The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
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]
normalized irregular


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Panama -- Panama


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

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Coco Soo Country Club May Open In June,
Atlantic Siders Hear, Rents May Go Up
xhe Coco Solo country club will probably be opened next month, it was learned today. today.-"V
"V today.-"V Over 100 applications have already been received from prospective members although
one Tonight theCoco SoloClvlc Council will hold Its first meeting there In order to. five
members an opportunity to see the club. ., n
The meeting, which is set for 7:30 will touch on beautification of the. new townnslte,
a'nd the chapel committee will give a report of progress in setting up the joint chapel to ac accommodate
commodate accommodate three religions. , -.,

council, headed oy

Airlift Gets Under Way
In Less Than Three Hourr

; the pulse -of

f" HIGH SCHOOL students and par parents
ents parents from Aguadulce were sched scheduled
uled scheduled to arrive at Santa Ana plaza
some time today to stage a raUy
demanding the completion of the
town's high school building. ... ( ...
Ha motorcade of 50 vehicles car car-tying
tying car-tying some 500 students and theif
pVrents was scheduled to -leave
Aeuadulce at 4 a.m. arriving in
flnama OtJ Vttf2K?
pr ud to noon today, the .m0or
cade had not arrived in this city.

A columnist of an afternoon dai daily
ly daily apparently became aware only
vpSay that vehicles owned by
pSa residents which park c
vernlght in the Cans Zone i r
ticketed for a traffic violation. ,;
."ir.I niumnist admitted that he

ii". to" tanaWone vehicle-

ffn i neCsry i r.g.rd.J
, El Panama America an o o-.pan
.pan o-.pan invasion threat.
5 The column, suggested that Nix Nix-n
n Nix-n ipave Venezuela immediately m
on leave yc n ,ri ocean

order noi w UiU"

; 6t saliva.


The civic

nrpsident Peter Foster and vice.

president James O'Donnell, was
praised yesterday by Governor
William E. Potter at the town
hall meeting at Gamboa, for the
'wonderful work" they havebeen
: They were also commended for
the cooperation they have .been
getting from residents of the new
civilian community of Coco Solo.
There-'seemed to be some disa disagreement
greement disagreement today as to whether the
Governor implied there would be
rental increases looming j in the
future. 1 V
Some fait that Potter was on.
ly referring to an incraM of
the interest rata which tho Ca.
nil Company is required to pay
tho U.S. government. Tho Gov
ornorsaid that, this would riH
by about thrtt.ttnths (Of a par
" tnt In th next fiscal year.
Others stated that Potter men.
tioned the fact that he cos of
living .has risen by three per cent,
nd ddedt."You know what that,

mpans. Some tooi this to mean

that rents would rise according-

Two member of the Canal's
board of director wore present
at the meeting.' '',.

nn f Wm. Robert Pi Bur

roughs, a :,member of the Budget

panys Usances," wio "tanai im im-nians
nians im-nians that they f were getting a

better deal down here" than the

folks in the States.

He said that he and his fellow

director Ralph Cake had spent a

good part oi the day visiting the

Lone scnools. Burroughs comment.

ed on the high caliber of teachers
down here, and felt that Zone

youngsters were getting a' ''great

education. ; ;

E., G. Blount,' president of the
Gatun Civic Council, asked when
the new schools at Coco -Solo,
which had been promised, would

oe ready. ;.;;..s:j
Tho Governor told the group
that tho : elementary school
would bo flnithed by Christmas
of this yoar, but added that it
. might bo a ya ar-and.ono-half bo.
fore a high school would bo

Blount said thai; the pepple felt
reluctant to send their children

to the Cristobal High School. add.

ing that since the government had

saved about $10 million by taking
over Coco Solo,, they .could surely
spent $2 million for a high school.

i Kepnea the Governor: ,'WeU

we ain't gonna."

Yesterday Potter opened the

meeting -by ..remarking on the

"great strides",, taken in civil de-

fense which was shown in th re,

leent simulated-bomb attack,

i nffirp to.

fix Ohvares high scnooi m

iver the actions m

Usue can be investigated.
The students immediately called
, ii the strike. '
I I I.

bsthlca Oa Tax I
Culs To Cs Msde i

President Eisenhower said tay
? resiutiii veression tax

oeci - June

the necisiou

The President grew visibly .lrrt-


m,fM tthpn he was aseu

' IQ.LU .1

noun pnntp.rence

he would veio an mtum
S Congress decided to go ahead
hand vote one. .. f
THe said he' was not going tb
Prophesy what might happen, that
Die has told the reporters ; time
fund asahi thai he was watching
,it,,ation. and that he would

(malt. decision at the proper-

(Ume. t ...

V.A reporter then pointed out that

present excise and corporation i
rates re due to drop, automali automali-"c
"c automali-"c ally on -June 30 unless Congress

.' Th Prpsldpnt rpDlied he was

'awara nt thii anH hfl said he a

,f creed a decision on tax reduction

will have to be made before the

end of June.

? At a news conference largely

dominated by discussion of South

American demonstrations against

Vice President Richard M. Nixon,

the President made only one other

jpomment about the domestic eco eco-.
. eco-. T'omic situation. In reply to a ques
tion,' he viporouslv reiterated his
belief that it would be- useless to
vndert?lte any1 Isrge.scale new pub.
lie works projects to create Jobs.

Fsller Pay Checks
y-j-!'".',-''.V'-, '!'?
payV checks were r virtually as.
sured today for 2,592,000 active
and retired servicemen. -:t
The assurance came when Con.
gress gave final approval Monday
to a $576,439,000 compromise miL
itary pay increase bill.
The measure, hammered out by
a House.Senate conference com.
mittee, wa.8 approved by both the
House and Senate and sent to the
White House- where President Ei Ei-senhower
senhower Ei-senhower Was expected to sign .it
into lawi without, delay.
The. legislation provides pay
raises for all ; servicemen with
mmw than' two vears' service

uroficiency pay" for peeial

atomk-age skills and Tesponsum.

ity tor some otucers aey

The original iiouse diu
Rfi3 327.000 oav boost. The Sen.

. -,- . ... .M

oto capn w wiu.uuo,

000. The compromise added, $400,
nno In th Rpnate figure.

VUV V1 . ...... ...

The measure taKes eiieci vne
first dav Of the month tollowing

its enactment.

Tf urnnM eiv a nav boost of at

least f per cent to -all members

of- me armea wre .mm
than two years of service.
Jay hikes would range from n
per cent in the ; corpor-il third
class-petty olficer grsdeto 47 per

cent for members oi ui joiui,

chiefs of stau. , .
The conrprdmise retained a Sen.
ate provision for special respon.
sibility pay for captains, majors,
lieutenant colonels and colonels
anrt thpii navv counterparts who

hold positions of critical respon.

sjui ity, t ,
It also retains a' House provl.
sion for a proficiency pay, system
designed to help the armed ser.
vices attract and keep men with
special atomic-age skills.

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Coya Knutson, v whose ; home.

versus-politics crisis was resolved
in favor, of -po'itics,vbusied ; her.
self with congressional chores to.


1 he blonde, blue-evid Minnesota

Democrat caused little noticeable
stir Monday on the House iloor

when she took her place briefly

lor the first time since a furore

developed, last Wednesday. She

answered present to a quorum

can. y.3

drew demanded that she for.

saKe pontics and return to the

iamiiy fireside in Oklee, Minn.
He said he hardly ever saw his

wite even on holidays. v
Andrew, who manages the Ok.
lee Hotel, later toned down his
demand, saying he would support
Coya for reelection to a third term
if she would fire her executive "as "assistant,
sistant, "assistant, Bill KjeldaM, 29. 'YTi :
Mrs. Knutson, 46, .turned a deaf
ear. to both demands.
She told the United Press after
her floor appearance that her fel fellow
low fellow lawmakers ? uniformly ; n.
dorsed her decision to. run for re re-election
election re-election despite ,s'hert, husband's
complaints. :; ''v v.. :?j;K

The UP)-The Defense Department said to today
day today that 49 aircraft carried 1,000
paratroopers and Marines to Ca.

ribbean bases where they stand

ready to go to- the 1 Protection of

Vice.President Richard M. Nixon.

Tho department said 27. CI 30
transport carrying 500 para,
troopers from' Ft. Campboll, Ky.
had landed at Ramty Air Forca
Bat in Puerto Rico. They war
accompanied by nine C.12 Globe
master cargo plants ' carrying
ip and five' helicopters. v

The first of the troon carrvlne

planes: arrived at 12:15 a.m. and

the last at 6:30 a.m. '

The Pentagon sad' the first of

13 R40; naval Vaircraft carrvlne

VAM kf (. mm

auu marmes lanoea at uuantana

mo Bay. Cuba, at 2:54 a.m. The

marines flew from Camp Lejenue

; Tho tnt Department con
firmed tho whereabouts eif the
troops and the fact that they had
i landed after long hour of quo,
tioning by nowtman.

ine naratrooDera wpr finwn

oy elements of the 893th Air Di

VISOn Of Sewart : Air Fnrr u

Smyrna. Tehn and the 463rd troon

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Ten minutes later troops were

alerted. At 6 p.m. troops arrived

in the loading zone at Sewart Air

Force IBase, Smyrna, Tenn.

Loading of the big C-130 turbo,
prop transports began in 20 min minutes.
utes. minutes.

At 6:45 p.m., less than 3 hours
after' the first instructions, : the

first airplane left, the runway and

10 ShOW hOW fast th nuratrnnn

er got. away from. Ft. Campbell

they were ordered to the



The 101 st AirWn nii.t. ....

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au uvicu 10 prepare-rap the move.

mem .si q-aa p.m.' yesterday.'


President Defends
Supreme Court

the 22 other1 planes followed a

15-minute intervals.

Paratroopers; Marines
Puerto Rico, Guanfanamo


Conprcss May Poke

Truiillo's Gills

Wayne L. Hays (D-Ohro) raised

the possibility yesterday mat ton,
ress may investigate Lt. Gen.
Rafael Truji'io' "reverse foreign
aid program" for Hollywood c.
tresses Kim Novak and Zsa Zsa
Gabor.'' r.:,'''h'-f-h:
' The i House Foreign Affairs
Committee is considering -es'ab-lishment
of a watchdog subcom subcom-mittee
mittee subcom-mittee to ride herd on this conn.

The Army gave this information; trv's foreign aid spending, in

eluding annual funds ;

Dominican Republic,

for the

CHICAGO (UP)-Th president

w ; ue ; American i5ar i Assn. has
called upon the v nation's 200,000
member lawyers to 'wag an all.
out campaign against current proi
posals to curb the powers of the
Sepreme Court. - 1 1
. Charles B. Rhyne said Monday
night a measure introduced by
Sen. William Jenner (R.Ind) to
limit the high court's jurisdiction
is ? unwise, and unsound." He

termed "regretable" the i Sehate

judiciary Committee's approval
of one of the five proposed curbs.
Speaking at. founders' day
banquet of Delta Theta Phi, a le.
gal fraternity, t Rhyne said the
legal profession should' oppose the
Jenner bill 'with every, resource
at: its command." si7''" .;''-
"Our ; system-of government Is
no stronger than our courts," he
said. "And our courts are no
stronger than the strength of the
public's confidence in them.
"The ever.rising tide of, criti criticism
cism criticism of judges and our courts
makes this a most appropriate
time to remind lawyer of their
duty to uphold public' esteem for
our judiciary so as to maintain

public confidence in our courts at i

an Institution o: government."

Havs said one of tho VlorieM"

targets of any stch subcommittee

would be the gifts t lavished by

y o u n r Truullo on the movie

stars. Truiillo boueht an $M00r

JiufAJof MissTJovak anfl a4sso

auto ana a iur coat tor mm
Gxhof. ' f
' Thev congressman said the ubi.
committee, miuht want, to i know
what v justificstion there was for
continuing aid to the Dominican
Republic when the 29.year.olH
Truiillo, son : of .' the couptrv's
hoss. could spend large sunn

frppiy in thi country.
"If Hhev have that kind of

monev for the boy to throw

around un here then they should

not be, -Betting-, n million dollars

a-vear from us," Hvs said.:
' Rep Thomas F. Morgpn (D,
Pa.),, acting chairman of the
House Foreign Affairs Commit.

tee, '.'laid the grouo would decide
latpr whether. to cre'e .the
watchdog .subcommittee. ; Hay ,is

a membe' of. thefu" committee

Reo." Albert P. Morno fR

WASHINGTON, May 1 (UP) The Defense Department made-

announcement tottay aa to wliether Canal Zone-based US forces were or
were not being readied in case Caracas demonstrations against Vice-President
Richard M. Nixon get out of control. Nor had) any of the 1000
men flown to. Caribbean bases following yesterday's anti-Nixon violence
been routed to the Canal Zone. ;
; President Eisenhower said todav this Ven'ueinn VinvrnmH UmA- ''?'

tied of his action in ordering 1000 US Marines and paratroopers from the US to bases
closer to Venezuela following' yesterday's outbreaks. r

uc.enuea rm acnon in oraering rne troops south as the simplest type of pre
cautionary measure in the world. 1 . f. fl p
Some 500 paratroopers were flown to Ramey Field, Puerto Rico, and 500 Marines
fa Guanranamo, Cuba. v :
, Presumably it would take an order from President Eisenhower to dispatch the U S
troops to Caracas. '' ri j, -(
- Nixon's present schedule calls for him to leave Caracas after midnight tonight.
This could be changed if the President orders him back earlier. ; r
. J Government' officialsarljer expressed, concern there might1 be tn assassination at at-tempt
tempt at-tempt when Nixon' and hit;' wife Pat leave the sanctuary of the U.S. embassy tonieht
to fly home. ', u j nX'',, 5
. Mobs; like those that attacked 'Nix'on, swarmed throud, th itrat rinr'i J-w.

niorht. tmllkinir luinAu.. l.t.. 1 ........ i j m

nmuun. anv, nneMng arm-mericnn, slogans. rolic ifhdl

gnexei a vyeii as ciuns arfl pise's, trcrvc y rtore order.':,.

Conn.) 1 suuf'-sted trt Trujillo'

"Pana J shouit ; can mm in ana

soank-? him." "t Rep. Charles O.

Porter iD-Ore.), a frequent critic

of Trujuio's fatner, saia was
obvious that further aid to the

Dominican Republic was not war.

ranted. ?--a'-";: ,a

In Holly wood, tLTruhllo's secre'.

tarjr,"; Victor Sued, defended his
hnss snendinc: Sued said the

funds were Trujillo's "own per.

sonal money. I see nothing wronc
with his spending as he chooser."
: He said young Trujillo, married
and the father of six, was inde inde-pendently
pendently inde-pendently wealthy, owning coffee
plantations,' cattle ranches, sugar
plants" and dairy farms.

Judge's Bench
i 1

Three Panamanians were each

fined $10. in Balboa Magistrate's
Court on three different charges.

Pedro R. Picerno, 35, fined for

driving on Gaillard Highway with,
out a license.

. Prudencio Nickan, 40, was found

guilty of being, in such a state of

intoxication that he could not care
for h's own safety. ' ;
And the third defendant, "Frail.

Cisco Ramirez, 27, was lined lor

driving his truck while it was i
unsafe operating condition.

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The Nixons, who narrowed es escaped
caped escaped death on Injury at the
hands of the mobs yesterday,
spent the night at the U.S. embas.
sy residence in suburban Caracas
under the protection of a heavy
cordon of police.
' President Eisenhower, "h p.
ping mad" at the attack on A.;
merlca's No. 2 oxaeutive, order.

d troops into the Caribbean a.

rea and instructed Secretary of.
Stata John Foster Dullts to tall
the Vanexualans to take "every
possible measure" to safeguard
the vice president's life.
Nixon and outraged U.S. Con Con-gressional
gressional Con-gressional leaders believed the
violence was Communist inspired,
but Venezuelan authorities blamed

the mob outbreak on r a mp s

and miscreants linked with the
regime of (ousted ex President
Marcos) Perez Jimenez."

Rear Adm. 1 Woligang Larraza-

bal, chief, of the military -junta
which replaced Perez in January,
said "several'' such persons have
been arrested.
A mob outside Venezuela's
"White House" delayed Larraza Larraza-bal's
bal's Larraza-bal's departure ater a visit to
Nixon by about 15 minutes yes.
terday and later attacked the car
in which he was riding.
' Like President v Eisenhower,
the- U.S. Congress likewise was
aroused over tho clubs, spit and
rocks that greeted Nixon and
hit pretty wife Pat In Caracas.
Soma -i members demanded a
"haw look" at U.S. relations
with Latin America.. r, '.
President Eisenhower told his
press conference today, it looked
as if there was some kind of con-

certed plan oy me minmumoMi

THE CHEMISE. AS SOME SEE IT The chemise can be an exciting .new fashion or a

""shapeless drape, depending on your point of view." Lovely Elaine Brandt, a production assistant

i at a Cleveland (Ohio) TV station, models the garment as it appears' to dress designers and
Liwith the aid of trick mirrors; as it appears to the occasionally horrified male,-""'' .

Princess Soraya

Invited To Slar ;

In Life-Story Film

... TJAT.TVwr.fin. Calif, ur

Snrava i whom tradition

fnrpprt from the tnrone .oi. irau

because of her cnuaiess "" V"B
. ch.h- Mnhamed Reza Pahlevi,

J W" iAA 4 M

in a motiori picture of her fife, it

was disclosed yesterday..
Tnrfpnendent oroducer Philip A.

Waxman said he had written the

beautiful ex-queen ai ner vacauuu
Bermuda that ''women

the world over, I am .sure, snare

mv fee ing that your love awry

is unmatcnea in unuersmuvung

onA avmnnthv . i

Waxman said he also had dis.

enssed the, offer in a teleohone

eair to Soraya. However, he did

not Hisrlnsp her reaction.

He said the "ase.old tradition'

that forced the Shah to divorce
Soraya' despite the fact that they
sill were deeply in love would
make- a "fine dramatic story"
unequalled since the romance of
the Duke and Duchess of Wind,
''Your photographs evidence
your beauty," Waxman told the
princess in his letter. "A young
worn a tr-with-your eduea tion and
experience in public v life must

have many of the talents required

tor acting."

Venezuela Blames

Perez Jimenez'
(UP) Venezuela officially to today
day today put most of the blame
for 1 yesterday's attacks ort
Vice President Richard ;' M.
Nixon on followers of ousted
dictator Gen. Marcos Peres
Jimenez, who is now In exile
in Maml'-'i:::T.'''";:"':: i.
Venezuelan charge d'af-
t aires Ed uar do Costa deliver delivered
ed delivered a note to. the State De Department
partment Department this morning. Re Reliable
liable Reliable sources said the note
charged that Perez Jimenez'
followers attempted to em embarrass
barrass embarrass Nixon and the Unit United
ed United States. The note said the
Venezuelan government was
pursuing investigations to see
if other elements were in involved.
volved. involved.
This presumably was a re reference
ference reference to Communist ele-'
ments. One of the leaders'
who took part Jn last Jan January's
uary's January's Moody uprising against
Jerez Jimenez was a Commu Communist.
nist. Communist.

The President Was receptive to
suggestion bv the Washin

Evening. Star that there be a big
turnout to greet Nixon tomorrow
when the vice president is" ached.

uiea to return.
A Star reporter noted that his

newspaper was carrying a front

page 1 editorial suggesting that
government workers be turned out
to show that the people here like
Tho President broke In with a
smile and said ho was one of
those who like Nixon.
He said that if his schedule per.
mitted he hoped to do something
special like go to the airport to
meet Nixon because of bis ad.
miration for Nixon's calmness, for.
titude and courage in very trying
circumstances. 1 v i '"

the anti-American' demonstrations

arouga me world. ;
He said he thought t,h C.nm

munist were capitalizing on 1st-

ent unrest.

The President said that t h e

possibility of hostile dpmnnstrj.

tions against Nixon on his South

American tour had been discussed
in aadvance of the trip.j

But the President said no
ono had anticipated the violence
which occurred in Caracas yes.
He aaid, there never had bean
any thought, however, of can.
taling any part of the tour be.
cause of the anti-American out.
The President also said he ex.
pected Nixon to go ahead with his
plans for a European tour later
this year. He said he wouldn't
think of canceling those plans. Nor
did he believe Nixon would think
for a mjnute of doing so lust be because
cause because of any possibi'ity. of hostile
demonstrates there. .-s -v :.

Kihcoid To Attend
At Atlanta Pen

Joseph I. Kincaid, United States
Marshal, is leaving, the Isthmus
the May 17 to attend a ; United
States Marshals Conference which

will be held at the Federal Pen.

itentiary at Atlanta, Georgia on
the May 26 and 27. Four more
such conferences will be held i in

succession at conveniently, located

nlaces through out ?' the United
States. L. William. P. Fuller, De-

inity,"'will be temporarily in-charge

until the Chief Deputy, r. H. Bren-

na, row on ive be returns on or

about May 25. .

Negro Editors llix v
Ike's Person:! Pba
For Forebesrance. :
Negro leaders' were expected to
make formal today their reject
tion of President t Eisenhower's ;
personal plea to them for.
"patience and forebearance in
their fight for equality..,

They were expected to. do so in

a policy statement to be issued

at the closing session of the -two.

day meeting of Negro leaders

sponsored hv the National News.

paper Publishers Assn., a ; Negro
organization, i ;-

, The group also was slated

to make awards .to the nine Ne.

gro s'ltden' who at'pnHed Cen.

trai pish School at Little Rock,

Ark.. f'Mnn" tne inte'ratmn crisis

Uat fall and, this spring. Thp-s'i-

dents were not exnecteo, to'

be present in o e r i o n Other

awards were to go to' singer
Marion i Anderson and t on ms

cm'on Althea Gibson, ; v?

The President in- a sneech to the

erouo yesteMnv said more ; and

Mtpr e'catinn- wm more Im.

norf."t 'n f'ti Wte of the

!w" in NeBros' fiht for efiual.

itv. ."e sai4 hw are n"cwsarr :;

but "Iws thmsel"es wWi never

solve the "Hihiems" which are so

close : to "the human heart."-; f

I st nifht the erouofs 1 civil

rioMj workshon returned a reuort

pslljn fnr "snr.pd un" aHvir,

tw!rd f a 1 n I n g more riphfs.

