The Panama American


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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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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]
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Panama -- Panama


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

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'Lcl lh.9 people knots the truth and the country U safe" Abraham Lincoln.' YbTxAsU Tnzr
J3rd II

To Update, Revise
Long Range Studies

, A contract has been awarded to the New. York en engineering
gineering engineering firm of Parsons, Brinckerhoff, Hall and Macdon Macdon-atd
atd Macdon-atd for studies and a report on the revision of cost esti:
mates for several long-range possible improvements of the
Panama Canal. -;'
The studies will be based principally on the Isthmian
i Canal Studies of 1947 and will Ise directed towards the
updating of cost estimates pn various long-range improve-
' ment plans developed during the course of those studies.
The contract with the engineering firm provides for a com completion
pletion completion of the studies by th end of this year.
Generally, the new studies will be confined: to three
principal plans, listed in the Isthmian Canal Studies of 1947.

' Plan It provides for the construe construe-tion
tion construe-tion of a Third Set of Locks and
i some major channel imrpovemeiV.
including the widening of Gail,
lard Cut to 500 feet and deepening
both the fresh water and approach
. channels.-. iV:'----i tf. I
The new study will vary from
. the original Third Locks project
in that the new Pedro Miguel
.Locks would be alongside the ex-j
) : isting chambers. :::- v 'ww.
' Plan III provides for construc construction
tion construction of new locks at Miraflores and
Gatiin, elimination, ot Pedro Mi.
- guel Locks and miscellaneous im im-t
t im-t provements, : '-!;-.v ,-'1'";v-'t :V; -.
' v The ulti mate development of
' this plan would be the construe-'
' Iron of additional leeks at Catun
, i and Mirafleres after which the
( summit level of Oatun anH Mira;
floret Lakes would bo raised to
n fott. ." .: ': V-;-:,-v;-''-i..'
Plan IV calls for the conversion
-. of .the existing Canal Into a sea
level waterway JMew. cost esttmat.

v es for this project will be based
' essentially on design, calculations

developed in the, 1947 Studies, with
Fl:nd3 Of iil
NEW YQRK (UP Gov. Leroy
rollins f Florida said yesterday
that President Eisenhower and
Gov.. Orval Faubus of Arkansas
must share the blame equally for
Hhe crisis ; that developed over
school wtegration at Little Rock.
. Collins : said. ; Faubus was at
fau't "for using hi police powers
affirmatively to prevent enforce-
; ment of a judicial order" and Ei Ei-senhower
senhower Ei-senhower "for not anticipating the.
; explosivenes of the situation and
moving early to head it off." .
Collins, chairman of the SOuth-
. ern Governors' Conference, and
three' other Southern governors
met with Eisenhower last Octo.
ber to discuss ways of settling th?
dispute which was then in' a criti criti-cal
cal criti-cal stage.. The President had or.
- dered federal troops into the City
.'to back up the court order for in-
- tegration oS Central High School.
Collins; writing in Look Maga.
that, he believed Eisen-
' hower could, have headed offhe
1 aeveiopmg crisis iicijwiu,
where ; he i met with Faubus, ,or
.... '. . NrnAVn 1 11
rtnat' nis jw uey s"") -thr
urtinB for him. could nave
rinnp it. in face-to-face discussions
at Little Rock prior to that time.
But Collins said that the "real
fault" for Little Rock was else,
where. ."
A little Rock crisis somewhere
was almost inevitable because
the courts now are placed in the
- unnatural, and I believe, uniena.
Wp nosition of acting in execu.
tive and legislative,' as well as
.CiJicial canapitips." he Said. A
Tho 'ti s. Suoreme Court, he
-said, has pre-empted the field of
enforcement from Congress and
"cot itswtf uo as the eovernmen-
tal instrument to develop integra
tion procedures.'
Pcr:c:;r.:! Dsircnu
;Ccr.r.!:lcs r.lovc
Ir.b t:cv DuHdins
Kf.,tnrf nf Panama Canal Bu-
reau units to a new f"""w
building in Aeon, formerly the An
will be compiet.
ed tomorrow with transfej of the
remaining units of the Central La.
bor Office from Building 69 'on
Roosevelt Avenue,; 'Balboa V :. f f-,
, f-, This 'transfer will involve;' as.
proximately 14 persons, all out out-.
. out-. of -service files, and the identifi.
cation unit. .. -' ; : ::
The move will take place Wed
- nesday morning. A small amount
of business can bs handled by the
" Central Labor Office Ontt' tomor.
row -afternoon and business should
be in full swing Thursday mroning
in the Central Labor Office section
in the rpar building of the new Per
sonnel Lureau offices, i ...


some changes in construction me.
thods, V, 1
. Tho engineering firm engaged
for. tho ong,rangt improvement
studios and cost tavisions com.
plotod a report thro yoars ago
for tho Panama Canal Company
on rovltod estimates of tho tea
lovol construction costs.
,'' : -:".:,.; v w.-. .Si" -s
The studies : at that time were
Confirmed 4q the : sea-level project
and were more restricted in scope
than those to be completed under
me new contract. : ,. i
Ivci In ThjRcin
V -r A1 :i..".U.
k PanamSnftn.MiCK "attvt
claimed today that his driver's li
cense was illegible because, he
has to get cut of his truck s in i
heavy downpour to 1 nelp two
calves who had fallen flown while
he was hauling them to Chonrera
trom the interior,,
In Balboa Madstrate's Court to.
day the defendant. Bicardo J 01
medo, told -the Judge that it bad
been raining hard, and because
he had to get out of his truck to
take care of the livestock he was
hauling, his billfold was drenched,
The Panama driver's license, pro,
duced xn court oday, was Ulegi.
bie. :'y
"'Imposition of sentence was sus.
pended for 30 days On the charge
of having a -'mutilated'; license,
In addition, the 34-yeat-old Pana.
manian was fined slO for driving
with -faulty ; brakes
' He firW came to the attention of
a Canal Zone traffic ; officer on
Thatcher Highway ; at Mile Post
3. The policeman said today tnat
he noticed Olmedo's truck crawling
along the high way, and that the
muf.ler was making a loud noise.
irrfi,: 'i;!.;:;-.."'.-;, ikK"'- -?g!vfii
- Upon investigating the discover,
ed that the brakes on the t r u c k
were bad. Later it developed that
Olmedo's license was also faulty.
'The defendant claimed in court
that his license does not .expire
for another, yearn' but this could
not be proved.';,'-;:'','v::Ki!!;
Funeral Tomorrow
From St. MaryJs
' Funeral services for Walter J.
Allen, well known Balboa resident
who died suddenly Minaay nigni,
will be held at 8 a.m; tomorrow
at St. Mary's Church id Balboa.
The Rev. 'Joseph F. Konen, CM.
will conduct the services v ji 1
Acting as pallbearers! at the fu.
neraj services will be nyrne
Hutchines, Louis Snedeker, Carl
Newhard.. William LetBrun,
Charles Cross and William Mon-
zon.. .? 'i-v;
' Following, the services at tlft?
church, interment will take pla$
at Corozal Cemetery.
A Rosary Service will be held
at 7:15 p.m. today in the Gorgas
nospitai. Mortuary Chapel.
Zsa Zsay Km
Rafael Trujillo Jr. remained in
seclusion today from the week.'
end stir created by his fur coat
and foreign" car gifts to actresses
Zsa Zsa Gabor and Kim Novak
The 29-year.old son of Domini,
can strongman Rafel Trujillo re.
portedly was recuperating from
an adenoids operation at 'his lux luxurious
urious luxurious mansion." : '.' Tr
v The gifts brought, widespread
comment and uertians
from legislators in Washington as
to whether any of the million

Ancon Traffic
Lights AH
Set Tomorrow.
A new Ancon traffic control sys.
tern which will alleviate congestion
in one of ;the worst traffic spots
on the Pacific side,' will be placed
in operation tomorrow morning,
it has beea announced by the Pa.
nama Canal traffic engineer.
The signals controlling both vehi vehicular
cular vehicular and' sedestrian- traffic .will
be switched on at 6:15" a.m. and
the v will I temain .' m. operation
throushout the day. They will te
turned to flashing operation after
U o'clock.? each ;mght. c
Operating on" a three phase sche.
dule. the traffic sisnals will ber.
mit the free flow of .northbound
and southbound traffic, then the
passage of east and westbound traf
fie. arid during the third tohase ail
vehicular traffic will be halted to
permit pedestrians, to cross the
street. . f
The new svstem,-which includes
signals; safety islands,' and seven
modern -mast.arm street lights,
was installed by the contracting
firm of Dillon and Hickman, at a
cost of approximately; $20,000. The
project also included the widenins
of Fourtb of July Avenue between
:.': and "J" .-streets-.- The system
was" tested over the weekend and
formally accentedby the Engm.
eerin? ,andf Construction Bureau. q
.it is exnectea that, the system
will, greatly minimize traffic ac
cidents. in thst jjarea, and reduce
the.tajnount, of congestion and de
lay to the 13,000 wr more vehicles
and the many thousands of -pe
oestrians wno use that mtersec
House yesterday shouted approv
al of a compromise $578,384,000
military pay; raise.- With : speedy
action expected in the Senate, it
apoeared certain servicemn would
get fatter pay checks June I.
' The House accepted without dis.
cussion the Dill as dratted by
House-Senate conference' commit.
tee. It would provide-pay raises
for all servicemen with more than
twd years" service; proficency pay
for special skills and responsibil.
itv say for 'some officers'. ;.
The original House mirgranted
a 1663,327,000 pay doosi. me sen.
ate scaled this down to $576,038..
000; $400,000 more than the Senate
originally voted.
The measure takes effect the
first -day of the -month following
its enactment. '
It would eive a ray boost of at
least 6 per cent to au. memDers
of .the armed forces with more
than two vears of service.
. Pay hikes would range from 14
per cent in the corporal vitnira-
class petty otticer graae w i
nev cent ior memners oi me
Joint Chiefs of Staff.
The compromise retained a Sen Sen-ate
ate Sen-ate provision for special responsi.
bility pay for captains, majors
lieutenant colonels and colonels
and their Navy counterparts wnp
hold positions of critical responsi.
hi itv T
: It also retains' S House provL
sion for a proficiency pay system
designed to help the armed serv.
ices attract and keep men with
special atomicage skills. J
Hunting Without;
License Brings
$10 Court Fine
! For hunting without a license
Dorrel Bodden was fined $10. today
in Cristobal Magistrate's Court
, The 40-year-old Panamanian was
nrcked up while hunting at the Ft.
Davis reservation without a license
to do so. v

Just Grin; Trujjllo Loses

dollars Trujillo reportedly spends
yearly in the United States comes
from U.S. foreign aid to. his coun,
tiy' t 1 V .'
v Actress JCim- Novak' ; whd e.
ceived as $8,400 sports car from
the general. Said! she thought he
was recuperating from the oper.
ation performed last week.
"She spoke to newsmen through
the door of her h o m e, but re.
fused to say whether she had
seen young Trujillo. lather of six
oMiHren, in the last couple 1 of
days.' .'-.' ::' ..;.


Falling 2-1 on
Kills Dredging

. A local-rate Dredging Division employe was killed instantly
when a two-ton hoisting arm dropped on him, from ten feet
aboard the dredge Cascadas early yesterday afternoon.

: Anothet crewman was seriously injured in the accident.
' The fatally Injured seaman was Oscar Jones. (5, a Ganiboa

resident.. The injured man, Jorge

amanian boatswain aboard the dredge was' reported to be in
doing well although in serious condition today at Gorgas Hos

pital. He it suiferinr from a Iractured right leg and a broken

back. -,
Both- men were engaged in rei
moving a broken tooth from a
bucket which was resting on the
deck of the dredge, me hoisting
arm was held in place by a safe,
ty pin, They had losened the Toolts
which secured the broken tooth
and signalled the captain of the
dredge to nudge the damaged
bucket with the other bail, ? ,: i
The safety, pin of the hoisting
arm slipped loose; causing it to
drop on Jones'1 back killing him
Shuffler', standing to one side;
also was hit by the falling, arm
He was rushed to Gorgas Hospital
where he underwent emergency
surgery. .
The Cascadas has been working
Broilers KerahiazoY
i v..i.'. i.,v-'. -,,.!.!-a'..--.
C:c:d Al Csnnes; i
-.cannesj Trance (up) -The
Hollywood movie -version of "The
Brothers; Karamazov" was
marked tdown as the biggest fail,
ure of the Canner international
film festival Monday, ;
- .The audience booed, the picture
Sunday night and snubbed Its two
stars, Yul Brynner and C J a i r a
Bloom. Critics' shared the view,
ers' opinion. The reaction was1 a
shock to American officials at the
festival because the technicolor
adaptation of the classic Russian
novel t had been .heralded as a
It was the first time an and! and!-ence
ence and!-ence had booed apy festival pic
The'l,2d0.membef a tr 4 1 e n e e
wildly applauded ) Brynner ; a nd
Miss Bloom when they appeared
on stage before the showing. But
the mood quickly changed when
the; film, started.;;--' ,t ;-s ,3:V i
Boos and whistles drowned out
a few f polite handclaps .when the
movie ended, -v.-..; ; : V-;'.-'.'.
Outside' the theater, there were
other festival troubles.:-The Turk Turk-ish
ish Turk-ish delegation lodged a formal
protest against the Argentina
showing, "Rosaura At 10 p'clock"
on grounds it slandered Turkey.
One of the film's evil characters
was .'called "The Turk the
Turks demanded 1 that the Char Char-acter's
acter's Char-acter's name be -changed. j
Pius XI J To Hold
3 Consistories
NextMpnth t
Pius XII will hold three consis.
tories next month for the pro.
posed canonization of two saints,
Vatican sources said today.
Th sources e'xnlained that the
consistories wolf d not be used for
the appointment of new cardinals.
There have been reports for the
last' two years that the Ponti'f
planned a consistory to name
new cardinali to the depleted 70.
member College of. Cardinals.
The three consistories will con.
centrate solely on' the proposals
to canonize Blessed Carlo Da
Sezze, an Italian friar, and Joa.
ouina Vedruna de M'as, a Spanish
" A secret and a pub'ic consis
tory will be held June 9, and
semi-public consistory on June 16,
the sources said.
Asked if she planned to see Tru.
jil'y, again, she said:.;"Of course,
why.-shouldn't W'.tis
r im New York Zsa Zsa first ah.
nounced that a .$17,000 chinchilla
coat she received .was not from
Trujillo, then said that a check
had shown, much to her surprise,
that it was.
i j. ,! ..',. ;!,; J ..!, '!:' ;'': -''. I'1,. ?;'
- She also received a-S5.600 for foreign
eign foreign car from the generous gen gen-erst
erst gen-erst as-a "Christmas gift."
Zsa Zsa's mother Jolie said she
wasn't surprised at the gifts be.
cause her daughter threw a fabu


It 1
Hoisting Arm
DV. Worker
A. Shuffler, 35-year-old Pan
at Paraiso Reach on a -widening
project. The accident happened at
2:32 p.m.' and initial reports said
art. explosion had occurred aboard
the 'dredge. i
Later Lucian Burke, 27, Pa.
namaman working on the Pedro
Miguel Locks overhaul, as pain,
fuUy injured about the neck and
shoulders yesterday .'ternoon
when he was hit by a falling shac.
Kie. l'
Burke was working in a valve
pit when he was struck by t h e
shackle. Two other employes were
slightly injured at the same time
but neither' required hospitaliza.
won. -. ) ,
A physician from Gorzas Hosni
tal examined the injured employe
ak the scene of the accident and
he was immediately rushed to Gor,
gas Hospital for emergency treat,
ment., 1
funeral services for Jones' wi'l
be held Thursday at 1 p.m. at
.tint Cnrozal Chanel. :-.? r
The dead man is survived by
his "Wife,' Marie, and .four ch i !.
dren,: Carlos, Sheltloit, Jacqueline
and Janice,)' in" Iddition to his
brothers, Eugene and 'Dolly, and
his sisterly Agatha and Leont e
Jones. t' t ' i'
Pro-Veslern Greek
Parly Wins Control
01 Parliamenl
ATHENS, GVeece (UPy The
pro-Western National R a d i c a 1
Union Party of Prime Minister
Constantin Karamanlis yesterday
clinched- control of parliament
irint tartline election gains by
a lef twing group that- grew out of
the outlawed Communist Party. -:-,
Almost complete returns from
Sunday's election for tne aou seats
in the national legislature gave
the : Radical '.Union (EREy ;. 173
seats o 75 f or the : extreme left,
ist EDA narty. The Liberal
Party, which had been the; main
position, had only 36. Splinter fac.
tions won the rest., , '.. v
fAhti l Communist parties s were
surprised bv the emergence of the
leftwing. EDA r wnrcn .oopose
Greeto membership in Nato : and
American missile bases on Greek
vAl and is headed by a Kussran-
born i Doliticlan. John Passalides
The EDA developed after World
War II when ;! the; Communist
Party1' was' 'baiwe.dVA; rv.if'.T
In the old narliament. the EDA
held only 17 seats. The Liberals
had 687 and the ERE had 162.
But Karamanlis, successor to
Field Marshal Alexander Paoagos
held the. whip hand with an. in
Creased majority. '
His victory assured that'Greece
would continue in NATO and would
listen sympathetically to proposals
for' establishment ?. of r A t erican
ruiled missile bases in the coun.
try. ' s ,h.;
, Kara m anlis, 55. who n a s been
caretaker premier since, March "2
when he resigned In,: a quarrel
over an electoral law. successful.
ly; overrode charges that he was
merely a "yes man', for .United
States policy." '
- Although the commicated pro
oortional representation system
nrevented any final tally of seats
until Tuesday 5 at the earners, ti
appeared that Karamanlis would
have more than enouch strength
to continue leading Greece in a
common front with other NATO
members. ; v;-:;
His Adenoids
lous Hollywood party for the
young general. u
"Sn what, rln vnu evnect. fnr
him to seiid'flowerse?", she ask.
ed. "To a Prl like Zsa Zsa
Trujillo r admitted giving the
gifts but. said it was "ridiculous
to believe there is any connection
whatsoever between the money I
spent on my personal Ufa and
anv foreign-aid, to my coimlry.
"I am one of ;the wealthiest
young men in the world and I
think anyone has the .right ; to
spend his money in any way he
sees fit," he said.


FOREIGN i MINISTER Aqulll Aqulll-no
no Aqulll-no Boyd and Minister of Govt,
and : Justice Max Heurtematte
returned to Panama, late last
night from Costa Rica, where
they attended the Inauguration
of President Mario Echandi. :
' . o
Students ; of "the,, Abel Bravo
High School in Colon are threat
ening to eo on strike if the lots
oeing sola oy tne government at
New Crlst6bal are allowed to be
monopolized by any one grouD.
ine students sav- thev wi l
f Ighfe to have the lots sold, at
moderate prices for i the con
struction of low-cost, housing.
Columnist Mario Aueusto de
scribes U.S. Vice! President Nix
on s visit to Latin America as: a
failure, which- the .columnist
blamed on the foreign Dollcv of
the United States.
". A ... I. .... Li.
as a typical examole of "North
American mediocrity.' and went
on to spv thft the usual thing
for the United States is to have
MAlnnM ,11. ..
uicuiuuic rpicsiueiiia iikw narry
Truman. It is exceptional, when
tne White House occupant is a
statesman of the caliber of
Franklin Delano Roosevelt,, the
columnist added.
He furthen contended Ihali th
U.S. "is profoundly democratic
country": which Is" incaoable of
makine Itself understood "in of-
der to dtmonstratp the efflca"
oi.mis, system oi govemmen,tj;;
) Lottery ..-office V officials' were
still not Jsure today Just how
many counterfeit, chance tick tickets
ets tickets Victor Zabaneh had "been
able to, cash, althoueh it is esti
mated that some $50,000 worth
nao come into Panama before
detectives uncovered a shipment
mailed to Zabaneh from his
brother in Mexico City.
'Investigations so far have in
cicated that only 20 pieces of the
counterfeit tickets "had been
cashed and that the scheme con
templated .the cashing' of $50. $50.-000
000 $50.-000 worth.
Army General Picks
Coffin 01 Unknown
, EPINALrPrance (UPi-A. ITS
Army general walked past a row!

of 13 Aag-drapped coffins yester- ,VnC "Nixo SSu
day -and eentlv olaced a'a?1,''''- 'w!y.''S.,5;

th. .fk j... t.. it. it
designated the European theater's
selection for the unknown service.'
man of World War -II. r -;
On May 26, at a ceremony on
shipboard off the coast of Virgi Virginia,
nia, Virginia, a Congressional Medal of
Honor winner from the ; K orean
war will, choose between the
brome coifin selected yesterday
at, Epinal battlefield eertientery
and one sent from the Pacific Thea
ter. The pne chosen will be en.
tombed heside' the unknown ;sol ;sol-dier
dier ;sol-dier of World War I, in Arlington
National Cementery on May 30,
Memorial Day The Lother body
will be buried at sea. The Paci.
fie theater? unknown will be chos chos-en
en chos-en May 16 at Hickam Field, Ha Ha-waii.
waii. Ha-waii. An -tinknown from the Ko.
rean warwiil be chosen May 15.
It was a short and moving cer
emony 7 at; ; Jspinai unaer gray
sKies. - i.
-Mai. Gen.-, E. J. UNelll, a
veteran of the Anzio,. Italy, land,
ing an4 now commander, of the
Army 'communication zone ia Eu.
rope selected the coffin from the
13 containing tne remains oi men
who never? have been identified.
Poor Visibility; 1 V
Gets Crash Blame
Civil Aeronautics Administration
survey of ir collisions from 1949
through 1954 reports the majority
took place within five miles of an
airport, ;at altitudes ol 3i000 feet
Or-;leSS.',.i;-'!. iv'.j ;fy::-Ktri :.'
. The survey showed that ,66 per
Cent occurred at altitudes of. 1,000
feet or, below. The CAA also re-
oorted that 41 per cent of the col.
Usions Involved one plane overtak..
ins another.'-
The studyTaseirpirW'tplKsfon
investigations in the six-year pe.
riod, noted that poor cockpit visi visibility
bility visibility appeared to 'be ) a major
cause. !---. ,. ': i;:--:''!..:-.;".:--

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Clubs And

Used To Smash
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His Car Windows

CARACAS. May 13 (UP)

clubs and throwing rocks attacked Vice-President Richard

M. Nixon s automobile en route from 'Caracas airport
after his arrival here today. They smashed all the car win windows
dows windows except, the windshield and the window at the rear.

mxon was uninjured.
The car carryinq Mrs.
caravan; also was attacked.

f olice charged in and broke up the attack with tear
gas. , 1
The splintering glass showered everyone in Nixon's
cari J y ,i V 1 .1 1
Venezuelan foreign minister Garaa Velutini suffered
a cut lip and Nixon's official translator Lt. Col. Vernon
Walters got' a mouthful of glass.', r ' I
l It was Nixon' worst experience 'yet on his- eight eight-nation
nation eight-nation South American tour; evenmore violent than the
outbreak at Lima;where a thrown Stone grazed his neck
6rijf demonstrators hurled garbce ct Kinci !.is r--'

