The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R. r MONDAY, MAY 20, 1957.
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n Case Of War In Americas..;


' Admiral and Mrs. C L. C At-

- keson as they board a Navy
,.R4Y plane to fly to Washing-!.
' .ton, D.C., from Albrook Air
:: Force Base:. "' x x-.
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US, W.ouldMit. ;
Only Through OAS

' WASHINGTON, May 26 (UP), The' United States

would act only through; the urganwauon or American

estates juasj 10 stop Drusxuire wars in uic Americas turn
not on a go it alone basis, 'John C. Dreier, U.S. ambas-,
sador to the OAS. said vesterdaY., '

1 Commenting pn the recent border ; clashes between

Nicaragua and Honduras, Dreier said an OAS peace -com'

mission had stopped the fighting. j
He added that ; the United States would never com

mit military, forces to' halt hostilities in the Americas

,mind.ilit of Uie laiil N-

al fitotrict, 1 by ita morn-

Lnied Jy Mrs. JUkewn.-,
... ropncniied by -a Joint

luard ol honor given by U. Gen.

fclf. Caribbettt Command, at
1 1 S at Attrook Air Force Base.
1 tJilif:i7l : Mrs.' A t k s

B4Y. Convalr

an old servke custom, Mrs. kp.

The officiat" revieWing party1 for
lh ceremony honoring Jhe admir-

Tl included A i V 01n""'
L .4 r.a Truman H. Lanuoa,

Tommander of JM Caribbean Air
. ..x trio. Cen LOUIS V.

CnioweT -acJng "ommsnding

al staff of tne win vr
lne aamiraf trooped the line
i.nHno thev 79th Army Band,

,nd honor platooa each of' Ma Marines
rines Marines nd sailors from the lstn
Jjaval DUtrict, a'1 joint e 0 1 o r
orrf of all. services, and honor

niitoon from i the 20th Infantry,

and an honor flight froni the Ca Ca-thtwaa
thtwaa Ca-thtwaa Air Command I "-

; rnmmander t of troops WSI

Cmdr. Richsrd, A. Sexton. As the
.Hminl boarded the plane, a 11-

eun salute was fired by Battery
f a tha 764 AAA Battalion.

The admiral hsd served ss eom-

tnahdant of the svai uisitict ior

RainBbvf CityCiYic
Council To Meet
Wednesday P;MJ

' The Rainbow City Crvle -Council
Will hold its -community meeting
n Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the
International Girl Scout Shack in
the Camp Bierd area. I
Topics of .discussion include the
Governor's-Comm unity meeting at
Santa Cruz last Wednesday and
the upcoming Camp Bierd com

munity ciean-up campaign.
, The Council's Safety Committee
will hold its close-out meetinf on

Thursdsy, May 23, st T p.m. at
the high school la Rainbow City.

Dave While, chafrmsn, s

without prior OAS approval

Dreier appeared on- a national

ly televised program, together with

Panamanian amnassaaor : to tne
OASr Ricardo Arias, and Mexican
OAS envoy Louis Quintanilla. All

three men. were; members of the

OAS peace commision

Arias explained that before the
OAS could use force to stop fight

ing it would have to ,obtain ; UJN.

lie added that the OAs consider

ed force 'only the 'final step in

bringin war to an endJ Diplomatic

and economic measures would be

taken first, he emphasized.

The" thra envoy agrood that
OAS action, in this; Niacaraguan
Honduran: dispute had. .; again
proved -th efficacy of ,the t sys system
tem system of the collective security -system
of the Americas,
The dispute between the two

Central American nations was es

sentially a legal one, the envoys
said. Communist infiltration In the

Amencaa was not -an issue. ,

Both Quintanilla 'and Arias ar

gued that Communists were active f
j 1 1 1 a l t i't

cvuywnsre, inciuumg tne umiea
States, and- that the chief danger
of their activities lay in the under underground
ground underground nature of the movement

which made it hard to detect.
. ijtst'orH irt (he problem of U.,

S. sift the 's, r 'uinl ani-

11a ami Arias g.cicJ, Dreier
on the U.S. programs now in op-'
eration, Dreier said he believed U.

S. cooperation; with the American
repubuct was adequate. J ., .vf
But, Arias, and" Quintanilla -em

phasised they would like to see
Latin American nations develop

more trade facilities with the Unit

ed States. They said Latin Ameri

ca did not need the kind of aid the
U.S.' supplies other1 nations, but
said there could be.more coopera,


this ceeperetien could take the

farm of increased leans and
topped Up technical assistance

programs, they said.

Dreier, said the U.S. r now had

very: good programs in Latin A

merica.' He added that aid suppli

ed other non American nations is
military assistance and aid to

back upt that assistance,. v r

( "This is fortunately not the case

in this- hemisphere, he added.

Quintanilla, in his plea for more

cooperation jacuities, said that La

tin ; American nations are the

cheapest and safest friends of the

United States.

During the program, which cov-

erea a wiae range ot Laun Amer American
ican American problems, the '-envoys also
made these points: -t ?

. Panama has sw intention
of seising the Panama 1 Canal.
Problems between Panama and

the United States ever, menage

menr or Tne canal resulted from
the close contact between the
two nation and exiiUJ hng b.
far Nliitr was t-arn, Arias
Said. ...-

Panama .had no subjections

tor; us. guided missile bases ben

inf -placed .around the Canal to

. protect (ha vital waterway. :A

rias said such bases were anread-,

1 over the Caribbean and up to the

vauiornia eoasb-
3 Tba Panama Canal is not
obsolete, Arias said. More traf traffic
fic traffic passes through the: .water
way now than ever before. But
-construction of a sea-level canal
capable of handling large : air aircraft
craft aircraft carriers is Up to. the
Congress.-Plana for such a new
canal were drawn up nine years
agoi Arias pointed ouU; vS ?

announced that a fuU report will'; told the tdRe that he felt-thia

To Toi3 on ;


- $10, Says Judge'

. Despite the fact that Titzroy
Ferguson had inquired ,at thr
Balboa Police Station previously
whether he could remove scrap
from the West Bank, and waf

told that he needed permission,
the v 27-year-old Panamanian
was arrested while trying to load
a pile-driver hammer, onto a
truck at the Empire small arms
range.-; : .. ,-. 2
Today Ferguson and two bud buddies,
dies, buddies, Crispin Ortega, 24. and Ge Ge-rardo
rardo Ge-rardo Hurtado, 23, all pleaded
guilty to a charge of vagrancy.
They yere observed by a signal
man at the La Pita station last
Friday afternoon driving out In
a half-ton truck.
A policeman who arrived on

the scene said that the men were

loading the hammer onto the
truck without permission to do

so. He added that the govern government
ment government was investigating to find
out whether the Armv or the
Panama Canal Company owned

the property.

"It didn't look like Junk or
scrap to me," said the policeman.
Another police sergeant re reported
ported reported that Ferguson had been

at the station a few days ago
asking whether he could remove
scrap : from the area. He had
been told he needed special per

Ferguson told the Judge: "" to be financ-

mAnt think T was tallnB- W du. ere.i

was just trying to make a living
getting some scrap to selL"
He was fined $10. His two bud buddies
dies buddies who had no previous record
were given suspended aentencer
and placed on one year proba probation
tion probation each.
When asked whether he want

ed to make a statement, Ortega

Panama Seeks
Highway Loan


Roberto Heurtematte. Comptroller

General of Panama, said today
that negotiations with the Export-

Import Bank for a $12,849,000 loan

are progressing ''very sausfactor-

ily-r .;V .: -v :

The Psnamaniaa officii! came

here last week to open talks for

a aew loan that would finance the

completion of the Inter-American

highway. He said the negotiation

would last between five and six
weeks. y -. ? '4.-
Heurtematte said he ha given
the bank a full report containing
the information required for such
a losa. ; -1

This includes not only an ac

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'ATOM-POWERED SUBMARINE HERE The US Navy's first atom-driven sub,' the Nautilus,
at Pedro Miguel locks today during her first transit of .the Panama CanaJ. The Nautilus,
en route from New London to Pacific waters, will tie up at Rcslman for two days. One of
her crewmen Is Alan Lewis, son of L. W. Lewis, former Supply and Service director for the
Panama Canal, who retired in 1050. s , ,
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$100, Five Days for, Drunk Driver

Who's Sorry He Cdlecl MPs Punk


A 5B-vear-oU 'American who

tned to drive,, nis car irora me

VFW Club in curundu: t04 the
matn ate eariv Saturday motn-

lng after, having consumed about
20 rum' and cokes, was sentenced
to spend five days In' jail ftn4
war fined $100 for drunken driv driving
ing driving today In Balboa Magistrate!.

Court. .';3,,.'."

vvin t ntwm fiimndii reaJ

ident who works or the Army,
toda.v admitted to the Judge that

he began- drinking shortly, affcerj

work on Friday aiternoon as wie

VFW club and kept on until

a.m. Saturday morning. ;;

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In court today he rot no and

aaid he wanted to make a pub

lic apology for insulting .- swa
younr MPs who had arrested
him, Dixon said he had refer referred
red referred to them as ''two young
niinka" when he was arrested.

bat that he felt they were "just

as good aa anyone else.-

After helnir sentenced today.

Dixon told the Judge this con conviction
viction conviction would, probably cost him


He said he had been working

for the Army for 27 years.

Court records showed that this

was his second conviction on a
similar charge. On Nov. 1Q. 1855
he was fined $1,00, - v r

Earlier this year he was found

ruiliy of battery on nu wuo.

THih!(i He s Got It

A. Ms Faucettc; visitinq Senate counsel had only the

highest praise today for the ''splendid cooperation' he

nas receivea auring niS Tac.r-rinaing mission on rntjurn-

. Faucette. counsel for the Senate Post Office": and

Civil Service committee who leaves Wednesday; said he?

felt he had been able to gather a true picture of the

situation asit exists on the Zone. '. V .,

His committee is charged with considering plans for
implementing the labor, provisions of the 1955 RP-US
Treaty, with particular emphasis on the sing le-wage pol policy
icy policy and retirement provisions. f
While here. Faucette has conferred with labor lead

ers of both local-rate and U.S. citizens' tinions as well ci

with civic groups on the Isthmus.

iAMA CLARA residents have

On Saturday. Paucelte met a

I group of officials representing

tne American Feaerauon 01 uov uov-erlment
erlment uov-erlment Employes Lodge 14, Cen Central
tral Central Labor Union-Metal Trades
Council, U.S. Citizens' Associa

tion Psilroad men.

teat, Rivcu hum k ulB i,iou 1 complained to' the Jiinlstry of
1 ce aUUon. They ,feported that aJKiiaa Relations r th. hi.

fined $10 and given a 10-day Jail

sentence whicn was suspenaea

when he was placed on one year
probation. ; ; i :
Two policemen testified that

Dixon failed to pass tne soDneiy

the. defendant falimto the front

seat of the police car. when he
was asked to get ln. and stagger.

ea into uie etauon.. $

In explaining why his car was
weavlrig.,tack and forth, as ob

served by tneMPs at the main

gate, Dixon said that -there was
log oh his windshield and he tried

to wipe it on oexore reaching the
, ? Alt 'I' I K
When udee John E.- Demina

explained that the defendant had

a right to appeal the case, Dixon
stated: "That will only be more
mbney, down -the drain." n

Atlantic Sf de :
Feci The Heat i
It's "Near Record s

Winnie In Rivierd

be given at this meeting of the
Safety Field Day held at the Camp
Bierd Grounds last month. -,

USS Ticonderoqa -Ties
Up At Balboa
For Three-Day Stay
The USS Tieotiderops tied up
this morning at Pit 18 in Balboa
for a three-day vinit.
The 33.100 too attack ca .ier,
commanded by Capt. W. A. Stuart,
is 8P9 feet in length with a beam
fo 103 feet and a maximum draft
of S2 feet. ;
The Es.e class !attfT arrive-l
liere frcm Va!prai, Chile, and
is erpee'ed lo leare Thur(1v for
thv west coast of the Un.ied Sutes.

was iurt "an old piece of rustei

iron lying there I didnt think
it was wrone to take it iwi."

Hurtado added: "If it had been

In good shsne we wouldn't have
touched it" .

Mayflower II
Still Becalmed

LONDON, May 20 (V?) The
Mavflower II rerorted todav she

was still aim curt becalmed in mid mid-Atlantic
Atlantic mid-Atlantic m her voyage to the

UFUed Rates.
ra'iio mfMiff from ; Cart

Alaa VJlim said the replies pil pil-rnm
rnm pil-rnm shi? had covered only M

mile in the part 24 hours. The

vetl wji .r.g at a speed of

only twe knots.



NICE. Frsnce, Msy 20 (UP-I

Winston Churchill arrived

here yesterday with his. daughter
Sarah for a Riviera vacation at

ststement of Panama's economic! the home of his publisher Emery

it eves.

4 Atlantic side residents suffer
ed rhreuflh the hottest wSather
of the 'year this weokened .with
a near record maximum temper
eture of 94 degrees being record recorded
ed recorded both Saturday 'and Sunday.1
The -ell-time record high f e r
Cristobal Is fS degrees en Oct.
11, 1W4.
On the Paeific side, ialboa

Holghts reported maximum tern tern-ereture
ereture tern-ereture ef- IS and t degrees
but Madden Dam recorded y a
high ef 97 degrees Saturday, on only
ly only one degree below the ell-time
high end nearly equal to the high
temperatures during the recent

dry season..'";"?' : ,"; .'.,s'i"i
Clesr sunny weather, which de developed
veloped developed -after la at week's heavy
rams, was reported from all
weather stations in the Canal
Zone with only e trace ef rein
at Balboa Heights Saturday:
See -temperatures rose from
the high 7t's to 2 degrees- en
Ssturdsyend Sunday.

Foreign Relations .over the de

sanction and burning of their
huts and houses at Hull! by

"zone police authorities." xi Dia

reported today,

'The' newspaper said the Min

ister of Foreign Relations asked

the- complainants to give hi m

time to look into the matter, but
thev have threatened to take

the matter personally to the U,

8 Ambassador,-if-j

More than $2000 worth of

therapeutic ecjuloment was turn turned
ed turned oves to the Children's Hospi

tal by the Lions Club this morn

ing at a ceremony attended by

Panama Public Health officials.

Tne eauromenrr lnciuaea two

oxisren. v tanks, tone incubator.

surgical equipment, a mural and

decorations for tne wards.

..' President Ernesto de la Guar-

dla- this morning oficially Inau Inaugurated,
gurated, Inaugurated, the. tenth -congress -of

the' American Coffee Federation

. 1 uetf four-liour "d-ci.. in,
held in the board room ef tbe
Administration Building,.' was
confined almost entirely to the,
single-wage policy and its af affect
fect affect on U.S.-rate employes.
According to Rufus Lovelady,
President of AFGE Lodge 14, his
organization recommended cer certain
tain certain amendments which, if in included
cluded included In the Bill, 6.1850, would
offer e-reater, protection to his

group which consists of classified

white-coiiar worgers.,
Lovelady said today that If the
bill were passed as it stands, it
would mean all the employes now

covered by the Classification Act

Machete Murder
Solved, Claim
Secret Police p
p.n.m. Secret Police today re

nnrtmA thar solution of the CSSe Of

(Fedecameh The congress is be-the decspitsted msn with the csp-

ing held in El Panama Hotel
and will last through Thursday.
Some 141 delegates and observ

ers t from 22 countries are in

Panama for the .congress.

Roy Reece Named
Prexy Of Mutual
Benefit Croup V

.Roy P. Reeeel electrical engi-

Ineer of the Panama Canal Co

was elected presuient or tne Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Employes Mutusl 'Ben

efit Association during a special
meeting of the Board of r Goven

nors held Friday at the D i a b 1 0
Heights Service Center. ,- )

Other officer's elected were J.B.

Clemmons Jr., chief of the Cus

toms. Division, rirn vice presldeet;
and Henrv'T. Caroenter. General

foreman. Maintenance Division, is s id he wss suspicious of where

second Vice president. v -v Quintero bad got the money.

ture and confession ofvTilcio Quin

tero of Chorrera ',
The severed bead and body of
Justo Hernsndei Escobsr, also of
Chorrers, wss found Msy S
nesr the San Miguelito shsnty
town en the Tocumen Highwsy -Detectives
ssid Quintero confes confessed
sed confessed Utst be cut off Hernandec head
in cold blood with one stroke of his
machete oa May 7, after he bad
invited him to San Miguelito to see

niece of suear machinery Her

nandez was interested in uoying.

He then emptied Hernandez

pockets of $600 and all the papers

he bad oa mm. r .

Ouintera said he bad aa 01a

erudce aiainst bis victim., who at

one time bad attempted to take a

Dronertr awav from him.

followine reports from Chorrera

butcher Antonio Moreno that Quin

tero bad given Mm $200 to transact

some business for mm. uoreno

of 1940 would be exempt from
Its provisions. '
v Agency heads "liere would V
the wage-fixing .authorities,
Lovelady argued. Instead of Con Congress.
gress. Congress. . - ''
"We v -rt It W-rltfoe l"e re

t 1... 1 .J.

guaranteed in the Classifies' i
Act," LoveIadysaid ha wJ
.Faucette. -... :--:';' r.-
Others who attended the .con .conference
ference .conference were: USCA, Winter Col'
11ns, Carol Eigby ani)r. N. New Newport,
port, Newport, CLU-MTC: E.1 Hatchett.

Railroad men; Robert Daniel and
Fred Hodges,
According to one'; observer,
Faucette's reaction to the con conference
ference conference was that of "sn interest

ed listener." They said he gave)
everyone a chance to tala, as&ed
questions and made notations of
the answers.

Today Faucette stressed that4

he was here solely for the par-
pose of getting all tbe facta r
and information available in
order to submit his report t.
the committee 'which sent him
down here
He said he. had been very
courteously received. bf &
groups and felt they had off erel
him splendid cooperation during'
his stay,. -.-, a
Faucette said tia had -ln

Idea" how soon actlon.on the bill
could be expected by the Senate
Committee, t w .,
He did say however that hla
reDort would he. turned in inxt

as early as I can" after return returning
ing returning to Washington,-, .'.-' v

if,.; v

D a iff a fin i 1

iuuir yiyuiguwj.' i

Slolen Fromfeigp

Ex-Con in Court


Fvi!p Ko. 10 of G am boa, put determination into their dash as they train in the canal for the annual cayuco race from the Atlantic
n.l be held Irom May 24 to 26. In the Gamboa boats are 1 to r: Douglas MacLean. Edwin Idol near boat); Richard DiUon. Rob-

CEEWS from Explorer

rt r-hrutensen and w.i.iam Coier (second boat): Henrv Lavender. Rolando Wlnberg. Austin Emi-h and Don Rogers. Boat Irom eleven explorer units are

expected to eater Lit net, sponsored by Council Ko. 801, B.S. A. .' (U.S. Army fbote

jn a cnrge 01 sbcauuir m -ms

radio and some ctaarettea irom a

paraea w on Ancua ouuibj u.

a former convict today -waa
bound over for trial In U .8, Dis District
trict District Court- t ..'
. Bail of $500 was set In the case,

against Benito V. Ortega, charg-

vlous penitentiary conviction.
The .Panamanian defebdant

waived preliminary hearing today

! 13ak 1 ft-ts-iae. lfn frlrtfe f S e TVMi1-r

Mi geaWet ssjtaeAow ew ww est

VTaa. f aiMicAt 9 srtsktt MrtaV

srasj w sxvs, Uksepvi vi a? vv-e ysk u

radio and cigarettes frorna tta-

Mrs. Margaret Rennle, a Panama
Canal pilot's wife.

on Aug. z, ortega was

convicted of burrlarv end was

sentenced to spend one year in
tbe penitentiary. ; .
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Scientists Luscr

at sssi

Wpathr Uflmh e.

" W t V

Postpone A-Tcst v

LAS 1GAS. Ker. Msy M Cvf)

Atomic Energy Commissi -eeiy'
entists today lost their g e ta.6 4

with tbe weather and were com

pelled to postpone for tbe fifth

strsight tune sa atomic test vtuea

had beea scheduled for S i n. to to-dsy.
dsy. to-dsy. . ,-'""

Tbe aeciesf bUrt, oreniir r 1

ef the most eetensive atom it tt i-

history, was te have been set f
stop a 500-foot steel tower in T--ca
Flat oa the souUsera hva;a
atomic test Site.


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MONDAY, MAY 19, ltSl



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Utters or received fritafutly and ai handled ia a wholly eeafideatial
' i'i If yea coatributB a lottar don't ha ImBatieat if It doesn't appear the
wort day. Letters are guhlishad in tha aider received.
Plata try t keep tha lattara limited to on pa length. (
' $ Identity of lottar writers ia haM in atrictaat confidence.
' t This newspaper assames na raiaantibility for atatemeata or op inioni
expressed in lattara front readers.


Labor News
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TdugKNut to Crack Safely:



a miiiiii Bm'.MtjN tiiiareriiv written by students and

parents complaining of the teaching lnth ..Canal l Zor "Latin
v.-i.-o ..hni mnv miffht.v ausDicloua.r I act the impression

tT2. tw written hv soma teacher or group 01 teachers

whose inability to cope with the new program In what is sup-ST-ta
bi "tneir native language, see .themselves, looking for
new Job more in keeping with their aMUUM. -
. -d. (,. It n.o. tha irnra.l oninion that Uie XjOCU

r X UI Mj 4UUK WIUP U wa D . . iA
Rale schools were aimed at providing second-rate education to

their stuaenis.- wnen uieae kuw v..-,
milnamed Latin American schools the first Impressions were
that Canal Zone school authorities, by sUfflng the schools with
teachers who spoke reasonably good but heavily-accented book book-learned
learned book-learned Spanish, were now bent on creating a special group ox
'ectond-class Panamanian citizens.
Tnow it seems that Canal Zone authorities have seen the
rr?r of their ways and have decided to employ more 01 th
fluent Spanish teachers who speak little or no English. Hurray.
fo them. The students will now leain to speak Spanish with without
out without the heavy influence of the Jargon the Panamanians of west
Indian origin call English a jargon which is unlike even that
of the uneducated native of toe West Indian Islands.

Htm frequently appauea at me ununq aiwu
faulty diction and ungrammatlcal speech and prose of the ma-
t 1. ..j t ti tnrmmr rami T.ona Inp.a.1

joniy 01 ne uioua niiuuies hub
. .... M 1 -1 1- V nnl

fate nign scnoois ana junior nigir
. Of course, many colored Canal Zone teachers blamed this
. .. a m 1 1 tall 1 . X A AAMASj4tA V B BB rnfttV

w the influence 01 tne lamuy, wang w pww
.k-kaklf 1n 1h mur.h t.n h desired.

1 nnntiniiA nf thtia iflme teachers, allowing them to

tarry over their same peculiar manner of speaking into the
language of Cervantes would only produce a group of stuaents
speaking a brand of Spanish unheard of in any other part of
"v jTsay find some sort of clerical Job for those local rate
teachers with long years of service, but get them out of the
jo-bailed "Latin American Schools."



J X' was somewhat amused, albeit mildly 'touched, at the ster

ling defense of his school set forth by a canai zone junior
College student In. regard to the religious controversy Instigated
fryt "Indignant Parant." lt
! personally, I have no fish to fry ope way or the other ln
jasoiuch as I've no progeny involved in the matter, v-.. vV r
c vi Prom all toa sjather, the tne-hour-a-week Tellglou prov
-gramvat CZJO Ws spcrtJW ff;bat PrrtestonUfro
ja-hich utlliEed the period, for Bible dttcusslor. By. ott-fteat J
lmaif mean one of the less orthodox Protestant outfits not
Eplsaopalian,' Congregatlonallst, Baptist, Presbyterian, Unitarian
nd such leaning toward evangelism,' and no criticism is In Intended
tended Intended ,....-

. J T can't Imaa-lna anv areat harm resulting from such a eon

elave. oosslblv It did some good, who knows? Yet I see that

that the group has been given the boot. Behold the power of

the Mail Box!
Hf f silt to cet back to mv original premise., the amusement

derived from the letter contributed by rCZJC Student" Stemmed

from bis defense of this evangelistic group In conjunction wltn
I 2 A..Aa. amA. oVWa. MBklo-Vt AM '-Vt 1 HBaM tlAtl O-V A I AB fl AP A BBMW

other denomiantlon could "sway me" from the Catholic faith.
I find this very praiseworthy. But I wonder how he ra

tionalizes the recent papal edict exhorting all catholics to close
thtir eves and shut their ears to Billy GZiham lest they be


That private eye with lha elec

tric ear, Bernsru Bates apinael,
purveyor of wiretaps to, labor

leaaet s. never installed a : tele

phone in bis own sprawling Vvestl

kina Ave. apartment in inbw yotk.

He didn't trust he instrument.1 He

didn t trust himself.

