The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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

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MAR 28 135 :
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Teenager
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In Rainbow City

' ; A Rainbow City hak-down in which a 14-yar-pld
boy wa held by his heeU and hit pocket-change literally
haken out of him landed threiolder teenagers in jail
yesterday. Two 12-year-olds who came to. the aid of the
younger boy were also slugged by; the" older boys. S
.Ae a result of it all, Percy Redman, Kentwood MaxweU
and Ricardo Muir,": all 18-year-old Panamanian residents
of Rainbow City, ill each spend, 60 days in,; jail, for the
"'first. Incident, They .were sentenced to 30 days each for
. ..' -i i-- l ..

psftrery pius oajr iur pom
Redman and' Muir' tvlll spend
sn additional 15 days each in
Jail for the subsequent batteries
on tne younger Doys.
The crimes occurred Friday
Gulzsd6 Prosecutor
Lasso dc la Vega V
Dios h Auto Crash
Vee nrivate prosecutor at the
'trial of forpe? President Jose Ra Ramon'
mon' Ramon' Cuizado for romolicity ,in
the assassination of President Jo
: i A Remon.1 was killed early" to
day i in an automobile accident
near SaaiCarlos. 1, V
He 'was 'driving ack; from Bio
Hato about 3:J5 a.m.3 when his
automobile crashed inkv t cattle
truck' which was Teturning empty
to Chiriqui after Ieavuig a bad in
Panama iiii'iWVvi!"-.'"
Earlier, Dr; lasso fle la Vega.
14, had attended the first working
session f the Panama University
summer achool's'Tound tame con
frne tin Inlernatienal eanalg.f
bile, Wentiflcauoo oi x,ass was
not oossible. until-' several hours
ft,erwardU' iMM&'
tliiso dl 1 Vega -studied law
't Rutffpr rtniversitv.ssfter.com-
nletina his primary and 1 i g h
school studies. in Panama;,
He later- studied international
law. in Spain, and was graduated
mm th. Madrid. University in
1928,. later making further studies
in the university ot rans.-
Rated- among Panama's pfomi pfomi-iient
iient pfomi-iient attorneys,, he gained interna interna-tinnal
tinnal interna-tinnal nrominence in 1955 as the
private prosecutor ef Guizado, who
was tried ana louna gumy oy me
National Assembly as an acces accessory
sory accessory W tht assassination of Presi
dent Remon en Jan. a, i
': He was presently preparing to
erve as private prosecutor also
In the forthcoming civit. trial of
alleged trigger-man Ruben O., Mi Mire
re Mire and others fi'
French Actresses i
Raise Neckline
To Heel: Royalty
LONDON (UP) France's top
movie sctresses ; t a I s e d heir
necklines Monday night to meet
Queen Mother Elizsbeth and Prin-;
cess Margaret, and the- British
rirrided todav that the prin-
cess looked better, than any of
them. .". ., ,'
The occasion 'was the annual
presenianon 01 ntw xum
as the hiahlight of French Film
Festival Week. Five women and
three .men were presented.
"Marearet was the loveliest."
badlined Daily Mirror, reporter
Donald Zee ; 1 '
'l have never seen Princess
Margaret looking so stylishly
- beautiful : Ss she looked last
niRht." :
."She" o lovely, said the glara-ouro-u
stiri!" was the Daily
Mail's adline. : '
All ne5papers agreed taat tne

'amount of cleavage shown by the;" hich blood pressure for n a-

rrMPk iri would na nefl
tbe strictest censor. There had
heen rumors that such stars as
Martin Carol planned U wear
plunging necklines.
" A mere mle stole' the show.
:
Ho was Jean Marais. wh wor
behed top coat lined with white
mink.
Last Call.
For Winninq
Ticket 0225-." v
Tf the American Legion's
first
true winner doetnt" step forward
br rtiday. the TV set and Tecord

player will be reverted back toi"nadkrued?

