baliwin.
. Priest la Charge
floly Communion f JO a.av
cnnuT. v-rayer ana
Church School g:U s.m.
4 Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Sunday each month)
Morning Prayer A Sermon 11.00 a-av
(Abo Holy Communion 1st
Sundsy each month!
Holy Communion 1:00 a jb.
Chapel et The Coed aUtsaerd
The Bev. Clareace W. Hayes.
Prisat la Chsurae
FRIDAYS, , ,
t:0 a.m. Morning Prayer.
, (H.C. tint Friday each Month).
. Bt Bimea'e ChsMk
Tha ate, obn. Spear. Priest to Chart
,.-.. .- r... ...
Choral Buchsriit and Ser
snoa 74 am.
Church School 1:00 p.m.
Episcopal Young Churchmen S40 p.m
Evensona and Sermon ..... 1 :00 am.
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion t:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer 740 p.m
Woman Auxiliary, 2nd and
m muraaay roe ua.
DA 19 SI THUlUUIAia
Evenina Pravar ...........
Oflic of Complin
St Peter's Chare
The Bev. Jeaa Spear. Priest
Morning prayer ana enures
School 140 am
Choral Euchaiiat and Ser-
mon 1040 a m
Holy Baptism U40 boob
Evensong end Addrsee .... T JO p.m
Jrd MONDAYS e-a. i.
woman auxuirt .......
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy communion .. .......
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Yea. L. B. Bhh-ley, Priest Charge
gJO a m. Holy eomimsnwm.
Charch ef Bt
' : EspavO and Braeea
Tha Bar. Jem
T 40 am Holy CsmmurdoB
U a so. Church School
lte.M. atAvBina Pravaf
Last Sunday aach Month. Holy Com-
THURSDAYS and HOLT DAT
I JO a.m. Moiy usnmuruon.
Chapel af Oar SavtssaT
The Be. Attest R. WaatL
Priest ta Ckerrs
Tha Bev. BevM
141 u. Choral tucharral A
JO am infant Baptiam.
2 t n. Church Schoal
k.,1 m ahnldlna 1211
1.14 pm Youth PellowshiB
i us nt Kvananne end A
2nd end 4th WEDNESDAYS
IJOpra Weanaa. Aamuiary and Al
ia; (atiiui aisrasa
. PANAMA CTTl
St Peal1 fwtek
the Veax Uael BV tMey,
The B- Fat B. AtsreB. I
4( .0 LIMlllll
aa a a. Sub, Eui.riarisl A
lOtt a m Marnmg Prayer one) Chart
U ewev-Rare Bel 'baa
1 -n ..m gslsarm Vssmi
a m nxy
ea am Hare
T-OS tun. tvenhig frrer
rfcURAJATS AND FRIDAYS
I M t m Hot
040 a.es Baty
orAirr on-c-i bttruia
El III II ll
fOecamrs Hotel WsaTiSaanefil
Tba Bee. Jaseea rvsar ra
Tb Rev. Uei
too am. Hot
a a sa Choral
IS 3 ajn. Chareb Sfhssl.
7 JO am Ro '"
- m EDNESDATt
3 pav Sveisili'Tayer
8:30 pjn. Adult Confirmation Clai
1:00 p.m. Evening Prayer and' Medita-
; tton. ( '.'
0:00 a.m. Children's Eucharist. ;.
.r I SATURDAY. y
10:00 a.m. junior Confirmation Class,
I JO p.m. CompMlne end Meditation. .-
" BAINBOW On
. Cbarvk of St Mary, the Virata
Tha Bev. Joha A. Spalding,
rPrtet la Charge
SUNDAtS - 1
Sung Aucnarlat ........... tJO a.m
Chur-m School ...t t:4Sa-m
Evena-eif and Baimon .... t JO bun
Holy Communion. ........ 740 ajn.
- 1 BIO ABAJO
X t St Christopher' Charek
v 10th Street, rarque Lefevr
A-1 Tha Bev. Clereace W. Hayesv : '.
, .' 1 Priest In Charge
. Tb Rev. Clarence A. CragweB, ;
. . Aaristoat .'
:uo ajn. rioiy uommunion.
7:30 a.m. Sung Eucharist and Svrmon.
10:30 ajn. Morning Prayer and Church
School. ; i '.. a ..
12:00 nooa Holy Baptism.
8:30 c m. Evensong and Sermon,
MONDAYS i . i
7:30 pjnist ana era. woman a auxi-
0:30 p m. j u fl I o r-Daugntsr ox s
T.JO pjn., Youth Fellowship. .
840 a.m. Holy communion. j
T:00 pan. Evening Prayer and Religious
0:00 p.m. Girls. Friendly Society,-
40 p.m. 1st and Srd. Singleton.
'"ojo'bjsl" Junior Confirms tl on Clam
CHUKCH OP THE N AIABENB
- An eon. .Z.
Mlmtter: Be. Elmer O. Ntlsoa
Boa ea. An con, CZ. v- Balboa n00
aia ahaal l 1:41 B.m
Morning Worship ........1 10:20 a m
Youth Sarvtc 4:4 p m
Cvanlna Sarvice .... TJO Pjn.
NT. M.S. Service 7:00 pm
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .... 1 JO pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panamd JtP- Itrd Street East
Bev. S. H. BrewB, Mlmarte
I JO aj
ab.gUk a, m
m m.vm B.J
Sunday Mmsse 1
Mio Aba,. etP, Sunaay
1:00 jb. .
t. 7:U iX M
Meetlnm Thursday at 7:0 p ut. and
Sunday at 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
got Balboa Road. Balboa.
rwiiarw or yratia chbibt
nP LATTEBUDA SAINTS IMwWll
Sunday meetinm In tha IDS Chapel
on Balboa Road. ;.
sunaay acnoot ........... sv.we.ao.
Sacrament MeeUng 0:00 pjn.
Primary; Monday ...1:30 pjn.
nenei society; xuaaoay... s:so am
MIA; Wednesday 7 J pm
Telephone Balboa 4227.
BuOdlng 100, Schoolhousa Road Oatun,
a "vanai aons L
Buaday School. Sunday .. 1:10' a. sa.
Sacrament meeting, Sunday 11:00 a.m.
rriesuioea meeung wea... :M p.m.
rrimary, neaneaaay s:je p.m.
Relief Aoeletv. aa aiuMHineaJi. .
Telhpaea. Oslua H aw Cristobal 2007.
tvavmti pBorrtTAJCT orcscii
A warm Bosrtad Cbareta"
Mil tea C Leldlg, M leister
Phone Res. U-IU4 of, tS-SlOt
Bunday School t JO am
( ciam tor every egei
Morning Worship ......... 11?
Youth FeUowehlD t oo bjb.
Eevenmg Worship 740 p.m.
rreyer ena r raise twea.i T.-VV p.m
A church nursey la providsd for your
OLD CATHOLIC CHUBCBI
Bt Baabael Tba Arrbsagel
12th Bt Wast Ma 1
Holy Bueharlat: Sunday at 140 a.m
Tl mafia lo WedneaoSLVa eaa
Searament at (roenoa iHeailne
tic i rum miliar as
Panama a P.
Bt Baa. T. asoea, D. Ik
r ell uvj ship Worehn ay) 1140 am
Sunday Scaeei at ,mm.mm. 1 4 pnv
cuvina sarsica, as .......... iji pm
4 First Street
Urbanrzadoa B Carmen. Panami Oty
juormaj nun ana snscussione
Twinueva, ...84 pm
et Freest oreem
Study Ciam......Tauradaya, I JO BJB
BTTWtX. MISSION CHVBCSi
apalabe St, Paraiao, CZ. ,'
Bev Waieaae SL Stewert, Pi
Sunday:, 1140 am warship
p as. bunoay acnoot.
1 :15 pm Cespel Service.
Monday: TJO Young People's Society
Wednesday, TJO Mid-week Christie
Thuraday: 144 Chofr RehearaaL
Pi-iaey: 7 J Wemeoa Mlmlanary So Society.
THE OrUBCH OP GOO
T028 Ugmb Btreet CeMa
Bev. O. W. death SB, paster
Sunday Schel ,,, OJIgaa.
Mom Ins Warship MB aa
Night Sareta I JO pm
FDctT CHUBCB OP OOB
Oar. iimslm aad Trraided am
Bemeow Oty, Ceaal Sea
Bee. O. W. feraadlaaa Past)
Meminj Worship ........... 040 am
Sunaay Sim eel .............. 10 30 a m
niant Bervsca ......m saw pm.
tbx aruBCH op to
Sundav Schooi )
atornin werabip ............ 11 wa am
nignt aniiit tarn pm
TBB CTUBCTI OP OOO Bt Baata
ansa -1BI BC
lssiAsv Brtteo ...m.. ....... 0 20 am
MernaBJi Warship 140 am
blew asrins ............... taw
CKvmcm op oo
Rev B g. Vetaan. Overaeer
Phone e-tit tva E'J Gem beat
Cearmii et Pars CA iRee. a
Mra, Biiiaa Q. hrtet Cokesa, t-f
(Pee Femande Laren-el, Ri Abate
tRee. e"4 Mra. C mr-t BsTneat.
Cativi (Re. w4 Cllftnra Ores
Sumoav asni ereeaoev sai rltm a
Cneee p, ra, u.
, trUniaa Bate. Ulaaa BMaM,
Sunday Krmrot l-es ami
torshre SenAce ...... em
Varna Aarric f am I
f-iwint arre 1 2 pm
Ws4. 0e- Stuoy Prayer IJ pm
JBbTJ esn0rnlj eBBaTsTBoBjap
-a ry -r-,i. CJ.
I Posts end Bases
J -' ProlasUat
FORTAMADOB J... f
Sunday School I4C
' Morning Worship ............... 10.00
1 Church-time Nursery School... 10:00
FORT CLAYTON '-?t-:,!&?.&
Sunday School (Btrildlna Hev
126) t 1:00
Morning Worship .............. 10:30
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Service !.':.......,.... ..4 .... :30
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 1:00
FOHT KOBBE Oi.r-V'HrC
Sunday School 1:00
Morning 'Worship '.,.'i'..f, ..'$ 10:30
Evening Worship .;,. . . . 7 ;00
Worship Service, Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service, Rlo-Hato .... 8:15
Christian Youth Fellowship i ... : 8:00
Soldier's Fellowship Thur. ,i v 7:00
Officer' Chrbttan Union Thurs., 8:00
ALSROOR AIR FORCX BASB .S
sunaay bcnool .............. ,.r -n
Adult Bible Clam (NCO Club).. 1:30
Morning Worship 1:30 A 10:45
Youth Fellowship v. .,.,..... 80
lf.S. NAVAL STATION Rodmaat 'r
Morning Worship ..............110
uoiy vommunioa rirat Buaaay
15fn KD HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month). :;
Naval Radio Station,' Suhmit...'
FORT AMADOB ,.i J-
Sunday Massea 7:00 A
Confemiona, Saturday ... ,6:30 A
Sunday .......t. ....... 8:00 at
FORT CLAYTON :t .:''.'!.,;'r '':
pally Alas M
Sunday Matte ...7:5 or f:00
Confssal is Saturday .. 8:20 A 8:00
fort KOBBE-' J'-
- Daily-Mass ........ ........, t:15
-Saturday Masses rt.,.. ...... 1:00
. Sunday Masse 8:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotion .... 7:30
Conf mslons Ssturday. :00 A 7 JO
Sunday Mae 10:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCX BASS
Dally Mass ..................... 040
Saturday Mas ........... ....w. 740
Sunday Massea ......... XT:45 13:00
Novena Servlcaa-Tumday ...... 7:00
v.onriaeiui-saiuraay .......... y:oo
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Bodman
Aundav Masa I4A
' ee, seeeeeae, sr rarw
' -'''' .' Jssetsb'
Saturday ........ ........ ........
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
Sunday School Bldg. 3S3 .... 1:00
Morning Worship 10:30
prayer Fellowahln Blda. 252
Tuesday ......... -i.. t.40
KynB Wednaaday Post Chapel I JO
vnoir rrscuce weonataay : r-
PORT CUliCTC ;-ii:,!lKp 4:;ut;:
jSundey School- ,.aai,sv..,,1 IJOi
" ... ' ......
.u.l "waul ..,.,..
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 8:30
Bible Study, Wedaeaday .1. f T JO
La ill a Chapel QuUd. 1st Thura. 1J0
O S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo V
tsunaay ncnooi ijo
Morriing Worship .............. 1140
Hour tmmunioa First Sunday
' .' -
7:45 A ; 10:15
. 0.40 A T40
O S. NAVAL STATION. Coca Sola
COCO SOLITO .'
' -, "Jewish
Wesaay ...,. TU1
Greek Orthodox asrvli-ee are iMaai.
ed at the Church of the Anunriaiian
Via Bellsafto Porraa. San Frmncisra a
m uiieta. ranama city, Rj?, and at
uia uiurca e et Anthony. Avenlda
Mdendez, Colon. R.P.. on alternate Sun.
day at I 30. For further information,
esll I tha Office af tba Army Chaplain.
ta afl Churches aa
Sebbatb School 1 40 am ..
Divine Service U40 am
Youth' Meeting 4 JO pm
Wedneadsy Biol Study ant
Pacific Side Paaeaei A Balbaa DiitTtflt
Pestor W. a Weilar Tot 20 J 2SU8
Ceb Verde. Ave. J. P. aa la Oma Ma
Chorrul BfUl Be. ST
Pueblo Nuava S-A Bl
and 4th Sta.
Rio Abate Ufb St Ha. rT
Balboa Chapel 0044 Gavtlan BA Bai Bairn
rn Bairn (&attirdav eauri.
Oaanlab Chunhca Paaaam and
Pastor Ruben Bui '
PanacrA Call Darlen Na.
Cristobal: 14th A Bolivar Ava.
Gemboe A Frltaloa.
Olstrtrt Paste A A. Ortaala
Tel. aa 0-102 r
Gemboe Praltt Partway rritalm ;
AtamtM glee Cama asm v
Pastor Neblett Tet 2420
Cetan Srd St A Central Aa CrhnaV
Bl ltb a Bolivar Ava.
Cmtrai efftre: GevliaW Sml Tat t-
ecBHt Weieare awarg Bid TW-1 La
Sura- Seed Balbaa. CX Rsbbi Nathea
Kervie Frtday. JS pm Babjraay.
I J4 pm
rBa awe fMangt af Jewteb
Cacyaabaa Bel St'eailnk tareeL Ave.
iina C-,r and
Street Beu Vana
BreTMmca umutii cwt bcb
lead a Bleat On-at
PjO. Baa I
PtaMay Srrmot emit eta 040 am
r.rir imct 11:11 m
tvwe mm e Marearwa fn fl
!V - 't liaeopal ChurtJa S-ndaj
NEW Y0RKi"May 11 (UP)
The Civil Liberties Union charg
ed today that police who search,
id the clothing of Frank Costel
lo after he was wounded in an
assassination attempt violated
his constitutional rights.
; "Photographinir Costello'g pa
pers is a violation of his consti
tutional rights and an outrage
ous' example of official lawless lawlessness,"
ness," lawlessness," said CLUB spokesman.
The search produced a slip of
papef-with notations about "ca-i
smo wins and "slot wins." lead
in? policemen believe Costello
still is Involved hv, bltt time
cambllnir. t-,v v,
. Police denied that they violate
ed costeno s rights, police oi oi-ficlals
ficlals oi-ficlals said detectives w e ri t
through Costello's clothing while
he was being treated in anoth
er room of Roosevelt Hospita'
last ; week. The spokesman said
the search was warranted be
cause he might have had a
gun." He said ths of fleers photo
graphed the note and then put
it back lo the pocket of the
Th5 :CLUH Dbinted out that
the New York state constitution
provides guarantees against un
reasonable search .and seizure."