He figured that if he bad a I

phone, he'd be tempted to use ; it
too much and his conversstions no
longer would be private. This

wiretapper, indicted last cruesday
with Teamster chief Jim Hoffal

and his partner, Owen Brennan,

knew that the day of the private I

conversation ana gone wun dusi-

ness agents in high button shoes

and bowler hats,

And Spindel proved it to Hoffa
and his iriend, hack in 19S3, after
men in the New York garment a-

rea had recommended mm to I

Hoffa. Spindel'' arrived in Detroit
Holla proudly showed him into the I

Teamster's own "S60.00U" private

office on the second tioor. This

was not only modern, edacious

and "tastefully" appointed Hoffa

explained, but also aosoiutely "tap

proox. xno one couia get at iu

Thia was a cynical boy from
Now York thy wore talalnt te

and he was a apociallat in tap

ping taiopnenai at union man

who didn t truat n of two f

tnoir aims. a a p i n d e I said,
"tp eutaid for IB minwfn."

Nafta and Hrenan aha.

nay roturnod ana pindl teld
thorn te make ordinary cnvr

aatian. na was going dawn te the

central wire box. inn he came

aaca up and ropoatod fn ten

vraahn te thm.

, As he explained later to friends,

noua a pnon auu couvsrteul

meiu inui veruaue micropiMwea
wmcn carried tne couverauoul

oown into tne central oox.

Spindel later boasted that he
dia sucu a complete job uiat he

uad iniitgfHi evau tne Mules' room

Waltei Wi hchell I




auu a auiail iyye uiiu 0

Curtain Tlmos Donnla King,

atar of Tony Wobttor'a "Th
Croatott Man Allvo", (at Th
Barrymr), received' a Firtt.

Night, tribute in their powa for

upixiuti was nullity vivuu. ue

iviu ieope lauu.' ..uat me entue
ieniu buaoing at iiX iruinuuu

Ave., uetrou, wa ao wireu lor

souiiu ou cuuiuu a- Aiga without

nis eiectromc ears ptuug it uv

10 our. rfunutu, uua v4 aUu-i

iy uusuitiiik nu n Went uu to Dig

er inini, uute .uuuig mucM
uuice' uuuuuiks for utaer lutyt-

bous laoor itiioeri 111 many pacu

a doion curtaina t ap

plaud th catt of aapablat, oa-

pociaiiy Mr. Kin. .Th atar

triumphed, -doapit a cloud

acrlpt .. .Typical f th Joky II-

Hyd roviow waa Mr. Atkin-

aon'a in th N.Y. Tlma: Ho n

thuaod: "Dannit King play a th

part with skill, imagination and
guito. He has worked it up Irrfe

a little gem of character cm

by"..-vi.Th farce, howovor. waa

diimiaiaa aa "a fooblo a and

mu.: uivuicu. W uu ymw, vmiwn arwmaua rav rovlewa the "Brig

Joat Cniioos


Gods end Goddesses

Answer to Previous Futile

I Babylonian

S Greek goddeaa
- Garditor
' m a

I Kind of saint
4 Taunts
T Super tiv
t poeus

II Charity


j t Rjn, -u ? e A

adm" revival could net aatch
Ha breath and roturnod t its

rev .A mora ahottorina do.

Mt for th critics was th cloa

Wfl of "Th Welti f the Troa

ators." en which they Dinned their

annual model at boat Imported
play; j "Tunnel Lv,M
whtch moat critic acrnd, re
maina a hH.. ; t ."Nw Girl In
Town,' will be th final entrv of

the aaaaon. It arrivaa at the 4th
Street with 4 Gwen Verdon and
Thefma Ritter, .Prevlewora

predict prsprlty.

llPreeeupatioa nPaaeoful

wiia jdvb 1 Natural fat

It Cam In

24 Pastry
a Money
1 nickname
IIP Trying
SI face
S4 Kindt of gate
SI Behavier
41 Blackbird
41 Chock
41 Bold away
4 Kind of puxd
M Allowance
4 The aim
" "IrOTIJI' l
tPoiadaom ;
S Level


S4 Peaks
S8 ScottiJh river
2S Eager

S3 Hurt
at Clothe
41 Helped
,41 Kuaaiaa river

44 Girl's same
41 lUntove

aei veu one Oisioncai buruoac,

it ia caua r his wiring

work tnat tne government ia a

ia ia gang an inaicrmanr an
Meffa and drennan, th key te
wares m wmcn are "imorcopr
Ing, divulging, receiving and us-

inu the private taias of ether

mn and conversation concern?

at least ene Congressional


The feet that the savammont

sought thia indictment ia far

aignificant than th charge it

self, with ha misdemeanor pen

any of a year m jail and a ilt
MO fin.

m THI WINGS: Tommy Man

With this indictment, the gov villa's 10th marriage and Artie

ernment is servina notice that it I ahaw reported planning hi nth

haa Declared onen war on th an. had one of the locals wonderine- a.

.1 an . L.... r. 1. ......

ure leamster hierarchy a ad iBWU Dot nu'"n i puns. ."i

there are those wha aav that tiir. near, quipped Jackie JCannon."

nirtner indictments are expected. siYln ae money a rest".. .,

ine Darrsia la balnr lawarwi draper says uuncs are ao

First t. western leamatara' ". In Hollywood moat of the

chiefs were the target brothers of ,UrleU re unemployed. The prod-

uib piowianau nun 11 k ami aus vuiuuui wuuiea. in

O. tttewsUr and Hark N

the midwest is under heavy shsll-
ina. Thia la tha mI aluMl-,-. n

and B. had no real power.i The iiTH Niw F,LMJ: ''Something

leaoersDDiD of the Teamitara r.t. V me, irom uooert ltuark'a

in Hoffa and Braaaan, closer? eI1er, retains iu passion
Ai 1 i . . 1 anil ulnUnu "ru m.

fwiwvf.i.iufl juau juau ngta

superior and consistent. .Mike
Wallace made th KK'a Grand
Dragon look lik uat another ac
kast.. . -,;; v L,-

nn rrm t f p f
1 r 1
t 5 r
z r i-sr-rr-
r-rr "Tv
nrp j--r Trr
r 7 r -r-
j- j- r-
x- 5-
I II I 111 I I II I'

friends devoted to each other,

Strangely the western pattern can
be traroH hra "4" n

Brenaaa ia of th sport of kings.
He as driven his own colors at
harness tracks. He was, and still
msy be, member of the U. S.

powers over the trotting trieksliufi WMk 'J contribuuoa Is
He and Hoff. rlr'r. ilTwf wilu' Qrde." It discovera aa-

. . rosuiwg aag wex
raeinf fcuiMu. ;

Wo havg recently aatablished a RtjjionsJ offrce In
Panama for a laro United States erjanUstion. Our
expartdinx operations in Panama and the Zone ro-
quire the immediate employment of 2 men tn-
intaresUd in a well paying, part of full time posi-
ti on. No experience necessary. Guaranteed salary
' and commission. For particulars, writa HMC,
- Bx S299, Panama, R. P. - -.

TbV DOOled thojp ntn, t. In

fthe Jack O'Lantera Ledae' a

girl a camp, fat Eagle River, Wis-

"- j sere was ue northwest

em uu tmBanv la Hi. mart M

D. They bought and sold oil leasJ

ei. Ana mere were sundry other

reu estate projects.':
. Air thia the gevommoiw tea
men hav boon looidng into nd
hove ccaaieMtrf etumblod oror
investigator dispatched by th
Senate Select Committee on Cor.
rvpt Labor r Menegement Pree
tieea. f

If there Is a trial, raltine- nut

this indictment, H will p i c k sp
where a House mvettixatins mb.

mw iu on ia ueimn am.

JfouT years age. What tis trial
'jdoesa t bring fortli, the s a a t e

I aejrci cvminraee u ready to atk.
ii And one of the questions Hoffa re-

, rosea t asswer ta liij, oa a-

: Tire ec counsel.--was te a
s"aH toe busiaeas rfanixations.
proprietorship, partBersaipe, or

cwperaoons ia waies ae had a fl

vanciai mitltR. 1AU, Of COUm,
If the type of ejuisxiag which Beck

1 bow vMergotag.

rroea such queetioBiag and the

ailenee which probably will fcuow,
atber Federal ageneie will drtw
then legunks and, statistics.
History win new move from aa

electric ear te aa electric compa-l


nignunare ia relieved by a day.
dream named Dana Wynter.- .

uragoon weUs Massacre'1 has

in BMSKins.and U.S. Cavalry en engaged
gaged engaged in another battle of The Old

Cliche War .Betty Hutton's star,
rer, "Spring Eeunion,'.' is. a rom-

auuc iiaou suiubl for alcha

dism in, of all pUce a school for
jockeys. Mr. Dracula might find it
entrtaiiiing..,,Th Way to Gold"

gutters m aDots... "Jnnn j..

tie u a orignt and breezy British
lark. ..,Th Uad of What-Ho also
those jolly family spools patented
by Deal and Lucy. .."Zombies of

w' ra iau u what you prob prob-v&SZ!
v&SZ! prob-v&SZ! ,,nrel, terjr: Who

ue pjotf -.?.
The Alrtstetrsts: ,"CU T
Freeom- wes norretod skill,
fwily by Cherlos Van Doron, Ho
eenveys Intelligonce wfthout act.
ing Mk n. Intelloctuel. Mots
Hart and Cleveland Amory fw
livonod The AmeHcen erwm
rtm the&r aly palaver. Prvs-traH-)
was written alt ever AaV
lol Sterenaon's fo on "Moot
th f ress" wtew his roapanae to
aSingy evary was jntorruptod
7 the final commercial.. NBC
Jghts up when Prof. Cpget avti
MHn lilt on fir. Abb Lea ia
a mlghty attractive flame, tee..
ABC's "Medical Herltoaie" fcl
Net whet th doctor ardorod. It
"- ate you tie not rt4
Mhta Wwh te mak anetemr
antereaHng .Beb H ape's Utoot
ene was ee of hie awrir
pranks, eapecialhr rh feel do rol
whw ShoUoy Wkntor .CBS'a
Cemere Throe- la aKghtty ro ro-ierkabe.
ierkabe. ro-ierkabe. Make ptry reeding
downright entor1airBrig...CI-jm
eme end eomls go, but
Jack -Benny eonfinuos rtcfinf
fcigh, Wbyf Baavte bis etwfl ia


Wms,' "Orpheus Descending" had

an 8-weex run. He is the most suc-

cessxut playwright and he's lath
ered more ducts than clicks .

Dame Sybil Thorndike's comment

explains what makes an actress an

actress; ine sue of tne role nev
er mattered to me -4 but 1 do n.

joy being on most of the time".

oopnia iMim s weaitn comes trom
the 1200,000 sue made (based on

her average earnines) -irom 35

movies. Most made in' Itaiv where

taxee are lows .. Director Kazan

wanted hiS "JBabVoU'' atar Car

roll JUaker to gam 20 lbs. for 'that

role. ne refused, her nitty figure
" jnw;i i"elt. Gadgel .ifou
ail right?, '. .Some actors have

steaoy.. jods. csry Grant, for in in-stance,
stance, in-stance, -Toe iTide and the Pas

su)" is Cary's 50tn tucker. Wi

Anna Magnam rescned acting star
dom via the night cluo. singing

route. Her specialty was siniui
songs. -, .Vw aiuts,; wno bngni-

ens the soon-due "beau James
picture, quit iiouywooo in oespair
soma years aso and became a

acnoolmarm. '. Dorotny anay.

whu opens at the i-iaza in a tew

eves, uopes 10 open' her own night;
club, bo she can name it hnay

When, vr"t8 :v ',.--.-,.;..(,


tune s siiocaer aooUt uaiiaukoei-

drugs:' out ot guo persons wno
guiped tne piiis tiw nan unhappy
reactions: serious skin, '.stomacn

anu lueiuat uiaturoances...Auan.

uc, tne tail loreneao magazine,
feature 4iumpnrey .uogart iue

ness.oo its cover. An eay salutes

nis mieuectuai ana ideaiutic qua
llUes..Jivery Tom, Dick and Har

ry. can tax a now. cosmopoutan
reveais tnat the American mala is
"the richest,,, oiggest and health

iest" 01 sit trouser wearers. (,

Mademoiselle s thought provoker

u "ine Maturity Myth." ah of us

it argues, ,Javr certain childiah

traits. Grownups never, -really
grow up,. In Town and Country
the unwed Else Maxwell comes out

boldly in fsvor of love and mar

riage. VThe FBI, a Pictorial
Report" is an excitinc testimoniel

to j. agar Hoover and Co..

Page 31 details the Leoke surrend

er. .Picture Week la ton in ail.

verlining sporting. Tells you how

te a winning horseplayer. (End of

norieiauga.j,- v r

to The Pr Box: Playwright Arth

ur juuier piasted the State Dept.

ana accused, n of curtailing Jh

truth. The unt Mr. Miller who

must stand trial for contempt f

Congress for refusing to divulge
the truth .to one of its committees

..Incredible aa It seems, one col

umnist argued that Alger Hiss'

guilt is still in doubt The decisive

factor in Sinatras libel suit a

gainst Look for its series about

his career: He frequently has con

fided tnit n sickens htm te think
that his children might read un

true stones about him. .It was
critic George Jean Nathan, who
Said 'of Ezio Pinza (after!: the
"South Pacific" premiere): -''He

haa taken the place of Hot Springs,
Saratoga and hormone injections

ior au tne old boys in town"..
News Item: "Isaac Gellis has

perfected a kiss-proof, no garlic aft
er breath salami". .Music Cue:
"Arrividercl, Aroma!"


eric Match and his wife (stars' of
Long Day'a Journey") are also a.

iiiung tne iucxy angels who backed
it. They invested $6,400. .Pat O' O'Brien's
Brien's O'Brien's considering his first play

i. jreara. inm ririp. "i ,111.1 Mtf.

scle''. .The, a, Broadway auto

graph hounds .report that the hard,
est signatures to get are Garbo'e.

Marcaret sun van'. c

Tracy's. w .Perfect Timing: s The

Mtevepost's story, this x week von

nero iscore, ue Clevelsnd pitch
er. whose eve In-iurv muti L.i'

lines al' over the 48. .The Msdi Msdi-son
son Msdi-son Avenue crowd's newest phrsse
to find out if someone's in the

a pusmess: "rut it on? a train
,nl,e u tt ge(t 00 at WestportI"
. The song Nat (King) Cole sings
5? ,r,t romntic movie, "China
Gate." is the last written by Victor
Young. .Peter Dl L, .fh ..j

producer of ''Beautiful JsUer" op

.iSf1 we Actor's Plsyhouse, put
8,000 in it. His savings as a plumb-





WASHINGTON Here's a tip

to the Senate committee- probing

labor and manasement rackets:

Take a look at the cancellation of

the Parmalee bus contract in Chi


You will find that after 102

years of .hauling passengers and

oageage Between railroad termi

nals in Chicago, Parmalee sudden suddenly
ly suddenly lost out to a Chicago trucker

named jonn ft-eesnm.

How did Keeshin upset the con

tract?; He had no bus or taxi
drivers working for him at the

time. How was he able to satisfy

the railroads that he could take 0-

ver this important transfer opera


That, of course, is for the Sen.

ate committee to find out. But

here are some important elues

pointing to the answer

Clue No. l on psge 469 of the

House r investigation of Welfare

funds, and racketeering Nocem-

Haffa, head of Midwest teamsters,
testified he had borrowed IS 000

from Keeshin without interest, col

lateral, c promissory note. They

were good mends.

Cluo No. t Keeshin took Par

malee bus drivers both away from

Parmalee and away from Hoffa 's

Arls Teamsters Union, and signed

tnem un with an mdeoendent : u

nion, the ."Chicsgo Truck Drivers.

Chauffeurs and Helpers Union, Lo Local
cal Local 705." Rough, tough J i m n y

LHoifa is not ene to let drivers

leave his union easily. He dees
not tolerate rsids. He doesn't like
to lose union membership. But in
this case he let his men join an

independent : union, j Friendship

with Jieesmn seemed more impor
tant thsn union membership.

ciue no. j The contract Kee

shin signed "with the independent

union called for about 20. cents an
hour lower pay thsn the AFL
Teamsters scale in Chicago. The
contract also called for about IS
cents an hour less than the men

had been getting from Parmalee,

Yet Hoffa did not fight- against

tms inferior contract for his
teamsters.'-', .r-:-.

Club No. 4 In tha files of the

Northwestern RR, you will find a

memo dated July 29, 1955 from

.r. Mewara, assistant general

passenger agent, advising that

Keeshin had a aix-year labor con

meant increasing evidence1 Hoffa
would carry out his no stria a
So the railroads ditched Parma Parmalee
lee Parmalee and signed up with Keeshin.
There was another factur, iMtnw

iv, that Hugh tross, chairman of
the Interstate Commerce Commis

sion in Washington, intervened

with two railroad heada tin behalf

of Keeshin. Subsequently he had
to resign for a conflict of interest.
However, the main point to be
noted is the manner in w h 1 c h
friendly labor leaders can permit
one business group to outbit an
other,: how labor can be Vdliver
ed". te one employer or the other
almost as if it were slave labor.

,. . 1 -I. 1


. '' :' ""
. I'M

tract before he engaged 'a. single
employe and two months before

he started to haul baggage and

passengers ior tne railroads.

Clu No. S In the files of the

aanta r e n you wiu find a let
ter, June 28, 1955, from E. W,
Say lor, director of Santa Fef per

sonnel, atating: Air. jteesmn a-

gain assured, the committee- that
boUVEd Fenner. head of Drivers

Union.. Local ,705 (the independent

union ana james ttotfa.v. ; had

assured &eeshin of their, coooera

tion. .snd further atated th.v

Lwouia oe giao to meet with the

railroad committee and give- them

weir persons! assurance." ;u -'

Clu No. 6 In the files of tha

New York Central RR you will

nnd a letter, Jan. 15, 1955, from
J. L. Keeshin stating that "James

iiona assured me of every cooper

a tion of maintain complete har

mony in order to have a satisfac

tory service available at all
times." : :.-.;.'; -v.,
In brief, the railroads were look looking
ing looking for stable labor relations; Kee-

snin nan assurances from the
most powerful labor leader in th

midwest, Jimmy Hoffa, that rela

tions would -h stable even
though his Teamsters joined a dif different
ferent different union snd worked ofr less
money than his AFL Teamsters.
The railroads probably didn't
know Hoffa was such an Intimate
friend of Keeshin's that he h a d
borrowed $5000 without aecurity.
Or, If they did, it would have

New Teamafer Alliance? John
L. Lewis is trying to tske advan advantage
tage advantage of the Teamstera' erisia t

form a new labor organization. He

nas sounded out the Teamsters a.
bout pulling out of the AF CIO
and joining his Mine Workers in

a rival organization. -Lewis .hss
not talked directly with Team Team-ater
ater Team-ater chiefs Dave Beck and Jim mv

Hoffa, but has been in touch with
them indirectly. He has also .in-,
vited the racket-ridden Longshore Longshore-men's
men's Longshore-men's Union to participate in the
new labor" movement.
VW".Y Cngrasman from North
Carolina Soma people eongra eongra-tulated
tulated eongra-tulated Graham Barden of North
Carolina, onetime vigorous nnno.

nent of the school bill, for appar-
ently turning Into an enthusiastic

cnampion. garden, chairman nf

the House Education ; Committee,
first offered to hold .. Committ
session all day, every dsy, and -'
Saturdays too, to get the bill ba. :

fore the full House membership
for a vote. As a result and without
lengthy, hearings, it passed .the,
committee. - t-Jc

However, there waa a methml

in the wily Barden's madeness, H

figured if the school bill came up
for a vote before the economy bill
had lost its team, jit would be de- -feated.
, v i t

Ik Flinches President Elaon.

hower gets so jittery over Senat
opposition that he considered ap- '"
pointing Amdassador Charles Boh--

en as a special diplomatic advi

ser to Adm. Felix Stumn. the Pa.

cific commander, in order to avoid
a fight over Bohlen's transfer to
the Philippines., Senator -- Bridges
had threatened privately to battle
Bohlen's nomination, and Ike fig figured
ured figured he could make Bohlen a i s
specisl diplomatic trouble shooter
in the Pacific without Senate con.
firm a tion. He was finally convinc convinced
ed convinced Bohlen would sail through the
Senate in a breeze. y
;oiPLOMATicj6ucrl;;;, (
Only one top Stat' Department :
official is still vigorously opposed
to letting American newsmen into
Red China: Walter Robertson, As-
sistant Secretary for the Far East.

The issue has become go hot, in in-siders
siders in-siders say.-that Robertson mav

resign. .A U.S. Intelligence re report
port report estimates 88 per cent of Rus-

sia s iong-range bombers are now
based above the Arctie Cire!

There can be only one resson for
this: quickest rout to the U.S.A."
ia over the North Pole, v .British ;
experts are amszed at Russi's lat latest
est latest anti-tank cannons captured dur
ing the fighting in Egypt. They
ssy it's the finest in the world for

its size. . .Undersecretary Her. :
ter has serious misgivings now a-"
bout the aid deal between the U-
nited States and Poland. Thou eh

the amount of aid,' mostly surplus
wheat, cotton snd oil, has been"
rsised to $90,000,000 the Poles sr 8

still not satisfied. American nero-'

tiators and Herter are so mad at
the Poles they are now threaten,
ing to esO it all off.

aln'a choice to represent her in
; the International contest to find
the world's ideal air hostesa is
38-year-old Margaret Sheffield.
A stewardess with British
Overseas Airwayt, ah, will
compete with other nations
' representatives In a contest to
be held ia th United States in
, connection with th 30th anni anniversary
versary anniversary of Undbergh'a solo,
transatlantic tight. May 20-21.
1127. ;

4 H

Inucsff as vcu earn-

iDid you know there art over 140 Mutual 1
Investment Funds most of which hart '.:!
: plans which enablo yOu to invest period
ically aj'L'tde or as much as you wish ow i
of current income so you eta imvut atf.. j:
In some Mutual Funds you caa invest aay
. amount you m-ish, whenever you wiih -.
without I formal plan.
Yoar money mill be invested by rroVeaC
sional mans rrg who assume all problems
of securiry aelectioa and supervision.
er nmpUtt dHi!t, pf-4f writ 4r
Bex 4111 Psaama, B. P. TeL Pan. 1-7011


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rHA Figures Show US Homes
Large r, ; C o st lier In 1956





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fisONE;, TWO,iTHREE, FOURHoney.'a Pennsylvania black bear, snapping like a first sergeant, tries to get hef fourth oub ;
r.V W'lln'iin t the Glenwood Park Zoo in Erie, Pa, ,The cubs, no, 3V4 months old, are Honey's second set ol quadruplets in
'r:V&Wtvkmn,:Aieeor$int 'to experts,' triplets are a rarity tot bears, and quadruplets are practically a phenomenon-- 'vjv.


Arkansas River Overflows Its Banks;
Oklahoma City Becomes Ghost Town'


TULSArOkla.rMay 20 fUf).

ma ArKnnsas Kiver pourea over

its banks today turning aixoy,

Okla., lntd a' ghost town, t:

5 Negro Prisoners
Escaps County Jail
In Elevator; :

KANSAS CrTYV'Md.f May 20'
(UP) Five '''mighty bad" Negro

prisoners' escaped from the; litn

floor Jackson County jail m an e-

levator' yesterday after locking
nearly 20 jailers' in a sweltering
hot steam pipe room so they could
not' sound an alarm. ; I

" Th trustees, guards and a ma-

.. iron were left to seat in 104 degree
- ; heat in a steam 'pipe room after
- they' pleaded not to bd shut In a
refrigerator. " .-
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" The break occurred 't 1:15 a.m.
' but it was not .discovered until po police
lice police officers-went to the Jail to find

out whjr the telephone was-not be-

. ingnswered f'.'
: thMrlff ArvM Owsl af Jack Jack-:
: Jack-: ten Caunty blamed th ascap a
tha carUsf n of ; th ailrs.
, Ha said natf them opened a
coll mrhilo by-himself in viola-;
tieii f jail r0ulatlentJ v tv

- Two thv escapees '

rested. lew hours later-while rid riding
ing riding in' style? in- a taxicab. Owsley

4 said- altf were j r mighty-bad, ? all
. lonjj-terroer: knd all. heavily arm arm-:
: arm-: ed., sr.'tf f,;'-:.?"! '('"'.
The escapees ovBroowered the

M jail staff with ; an', ice-pick ,like
f 4 weapon fashioned .from wire .rip

ped from 1 mop handle. ,
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, Captured were Bobert La von

Brewer, 30, : sentenced for burg burglary,
lary, burglary, and. Charles Beasley, 23, -be

ing neia tar leaerai authorities on

bnt burglvy charge. v ;.

i Still ftt large were Emanuel An-
drews, alias Leroy Andrews, 28, a
previous trouble maker at the. jail
who was awaiting transfer to serve
a 20-year sentence for robbery; I I-aaac
aaac I-aaac Sanders, 23,' facing both state
and federal charges, and Eugene
Indian Joe "Walker. 30, being held
for burglary, larceny and robbery.
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They seized' riot-guns and pis pistols
tols pistols and rushed to a hallway where
they pressed an elevator button.
When the elevator arrived, they
.forced the -operator to take them

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ill own vi..t, i nivVi,

about 2C miie's south of Tulsa, fled

from the'r homes when the river

swept the' town with the .. worst

flood in its history. M"
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' Only handful of law enforce

ment "officers and civil', defense

workers remained in the commun community.
ity. community. They patroled the town in' 18-

foot boats." -'

Water o n e f o 0 1 deen poured

through the main residential sec

tion and parts of the business dis district.
trict. district. Forecasters said it would

rise three f fiet-more, f

About 50 houses were filled with

two to four feet of water a mile

north of B 1 x b y when v a y levee

broke.'-. 1. -: .t ..