tho organization
it was learned to-
day.
-, me wusnmr tieket Q2S6 Cii nev-
er been claimed sinte tbe Legion!
Ball I'rnort twa Mk
Anrfwe who has rnfnrmatioa
few the w:npin)t ticket is afked'

io coniaci te ie-"on headuar
ters or Halmaa, SJC
. i

Held Up

ioi n.-
about 5 p.m. at the side-of the
Rainbow City commissary. ..
"h" Tbe three big boys crabbed:
Delano A, ; Roberts, 14, and
"while one of them held him
upsilde down. by lus heels, an another
other another stood on one of the vie-
iims hands, while the third
'went through his pockets.
" A total of 85 cents was shaken
out of Delano,
Two f la-year-olds,' Archibald
Quentin and Roberto Saunders,
who came: to his assistance, re retrieved
trieved retrieved 30 cents of their friend's
loss. ,', .-,,
The 1 olderr boys then turned
on the 12-year-olds, who turned
and ran Muir went after Quen Quentin
tin Quentin and Redman caucht baun-
dera. .,

the younger to Rive up a nlckeri"011 sa,a

or so 01 tneir friend s money
they were trying to saye..
in court yesteraay.- Redman.
Maxwell and Muir pleaded guil-
ty to au r tne onenses.
A charere of robbery had at
first been filed against them on
the basic crime, that of forcibly
taklnir .money from the. person
of Roberts ''
Mn ourv yesterday, ''however.
Assistant District '"Attorney :zi
felony charge and substituted
the. petit larceny and battery
charges:
This was done because of the
youth of the ? defendants, be
cause they have no previous rec record
ord record of serious charges, ana be
cause none- of the victims suf
fered more than minor bruises
in the shake-down, .--.w
Ekberq, Husband
Ak EiressTTo Say f
TheyVe I n Love j:
PARIS, MarcH 27 (UP) -Anita
Ekberg snd her actor husband.
Anthony Steele, Asked the press
to inform, the world today that:
;:They do so love each other-:
She is not expecting a baby.
"Statement No. 1 was by the ac actress:
tress: actress: No, 2 hy her British hus
band., t-z ."- iA ;-:,i.;,VJ;V .-.
The couple arrived from Sweden
last7 night, where Steel had joined
mc wile. Her sudden flight from
the United States to visit her fam family
ily family in Sweden touched iff reports
She squelched .' tne- rumors.
"There is nothing true In press
reports that Anthony and I do not
love j. each other any more," she
saidy v - '--.
"Pease tell your readers,"
Steele said,' "that my wife Is not
expectins a baby. She Is a movie
star, you know, and does not need
hi irint f nnkiiitv
Rainbow City
Woman Dies
OY Stroke
' v. V ". " 'v -"
MrsJ Benton Gsray de Salaf,
66, of Rainbow. City died at Coco
Solo Hospital early this morning a
short time after admission.
She is believed to have died of a
stroke, as she had been suffering
"
She was the wife of Hirinio "Sa-
lazar.
Quiga Quests New
And Thinks Texan
htW YORK (UP)-Dim
views
ton tiaruifc sunjects:
Witty Teddy Nadler, the St.
I Lou: i euizbang soaring to new
sum mils ot wealth with his abil
ity to pew facts upon the TV
'screen let us consider a new word
to describe persons suffering from
overstuffed brain. How about
Or for the sake of simplicity.
fcit 'nadied.
That's too simple. Maybe "nad
U HmlA i. twMIrr
4
Bradwsy. a place whirb show
r-ople often have thmcht should
be rename : iAgony Alley, w i 1 1

' "Let the People know the truth and the couidry U ittfe' 4bra
" i' . PANAMA, B. r WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7." 1957