Costello was taken to the city
Jail yesterday under heavy guard
to serve a 30-day sentence for
contempt. The sentence was lm
posed when he refused to an
swer Questions about ; the pa
pers and about his activities.
Reveals Wife Died
In Tragedy At Sea
' ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., May
It UP- A pilot boat found t
TomD Dhvsician clinsinl to toss
Ing bouy far at sea yesterdav and
the near-hysterical doctor ioia nis
rt&cuers that his wife died in his
arms and another couple was miss
First news of the set tragedy
came when the pilot boat captain
siahted Dr.i Huefi G. Steel cling
ing to barnacle-crusted buoy No.
2, six miles out in the Gulf of
Mexico, west of cgmoni &ey ai
the mouth of Tampa Bay.
Steal, nearly Ineohoront, final-;
ly dioclosad that his 24 f o o t
bin erultor. Hobo, sank, in the
Gulf about noon WodnAsdoy, ond
ho ond tho thro othr -porioni
rboard abandoned tha craft
wearing renge-colored llfoiack-
Tha chvsician. a eenerrtl prac
titioner "in". Tampa, identifier his
missing companion$. as his wife
and Mr -and Mrsi RonaMG,
Stimpson. StimpsotV' i29, ) is pro
gram director lor rampa wievi-si-n
station WTVT. The couple
hive two children and hit wife,
who could -not swim, was expect-
ins another child. ? f
Steele said his wife became
nauseated and delirious about 7
pm. Wednesday and died in his
aims. The last he rtw of the
Sumpsons, he said, was when they
tied themielvei together with a
rope attached to the submerged
wreckage of the cruiser.
Solid For! Demos,
TiTTTRvri.l.E.VKy.' May 11 (UP)
President Eisenhower said today
tho Democrats bo longer control a
'Solid South and Republicans will
continue to gam strengtn in souui
arn and hiirHer BTJlteB.
'Th TtaDublican Party is. .In
the South to tay and I earnestly
hope it will become ever strong stronger
er stronger from, year to year," the Presi President
dent President Mid. ..- A v
Eienhower ipoko by telephone
to a Louisville, Ky., regional con conference
ference conference of Republican frora M2
southern states the fourth such
meetine sponsored by the Repub
lican National Committee.
National Chairman Meade Al
corn echoed the President In
speech prepared for dehvery : at
u .m ih- ri.mnr-ata uted to
brag that the 'Sohd South' would
never be cracked and added r the
Republican Party is here and Jiere
to stay and to grow..'
I Eisenhower took, the opportunity
-Jto campaign one again for h I s
"irecord neacetime budget which
has faced stiff going in congress
from economy advocates.
"Of course sll of us want a ".mail
er budget," th President said.
"But tt costs a lot ot money to
preserve our security and to wage
peace. But the price is inconse-
o'intiai comnareo to in cost to
waging war. Tbe Budget ira bud budget
get budget for peace for the defense of
our nation and the free world."
V bj-jf AP w
CIEAN' UP AFTER RIOT --
Dakota, State Penitentiary in
:four-hour riot. The rioting ended when prison guards charged
Into a mass of some-200 rebellious convicts with guns blazing,
v- Six prisoners, were reported wounded.
tancer Cells Formed In Miami
An organization of Western He
m.sDhere nation has been formed
at Miami to aid in the world-wide
conauest of cancer -- with Miami
as the proposed Training Center
for Latin American scientists.
Formation of the Pan American
Cancer Cytology Society was the
outgrowth of the recent .ran Amer
ican Cancer Cytology Congress,
which brought about-. 1,000 pnyst
cians. scientists ahd educator to
the area from four continents.
Twenty of the nations represent
ed fct the Congress ha veN already
joined lnmtorming tne new cancer
Cytology th aruciy of lumart
call is utd -for oarly dlagnealg
ancT dotoction of cancer. It was
roportod at th Congress that
cyrology through mat scroon scroon-ing
ing scroon-ing f American woman -- could
wipe out deaths yrom cancer of
tha uterus, which now claims
2o,000 American live year.
Dr. J. Ernest Ayre, Director of
tho Cancer Institute at Miami and
President of the Congress," w a 1
named President of the new Socie
ty'i Organizing Committee. Doctor
Guillermo Terzano of Argentina
was .requested, to serve at secret
ary.. Headquarters will ..be maint
ainedtAt tthf Miami t .Cancer Ins ti-
tute ana in .auepps. Aires. Argen
tina!.,, nV i'H '"
- The ouiami Cancer- institute,
now conducting -a campaign to
raise $962,000 for expansion of' its
facilities: will serve as a Training
Center for Latin American cyto cyto-logists
logists cyto-logists under the Society's plan.
In south America there are on
ly a few men trained in the field of
cytology, explained vx., 1 erzano,
winner of the 1958 Wien Award
the recent Congress. "In 2 0 m
South American nations there are
none. We need to send doctors and
As US Ambassador
-j WASHINGTON. Mav "II : (UP)
Scott McLeod. controversial
State Department security chief,
received Senate, approval today
to be U.S. Ambassador ; to ire ire-land.
land. ire-land. v.v : : '"
.The A Senate confirmed his
nomination 60 to 20. All "voting
against his nomination were
Democrats. ' '
Forty -two Hepublicans and ; 18
Democrats voted for tt. -
The Senate also connnned oy
voice vote the nomination of ra-
dio commentator Henry J. Tay-I
lor to be Ambassador to Swltzer-
land. ' j
McLeod s confirmation-- was or the boy's death after his re re-virtually
virtually re-virtually assured last night wheni turn here Sunday. Police said hs
the Senate voted 54 to 22 against gave evasive answers and refus-
Democratic move to send the
inomlnition back to the Foreign:
Relations Committee for further
.Democratic critics had vigor vigorously
ously vigorously opposed McLeod't nomina nomination
tion nomination because of his handling of
State Depatment Security and
personnel affairs and the refu refugee
gee refugee program.
; The Pacific Sieam Ilavigallon CompEnf
' IN CO R PO RA TED BT ROTAt' CHARTER IMti
fAST fTtElGHX AND fASSKNUER otCRTlCtS
rirciiUMIV ECtADOR. PERU AND CUII R -.
M.V. -SALAMANCA". ....... t. ...May 23-
M.V. S ALATERRT"j. May t
fo I'NiTED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA. LA GCAIRaT
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA, SPAIN SPAIN-'
' SPAIN-' AND FRANCE v .
S.S. HEINA DEL MAR" (20,225 Tons.)
(Atr-Condltioned) v.. ....May 20
, M.T, RELNA DEL PACICLCOliii'00,-T,U') J,B
UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. PIZARRO" .. ....May if
M.V. "SALINAS ........t.t.......jBBQ
" ROTAL MAIL LINES LTD7H0LLAND
- ",.:- TO NORTH P4CTriC rosTt
S.S. "DONGEDTK" ; May IS
8.E. "DIEMERDYK" ; .....May SI
Si. "LOCH GOWAX .....
ALL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
TTLrFnONTS: CRISTOBAL J1I515
PANAMA: 3-lts:f BALBOA: 2-1JC5
The clean W hegins" at Nortli :
Blsmark. after prisoners staged s,
technicians some place to get the
necessary training, and M i am i
would be the ideal place."
, t ltj? t
Dr. Ayr. aid tho Pan Ameri American
can American Society plans to sponsor art.
othor : intarnation .. -C y t I g y
Congrats in 190, probably In Eu Europe.
: "1 he recent Congress received
considerable support from the Pan, i
American Sanitary Bureau and tho
World Health ."Organization. So
ciety officials are hopeful for con
tinued support from thos groups
for tho newly formed organization.-
"Approaches will be made to
the Ministry of Health in each La Latin.
tin. Latin. American government to en encourage
courage encourage establishment of Cytology
Centers for the benefit of that na-
tion's citizenSj'Dr. Ayre explain
ed. "The strength, then immenst
scope and potential of this Society
to curb cancer mortality through
out the Americai augurs well fur
Serving on. tha Socioty's Or
ganixing Committee batidat Dr.
Ayr and Or. Tarzano, are Pre Pre-fetsor
fetsor Pre-fetsor Jarga Campo of Ptru,
Dr. Albert Guzman of Chita,
and Dr, N. Puonto Duany ef Cu
bo. '.. ; r
Nationi taking part '4ir formation
of the Society ar Argentina, Bra Brazil,
zil, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia. Cu
ba, Ecuador, Jamaica, M e x 1 0 0.
Panama, Peru, El Salvador, Uru
guay, Venezuela, Dominican Repu Republic,
blic, Republic, Honduras,' Guatemala, Costa
Rica, Nicaragua, and the United
Boy Seoul Killer
MUSKEGON, Mich.,-' May II
(UP) w Herman Barmore 44,
alias Charles W. Ficher. a male
nurse, confessed today he killed
Boy Scout Peter Gorham, 13. of
Evanston, 111., nearly two years
ago. But Barmpre said the shoot shooting'
ing' shooting' was accidental. --
Barmore's verbal v confession,
still belne Investigated by police,
solved the death of th- boy
whoso body was found In a heavily-wooded
are "orth of MuS MuS-keeron
keeron MuS-keeron Aug. 14, 1955: ; v
Peter had disappeared from it
Boy Scout camp on Duck Lake,
about 17 miles north of here, Ju-
fly 8, 1956. :
Barmore's confession cams
nine days after his arrest in
Arizona following a- 16-month n
nationwide search for him.- I fl
Barmore denied any kriowiedgg a
ea to teu tnem anytnmg soous
- The "break" came late todaTJ
when the FBI Identified "Fich "Ficher"
er" "Ficher" as Barmore, stating he serv served
ed served 12 years In New York prisons
for armed robbery.
Barmore then asked to fee
Sheriff Arthuf W. Davis.-
, -i did It," he told the sheriff,
5ATCRDAI, MAP 11, 1JST
XBX PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DA11T NEWSPAPEB
.'1'.:: .: :.
' Jt mil CiJi If uifLmm m PmLmm 2 0740 ar 24741 Umwt f.00 mJ 'tO tm. mlf
tJ'Ai,T.rt.tiM imrtL whose enVatenient to David Ho
'J ,..ong is announced. Miss Lynn is the- daughter of Dr.
, :af-; Jrs Ernest ShtUlof Herdoh, Va., and Mr. Long- is the aon aon-i
i aon-i Vthur toward Long of Balboa, and the late Mr. Long
MM!--:, (,i;jt ..v.v.-i'-.-i '.: vviii-.
T MADE POR GALA PLOWEK SHOW
HELD tN THE REPUBLIC OP PANAMA ; ... ,
The Minister ef EducaUon hae been ked to preside n
lfivtth$ flower show; which Is scheduled to take place at
Le Athenaeum near, the Hotel El Panama May l..,r
Members of the committee selected to organis .the, show
, ftp. HHia n Snrandmres. Rodrlco Bemal, Dr. JuanLuis
n. vim.nec. Mr.- Rodriro Mellft Andrlon,
V jvatson, Virgilio Sosa, Federko Ritter and Demetrie imw.
,t towers from Panama, th Canal J5on and neighboring
,,1 "rleVwll! b siown. At the same time ballet wlir be be-,X
,X be-,X cmed and there wlU be a eoronatloav ceremony for, the
(i Ua of the Plovers,, ; :t .;.y .Vf i
, v- 7 ,i ;.. i
' . ..Mrs.UErnest Clay .Shull
ii -. :...pj.' Va-jinia announce the
i : r.mexi of uieir daughter Sal
- on ;M Uavid-JHoward ;L o n g,
iv' jllrsi Arihur Howard. Long
. -.boa.-' add the late Mr. Long.
' Davlo,' Long was" born and
' m teCanal Zone. For the
jrvwo years he has been attend attend-f
f attend-f Emury Riddie Interna,tion Interna,tion-i
i Interna,tion-i .v'ool of Aviation in -M r a m i,
I jt. and the Universny or Miami.
- Wis fiancee also attends the Uni-
'..! -I -4 i ,. . t 1 1.'..
fteceptien At Unie Club
ier Oewilee Meier-'-
! ellewina Cenfirmatlen yv-
' airs. Xdsle Major wiU. give- a
pntion at the L'nion Club to-
t eat in honor of her son Douglas,
UiSu is i ceieoraung u umwun
D.)iii?ii' was confirmed In the
Jewish faith at a traditional Bar Bar-Mttzuah
Mttzuah Bar-Mttzuah ceremony at the USO USO-WB
WB USO-WB this morning. Rabbi Nathan
B-edding . v ... :"
Qae of the xestive spring wea wea-lines
lines wea-lines is that of Mm Charlyn E-
rna aad Jack Williamson which
l T 1 A I J 1
OK place Apru u, in in vj
tpei at coco oiO; wiipim
aemaa omuaiea ai ue cere-
feuay and later a reception was
Ud in.the home of the b r 1 d e s
iarenUr- Chief and Mrs. Harold
u$sum..The bridegroom's parous
aa rs. jonn wuuamson,
till in Roanoke. Virginia,
iWlvide uvea in marriage by
Uf father, was attended by Mrs.
Cither Woodruff, maid of honor,
in Mrs. Dt lores Graham. Carle
HviOta,. the bride's yeueg sifter
krvet as (lower girl. Chief Ble Ble-Hi
Hi Ble-Hi Vit bit man. and in the
Me ei ushers were Chief Collins
tnd Vtodniff PNL -
The baHenna4eogth gown ef im im-kfted
kfted im-kfted frencb lace and nylon tulle,
Ww tatleta worn by the bride.
Iris sredc with long sleeves fin fin-Ined
Ined fin-Ined in pouts at the wrist, and
lie neckline wis sppliqued with
bee. Her illusion veil steaded
Vom a coronet adorned with seed
tsrls, and she carried a bouquet
if baby gardenias tied with white
nun uiai lormva stream rrs.
Bridal a Um dints wore ballerma-
jUjjth fawns of greeu and pick
tuue wna wnixe accessories.
Each were- a pearl necklace, gifts Cbong. Arline Lira, Cavell
rqiB'tbe bndo, sad earned bou-'son and Greta Mob,
4et of pinb? c srnafions. With her
frjrtc, of fwmte"'isee ana pinir ny
io -ntulle over1 taffeta -the flower
g'rl carried a basket of rose- pet petals
als petals in different tones of pink.4
For her dauehter't wedding
Mrs. HysOm donned dress of white
and r gold faile. with which she
wore whit accessories and a gar gardenia
denia gardenia corsagc-'s :'''.'.'' ".:--.
An ;- aunt of the bride Alma
Brown, from Los Angeles acted
as mothei ol the groom by proxy,
Si e' was attired in a beige, dress
with accessories to match,.-and
wore a corsage ol pinK carnations.
Easter lines : and tropical now-
a i a.1
era were comDinea in euecuve
decoration for the church and air
sv as a background for the recep
tion.- ; -'---..'
The brideiroom is serving with
the Navy, and the. happy -couple
olan to leave Panama for stateside
duty at ue ana or nay.
Atlantic Bridge- ; ;
The winners of the regular wees
by bridge games played at the
Margarita uuDnouse on ibutiuii
tvenin were as follows: North
and South, first, Mr. August Earn
with Mr. Herbert Delgaao ana sec
ond Mr. Loms Lyons with Mr,
Julius Loeb. East and Est, first,
Mrs. Julius Loeb with Mrs. S. B
Aocock: second. Mr. and Mrs.
Georre A, Tully and third, Mr.
and Mrs. E.. V. Miuspaugn.
Biahe Attends '' ...
Of Cetha4ic Deuehters -.
His Excellencr. Rt. ReV; James
Serrsno, C.MJ, Bishop of Colon,
attended Court No. 874 Catholic
Daughters it Americsn initiation
ceremony held last Sunday eve
ning at the Knights of Columbus
Home in Margarita. This was the
first time Bishop Serrsno ass been
present at a Csthoue Daughters'
an air and be aaaressed ue group
in Spaniah. v
Rev Father Roberto Alvarado.