V terore m crnvoi ntie
that Communists might try
Today's incident oceiirefdMnst t
the Nixon caravan of 1 Cadillacs
swept from the broad four .' lane
highway leading from the airport
into the narrow streets of the city
limits., ' X f
A mob of about' ISO hoodlums
closed in on the cats, shaking
their fists afnd saying "Go home
Yankee dog."
. The mob spat upon tht cr
and .ripped Amoriean flags
from both tho cars in which
tho Nixom wore riding." ; '' :
The Vontiutlin flag alto was
torn from Nixon's ear by tho
v mob which was throwing tgg,(
tomatoes ind rocks. '-
Because o the incident, the of.
ficial caravan1 proceeded direetly
to. the U.S. ; Embassy- residtnee.
omitting a scheduled stop at the
national Pantheon-where i Nixon
had been: schedule to place a
wreath on the "tomb of .South
American liberator Simbn, Bolivar.
Nixon was greeted, by a crowdJ
of about 1000 persons at the air.
vort. '
students maae up auoui nau
. ,. m. ...
on bo nomei .: v c
VH : ?.' ,' ,,. i
Others carried signs saying In
Spanish,. "We have not forgotten
Goatemala'aiid "The, U.S. ,;
turned down visas for democrat
tie Venexueians. .gave visas
to enemies of liberty."
The latter were references to
deposed President Marcos Pere?
Jimenez, now in the III i t e d
v U.S..'anibassador Edward Sparks
had met Nixon at Maiqueua air
port and uitrofiuced him to mem.
bers of the Venezuelan ruling jun jun-ta,
ta, jun-ta, all of whom were present with
the exception of President Wolf
gang Larrazabai. Jf
T During the introductions, '. a.
bout SO students chanted; "Nixon
, I ;
Tht students distributed leaf,
lets also saying, "Nixon no I".
Nixon moved rapidly through the
welcomine ceremonies, meeting re
presentatives of. the armed forces
ana snaKing nanas win eveiyuiie
in the reception, party. ''.'-''..'?
Another crowd of about 2,000 had
gathered farther back at the air.
The vice president s welcome
generally was enthusiastic but
leers were i mingled with : the
cheers, t ,
v Venxuolan authorities ordered
extreme security precautions lo
protect the vice president' life,
but it was uncertain whether
-they would bo able to restrain
him' from his usual practice of
plunoino Into crowds to shake
. the hands of bystanders.,
William Key. Nixon's adminsi
trative assistant, said intelligence
sources both here and in -Washing
ton ; bad .heard reports of a plot
to assissinate the vice presiden1
Nixon was inclined to laugh ofl
the reoort that the Beds had hir
ed a student to murder him. ;
"There will be no change in our
olans or' schedu'" be jald. Td
sv this is routine a routine
threat."' If 'wechaettv"n'- pm
every time something like, this
came up, we wouldn't do any
thi"8." '
. One change was in prospect-'


Hoodlums hmnHUhino
, .y
Nixon, second im the official
She was not hurt,, '. 1
tojcyf.ere Kod been r
cs-uasii',; himr','
The car chosen filr the vice pre.
sident' ride from the Caracas
airport into the1 city wai closed
and presumably bullet proofed,:
in contrast to the open cars in
which he hat traveled -elsewhere
on' his Latin American-tour.
'Despite this and other Venezuela
precautions designed to isolate 1
Nixon almost entirely from 1 the
populace, U.S. and local authori authorities
ties authorities insisted there was no serious
thrf- .
Informed sources said It was
quite probable that the Commu.
nistt, in Caracas could whip up a
mob that would shower the vice
president with stones and garb garbage
age garbage as the' Red.led rioters did
who attacked him in Lima, Po. -rv,
lt wek. vwy,',! "' -'y'':
They denied, however, that there
was any. indication that the Com.
munists would attemDt to murd?r
Nion.--, F' .L-;,v
Key said Nixon was "no more
concerned about the 'Caracas, re
ports' than' he: was about the' re.
pors be rec'ved on Previous sIOds
nn hi.' tnnf 'i1 SVc -i -!.W.
'Hft -i not man in show con.f
"h". Hs administration ; assist.
tant'said. c'r'i f'fih-'l'Ai.
Steel Production
Rises To Highest ;v
NEW. YORK (UP)t- Steel pro.
(taction last' week rose to tht
highest level in a month -and :
L1J l tl L 1 1 ...
uau, ana is. scnenuiea io register
ah evetj .Mgger. jump this "week,
me AmerKaitlron and steel Inst!
tute:.renorted .' today, -?.-:,.' -Z
It. estimated production for the
week beginning yesterday at 1.400
(too no tons of ingots the third!
consecutive rise compared 'with
1.334)00 tons last week when -the
industry ooerated at 49 4 per cent
of it. I95S rated capacity of 140,;
742,570 tons.'v.'i-,;v:-t:--A.v;: ;?y
A month" ago the industry oper.
ated at 47.6 per cent of capacity
in turning out 1,285,000 tons. A
year ago production was 2,155,000
tons with pnm tmn at r 8 .? per
cent of the 1957 rated capacity oi
U.V439.13U ions. 7 i
The institute's index of produe
Hon this week' is 87.2 per cent ol
the 1947.49 ; average, compared
with 83.0 per cent "a week ago, 80.0
per cent a .month earlier and 134.
.2 per cent last ytar.
Indonesia Rebels
Start. Air Actjon
In North Celebes
MANILA, May 13 (UP) Thl
Indonesian ; revolutionary govern,
Force has started "military ope.
rations" in outlying areas near tht
- North Celches..-. ... .
The rebels made the announce
ment in a Radio Menado broad
cast monitored here by the Units!

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fa Mai lu it aaaa Htm tat Marfan ft The Panama America)
Lknert ara racantrf gratefulta and ara haaa'lee' mi a whaUy coalideatial
SMS). v-.,.-' n .
vaa cantributa a lartir Wt Impatient if II oaatat appeal the
aast day.: latter are published iaj Hi erdat received.
Pleas rrv (a keep the lattara limited fa ana aaaa lenitfc.
Identrfv at fcritai writer it M4 in tricft aenrieence
' i Tail newspaper ana met ne -rpojeibiltf to trmnt ar apbilaai
expressed ie letter tram reader. v y-, fs


Sir: ''.'
- When I read of Panamanian Negroes condemning the Re-mon-Eisenhower
treaty I can't help thinking how dumb they
are. If Negroes living In the United States had half the, freedom
wee Negroes enjoy in Panama, there would have been at least
two states by now win Negro-controlled legislatures. I sometlrhes
feel that the US government hardly ever sends US-citizens Ne Ne-'
' Ne-' groes down here lor fear that they might wise, tip our local
Negroes.- v
..I'm proud to be a Negro, and proud of the Jackie Robinson
type you'll motice that when writers in the states want frank
opinions they seek out Jackie. He doesn't speak as Robinson the
Negro but as Robinson the American. v:
, Too many of our Negroes down here act if they are sorry
about their color, rather than proud of It., Furthermore, they
prey on less fortunate persons of their own color. You will notice
that a iJew will always help a Jew, and a Chinese will always
help a Chinese, but will one our local Negroes help another? His
- aviWMnn is tj hnld down his unfortunate brothers.

rMany of the Mail Box letters written against the -treaty by
Negroes come from those with the better pensions and those
receiving Civil Service benefits from the military. Some of them
gejt,ver a, $100 a month. --..W-.o v?'' y,v'.
.(Politics are for politicians, not for me. During a political
campaign you hear all kinds of pledges,yet how many of them
get tfulf filled? But in any government, except a dictatorship, the
top man cannot do Just what he feels like. President Eisenhower
has Congress to contend with, President de la Guardia has the
National Assembly, and Queen Elizabeth-has the House of Com-
tuns. I ; think that if it were within President Elsenhower's
ower alone 'the US committments of the 1955 treaty would have
een In force for a good while now.
I But when it comes to dirty politics, Latin American countries
ire just babies compared to the United States. Have you read
Washington Confidential, New York Confidential and the rest
:: f that ;eries?..'v'3fV;;s-."'- 'l.- '"J"
' It makes "me sad to hear so many -of my fellow Negroes al-,
fcays bringing up politics when talking about the treaty. Was
there any treaty when the Panama Canal started; to kick every everybody
body everybody out of quarters with $25 monthly or less? Did, Panama tell
the Canal Zone to throw so many local-raters out of CZ hospitals
atad send them to burden the republic's hospital system, which is
iuttorted only by the National Lottery? Why is it that the
irmWf -fors and the XSS embassies, overseas give aliens Civil

Service retirementwhile only the
itself to disability relief? Don't

ot be glad to contribute to the retirement iuna.
when coco Solo classed down manv local-rate ; employes,

ar from retirement age, took

uch as $1000. others, wno couia anora to ao, so, ufj, meir
oner in thel fund. A Navy -retiree .with 14 years service makes

160 a month; Canal -diggers with -over 50 years service;. get a
lousy $45. monthly. . ... m ; .:Y :..'i s; -rW-'
, Many of the blind and crippled who you see waiting for their
Checks on the first of the month get as little as $15.) Were it not

tor the salvation Army's dime
tnem-wouia naye to aieep in
-Th Armed-rcea Jcount In
rnmnutinp retirement. 1 but the
service with the armed forcel

- If Panama and its politicians were'as eruei as soma negroes
eem to think it could demand that the Canal Zone deport West
Indians and others back to or origin when they
ose their job. Instead, Panama Is demanding that Canal em employes
ployes employes get the same Civil Service rights as military employes.
Then, if a man should deckle to seek new pastures in another
Jworld before his wife, he can leave her ft little something to
4eep her golng'till her'time comes. '
Negro critics of the Bemon-Eisenhower treaty might like to
'tell me who the equal pay provision benefits Spanish-speaking
latinos or English-speaking Negroes? Wore than 85 percent of
.Panamanians who speak English are West Indian origin. Where
then does the treaty discriminate against Negroes? ; y
' The United States is now trying to pull the same-hluff that
hackfired so spectacularly when the British tried to use against
'Uasser. They are trying to claim they are the only ones with
aufficlently mechanics, plumbers, ; electricians nd so forth. If
j the Americans are so skillful why are they using contractors with
Panamanian tradesmen to do the 60 cycle conversion, build
'houses and any other important Job? Moreover, the same Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company used the lay down their streets and put up
their buildings with local rate manpower.
1 Local 907's Jose de la Rosa Castillo perhaps had some reason
,,to complain about the treaty, as he will make a good retirment,
;and his wife will be protected. Yet it was Castillo who went to
President de la Guardia and told him to keep fighting or else
the US wouls stall on the equ&l pay and retirment bills. --.jwV.
i. -tf--'f;- r.'X Ginger Know All



. Why "ean't the political rivalists In Panama let the populace
. of Panama and the Canal Zone alone? t
Every time a general feeling of friendship begins to expand
, rather than to contract, somebody begin stirring up trouble lor

Why doesn't-some Joint group of Panamanian and Amer-i
- leans get together to accent, the hundreds, of ways in which
the people of the two nationalities work together well and help
" each other?
This might offset some of the politically-inspired nagging
Into which atudents are led by their elders
" Here are some of the ways I can think of in five minutes
lit' which personnel of the two countries collaborate on the best
of -terms. They are not listed in order of Importance just as
.' they occur to me: ri-''.j v-' f1 ;
Fire-fighting The liaison Is perfect, ind has been for 20
years. Panama bomberos and Zone flrebuffs stand ready to help
and aupport each'other at aU times.- They have .one. ot. two sp sp-;
; sp-; cial get-togethers a year.
- Art Panama artists are frequently asked to exhibit in the
Canal Zone and may belong to the Canal Zone Art League. Few
Zonians have exhibited in Panama, but when the Panama Uni University
versity University was opened a group of Zone artists donated originals to
aid in its decoration.. ,
Practice of Law I do not know : of any American 'lawyer
who practices before the Panama courts, but many Panama at attorneys
torneys attorneys belong to the Canal Zone bar and the Bar Association.
And on the racial side, when friends and admirers of Dr. L.
-S. carrington, a West Indian,. honored, him at a special dinner
in Panama a few months -ago, at least 80 percent of those who
got up the affair- must have, been' white Americans, Any. dis discrimination
crimination discrimination there? . ;-.
Also the jurists of Panama' and the : Canal Zone meet now
and-again for prearranged social chats.- -'
Engineering' and' Architecture -X The liaison is excellent.
Professional men from Panama come often to meetings in the
lone-, and Zonians go to the engineers center in Panama. -:.,
Medicine This i too well known to need much underlin underlining.,
ing., underlining., From the day the Gringos landed to start digging where
tii French left off, the doctors of both jurisdictions have col col-laborkted.
laborkted. col-laborkted. .: .. , .. . vv
Police In catching criminals and major matters of secur security
ity security and handling of crowds, the Panama and Zone police have
dovetailed their activities in .a wonderful way since the ma ma-.
. ma-. f hinery was set up in June or July 1942 between the Provost
Marshal at Quarry Heights and the cop vho was later to be--"ne
President Remon.
There have been complaints of traffic persecutions of young

.. -lerican males, and of holding such people Incommunicado,

,t these bulk small in the whole. General relations are excel-
Point Four Both Americans and Panamanians think Point
"-Mir -highly successful. 1

Mapping TJntn a"lew-years ago; Panama had-no accurate

!ps. in a joint program with
'em. Everybody is -pleased.
My five minutes are up, but
..r.ples. ,' ;

Panama Canal company limits
tell me that many folk would

their retirement and received as
a mght beos in colon many oi
me pant.:
Panalna-Ciialswvlce' when
Pahamaf Canal does not" count
. Vi'si
the united states sne is getting
I can think tf many more ex
' Peaceable Minded


Confidentiallv: I don't believe it
goou pracuce id cuuoi uuier yev-
pie s money ,e speciauy : wnen int.
ii cures are Inrlceri in a' riocumeiii
marked "Onnfirlpntial." Rut news
is news and the fact is that this
early in the year s political wars,
labor's strategists have over $500,
uuu in ueir. national Kitty and are
already cllecting new funds at a
rate, oi ai least su.uug wees.
These figures are from the pri
vate financial report dispatchea
the other week to labor's high com
mind lust hpfnre it ffathprerf in
Washington, Most of the new col
lecuons, tne report reveals, come
from thu cmaller nninni with
the exception .of the Brotherhood
os jwecmcai workers, wmcfl tnrew
Kn( AAA 1 t AU. 1 .1.
ijiui mm uie iuuu oi inc
Ari-Liu committee on Foutical
Education known by the ini
tials COPE. ,
Amonrf the fipiiraa. tnr tha lirct
ai . r ..
uu-ee monus oi o mere were no
contributions listed from such ma
jor, politically acuve union as
Walter Reuther's Auto s Workers.
Dave McDonald's Steel Workers,
Dave Dunbinsky's Ladies Garment
Workeri. Jim rirev' Tntprn.tinn
al Union of Electrical Workers
jacx r otofsky's Men's -y Clothing
Workera or .Tn rtilanev'a Dnof.t
. m VyAm
1-: '' .-'''( '-'x'"" -' :. '
There ls,sfer exampla, only a
thrat dollar cantributlon from the
million.mambar i Machinist : U.
nlon led by; Af Hayes. .They'll
f, up mere than three bucks.
Obviously, it is far m early the
(eaten for the big money te roll
in. But it will.
v ( "
When it dne. it will mmm In
something called VCOPE dollars"
me proceeds .from the buckv a.
man drive among labor's 13,500,
000 memhera. Tha mnn will h.
used to get these millions out to
register first and then vote. On.
ly the visitors from a small )an )an-et
et )an-et will be unaware that these votes
will be drummed up for any ex.
cepi democratic candidates. : f
Political leaden
miehtlv resnertntfnt nt thl. a.
paign especially in : this year of.
uie siump. u s as certain as Jack's
being coupled with- a beanstalk
that balloting m 1 Ymttkann vas
- a -i avvvBuwu JtSl
is Jteavy.-'ft.'-. vr;r v! '-i-..'-. i
Anv rireritipt wnrlrai. ufin (n
at when the dinner pail- is full,
me oauoi dox is ma empty. That's
why labor is breaking its back and
it apolitical bankroll to make" eveV
r., y- l i(uv,wfl memDer eiiai eiiai-bie
bie eiiai-bie to Tote-ae'.'Mts fZ
To write of the political leaders'
respect for, this 'drive; is no exer exercise
cise exercise m underatatamant f AM lnn
to a speech delivered recently at
the National' KHmotinn t
ive Institute, of Jim Carey's IUE.
luiuiisui ago, a was delivered
y vemocrauc Sep. John XarroU
of Colorado.
Thoae will political memories
will recall that in 154 he dafaat.
M the OOP candidate ex.Gov.
Dan Thorntan. The laHtr had
President Ritenhower't person.
el endorsement and the full
aTrenght ef the Republican
- Said Sen, Carroll:
; "If it hadn't been for COPE dol.
Ian. I WOllM nnt Kur. II,.. l
election in 1958.."
. Along, with Carroll at that con.
ference called by Jim Carey were
nine other Senators. They were Pat
McNamara Huherf r Unmnh...
Jack Javits, Paul Douglas, John
Sparkman, John Kennedy Clifford
Case Wayne Morse, and Stuart
This is Brnnf nf tha M
respect for labor's activity rieht
across the country. Though COPE
works more quietly than the old
CIO-PAC.'it is ooeratin? national,
ly and cares little for publicity
A' lAr at. !. i. l
aa gets ks peonie oufw
to uwi oniy in me in thr Indus
Startina' th! waaV nr-nr
-,. "n.taur wrj
uirecior, jim jucuevrtt, is launch.
inz a eriei nt maht vakinn.i mnr
. ----- i.-b icf-vii.l KKJ 1 Cj
"Workhnn FoaIi !. i c.
..- --i-- u..u ueiii in me
j 7 v-uu cuverins lour
to rime, states.. The, first is set for
I'Rni-r nr. mntui
wursviue. Ky. The last .will be
ucim un dune At. in Lhicixto.
ThaV'ra' wnrlrlnar
........ I; vvnume out
"f season for this is a labor of
lUTCf iy;-. t, j ,.'.ivA
thruat mnA '
T on an air-
Plane in flight. The flow of
a(lp ftrAiiHjl .U-.
i,L causes
lift. The plane's weight is a S
downward pull:-; Drag it the
! force holding the plane back :
while, the propellers and en-! j
fines five tha thm 4h.t '
- i puns
- -.vj iiitn. in icvei night
the forces are all in balance.
BrltaaBloa Jr. Kncrclepaala '"

1 'Afar
f V ; J '!J:'

Walter Wihcliell In

Tha hlaiinr.
shrieking headlines about Bint Bint-Crosby's
Crosby's Bint-Crosby's son: "Dennis Crosby
Father nf Los Anrelet Girl's
Baby," remind us of another of
our favorite bumfs, when tnis
nlnmn nrints it firsts-it's ros-
sip and scandal. When the front
pages get It first it's Big news..
This year's Pulitzer Prize win winner
ner winner "T.nnlt Homeward. Ante!."
and last year's PP champ, "Long
Day's, Journey into Nigatr are
dramatic biogs of famed authors
.. Haonv to learn Bea Llllie will
soon be playing v' the "Auntie
Mame" role, sne s Dean piaym.
Auntie Mame for years-. The
anything-to-be-differenV Village
joynots now'offerj jazz plus po poetry
etry poetry readings. Strictly for Mister
Cool and Miss Hip... Lee Moore,
a Shakespearen i actor, Is. now
the doorman at the Bizarre Club
on W. 3rd St.H ateve AUen's "The
Girls on the 10th Floor Is his
5th book. A breezy, must-enjoy.,.
The way Barbara Cook coos
"Goodnight .My Someone", ? in
"The Musie Man" Is music,
music..., Red Buttons ? tarted
taking action; lessons ; after
winning the Oscar... Dracula
will be delighted with the title
for an upcoming movie: "Good
Day for a Hanging." -f';;;
"Nat King Cole's nifty newy is
"Looking Back." His quickest
overnight smash since "Nature
Boy"... 'Sometnintrs uoming,' uoming,'-from
from uoming,'-from the 'West Side Story" score
should be -more popular, -A
dreamy sound.;.1 Gad, Imitators
of Elvis are packing theatres in
Japan. In '. other words, .that
country has lost another war..
The Cricket Theatre (on Second
Avenue) offers plays by tots and
for tots. Charming and imag
inative... Hugh O'Brien i was
dropped by 20th Century-Fox 5
years ago. Then came hi bang bang-bang
bang bang-bang click on teevee. He now
has a $400,000 contract witn that
studio... The zany trophy goes to
any. afternoon -paper's i t e m :
"Some people : rest better with
no cats sleeping : across tneir
feet or curled around their head,
although t don't see .why,"
(That's the cat's calamas)... A
Musk-Get -Decca: Mary Kaye's
i Musi nave xou.-vinc' woras
arid- music of this contageous
lament are by John S. Kruglick,
a leading Phoenix,' Arizona; me medico.
dico. medico. 1 -...',!

( r if im i::ris. !f V n

The Alvln Theatre's box-office

displays this sign: "Whlle In this
office speak in a low, soothing
tone." Good idea. If you want to
show an earthquake in a movie,
its costs B3,oou. A flood is more
expensive. sir Laurence Oliver's
next project is a movie "version
of "Macbeth".;.The Pulitzer pOsy
that inspired unanimous hoorays
was the award for editorial writ writing
ing writing to the Arkansas Gazette's
Harry s. Ashmore... A half-dozen
current Broadway shows were
born in London... The latest
badge of success for thespians :
A sport car.w Sinatra's '. "Come
Fly With, Me'? album has wing
Whizzy, Jazzy, zingy.,Nonsensor
snip m action: Tne New yorser
mag reports: "Censorship' in
Havana has been so strict lately
that a newspaper advertisement
for a watch was banned not so
long ago because,, the celebrity
shown wearing; It was a bearded
explorer and lever y Cuban
knows that Castro has a beard."
Ohhhh!) -
James (Maverick) Garner is
an avid golfer, podna... '-YoupK,
Warm and. wonderful," new newcomer,
comer, newcomer, can't miss being a song song-cess.
cess. song-cess. Velvet tempo, silky lyrics..;
The Lunts' tremendous click,
f'Tbe ; Visit,! played in England
under 4he title "Time, and
Again Most-wrltten-abput
playwright years in Tennesee
Williams. His life is as starkly
dramatic as his plays; Mr.: W11J
Hams will be lntereseted to' know
that Daine Ladd to whom- he
promised an opportunity so I e
day) s on the verge of signing
with 20th Century-Fox... S. Gold Gold-wyn's
wyn's Gold-wyn's forecast: "I think we'll
end up seeing Hollywood maklne
no -more than fifty films a vear."
... Happier news for H'wood: 112
movie theatres, have reopened in
Chicago... The i'Cncle Vanya"
movie, starring Franehot Tone,
has ; something you rarely en encounter
counter encounter in films: People -who
ar human. Beautifully and cap cap-at'y
at'y cap-at'y acted.'
Bob Hope's mischief-making
with1 Femandel in the "Paris
Holiday" .: move is; what you'd
expect from a, pair of comedy
aces. Funneeee. .The, inovie de delighted
lighted delighted critics in -. London and
various i U.S. cities Not only is
"Threepenny Opera", In its third
year, but Sam Matlowsky, its
original batoneer. is back in the
pit... Dr. Al Mello, Is the tittle
Club's new pianist starting May

Country, CIuj Lii
t r irr; a rr14

Men Yorlc

13. He left medical school to be
a musician,., Barbara Heller, the
female Alec Guinness at Ben
Blue's hilarious Santa Monica
spot was on the Ida Lupino
Adam & Eve tv. show the -other
night and again confirmed her
Best Booster Thanks again to
P. J. Moriarty's restaurant at
6th and 52nd St. for all it has
done f or : the Damon Runyon
Fund. It now has a place to toss
coins ifor the Fund, ; instead af
tipping that: hatcheck girl. Last
week we J could., hirdly lift the
loot! '- $1,493.M. '.The any time
from the donor's dollar'!
' Teevee is like this:' Last year,
Danny Thomas'- show wav.l37th
Jn the Nielsen ratings, This, year
it switcnea to anotner time ana
network, ("Lucy's", old spot), it
is now among the Ton Ten.,.
The "Blue Denim" drama has
one of the most- poignant
episodes:- When1 the youngsters
attempt their first kiss and
their noses get-in-therway: A
brilliant directorial touch by
Josh Loga,n...' Aususqne Rlos. the
delightful 10-year-old in "Ja "Jamaica",;
maica",; "Jamaica",; was a tv star when he
was 5... "yVithin a decade, movie
attendance per week drooped
from 90 million to 40 imiir.on.
MaUrle Chevalier's formal edu education
cation education ended when he was 12...
Welcome' td the cltib. monsleur,
Noel Coward's accurate descrio descrio-tion
tion descrio-tion of Vegas: "A vast erulse
ship, were entertainment is so
organized- no one : has tq play
f or --himself. ''jv:.',,,,.. -,-,
season's most-honored
is "Look. Homeward,
of course. Ironically,
.: Wolfe, whose ; novel
inspired the play, had, a great
yen to be a successful dramatist.
But he was a failure as a play play-wright.ii
wright.ii play-wright.ii CTequila'! is one of the
few rocknrollers worth your bent
ear;..' (It Is practically this col column's
umn's column's -new ; mambo theme)...
Laureen speaks like Frankle.
She told a :' reporter; "MV son,
he's gaser'.'.A Brodaway now has
3 theatres ?. named after living
stars The- more the merrier.. A
columnist, making a quick trip
to" visit his wife.' daughter and
'first granddaughter,, got a b's
chuckle at Monte- Proser's Tro Tro-plcana
plcana Tro-plcana of flees when he glared at
the showgirl dolls on his payroll
and isaid: "I'm giving ud the
girls in my life for the girls in