Ch?riPi H. ,nph. v woritiir rh"if

nn nxi" i"i"asrn editor of tM
rnyptH rn h pt, $ i 4
h reconrAenH)tion "undouhtpd 1

ly" W0l'u hi nnA, '.c .-.! ,i
np"; r Adam- Clayton powelT Jt i
'D-NY). who has been indictei!

for irrome tsx evasion, was ft-

ted to address todav meet.

t F .Willcin,. NACB exci'tf
secretary, chorge-' t s f B'rht
to loud nnhii. tbt the ind; -t.
ment against Powell was enin.
eered by "cert in politicat sour.
. j tt :j i A k...

he did not name, wanted to si.
lence PowpII us a "fighter far
Negro rights." J

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Pecently suggested anyone "could become'-' Canal pilot
through a two weeks correspondence course. This may be a mite
r.j atnhul hut mnmm nl nur miln nllflt ftnrf Sll tit their SH1US

jttiAjTACbUltu, wuh ui
; ives think that only a genius

TPW pUOtS WHO, Judging iromxneir uunversauuiuu iwwaj, uuui
"eui rate a high school diploma. Uncle Sam deserves a lot of
; eredit for being daring enough to let them take a ship through.
Tie brain that said Panama could not run the Canal could be
', Justus right as the brain' who said the same thing about Egypt
'ffSuea. '"-''' :v.': : f" V' .', . .
I hear much at our Armed 'Forces orientations about being
iftmrteous and using tact when dealing with other nations, but
fl-rfm in Panama our sovereign Canal Zone brothers have shown
5aek of desire to be a good : ueighborr This -Whus Wright"
rtsH Box, my 6) is about as wrong as he can get, and is the
pUe of idiot who causes emotions to flame between the two
-Thought for the Day" "should remember that Uncle Sam is
V 1 1- i t.vt- r m1-- minv rnj!t.iiV Rut to Hungarians.

-Pelts, East Germans, Turks and
nore learsome.


r ... f th. ipinnrf t.fttments. the Arias rebuttal, the,

-ffinf plantings on the Canal zone and other recent high Jinks
Jufaould be well-taken to recap the Panama-Panama Canal
HMsiness clearly and objectively, once for all, &
From Its inception, and note the direct quote used here, the
bastard republic" -of Panama was steeped to
Wn as now; as a victim pf the old-guard, moneyrgrabbing, landk
lowing families whose origins trace to Granada and, the day oi
the lwd-granfc but more recently (1900) as a simple undeve op-
- ed I laid, much the same as today, which held promise as a juicy
plum for the private sharpers of the day. v
Dicky Arias speaks of Bunau-Varllla too lightly He i uses the
tlrm cWif engineer of the French Project too ..lg-?"'
was merely titular, perfunctory.. In .actuality, Philippe Bunau Bunau-Varlila
Varlila Bunau-Varlila was the chief creditor of the French Company- Further
he wis publisher of Paris' famed daUy Le Mathv A shrewd
. speculator and possessor- of a French crhninal record. He was
Ktarrcd to by an American statesman (Ellhu Root) as a member
Bunau-Varllla quietly engaged New .York's top lawyer and I Rep Rep-S
S Rep-S olVdaV,' W. N. Cromwell Apprising Crom Crom-wKto
wKto Crom-wKto eS-K-'bfifeM of continuing the constructlori
of the canal'oniy under UJB.-auspices, Bunau-variUa quickly
fiund anXSmweli, by giving $6000a "rectlyto the Rep Rep-ublican'campalgn
ublican'campalgn Rep-ublican'campalgn furtd of 1900. was able to block the proposed
Sffiac-project which was a plank. in the Republican
PlatAnd furthethRepubllcans under Roosevelt were swung
, by Cromwell into seeing the feasibility' ota4tflf rronnh hail hperl wnrklnn. Tn 1901. the

-Isthmian-Canal Commissiotf was

valued the .unused rights of me, rrencn company . y
- Bv some strange coincidence, that was the precise sum the
French cr more particularlVBunau-VarUla claimed vthe rights
to be worth. Suffice it to say, this sum wfts paid, by the U.S.
through J J. Morgan and Company of New York to the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the defunct company, most of whom areunknown even
to now (However,, during the ensuing scandal which arose out
ef this tymt." Roosevelt admitted that Cromwell told him who

j This then; and I've been' brief, cleared- the way for Bunau Bunau-Varllla
Varllla Bunau-Varllla and Cromwell to move ahead in theif speculative venture
with the new project, but now s under the banner, , One
stumbling block remained t New Granada Colombia). ifl


. Kna.ra.r.fti lv mneie irom Manama, sua cuiiaiucieu

hm. Tsthmiia ah her own. But
the few moneyed families of the

his aid after realizing the possiDinues, ana wira xnis cuque
organized the. commoners into picking up the brickbats and
fighting an enemy that wasn't even there. The classic synthetic
revolution of modern history. The uprising, of November 3, 1903.
Furthermore all hands were secure in the knowledge that
TJJ5. warships had been dispatched to the'' scene J to quell the
possibility of "any disturbance."; The "revoltf was such a farical
character that Joseph Pulitzer's lamed New York world correct
ly foretold of it and gave the date it was to begin well before the
whole business started. In furtherance, as a matter for all the
so-called Panamanian patriots to think about, "credit for the
entire revolution was Dublidy taken by Bunau'-Varila (a Frettcht

man) j who with CromweU (an American) actually plotted the
whole affair."-;-''
And so it was. that this unimportant little backward body
land, became a "Republic." But hot before the same little groua

of unscrupulous wealthy landowners had taken full command
and. Bunau-Varilla staewdly had himself named as ambassador
to Washington from Panama, a move for the continuance .'of
Brtnau-Varilla's gain but which was to cause great consternation
to the old-guard clique.
' is true, as Dicky states, Bunau-Varllla : returned to
Xishington and single-handedly, without authority from, the
new formed Panamanian Government, signed the Panama treaty
".Tith Secretary -of state John Hay tformer secretary to Abraham
Lincoln) after only three days of talks. Signed it exactly as he
""-nted'it and presumably as Mr. Hay wanted, it for America.
. -Xhe original "Panama Canal Company of America" was form formed
ed formed "by August Belmont, Kuhn, Loeb and' Company and. clerks in
Cromwell's law office in New York, and this new company re received
ceived received 15 million dollars of the original 40 million paid by the
government through Morgan and company.
While It must be questioned as highly unethical this must
also be mentioned as but another phase in the whole messy

, Duuness oi wis ranama anair.
Yet, on another hand, it must also be submitted that as of
now, today, the maintenance of the old Status Quo is still be being
ing being carried on by the original handful of wealthy families with
but few changes here on the Isthmus. It is the common practice
of the old-guard wealthy Spanish families. Every Spanlsh-con-
; trolled country on the face of the earth points up the evidence.
The five percent do the running, the 95 percent the grubbing.;
Some 95 percent of the Panama population, Including the
pitifully poor West Indians, have been successfully propagandiz-
. ed and hoodwinked into believing what the five percent wishes
them to believe and to accept. Students plant their national
emblem on Zone grounds in a fit of youthful' temper. It is an
Inbred thine to do. (Hardly any worse an exhibition than the
sp-called ."panty and bra raids" in the U.S. schools, though.)
Shibboleths and phrases such as equal pay for equal work have
been successfully put into the mouths of the 9S percent
' And yet a single turn of the head will show the wages paid
In Panama and its interior by the five percent. The 95 spit out
of their mouths exactly what is wanted by the five paradoxical paradoxically
ly paradoxically the 95 walk the streets of Panama or more particularly in
Colon wondering if they can get up the rent for their disgust disgust-to?
to? disgust-to? ack!',,Fab "take" to get back to Jamaica or retrench
Into the still-undeveloped Panama Jungle. ;
Here then is a capsule look t this Panama business.1 An
imfortunate picture. And here, thanks to this .open column, in
the midst of the heated debates, name throwings and regret regrettable
table regrettable episodes, has been the opportunity to perhaps hook the
tail on the eorrect donkies in an effort to clear the air.
v.. Panama Historian

can lill a pilot's Job. There are a

so on there is a Russian bear
Mostly Right.
formed and that hMy m turn
Bunau Varllla gathered together
Isthmus who came eagerly to

Labor News

Although sabre tongued New
Dealer Jim Carey, of labor's hisn
command, is in his cups, the Worn
en's Christian .Temperance union
has no jurisdiction. These cups are
not lor toasting Dut jor. roasting.
They are three loving cups. And
they are inscribed for three Re
publicans Senators Barry bold.
water. Kal Mundt and Carl Curtis.
But none of these inscribed cuds
runnetn over witn Kinaness, exact
ly, for the GOPers. The engrav
insj say "'For outstanding per.
formance as business agent for
Kohler Co." and from then on
continue with insults to the com
The loving cups are m Carey's
office, which is the presidency ol
the International Union of Electri
cal Workers. Carey has directed
his Secretary.Treasurer. Al Haru
nett, to -present the cups shortly
and would love to nave it done on
the floor of the Senate. But there
is a rule about being elected first
before setting on those boards.
Second choice appears to be one
of the upcoming McClellan Com.
mittee hearings though Barry
Goldwater and his Republican col
leagues might relish, exchanging
insults and philosophies in less au
gust surroundings. ; :
-This intrusion of the bitter cups
of .Jim Carey into the. bitter feud
between Walter Jteuther and his
critics es no jdle mocking gesture.
When Carey spends money on Re-
pubLcans in any fashion, there is
long range strategy involved, ine
euni are nirt of Carev's own cam
raisn to arouse all labor to the
support of the Auto union i ngnr
against the automobue industry
these coming months.
It is Carey's belief and he is
saying so to all other union chiefs
that as Reuther goes so goes
all labor. It is Carev's thought that
if Reuther loses this summer, all
union bargaining drives will fail
And labor will lose on the Con.
gressional front. L
Carey has said that the oppon.
ents of Reuther on the political and
industrial fronts have recognized
this and. therefore, are concentrat
ing on the Auto Vnion chief. Carey
told this to the International U-
nion oi Electrical ,; Workers'. Exe-
tive Board in Philadelphia s the
other Saturday, when he put be.
fore them a letter to Reuther con
taining a $2000,000 gift to the Auto
Union.'-i"."."";-,;, m-?.1-'
The board approved the gift
not alone to help the Auto Union
make up some of its operating de.
ficlt, but in the hope that otner
unions would move, in behind Reu.
ther. Thus he, showdown would
be between all labor and the auto
industry..";. ix-.' Ol -1-'.
' This strategy is intended, also,
to meet the charge of radicalism
being pitched at Reuther's red
head. v :
Reuther. of course, is aware of
the. weakening effect .of s u c h
charges. Recently ht telephoned
.Carey and during the conversation
said: '-, t
''How is it you can present to
611 t demand for: profit sharing
in '55, and repeat your demand in
'58 and be free of attack, and yet
when we present a demand for
profit' sharing similar to y o u r s
some people call it socialism?"
Carey replied: ..
''Would you rather have them
ignore your demands as they did
ours or characterize them as thev
did yours?"
' They went on to discuss their
mutual campaign against General
Motors. It has generally been ov.
eriooked thai Carey's union has
some 35.000 members on the rost roster
er roster of GM's appliance and auto
plants. Layoffs haves-cut these
down to 22.000 actually working.
. For weeks now, although the
spotlight has been on the bigger
The world's biggest manufac manufacturer;
turer; manufacturer; of radio-phonographs
now offers you a most com complete
plete complete assortmentTwelve dif different
ferent different models 4o choose
from! t
Drop in for a demonstration
and you will be enchanted.
Credit facilities and special
' duty-free prices for the
.. , Canal Zone.
Central 26-109 Calldonla

"Any. One

;.'.".. .;-''-X?k. v 7lJ.K!g.r;'. i VfA- f-"

The most beautiful author in' the
world has just 1 written a ; book
which makes me ashamed pf my
own inadequacy with words. I still
shake my head .and wonder where
the learned the words, the form,
the styles the richness of. percept
Hon. .' .,
If you think' this isn't a ravet
vou're wrong. A dame named Lei.
la Hadley iias produced a. tome
for Simon and scnuster t ib y wnicn.
for sheer manipulation of the Eng.
lish language lit its stratospheric
sense, rivals the richness or win
ston Churchill' and Rebecca West.
For acute Deception in far places
Somerset Maugham couldn't ear.
ry her handbag. -V','
The book's' name Is V Give' We
the World." i .',-,-
, Leila Hadlev was a nrettv mix-
ed.up kid less than 2i years ago
she got her first real joV ts my
secretary.' when I "was an (older
mixed-irp kid just .moving into
New York.
She was so pretty she distracted
me from the wtfrk I didn't know
how to do; and anyhow I got'bustr
union. Carey and his colleagues
have been in. Detroit, off and on',
negotiating with GM- askmg for
virtually the same package sought
hv- thn Autn -Workers -Union. The
difference is In some-phases of the
nrofit-sharing plan for which
Carey has been asking for years
. Fact is that Carev's union has
won such profit sharing plans
from many companies around the
land. Now he reckons that if he
can rally all labor around Reuther
and the Auto Union, they, c an
brmk Into the big time..
Thus Carey has started his cam campaign
paign campaign within a campaign) (But ma.
ny things happen between the -cup
and the lip. .
ii if if

h i r -rrr. ;

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at f ,.:ces and tl;1: cv:r

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ofEm Pick Your Summit"

Wonderful .Words
By EOB RUARK ; .; :

ed and had to fire her for ciuse--
lack of money. This has nothing
to do i with the book that you will
be seeing on the'stands about! now.
Pardon; for the personel injec injec-tin,
tin, injec-tin, but rl would: dust off my old
lady if she wrote bad, and so here
I offer a compliment from -a man
-(me), who has nearly- blinded him.
self with mother people's prose. L
No lesser a' fellow .than Ernest
Hemingway ,has said that Isak Di.
nesen ("Out; of Africa" ''SeVen
Gothic Tales") is the best descrip descriptive
tive descriptive writer alive. I claim that Leila
Hadley; whom I have ndtseen. silk
she took : off to investigate "the
world years ago, is a better des descriptive
criptive descriptive writer than Isak Dinesen.
And Leila is more than 45 years,
yourtget than, Isak Dinesen.r'wKh
considerably less practice with the
pen,; y ; '
Further compliment: I Was hav,
ing a ball with-' a i. lot of fine', row;
Av fripnili at thi ffri in Sevfllp
Spain, where everybody sits uo all
night and has 'chocolate and buns
at 8 a.m. or later. I went to bed
mlv thre straight nigh because
I wanted to see how Leila was
gettim? on with her "story,; This
earned me a great reputation as
S verv dull dog, but a griter
reputation as mart cam!back
from the feria looking fairlly heal healthy.
thy. healthy. t
n I suppose von could 'all Hadiey's
book a travelogue; but so is
lot of Maulj9r w" WN of
Rebeqca st, so w Nslev Far.
sn tnif ""Sailing Directions'? and
Mreo Polo.
But'thi i a ti-ovptoffiiK to-whet
your teeth for all the far niei.
nd to tnpVe von hptft voursel' ffr
being stuck where vou are.' Ani.
in wt! rase, W vou'"e been mt
of the "'"cm where 7jP,,," tvcW
flonbTv ht vorelf for 'not
having, -worked harder. 1 : 1

wiki rsrin

''I ' JS.1) t

If m Hiriiiriieiof H (oir!!

Most' of the places 'she's hiui

Colombo, Indu, Hong Kong I've
seen before, but. not from the fresh
cat's-eyes of Leila Hadley, the
eternaily : curious dame.' Nor have
I ever bent -verb to replace an
adjective as well, nor has. anybody
else I've read-in the-la t 20 years.
Among her other accomplish
ments, Miss -Hadley has survived
Long-island society, English aris
tocracy, i divorce one baby, who
accompanied her around the world
when he came of post.toddling age,
a fresh husband and a two more
kids, south Africa, and a kind of
2 .year voyage 1 on- a small boat
where she and her son Klppy were
aciuauy members or the crew. The
rest .of the crew !was comprised
of four young1 rten'rShe later mar married
ried married one' ef the four who is the
sire of' her two latest hostages to
me miure. "
I am hot4 concerned wlrh,' the
piot structure 'Of 'this book.; Thf
situation. nce. there- was sufficf.
ent .bravery ta embrace it, could
have been- interesting if the author
had nnK been. suffirenW dev1oned
mental'v. to. scribble "Me .Tarzm
"on .lane.". -'
1 TJiit j yt wnt to' find out what
th t1 Mahal reaiiv. inoki li,r
what los'n? W parHn is like
aft vftn'vevgot it-des'. what is
S seU and how is a flower d
a -freh frienflv, aenuainUnceshin
with hs-lrs ad r ifling ship
tb riWoiiJty .cookmg in i
nil pnllv In storm ''r
' yon -wartt to sn""iph he Kn"V
i' language jhould be writ
te"... V
or ."Around the
WorR H E'htv Pys" if Hnhi
way, .Elsneth Huxley, and S. J.
Perelman hod fTe ,ress tfra die.
tlonarv a"d were trying their best
to succeed. r i i

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"f f"r. W
WASHINGTON- The little state
of Israel, now celeoraling her
,enth brirthday, has accomplished
miracles but faces grave problems
ahead. These problems are not
hers alone. They are the problems
of the. rest of the world from
three points of view, v
From a materialistic noint n
view,- the probiem of Arabian
oil is vital to the West. Upon it
depends the industry of France,
Britain and Western Europe.
From the point of view of peace
the 'Near East is the boiling pot
most likely to erupt in war. It
has erupted twice since V-E Qay
.From the humanitarian point of
view, we of the Christian world
even the Moslem world have
a moral obligation ofr the murder
of 6.000,000. Jews in Germany. Our
minimum obligation is to ensure
the 'Jews peace in : the anci'.nt
land. v - -
Most people, have forgotten that
it was during Kitto that unti-Jew.
ish hatred was planted in the the-Arab
Arab the-Arab world, Looking through the
file of my old columns I find the
pn-Aug...-2.V 194Q I. milished the
secret testimony, of Walter S"heL.
lenberg, chief of HiMer's SS fo foreign
reign foreign espionage, In which he told
U.S. examiners, how h hH hnon
ordered bv Himmler in 1942 to
nay,-the. Grand Muftrof Jerusa.
lem to s'lr no anti.Jewish wo-in
Hitleri $150,000 hv .Tussolini.
oniciicu.ieig lunner tesuiieci;
"The mission carried alone one one-half
half one-half hundrpdwpif ht in cmM rnino
tumnf i ,kn,,.n.J 1. Tn H:L- I
and ten thousand m U.S. dollars.' I
.The. TJublic. -has also frogetten
that Hitler's campaign of terror
against the Jews started in 1933
and. continued while we f the
Christian world looked on, blase
aan nine concerned. v
: We (did nothing until other, reli religions,
gions, religions, and other lands began to
eel the imprint of his, ha'e, AnJ
for at. least a year after the war
started, certain American diplo diplomats
mats diplomats tried to keep secret the grue gruesome
some gruesome reports which came into
the State Department of Nazi con concentration
centration concentration camps, the presecution
ine j starvation, me eventual tran.
ition' locai chamhprs and nn
faeories... ,.
These are. memories which we
of the .Christian world have for-
fffltten.i JpwS ran npuer fnront
They constitute a reason why the
resi .oi me -r worm, mciuomg me
Moslems (also descended from the
prophet .Abraham), have deep,
unpaid obliaation tn thu." Jewish
people. r, &. '.' 1
:'j.he most complete way to make
that, restitution 1 is to bring -peace
in the Near East, The. Jews have
already, made greatt sacrifice 1 to
establish a homnlafid. .What rthrv
need now -is peace. ( i
. FnithArmn) w nt th ftiriafian
world have an obligation to bring
peace to mat par oi me world
where he whose religious precepts
we proiess to ioiiow nrsi taugnt
peace on earth, good will to men.
W llfivn?t. fnllnuraH it tnvivliapA
else -in the world. We can begin
at least, wnere he taught.
From a monetary viewpoint, the
foreign minister of Italy, Dr. Gui Gui-seppe
seppe Gui-seppe Pella, suggested a construc constructive
tive constructive course toward peace when
hp rnnfprrpd with .Tnhn Fnctar
Dulles in Washington last year.
reiia recauea wnat most Ame Americans
ricans Americans have forgotten, that under


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Everywhere you go there is
a conveniently placed
LUCAS Agent specially
equipped and with trained
staff at your service., In
this district we are privi privileged
leged privileged officially to represent
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the terms of the Marshall Has,
Western Eur
r - vtj
must begin to pay off their Mar-;
shall Plan loans. Pclla proved
that this monpv hp remvotaA
jointly, to reconstruct and stabil stabilize
ize stabilize the Near East,
Medltprranpan nations nn.-U
!join the United States in building
iuu(iuuu nujecu. ana -omcr puo-
wors io neip Doui the Arab
states and Israel to realize their'
interdependence, break down the
barriers of prejudice t and bring
peace. ... i
This is part of the idea 'Harry
Truman was working on when he
left the White House. Foreign Mi Minister
nister Minister Pella woutd also extend co co-ODerative
ODerative co-ODerative Frpnch Italian a
irican reconstruction aid to- the
AraDS ot worm Africa where
French Aloprian hit.tsin k-,.
so disupted the world.
Basically the two' ideas are i-
dentical the idea of euUifU n.
tions cooperating with Near East Eastern
ern Eastern nahnne tn not thorn in tu.
habit of1 working together. 1
" Arab bitterness toward Israel Is
such that this wodld not be easv.
ui- u mere as unity and .deter .determination
mination .determination in thm-raet At th .u
especially from Russia ; it
wum yc accompiisnea. ;
Back' in the days of the Greek
and Roman empires 60,00,000 peo people
ple people lived in this area," 'Mi.) Tru Truman
man Truman once: told "Now there
are about 25,000,000 all because
Of war. snenininn or. J th. j.
.if i.-e eit irrigatftm works Tlgri!J inA. the Ruphrates.
The people of Israel and the
nat?L,,re both Semiticihe
'cl,-,: iney are an related if
you go back M the days of A A-braham.
braham. A-braham. Our woblem is to make -?i!m
that they need each
It will take more' skilful .diplo .diplomacy
macy .diplomacy then we are exhibiting to today
day today to Dut arrnsi thi i,l l,t
it can be put across. If placed on
v..c 6cuu ui u,e summit comer comer-ence.
ence. comer-ence. it would be an important
test of Russian sincerity.
For it Russia and the West can
agree to keep arms out of the
Near East, pot to cut each other's
throats over" Near East1 oil, and
not to play Arabs off against Jews,
then the Arabs should settle down
to What ran ha a mm.nk.....
lJ fnendsHip in the corner-- of the
cuuerranean wnere Christ first
taught the world to strive fo
Peace on earth,, good will to
men,, but which has been torn by
war ever since. ,
manufacturers in
country. ; ;
In "all battery and car
electrical matters, wo
have "special facilities and
equipment to give you rapid.
skilled .and
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Nf A Sftff CorraiawaW