C.MJT, was also present and he
spike u. Eaglisa. M M-Ia
Ia M-Ia addition to thirthy members.
Mrs Eldamae Duff, Territorisl De
puty from Balboa and the Court s
CI-apt a in. Rev. Fstber John F.
Tnmeiltv. CM. attended.
The initiates were: Mrs. Laurt
Craig Mrs Phyllis Lyew, Mrs.
Anita Iim aad the Misses Gertrude
Bey And Girl .. C
Oven At Curundu ?
A surprise Baby Shower was ar arranged
ranged arranged on Thursday morning at
the New Community Bldg. in Cu Cu-i
i Cu-i uauu oy met. cecuia M e t c a 1 f,
Mrs. Gloria Brown, Mrs. Betty
ahctfield, Mrs. Meiida A. Bembe Bembe-nek,
nek, Bembe-nek, Mrs. Elizabeth Benson. Two
beautiful tables were decorated to
hold the presents for the future
M.ss Mius and Mr. bimms.
Babv cnl Mills table was beau
tiful arranged with a pink umbrel
la covered with pink, and yellow
rmbons and the too was graceiut
ly adorned with white frangipani
Baby boy Simms' table was all
in blue witn a lovely bassinet all
arranged with blue bows and two
storks in miniature holding ; the
The coffee table had gardenias
and lilac The ladies that joined
the hostesses and mothers-to be
Mrs. Beatrice Mills and Mrs. Mi Miriam
riam Miriam Simmy were: Marlorie Red
ding Lorraine Zent. Betty Dill.
iVnnabeiic Leap and son, noris
Souzy. Jo Therrell, Clara' Ray
mond, Ma j. Britt Holcroft, Maria
Lucke, Caroline AuBuchon, Zenia
Reyes,"1 Lily Blumberg, C o n n i e
Rcichsrt, Yira Repes, Eva Lee,
alms 'T.isihaseW- CWri ITifAf T.fa.
Ai-jaaaejB viuwuitt waasses, -m m. ms)
na Diaz Granados. Thelma Fus-
st-u, bona uachman Jfcva stepnens,
Chichi Kirs;. Gloria1 Brown, Betty
Sheffield. Meiida A. Bembenek; De-
ciha Metcalf and Elizabeth Ben Ben-Reyar
Reyar Ben-Reyar Patm OKI
Sponsor Card -. i
Party Tonight ,
Royal Falm Chapter, mo. 2 o.
E.. with Mrs. Lorey'Wray as
chslrman. Is soonsorlng a card
pflrty this evening, at the Cristo
bal jaaspnic, Temple.
in aoaiiion ia inwviuuai nit
prizes,, two "Hostess frizes wiu
be awarded during the evening
and, lata refreshments w 1 1 1 be
Tickets' are priced at $1.00'' per
person and may be secured from
arry member or may oe purcnas-
ec at tnu aoor. xne puDiic is most
cordially invited to attend. v
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i 'a it ; 1 --J
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T! i "T i 1 1 f --Wr ii ii i
SAN PEDRO. Calif, f UP ) A
psychiatrist has solved a bur burglary
glary burglary case bv discovering that on
oi nis patients suffered from a
ktuup conscience, police said to-
; ..'. ,'f., v.. i (. .- .y. i
Fir Vlirt Vonll : MAantli, rAA
Afflpr that tha TiatiAnt .itrntlll
under treutnimt. thaf h. wa no.
rea oecause ne nad burglarized
me nome oi Marian hub last jnov
30 of $796. i
Tha dnctnr. rMnmminrial .that
the worried patient pay back the
money and offered to act as inter-
nfifuiarv. r am. lem Htirr acn.
ier's check for the amount and
the patient Immediately felt "like
Fantl told : oolite he eouldnt
disclose the patient's name be
cause of ethical grounds. Howev-
or, officers consulted Huff and he
3 lid he didn't want to prosecute
because he got his money back;
, The doctor put his patient's
ease history in the "cured file"
ana ponce termed the burglary
MR. AND MRS. JACK WILLIAMSON shown following their
recent wedding in the Navy Chapel at Coco Solo. The bride
is the former Miss Charlene Evans, daughter of Chief and
f Mrs. Harold Hysom.
Alligator Drives Self-Styled
Fugitive Into Arms Of Police
NEW -ORLEANS. May 11 (UP)
A man who thought he was a
fugitive from Georgia said today
it- was a Louisiana alligator that
drove him into the arms of the law
Lebur C. Hawkins' felt jail was
more comfortable than a pond full
of saurians.. .. ..
,A large number of Canal f em employes,
ployes, employes, ea route to the United
Mate& on, .vacation are listed a
mons the-151 passenaers schedul'
ed to sail jfrom, Cristobal for ,) JNew
xorK may 43 apoara we rename
Uner Cristobal: ? .';.(:, jj
passengers booked for Port au-
Prince. Haiti, are Mr. .and Mrs
Zera K. Esler and Mrs. Mary F.
emnorne. , .- t
' The complete advance oassenser
an ror now York fouows:
Mrs. Margaret Allen; Frank W.
Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Frank J,
Aspesi; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bad
onsky and 2 children; Mr. and
Mrs. James A. Barrett and, four
children; Miss Isabel Bishop; Mrs,
Jessie Block: Miss Marion Block:
Mr. and Mrs. Meredith W. Brown
and three children; Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Brownell; Joseph B n 1 1 a r;
Mr., ana, airs. Miguel, capnies;
Miss Nora Connelly: Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Cooper; Mr. and Mrs. Em-
meu a. Jjouins ana tour cnuaren;
Elmer S. Cowperthwaite; Mr. and
Mrs. Leigh Cramer; Edward J.
Cullen; Mrs. Naomi Curling: Eli
zabeth Davison and daughter Al
bert J. Deutscb; Mrs. Gertrude
Ditty; Mr. and Mrs.. William R.
jiunning; ssrs. :x.iesnor acili;
and Misa Maria Eckes,
f v :?( .i j '',
MC. and Mrs. F. Fleming: Dr.
and Mrs. Murrsy Fletcher; Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Flynn: Miss Msr-
! ;. f.!::3 lilt
7 Awt-JW-eaLafwse J
Atrim far rtiKna tkaa 'T N. y
mttr NiaaS. Mara mIiii trwatX j rr I
, M Imai IWyVa II aaiaaa il.JvitlJ I
rhuaraa hfet M at l15! fir"".!
r. t It wa t wWa ra 4na if fci.,.l
DES MOINES, Iowa, May
1 ur j --ine lowa xba vummu-
I sion was rebuffed when it attempt
ed to get tnree uoor ians xor hi
ouices. xno executive council us
covered the tax offices are air-
caret Freiermuth: Mr. and Mrs.
Je R. Gettle and dauehter. Mr.
and Mrs. Kingston Ghegan: Mrs.
Irma Griffing; Mrs. Rachel Rose
Grossman; Mr. and Mrs. Robert
At Hanson and four chiidren;-,Wal-
. a. a- -M a , "a I -aST
lex la., nanman; jr.. ana ir
Brack Hatlerahd son;;Mr and
Mrs.' Mortimer C. Hill and two
children; Mrs. Rebecca, D. Ishoy;
Mr. and Mrs Simon B. Jones am
three children; Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
rit Joustra and daughter: Rose
marie J. Kenealv and daughter:
Dr. and Mrs. MyrOn Kenler; Mrs.
Loretta Kenny Mr. and, Mrs.-Jo-
senh 1. Kincaid and two children
Cylde S. LaClair; and Mrs. Flor
enco Spier Levy,
Donald Mathieson: Miss Cecilia
McCormack; Miss Rita McCor-
mack: Magdalene Mensel; Paul
Muller: Miss Mary Muller; Mr,
and Mrs. C'hss. u. Myers ana, a
children: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J
Park and four children: Miss Sa
ra da la Pefia: Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward J. PilctsKy; Mrs jnargarei
D. Rankin: Mr. and rs. Louis
Rssiccl; Mr. and Mrs. Patrick
Scorese: Jsnice G. Scott and two
children; Mrs. Michel Simhon;
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph. Skinner and
daughter; Mrs. Theresa smitn;
Mr., and Mrs. Jerome E: Steiner
and three children; Miss Mildred
Stelling; Donald B. Tribe; Mrs. R.
Twitcheu; Mr. ana jars. ja
B. Wade and daughter; Mr. and
Mr. J. H. Walils; Mr. ana Mrs.
Fred L. Watson and son; and Miss
Anna Zevin. .
1 But in Atlanta,' the Georgia
Pirdons and Parole Board said
Hawkins was wronghe received
a conditional relesse lsst Septem September
ber September from a forcer v term, and is
free to go anywhere.
Troopers Joe Williams' and Clin Clin-tun
tun Clin-tun Lauman told how it happened.
They were near a pond in the
vicinity of the Mississippi River
Drage, when. they heard a man
"Help, a gitor got me," the
man yeuea. "Don't leave me.
Help, police'? 7 .v ( t
The troopers ran to the pond
and found Lebur C Hawkins. 47.
waist deep in the pond, struggling
to shake his leg loose from aome-
t Hawkins .was rescued but he had
long marks, apparently tooth
marks, pn,his foot, -.,.:
Hawkins said he, "started -drink
Ling anursaay ana got the- firge
' 'I guess I mistook the lilv Dads
for .green pasture and went into
the pond," he, said., ''Then, some something
thing something cot hold of my foot some
thing real strong: Must have been
Ian alligator. I was never so glad
to see police,".:- .; 4
Hawkins said he' was wanted in
Georgia as a parole violator.
Virqinia U Paper
Runs Racial Views
Of Five Writers
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (UPJ
Segregationist John Rasper breaks
into print for the first time this
weekend in a "Jim Crow" issue
of a University of-Virginia publi publication.
cation. publication. t
The article, which Kasper wrote
while jailed in Clinton, Teno., is
o neof five appearing in the spe special
cial special issue of the "Spectator," a
'tudent magazine. Floyd Fleming,
vice president of the Seaboard
White Citizens Council, also pre presents
sents presents his views.
Other articles to appear in the
magazine were written by Mrs.
Sarah Patton Boyle ef Charlottes Charlottesville,
ville, Charlottesville, and Edwin B. Henderson, an
official of the Vuginia National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored people, both ardent in in-tegrationists,
tegrationists, in-tegrationists, and novelist W 1 1 1-lism
lism 1-lism Faulkner, writer-in-residence
at the university, who has given
permission for the magazine to
reprint his "Letter to the North,"
from Life Magazine. '
Hon Voii't Be Sc!d 1 ;
On Doing 'Vo.-ncn's 7crE.' ;
WOMEN have sold the men on
the idea that there is no such
thing as "a man's job."
We've edged nur. way into al
most every line of work that, car caries
ies caries a pay cneck. rr -
, And at home, you'll see us mow mowing
ing mowing lawns, painting rooms, lugging
in big sicks of groceries without
ever a "Here, let, me oo mat"
from our menfolk.
We've even sold a lot of men
on the idea thai they need a wom wom-tn's
tn's wom-tn's help in earning a living.
But thouch there is scarcely
soch a thing as "men's work" a
nv more, we've failed to sell men
on the idea that there's so such
thing at "women's work" either.
Whatever men don't like to do
is still regarded by them as
"women' wortc." Xhat memoes
wishinc." ironing, cooking,, washing
dishes, making beds, scrubbing
floors and so on.
FAIL TO SELL
A MAN mar be married to a
woman who puts in as many
hnnrt hn dn at a oaid. fuli-
tima 4nh and cvhn wnrki at h i S
cide in the yard ana on any ao-11-
yourself project the coupie at
Sha mflv nnf. consider anvtninc
that nojH in hn Hnn '' 'man's
lob." But he probably has a long
list 01 tnings ne consider wom women's
en's women's work." And be hss no inten intention
tion intention of learnln-z how to do a n y-
tf.ing on the list.
That isn't very nngnt or us, is
it? to prove to men that we esi
do any kind of man's job, without
also selling them on the i-de a
that there is no such .thing'' as
"women's work." Ti
lt probably, accounts for Jf h
reason why so many working
of doing a "man's job" all day
and then finding out that the wok
that has to be done at home is
st'll regarded at "women's work
Acts Like Magic
Fin, toft, dalif htful htful-ly
ly htful-ly fragrant Cuttcura
Talcum eeotalne d
phene). Keeps the
Ids traah and sweat'
haat and diaper rash,
toot irritations. Bnyt I
Making; It a habit to keen Jou
conversation cheerful wilf-eor
lnnvwav tnvarH malrinir kfjiaii
( enjoy your company. A cheerful
person is aiwaya pewer company
than one who la habituaUj
So be ready with smile and!
some happy talk if yon wait oth others
ers others to be glad to sec you. i'n
;'Vi;,u.i;,;,vii5f!,., vh;-, .Ira.-
LEAR11 TO FLVr
! Student Instruction
daily at ; ..
Colon Aviation Inc.
Aircraft AAaiMtananc Y'
Tel, 14 '4V
lacb aetiee for incluaiea i this
celuma should be submitted la
type-writtM form sad mailed ee
the box oamber listed dally la 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otberwiae," or delivered
hi hatd to the office. Notices ef
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone. .. :
Will Meet Monday
The scheduled meeting' of the
Numismatic Society will take
place at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the
All members ana anyone inter
ested in coins are asked to attend.
Midnight to 4:30 t.m. Friday and, Saturday
Join our informal CLUB 4:30 for tba lata crowd
in tho air-conditioned comfort of our Ba4boa Bar
CAROL GREAVES -TRIO
Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a.m.
CAROL also plays the piano In the Balboa Bar
It p.m. to 2 a.m. Sun., Tues., Wed. ft Thurs.
A.v Jt- -PI
Srm Destga teotanr is wed
with aa aadaaTve arw fabric,
eoftar Otoa gonaa. It givos von
! ahaorbency mat cosolart
Only New Donga aeooEsa eg- -fcrs
sack nanduhd henry, sack
extra ancarky. B anre to aw
wooxaa, the samtary prtMactian
,SXat prteaia worriea. Twctvst
arAins in each ban.
AWiJiT k.'aiB.fiy BfO&Xl
Who discovered Charles Chaplin tba rreateat come comedian
dian comedian onr ttme? A theatrical agesit? No. Tho critics? Ne,
Well, whet The general public aad In. pmrtkf alar the chil children
dren children can be credited with his discovery. Chaplin evolved the
eeotome and character he was to make famona after ev ever!
er! ever! aborts far Black Rennet t. Shortly afterwards. -children
all over the world were troitathvf his now fana walks,
, wearing rrplieaa of the btg shoes nni bartT panta. Chaplin,
x who la now appearing In the) new version with added dla.
loree, mtisie and narration ef The Gold Rath, which
- OPENS at the LUX. ON THTRSDAT If, has always Jook Jook-I
I Jook-I ed wrm the little man be created as a ctawa who knows
I bow to be fenny even when be is pitting himself again
that powers that be and smffers the heartbreak aad fras fras-tratien
tratien fras-tratien common t everysns at sometime.
Time after time
In fact every time you taste tho
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Roses Bourbon, you'll find re renewed
newed renewed pleasure. Because the mar mar-veloua
veloua mar-veloua taste of this finest bourbon
u always dependable.
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tBI PANAMA AMERICAN T" Alt 'BltfiVBUbStlT DAfilKCWSPAFKk
SATURDAt, MAT II, r:j
1 ... v o, TTh
Three Days i Of
'Punchiest Weak Infield'
S Climbs To Within
Gamcs Of First Place
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
By MILTON R1CHMAN
v "NEW YORK, May 11 (UP) Everyone kissed
the Phillies off this spring as a club that would put
". 'The Phillies had no punch, their miield was shot
and besides, Granny Hamner might be all through.
iMiriftcer Mavo Smith, like a
tone, voice in the wilderness, tried
to peaaie wie iue wie nuiM
pitching, could carry them close
to the top. There were a lot of
nlrker then-but not nearly- so
many today as the Phils, winners
H six 01 tneir last eign- gamta,
climbed to within tnree games 01
the first, place Braves.