ROMS Visiting moderr,

thriving, energetic, ancient
Rome today brings a lot of
memories, They go back a long
way ard encompass a lot of '.he
heartaches, the woes, the polit political
ical political ups and downs, and the
3reat human victories of Italy.
The first memory goes back to
the days before Mussolini, r'.eht
after World War I. when I ar-
rivea in Rome with a knapsack
on my Dacx, an economizing
youne tourist takine a couule
of weeks ofjf from postwar re-
consirucuorji worx in Monte Montenegro
negro Montenegro to gaze bug-eydd at the
wonders of ancient Rome.
Rome was sleepy, letharg'c
and delightful, it was also awa3h
With patr'otic r boasts that it
alone had won the war and of

nationalistic demands for Piwnejjtg! TS whS-''.10
nrt n Anat.ria -onri tv. iHria t- "-"O, wnen an ar-

narts of Austria and the Adrla
tic coast.
Stopping in Flume i en route
back to Yugoslavia I was arrett arretted
ed arretted by swaesiering Italian crahi-
ner: oecause i spokc aero. An
American, passport and proof
that; I was born in the distant
city of Evanston. 111., finally
won my release. 1 That was in
The next memory of ItPly was
In 1923 MusoHnl i had -Just
taken over. It was his nrov
boast that the train? now ran
on time. They did. i '.
But travellne from Milan to
Rome, mv trunk was neatlV
rifled, a pair of gold, cuff lifis
removed,, Miybe, T thowrbt fhe
new- FssciFt redme could do
with Vss efficiency and more
honesty. j..; l j t r -j ;v.j ;;.
I finally secured' an interview
with- Mussolini. I, was a green
newspaperman then and Mi"
sollni sensed it. 1 have ? never
f orgoten the drama ot my en
trance a .rather dark, long
room in the Palazzo. Cblpi, a
man crouched over the desk at
the fsr end of the room, wh
seemed aft erdless walk across
the room, the bare lr'ald floor,
portraits on the wall, stem,
bald-headed 4 figure in uniform,
his frown, his intensity
"Your name is Pearson," he
said, wasting no time.; "Yon
have come to asf me about
Communism, It is finished, sore
forever. VYe havebnnlshed it
frorA Italy completely,' .. ; :
V j y ) BANISHED? '
T VinvV thoncrh t. nf tha t tntar
liewmapy times riurin resent
visits and .'especi,lJw;today
Italy, prepares to go to the noils
ip ;greai. nauonai xesi m una
munlst streneth
Banishment of Communism or
any -l- political party, by force
never nays, and Italy, now ihas
the-biggest Communist party of
any-country outside Russia.' v
On the same day T marched
nervously a,cros the room to
ward the desk of II Duce. I In
my heart."; .
' Think it's fun being a star?
Sophia Loren pouted: "1 worry,
I worry about ; everything., 1
worn all tha 'time'".- The re
corded f'Gir" score with Tony
Mrtn and, Grt Grant vibrates
beautifully... Reader Mrs. F-
ton's memo: "Dear ,Mr. W.!
Thoueht this mieht amuse you,
My Httle niece' was telling me
about jeeing Shirley Temole's
program "on Friday night. So I
asked what the next feature of
the show was roing to he and
she replied i "Walter Wlnchell
You know, tha. mn who 'tot
for tl years!' "... Mickey Cob
recently reprimanded us for
uslnr russ Words In his presence.
He said "I don't smoke or; drink
like you de or tell naughty iokes.
So vlease don't n proisnrt a-
round jne!. When v Bevhllls
Chief of Police Anderson read
that in the, colum be- said r "I
had te loch him no for busting
his ra b)Hv office and rW rW-ing
ing rW-ing i,me ; a norood sonofa."
(Delected by ye ed.)
If lithe
hat an arta
ef 230,000
11 Puff td UB
IS Live
14 Day before --
15 Athwart
It ?iec out -'
3 Luxuriate in'
- genial warmth
4 Speaks
5 Southern
. general
t In the middle
' (comb, form)
. 1 Small islands
8 Prevaricator
Girl's name -10
Harden, u
. cement
12 Small drink
13 Mohammedan
month '
18 Moistened
With All, as
17 Dutch
meaiure ,
20 Residua' 1
23 Wave top
21 Homeric epic'
. poem
30 Coal scuttle
31 Assam -silkworm
33 Falsehood
34 Fruit drink"
33 Girl's name
17 Bruilian'
macaw- -.iw
38 World Series
41 Backs of -neeks
43 Is present, as
.: at meeting
45 Wager V
47 Dutch eity
48 Animal foot
81 Mora facile
S3 Table
56 Musicians'
' stick
87 Tranquil
58 Coalesce
39 Dispatches
1 Lock opener
-.2 Nautical terra
In a sacred rite
21 Summer (Fr.)
22 "Empire
State" fab.)
23 Fellow (coll.)

I 13 ft JS I k p Is p
r n p
rrI' rTT7r
'i rrJZ.ZilT
" i Q J
t Trtrt
v i'i nr I

terviewei Fr;

:-3 : ;
Premier cf
and l(--,;r of
c:,Uen which
.ism T'
the demom.
had for
genial, friendly, talked about the
"TOJ. lUi iree press, free
speech. iC0
Next day his home was ran-
m. ,d'E.y a uean of Fascists,
his furniture broken his c-Ters
strewn about the street. Kittl
went into exile.
-I doubt if my interview had
had anything to do with the
raid, as Nitti's pro-democratic
statements to me had not vet
been published. The raid was
just part of the Fascist tech technique
nique technique of stamping out not only
Communism but all political op opposition.
position. opposition. y
rfnt Fascist regime had lust
imucji ruu-n-:noa over helpless
Ethlnpb. It was a visit I re remember
member remember with no pleasure.
.Quite different was Itslv in
the lust ebbin? days of 1947, The
W8,r,b! been over a year and a
half. The crops ; that : tear had
oeen a faMnrenartlw h.4
wc- wrr. .VPTim a. Strike
agricultural workers.
fiw"!me rations, supplied by
the -Allies, meagre thoueh they
.ad termI"ted. The Mar'
sh'l pin was1 not, yet horn.
b ,pi new Reoublic, ral ral-lyinr.
lyinr. ral-lyinr. ill the demoorsMc el el-f
f el-f mept hro'b"at,n b MiissoHnl. rlf-pourrerl neonle.
many o them tembted bv the
rov promises of communism.
I Prem'er Alcirle de Gasnpri.
gnarled bsttler for aTpe rtslv,
received us of the Friendshirj
Trsln two d(v,s ftftr Chr11m's
m the 1 histori- Cam-'-.-Jogiio'
deined bv Mi"he'an-eio
-The stPtne nd monuments
of ancient Rome were In the
background. The ninhed fares
of the people of modern. Hem Hem-ocrstic
ocrstic Hem-ocrstic Rome were irt the fore foreground.
ground. foreground. ;
. De Gasper! shivered' in a
threadbare coat. Count CPrlo
Sforzp the re' foreign mjn mjn-i"t"r
i"t"r mjn-i"t"r long in exile, wore no
wt We opned and rfeenc rfeenc-ed
ed rfeenc-ed to an Italian war widow as
a symbol, a spek of four It wps
psrt; of the 14 carloads con contributed
tributed contributed by the hte Amon Car?
ter of Fort Worth, Teas.
Next dv the Fr'-''shln Train
"ted Its'-tftHi- ,f Ttalv's rhW
'ci"s, .orjpfn' en rout? to droo
off boxcars and exnlo'n-howtba
Amertsn neoole wer' Interet Interet-"d
"d Interet-"d in Italy's new start as a na nation.
tion. nation. 1 i
By the time we got' to norfzla
I had learned little
and manasred to read-ia sDeechjji
wrWen fr' m v .tohn. Secon-dri.-r
delivered it from-on too j
of tble in the rjuhHr -srnare
ctanfiln'bes,de the Pruve CaN
f"nl wh wel'rrte'' -300 pounds,
t was a strong table. 1 ( ; t
' '-;: ? ? ; : k -J f.
Proadcastlng shortwave, from
MflBn on Jan. 3lftR.' i suggest suggested
ed suggested to American listeners that
(Hiiens of Tfllsn despn write
hir frlert and relatives in
Ttsl" en'courawln them !n their
battle for a democratic RePub-'
lie, and to so vote in the 1948
elections. Thev did.
Later an vorse of million
leters a weeV noured ftut of i the
New Ypr'r office for Its I v. The
Communists made no gains that
Todaw Holy faces another
reat election., Thev come every
five years here,; and they are
nist as vital to this new de democracy,
mocracy, democracy, as our four-vear elec elections
tions elections are at home. Parhans more
so. because-snclent Italy is very
neW poiitlcallv. j
Great chantres have takra
rtiac sirtce I visited italv after
World yf&T Ii even greater
"han""s since Its first big elec election
tion election 10 years ago. 1
Answer to Previous V e 7
Wa borne
Blow with
-open hand,
40 Near'
. .42 Reach for
r 44 Tiding
. 43 Semitic deity
.' 48 Royal Italian':
' family name
' 48 Solar disk
50 Travel
' 51 Kind of tide
52Concluda- -54
Roman, brona
. 55 Legal point

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38 It is an


z::z fanama AvrricAN an ixsitenisent daiit newsfafe:;

razz zi:.zZ:

"WALTZ OF THE FLOWERS at "The Little Show" of Ann La
by (l.-to r.) Carole Baker, Marta Callefa, .'.Angela Gansec, Ruth.

Ezra T. Benson Feels Recent Rise
In Fern Prices Should Continue

lure Secretary Ezra T. Benson
said yesterday the-recent rise in
farm r nrices should continue
, through' this fall, helping, congres
sionaf candidates who support ad
minictrntinri farm nnlicies.
r But he told members of the
: Newspaper Farm Editors Associa Associa-.
. Associa-. t'n that 'h van ''not so .sure
5 fw nnward nrice trend would
"saup" rnneressmen who have
: blastefl his flexible price support
policies and demanded his ouster.
a "It's going to be hard to dem-
, aaogue on. the agricultural, issue
this fall.-" the secretary said,
"and that' going to be hard on a
few people.
' AHhouch Be"Ron- mentioned no
""es. 'v nh"ft mpeared- timed
h "wtic-. cities id a
- o' '-'wnstprn Republicans,
v,.vj kv Ren, A. L. MUier
TTe1vV. v,,o' taxied their protests
fojrst hi noUciesyto tne wnite
House in February, ,,
' Ikt ,Support Btpson -'
h, ,. v 'ft,,
Pres'V?it, -Eifehowert respond,
p -n i few, 'dovs liter bv wiving
Benson, a tinging new vote of con-
' Benson ;told the. farm editors
"Hn. nncpy sire b-ve- rVn to
highest 1"vp1 ":e ths fcisen.
'Mwt- admin'strat'on tno office
' in Jan.; xni everything; in
d'eates further rises'.
3 Big US Rubber; ;
Firms jAsk Union
To Fofgee Talks
AKRON, Ohio (TJP-Officials
of- B. F; Goodrich, Goodyear and
Firestone, three of the big four
' rubber companits, today asked
the United Rubber Worker's union
to forego wage Jtalks this year;
! The companies, in identical let let-ters
ters let-ters made public tolay, suggest,
ed a wage freeze for the duration
of the threeyear contract which
: ends next year. There were re reports
ports reports that the fourth major com.
pany, U.S. Rubber, plans to take
similar action. .
The union last Saturday an
' flounced plans to seek "substan "substantial
tial "substantial and adequate", improvements
in wages and fringe; benefits this
year under the present contract
which allows negotiations on ,t h e
wage clause each year 1

) STILL CCING STRONG -Ar.132-Swaml Govind Bharti,
, better known, in Kathmandu, Nepal, as Swamt Shivapuri,'
claim to be 132 years old. The spry Swami, who attributes
his Jong lire to a vegetarian diet, lots-of mental rest, and little
:r physical labor, says he has traveled all'over the world, includ includ-s
s includ-s ing- visits to Russia, England and .the United States, The
U'oml eaire MfUA ,l-tjnn t kta... trri.j.. ..

still under expansion by. hard-working people"" when-he visited
, them. He sleeps only two hours a day and subsists on a pint
nd a half of fresh cow' milk dayy

X; ... f

One newsman told the secre secretary,
tary, secretary, his personal standing wtlh
farmers apparently had improved
sharply recently in contrast to nis
earlier unpopulaity The ne ws-
man askel uf Benson could put
his finger on the "turning point".
Benson replied that his "educa.
tional campaign" on the wisdom
of his policies had "begun to get
home" to farmers. He added that
members of Congress (earned
during the recent Easter recess
there :.; was growing grass-roots
support for these 'policies. '.
v Benson Not 'Exulting
."But I'm not exulting over the
change," Benson added. "In ; the
hour of a man's, apoarent sue
ces i's hia greatest.' danger. ;
The secretary also said the out outlook
look outlook was good for" congressional
annroval. f : his rennest t. Inwpr
the price support floor, u n d e r
basic crops from 175 ; to fiO per
cent of parity and for reqealo f an
"escalatorv formula'V under which
supports rise, ai -surpluses drop.
He also wants authority to in increase
crease increase acreage allotments.,'
- Benson- sail Congress, was like,
lv to Eive him at learf som'e, tit
whtt be asked, particularl,.'1fpr
cotton ana rice at' said soutnern
farm leaders have recognized that
they ''must move in the direction
of more acreage and4 a' somewhat
lower price." , ; ,.
" 1 1 i K ',
Quote Unquote
WASHINGTON-ehaifman John
T.. Moss' of the House informat-
tion subcommittee on the Defense
Department's plan ... to centralize
its information services: $
"It meansJess and less infor
mation will be available, to the
reoWe and.. Congress. It means in
timidation of anyone, who might
nave any independence,
v -w4-x ".-n-i-,-. S1. .. '"' .' ''''jje, J'Tk s'''i-
BO(JQTA,; Colombia-Vice Pres President
ident President Richard Nixon on his :tnur
of Latin America:
"I'm still reaching, people In "all
walks of life, in South America
desotte: some threats and daneer
jnat may De involved,"
r. HOLLYWOOD Comedian Red
Slrplrnn nti tho Huath n( hn Q
old son of leukemia:
- "I'd never seen, a person d'e
Detore nd tnen it nad to ne attle
Richard '.

ttin's schoolof dance next Friday and May 24 will' be, danced -Chance
and: Cappy Foster. : -. -r-..--

Rayburn Thinks Foreign Aid
Will Pass, Without. More Cuts

; WASHINGTON (UP )-Speaker
S. Rayburn predicted yesterday
the House would approve fPxesi.
dent Eisenhower's embattled $3,.
603,092,500 foreign aid bill later
this week without major changes.
. Rayburn, speaking as the House
opened its annual forsign aid de debate,
bate, debate, said he, thought the bill
would be approved about .us rec recommended
ommended recommended bythe foreign affairs
The committee cut 339 million
dollars frpm the administration's
request in an open bid to fore,
stal deeper economy cuts on the
House floor .j 1 ; , .,
"I think we'll be able to protect
it. pretty' well," Rayburn said.
"I think we should be able to
come out with about what we are
going i with." .jl."
The id program is one of three
top items on the President's list
of priority legislation along with
reciprocal trade and de'ense1 re re-organization.
organization. re-organization. He has promised his
personal, support in November to
GOP congressmen whovote for
the programs.
The pending bill would merely
authorize the aid program.. Econ Economy
omy Economy advocates will get another
whack at', the program when' Con
gress takes up legislation later to
provide the actual cash.- 1 v .'
. Warns Against Cuts f
' ',-"'',
-"Ghairman Thomas S. Gordon
CD-Ill.) of the foreign affairs com committee,
mittee, committee, warning the House against
further aid cuts, said the 1 pro.
gram is ''the surest means of win.
ning the cold war and preventing
its eWiptiori isto hot war." v
He also said aid cuts would "in.
crease the present economic'1 re re-cession"
cession" re-cession" because nearly 600,000
"Americans in factories and on
farms owe their employment" to
the prdgram.'
"Nearly 80 cents of every dollar
of mutual security.funds is spent
in the United States and all is
ultimately spent here," he said.

Threat Of Aircraft Strike
Over Following Agreement

of a paralyzing aircraft strike at
16 plants in seven states appeared
to be over yesterday following an
- U... XT 1- a ..
agi cciiiciii ueiwceu imui III Amen.
can and United Auto Workers, n
The break in the strike front,
which for a time posed a threat
to the nation's missle testing and
Development program, came Sun.
day night, .
However, a strike by about 6.000
International ; Assn.' of Machinist
members at the Lockheed v Air.
craft Corn.'s Georeia division
plant at Marietta went, into its
sixth day. Members met Sunday
and agreed to continue the walk.
out that began at midnight
Wednesday. . ; v ..
Company negotiators were;' to
meet with union representatives
today in an effort to agree on t
new contract.'..v"v i:1;-:;vi;-,-.'
Some IAM me bers walked
out at Wednesday midnieht at the
Cape Canaveral Fla., guided mis-
sue test center, out returned a
short while later when it was
learned jday-to-day ,i negotiations
had been arranged by the nation
al -union. v, i. :;. M-u is .s
; "' fr. vi'-; f
t y Two.Ytar pact" 1 'i negotiators
announced agreement on; a two two-year
year two-year -pact providing wage increas.
es for 21,000 employes at North
American plants in southern Cal.
ifornia and in Columbus, Ohio.
Members of the union Will vote
on terms of the contract Sunday.
ui me meantime, tne eld con.
tract will be in effect. ' ;
t The new agreement provides
for- an increase in- minimum and
maximum has rates fn i ta to
$3.02 an hour, respectively; a 3
per ceni increase next year, a
$3.02 an : hour, respectively; a 3
per cent increase next ; year, a
seventh paid holiday and a cost-
Of-living plan.,.;-i.v,i;;Vv;,;v;;o
JThe pact came a few hours af.
ter members of the International
Assn.. of Machinists voted in San
Diego to approve a new two-year
contract offered by Convair divi.
sion of General Dynamics, ending


Gordon, who has 'been
ill, helped lead, the fight as his
last major congressional effort in
behalf of foreign aid. He has' an.
nounced his retirement at the end
of this -year., r iri ,'-- '-:-"r
Gordon, looking 'sallowV v arose
and announced in a low voice that
he would put in a plea lor the
bill, in the record without deliver.
ing it. Then he sat down and list
tened closely to the debate.',:
Rep, i Thomas E." Morean fi.
Pa.) scheduled to succeed Gor.
don as foreign affairs chairman,
joined him in a bi-partisan drive
to push the program through the
House. ,
Morgan Assures Hout
Morgan said House i action 1 on
the bill "Will -determine whether
or not we. are to continue our ef.
fort to win the cold war. He as.
sured the House the committee
would conduct a "continuing pol.
ley review"; of, the program.
, Morgan to d House members.
worried by the recession that
"ariy large cuts" in the bill would
' aggravate the economic i down.
turn and might extend it "beyond
our .borders ,ynw senoui conse.
quences forrburselVes," A-
"There ; : pparently ,are v tome
who beueve that we can ingore
what goes on beyond our shores
and that some day the "bad dream
will be over," he said.'
"They seem to reason 4hat "we
can concentrate on our own af
fairs and at the same time be
making ourselves 'stronger," Mor
gan said.. Just how w would
become stroiiger without overseas
bases and without the vital ma.
terials which we obtain from other
nations is not clear." ; ;
He admitted the administration
or 1 foreign aid could stand im improvement
provement improvement and is "continually
improving." 'But he added ."the
situation is not nearly as bad as
some of the published reports ap,
pear to indicate."
a threat of a strike at-midnight
Conyair's offer of a wage iln.
crease, ranging' from 17 to' 27.
cents an hour immediately, and a
3 per cent hike ,,next year, was
approved by almost, 70 per cent
vi wuae vuung on 11. s ,t :
" Solid Front Cracked
The solid front presented by the
uAWx and IAM in i negotiations
wiyn me Dig tour Lockheed, Con.
yair,; North American and Doug,
las was cracked last ..week with
an agreement between Lockheed
and IAM Lodge 727, representing
workers at the firm's Burbank in.
stallation.:;;',.- ii-j :,;::;.;.'.'" vvjj 1
Members of the lodge w over,
whelmingly approved a tentative
contract in a mass meeting Satur.
day. at the Hollywood Legion sta sta-dium.
dium. sta-dium. The pact called for an im.
mediate wage boost pf from 17 to
27 cents hourly. : ; i J
Negotiations between the other
companies and the UAW and IAM
continued with day-by-day strike
postponements after the, contract
expired Wednesday night."
Still to be ard from, now.
ever, was ; the negotiations be.
tween Douglas Aircraft Co. which
has plants in southern California,
Tulsa, Okla., and Charlotte, N.C.,
and UAW and IAM locals.1 f
I, Federal mediators called' for
negotiations to continue, encour.
aged by the tentative settlement
of disputes in plants of three of
the! Big Four. r
f-fi 1 ,;
TOKYO (UP)-- Shock wives
were recorded yesterday by two
Japanese meteorological observa observatories
tories observatories in the wake of the an.
nounced U.S., nuclear test ex'pio.
sion: in the Pacific. Abnormal at.
mospheric pressures were report report-ed
ed report-ed this morning by the Kyoto Un Un-iversity's
iversity's Un-iversity's meteorological institute
and the Sendai Observatory. The
shock waves lasted 10 to 11 min min-utes.
utes. min-utes. Meteorological experts; how.
ever, said they could not attri attribute
bute attribute the vibrations definitely"t0'
the U.S. test pending further