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
THE SALE of consumer goods,
in Panama has increased be between
tween between 15 and 40 per. cent since
the closing of Canal Zone com commissaries
missaries commissaries to Panama residents,
La Hora reported today,
v.- The tabloid added that sales'
of luxury Items have also
shown a marked Increase and
commented that the Remon Remon-Eisenhower
Eisenhower Remon-Eisenhower treaty Is already
bearinr fruit to the benefit of
national economy. (
The manaeement of a Panama
City club frequented by mem members
bers members of the U.S. Armed Forces
has;' been charged with selling
contraband Canal Zone liquor.
Panama eustoms inspectors
pressed the charje after find finding
ing finding more than 12 empty bot bottles
tles bottles of liquor marked for sale
In the Canal Zone exclusively
on' the premises of the Me Mechanics
chanics Mechanics Club on Francisco de
.la Ossa Avenue,-.
! The management of the club
said the liquor was brought in
by Canal Zone residents "who
bought sodas and drank the li
quor on the premises, 1 leaving
tne empty bottles,,
The club is periodically used
By UJS. enlisted men for private
parties, the management said.
La Hora : also echoed com complaints
plaints complaints today about the new
street and house numbering sys system
tem system "Which -no one under understands."
stands." understands." '
Several persons have request requested
ed requested La Hora to ask for a return
to the old system, the publica-
Newsmarx George "W. Wester?
man currently serving as patt
ama delegate to the United Na Nations,
tions, Nations, has been appointed chief
of the press section of the gov government's
ernment's government's information. Office..
Westerman succeed -"sports-writer
Bernardo Nufiez, who was
named general inspector of Jn-.
surance in the Ministry of, Agri.
cttltrial!5pmnerc4.
Public- Works Officiais"" t aay
attributed the lack of road signs
along detours where the Nation National
al National Highway la. being repaired, to
the theft by individuals who use
them as fire wood; ; J s
s The officials said roadblock
are also removed snd -thrown
in ditches by. some drivers whd :
want to save time by not tak tak-Ing
Ing tak-Ing a .detoufi"'-i ;:4 ftVufi
The Panama. Maritime "Union
has charged the local lawyers of
bijr shippinR companies ; with
holdin uo the boarding- of Pan
ama-registered ships in Canal
waters by; Panamanian, lnspec
tors. .tr'i:-f'..y.''-i'i -:
The. union issued a commun commun-laue
laue commun-laue asking Foreien Minister
Aquillnd Boyd to clarify the eov-
ernment's position on tbe board
ing of the vessels by nautical
inspectors.' ';;"'.
Olympic Sl2rVcJ$;
Czech Bride;A(!:rj
3-MpnIh; Maralhbn
. P n A G U E, V.. Czechoslovskia,
March V (UP) Harold Conno Conno-ly,
ly, Conno-ly, and Olga Fikotova were pro pronounced
nounced pronounced man and wife three times
over today in a marathon mar marriage
riage marriage ending their three month
battle for tbe right to wed across
the Iron Curtain...-,' 4 : r
A vast demonstration of 3.000
cheering Ciechs overfloodthe Vast
"Old .Town Square" outside City
Hall, cheering the. couple While
they tbok the first set of vows.
Wedding bells rang out for the
American Olympic hammer cham champion
pion champion and his pretty brown eyed
Czech bride under honeymoon honeymoon-blue
blue honeymoon-blue skies in Eastern Europe's big big-test
test big-test wedding of the year.
First they became .- man f end
wife in the civil eeTeraony at City
Hall. Then they were re-wed next
door at the Roman Catholic
Church of Our Lady; Finally an-;
other ceremony was conducted a a-rross
rross a-rross the square in Olga's own
church, the Evangelical Church oil
St. Salvatore.