. .Rookie Jack Sanford. one of
to -tatahera Smith told every
one'Vo keen an eye on, chalked
ils fourth straight victory
without a. defeat in beating the
Pirates, 3-1, last night with a
And Hamner, the guy who
was supposed to be all washed
' SDvmacked his second homer
r sine reclaiming his second
base job. Sanford, a returning
serviceman who sometimes
; Buffers from numbness in his
' "throwing arm, exhibited a
,nighty live fast ball in strik strik-'
' strik-' lug out 10 batters. Ronnie Kline
ent down to his fourth, le
', teat without a victory.
5 In other National League
games, Johnny Logan drove in
five runs while leading Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee to a 10-5 victory over St.
Tfrillln Unn 1ACV Sitit. tit
JJUUia vy llllv iuaj.n..nviu w -o-. -
hncnitoi nappri the oiants to and third and a decisive four
at 2-1 triumph over the Dodgers, i run cluster in the fifth. Pinch
ana ine umcionnu umu
Logan did the damage against
the Cards with, a home run, two
singles and a double as rookie
Juan Pizarro went all the way
for the Braves to gain his first
major league victory. Pizarro
commemorated the occasion with
a home run of his own ana Ja
Mathews also homertd for Mil
waukee. Ken Boyer and Wally
Moon homered for the Cards.
The defeat was charged to Sam
Mays, who spent the last
three days in a New York hos hospital,
pital, hospital, helped the Giants beat
ex-teammate Sal Maglie with
a triple and two singles. It
marked the first jtlme the Gi Giants
ants Giants defeated Maglie since he
left them. Ruben Gomes regis registered
tered registered hits fourth victory as he
gave up only seven hits, walk walked
ed walked none and blanked Brooklyn
until the eighth when Don
Zimmer doubled and came
home on Pee Wee Reese's tin tingle.
gle. tingle. A
Southpaw Billy Pierce survived
a rocky iirst inning in wmcn De Detroit
troit Detroit sent eight men to the plate
and scored two runs to nail down
his fourth triumph.' The White
Sox, however, got to rookie Don
Lee for single runs in the second
gme was postponed by rain.
' The White Sox took over sole
possession of the American
League lead with a 614 decision
over the Tigers;', the -orioles
handed the Yankees their third
' atrataht loss. 4-1: the Indians.,
defeated the Athletics.; 41, and.
the game between the Red Sox
, And Senators was ; wiped out by
hitter Dave Philley's two-run
single was the big blow of the,
frame Nellie Fox and Red Wil Wilson
son Wilson hit homers.
Right-hander Connie Johnson
of the .Orioles posted his firs$
win of the season after four loss losses
es losses in defeating the Yanks. Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore clinched the contest in
the fifth with ta three-run rally
off Johnny Kucks that was fea
tured by Tito Francona's two-.
run sinale. Yoel Berra's fourth!
hnmor nf t.htt Masnn in thrf
eighth .produced the Yankees?
only run. -
Cockfighting will dominate
the local sports jscene this
weekend. Three consecutive
days of ; International cock cockfights
fights cockfights were scheduled to take
place out at the modern "Club
Gallistico de Panama" begin beginning
ning beginning today.
Cockfight enthusiasts from
Costs Rica, Cuba, Panama,
Puerto Rico and the Domrini Domrini-can
can Domrini-can Republic will have game-,
cocks taking part In the mam
Angel Grimas, general man
ager of the Vinicola Licorera
S.A., today announced, that
Carta Vieja will donate a sil
ver cup to the outstanding
gamecock or tne meet.
The Club Gallistico is located
on Via Espana about 100 yards
from the turnoff to Old Pan
ama. It equipped with a cosy
bar and dance hall.
Gamecocks, equipped with
ape-ctally prepared needle needle-pointed
pointed needle-pointed spurs, fight until one is
unable to continue or its own owner
er owner concedes victory to the op opponent.
ponent. opponent. The fights usually end
in death for the loser.
Today's activity was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to get underway at 2:30
p.m. The cockfights will begin
at noon tomorrow but are
scheduled to start at 4:00 p.m.
General admission price is
75 cetns. Reserved seats sell for
ti, ft v
Rookie Roger Maris supplied
the Big Wallop in Cleveland's
victory over Kansas City. Maris
had to leave the came with a
(Based on 50 Official at Bats)
Player and elub g ab r b Pet
Hoak, Cincinnati 20 5 12 27 .415
MusiaL St. Louis 19 81 11 31 .383
AAron, Mil. 20 90 21 33 .368
Foilesv Pitts.' !t 120 68 7 2i Mi
Robinson.-CincL 18 78 18 28 M9
Dark, St. Louis ,18 78 15 27 .348
Crowe, clnci k 14 50 11 17 440
Bouchee, -Phila.. 21 81 15 27 .333
Bowman, Phila, 21 72 12 24 433
Groat, Pitts. ; 21 83 13 27 .325
BUTTERFLTING TO. VICTORY la Don Ryter of -Balboa High School, winner of 'the 100
yard butterfly vent Thursday during -the triangular swim meet held Thursday; at the
Oamboa pool. 1 (Tommy Thompson Photo)
Raw Recruit ICnows THere; Is
More To Pitching Than Arm
By HARRY GRAYSON
Dim TODAY 6 27 I U
3:51p.m. I VlH 9:q3 p.m.
0 NEVER A PICTURE SO THRILLING! II
NEVER A PICTURE SO DIFFERENT! U
QIT WILL PLEASE YOU IN 11
A HUNDRED WAYS! II
- Ti ALLIED ARTISTS presents JJ
lt Co-Starrln':. D
Dorothy McGuire C k
XY Introducing: ''J II
H Anthony PcrkinsSjf J
I L 11
bruised side in the fifth but be-, Williams, Boston 17 61 17 27 .443
fore departing he slammed a Simpson, K.C.
twp-run homer off southpaw gSgSg.
Gene Host in the second inning, fox, Chicago
Mike Garcia hurled a two-hit Wertz, Cleve.
shutout until the ninth when the Sievera, Wasn.
Athletics scored their only rui
singles by Vic Power, Gus Zer-
nial and Harry Simpson. Ray
Narleskl moDDed un for Garcia. HOME RUNS
22 84 15 31 .369
22 75 7 27 .380
20 53 9 19 .358
20 75 16 25 .333
19 66 10 22 .333
24 91 16 30 .330
Boyd, Baltimore 20 67 16 22 .328
Mantle, N.Y. 20 63 14 20 .317
Kell, Baltimore 16 60 5 19 .317
Moon; Cards 6
Aaron, Braves 6
Adcock, Braves 6
Crowe, Redlegs 5
NEW YORK (NEA) In the so
litude of the Polo Grounds, I over
heard an old catcher say that Curt
Barclay knew how to pitch better
wan any outer liiant.
The old catcher didn't say that
young Barclay was the best pitch
er. He did not contend that that
Montana colleeian had the most
stuff. He just said that he knew
better now to pitch.
The old catcher had never be
fore heard of Barclay. But he lit
ed his style, and this is a fme com-
p'iment for a 15-yer-old recruit
making his first whirl in the maj
ors. The old catcher, you see,
caught many a famous pitcher,
starting with Robert Moses Grove,
in 15 years in 'the American
league.. ..v.'.-..-.: ..
."Barclay looks: to me like the
ur-usual pitcher who uses 'alt his
resources to untime i the hitter,
he Explained. "This young man's
art is in getting, the bitter off his
timing. There have been only a
couple of handfuls of pitchers -if
that many who were fast enough
to throw the ball past the hitter-
Amos Kugie. Rube Waddell, Dazzy
Vance, Lefty Grove and Bob Fel
ler; Name a pitcher like them to
"Then there Is the group of -pitch
ers who throw the fast ball and
the curve, some with better con
trol than others.
"But how about pitchers who
are nut quite fast enough for the
b. leagues? These are the pitch
ers who develop a third pitch the
sl'der, knuckler or good slow stuff.
Williams, Red Sox ...... 9
Sievers, Senators 6
Skizas, Athletics 5
Simpson, Athletics i. 5
RUNS BATTED IN
ldicmhi v ncncii Arirm
n I ll ElVLtL I rklVJUMV.IUll
J ; Color by DE LUXE
Sievers, Senators .i....
Simpson, Athletica ......
Doby, White Sox
Williams, Red Sox .......
Sanford, Phils. ..... 4 0
Truck. Athletics ... 4 0
NarleskL Indians ... 3 0 L000
(Seven tied with 3-0 each)
"TALKING ABOUT SLOW
STUFF, this. Is where Barclay
comes in. Net that be has a slow
ball, but he uses his body in a way
to de-time the hitter. A hitter has
a certain stance, swing and usual usually
ly usually power to a particular field. Bar
clay is one of those pitchers who
pitches against the stance, swing
and power. He tries to make the
oitter spend hii power before he
swings. He makes the hitter swing
at his Barclay's body, rather
.i . j i :
man ai nil aeuycry.
"He is either one of the com-
paratively rare pitchers who does
this instinctively or has the re re-sourches
sourches re-sourches to have imbibed it from
a clever pitching coach.
"Watch the' pitcher -4my pitch
er closely at your next ball
gme. He will deliver the ball with
almost exactly the same motion
every time. Barclay varies the
speed of his arm movement as he
delivers the pitch, pulls the string
and particularly surprises the hit-
tf r with the unexpected, the unorthodox."
foil, pulling the string and -pitch
ing to spots ns to have just e-
nougn stuff to be able to throw the
orthodox or, sobvious pitch, Waite
Hoyt and Herb Pennock. treat in
their day," had plenty of stuff, but
tneir tone was the surprise pitch,
which includes the obvious. When
a pitcher -is ahead of the hitter.
the 'rule' pitch is the curve, fast
bhll on the corner or the wa s t e
p'tch to make the batter bite. f-
"HOYT AND PENNOCK WERE
accomplished enough to be beyond
the rules. Here's' where they would
taxe tne hitter by surprise. They'd
come ngnt down through the mid middle
dle middle w:th plenty of stuff, and even
tne more dangerous thumpers as
often as not would watch the ball
go by for a third strike, j,
-"If Barclay has a fair enough
fast ball to throw in the strike xone
some of the time, he'll b a win-
npr.-Ana fie H be a nought te watch
ta guess with and agauist.., fiobm
Roberts is the last. pitcher-to have
wis : an plus good, stuff."
The Giants could use a lot of
changes, including Curt' Barclay's
I LITTLB JJZ I
Whoever sold whot goes up
must come down ntver irWd to
worti O, Stuck Xipper. m9
THE OLD CATCHER CHATTED
a Barclay was letting the high-
1.000! rolling Braves down, with six hits
and one run in seven innings, or
until removed for a pinch-hitter.
."Ted Lyons pitched like that.
he went on. "So did Eddie Lopat,
who learned from Lyons. Behind:
m power hitters like Henry Aaron,1
Eddie Mathews and Joe Adcock,
Hprelay will unleash a slow curve.
toe good to take, but too slow for
A-ron Mathews or Adcocx to get
bold of good. Barclay makes them
swing with only their. arms after;
their feet are planted and the pow power
er power spent. ' 1
"Behind the hitter be Is not a-
fraid to make them hit his pitch,
pot theirs. He would rather walk
a bib than le? him tut his the
A pitcher using bis oocy as a
' t i 1
REPLACED Charley1 Dressen
talks to newsmen in Detroit
after Calvin Griffith, presi president
dent president of the Washington Sena Senators,
tors, Senators, announced that Cookie
Lavagetto would replace Dres
Results Of InterschoJastio
The Cristobal girls were the
big stars in the second triangu triangular
lar triangular school swim meet of the sea season
son season held at the Gamboa nooL
Representatives; from th-three
schools Cristobal HiKh. Junior
College and Balboa High were on
nana to compete over the 25
While no records were broken
the events were closely contested
throughout the afternoon.' Diane
Hickeyi star sprinter from the
Gold Coasters maintained a firm
grip on 50 and 100 yards free
style events as she captured both
of them in the very, fine times
of 29.4 and 1:08.3 respectively.
While the Cristobalites were
grabbing off the lion's share of
first places In the girls .. events
tne ijaiooa poys maae it a clean
sweep in their events taking ev-
ery first, place to shut out the
Atlantic aiders And the
'i earn ; y n.
jyuiwnuxee . .14 n
Cincinnati .13 7
BrooKlyn : .12 8
. TODAY'S GAMES
Milwajikee at St. Louis,
Cincinnati at Chicago
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at New York.
' (Nleht Game'
Brooklyn 000 000 010 t t
New York 002 000 00x 2 9 0
Maglie (1-1). Koufax. LAhinn
oomex (4-1) and Katt.
. (Nleht Oniric
Milwaukee 311 102 101 10 14 0
91. Louia 01O300 001-r 6 9
Plzawo (l-i), and Crandall.
Jones (2-1). Merritt. wilhelm.
uavis ana Msnuui. --,
Philadelnhia 001 000 02ius 1
Pittsburgh 000 000 0011. 3
samora (4-0) and Lopata.
Cincinnati at Chicago :
Postponed, rain and coldt
Results (All distances are yards)
, 50 FS girls Hickey (CJ. Har-
ned (B), Spector (C), Olndersen
(B). Times 29.4. f nj t-V i
50 -FS boys Uhfors
Spector (C)J Tpussleh (B), Days
(B) Time 24.5r mi n J
100 outterny gins w ccnuitx
(B), Diets (C), Barlow (B). Flen-
niken- (C). Time: 1:33. V i'.'
100 butterfly boys Ryter
(B).. Cox (C), Laatz (B), Elsen-
mann (B). Time: 1:14.1.
200 F S girls McNulty C),
Radel (C). Engelke (B). Rogers
(B), Time: 2:45.5.
200 F S boys Blackburn (B),
Rowley (B), Jenkins (JO, Bar-
bier (B). Time: 2:11.4.
100; back ; girls Argo (C),
Harned (B),- Seaman C), Reyn-
ows (B). Time: i:Z4. ;
100 back boys Reynolds (B),
Scott (B), Daisey (C), Sadler
(B). Time: 1:11.9.
J 100 ; breast, girls r- Cox (C),
Dietz (C). Bariow; (BK-'Tinie:
l;37.-; -..:.-. ;.!..v.
100 breast boys Llnfors (B),
Padua tC),- Cor (C), Maxwell
(B). Time; 1:13.9. v
100 F S girls Hickey (C.)
Holmes (B), Spector (C), Gun Gun-dersen
dersen Gun-dersen (B). Time: 1:08.3.
100 F 8 boys Blackburn
(B). Spector (C). Barker (B),
Toussleh .(B). Time: 58.4.
Dlvins Reynolds (B)j Max
well (B), ciuver (B).
200 ina. meaiey giris Der-
eni (B)f Rogers (B), Raaei to,
Hots B). Time: 3:18.7.
200 Ind. medley- boys Ryter
(B), Cuunningham (C), Laatz
(B). Rowiev (B). Time: 2:45 5.
200 med. relay giris l.BHS
chs Time: 2:33.0. j
200 Med. relay Boys Tl. BHS
2. CHS Time: 2:02.L ,,
: 200 F 8 relay girls 1. CHS X
BHS Timer 2:05.3-' ..
200 FS Relay boyi BII3 2.
CHS Time: 1:62.9., ;
sfhmian Sporti Car'
Club Holds Meeting"
The regular monthly meeting
of the Isthmian Sports Car Club
was held at the Margarita Club Clubhouse
house Clubhouse yesterday.