Cristobal High, Junior High
List Names For AB Honors

The principal of Cristobal Jun.
ior-Senior High. School hs ( an an-nounced
nounced an-nounced the honor, roll (or the
fifth sixth-week gTading period'!
As before, the Senior class led ui
percentages' with 31 per cent on
the honor roll. The Sophjmore
c'ass was second with 28 pr cent
of its members making this hon honor.
or. honor. : '
The 'K" honor roll 1 i 1 1 s the
names" of Carol Agee and Lesley
Berger in High School, anl the
Junior High roll listed Michael
Bum, Carol Bruland, Robert Ev.
ans and Joanne Tang.
The High. School "B" 1 h o nor
roll listed the names of 67 s t u.
dents.-Thes are by grade:' ;
Grace Argo, Janet Argue, Les Les-ter
ter Les-ter Bailey, Steffi Beck, Marie
Bleakley, Clovis BricKins,, Alfred
Chan, Ronald Chin, Acao Chonga,
Wendy Cotton, Alivia Donahue, El.'
len Fussleman, Loretta Hirsch.
feld", Virginia Kleefkms Carl
Lew, Colleert Salter and Arilia Vi Vi-nas.
nas. Vi-nas.
Beth Bialkowski. John Boseman,
Karen Coate, Ronald Frankel. Ju Judy
dy Judy Griffon, Elizabeth Halloran,
Martha Johnson, Pat Lawson, Su Su-zie
zie Su-zie Lloyd, Esther Miller, Jean
Seaman, Gloria Toledano, Leroy
Werlein, and Claire White.



li'wouu ana inapeVine:,A cosmme
" p-i-iy ou th Aaican locauon ne
, oi a ne w turn it t reporied, Drouiihi


k: k'lvnn is a iVlOSieiu uiuiub

jonn riuiioat as a Japanese giant;

Uarryl ilahucit as a iSouta Amen
z can gaucho" anu someone who pusa.
lit. ed a tilm writer mo a swimming
pool at tfte netgnt ot festiviues,
As ltocal Aincan, natives nav
muuered before: '
"Th whites are restless
Iight.,, 1
Tony Franciosa may be .calling
" for wife Shelley Winters .thrown
" inglrm before he completes 'JThe
- Naked Maja'V with Ava Gardenr
in Spain. 1
. -When h.e was -signed,' the film
hniit Knain'a greatest paint.

fn, Irancisco, Goya. ,Btit ih sdrhe
. 'oehihd-the,scenes intrigue; Ava
turned the plot accent on er role

of the Duchess oi aids uu

Tpny is .mad, mad Maai

f' :b6lLYW00D has the wrong i.

1 ea about that jaiemeu iamuy vi
Paul Newman, bride Joanne,. Wood Wood-;
; Wood-; ward and her month.old Oscar.
, 'We don't want to be a 'Mick 'Mick-.
. 'Mick-. v 1 and Minnie Mouse' acting

- team?-Newman gays. Movlemak.
, trs enculfed them with co.starring

, film ideas over since tneir marn
, ., t

T "Eighty per cent of the scipts
- "mvin t th house are for both We're,flatterH but we're
i t JJmi I1t fAI

rot going io i ''
- the nake of working together. A
Broadway nlay wouldi be : differ.
r.t we'd like to do "ood wi"
- Now emotinif in MGM's "Cat
On wot Tin Tnof." Newmn nas
: Hi Killv the Kid har"rftion
tn "Tri T,eft'Handed Gun", about

o 1o be released.

' (lijEAK-HoUy mad, glamorous clothes in a mo.

It is. Not to mention Rosalihd

Russell,who can light up a movie

set without help from he electa-cians.


. IT'S ALL SET I for Dick Powell
to rejoin the record warbles. He He-will
will He-will wax a 12-side album at thP

best songs of. the last 25 years. It

was a years ago that boy crow
er Dick wowed the nation.

Movie director Powell, by the
way,1; may fwtn s'ome' kind of, an
twatd or:directing the LOUDEST
movie scene of 1958. It's in VThe
Hunters," story, of jet .fighter pi.
lots in Korea, armed with mike
and. camera, he photographed .48

r oo ana a. 1 84 jets roaring off
an Air Force field near Phoenix,
Ariz. L

Rafael Arosemena, Maurice
Belangcr, Judy Butler, Ellen Clute,
Jean Dockery,-Peter Ender, Mi.
chelle Fernandez, Judy Gray, Em.
ily Hearn, Felix Karplnski, Shir Shir-ley
ley Shir-ley Llttletdn. Charles Lyew Frank
McLeod, Jim McGlin, Jim Palum.
bo, Carolyn Peck, Gerogia Smith,
Marion Smith, Arlene S t r a i 1 1,
James Will, and William Will

Jay Bialkowski, Tom Billison,
vrnnlr Rlennerhassett. R a d y

Coate, Sharofl Cooper, Thomas
Drohan, Sally Eisen Andrea Gre.

bien, Gary Irving, atnenne au

cikas, Cecilia Lelaidier, Elizabeth
Limkemann. Li via LiDDincott.

Giles Martin, Ann McCletUnd, Mi
chael Metcalf. Leo Sanchez. James

Sanial, and Carl Watson.

There were 34 Junior H i t h

SchooL students on the "B" hon hon-or
or hon-or roll. They are listed by grades

Jean Allan, Nildo Aponta. Nan Nancy
cy Nancy Ch a phe, Joseph Coffin, Eliza.
betbyDrydale, Elizabeth Hanna.
Pamela Magazin, Hilda Riefkobl
Wanda Scott, Pat Stez, Jean Van
Der Heyden, John Wanio. Iiarry
Wilder, James Willord, and Tom Tom-my
my Tom-my Wilson.


Elaine Asbury, Amalia Cabanil Cabanil-las,
las, Cabanil-las, Eunis Friese, Herman Henri Henri-queZj
queZj Henri-queZj Harriet Hewitt,. Benuce Hill,
Jack Holcomb, Patsy Lee, Yvonne
Lelaidier, Ricky Maedl,;Tula Mar Martina,
tina, Martina, Rene Owen, Mary Paris, E.
lizabeth Pearson,: Diane Roscoe
and Zandra Zimmermann ; ;

' RAUB, Malaya UP) -. The

wives of two European superin

tendents, trapped with 10 of their

men in a flooded gold mine here

had to be restrained yesterday

wnen they attempted to. enter the

mine v in search of their 1ius-

bands. Relatives had to carry

away the wives of J. S. Fergu Ferguson
son Ferguson and Jies Mc0vllough, after
they trite' to; riw4 t ladder

into the mine where the 12 men

were traoDed Saturday by waters

or an unaereround stream tc:
leased W a blast. Officials yester.

nay ? virtually abandoned hope

mac me men would be rescued

In Of Lords
C:rcn Ccold Sii '.

(UP) A Roman Catholic monk
who succeeded to the estate and
title of a 435-year.old Barony
said yesterday he would go on

living the austere life of his
cal'ing. 1

The Rev. Peter Hubert Girdon

Gilbey inherited the title of Baron
Vaux of Harrowden on the death
Sunday of his mother. The Bar
oness,' who held the title in her

own- right, died of g heart attack
at the age of 70.
.; 'i. ; ', '.; ;
- Don Gabriel, as the new haifin

is known to the Benedictine com

munity of St., Albans in Warring

ton, saidyesterday : "I have my

auues ;i snau-return to my
' -;:";'),',:5!':m :. r Ia,
the decision "meant that In.
stead of managing the family
estate v and living the life of a
country squire.s the 44.year.old
baron would continue his priestly
devotions, living part of tne time
in an austere monastery of the
Benedictine order, The manage,
ment of the estate and Harrow Harrowden
den Harrowden Hall, near this town in York
shire, will be left to the baron's
brother, John, 43 .-; w
:. . ,.,.i.y..'- ;.r. f.
rithe- baron's father is MVilUani

uoraon uuDey, head of wines

and spirits firm. He and the

baroness were married in 1911.

it was considered unlikely that

tne new baron wuld exercise his
right to sit in the House of Lords.

The record books do not indicate
whether a Catholic priest ever
sat in the house although a high
authority said there is nothing to

prevest mm irom doing so.

CALERA, Ala. (UP A muni,
tions truck collided with a train
here yesterday, scattering several
hundred 105 millimeter shells over
an entire city book. No shells
exploded. Police said the truck
was torn in half but the driver,
R. T. Lindbon of Indianapolis,

was not hurt.

NEW YORK, (UP) -Reynolds
Metals Co. yesterday, announced a
40 per cent production cut at its
Jones Mill aluminum reduction
plant at Little Rock, Ark., and a
30 per cent cut at the Sherwin
Alumina plant in Corpus. Chris ti,
Tex. Spokesmen said the cutbacks
designed to bring production into
line with demand, will aftect some
425 workers. ....

MORPETH. Eng'and (UP) -Mrs.
Mary Ellin Tomlin vc;d
today she would not let her li li-month
month li-month old girl triplets out of hef
sight soon again. While tv ?
mother wasn't looking. 1 i 1 1 te
Joyce, Jacqueline and Joan cla -n.
bered on a table and shared t
contents of a bowl J. gold goldfish.
fish. goldfish.


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Overheard: "She's crazy about
sports., Just show her any old dia
mond and she'll play ball."

LONDON (UP) The British

Overseas Air ways Corp. (BOAC)
has disclosed plans for the re re-turn
turn re-turn of the Comet jet airliner on

a dally transatlantic service be be-tween
tween be-tween London i and New .York.
Boac plans to put the latest

model uomet m into operauon
after much testing., Early models
of the jet encountered technical
difficulties and were Involved in
a .series ;of,. fatal accidents., It all
goes as planned", -the new seryice
probably m start next January,
company officials said.
iiOXF0RD',, England (UP)
ffames psbirn, of New Haven,
Conn., who Was a student at Ox.
ford University 20 years ago, has
presented f complete library of
the. late English 'no v e 1 1 s t
Joyce Cary to the university's
famed Bodleian Library, The gift,
presented during the weekend, in.
eluded 2,000 printed books; a num.
ber of first editions, manuscript
drafts and unpublished material.

neonle sav It's a class.

lc," he grinned,-"but I -dunno-it
may be TOO adult v
Orson Welles, ,,methpd' class of
, acting, 1938, and Newman, "me "me-thod"
thod" "me-thod" class of '58, met head on
, when they worked together in The
. Long Hot Summer." But it didnt
turn out to be the,, long hot acting
duel people expected. ;
- -Ad. Newman tells it:
1 -t thirtir. .at first. h distrusted

all of us. fieurhtg we were out to

, cut his throat. IBut he was ama
ed, I believe, to see us turn our
7 backs to the camera in scenes that
belonged to him.
' S. service personnel liying in Eu.
. rope will be used as extras in
i "John Paul J'ones," being filmed
k m Spain, England and Scotland.

. inai suuuiu ianc suuie ui me "ui
off the "'anti-American", : labor
charges burled against the film.

i, ' X lliFSC ilgllty ulfllA iftvc fa jaiiiwa
. : with floor-length orange Mandarin
coat Rosalind Russell wore on. the
Oscar telecast was one of her mad
"Auntie Name" getups. But brace
" yourself r? ::
- "It's a Mother Hubbard." Roz
told me, compared to the other
"hime:iilv which she- will live

. tt iin a wild faddist in ; the

- movie version of her Broadway
I nit. She'll wear 30 dmling Orry.
Kelly creations, while changing
th color of her hair seven times.
TaV it from Roz:,
"It's about-time for. some real

SUMMIT, N.J. (UP) Nobel
Prize winner Dr. Walter H. Brat Brat-laiti
laiti Brat-laiti of Chatham, N.J.,' was mar married
ried married during the week end to Mrs.
i Roland B Miller of Walla WalW
Wash.; Brattain, now a research
rhvsicist for Bell Telenhone-Co
Laboratories, Murray Hill, N.J
awarded the Nobel Prize in



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-Mrs Thomas L. Harrold, wife of Maj. Gen HamU, win
be W honored iuest at a tea given by the Army Oflicer'
?viiM ClSbi of the Atlantic and Facific area tomorrow af;

tf moon at the
Fort Amador
ntil 4 o'colck.- 4,
Mil Ren.
Harrold wUI leave on May 28
Pr.siB.nt Ernest d la Guardla
Raceivts CrecVantials
Ambassador from Honduras -And
Minister From Austria
Dr.tNestor Bermudez Meza, the
new Ambassador of Honduras t o
Panama, presented his.creden ls
to President Ernesto de la Guar,
dia-aiid Foreign Minister Amjilrao
Boyd-at ceremonies here.
Immediately the President nd
Foreign Minister received the ere.
dntffi of Dr. Rodolfo Baumann,
minister of Austria tf Manama.
v French Ambassador Entertains i
For lit. Col. and Mrs. ArioW
. The' Ambassador of .France.,. In
... .ml Mrs. Lionel Vasse en.
tertained at a dinner Sunday, eve-1
ring at the Embassy "ioence m.
hMorfof Lt. Gov., and Mrs, Hugh
Aroold. The Arnolds re leav,
ing tip Isthmus in July-
Balbwa Lions Leave For" t
Convention In Nicaragua
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley: M Kenne Kennedy,
dy, Kennedy, Pascuale MonacoGlen .T.
leaves tomorrow to attend the inn
District Lions Convention -to -Ml
Mgua. Nicaragua.. Mr; WUber is
the director of public r elations on
the staff of Lions Governor. Anas
ind Mr" Kennedy h chairman of
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for the united Mates.
Fort Clayton NCO Wivoa Club
The Fort Clayton NCO Wives
Club at a recent business meeting
Tuesday evening elected a om om-mittee
mittee om-mittee to nominate new officers
for the next business meeting. Ap
pointed to the Committee were Ju Julia
lia Julia Browning, Helen Shannon, Pat
Swanson. and Joy Blond. Cake and
coffee was served following ; the
meeting, j ; v i
Mrs Lenore Freyer wks welcom
ed as a new member te the Club.
Guests were Mrs. Gsace Truscott,
and Mrs. Polly Chaves. Hostesses
ior the evening were Helen Shan-
on, Virginia Mos ey, Julia Brown Browning
ing Browning and Auda Villajiova.
Isthmian Numimatic Society
"A meeting of the Isthmian Nu
mismatic Society was held on
Monday evening in the Margarita
Clubhouse with 25 members and
guests present. A short business
session was devoted to the place
and time of future meeting and
the club's activity during Nation,
al Coin Week also plans f or parti participation
cipation participation in the coming nationwide
contest to be held next month prior
to the International-Convention to
be held in Los Angeles on August
16-24 of this year. Mr. Addelman
who has spent the past forty years
travelone around the back and
bush country of Colombia and his
a tollection of several nunarea
silver coins of the early Independ Independence
ence Independence era Of 1820 through 1840, Lt.
Vega of the Fort Gulick Caribbean
School displayed a collection of
large gold coins of many European
Countries." '
Albreok Offlctrs' Wives i
Hail And Farewall Coffee r
The home of Mrs. Truman ,H.
Landon made the iinal Albrook Of.
ficers' '.Wives Club Hail ind Fare Fare-well
well Fare-well Coffee of the season; truly a
memorable one. Member gather.
ed out on the patio wittr its beau,
tiful view while farewell gifts were
presented to thirty-one members
who will be leaving the Isthmus
soon. Four new members. Mrs.
Ralph F. Ives. Mrs. Letus W.
Smith, Mrs. H. Englert. and Mrs
David T. Robinette were greeted
with th traditional orcm.i Of.'L
elating .at'.thecoffee table dunn?
t.h macnine wnra Mrs. .tnnh C.
Stancook, Mrs,' Francis M. Witch.
ey. Mrs. Guy Trifoire nd Mrs.
Andrew E. Jewell, and at the
Punch table, Mrs. Robert Boyce.
Under tile direction of Mrs. Rob
ert Glass the food served whs pre.
pared by the OWC members
Assitirrg Mrs. Glass were Mrs
Miles Et Burgeniieim, Mrs. James
E. Clifford, Mrs. Melville W. Mis
sail, Mrs. Keith LrWa-kerr-Mrsri
William A. May, Jr., Mrs. Bert L.
Forms, Mrs. Eduardo M. Monto
ya, Mrs. Robert E. Jarrell, Mrs.
Joseph P.? Leonelli, Mrs. Freder.
ick S. Zigan, Mrs. Charles C. Mor Morris,
ris, Morris, Mrs. Francis M. Witchey and
Mrs. Eldon L. Stevens,

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Ann Lattin's School Of Dance
Will Present Twe Recitals
The annual recitai o, Ann Lat Lattin's
tin's Lattin's School of Dance, "The Little
Show," will be presented twice
this year. The first performance
will be held at the Studio on the
second floor of the Cocoll club clubhouse
house clubhouse at 7 p.m. Friday.
The second per ormance will be
at thfr Tivoli Guest House Bal. Bal.-room,
room, Bal.-room, in conjunction with a buffet
luncheon which will follow immf immf-diately
diately immf-diately after the show. The date.
May 24, at 12 o'clock noon. Reser
vatibns for the lunch should be
made before May 23, with Mrs.
Benz at the Tivoli Guest House.
Tel. Balboa 2-2111. There is no
charge lor the show.
tach neUct fr lclule to lb
column ihenle be imMU m
lc-writl aad i'f L
Ik. k.i mimbar lUtad dail ta
i.l and 0h.rwi." er d.lirad
bv bd te Neticea
Nictifls eaa be accapted bv
talr ahmt. 1
Forty Ninrs Party
Fort Clayton Officers' Club
The Fort Clayton Officers Club
is staging a forty-niners party at
he Club Friday evemng. Mem Mem-bers
bers Mem-bers are requested to wear cost cost-Ss'and
Ss'and cost-Ss'and enjoy the bar and buf
fet. Admission will be S2.000 per
Abou Saad Templr
There will be business meet meet-ins
ins meet-ins of Abou' Saad Temple TAO TAO-&e
&e TAO-&e K. inmn Masonic Temple
Saturday beginning at 7 p.m. W
genda will mciuoe tep
mittees. barotting --
for nitiation ana
other regular business. Al mem
ber and visiting Shriners m the
area are invrwa.
Elks Ledge No. 1542
Installation Dane.
The annual
Elks Lodge
. IJi vs. nffrS will
Exaitea KUier ..o
begin at 9 p."1- on 0"fclu,
dance will De pniw pniw-Amerlcan
Amerlcan pniw-Amerlcan Legion's 3th
AnniVrry ----. ...
The American t-egiou .u
its 39th Anniversary uance
" m. i7th from 9 n.m. until
f at tne SKy noom
s i.A. rwhostra.ti
There will' be- an excellent floor
i j jL.tu-wm -Tickets are
snow inu uw. -- j
on'y one dollar per person and re.
.. l... mail hV PALI.
servawons may iuuv
ing 3-1916.
cnrrT. PAGE Nl
T special Calypso Holidiy dance
corvirp nersonnel will taKe
plkce this Saturday from 8 to .11
r ... n 11 A.m-ajI CA1U
nm t. tne flaiuoa Aijiicu of
ices YMCA-USO.
"Walter, wood's orchestra .will
provide the dance music. There
will be special entertainment, dec
orations, and retresnmenw.
ah military personnel, are in .n attend this dance -and
each of the weekly Saturday and
Sunday evening dances.-
with the duality of this product

- ...