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rraiKesca ae ocana iS r tes

Suicide Twice In Two Hours

to the ground-floor and left.

3 emergency Iheitert
Evacuees were moved to' near

by communities or housed, in

emergency y shelters.

The Bisbv flood and a deenem

ing of the nver channel apparent

ly spareu xuisa from a maior irt

undation.i Instead of spillina into

Tulsa thr water- from : the swoDenl

river? poured 'Into the ? lowlands

downstreanw .v f&s ;

f ;The on'r section-of Tulsa threat threatened
ened threatened bythe flood was the low low-lying
lying low-lying area within three blocks of

the river -on the- southwest aide

of the city. t : j;- fi K
.Wamed Of Floedlnt

- Weather v B-u r e a u forecasters
warned of-the possibility of severe

flooding along more than 50 miles

ot the Arkansas River from Bixby

to the mouth of the verdigris Riv

er. 10 miles northeast, of Musko

gee, O.Kla. This: .flooding may, oc

cur as tne river crest moves down

stream tomorrow and Tuesday.

the. weatner Dureau said.. ;

The Arkansas ;' crested bere at
1.4 feet above the 19-foot flood
stage. If the 25 to 26-foot crest

f i r s t predicted had developed,

hundreds of homes would have

been damaged with a loss in the

minions ot dollars. t
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Welcome E. Wilson, civil de

fense regional-administrator, said

yesterday the Southwest as
a whole has expert enced its
"greatest natural disaster" from
floods and tornadoes .this spring.
He placed a damace estimate -of

130 million dollars on ,tne three-

stato area of Texas, Louisiana
and Oklahoma -T
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Nine -deaths were blamed on the

recent violent weather in Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma which included bail and tor tor-nadip
nadip tor-nadip wind?, ..v.-i.- ;

.;. MEXICO CITY, May. 50 (UPJ

Blonde actress trancesca ae

Scaffa attempted suicide twice
within two hours Saturlay- night
and early yesterday in a fit of

dtspondency over a furore, involv

ing Confidential magazine and her

indictment as a -contributor to it.

Physicians reported the 25-year-i

old former wife of actor cruce

Cabot was in no danger.

Her huEband of two months,

Mexican bullfighter Jaime. Bravo,

said the Italian actress topk an
overdose lot sleeping pills about

10:30 Saturday night. He summon
ed an ambulance and- she receiv

ed emergency treatment, in h e r

bedroom. ,-'
' J Slashed Her Wrists

Two hours later. Bravo said.

she went into her bathroom and

slashed her wrists with a razor

blade, cutting ( two-inch-long

gasnes 'nnerr uesn.
. Bravo raid he rushed, her by
car to a hospital for emergency

treatment She collapsed and was

brought r h 0 m e by ; ambulance

under the care of her physician,

Bravo said his wife .'was: de

pressed l.'Ovefv "crtiel'f atta'ckl
iginat;W.i'-r i-:vf
i A'-Loa, AnVeles County? Grand

jury tasHweanesaay .1 n o 1 c 1 e a
Confidential : magazine': and '.nine

individuals, tf including Jttiss ae
Scaffa, on 1 'grounds of criminal

libel. Miss, de Scaffa -was accused
of 1 providing the'magazine with

material aDOUty'ine private uvee
of Hollywood stars. ? f

sne aeniea ine cnarges -ana-aaiu

yesterday tnat sne -nerseu. naa
been defamed by the. magazine

in an article last September. She

said she never went through with

a suit against the magazine De De-cause
cause De-cause tot !'legal v and. financial

difficulties," r A 1

'' i.vJTrlpi Te- Spain-'

Miss de: Scaffa- said 'the -and her

husband1 had been planning a trip
to Spain and. would fiaterw return

to the Unitrt" states .to await me

birth 'Of a baby, she,said ;ahK is

expecting. -
Rnvn raid the had collapsed

from, -nervous tension after,, lunch

yesterday.'-,!,: '.vf .-, "'
: "The Mexican sxress has. been

treating ner very cruelly, he said.

"One newspaper cauea ner a

DornoBraDherm'. She- has been

attacked not oniy un iconnecuon

with the Confidential magazine
charges ; but also on the matter
of the recent robbery"-of her
jewel and the' fact" the Interior

Ministry nas oeen putting pres

sure on ber -to leave the country
because ner marriage to me was

Bravo said. ; t v. "v ;. i

A few months ago. A number

of Miss de Scaffa 'a jewels were
stolen but were recovered by
police who said, they -were sus suspicious
picious suspicious of some aspects of .the

case. ' i-

Miss An, Snnffft Van aM .iha

planned to, return to Los Angeles

ana "uace tne people" in, connec

tion with her indictment and to

defend her honor and reputation

which she said had suffered -as
a result of the .-publication's

article oout ner,

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principality of Liechtenstein.
honors gymnastics, in a fourth1, d
series of postage stamps depict-,
tot aporta. Typical, atamptj ..
above, show a performer on thai, :
flying rings (top) and a gym4
past vaulting a horse ; J v;

' WASHINGTON, May 20 (UP)-

The typical home buyer who took
out Min FHA mortage last year
borrowed about $11,000
That represented about 86 per
cent of the total cost of the home,
flie typical purchase fplanned to
pay off bis; note in' about 25

years at a monthly rate of $81.70.
These and other characteristics
of, last 'year's FHA' home buyer
were revealed by -FHA Com mis mis-sioner
sioner mis-sioner Norman P. Mason'. H e drew
this picture of the 1958 FHA mor mortage
tage mortage home buyer: t

, tHis averages income was just

over e,uw a year.
His new home was bieeer in

floor, spare thanrthe f average for

me previous year. : :
He was more likely to. have a
garage. .
The number Of rooms in his new

house: remained' about the same

as in 1955 a 5V4 rooms, three of
which were bedrooms.
. Mortages ,were s taken out by

persons r ranging ,in salary from

$2,500 to $15,000 or more a year.
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ywpiK. ui nu incomes,

luaauu saia.v. At

Mason s averaee buver MmH

10 per cent more in 1956 than the

previous year. Of i; his total earn

ings,. i.o per cent -went for hous

mg expenses This represented i

siigni oecune nvtr 1955 in the

ouaget allotted for living quarters
.This monthly expense was fiv.

"red by the FHA at almost $105.

It Included utilities and mainten maintenance
ance maintenance and the like as well as mort mortgage
gage mortgage payments,
The typical FHA 'valuation placed
on the new house was more than
$13,000 reflecting the; trend toward
more expensive homes-being built
by contractors.
Adding to the cost of the total
value was a 16 per cent climb in
land values, . m.

The. FHA said the price of i the!

a.ciagc uuiue sue; in iao was
about $1,900. This represented 14
per cent of the total -appraisal for
mortage purpose.



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kaofry reld-kaofry Db Krhoe a. naa wb ca.rrted bell
In bis "str... svarrertnr acroee the
prairie landing with flb and Hnw hi the
b,ttMt western ever snadc! See -THE .KING

AND root QCEE-S with Clark Gal!,
Eleanor Parker, Jean Wlllea, Barbara NirtteU
an Sar 5hane, In technicolor and in in-mSrT,
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Panama Aufb;S.
Jose Fee. de la, Ossa Ave. 45
f .. uox 1913, Panama .-.
. .-. .Tela. 3-3050 3-4784

One ct the essential of wis

ning bridge la to be able to-put

yourself, in your partner's place

and visualize tne problems tnat

may t)e conlrontinz Mm. t The

following hand bid by Captain

tiaroia c. iecic uojnk iKetireai

of Tucson Ariz, and Captain
Wesley A. Wright, JJSN at the
YokosOka Naval Base, Japan, 11-

iuairapea ima point. .-

nai iriecK a opening apaaa- Dia

was tnlnimum in high, cards but

wnen nam wrignt responded
with two diamonds Hal could

find only one satisfactory rebid.
In spite of holding only 12 points
In high cards he raised to three


Now Ham had a real problem.

He had a, tremendous hand but

he aia not hold an ace. He want

ed to bid' four no-trump but

there waa a fly In the ointment

- his partner dia not have to
hold three aces. With two aces,
the response to his four no no-trump
trump no-trump bid would be' five hearts

and they would be overboard.

A particularly bad fate for two

avy captains. ,

a neart or club bid might be
taken to show the ace rather

than the king and queen.' -Captain
Wright decided on -the sim

ple bid of five diamonds.
- Now Captain' Fleck dM what I

mentioned at the start "of the
article. He put himself in his

partner's place. Duplicating his

partner's reasoning, he decided
his partner wanted him to bid
the -slam If 'he held three -aces

and since he did he went ahead
and bid it &

There would have teen no

trouble making the slam In any
event but West made things easy

by opening the ace ot hearts.
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Reds Say Jev; Sleep
Trealmenf Restored
Dog's Sex Inslincl
MOSCOW, May, 20 (tJP)-A So Soviet
viet Soviet scientist claims that artificial

sleep treatment may reduce senili

ty symptoms among aged animals,
including restoration of ther .. sex sexual,
ual, sexual, instinct. - j
Writing in .the:, "literary i g a z z-zette,"
zette," z-zette," Professor S.- Braines de described
scribed described an experiment with 15-year-old
dog which was m a state
of total senilityj

After three months treatment

"many symptoms of senility dis disappeared,
appeared, disappeared, .Motor activity twa restored,-
muscle tone of the extrem

ities was raised, movement he he-came
came he-came co-ordinated and a down ap appeared
peared appeared in spots where hair had
fallen.out." f -.'
The sexual rl nit i net was
sradually rettered and, has. been
preserved until now," Brainea

The professor said h liart aUn

induced premature senility in mon-

aeys oy over-straining their main
nerve processes in the' brain cor cortex,
tex, cortex, and had then eliminated "the
condition by artificial sleep.
Braines cautiounlv suul,....i thit

the same type of treatment might

uc oppucaoie to numan beings but

inmueu oui inai many other fac
tors were involved. iS

He said "normal sleep1' in com combination
bination combination with' other measures

mignt prevent premature aging..
At the same, time Braines an an-.
. an-. nooneed the eitebliihment ef a
longevity institute in Moscow'
which would eerry out a conceit.
tratod study of Hie problem of
old ago geriatrics.
Soviet medicine s 'devoting .Itt .Itt-creasing
creasing .Itt-creasing attention "tn th

Jems and a; scientific commission
is making1 a. study and census of
persons over 100 years old f now

uving trr uie oovier union,'


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Competition of the Swiss Official
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Movadoheadt the list in the wrist chronometer class
Movado breaks all records for performance regu regu-larity
larity regu-larity of wrist chronometer

Movado is awarded the "Prix de Serie" for the four

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Movado-achieved these triumphs irt ;.';;
competition with the greatest names
in, watch ma king. Such victories art
alt the more remarkabfe 'in that, for -the
first, time, they have been won
by wrist watches' possessing .-anti-
magnetic regulating units with Nivaf f
rox hairsprings and balances similar
to thdse used in MOVADO's regu- f
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MONDAY, MAT 20, 195T


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2 A group of Canal Zone Pilots and their wives all enter enter-tain
tain enter-tain this evening at a no-host dinner party at the .Fort
kmadorOHIceOpen Mess in honor of Mr. and Mrs. A M.
Fancette of South Carolina who are visitini here and stay stay-n
n stay-n at the Tlvoll Gnest House.
vesterdav the Faucettes were guests of Gov. and Mrs.
: Wiltom e7 Potter at an after-cburch brunch held at the
r,Tfr0Suatte0 counsel for the Senate fost Office and
rivrrserV? Committee which shortly will consider Plan.
Tr! The Faucettes are planning to sail Wednesday on tha

S.S. Ancon for New xori.

Retirement Pf1
Planned for To Master
J- A retirement party being
planned for Captain "F
-.crickson. Senior Master of the tug
Gatun, one of the Old Salts 01
itdThere will be a
much as you can eat,, and drinks,
as much as you like.
t, Vbr reservations, contact Gil G.
Rowe, at 2-1644; E. W. Macfeuie
l j-1745 Capt. Harry Lacey 2-1562;
S or Capt. Lambert Kat, 2-1434.
Vacationist Returning
. On Aneon Today
"Miss Olive Brooks of Panama
City is among the passengers ar-
. ', th ss Ancon today. Miss

5 Brooks has been vacationing in the
States for several weens.
Governor and Mrs. Potter
. u--t. Sunday Brunch
X Maj. Gen. William E. Potter.
Governor of the Canal Zone, and
I Mrs. Potter were nosis yraww
at a Branch nononng aij.
I-j'm,. Tni T. Heath and Brig.
t Gen. and Mrs. E. W. Napier who
noon to leave me tanucau
' Command.
! Ft. Coliek NCO Wives
Hold Sewing Social
t The Ft. Gulick NCO Wives Club
J a "Do It Yourself Sewing Social"
) recently at the NCO Club. Each
I member modeled her costume,
I with first prize going to Mri. Candy
! Gardner and second to Mrs. Betty
A'otr ...A greoteit'iHtmt in
4eoforcnl$ bring yo
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1 Slick Deodoroal
It' snore economical! The
handy awivel case gives you
more deodorant for your money
. it's easy to use up to the
very end. With one quick stroke
ODO-RO-NO wipe away un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant odor and checks perspi perspiration
ration perspiration an day 1 Try ODO-RO-NO
la the elegant new swivel case
U . as handy as your lipstick.
. the deodorant wtthevt o duhl

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f i . .j. f 1 u i '1 diction war American ors, tne
I u .", 1 v ' ' ' -? "J IT "V x l I' climate her-U far different from
' St" ll ; .," -", ' ;t-;.V' ib kilUi SI 1 lii" i Japanese pf ocurator's o f 1 1 c e
! I ,m-.: t ..fWih Hit' J M 1 ,Mt dieted U.S.-Army
I I ri i -v v t ' 5 V'V W tVa'l! Il h ,S. s3rd CU.-s William S. Girard, of
I 1 5 "" 1 r. -S- VV V.V! .il.V -1 Ottawa, .TBi oa charges of msn-
t.' ' '".' ,-3'.,;"' C i'fc 't -lalauBhter In the firinB ranee

I?. '-: O.CI7AO l.07At
Movies of the Monterrey Penin
sula were shown the group by SI t
Joseph Hirn along with a very in
terestine commentary.'
Mrs. Olivia Upp was. a guest for
the evening.
Members attending were Mes Mes-dames
dames Mes-dames Candy Gardner, Gilberta
Brown, Josephine Orsini, Louise
Sanderson, Frances Gilbert, Irm-
gard Morrison. Katherine Killip,
Viola Hirn, Veda Van Pelt, Hester
Hartley, and Betty Townsend.
Hostesses were Mrs. Candy
Gardner, Mrs. Louise Sanderson,
Mrs. Frances Gilbert, and' Mrs.
Irmgard Morrison.
Sisterhood To Hold
Benefit Card Party
A benefit card party will be held
by tne sisternood &ol Shearith Is
rael Thursday, at 2 p.m. at the
Community Hall on 36th and Ave
nida Cuba.
For reservations call Mrs. Doris
de Lima, 3-2608. Tickets are $1 per
person, including refreshments and
door prize.
Bring your own cards and score
Auxiliary Unite
Installs New Officers
At a combined installation of of
ficers of Post No. 3 and Auxiliary
Unit No. 3, Nathaniel J. Owen, held
recently, Mrs. Frances Gilly, de-
pauuiem president, installed tne
toiiowing Auxiliary ofifcers:
Maude Lawrence, president; Ann
micnenDaugn, ist. vicepresident;
Mary Sparling2nd. vicepresident;
Winnefred Comoton. Chanlain'
Ruth Shirk, historian; Ernestine
oarceieno, sgt. at arms; and Shu Shu-ley
ley Shu-ley Ney, secretary.
Ruth Shirk, the outgoing president,
was presented a beautiful ceramic
centerpiece by her unit members.
A huffat dinner arvA hv tha
TW and Auxiliary tallowed the in-
Models Chosen
For Fashion Show
Models to display the attractive
summer resort clothes at the Fort
Clayton Officers' Wives' Club
Fashion Show on June 3, have
been .chosen and are being coach coached
ed coached in the art of modelling to
make the affair a success. Fash
ions will be from the House of Fel
ix Maduro.
Selected to model are: Mn-
dames Charles W. Clover, Elmer
Grubbs, George L. Silva, Joe H.
Jaggers, John Porter, Joseph R.
Walton, and HusseU W. Heckinger.
Also Lt. Col. Dave Ramsey, Capt.
bod Keinke, Lt. Graven Wlnsiow
and 2nd. Lt. Don Minlfie.
The Commentator is to be Mrs.
Francis R. Lewis and the Pianist,
Mrs. Claudius A. Beall, Jr.
Tower Club
To Hold Dinner Dance
The Tower Club. Couples Club
of the Cathedral of St. Luke, An
con, will bold a dinner dance at
the Fort Amador Officers' Open
Mess on Saturday, May 25, begin beginning
ning beginning at 7:30 p.m. This will be the
closing activity of the Club year.
Members may make reservations
with Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Gerhardt
at Panama 3-3422.
Col. E. A. Clove
Honored At Despedida
Dr. and Mrs. Rolando L. Chanis
m of Old Panama, entertained at a


LImmm, 9.00 ami 10 '.. m
despedida for Col. Edward A.
Cleve, Chief of Infernal Medicine
at Gorgas Hospital, at their resi residence
dence residence yesterday evening.. Col.
Cleve .is to leave the Isthmus at
the end of the month for Fort
Dix, New Jersey, where he is to
be stationed.
Each ftotfee for inclusion in this
column should be submitted ia
typs-writtea form and mailed ee
tho box number listod. daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
y hsnd to the office. Notices' et
meetings cannot be accepted b
Rosary Altar Society
To Hold Monthly Mooring
The Rosary Altar Society of Sac
red Heart Chapel, Ancon, will hold
its regular monthly .meeting: Tues
day at 7:30 p.m. in the social hall
following recitation of the rosarv
Election of officers will be held
and all members are urged to at
tend. Refreshments will be served
following the business meeting.
Club Card Croup
To Moot Thursday
The Card Group of the Balboa
woman's Club will bold .a meet
ing at 12 on Thursday, at the Tivoli
truest House, i
The following hostesses will ic
cept reservations: Mrs. Mary Ru
vie, Mrs. .riorenee JUipper.
e-avsm, aua Airs, kuu Bourgeois.
Newsmap locates Singapore,
which will enjoy internal self
government lor the first time
in 13S years when Britain re relinquishes
linquishes relinquishes colonial rule of her
Far Eastern naval base. To be
known as the Stat of Singa Singapore
pore Singapore once an elected parliament
is formed, a pledge Just signed
provide that Britain will re-,
tain control of foreign affairs'
and external defense.
Sill- ttl

Dnrirto Martha'a aepnnd term, in
the eignth grade she maintained1
third place on Us honor roil. This
rionor broght her another one au
appointment it class hisotiran-at
her graduation exercises.
i Her parents were delighted. They
praisea her as their clever girl and
told everyone they knew about how
how wonderful she was.
JN'ow neither of these school hon
ors really conferred bliss on poor
Martha. In the last busy weeks of
school, the class historian appoint
raent was a particular source of
strain and overwork. The night be
fore Martha's graduation, she
broke down under it. Nervously ex
hausted, she. burst into tears and
had to oe put to bed with a glass
oi not milk. .;
But her younger sister never reg
istered this reality. Her parents ov
erpraise ni Martha's glories had so
iocused her attention on the glories
that she was blind to the hard work
which had produced the glories.
Years later, still jealous, she will
cry out to Martha. "Don't tell me
you didn't love being Dad'a clever
girl? Why, you once cried'-your
head off because you hadn't made
top place on the honor roll. It was

Rightist Minority Government
Formed By Italy's Adone Zoli

ROME, May 20 (UP) Premier-
designate Adone Zoli has formed
a Christian Democratic minority
government to silve Italy's two-
week-old political crisis. .The unu
sual move indicated a government
shift to the right.
Zoli. year-old Christian Dem
ocratic party leader, presented
his 20-man cabinet to Italian
President Giovanni Gronrhi yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning.
The one party cabinet, without
a working majority in Parlia
ment, represents a sharp change
from the center party coalition
governments that have run Italy
for the past four years.
The new government includes
10 holdovers from the cabinet of
out-Bourn Christian Democratic
Premier Antonio Segni. Segni re
signed May 6 when the Social
Democrats pulled out of his co coalition
alition coalition government.
The number two post in &egni s
new government went to ex ex-Premier
Premier ex-Premier Giuseppe Pella,' who was
named foreign minuter and vice-
nremier. :. ,. ..-
The Pella nomination coupled
with Zoli's decision to go it alone

Legal Jurisdiction fOf GIs,
Dependents Hangs In Balance

TAIPEI. Formosa. May 1
rUPWlhe lesal jurisdiction over
thousands of American bi t ana
their ; dependents hung .in the
hnUni today while the United
States negotiated, a t a t u i of
forces agreement; with Nationalist
China. .-. '. ,'i ; ;. :
Informed sources said Gen.
Chiang Kai shek's government
would i like ; to aonclnde
signed with Japan. This would
type of accord the United States
a th Chinese the right to try
U.S. servicemen and dependents
for crimes committed off the post
and during off-duty hours.
The lumber of American
servicemen on Formosa isT classif
fied but the generally accepted
flour including dependents, is
thra : are connected with the
military advisory group which
has been training Chiang's armed
forctav'i..; .i-o ;.'.. !-u t. f
-i When i the military advisory
group ai rived six years "ago, the
United States and .Nationalist
China signed an agreement giving
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the night before "you v graduated
from grammar school..",

such resentment is bound to be
fomented between children when
we overpraise tneir acmevements.
Their bad feeling reflects our
mistaken values.
Had Martha's parents the moral
values that would, have enabled
them to praise the hard work be
hind her honors instead of the hon
ors themselves, her younger sister
would have valued the hard work
i In place of envy, she'd have felt
sympathy for her sister. Instead of
coveting her honors as favors hope hopelessly
lessly hopelessly remote from her, she'd have
seen them realistically for what
they wereresults also available
to her hard work.
In America we put much too
much value on the success of effort
It makes us all very nervous. No
body can possibly guarantee anoth
er the success of his effort whether
he's an insurance salesman start
ing out to sell a new policy or Mar
tha struggling to improve her
school, marks. When we put the
cart before the horse and glorify
her achievement of the honor roll
instead of her struggle, our confu
sion creates confusion.
It Produces rivalry, tension and
otner evil effects
indicated shift to the right
.jr. V' . ......
suuuiQ rarnament vote tne new
cabinet into office.
In Christian Democratic jparty
ranks, Pella stands to the right
of Zoli, a senator who was the
budget ; minister in .the out-going
government. ;
Rightist elements were silent On
whether they would, hack such
a one-party non-maioritv eovern-
ment. But the left-of-center par-
uesf inciuoipg biuseppe saragat s
Social Democrats, indicated they
opposed, uif iaea.
Installation of the Zoli govern government
ment government would mean continuation
of Italy's pro-Western foreign
policy. But the Zoli cabinet prob-
A K I ...... 1 .1 1. b X 1 i 1 .
auAjr wuuiu uvc to uinu useu
to a virtual "caretaker" role, in
view of t minority- status and
the approach of next year's gen general
eral general elections.
ZoU set May 29 as the day he
will present his government to
Parliament and called his- first
cabinet meeting tomorrow. He
faced confidence tests in both the
Senate and the Chamber of Den-
uties before formally taking the
reins c-t office. "(' ..-
membei.' the same diplomatic
immunity enjoyed by" U.S. .Em.1
suu stands.
In addition there have been
similar provisional agremeents
covering other Army; 'Navy' and
Air For; e r personnel that s have
coma to Formosa since that time.
' Some 600 Air; ForcV Personnel
coming here with the newly-
stationed U.S. Matador guided
missile unit will also: have, this
diplomatic immunity meaning
nave tne J rignt to try tne -tor
any crimes commited .here. ;
The initial agreement was orig
inally int ended to cover 1 only a
few hundred U. S. personnel The
otner similar accords are only
provisional and each time the
united States brings i a new unit
its status has to be negotiated
with -the Nationalists.:';-
The "United States ia anxious to
conclude a new agreement that
would cover all servicemen who

might be rushed here in a futurecausedtby 'sand jobbing iinst

Despite the fact that the Nation
alists wouM like some legal juris-
death f a Japanese woman last
January. t
action was taken on in