President Bud welshaar pre presented
sented presented the club plaque for the
inspection and approval" of, "the
members. -y ; T
The winners of the first three
piacea at trie last outing or the
club, which, was a time-course
race, were; .' ; v v
1st -Lt. David AHen
2nd Clifton J.' Caldwell1 Ja Jaguar,
guar, Jaguar, 3rd William Brown ply-
mouth. : .1 :
All enthusiasts are invited to
attend the next outlnsr. it will be
held May 19 and the meeting
place wui be Cocoll Clubhouse at
. AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams ,w l Pet.
f .12 8
Boston ,,12 9
Kansas City; 1 1,11
Detroit im 12 ,,478
Baltimore ,: 9 11 ,450
wasningion,. v n 18
h TODAY'S GAMES
Chicagoat Detroit '' f,
, Kansas 'City at Cleveland. V,
, New York at Baltimore, j(N) 1 w
, Washington Boston." ;- J
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS V
New York nnAnnanin4 ,"".;,
Baltimore I00 030 00x 4 a I
K"cr TurJey n
Johnon; (1-4) .andTriandos.
1 YNleht fairiv
Chicago-, 011 040 nnn is t
Detroit v 200 000 1014 i
Pierce (4-2), staley and Lollar
Lee (1-2). Bunninr. jnwhi
Kansas City O00 000 0011 f i
Cleveland. 030 001 0004 g I
Host (0-1). Kellner. nnrmtn
Coleman and Smith. 1
Garcia (1-1) t Narleskl and H
' (Nieht QitnM
Washington at Boston J,
Six Out Of Nine
School Teams Tie
For First Place J :
SAN FRANCISCO, May 11 r(tP
The nine-team San Franctsd
High School baseball race endel
this -week In a six-way tie f
first place. Three, of the team
apparently were not outatand
Today 1 Encdnto 35, .2r
" Joel McCrea to 1
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Question f Score's Pitching future
e Answered Todati
. Rodman '.
; FaEfan 'v ;
:. Clayton- -'
.Thursday night ar T:30
.v ,,, 7
r ; 7
'.v 3 ; g
" 2 10
boa Lanes' 12 teams-toed the hne
t.i start th m.nflir.t -between hard
rubber tails .and maple pins." Aft After
er After 48.000 Dounds of bard f rubber
nnnnripri hoards into approxi
matelv 83 thousand pins maple
lumber, the results were the "same
as m previous two weexs, nameiy
the Albrook Flyers were still in
;. the stratoswhere by v i r t u e of
their four to nothing sweep.
Rumors, have it that m delega delegation
tion delegation from the N. disarmament
' commission is coming to the Isth Isth-.
. Isth-. nus to .conduct a full scale inves inves-ti?
ti? inves-ti? atiori and make it recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation io reduce the Flyers power.
Rumors, again, have it that one
proposal' will be for the Albrooks
to be forced to use duck pin balls,
instead of the regulation 27 inch inches.
es. inches. .Or else have their two stellar
southpaws Kilgallen and Russell
rill right Jwnded.
Albrook, took the first game
from Balboa b6 69 pins, the sec-,
: onct by 91 and the last by 176.
They amassed a grand total of
268- pins for the -evening. Brown
led 4he Flyers hit parade w i 1 hi
m; fallowed by Kilgallen with 564;
with, Russell and 'Vedmer with 522
and 520.' Only Richardson missed
rolling 500 and that by only 6 pins
far a very respect-494. For t h e i
' losing Balboa, tha top man 1 was
Byer with 508. '
Clayton with Aimed tossing two
'200" games for a 612 series, took
three point from Los Rios. The
losers started off by taking the
' first fame, only to lose the second
by one man omq pins s io oia.
In this game Almeda's 215 helped
immenselv. In the last game Clay-
Diablo with the old pro Billy
Coffee rolling is consistent game
took three points from the fa s t
place Amador, Coffee rolled 'the
highest set for the league a 'good
623 series, and contributed two
"200" games, Out of nine games
that Coffee rolled lu the last three
weeks, six have been in the "200
bucket. Bliss was 4ops for the
Navy aggregation with 480.
Only two players during the eve
ning joined that elite class ot "600
cr better senescofiee wan ; mis
63 and Almeda with 612. The heat
wave must have affected the oth
er bowlers because. the crop, of
700 games was below standard.
Or perhaps it is the alleys' or the
pins.- it could not be the bowlers
Eight bowlers placed eleven
,f'200" or better games into f t h e
records. Coffee (2 ) 228 and 204. Al
meda (2) 215 and 204. Kilgallen
(2) 213 and. 206,' Malek 6, Todd
235, Balcer '202, Bowers 201 and
vk Brown 00. ,, i
..drtlne though the six ; pinboys
in approximately two hours time
lifted about 110 thousand pounds
of rubber and wood or about nine
tons per man. Nice work, if you
can get it, they surely may keep
Also, the Albrooks are not seu-
ish. leaving individual honors to
others. Up to date the individual
irihrks are: ;
High Game for team 941 Los
High series for team 2660
Hish Single for man -23 Sam-
High Sene for man 623 Cof Coffee.
fee. Coffee. v
High Average Bowler t 202
tan had an easv lime.
- Farfan, made up of the overflow
of Albrook Bowlers, and : farmed
out to the faraway Farfan, poured
it ove Ancon in" the first two
ameL but tired out in the last
came and the Anconites managed
to saueeze one point. Malek of Far
. fan euided his wide hook for a 579
series, men ior nis team, exi uyCi.liU. -a Jneftiber fit tne supcom
Ireenfteisbwitn 523iBua mitiee-g BttM "Judicial Com
3ulcer was high for- Aocon with
Corozar was another three to
one victor' their victim Curundu.
Curundu took the second game by
the slim: margin of 12 pins otner-
wise Corota would have had a
clean sweep Semmeigo was tops
for Corozal with 565. whereas Cu-
rutidu's- lead off man, Fernandez
was high for his gang with a nice
Rodman, with the two grand old
voungsters, Harry Klump and Cur Curly
ly Curly Bates, in the lineup took .the
measure of Cocoli three games to
one, and are in the runnerup posi position
tion position in thevltagne. For Rodman
wi a high with a 578 series. This
match witnessed only one "200"'
game' arid Todd had that also.
Bell To Be Wilness
Al House Anli-Trust
Sports Bill Hearing
WASHINGTON .(UP) Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Bert Bell ;oL the National
Football ; League is .expected to
ne one of the first witnesses
when the House Anti- Trust Sub
anmmittee launches ooen hear
inns June S on a series: of bills
involvina the anti-trust statui 'of
proiessional: s ports. '.'Zi
Kep. ratncK j. nuunus mh-
mittee, said,, he 'assumes ; tne
oi-nim also wm auesnon oseoau
Commissioner Ford Fricki sports
writers, commentators and jus justice
tice justice Department attorneys.
The California congressman al al-co
co al-co said he wiU encourage the
subcommittee to call some play players
ers players to testify on the effects of the
reserve clause, which binds pro professional
fessional professional athletes to the teams
that hired them.
AvnrHinff tn Rpo Emmanuel
Celler (D-N.Y.), the hearings will
aeai wim au omn wui m w
introduced since the Supreme
Court decision, last February,
which refused : professional foot
ball, the same exemption irom
anti-trust laws enjoyed : by pro
fessional baseball. ',
t 4 ,J:" j
' m EVELAND. Ohio. Mav 11
(UP The question of whether
Herb Score will be able to resume
his brilliant pitching career with
the Cleveland. Indians' may, be
answered tndav.' '.
Thvslcians were hopeful of
mnV-inc a romDleta examination
of the young hurler's injured
richt vb.' which Was hurt Tues
dav tiitrht when Score was hit In
the face by a liner from the ba.t
of New yore snonsrop, w
Dougald. . "
Since the accident, doctors
t Issued cautious predictions
that Score would retain his
sight in the eye unless unex unexpected
pected unexpected complications develop
Th Hrvtjim headed bv Cleve
land eve specialist Dr. Charles
Thomas admitted that a defi defi-nite'
nite' defi-nite' decision concerning Scores
eye could not be made until' full
examination. That' wasrprevenU
-ed ? by severe ; nemorrnage
which occurred when, tne can
hit'hirn. ; ifc
Since the accident, the -southpaw
hurler was kept completely
ouiet in a darkened room at
Lakeside Hospital, heret Physi Physicians
cians Physicians said he would be kept in
the hospital until; the eye couia
be examined."-." ''' "-'.v
It- tests maicaie escore s sye
"OVER AND IN Bob Ootowski springs from his pole over the bar setting a new outdoor
(vaulting record of 15 feet 84 inches. .Coach Chuck Coker bfelieves the Occidental College of
Los Angeles 21-year-old can clear 16 feet; It's -quite an assignment, but he's young."
HO OF BEATS
By Conrado Sargeant
.Panamaand the Canal Zone
nurses will be the guests of the
President Remon racetrack man management
agement management tomorrow afternoon,
i These -devoted servers of hu hu-manitv
manitv hu-manitv are exnected to turn out
was not injured, he tould leavren masse to see the Nurses Day,
within a few days.
The doctors Issued a report
late Friday, saymg "Things
continue to look -very encour encouraging,
aging, encouraging, and we may know much
more about the story Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. They also said they had
postponed Indefinitely the tak taking
ing taking of X-rays to determine the
extent or possible damage to
bones surrounding the injured
ve c"- -'try-
Handicap (Handicap Dia de las
Enfermeras); which will be run
In their honor.- v
Mrs. Ruth de Perez, president
of the Panama Nurses Society
(Sociedad de Enfermeras de Pan Panama);
ama); Panama); will present a silver, cup to
the owner of the winning thor thoroughbred.
oughbred. thoroughbred. J
Members of the Zone's Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Nurses Association have
been specially Invited to attend. 1
seven norses are scneauiea w
riovlAni officials were hope- start in tha handican which is
ful that Score would be able to the seventh race on the. card.
resume pitching soon aiser, ni Tlrey ara Maria Btuaroo, uiiver,
removed from the dis
abled list. He was put on the lift
Thursday on advice oi pnysi pnysi-clans.
clans. pnysi-clans. ,
It'll Be Slugging
Toniglif jiii' 1. 1.'
vm vrTMf Mav 11 (UP
ItTl be slugging against the Mia Miami
mi Miami Marlins in an International
ColumDua was ai. i"!-";
mm at Hocnesier ana tvitn-
mond- at Montreal. iu la tt tomorrow under new own-
El Fakir; Concrete Pipe,; Pappa
Flynn, King and Tony, All except
Concrete Pipe are rated a good
chance to win, ,: ,r ,., ,;
. -O00 :V,r, '-j-r'. -' .'..
..President Remon racetrack
manager Pablo A. Thayer haa
- announced in increase, in the
-tipsters contest. The present.
.monthly .dUtribunoa of
' f 25 U the winner, $1 for the
Tanners and $5 for third will
eontinn. However, aa Add!-'
tional M wul be paid to the
three leading selectors at the
end of each three-month pe period.
riod. period. -r r -:' ''t;,:...
The trlmestral contest will
begin effective July X ...
. -. : oOo--: '
Jachalln returns from a brief
games. All we league same tne rt ?Df
were postponed: .Friday becaaae Kefuglo f, being
trained by jerommo oe rreiias.
Buffalo iinisnea last u in.
21 y, games off tne; pace, dim,
currently-' leads the league to
teata- batting, ami. with a
fine pltcnina staff, has won Its,
w rw oames and leads second-
place Richmond by 2Vi games.
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; t: 5; : U .CHEAT., WEEKEND RELEASE!!
DESIRE IM HER HEART.
TT-:.t was lt Eanv.
f isfcionate, dangerr
The f "averk k
fower, itn; ;
an J i .
DEATH ON HER HIP!
JUmt m lie mem mmwli
Also reappearing tomorrow, lis
tha classy Tanara. This speeay
daughter of Jachal-Venture will
match strides with Argyla in, the
third race It will be Tanara s
first race since Sept 29 of last
year when she beat Radical,
Ollmpico and Rablblanco over
five furlongs In the native, rec-
a:ord tune of 1:01.. ': -4
Two 'more of the reeently-lnvr
ported Argentine thoroughbreds
were soiu uuoui
Daniel Clnlgllo paid cash for
Paquetito', one of the group
brought by Jose Antonio" pausa
and Ernesto Paris. Clnlgllo will
train, the colt himself. -
- The other Is Best, which was
acquired by wealthy sportsman
Silvio Latzarln. Best came here
through the efforts of Roberto
Best. Santorron and Pibe Lin.
do will Join Oolaso under the ca capable
pable capable handling of veteran train trainer
er trainer Henrv White. For the first
time in veara White, a four-time
winner of" the President's Classic,
did not have a horse unoer ms
care In Panama's biggest horse
race this year. -
... v.- 60cw
For some unknown reason the
track' official program does not
list ell the track record holders.
For example, tne program
lista'enly Fae.uiro's 1:22 for
sevee farlongs which was es established
tablished established ea Oct. 13, 195. It
fails te mention that Kensmg Kensmg-Um
Um Kensmg-Um iOct. tl, UH), Palmer
(Nev. 3, 1956), Melendes (Mar.
U, 157) and Cbiroke (March
24, 1S57) have an tarned the
distance in the same time.
'- The official program also lists
K-iV ' in .k j
only Apache as the holder of the
native mark of 1:28 1-5 for seven
furlongs. Carlos Eleta's promising
two-year-old colt Esteban also
turned the trick on April 21 of
, Popular Argentine turfman
Jose Antonio Pausa left Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night to return to Buenos
Aires. En route, Pausa will stop
over in Lima. Peru. Pausa. who
brought a shipment of 12 Argen
tine tnorougnm-eas ior the local
racetrack, spent ten days on the
jtsmmus ana expressed a desire
to return again soon, ,
Tomorrow's ninth race for first
and second series Imported thor
oughbreds should be a real
scorcher. The track's best sprint sprinters,
ers, sprinters, with the exception of rhi-
roKe, will match strides over six
The $1,000 purse should bring
uui ine oest id Meienaez, oone
tino, Kensington, jai Alai ; n.
Double Four, and Comatose over
uuree-quarters of a mile. .
V Fisht ncsu!ls
( v lr UNITID PRISS
REVERE, Mass: Dick "Han.
U6tt; Dorchester. Mass.; stODDed
Mmmy Walker,-158, Springfield,
SAGINAW. Mich.! Mipkev Crw.
iota, 146, saginaw, Mich., out-
printed Alan Kennedy, 145, Bay
Cty, Mich. (10).,
SAN FRANCISCO: Paolo Rosl.
136, Italy, drew with Leo Alonzo,
136, Philippines, (10).,
OLS ANGELES: Alfredo Euro.
bar, 129V4, Redondo Beach, Callf
outpointed Al Wilcher, 124, Los
Santa Cruz Sports
Fort ICobbe Softball Tourney
Finals Scheduled For Tonight
By GILBERTO BURTON
Jose French is back from a
lengthy vacation and the gym is
open for night activities TLorna
Williams "subbed" for French
during his period of absence and
did a beautiful Job. Our summer
recreation program was a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous success with hundreds
of children participating.
Adults! k! The gym is now "open'
for night activities. All adults in interested
terested interested in organising basketball
or volleyball leagues should con contact
tact contact Jose French at your earliest
; Young men!!! The gym is open
for basketball i workouts' every
night. Don't be caught loaflnz at
nights, come on in and break a
Young Ladle's I ! Girl's basket basketball
ball basketball workouts will begin ps soon
as pou can come out. please
make it soon. Alicia Best, Evelyn
Wilson, consider yourself Invited
to these practice sessions.