IN the' back yard and old grape
fruit skin had fallen out of the in in-cinator.
cinator. in-cinator. It was speckled with cof coffee
fee coffee grounds.
Steven found it very attractive.
Picking k up, he first squashed
it against his face, then gave it
several exploratory licks. Appar

ently these two-year-old tests con.
urmed nis belief that he'd discov.
ered a treasure. He was delight.
edly exploring k.acain with his
tongue when his mother appear.
ed. K ; - v
. She hastily removed "the trea.
sure. Throwing it back into the
incinerator, she said, "No, no
nasty!" Then while Steven roared
his sorrow, she bore him into the
house to wash him clean of pos.
sible germs.
This kind of thing is constantly
happening to toddlers. :
We can't help it happening.' The
toddler's world is filled with old
fruit skins, cigar butts, s h a r o
sticks and other obiects which
seem as desirable to him as they
seem undesiraMe to ns. We have
to say, "No- Give it to Mommy."
' The point is. no matter how
kindly we say it, the toddler's ex-
Perience is lareelv one of disap
pearing property. His acquiring of
IF you'll observe carefully, you'll
be surprised to discover that ma.
ny women are careless about the
way their hands look. It : 1 1 n t
lust a matter of no manicure; it
IS a matter of broken, dirty
nails and skin which looks as f
they had not been scrubbed clean.
Now, admrttedly,- many of us
lead hurried : lives. But none of
us is too hurried or. harried to be
clean and to possess nails that
are filed neatly and smoothly. A
nail brush and emery boards, a
cuticle pusher and scissors are
all essential to any woman's good
grooming. i-cxr 'fi-i-iq- ::-
ll you have time for nail pol
ish, fine. It does make a women's
hands look prettier andit adds
sparKie v im rings inai sne
But if you haven't time for it.
do take timeMor the essentials of
nail care and the nightly coating
of hand lotion. It will pay off in
hands that need never hide in
ELECTRRfC shaven are a boon
to any gal. They take care of that
nasty problem f of nicking one's
legs,! creating scars that last for
dys, ,.,
a But. if for some reason, you
must use a regular razor to4have
your! less, handle it with care
Be sure you're working in a well.
lighted area. You'll have to turn
and twist in order to set the' sur.
face you re .shaving 'and y o u'll
have to be patient. If you hurry,
the razor is quite likely to slip.
It's best not to shave your legs
while: they're dry. Use a lather
cream to soften the surface and
make the razor slide along easily.
After the task is finished,-apply
an after-bath freshener or body
cologne to your legs with a lavish
EVERY woman should be effi
tit kimfol

yj WW:

f Treat your lips to that delicious, creamy

smooth comfort and beauty that

gives Discover color thaf stays true and
bright never a trace of greasiqess,
never,that "painted" lok.
" Together they do more for you . use
Cutex Nail. Polish in the same harmoniiing
. colors. The new nylon brush makes a
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new, delightful possessions is al always
ways always getting involved with their
surrender and disappearance
lt is this toddler experience
that makes it so hard for older
children to share their belongings.
They're, just no able to be sure
that they will regain -possession
of them.
So we are foolish to reprimand
the four-year old who screams
when a guest grabs her doll bug buggy.
gy. buggy. Indeed, we are pretty arbi arbitrary
trary arbitrary to reprove the seven.year.old
for refusing to lend his conduc.
tor's cap to his little brother.
It takes quite a while to ,oul 1
grow the toddler's vivid memory
of disanpearing property. '.'
So,, what property defensive
youngsters need is not moral de.
mand but time time to accumu accumulate
late accumulate many reassuryig; experiences
of their property's stability. ,
As the four.year.old. discovers
that her doll buggy is here to
stay, she becomes less apprehen.
sive about the lossof other -belonging.
As the seven-year old
learns that he really controls the
disnossl of his conductor's cap.
he begins to lose his need to as.
sert control of his roller skates,
crayons and water pistol.'; .. "v
But these developments .take
time, .time, yme. v,

cient at good g r o o m i n g. She
should be able to .shampoo and
set her own hair, end, give herself
a manicure. She should not be
completely dependent on, her hair,
dresser and thus helpless if' she
can't make it to the beauty salon
for a setting.
But, once, in a while the best
thing any woman can do for her.
self if to march into a beauty
salon; and1 shoot the works. She'll
come out feeling like a new wom woman,
an, woman, with a new and optimistc point
of view. No man could ever pos.
sibly understand why this should
be so, but it is. It's a sure cure
for a frumpy feeling and a pick pickup
up pickup for any letdown. r A 4
The next week, she may ripup
the fancy new hairdo and put it
back the old way but that doesn't
matter. It was the fun and nov,
elty of., letting someone else han
dle .we. beauty chores for once
that, really counted, v
"iMoudelioiJ J4inls
To restore the sheen to chintz
curtains, add a small piece of wax
(about the size of a walnut for
one pair of curtains) to a h 0 1
starcn solution, stir in the wax
thoroughly before dipping the cur.
i Ornamental cut or etched glass.
Ware is brighter and c 1 e a n err
when scrubbed with with a soft
brush dipped in a baking soda so.
lutiort. Rinse, then wipe with -a
solt towel. i N
To loosen tight screws or bolts,
place a few drops of peroxide on
them and' let soak in for a few
v!-'.-. 'f '''-X
Add a pinch of poultry seasoning
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tut 7"
SOME people make it a habit
to arrive everywhere at least 30
minutes late. Maybe they think it
makes them look important. But
all it does, actually, is make them
seem rude.
If you accept an invitation for
seven o'c ock don't mentally fig figure
ure figure that you'll try tq be there by
seven thirty.
TThe trapeze silhouette has left
its mark on all suits by the Paris
salon of Christian Dior. Spring
and summer suits have short
skirts and a two-piece- look even
if they are not true trapezes. A
few straight skirts are snown, but
most are bell-shaped or flared at
the hem. Shoulders ire narrow
and N tapered, and backs are
loose. j
New York designer Sophie shows
spring dresses which suggest new
silhouettes but follow Jie lines of
the ligure. "I will not create, de
signs that have only newness as
their raison d etre," she says.
"Fashion should be changeab e,
should have newness,' but it must
be flattering to the wearer. If not
flattering, I don't consider it good
The space ace Influence men's
slacks. New colors for the slacks
come with facy names, such as
"space blue," which is sky-blue;
-missile gray," described as
"dove.gray shot with ; Stardust;"
"jet-stream white;" brocket na na-vy;"
vy;" na-vy;" "eclipse black;'.', andi "co-
met brown." .''jVv-V
Black headbands are back : for
formal wear. The bands come in
velvet, decorated with bows or
jewe's. They can be worn, well
back of the hairline hairline with
bangs in front, or slightly back oi
the hairline with an upswept bouf.
fant hair style. A younger version
is to wear hair long, concealing
tne nana at tne aides, and back, :
', French designer Pierre Cardin
puts midnight bathing in the fash,
ion swim. He shows new s-w i m.
suits with long, very tight legs
for moonlight dunking.
to waffle batter when topping the
waffles with creamed chicken or
turkey. i,.- ( a u, v
0 "bake potatoes quickV flrsf
pui tnem in Douing salted water
iui xv iiuiiuiica, uiain -auu yitiKt
them in the oven.
Tomato slices will be neater
and firmer if cut from top to bot
tom instead of across.
Cover rough edget of tables
chairs, and desks with cellophane
tape to avoid snagging stockings
ana aresses.
Mom Uses Mexana On Mel
Mcxana prevented diaper rash in over
95 of hospital cases tested I No ordi ordinary
nary ordinary powder, it's medicated, analeptic,
hat absorbent cornstarch base. Clings ?
close, prevents heat rash, chafe, too.
Uxt after every change.
Medicated-Mexana Skin Cream helpt heal
detergent hands. Ita cnlle lanolin loftena
drfl parched tkih. i : . nay ;,
-dt BOTTLE Wltt
ruu on
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lrojecl Jor Jot-loo
-Operation Text Book's- founder.
IIP e"mln Ml
and othr hlnra
A patio made of loose blocks
or bricks is fairly easy, to put in
and yields much pleasure ior tne
small outlay of cash involved. In
spite of its semipermanent nature,
it holds up remarkably well..
Growth in popularity of such In
stallations is due to two things:
no skilled work such as cement
finishing is required and you dont
need a large crew to complete
the lob.
There are special patio blocks
made for the purpose. You can,
of course, use building brick, new
r used, two or three-inch-thinck

sids 01 mreevirunns, sionr; oraruen nose, wet down tne area

boken cement Jrom an old side
walk. '....!.
Cost of the project dependsj en
tirely on the material you choose.
First of all, ', plan the location
of your patio or terrace. By plac
ing it right behind the house you
will have one solid wall against
which you can build your patio
If vou ever wish to place an
awnins or roof over, it., the
support' of such i feature
read v provided. A earafie wall' al
so seves as a good Dase line ior
your planning. 1
you mav wani 10 reiocaie ruu-
bish and earbaee containers. If
that isn't possible you should think
about a fence or hedge to form
screen. (
Next, determine the islze., Plan
how much lawn furniture you .in
tend to nut on it, Put these things
nn in th area.
It's easier to visualize how mucn
spxce you'll need.
ailiiist. t.h dimensions 80 that they
will be even multiples of 15 units
vou are mnt. This will 'avoid
having to break material to size,
'f you are u'in? f asstone or bo bo-ket
ket bo-ket Tiavement this isnt necessary.
Onre izi" and location are oe-
tprminft. His out the iarth to a
Hppfh ht ennal the thlcknes of
voi'r mtriai nlus about two
in more for a : of sand
i TW i necessary if vou wnt
' nfltin fliih with cround .level.
1 If not. sim'oly turn the tonsoil
m over, level, and proceed
from ther
T von ''on't di? down for. your
natio vou'll have to nlarknn some
barrier to keen sapn nd bncks
or blocks in place. Bricks set on
Wrone; Auto -.'
IWvrtle Anrlern parked her 1951
green ; automobile next to a car
of th' tne TnoW. mV and
vear. when .ne returnen ner cr
WS PO" Tr" ownor of h oth.
er car. Mrs. rrl rollins, Had av
i.'-'on'wItTr nr rlriwpn 7fl
miles home to Svracuse an? w-
v...,.it'. ',' the deputy sheriff
telephoned her.

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Mrs. Oraee H. Barbey, seat t
Mary Shipley, at her richt,
-.. In
end in narrow rench or xedwoo
stips held, in place with redwood
stakes are but two suggested ways
to' solve the problem. : -
Spread sand,' about two inches
deep-ami. rake level. Then lay the
blocks, as. close to each other as
vou can. Check frequently with
jOnce all blocks are in place and
firmly anchored around patio'i
perimeter-strips or stakes, ae a
good idea even with a gound level
patio-sweep sand into the cre crevices.
vices. crevices. v
Witn a fine snrav ton vn,,
When dry, sweep in a little mora
sand. ;
. You'll find that. the blocks ar
quite firm.
.iThe Fond level Ptio is more'
solid, of course, than, is one above
ground. Either can be repaired
or' rearranged at will.

"I'VE been taking bridge let.
SOns because mv huahanH rucnmii

ea me if I would learn to play

uu game or Dnage he would
learn to dance.
"A month ago he admitted 1 was
pretty, good and signed up tor dane V
ing lessons. .a-, ,.r

. ine miaoje.agea woman -w h a
wu me tnab aaaect: T'Xhe funny
mug is i now love to play bride

..u iiijr uuauanu, it as proud SaVr'

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There's an obvious moral ta

' iu mxt mere are twe
morals. '
The first is thay when a wife'de.
wues -vo una out wny ner nusoand
is so tascinatea py a hobby sht

usuauy enas up as tascinated by
it as he is. The same goes for a "I
husband, the willingness to learn
pays off ,in a new interest. ,,. ; ,''
THE other is that for a couple

ue ieuy cumjiauiuuaum n nova
should make some effort to learn
to enjoy the things the other finds
. Tf ten'f AnAilcfh tnr m utm tn lAtvn ; 'I.

to share her husband's interests.

Vrli.i. .nMank.i.n.ltlM j. II.L .Ia.

er if he a an learnt 10 snare some k

of her interests; too." ,. ...
So if your husband thinks he. 0
doesn't like to dance, and. you love

in a boat fishing, why tot make a
. Y fill II LI V IL- HV ii t ux.
dancing. You'll have more fun as
a couple If you at least try to share
each other's interests. And you 11
stay young longer, too.

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Joe Garlion Aims
To Top Record Biz

vttw vdkk (NEAV- Joe Carl.
n mvs he's out "to make a dy-l
nasty." He's just the man to do
it, too. ' .
Tor several years, while the A
and R-maa at PCA, he was one
of the most successful pickers oi
songs and sincers in the business.
Now be has his own record com company,
pany, company, Carit with two fat re re-Uin
Uin re-Uin that seem headed for tne

top. One is a lush trumpet arrange.
1 : ment of "Gigi," played by Charlie

Margulis, me omer a iw
kind of singer, Kenny Rogers, with
a rocking song, "That Crazy Feel Feel-tog."
tog." Feel-tog." -
. About that dynasty he wants.
w v be' "hoDing to do vsn
eight or 10 years what Capitol did
in 5r Alter nex geis swore muic
hits Kthis is- the plan, .anyhow),
then he'll turn to lalbums. He'll
go out-after new ideas In pack pack-aging
aging pack-aging albums and concentrate on
high-quality sound, loo. '.;''.
The burly, fast-talking ; Carlton
is a man who knows the record
business, starting with, psychology,
which is. he feels, at the root 01
the pop record sales. He studies his
business like a psychiatrist tudics
a natient.' 1 i

' "More hit songs dome from mo movies
vies movies than TV," he says, a i an
example his thorough thinking,
'hecnsfl .teen-agers go out tomo.
,f vies. They don't stay 'home and
wtch TV. And teenagers, after
U, are our biggest customers, TV
5i Important, in -that it lets, the
? kids see what the singers look like
and girls buy "records of goodi.
' lon'lng bovs mpre than ,of not-so--
gd'kjng.bys." ?
,- Another example of the ; way
. Joe's raind works is thif keen ob-
, servation: -, ..; r
"Nowadays it isn't the disc joe
key' or the -singer 'who makes a
' hit.' It's the retail, record store.
1 Practically every radio al station
nowadays makes ftptf Toi 40 Bst, Bst,-Avhich
Avhich Bst,-Avhich thev get from retail stores'

sales reports. So wliara stor6
says is selling is wnavgeis piayea
on radio 7 '
"Wi mar wind tip having to in'-
. rtude Mail storekeepers on our
i pavrla 'fist.". t$0$,ffi.,
This last was said with a. Md
smile. ,"
' JWct out of the Army Is Charlie

,Vc .' A.ilii4ifhtA Innlrinff fif. hooltViv and

'""'py. He says he Jiad a pleasant
t'Vo yers in service.; attributing
much, of his military happiness to
It seems thaV just prior to his
induction;, he r, was permanent
s'nfer on the CHS-TV Morning
Sw. tht used to be. He had to
eet un at five in the morning to
Vf itti th surf' in time Jor
s'x o'clock rehefral.
.'Vhen he -went' '"to the Armv
mP b,ii didn't blow untiL 6:30
',c'o haft hfwf on vf rtfan, with
that extra I 1,2 hours he got.
rlt Hoe'sn't' seem like he'll have
i"b'e nlcVin. uo where he left
off nolqwhite Is doing a Je
rnmcKrn c'huTj.J'Our love Af
fair," for,, besign recrods, and

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has personal apperance tour set
around the country. And Ed Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan wants him.

DICK'S PICKS: Johnny Mathis
rides again with ."Teacher, Teach
er, on Columbia. Others "Strooi
Me" (Kay Starr, RCA); "Hawau
ian Rock" (Tommy Sands, Capi.
tol);. Padre" (Sarah Vaughan,
Mercury); 'Make Me A miracle"
(Jiramie Rodgers, Roulette);
"He's Got the Whole World in His
Hands" (Mahalia 'Jackson,. Colum Columbia);
bia); Columbia); "How Will I Know My Lov"
(Aunet, Disneyland); ."Saturday
Dance" (Theresa Brewer, Coral);
"Hot Spell" (Margaret Whiting
Dot).- . y-Y
Background music for pleasant
listening hours Mantovani's lat latest,
est, latest, on liOndon, is a gem called
"Gems Forever"; Dot's "The
Moods of1 March" has Hal March
conducting some tasteful stand standards;
ards; standards; on Capitol. Tes Baxter plays
music from "South Pacific" in
i.:n: - Li-. vni
Vaughan's latest, yia Dot. is "sail
Along, Silvry Moon, rich collec collection.
tion. collection. ,
' Twn vnnnff JnstniTnentalist hitrh
light -recent -classical releases
on RCA, pianist Nicole Henriot
"lays Prokofiev's Piano Concerto
No: 2 ,in G-Minor (backed bv
Munch, and. the Boston Symohpny
playing twor selections by (Barber)
pd. on Angel, "David Ois,trakH's aying son. Igor nlavs Bp.
ethoven's Violin Concerto int D-
Major Both shw promise, f. :
ReVi UpIjv Of MM.
'The'Pastor of the First Baptist
Church of Balboa Heights, Rev
Willinm ;H. Beehv, and his family
will be among those vacationing
in the VnM .Stat5f his umrifr
Thev will attend thn Rnnthnm
texas where be will b j presented
on tne; ho" ivriciov Rorri ri"
gram, one of the. highlight"? of the
ro"vntif.- r FrnM.'thM fliiw, will
visit family and iend..;;.'':.
In the absence of th P a t ni
the assistant pastor, i Rev. Elton
f vicKers, wui assume1 the pas pas-toral
toral pas-toral work, v .t ,
If'ifs't are'; Rawing to an' end
for the 'annual'; Vacation Bible
!chooi whicn' is-to' oe neld juue
n. MU An IHL! i ip,.
9- un uugu u, ,iuis acoooi is Deing
directed by Mrs.- Rarbara Edgif
tiin and Mr Tjnh Kit'
The. Bible .Youth Camp at the
popular xaDoga isiana wiu be, held
August This camp is well known
as a vacation with a spiritual plus.
Its popularity Is .increasing every
year! As usual f the place will be
the resort, La Restinga. The pastor
wiu oe dack in time to again direct
the activities, r -
ROME (UP) A federal' police
agent yesterday r arrested three
brothers who tried to sell him
a valuable ancient Roman statue
they dug up at nearby Ivlagliano
Romano a few days ago. Under
Italian la"w, all archeological finds
are state property.. The agent
posed as a wealthy American to
trap the brothers Tommaso, Pet.
.ro and Giuseppe Marini, police
said. Tpe brothers had asKed
$5,600 for the statue, a five-foot
three-inch sculpture of aman
dressed in a itoga. t

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Both vulnerable
Sooth West fifth East
1 Pass 1 Pass
2 Pass SIT Pass
3N.T. : Pass 4 V ,. Pass
5 V Ps 5N.T. Pass
6 N.T Pass Pass v Pass
t Opening lead 4 A
SALLY JOHNSON of Westport,
Cons., is 'one '.of .the tew players
who possesses tne ability ,to visual visualize
ize visualize partner's hand ana to find a
reason to get partner to be declar declarer
er declarer when he shs-uld be.,
Take today's hand as an ex.
ampie. Sally had 8-2-2.1 disuibu
tion. Not a very normal hand to
let one's nartner olav notrumo
out still that turned out to be the
right contract.
South's one ."diamond opening
and two-diamond rebid were norm
al. His three no-trump was
rather normal but somewhat of an
underbid. When Sally continued to
i'our hearts Southllooked his hand
over once more' and decided that
maybe there would be a slam,- His
king of hearts looked like mighty
good card. Hence, South raised.
Sally to five hearts.. ,t
Here is where Sally started to
reconstruct her partner's hand. It
looked as if he would have a good
diamond suit and he also needed
the ace of spades and king oi clubs
or ace of clubs and king of spades.
Probably he would have the king
of hearts to justify his', belated
heart raise. ''''",.'.'
In that case no-trump would be
as good a contract or even a bet.
ter contract than hearts. Eight,
card suit and all Sally went to five
notrump and South continued to
the no-trump slam.
' West saved a ; uuie someming
from the wreckage. He opened the
ace of spades and held South to
six no-trump. If Sally had merely
Kid tv cir hparta there would have
Kaon far different story. ..East cnrplv would have Opened
the queen of spades and the heart
slam would nave oeen uumi.vm
men., -
- v
r Q The bidding has been
nest North Eaat
l Double RedbL t
' Yoo, South, hold: j:
S5 Vl8 7 ilt 4111
- What do you do? i
A Bid one hert fom have a
terrible bantf but H bANm yM
to bid heart to show yew put puttier
tier puttier a preference.
. The bidding is the same as ta
the question just answered. You.
South, hold:
, What do you do?
Aatwer Tonemw '-"
BRUSSELS. (UP) The Harlem
Globetrotters basketball team has
been signed to help the U. S. pa.
vilion .celebrate ; Maine "State
Day" at the Brussels World's
Fair June 25, a U. S. spokesman
said yesterday. ,

'A e:-ve

American Leghn To Hold
Convention Hera Jay 17-18

A convention call by the Amtr.
rican Legion's Department of Pa-
nama to its Xar ilung posts
throughout Central America, re resulted
sulted resulted in a gathering oi delegates
here for the 39th annua conven conven-tion
tion conven-tion scheduled to be held is Mar.
garita on May 17 and 18.
Delegations from Guatemala,
Costa Rica, and Curacao 'have
already reported in to the con.
vention committee. The other del.
egations are expected to register
by the' end of the week.
Purpose of the convention is to
elect riepartment officers, vote on
resolutions, and act on any other
business presented to the conven.
tion by the Various posts compris comprising
ing comprising the department. .
An interesting feature will be
the presentation of awards to va
rious of icials, members of the
community, and legionnaires who
have assisted and cooperated with
the American Legion during tne
past year.
Heading the list of recipeints- of
legion awards will be Canal Zone
Gov. -William E. rotter, who wm
be, honored for his help and as.
Sistance in community service ac.
tivitiesi '' ;;-
Others scheduled to receive de.
partmental citations include:' Col.
Red Cross Flag
Planted On Fugi
By US Airman
Iowa, Air Force sergeant rested
his weary legs at this U.S.' base
today happy in the knowledge that
ms leo-mue ireK to tne top of Ja
pan's sacred Mount Fuji had been
for a good cause.
o. ogu. vims tmiiacy, x, on.
tioned at Yokota Base, started the
long march last Wednesday to
Fuji with three others to publicize
t.h Amoriran RH r.rn 1
m and Army writer Set. Larry
Miller completed the climb to the
summit of the 12,397-foot moun.
tain where Hartley planted the
American Red' Cross flag. ;
NEW YORK (WO-A 13-year.
old student at St. Anthony of f a a-dua
dua a-dua : parochial school' in Brooklyn
was found hanged yesterday in a
closet where he had been sent
as punishment for talking in
class. Thomas Connolly w a s
strangled by his1 tie which' had
become affixed to a hook in the
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Great; White' Fleet
New Orleans Service :- Arrives
, Cristobal
s'YAQUE .May 17
ULUA 4 May 24
HIBUERAS ....May 31
YAQUE ;..,...r. ... ....June
L'LUA 4.... June 14.,
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v vie1 Arrives v
New York Service 1 Cristobal
HEREDIA 1 .L. '.May 19'
ESPARTA ; ). ...... -May 26
JUNIOR ..J June 16
SAN JOSE : i.. .....I June 23
TEXITA v ...... -Every (10) Days
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans Los Angeles, San Francisco
' and. Seattle.' ;
To New York and Return ..!.', ..M $240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco stnd,
Returning from Los Angeles $270.00
To Seattle and Return $365.00