, struction from the Japanese Jus Jus-''
'' Jus-'' nee Ministry despite U.S. Defense

Secretary Charles E. Wilson's
order to the Far East Command
net to h.nd the soldier to Japs-
nesa auth.rities pending a conH
pttee rtview of the case.
t. ;
Wsik-Ei AtkUttt: Pe ThisU
CUnieaJ tosts with
Waning atklatio
mom tro that
Menana Powder pnmnta nuey miner
aaia vntattona Madicalod. atNertMM.
Gibs ctaaate aba let lecacr protae protae-boal
boal protae-boal rael nonrfimaola mm at nvoaat
aaaihar. Gat II mUyl

Bruised, Bandied : Denny Hooper Fights Pncunoinia;
Patient Prattles Proudly Over Entrapment In Well

(UP)-Seven-year-oid Benny Hoop
er lay bru'sed, bandaged and suf
fering from pneumonia in a nospi
tal oxygen tent today but prattled
about ins ?4-hour entrapment in .a
well "as if it were nothine."
Benny was pronounced out o
danger by three doctors who gave
him his first complete physical ex
animation since his rescue trom
the backyard well Friday night,.
"He's not a well boy," said Dr.
J. H. Kris. "He's still sick. But
last night be looked really sick
and- this morning ne was nappy.
He's comfortable, he's sleeping
and he's eating." -
" v 1 A,vif f
- Remain A Weolf,
.Kris sair" Benny "Was suffering
from "some degree of claustro
phobia." from being in an oxygen
tent, as well as from his terrify terrifying
ing terrifying experience in the well shaft.
Benny was expected to remain in
the hospital about a week. .
The. b'oy's sister, Wendy, 6., and
narents. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Hooper. Sr., offered prayers of
thanksgiving at church tnis morn
ing, for. Benny's rescue. Benny,
meanwhile, played with toys sent
him by well- wishers in the tiny
Bavview Hospital where ne was
rushed exhausted .and half frozen
Friday night.. a 4 .
"I fee) better," Benny said with
a smile when he awakened .at
10:30 a.m.
His nutte, Mrs. Fanny Hasen-
auer, sat beside his .bed for a
morning chat., she said he tauced
about his brush with death "as if
it were nothing."
Jumped Across Well
Eennv' told his nurse he had
jumped arross the backyard well
his father was digging to provide
water lor ,the; famuy strawberry
patch. v
"i jumped across it before, but
this time I went down." Benny
told his nurse. "My father put .a
rone down ; to pull me up but
couldn't ho!d on to the rope."
Benny said he cried out for his
father and mother as soon as he
had plunged into the 25-foot well.
The boy plight drew nation
wide attention. During his 24
hours in the well, hundreds, pf per
sons gathered at the Hooper home
In Oxygon Tent
Bennv was: taken to the hospital
and placed in an oxygen tent -immediately,
in an effort to ward
off pneumonia. But he developed
a spot on his right' lung anyway
late yesterdays Hia'doctor, J.H.
Krisi., who had hovered, over the
own- administering oxygen mrouan
out Benny's ordeal, .was worried
about tiie boy last nlgbt when bis
temperature hit loz.a iiegreeso
But it leu to io- oegrees. vu
morning."';. "-'?." 't;; '!.:.;'"'
Th hir'i first eomnlete physl
cal examination 'was performed
by Kris, hospital ..director vr.
Frank alabrp and internist Dt
William wouins.'' s J
He is in no danger and mere
is no cansf for ".alarm,": tne aoc-
"Rennv is suffering from simple
inflamation Of the right lung, the
smaller tube leaning to the lungs
and the sinuses."
No -Internet Inlufios
TVolilns "rho is doing- research
at the Atomic Energy Commie
sion's Brootthaven ; auonai r id id-oratories,
oratories, id-oratories, said Benny, suffered no
internal in Juries. .:,.-. i ; ....(-...
' An XtHY fpefiaUst, Dr Larry
L. Allen,' examined X-rays of Ben
nv'a inn vasterday. New X-rays
were taken today; and still more
pictures .will be taken tomorrow
to determine now enny
mg out in his fight : against the
infiammanons. ; .
' Rennv's hDner arm and right
side were bandaged because
nf what Calabro called "brush
burnl." .KrU.sald the burns were
tne Doy wim -
VHe's a i food little paUent,,
vrim fM fHit snirits v are good.
Tt la very cooDcrative with "the
torfvrt nV nurses, and he asks
for food end drink when he wants
Kris said the boys jnjunes were
it.;' ... :J :'
Iniurios Normal
.. .1-' ,..' ..,...';
"If he didn't have Aese thingsi
it would be a miracle,'' ns saw.
Kris said Benny suffered some
tenderness in his left shoulder at
the end of the collarbone as. a
result of oeing trapped in an awk awkward
ward awkward position in the well.
Am unidentified man appeared
at Vria office this morning with
a S60 lontribution to help defray
the medicvl expenses for Benny,
duu father is a truck driver.
His mother works as a telephone
operator. Kris said ne wouia give
the money to tne pren. s
rolicemen chipped in to give
Beany a to? antesnebile and
daughters ei a co-worker of his
father's left a rmiile game for
him at the hospital. ..
Drcms!ixl I '-irray
DI:jAIAc3 0I9I
OTPORD. Enslsnd. Msy JO
(UP) Professor Gubert uurray,
ststesman, dramatist and p e e t,
died here today at the age of Si-
He bad been ill for fi weeaa.
In 1928. Professor Murray was
Charles Eliot Norton prefessor erf
poetry at Harvard University.
Bora in Australia. Professor
Murrsv was nrofessor of Greek
at Oxford University from
118 -1

He was a humanist snj liberalise getanan.

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"Pitas tall your father
Aam. Artnur w. Radford, chair
man of the U. S. joint chiefs of
staff. saiu today he did not be
lieve Russia could be trusted to
carry nut ,an "open slues" oia
armament lfisnepnnn man.
"The Communists, have broken
.i.., -x-i .j. :il ; x
uieir wora wua every country
with ,which they v ever had an
agreement ", Radford said.
He mad( the statement to a re
porter urtort returning here from
a 24-day inspectioh tour of nine
South American countries. He' said
he was"very impressed" with the
defnese capabilities of some of the
nations he visited. '",is-i-":
Radford 1 was asked- about-- this
country's decision to draft new
proposals to lay beforet he' five five-power
power five-power I ondon disarmament conference-when
it 'ends its Current
recess,v..-i'-.i'M:'--v;- 't t-'
n'U 'i-'. if i;-: ,'v:lt-.v'-' Stxy .1
s ; Stud Deveiepmente '-
.v'--ij vi-n- xtwl tJ?,
lie. was j-eluctant to comment
at first, saying he would have to
study the latest, defeloomenta be
fore reaching any- conclusions. He
said only that there had been
some talk" before he left. Wash
ington that the Soviets had agreed
to .-some disarmament, propossls.
Asked if he thought Russia
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Radford DbUbfW r

I kes PlanTo AidugosIaVia :
Imperils (weignAiqP

WASHIGTON, May 20 ". (UP)
5n. Jnhn M sutler CK-HO) saia
today tha't President Eisenhower's
decision to resume military aid to
XUSOSiavin wui -luruicr minia
the President's erabstOed foreign
aid- program'-''.1;-;--.. Z:'i
Asserting that the aid plan "is
oh exttemely shaky ground" at
best, Butler said in -a statement
isued through his office that
"neither Congress nor tne Amerv
can people approve of this unmor unmoral
al unmoral trafficking with the enemy,."
The Maryland 1 senator issued
the statement as the President
prepare J to .make a double double-barreled
barreled double-barreled appeal to a skeptical
Congress and the public in behalf
of his S3),OM,000 aid program.
Special Messat
. v
Administration officials said the
President is expected to lend a
special me a s a g e to Congress
either today or tomorrow t p e 1 1 1-ing
ing 1-ing out details of the plan.
He will follow up toforrow with
4 nationwide radio-television ap appeal,
peal, appeal, his second in eight days,
aimed at rallying public support
behind his record peacetime bud budget
get budget in general and the foreign aid
program ia particular.
. '
Rut Itnder ; nredicted the aid
program would be cut "perhaps
as much as $1,500,000,000 He
said an "irresistible" public de de-wand
wand de-wand for drastic budget cuts has
been spurred by last week's de decision
cision decision te resume military aid to
Wish O Centrois
He sai the decision "patently
ignored" the wishes of Congress
and the American people because
"they never contemplated
military snd e c e nomic aid to
Comronnirt controlled countries
behind the Iron Curtain as a prop proper
er proper means of protecting ear aecur-"J-"'
iitir ii ill Tito rreved to be
the same Russia a puppet he had
and was chsirmaa of the League
of Nations Union for many years.
Gilbert Murray' was one f a
rrouu which created the famous
Court Repertory Theater ia Eng
land. He was a teetouiier ana a

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could be trusted inftrrvt Mm',

oliedr "No, I don't think they can
be trusted to 'carry out anything."
Harold E. Stassen, President
Eisenhowers disarmament'; advis.
er, returned here Friday to brin
Secretary of Stat John i Foster
Dulles and other U.S. officials tip
to date on the London arms talks.
, He was expected, to copier this
week with the President and the
top-level National Security Coun Council
cil Council of which .Radford is am em ember,
ber, ember, : Radford indicated ,ae,1 will
taker soma convincing. 'V
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. f Foolprer Agreomonr T C
--Jtte said'iV would 'want !to mW"
absolutely snre thera was: a "foni.
proof" ; agreement, with th .Rus .Russians
sians .Russians before-agreeing to an "open
skies" plan,:. ;
Although 1 several disarmament
move3 were said to be under
study, .'chief attention apparently
is being siveh to" -an' air-yrnund

inspection system -Stretchings
across paits; of .Canada,-- Alaska
and Siberia. ; -.-.

Radford cRed Korea is an ex
ample of what -he -considered th
untruatworthmess ef 'asreementa
with the CommunFats 1 and indicat
edJie favor sending: atomic weap weapons
ons weapons to South Korea, i Ar-i 4
:' 1 ?. I
always been" during "the Soviet
rape of Hungary.'? He 'said this
was proved when the Kremlin in insisted
sisted insisted that the Red -Cross relief
for Hungary be funneied through
Yuposlavia rather than Austria.
The Yugoslav decision already
hat been labelled a ."mistake"" by
Senate Republican Leader William
F. ICnowland (Calif) and Sea.
Styles Bridges (NH), chairman et.
the Senate GOP Policy Commit
tee. They have vowed to try" to
cut off authority for. any further
shipments once tha present pro program
gram program is wrapped, up, t
The tanoni of I eUSernM. I
nrcan tllrtlb't arc bianoad
thin Coma aSnnk. Ymmm
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tven Holio Loulant orop

Barbara s Slinky Walkl

always a uppy new blonde just a a-round
round a-round the orner from stardom ui
' Hollywood; Breathless,': sometimes
dress-less like Marilyn Monro
curVey blondes are a Movietown's
Idea of irresistible box office bait
and a movie fan's idea" of what a
- movie queen should look like.
MGM studio's latest candidate
. isa Hollywood bern platinum
bland with a classy chassis,
v the nama at -Barbara Lana and
with, a career saga eustom-tai- ,i
.lorad for "This Is Yoor Live."
Los Angeles department store
jewelry salesgirl and part time
model at 17; cocktail lounge
siriger f pianist; medicine bottle
label sticker on-ef; 'telefilm ac actress
tress actress ,.and polio victim' who w a a
told she might never walk again;
-these were chapters in '25 year year-old
old year-old Barbara's life before v MGM
started sprinkling stardust. in ; her
her. i
which left her .with the most viv vivid
id vivid memories her nine-month bat
' tie with polio a a jobless enter entertainer
tainer entertainer or her nightly battle as a
Southern California saloon W a r r-bler
bler r-bler so gorgeous that men over
their glasses, ,jlijt couldn't resist
making pass?,
: "' '7;v;,f,iTi;rn?:vv
"I still have nightmare's,""' s b e
told me, "about both experiences.
I iust couldn't heliev th Aartn
when ha told me I might never
wane; again ana, except lor one
ai-month job (atf the Tioga. Hotel
in Merced, Calif.) I hated being a
saloon singer.: I didn't' like the
conversation or the atmosphere
But I had to eat."
i Straight acting, v not singing
nowever, l MGM S film career
pian ior Barbara, s who just co-
8441 tea ratoamtt Qtv
f. Tfriephones' t-!06 Panama
. 4:00 Vefctur lUvlaw -r---
4 :l(L What's Tour ir&worlta ra.
, quasts taken y phoe
:JVWriaf8 Tour r t o r I t
AMen Jackaoa Commtn-:lai-JBUriE
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. t:0tt-rOver To You ;.'
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t:SO proudly We Bail ,
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1A: Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert Under The SUrs
U:OOH6igaOff : :i;.v.'
Tamerrew, Tneaday, May tl 1
1:00 Slrn On Alarm Clock
t-v Chib) (request Uken
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1: SO Morning Salon Concert
" t'lS ChlirAh Tn Th on Illw rvn4
, i:3o Musical RereUle
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10:05 aplns and Needlea re
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11:65 pU a B d N e d 1
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jj:o-ew.; .. t
1J:C5 Lunehtlme Melodies
1J: 3 6 Sweet Asd Hot
1:00 Newa ,., 4.
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U8SoDa Of The Pioneerg ''
1:4S Forward March
1 lJ-S?rwke show ? r
1:1a Preauy Martin t.Uv
J:S0 Songa From Tne Bhewa
$:00 ank Snow And HI Raln-
bow Ranch Bffva :
1:11 Sammy ukeEhow. .: ,A
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; 4:10 What T 0 a r ravorlt
' J a esta Uken by
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SHE CAN WALK-Twenty-five-year-old
Barbara Lang has
had a variety of experiences
modeling, singing and even
sticking labels on bottles but
the one she remembers best la
her fight with polio, v Doctors
told her she might never walk
again, but here she is on the
, road; to Hollywood stardom.
' with number of lucrative
roles in the offing, Barbara says
of her recovery, ..1 know it
was faith that performed "the
miracle." s 4 w
starred withy Jack Palance in
"Hnn at Numhprs" and who
had beea announced as Elvis
Presley's heart throb for his
third -Hollywood movie, MGM s
"Jailhouse Kid
for my supper, not for singing
And si hi' one tima avent.
Jack Hurtze, recalls; :
' "Barbara couldn't nlav much
piano and she knew her limita
tions as a singer, But in slinky
evening gowns her looks got em.
One time I booked her into a Bur Bur-bank,
bank, Bur-bank, Calif.,, cocktail lounge.. The
next day the owner called me ,and
said.. 'Barbara can stav hpra .ai
long as she likes. The guys are
drooling over her. She doesn't e e-ven
ven e-ven have to sing All she has to
do is show up.' s ;, f j
r Daughter ef a ailent mevie
dancer, Maurron Knight, and a
deceased Lot Angeles nose-dree
bottler,' Stannaee Bly she often
stuck labels en bottles between
singing engagments Barbara
first attracted Holly wood's at
tMtien emoting in-a half dexen
"DeathValley -Days", tolef ilms.
She turned tn TV mttmr rinki
her way. back front her 'personal
''death valley" an 'attack of po po-liomyehti
liomyehti po-liomyehti in late 1853. She spent
three. weeka in th nniin
we usAngeies General Hsophal
and another ei?ht mnnih,
- w rvuV najU Vi.
------- m w .u ,(VU
anoui aer ever walkmg, .Barbara
ays 'she never lost hope "and I
turned tO the Bible for anlara T'm
not a rencious fanatie h um
'but I knnw it ur .ik k.
formed the miracle." 4
snortly after the dread disease
1 K JO-
eial muscles were paralysed and
Bhe even had .riifflnni. t- ...
irucK ner. Hirnin', iim .j
". juaay, nowever, there's no
"uence 01 ner grim battle except
Half a don atnilina '4.
sign Barbara after her telefilm
apeparanees but she signed a
long-term contract with MGM
where male even hav hn
w,aa seaau"
mng ever aince she arived.
At the moment ahe's in the
process of .voiding a not-so-happy
tong-term contract-marriage last
September to Hollywood actor Al Al-Wells.
Wells. Al-Wells. They met when' she
Iff immm .
WJngs. t toess merriage Isn't far
If von derjend nn frim ttrfin
haa a ctt ta take vnn int nf h
Dlacea vou ea he mn ta rr
the friend in some way!
xeu aneoia tbiak af eone way
U be mm helafnl t friil
the friend la te yea. '.
Today fncanto- 35,20
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. f Rbxmaa Fleming In
"Odenfe" tn ClnemaScopef
Today IDEAL 20 .70
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Glenn Ford tn
TOr big nur


Red Polish Chiof
Ousls Adherents

01 Jlalin Regime
, WARSAW; May 20 (UP) "Li "Liberal"
beral" "Liberal" Communist party leader
Wladvslaw Gomulka- today dismiss
ed Stalinist Edward Ochab from
the powerful party secretariat and
orougnt in- two 01 nis own support
ers to strengthen his leadership.
A communique . issued at the
end of th? ninth plenary meeting
of the United Workers Commu Communist
nist Communist oartv said Ochab had been
"relieved of his duties as member
of the secretariat of the Central
Committee Of the party in view
of his duties-as minister of agri agriculture."
culture." agriculture." Comulka thus shunted aside po
litically the man whom he sue
ceeded as first secretary of the
party last Oct. 19 when the old
Stalinist regime fell.
Ironically, Ochab had been one
of Gomulka's supporters ( during
the party meeting which started
Mav 15 and ended late last nieht.
He, had been gradually' coming
closer to Gomulka's more i n d e-
pendent point of view. a v
The party meeting elected Jer-
zego Morawski,' a young writer,
and Minister of Justice Z e n 0 n
Klisko to the secretariat.'' Both
are loyal backers of Gomulka's
The decision to 'oust O e h a b
came as a surprise to Poles.
-He .had come to Gnmnlka'c aid
'during bitter attacks by -Stalinist
&azimierz Mijat two days ago
during tne meeting. f.
But Ochab bad been a ranking
member: of tne old Stalinist reg
ime which Gomulka swept from
power last Oct. 19. .;,
Hole-carrying Dog
Trots Four Miles
In Aid Of Master
BAILEY. Colo' May 20 (UP)
A 7S- year old man who suffer
ed a stroke in his isolated moun
tain cabin was ; recofering today
after his shaggy black-and-white
dog trotted four miles with a note
on his collar appealing for help.
The doe trotted Into this moun
tain community yesterday with the
note asking help for Andrew Mc
Gregor,, an elderly pensioner who
Uveu aioi.c in. a cabin east of here.
Deputy. Sheriff Ray King brought
the man by jeep to the nearby
Fairplay, Colo.; community hospi
tal for treatment.-, 0
He was reported in good condi
tion: today at the hospital, where
aoctors piacea mm under, an oxy oxygen
gen oxygen tenti i-'.i7:,.:,.'1v ...
: McGregor, told the deputy sher
iff; that be suffered atroke la bis
phoneless "Cabin last-' Wednesday
and was paralyzed in his left aide.
There was no food left in the cab-
In when Kma arrived and the fire
had gone out in McGregor's small
Itove. -' -.-?vn
: MiRnhm sailil hm tA ftia tint
to his dog's collar.Frlday morning,
struggled .to : open the door, and
told the dog to -"find" somebody,",
Dick Dinsmore; .14, pf Littleton,1
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Oficials of the Auduborn Zoo
here patiently waited today tor
the second of two whooping cranes
to neck its wav out of a shell and
boost the diminishing population of
the rare bird family to 31.
There are only 30 whooping
cranes in, existence, including one
born at 12.58 a.m. EST this morn-'
ing and cnly four are in; captivi
ty- ' .
Whooping crane wvers nervous nervously
ly nervously watched the batching of the first
cniCK eany uns muriuiig nuuueu
a high-powered telescope atop a
nearby buildings. Hopes were high
that the second egg would be
hatched within 24 to 48 hours.
The parents of the- newly-hatch
ed whooping crane s re Josephine,
and Crip. Crip was reported stand standing
ing standing by like a sentinel while Jose
phine resumed ner aunes on we
second at me two eggs, raccviuiuc
to t Dr. George Douglass, superin
tendent of the zoo.
Douglass said he expected the
second hatching by today or to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow but that he would be un unable
able unable to tell the sex of the newly newly-hatched
hatched newly-hatched chicks for at least a year.
This is the third time Josephine
and Crip have tried to hatch and
rear their young. Two eggs which
made headlines, in law were
rrtished and last year an owl car
ried off one newly-hatcnea mck.
Another died of a disease.
The hatching of the first egg
early this morning brought a stir
of excitement atop he nearby
building where Douglass and sev several
eral several renorters peered at the birds
through binoculars ana telescopes.
Douglass said 1 ne nopea uie
hntihincr of the chicks might help
to save the vanishing bird family.
Carol Greaves
Combo To Play For
Canal Excursion
a rrimhn headed bv Carol
Greaves has been engaged to fur
nish music for a boat -ride and
picnic scheduled for Memorial
Day, May 30, under tha ; auspices
of St. Paul's Church.
The boat ride r will take four
houra aoing through the Miraflo-
res and Pedro Miguel locks and
the Gaillard Cut. After arrival at
Gamboa tbe excursionists will be
entertained on tha premises 01 pt.
Simon's Church parish hall.
Tickets for tne trip may De 00
tained. at St. Paul's vestry and
from members of the' church..
Colo., ia Bailey with Us parents en
a fishing trip, spotted the dog and
saw the note, oa his collar jThe
note read: 'I cant walk. Help me.
McGregor." sr .-...' ;.
Dick's parents BOtlQed the soar
iff's office and .King left; for the
cabmi '' -r - i
Kinr said the dot had beeri seen
in town Friday but was considered
wild and no one could catch bim.
Center Theatres' Tonight
Taea. Charge of tbe Lancers
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Rory Calhoun
"Flisht To Horf Konj"

GOP Hopeful Of Capturing
Control Of House In 7958

The Republican. Party said today
it is hopeful of capturing control
of the House in next year's c 0 n-
gressional elections if -the farm
situation improves. It conceded
Republicans have "their work cut
out for them" in the Senate race
Looking on toward the 1960s
presidential election. the GOP
thought it should be favored to
win the White House again even
without the vote-getting powers of
President Eisenhower, who can't
run again. It said it is" gaining
steaduy in the big cities.
The GOP's assessment of its
chances in 1958 and 1960 unusual
lly temperate for either political
party was contained in a sort
of footnote to a statistical summa
ry of the 1956 elections prepared
by the research staff of the Ke
publican National Committee.
The report said- the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans last year made "signifi "significant"
cant" "significant" gains among such special
groups as union members, young
people, Catholics and Negroes.
On the ether hand, it said voters
of Jewish faith went Democratic
by a bigger margin than in 1952.
By and large, it blamed the
farmers for loss of Congress last
year, in the farm belt west of the
Mississippi there ; was a pro
nounced slump in the Eisenhower
share and thus the GOP share
of the total vote, it said.
" Turning to "prospects for 1958
and I960," the report saw both
"a favorable portent Republican
gains in populous areas," and
"an unfavorable portent still too
many Democrats." s ;
. Here is how the report saw Re
publican chances in the next two
general elections;-.
President Lineup: 233 Demo
crats, 200 Republicans, 2 vacan vacancies.
cies. vacancies. Republicans should be kt a "fa "favorable
vorable "favorable position in' 104 districts
which they won by more than 60
per cent of the vote in 1956.
Democrats probably regard 152
seats as safe. Of the remaining
i7 seats, tne wr Holds 87 and
the Democrats 82, Republicans
must win 114 of these to control,
17 more than they now, hold.
"Improvement In the farm eco economy
nomy economy and a more intense' Repub Republican
lican Republican effort' in such districts ; can
win back some of these seats as
well as sestablisb firmer Republi Republican
can Republican margins in farm districts la
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ly seriously in 1956.'; hA V rf ? f
' I SENATE 1959
- Present Lineup;" 49 Democrats,

47 Republicans. t
With 21 GOP and n Democratic
seats at Stake, the Republicans
must win two-thirds of the races
just to hold their own: Making it
more difficult: 13 of the 21 GOP
scats were won in 1952 with less
than 55 per cent -. of the v 0 1 e-
makine them "marginal" seats,
Five of the Democratic seats
are, in the South and only five
Democratic seats are marginal."
The reoort did not take into
consideration the recent death of
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R-Wis.)
"Republicans have their work
cut out for them in the So n a t e
races of 1958."
Here is how the 'report saw Re
publican chance In the next two
general elections;
One of the "brightest signs" Is
the development of GOP strength
in big cities. GOP candidates, have
won a progressively higher vote
in such areas since World War II.
These regions are particularly 1m
portant in capturing states with
big electoral votes. r
In 1956. Republican congresion
aV candidates captured more, votes
than their Democratic opponents
in 22 states having 277 electoral
votes, or 11 more than needed to
elect a president,
The report Quoted political ana
lyst Samuel Lubell as. saying J'the
Democratic majorities in the ci
ties have been- slashed so drastic
ally the Republicans must be rat
ed as favorites to win the White
House in 1960."
But it also quoted the Gallup
poll as reporting that 53 per cent
of the people still regard them themselves
selves themselves as Democrats and 140 per
cent as Republicans,, with 7 per
cent undecided.
In 1957 and '1951 governors will
be elected in 3$ states. The lineup
there now is '22 Democratic gov governors
ernors governors and IS Republicans. :.
"Prospects lor Republican' gabs
are good..'' Ten of the governor governorships
ships governorships now. held by Democrats are
in (.tales, earned oy ta tuennow
er-NUon. Ucket in 156 by H per
Cent of. the .vote or better. Most ef
the GOP governors are presiding
in.trfditionajly Republican states,
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Tams Don't Have Much
In. Common But Both Are
Showing Heels To Rivals

EW;YORK, May 20 (UP) The Cincinnati
Redlegs and Chicago White Sox don't have much
in common but it's an academic point today because
they're showing only their heels to their chief pen pennant
nant pennant rivals.