Athletes (Santa Crua Junior
High School Class of '54)1! I Your
Bermuda Shorts Stampore will!
be held on the very last day of
uus monin, May- si. Don't miss
it. Get your Bermuda shorts for
this gay event. Be therein
In the first game of the fort Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be Softball tourney Monday night,
Hq. Btry 903rd AAA En., Fort Clay
tin, picked up a t to 5 win over
Foxtrot Company, Fort Kobbe's
defending champions. Clayton
fought back from an earlp 4-0 de deficit
ficit deficit to score two runs in the final
inning. The winning pitcher was
Mel rucek, the loser, Al uuzman.
The AACh team from Albrook
tcuk a 14 to 9 decision from the U.
S. Army Garrison, Fort Gulick,
team in the second game. Albrook
took a 7 to 0 lead early in the game
then Gulick fought back to move
ahead briefly 8 to 7. Albrook s long
hill hitting crew came to life a-
gain led by Ross Hammond, pitch pitcher
er pitcher rightfielder, and came through
w'th seven more runs in the late
innings. Press Ancira won for AI AI-biook
biook AI-biook in relief and Nat Negron
was the losing pitcher. j
In Tuesday's two final first
round .games. Albrook's Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican Schopl Instructors and
Fort Clayton's Btry C, 764th AAA
Bn. teams powered their way to
victory. ... ,
In tne opening game oi ine. eve
ning Tlayton led au the way to
dewn U.S. Army Garrison, Fort
Amador 13 to 7. First baseman
Jaz Szczesny led the Clapton at at-t.Hck
t.Hck at-t.Hck with two hits. Fred Smith was
ho winner in relief and Bill Cneth
. A i Jit A
was tne loser. Amaaor, waning
to 2 after, four Innings, fought back
wi thfive runs in the bottom of the
fifth, but then Clayton added four
mre (runs to pull away. V
In the second game, Albrook's
LASI squad trounced K o b b e s
service Company 15 to 8. Albrook.
jumped off to a 5 to ft lead in the
opening frame on the strength of
xrta base hits by Jose Huerta'
Froy Martinez and' Earl Waldrup
Service Company grabbed a mo momentary
mentary momentary lead in the fifth Inning 8
to 6, but til Kobbe pitchers were
unable to halt the slugging Flyer
nine. Ernie Campise went the
route to gel the win for Albrook...
Ray Towrey was. the losing pitch-,
Tnumev action Will continue
throughout this week with the fin-. ;
als slated tor i.w bamraay mgnw
; NOTES ;
Balboa Gnn Club
The Balboa Gun Club wltt...
hold a registered trapshvot to-morrow
Sunday's program WiU 'con
slst of 50 handicap and JM
pairs of doubles. Money purse";
optional. , ; j
This will be about the lair
chance tq lumber up your snot';
gun prior to the State Shoot
which will be held In Cristobal'
Juhe l and 2.
Hopes On Short
CINCINNATI (UP) Ted Klu-
srewski, the Cincinnati Redlegs'
Mg first brseman, pinned his
hopes today on a short operation
that might see him back in uni
form in a couple of month-.
The ailing slugger told doctors
yesterday to go ahead with an
ot-eration to correct a "slipped
d:sc" in his lower spine that has
hampered his running and field field-irg
irg field-irg for the past 14 months.
LIGHT WEIGHT MOTOR-BIKES
More" Beautiful More Economical
Central 26-105 (Near Encanto Theatre)
AND WE HAVE THE PARTS
- : HCRSCRT l.YATES
T O D A
ct 11:C3 P
e "MIDNIGHT SHOW I e
DoV Evens in "TRESPASSER"
1". "'' ', r '
t V'hif Sox m June 1155, hai
been given .his unconditional re
; lease. Powell came to the Sox as
an outfielder, then tried out as a
P'trber before winding vp io the
Army. ,;: ,x
i nnCAGO "(UP)-Former world
Middleweight ihimpita Gene
fullmer, wae lost his title on s
knockout to Ray Robinson last
week, hat aig-ned to meet Teteran
Ralph (Tiger) Jones of Yonkers,
N Y. in a nationally telecast and
broadcast 10 round bout at the
Chicago Stadium. June T. --
anCAGO (UP-Ed Ritt. 240 240-pvand
pvand 240-pvand Montane State tackle, has
mgned bia first professional foot football
ball football contrkct with the Chicago
Crtfioals. Ritt was the Cardinals'
nth draft choked ia the NFL draft
FOR DISCRIMINATING DRINICERS
The remarkable taste of
CARTA VIEJA rum is a
real flavor-treat forVdis forVdis-criminating
criminating forVdis-criminating rum drinkers.;
Made from piire unadul unadulterated
terated unadulterated cane juice, CAR CARTA
TA CARTA VIEJA rum is aged for
four years to give it that
incomparable taste, that
f distinctive flavor m any
i ., ; - --'
KaVe tried to equal but
hone has been able to
' 1 r
Next time you order a rum and coke, insist on CARTA VIEJA, the rum
'- e. v .- - . ,
made from pure unadulterated cane juice. Don't settle for: anything
else. ;':y- -y 'r:--r-:
- ... ;'."4 '. -- "" ;
Always make sure it's CARTA VIEJA Rum
fc last wuitcr.
MONTHLY INVESTMENT PLAN!
Aa little as" $10 .month! toimliott 7jULtA
C L Si S I F I E D S
mm' 'IJWWfs .... '?IMIW: eiMnVi:i
Or m much mm you wish,
r.O. Box KM VK TL S-TaSS,
.v Pnimi, K.P.
. FOR RENT? Furnished
house, 2 bedrooms, bathroom
airconditioned, living dining
room, kitehon, maid's room
i with bath, swimming pool.
Elvira Mondox street, Campo
Alogro. Phone 3-7206.
FOR RENT: Vacation quart,
art for eooplo. From May la
to Oct. 1. Vary littlo rant for
responsible -party. Call at.
house 1-B Via Porras.
FOR RENT: Chalat, 3 bad bad-room,
room, bad-room, 2 services, porch, tor tor-raca,
raca, tor-raca, dining and sitting room.
No. El Carman, Tal. 3-527?.
FOR RENT: .--Furnished cha
lat, 2 bedrooms. Will accapt
twa cooplat. tth Straat No, 4,
Parque Lefevre $100.00., Phono
FOR REN". : Furnished cha chalat,
lat, chalat, 2 badroomt $45.00. Campo
Alogro fist. Stroot No. 4. Tal.
FOR RENT: Brand now
houM. Two badroomt. San
Francito, Lome Alogro, B. and
A. Straatt. Tal. 2-2648.
FOR RENT: 2 bodroom
chalat, living dining room,
kitchan, aarvicat. washing
tube, windows with glass
blinds, scroanad. Via Porrat
2nd. St. aast. Tal. 3-5098.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Isrga
baacb heme. Ona mila past Ca
sin. Phene Balbaa 1866.
PHILLIPS Ocaantlda Cottagas
Santa Clara. Bex 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phono Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Ratorvo NOW. Inaxpentivo
tatitffing vacations, Santa
Clara leach. Shrapnal't fur furnithad
nithad furnithad heusas. Phono Balboa
FOR RENT: Independent
riom for bachelor. Phone 2 2-3417.
3417. 2-3417. 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. dally
except ; Sundays.
Best Mess Award
The Jungie Warfare Training
Center at Fort Sherman has. been
named winner of the Best Mess a a-wrd
wrd a-wrd for the 'month of April, it
was announced by Headquarters,
20th Infantry Regiment this week.
, Col Frank D. Miller, the regi regiment's
ment's regiment's commanding officer, pre presented
sented presented the official plaque to mess
sergeant Rs'ph Karnath in cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies held at Fort Sherman on
The award is based on prepara preparation
tion preparation of food; dining room, kitchen
and outside area cleanliness; the
condition of mess field equipment;
the arrangement and cleanliness
of the store room ; and general ad administration.
ministration. administration. The award is exceptional in that
the Training Center underwent one
of the busiest periods in its histo histo-rv
rv histo-rv i. uring April. Rio Selva and
CaRIU'-EX placed additional bur burdens
dens burdens on all their facilities during
3 Mother's Day
Services To Be
Held By Baptists
Mother's Day will be observed
at the Cristobal First Isthmian
Baptist Church tomorrow with
three special services at 11 a.m..
3 pm., and 7:15 p m.
The preacher 'at the morning
service will be the pastor of thel
Church, the Rev: fiylvanus A.
At 3 p.m. the service will take
the form of a program with Mrs.
Reginald Wheatley, the wife of
the pastor of the Methodist
Church in New Cristobal as truest
At night the pulpit will be rul ruled
ed ruled by Dennis Kelebar, former
pastor of two Baptist .churches
All are cordially Invited.
1 WE NEED FIVE
Oaa of Me largest VS. finao
cial iwatifti s is OMaodieg
lata f m M aad the Canal
Z Wo awad H eyaaaMc,"
hsb caliber mnm. Sabtcrad ao-
eiiceeM wr ba
M vaiMrW a-
taftisatiea banaHw arabM.
Please firm tmO ptwtiadan cm-
paairiaa. rr(UailT. oc ta.
ttea fcekj a trrictaat cmK
miw. Writ M, In 114.
ATTENTION. 0. t.I Jotf built
modem furnished aparhnants, 1,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious a a-partmant,
partmant, a-partmant, ona bodroom, hot
wator, $60.00. J. F. da la Osta
Avonuo Rjqui Building, facing
Firestone. Phono 2-3331.
FOR RENT: Furnlshad a a-partmants
partmants a-partmants on Via Porrat, No.
120, ovorlooking SAS commit commit-tary,
tary, commit-tary, botida Roosovalt Thee Thee-tro.
tro. Thee-tro. Talepono 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Furnlshad a a-partmant
partmant a-partmant including refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, porch, parlor V dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, bodroom, kitchen. Tiled.
Screened, $55.00 apply No. 112
Via Belisarhj Porras, Mar
FOR RENT: Two bodroom
apartmant on ground floor,
tpaciout and cool, CI inspect inspected.
ed. inspected. Furnished .$80.00, unfurn unfurnished
ished unfurnished $70.00. Jose do Fabreya
Avenue No. J 6, Pasadena.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished
one bedroom apartments. Sea
view. 52nd. St. No. 1-22 form former
er former Uruguay Street.
FOR RENT: Completely
furnished apartment, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, balcony, cool. 45th. St.
No. 22-13, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: 2 room apart,
mant, service, kitchen, closet.
2nd. Street Parque L-efevre,
house No. 42.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartmant, living-dining room,
kitchen, services, $33.00 per
month. Tel. 3-0068.
Veek Of Meetings
To Be Conducted
At Paraiso Church
From Monday to Friday next
week, the Bethel Mission Church
in Paraiso will hold a week of
Messages will be delivered by
three men of God supported .- by
inspirational music (vocal and
instrumental by,, Russell CJoer
Gospel Team, ;" 'T.- v, ,r: -,v
,'The speakers fbr -tha1 week are
Rev. Errol J. Palmer, youthful
minister of Chillbre Baptist
Bro. Russell Coler, son leader
of the Church Nazarene Tuesdav
Rev. Elmer O. Nelson, pastor
of the Church of the Nazarene,
Thursday and Friday
Services will be, held at the
Bethel Mission Church In Paraiso
each night commencing at 7:30.
Mrs. Robert Bowen
To Lead Unitarian
Sunday Services for the Unita Unitarian
rian Unitarian Society lor tomorrow and
May 19 wil. be conducted by Mrs.
C. Robert Bowen, who will use as
her subject, "The Dead Sea
Scrolls." The time, is as usual,
The annual meeting of the socie society
ty society will take place on Tuesday, at
5:30 p.m. Important business will
be enacted, inrlnrlrlns th la.in
of directors to the board, and re-
pons ot tne year'a activities. All
members are urged to attend.
Th Women's Alliance, which
normally meets on the second
i'uesaay ot each month, will con convene
vene convene on May 21, at 7:30 p.m.
The meeting house is at number
362 Ancon Boulevard, in Ancon.
Guests from the communities of
Pmaroa ano the Canal Zone are
welcomed at the Sunday services
and 'he discussion hour following
them. The Alliance meetings are
open to interested women, wheth whether
er whether or not they are members.
Graham Tells Ike
Country In Danger
01 Moral Decay
WASHINGTON. May 11 (UP)
;fe Re". Billy Graham said be
told President Eisenhower today
t'e United States is threatened
with "mora' decay" unless there
is a oev spiritual awakening.
j Graham called on the chief ei--utiv
wrtprtory ta opening a
git wee religious crusade at
Utadifca squire Gardea ia New
York next Wednesday.
- Graham said that although
lenorr membership ia this eouav
ry ia at a. aU-time high, "tit
; sad thing is that it is not relating
rueU ia ptreonal morality."
I The evat geliat said be told the
Pre!- that with the increase!
in n and divorce rates ia this
cjuntry 'America could become a
s'cond Rwne aad moral decay
ciM rat ms eut,"'
tmrmt awb nm mn
INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONES No. 3 Lottery Plata CASA ZALPO-Central Ave. 45 LOURDES -rHAAClM l CuuUlmlAMa
BARDO No. 2S 'B Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. 4 J St LEWIS SEBVICE-Ave. XivoU No.. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIOOS 14 Centajl Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 1C4 Centrel Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. to. do la Ohm Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY-Justo Arojemena An. .end M St lJ"""
VAN-DKR-JI8 59 Street No. S FARMACIA EL BAXUBRO Parqua Lelevra I. Street e) ARMACIA "SAS" Via Porrej )U NOVEDADES ATHIS Bolide
the Bella Vista Theatre, t , v i " ?" '
FOR SALE: 195 Ford V4
4-door aodan with radio $1640.
Panama 3-318 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Leaving. SaeH SaeH-fiea,
fiea, SaeH-fiea, 1952 Mercury Station Wa Wa-gon,
gon, Wa-gon, 'rustless, radio, Morco Morco-matie,
matie, Morco-matie, MSOM. Call: Captain
, Roby, 85-3192 M-5201.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
210, 4-door aodan, radio, two
tone. Excallent condition.
$1400. House 504 Aneon. Tel. 2 2-1373.
1373. 2-1373. FOR SALE: 1950 Packard
four door sedan, all now tiros,
' good mechanical condition.
Osborn, House 769-C, San Pa Pablo
blo Pablo St., Balboa. $300.00.
FOR SALE: Buick hardtop
1954 Special, dynaf low, radio,
undorcoatad, excellent condi condi-tion
tion condi-tion $1,400.00. Telephone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4143. (6378 Loa Rios).
FOR SALE: Leaving for
States. Must sell 1956 Ford
Fairlano V-8 4 door with ra ra-dio.
dio. ra-dio. Thundorbird engine; Now
condition throughout $1850.00.
2-1827 or 5343-A Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford eon eon-vertible,
vertible, eon-vertible, $250.00; 26" girl's
English bicycle, $20.00; 24"
boy's English bicycle, $10.00.
Tal. 2-1552. House 5776-A Ola Ola-bio
bio Ola-bio Hts.
FOR SALE:-. Ford 1951, looks
and runs like now. Four good
tires and radio. $275 down te
Zonian. Tel. Panama 3-2363.
FOR SALE: 1955 Bel-Air
Tudor: Chovolet, $1750.. cash.
Good condition, 17,500 miles.
Phone Balboa 2-3501.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
Suburban excollanK condition,
low mileage, $850.00. Call Ft.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
Station Wagon, 4 dr. R and H
Pewerglide, tinted' windows;
ww tirosr underrating $2,49$
FOR SALE: Cadillac Si;
very good conditions. Call Mr,.
Drachonberg; Tel. 2-3531 or 2 ,'
3283 Balboa. Can be aoort 0845 '!
FOR SALE: Plymouth '47 1
Deluxe model, four door, ex excallent
callent excallent transportation, $250.00
Including insurance Balboa
FOR SALE: One Willys 1951
Passenger Station Wagon. One
Willys 1951 Sedan Delivery
Truck. One Graphotype ma machine,
chine, machine, model 6381. May be seen
and hide obtained at United
States Information Service,
Ave. Central 35-02, rear of
building between hours of 9.