House Group Wants No More
Data On Ikes Defense Plan

House Armed Services Committee
abruptly wound up public hearings
on President Eisenhower's defense
reorganization plan Monday de despite
spite despite demands from some Repub Republicans
licans Republicans for more testimony.
Committee chairman Carl Vin Vinson
son Vinson (D.Ga.) announced the hear,
ings were finished,- at least "for
the time being." -The final, wit.
ness, Field D. Sprague, assistant
defense secretary for .international
affairs, endorsed -the President's
proposals.1 ,' -j, ...
Vinson said the committee had
received "ample information from
qua if ied witnesses" to enable it
to begin drafting 1 a bill behind
closed doors 'toaay. The group
began hearings on the hotly dis
puted administration bill April 22.
Vinson's announcement prompt,
ed Rep. Leon H. Gavin (JR-Pa.)
to comment that he had hoped to
hear, retired Gens. Alfred Gruen.
ther and Lucius Clay and former
Defense Secretary Robert A.. Lov.
v Aski Further Heairings
Ren: Charles S. Gubser (R.
Calt.)' also said further hearings
should be held to obtain com.
ments from organizations like the
Chamber of Commerce and the
American Legion. But Vinson said
such organizations would submit
written statements.
'He said therewas j"no '.'need of
rehashing" testimony a'ready .re.
ceived from other witnesses, j
The committee was expected to
re.write the President's bill from
start to finisht despite bis, "no re re-treat'
treat' re-treat' position on the legislation.
W t le House source reported
that the President is confident of
eventually winning the fight for
his plan, Which Is designed i to
eive more authority to the defense
secretary; and toe Joint Chiefs of
Staff. fri. '':f
these-- sources said the
dent was determined to
plugging" for his bill at every, op op-oortunitv.
oortunitv. op-oortunitv. In addition to his pub
lic speeches, his efforts have in
cluded; an unprecedented ieuerj;
writing and telephone 'campaign.
He already has written several
hundred ; letters to his friends
among -business and civic Readers
urging their support for his -bill.
According to these White' House
Mother Of Brando's
Vife 'Hears' r
She's Grandmother ;
; CARDIFF, Wales (UP) Mar
Ion (Brando's '.Welsh 'mother-in-law
learned Monday through ''differ
ent sources'; that she ; was
erandmother. iv
Mrs. William' O'CaHaghan said
she honed the birth of a boy to
Brando's wife; Anna Kashfi, would
end the family differences which
arose after, hes daughter's mat.
riaee to tne movie star Jastyear
The baby, weighing 7 pounds; 10
ounces, ; was born Sunday night in
a Hnllvwood hnsnital. ';' .X a'
Miss Kashfi let it be- known at
the time of her marriage that she
was an Indian born in Darjeeling,
a. tea., center.. v'-v-uS
(But Mr. .. and Mrs. William
'Callaehan said she actually was
"lr daughter. Joan, born in In
M while O'Callaghan worked, for
a railroad there. OCallaghan
now works as a $33.60 week
factory hand in .Cardiff, r -i
Anna Is remembered in Cardiff
as a student) at St;; Joseph's con.
vent School who' later wotked as
a butcher's assistant, and ; Wait.
"l had learned from different
sources that my daughter was go
inp to, have a baby, but we Kave
had no word of any kind from
Anna herself since she marri'dd,"
Mrs. O'Callaghan said in her mod-
est home in the Cardiff suburb of
Cathays.,'?- ,y.' :,
"We have been anxiously "look.
ing forward to a letter but, hoth.
ing has arrived.'! she Said., 1
"Still I'm glad to get this latest
news. Perhaos they will now, all
come over to see us. At leagt,
Tm hoping so." ,
. 'ii
Eight year old Nancy Ann.
fMoore, of Falls Church, Va., has
.been awarded that title in the
'Washington, D.C, area. She'll
compete ;With 19 other regional
winners' lor. the national Little
JMiss Cotton title' at the Mem Memphis;
phis; Memphis; Tenn, Cotton Carnival on""

sources, th response' has been
a unanimous pledge of support
lot his plan.- '
Endorsas Ikt's Plan
Sprague, the last administration
witness before the committee,
heartily endorsed the President's
proposal. He told the group:
"The streamlining of channels

for military .operations, the
strengthening of the Joint Chiefs
of Staff, and the modest flexibil.
ity which the secretary of defense
would have in al ocatmg defense
resources would contribute signif significantly
icantly significantly to the improvement of our
miutary posture.'V
But he said the plan would hot
"have any serious effect one way
or the other on the operation of
my oi'ice." ; -
Despite the President's all-out
campaign, the committee was ex.
pected to reject his demand for
the repeal of the law stipulating
that the Army, Navy and Air
Force must be "separately ad.
ministered." ;.
Committee members were said
to fear that repeal of this statute
would give the defense secretary
too much authority over defense
spending a jealous y-guarded con.
gressional prerogative. -.
The committee also was expect.
ed to deny his request for the re repeal
peal repeal of the law fixing the roles
and missions of the individual
services. v Navy witnesses 'have
complained that they feared this
could jeopardize naval aviation
and the Marine torps. ; 1
1 But' the committee may write
into its final bill a provision or ordering
dering ordering the Individual services to
follow the po icies' lad down by
the defense secretary. I s
The -committee also probably
will go along with Eisenhower's
proposal for expediting orders to
unified groundi sea air com.
mands by removing thev civilian
secretaries "of, the Army,' Navy
and Air Force-"rom the military
chain of command. v -ft
PAA's news direct flights A
connect Houston-Panama-
4Z. South, Americi'.t'l
Direct Service llnklr.8 Houston
an Npw Orleans .with Panama
and S0i1th America now is' be-
insr oDerated by Pan American
WnrM Alrwfl vs ',, 1
L The new flights depart Hous-
ton at ay. w iw""
Saturdays, k pause at New Or Orleans
leans Orleans at i2:35 a.m.vand arrive
in Panama at 8:40 a.m., Bar Bar-ranauilla
ranauilla Bar-ranauilla at 11:40 .a.m.; Mara-
calbo at 1:49, via, ana varacus
at 3:40 o.m.; .
ii fi...n fvi uprvlr.e merees
with PAA flights to the South
American east coast.
Return' fJJKhts leave Caracas
m.-. fiat.11Prtn.Vl fl.t 9:15
a.m., arrive at Maracalbo at
10:45 a.m.. Barranauma 9M..iy.o Panama 1:30 o.m.. New
Orleans 7:10 D.m. and Houston
8:75 n.m, ,.
- Both first class ana .tourist
class 8ats are available on the
radat-eauWoed i Super CllP-
oers. l"'
. rru m tmir.enclned vClIrjuers
have extra cabin soundproof
frier, specially desitrnea recnnin?
seh iinho'stered In deep fo.m
ruhber.' indirect nsmting ana n
luxurious lounce. Deluxe meal
eorvic nffprrt In the first class
section Includes free cocktails
and fine wmes. .
, ion1n' ; berths also are a a-vaiiahia
vaiiahia a-vaiiahia tn- first class rjassfn-
kers at, addltloAal cost. Advt,
4 door, radio ;. 650.00
, r'
1955 PONTIAC f
4 door, radio, '
,." 3 tone ........ .1600.00
1956 FORD SWagon
- 4 door, radio,
2 tone 1795.00
195J PONTIAC : ". V
, 2 door, radio 750.00
1956 FORD
2 tone, radio .'.1795.00
4 door, radio 500.00
1952 CADILLAC Conv.
Radio v.... 950.00
1953 BUICK
4 door. H.T., '
' radio 950.00
1954 BUICK
t door. H.T..
1 radio i... 1250.00
;piALEit V
PANAMA Tel.'-3-7010
' .-2-0625
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: Ice As!;s Congress For $4 U:2:
f.'qre For FIIA LlortgEge Insurance
WASHINGTON (UP)-The Eis-I The prediction jibed with r

enhower administration a s k e d,
Congress yesterday for an "emer
gency iour Diiiion dollar increase
in the mortgage insurance authof.
ity of the Federal Houstatf Author.
ity (FHA). ' V r
Housing administrator Albert
m. coie loia a i senate Housing
Sllhrommittuo ftl hnnct wb naaA
el "to-keep pace with the rapid
unsuree in FHA rfnmteatihn Hn-
pig the first four' months of this
yiar." -
Without Swift roncrpcainnal ik
tion,; he said,?, FHA will "reach
tne limit oi, its present authoriza.
tion" bv mid.Iiinp tvhon tha a
mand for FHA mortgage msnr
ance will be reaching, its yearly
peak. ., v f .;
Cole Assured fh Pnmmiftto 4th.
harn pturn in demand for FHA
financing is' a hiPhlv encouraging
sign of the streneh nt iho hnnoinrr
market and tho ain(i
bution it" is beginning ; to mke
as an .ani)-recessionnrv force,"
Cole made his nla at th,
inS Of SUbCnmmit0a haarinaa
the various honsm bills, a '-'
sparkman Supports ere
Chairman .Tnhn t
j, ----- -- v,. uomjM"!!
UAla.l nrnniTitlv ..' anfnV.d
ronosed increast. He .said he
ana sen. Homer J5. Capehrt
(iv-Jd.), he ratkin subconimif.
tee ReDuhtirnn umuM lnfvn.4.....
Bill to put the boost intoef"ct
xic preaiciea tne senate would
Jet on the, measure "veryj miirt
lv" to meet th;',mM 'Ti
line estahshefl by.. Cole. ;
Meanne. xhm Jvational 4nc
.tion ef Home BuiHers "wjeM
that home hu?l,'r woiiH 'Va'rt ti
construct Ji ner" re"t, ""oe ho"
inis ver. tnan -a-)t. It based
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imoort mrt

ernment forecasts of about 1,LJ

000 new housing starts this year.
Associauon presiaeni neis u.
verin said the increase would'
mean mure jiDS, new payroi.S,
(and) new orlers for allied lines
which contribute materials and'
services tor nousing."-
- Housing Bill PassoJ tr
Congress already has enacfe4
n emergency anti-recession Ii Ii-850,000,000
850,000,000 Ii-850,000,000 housing bin, w h i c S
rresicen- j"snnower signed-int
law on Aoril 1. ... ,;
Cole told the subcommittee th
new law ,as partly resoonsiblt
for the "recent stimulus" inhhom
Cole told the subcommittee tht
new law was partly resoonsiblt
for the "recent stimulus" m homt
buyin?. He said other factors wer
the growing avptlaMlity of Mart
gape money 1 and the if
"overnment restrictions' if' FHA
fixneing., ; '-
Congress in hi bo''t messngtl
'w Jnuary for -a three Billioai
-'nllar b"os in hft FHA's irsuf.
ance authority, tuf Cole ssW hei
"Umber "of nc''io" -for FHA"
i"o,.j ur,rFV U9m
t elv outdistanced earlier esU
mates." f: : ;
Forty per cent of West Ger-
mny s nrsr oom wen- concevea
before marriage, the Federal Sta
'fstics Office renorte-i yesterday.
I' sid that in 1956, 7? oer cent of
H firs' bom cWi i"1 the" c'ouni
try arrive bef"re ; the first ?we4-'1
dine anniversary. ? ??
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ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE BROWNIE TROOP 15 was invested as Girl Scouts-in A "Fly-Up" ceremony at Albrook Air Force
Base recently. This was the third year of participation in the "Fly-Up" ceremony for Brownie Troop 15. Standing In center,
left to right, dre Scout leaders, Mrs. Dorothy Hamilton,, Mrv; Pat Adams; Investiture Leader, representing Albrook Girl Scout
Neighborhood Chairman Mrs. Jean Barber, who is in the States, and Mrs. Thelma Morris..- Sitting, left to right: Sharon Ogle,
Virginia Hamilton, Judy Pldwman, Karin Burkhalter,; Doris Martin, Penny Morrtsk Teressa De Area, Pamela Burgenheim,' and
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(Ordnance Section

t One hundred and forty six years
J of service supplying the Armed
Forces of the United States and
J its allies with weapons and Ord-
nance equipment will be celebrat-
ed by the U.S. Army Caribbean
J Ordnance Section tomorrow, at
i v.m.3 In "the supply ,; divisron
t at Corozal. . ;
. There will be music, ,; refresh-'
J ments furnished by the U.S. Ar Ar-5
5 Ar-5 my Garrison, Fort Clayton, and a
speech by- Lt. Col. Ralph H.
Wells, Ordnance officer, USARCa-
f rib. ,.
. Some 100 other Army Ordnance
i Corps installations and activities
' around the world will .observe
the anniversary on the same day.
An Act of Congress established
. 1 the Corps during the War of 1812.
'. The Corps was known as the Ord Ord-?
? Ord-? nance Department then, and it
I was responsible for ''everything
1 that shoots, is shot, or rolls.
t The Ordnance Corps still car

ries out this mission, and in, aaai aaai-tion
tion aaai-tion supplies a great quantity of
weapons and Ordnance equipment
to the Navy, .Marines and Air
Force, and to allied and friendly
forces.' ; '.';"' f
- in conHintr hm best wishes and

r personal greetings to members of
k the USARCarib Ordnance Section,
1 Maj. Ge". Thomas L, Harrold,
! commanding general, USARCarib,
; said, "The history of the Corps is
a long and honorable one. By cre cre-t
t cre-t atinc and develooing material and
weapons from early guns-to mod mod-missiiM.
missiiM. mod-missiiM. the Ordnanc Corps

J has forged the vital tools of mili-
tary strength. The modern Army
and the Army of the future depend
t to a great extent upon the abili abili-.
. abili-. v nf t.ho Corns to provide the
ultimate jn weaponry." J,
I One of the most oustandmg
programs developed USARCa USARCa-1
1 USARCa-1 rib Ordnance Section during the
past year has been in re-ware-
Bv utilizing fast airWt,
Ordnance items may now be
flown from a central point in, the
: U.S. to the Canal Zone in a short
t time, eliminating the long waiting
' neriod formerly encountered. As
f only a limited sunply of Ord-
nance Itams is kept on hand, on-
Iv fraction of .. the warehouse
; sftace oreviously used must now
: be maintained.
Present-Chief of Ordnance Lt.
I Gen. E. L Cummings, is the 19th
chief. He was appointed to the
' post Nov. 1, 1953. A 1924 grad grad-i
i grad-i uate of the U-.S. Military. Acade Acade-l
l Acade-l my, he holds a degree in civil en-
gineering.from Massachusetts In In-,'
,' In-,' .stitute of Technology. ..
Horo in usARCarib, in addition
4 to Wells, the Ordnance staff
- includes Lt. Col. Wallace Martello
as executive officer; Maj. Edgar
- L. Robinson as chief, suoply divi divi-,
, divi-, Bion; Capt. Harold H. Mattice as
chief, fiscal and management of-
fice;, lst. Lt. John 1 Seibert as
i rhief of the" Atlantic division:
Cant. Victor B. Swan as chief of
, the ammunition division and 1st.
Lt. William E. Richmond as
chief, inspection office.
With the reduction in number
' of units in USARCarib during the
past year, the' 565th Ordnance Pe Pe-'
' Pe-' tachment remains the only orga organizational
nizational organizational unit in USARCarib Ord
nance at present? The remainder
of Ordnance's military personnel
are assigned to the various Ar
my garrisons. This is known as
-IIS. Army Technical Service. Pa
cific and U.S.- Army Technical
Service.' Atlantic. ',' .r

A great many citizens of the
'. Republic of Panama are employed

bv the USAK(;riD uraancne bee

' tion. some 12 of whom tomorrow

. during anniversary celebrations at
Corozal will : receive certificates

2CS0 up to the minute rooms
Sentible Rates Include r
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showing their membership in the!
500 hour club meaning that they
have accumulated 500 hours sick
leave. -; .. :: .'.
On tomorrow night's C F N-
TV '' Panorama ': program, three
employes of USARCarib Ordnance

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CROWNING TOUCH Affairs of state occupy this painter in i
; London. The giant crowns he's reaiymg will be displayed!
, atop poles when Italian President Giovanni Gronchi arrives in
England May 13th for a three-day stale visit' f ,'

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New Santa Rosa and
regularly al
Port Everglades (Fort Laud Lauderdale).
erdale). Lauderdale). 23 miles north of Mia Miami,
mi, Miami, will be a port of call on the
Itinerary, of the Grace Line's
new "Santa Rosa'V and "Santa
Paula," it was announced today
bv Lewis A: Lapham, President.
The. first of these two 300-pas-senger,
20.000-ton luxury liners,
the "Santa Rosa." will tmtervsT tmtervsT-vice
vice tmtervsT-vice between New York, the
Caribbean, and South America
early this Summer. 4 These new
sister ships will be the largest
American flag passenger liners
ever to call regularly at a Flor Florida
ida Florida port.
Inv' addition to Port Ever Everglades,
glades, Everglades, the itinerary of the new
ships on their 12-day crulse3
will Include Curacao and Aruha.
Netherlands West Indies; La
Guaira. Venezuela (port for the
canital, Caracas) ; and Nassau,!! .i : ;
Port-Everglades is well eaulp
oed to receive ships of this size.
It has a satisfactory turning
basin and channel, good harbor
equipment, and most important

will aooeac, on televisionvto de-

scribe functions of their various
departments They are Cyrille E
Martens, chief, major items sec section;
tion; section; Elmer S. Smith, supervisory
purchasing agent and Hobart D,
McConnell, chief, stock control
San'a Paula fo call
Florida port
for vessels on a regular sched
tile, docking and undocking by
tugs i can be effected in any
kind of weather. Also.1 the Port
Manager, R. ,T. Siiangler, and
tne. Port commissioners- have
agreed, prl'orvto' the Inaugura Inauguration
tion Inauguration of the i service, to perform
certain dredgine work, and to
add to the. existing terminals,
complete facilities for the han handling,,,
dling,,, handling,,, of;, passengers, V baggage
and cargo. y y..S y--Passengers
will find Port Ever-
glades .strategically located for
visitors! Nearby Fort Lauderdale
and Hollywood offer fine shop shopping,
ping, shopping, superb beaches, excellent
fishing, and interestingslght interestingslght-seeing.
seeing. interestingslght-seeing. '. Fast and inexpensive
transportation will be available
for. Miami, only a short drive
away to 1 the south, while the
fabulous'. Gold Coast, as far
Ijportri jisl,,palm Beacft ,1s" alnwst
Agents for the Grace Line at
Port Everglades will be the Port
Everglades Terminal Company.


branch. In addition to the. appear'
ance. of the three Ordnance em
ployes, there will toe a special
film depicting Ordnance activities
in USARCarib and advances made
during the past year. More then
100 Ordnance employes assisted in
filming the special feature.
When man makes his first trip
to the moon, it could well be in
a missile developed through 146
years of Qrdntfnce Corps research
and development. It B doubtful,
however, that this event will mean
as much to the Infantryman as
receiving a new Ml rifle without
t coating of cosinoline that re requires
quires requires .hours of scrubbing to re
move. The latter may seem in insignificant
significant insignificant to the layman, but
hat Ordnance Corps advance, ana
thousands of more just like it, to today
day today are contributing materially to
making the U.S. Army "Kuggea,
Paarlu anI PolioKlo''
Written for NEA Service
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WEST ,.;EAST -:.
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East and West vulnerable
South West North East
Pass 'IV 2 N.T. Pass'
4 Pass 8 Pass
Pass Pass
Opening lead V K
" nNE nf tha modern gadgets the
expert carries around in his bridge
kit is the so-called 'unusual no
trump. When the opponents nave
bid IWO SUliS it asK paimer iy
choose between the others ana
when the opponents have ma a
major it asks him to ; choose be.
tween the minors.
North's two no-trump is -a good
example of this bid, With five
cards in each minor suit he is
willing to go the three level a
gainst the major suit opening, With
a better hand North might have
jumped, directly to three or even
four no.trump. With, a normal rv
trump overoall he would simplj
have bid one notrump. ; --v
, South had ft pretty good han (
for diamonds and jumped to fou?
r?theo than a mere bid of three
This encouraged North to go or.
to game. He could have had ; r
weaker hand for, his unusual nc
tmmp. 1
There was no defense against
the diamond eame nlaved bv
South. East could nevpr get In to
lead throuch South s kma of Dad
es and Soi'th ws able to establish
dummy's fifth club for a discard
Without the unusual no ? trump
North would have overcalW
with two diamonds." South would
have raised him and they, might
nive reacnea tne diamond same
Thev might also have made it
but Eas m'fht vf; thought i of
a snide lead fn which case they
wouio have gone down one.
Q The bidding has been: j
West North East South
1 Doiible Redbl. Pass
2 Double Pass 3 t
Pass 4 4 Pass ? 1
You, South, hold:
A5S8 VA78 932 Af4J
What do you do? ;
A Pass. Your partner most
have good band but you hve
s made strong; bid and while yon
' have two aces yon have nothing
else that looks like trick. Take
- profit and be satisfied.
I The biddina has been:
-I West North Est South
1 1 ,, Double Be4bTrTTT7;

, You, soutn, noia:
6 S 1017 8 9 4t M
What do you do? I
Answer Tomorrow

. London's nostalgic look-back to
the llapper days of the gilded
twenties,' "The Boy Fneud," still
arawing the Britisners to its nice.
Jy naugnty fun-irolic of mirth-pro-voking
dance' antics and tune.uliy
linKling songs, is aiso scoring 4
success in the small Downtown
Theater' in New York, just the
right intimate atmosphere for a
jony iling ike this bit, oi merry

musical spooling 01 -ihi ooioies
and frailties of that fabulous per.
rod when skirts were short but
faces seldom long. ,
" Could Be Happy With You"
and "A rtoom in Bloomsbury''
are humaole cutties with semimen
tal appeal The capable cast of
thirteen is headed oy El.w Mc.
Cown, Evelyn Page, Gerianne Ra Ra-phanel
phanel Ra-phanel and Bill Mullikin. A lot f
ngnt hearted entertainment' is
packed into this titillative baper.
One of the landmarks below
Washington Square, is the 0 1 d
Brevoort Hotel. The restuarant,
long a favorite-with literati, 'and
gourments, has been done over
in a most attractive decor. Nar.
row panels of neutral.toned wood
are a loil for the competing mu.
ral shetches in charcoal 'that
stand out so vividly against large
white backgrounds between'; wide
urapenes of 'crimson' and gold.
Tne square columns 0. moaned,
gray.; ana white marole ii in el
ective contracts
Theodore Chemers, popular pro.
pneior, ias ouut aepeuuUie
O lOWlMg lOf uu CU.,rlia J ut,.
wiiere ( ue abri;meuv ot eu
iOOu, swans, caoo, 10 wi 4;,u cuia
uOnct uic.ita Uicia miK iOOa te-
gantiy preapreu. xtoasi Loug is.
iaha uucfcunj. 1 orduge, fileX nuv
uoa M : m uUd.,., i'v B
saute a la t rovengaie au4 oruU-
with craomeai. au anerry are
few cheiS-d'ourvre., : ; ..
The eel ar boasts a discrimihat.
ing selection di rencu, Italian
a..a uecwau .Wwiee. W wein..wua
pastries are made, rigut oii tne.
premises. acoMy, gnul niaiu'e
u wiui a uetigiiuui teiise, ot nu nu-mor,.
mor,. nu-mor,. turns out to be an Italian
named f assarelli witn' a tine Hair
Oi' uUKuig diners leel nappay'ai
Melvyn Douglas. iBettv Field
and Li i Darvas are well cast as
co.stars in tne revival, at the Co.
ronet Theater .0 the sexy r rencn
comedy "Waltz of the Toreadors"
which won ya Drama CtitiM, ,A ,A-ward.
ward. ,A-ward.
This sparkling vehicle affords
their ripe talents full scope, with
Uj aeiignuuiiy intriguing .i. Jd.iu.i
aim ucucious numor. ueepue a
romantic t irtation with younger
woman in his days ot alon an
aging French general has remain.
Co technically faithful to ais ma
lingering, wife, a siormy ex-ac
tress who tyrannizes over him
from her invalid's bed'. When the
object of his 'early infatuation
seeA him out at nome wnn
proot that his wile has b3et un.
faithful, things begin to pop4, in
a Dearoom scene that is a 'not,
Beloved "Mother" Leone reign;
ed' supreme ovejvLeone's Restua.
ram iroin irom .iSUtt to 1944, jimce
then, under the management .of
ner- son and his partners, its su superior
perior superior cuisine and congenial. t at.
mospnere nave oeen rewarded by
expansion until it now occupies
seven buildings, with the
at 2XJ west 48th street.
lhe latest acquisition was the
President Theater, which was eon.
verted into the handsome high-cei.
mgea ineaier Koom with its u u-nique
nique u-nique back ground of cedar trees
and a waterfall, and with an im.
pressive display of .White Italian,
marDie statuary and a valuable
collection 01 on paintings. ;
' A total of 1200 diners may be
yeated ;in thfe 11 :; dining rooms,
which include the Fountain Room
with its Roman fountain And ff
'tar trees, the Red Room,, the Art
aoom witn its collection Oi Ita.
tan "plates and the Wine Cpllar
Two of the three partners, Gene
Leone and Tom Meserpa 11..' are a
vld art collectors who share iheir
ireasures witn tneir pawons. '..,;,,
-Even the popular Expresso Bar
has its share of fine painting-nd
sculptures. Leone's antipasto Su.
preme is deservedly famous for
its flavorful perfection. Specialties
inciuoe DaKCdjiome-made lasagne
osso ouco wiih risotto, Mother's
whole roast chicken and saltini saltini-bocca
bocca saltini-bocca alia Romana with -It, fan
truffles. A'ter 52 years of rerving
uiiaurjBHsea toon, mis is mu the
most colorfully interesting dwtng
place in the .city. ...
Why we ("alow down" after 40?
Isn't II possible that tha chemical
-thangei witln our body ar cam-,
ed by an unknown nutritional
need. Isnt it possible (hat Ibe un unknown
known unknown substance In Kojal Jelly
could supply this need. Surely
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Federation Mslces Self-Government
Possible In British Commonwealth

' LONDON, May 12 (BIS) -A1-
though the first two successful
modern federations The United
States and Switzerland are not
members of the British Common
wealth, the history of federalism
in the last century has very large-,
ly been a history of, .common
wealth developments.
Fifty years ago.i it seemed to
some people as ihough the.luture
organization of what was then
the "British empire mlaht take A
federal form; but although this
was pecluued by .vigorous devel.
opme of, individual nations as
that a ouite different general struc-
ture, based upon free and inti-
mate consultation, grew. up. in-'
stead, the federal idea was put
to rew usesjn the seoarate Mparts
of the' Commonwealth.
The coming into being of an in.
dependent. Federation of Malaya
in; 1957 Jias. added a new federal.
Staite to th inrlinpn(i(nr memherS
ofjthe Commonweatth. Three Fed.
erations. all formed fairly recent
ly, remained at varying distances
short of full indeoendence but
may look forward to its achievo.
ment the Fedemionof Rhodesia
and NyasaUmd," the -Federation of
the West ; Indies and the edera.
tion 01 Mgeria.; ; ,'-s
With the: exception of the East
African terntones, : where the dif
ferent interests of indii;enous and
immigrant populations Kdiffernr?
forms of ., constitutional .'. growth
make a common political develop,
ment more than -jis'tally- difficult
to attain, th! only remaining
rwrts of the Commonwealth wh'ch
nrp neither indenenderit. sovprei"n
rations for fedor?tions, will be
he smaller1 ?nd isolate iolomes
or commercial centers.vJ!,or some
f. these closer union with other
territories Wy yet bl practica.
bl but not for all.
The reason" for the widesoread
adaptation of the federal idea to
Bntish commonwealth nrobiems is
to be traced to a whole" series; of
political needs to which it seems
to Provide' an aporooraite answer
All of them hve in common that
they : involve the practice of self
Kovernpi'mt ondeen. without dem-
ocratically ; elected. governments
ther5 is no real point to' federal
What federalism rfoet tt to
make It possible to, keep to the
principle of self government
wherf there art obstacles : to
the straightforward type of ee-v
tfrliied parliamentary and eiH.
net jvernr'nt s practiced In
tb United Kingdom Itself.
i These obstacles mayH orise from
two onoo'site consiflerations he
countr'esconcemrli may be fop
large or to varmd 1 for centrsllz.
ert povrnment to he practical or
palatable; or, on the other hand,