Btth opened two-game leads
In the major league races yester-
i day." the Redlegs outslugging the
and the White Sox scoring a 6-2
Pittsburgh Pirates, 8-7 and 5-4,
victory over the Boston Red Sox.
The Redlegs have won n of
their last 19 games, while the
White Sox have a string of seven
straight wins interrupted only by
'& tie'1
Tom Acker, 27-year-old right righthander
hander righthander from paterson, N.J., gain gained
ed gained ridit for both Cincinnati
wins although he hurled a total
: of 2 1-3 innings in relief. He
came in to retire one batter in
the ninth inning of the opener
and was returned the winner
when George Crowe's fourth hit
? drove In Johnny Temple with the
winning run in the bottom of the
frame. In the nightcap, he al allowed
lowed allowed one unearned run in the
last two innings and picked up
the victory when Wally post
snapped a 4-4 tie with his eighth'
Inning homer.
-'"BUI Fischer, 27-year-old
rookie from Schoefield, Wis.,
wort 'his second game for the
i White Sox although Paul La La-'
' La-' Palme came in to retire Ted
' Williams In a seventh-Inning
jam and hurled the last two
j Innings. Larry Doby knocked
-id two runs with a double and
a homer and Fischer contribut contributed"
ed" contributed" two-run single to the
White Sox' eight-hit attack.
' The- New York Giants knocked
the. Milwaukee Braves two full
games off the Redlegs' pace with
a 8-3 victory and tne jurooKiyn
Dodger scored seven runs in the
ninth-to whip the St. Louis Car-
dinals. 10-1, in the other Nation National
al National Leagu games. ., Philadelphia
. and Chicago were rained out of
a. doubleheader.
: The New York T"fc moved
. Into ft aecood-place -tie wit the
, Cleveland Iadians' whenMhey
enjded their five-game winning
screak. 6-3. and the Detroit Ti-
: gera took over fourth place in
the American league witn a o-i
' triumph over the Washington
senators. The Baltimore Orioles
louted the Kansas city A'a, 10-2,
.' and then played a 5 -Inning
scoreless tie ended by rain.
- The Pirates tied the opener
': with Cincinnati when they scor-
ed fire runs after they had two
"i out and nobody on In the ninth
' but the Redlegs bounced right

. back with the winnlne run on a
walk to Temple and singles by
Gua Bell and Crowe. The pirates
also rallied to tie the nightcap
at 4-4 in the eighth only to bare
i Post hit his fourth homer in the
- bottom of the frame.
' LaPalme's late-kininf relief
,'t heroiea came less than 24 hours
after ha served up a home run
. hH to Baltimore's Dick Wil Wil-,
, Wil-, liams it seconds before a Sat-
' orday night curfew would have
. g)vei the White Sox a victory, i
' Frank Sullivan suffered his
fourth lots for the Red Sox.
Ray Katt singled with the bas bas--
- bas-- es filled in the eighth inning to
: break a 3-3 tie and enable the
Giants' Johnny Antonelli to pick
. up! h)s third win against his ex-
. Jr. fll1-0' --mm ritnrel'i
sh'utjout the Braves for the last
' innintjs. Wulle Mays tri-
f : j

gives your

pled In the sixth to stretch his

hitting streak to nine games."
Jim Gilliam hit two doubles
and five other Brooklyn hits and
a walk broke open the Dodgers'
close game with the Cardinals,
Don Newcombe, who hasn't lost
to St. Louis in six years, went
the distance for the Dodgers to
score his third victory. Stan Mu
sial and Wally Moon homered
for St. Louis.
Johnny Kucks rescued Bobby
Shantz in the ninth as the
Yankees took advantage of
three Cleveland errors and a
wind-blown double that start started
ed started a rally. Shanti was aided to
his third win by Mickey Man Mantle's
tle's Mantle's seventh homer. Rocky Co Co-lavito
lavito Co-lavito had three singles and a 1
homer for the Indians,
Duke Maas, who didn't win a
game for Detroit last season,
scored his sixth straight with a
iive-nitter tnat sent tne sena senators
tors senators to their fifth loss in a row
and their 16th in 19 games. Char Charley
ley Charley Maxwell led, the Tigers' nine nine-hit
hit nine-hit attack with three safeties in including
cluding including a homer. Chuck Stobbs
lost his eight straight decision of
this year and his 13th In a row
dating back to his last triumph
in 1956.
I Tito Francona walloped two
I nomers ana knocked In five runs
: he
gained Billy Loes his third win
The nightcap was halted by 'rain
with Hal Brown and Rip Cole Coleman
man Coleman involved in a scoreless duel.
Washington (NBA) The first
annual National .Safe Boating
Week will be held June 30-Jul?
o unaer tne sonnsorshiD of the
United States Coast Guard Aux Auxiliary.
iliary. Auxiliary. Cristobal Girls,
Star In School
The. Cristobal girls walked off
with honors in the final inter inter-scholastlc
scholastlc inter-scholastlc swim meet held at the
Fort Gullck swimming pool. Rep
resentatives irom tne uiree
schools Cristobal High, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High and Junior College
competed over the 50 meter long long-course
course long-course pool.
Several new records were set
for various distances. Balboa's
Reynolds knocked one full sec second
ond second off of the-Backstroke time
ol dtlme, 121 A, new time, 120 5.
Balboa's 200 medley relay team
of Scott, Linf ors, Ryter ..and
Blackburn chopped the old time
of 2.27 to 2.22.5. The Balboa's 200
free style relay of Reynolds,
Toussleh, Barker and Slegel
dropped the old time of 2.03.3 to
2.02.4. The girls 200 free style re
lay or Harnea, sngelke, Rogers,
shoes the


KIWI protects jrwir saaes
I makes tiitni last longer

Major League

.; : i : ;", ,1 .
(Based on 75Of f iciai at Bats
Flayer and club ', t ah tt Pet-
Aaron. MIL- 28 123 31 45 .366
Robinson, Cinci, 28 122 26 44 .361
Crowe; cincU, 24 92 14 33 .359
Hoak, Clnci. 30 101 17 36 .356
MusiaLSt: Louis 28 117 15 41 .350
Groat, Pitts.
Dark. St. Louis'
29 116 16 -40 .345
27118 21 40 ,339
Bailey; clnci.
28 93 16 31
Thomas, Pitts
Adcock, Mil.
28119 11 39
2810115 33
Williams, Bos. 26 94 .21' 37 394
Bertoia,- Detroit 29 99 11 36 364
Man tie ; w V
27 87 20 31 ,356
26 99 19 35 .354
29 76 13 26 .342
Fox, Chicago
Demaestri, K.C
Wertz, Cleve. I
27 94 19 32 .340
30 110 17 37 .336
23 82 10 26 .317
Simpson, K.C.'
Colavlto, Cleve.
Jensen, Boston
25 95 14 30 .316
Sievers, Wash.
32 122 22 3S .311
Aaron, Braves ............ ll
Moon, cards 9
Sauer,Giants '. 7
Adcock, Braves 6
Robinson, Redlegs 6
Mathews, Braves
Crowe, Redlegs .
Williams, Red Sox
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks .',
Zernial, Athletics
(Five tied with 5 apiece)
Aaron, Braves 29
Furlllo, Dodgers 26
Robinson. Redlegs 24
Sauer, Giants 22
-Hoak, Redlegs 22
Sievers, Senators ........ 26
Doby, White Sox 23
Jensen, Red Sox 21
Simpson, Athletics 21
Lollar. White Sox 20
THcM,; madefies; f S 0 .LOOO1
Nafieskl. Indlanf l. l tfO" 1.000
Lablne, Dodgers ... 3 0 1.000
urosr, Beaiegs...;.. 3 0 1.000
(Eight tied with 2-Q apiece)
Balboa Boys
Swim Meet
and Holmes dropped the time of
2.2B.7 IO 2.23.5.
Individual stars for the day
were Diane Hlckey of Cristobal
walking off -with honors In the
50 and 100 Free Style; Blackburn
of Balboa, Wand 200 Free Style;
and Ryter In the 100 Butterfly
and 200 Individual Medley. Al Although
though Although the 'Cristobal girls, won
their share of "flrta,'" the boys
from Balboa went him with
all but one first place, that be being
ing being the Breast Stroke in which
Mike Padua upset Linf ors.
The results (All distance are In
.50 FA Girls 1. Hlckey (C),
i. nsruea af, 9. ATgo KV). 4.
opector to. Time: 33.5.
50 F. a Boys l. Linfors (B,
i. cucgei nj;, 5. epector (C), 4.
100 Breast Stroke, Girl 1
Cox (C). 2. Schulta (B). 3. Cun Cunningham
ningham Cunningham (C), 4. Barlow (B)
Time: 1.54.4.
100 Breast Stroke. Bovi 1
Padua (C), 2. Linfors (B). 3. Cox
4. Maxweu (a). Time: 19A
200 F. S Girls 1. Holmes
(B) 2. Rogers (B), S. McNulty
(C) Time: 3.05.4.
200 r. S. Boys 1. BlackbuTa
(B), 2. Ryan (JC), 3. Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham (C), 4. Barbier (B). Tlme:
100 Back stroke. Girls 1.
seaman (C). 2. Areo to. s.
Reynolds (B), 4. Harned (B)
Time: 1J7.6.
100 Back stroke. Bors 1.
Reynoiaa (B), I Scott (B), S
Hunter B), 4. S&dler (B). Time
(New Record).
100 Butterfly, Girls 1. Diets
(C). 2. Schults (B). I. Cunninc
nam 4. nennuen (C)
Time: 104.
100 BuOerfly. Bcm 1. Ryter
(B, 2. Aberbolskl (B). S. Cox (C).
100 rreesryie, oiris v Hick.
ey C. 2. Holmes (B), 2. Eogel
ke (B), 4. Spector (C). Time
100 freestyle. Boys I. BlackJ
burn B). X Slegel B. 3. spec-
tor ai, a. ,Baroer imj. xune:
lJOtl (Fooi Record).
200 Individual Medley. Glrl-J
I. Eberm (B). 1. Rogers B). X.
FVnniken C). Time: 2.44.4.
200 Individual Medley. Boys
L Rytr B, 2. cuaninenam (C),:
200 Wediey ReUy. Girts L
C H S, X B UI. Time: 2A
200 WecLey Relay, Boys 1.
B-H.S-, X CJLS. Time: 2234
(New Fecord.
r0 me etrl ReUy. Boys
I. BH S, 2 C-HS. Time; 2-02.4


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THRILLING WtNDUP MJnu'endo W gets lip' in time to beat out Kadlr-by a long head In
the featured ne. mile $650 "Fedecame" Handicap 'yesterday afternoon at the President Re Re-monA
monA Re-monA racetracks The event "was held 4rt honor of the delegates of the Coffee Federation of

the Americas who are now
Aivares roae me winner .wnne
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In $650

Havana Defeats Columbus
Twice To Climb Out Of
International Loop Cellar

20 12
18 12
17 11
15 12
14 17
13 18
12 19 ;
11 19
Pet. GB'
Miami .
.600 1
.607 2
.556 2
.452 ,'-5
Columbus 4
.419- ey,
.387 7VS
.367 8
(First Game)
Buffalo 000 140 120 8 10 0
Toronto 000 000 4004 11 4
Herbert. Naey (8) and Noble:
Schmltz, Grlmsley (5), Crlmian
(8), Jordan (9) and St. Claire.
WPt Herbert. LP: SchmltK HR's:
Noble, t.ciale. : $ ;
Buffalo at Toronto
(Postponed, rain)
: nPlrif nam
Rochester 002 100 0002 10 0
K V W w
Montreal 000 030 0014 8 2
Loveruruth and Teed: Harris
and Roeeboro. HR: plasa.
(First Game)
Richmond 000 000 200-2 4 0
Miami 010 300 Olx 5 9 0
Kite. Dixon (7) and Chlti:
Bunker and McCullough. LP:
Kite. HR: Mlcelotta.
" (First Game) t
(7 innines)
Columbus 0O0100 0 1 8 1
Havana 100 000 84 6 0
Klldoo, Kuzava (7) and Kra-
vits; Amor and Izquierdo. LP:
Klldoo. HR's: powers, More J on.
(Second Game)
(7 innings)
Rochester 000 002 13
Montreal 010 000 01
Donnelly. Wright (6)
5 1
Shantz; Kipp, Waiz (7 and Rose Rose-boro.
boro. Rose-boro. WP: Donnelly. LP: Kipp.
HR's: Roseboro, Green.
(Second Game)
(7 innings)
Richmond 200 0001 S 10
Miami 100 010 02 4 -1
Bethel and Watllngton; Hun-
singer, Paige (1), Mason (2),
Anderson (4) and McCullough.
u: Anaerson. 1
(Second Game)
Columbus 000 000 00
Havana 100000 01
4 1
NEW YORK, Msy 20 (UPV (UPV-The
The (UPV-The auarter-fintl pairings for the
European tons Dsvis Cup tennis
competition were completed Sun Sunday
day Sunday when Italy, Poland. Denmark
and Belgium clinched second-round
AH eta series are bestof -five
and lialv took en unbeatable, 3-4
lead vet The Netherlands when
Nicola Pietrangfli and Orlando
Siroli defeated Fred Dehnert snd
Hans Vaa Dalsum in doubles. The
scorn were 4-2, 7-3. IS. Italy is
the deienduir sone cnampioa.
Via dun Skonecu.- ut puver
who his decided to play acaia for;
Pound after yeirs of self exile,
give his rtuntry a 3-2 victS-foOer
Chile at Warsaw when he defeated
Andres Hammertley ia the finil
singles tnctch. i. 7-5, t-L Pound
hid Ukn a 2-1 lead Saturday but
Unj Ayai defested AndrzeJ Licis,
4-2. B-2. -.'
Deamsrk defeated toain Ames


4-1. at Copenhageiw Torben Llricbithe eistera cone final by tiking a
clinched victory for the Danes by .3-1 lead wer Jepaa. Felicinmo
is Sundiv's first match, 2-4, 5-7. Ampon give his country an tut tut-4
4 tut-4 all Kurt Nielses imml a beatable lead bv dftm Kowi

6 6-2, 16, 64 victory verjKimo, II, 44, S-7, 6-3,-61 SunilTwRy Bar (excluded frees bet-

Gordoa Torbea hi e final match, jdiy. The final match was halted (
BelgiJir ourted Hanfiry bv the. by dirknest with Atsu?hi ;y sr; j
ane mirm at Prussels. Phirr of JP l'sdicg Eddie Durca. 4.
Wafher tcnr4 t)e decisive tri 1. 44. The match will be corn-)
Hir.rh sy ct-'-"l Andrij S;c';a rted tody.

attending their tenth general

vorge jrniwps nas tne leg up
i- - t .-,

NipsKadir By Head

' Douglas and-Peterson;
1 ana Garcia.
NEW YORK, May 21(UP)
John powers, farmed out by the
Pittsburgh Pirates, to Columbus
in the International League on only
ly only last week, is buildine a quick
reputation as a pesKy hitter.
Powers,, who, had homered for
his club's only run in the first
game, hit a. ninth-inning single
in the nightcap yesterday to de deprive
prive deprive Havana pitcher Jerry Lane
of a no-hitter. Despite powers'
antics, the SugarKings swept!
the doubleheader, 4-1, 1-0, to
Jump from, the cellar into sixth
' la ether fame, Richmond
held on to first place by1 nip
ping .Miami, 8-2, after drop
ping the apefler, fi-2, Montreal
and Rochester split, 4-2, 2-1,
and Buffalo beat Toronto, X-4.
Daniel Mot J on was Havana's
hittine star in Doth contests. In
the Opener he hit a seventh-In
ning three-run nomer to proviae
vince Amor with tm lourtn vie
tory of the season and in the
second game-he drove home the
only run of the contest with a
first lnnlns double.: :
Bill Betnel gained his fifth
victory against one loss as Rich'
mond baited a two-game losing
sueaic in tne seven-inning nigni
can against Miami. In the open
er, Dick Bunker evened his sea season's
son's season's record- at 3-3 as the Mar Marlins
lins Marlins handed Jim Kite bis second
loss. Bob Mlcelotta hit a two-run
homer for Miami. -,tr ; ?
Buffalo moved into a second
place tie with Miami as a re
, suit of Its S-4 win over Toron Toronto.
to. Toronto. Ray. Noble sparked the Bi Bison
son Bison attack with a three run
homer, hfe sixth circuit blast of
the seasoa. The scheduled sec second
ond second game was postponed by
Montreal scored once In the
ninth Inning to send Rochester
hurler Lynn Lovenguth to his
seventh setback of the : cam campaign.
paign. campaign. BUI Harris survived a two two-run
run two-run circuit by Ron Plaza to gain
his fourth victory. In the second
game, the Red Wings countered
tnree times in tne last two in-
nings to gala a split y
in Sunday's first tn itch. 4-1. 4-4
7-5. 2-4, 4-X' Jacques Brie hint then
defeated Jotef Asboth, 4-6, 6-2, 61,
aiexire wnick clinched Its see
ond-round, series against Germany
Miuroar, ..wound un with a
3-1 mareia when the final mitch
was halted by raia, Rupert Huber
gave .uermmy its only point at
Cologne by defeating Gustavo Pal Pal-a
a Pal-a fox in Sunday's first match, 6-2,
104. 6-1. Esttbia Revei and Peter
SchoU were deadlocked after four
sets and tournament official de
cided not ie finish it or count ut
whea rain halted play.
France, which also clinched vic
tory Saturdiy agiinst' Czechoslo
vakia at Lyon, wound dd with a
4-6 margin. Robert Hiillet defeat defeated
ed defeated Jen Krajcik a the final in itch,
6-4. 6-2, 4-1. The final set wasn't
eompletel and the final snatch was
At aiin'Is. Tb PhllitminM won


assembly In Panama. Fernando
on the runnerup. oouvernant
The Stud 32's stretch-burning
Mmuendo yesterday showeu thai,
ne must be recKoned with in the
for uiconung $7,500 General Jose
A. Remon cmssic June 2 by com coming
ing coming from tne1 ruck to nip Kauir
oy a titaa m tne one miie r'eae
Came Handicap at tne President
itemon raceiWwu&t'f ; rs
Ine Hanaicap, which was run
in honor ot tne vlsiang deieeates
lwj tne tenun congress 01 tne cot
iee ieaeration-oi tne Americas,
was one of many tnruung ana
exciting races run yesterday over
tne liguuung last strip 01 tne
multl-miluou aoiiar racing plant
Mutueis iavorite Minuenau was
off aiowiy, as usuai, racing next.
to isst wukb tne iieia enterea tne
oacttsire ccn. ivieanwnue. new
comer uouvernant was Lvlng up
to 1115 reputation 01 oeing a top-
notcn sprinter Dy cutting out 1
sizzilng pace wiun pavmetto eo
mg alongside. Kadir and second
cnoice opmento raced third and
lourtn. within strikln distance
at una juncture. k v
xnre lurlongs out Gouver Gouver-ant
ant Gouver-ant shook oft, Pavinetto and
Kadir set sail after the leader.
Kadir swung to the Inside and
took command paisinr by 'the
eighth pole while MJnuendo,'
wnicn bad gradually worked
his way around the field on ths
side, was now a closs third and
coming- like the proverbial
Mlnuendo rushed by Gouver.
nant and gained slowly but
surely with every stride in the
hectic drive to the wire.: He Jilt
kuo tuusn ime a iuu neaa (al
most a neck) in front of Kadir
according to the official photo
of the finish. Oouvernant was
three lengths behind the leaders
wniie the remainder of the field
strung out further back.
' rernando Alvares' steadier
ride in the stretch was credited
oy many to have 1 been the dtf
ference between victory and de.
feat. Jorge Phillips gave Kadir a
guoa nae 100 out was not as el
ficlent in the closins stages.
The time was a eood 1:30 9.s
This, however, was poor in com comparison
parison comparison to some eye-popping
times mads by other horses yes-
Except for the handlc'an hl
in and thrilling windup of the
main event," today's headlines
would have been about Sando Sando-kan,
kan, Sando-kan, Tully Bar and Golden Corn
The promlsisg twe-year-old
Sandokan, another of the elae--sy
af fsprtng of JK17 haves,
flashed fhrs furlongs in 1:66
4-5 to clip sne-fifth of a sec second
ond second off the former native re-'
m held bv Taaara. l
The most amazini' nart about
this record breaking effort is
that Sandokan was full of run at
the finish and could probably
have done much better if ex
tended to the utmost
Tully Bar. orepning for next
Sunday's one mile $3,000 Raul
Espinosa Classic for natives.
sprinted six furlongs In 1:13 2-5
to lie nls own mark set late last
year. Tully Bar. however, might
nave been beaten if second place
finisher Yosiklto badnt lost sev several
eral several lengths by bolting out on the
final bend. Yosiklto lost by only
a lengtn ana one-nau. 1
The third track scorching ef effort
fort effort was Golden Corn's victory in
1:23 4-5 over a stron field of
sixth series imports. This time is
slower than the track record for
seven furlongs.
srauuo Baeza cnaiaed no
tnree victones aooaro Arpe
gio. Escorial and Sandokaa to
lead the Jockeys. .
The dividends: "'
1 Arpegle $7-86, 2-46. r
eiiae szes. v'
1 Empire Cress (t) 63, 2.ZS.
t Cditb Piaf ().
First DmUc: 21246
1 Mini 22L26, 4.46. v
t rrancikqDit szs.
Oee-Twej Ml.IS
1 Wiasaba 6446, 2.46.
2 Carrita 6Z.4S.
- Qainla: 23.16
Tesiklte $4l. 1-26.
3 Lady r!n int.
1 Geldra torn 11 I?, 4 IS


f S7 I S-
W, L
Cincinnati 4
Milwaukee ,
21 9
18 10
16 10
16 12
13 15
13 17
St Louis
New York f
7 18
280 11,
Pittsburgh ,
8 21 .276 121,
Brooklyn at St. Louis (N)
Only game -scheduled.
' (First nn'mpi
riowDurgn 100 010 0057 15 0
Cincinnati 000 104 1118 16 0
Airwyo, x-ace, f urKey (2-3) and
Foiles. i
Lawrence, Acker (4-1) and Bai Bailey..
ley.. Bailey..
t (Second Game) 1
Pittsburgh- 201 000 0104 13 2
000 010 31x 5 6 2
I Kline (0-5) and Rand. Foiles.
wacaer, KUppstein, Freemanj
w.w, itAcr o-i; ana Juur Juur-gess.
gess. Juur-gess. Bailey. . ;
New York
010 002 0216 1,0 -0
000 300 0003 8 0
-Worthlngton,' An'tohelli (3.4)
and Katt.
Buhl, Murff (2-2) and JRlce.
St. Louis
003 000 00710 ie 0
000 100 020 8 8 .0
Newcombe (3-3) and Walker. Walker.-iuCson'
iuCson' Walker.-iuCson' Mertt, Davis (0-1),
Wilhelm, Schmidt and Smith.
Philadelphia at Chicago ",
(Postponed, rain) '


.What ; Baseball Needs Most
Js! Strikeout1 Pill' For h
" 1 i ,1,1.1 w
Pitchers To' Get Side Out ;

NEW'Yort' Miv' is rrrpv -1
What baseball needs most today is
S "strike out Dill" for Ditchers who
cin get ine side out. ..
The St. Louis Cirdinili ttirfad
the medidnebottle fad with vita
min piur and the Detroit Tigers
re carrying on witn "tranquiliz "tranquilizers"
ers" "tranquilizers" a concoction credited with
making a batting. leader out of
powder-puff hitting Reno Bertoia.
Jiut tor the pitchers ; Nothing
out irouoie. v.
Vlrtuauy every chanee'. In the
game since 1920 has been directed
for the benefit of the hitters and
tne detriment of the thrower. ';.
In those dreirv diva for .lta.t.
ball, when the Black Sox scandal
nearlv wrecked the eima. two bits
of business were introduced almost
simultaneously to attract-new
crowds. The lively ball made its
bow. Hie "spitter" and other pitch
es regarded as ungentlemanly
were outawed. .-f' ,- ?
Teok Away Stuff,
Further changes eventually were
made in the ball, reducinc the size
of the seams so a pitcher couldn't
get a mucn stun on s pitch ss
before. '
Still later cams the onctice of
tossing out tne game every ball
mat nao tne sngntest spot of dirt
oo it. - 1
Things got so touch that even
an. enterprising "inventer'r like
uarry vince was ordered to eeaae
and desist his routine of wearing
pncoing arm. me snredded sleeve
created sorts of districtioni in
tne ey of the hitter.
. xne sir lie zone finally was re
duced In sue and the pitchers
screamed, tu no avail, that pitches
once caiiea strikes now were bails.
After the uvelv ball earn a nil
livelier bats with tooth-pick han handles
dles handles guaranteed to produce more
Clubs -vita weak hitters and bii
pares Duut-easter-to-reaca fences
inside the Mating area to produce
more noma runs, ror bota sides,
of court. ,
Check Catcher Mere
XeeenUy, the catcher's restrain restraining
ing restraining hues were reduced In size sad
an eroer went out that the catcher
had to stay inside bis box cnVil a
last minute leap even while his
pitcher was delivering sn inten
tional bite on balls.
2 Graad Vm 64-
1 bearlal 26.46, 446.
2 Maeana raa 64-46.
Seed rxwWe: 64446
1 Pmdok-aa (246, 246.
2 Dm Cms 1146.
. Qinl!af 17 46.
1 Miaaende 6446, 246.-
2 Kadir tlM.
p.-T: :i 6
Trvm f.rE
1 '"'-' i s ?a. : .ar.-y III?.