10:30 a.m.. May 13 to 17, 1957.
Gibraltar Ills Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama t-0551
TRANSPORT? BAXTER. 1 A.
Packers Shiooera Movers
Pheaea 2-2451 225(2
- Leant ftidiag a
PANAMA P.IOING SCHOOL
Riding 6V Jasaeing Classes daitf
9 te 5 Pbotie 2-2451
If If llslat.
' Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
PaaamA ; N. fork Col6a
SPECIAL C Z. PRICE
- '0W AVAILABLE
CaH TU 2-2628
Tivoli Ave. 18-78
tnvmm .m mm nvwim 'mm
.FOR SALE: Trailer Hitch,
v Easy washing machine 25 ey.
' baby high chair,'; desk lamps
telephone talbe and chair, uth
lity fable,' Lg. karosanno can,
tool closet, radio transformers
- 25-60 cy. 8 tube and 4 tube.
0805 Flank St. Balboa. Phone
' 2-2188. .T.i.
FOR SALE: 'Girl's bicycle,
26", excellent condition $20.
3 yrs. old 84-5201. ;,
FOR SALE: Modern beauty
salon, best location In Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Good. Patronage. For
further Information write to A A-partado
partado A-partado 2021, Panama. :
FOR SALE: 2 wheel trail,
or, 600x16 tiras, spare wheel,
wood body, adaptable for haul,
ing small boat. Call Balboa
MOTORAL SALES 4 SER SERVICE
VICE SERVICE SHOP OFFICERS THE v
LARGEST STOCK OF TUBES
AND ACCESSORIES FOR. RA RADIOS
DIOS RADIOS AND T.V. SETS ON
THE ISTHMUS. INVERSIO-
NES GENERALES, ( AUTO AUTOMOBILE
MOBILE AUTOMOBILE ROW No. 38.
FOR SALE: One 25 cycle
washing machine $50.00,! one
Heavy Duty 1-4 motor" 110-220
25 cycle $7.00.' Call Balboa
3475. : -i : ;:
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
r rrs.v f.f?
...... .. ...!:. 4
TV ACROBAT Acrobatics In
a chair while watching televi television
sion television were unknowingly per performed
formed performed for the camera toy Bon Bonnie
nie Bonnie Grant of Dallas, Tex. He
thought his father was photo photographing
graphing photographing only the TV screen.
. Most kids squirm but Ronnie's
Jjn good contender as m champ.
The fellow with'both -feet on'."
-The ground shouldn't hove to toke f
order from o fellow with both f.
feef ono desk: " -
! tfitt vitvlMlI. T TRRHI
the best dinners and drinks
are served In our modern, air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
' bar. Hotel International ."Pie ."Pie-la
la ."Pie-la S 'da MyaV.-ih.vVw;. '-
RATTAN furniture repaired,
- refinished. Guaranteed work-
manship. Home delivery oppo opposite
site opposite Hotel Roosevelt "Jimmy"
' Tel. 2-0386 Panama. ?, i- 1
d T.V. SERVICE FAST EF,'
' FICIENT GUARANTEED GUARANTEED-i
i GUARANTEED-i PHONE U.S. TELEVISION 2-
Boats .& Motors
FOR SALE: Sacrifice 1KW
power-supply and i final 5760
VCT at 400 MA. Ft. Gulick 88 88-30.
FOR SALE: : 18' outboard
cruiser. Complete with 1957-35
: H.P.- Evinrudo. Call Albrook.
FOR SALE: 24' ataal 'eruis 'eruis-or
or 'eruis-or J1 wide- sleeps, three toilet
W H.P. Chryaler marina on.
gina. Full prico $1KX).00 in-'
eluding ; dinghy Phone Colon,
1138 L. i.-.,-.;:;',-...
'V- ? t-ji'!" .... f .'
i WASHINftTntJ Frrt T1i.
mis, former. Investment adviser
to;jreamsters Union president
Dave Beck, on how he "stood tin"
"He mlerht have heen a. hlir
wheel but to me he was just- a
hub cap." . , :
can National Committee Chair.
man Meade Alcorn, on Republi
can plans to increase Its strength
w ine eiouin:
"We know the South Is a tough
area, but It has n ermt nntpntiat
of Republican strength. (There
are gooa indications or ft two
party system rdeveloplng;'. ,,
. EVAWSTftW V HI ZL, TTTtorlA
r .- -T v -V4
rnrhem n. ipemtrin. frnmr mv..
men in itibb wnn iciiuvi-nie. 17.
year-old son two years aaro had
confessed:-''1'1. f''; .',-!.
'I'll nrobahlv he th lust. nr.
son to be told about It officially."
Negro Coed At Texas U Places
Success Of Integration First
AUSTIN, Tex., May 11 (UP) .University President Logan "Wil "Wil-A
A "Wil-A 19-year-old Negro coed. Dressur-I son that was credited with rausins
ed out of her major role in a Urn-
versity of Texas student opera by
aegregauonisis, piacea success- ui
integration at the school above her,
part in the production. ;. :
-uarDara smiui, oi nuaourg,
Tex., told of her views in the Daily
Texan, the campus newspaper, as
eifigies were hung in a protest uis
play. :-: i,.,' f I
One dangled from the second
floor gallery of the capitol rotun rotunda
da rotunda here and the other was hung
on Littlefield Foundation oil the
university campus. One bore the
name of Rep. Joe
1 It- was. Chapman's
Mississippi's Costumed Bandits
Caught, Pvt Of Lw
LAUREL,' Miss., May 11 (UP)" was held In the Laurel city jail.
Weary highway patrolmen early Officers aaid thev wera aenarated
today announced the capture of
the last two members ot a gang
which engineered a bold costumed
robbery of a Laurel bank Tuesday1
at the height of the .city a diaraona
The men were i identified as
Jesse Woouruff Kasterling, 44, an
ex-convict with a recora at Ala-1
bama's Kilby state prison, and
i. B. Hankins. 24, a Laurel cab
, ITieir arrest followed by some
12 hours the capture oa the aueg
eu kaus leauet Aiartea uawrence
Sullivan, 34-year-old fugitive from
Syracuse, i aouiuu oy tne
FBI on charges of rape and un unlawful
lawful unlawful flight to escape prosecution.
Patrolmen, exhausted from an
around the clock vigil since the
holdup Tuesday morning, arrested
Easterling at Lucedale, ktUs.,:
south of Laurel, about 3 a.m. e e-day
day e-day while he drove with an uni-
bvutibe.. HytUkMm 'Idd ilvi' i CdU-
dren. He was identified by a jag
ged four -inch scar across his fore-1
Eaaterling, A muscular" 5-f, 10
puUBi.tr a tnougnt M nave oeen
armed and dangerous but offered
no resistance when captured. The
worn as) and children were releas released.
ed. released. t. e
riankins. a slightly built cab
driver, waa arrested in his home
at Laurel where he lives with his
wife and two young children. He
waa not believed to have a wevi
ous criminal record. '
Easterling was held In Jones
County jail at Laurel 'while Haa-
kins was taken to Forrest County
jail at HaUicsburg and auUivaa
PHErlAnrt t Street No. IS AGENC1AS
i FOR SALE: Westinghouse
Laundromat, $80.00;,' Simmons
Hide-a bed couch $90, 24"
RCA TV floor model with out-,
: aide antenna $225,- babycribf
with, mattress $15. RCA Con- -sole
radio and 3-spaad phono phonograph
graph phonograph ; $125, miscellaneoua
household item. Tel.: Amador
5193 until 4 p.m. Panama 3 3-3188
3188 3-3188 after 5 p.m. House 104
, Calle 84 between Via Porras :
and SOthi my:ty
FOR SALE: Westinghouse
refrigerator ,1952 model,; .like
new,, beds, rugs- tables : and
other household items: Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 4143. 6378 Loa
Rios...,iA... ; :'' yi-y:,: :"""rw;
FOR SALE: 9 ft. Westing Westinghouse
house Westinghouse refrigerator, f reeier un unit.
it. unit. 12 Tube RCA radio table
model, floor, lamps, beds,
dressers 12" electric fan, din dining
ing dining chairs, 2 bamboo tables,
miscellaneoua articles., All day
Saturday and Sunday 1539-A..
Mango St. Off Amador Road.
FOR SALE: i- Twelve cubic
foot upright deepfreeze $200.00
FOR SALE: -. Whirlpool au automatic
tomatic automatic ij washing '" machine,
recently overhauled $65, large
, piano $110. Albrook 86-2200.
FOR SALE: Wardrobe, bod,
chairs, tables, shelves, etc.
All alias. Moderate price. Tel. ;
" 3-4207. ; J-t-MV.Q ;''
FOR. SALE: Singer sewing
machine, electric : motor and
light 180. Tel. 3-293$, 60S Fort
De Lessepe 2nd. St.,;
FOR SALE: Mahogany va.
nity with stool, hand carved
liquor cabinet, dining end liv living
ing living room, many other pieces'
of furniture, v carved : Chinese
-chat, automatic Ironing -machine
"Gladiron", 60 cycles,;
Ascot v water heater, bookcase,
chest of drawers, Tappan gas
stove, everything In excellent
condition. Owner leaving.' Call i
Tel. 3-0932 or 2-3012 v f f ff'
FOR SALE Bamboo table.
House 2141, Curundu. ,' t
t. FOR SALE; strand Rat.,
H; tart fivlng room suite like new, i
, lar aofa, 2 arm charis,
spring cushioned. Round glass I
too, tiered coffee table. 2 end
, tables, 1 ecassional table.
the removal of ihe girl from the
utle role in the opera "Dido and
Miss' Smith, said she was. told
tne action was taken to insure
my personal well being" and
"mere was a possibility, my ap appearance
pearance appearance would precipitate a cut
in the university appropriation
Dy ine legislature. ..
&ne saia tier first reaction was
one of great hurt, but after the
first shock the began to realize
that ultimate' success of. Integra-
tion at the school wss "much
more important'.' than her appear appearance
ance appearance in the opera. .
u, permit them to be questioned
OlUcers said an additional share
of the loot- was recovered from
n.nKiuS UMiy oui no money- waa
louno on tasterung. About I4,0U0
of the stolen- 10,(KX) is missing.
im iirst thread in the holdun
scheme unraveled shortly Detorei
noon Thursday when patrolmen
picsea up suiuvan seven mues
south -of Laurel, following a Up
from a housewife who spotted him
tramping along the roaaV 1
tuuvau, imaggteu, n u n g r v
and tormented by mosquitoes fol
lowing two days of crouching be beneath
neath beneath railroad trestles, surrender
ed almost happily to officers.
"I'm the man you're looking
for," he volunteered. "I'm glad
U a over. 1 tu ured ot running.
Sullivan admitted he waa the
"clown" itarueu oandu wuo beid
a pistol on a frightneed bank tel teller
ler teller and forced her to hand over
SlO.OOu st a branch of the First
National Bank here.
X Ha turned over 8400 to patrol-,
men oa his arrest, explaining it
waa hia "cut" for the job. -- V
He said.be and one other mem
ber cf the gang, presuumably East
erling disguised aa a priest, en entered
tered entered the bank while the third
gang, member remained in "the
ear : ;
1 he trio cut" through a costumed
crowd celebrating Laurel's 7Sth
birthday and made their wty u a
car lot where they exchanged get getaway
away getaway cars. Then -they toos MiUi MiUi-van
van MiUi-van to a wooded spot south of JU JU-rel
rel JU-rel and returned later to divide op:
the money, leaving Sullivan
catch a freight traim.
LEARN : BALLROOM Dancing v
Adults Teenagers Preteens
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and"
Dunn. f t : '"
' FOR SALE; Clubman Itrnrt.
or? with aide, car, practically--
new. lie. do productos Arcl
rlla, S.A. Via Espana 37-47,
One Demo Drops
Oiil Of Rscc For
MADISON. Win. Mair 11 TtT
The forthpnmintr rnntott fn. fk
late Sen. Josenh MrC.arthv'm si
narrowea toaay wun me with
drawal of a Democrat. - .
Status 'Stan., flnvlnn Nolsnn imnf.
- J r'v.vv....
t( ; Democratic State Chairman
Philleo Nasli that he will not be a
His ,r announcement annarentlv
left the Democratic field to Ren.
Henry Reuss. William Proximire.
three time gubernatorial candi candidate,
date, candidate, and state Sen. Henry Maier.
In Washington, Reuss said Wis-
ccnsin Democrats should concen
trate on campaigning --against .the
itepuDUcans and avoid a primary
battle. He said he would enter th
race it party leaders want him to.
He ; suggested that Wisconsin
Democrats call a meetine June
15-ie t Milwaukee to discuss pos-
stoie canaioaies.. am ne : saia
there should be no Vote taken, nor
should the potential candidates be.
bound by sentiments expressed at
tne meeting. ,,-:r "'-v;
j At a meetinff visterdav Hm-iiiK.
f&can state senators 1 backed pro
posals for a special election show showdown
down showdown with the Democrats. i -.
Their i decision aDoarentlv nunc-
hired a boom that had been de-
veloping for the appointment"; of
McCarthy's t widow ; to serve j6ut
LT. COli ROBERT H. TOWNSEND (center), assistant com commandant,
mandant, commandant, U.S. Army Caribbean School, ForVGulick presents
Humbert A. Arthur (right), employe of the U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean School, an award for having accrued 500 hours of sick
leave during his employment. The award; was made in cere,
monies held recently in Townsend's offices-at Fort Qulick..
Looking ; on at left! is Edmund W. ArcWbold, jwho ; also
,. -i.. received a 500-hour award, v 5
II i-'.f.' '. JV
Mm -"". " '" .V r-"v:.-.
W ANTE DP-
, rwitJv thoroVgh knowledge and ; long Jatprtonct In
. refrigeration, air-conditioning,' genortif -mechanic
'and alectricity to taka ovar managamant of shop,
service personnel, estimating and Installation of -.
long established distributor. In'. Panama City.: Re Re-:
: Re-: muneration on profit sharing basis plus basic sa sa-Vlary.
Vlary. sa-Vlary. Unique opportunity" with .; Unlimited po-
Write in full detail
oa. Htiuax. S-A. i"i
' : .' ;
FOR SALE: Only $1,500)
down, large house on large 800
motor lot,. Radio City. REAL,
; BARGAIN. PATTERSON, : 3.
FOR SALE: BARGAIN-On-ly
$544 down,, $28.0p monthly,:
$4444.00 total price, .one-bedroom
chalet, 10th St. Rio Aba Aba-jo.
jo. Aba-jo. PATTERSON, 3-1114.
. FOR SALE i Nice 3 bed bed-room
room bed-room home and 4,500 meters
of land, near new racetrack,
- $12,500 on, terms.' PATTER PATTERSON,
SON, PATTERSON, 3-1114. -f'-,S
I WANTED: Three (3) bed--f
roam chalat Or oartment not
. later than 'June' 1st, North A A-merican
merican A-merican family.; Campo Ale Ale-gra,
gra, Ale-gra, Bella Vista, EJ Cangrajo.
Telephone 3-6579. .
WANTED: A dog must be
house broken. musr be 8 mos.
or over. Phone 627j Colon er
write Bex 5, 'Colons
POSITION WANTED for high high-ly
ly high-ly recommended -maid Wond Wonderful
erful Wonderful with .children. Albrook
Af Florida Meet
TAMPAJ Mar 11 f UPl -Som
500 Negro church'; leaders assem
bled here today to t! unite forca
seeking integration.- -The
Negroes,' from throughoi
Florida, met at 2 p.m. in a f'lea
ership conference'? sponsored b
the National Association .for th
Ad vancement of Colored People. ;
; The meeting is actively support
ed by several of the state's larf
er-Negro religious -organization!
including the General Baptist Cut
vention and the Progressive Baj
' 'tU.sArmy rnoie;
''"'.'S-v-v.i; .-1 :. ".
to P. O. Box 4942,
aoLnraa TMia. eet,e
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DAILY FORTUNE FINDER
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f tho alphabet corrMpondint to tho numorAU on tho lino o( tho attro
logical period in which you wore bom. You will Sn4 it fuay
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PHONES: HOTEL Et PANAMA
PANAMA: 3-1057 3-1698 3-1655
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Mold Camilla Neilson obviously
. Jisn't too young to get that feel
' Mtlng uat only mink can give a
, Sgirl. On hand to meet ber aunt
at San Franciaco'a Internatimai
l Airport, Camflia Just had to tor.