Arthur May, deputy commanding
officer, Atlantic area, U.S. Army;
Caribbean forces radio and televi

sion network: Mai. Pastor Ramos,
chief of the Guardia Nacional in
Colon; Lt. Juan Rodriguez, Guar,
dia Nacional; The Panama Amer
ican and The Star and Herald. ;
The department executive com
mittee expects to act on other
recommendations by cosvention
time. ... "' s
As every year, the convention
eludes a department ball. This
iar the dance will be held in
te Sky Room of the Masonic
Temple located in Cristobal. In
addition to music ny a n a m e
band, a floor show has been ar arranged,
ranged, arranged, featuring top talent from
the entertainment spoil oi voion.
Heavv DOliticKing usually decid
es the next bear's officers. In the
race for commander; Al Gauvin,
Bov'a State director, is' the
choice of Panama j i-anai rosi
No. 1. wes Sparling of Nathaniel
J. Owen Post No. 3 has the sup.
port of his delegation for the same
position. However, a dark horse
candidacy is gathering enough
suPnort, to threaten the election
of both these candidates for 'the
top position in the, department. L
Quote Unquote
Walker, president of the National
Newsnaoer Publishers Assn. and
Publisher of ; The Cleveland Call
and Post, urging other Negroes to
set up an organization to combat
the.Negro .crinus rater -tf-fp
.'It Negroes could populate
schools at the same rate that
they do jails we woiild be the best
educated peopie m uo ww7.....
Chaffin, president of the National
Autoobile Dealers Assn.', on' the
modernistic automoDiie ;
t uira the olain.. simple auto.
mobile myself. But anything new
like that, : enrome ana gaagcw,
seems to .attract the buyers.
CAIRO (UP )-The United rab
niihii'a air fnree carried out
maneuvers with live ammunition
somewhere in tne agypuan ua ua-rt
rt ua-rt Mondav last night. An announ
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enabled tank; .forces to occupy
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Local NAACP officials, armed
with a desegregation deadline
handed down by a federal judge
yesterday, planned ter present Ne.
fro children for admittance to
Charlottesville, white schools next
fceorge R. Ferguson, nresidpnt
of the Charlottesville NAACP
chapter, confirmed that Negro
students would be brought to
white schools to execute Juries
John Paul's decision that Char,
lottesville must desegregate its
pub'ic schools by September. -.
state officials made no imme.
diate disclosure of action thpv
planned to take, but presumably
wre entrance ot tne first Negro
student into a white school would
automatically close the school
under state law and put it under
the governor's jurisdiction. 1
uov. Undsav ;. Almond Inti
mated the state's carefully legis.
lated program of "maasiv r.cj.
tance" to integration would be set
vu. m sucn. an event. Almond,
commenting on Judge Paul's de.
cision, said he would "follow the
statutes as laid down tiv t.h tat
of Virginia." 'm
ine governor iiM h hiH n
formal statement to make" but
uua ne oaa -every confidence
In my attorney, general"
Atty.i Gen..Albertis S. Harrison,
who represented the state at the
meeting with, Judge Paul in Har..
risonburg, was not available for
comment.. ...
Paul's pronouncement actually
was a clarification of his July 12,
1956, ruling that Charlottesville
schools must be desegregated. At
that time, Paul specified Septem.
ber 1956 as the desegregation
deadline, but it was delayed by
an unsuccessful appeal to the
United States Supreme Court.
Since the high, tribunal rejected
that appeal, there is no avenue
of court appeal on yesterday rul.
ling, -.
, x wo more or Virginia s live lo localities
calities localities undet court Integration
orders came up for a hearing
yesterday's NAACP attorneys ask.
ed U.S. District -Judge Walter E.
Hoffman of Norfolk to et a Sep.
tember deadline for. desegregation
of public schools in Norfolk and
Newport News. Ho'fman said he
would hear arguments on tne mo.,
tion June 7.' r
ROME (UPV 1 American Fa
ther "Malcolm of Mary yesterday
was re-elected Father General, of
tho Chanter General of the Pas.
sionist Fathers. Father .Malcolm,
born Francis La Veils in Rock
Island. I)'.; 'will serve a slx.year
term. The passionist congregation
has 3,763 members in various
parts of the world.' It. has two
provinces in the United States
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ALBROOK GIRL SCOUT TROOP 8 held its Court of Awards in the Scout house last week. During the evening ceremony,
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presented the lit Clasi Rank, and the Curved Bar Rank awards; They were: LaRue Aken, Dlannj Boyce, Carol Johnson.
Janice Missall, and Mary Gael Morrli. Mra. R. S. Boyce, co-leader of the troop, stated. "The girls who have won these awards
certainly worked very hard, and deierve much credit." Girl Scouti Jill Peemer, Leilyi Ferguson, and Mary Vribe, received
their 1st Class Rank. Badges were awarded to Gabrlela Barba ra Janet Girard. Bonnie Oulbert, and Patricia Hulett.
" Shown In the picture, left to rleht (on left) Carol Johnson, Leslye Ferguson, LaRue Akera. Mary Gael Morris, Pianne
Boyce. Janice Missall, JU1 Deemer, Marv Uribe. Pat Hulett, and Bonnie .Ouibert. In back row, left to right: Mrs Joyce, co- k'
leader, and Mrs. R. B. Ferguson, leader of Troop 5. . ,.' (L'gAF Official Photo)

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Powerful SEATO

Fll Anchors ;
In Manila Bay r


most powerful SEATO fleet aver

assembled dropped anchor in

Manna aay yesterday atier "huh.
Jy.i succesifur ntl Submarine
maneuvers in the 6outh China
Sea. .-

The 'fleet was comeosed of 24

warships from the United States,

amain, Australia, New Zealand

ana FiKistan. It was snearhead.

ed by three American, British
and Australian- aircraft carriers,
twq heavy cruisers, three sub.
marines -and a number of de.

-U. S. Officers laid nn "unl

dentiiied" submarines were de

tected durisg the "Ocean Link"
exercise, Indicating that Russia's
Far East submarine fleet ssyed
clear of ; the potent task force be
tween Singapore and Manila.

Kankuig officers said most of
the maneuver time was taken ud

with defensive problems against

suomannes, xney.iermeo toe ex.
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& Rear Adm. Almoa E, Loomis,

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The british carrier i Bulwark

fired a 2l-gun salute as the fleet

sailed into Manila Bay for a post,

exercise courtesy visit to the
Philippines. v-i.,.;;,. .j

The Philippines, France and

Thailand did ; not rovide any

ships for the maneuvers, but all

three nations sent observers.


' TOKYO (UP) Communist
China announced yesterday it had

produced its first passenger" car

a "reddish" sedan named the!

East Wind. A Peiping radio
broadcast (lid the ii.. seater
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plant in Changchun, Manchuria,
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the hood."" The broadcast ; said

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UULr a-UULr IKUrni VYIiIMCKJ ware un0!lt0n held by the Albrook Officers Wives Club Coif League held, re-

cently are shown with their trophies. Left to right are Mrs. Jackson R, Campbell, winner first flight; Mra. Rlcfi Rlcfi-ard
ard Rlcfi-ard T. .Lively, winner championship fight Mrs David E. Allen, winnerJecond flight;' Mri Robert Boyce, ghampion.

hip flight runner-up jMrs. William L. Wrtham first flight Runner-up, and Mre. Richard A.' Davis, second flight run-





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serves Mrs. Richard

T. Lively, Mrs.' Robert F,

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Interior of a twin-engine plane for executives. It was decorated by Mrs. Elfreda Snyder, of
i New York, who used only materials which are available for home decoration. Among her
peeMving innovstions are a tape recorder hidden in an ottoman, a bar in a table and a d&k
whl;h, folds into a suitcase stand. Note the bedroom seen In background through the doorway..


LONDON (UP)-Seven.year.oId
Princess Anne is "progressing
normally" after her operation for
removal of tonsils and adenoids
and is expected to leave the has.
pital at the end of the week, her

doctors said today, v -,

RAMSTEIN, Germany (UP)-A

roup of airmen at the U.S. air

ase here .have founded a "fra

ternity'' whose main purpose is to
work in conjunction with all world

youth organizations to promote

-eultural friendship.


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the hospital,'.' Also shown are (standing left) Miss Hester Carrett, Red Qross. hospital field director and (seated) Mrs,

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ungrateful group of big leaguers who did a classic
job of breaking their former employers' hearts:

ir.u .ipvnn lilros in tpll hiS old
boss where to bead in, but it must
have been pen season yesterday
on bitingjthe-hand-that-onceJed
Larsen was the ring leader. He
gOl DBCK l turn iuiiu
...mniilii in nprfect vtvle while
nitphino and hattina the .first
niKa v.nitpM to a 3 0 victory
Big Don broke a scoreless tie
' with a fifth-inning homer off Con.
nie Johnson and then proceeded
to spin a four-hit shutout. He has
now pitched 23 consecutive score
less .innings uus "-winning
winning "-winning three games, rv
i.vf T incn waa nnlv one 01
manv'who struc bick at his ex
mninver vostcrdav. HeTe are
some of the others: -:
Don Gross of the Pirates
pitched three Wtless relief In.
nings ; and ran his sore.
' less string to 14.2-3 Innings in
.'- helpinq Pittsburgh beat hit on.
fim' Cincinnati teammates, 4-3,
Td Klusxewski, a n 4 h r
( former Redleg, drove In two of
the Pirates' runs with double
-Jackie Jensen and Pete Run
. ..L
nois, oacn-ot wnom once wore
Washington : K flannels, crashed
. out throo hits apiece as tho Red
Sox- broke a f our .game losing
streak with a win over the
Senators. Jensen included a
grand-slam homer. :
- Gross came to the aid of 'wis.
ner Bonnie Kline in the seventh
. inning and promptly rtruck out
the side. The-Pirateslv.v recorded
thtir fifth straight ; triumph
bnatinp Rrnnt TIawrnii Will
, MazerosVi hit, his fifth homer, i
The J- ting -of Jensen and Run.
rcls smadc it a happv 29th birth.
Jv f for rookie -southpaw : Bob
(Riyerboat), Smith, who was credit-
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ed wun Bostons victory ,aunuu0u
IKe DelocK naq to wri m
; n s. 4 Vi ninth Bitar- i ivatl .nriSlH V
hit nis iourth homer m his last
lour games, rearo xiamus iua iua-time
time iua-time Ked Soxnemesis was tne
. San Francisco smashed out 2t
hits to crusn los Angeies, xo.a,
and take ober the ti a tion a l
Leaeue lead. i c
Some of the statistics' of the
eame made it seem the teams
wpri iisinff tpnnis ball. Willie
Mavs hammerad two homers twn
triples ana a single 10 doosj nis
average 10 ,it. uaryi spencer naa
twn hnmprs a trinln and a rtnuhlp
Orlando Cepeda had a homer and
tnree singles while Danny ,0 Con Con-nell
nell Con-nell and Bob Schmidt also . had
four hits apiece. A -,
For tho last ; place Dodgers,'
Charity Neal cloutod two horn horn-.ers
.ers horn-.ers and Carl Furillo and Gil
Hodgos one apioce. Rod Worth,
ington was the winnor and Frtd
kipp tbo lojtr. ?.
It was the' dazed Dodger's last
eame'ln the rnlUnnm nntni im
3 and none of them seemed to
mind terribly.
- Stan MusialV 3 nnitth
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leaeue nit v a ninnh inivi
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the sixth mnipg that sparked the
Cardinals to a 5.3 decision over
the Cubs. Musial's long.cherished
hit paced the Cards to their, sixth
straight win and helped extend
the Cubs' losine vsreak to
games. ?Musial thus btcame the
eiehth mainr Ipo
Um;- 3,000 hits.-. Sam Jones was
tne. winning pitcher as the result
of St, Xouis' four-run rally in the
sixm. ee wails hit his 10th horn horn-er
er horn-er for Chicago. J
Robin; Roberta i. a1M.' MaMwuf
important milestone In hurling
the Bhillip tn a
the Braves. In snapping Milwau.
Itsb's muii if... : ...
J t- "v"vu"ea,llc winning gireaK
biiu: tnotmnK me Braves out of
first place. Roberts achieve the
iist victory of his career with the
Phut T-more wins than anv other
Phillies' Tiitcher ever recorded
Grover Cleveland Alexander held
the Previous record of ISO
It mrkrf th irt timo
tho PhillU boat Bob Buhl since
Jun 1?. l5o., Willi in. hi a
two-run ; homer for Philadelphia.
Early -W-nn utroclr fwrrnHo
barMrs and sea Horod nint hits
' 4m ftr mor-
' '-J 'jJeelalon over tho Afhloties.
Al Smith homrH for White
starter" Wlw ; Burnette for four
runs in th fir tHi- y in
. Jie Do Maestrif homered for
Kn CItv-.
Home p by ChaHie MaxweT
and Lou Skizas featured a i6 hit


Sails" ,,vSailsy
Baltimore Philadelphia
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May 27 May 29 May 31 Jim. 5
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National League GA1RH Pet,
Musiai, St Louis 23 88 15 43..4&J
Mays, San Fco. 26 103 26 44 .427
Spencer, ,S. Fco." 26 104 21 37 .359
Haomer, PhLa- 25" W 16 35 '354
Hoak, Cincin, ,"21 85 11 30 353
Cepeaa, JS. Fco. 26 101 27 35 347
Temple: Cincin; -' 21 78 1 27 346
Walls, Chicago 27 108 2i 36..333
Clementel Pitts. 24 97 12 32 3J0
Crowe, Cmcin.' 16 54 4 18 .333
American .League
McDoueald. N.Y. 17 66 12 26 394
Skowron, Y. 18 67 9 25 .373
Vernon. CleveL 21 55 10 20 .364
Fox, Chicago 21 .3 10 31 360
ferv. Kansas C 21 7 24 27 .351
Kuenn, Detroit 25 98 ,17 34 .347
Runnels, Boston 25 99 13 33 333
Maxwoli, Detroit 21 '65 13 21 323
Siebern; N.Y. 15 50 11 16 .320
Martin, Detroit 18 76 7 24 .316
Nixon, Cleve. .'- 17 57 6 18 .316
National League
Walls, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants
Thomas,. Pirates
Mayer, Giants
Sauer. Giants
Spencer, Giants i t
American League T"
Cerv, Athletics .'
Jensen, Red Sox
Skowron, Yanks ,
Boone, Tigers j 1 ; ,
Brown, Indians -Triandos,
Orio'es t
LoUar, White Sox -Maris,
Indians i
Maxwell, Tigers .' t t
Chrisley, Senators
National League
Spencer, Giants ,
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Thomas, Pirates
Mays, Giants
Cepeda, Giants
Banks, Cubs
American League, 1
Cerv, Athletics
Jensen, Red Sox
Skowron, Yanks
Bertoia, Tigers
Carrasquel, Indians
F. Boiling, Tigers', -l'. ;
Gernert, Red Sox
pitchers; ;
National league I W 1 Pet.
Spahn, Braves -fl'l.tlOO
Elston.Cubs 4"0 1.000
fnOnmlAr Hlanta i. A A 1 Ann
iilLVUl lllivn. ui.uvg -m v a.wvv
Paine, Cards r. 2 0 1.000
(10 tied with 1.0, 1.000
imtrlrin Laaaua
Harshman, Oriples J 5
n. T 1- A
ruriey,' laiins
Hyde, Senators,.
Shantz, Yanks .. 3
Larsen, Yanka ?--i. 3
attaeS that powered ,the Tigers to
an '11.1 wctorv over the Indians.
Frank Lary of Detroit gave- up
frst inning nomer to k o g e r
Maris and blanked the TriDe- tne
rest of the way. Jim i (Mudcat)
Grant suffered the loss.
New York Cristoual
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' Jumping Frog Jubilee and Calaveras County Fair at Angels
1 Camp, Calif., May 15-18. More than 500 entries are expected.

Pint-Sized Albie Pearson
Gives Washington 'Heart'

' NEW YORK (UP)-You Gotta
Have Heart.
. That was one of the smash hits
in a memorable musical. Memo.
rable mostly because it tells a
fanciful 'tain iyf how Washinfftnn
won and the Yankees lost the pen.
ant. '-
It Is extremely doubtful whether
sucn a classical conaiuon wiu
arise this season but Washington
has, at least, come up with a
young fellow has gobs of "that
ingredient known as "heart.1'-
f-H i Alhip Ppnrnn anH'hft haH
fo have "heart." Because?if any.
Doay smaller than Albie ever
nnmnpfpH n tha i ma fare oeMa
from the midget who once was a
mncn.hitter for the late and- urt.
lamented Browns nobody seems
able to pin it dowA.
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' Brown-eyed Albie "is listed on
the Washington roster as being
five feet, six inches tall. ', -"That's
stretching me a little,"
Tia irrina Antuallv.' Vm fiva1 fopt
fivp ani! f h r a a.picrhth Inrhea
sure, tnree-eigmns. Alter, au mat
doesn t come to onejiau, now
A j CalifSrnlan, the miniature
man hails from, a section where
there are a number of race
tracks. But he never considered
becoming a lockey.
"After all," he mused, '"most
of them were bigger than I was."
Pearson, in case you have for.
gotten, is the ball players polf
champion. Just to wove, a point,
he won the title this spring in
Showing At Your Service
Center Theatres .tonight
BALBOA 6:15 &
Robert Taylor
Dorothy Malone
GAMBOA ' 7:00
MARGARITA 6:15 & 8:05
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 & 9:10
"Savage Horde" 7:35 only
CAMP BIERD 6:15 ti 8:00
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with Jeff Morrow
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with Julie Adams


tries to select an. entry to carry f
Frog Olympics held during the
Florida hv hntin? .tnhnnv,. flrav
of the Phillies in the finals. Gray
is six feet, four inches tall.
The mighty mrte fox' a' long
time, debated whether to be a pro.
fessional golfer or a .baseball
player. On the fairways he. was
good enough to- shoot-a pair of
oi s on a iuu.sized course and the
pro golf life loked god. r
. Money t Needed .' yt
-. "But baseball 'was a bigger
challenge." savs the ."hpart"
manf "Besides, to: play pro golf
you- neea a, certain amount .of
money r until you -can establish
yoursen. ;i nis way i didn;t have have-any
any have-any financial troubles ;' while I
was working my way up."
There was no doubt in Albie's
mind that he could ,make the'ma.
r league grade. So he served
five years in the minors,, convinc
ing everybody that despite hli
small stahtra h n,. .i
. VvvU.. (uc unu uro taii-ius
for the big too.. His iourneys took
him to San Jose,: Albany of the
Eastern League, Montgomery of
the Sally League, .. Oklahoma of
the Texas League where he, led
the, circuit with a ,371 batting a v-
ei age ana men San Franeiyco
before winning his centerfield spot
at Washington this season.
Lynch, Schmidt
May Get Return
TVBout June2
NEW YORK (VP) -.Welter
weights Eddie Lynch and Peter
Schmidt, of New- York probably
will meet ina return- TV fight
at St. Nicholas Areha -June 2 be.
cause their bruising 10-rounder
Monday night resulted in a draw.
Schmidt, a 7-5 underdog, earned
the draw on. a questionable knock knock-down
down knock-down over Lvnrh in tha imv
tound. Lynch also had been on
ine canvas m the seventh session.
both brows, wa s decked in the
third' round. Rishts to the head
causea an three knockdowns in
the bout 1
Lynch weighing t.7 punds,
was favorad Otl 9 Trunin o noQio K
referee Harry Ebbets." 6. 31. B'lt
Schmidt; 14 nounrfs,- wai ahead
on iudM Jack Gordon'
Cflrdv 5.41; .TlldlTP Milra rifiitiiln
witcn,iade it a -draw whn hp
a,yp pari five rounds and each
SP"Pn noints. "' v
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front, 5-4,1. .
Uoday fnconfo 35c
- Lana Turner In
In. Cinemascope & Color'
Prohibited for Minors!
Helmut Dan tine in
"Hell On Devil's Island"

, JOEY ,
.with B. Crawford14
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moter Jack' Kramer moved a step
closer Tuesday to his long-time
dream of setting up a series of
oro tennis tournament nattprnpd
tftpr the nrnfpSQinnnl pnlf rironit
"Barnstorminer i. prpat fnr thp
top two stars," said Kramer, who
now nas rancno tionzales and.Aus
sre LewHoad on a highly success successful
ful successful world-wide tour. "Rut thn tpbI
future of. our game lies in a solid
tournament .circuit and I'm devot.
ing all this year to setting it up."
. At parr or hit overall plan for
six big money tournaments rhi
season, Kramer announced he
hai Increased tha arize money
from $10,000 to $15,000 for a pro
hampionhii at Forest Hiils, N.
Y., June 14.22.
Weekend matches will be play
ed in thp aftpmnnna Ktit frnm
dav throiieh Thtiredsv
tants will play under "spuc'al Au.
siraiian styles lights at nht.
Gonzales. Hoad Tnnw
Pahcho Segura,. Frank Sedgmar,
ana jven Kosewall are among the
pros expected to compete.
. Kramer, so far this season has
promoted two night tournaments in
Australia. He plans one at London London-one
one London-one at. Paris and "nnp at an unHa
termined site xin addition to the"
show at Forest Hills. v v
Though he wouldn't admit -It,
Kramer obvjously Is convinced
there's no amateur anywhere in
the world good enough to take a
- crack at the SonzUJ1od winr
' ner1 In a new series starting In
1959. .
" "The trouble with .barnstorm.
inflr ha ilirij.Anii.rf. If. .... 1.11
Ififf one-of our best attractions ev
ery vear the Inspn And nfton
the loser ts the wnrld'a appnnrl
nest piayer,;;jsa what we need is
something. to keen all nur nrm
wurKin- ana a tournament set-up
is- tne only way to do it,'"
Reiurns To Minors ;
It was bict to the minors todav
for Vada"1 Pihson. the tnainr
kutS" ObtStandinfr l-nnkip rinrinp
the spring training season.
The Cincinnatr Redlegs optioned
the 19-vear.old oiitfinlripf tn sa!-
tie of the I Pacific' Coast jeanie
subject to 24-hour recall after
his batting average nose-dfved to
.14. -l ,
Pinson. who nlavpd ria r hn
last year, belted tht hall at a
better than" ,350 clip this 'spring
and imwesser)' .Mat-aoar.-Rinlla
Tebbetts so much with his speed
mat ne won a starting spot in
.the Redlegs' lineup", on opening
In Detroit, tht Ti
pnrOA iicr)B
ll,, irom ine Ked- Sox and nn
tioned vpfpran vpli Oir A1 r Asie
Spencer to Charleston ; nf tha
African Association. L.
Sliscp rnmnilprf on 19 u
with Boston in three seasons, win.
ning seven games and losing three
last Rpaenn -.,v... '. :. ;.
Soencer formerlv with tha Tanr
Tunc trianr. rnma nn fmm nh.
leston earlier this season and Jid
1-0 -record in relief with the
Other ma1or lpiiia plnh
bean parine down ih anticinatinn
of Thursdav'si deadline for the 25 25-plavpr
plavpr 25-plavpr limits 1
r lhe San Francisco Giant op.
tionP )itphpr Paul nipl in Phnpn
ix of the Pacific Coast League on
24-hroir recall 1
llel. a fnrmpr fnnthall ata 'wtth
Minnesota, snent .two-
the -Armv, and rptnrnpri tn th
Giants !,last "f ar. ; Manager Bill
nisney said the 25-year.old right,
hander needs
The Giants are still three players
over me limit.
Sen! Dovn Aoain :
' PHILADELPHIA, May 14 -(UP)Pitcher
Humberto .Robin,
son is among three hurlers on
the staff of the Milwukee
Braves ,who may be trimmed
from the squad in order to meet 1
the 25-man player limit which
goes Into effect tomorrow on May
' Manager Fred Haney Is ox.
pected to trim one pitcher from
among Robinson, who has ep
peered in only one game this
year; Joey Jay, who also has
appeared in only one game; and
much.tra veiled southpaw Dick
Littlefield, Who has a record of
no victories and oho defeat.
25c. Bank Night!