New York. ,
Detroit k ,
Boston .
Kansas City
18 7
17 10
17 10
16 14
15 15
13 17.
10 16
.7 24
.630' "2
.630 2
.533 VL
.500 W
.385 BV
.226 14
Cleveland-at New York
Chicago at Boston
Detroit at Washington (n)
.Kansas City at Baltimore Oty
000 140 0106
8 2
dollar. -.
000 002 0002
(2-0), LaPalme
7 0
(2-4),.. DeLock 'and

Cleveland 000 100 1013 9 3
New York Oil 022 00x-6 11 0
Lemon (3-4), Pitula, Tomanek
and Hegan. -,.-- 4 -t,
' Shantz (3-J), Kucks, and Berra.
Detroit 210 030 000 6 8 2
Washington 000 000 1001 6 2 1
, Maas (6-l and House.:" -.
Stobbs (0-8), Kemmerer, Her Her-nandez,
nandez, Her-nandez, Hyde and ,8661. r
' (First Game) f
K. City -, 100 100 000 2 I0 1

001 016 20x 10

7 0'

(2-4), Raether
Loes (3-3)
and Triandos.
(Second Game)'
Kansas City 000 00tf0 2 0
Baltimore ; 000 OOx 0 4 0
Coleman and Thompson'
, Brown and Triandos.
(Called at the end of the sixth
on account of rain).

Oraduauy an bill parks begai
to improve the outfield background ?
so batters could see ths ball longei
and better as It shot ; off ths
pitchers': fingers. -
Many oarkl "black" out"4 pop
tlons of bleacher ita Khimf tht

pitcher so 'the baU won't "gel
lost" on its route to 'the plate is
s background rf nv.u .1,1
- w .. r nuitsj Sf sJU t
fronts. The Chicago Cubs spent

auiau luiiuue experimenting wit
a ltnted no-glare glass shield foj:
its bleachers.'
Safety, naturally. Is ct put,
mount importance and v soms oi
these restrictions on the pitcher!
exclusively are safetv meaiurca it

prevent rerious injury or even a
fatahty as a result, of s bstt.
being skulled because he couldn't
see a ua;i. ,: .. .....
But the Pitchers neoit lfn
A young man named Herb Scora
.'lav. I....'. 1 . ... . 1 uiiesi siriKeout sea
could testify to that ; ;
Red Sharpshooters
Break Two World
Records In Iyoy: ;

MOSCOW, May 26 (UP)-,
vlet aharp sKeetere br4ce two1
WccM'recerds in the current M.L
S.S.. ahaiof chempienehlss In
Lvev today. 4
' Lev Valnahttln (cored: SH' -'
sinti .rem s salMe 406 with-
f fnr,e revelvw shttint at a
bulls eye tare snd silheuett silheuett-frem
frem silheuett-frem 25 meters. t .. .
a1!; rCTi Itl -madV
ty .V n?,rr,' Lsnsrsd hi
Budapest lit 155. .
1. NevexMlev teerW 146 paints
rem the aai. M H f,k
to fylnfv kwMiin. n4 turttr
pesmene. , 7

Rain Washes Out
5C3-MIb Aiilo Rcce
Tib Qu2!If!cl!:ns ;
INDIAN 4POLIS. V., a rr ''
Intermittent rains ..vA
out the jwnd day of tune qoahfi qoahfi-5vV,0!!L,or
5vV,0!!L,or qoahfi-5vV,0!!L,or ,nmi,l Memerial
""c race at the Idjanap Idjanap-ohs
ohs Idjanap-ohs Mot r Speedway. . r
Seme 29 lacers were Ened m
the pit apro whea spewy cf cf-ficials
ficials cf-ficials derided the day was test..
Not a wheel turned ea the trad
whir wis wet day-loof ty rial
starting in the early meriBg.
Twnly-four positkna r-m m
he fcl)fd for the ear atartirg
f;fM ia the racnf eUstie. haie
routwns were f..ld TFtrdav aa
Pat CTfl,W, Nnnh Twrn, Tnd
woo the r'e t.:m w :n ftt.
t f-'t Lirt in ra;nln-?.-4
q-i .fit a boa rnod.
T" ft' ft" -wi art s -' t V
ui ta i rit S

r i


Robinson And Basilio Can Find
Next Game




For Friday

VFW All Stars ....
Armed Forces A-S-s


I Pet.
5 .000




, xAnrrn ti. p.v iui unrtil famous as distance man.

punches the bag daily in his backyard in East Gary, Ind. At 63,
f Ray holds a full time job in a steel .mill while keeping m
' condition to still run the mile. Joie raced horses m his day.

Next Game: Friday, Fort Clay

, ton Time; 7:00 p.m.y
The VFW Teener all star team
Gathered- fifteen- hits for eight

runs with Martin on the mound

to shut out the 1 Armea rorees

teeners by an eight to zero score,
Sunday afternoon at the Balboa

Stadium; t -f

Martin now has five wins 'a-

galnst no losses in the combined
All Star series and three wins

without a loss In the present

Armed Forces series. v

In the ton of the fifth Scott

hit the first pitch to deep center

for a home run.

Franeioni went the distance

for the Armed Forces Teener

team hut the fine defense of the

VFW Teeners kept the piate
r-lemi time after time when in

the first inning three successive

singles by M. valentine, Tnomw

and Eastman witn none out iaii-

ed to produce a run r in the third
thev failed to score with one

down when thev loaded the bas

es on a walk to Thomas and back
to back singles by Eastman and

Although' the Armed Forces

Teener team is still looking for

their first win they nave maae

an excellent snowing consiaenn

thev are nltted against picne


Despite his usual share of base
knocks, Red Sehoendienst may
be on his last legs as a major
leaguer, U then Giant second
Backer's arm is so bad he doesn't
even bother to trot out to the
outfield for.:relays.-..
To keep face on their dismal
attendancer the Giants have
taken to inviting thousands of
kids to be their guests on days
they don't figure to draw pea
BBt,,. ., Mt )-
With second base acknowledg acknowledged
ed acknowledged the weak spot of the Braves
and -Hank Aaron withknown

capabilities there (he played It
in the minors) :.;' Fred Haney
still wouldn't think of switching
the slueee from the outfield:

"Hank doesn't? want to .and I

don't like to make .350 'hitters

imhantw Savs Hank:

"There's too much thlnkln' to do

it second." .;. v
r; Milwaukee skipper Haney, a
: h... fall AvnUn la

I .1 .... .. UnllnuiMl

crowd than that more bally bally-hoocd
hoocd bally-hoocd Utter day intruder,, Leo
Durocher..;'. v t j
The breakdown of. one of
baseball's famous figures had,

nhvaical as well as nervous im-

.Vim Lee Howell of the football
ruants is off to Arkansas this

wtnnth-' .. to have conferred on

Mm th tltia .of "distinguished

alumnus" by his alma mater, the

highest Honor ll gives ... ana io
look afer his 630 acres ; ., also on
th oridiron- front, the Browne

ate rumored ready to.' peddle

Roger zatkoff, the all-pro ime-

nacxer jusi uic&eu uu w

Doe Kearns is down on Jtne
prospects of. Eddie Machen to
go all the way In the heavy
weight ranks of course, Doc
tried to get a piece of the coast
clouter and couldn't v..

Frank; Lane, the Cardinals'
mouthpiece; dropped into the.
Giant press headquarters the
other day-...iwas frJned at the
table by Frank Jrisch and cholly
Grimm . cracked, "All we're
nisfiinir 1a Casev Stengel.1 ...

and launched Into a long and biU

ik. v l

v ...

. Bank Aaron

' A San Francisco femme won

the Kentucky Club Derby horse

by naming AU Hurry Bhai (out
of Allbhai) ... which meant
"the colt has to be shipped to
California ... sponsors better
hone it never goes to a con contestant
testant contestant from Afghanistan ....

- Baseball's hot the only sport

worried about speeding up the

nace of tne came u s a ra

vorite topic of golf pros.... Vet Veteran
eran Veteran Willie GoKKin's formula : is

to count half shots for putting,

which would eliminate all the

soul-searchinr delays before Un

lne un the cud.. .consensus says

that oldie Gene Sarazen was and

is the fastest player in the game,

but that Doug- Ford walks the
fastest..., i'-.-.:. i
Chief flaw in the pitching
repertoire of Brave rookie Juan
Piiarro is inability to hold a
runner on first bas so vet veteran
eran veteran southpaw Warren Spahn
has taken the Puerto Rican
, under his wing. . .. 5
Between vou'n'me. bet no col

lege football player has a better,

way to develop ms aguity re re-tween
tween re-tween seasons than Washington
State's Bill Stelger, an AU-Amerr
lea end candidate ... he's one

of the top log blrier in tne pa-



HIGH MAN- Wilt the Stilt: Chamberlain swings his seven teet over tne wossoar ana uv
; "ioke sawdust to take second place in the Kansas Relay. i high jump Law"n .w6
feet 6. The Jayhewkers' AiNAmericabasketbanplayerwai third in. the, hop,; step and jumpt

Cdmpanella's And It's A ll Right

Enough Trouble In Their Class t

NEW YORK (NEA) Charley

Goldman wonders right out loud
whether Jim Norris and the box

ing commissions are in Business

solely foi the purpose ot maKing

tat hvw tor ity Kownson. Kownson.-Sugar
Sugar Kownson.-Sugar ?.y, the middleweight

chainoion admittedly on his last

legs, is Availing until September to

E0 out 01 nis ciass io ugnv vanncu
Basilio. a-welter, i

vAna here wt are witn tne nest
class of roiddleweights in years,"

says Gouman, tne gnomeutttvui gnomeutttvui-tie
tie gnomeutttvui-tie man who trained Rocky Mar

riano and is currently vorkmg

with Rorv Calhoun. Goldman, thr

boxing sage departs irom nis .nor .normal
mal .normal yarn-spuinuig and gets mad

wnen ne mas into iw
fnc tied nn for one match. This at

a time wnen were is p i,e n t y oi

work for both champions in tneir

own leagues ; v

'.'The gymnasiums are tuu oi

fine middloweights and welters, '.
says. Goldman. "All the game

needs is matchmaking, eut au u
gets is somebody trying to make
more money fcr Robinson. There
are eight, maybe 10 middleweights
who would give Robinson blazes.
The same goes for Basilio in the
wetter class."



5 had extended

players from the-Atlantic

pacuic leagues.

The VFW Teeners scored two

In the first on a double by Gar Garcia.,
cia., Garcia., one in the third on singles

by Garcia, Scott and Corrlgan,'"" M0f cn 4 WOrd by the stronir
6ne in the fourtH on a tingle by oi Darrtown is a definite
Morris and a double hy Kulig, i that ne i, nuch surer a a-one
one a-one in the fifth on a home run t"t .,' finai standings than
by Scott and three in the sixth waiter OTaliey & In connection

their Winning

.trpot ss the Dodzers snapped a

losing one, "but. Uke the hero
..n,,t,Hiwt bv Indians ; in the

mnviea. Walter Alston wasn't

. ...V,'.. ... V. ;

. n i i f fact. Alston

aM h was oDtimlstic. And the

on a hit batsman, two errors and
-tnl.. U Vullir ariA' SLsntt.

Bi"aico Jr

The box score;

:vAk Jt


by now there is considerable In

the way of evidence mat an another
other another rarvinir la eoins to be e-

qually as; successful In '67.

it was tne anxiety aoout cam-

nanella. the superb handler of

pitchers ana power miter, mat

made Johnny Roseboro so im
portant during spring training

Roseboro. you 'see. is the only

"ovn catcher of promise In' the

ErooKiyn organization

vviuie Roseboro turned' out to

be a potent left-band smacker
with a good arm. It auickly de

veloped that his catching re

mained "altogether too crude for

the National League: The simple
rules-of catching bothered him.

t? eou'dn't reen his lbows out

VFW .Teeners:...
Chassin2b ..

Morris rf ... ...

Kiamco rf ..
Kulig ss ... .. .. ,. 4

Ness lb .:,'' :.'Vi
Garcia If, fi.irViVi' ..-'-
Scott., cf h t; 4
Corrian-b .f.r.2

Ammlrati 8bi ."-:



I-, A
0-u 0

So, a -Campanella eomebaek

became a must.-

Armed Forces Teeners; ,

Cotton c

Kline p '.

Valentine, M. e..
Thomas 2b ... .. 4
Eastman cf
Godsey ss. If .. f. ,. S
Barley ss, If ,, -..- J
Wilkinson rt .. .. .. ..

Miller lb

Ortiz Sb

Frangloni p

0 years. I don't have to tell you
1 ihow important that is to ua. .'


ir tirade about tne autocracy cuic nortnwest ... aumoaru

of umpires ... this from a guy equipment for skipping on logs:
who used to. call 'em in oandlot black jeans, suspenders and T T-ball
ball T-ball around Cincinnati ....r 'shirt.... . : ;

Hank Aaron May Become Best;
Right-Handed Hitter In Baseball

SUMMARY Home 1 runs:
Scott. 3 base bits: Kulig and
Garcia. BB off: Martin 2. Kilns
4, Frangloni 1. Strike outs by:
Martin 2. Kline 4, Frangloni S.
Earned runs: VFW Teeners 3,
Armed : Forces Teeners 0. Time:
1:50. Umpires; Hilzinger. Kler Kler-nan
nan Kler-nan and Ness. Scorer: Dohson.

Bloomington! Ind.' (NEA)
Panya Cbottikhun is one of 32
Indiana students elected to Beta
Gamma Sigma, top scholastic
honor for business administra administration.
tion. administration. He is a gymnast from

Thailand. v j v v

Wevlutve'Vlayers-hurt, and
Don Newcombe isn't off to a big

art. cincinnau is. so. is Mil

waukee, But I dont care: The
only thing I ears about Is Cam-
panellaV nand hii : V;-
The TJodiferJ havs the old pros
Campanella,1 Gil Hodges. Pee
Wee Reese, -Carl FuriUo' and,
Duke Bnider .:.v Vv.
. Campanella. whom the' book
shows to be3S. suffered one of
his alternate bad years last sea season
son season when, s bone chip started
to kick uo at the base of his
right, thumb. Jt was pressure on
a nerve In his' left hand that
dropped Campanella practleaUy
out of sight in 1954. v ;
A delicate operaUon broueht
the bulging- backstop baek Uke

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c an election repeater toy 1855 and



KEW ORK (UP) Sleepy Sleepy-looking
looking Sleepy-looking Hank Aaron of the M i 1 1-waukee
waukee 1-waukee Biaves has toe whole Na

tional League wu awake today to

tha fact that he may become tne

best riaht handed hitter in base-

ball- ?
. L.. A.. .K.t IKil'i tnr

ure." slows manaeer Fred Ha

ney. "ArK he's not even near his

peat yet . ;
CerUin it is, anyhow, that the
silent, somnolent 23-year-oid from
Mobile. Ala is one o( those

head and choukters" ballplayers
who immediately stands out over

tire Test nf the field.
Birdie TebbetU of the rival Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Redlegs .naturally won't
concede anything la the Milwa
Vm mauler, fieuiinl that hU own

Frank RoUnaoa is as eood a tet

' as aBy to become the next Ver Ver-cetual
cetual Ver-cetual battuut champion. But

There are two reasons for this
appareut ohenvmeuuu. une J
that the left-handed hitter bas an j
advantage in beating out the close
ones because he is a step or more

closer to first base after hitting
the ball The other is that most
major league pitchers are neht

handers, Riving them and. edge

over right-handed batters.
Yet Aaron nredicted last spring

. . 1 1 .u

mat ne inougm ne cuuia ieau luc'
lei me in batting and then did it

wiuj a average. ,



Wininiw. w--w w

He started in Eau Clalra'a
1952. becoming the Northern

League rookie of the year with a!w

Jacksonville, he led the SaDy 5

League with a 2d2 mark and was at
named the loop's most .valuable;?
payer. 5
As a major leaguer, after only i
tarr. aeaanna in organized ball t

took him some time to get

most baseball men contend tk at feet on the ground, tatting "otuy

Aaron has bun stopped six ways .230 in 1954 and then rising to
from the jack, jJH in 1955 before wining the
. Tap Lt Handera j bitting title last season. Rieht
- R seems stranse, at first glance, 1 now, pitchers fear him worse than
fist most of baseball's went J a re elbow,
top h.' A.t are left-oanded bats- "The next time I face him.

Pf, i rij crew mciuies sacs ivwd vnn neweoraoe oi me wo


S S. -SANTA tOSA" ...M.8"a W T H
S.S. "SANTA ISABEL .....Sails CrsitobaJ, May
SA -SANTA CECIXLl Sails CrteUbaL fa
8.S. "SANTA CECrLL." .......i.-Safls CristobaL May
S.S. "SANTA MARIA" .....,...8Us CrtstobaL May t
. S.S. "SANTA MARGARITA" ....Sails CristebaL Jmn
SA "SANTA rr ................. Tne alka. May V
SA SANTA AXTTA" Iue IUlb4a, Jane I
S 8. SAVr"r, ....tans CristebaL May
SlS. -SANTA AXTTA Sails Cristobai, Jan II
Leads Cargo at CrfarUba


Ted tiaijmi, Ssn Wusial, YociJ

Tm eonna throw the bau

Brrs the sitchtttin; lljcfe-innder tne piste. Tnit tne or
ey Mir.t.e. iiy to keep tim from hitting it.


2 BALBOA! 1151 ." . ; J

with the, prooks';; future;, home

base.- ,;M ;.; 3..i.t :'!'' 1

' :&Anir fer 1 Milwaukee' and

th club's first western swing of the way of his knees.- etc.

n.un a1 ha whs? Bert BCtlT SS-

.Itisfied with; the Br"-8;1
l'The, return of Johnny fodres
l'and the improvement of Don
SiDrysdale and Bandy Konfax
0 made the pitching better j and

a deeper than It was a year ago

Th munuer was dellgntea witn

the three youngsters von dim dimmer
mer dimmer and Charley Neal In the in
aM and -amo Cimoll to .left

fleldl;, UJi1 '' &
.kAKir: malnr aTyrlnB" nrob

klsts." smiled

Alston. "Ererybody taows. that
t,u an t?av CarflDanella s right

2 band. Campy again is (frlpplriB
3 th.bat and swinging as he-lid

liln ,hls mon-vaiuiLDio

The Dodgers have liad their

share of early misfortune. Randy

Jackson had to oe piacea on

the disabled list when he injur injured
ed injured a cartilage in. his knee. Oino
Cimoll twisted his Tight ankle
then pulled a muscle in 'his left
leg. i.:- -: :-,:t-.V:.v
Alston points out that the e e-venly
venly e-venly balanced league enhances

the Dodgers cnances oi once
more beating the Braves and
Redlees and winning their fifth

flag in six years. No outfit Is go-

mar to run away ana niae.

' And- even conservative Walter
Alston lias to admit that the

Brooklyn pitching is there In
lftrf0 'doses. v ' " 1
-The difference in the Nation

al League race this year' easily
could be that Roy Campanella

is there to eaten it wuie pat

ting In-runs.
' ., -:,'; -: ..... ., v

Quit naturally. Goldman's prin

cipal interest is bis own kid,. Rory,
Calhounr a belter from White
Plains 10 V who has lost lUSt

one fight out of 27 that a highly highly-disputed
disputed highly-disputed decision Jo Spider. Webb

in that one a nome town oi viuca viuca-go.
go. viuca-go. Young Calhoun tackles Joey
Giardello in Cleveland, May 17.
"The-wLnner uf this one should
be rightly entitled to a shot at the
chamnionshio." insists Goldman.

"But he won't get it for a year or

so. Norris, the commissions iney
all let Robinson do as be pleases.

"Giardello is a. pretty tougn lei-

low for Calhoun to be tackling;

Joey is a spectacular puncner wno
hrnice. Rnhkv Bovd's law in Chi-

caea. If he doesn't get in that

trouble in Philadelphia, he gets
Rnhn Olson ahead of Robinson and

knocks him out to be fighting

champion. You never would have
nesrd of Robinson's comeback.",
Galdmin lists a string of mid

dleweight matches that would in

terest ringworms. When Promoter

Norris couldn't- find' anyone else";

for June 7, be fell back on Gen
Fullmer and the old reliable Tv-v
ger Jones, both of whom, wool
like to vet another- crack "at

smacking Robinson around. Char-,
ley Humez beat Jones in Pans,. -offers
Robinson an attractive in-

ternational match in his own di


"Sugar Hart the welter, per

haps is the best, all-round fighter

in any class today, uoiaman con-it
tends. "Maybe too good for Bast-,., :
i: ... tir.i. n..... 1: .1 i n

Isaac Logart and Caspar- Ortegsf
should have been fighting, for the r,
iright to meet Basilio. '""
"ftobitison and Basilio will be-

av ava j-it-t vr ai rrnr rw nruTvaa niir

what of the rest of boxing? They
are looking to kill two divisions
just so they can clean up witu.
one fight. I thought commissions
were. supposed uk stop fighters f.
from eoins out of their class

while there is still first class ofc;
position in it. : .' )o,;-,?.
"1 don't believe Basilio couli'-
lick one of the top eight middle-'"
weights. Calhoun probably would,
knock out Basilio and I have
more news for you. He'd tear &,,,'
inson apart ;v
Usually. Goldman talks a bout,,'
his fichts. with George Kitt. the

way Rocky Mariano looked when
he first came around and how Ji

and Al we'll rsn carnival games'
during their salad days. Usually, a
.1.:. n .lk. m .. ft ntnbJ

UiiS uiue i igui. uui ui
ens is very amusing. .', ?
Bot now Goldman is too worried,;
about his husiness to be pleasant.

He has been in boxing something",'

lik--) 65 years, and UKe numerous
other interested people, would
like to check its downward trend,
So he's" complaining : about t h ev
way things are being run. ,4 ;

A utile mteuigence wouia f put,
boxing right baik on its', pn'
and Charley Goldman would start;,
by confining the activities of ,Sun.
gar Ray Robinson and Carmen. f
Basilio, to their class.
There i sufficient trouble therew.


New York NEA) Gaspat
Ortega. Mexican ; welterweiphti..'
has yet' to be-regarded as arjy
thing more than a 2-1 underdog,
in the four major vlctoriesjJisrT
scored en route to top ranking.; ,..
'. i'r (', lt ..:."! iZLktW



4 V


ifBpiete f-winflifii l&tntototOtfaw Drswinj; No. 1993, Sunday, May 19, -IM
t 'tv The whole ticket has. 48 places divided in two series "A" tt "B". of 24 pieces each.