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they may ho too s,mall to stand
by themselves as independent u u-nits
nits u-nits either within the highly com:

petitive external world or even
within the closer-knit Common,
wealth family-,
But- in more concrete terms, a
new nation Within the Common.
wealth has to be considered of suf.
ficient size and strength to quali qualify
fy qualify for membership in the United
Nations any more important per.
haos, it has to, be taken senouslv
enough by the existing h members
or the commonwealth for. them
to feel that its prime minister (or
other relevant mlnistfrt can take
part on; an eanal footing jn those
rtmisterial gatherings that form
the'-core of the commonwealth's
consultative .'machinery, i -i
A Tin me minister hf Wpn.
tion The West. Indies of Nige
ria wi' ; opviousiy s- vitn an
autnorry ,wmcn woula ; not b
wei'e'' hy'' the ,?VMn'
sinrle island'1 op of .one of. th6 Nil
gen an r'-'ony, i T:yr- i
- What fecralism does: or ; at.
temnts to do is tn Dermit thp
division : of .the function of coy.-
errment' sn thafwhile the units o?
which a ffttfeY.tion g composed
can direct" with matters 0'
immediate domestic concern, and
protect anv "narticulai interest r m-
'ue th?t ihir inhabitants char.
ish. thevfeaeral institutions can
de?t with matters of common chn
cern and. in particulars all thos
itintters th"- copfern the external
relations of the' fedration taken -a
whni2.' .m
The first .thing Is, then, to de.
side wijSjt the units shall be;
, j'and the second how : powers
shell be divided, ; In .' thexl first
ease, past history or even b b-oraphy
oraphy b-oraphy may decide orettv well
in advance what the basic units
in federation r, e io bej this
is brefdly, :trve,Al &anada, Aus.
tralia, thi Federation orMala
ya, and now of ihe West Indies.
... But sometimes when federalism
is adopted after a period of oen.
tralized imnerial government,- this
may be a major, concern. This
has been true 'in India with, the
demand for States based 'upon
linquistic considerations;, and it Js
true in Nigeria, where it is ar
Rued that the original tripartite
division was inadequate for ; the
protection of the. minority groups
within the three main regions.-
In the case Af the Fflcration of
Rhonesia and Nyasaland, where
the -units are not: even at the
same stage of constitutional devel.
ooment, Ane appropriateness of
roth the existing Hinfis and of the
fnf rl m, of government are
sMH challenpei by spokesmen of
ele-nnts within both th" "ropean
an-i th Ayicpn comun'tles.'
On. the' sacond point, tthe main


thing to emphasize is that there

is no distribution nf
tween the center and the units
that is both theoretically correct :
and certain to endure, The b a 1.
ance changes all the time as new
neeas come into being or a$ old'
ones are felt with a hew sense of
urgency,. It is not possible until
a federal constitution is actually
working to be certain how if will'
work;. things not, to. be written-in.'
toonsiitions-popular sentiment.'
the type of; 'Political parties that
. -Canada, provides a classic" ex.
a0mpPle; f India a more Jeceenxt-
one, of how a constitution that that-seemstov
seemstov that-seemstov give all the weight to
I m,?ter may,yet work out in
fu much more ''federal'.' way than
Jltf PflPer- Provisions ; would sug.
Of a national economy in place of
separate -regional 'ones may give
importance to PPn'r.i;..:'::
vhat they did not previously pos.
Tnl7t Perhp-S cal1 fOT a "v!
$2?fL T81".31 constitutional
frfangmeatsri! ot, ) t-
'S'' IO ''ill 1 ;
There are,: finally,"; two prob. prob.-lems,
lems, prob.-lems, of special importance to
50lonia' '"-ritories
.whether formed, .$ in th. West
'rflTV' br,nin9 such territo.
Hes together or, .$ in Nigeria,
J"Wm h former
center. ,p.t 1. ii.v ,-s.
fa JthTe,fprobten?s Vis fronr the
I i tha iLsuch territories are lo
hefh with likely to be poor
bocj. taXabl? income -and 'm
nfiTJ ?dmiristrative and poIilL"
cal talent For federaL governmen
is expensive government two
ties cost more than one tier.'-'
sohtnn n"gtl are. "ortant i the'
slut 0? othe, problems that this
"rnts One should avoid the
chinwywh-rever1 .ocihi. t;:
y in lettinf the fral wrn
ment work for th. unit. an1 vie-"
at the .jmt; level, must he prenar.
H to Brcent,-t le- '-r nAe
nt off to
stflrt onlv, if tbcv can
draw; cn the country's bet i-t i.
zqm to an their institutions institutions-'S'
'S' institutions-'S' """'r ti h l'-i.f'er'itood
by, the ordinary vor as we'l as
prAyisVvthVcnntrib'i'ion the
''-"I 'to t"1 ,in1 r the
British Com mo"weai:h should be
by no means exhausted. :
rd : h

cl Olli
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octal an


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awf C
.'I hp F.i'ii
i imbasador
el at a luncheon at the British

oi the Ambassador of India in the .ftntine and Mrs. hr
havan and Sir. W. Van liet, Canadian Trade Commissioner.

Will Attend .International
' Lions Convention In Nicaragua
Dr. and iMrs. Teodore Arias of
' ini'i.,i anH Mr. and Mrs. Toma
,Parpnps and Mr. and ,M r s

John Lloyd of Panama are leay.
. ing ior Managua, Nicaragua to at at-teuu
teuu at-teuu the 17th International Lions

Convention. Dr. Anas wur preside
over the convention.
...'(' .'
Arosemena-Pe la Guardie ,
Wedding In June
: 'Invitations ha-ve been received
tn the weddine of Miss Go-

- rla Maria Arosemena, daughter of

Mr. and Mrs. Jose A. Arosemena
Hulk IWIel Sap...

."MOST of the girls I know who
are planning,' on going on to col college,
lege, college, says a high school senior,
'are going just because their par parents
ents parents expect them to.
. "They aren't realty Interested in
- anything but getting married, but
most of them are afraid to tell
. their parents that.".- ;
' Parents vof any daughter who
' does get up the courage to say,
"What's the use of my going to
college? I don't want a career
I just want to get married and
' have alhorrfe and c h i 1 & f e n,'
shouldn't be thrownvinto a stail stail-:
: stail-: spin of disappointment.
Instead, they ought to try to sell
v her on the idea of a college edU-
cation On her own terms, by say.
ng something like this:
1 '0f course, you want ; to get
married. That's right and normal.
. But if you intend to marry and
create a home for a husband and
' children you are. going to need a
i good education."
. THEN they should explain)
"You'.l need an education to bet-.-ter
understand your husband and
: children. Andunless you have tak
ji en the opportunity to enrich your
vown life through learning; h 6 w
3 can you create the kind of home
.- atmosphve that encourages your
. husband and children to make
the most o," their abilities and op-
portunities and to enjoy all the
"" riches open to thojruwho wjoy
.:. using their minds? v
. "Higher education isn't wasted
. on a girt whose tme and only am;
' bition is to be a homemaker. For
then it not only enWches the life
of an individual but of a whole
: "So, actually, whet we want
for you isn't too different from
what you want for youself. We,
too, want you to have a husband,
home and children. '
"But,we want you to wait to
decide on who your husband Is
": going to 'be until you've had a
better preparation for living than
you have at 17 or 18. i
"And we would like to' see you
brine to the career of homemaker
' all the knowledge and understand understanding
ing understanding and appreciation v that we,
- think a college eddcation will
give yqu,", -

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" mushrooms, (oV, meat) salt"
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q satisfies' the most delicate q
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0 today.
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I.AUY HLiYUfcxwuj


nd Lady Ilendersoa entertala-
Embassy yesterday in honor
to Ricardo AdoL'o da la Guardia,
son oi Mr., and Mrs. Kobetto dt
la Guardia.
The couple will be married on
June T in the Chapel of Loy Col.
lege in New York City.
Fort Culi'ek QHieen' Wives
Install Officers Following ea
The Fort Gu ick Of.icer Wives'
club installed new otficeri A their
monthly meeting following a tea
held May 8 at the Fort Guiick Of Of-ficer's
ficer's Of-ficer's Club.
Mrs. Arthur May, Vho presided
at the meeting, presented orchid
corsages to the new officers: Mrs.
Joseph Grezaffi, president; Mrs.
Cornelius Liner, vice uresident;
Mrs. Maury Cralle, secretary; Mrs
Lawrence anieias, ircaiurer; wre.
William Russe I. .first alternate;
Mrs. Carlos Betances, second il il-ternate;
ternate; il-ternate; and to Mrs. James Hull,
Mrs. Ralph; v. Miller; and Mrs.
Juan Raisoza. board members.
; Mrs. Fred Vigil, outcoing sec-
retary, introduced as guests Mes.
dames Romero, Sierra, and De la
Cruz lrom Colombia: Jtfesdames
Paredes.; Medina," and Hurtado
from Venezuela, and Mrs. J. Def.
Ion from Mexico. ' t
Also Mesdames C. Perrett Sr.,
C; Pewett Jr.', J. Gonzales, E. Ev,.
erson, D. "Davis, L. Sanfilipo,
guests of honary president, Mrs.
Gines Perez. .... V ) r ;
. Farewell gifts were given to de.
parting members Mrs. Victor Na
vas, Mrs. Atiliio Lopez, Mrs. Alei.
dei Reyes, and Mrs. Robert Val.
vcrde. Former president, M r I.
Raymond Wilson received a gi t
"roro Mrs. Joseph Grezaffi, new
president, bestowed on behalf of
the club, y v v.,
Hostesses for the tea were Mrs.
Frank Gardner, Mrs. ( Ben Dooley,
and, Mrs., WiUiam Radentz. t
Mr, Hamlin and Mrs. Witmin
Feted At Descididi Buffet
-- Mrs. Dorothy Hamlin, and Mrs.
Waiter Wieman were honored
guests at a buff et supper at the
home; of Mrs, -: Richard Sergeant
Sunday evening. C-hostesses with
Mrs. Sergeant were Mrs. Eldridg
Burton and Mrs. Frank Van Home,
Approximately 53 guests attended.
Both Mrs, Hamlin and Mrs.-, Wie,
man are leaving the Isthmus soon.
p firii't' VMS' n m
Teen Club Dedication j,!,,
Set For .Saturday .,i-,vu,i''i
Gov. William E- Potter will give
the dedicatory speech which will
Oificially dedicate the Balboa Teen
Club .Saturday afternoon from, 4
until 6 p.m.vOtner Canal Zone of officials
ficials officials will attend the open house
at the Club building. An-invitation
has been extended to parents and
all persons interested in the Club
to attend the exercises.
llsv Class OfGorps
Gray Ledias Capped
rn CZ Lasl liighl
Graduates of the latest. class of
Gorgas Gray Ladies were capped
at graduation exercises held at the
Canal Zone Chapter, House. last
Thrclass and guests were weL
corned by Col. Norm an H. Wiley,
Director of Gorgas Hospital' In.
troductory remarks were alio
made by Roger Adams, chairman
Canal Zone Red Cross' Chapter,
Leonard J. Meyer,, Director ; of
Operations, ARC, and Miss Hester
Garrett, ARC Field Director, r
Col. Wiley presented certi'icates
te the ladies while. Mrs. Vi Woli.
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tack eatice fer Ixluiiee la Ikia
celume ihaule be. umiHe m
'the e eumber listed 'ally m "Se-"
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T "ie" te rh Mice, Neticea el
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Coca $ele,Civie Ceuncil
11 The Coco Solo Civic Council will
meet tomorrow evening at i .Jo at
the Breaker's lub (od Oncers'
Club) at Coco Solo. All reorients
Oi'tbe area art invited to attend
and participate in the meeting.
Canal Zone Art League
Spensers Werkthi J
The Canal Art League a work
shop at the USO.JWB on ua Boca
Road. All persons interestel in
painting irom still liie or portraits
or discussing art are invited., to
participate in the sessions each
Thursday morning beginning at 9
a.m. i 1
IAWC Beard Meeting
The Board of Directors of the
Inter-American Women's C l u b
will meet on Wednesday morning
at 9:30 at the Club room in the
Tivoll Guest House. '.
Atlantic Branch
CZ Art League '
The Canal Zone Art League, At.
lantic Branch, will meet this eve.
ning at 7:30 at the clubhouse, in
Gatun on the corner of Jadwin and
Lighthouse Road.
Films will be shown Tnd visitors
will be welcome.
Isthmian Sparts ; :
Car Club -' 'j
The Isthmian Sports Car Club
will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
at the El Panama Hotel. Guest
speakers will be the two Can a a-dians
dians a-dians and an Englishman who tra.
veiled the Pan-American highway
to Panama ura land rover.
Seroptlmlst Internatlenal ef Celen
Soroptimist International of Co.
Ion Is holding an important meet meeting
ing meeting t the Hotel Washington "Xm
May 14 at 4:30 p.m. The meeting
is for members only and they are
requested to arrive promptly at
the stated time. s
Ceuncil Neltl't.'. v' '"'t
K. of C. Maets Tenlght
Knights of Columbus !; will meet
tmj evening promptly at 7:30 at
the Knight's Home in Margarita.
CZ Spanish T,
Conversation Club
, "The Canal Zone Spanish Con.
versation Clubv.wi'l hold its regul.
ar bi.weekly meeting tomorrow at
7 :30 p.m., at the Quarry Heights
OLicers' Club. All .persons who
are eligible tor membership in an
officers' club are welcome to join
as members. This li not classroom'
instruction, but It is an opportunl.
ty for member and their guests
to improve their ability to con.
verse iq Spanish.- All levels of flu flu-ency
ency flu-ency are welcome. There ere : no
rules, regulations, dues nor form
ality. Dress is sport shirts or com.
iortabie attire; pamsn-speaking
guests of member are particular,
ly welcome, ; t i-"
tarskv and Mrs. Gladys Wiley as assisted
sisted assisted in the capping ceremony.
Following the exercises refresh,
ments were served by commit,
tee under the chairmanship of
Mrs, Martha Hammond.
. Gray Ladies who will begin their
duties at Gorgas fol'owing last
night's ceremony are Mesdames
Henrietta Alexis. Virginia Baaule.
Connie Cain. Rita Cain, Anastasia
Cullum, Jeanne rirguaon, Irene
Fountain. Gerd. Gordon. Nettie
Halter, Maj.Brltt Holcroft, Beverly
Jageers, Virginia Killuai. Deena
Leonelli, Eleanor Mcllhenny, Isa Isabel's
bel's Isabel's Newhart Eva Plesa, Verna
Ray, Josephine Smith, Jean Sulli.
van, Kosita Thorns, Alice Vescio,
Barbara West, and Misses Ruby
South and Dorothy Powell.

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FRENCHIE, THE POODLE, In the Ann.. tattin's School 'of.
Dance, "The Little Show" is Cappy Foster of Cocoli. The first
performance will be held at the studio on the second floor of
the Cocoli Clubhouse, Friday at 7 p-m There will be no ad admission
mission admission charge. The second and main performance will be
held at the Hotel Tlvoli Ballroom in conjunction with a buffet
' luncheon on May 24 at noon.
-. ii n i i i ..I

, "i';', t'-'fr :"
I know a yoiing woman whose
divorced parents separated when
she was five years old. She still
remembers the night of the separa.
tion.;-;v-v4:':.r'V:'. v'" ''".
She was awakened by the sound
of her father's shouting. She heard heard-her
her heard-her mother begin fo cry. Gradual.
!y, the snouting neca me a ,mur.
mur and the crying siopnea. men
all at. once the two voices rose
aeain. competing, louder and loud.
er until she put. her head under
the covers to subdue them for
herself.' v. ''t;l-:Y
When she dared listen ig&in,
there was silence. It was broken
by the sound of her father's car,
She hear 'it back down the drive
under her window.
vThen the door of her oom was
flung open. Switching on the light,
her mother cried, "Wake ud! Dad.
dy's .gone!- He doesn't love us
any morel." v
Of this heartbroken appeal tor
strength, the grown child said
coldly. ''Mother had no right to
say that Daddy didn't love me.
He did. He still does. It was Mo.
ther he didn't love. I'll never for.
give her for trying to drag me on
to her spot with her."
I thought, "Children whose home
are dissolving around them must
not be asked for anything.".
The child of a marital soht is
too split himself to tolerate any
null on his. loyalty. If we insist
on claiming him for our side of)
me aauit lug or war, we set up
new problems for ourselves tn re.
sentment we may never be able to
The parent sinking In marital
disaster is in no position, to register
I Ceo Clcnously
ISmootli Skin
i j
1 in m uuyj
tin. .
" you atari using uiticura I
Soap and OintmenU-blackbeada, I
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win ..
yuaytwt ana rasnes arey
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' look soft, clear, radiant
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this. Lost in panic, he 'will grab
at any human contact tn sight to
escape he realization of his alone,
So warning him that it is dan.
gerous to grab at his child is like
telling a drowning man that' the
person beside him cannot swim
either. He's too scared to hear
youand will reach for his .neigh,
bor's thrtfat anyway,,; --s v., 7
V But a friend .cjin register for the
frightetiend parent. '.1 ;J ";
A 'responsible lifesaver slans the
drowlng man whose panic hamo
firs his own rescue. He strikes al
the hysteria, I think it is also
a friend's responsibility to strike

a theN hysteria of parents drown.
m in martial, distress. a
If we love them, it is our duty
to say sternly, 'Leave the child
alone! Here, take my hand' in.
Twn women .drowned 'i Tmnt
Bay (yesterday when 70.rnil-pn
hour'w'T' "usts. unst heir; fish,
fnbo".- Thev wBre lndentif'd a
Mrs, Flnr"nce K"ar"v, 55. of
F.iuna, Ohio, and Mrs. Var?
shew"i!ip, 5,"!. of St Petersnnrs
T.emoine f!..Tant4, t an intp'inr
dpeorMnr from Gulfport, Fla
survived. ."
Uud after every
change, Mexans
prevents heat rash,
chafe and galling,
too. Absorbent
cornstarch bate
cling close, keep
baby fresh,' com
Mwticalfd Muni Skin Cream help heat
painful wnburn. In eintla Unolin unooiM
fed "detergent htndi." v .... mr

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when company comes, unless they
are trained to be courteous when
there is no one around to impress.
; Watch your child's manners day
by day, if you don't want to be
embarrassed by his behavior on
special occasions. , ."

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Soflbl Ghampianship
Filiate Set For Suhclay
At Mount Hope Stadium

! The champion Rainbow City loop Cafe Cool Cool-spot
spot Cool-spot softball team was back in business today after
an easy 10-3 victory over Panama champsBoite W
yesterday at Santa Rita ballpark in the second con contest
test contest of a best-of-three-game series. 4 V' K

Both teams are now tied up it
one win and one loss apiece. The
play-off game to decide the Isjth.
mian championship will be played
text Sunday morning at 10:30 at
Mount Hope Stadium, -y J
Boite W took the series opener
by an 11-5 score last Saturday
night at Mount Hope.
Yesterday f o u r-run rally in
the top half of the first inning got
the Atlantic siders off to a running
start and enabled pitcher Carlos
Joseph to breeze to victory as 'his
club made its debut at a Pacific
tide park.
' Edgar (Big Fats) MeCollin',
three run homer highlighted the
prolific first frame in which v-
en batters faced starting and lea
ing pitcher Rudy Lynch, whe
just did net have it yesterday.
- The bespectacled thrower was
lifted for Eddie Morrell in the
Panama Basketball
Loop Opens June 7
v .Tnn t has been selected by the
'management of the Panama Prov.
iii Riikothall League as open-
ing date.
Probable openers to
year's champion Marlboro quintet,
pitted against runner-up Cerveza
Balboa. All games will be play:
ed at the National Gym, on "A
a imt anrnci frnm Nation.
juov aviwon
al Guard headquarters.
" Panama, tmbeaten champion of
Central America, also enjoy a
high rating in South America as
can be attested by opponents of
the caliber of Mexico Argentina,
and Peru. The players more
than make up for their disavantage
in heieht with extraordinary
snped throueh the entire 40 min
utes of play, thus providing the
spectators with action.packed per
formances and keenly contested
matches. '
Presided over by National
Guard Captl Luis A. Segura, this
vear'a loon is composed of six
clubs: Marlboro, coached by Fifi
Tom. Cerveza Balboa with Felix
Lucianl as its mentor, Cigarrillos
National under the direction, of
Augustus KBmiV; Olives Zachrij,
son' Cigarrillos Panama, the
newly -formed Cigasrilos Kent
, a0reatinn. and Rlcardo Santos'
Incognitos, v
. A number of Canal Zone and U,
S Armri Fftrrpi stars are exnect
ed to see action this season, and
daily practice sessions are being
held from which it is hoped that
the players acquire the necessary
condition by the time the open.
Ing whistle blows.
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third when- he ran into -trouble a

gain after he issued a free pass to
Chevo Ortiz1 and gave -up a triple
to cleanup hitter Joseph, with no
outs. '
Three runs crossed the plate for
Coolspot in that frame to give
them a commanding 7-0 margin.
It looked as though Joseph was
on his way to a shutout triumph
until the fifth when Roy Holness
singled with two out, advanced to
second on a wild pitch and scored
later when Edmundo Lynch smash
ed a solid single to right.
The scoreboard read 7-3 in the
sixth stanza after Bertie Wil Williams
liams Williams walloped a homer en the
first pitch ever the right field
standi!, with Alfredo Farrell, whe
had reached first en shortstop
Chester DeSooia's bobble of a
grouder, on base.
In the upper seventh three sing singles
les singles and three walks helped to pro produce
duce produce three more tallies f or t h e
winners and Joseph retired the
Boitemen in one-two-three order,
for, the fourth time, to end the
game. : ;-b-" .:'!;...v':;;""i;.
Joseph permitted four hits, -Walk
ed one batter and fanned two. Ru
dy Lynch allowed four of, Cool
spot's eight safeties. f?r ;'; ;
JosenhJ With his vriin-nrndncino
three-baeeer and a staple. w th
only batter-to garner more .that
one hit. The versatile! nlaver also
scored three runs. a i
Lou Glud Quintet
Thursday nieht at th 'MarvJri.
ta bym the Lou Glud basketball
team, managed, by AbdieJ- Flynn,1
won uneir opening game of the
year by a 62 to .44 score over the
Junior Varsity of Cristobal High
-The first half was closely con contested
tested contested with the. first Quarter end
ing 13 to 12, and the half ending-
ou w a, wiui j. v. on the Short
end both, times.. The third period
told .the difference, I as -Ronnie
Mead, and Rolando Linares drop dropped
ped dropped in a couple-of quick two-pointers
in the opening minutes.
Bob tJarlin, with 17 points, and
Lem : Kirkland and Al Lombana
with 13 and 10 noints riinipt.ivoiv
led the scoring for the, sporting
goods store,' while' Mead chipped
u niui a, aim ijiiiares naa B.
The next same far rh T on r.h,A
team will be Tuesday jiight at the
Balboa Gym against the Athletic
uud Kams. We want to urge all
you sports fans to come out and
u e Jsames or a; good
uigui ciiusnainmeni.
Showing At Yourl'Semce
Kenter Theatres Tonight
BALBOA 6:15 b i:M
Victor Mature, Anita Ekberg
GATUN , .7:00
Eleanor-Parker, Bill Travis-
MARGARITA 6:15 ft 7:45
PARAlSO 6:15 k 9:10
"Savage Horde" 7:35 only;
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 ft 8:05
CAMP BIERD .4:15 & 9:20
"Meet The Monsters" and

with Maria Monte;