: tiold Prize S500.00
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W L Pet
San Francisco
J7 9 54 -15
I Ml Vj
H 9 .440 V
13 14 481 4Vt
9 12 .429 5V
10 15 .400 oVi
Chicago ;
St. Louis
Los Angeles
9 14 .391
9 17 J46
Los Angeles at Chicago
. Milwaukee at Piladelphia (N)
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N).
San Francisco at St., Louis: (N)
(Night Game)
Cincinnati 012 000 000-3 11 0
Pittsburgh 005 000 10x- 11 0
Lawrence (1-ZK Schmidt, Wight,
Jeffcoat, Nuxhall and Bailey.
Kline (4-2), Gross and Foiies.
St. Louis 001 004 000-5, 9 0
Chicago : 101 010 000-3 n 2
Jones (2-3 Muiiett and H.
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Drrabowsky ,(14). Phillips and
S. Taylor. v
(Night Game)
Milwaukee 000 100 010-2 6 -1
Philadelphia 022 000 10x-5 9 0
Buhl (4-2),: McMahon and Rice,
CrandalL ,
Roberts (2-4), and.Lopata.
San Francisco 520 421 110-16 26; 2
Los Angeles '331 010 610-9 11 2
Mccormick, Monzant, worthing,
ton (3-1), Grissom and Schmidt.
Newcombe, Kipp (l-3;, KoeDOcK,
Koufax, McDevitt and Pignatano,
Annual Guarachero,
National Institute
Cage Game May30
Prpstdpnt Ernesto de .la ? Guar-
j: tm flnnoto la..pim to -t.hp
winner of the annual Tpresidential
Basketball classic between the Na
tional .Institute of Panama, and Co.
Ion's Los fJuaracheros ir the JNa JNa-tional
tional JNa-tional Gymnasium. f :
t r i.'KM 1-5 i3v -J
Red Weight!. fters.
Defeat Americans'
CHICAGO (UP) -i Russia's
weight lifters defeated-a picked
team of Americans in six of sev.
en weight classes Monday night
in the first of ,a series of i three
u.a. exniDiuons.
ii.-U -'i'r''V'f.';"".--'vt-VS".';.'-.i''iI
Tufn unrlH rarnrYe ward cat- anil
two mnrft pnuallprl in tnp pnmnn.
Ution.' Featherweight Isaac; Berg.
er, the only American to '? win,
tied the world mark of 259 pounds
in the press and set a world rec record
ord record in total weight i with 804 3.4
pounds to defeat Evgeny Minayev.
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New York
Kansas City.
Chicago 1
14 5
13 10 Mi
11 101.524
13 12 .520
11 .450
11 14 .440
II 15 .423
3 13 .381
1 1
Baltimore at New York -1
"Cleveland at Detroit
Boston at Washington (N)
Chicago at Kansas City (N)

(Night Game) J
Baltimore f 000 000 OOO-O 4 0
New York 000 010 20x3 9 1
Johnson (1-3), Lehman and Gia
Larsen (3-0) and Berra.V
(Night Game) ; ' '
Boston 400 010 202-9 12 1
Washington 1 000 .00 0026 6 2
Smith (2-0), Delock and jBeber.
et '
Ramos (2-2), Byerly asd Cpurt Cpurt-ney.
ney. Cpurt-ney.
(Night Game)
Cleveland 100 jOOO 000-1 7 0
Detroit 001 421 12x-ll 16 0
Grant (3-2), McLish, Garcia, To
manek and Nixon. t
Lary (34) and Hegan, ;
(Night Game) T 'V"'lf '!
Chicago 202 011 030-9 8. 2
Kansas, City" ;1,0201000.0(wa 9 2
Wynn (3.2) and LoUar,

Gorman, Dickson and Smitfc.
Benefit Basketball I
Games Af Abef Bravb

Thursday. May'22, : y :
Two benefit basketball gamer
wiitUe. held on (Thursday, May 22,
a the Abel Bravo College Colon to 1
raise funds for the construction 'of-. V:
a Little Leaffllft hall naT-lr at P.ln ,'

bow City. .
The newly -formed teenage'quin.
tet known as -The tumblers wilL.y
meet the Rainhow Pifv all tr

in the preliminary game of .the

evening. ; , ,
ihesecond game Will feature
the U.S. IVTilitaTv Pnlira iaam v
gainst the Thompson IBoys.,

. amission nnce will be 15 cents.
Game time has been 'set at 7:30

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tional Oil Company is studying a
ouviei ouer w wain tecnmcians
fnr Tran'a rnwina nil inHnct
O (, fuuuiivij, III.,
formed sources said Monday. The
r rencnv government ,was under,
stood to have marie a similar nt
let-, earlier.


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Rosters To
Cut Tomorrow

The Washington baseball opera-

on u a struuug example oi a
kurdiiv successtul tailure. The

Inn hasn'h won in 25 years. Sincei

3 it has been out of Ibe second
jivision only three tunes. Mostly
j is last or next -to last.
1 And yet the revenue, siemonna
n large part from concessions nu
V, is consistently sufficient to
fiaintain the owners In luxurits to
1 hich they have become accustom accustom-,1.
,1. accustom-,1. Indeed, this appears to be the
'rincipal reason for the club's ex
tence. .;...!-. '
I In ho other form of show busi.
Vss would the entrepreneur, upon
pening his box off ice, publicly ad
jiit the Inferiority of his produc
Jon and still be certain of a pros
erous run; in effect, the Griffiths
'ay... And to say anything differ,
at would be preposterous... -"It's
rue we've got lousy team but
iho knows we might get lucky.",
I The Senators go fhrouah the mo mo-jons
jons mo-jons of conducting; big league
'peration. e.g., minor league alii

rices, spouts, on rare -i occasion,
kodest bonuses. But In the main

ev relv .on trades. They usually

ave couple of good players and

a crrsis a contender is willing
nay through the nose.;' -'
No particular enterprise,5, inge,

uity. or risk is jnvoivea.

In a distress deal, the senators

hust get the best of it. They are

ire to land at least one establish.

d player ; and there's always a

lance the throw-ins will Improve
eyond expectations. And in any

pse thpy art likely to be as able.

not ipenor to most of their

bw Washington teammtes. teammtes.-The
The teammtes.-The Senators came into the

Stadium Friday night only half a

ame back of the ram.ldled Yan.

fees- A typical patcn.worn joa.

layers discovered and developed
y "others at a cost in money the

ehators cin't afford, at a cost

initiative with which the Sena.

hrs never concern themselves,

fr'Sl Ntr,Hve to $)
Thev sot Rov Sievers from the

ow defunct St. LI' Browns. Clint

ourtnev came ud thru the Yan-

fp chain. Jim Lemon is a Cleve.

hnd discrad. Rocky Bridees a Cin-

inatti reiect. Most of the others

Ire ex-Red Sox prooerties. Ainie

Pearson, Norm Zauchin, Ken As.
promume, tuuc aiuoos. v;
ifus policy oi leecung on fruit
ripened on ueigiiuony uvts is em em-flunncally
flunncally em-flunncally beneficial to the Sena Sena-tors.
tors. Sena-tors. Keeps tliem goiug, ,m-uci.
but as the record torlonly attests
it doesn't spell progress. If they

kept the good players mey gei
r misht be different. But the way

lhcv Dlav U, one deal must lead

to another, an endless chain.

In arty other competitive Dusme

tht. Kpnatnrs would nave ioiaea

un hpfor this, and if oaseoau

had a standard of pertormance

which had to be met wunur rea

sonable period, the ciud wouiu u

now own irancnise. -

Baseball has no ucn sianuaru
and franchise is issued in perpe.
tuity: The Senators need not ever
win, or even come close. The own.
ers are responsible only to them themselves.
selves. themselves. That the league, the -sport
itself, must Inevitably, suffer no

one seems to care, u s sure
heck of a way to a ranroad
the pennant in' le

no excuse nowever,
or, for that matter, a taffy pull.,'
Obviously ore-club,. must win
sevem ot to -give f M J
wrestle. It a club lacks the means
jcir fhen step, cor-

..... -j irtvt. '.ouent to

reciive' uu (""
be taken.
a...k(c in Bed

BasehPlt has known few men who
had : a : sharper, surer ins Unct f
:.Ai thn Clark Griffith, long

since gone. And the old man. work
ed with, shorter money, and at a
time when Washington was much
le pooulous than it is today. j
His irading shrewdness helped
nut together tfie onlv three oen

nants'the Senators have won since
the league began.. Getting Roger
p.plrinnaneh i from the Yankees

roupHed out the ipe 0 'he '24.

25 chamnions. Alvin browner ana
Heinie M"h. of the Browns
mir-'e the difference in '33.
'Best deal ever made," Grif Grif-fitH
fitH Grif-fitH one- told us., '
How the Brown's owners Phil
Ball haooened to trade them make
an interesting foot note. Crower
and ManusH habitually had break
fast in bed.- "I'm a millionaire
nd I don't do that,". Ball explod
ed",..Next day the sybaritic pair
wpre .on the'r wav." )

NEW YORK, May 14 (UP) -Right-hander
Al CicoUe of the
.New York Yankees may hie
gained a temporary "suy oi ex
ecution" 'when Bill Skowron re-in.
jureu his back last Sunday
against the Washington Senators.
The Yankees must top t h r e
players from their rostec by ; mid.
night tomorrow night in order to
get down to the 25-player limit.

Cocotte, who hasn't appeared in t

single game this season, was 4

prime candidate for the axe. al

ong with veteran outfielder Enos

Slaughter and infielder F r i 1 1


However, if Skowron is placed

on me msaniea ust as expected Ci-

coue prooaDiy will eb retained.
The Pittsburgh Pirates rel

ed utility outfielder Jim Pendele

ton outright to Columbus of the In.

icrnauonai league ana now t arc

witnm one player of the legal lim.
it, Pendleton, acquired from Mil.

waukee last season; appeared in

only three fames this year collect.

mg one hit in three at bats. ;

Shortstop Andre Rodgerr of the

ban Francisco Giants was option

ed to Phoenix of the Pacific Coast
League while' the Chicago Cubs

ehinpi pitcher Johi Briges to

Fort Worth of the Texas Leaguej

TK Cub's roster pnw numbers

28 players while th Giants stHl

wust cut two men before the dead




Caribbean-Command CZ.

iftle: League Series :

The Coed Solito Cubs moved in in-i
i in-i a cbmmandlngU.l lead Satur.
ay May 10 to cinch the cham.
wnship of -the first Caribbean
ommand Canal Zone Little Leagu
'orld Series as they blanked the
.lbrook Dodgers 5.0. But the se

ond place spot remained a sior sior-'iy
'iy sior-'iy i issue as Fort Kobbji took the

urundu lioagers a.i w mnc n

hr wav tie. One aame remains

. v ... r...

i the round-robin series wnn v,u.

undu meeting Coco t.olito ano
'ort Kobbe tangling with Albrook.
In the game played at Albrook,
oco Solito's Luther Quinn had a
ield 'dav as he struck out 14 Dod Dod-er
er Dod-er hatters 'and collected a single,

louble 'and a, triple for himseit.

'h Cuhs moved out eany n tne

ame picking up two runs in he
rst and one m the second. 'The,
thpr two were collected in the

hird and fifth. Quinnt the winning
itcher, allowed only two hits.
! Paul Brown was the starting

Mtcher for the ; Albrook Dodger.

- was taffsred for four hits anci

mir rurtu and .was. rre-lited with

h ln Thomaa Santell.' who r&

ieved hizm.irt the fourth.- allowed
ne hit aoo one jun. The Dodg;
rs' hit were singles hv Brown

n the second and Bruce iBuxton Jn

.he fifth.
I The Fort Kobbe-Curundu clash
settled down, to .an.air-tight ball
ame aftr the first inning, Both
rohnny Street, pitching for Kob Kob-iie.
iie. Kob-iie. and Kick Bacot, hurling for the
j lodgers, were in trouble several
ijimes but tight defensive play sav.
'd them. ---
I Curundu's olez Velez and Bill
Reicharf wikd in the first in
!iing, followed "bv a single bv Ba.
hot which scored Velz for the Dod.
:ers' only run.


By Conrado Sai geant

Panamanian jockey Alton's o
Caroouell, one oi uie best riders
to make his Siart at the now non.
cxfsient Juan Franco track, sul sul-.cred
.cred sul-.cred a broken leg Monday at the
San Felipe racetrack in Lima

" tarbonell, who is second m the

jockey standings at San Felipe,

was giving the Argentina colt

Yastambo starting practice when

the fractious Peruvian horseBriU

anico suddenly lashed out wilB

his hind legs and struck Carbo-

nell. K

Doctors say he will be 6n the

sidelines for at least three months

Ten imported thoroughbreds
were nominated for the $7,500 ad

ded one mile and a quarter Geri.

Jose A. Remon Classic which will

he run on June l.. The entries- are

King s Park, Constantino, Affiba-

tion Order. 'Informal, ; Sabotaje
II. Perdulario, Gavilan Michaux,.

coniraior ana summer rarty.

Constantino is a threejear-old
hay coif bred in' Argentina. This
on of Refucilo-Santa Sofia, is a
full bro'her to Santurron Jvt h i e h
was Unbeaten in seven : starts at

the PrHdn Bemon ovl. He is

exnecterf to -arrive, at Tocumen
this week. , j M j r
Informal, a handsome grey colt,
is Chilean-bred and is owned by
the Haras Carinthia and trained
by Agustin Soane Jr. Informal

has been causing the dockers to

sit up and take notice with his siz.

zling early morning workouts,
Only four native throuohbr"i
were entered r the 17tH nin.'
ning el the ene mil Raul Ispl.
nese Clie. They are Roman
ere, Sandokan, Ceral and Lady
; Edna. Rom"eer will Hi.
Sandokan 112. Ceral 122 and

Lady Edna 119. f

-Jose Maria Chema) Quintero's

three.year-old American.bred.' fil

lv Cheric'a. recently imoorteo"

from the U.R 1 hpv in "'

ning and will make her debut

soon. .' t
' .. Onft-

The Stud Electrlco's M e n e 1

. . i III1 i I L

Camarista and Abolengo will be

shipped to Miami in the near lui
ure, most lueiy over uie cominii

week-end. Alcides (Uuie) Koari Koari-guez,
guez, Koari-guez, lormer joc'ey lurued uain

er, will accompany me norses on

their trip nor.h. v

Saturday's main event will be

the CP.A: (Certified Public Ac Accountants)
countants) Accountants) Handicap in honor ot

all Isthmian accountants.

Apolinar Reyes Rios topped this

weekend's list of suspended

jockeys with an-eight-meet penal,
iy. He was set down for crossing

Folletito and Jtpi Jap with Sid
eral midway down the homes,
tret eh. t

Eliss Ortega got four-meets for
crowlin" Avisoa soon after the

start while riding El Pequefio.

Amado Credidio and Heliodoro

G us tines netted $5 fines each for

attemntin" to alter the y weights

afttr weighlng-out.

Ore Puno, Rttltetor, Carta m
en an Etcardille all suspended
for pulling up lame after their

S"ctiv raes. Ore Purito got

21 days the ethers 15.

' Picararo., which refused at the

start wa sunpnded for two mets
while I forget, a habitual bad
breaker, drew an Indefinite sua.
pension for a similar infraction.

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' TIME TO CET OFF Dan Delauney 'definitely decided to go it alone when Robinhurst fell tw
I midway through the Robert- C. Winmill .Memorial. The steeplechase is one. of numerous ..

editions oi Virginia uoia -cup ivaces run warren ton. ine going is rougn in mi game.

Mitten, AVysocki

In Lucky Strike

Medalist Match

Here's k 'wrong' f 1 e r
right) and urgM' (lower
left) In small boat operation.
. The boat In the upper, picture
Is so overloaded that It's d
orously eloae to Jhe water
jn. Th lower ,keteh shows,
i eorrect. trim .of a. .boat,
iwe-thlrdi M -It ebove : water
line, 'i i V '

Fort Kobbe came back with

Dannv O'Brian's walk.' single by

Carrel Grantham and a waix tor-i

Street. Vic Alers. was the hero of

the dav as he smashed a double

to rightfield which cleaned the ba

ses for Fort Kobbe's total scoring

in the game. The only other hit

collected by the Kobbe team was
a single by' Jerrys Banks in the
third. '

Sports Briefs



dav's rained-out fame between

the Los Angeles Dodgers ana san

Francisco Giants will he played

on -Saturday, Aug. 30, as part of

a day-night doubleheader at beals

Stadium. m ;

Atlantic AIT (Coco Solito)
CZ. i AF (Fort Kobbe)
Curnndu (Ddogers)
AAFB (Dodsers)


4 .1

Aloncj Thte Fairways


We had an excellent turnout or

the "Ren av"rTournament 'last

week.- Sylva Camenter had low

gross.'' Irene Robinson had low

net j Marge Sewell won the

putting ball.

Tom'oVrow W wili plav "Stable.

ford". One point for bogev; two

for rir; three for a birdie,, and

four for an eagle.

It -i never too wet -for eolf at

""or Arnfl,nr. so don't let 1 .anv

Apt clouds keen vnn trow emg

rt No. 1 te by 8:30 a.m. Thurs.
day. r ...
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' We are open; to any su?estrons

or reouest fon future Thursday

Tournament. Do vom ''"ve any

thin"., iiusual In mind??

La left prm bock brearfie
''"?.' 'V.''-":'" ''-:(,'. ' "': ' ;)" it'fus.j

Now Johnny is ready to try an armstroke (the human
Stroke) and rombine It with the kick and breathini; to do
eomplete stroke on the front Arms are kept below the surface.
As he moves his right arm forward, he turns his face left out
f the water to breathe, as In this picture. He kicks in regular
motion. '!'."..,.,,"
(Mat No...6)'lJ ' ,v.'. , i V

, ("Teaching- Johnny. To Swim J' a do-il-yourself manual
for parents, is now available at your Red Cross Centers,
Libraries and swimming pools In the Canal one. .- ,,
(Parents, who nrefer to have their children taught In'
grou. classes should register 'them with the Suivmer Re Recreational
creational Recreational Vtomnm in their conimualty.Traiaed Bed Cross
instructors will be at all pools.)

CZ Weighflifting :

Contest Postponed

Until This Fail

The annual Canal Zone weight-

lifting contest held each year al
the Balboa-YMOA-USO. has been

postponed tintil this fall to allow

tor an expected cnangeover in mu
itary personnel and to Include Zon Zon-ians
ians Zon-ians who will have returned from

"stateside vacations, The contests

originally scheduled for June 10

will probably be held In late Sep

The Balboa YMCA.USO is. now

offering free training in weight,
ligting and bodybuilding "with a

staff of three volunteeer instruct,
ors. Any interested persons may

obtain basic instruction each Mon

day, Wednesday, and Friday from
4:30- p.m.. Inquire at the Y iro.

gram office for, more information.

mer New York Yankee outfielder
Earle Combs. 59. who played, with

Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig, has

been named Kentucky state bank bank-ing
ing bank-ing commissioner by Gov., Am B.
(Happy) Chandler, former base.

ball commissioner. Combs, who

compiled a lifetime batting ave

rage of .325, has banking .and

'rmmg interests in Richmond,



than 30 top-ranked drivers Ire ex

"ected to tske pfrt in the first

Grand National : stock race pro.
TPm tr Tbnrsdav nihf The
f'"ld will M led by three NASCAR

rhin'oni mc BaVr of Spar-

t-nbiirT;' s.Ci Bob Wellborn ef
OrancWn. N f and Jim Reed

of Peekskill, N.Y., ;
- SYB CUSK. N.Y. (XJP)-Svra.
nfe TTn'rsitv and the..J(Jniver.
"Hy'nf.-'M'rvland have renewed
footKall riifn. with the first
"me scheduled for Archbold Sti-

dHim b"re, n. 105 TheMirn
"im j scheduled for College

Trij jTd.' Oct: 7 The two

schools-' last met In 1958.