Moniker For QuizIaeJ; Reflects On Ripley Odcfitbrium;

Bra Manufacturer
blossom out with some true tor
ture instruments next month with
the opening of a "Ripley Odditor-
ium." :
This back-to BArnum movement
has an ent;re section devoted to M
fiendish medieval torture imple

ments starting out with s flesh! This -tiin Texas has gone too
pincbei, an eye spike, a spikedjfar. '-collar
collar '-collar a mouth opener, and a There's a fellow here who says
"ladle mouth gag hand funnel," i hell grant, for tbe sake of argu argu-which
which argu-which sounds utilitarian at least. Iment that Texan may think big
- Then you progress to such auto ; wear widet brimmed hats,
mati-w as finger crusher, shin have Digger feet sod maybe even
breakrt, spiked cradle, spiked. biseer heads, than anybody else.

jwhip healing bat. wrist -crusher.
leg tm$her (bnth woodrn and,
metal; spiked roiling pin, and

' 0

Tight

er; Security, Measures

Mark Transit

" Civil and military measures for sr Soviet flag freighter tran transiting
siting transiting the Canal today, were tighter in some respects than they
were for the two Russian vessels which transited last January.
Capt. Icor Aleev of the motorship van Babuahkln Is under understood
stood understood to have -requested permission for shOre ieay. for himself
and at least some of his 41-man crew.
"This was refused, and the master is understood to have
made no Secret of his irritation at not belna; allowed ashore.v

(When the Nikolai Ostrovsky.
anrt r.h Aamirai benva,vn
rtved im Balboa Jan.. At and
transited nortnoound the next
day, an official canal Zone
spokesman said members of the
crew would be permitted ashore
to attend to ship's business
. The brand; new 331-f t. Ba Ba-hnshkln
hnshkln Ba-hnshkln a shm of 3.500 tons
-arrived in Criswbal baroor a a-bout
bout a-bout 9 a.m. Monday morning
with a cargo of sugar from Ha Havana,
vana, Havana, Cuba: She is bpuncu lor
Vladivostock. v
Sines the Babushkirf had
.never transited the Canal be before,
fore, before, she required admeasure admeasurement,.
ment,. admeasurement,. This process, for a ship
of her size, normally takes a a-;
; a-; bout three to four hours; wa waterfront,
terfront, waterfront, sources said today.
However, the admeasuring andi
security inspection ; for ; the Ba-1
bushkin took two fuU days.. This
two-dayj delay did not improve
the, master's, disposition.
Mor was he nwmmeo, oy ine
relusal'of United States; author
ities to, permit him to secure
simDl weather chart snowing
such .daU as the generally pre-vailina-
'Winds in the Pacific at
(thlsttime of the ; year. This
chart not a Jiaviganon map, 1
"but, U was tilassified as coming
ntierrtne same.oan wukitu-.-u.
Secretary of ;StaU John Foster
Dulles is understood 10 nave re refused
fused refused to lift 0x1 charts for-the
Senyavin ana tne ostrovssy.ir
All in 1L tJie --master, ., who
speaks good EngUsh, wasenough
j 1 fvX- ''-I.' ?'-' 'K.-'1 iJ
Ike Allacki Bud
a
Cuts By Congress
As
WASHINGTON, March 2T (UP)
-.President Eisenhower today ve vehemently
hemently vehemently attacked piecemeal
budget cuts by Congress as fatu fatuous
ous fatuous and the most foolish kind of
economy, : -" ;'
-As for a specific recommenda
tion by Sen; Harry F. Byrd (D-
Va.) that the 7i.s toiuion ouagei
for fiscal 1958 be cut by $5 billion,
The President said he did not be
lieve a cut- of this size could pe;
accommodated within jne security
and welfare requirements of the
United States., s ..
Byrd made that reduction pro proposal
posal proposal in s speech prepared for de delivery
livery delivery in the Senate today.
In bis most vigorous aiscusiun
of the budget to date, the resi resident
dent resident challenged Congress to de-
.ih fnr ftiitlf whether the Amer
Iran neonle wanted to cm oown
on payments to veterans, agricul agricultural
tural agricultural benefits and the construction
.rhnnli. He said these are
the only expenses that ;. couia ne
wa jAu,n Vr ne to reduce
expenditures for .defense, mutual
aid and the atomic energy com commission
mission commission would be to invite inter international
national international trouble.. ..' v.- ;
Reckless Driving
Nets RP Man Fine
Of $25 In Court ;
... . .. .... f.,f
i Wflfred Othnel Thomas. SgPa-
namanian. was fined S2S in Baiooa
Magistrate's Court yesterday on a
charge of reckless driving.
He was at the wheel of an army
truck Which bad an accident. j
llasGone To Far
"torture rack with wheel to break
back." ; i ;
One Hem on the menu which w.
not described but which must cer certainly
tainly certainly be a Charles Addams de delight
light delight Is labeled simply, "heretic
catcher.' .
But be will not W them put uo s
big front about the brassiere sizes
down there.