Spanish Program
escuela m :
V Yolanda Varela
with Tin Tan

'with Jeff Chandler

Marlboro .-. . SI- 17
Rambler, HuU Motors '30 18
I. Mascnta .-' i 27 21
Momiirin .Tpwprlv - 25 22
Cerveza (Balboa ;' 24 24
Rodelag ; 20 28
Smoot and Paredes 10,
Volkswagen; ; 15' 33
est Series: A. Taylor 626 i
Best Game: E. Montoya 24
. Rambler Hull Motors
Mercurie Jewtrly K -,
-y .
' Rambler, Hull Motors, was able
to keep the pace and grabbed all
fnnr noints from a disheartened
Mercurio team. Three Ramblers
wenf over the "400'.' mark, while
no ieweler was able to rech. that
mark. ,J
. W all looks as if the stage is set
for the classic that will take Dlaee
next week between the Marlboro
team, now occupaying first plaee
by one game, arid the- challenger
second place .namDier m mm
Mntnrs M. Serna and R. La.
Grange were the one-two punch at
killed the iewelers with series at
499 and 460. Itvwas M. De Ana
and C. Garza the bestjwo-sowe for
the iewelers with 58 and 97 3to
their credit.
Marlboro 3, Volkswagen 1
, h i i-j -.1 V-:-:rrv:.:?:v-.:
Volkswacen took the first ooint
from Marlboro by 16 pins. Marl
boro .managed to squeeze tne sec.
ond ooint by Only one nm. The
third pint,; was no picnic but again
E. Hermann from Argentina -ft;
-v :--y y,..y.irr:y-
came through for the i; Marlboro,
men and the difference gave them
the. third ooint to only one for
Volkswagen for Marlboro Spiros
finished 'with 'iyf 40' series, and' H;
Navedo bowling' steady finishing
right behind with a 24. it was J,
Vasquezi and C. Paoli the best
two tot the Vqlkswagen i: ,; a
i .: ... r. it:. 'ir
La Mascota 4 Cervexa Balboa 0
i t 'i -M.opnta At rpsaininff some
ft the polish that helped them to
be on first place lora iew wee&s,
and it is back on the middle of the
fight for first place. They took all
four points from the Cerveza. Bal
boa making u tnree weens in a
rowthat'tht brewers haven't see
dajlight. M. Kunes rolled? the
first came ac a zua. ana imisneu
w h i creditaDie aitt series, n
Segura supported with 42 for La
Mascota. J.- isaoai was vne vesi
far thebrewers with a 9Z series
while Torres could onjy knpek 48
Rodelag 3 Smoot and Paredes 13
. Rodelag Js one tram that likes
to eet in contention and they had
it their vwaV by t downing Smoot
and Paredes 2 to 1.' (By virtue of
this victory. Rodelag climbed
from seventh place to sixth place
E. Montova sourted Rodelag with
a 425 series while C Diaz helped
with a 71.3 Smoot ana. fareaes
saw their 'best effort turned in by
J. Trevino at 466 while S..- Brabo
helped with 417. lt
WIBC Meetlno.Election of
"' Officer..",
yyl 'V'r'--X. :-'"
On Sunday, May 11, 1 958 at
1:00 p.m. the last meeting of
the 1957-58 bowling season, will
be held at the Diablo Clubhouse.
This promises to ba an import
ant meeting as elction of offic-
ers for the coming year will be
voted upon. All women bowlers
are urged to attend. t
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", -'Also: : '
Snhmrine Command
with Wm. Holden'

CRISTOBAL'S WINNING CAYUCO CREW receives a silver loving cup for first place in the
1958 Cdast-to-Coast cayuco race. Boys of Ship 9 accepting the award from Russell Jones, (far
right) are (left to right): Gerald McGaughey, John Peterson, Bill Fusselman (taking I cup)
and Paul Ebdon.; Capt. William' T. Clute, ship advisor,, is to immediate left of Jones, who is
vice president of the CanaJ Zone Scout Council Presentation of prizes toxk place during a
beef dinner for all crewmen -at American Legion Post No. 1, Fort Amador, immediately fol following
lowing following the finish of the race at Balboa Sunday. (U.S. Army Photo) ;

Bulldogs Choice In Key Game

Against CHS

BFokeh X'egs Twice Change

Fdrtuiieii Of Valenzuela :

NEW YORK (UP)-Broken legs
twice have changed the fortunes
of ;ismael (Milo) Valenzuela, the
Mexican ; with the built in ; deep
freeze who will be on racing's hot
test, seat when he pilots favored
Tim Tarn in Saturday's Preakness.
The first was Jus own, setting
him1 back in 1953 when he ap
peared on the verge of riding
greatness. The second was Bill
Hartack's, which gave- substitute
mho -the. winning mount aboard
Tim Tam in' the ntucky Derby.
That urst fracture. his own.
wound up giving Milo a wife and
tne second. Hartack's. clinched
the 23-year-old Valenzuela'i riding
Like Rough
Life has been rough on Milo.
He was one of 22- children, born
to Mexican, parents at McNarv.
Tex.; and it was a rough haul.
Even sleeping was hazardous.
"At one time" he-recallSi "10
of us slept in one room. You know
hQw you do that?3 You don't worry
about beds. You take part of -a
mattress on the floor. Then if
you're pushed off, you don't fall
far." t
Angel, an older brother, also is
a jockey on racing's big apple.
Happened to .
. , "Eddie 'Dyer
Eddie, pyer spent 28 of his first
50 years in the St. Louis Cardinals
organization,' hitting the jackpot in
1946 by winning the World Series
against the Red Sox in his fresh
man year as a major league man,.
ager. Eddie was a star football
and baseball player at Rice In.
stitute and coached football there
briefly as an assistant before mak.
ing pro baseball his career. He
was named minor league manager
of the year in 1942 and in '46 took
over the parent club. The Cards
that season won a historic pennant
playoff against the Dodgers and
went on to win 4he series. After
a bad season in 1950, Dyer re
signed.- , .
Whatever happened to Eddie
Dyer? Now, 57(i Eddie Is back in
Houston, Tex. a highly successful
business man specializing in insur insurance.
ance. insurance.
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Maureen O'Hara in
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'Monkey On My. Back'
i $1.10 per CARI-
Stranger On Horseback"1




At the age of nine, Milo and;
Angel went to Mexico with their
father to ride bareback quarter.,
horse match races for him. At 10,
M!'o was" riding match races' at
c i h weights for an American in
El Paso. The American took him
to different towns every Sunday,
made bets while a large exercise
boy worked the horse and then, at
the la st minute, boosted Milo's 56
pounds into the saddle and ran for
- cover;, '. i ';.;,; :'' '' ; r' .,
. "Most people didn't get too mad
at i the, switch," Milo chuckles.
"They thought it was funny
most of the time."'u 1
Moves Up
Milo went as far as the fourth
grade in school, rising at 5 a.m.
to.;,-work horses and working
arouna tne Darns in tne' afternoon.
At 11 he was drawing $40 a month
and keep as he started to travel
the Texas; Arizona and Colorado
circuits. (At .17. he moved on to
faster leagues and then ud to Hoi.
lywooa raw.-
There he suffered a comonunri
fracture in a spill and, in the 11
months of idleness which followed,
wooed and won the little Mexican
girl he had met while she worked
in an El Paso five and 10 -cent
store. They now have two children.
blnce then, Milo has v climbed
steadily in the iockev ratines.- In
1956 he rode three major uosets:
Porterhouse over Swans. MiRter
Gus over Nashua. and Nashville
over Bold Ruler.
And he capped it all Saturday
before last "by- winning the Derhv
thanks to. the broken leg Har.
iacK, urn lams regular rider,
suffered a week earlier.
Campy How Ab'e
To Feed Himself,
Talk On Telephone
NEW YORK. May 13 (UP.)-AI
though his progress has been slow,
parially-paralyzed Roy Campanel.
la now is able to feed himself and
engage in telephone conservations
from his hospital bed.
Dr. Howard A. Ru,sk, director ot
the NYU.Bellevue Institute of Phy.
sical Medicine ami Rehabilitation, i
yesterday rtported "no change"
in the partial paralysis that has
gripped the Lbs Angeles Dodgers'
catcher since he suffered a broW
en neck in in auto accident Jan. 28.
' However, Dr. Rusk added, "his
soirits are excellent and he is en
thusiastic about the program that
has been started for ,him."
The bulletin further revealed
tat Camoanella is able to feed
himself with the aid of a ''special
rtpviee.". Another device, similar
to an office intercom system, has
been installed near his bed and en
ables Rov to conduct telenhone
versations vwith, his family. He
still is permitted no visitors other
than his wife, Ruthe.
-'Campanella alrtady has been
fitted for a neck brace and as
soon as this' is completed he will
start to get up on a tut tobie," ur;
Rusk stated. "This will take an
other week or 10 days."
An Institute spokesman describ
ed the tilt table as a step toward
training Campanella to "stand
with "briees.-The' baseball star
will be strapped to -the table,
which then will be tilted to place
him in a position similar to stand


Balboa High
Cristobal High
Junipr College
W L Pet
4 ,1 ,800
3 1 .750
10 5 .000
Tonight's Game "(Margarita Gym)
BaiDoa High ,vs Cristobal High
Canal Zone Basketball activitv
shifts to the Atlantic: Side tonight
with thci pace-setting Balboa Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs ? traveling to the Margarita
gym to meet Cristobal High in the
game that! should decide who will
be ; Interschool Basketball title
holders for 1958. t
Balboa has completed their
schedule tfgawst Junior College
with a clean sweep of three tains
and after tonight's clash with the
Tigers the 'only other scheduled
game remainmg will ".be the Cris
tobal-Jumor' College 'game listed
for Friday night! Junior Cbllege's
previous 'performances added to
the fact that Don Alexander, might
nut ue avaiiaDie aue to ms injur
ed ankle, practically voids anv im
portance to that' game other than
jor tne purpose of completing the
schedule. ; -
The Bulldogs from Balboa: have
been tabbed favorites to take Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal into camp tonieht and claim
the. crown for B.H.S.' These quin
tets have an even split on their
first two encounters, Cristobal win
ning tne first by a narrow 63 to 60
margin and the Bolldogs : going
an extra aurter on 'their home
groundS to down the Tigers 58 to
The Bu'llddes have two
oi tneir playersi among the lead leading
ing leading scorers in the' loop. Roy Cul
Dreth' with a total of 90 points,
ranks second only to J.C's Don
Alexander who paces the,, loop
with 95. Raul Barbara has account
ed for 71 of the Bulldoe points and
ranks, high among the league's
leading .point 1 manufacturers. On
the Tiger side of the" fence, their
leading scorer is' Bill Gibson who
has netted a total of 64 points in
4 games. .After. Gibson Eddie Pa Pa-bon's
bon's Pa-bon's 39 is the best that the Tigers
can produce.
From the free throw line 4 too,
the Bulldogs have a slight edge.
their season average against
School compe'tition is .509, while
the Tigers, long famous for eood
foul r shooting, have 'been laboring
uncier a .4.i average.
- Balba High has shown consid
erable improvement- in their past
pair of games attributed mostly to
the improved playing of Pio Del Del-gado.
gado. Del-gado. Delgado saw little action; for
the first part of the season, but
his Jast two efforts have produced
a total ot su points lor .the Bull
aoss. s" 'i p 1
Cristobal even balance of scor
ing and the fact that thev are nlav
ing on me oome court should work
in their favor and somewhat off
set the other advantages that lists
Balboa as favorites to coo the de
cision. jueorge lurKiana is a sharp,
shooter that has dropped in a to
tal of 35 points for the Tigers and
John Boseman's 32 points on the
season does not tell the true story
of his value to the Cristobal quin quintet.
tet. quintet. v
'. Game time tonight has been set
for 7 o'clock. A preliminary game
of the Jr. Varsity, squads trom
Cristobal and Balboa will open ac activities
tivities activities at 6 o'clock. .
Atlantic Little
League Holds
Final Meeting
. The Atlantic Little League will
hold its final meeting of the 1958
season tomorrow ; evening at 7:0
at the Margarita Service Center.
Election of officers for the 1935P
season will be the highlight of the
meeting.-All -of those- interested .in
little league baseball,- and partic particularly
ularly particularly the parents of next year's
little leaguers, are urged to' at.


Jusn Ftinnio

Eight-Cylinder- ?Movi

In Memorial
(UP)-, Hot speeds at the Indna Indna-polis
polis Indna-polis speedway today took a back
seat to i indications that world
champion race driver Juan Fan-
gio would switch from his assign
ed mount into the glamour, car ox
racing, ':-'"-' .;-'.-
The Argentine Grand Prix driv
er took a half dozen laps in one of
the twin Novis owned by Lew
Welch of Burbank,: Calif., and said
ne liked the ride.
rangio was assigned to drive a
car for George Walthtr Jr.. of
Dayton, Ohio,' in the 500-mile race
Memorial Doy. The road race kinc
had been running the Walther car
in practice runs trying to find his
groove" in the track.. Fangio
spun in the- car Sunday but the
car" was undamaged and he went
out in it again Monday.
But later in tha day he climb climbed
ed climbed into the cockpit of the super.'
charged gray Novi, a twin cif a
blu ear which will be driven by
."JOO" veteran Paul RoTsso, Web.
"r Groves, Mo.'
The twin Novis represent two-
uiirus or me eignt-cvander rears
entered m the race this vear, Thev
arrived at th-track 'Saturday W
m tie their first runs oh the 2
mil oval today. - i
"It 'ooks very, much like Fan.
o I J be In the Car.",, said Jean
Marcenae, chief : mechanic of the
Novi teem. Marcenae said Fawtfn
would drive cthe winning roadter
tomorrow. ,
nui; weien and wanner w ere
mor cirf'nus. -Walther r sid he
wyi"nn r ; Know until sometime to.
'n" inere we stand." He J -said
III Ot Hie' Persons, involved tomiM
, l. ana decide what. Fangio
will do.
. would he foolish not to take
pother car If it. would be more to
Msv l'km.". ,s!id Walther. "Wc
eie jn tup unuei states, want the
WMther s-id he had no real con.
raci wixn u-n,j0 but onlyn "tren.
a aiccuitm rjana "we
Gold Coast Win? -hnt AuraA
threatenina skies to hnlit th.u
Cristobal Gun Club reeular i-an
yveanesaay session on May 7 'and
were rewarded for their tenferity
ymimmal Precipitation, and
welj-behaved targets, ; producing
several prettv scores, R. C. Casa
nova perfdetins a 16.yard Trap"
round, and .Bill IBrandl heading
the 20-yard heap with a 24. ;
Amongst the Skeeters. Frank
Chollar, straightened out a fair
string, but In trying to stretch his
luck to 50 straight, ."under s led
and missed his 35th tareet. Top
ft.ueter and Aft Sutton broke 38,
and 37 resnectivelv. with thrfr lit.
tie 410'. Wiltz Schexnavder scor
ed on 22 of his single round.
In a compound fracture, ia
whivh tiia bone protrude
through the skin, support by
' grasping the Injured limb Arm
ly, one hand above the bono
end, ' the other below, to
. prevent movement of the In
jnred arm or let; until a splint
can be applied. This advice
should be followed for all
: fracture of the lone; bones,
v-. lA

r t j- p fs i



Day ;5C3'
want him to get the best possible
car that he can get."- .-
-.The Novis generally are acknow;
ledged to be the fastest cars at the
speedway on the straightaway.
Welch said he had made no agree., j
ment with Fantfin huf- inriinota,! T
- " CI " -..u.u I. M
the fivetime world champion, who
has made- a fortune in 1 racing,
could have a ride in the car if he
wanted it. c.
Fangio was impressed with the
speed of the' car and en his first

lap averaged 10 mile per hour
bunding up the speed to 13S.1 be. ;
fore pulling into the pits. S
Meanwhile, rookie Rex Easton, j j-24,
24, j-24, Springfield, 111,, spun out in the
southwest turn 'during-a practice
run.i But the car did not hit tha i
Wall and neither it nor Easton were
injured. He was driving laDg at a-
bout 131 miles per hour when he
slid into the car owned by- Joha
Pusilo, Wyandotte, Mich.
; Ed EUsian, Oakland, Calif., -driving
for the John Zisk team of '
Tulsa; Okla.,rned in the hottest
lap,of the day when he hit $1.5 8
miles 'per hour. Pat O'Connor.
North Vernon, Ind., beat the 144

marK and national chamnion Jim-
my luryan, Phoenix,- .Am., and

Bob Weith. also of Oakland turn.

ed in laps of more than 143 milesc 1
per hour., ... ,,-,

. jacK tnsley of Indianapolis was
approved to run in tbe race after., y
the second run of his 130 mile per v.;.
hour, phase of his driver's test.;

Penoer Makes Most

Of Sfartinp Cfence Cfence-And
And Cfence-And Wins For M'ami

NEW YORK, Ma.y 13 (UP) A
Laurin (Pepper of the Columbus :
Jets, given a chance to start a-"1
game after a couple"" of failures, .."R
made the most 6f the opportunity
last night. '' '-i-V st.'c
;The husky right h'ander, who i"4 i"4-missed,
missed, i"4-missed, out on a couple of trials J
with the parent Pittsburgh'iPiraCri
es, spun a neat three-hitter as the
Jets gained a 6-1 victory over the
Havana Sugar Kings. -The win
was Pepper's first of the, season : :
and the Jets' seventh in- their V1
laft eight games. ':...' r
Emil Panko,' another youngster ;"
tht Pirates regard highly, suonlj. txt
ed .most of the Columbus, soek

when he boomed a three-run hom, "'
er in the fourth hlninrto break liiJ?-

a 1-1 tie. IBorregos Alvarez -ae--
counted for Havana's lone, rm
with a homer in the opening in.
ninu. r , i f j
Elsewhere in the International
Leaffue,. the Toronto, Maple Leafs
scored an easv. 10.2 wi ov .e;
"rst-piace Montreal Royal

Don Johnson and Bobbv Tiefec-niv
auer combined on a our-hitter; ('.
Buffalo racked A trio of nitehepj titt
for a 17.2 victory over the Rnchest.

er Bed Winps. anJ th'.Rir'i'nnnd
Virginians routed the Miami Marl,
ins, 13-2. i
An accident victim should
' not be moved until he can be
examined. -There Is only one
exception to this rule. That Is
t when the injured person- is en endangered
dangered endangered by a burning auto
mobile or oncoming traffic
Then, grasp him by the ankles
and puil him In a; straight line
a the "ghost figure in this'
ketch is doing.'
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NEW YORK; May 13 (UP)-Wil-




SHORT STORY--It may be spring, but there is still skiing
in Jit, .Sunapee State Park, Newbury, N. H., Cindy King, Amy
Godfrey and Richard Kulp, left to right, get 1 Us taking;
to the slopes and enjoying balmy yet invigorating weather.


' v. rty J ;

It wasn't just thr' similarity x)f
v names. At times the medium was

almost indistiguisname ana w
... not easy.tottll by performance
whether this was Joe Brown, the
priz fighter,- or Joe E. Brown,
the comic. ... A
" For year the Louisiana produat

naa a run w -wvv.., v.---.
ency, winning and losing, twice fi figuring
guring figuring in affairs so ..hilariously
' transparent they went In the aok

as no contests, a ncn

poorly handleo, purposely mis 'origin is not parti
handed. 'ri? lUi Crt-: !rt!s, fight -peop
j On Aue.'2.v'5, he got a short they'll tune it in,W

at the lightweight championship,
khii it abandoned his slapstick am

' bitions.i.much to the relief of Joe
E., we should. tmagineN.and vturn
K id to straight drama, a more re,
' warding field for' unfettered vemo
tions, as well as fists.
Against Rlaph Dupas In Houston
Mi ether night Brown was some

" thine to lee. A real cratsmanJ

so divertingly different from the
ndlesa run of TV mediocrity you

- had t& folievf he was the. best

you seen slnce...weu, since nen
ry Armstrong's day, at least.
A sharp, shattering puncher, tin
" pregnable on defense, cunning at
; creating openings and alert to take
advantage of them, Brown has
plainly mastered his trade. For
this perhaps he can thank his long
( apprenticeship however .mottled
and circuitous. - (
"True, Dupas didn't represent a
titanic 1 challenge... for one thing
he, looked took much like the post
' Archie, Moore-Bobo Olson .T.but the
1 way Brown set him up the swift
obliteration in spite ofva bumbling,
confused teferee had .theunmia .theunmia-'
' .theunmia-' 4akable mark.of the old pro.
No Title Boots
' vln other-times Brown, off this
showing and his unbeaten record
ai ehamDion.nlus his appeal as

' a puncher, .would be deemed to

- nave' ouaiuiea iui ins ui "ucinv
. in th big iown-ian important figHt
by existing standards.
But we get few important fights
these days. In a sense anv cham
; piortship is an Important fight. In
' recent months four .fights involving

' titles were held miles from 1 the

' glitter, and glamour -of Broadway.
' Another is eominif liip.- Martiher

and Akins for : the welterweight

crown. St; Xonis get JL

Some we iwere lucky, tosimiss;

The v PattersonK-demacher ab

surdity, for one. Still, there's no

blinking the fact a New York set
ting is no longer, considered indis

pensable to the successful promo

tion pi a cnampionsmp. iv money

is a major reason. :

TBrown and Dupas split $30,00&

from air sponsors in Houston, l hey
would have got no more here, lu
a national market., the? point of

origin is not particularly vital. If

want to watcn

Whether it comes

from Madison Square Garden' or

Chicken Coop 1 Coliseum: in Buggy

Whip,, Kans.

, Promoters and. managers are

now riickine their soots with

sharpen eye to local trade. Cer
tain circumstances made Houston
uniquely desireable. Brown has be

come a local resident and this was

to be the city's first world cham

pionshio. The gate hit a state re
cordr $68,740. The fight wouldn't

have none half that much here

Earlier in the week Rory Cal

noun a New Yorker, and Joey
Giardello no stranger, drew more
Ijhan 10,000 customers who waid
anproximately $70,000 in San Fran

Cisco's COw Palace. They wouldn't

have ; drawn '.anything like that
here; either.. Anyone for check

ers? , .

( i .And No Blackouts "1

Anotner reason whv there is a

lessening enthusiasm for New York

with regard to important fights...

an academic matter at the mo.

ment because you can't name two

is tnat the snonsors refuse to stand

still for a blackout;

t If the fight originates In Chica
so, Philadelphia, Cleveland, name
the' citv. the home screens msv

be darkened, but not fa the great

er metropolis where within a 40

mile radius nearly 40 percent of

the nation s sets are to be found.

This tnits it up to the promoter,.

more directly to the manager....

whether to gamble on a big gate

witnout the TV money, or eo else

where and hope -the combined re

turn will be more profitable.

Another possible reason, though
having nothing to do with TV oug
gests itself... maybe Gus H. Fan

just doesn't care anymore.


i ..." i';'" '':

.Now for the arm stroke, ca tied the hnman stroke. Have
Johnny keep h arm under water and reach forward, lint with
n arm Mid then the other, a If he were r raw line. Aa the right
arm. go forward, the left hand should come back, and toach the
lwer part of the cheek Combine the arm A leg movements and
keep the" fa In the water at this time, s
(Mat No. 3) 1

("Teaching Johnny To Swim," a do-it-yourself manual
for parents, is .now available at vour Red Cross Centers,
Libraries and swimming pools in the Canal Zonfh
(Parents who prefer to have their children taught in
group classes should register them with the Summer lit lit-rea(ional
rea(ional lit-rea(ional Trogram in their community. Trained Red Cross
Instructors will be sit all pools.) v


go out of life. That's when rou
need mild gentle Carter's Little
Liver Pills. These famous vege-;

If life'i not worth living
it may be your liver!

It's a fact! It takes up to two pints ; table pills help stimulate the flo

of liver bile day to keep your of liver bile. Soon your digestion
digestive tractin topatmpe If your starts functioning properly and
liver bile is Bot flowing Creely your you fee that happy days are here
food may not digest ... gag bloats again J. Don't ever, stay SunkT
up your stomach . you feel con- Always keep Carter's Little Liyer
stipatedanriallthefunandapnrkle Pills on hand. Ask your druggist.

lie (Say-Hey) Mays had the dis disorganized
organized disorganized Dodgers saying 'uncle'
today from deep down, in the Na National
tional National League cellar.

Mays put em there last night

with .a spectacular slugging show

that included two home runs one

with the bases full in a rollick

ing 12-3 victory by the San Fran

crsco Giants which lifted them

with in a half game of first place.
One thing about Wilihe. he

doesn't need any "short porch"

to help him out whether tie's tee teeing
ing teeing off at the Polo Grounds or in
the Coliseum as he was last

Both of his homers were the

McCoy and there would be no
doubt about either of them in 'Los
Angeles, New York or Oshknosh.