First Prize 5220
Third Prize 2 2 6

$ 14,400.00
$ 7,20 0.0 0

. ju e


Approximations Derived From First Prue

Kir 41W.M I 1J 4Mttt S21S 1MMJ 1 StlT 4M.M j 4X4 .M trtt 4M.N I i4 MJ 1 1124 4444 I SWl 4S4.W
SUt. 4M.M I SS14 U.Hl Hit 444.44 I S21S Y 44 44 I S22t 4MM I (221 444 I S23S 4SS.S i S22T 444.44 I. 4 US 4S4.44

. Approximations Derived From Second Prize

I I t S S ( S i S 1 S
4T 14 4t j WIS4S.W I 147S 14S.H j S4Tt 244 44TS 244 N I4TS 14. j S47S IU 147 14S.S S4T iq.SS
47 12 44 I 47 12 4 I 474 12t.M I 47S 124 H I S47S i 124.H 4t 124.4 4X3 ITS M I Mas 11S.SS S48T 12.
421' 1244 I S4T 1244 f47S 1244 I MIT '' IMS I S4M 1244 4U 12. 44 S4S4 124. S4S 124.H S4SS ." 124.4

Approximations Derived From Third Prize

412S lUH I 1124 144.M l.llMI 41H jq H 144tl IlM 144.W T12S 144.44 S12S 1444 j 12 1444
HIT M M I tilt M M I 1121 M M 1121 M M 1 2124 M.M I 2122 M M 21M M.M 2132 M.W j 2134 M.M
WIS V i M 112 MT I till M.M 1114 M.MI 1122 M.M 112 M.M 1131 MM 1133 M.M I 213S v Mt

"Prlxe; winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: 1st and 2nd in Colon; 3rd in Panama
. The Nine Hnndred v holt tickets ending In and not include! la the above list win farty-EIght DoUars (MI M) each.
' 1 fSb whole Ucket has 48 pieces which comprises the two series "A" and S" :

Signed by ALBERTO ALEMAN. Governor of the Province ot Panama Ced. 47-12155
V Thr ReprctenUtivt of .the Treasury. JOSE GUILLER9IO A1ZPTJ

WTTNtSSES: Domlnre Rosa de Gracfn, CeaL 85-74
. .... I NicoUs Fersuindet, CeaV 47-111128

Notary Public, Panama


ttckata vita tha last dpbar aae.viui U ta wsi

HATt. rb

' w I S. nohara antFv ant ta tha im Pnu

rha rirat PYkra and U -In and Srtf fruai art draws aaaaratd. Tt aa aa-araxtnutJnn
araxtnutJnn aa-araxtnutJnn ara cawuae an tha 1 in. tcrm4 mni Third rma. In caaa
IK-kvt ahouiS cativ tl ataaeart ai aack artza, U kaMar anUUa a

lm aaant

Sunday, 5Uy If, 1957
Drawing Nanaber Cf4 .,

. Practatsr


nrgt Prixe. a a a a a 20
Second Prize. .... 79
Third Prize. . .1 26

$11.00 $220.00



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la 4lfeaa taa H-tow aiatfium Vtumy ajtaatad aa Caaval ATaaaa..
Plan of Ordinary Drawing Na. 1994 which wUl Uke
. place May 28, 1951 ;
' DirMad ta Mr aarias ot S4 traeuao aactt daneauMtad "A od
rtstST raiZK
I fin PTiia. Sari A and B. af ; S24.MM aft aana, Stt tM

1 aacand Pnta. Sana a and- B. af T.2no.M aaca aarkt 14 V a

I Third PTtoa. Sanaa A and B. at 3.404.W aack
IS AnarrniiiaatiaBa. Sana A and B. al S4 M aack
fruav Sanaa A and S. al LSO aock

M Prtzar Sana A and B. af 71 l
tS Pnna. Sana A aad A, af M(

seconb nuz
IS ApiaaaltiiUaka. Sartal A aad A. at $ e aaeti aarta
Fnaaa, Sanaa A aad A. a aack mnm

t v rmtt raise

A and B. at S

B, at

444 4

U 40044


9 Pnua. aanaa

A aad

4 04 tack mtm
12 M aack aanaa


9 Me
9 l TSSM

914X344 4

Price et o whole ticket i24.U
Price of a forty-eighth part $ 0



MONDAY, MAT 20, 1951

Or m moclvM you wish
T.A Bscc tttt TeL l.Te
t ruui, f.r.


V FOR HINT i In desirable II
'Vista ana attractive twe-
inn Chalet with maid's
v and hath, Fenced in yard. Tele Tele--
- Tele-- phone Panama 3-1305.
-I n r i
FOSTirS COTTAGES and large
beeaa In ma. One ntila east Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phene Balboa 1366.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara, Bex 1390 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. PhetM Panama
3-1377, Cristobal 3-1473.
Army, Navy Rapped
For Ineffective
'Conflicl' Rules
WASHINGTON. May 20 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Senate Preparedness sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee accused the Army and
Navy today of not laying down
effective regulation! to carry out
existing "conflict of interest"
laws in their dealings with for
. mer officials.
The subcommittee praised the
Air Force for "a comprehensive
group of regulations and .registra
tion provisions for persons seek-
lng to do business witn mat
la a 13-page report, the Senate
group called on Defense secretary
Charles F Wilson, to Issue uni uniform'
form' uniform' .regulations for all three
services to eliminate "confusion
and lack of conformance."
The "conflict of interest" laws
require former military and civil civilian
ian civilian employes of .the government
to avoid "unfair use of informa information
tion information gained or friendship formed
or prestige- obtained while em
cloved in the government.
Various government agencies
era .directed by the laws to set
no resulationa covering dealings
of such 'persons with their de-
The subcommittee, headed by
Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson (D-Tex),
said the Array has set forth "no
definitive-general regulations. It
aaid Army, provisions for registra registration
tion registration "are w limited ariobw of
correspondingly restricted. Value.?
The group jaUL the .Navy "has
. promulgated f no 'regulations nor
does tt, .have finy registration
"The report did not Indicate
whether the, Air Force reguU'
tions, which the subcommittee
nraiied: were nut Into effect
before er after the resignation of
the late Harold -E. Taibott as
oeretarv of air.
Taibott resigned In 1955 in the
face of "conflict oi interest" ais-
closures by the Senate Permanent
Investigating subcommittee.
. Another Pentagon official, for-
mer Assistant Defense secretary
Robert Trico Ross, resigned ear
Her this year after an investiga investigation
tion investigation by-the same subcommittee.
- "In thn interest of effective and
Uniform errforcejnenV of the rele
vant statutes- and --of atuihin,
hieh etutcr -urocurement stanc
arda. kia recommended that the
secretary- defense promulgate
appropnateiva sier reguiauons
end ramtrabon provisums appu
cable to .all rthree senrices," the
ubcommittee aaia.

Class Graduates
' Get Certificates
From Col. Arnold
; it?
Tomorrow n!t;ht at 7:30. at
the ADnrentlce School Buildln0

in BaJboa, Col. Hugh Arnold,
engineering and construction
HrecU)t of the Panama Canal
Company, "wiIl address the class
in mathematics end physics
which has been sponsored Joint Jointly
ly Jointly by the -'Industrial Tralnine
committee di tne ranama canei
Company and Local Union 397.
International Brotherhood of -lectrlcal
Workers AFL-CIO.
Arnold will present certifl-
cates to those who have com-
pleted the course.
New Bottom Print J65
ook I years to develop.
Fjo mora mld-seison haul
out, erica a yaar fa enough.
jcuarantaad to Stop all
for S65 etija.
fa. Engdlon, S. A.
28th St. No. 12-129
rhona 2-4970


ATTINTION. 0. 1.1 Jest built
, modem famished aaarrmenta, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, celd water.
rhaM Panama 1-4941.
POR RENTt w Spaeievs a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, one bedroom, hot
water, $42.50. J. P. de la Ossa
Avenue Riqui Building, facing
Firestone. Phene 2-3331.
FOR RENTi --Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
bet water. Phene 2-2504.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment Including refrigerate'.
Parch, parlor-diningreem, bad
room, acreened, riled, $55.00.
Inquire House 1 12, Belrsarie
Perrai, near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Furnished moderaT
apartment in Ball Vista. Three
family bedrooms, two baths, baths,-maid's
maid's baths,-maid's ream and bath. All con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Call during business
heurs Panama 2-2159.
FOR RENT? Furnished eeart eeart-ment,
ment, eeart-ment, liylng-dining room, -2 bed bedreems,
reems, bedreems, Stove, refrigerater, bal balcony.
cony. balcony. 43rd St Ne. 64, Bella
FOR RENT Madam, airy a a-partmant.
partmant. a-partmant. $50.00. 51st St. Ne.
30. Phene 3-2097.
Before While House
Against Bafisfa
A group of Cubans from New
York and Washington paraded
for an hour before the white
House vesterdav-in a rimnni.L
tion against the Batista govern government.
ment. government. The demonstration was peace peaceful,
ful, peaceful, president Elsenhower was
absent from the. executive man mansion,
sion, mansion, not yet having returned
from his Gettysburg farm.
Passing- jwdestriana gazed at
the placards and banners the
marchers carried and continued!
on their ways. Some motorists I
urivma; aiong, Pennsylvania Ave Avenue
nue Avenue before te 1 White House
slowed their automobiles, but. a
motorcycle policeman circling; In
the atreet signaled then to speed
up again and drive on. ;
Xrnesto .J. Betanronrt a .rrn.
ban resident of Washington, di directed
rected directed the demonstration th
local delegate of the New York
commiiiee of the orthodnr par.
ty.. He said the nurnose of th
anu-tista aispiay was to per
suade the United States s-overn,
ment to retrain from giving arm armaments
aments armaments to the present Cuban
government and to withdraw
uipiomauc recognition from It.
Police estimated the number
oi marcneri at 150.
US Earth Satellite
Launching Program
Faces Poslponemdnl
me united states program f e r
launching an earth satellite appar apparently
ently apparently is running somewhat behind
schedule, it was disclosed today.
Orieinallr it Was nianned tn
shoot the first satellite into space
in aeptemDer,
But Dr. Richard W. Porter.
chairman of a technical panel on
the earth satellite 'program, told a
House Appropriations subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee in testimony made nubile to.
day tnat he "would expect that
tnere is some delsy beyond that.
Porter ssid it miv be takine
longer than expected to solve
some aspects of the experiment.
He added that he "certainly
hopes" the program's schedule
win oe met.
me- united states ni.n.
tauncn six instrument bearin
satellites from Patrick Air Force
nase la riorida as psrt of the
Internstional Geophysical Year
Porter told the subcommittee he
confidently" hones all six will h
launched by the end of 1953, with
the first going no much earlier
He said the Defense Department
has not furnished a launching
Adams, Acquilled
On Murder Charge,
Back In Court Again
EASTBOURNE, England, May;
20 tut-1 vt. jonn Bodkin Ad
ams goes on trial in the magis-H
trate's court here this afternoon
charged with falsifying recordj
oout seme of bis wealthy, old na-i
beats in this exclusive seaside re-J
sort. ,!
Adams will be defended by Ecu
wtra uine, who aelped soeeeas soeeeas-ftilly
ftilly soeeeas-ftilly defend him last month en a
charge that he caused the death
of a woman patient se he could
benefit from her wifl.
The portly 33-yesr old doctor!
hss beefl free ea 45001 bail sines
his Old Bsiley murder trial


uiuinu v ruBiiivUMrw-Bi.

BABOO Na. IS "B" Stxact MORRISON 4th of Jnl Ave. a J H. LEWIS


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Phone Balboa 2744 er 1 inquire
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3 to 5 p.m. fhona 2-2451
r by appotntmeat.
- aan'"'
General Agent
Gibraltar l ife Ins. -Co. r
lor rates and Information ''
" TeL Panama r-05S
East 34th Street 3 1
across, from Lax Theatre
Hours' 1:00 a.m. to 12:00-
3:04) p.m. to. 3:00 p.m.
. TeL Panama 3-3272.
milia Tour flftrro down"
MdLevy HachUMa, Manase
Steam BaUi aula and fcwalt
Medical belts, ortH bracea.
' a Av. Jmte Araaameaa S-lt
. Dr. SCHOLL trainee Clttrapodkt
ui "Tmr.a
$95.00 to $150.00
No Down Payment
Easy Payment Plan
TeL 2-2(23
' Tlvell Ave. 13-73
Balboa Swim Pool
To Be Closed For
Cleaning Tomorrow
ej, i-t if i r
' The Balbea swimming peel
will be eloaed all day tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow (May 21) for cleaning. It
will be reepened for see
in his aequlttal April 9 on
charge of slaying Mrs. Edith
lice Merer U.
n was expected the sew bear-
in would last twe days and be
eootinoed te the Lewes Assiszes in
July. v
The less serious offenses were

laid under the forgery, cremation,
end-dangerous drags and larceny acts.


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FOR SALE: Ceramic Kiln
11 X 11 electric, 2-ln. extender,
14 melds end supplies. $80.00
Cristobal 3-1715.
FOR SALE: Leaving, mutt sell.
Upright piano,'. $110. Four used
WSW tubelass tires. 320 15.
$12.50 each. Albrook 34-2200.
FOR SALI: Collins Amateur
Station, 32V3, beam ante and
acceseriea, 1200.. Complete.
Consider separata sales. Phene
Pan 3-1969.
Indian Beauly Jays
Reports She Loves
Rossellini Humbiig
lJOmOtfuia '(UP-A 27-
year-old Indian beauty said in
Bombay today there is nothing but
"humDug"'in reports she is in love
with Italian film director Roberto
Rossellini. -' 7
Mrs. Sonali Das-Gupta,' speaking
by radiotelephone from her room
in the Taj Mahal Hotel, said. "I
deny everything. I am working
witn 'Ur. Kossellini. That u all."
Rossellini, who is booked in on
the same ncor of the Taj Mahal,
was not available to receive a call
Was she in love with him?"
"Very funny, 1 am surprised
Those things' are not true."
Why was she staying at the
same hotel in Bombay?
"He is just my boss. I am writ
ing scripts for him. As a matter
of fact most of the time he is not
here.'.' ; Vi .'-.i
Is she still on friendly terms
with her own husband, Indian turn
producer Han Daa-Gupta?
: "I cannot, tell you. That is a
personal question: It is not other
peoples business.' r';'.
.. M sua ipecung a cniiuf
VOh, goodness. I refused to talk
anout it. it s au aumoug."
Is Rossellini in love with her?
"You will have to ask him that.
He, it juatjny, Bosg.jVa;,
Witnesses Clant Up
In Acid Blinding
Victor Riesel Case:
NEW YORK; May 20 UP)-The
eovernment't charged today t h a t
its witnesses against Jonn- -1 J onn-
ny Dio) ?: Gioguardl have been
threatened and have refused to
testify in his trial for conspiracy
in the, acid, blinding oi victor me
U.S. Attorney Paul W. Williams
asked that trial of Dio and "three
others be postponed for a I e w
days to permit a Grand jury in
vestigation of the threats.
Williams said his witnesses are
all oresenly in jail in Mew York.
He said all had made statements
pertinent to the case. Last Satur
day, he said, they all refused to
see federal agents and have since
refused to talk with law. officers
about the case.
He said he had summoned the
Federal Grand Jury which indict
ed the conspirators to meet today,
to investigate the. sudden clam-up.
The witnesses involved were
believed, to be those who already
have pleaded guilty or been con-
viciea ox complicity in us. duin duin-ing
ing duin-ing at the labor columnist. .
Dio hss been named as master mastermind
mind mastermind of the plot and was so iden
tified at testimony by a confessed
conspirator during an earlier, trial.
United States DUrid Cawt For The
District at The Caaot Con
Cristobal Division r
In the Hattar of tbo Adoption of Al Al-oneo
oneo Al-oneo Krll Jordu. MiBOr, Civil Mo.
S12S Cttatkm.
To Sric Alcana Jordan, fattier ac me
You are hereby
rooulrrS to appear
before the United I
Statce instnn court
for the District of the Canal Zona, Drvi-
ion of Cristobal, at the Courtroom m
Crtrtobal. Canal Zona, an the leth day
of July. 1M7. at IS o'clock m the fore
noon ef that day. then and there to
how cauae. If any you ha, why Al Alfred
fred Alfred Ausustua Donaldson and Gladys
Donaldson should ant do samuttoa to a
dent Alfonso Eric Jordan and have hit
surname chanted from Jordan to .Do .Donaldson.
naldson. .Donaldson.
Witness the Honors W Guthrls T
Crowe. Judac. Unitad Statca District
Court for the District ef the Canal Zone
thai Srd day of May. last.
. c. t. Bicvorssics, T
Clark ef Court
-.- yaDarM M. i
Drout Clark
T: Krio Atenao Jordan, father ad the
The torsroing dution b sunt trpon
you ry pubiicotson purooam is mo jt
dar ssf tha Honors Ms Guthrie P. Crowe.
Judc. Unitad Ststaa Dtrtrirt Court for
the District of tno twi avono. oawo
the Sard day of April. ItST, and antcr-
and filed of record m mia arttesi
m the offJea of the Clerk of the Unrt-
Btataa Dirorirt Court. Dirisiaa) of
Crknoboi, an tha tSrd dsy of May, 1K7.
. T. mcvorancn,
Clark of Court
(Seal) .
pt vm-rtm as. jeaanaai
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: 9' refrigerator. 25 25-yda
yda 25-yda with deep freexed cem cem-paitment,
paitment, cem-paitment, $100.00. 21" RCA
TV Console, $200.00., Phene
Balbea 2-3047.
FOR SALEt Spinet Plane $300.
Guitar $10.00,. Cristobal 3 3-'2323.
'2323. 3-'2323. ,
FOR SALE: 9-piece 3 strand
Rattan $125.00. TV 21 -inch G.
t. $150.00. Hi-Fi 3 spaed G.E.
$125.00. 1 set Gelf clubs Mm.
plate $50.00. 1954 Buick Hard
Top $1495.00. 653-B Curundu
Heights. 1
FOR SALE: Mere reduc reductions....
tions.... reductions.... low S pes living room
sets 29.00, wardrobes 15.00,
china closets 15.00, metal
chests ef drawers. 3.50, kitchen
cabinets 37.00, folding beds
19.50,, nite tables 5.00, center
tables 4-50, metal beds 12.50,
new mattresses ,15.00, springs
12.50, bunk beds 39.00, perch
chairs 12.00, metal desks 35.00,
lineleuins 4.95,
Also: Beatfful wrought -iron
dining- and living room set-,
complete bedreem and dining
ream suites in pastel shades,
brand new refrigerators. Easy
lovely chrome "dinette sets
brano new refrigerators. Easy
terms. Household Exchange,
Nations! Ave. No.l4L .Tel. 3 3-4911
4911 3-4911 3-7343.
FOR-. SALI RCA adie vktrola
censole. Call Balboa 1409,
FOR SALE 2 1 -Inch television
set. "G.E." ; censoietto, 25-60
cycle. Phone Navy 3433.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, ex excellent
cellent excellent ..condition.' Sacrificing."
Smith, 2-6369 (7-4 Men. te
'Friday).. '.,-.!'
FOR SALE: D LuM straight
' eewing Singer. Beautiful: condi condition.
tion. condition. Attachments included
$150.00. Call 3-6419.
FOR SALE (u. ft WetHng WetHng-houie
houie WetHng-houie rofrigarator. Phone "Bal "Balboa
boa "Balboa 2-3463.'
Mahon Cells For ?3

In IkcS Defense Snsndln Pin n

fUHJSfftOK,Unf 20 (UP)"
unairmanCcorge- H.1 Mahon (D
iex; oi mo House Military Ad
propnattons subcommittee called
yesierasy for e three1 billion dol dollar
lar dollar CUt in President EiannhnWm-'a
33 billion' dollar, defense spending
luugrani. i .
Mahon said "we nuoht tn tra.
i i -it .;.:- .T
uh WUr aeiense sepnaing end
our defense program at about 35 35-billioB
billioB 35-billioB dollars."; He also proposed
that the government halt testing
of big H-bombs "insofsr as pos possible"
sible" possible" but continae to test smaller
Alsh6nr Said his uihcnmmlHM'
will j recommend to the full :-Ap-j
pivjHiauunH vonuniuee xuesaay a
cut an Eisenhower's new military
Duageu ne oia not mention the
size of the reduction- but .o t her
sources ,aave placed it at 32,500,.
........vV-i. -r..:nsi Vv. 5.'.
' Against Appreprlatlens 7
However.- the cut would he an.
plied against appropriations, not
spending. Members indicated
nothing' like the full sum would
be reflected in sctual reductions
starting July 1. v :
The three biUion doUsr eut eaH-J
ed' for by Mahon would apply to
the money snent bv the adminis
tration m tne new fiscal year. The
spending would be made out
money previously n r 0 v i d e d bv
umgress ana not spent, at well
as from the new SDWODriatlons.
The administration already has on
hand a big bankroll even 1 before
Congress Acts on, new appropna
tion requests. 1 ; 't
Mahon was, Interviewed on a re recorded
corded recorded television broadcast by
Rep. Harold C. Ostertag (R-NY)
for showiLg on New York stations.
He did not say against what items
the cuts would affect But he hint hinted
ed hinted ther would affect military pro-

OFF TO H-BOMB TEST SITE A Valiant four-Jet bomber,
piloted bv Wing Commander Kennth HnbbardVia shown as
it left Witotering, England, for the test alte at Chrtnmas Is Island
land Island where Britain fired Its first hydrogen bomb In the skies
on Msy 15. Hubbard few trie p!ane that dropped the bomb.
Four Valiants took part, in the tests which confirmed Britain
as the world's third power to possess tha hydrogen bomb.

MFC1ADO 1 Street No. 1

1S2 La Carrasau a
Real Estate
FOR SALE: -1400 maters ef
; land, $1.00 per meter.. Cash or
credit. 450 meters, Parque La La-wrevre.
wrevre. La-wrevre. Phone Harrison, 2-5674.
'After 5;00 p.m. t
, "Wonderful Opportunity"
(l Wauld you like te own s lovely
: Chalet in Boouete? It was built
. last year in. December and con-'
sists of two porches (one in
rant and the ether in the batk),
v ample living-dining room, twe
f bedroom j with Closeta, kiteften,
garage and sanitary service plus and cold water. Aluminalife
roof, cement, tiles, double thick'
npss plywood, glass .. windows,
, 1000 aeuara motor lot, level
4 land, grafted .' erangea in pro-
duction, only 100 maters from
the highway in .Boauata, Guada Guadalupe
lupe Guadalupe district. Write er speak to
Luis B. do Area, : President .of
Lions Club, Box 103, David,
Chirigui. R. P, ,
. WANTED Four (4) badroom
., house with large fenced yard by
'. I st Juna. North American family.
Golf ; Hts., Campe Alagra, El
Cangrejei Telephone 3-0208.
WANTED? Small Angora catJ
white or gray.,, Phono 2-2011;
office eurs. Jt ,,
Fast and practical Spanish course
(for foreigners), For informa information
tion information phone 3-2323, Panama.
Hillion Cut
1 1 I : f
curement,. aviation, fuel and, some
military installations.
Appearin on another New York
TVprogrkni, Sen. Irving M. Ives
(R-NY) proposed a cut of about
two Dllllon "dollars". or maeho
little motf in -the President
overao 371,800,000,000 budget. He
also said he thinks Eisenhower
"dels ved too lone" In takino his
uuugei u&ni 10 me people.
v Peend Foreign, Aid
Eisenhower who confers tomor
row with Defense Seeretarv
Charles E, ilson, ViU defend his
foreign aid budget to a nationwide
radio-TV speech Tuesday night. It
is a. follow up to his speech last
Tuesday which centered ehinflv nn
me muitary ; nuagei.
Other budget developments;
The President nicked as sunnort
ror.nis nungei rrom two orianlza
bons the Conference on Eco
nomic Progress, a non-oolitical re
search organization, and a eroun
oi .economists, laoor leaders and
educators whose views were aired
by tnencans for Democratic. Ac
tion. Both called for an end to
attacks on Eisenhower s budget
Army Seeretarv Wilber M
Brucker said a cut. of one billion
dollars in Army funds would force
a 225,000-msn reduction in Army
strength. Mahon at one time ask
ed the Defense Department how
it would apply a cut of $3,500,-
000,000, one billion dollars each
for the Army and Navy and
$1,500,000,000 for the Air Force.
. Sen. Estes Kefsnver (D-Tenn)
said he didnt think Eisenhower
"drummed uo" much sunoort for
his budget with his radio-TV
speech. Kefsuverver said he-re
ceived only four telegrams oa the
speech the dsy after the address.
two favoring and two opposing the
rresioeni r view.