MVI '. ?'t
HappcnH to
Jee Burit

a 11

Joe Burk. former University: ef

Pennsylvania earsmart, turned.: tn
sin1 8C""tn aftsr leaving Penn
in J34. He beca'me one of the
worH's frtst, nic winning 37
s'raiht races. In 1939 he be.
cvir the oarsman evei te
win the Sullivn awrd to ama.

tnr athletes. .Toe twice won the

diimohd sculls', at the Hepley
Roval Refta anH three times
enured both the U.S; and Cari Cari-dln
dln Cari-dln .ai'nAe cowns,1 '
VTaie",r hinwned to Jfoe
Pnr''.. Vi to ti e'rthth sep'r
.( prmi po! h'' a1ni mtp'

Challenge Cup

'"I the prized Grand

Panama Golf Club's Dr. kerb
Muten and fort Amador's til
Wysocki will tee-oii,at 1:0U p.m.
Tomorrow, .,, Thursday at the
Fort Amador Got! course in aq

18-hole meuat play match to det determine
ermine determine the winner of the med.
alist prize in the 1958 I L u c k y
Strike tournament now underway
at Amador.
Wysocki and Mitten turned in.
one over par 69'i in leading 22
13 : isthmian; amateur golfers in
the qualifying round for one the
128 places for, match play. The
' field will be reduced to 64 ol -the
' Isthmus' best golfers by;
Sunday evening, May 18.
The Balboa Gun Club will hold
a registered trap shoot on Satur Saturday
day Saturday May 17,' 1958 ahthe Far Fan

Range. Shooting will start at 2:00

t.m. 1

The shoot will consist of 50 birds

at 16 yeards. 25 birds handicap and

25 bird doubles. Trooh'es will be

awarded (for this shoot.

This will be a warm up for the

State Shoot which will be held at
the Balboa Gun Club this year.

Refreshments will be available

at the range.

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Fly NOW pay LATER. Only small down payment required!

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Telephonet 2-0975
It El Panama Hilton 1
s Telephones: Panamat
, 3-1660, Ext. 136)
'. Panamas 3-4724
1 (In COLON 10th St.
Si Front Ave.)

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Automobiles j

We will buy yoer er end oay
cash. No waifine no red tap.
Any ytar make and model. Ti Ti-voli
voli Ti-voli Motor at Tivoli Crouin
Tali 2.4212 2-4224.
FOR SALE: -Ford 1958 Fair.
Una 500, town Victoria, 1500
actual mil, automatic transmit.
" (ion, power (tearing, radio, pid
ded dash, wnw, two tont
as new1, $800 less than eorr
price, leaving. Tel. Albrook
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford. Excel Excel-lent
lent Excel-lent condition, low mileaee, ra ra-dro,
dro, ra-dro, overdrive, $900.00. Balboa
6317. V.-:.'
FOR SAL 1956 Ford four
door -Victoria, fully equipped
Fordomatic power steering, ra radio,
dio, radio, etc. Contact Capt Alva. BOQ
19-8 Albrook after duty hours.
Phono 2241.
Wo Finance, Will TAKE Trade-'
Ins. : .
1958 Ford-Country Sedan 8
pass. Thunderbird V-8 engine,
power brakes. and steering, un-.
dercoated, Fordomatic transmis transmis-(ion,
(ion, transmis-(ion, radio, new ww tiros, exeel exeel-lent
lent exeel-lent mechanical condition.
1957" Buiek -convertible Dyna Dyna-flew,
flew, Dyna-flew, power brakes, power steer steering,
ing, steering, radio, heater, plastic seat seat-cove
cove seat-cove r s, oxcellent condition
throughout. 1
1956 Opal Ollmpia, 2 door, like
new -.:
1956 Hillman Husky (tation (tation-wagon.
wagon. (tation-wagon. Excellent mechanical
condition. ' -1955
Chevrolet 4 door, 6 cy cylinder.
linder. cylinder. Bel-Air. ,; radio, heater,
excellent mechanical condition.
1955 Ford Ranch Wagon. Clean.
Perfect mechanical condition. :
1954 Chevrolet couple. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent mechanical condition.' ;
1953 Morra-Minpr 4 door. Very
- good condition. .
Autos Eisenman, next, to Coca Coca-Cola
Cola Coca-Cola plant," Frangipanl Street.
Tela. .2-4966 2-2616.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford 4 door
V-8. $1700. Call 11-6247 atter
4 p.m. ''.. ''5'.,
FOR SALE Oldimobile, Super
rsrvrHoudw coupei ut:
1954 modal. Ridio and heater,
now white "wall tiresi Uathar
trimmed upholstery, turquiote
blue body, black top. Excellent
condition, original owner. Call
Ft. Clayton I7-S184. '
FOR SALE. 1954 Mercury
Custom, hard top, wsw, radio,
Mcrc-O-Matic, good condition.
Phono Balboa 2-3676.
FOR SALE: 1952 Windsor
Deluxe. Phono 3-1386, Cristo-
Bargain. Leaving ; Country Ply
urn- 1958 ..Belvedere 8 cy
linders, two month used. Call
2-0186 or 3-160O after 3 p.m
FOR SALE 1941 Ford in good
condition, very cheap. 8th (treat
heme 2203, Rio Abajo. :
FOR SALE Ford 1956 four
' door, power steering, hydro hydro-.
. hydro-. mafic transmission, radio, w
- w, two tone, green heater,
Defrosters, best of fared, leaving
1 country soon. Contact: Major
: Luis Gomox-Cornejo BOQ 19
' Albrook Apt. 8 Phs. 3133
marble monument was unveiled
. yesterday on the spot where li
persons were killed a year ago
In Lan accident during the Mille
sMielia auto road. race. Spanish
HJriver Marquis Alfonso de Porta
so. his American co driver
Eddv Nelson, and nine spectators
were killed when a tire on de
Portago's racer blew out. hurliw?
. the car into the crowd lining the
, KASSEL, Germany (UP)-Mr.
Irmsard Stein. 27. han"ed her
sons, Lothar, 9, and Wilfried 5,
pn4 tt"i pftmm!,"l Ruiri'ie he.
cause she wasv unable to meet the
j i-iimax- nsvonts nn her fur.

; niture, police said yesterdav Mrs.

' ppin pvnlained h,er motive for
the double murder and suicide in
; a note.

Young lady needed for permanent Job as Secre Secretary,
tary, Secretary, Must have minimum of 3 years experience.
Write and speak English andl Spanish" correctly.
, Shorthand and good composition. Come or write giv giving
ing giving references. All information received will be kept

13-37 "H' Street
Box 134. Panama,


FOR RENT: As of May 15th,
Deluxe two bedroom apartment, y
2 baths (one with tub and
shower). Large sitting and din dining
ing dining room, kitchen. Maid room
and bath adjoining separate -laundry
' section. Lovely gardes)
and putting green. At No. 374-"F"-Stret-EI
Cangrejo, phono
3-0319 during office hours.
FOR RENT-Two pieces apart apartment
ment apartment and service $40.00. 90th,
street 61 San Francisco, i
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT s Well located of office
fice office apace, across from V Lux j,
Theatre.. Apply: Maduro, Moses
b Rimmington. Telephone 3-
FOR RENT: Small office space
with it ore room. ; Call. Tel.' 3 3-7434
7434 3-7434 from 5X0 p.m. to 6.00
Athletic Club
Tops Lou Glud
Basketball 5
T thrilline basketball fiame
the Athletic club defeated the Lou
Glud Agency last night by a 46
to 42 score. t ;
Tho.'Ram naced by H. A.
Vnunff and Georite MeArthur who
cnnroit t7 and 10 Domts "respect-
ivelv defeated coach Ah D lynn s
tf3am: Lm Klriana scorea ji
pohits for the losers and Rolando
Linares 8 hut Deing; oniy im se
pnnd came for the Glud Agency
they showed signs ol lacK pi pny
sical conditioning. ' v
Glud's team led the A.C most
of the game but In the last stanza
they were overcome by the Ahle-
tic Clurj wnen tne later wok an an-vantage
vantage an-vantage of their fine physical con.
dition to stage a last minute come.
bade.. ymxt i
There was i One crowd on hand
Watching the game and everyone
had a good time. The next game
for the Lou Glud Aeency will be
Thursday night at 6 p.m. when
the will' tackle the Balboa High
J.. V.
Plans are underway to Tecorga-
nize the Pacific Basketball League
and anyone Interested, In sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring ,or entering. team in the
T.eagiie Tler contact Charles
Brown of Flynn, ?
.The box score i ft
Athletic Club Rams
: FO Pt TP
Trout :
t. 1 4 B
' '" 5 0 10
" 7 3 Yt
K: 1? 3 46
tou Glud Agency
' ft
ft 4
1 17
1 7
K. Mead
ft ft
ft 8
0 n
2 2
I,ONDON fUPV -.; Soviet' scl
entists have discovered a : yast
ranee of volcanic seabed moun moun-tai"
tai" moun-tai" beneth the waters of the
southwest Pacific. Moscow nriin
renorted yeserdav. The broadcast
said the discoveries ; hart beAn
rnade hv the' reoarch '..shin.. Ob.
Por" of the volcanoes were near.
ly 7,000 feet high, the radio" said.
Sx Communist guerrillas came
out of the jungle yesterday, stop stop-tied
tied stop-tied a passing (British armored
car and announced they, wanted
to surrender. The leader of the
sroup explained he wanted te see
his wife again and two of, his
tollowers sald;they wanted te get
Department "A"
Rep, of Panama

RianA hi m 4 unDDianu ei mwxnv tihH Km m m (TARMAC fcSI ADOS UMDOS 149 Central At.

FARMAC1A' LUX-1M Ccntnl Avonoo HOUSEHOLD RXCHANGB J I: HOB.aM.m il "I: '. 'J.V .T,
VAN-DER-JIS-M Stnet No. N f ARM Al'IA Et BATURROf Lalevto I iwat FABMATIA -fAi"-V PerrK
too Bella Vista Theatre. COLONt Central Arena IZ.1U 'TcL 3t ; : v i 3

Baldwin's furnished apartment
it Santa Clara Beach, Talephono
Smith. Balboa 3681.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Largo
Beach House. One mil past the
Casino Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceantida Cottages
Santa Clara R de P. Phono Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
SHRAPNEL'S furnished ; homo,
on beach. Phon Thompson,
Balboa 1772.
FOR RENT: -At 50th (tract No.
. 25,- 2 bedroom bouse furnished,
exclusive neighborhood. Six
months or permanent occupancy..
$140.00. Information' at Cuba
Ave. No. 25-43. Phono 2-
FORv RENT: Chalet in Bella
Vista, recently painted, 3 bed- i
rooms, 2 bathroom, doubl
garage, maid's room, largo yard.
$150.00. Tel. 3-3948.
FOR RENT Beautifully fur-,
nished -housekeeping room, dou-;
bla couch, refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet with attached atovo,
bath, and entrance irMependent.
No. 3, 52nd Street. Phon 3-'
5!' I mlns. from; the heart oi
San Jos6, Costa Rica; t
Completely modern conveniences In
Suites ana Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot end cold water.
. Price: $8 and $8 dally,
with meals. s t
4 CosBopolltan kitchen 1
j"-;. Horse riding.
i For reservations P. 0- i ;
,( .Box 4459
.Manager: Bill and Eleno Jaanere
Temperature of the sun
ONLY $32.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
v Phone 2-2318
:.;.;v::ti call
JIM RIDGE -General
" Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 8-0552
cam on
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
'iieMiijtv t'.;,v
Panamiy N. lorx CoWn
What's Your TV Problem?
Special Half Price on transport.
Mon U.S. trained technician. ;
: ', Tivoll Ave. No. 18 2 ;
;"f Trl. S-1IM1S ''
Pius XII yesterday received in
audience the Rev. Gilbert Finl,
of West Springfield, Mass., 'new.
ly -elected superior, general of the
Stiematine ; Fathers and 19 other
leaders of the order, Father Fini,
order's American province. He
was elected superioa general by
the ordor's chapter general in
Rome. - T


Home Articles

FOR SALE: Mahojany China
closet and buffet made by P. C
Wookworkine Shop, $135.00.
Coffee table, maple chair, plat
form rocker. Balboa 2-1614.
. FOR. SAL!: Twin beds, double
. bed, chest of drawers, porch,
furniture (lass top tables, Vene-
ttian blinds. Call Panama 3-
1 3347.
FOR SALE At bargain price,
because of emergency. Sofa and
three armchairs of genuine Eng English
lish English (either; suitable for office.
For information inquire at Pub
1 lie Service Garage, ChorrNIo,
fourth intersection to the left,
Building No. 30-32. Ask for
Gabriel Isaia workshop....:
' FOR SALE: Weitinghouie re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, like now. Was $325,
now $175.00. Telephone Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 83-6148.
FOR SALE: Bedroom jet, 4
trend Japaneese Rattan, stove,
refrigerator and many other
items,. Available Juno 1st. Phone
Coroial 2233.
FOR SALE: -Konmora auto
matic washer, perfect condition.
86-4JI3. ; i
FOR SALE: Twin enehegany
beds, twin youth beds, sowing
machine "New Homo", i- two
: girls bicydes, : miscellaneous
household articles. House 0922,
Amador Road, Balboa. ':. ;
FOR SALE: Westinghouso all
porcelain refrigerator. New' 60
cycle unit, $95.00, good condi condition.
tion. condition. 0599-A Bayano St. Ancon, .-phone
phone .-phone Balboa 2-2744

House To Probe Whether FCC
Smothered Private Research

'r'Hn1';1-1!; vi' '';.-'''f
investigators served notice on
FCC chairman John C. Doerfer
yesterdav that they intend to find
out whether r his a'ge cy's 1L
censing policies had smothered
independent, communications re research.
search. research. .; 1 v
Chairman Oren Harris (D-Ark.)
said his house subcommittee on
legislative oversight wanted to
know whether "the action or in.
action" of the, FCC tended to
"erect an Iron Curtain around
independent invention,, research
and development in the radio
and television industry. ; i
Uoerfer was questioned closely
about the commission's policy re.
gaming equpment requrements
in awarding radio and TV li.
censes. The subcommttee re
sumed hearings after 8 two.wtek
. Charges RCA Monopoly
Bernard ischwartK. ousted fub.
committee counsel, had charged
that the FCC sets equipment stan
dards for new stations that can
be met for the most nar only bv
usm? equipment patented by the
Eadio corporation of America
fBn A V '. I. '. ": -'
Harris told Doerfer the aldine
of a patent .monopoly by "reguJ
Iatory fiat" had ..a "significance
far transcending the monop91v
evil." -
The "Justice Department has
brought an anti trust suit
against RCA, charemg the giant
communications firm used its
patents to dominate the broad
casting Industry,, .( r
( Kep. John E. Moss (D.Calif.
asked Doerfer- if the FCC eauin
mtnt requirements "might well
strengthen the nosition ; of mono
DoerferV said the commission
feels "the anti-trust division of
the Department of Justice 'is the
appropriate agency to enforce the
provrsions of tht .. anti-trust laws.
"The t commission has alwavs
considered the public' need for
economical and efficient com
munication service to be the com
mission's paramount respnsi,
uimy, no saiu.
sked About Connection
Doerfer Nwas asked what con.
nection there might be between
the FCC's patent decisions and
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. 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'



FOR SALE: 2 horses with sad saddles
dles saddles and bridles $90.00.-Aka 2
stalls at Curundu (tables $20.00
each, 86-4287. K
Has lust received a complete
' assortment of Gibson Air condi conditioners.
tioners. conditioners. Cemo look and compare.
""fOR SALIs Office deski and
chairs, drafting' tables, calculator
and other office equipment;.' Tel,
3-7 105 3-3632. :
FOR SALE-1 Small Klein Up Upright
right Upright piano $175.00 House
8 17J-A, Margarita C. Z..
LA Coliseum Relays
To Be Broadcast ;
Over CFN Friday
Tht "world aorlos'! of track
rid field events the Los An.
golos Coliseum Rolayi will bo
broadcast over tho Caribbean
Forces Radio network j Friday
ovoning (May U). Tho program,
scheduled to begin at 10:05 p.m.
' will be carried livo and direct
by ihort.wavo facilities oif tho
Armad Froces Radio Sorvico.
' i 'l
'CUNEO, Italy (UP)-An earth
tremor rocked this Piedmont
town early: yesterday. There were
no reports of casualties or dam.
ages. It was the second shock in
nine days. ,-
the reduction of ; the number o
TV manufacurers from jnore
than 1 nOn tn la than in
There were a Jot more auto
mobile manufacturers in the 20
and 30' a than nowand I don't
know how that happened either."
he replied: I
"'The subcommittee recalled
Doerfer and FCC Commissioner
Rosel H. .Hyde for more ques questioning
tioning questioning Wednesday.
In opening the. hearings, Hams
aid that "contrary tn unmc re.
ports", the' group had been "very
active since its explosive bear
ings earlier, this year.
They resulted in the firing of
Schwartz and the resignation of
FCC commissioner A Richard A.
Mack after disclosure of his
tangled financial relationship with
M l a m i attorney Thurman A.
Harris- said the new .hearings
would "open' the eves of lot of
peopled a b o u t the award of
croadcasung licenses.
Chorus To Present
'The Creation'
Next: Tuesday at' 8 p.m. In the
patio of the Balboa Elementary
School, the College Community
Chorus and orchestra will present
"The Creation" by Joseph Haydn..
under the direction of Weil t
Branstetter, : supervisor of music
for the Canal Zone Schools and di
rector of music in the Canal Zona
Junior College.' 1
The College Community Choru.i
is composed of regularly-enrolled
college students and of registered,
experienced adults singers of the
Lanal Zone community.
V Military personnel is well res.
presented, along civilian employes
of the governmental agencies re re-sidents
sidents re-sidents here. ,
The orchestra for the perform performance
ance performance of "The Creation" is equally
representative of, all United States
citizens living here.
Admission will be free. Since the
Haydn oratorio is listed with thy
really great music of the world
the work is adult in character, and
children who wish to attend must
- DqTaHnTer'A

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Boats & Motors
FOR SALE. 18 ft. outboard
crusier, licensed for five. 1957
25 hp. motor and all eeuipment
needed for boating. Snap on
anchorage cover. All for $700
or will sell boat for $475 and
motor and controls for $225.00.
Call Albrook 2104.
FOR SALE: 13 foot fiber glas glassed
sed glassed boat. Steering, controls, y
trailer, 15 h.p. Evinrude. fully
' licensed. $450.' Balboa 63 1 7,
FOR SALE: 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.
FOR SALE: 15 foot speedboat,
t 25 h.p.' Johnston and trailer.
$550.00. 55120 Diablo 2.'

Statement By Labor Secretary
Challenged By Sen. Douglas

Secretary James P. Mitchell said
yesterday the administration be believes
lieves believes most, states could partici
pate in a proposed extension of
unemployment benefits without
time-consuming action by their
legislatures. ;
He was promptly .challenged by
Sen. Paul H. Douglas (d 111)
who produced telegrams from
governors of 20 states.' Fourteen
said, state, legislative action would!
be 'necessarv for- them' tn
take part in the program as ap.
pniveu dt me nouse.iv ?.i
The exchange came as the Sen 1
ate Finance Committee opened
hearings .on 4 House '- passed
bill under w which th atat
would borrow from the federal
"overnmenT, to extend the dura
- j on. Pi present; loblesspayments
si" much a 50 per cent.
It would .be tin fn tit if a tut 'tn
"".ide wrNie" they, wanted to
join in the House '. aporoved
program. ThiHouse rejected the
recommenoation of the admfni.
tration that, state participation ,be
mme compu'wv.
Mitchell the Senate commit,
tee's opening witness, said he be
lieved Fnte officials could serve
as agps ,.of the federal govern
ment hi payine the extended ben
efits. He said-this would not re
ouire approval by state legisla
When Mitchell said the Labor
Deoartment had not checked thej
noint with individual statev Doug,
las read a telegram he had sent
to all state fovernors asking
whether legislative action was
needed. He received reoliei.from
19 Mates and two territories.
Only two. New- York and TT
linnis, would require no further
action, Douglas said. Gover.
nors of four' states Indiana,
Kentucky, Nebraska' and Utah-i
said they, thou sht. a state consM consM-tuionsl
tuionsl consM-tuionsl amendment m f g h t be
needed. Governors of 14 state.
t.oln Hnwsii anrl Alaska, said state
lefilation would be needed.
Mitchell told tht committee the
House passed program was me.
be accompanied bv their oarenfs
or by other responsible adults.
The G. Schirmer arrangement
of the famous work by Haydn will
be used for tthe soloist, the chorus
numbers, and the' orchestra. Pro
grams will be prepared by the
regularly-enrolled students fn the
local college.