His first wallop came off Don
Drysdale, who suffered his sixth
loss, in the third inning with the
bases empty and it traveled 350
feet. ; V- ::.,

Hit. second homer and sixth
of the season came "with the
bases loaded In the fifth off Ed
Roebuck. That one wound up
about 340 feet from home plate.
In all, May collected three hits
to boost his batting average te
.398, second best in the league.
Daryl Spencer also chinned in

with a pair of Jiomers in the

Giants' 17-hit attack as Ruben

Gomez coasted to his third vie.
tory with a six hit performance
that included 10 strikeouts.

The Cardinals finally climbed

out of the cellar with a 6-4 victory
over the slumping Cubs but an

even more important development

was Stan (The, Man) Musial col
lecting the 2,99th hit of his care
er. ..-,(.... k v ...s ;:.-(

The Cards scored their fifth win

iff a row yesterday by coming up
with four runs in the fifth inning.

Johnny Goryl's error allowed two

runs to score and Irv loren and

ai Darn each singled home a run.
That four-run cluster gave St.

Louis a two-run lead which Phil

Pain and Larry Jackson protect

ed 4he rest of the way. Ernie

Banks hit his seventh homer off

starter Fran k Barnes" but it

Iwasnt enough to keep the Cubs

from suffering their- sixth straight

seiDacx.-' .-., ;
, Milwaukee, Cincinnati, Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia and Pittsburgh were not
scheduled. ;: ; ;; ; ,v. J
Everyone keeps 7, wondering
how long Washington can stay
up in the American League and
the Senators shewed n, (jgn of
relinquishing second place as
hey came from behind ; to
defeat the Boston Rati Sav. 1-J

: Power faiure at Griffith Stadium
delayed the start of the vim in

hour and a half but once, got the
lights turned on outfielder Neil

cnnsiey supplied the power with
a two-run homer off loser Murray
Wall in the seventh for Washing Washington's
ton's Washington's margin of victory.
Red Sox center fielder Jim Pier Pier-sall
sall Pier-sall made a heroic trv for Chri.

ley'j homer, leaping almost over

wesnon center neia.wail and get getting
ting getting his glove on the ball.. The lm.
pact, however, knocked the ball in into
to into the bleachers and with it went
Boston's fourth straight loss.
Submarine-ball pitcher Dick
Hyde, who relieved starter Hal
Griges. scattered five hits

the last 5-1-3 innings to gain his

iiiuu suaigm victory, ueiore ne ne-parting,
parting, ne-parting, Griggs was tagged for
Jackie Jensen's fifth homer ,of
the season.'
! Woody Held' 11th inning hom
er enabled the Kansas City Athlec Athlec-ics
ics Athlec-ics to end a six-game losing
streak with a 2-1 win over the
last-place Chicago White Sox.
Held socked his homer off Ger Gerry
ry Gerry Staley, who served up only two
pitches after relieving starter Ray
Moore in the 1th. - v
Little Mur y Dickson, Kanus
City's third pitcher, used his
knuckltr liberally in holding the
White Sox hitless ever the list
four Innings to register his sec second
ond second victory. fi?
' The loss was doubly costly to
the White sox in that second base baseman
man baseman Nellie Fox was forced to
leave, the game in the .fourth ta taring
ring taring after being spiked on the
right leg and left hand by Bob
Cerv. Fox, however, said he'll be
back in the lineup tonight
; No 1 other games were scheduled
in the American League. .
Julius Cords Vins ;

Julius (Boros of Mid Pines, N.C.,

me z,bw top prize money he won
in the Arlington Open golf tourna tournament
ment tournament Sunday was "rather gratify.
nC' although it was the smallest
he's ever taken.
, That was because Boros hadn't
won a tournament since the 1955
He finished with a 15-under-par
total of 273 to win the $20,000
tournament bv a stroke over Cary
M'rfrtlecoff ; n Memphis, Tenn.
Boros sagged on the last round,
tak'ng a fioeev o" No. in nda
double bogey on No. 13. Mt his

curse record-eoualiin? 64 in the

secord round Saturday and an
mentn round R carried him
through with his 68 and 71 Rundaf
Do" .Tannarv of Enstlnd, Tex.
"nd Bob P.oshurg of PMo Alto.
rvt., -ish1 bhfnd 'MdlecoF
Sth m; January w h i n 0 e d
"roii'tl-tH-nntHw(j Tonnds-with
"7s to miff himself up from far
Ted Kroll of Sarasota, Fla.. Be


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Rich asv



Kent Cigarettes
Tivoli Travel Agents
Zenith Radio
Scott- Atwater

Duran-Blue Star
Balboa Beer
Peosi Cola-Martini

Leading averages Burgoon 185,
Dube 177 Sullivan 168. t
' Kent 4 Dunlop-rllllman

Kent Cigarette ran their streak
to 8 in a row and remained the
only team without a blemish on1
its record. This week their victims
were the Dunlop-Hillman quintet.
Joe Sullivan 534, Bill Coffey ,533
and Saylers 500 all punced on the

Autq and Tire, boys and ditched
them However it was one of the
D and H keglers that ran away
with high scoring honors, when
Ed Knnkel powered his ball for a
582 set.

W L I bowler of the week was Ray Walk

0 er.out in front with 476.
2 ..

Zenith Radios 1 Balboa seer 1

Sports Brieis

Saturday m

DARLINGTON, ''S. C. ; Curts

Turner of Roanoke, Va won the

second annual 'Rebel 300 late

model auiO race with a record
average speed of 109.0624 mph.


W L- Pet.

San Francisce


Cineinnsti '"

St. Louis ..."
Los Angeles

; v :-v t i-t;.i.

1$ t
14 9
13 13
1 14

431 431-440
440 431-440 r V4
.425 1
.500 4
.450 5
.37$ 7 7-,344
,344 7-,344 7
.340 Vt


W L Pet

Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N).
St.. Louis at Chicago.
San Francisco at Los Angeles.

St. Louis 000 240 0006 10 0

Chicago 102 100 000 4 T 4

bt. Louis: Barness. Mabe.. Paine

(2-0, Jackson and H.. Smith.

Chicago Hobble (2-31. Freeman.

Nichols and S. Taylor,
(Night Game)"!

San Francisco 12, Los Angeles 3.
Only games scheduled.


(Based en S official at bats)

National League GA1RH Pet

Musial,' St. Louis 22 87 15 42 .483

Mays, San Fco,- 25
Hoak, Cincin. 20

Hamner, Phila, 24

Clemente, Pitts. 23
Temple, Cicin. v 20

Soencer, San Fco. 25
Crowe; Cincin. 15

New York
Kansas City'
"sen ;



13 s m 1
11 9 J91 2

11 .550

131 12 .500
9 10 .474
11 13 .43$
10 15 .400
7 13 .350


5 f

Chicago at Kansas City (N).'
Cleveland at Detroit (N)..
Boston at Washington (N).
Baltimore at New York (N).

98 22 39 .398
81 11 29 .358

95 1 33 .347 National League

93 12 32 .344 Thomas, Pirates

73 13 25 .342 Spencer, -Giants'

97 17 33 .340 cepeda, Giants
50 4 IT .340 n.ank.1. Cuhi

Thomas, Pitts. ,. 24 100 21 33 .3301 Mays, Giants

vepeaa, aan r CO, 25 85 24 31 .326

(Night Game)
Boston 000 300 001-4 ll 1
Washington 101 001 20x 5 9 0
Sullivan, Wall (1-2), Schroll and
Berberet, White.
Griggs, Hyde (3-0) and Court Courtney.
ney. Courtney. I

(Night Game)

Chicago 010 000 OpO 00-1 7 0
K. Ciiv 000 000 010 01-? 8 0 1
.Moore," Saley (-2V and Lollar.'
Kel'ner. Trucks, Dick son (2-1)
and Chiti, Rouse, c ; -.
1 Only games scheduled.' :

Boone, Tigers
Brown, Indians
Triandon. Orio'es
Lollar, White Sox


American League

McDougald, N.Y. 16 62 12 2 5 .403

- With Humberto De Luca tossing
a 532 and Joe Burgoon a 502, the

Zenith Radios found the reception

very satisfactory versus the tfal

boa Beer Suds. Only in the last
came did the Balboa rollout the

uharrot. nf wmnintf l. strikes find

r.i.!... w ,........,9 ,v

spares. The winning zemin ma

run into some static in the second
game but managed to get through
on top with 18 pin advantage.
In the Balboa Bottlers the high

potency was provided by Ray

Dubes 497. 1
Scott-Atwater 4
Pepsi Cola-Martini 0

The Pepsi-Cola and Martini Ver
mouth mixture tasted so well
that -the Putt-putt boys of Scott-

Atwaer downed hem au tour

poins. Two of the Scott Atwater

Tivoli Travel 4 Duran Coffee Motors ; had their throttle au the

and Blue Star 0. r 'f way when jonnny uieDer Drougni

The Tivoli Travel Agents had m ana uuicn iane iauaeaa

easv sailintr aeainst the -Coffeei536.

. . t. ; j'li ; 1. 1 . .k da of Duran and 1 repe wamian sun unaDie 10

Blue Star. The nearest the latter
came to winning was in the first
game-which Tivoli took by 31

maples. After that it was not close.

Jack Voss paced the Travelers
with 490 and the Duran-Blue Star

solve the Balboa Lanes, still was

high for the Pepsi-Martini com

bine with 494. Only in the last

game did the Pepsis make it inter

esting for Scott 'Atwater who won

out bv 13 Dins. -


Red Weightlifters Put Stamp
Of Veto on 2 American Sports

t CHICAGO (UP)-:Seven Russian
weightlifters have placed the So Soviet
viet Soviet stamp of a veto pn two great
American sports., , ;
The seven musclemen, members
of a state-sDonsored team appear

ing in the United States for the

first time, marcned solemnly out
of Sunday's Chicago White Sox Sox-Cleveland
Cleveland Sox-Cleveland Indians baseball game
after the second inning.
Earlier, after viewing" a profes.
sional wrestling match Saturday
night, they called it "savage" and
asked, "Is this a sporty" '' -'
"One wanted to know where the
American cultural -director was,"
said a U.S. State Department in interpreter
terpreter interpreter who was travelling with

the .group. "He said the' Russian

director never would have allowed
that kind of wrestling." ;

Their first professional baseball

game appeared most confusing for
the seven strongmen, despite ani.
mated attempts at explanation by
the translator and a travelling cor correspondent
respondent correspondent for: the Soviet news
agency, Tass.
"There just aren,'t any words in
Russian for 'hit,' 'out,' or
'strike,' said the translator in
despair. (-
. The Russian team will tangle
with American weightlifters to tonight
night tonight in Chicago's International
Amphitheatre, in Detroit's Mason Masonic
ic Masonic Templeo n May 15, and New
York's Madison Square Garden on
May 17.
"These matches have been go going
ing going on since 1946,'' said the inter,
preter. "The teams are the'bes'
of friends how."
The Russian weightlifters have

Skowron. N.Y.

Vernon. Cleve.
Fox, Chicago
Kiienn. Detroit

Cerv..Knsas C.

Nixon, Cleveland
f.ollar. Chicatro
Runnels, Bost.

Martin, Detroit
Robinson, Balti.

JAMAICA, N.Y.-f Oh Johnny
took the $59,000 Grey Lag Handi Handicap,
cap, Handicap, .Admiral Vee, a 45-1 shot,

finished second, and Promised

Land was third

18 67 9 2 5 .373
19 51 10 19 .7
20 82 8 30 .366

24 95 15 33 .347
20 73 23 25 .342

16 53 6 18 ,340

18 57 8 19 .333

24,94 10 30 ,319
1 17 72 7 23 t.319
20 69 7 22 .319

split eight previous matches with

the American team overseas.

(According to a Radio Moscow
broadcast monitored Sunday in
Pittsburgh, "the Soviet team and
its coaches, are confident, of vic victory.")
tory.") victory.") '
The U.S. team includes bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight vChuck Vinci of York, Pav;
featherweight Isaac Berger of
Brooklyn; lightweight sJoe Pitman
of Vero Beach, Fla.; middleweight
Tommy Kono-of Honolulu; light,
heavyweight Jim Gerge of Akron,
Ohio; middle-heavyweight Dave
Shenoard of York, Pa.; heavy,
weight Jim Bradford of Washing
ton, D.C.

PRINCETON. N.J.' '-' Yale's

crew won the Carnegie Cup in a

record ,j,time of 8:35.8, beating

tornell by three-quarters of a


', Sunday f vt

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. -NJuu'us

Boros of; Mid Pines. N.C 'cap.
tured the $20,000 Hot Sprin-s
Open golf tournament with a 72.
hole total of 273..

ROME Maria Esther Pueno
of Brazil unset Britain's No. 1
wom?n player, Shirley flloomer,
In the Rom?, tnnis champion championships,
ships, championships, 1-8, 9-7, 8.6.

PALERMO, Sicily Luigi Musso
of Italy snd Oliver Gendebien of
Belgium drove a Ferrari 3,000 to
victory in the 60-mile Targa Fl-
rid road- race. -''fe-f : :.."! .:.

.v MOUNT VER5NON, Ohic Rich
ard Doyen and Clay Ttibbs of Mil.
woukre were declared the over,
all winners of tht Ohio 24 Sports
Car Rally. i
LAWTON, Okla. Pev Hanson
o Indio, Calif., won the La wton
Women's Open golf tournament

with a 5. -hole total of 212. ,,


National League
Walls, Cubs

Jhomas, Pirates
Sauer, Giants t

Cepeda,. Giant?.
Mathews. Braves
Banks. Cubs

American League
Cerv, Athletics ;
Jensen, Red Sox
Skowron, Yanks

''..ft.' -v

American League

Cerv, Athletics s

skowron. Yanks-
Jensen, Red Sox
Carrasquel. Indians
Bertoia. Tiws i r
F. Bollin?. TVers
Malzone, Red Sox:

National League
SDahn, Braves '.
Elston, Cubs
McCormick. Giants
Paine. Cards

(10 tied with 1-0,

5 0
1 n
2 TJ
2 0


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1 IMA'


American League
Harsman. Orioles,."" 5. 0 1.W0.
Turley, Yanki ? 4 0 1.000
Hyde, Senators 3 0' 1.000
Shantz. Yanks 3 0 1.000

10 Larsen, Yanks 3-0 1.000

Clevenrer. Senators 2 0 1,000

4 Byerly, Senators I 9 1.000

Wininger of Odessa, Tex., and
Gay Brewer of Cincinnati iiaishcd
ith ,278s. ,.

Work Starts On
Olympic Village
For 1SS0 Games
7 UP14 Village, d 5-12 429a
ROME (UP)-Work starts today
on construction nf a model Olym Olympic
pic Olympic village for the 7,900 athletes
scheduled to compete in the 1960
Rome games.
The 5.000,000.000 lire ($8,000,000)
building project a poroved by the
Citv of Rome earlier this year
barelyln time for completion in
1960 was officially inaugurated
by Public Works Minister Giusep.
pe Togni Sunday. t"
The 74acre site, ideallv located
a short distance from the main
Olympic Stadium and from the
Acoua Acetosa i triinin prounds,
is a strip of land adjoining the

exclusive Pano'i district and until
now was inhabited by 482 poor

families living in huts.

The Pacific Steam navigation Company
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (20,225 Tons) ;
S.S. "POTOSI" ; .... ....i.Myl9
M.V. "SARMIENTO" . t .... . ... , ..May 22
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S.S. "POTARO" ; May 13.
S.S. "DONGEDYK" . . , May 13
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Any year mska and medal.. Tl
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T.I 2-4222 2-4224.
FOR SALE. Cadillic 1951 four
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throughout. Telephone 3-1 535
from' 10:06 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
FOR SALI: Ford 1958 Fair.
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FOR SALE: 1954 Ford. Excel-
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1954 .Chevrolet coupler Excel-
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,1953 Morris-Minor 4 door. Very ;
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FOR SALE: 1951 Ford 4 door
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1954 model. Radio and heater,
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blue body, black top. Excellent
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Custom, bard top, wsw, radio,
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bal. Cristobal. Britain Supports
Ike's 12-Nation
Parley Proposal
LONDON (UP) i Britain vester
day announced its support for
i President, Eisenhower's proposal
for a 12-nation Conference to en.
sure use of the Antarctic eonti.
nent for peaceful purposes.'
Foreign Secretary Selwyn
Lloyd told the House of. Com.
mons that 'Australia and New
Zealand, the other nations in the
JSritish Commonwealth interested
n the Antarctic,, also supported
the idea advanced by the Presi Presi-dent
dent Presi-dent earlier this month. -:
Llovd said the conference.
"which would include he tSovie
Union,, should determine the meth method
od method of achieving freedom of scien
tific: exploration and the) ; non
militarization of the area.


Auto Row No. 27-29
TeL 2-4624


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Theatre. Apply; Madura, Moses
& Rimmington. N Ttlephon 3-
0053., a.
Panama Will Send
Beauly To Miami
For Americas Fete
Beauties f of 25 .. participating
North and South American coun.
tries on areas inc'uding Panama
will parade before judges in' one
of the top events of the "festival
of the Americas"- program which
will take place from June 11 to the
2V in Miami. '.
Other features will include sport.
ing events, cultural .activities and
a trade expositiom' ."' v.
t The exposition will give- an ine i
countries an opportunity to pro. j
mntp trade and Industry. All will I
emphasize Miami's close ties with I
, tm ll A ... ;
central ana souui American cuuu.
tries.- 1
Ft Panama Hilton will be one
nf tha cnnnisnrs nf the ffirth-COminU
event. A beauty contest will be
held a,t the hotel later this monih,
to select Panama's representative
at th Festival, of the Americas
to compete for the Queen of the
Ownintr tn traditional Latin mo.
desty, and local 'c B s t o m s, the
young ladies wno lane pan in mis
contest wiu not, appear in gaming
suits. v ( t
Th rnntpst will flake,-the form
of two,, fashion shows, 'modelling
dresses ; from Felix- B. Maduro.
Polleras will fee worn at the final
dance.' They lucky "Senorita" will
then fly to Miami; via Panama
( APA for a two week
stay with all expenses paid. She
will also oe given a complete waru
rnh and make un kit of Lancome.
Hairdo's will be by Tony's. i .
Home Comfort
Given Priority
Over Golf Tee
, TRENTON, N.J. (UP-"ReVi.
dential comfort and convenience"
have priority' over a golf tee, the
appellate division of Su erior
Court held today.
The court upheld a ruling which
enjoined the Ramsay Golf and
Country Club from using the
third tee, located 50 feet from the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Sans, of 50 Eton Court, Ramsey
r: The appeals court noted that
the : golfers demanded "absolute
silence and immobility of every,
thing in sight" at the tee. The
court also said that on one occa.
sion, a golfer had clubbed the
Sans dog to get silence. :
The appellate division ; then
ruled that the golf club was
"reasonably bound" to construct
its course with regard to "the
minima of residential comfort
and, convenience" of adjoining
Property f owners. It added that
he location of the third tee failed
to "meet this obligation," ''


Fa'rtorr List
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12th St. and Amador
- Guerrero Ave.
Tel. 1087-L
St. East Tel. 2-1444

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the Bella Vwta Toeetie. CrttONt Central A vane 12,145 TeL 4S1

SHRAPhTEL'S furnithed homes,
on beach. Phone Thompton,
Balboa 1772.
Baldwin's furnithed apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balbo' 3681.
FOSTER'S CoHaset and Large
.Beach House. One mil past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceantid t Cottages
Santa Clara R. do P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT Beautifully fur- i
. nithed housekeeping room, dou dou-'
' dou-' ble couch, relngsrator', kitchen
cabinet with attached stove,
bath, and entrance Independent.
. No. 3, 52nd Street. Phone 3-
0638. '-
FOR RENT: House, study, 2
bedrooms, dining room, in front'
of President Remon Racetrack.
Phone 2-5508.' ,'
S mint, from the heart (6f f
': San Jose, Costa Rica
Complttely modern conveniences Irr
. Suites and Bungalows, all with
private bath.; Hot and cold water.
. Price; $6 nd $8 daily,
i ) with meals.
; Cosmopolitan kitchen
, r Horse1 ridinf
.- For 1 reservations P, O.
) Box 4459 i
Manager: Bill" aht jEIeeor. Jaspers
' Transistor
Temperatul-e 1 of; th ur
, ONLY $32.50 i
International Jewelry
' '" 155 .Central Ave,
. Phone 2-2316
. call n
'' General" Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
- Tel. Panama 2-0552
SS, canon
' Model V
With FL2 Lens
Panami N. York Col6n
What'k Your TV Problem?
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Special Hall Price on trampoiU trampoiU-b
b trampoiU-b tloa U.S.- trained technician, ;
t. TIvoll Ave. No. 18-2 w-.a
:. Tel. S1105
Margarita Kids
Invite Public
To Hear Operetta
1 The general public is welcome
to attend the special South Mar.
garita Elementary School produc
tion in observance of National Mu,
sic Week on Friday.
The program will feature a cast
of 195 children in costume present,
ing an operetta. "The Wedding of
the Flowers". All of the children
taking part in the performance, will,
be from grades 1, 2 and 3.
The program is to begin at 9:30
a.m. Friday in the patio of the
South Margarita Elementary

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tOR SALE: 21" General Elee-f
trie table model, TV 25 or 60
cycle. 18 months old. $150.00,
including rotating bate, ouriide
antenna anJ I tin It l.J
. Phone Navy 3297.
FOR SALI: Wiirfitsar piane,
perfect ; condition. Special for
children. Tal. 3-1352 in the
morning. i
FOR SALE.- Mahojiny China
c4osel and buffet made by P. C.
Wookworklnj Shop, $135.00.
Coffee fable, maple chair, plat platform
form platform rocker. Balboa 2-1684.
FOR SALE: -Twin bads, double,
bed, chest of drawers, porch,
furniture glass top tables. Vena- :
fian blinds. Call Panama 3.