Of Red Ship
put out to make a pun on his
own name;
"Ah-leev," h, remarked,"
"Indeed 1 do leave this place,;
and I'll be glad to."
1 Except for a supply, of paint paint-not
not paint-not red and some fresh vege vegetables
tables vegetables boueht from a Colon
shipchandler, the Babushkin
purchased nothing here
After spending two days and
two nlehts asslened to the- ex
plosives anchorage in Limon
Bay, the : Babushkin started
transit at 7 a.m. with Canal pi pilot
lot pilot Capt. F. V. Kerley aboard.
The Canal said she would
be under : the same security
practice that lus governed the,
recent passage of Soviet ships.
These included Naval and
Marine guards aboard, special.
Navy patrols In .the harbor,
and extra guards on the locks.
The Babushkin is' expected to
clear the canal about 3 p.m. and
continue straight ttf sea.. t

International Law Oyer Contracts -HlghfefttOf
R

The principle f lnterfialio'nsljbrifvf'sIUes r4 partlcfpating ln

laVtrirrykrSvigatio,4i

on the seas prevails ovpr -sny con
tr actual arrangements oeiweeu
nations covering interoceanlc ca-
nalsr was one ot me major puin is
stressed vesterday- ss the iround-
table discussion on inter-oceanic
canals went. wto s second ses ses-sion;
sion; ses-sion; 5t, i-i::;--rff
' The meeting yesterday was pre-
Md nver bv Dr. Harmodio A-
nas, and was nignugmea oy iur
snkr. Dr.. RauL Cervantes A-
humada of the University of Mex Mexico:
ico: Mexico: Dr. Francisco Garcia .Amador
pf the University Of Havana, Dr.
Ernesto Barros oarpa, 01
u.o.ttvmf r.hile and Dr.'. Carlos
Garcia Bauer of: the University of
r:ntmala. All are professors of
international law. v
Tonight,, Panama's former For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister, Dr. Octavlo Fabre Fabre-ga
ga Fabre-ga will address the gathering which
meets in the main auditorium of
the National-University, sponsoring
the meeting. Top uiternauonausw
from seven other Latin American
Ezra Dove, 21, Panamanian, was
fined $25 in Balboa Magistrate's
Court todsy for hsving no license
t operate his bus. He paid anoth another
er another $10 for driving in the wrong
lane. : ''
- Agustin Delgado, Jr.. 27, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, was fined $5 for having
no operator's license. Imposition
of sentence wss suspended for
him- on s charge of having no
certificate of inspection.
Insolent Waiters Food

MaMBHksHMBMMM I
Judge's Bench

LEINALI PASSENGERS SUE

SAN FRANCISCO. March 27
(UP) Four couples filed s joint
suit for (40.000 against tbe Hawai Hawaiian
ian Hawaiian Steamship Company charging
breach' of-contract tnconneeion
. 11 1
On Big Things!
, He took umbrage at a news newspaper
paper newspaper dispatch which said a Texas
manufacturer makes the world "aJ
largest brassieres and whicn sug suggested
gested suggested that Texas women require
such. The local man, Arthur Car Carson,
son, Carson, a bra maker, who thinks so
much of his product that be
named it Lovable, declares he
sells more largo sues in Califor i
nia, Minnesota, and even New
York than they make In Texas.
Furthermore, he claims it's not
tbe chest measurement, which we

see printed, that counts it's the! beer be had left on tbe sidewalk
cup size. A small girl who wears, outside s tavern,
a 34T he says, is proportionately! Tbe beer had been taken to po po-more
more po-more magnificently endowed than 'lice headquarters by two cruising
sa Amazon who wears a 4CB, jpatrolmen.