SERVICE TV service calls $2 50
call before 7 p.m. for same day
service. SPECIAL any table mod- :
el or portable radio repaired
; $4.50 plus parts. Phone 2-4616.
Domestic Employes
v WANTED: Good maid for cook--.'
ing and droning, with reference,
v Doesn't have to ileep in. Paru
Avanua Na, 37-43 ( upstairs

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IT. COL, CHARLES S. McGOWAN smiles broadly as hls -wife,
Louise, pins : on the .Insignia of his r.w rank during a brief
ceremony last week attended by Col. Chester O. Frake, USA,
Assistant Chief of Staff J-4 of Caribbean Command (right).
McOowan, assistant petroleum officer; has: been assigned to
Headquarters Caribbean Command since July 1955. ..
- ' --''"U.SAnny" Photo)

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TRAVELER MSgt Lester L.. Swanson shows his command command-Ing
Ing command-Ing officers,' MaJ. Magdaleno Q Tomanehg,- U.&: Army" Garri Garrison,
son, Garrison, Fort Clayton; th.e area, he covered during an excursion t
througn South America. He covered a total of 10,750 miles by
airplane during a 30-day leave.; Swanson visited Colombia,
Ecuador, peru, Chile,, Argentina, ;TJruguay and Brazil." Upon
his return to Panama; Swanson related the Interesting cus customs,
toms, customs, and various scenic, wonders he saw throughout Souths
,- r America. (U.S. .Army Photo) .:. :

IstKmian Sports Gar CIul ;
Holds :-24rCar Gymkliana

Twentr four entries psr6cipat-
ed in a gymkhana, sponsored by
the Isthmian Sports Car Club at
the Chsme airstrip,
Entries' included the following
.k... Una VnlVautxtnn CinfT.
er, Triumph TrM Hillman, Morris,
Simca, Fiat, Anglia, Plymouth and
two clasic models: an Mg-TC and
The Wolselev. a 1933 model, was
driven by Charles Ashley, a senior
at Balboa Canal Zone. .
. .- . .-.-
First nrlra fee the event, a ree-
trlatien driver's crash helmet
donated by Metores Hull, was a a-warded
warded a-warded te Bud Weithaar who
was drlvlnai the Me-Tc.
Second nrize went to Joe cnus.
who drove a 1957 Fiat 1100 TU
roadster. John Snively, driving the
same kind of roadster, and Dill
Brown, driving a 1957 Plymouth
Belvedere, tied for third place.
The gymkhana course consisted
seven parts: 1) a full stop at
an intersection, coo form ing to traf
fic regulations. 3) Driving straight
to a wall and stopping, with min minimum
imum minimum distance ef five inches from
the wall. 3) Backing up through an
S turn between pylons with oae-
'Till 10:00 pAn.
(AO Werk Guaranteed)


WANTED: Experienced book-
keeper, mutt speak English and
; Spanish. Apply i Panama Radio

LOSTj Sandy, year eld blonde
Cocker is missing from William Williamson
son Williamson Place. It seen call Balbea
1409. v
LOST Reward $500.00 return
of bracelet bit at Hotel Panama
. during Carnival. No .questions
asked. Tel. 2-3207, Mr. Morrell.
. r-
foot allowance-to either sile. -.)
Parallel parking between two cars
in an area 25 per 'cent greater
than the length of the car. 5) A
test of precision driving- with left
end right side of car by going ov
er yellow markers, first with the
left from wheel and then with the
right front wheel. ) The serpen
tine, similar to a slalom in skiing.
7) Driving through, an intersection,
using correct Jane end traffic pro
cedure. v
The system of scerine and "Den
sities was brought by Bo Harvey.
who recently arrived on the Isth
mus from Wastuneton. D. C
where he is past president of the
M.G.Car Qub.v t ...
, - ;
The ceurte was designed front
a plan submitted by Claws
KMachmenn, techfsicisn fee the
Velkeweaen repreeentarive tn
Panama. Judgirtf was don by
mombort of the Isthmian Sports -Car
Cruh. t
Following the rrmkhana. all ad
journed to Gorgona Beach for a
werner roast. -
The club will hold its next meet. 1
ing at El Panama Hotel on Jane
14 at T:30 p.m. All interested per persons
sons persons are invited. : t
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wading in that beautiful dress. She's balanced precariously
on a float at Cypress Gardens, Fla. The Idea is to conrinee i
you that belles blossom even more beautifully than do water
lilies in Florida sunshine. r-

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Beck Wont Accept AFttCIO Heave-H6,

Wont Answer Union Chiefs: Charges

.Tmtrs prt6nt Dvt
Bck refuted today to actpt hit
suspension an AFL-CIO vice
prosidont' and told tho AFL-CIO
' hih command ho would not an an--
- an-- awor Its charges against him.

-..The 62-year-old union leader wa
t trought to trial by the AFL CIO
executive council on charges of

'malfeasance and maladnimistra

ion" as an AFL-CIO officer and

bringing the labor movement ifr
, to disrepute."
The Council met behind closed
' doors on the Ith floor at AFL.
. CIO headquarters to give Beck
ts chance to answer.
He flatlv refused.

Beck, who is under indictment

income, tax evasion charges,

told the council that "to require
to answer charges before this bo-

fly which relate in any way to my
defense (against the tak charges)
" would appear to violate my rights
as an American citizen as well as
my rights as a long-standing mem members
bers members of the trade union move move-jnent."
jnent." move-jnent." The unprecedented closed door

trial was almost certain to result
in his disbarment as an AFL-CIO

vice president and executive coun council
cil council member.
"Beck's attorney, Edward Ben Bennett
nett Bennett Williams, yesterday criticiz-

d the committee's' action in call call-''
'' call-'' ing the Teamser president for
questioning while the tax indict
- unent was pending against him.
' In an appearance on the ABC ABC-TV
TV ABC-TV program "Open Hearing,"
Williams reviewed the argument
he presented to the committee
when Beck' was called as a wit-

' oess last week.
. Ho contended that congression congressional
al congressional committees have no right to
make a "public demonstration"
by questioning a witness about
' "'facts already within their
' knowledge."

i Had Beck answered questions,
, the atorney said, he would have
' given the prosecution the benefit
of learning his defense in the tax

"' ease.
'ThiM forced Beck to invoke the

Fifth Amendment, an action that

Bright also be used against him,

k iThe AFICIO council suspended
.Beck from labor's high command
Ut March after ha invoked the

' Fifth Amendment to avoid answer

iag questions at the Senate ear-

- ing on his use ot union xunus.
i Since then, now troubles have

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32nd iMAA

PANAMA, fc. P, MONDAY, MAT 20, 1957


'Suez Seizure Constitutes No Panama Precedent'

KENNEDYS TURN OUT TO WATCH DAD IN ACTION Mrs. Robert Kennedy, wife of the
Senate Labor Rackets Committee, Drought along her three children when she attended a ses session
sion session of the committee in Washington. Lef t to right are: Kathleen, 5; ; Robert, 3r Mrs. ; Ken Kennedy;
nedy; Kennedy; and Joseph, 4, who seems to have something ta say to his mother in private.- r ;

Maurice Thatcher Compares Status of 2v Canals
WASHINGTON, Mar 10 (UP) Maurice H. Thatcher, former governor of the Panama. Ta. i .'

nal Zone, contend that Ervnt'i seizure of the Sue ranal did not constitute a nrerdnt hvT' . '. ..

In a statement prepared for the Panama Canal Society of Washington, which will soon JTff"h5 ifctrutVnn
be introduced 1 the Congressional Record as matter of general public interest, Thatcher held J H,w. .Ti
that the political .tatu. of the Sue. and Panama Cl i f-ndameaUy different. l "upeSle "miZZ

Thatcher is the last surviving vention of 1888 and

member of the Isthmian Canal the canal was onerated by the com'

Covemor, Gamboa
Civic Group Meet
Wednesday flight
The Governor-U.S. Community
Conference wiU be held Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at Gamboa starting at 7:30
p.m. In the Civic Center.
- The iwltch from the normal
atartina; time of 4:30 pjn. was
agreed upon at the last meeting
of .the Governor with officers of
the VS. Civic councils In an ef effort
fort effort to encourage greater attend attendance.
ance. attendance. Because of the change, the
hours of the Gamboa Commis Commissary
sary Commissary have been changed on
Wednesday only from l p.m.-8
pjn. to 12 noon-7 pjn.
Among; topics on the agenda
are further discussion on locat locating
ing locating and financing the proposed
Balboa school cafeteria. A report
. tw orlven oa a renewed

proposal to air-ahip fresh fruits
and vegetables to the Canal Zone
ftom the VS.
(airier 'Anlielam'
Crashes Info Pier,
Damage Said Slight




Tbe (UP-Tbe 40,000 ton aircraft carrier
AntSetam crashed into a river

wharf bare way """"lafter VX. Security Council de-

lost control oz me o"""! bate on the ouestion.

Israeli Vessel
Said En Roule

To Gull Of Aquaba

JERUSALEM. Israel. May 20-

The Israeli cargo vessel Athllt
was reported steaming toward
the Oulf of Aqaba today but all
Indications were. Israel would
postpone sending a test ship

through the Sues Canal .until

TEAMSTERS MEET WITH MEANTWA conim ittee composed tf fiv iTeamsler TJnlon. Tica

presidents arrivea at Aif-uxu ncaaquairers 9 wasnington to. discuss the union's problems
with Presidentvaeorge Meany; ttett to' Tight are:1 William Lee.VChlcago; josephf Divinyr Saa

rwjciacHi. yames ,jwu eiri, : ainar Moonr. wasnington.; ano;,Tnoma fflcitey.ew,,. York.

piled up on Back. A H ad e r a I
Grand Jury indictad him for tax
evasion and the commirta pro produced
duced produced new avidanc to support
its charges- that Back "t oak"

more than $320,000 in Teamster

In addition, Teamster Vice
President John T. O'Brien has
announced he would run against

Beck at theTeamster convention

Union sources said O'Brien's

candidacy was not a decision by

tne jeamster executive board al
though he counts on getting sup support
port support from some, board members.

The AFL-CIO council confronted

Beck with a list of specific charg

es based largely on disclosures

brought out at the Senate hear

ine committee listed 52 ways
in which it said Beck had misused

his position as head of the 1,500,

000-member union for the benefit

of himself and his family.

Commission which in years 1910-

1915 turpervised the construction

of the Panama Canal,
Later he was a coneresman

from Kentucky and presently he

practices law in Washington.
"The political status of the two

canals Suet and Panama are
to be contrasted," Thatcher stat-

ed. 1 ,
; "The Sues Canal was con-:
structed under a concession
granted In 1154 by the Khedive

ef Egypt te Ferdinand do LOs LOs-aops
aops LOs-aops which atithorlied the. latter
to organize ft private company
for the purpose of constructing,
maintaining, and operating that
waterway, vs-vr-, 'tf

"Tha grant involved ran- for )99
years, commencing from the day
of the opening of the canal for o-

perstion. .:,- v ;. c. .. y., ,,,

"The csnal was begun in, i860

and put ino successful operation,

;un uct. z, i8g there w a s

signea at Constantinople a e o n-

vention or treaty by Germany,
Austria-Hungary. Snain. France.

Italy,;. Netherlands, Russia ;t and

iiu-aey witn respect to the free

navigation of the Suea Canal.
1 fTM United State would not
nave undertaken the work x
copt for those and ether grants
'Nim4 In the treaty of 1M3." :

t ,'Great Briatin, though named as

a signatory, did not sign but did
respect the convention, and formal.

ly adhered to it throueh the Anelo.

rrencn. agreement of April ty .1904.

aciiuicicra iv we. con

was indeed a ruthles act. i ; xeuow fever and malaria, ; to-

"Now let us turn to Panama, either with other tropical diseas

The case there is altogether dif- ?s .ne,d 0,6 Isthmus- of ..Panama




Local iTcefolalcri

icrnfUard Fact

About Soft Drink

pany in accordance with that

-: "The 1UI convention provided
that the Sues maritime ; canal
should, always be free and open
-In time of war as in time of
peace to every vessel of com commerce
merce commerce or war without: distinction
of flag.
'Other supporting provisions
were included in this convention,

with the territorial rights of T u r
key reserved.

"The latter provision is to be

contrasted with the cession of sov

ereignty of the.. Canal Zone strip

in Panama. . t.-t

-"Until the recent seizure of the

Suez Canal, by Egypt, it was gov

erned -by the concessions to- De

Lesseps and the convention of 1888.
"The Indicated seizure :. w a-s
clearly in contravention of the
provisions In ; those documents
and -contrary to all International
law, which it tec the effect that
one nation cannot abrogate by
itself the treaty previsions bas based
ed based on appropriate considerations
and before the end of the p r e e-scribed
scribed e-scribed period. I
' "ThorA mii hd mutual ims.

tiort. .Hence,' the 'action rf -'.Nasser i "ifeeably to

111 Mi;y."o)-niUJVUl flUUlU(UJ W

treaty or international law, and

in derogation of both, and ;waa
largely motivated by a desire for
revenge because of his failure to
procure from the United States

and Great Britain funda forr the

Aswan dam project

Of course. Soviet influence was

Back or Ef ypt;' ; H : ;

'"The lease period for the Sues
Canal had nly about 12 years
fo run, from the dare of Nasor's
Action.', The.' waterway would
pass automatically te Etyptian
ownership end central In 1?ol.
"Nasser thus undertook ta can.

fiscat valuable property of share-


- "The Suez company was orga

nized as a private undertaking,
with a commerical company and
with the operation of the canal as

a source of profit. Under the com

pany it was operated successfully
and profitably, with a 5 per cent

or tne net profit to Egypt. v ; v:
"To Panama, in addition to the
basic indemnity paid to the Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian government of

000, under subsequent treaties the

united states is now passing an annually
nually annually to Panama $1,930,000; I
"Also, it is according to the Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian government and its peo people
ple people certain eubstantial benefits in incident
cident incident to the operation and main maintenance
tenance maintenance of the Canal.- ,.' ,.'-,
, ,.'-, 1 v v 1 "
vAfter the failure of '' the
French attempt to construct the
Panama Canal, no other nation
or authority could have c e n n-structed
structed n-structed h.

in their grip.

Adequate sanitation had to f
bo established before there could
be any hope of success in t h e i
American effort; and the senita &
ry miracle that followed w a s
brought about by American skill
and leadership. t v
"In order to accnmnHsh th tact e

in hand, our government negotiat-s

eu a ueaiy wun ranama imme-l
diately upon the independence' of I
the latter in November, 1903;
'Thereby newly-created Pane-1

ma gave to the United States, for
stated considerations, authority to
construct from Ocean tn n r m n

through the center of the country,
the Canal; and gave, as stated in
th treat 17 'ftnmnlat. :

over the 10-mile zone strip through
Which the Canal was to extend; al also,
so, also, very broad powers as to sani sanitation,
tation, sanitation, expropriation of additional
lands for the use, of the C a n aL
and the like,

posiuon to undertake the work I 1 e 0 " U : A 1 1 1 S
id pur government did undertake OO A I n .t



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'..""' v (NEA Telephotd)
TESTIFIES ON BECK LOAN Appearing before the Senate
Labor Rackets Committee In Washington, -A. M. .Burke, head
of, the mortgage loan department of the Occidental Life In Insurance
surance Insurance Co. of Los Angeles, gives testimony which Senate in in-yestigators
yestigators in-yestigators said proved that Teamsters -chief Dave Beck stole
i y $322,000 from his union instead of borrowing it,


bound vessel.
- Officers of the Dock Board Her Heritor
itor Heritor Patrol said damage to the
Navy's massive csrrier was light
but the wharf was heavily damag damaged.
ed. damaged. The Antietam is the largest
hip ever to visit the port of New
The carrier earae here for an
gmred forces dav visit Saturday.
The public toured the ship, which
carries 1,509 men and officers, Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, and Sunday.
The accident occurred shortly
after 11 a.m. when the Antietam
was outward bound. She was pre-:

paring to bead down the Misusi-

bate on the ouestion.

Reports in Haifa shipping

circles said the Athllt waa en

route to the Aqaba Oulf port of

Ellat from Djibouti, French

Somallland. and should arrive
within 48 hours despite new A A-rab
rab A-rab threats to close the Oulf to

Israeli shipping.
Foreign Ministry spokesman
Moshe Leshem denied reports a a-broad
broad a-broad that Israel was raising the

Suea Issue as a smokescreen to
conceal rapid development, of

the Ellat shipping route.
Leshem said it has always
been Israel's view that Israel

was entitled with all aeafarlnr

pn river to ue cuu Mexico nations to un trammeled right to

ana tAea oa u aer reasacoia, riai peaceful passage through the
, :M canal and that Israel
Harbor officials said the acct-; determination In this matter ha
dent atuy slightly delayed the Aa- no relation with development to


the Oulf of Aqaba.

Queen Postponing
Visit To States;
Suez Issue Reason

LONDON, May 20 (UP) The

Sunday Express said today that

Queen Elizabeth will postpone "in

definite!" her proposed slate

visit to the United States next fall.

' ;
A story headlined "Queen's U.S.

Trip CHf m Lord Beaverbrook's
rfsper said an official announce

ment 'postponing the trip Is "like "likely
ly "likely to be made soon."

Tne Express said tne Queen s

reasons included tension over -the

Sues Caaal issue and the govern

ment "rancor a that Canada
should not feel slighted by the
Queen spending more time in the

United States than in Canada."

Psa Visits ICpurt
To Defend Faroufe
Defariiation Count
: V ""' '' - .
PARIS, May -1 fUPV-Socletv

partygiver" and columnist Elsa

maxweu goes to court todav ta

oeiend herself in a defamation of

character uit brought by ex-King
Farouk of Egypt
She said she "certainly hoatt

to wia." ..

. . I
Farouk sued the 74-year-old

society wvnan for $14,000 because
she wrote la her book "R.S.V.P."
that she refected a invitatkm ta

visit him ?ecause she disspproved
of his personal life.

Sets Ite7 Record


No; matter how old or wise you ,v j'- t t-are,
are, t-are, you can learn something ,ev-l lip a r t L I t
ry day. U5AF SaOFC JCf

throughts of 47-year-old Panama-

man justo Cortes as he faced the
Balboa Magistrate today on. a
charge of intoxication. He plead pleaded
ed pleaded not guilty to tha harge.
. When confronted today by the
military policeman who had ar arrested
rested arrested him Friday afternoon near
the Ft. Clayton Post Exchange,
the bush-haired defendant asked:
"Could you tell me what kind of
alcohol I had been drinking?" f
, "No," replied the IP. t 1
"Well, I didnH drink aay alcohol.-
I don't drink alcohol at all
never.".- -" ". r. 'r: :
Under- questioning, however Cor

tes said all be had was "two or

treaty arrange-

Array Chief Scores
Those Who Sneer

Al US Pcfrlcfiirn T
NEW VORkMay 20 CUPl-Ar-

my secret arv wi hf m rmu.

nao snarp iworas of criUcism to-

oay ior Americans who fe"sneer"
at patriotism as outmoded and

iook oown tneir noses" at

sons who display .true pa

impulses. .f.;...x,-i-.'.-i;y.-,-t

,.Tne 1 Communist pnnnircv

would like nothina better than, tn

infiltrate out A m e r i c a n insti institutions,
tutions, institutions, undermine the foundations
of pur government, and destroy
the unity and determination of the

peopie ot wis great, naU on,"
Bnlckrt tairl ..

39 Algerian Rebs

ALGIERS, May- 20 (UP-French
troops have killed 89 rebels in
three day "clean-up" drive on the
Bou -Segza" mountains; 25, miles
south of Algiers, the .ArnuMm,
nounced today. -;

Brucker said.

Patriotism is

one of the

'offlrtikl. fr.naonntlrt.nt.1 rrA X'?"' smugly ieei

i,V.7.TrfZ ..,.Viri. i .v.; 111,1 tney nave au tne answers,
yesterday, sweeping across tha .ad who sneer at ntrintim ..

cnnriErv in I nmrt tan im mn. .... . -, -. r-

utea. : .'

.The' red, white and blue F-00F
fighter let, piloted, by Maj. Rob-

msqn Risner, 32,


miles per hour on the 3,405 mile

The' old record, also termed

"unofficial? by an Air Force

' "Allhough they've plenty of time

Afflti afftM0 fr miwanii ax

CI A. f P"wre, for all the fine but often

three bottles of palm wine", spokesman,' was set by Col, Rob-

which he had consumed In Arrai

jan before going to Clayton.

said the Judge:
"All wine has alcohol in it. Didn't
you know?" ; .; .-
Because the man had nn nrav.

ious convictions, and had already
spent the weekend in iail waiting
for his trial. Judge Deming sus suspended
pended suspended the imposition of his sen

tence, and placed the defendant on
one year probation on condition

that -he does not get intoxicated
again. t i i

ert Scott In March 1855 when hla

F84F Jet streaked from Calif or or-nla
nla or-nla to New Jersey in 3 hours suid
44 minutes. i .-

Risner left Palmdale, Calif., at

12:13 p.m. EOT and arrived here
at 351 pan. EDT.
Tuesday Risner will Dlldt hla

super. Sabre let along the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic route taken by Charles ?A.
Lindberah 30 year aro. ;When

Risner.' F100P lands at Paris, it

win d tne rirst plane oi
kind In Europe. :


. 1. 4k a

'Last Doyf w. 75 Jjo
3:00 5:08 7:00 9:00 p.m.

' ii 'JJ i i. ." aBsOaaaa. 1 '.'i;-.;

djvrtm ....i.'ijiacil


,. 1 .f .:

superficial things, they are unwill-


for our country., They tend W

'look down their noses at anyone

who displays true patriotic im

pulses. They sneer at anyone who

expresses iu patriotism. America
was built by patriots, and Ameri-1

ca will be saved only by patriots."


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B edroomfH abifsOf Froggtes
Worse Than Most Polks Fear
. ... 4' i T
"rv,"" o ; .',.

The cse wiU
this afternoon.

be beard hero


The National Geographic society

came out today with a conOden

tial expose oa the bedroom habits
of frogs. ."

The hush-hush facts turned out

to be far worse tha a many frog
haters believed.

The usually staid Georgrsphic

Society aooarently felt compelled

to disclose the wantoa truth be-)

cause of the cavorting of a crowd

of suburban Washington frogs

Brentwood, Hd.

vSome eiOs'r esemble the
sounds of quaeti-M ducks, bark barking
ing barking dogs, bleating ioats, whoop whooping
ing whooping Indianl or a regiment of men

beating tin pans." it said. '.

. Of course, the "-society 4 laid,
this goes oa until the boys and

girls get together.

Brucker was the priaeipal!
speaker at the unveiling of the

bust and tablet of "Stonewall"

Jackson at the New York Univer

sity Hall bf Fame for great Amer

icans. Gen. Thomas Jonathan

Jackson was elected tn tha hall

its of fame in 1955. His bust was the

83rd to he placed in the shrine

since it was founded in 1900. It

was installed near, those of Gen Generals
erals Generals Robert E. Lee, Ulysses S.

Grant aa William Tecumseh

Shrman. v '.-

.More than 1,000 gnests wit-1
Bested the. ceremonies. Among

them .were members of the armed

forces, the United Daughters of;
the. Confederacy and three gener-;

ations of Jackson s descendants.

Stark drama of teenage v

gangs on waterfront!


rum af CWSU

1 I ? k oroifi

a.MfnmcmK-kaujim remit


JVcalhcr Or Not

But that's not aO.

The society said Bight-prowling

researcoers armed witn tane re-

ia corders. hsve reportod four other

types of frog noises besides the

Eishty-three-yesr-old Mrs. Mary matin can. It described thena as

Hannaa complained s e verall the. "warning chirp, warning vk

THis woorhor -1 oport for the

1 24 hours ondinf a.m. today.

it meewred by the Motooroio-

l ftcol 0"d Hydroaraohic Branch

4 the Panam canal Comoanv:

, Balboa Cristibal

-' Balboa Cristobal






weeks ago to Brentwood Mayor

William H. Smith that the frogs!

ia a neighbors pond were "dis

orderly and carrying1 on" every
night until midnight. The mayor
clearly a romantic said be

liked frogs.
eiaty made clear In Its easwee
Hot Mrs. Harmon- hod 0 m o-
thinf to coanpiabt about.
It said each species of bay
frog ses a distinctive mating
call during the springtime to at attract
tract attract the girl frogs of the same

rpecies. It noted that frets '. are

very particular about what spe

cies they date,

and rain

oration fright scream


"The, last is a tinging-ia the-

shower .type of thing apparently
Just for fun,' it said.
.. The -Mcloey sohf spee!
frots hove beow eesosod of lots
of thlnts knchfarmf koooina; a
Mtsaouii f armor's hots slim.
"Every time that blamed buQ-
froc rivM out with a bellow tha

pigs think Ms someone cauwg.wATB iamr.
them to eat," tie farmer said, (toner harbors)

They're running all the fat off
their bone answering his caS."
. Oa the other band, the society
said, many peepie agree wiia
Mayor Saiitli,





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