M LITTLU I-IX 1
C The girl who soys she wouldn't
marry the best men on earth is
,j3robobly closer to the truth thon
she realizes. twi
Weather Or Not
, !!ThU weather report for the
- Sit hours ending a.m.: today,
c It" i prepared by the Mateorelo
' trjfcal and HydrrapHlc Sraneh
i of, the Panama Cnl Company:
Balboa -' Cristobal
. (mix. mph)
(inner harbors) 7V
1 1 SATURDAY, May
1 31 p.m.
TODAY! .75 .40
J:0S 5:05 7:05 :05 p.m.
A Splne-Tlngllng Drama!
WHAT HAPPENED TO
ON HER HONEYMOON?
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Z;-JJUh in i Hit
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Htet ike people
WASHINGTON. May 11 (CP)
Teamsters union President Dave
Beck and an associate made
$11,585 profit from selling their
own mortgages to the widow of
BecK's best mend, tne Senate
Labor Rackets Committee said
Beck was trustee of the wid
ow's fund to which he sold the
mortgages, the committee said.
uonoi Heaiuna. Seattle mort
gage banker who shared the
profit with Beck, said under
questioning that the 'deal went
Beck as trustee of Teamsters
Union funds put up mon-
ey for Beck and Hedlund as
Individuals to buy, some 30 home
mortgages with a face value of
$71,607 on May 29, 1956. They
bought the mortgages at a dis
The home owners made pay.
ments on the mortgages so they
BECK APPEARS BEFORE COMMITTEE Teamsters Union
President Dave Beck (left) chaMlprjh jAl J, Hayes, Chairman
of the AFL-CIO Ethical Practical i Committee, before the com committee
mittee committee opened Its hearing on charges 'against the Teamsters
In Washington. The AFL-CIO accused Beck and Teamsters
Vice President Frank Brewster with Using union funds for
"personal purposes." ;
Showers Break New England Drought
But Forest Fire Menace Not Ended
BOSTON, May 11 (UP) Wide Widespread
spread Widespread showers have broken the
month-long drought but provid provided
ed provided only "a breather" for fire fire-ravaged
ravaged fire-ravaged New England.
j The first rain .to fall on the
region since early April tem tem-iporarily
iporarily tem-iporarily ended the critical for
est fire menace- The rain ar ar-!
! ar-! rived two hours after flames
1 were checked at historic Ply Plymouth.
mouth. Plymouth. Mass., In New England's
worst forest fire in 10 years.
! Estimates of loss in the bil billions
lions billions were called "conservative"
by forestry officials. They also
said that last night's rain did
not end the fire menace,
i Massachusetts Governor Fos Foster
ter Foster Furcolo ordered an immedi immediate
ate immediate program of cloud-seeding in
hopes of manufacturing more
rain for the smokey region. Fur Fur-cok)
cok) Fur-cok) said, "we hold no hope for
; artificial ralnmaklng. but we
1 are determined to leave no stone
PC Lock Guard
Chief R.T. Ray
Lock Guard supervisor Rex Rex-ford
ford Rex-ford T. Ray died suddenly Jast
night at the Coco Solo Hospital,
about three hours after hehad
The 53-year-old American was
admitted at 3:40 Dm. and his
death ws recorded at 7 p.m. House. planned either to accom accom-Cause
Cause accom-Cause of death is not known as pany the President or drive to
yet I the farm later in the day with
i Born In Oraham, North Caro- j Mrs. .Elsenhower.
Una, Ray had served more than Eisenhower- scheduled morn morn-20
20 morn-20 years In the V& Arm? be fore line flight In hopes of possibly
lolnlnc the Canal Company astgettlng in an early round of golf
a lock guard in 1948. I his third round this week.
He served at Gatun Cocks But the principal business of
where he later becamV Locklthe weekend was expected to be
Guard Supervisor. long hours of talk between the
A resident of Gatun. Ray Is! President ad his old World War
survived bv his widow. Funeral, n comrade and the tour of the
arrnntemenU will be announc-i nearby Civil War battlefield.
ed later.' Both Eisenhower and Mont
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. r SATURDAY, MAT 11, 1957,
Financial Finagling With
Funds Explained By Associate
were worth only $67,137 by last
December, the committee said.
But Beck was also trustee of
the Raymond Leheney Memorial
Fund of about $80,000, which the
union had raised for the widow
of Beck's best friend. In that ca capacity,
pacity, capacity, he sold to the memorial
fund the mortgages .which he
and Hedlund held, fit full face
value and at a profit of $11,585.
Hedlund had testified earlier
that Beck invested millions of
dollars of union funds and prof profited
ited profited from brokerage fees which
were "Kicked DacK" to mm.
Hedlund testified about two
companies. One, National Mort
.gages, inc., which he headed,
i was established, Hedlund said,
with assurance by Beck that it
would handle mortgage invest investments
ments investments of the' Teamsters Union
Joseph McEvoy, Mrs.' Beck's
nephew and a former truck drlv
er, bought a one-third share of
unturned." The plan, to be car carried
ried carried out in four areas of Mas Massachusetts,
sachusetts, Massachusetts, was revealed'a few
hours after Furcolo asked the
legislature for $3 minion to meet
forest fire expenses. '.
I of Natural Resources, Francis
W. Sargent, said the showers
provided "only a breathing spell.'
He repeated his earlier warning
that "we need at least two inch inches
es inches of soaking rain" to end the
forst fire danger. The weather
bureau forecast called for less
than one inch ending early today.
Eisenhower To Accompany Montgornery.
On Tour Of Gettysburg' Battlefield
GETTYSBURG, Pa.. May ll
(UP ) Two old comrades In Inarms
arms Inarms today hoped to roam the
great Gettysburg, battlefield to together
gether together sometime this weekend.
One- was President Elsenhow Elsenhower.
er. Elsenhower. The other was British Field
Marshal Bernard Montgomery,
victor over Nazi Gen. Erwin
Rommel's Africa Corps and
now deputy commander of North
Atlantic Treaty forces.
The President planned to fry
from the capital to his Getty Gettysburg
sburg Gettysburg farm. Montgomery, who
'scent the night at the White
country U $afe9 Uhrtiham Lincoln
this company with, money bor
rowed from Beck.
The other company was called
The Investment co. Beck, Heo
lund. and Teamsters v attorney
Simon Wampold were partners
in it. This nrm collected oroic-
erage fees on some of the deals
made by National Mortgages for
Beck, Hedlund. and Wampold
shared in these fees. In 1954,
Hedlund said, they whacked up
$20,425.27, Beck getting one-
"Then the fees got back out of
there into Mr. Beck's pocket,
didn't they.?" snapped Chairman
John L. McCleilan (D-Ark.).
Committee Trims Farm Budget
Calls Ike's Program
WASHINGTON, May U (UP)-
Tbe House Anoronnations Com
mittee, denouncing the .adminis
tration's farm program as a "fail
ure," today slashed a whopping
U72.556.860 from President Eisen
hower's farm budget requests.
The action was a new slap; at
the President' who plans two na
tionwide radio t television adL
dresses in the next two weeks in
an effort to rally public opinion
taainst what he Considers dancer-
tus cuts in his new $71,800,000,000
record peacetime budget; -gj':
The Democratic-controlled com
mittee, which now has trimmed
more than $1,400,000,000 from the
bfdget, also 'called for develop
ment 01 a new isrm ; program
limed at giving farmers- a' "fair
return" in the marketplace ra their
than depending on federal hand handouts.
, U; V J p'
It said In an accompanying re report
port report that the farm economy was
"seriously ill." It said net farm
Income wae down 17.S per cent
since 195i and the average farm farmer's,
er's, farmer's, return skidded from 82.5 cents
an hour in 1952 to 70 cents, last
year.. ., V;.v :
Tne committee's action was all
the more surprising because farm
spending usually is immune from
congressional economy efforts. In
each of the past four years Con
gress has wound up voting 'more
arm funds than the President
The House, which has sustained
all 01 the committee's- earlier
economy cuts, will take up the
measure next Tuesday.
Eisenhower asked last January
for $3,965,466',617 in agricultural
funds for the new fiscal year 1958
which starts July 1. The committee
recommended only $3,692,889757,
ci ncentratinp Its economy ax on
tne administration-sponsored soil
The cut actually was deeper
;than appeared since only $1,882, $1,882,-W1.708
W1.708 $1,882,-W1.708 of the chief executive's to to-ttl
ttl to-ttl request could be reduced. This
the committee, cut to $1,610,024, $1,610,024,-oe,
oe, $1,610,024,-oe, a cut of 14.7 per cent.
The other $2,083,000,000 was to
cover price support and other
losses suffered on various farm
programs during the past year
and thus could not be slashed.
Eisenhower originally asked $1, $1,-754
754 $1,-754 000,000 for the soil bank under
which farmers are paid to curb
rroduetiot. of such surplus crops
ait-wheat corn, cotton, tobacco
gomery as professional soldiers
are. deeply interested In the great
battle that became the high
water mark of the Confederacy.
Ironically another student of
the battle waa Rommel. 0.'
) On .May 14Ui: to celebrate; its 10th
': ' v- ' -;
ANNIVERSARY, two great picture for
. ; ... --:z j
the ple8ure of their patrons.
M. VWy VtV QIU
"Let me get this straight," Mc-
rl,llan aall "ill Vii.r -vnil
represented the Teamsters un union?"
ion?" union?" r
; 'That's correct, said Hedlund.
'"Beck had the final decision
on where the union funds would
be Invested, as the trustee?"
"He was being paid for taking
care of the funds, and' then tak taking
ing taking a commission for Investing
them?" asked McCleilan.
"The commissions went into
The Investment Co.' said Hed
lund; But he : added they were
later divided among Beck, Warn
pom, ana nimseii. :
and rice He lster cut the request
to. one billion dollars.
i The committee "voted to provide
only 765 million dellars and added
to the bill ..a stipulation "barring
the admim'stration from' asking for
more than 950 million dollars .for
tre program. in. "fiscal ,1959, s
It v slid .city,; folks consider the
oil bank; scheme for "Kivina
farmers something for nothing,"
The -committee said the pun
wal not working because farmers
rent their poorer land to the gov
ernment, increase per-acre yields
on other lands- and are even al allowed
lowed allowed by the government to plant
other crops to offset reduced, pro
aucuon 01 sou panav crops.
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MOTORISTS. NOT-it s of
little' interest to- motorists, but
If they should se these signs,
they'll know they're off course.
The signs, being contemplated
!iy an unidentified member of
he U.S. Navy's Task 43." ware
erected for personnel with
Operation ."Deep Freeze II in
the Antarctic. I
' The President long ago prom
ised Montgomery a personally
conducted tour of the battle battlefield.
field. battlefield. However, the two generals
differ in their thinking' about
the battle. ;
FLOODWATERS MOVE OVER FARMLANDS This aerial 'view shows floodwaters from the
Brazos River spreading over rich-producing croplands north of Rosharon. Tex. OH storage
- tanks are completely Isolated while water of the winding Brazos laps almost at the bottom"
ties of the Santa Fe Railroad trestle in background, t ,-,)
1 BHS Student, 1 Graduate Selected
By Army To Enter West Point Academy
Two Canal Zone youths will en-
ter the United States Military A-
caaemy lr tne same class this
year. They are Robert B. Hamil Hamilton.
ton. Hamilton. Balboa High School Senior,
and Richard Angstadt, who was
graduated last' year from, Balboa
Young Hamilton was' ': selected
for admission to Vest Point to fill
the vacancy which will open for a
candidate from the Canal Zone
this year with the graduation in
June of Cauet Donald S. Tribe.1
A letter announcing his selection
was. received this week from Maj.
1 AUSSIE AUDITORIUM This is the prize-winning design in the worldwide contest for new
State Opera House for Sydney, Australia. Selected from 222 entries, the spectacular, imagina
.tive design, described as "white, sails billowing in the sunset," is the work, of 38-year-old
architect Joern Utton, of Hellebaek, Denmark. The auditorium Is to seat 3,000 to 3,500 people,
. with a smaller concert halt for 1,200, and a lecture roomifor up to 200. Utzon has beep awarded
the top prize of $11,250 for his design. A group of -architects from Philadelphia, Pa, was.
; awarded second prize -of $4,500. v i -r, -" ,'.
NEW YORK, May 11 (UPlPo-
lice bad a quick answer -for the
Srnitation Departments complaint
that not enough cars were being
Sanitation officials complained
tlut their trucks had to sweep
around illegally parked cars un unless
less unless they Lad been ticketed, in
which case they could be towed
To put pressure on the police,
Lie department sent out '. sleuths
and found 2OT illegally parked
ears without tickets. v'
Traffic police promptly motorea
to a Sanitation Department ; ga garage
rage garage and ticketed, five illegally
parked private cars. v au j were
osned by Sanitation employes.
FACE LIFTED-Afl shmed up
after a "face-lifting." London's
Big Bea pops up from amid th j
steel scaffolding to greet the.,
sunshine once again. The famed-) 4
tower had been all wrapped up t
in aa 'iroa eurUin" during aa I
Gen. Herbert M.' Jones, Adjutant
General, Department of the Army
in Washington, v. u.
Young Angstadt, who was grad graduated
uated graduated with high honors from Bal Balboa
boa Balboa last year, has been attending
an Army preparatory school near
New York City and was -advised
recently that he had passed all his
examinations snd had been ac accepted
cepted accepted as a cadet at. West Point.'
Both young men were Battalion
Commanders of the Balboa Unit
of the Reserve Officers Training
C.rps, and both have, been active
in High School affairs.
YOU'LL SAY ITS THE-MOTION PICTURE
- A FILM FOR THE
- From The World's Greatest
' AUDREY HENRY MEL
:tOae ef the great films of an times." :
V Jim Powers, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER.
"War and Peace' I unhesitatingly recommend ta'all
"f yea." .
r Joha Crosby, Television and Radio Columnist,
'; N. Y. HERALD TRIBUNE.
"A formidable contender for place In that select com-'
any of the handful of the greatest motion picture yet
.-" .. Martin Qulrley, IrlltortaL
' M. HERALD and M.P. DAILY.
"Take Its place in motion picture blstorv with "The
fcirtn of a Natloa and "Gone With The Wind.'""
. BEDBOOK MAGAZINE.
- "Certain te become ane ef the mnst see' pictures...
Flawlesslv cast, directed, prpdured and photographed screen
epic... One ef the greatest experiences the tbeatre ean
afford U the average mevieroer."
' Tom Kennedy, SHOWMEN'S TRADE REVIEW.
'Young Hamilton' was -porn Ii
New Yorjc,'-hut attended the ele
mentary and secondary schools il
both Cristobal and Balboa. Last,
year he was Lt. Governor of Boys
State. His father is Stanley H
Hamilton, Manager of the Hote
Washington in Colon,
Young Angstadt was born in An
' V V v. v. ....... H. wuv. ByVUUUHtl
ptuuvxo. i3 Bciiiur yeetf ui
... j t. e il rid. 1 :
sociation ana took part ia soorti
and 'dramatic activities.'
Shows: l.-ea- 4-.S8 t :0I p.m.
Feature: 1:13-4:35-8:31 p.m.
will not fee shown in anv other
in Panama daring I?j7