Abraham Lincoln.

Israel Reports
3 Arab Raids
AcrossBorder
JERUSALEM, Israel, March 27
(UP Israeli sources reported
tbree new incidents with this coun
try's-Arab .neighbors today, Two
resulted in armed clashes.
Rtliabl sources also said Is Israel
rael Israel has told tho Unitod States
and Britain It could not "post "post-pone"
pone" "post-pone" an early atttmpt et puf
an Israeli ship through tho Sues
Canal. -"
Jordan's Ramallah radio report
ed meanwhile that Egypt was In
clined to agree that free Israeli
passage through the gulf of Aqa-
ba should continue "wunout torm
ing a precedent binding on Egypt
or Saudi Arabia."
One of. the reported clashes
came when Syrian troops, fired on
an Israeli stettlement in the-north
shortly after midnight, There
were no casualties.
1 But one Israeli was wounded se seriously
riously seriously when Arab guerrillas from
the Gaza strip ambushes a truck
in the south pear the port of Ei-
lat. ;v-r '-.".2 "...
In the ftird Incident, Jerusalem
radio reported "Arab snd mar marauders'!
auders'! marauders'! from the .Gaza strip loot looted
ed looted crops from two villages in the
northwestern Negev desert area.
by- tho" Suet Canal crisis.
. The addresses last night

the nature of general outlines p ernments are reconciled to an
tKAiaAiiA that' .will h riiicpuxctori jniliinjtafAfftfnrv'' !Bii mottmiint.

detail in the next three nights. The
meeting ends Friday night. Among
the specific points in the agenda is
a 'comparison 01 tne status 01 tne
Suez and tbe Panama Canals.
Dr., Ahumada told the meeting
that Panama and the United States
have provided a "valuable, lesson"
10 me woria oy ine aeiermmauun,
firmness and. wisdom with which
differences in their relations have
been overcome.
Shotgun .Wedding
DETROIT,, March 27 (UP) -Mrs.
Ora Jones put s revolver under
her pillow when her h u s b s a d,
James, 42,' began taking a shot
gun to bed with him.
But when he brought a rifle
home she called police.
Mrs. Jones was arrested for hav having
ing having an unregistered gun: Joaes
for threatening his wue. ; 1
- Police said that Jones also has
filed the firing pin from his wife's
pistol.
Sleepy Electorate
' EAST JORDAN. Mich.,' March
27 (UP) Mr. and Mrs. MaxweU
Arnold can vbte in Charlevoix
County, as long ss they don't move
their bed.
The Arnold home is built- eft
an imaginary line dividing Char Charlevoix
levoix Charlevoix and Antrim counties.
The couple eats in Antrim Coun
ty, sleeps in Charlevoix County
and pays taxes in both.
Under state law. tbe Arnolds
vote in the county in which they
sleep. 1

Poisoning. Oil In Simmin Pool'

with the controversial maiden voy voyage
age voyage of the cruise ship Leilani last
January. J. j.
The complaint, filed In federal
district court, charged tbe steam steamship
ship steamship line failed to provide first
class acemmodations, food or serv service
ice service in return or first class fares
from New York to Los Angeles.
The plaintiffs were Fred snd
Mary Greenberg, of New York
City; and David and Lela Kinsky,
Charles snd Marian Spats and
William and Betty Brown, all of
n.klirut Calif.
. Amonc ether things, the f e a r
couples charged they were served
poor quality looa ov -insoiem,
waiters; suffered food poisoning
'Pinch'Bohles v
MUSKEGON, Mich., March 27
(UP) Police didnt have to look
far when Charles Farr reported
someone had stolen two ae of