, 1 J ... Witlr a view toward improving service and correcting
irregularities that "occur, .involuntarily, from time to time,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special J, j ,


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We will appreciate your call which


Maid wanted, far young couple
with baby for general work, ref
orences indispensable. Slat.;
Street No. 13 Apartment No. 4.
' Rm Marina House. Mr. WeibeL
Real Estate
FOR SALE: A lot in Cerro
Campana 2.000 mts. Excellent
view. Prieoa, 40c, with canec canec-tion
tion canec-tion water free. CM Tel. 2-
2951. .,.'.. ..
FOR SALE: Lots en the most
exclusive, safe and attractive,
beach in the country on the
banks of the Corona river. A
private beach far property own owners.
ers. owners. Only 60 miles from the
city. Easy payment plan. For
information enquire at Alfa
Stare, No. 29-1 10 Central Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. Phone 3-6153.
FOR SALE: Let 600 m2 (20x
30), corner at 50 mta. high highway
way highway Central, Lefevre Park. Price
$2,700. $1,400 cash and balance
$50.00 monthly. Tel 2-318.'.
ceptabla -to' the administration,
which opposes .a, more liberal bill
sponsored by Douglas and Sen.
John F. Kennedy, D.Mas.). The
House defeated a more fafjeach.
ujg uemocranc program.- ;
Sen. Albert Gore (D-Tenn:1 on
posed the: House bill and said he
wouia try to "improve" It.; 2-
' He j said the House measure
might Provide no ImmerlistA )un
efltS, Would discriminatn aonlnct
cnipiuycira m states accepting the
piugiariT,' ana wotid set tip an in:
equitable systen, of jobless pay.
Iff Afire !- : .. i t
eercarsalesdecliijedsi pr
cent in the first, rjimrr, nt
year, to 88,67 units ftorn the 1957
total of 91.843. ;th Rtirm a St.
tistitf said I veiteprlaw I jt.ui i
-onufln ana roreign.made cars re-
versea me trend, However, climb,
ing to S.852: units'from v,257 last
year. In March alone, total sales
of passenger and commercial ve.
hide sales alone ? totalled 40,500
units; It represented a decrease
of 11.3 per cent from a .year ago.
' BANGKOK, Thailand (UP) -U.S.
Air Secretary James H.
Douglas was received by King
Phuminhon :. Aduldet yesterday in
an audience at the royal summer
palace at Huahin. Douglas arrived
here from Manila' for a four day
courtesy visit to Thailand.

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) PARIS, May 14 (UP) Premier Pierre Fflimlin today ordered Cen. Raoul Salan, French commander. irt Algeria;
to take charge of, insurrection-ridden Algiers and restore order. ,, ;;V ry. '.r.:.'
the move followed shortly after President Rene Coty demanded loyalty from the 400,000 French troops in, AI AI-fceia
fceia AI-fceia where a military-civilian juntaseized power with a "committee of public safety" and urged Cen. Charles de
Caulle to head up a new strong man government jn Paris.' ; 1 f ;

New disorders appeared
Dfi;mr.n nH his cabinet

thlouffhout the French mainland? More than 10,000 police

during the day to put teexn

I The PGimlin regime also in in--
- in-- itructed admisistrative leaders oi
the Constantine and Oran regions,
as well as those in three big ci ci-ties
ties ci-ties neighboring Algiers, to con con-iider
iider con-iider themselves directly u n d e r
toe orders of Andre Mutter the
Sew minister for Algeria, who u
, 'ffiffiaOy, "these officials would
be under the control or the
k .ociHant. eeneral in Al-

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Jiers. The order apparently wsi
ss5StSi$5Q.fa hnet .for.

administrative apparatus in Aige Aige-iia
iia Aige-iia during the present rebeUious
Th fast devoloping ovents
cam as Franca appeared close to
civil war,
iru rAaT tmm Pflimlin Came i
. xuc
only hours after he won approval
from the National Assembly as
the country's 27th postwar premier
at least temporarily givmg France
i government to;cope wim one
of its gravest political crises to
. date. .;, . : . -.
" Tha Pfllmlln rir was issued
here shortly after Sylan him.v
stlf had announced in Algiers
that ha was ; assuming proxl proxl-.sional"
.sional" proxl-.sional" civil and military pow.
- irs through out the North Afri African
can African territory. ,, . :
Weather Or Not
; This weather report for the 84
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographlo Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
. Balboa Cristobal
Low .........
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BAIN (Inches) .05
'(inner harbors) 83
7:35 a.m.
s!: 8:07 p.m.
1:32 a.m.
1:46 p.m.
Last Day! 1.50 1. 00
2:15 5:35' 9:00 p.m.
Tho World's Most
Honored Show
The courage of battle-weary
men against the German
Africa Corps, during the Tu Tunisian
nisian Tunisian campaign of World
War Hi;.; -w
f WAR!
iIom4 thru (Jnlltd Arllili

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also decided today to prohibit all public demonstrations in Paris and in cities and towns

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A public safety committee, a
term familiar during the French
revolution and in effect a milita
ry and civilian junta, took over
power in Algiers yesterday at the
end of a day marked by wild ri.
oting. i i
D&fendanf Pavs
Traffic Mishap
A young Panamanian who was
i v,li.
iiivuiveu 111 VM muwiuvuins akwiuciib
today faced the Cristobal Magis.
trates Court on three charges. :
. For failing to report the accl-
dent which occurred 0n Randolph
Road on May T. '19-year.old Se.
bert W. Benjamin was fined $15.
His car sideswiped another auto
mobile, causing $100 damage to
the other car, yy-r.::,,,,.;,.
A $25 fine was imposed on Ben.
, charge and he was fined an addi.
tional $10 for not having a regis,
tration for his car. ;
The defendant paid the total
of $50 in fines and left the court.
Little League
Boys 5, Girls 4
Nine babies were born at Coco
Solo Hospital durind ending at
midnightWednesday, according to
the regular hospital report Dur.
ing the same week 85 patients
were admitted and 75 were dis
charged. f
i Girl babies were born to the
following Barents! Mr. and Mrs,
Abel Gran of Colon: Mr;, s and
Mr. Harrild Hill.' of Col6n: Mr
and Mrs,' William WiU, of Coco
Snln: and Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Francey, of Brazos Heights.
Boys were born to the follow,
inc.- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Alexan,
der, of Colon;. Mr. and Mrs Wil.
Uam Park, of Margarita; Sfc and
Marksberrv. of GulicK
piphts: HMr. and Mrs. J.immy
Tnm1nV nf r.noo Solo: and 3 Mr,
and Mrs. Robert LaPorta, of Co.
co Solo. 4
TOLEDO: Ohio TJP) Owens
Corning Fiberglas Corp. has pur pur-rhassH
rhassH pur-rhassH the Kavlo 'division ; of
Owens Illinois Glass Co., it was an
ndunced yesterday. The acquisi acquisi-tinn
tinn acquisi-tinn includes the manufacturing
nlant at Berlin. N. J., where
Ka vlo. an industrial heat insula:
tion product, is produced.
Treasury Will : Ask

Permanent Debt Top of $290

Treasury plans to ask Congress
for a permanent increase in the
national debt ceiling to at least
290 billion ; dollars to givethe
government more fiscal leeway,
an authoritative source said ; yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. ; fir ;" "Vr-; S
The boost was said to be nc nc-in
in nc-in meet the costs of the
arreleratine defense and anti.
recession nroerams at a time
when federal revenues are fall-
ing off because of the business
slumo. ; ', '.'--" 'v
v Ther 1 permanent debt ceilina
now Vis 275 billion dollars. In
February, however. Congress ap-
orove en administration riu!st
that it be raised temporarily to
?m billion, dollars' until June1 30,
1959. . V ''.':--':.'
The treasury rwrted jrstetday
that on May 8. the '.ast date for
yWH fibres were available, the
nnblic debt. totaled $274.585.516..
sn7 )3. 'itiin w morn than one
billion dollars higher than a year
ago. s '
Must Borrow Monty
Treasury officials have '"said
the government will have to bor
row more mone y in comma
months to meet its bills because
"endin 1 will- excea ; revenues.
i They bel'eve the situation calls
fn a w-'manent increase in the
I JpVf C(ihfi(.
tn brinf : anry nutftes from
I som members Conwcs. "ota-
i bW Sen. Hrry F. Byrd (D.Va..
! BvrH a leae" of the coneres.

y'sional economy blocK is chairman

and riot troops stood "guard at

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M: cmillan Sees I!d
Defense Being Built :
Against Missiles :
LONDON (UP) Prime Minister
Harold Macmillan, defending his
government's defense strategy of
reliance on nuclear rockets, de.
clared yesterday there was no sign
of v any defense being developed
against ballistic missiles.
He made -the statement during
a short but bitter Commons de debate
bate debate on new defense policies
which are based, on ultimate
scrapping of all manned fighters
and bombers and ; complete reli reliance
ance reliance on ballistic rockets.
The prime minister added, how
ever, that if aft anti-rocket defense
should be found, Britain might
have to reconsider its present
In line with the government
policy of ultimately scrapping
manned lighters ana -Dombers,
Supply Minister Aubrey Jones an.
nounced later that cutbacks in
Britain's aircraft industry would
be inevitable. .
Jones said, however, that the
government would continue, "as
necessary," v to sponsor ana n.
nance aeronautical research and
development to meet defense re
Jones announcement coincided
with an authoritative report that
Britain would abandon any idea oi
desienine or building fighters
more advanced than the present
supersonic PI or atom bombers
more advanced than the sub-sonic
Victor and' Vulcan, jets. i, i
The, Commons debate w a s
ouched off by opposition Questions
about what the British press has
described s a "revolt" by top
Roval Air Force officers against
the Macmillan government.
Air Marshal Sir uermot floyie
chief of the air staff, was report
ed to have voiced sharp disagree.
ment with "government plans to
scran manned aircraft 'in
sneech last week before a closed
gatherisg of some aoo leaaing pol politicians,
iticians, politicians, including the Duke of
A practical nurse Is a gal who (
marries one of her wealthy pa patients.
tients. patients. e ;
House To Approve
of the Senate Finance Commit,
tee which must pass on any such
remiest. He waged an unsuccess
ful fieht in February to noia me
temporary increase to inree du.
lion dollars;
The idea behind a permanent
increase would be to give tne
Treasury more room for fiscal
maneuvierinff without having to
come back to Congress period
ically with pleas lor temporary
hikes. 1 1 ' i ' 1
Treasury Secretary Robert B.
Anderson has told Congress that
it would he impossible to ride out
the Seconal slumo In tx receipts
next fall and winter under the, 275
billion dollar ceiling.
- Andersen Supports Increase '.
Anderson made the statement
in January in supoort of the tem temporary
porary temporary increase. At that time the
administration officially estimated
th budget deficit "this yer at 400
mi'lion rfollnrs and at 500 million
d"1' Mxt vear. r.-r "
But since then the recession has
come wlh ct in tx f even.
nes. Now the outlook la or" a
hre billion dollar deficit 'n th
fiscal year .that ends June 30 ad
dec't of between R "d 10 bil billion
lion billion dollars in fiscal 1959.
Nn final dc'!nn hs yet ben
made on how "'"h the new reil.
Inir should hp. This w'li Uned to
' great exfent on whether taxes
r Without tar-tnt.Ht -wasre-!
h Te"e w"',l be or a ''ebt
limit rof 290 billion dollars. If 'a
tix cut would be excepted to
slash revenues, the request would
be higher.

strategic spots around Paris

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jthe time a motorist finished
treading the five signs on this;
,post in Pittsburgh, Fa., nea
iprobably have gotten a ticket.
(Now, see if you can figure out
ithose signs'. It's what is known
.a tiilihff confusion on confu-
sinn-v Ther is one unqualified i
statement visible.- the speed
I limit is 25, miles per hour.
Army has awarded a $7,849,296
contract to Minneapolis Honey
well Regulator Co. for s e c r e t
items, l't was announced yester
day. ,
NEWARK, N.J.. (UP)-Harold
Newcombe! 30. brother of, Los
Angeles Dodger pitcher Don New New-come,
come, New-come, was convicted of. assault,
ing a polipeman and- fined $200
yesterday. t r -4 j
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United States Offers Police Equipment
To Terrorist-beleagured Lebanon Regime
BEIRUT, Lebanon, Mar 14 (UP) The United States offered "police equipment" to Lebanon
today to "help' the government maintain internal security."
U.S. ambassador Robert McLintock promised the United States would airlift "police equip equipment,"
ment," equipment," including tear fas. ' --
It was the first American action to provide aid for President Camilla Chamoun's beleaguered
regime.s -, .-j
It came after antl-rovernment terrorists exploded two bombs near the U.S. embassy In the
sixth day of violence that had brought this tiny Middle East country to the brink of civil war

vipiomauc sources regaraea
Pro-western Lebanon, torn by
leftist uprising, formally accus
ed Egypt and Syria last night of
" massive interference aimed at
the "destruction" of this tiny na.
tion.''- : '. v -i ;- A
Chamoun. called in the U. S.
British and French ambassadors
to report the nation was the ob
ject of attack from abroad, c
On nothern, area of the coun.
try reported in rebel hands and
sharp fightina i was underway
elsewhere," but an : American
source said n request had been
made for U.S. aid under the El.
snhwer Doctrine. .?
A jeering leftist mnb, attemnted
to storm the U.S. f mha srv in
Beirut yesterday and got within
Bnlish Movie Jlaj) II
Af US InfeIHgonce
Wins French (heerr
CANNES. France fUP) 1 1A
British movie containing sham
criticism of U.S. military intern-.
gence operations during; World
war u won cneers hero last
nights from a largely-French au.
dience at the Cannes Internntion.
al ww festival.
The fulldress audience, similar
to that which had booed the U.S.
production of "The Brothers Ka-
ramazov" Sunday, loudly applaud,
ed "Order To KiU." a British.told
laie oi an allied cloak-and-dagger
mission in occupied France.
The British film starring
young American Air t orce of.
ucer sent into France during the
war to juu a Frenchman suspect
ed of bein? a traitor.
li, carries an underlying con.
demnation of, American' intelli.
gence officers who decree the
frenchman's execution without
baking sure that he is guilty.
After his death, the Frenchman
is discovered to have been inno.
cent and the plot line has the
Americans chalk off the mistake
to the unfortunate fates of war.
The audience also appeared to
have enjoyed the movie's final
scenes where the only American
promoted because of the mission
is a Washington-based officer who
arrived in Europe after D-Day.
Egyptian, Syrian
Citizenship To Be
Abolished By Law
CAIRO (UP) The -United
Arab Republic yesterday drew up
new legislation ''a b o 1 i s h 1 n g
Egyptian -, and Syrian citizenship
and designating the people solely
as "Arabs."
The first article stipulated that
every 1 person who carried
Egyptian or Syrian nationality on
reD. a.
1958. henceforth, was
Arab." -
The legislation rovided that
"Arab territory" comprised the
lands of Egypt and 'Syria, while
me Aran latherland com
passed an area "from the Atlan
tic coast to the Persian Gulf
where Arabic is the language of
uie inajuniy oi' me population.
Under terms of the pending
legislation, the government would
be authorized to strip citizenship
from any erson convicted of
aiding Zionism, helping a foieign
power at war with the U. A. R.
or one with which the U. A. R.
had severed diplomatic relations.

Ike Warned Congress Won't
OK More Power Over Tariffs

Eisenhower was 'warned by Re.
publican legislative leaders' yester yesterday
day yesterday that Congress would ; not ap
prove his request for additional
tariif-cutting powers in its present
; The GOP House and Senate
leaders m ade the report at their
weekly White House meeting .with
the President. Shortly afterward,
Speaker Sam Rayburn brought
new pressure on Eisenhower to
make some concessions on the
bitterly.disputed proposal.
Rayburn, who warned the Pres.
ident previously that his program
was in jeopardy, rernhvied the
administration that it shared with
Congress the responsibility, for en.
actment of a workable ende bill.
"I like everybody to take their
own responsibility," the Speaker
said, obvious y implying that the
White House had failed to do so.
t Ike Stands Firm
He made the statement after a
reporter observed that the Presi.
dest was standing firm on his
original proposal despite Kay.
burn's call for concession to Con.
gressmen seeking protection for
domestic Industries.
Chairman- Wilbur Bv : Mill ( D
Ark,) told Jiewsmenh hoped the
House Ways a Means Committee,
which is considering ; the trade
legislation behind closed doors,
could finish work on a Dill this
week, n

me situation as extrcmciy uangerous.

500 yards of the building before
Lebanese' troops and riot police
beat it back. -..;
Rioters also stoned the cars of
two U.S. embassy officials and
the embassy ordered all American
to stay off the streets. ;
. McClintock ordered all Ame.
rlcans to lay by a week's supply
' of food and appointed "wardens"
for all areas of the city to keep
guard ever the U.S. nationals.
At least 45 persons were re
ported killed in clashes i between
pro and anti.government forces in
Beirut, Tripoli and various bor border
der border posts. ( , '.
The outbreak of violence flared
Into ( virtual civil war yesterday
amid these developments:
Reports reaching here said the
entire area north and east of Trj.
poll, where the revolt "broke out
last weekend, was in the hands of
"anti.government elements."
Fresh battling flared in Bei.
rut's Moslem quarter, stronghold
of the anti-government forces.
Two major engagements took
place with at least 13 killed; along
the Syrian frontier.
v-The Lebanese navy reported
capture of three arms laden "E-
gyptian" commando launches off
the coast.
Heavy fighting was reported
south of Beirut on the Saida road
near; the capital's airport, -v
Against this blazing background
foreign minister Charles Malik
handed a formal protest td Gen,
"iriul Hamid Ghaleb, ambassador
the United Arab Republic that
unKs Syria ana Egypt.
Malik then summoned a news
conferenceAat the foreign, minis ministry
try ministry .where nt accused the Sy.
rians and Egyptians of "unleash "unleashing
ing "unleashing the strongest possible attack
and vilificstions upon Lebanon
and Its government..."
"We interpret this massive in
terference from outside as having
everytning to do with tne events
now develooing to Lebanon, Ma
UK declared. .- -
ik. s: iin i e aaaii
FLYING THAI Wearing the
helmet of a U.S. Air Force jet
pilot is the Prime Minister of
Thailand, Thanom Kittikakom..
The Prime Minister was invited
to go aloft when a group of Air
Force F-100F Supersabre Jets ;
visited his country. Thanom's
plane crashed the sound barrier
several times during the flight
in which he was a passenger.
He made the statement after
the committee discussed proposed
compromise provisions uesigned
to du 1 the edge' of the protec.
tipnist drive without crippling the
trade program.
Other members predicted the
compromise measure would fall
far short of the protectionist de.
mands, They said the oroposals
under study would not impose
mandatory import quotas or strip
the President of his discretionary
power to overturn the tarntf
commission recommendations for
tariff increases..
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Bill To, Be Liberal
"It will be a liberal trade bill,:
Mi'ls told a reporter. "The com.
mittee won't approve t'f protec
Uonifet bill."
House Republican Leader Jos-
eph W. Martin Jr. said after the
White House meeting that "the
President is alwava readv to
listen to. compromise, but that
doesn't mean he is going to ac
cent it." 4
Martin said the' President did
not indicate what changes he
might be willing to accept.
Sen.r Leverett Saltonstall (R
Mass.) ; said the President was
'.'verv 'emnhatlc": that the trade
proeram must be extended. He
stronclv wants a five.y ear extcri
sion of authority to cut tariffs
another' 25 per cent on a recipro.
cal basis.' "s

The foreien :. minister inHnafarJ

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Ubanon was considering whether
to turn to the ; West or to the
United Nations for aid
JJut ne refused to answer when
a reporter asked if Lebanon would
invoke U.S. militarv iit
Eisenhower Doctrine .
Ubanon quickly accepted the
Eisenhower Doctrine against eg
gression in the Middle East when
it was first proclaimed last year
wuuei uie uocmne, aid is provi provi-ed
ed provi-ed only if it is requested.
.Malik said the present events
in Lebanon cannot 'be understnnd
except against the background of
toi. omsiae lnierterence in our
uuernai auairs. r-
He cited incidents Monday and
yesterday in which a Belgian
diplomat based in Syria want
fused of a acts of arms smuo.'
BIINM ..J t L .1 w
...... in wmcn reaayeen
Arab commandos wer caught
at sea and on the Syrian border.
xesteraay mornine rhamrmn
summoned : the- U.S.; British and
French envoys for nvoys for e e-mergency
mergency e-mergency talks to inform them
It l """try was "the object
v anavft nuni aoroaa.
Russia's Suspension
01 WearTesIs
Seen As Propaganda
Army Secretary Wilber M. Rmrir
vr saw yesteraay tne United States
wouiu noi De "tliaekmai oH' Infn
lowering ns defenses by the
Soviet 'Union's unilateral es.
sation of nuclear tests, k fj .;
7 7"" "MU
tirucker. speakine at, nn Armori
Forces Week lunch, said Russia's
aDanaonment of nuclear wennnns
teswng was a -despicable pro.
paganda" move which the Soviets
had "no Intention whatsoever of
abiding by."
He said the Kremlin leaders
were dedicated to the destruction
of the United States and would
have started a nuclear war if it
had not been for their'' fear of
retaliation in kind. l f -k
"Behind the i Soviet purpose to
destroy us stands the might of
the; largest mobilized militar;
forces on earth." Brucker said
"The Sino Soviet bloc has more
than 8,000,000 men under arms at
this very moment.
He said russia s 400 ground
divisions. 25.000 modern aircraft
and 500 submarines far. surpassed
the might of the axis powers at
the start of Worm war n.
Russia also possessed powerfu
nuclear v weapons : and efficient
meansv of long-range delivery, he
pointed out. .w,M''--J.
However,1; he said it J. was un
Hkely that Russia jwould .attack
whilo Tl S. Armert forces were
Capable of instant retaliation, But
he warned that, this would pro pro-voke
voke pro-voke "Brush fire" troubles in
Asia, Africa and elsewhere.


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nuei Ycaza remained elieible tn
ride Jewel's Reward in Saturday's!
rreamiess MaKes when Belmont
Park' stewards decided, today he
was nor responsible, for a foul in
yesterday's first race. 1
If the stewards had given Ycaza
10-day susoension fnr th tnt.
ference caused bv his mount in fh.
race, he would have been unable
to handle Jewel's Reward 'for
Maine Chance Farm in the $ioo,J
tm added Preakness at Pimlico.
Chant in vesterdav' ffrst nu
Belmont but the horse wa HUmi!
uueu mr causing interference in
the stretch and was placed second.!
After looking at. films of the race
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toaay, the track stewards decldJ
ed Ycaza was not responsible for
pame uiant s actions. .'
Ycaza has been in constat fcnf
water with the stewards in recent
months. He was suspended m F.orl
Ida earlier this vear for hi uravi
ward ride aboard Jewel's Reward
in ine r iamingo Stakes. Two of
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JP tha Bohemia Stable's Ani,
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l fur Ion n to capture the
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over Shlnws Brloht, who finish
J a head to the good of Gray
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to be the 1958 president of the
American Newspaper Publish
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of ANPA, is publisher of the
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