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MILITARY ENGINEERS trom the Canal Zone and that means, almost every professional
engineer with a finger In operating or defendinp; the big ditch gathered last night at the
National Brewery where the suds was on the house for the evening. The Canal Zone Societv
of Military Engineers are one of several groups invited recently to sample the product of the
new plant at the spigot.- ,

NY-Born Scot's

For 8 Deaths Gets Under Way

GLASGOW (UP)' A fanfare of
trumpets shattered the stillness of
the Scottish High Court today and
signalled the start of the trial of
Peer Manuel, 31, a woodchopper
accused of killing nine -persons In
murders without motive.
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The darky good looking Manu.
el was born in-New York City
but was brought back ,to his par
ents native land as a child of
four. He was on trial here for
the murder of eight nersons; a
ninth victim was outside
the ju.
risdiction, of this court,
It is the bieeest 1 murder mal
In Scottish criminal history. Feel.
ing against Marnier once ran so
hieh he was threatened with mob
violence.' Now; a lock of his hair
brines a r'h nrie from the mor
bid curiosity1 seekers.- 1
Soovenirs on Salt,
Racktteers In Glasgow's slpazv
lrnHcrwnrld were makine kill-
in' Renins' i souvenirs which i in
p'ed nhotoeraohi.- fragments of
torn-im letters and ball ivnnt penf
he was said to .have used in pre
paring his defense notes,
Police and risvchiatrists likr
hve been tiaWed bv e crime? Mfiurl. The wome'
victims were molested but not at
tacked. In no case was
temnting amount' ofmonev i"

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.:!'.:.' v-Ciijiiy, (fyft ::-, '..!'. f:' ;'';,' v v."v 'I'yy Xy-P'U ' i )' .'''' ..'.,i''l,i:f
Young lady, needed for permanent job as
secretary. Must have, minimum of 3 years
' experience. Write and speak English and
Spanish correctly. Shorthand and good
composition. w v
sl1as)alsysal ,iasaMapii hs)iiiinjspwasss'inl i;irnuimmmml&i. t tMif"ini--- ne iw imttmfUmmtV

13-37 "H" Street

I. Owe Ave. No. 41 O f OTO IXWT-Jti
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FOR SALE s 2 horses with sad saddles
dles saddles and bridles $90.00. Aha 2
Stalls at Curundu stables $20.00
each, 86-4287.
; Has just received a complete
assortment of Gabion Air condi condi-:
: condi-: tioners. pome look and compare.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: lot 6000 m2 (20
i 0x303, corner at 50 mts. high highway
way highway Central, Lefevre Park,. Price
2.700, $1,400 cash and balance
$50.00 monthly. Tel.-2-3187.
FOR SALE: A lof in Cerre
Campana 2.000 mts. Excellent
view., Prices, 40ct with conec conec-lion
lion conec-lion water ; free. Call Tel.s 2-
295. 4 ,::,MA:
Murder" Tria
volved.. A Durham, England, taxi.
driver (who does not figure in
this, trial) had his throat cut in
an argument over a shilling (14
The murders were so without
motive that in a curious way they
became linked. The first victim,
Anne Kheilands, 17, was bludg
eoned to death on a golf coarse
on Jan, 2, 1956, -but was neithei
robbed-nor, assaulted.-.
Motive '. Lacking
In September of that vear Mrs.
Marion Watt, i. her 16-vear-old
daughter Vivienne and her sister,
Mrs. Margaret watt, were shot to
death in uhe watt home. Again
thre was -no annarent, reason
' In Christmas Week 1957 .Isabelle
Cooke, it; wai' strinoed. strangled
and robbel,of a tiny sum. Four
lavs later, on Mew Year's Oav
1958, Piter Smart, his wife Doris
fid- the'r ,on KlcbieLflO, wee
shot to deth' in their borne. 6nl
a few trinkets and loose cash
were taken.
.Polie finged Manuel almost
on a huncb. He was euestiorted
and flp"nrep'lv gve evidence nn
which tbev boe ibr ce. The
"rown wan e-lli"". r50 winesses
defense 50. Tere hi Heen
''Int.- at a ''snecliil donie' ner.
soos an awertinn the murders
pr rime ''bv others.-
- Department "A"

tSTADOS liNIDOS-l4 Cntr.l Ave
iJJ3 "W"1
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Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 18 ft. outboard
; crusier, licensed for five. 1957
25 hp. motor and all equipment
: needed for boating. Snap on
anchorage cover. All for $700
or will sell beat for $475 and
motor and controls for $225.00.'
Call Albrook 2104.
FOR SALE: 13 foot fiber glas glassed
sed glassed boat. Steering, controls, controls,-trailer,;
trailer,; controls,-trailer,; 15 h.p. Evinrude, fully
licensed. $450. Balboa ,6317,
20 foot cabin
crusier, 60, h.p. inboard Jeep
engine, licensed for 8, bunks 2,
completely equipped, including
heard, R. A. Anderson. Office
Balboa 2905 Res. 3301.
h.p. inboard
FOR SALE: Motor scooter and
parts, gasoline engine 4 h.p.
Tel. Balboa 2-3692.
Mattenheim Quits
Wine For Dav
Of Beer Drinking ;
' METJ-NHEIM, Germany (UP)
T:i,eKtoTn?people of Mettenheim
went back to makine wine v..
pay -after a dav of drintini h-.-
honor of : .Milwaulcp wi.
The town rolled out a golden
barrel of beer and lifted mugs to
the health of 11 American!. It
wai the. 100 millionth keg pro.
ducebythe PahsU Brewing Co;,
brought to, Mettenheim bwausi
the town was the birthplace of the
brewery's founder..
In the 19th -century, the towns,
people made beer, but in more
recent years Mettenheim as
switched to Rhine wine.


V, -Witli a view toward improving service and correcting!,
irregularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time;
THE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special


Please dial Tel.

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Miscellaneous I SERVICES :
ALCOHOLICS ANCNYWC'.'J l-mim,ia car wah $1. tMal
C RAWER "A," DIABLO cleaning of motor $5. w f j of
r BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX 5S. Ayte-Eiiie, 1 w-lub,
h.ihwav near Sas.
JOcaesticinployraMt T.v. set ewNlni
1 self of the fcetr far your T.V.
Maid wanted for yeung couple "LIVISION ffer, facter,
- With baby fof g.,,.,,1 work, technician plus m, pick pick-,
, pick-, eren,., indispensably 51rt. "t ISn H'M
Street No. 13 Apartment No. 4. Manama 3-76(X7.
oMarin, Hofis.. Mr. WeibeL Protect .o horn, and .repef
' . 1 ; y egsinst insect d m a e.
I flcr mm i PromB' '' treatment aa
LcSSOn & emergency or monthly budget
1 basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
r Panama 3-7977 Caleaj 1777,
Spanish course for, English- ; i
, speaking people at University of "r1 '
. Panami from May 19 to July 3, ' TOPELCO S. A.
Classes in the, morning and even. H,t 'u,t '' complete) i
in -en Monday, Wednesday, assortment of Gibson Air condi-
: Thursday, as follows: MORNING tienars. Come look and compare.
.. STUDENTS: Beginners at B:30; ; TELEVlOnN crtviri -l-i-.
Intermediate' 9:30; Advanced l"vl'ON SERVICE, ability,
lfl-30 "ced honesty, customer satisfaction.
at6 iSvlL-df 1 Tr ""'Miami technician.
p.n'. kjj. Ty. Phene r.n.m. 2.
..Learn Spanish with Mrs. Rome- FOR SALI
- i'nners and advanced pupils. L'OMNlUM
Lessons mornings, afternoons .' Central" a.. It i
pTTOjT. Accciil-nh Will j

WANTED: 1957 Ford Victoria
S cyl, or Chevrolet Bel-Air, hard
top. Automatic transmission, 2
door, wsw and radio. Call Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. 3-7942.
US Negro Leaders;
Urged To Consider
Growing Crime Rale
publisher has' urged that a "sum "sum-mit
mit "sum-mit meeting'.. v of Negro leaderi
here "frankly fate" the problem
of the growing Negro crime rate
and try to set p an organization
iq comDai n. .. ' t
William XX,' Walker president of
the -National, Newspaper Publish:
ers Assn. said Sunday 'if Ne Ne-groes
groes Ne-groes c ould populate schools at
thei same rate that they do jails,
we. would be -the best educated
people in the world." '
President' Eisenhower addressed
yesterday the s conferenca yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon, t v
' The NNPA, which' includes most
major negro newspapers, invited
some 400 representatives of Ne Negro
gro Negro organizations- to attend the
conference Monday and yesterday.
' waucer.! nub sher of l,he riv.
land Call and Post, told a news
conference yesterday the "summit
meeting", will work out '"a uni.
fied action program to bring the
Negro his legal rights.'-'
He aid ."unity of opposition to
the Negro in the .South'v made a
meeting of Negroes "at the sum summit
mit summit eveL mandatory.'' t
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Masonry building, three story,' located at
k Avenida del Peru and 29th Street East,
No." 29-28. -Ten Apartments and pent-.
t'M house. TiiMWx
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call Tel. 3-7400 extension 42, ',;-;
; 5 s ; ; : from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. .


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to serve you better

Hear Col. Sbneeck

Al Dinner Meeting n
Col. Joseph C. Stancock will bt
the guest speaker at ..the joint
dinner meeting of the Federal Gov.
eminent Accountants Association
and the Institute of Internal Au Auditors
ditors Auditors this month,
i Co'onel Stancock is comptroller
of the Caribbean Air Command
and his topic, will be "financial
Systems in the Caribbean Air Com Command."
mand." Command." 4
The meeting will be held May
21 at the Fort, Clayton Officers
Club. Hospitality hour at seven will
be followed by a fried chicken, din.
rrer at 7:30, r .,...-.
Members are encouraged to
bring guests who are interested
un financial 'management in the
Federal Government. These two
professional accounting .and au auditing
diting auditing organizational groups are
dedicated to the betterment; of
such' financial management.
'Reservations should be made im immediately,
mediately, immediately, and tickets purchased
before May 19 to facilitate arrange
ments. 'Tickets are $2.00 per per.
son and may 'be obtained from
N. H. McCauley. at Balboa 2104,
George Thibodeau or Bob Bowen
at Balboa 2575, Maj. A. A. Tisone r
at Albrook 2221v William J. Am.
at Balboa 2559 or Val Lynch,; at
Clayton 3218. J, ,
COLOGNE,1' Germany (UP)
West German tax collectors camt
out yesterday against, more tax.
es; The association, of tax officials
sai'd that proposed new taxes not
only would be a hardship for the
public but also would make their
own jobs harder. 4
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S00 CFJf NEWS 7:30 Pat Boone
3.1S Dinah Shore v S:00 U.S. Steel Hour
3 30 Report worn Hutgert 9 00 You Bet Your Life ;
4M Let's Take ATrip -.?. 9:30 Star TonightRep T Mot IT
4:30 Big Too-Rpt 19 Mar ST 10:00 Country America
7:00 Blondle 1 V : Sncorei Kraft TV Theatre. i
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PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057 3-1698 3-1699
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REIRUT Mav 13 (UP)-Lebanon $ pro-vvesiern rrsiuoni vai o vnamvyii iwn'ij

States Britain and France today that his country is "the object of attach from abroad. v
His statement came several hours after jeering leftwing mot tried to storm the U.S. embassy

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of the embassy


Elsnewh0erCeein the troubled capital other rioter, held control of roadblock nd spread fir through streets 'of.

ttHe RiSlndTtreet fightingi now in! its fourth day, threatened the nation 'with a general insurrection gainst the ;
nro-Western policies of Chamoun. 'r ) . ' K '-'

Cairo and Damascus radios continued urging xne J-eDariese overmrow urmn.uu.,.

signaled virtual civil war" against the government. The rioters were stopped by soldiers 500 yards shorty
dipWah' prepared to defend themselves from sfege'but. Lebanese', troops, and police beat back the

t Meanwhile in London, Middle
Eastern experts, warned that
outside pressure on Lebanon s
pro-western regime may put
.the Eisenhower Doctrine .to its
severest test "at. almost any
' Tension developing fast in
the country was likened to the
threat td Jordan's independ independence
ence independence last ear which twas
comitered in the nick of time
bythe Eisenhower Docmne.
t "Chamoun accepted the Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower Doctrine for his
Icountry. It. holds out the
promise of assistance against
' outside intervention,; is asked
for, ''' ';f
'A new charge of outside in
' trigue burst here today with
: the announcement that Leban Lebanese"
ese" Lebanese" Coast Guardsmen captured
fiunrunninn sailboat off the
southern Lebanese coast during
, the morning. 1
"Officials said the naval pa patrol
trol patrol seized 12 men, 6000 rifles

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and Egyptian currency amount-
ing to about $140,000.
But there was no indication
vet whether Lebanon- would
seek United Nations ;or foreign
aid in the crisis. fcW -;B' ;
(American sources in Lon London
don London said two U.S. dest'0"'
the Decatur and the Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy were within reach of
Lebanese waters on a routine
and continual "Levant Pa
tlT1hVrest of the tJ.S. Sixth
Fleet, main military arm of the

wispnhower Docwme, w

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ranean some 1500

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Mobs set fire to the TJ.S. In In-o
o In-o f inn f?prvice Library here

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all Americans to stay Indoors
as political and -religious
forces opnosinr Chamonn rn
wild In Beirut and Trir t
the second largest Lebanese
city, and in other places in
the country. A general strike
called In opposition to Che-,
moun was 100 per cent effee-
41 t Kalfllf i

PAiw reported at

least V 'nersons kWed in riot

rtt n Beirut. (

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Three persons, incmainjr

tjolice ? commissioner, 4 a ponce-

man and a civilian, .were ;Kuiea
when police ; and t troops'. fired
on a crowd bent on sackin? and
burnlnpr the home of Mnndotih
Solh, brother of. Prime.Minister
Sami Es-8olh.- ':
. Rioting, began at the ; vege vegetable
table vegetable market before ) dawn and
raged on into the afternoon.
The prime mtnisteirhimself
took command of security
forces. He was reported pre preparing
paring preparing to ask parliament to
invoke martial law. -'
At least two automobiles were

overtruned and set afire by-the
mobs. The homes of three gov government
ernment government supporters were burn burned.
ed. burned. Three police motorcycles
also were burned. ' '-Soldiers
Soldiers '-Soldiers charged rioters in the
main "Place Riad Solh"; with
fixed bayonets.

The rioters kept coming. A
shower of stones and a barrage
of 'flaming paper '.balls drove

back the advancing' soldiers.

Three nearby armored cars
were summoned and thundered

up a narrow street, to ,,the
square with sirens sbdiekitte.
Military police and soldiers
chareed In behind the nn nn-rushing
rushing nn-rushing armored cars. The
rioters broke and ran. 1

Algeria, Too
mostrations broke Into the Unit,
d Statta cultural tnttr in Al Al-giira
giira Al-giira this afternoon and report reportedly
edly reportedly sacked the stablithment,
causing widespread damage.

its: Hnstallatiohs ; were' a

prime target. The VS. Informa Information
tion Information Library in the Basta (Mos (Moslem)
lem) (Moslem) quarter was attacked and

put to tne lorcn, juhu aa -other
USIS library in Tripoli
was burned last Saturday. 4

- The Iraq retroieum com company's
pany's company's pipeline which tra tra-'
' tra-' erses Lebanon -was damaged
. by a bomb near Mayeh, north
1 of Tripoli. It was reported
shut down pending reptvs.
Street crowds threw up bar-t1(-rHp
nf navement stones and

furniture in Beirut. They fought

with guns, stones and ciuDS. ;
; Troops swarmed through the
i n main souares of Beirut, Ar

mored cars clanked up and took
positions four to each square.
Ttruckloads; of solniem backed

up police in jeeps.
But the crowd could not be
contained in the Moslem Quar

ter, Of the city, where, as else

where In Lebanon, the popuia

tlon is divided between Moslem

and Christian. -y-r
, Sources Sunday .-' charged
that the attacks were Inspir Inspired
ed Inspired br e "foreign Arab power."
No names were mentioned.
i Yesterday, Radio Cairo and

radio Damascus, v tne major

state radios of, uamai ADUei

Nasser's United Arab Republic,'

beamed broadcasts to Beirut
calling for Lebanese listeners
to "revolt against the forces of
imperialism and its agents," t

The Lebanese were urgeo io
to into the streets and fight
he Chamoun regime. The Le

banese government -began dam

ming the inflammatory broad

casts.:;::,'! -: 5' -A :h '.i'-w;'- i--f a

Immediate cause of 4he
rioting was ; the fact that
Chamoun, whose v six year
term is running out, wants to
amend the electoral laws and
run for a second term. Oppo Opposition
sition Opposition : leaders both religious
and- political oppose this,

Saeb Salem, a Moslem oppo-N

sitien leader,-, vowed to tie up
the country until "the dicta

torial power of Camille Cha
moun fails." i

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SACKED Looking nice, but
' somehow oh, well -- Marilyn Marilyn-Monroe
Monroe Marilyn-Monroe poses for the photogra-,
pher in her new, sack dress.
. Marilyn was in New York,
where she, signed a contract
which will return her to the
movie screen this year after
r nearly two years' absence.,,

Army Demands Specd-Up Of Planes

And Ships To Rush Troops Abroad


Translator Stenbs, Typists i : v
Needed At Albrook AF Base

BiIIy Graham Lisli
Duties Of Spouses

To Husbands, Wives

elist Billy jGraiiam believes there

must be a lot of unhappiness in
the United States "and especially
in San Francisco
The reason, he told an audience
of 16,300 Sunday, -is that one of
every three and one-half marriag marriages
es marriages "went, on the rocks" : in this
country last year. -.i .-, i

"And in San Frahcisco Hast

year, one out of every two mar.

riages ended in divorce," he sail.

"And it shows there is more un un-happiness
happiness un-happiness here than in any other

city in the country." ; :

' Sovaral VBAanitn fni ftltrtltan rn

. ( -v. ...... v v . ... ui. po
sitions on Albrook have been open,
ed for qualified Individuals at Al..
brook Air Force Base, it was an.
nounced today. .
Positions available are: a non non-U.S.
U.S. non-U.S. citizen translator, LGS-031 9,
at $1.69 per hour; and non-U.S.
citizen position classifier. LGS-221.

5, at $1.21 per hour. Several clerk.

setenographer positions, both., U.S.
citizens and non-U.S. citizens, and
several clerk-typist positions for
non-U.S. citizens, are also availa available.
ble. available. ,', .

Army demanded yesterday that

the Air Force and. Navy speed up

development of fast planes and
ships to rush troops abroad in the

face of an "increasing threat" of

Communist brushfire wars.
It complained -there' was an
"alarming lack" of transport for
atomic armed 'ground, forces
which could stamp out "limited
wars" before they spread. It cited
the "increasing threat" of such
Conflicts.' i.'- i ,v,,- : ..
The Army called for planes that

could carry ;700 troops 4,000 miles
in eight hours. It said converted
aircrait carriers could be used for
moving whole convoys of trucks
and other equipment. ,' ;
The service did not specify
spots where it -expected aggres.
sion. But it asserted the Army
must be the tool to pinch o'f "the
probing tentacles of Communist
aggression wherever they may
The Army made public its criti.
cism o-i Air Force and Navy
transport -readiness in a special
issue of its o ficial magazine,
Army Information Digest..
The issue was devoted" to the
Army's role in limited war, which
it described as a more f likely
threat in the H-bomb and missie
age than all-out war, 7
The Army chose that medium
to air its long-standing grievance
over allegedly inadequate i ,troop
transport instead of Using speech,
es, news conferences? or, "leaks"
all of which might incur dis.
pleasure under the new Pentagon
plan for central control ol public
inform ation to hold down service
disputes, r ''),'
' The Army claim has been de denied
nied denied by the Defense Department
and the Air Force, which contend
that p anes are available for as
many troops-as would be moved
under joint war plans.
The Army Digest said the Unit.

ted States and Russia could light
a limited war in a confined battle
area with conventional and lim

ited atomic weapons. utner au authorities
thorities authorities have contended any war
between the two dominant world
powers almost certainly would be

.global. '. j v,m t

The Digest also said the Army
was convinced strong ground for.
ces would be needed to cope with
limited aggression. The Eisenhow Eisenhow-er
er Eisenhow-er .administration has tended to
bul d local ground forces through
U.S. military, aid and training and

to emphasize U.S. naval and air

.orces. : ', v v ".

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rumors often get started in
beauty shops. 1

Rlatd thr United lArtfitt

Israeli Musicians
To Appear Tomorrow
Al lialional Theater

Two artists from Israel will pre.

sent a musical concert tomorrow

night at 8:30 p.m. at the Nation
al Theater.
They are Ramy Shevelov. violin.

1st, and Yehuda Guttman, pianist

ineir program will include works

by Bach, Brahms, -.Liszt, and

Kreisler.. it:xr''y-.,-r.r ; i'"

Tickets may be purchased, v at

the door. ;'
'The program is'under the anon

sorship of the Consul of Israel in
Panama togetherwith the Depart

ment of Bellas Artes and the Min
ister of Education.

Both musicians haye received
wide acclaim, in, the United
States, and have Dust completed

concerts in new xoric.


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2nd WEEK!

Graham told a Mother's Day

audience that the home is the

foundation v of society. He empha

sized i to young people that mar.

riage la the most serious step a

person "will take other' than his

conversation to Christ. :

, iuo many peopie, ne saw, mar.

ry for reasons ; of insecurity, ec

onomic insecurity, sexual curios

ity, social prestige or just plain
Spite. : 1 ';-' :-:U.J

He listed what he thought were
the principal duties of wives, but
warning husbands: "Don't enjoy
this too much, I'll "get to you
lakr."v:'Pv-,;v : ;V:;
- He said a wife should :
'Pay reverence to her husband,

for God made him the head of

the home. y:.::r ':'

Submit to ; hers husband in all

things. ...

i Love her husband and their chil.

dren. . i ",
Keep the home.'
' He told husbands:

"Love- your wives. Show your

iuve, ior ners is ine naraest job

uon.t be a-tightwad or a rough roughneck..
neck.. roughneck.. You are to, provide for vour

wives, be courteous to your wives
and cleave to them."
Moreover, a husband should be

"resnonsiwe as a father."
" "Set 'your children a eood x

ample, for children imitate more

man trier usten.";

After1 hrs sermon, "575 jiersbns
'marl r1crlclnn trCkr,t,t k.l-

ing to 8,180 the number' of con.
fjprsions in 14 sermons. T

The 15th sermon in Graham's

slx-week Crusade will be .held

Tuesday tonight,



Arkansas Western Gas Co. yester.

nay announcea it lias opened un a

new gas area -in the Arkansas
River Valley with the completion

of, a aiscovery ; well. The com com-pany.
pany. com-pany. said its .JB. Hurst Nfcl

had potential open flow of 7,

5000,00 cubic,; feet of gas daily.
The company said It holds leases
to 8,000 acres in the area and
driving of a second offset well

has becun.

- The reqent'y established position
classifier" position is a trainee po.
sition. The incumbent will be re.
quired to satisfactorily complete

an on-the-job training course de.
signed to impart comprehensive
job knowledge, methods and tech.
niques employed in Air ? Force
classification : and wage functions.
Upon satisfactory completion of
training, incumbent will ,be eligi eligible
ble eligible for consideration for promotion
to a higher graded position, ;
The duties of the translator

will be to .translate technical me.
chanical and, infrequently, admin

istrative material covering j u h.

jects as aircraft engines, struc

tures, hydraulics; electrical sys.
terns, ..instruments, ; propellers,
sheet metal work, radio, commu communications,
nications, communications, maintenance, link train,
er operations, control tower opera.

J tions, phases and principles of

ground safety, air-sea rescue, sur.
vival, instrument r flying an4 cerT
tain phases of Air Force, supply.,
- Bilingual applicants in Spanish
and. English languages and who
have successfully completed a

four-year course in college or uni university
versity university study, or for the position

ciassuier vacancy,;, three years ol
progressively responsible experi experience
ence experience in personnel activities or re re-lated
lated re-lated fields, or a combination of
both education and experience are
However,: applicants with less
than four years college or univerj
sity study will be considered.
:fIn addition,: applicants for the
translator position must have two
yrs of extensive experienca trans.

laung irom English into Spanish,
and from Spanish into English,
or have specialized in the study
of English and Spanish- languages

during co lege or university study.
:Applicants applying for the clerk
Stenographer and clerk-typist posi.
tions will be required to take a

lO.minute tvnlna test frnm a tvn.M.

Words per minute. The applicant
must also take a two m i n u t e

snonnana ; test dictated at theJ

rate f 80 words per minute prior
to being considered for selection.
Applicants may apply in person
at the Civilian Personnel, Office,
Building No. 868, A 1 b r 6 o k Air

Force Base, Canal Zone, 1 during
the hours from 7:30 a.m. to, 11:30
a,m Mqnday through Friday, :

CROWNED Monique Tangrei
wears a pert little crown after
she was named Miss Paris 1958.
The, 18 Vear bid, blue eyed

1 brunette is a 'typist- and lives in j
I r rthe suburb of Boulogne..' ,-' 1

IeenLj3 Girls Slash

SF T -.

Ambasscr To U;i

(NEW YORK (UP)-Police to

day, sought two teen i. age girl
who attacked and slashed the It

year.oia aaugnier ot iran s an

bassador to the United Nation
in Bronx Park. 4
Frieda Abohr the daughter c
Dr. Djalal Abdoh. was "Walkir.8

the park with her sister, MastM

u, police said, when she was sei

upon by two Negro -girls. She w

cut, on the, right handv'andha

dress slashed almost to ibhous,

It was the 'third assault in m

city s parks in eight mouths 5 o

persons associated with we Un
ted Nations ? -:--'0A
Police said 1 the 'Abdoh t gir

went lot a walk m the park' ear:

yesterday evening while their p

ents wie dining in a nearby ,re

taurant. .. Li:,

, One o" their 'assai'ants threw

light ; Duin which exploded ne

them and the older Abdoh girl ui':

braided the.' mother girls. Or,

of them attacked her -with
knife and -the pair fled.. :

The Abdoh girls then report'

the incident to a park ( employ
who called police.

, Last October? two youth

mugged, robbed v. and stabbti

Rishikesh Shaha, 1 35-year o

Nepal ambassador to the Unite

Nations in Central Park, And

January,' a youth j stabbed Mr!

Odile Vi'lars, 28, a secretary

the French ambassador i to w

United Nations, as. she walka

through Central Park. .. jy


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Force1 today ap n o u n c e d the
award of a, $5,652,355 contract to
International Telephone and Tele Tele-graph
graph Tele-graph Corp. for installation off
tracking equipment at the Air
Force missile, and aircraft testing
range on the Florida Gulf Coast.




SACKS ALIVE! Perhaps trying to prove that a sack by any
other name would look the same, Bruce Hinds, 13, wore a burlap
sack to school in Dallas, Tex.,, to illustrate 'his opinion of ladies',
fashions. Judging from the look on the face of Gretchen Phillips,

,12, the coarse chemist jomehow just doesn't do a thing for him. J

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