nu 11 nil

US Gives Up Hop

Of Forcing Masser
Into Tolls Deal

CAIRO, March 27 (UP) Egypt will open the Sum
Canal to normal traffic in nearly April ort its own terms
without providing for international consultation, inform informed
ed informed sources said today. v
Egypt's memorandum on operating the canal, passed'
to the envoys of seven nations including the United Stafet t
last night, did not mention the arrangements for interna
tional consultation on the operation and development of
the waterway, according to diplomatic sources
But the memorandum did not actually close the door i
to such negotiations, the sources added." :
Meanwhile in Washington, informed sources said to to-day
day to-day the United States apparently is resigned to yielding
ta, Egypt" on thetSuez Canal disoute. havina conrlurlerl 1

that Westerrt dependence
rnis ineyiraoie.
The sources said the American
attitude was explained to Brit
ish prime minister! Harold Mac
mnian, at. the Bermuda confer
ence. -;t.
rThey said there is nt evk
dence that th? British, were a--
nJe to come Vp with an, alter-

sisjtirHilalaf4bat rwouhrt -jute
V the testa f toract,cabiUty..t"v
were W" ,L The extent to which both gov-

unsatisfactory" sue settlement
has not been underscored offi officially
cially officially .primarily, because of the
domestic political trouble It
foreshadows for the Macmlllan
government, according to some
sources here. ;
! ; Officially, Britan and Amer America
ica America are still holding out for an
interim 50-50 toll-sharing re-'
gime for the Sues Canal and a
long-range settlement leaving
the Western Big Three .with a
rood measure of control over
the canal's operations.
Actually, Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles and his aides
are said to entertain little hope
of wringin? major concessions
from president Nasser.
Minor concessions there- may
be, but Nasser is seen as likely to
insist" on retaining; tqll-collectlcn
and operations-control in Egyp
tian hands, .v ...
As the United States has barred
military force and Indicated it
will not use economic sanctions
llumber Of VW-1
Veterans Decrease
903,000 Yearly
WASHINGTON. March 27 (UP)
The number of living American
veterans of World War-I has drop
ped below three million and is de
creasing at a rate of about 90,000
a year, the Veterans Administra
tion reported today.
FOR $40,000
when the ship's refrigerating sys system
tem system broke down; caught cold from
sleeping in deck chairs when their
cabin ventilators failed, and foind
"oil in tbe swimming pool,"
Due to tbe alleged poor condi conditions
tions conditions aboard the cruise liner,
some 44 passengers left the ship
in protest at Balboa.
Margarita Youth
Wins Scholarship
For Nuclear Study
' James Wilson, son of the di director
rector director of Admeasurement at
Cristobal, nas been awarded
an Uses Atomic Energy Con Con-snission
snission Con-snission Fellowship in nnclear
energy teehnolorv for tbe A'
cademie Year 1S57-1J3X,' the
A-E-C. nnnonnced today.
. Yennr Wilson (a current It n
tadent at Stanford I Diversi Diversity
ty Diversity - --He
He --He 'a the son of Mr. d
Mrs. Nell H. Wlson T Margarita,

jvrt com
on Middle Eastern oil makes
against TSgypt, lnformed-sourceg
do not see what compelling
forms of pressure rtmain. to be
used by Dulles.. '-',..
They believe Dulles Is worklnsi
along different lines. '
They believe h hone ttrn

br ,.yieldlnr isvi.-Frrnt oft th-.

r S.ue -Canal,, hewiil be able to
.,tranqulHae,th goif of Aoabs,
situation and ret Ermtlan ay
-surance not to mount newFe
dayeen attacks against Israel
from the Gaxa strip. ;
informants said a geod InkHn
of Dulles' strategy mav h ns
from the secretary's press con con-rerence
rerence con-rerence statement yes terday
that the United Stat -will seek
tu .a,rlyi dvlS017 opinion from
the World Court on whet.he n
nations have the right of "inno "innocent
cent "innocent passage" through th Aqa-;
ba Gulf,
Balboa Man Guilly
Of Balfery Gef$ ;
a:
30 Days In JaF
- Richard" Lymon Mallett-,' 27A 27A-mtiican,
mtiican, 27A-mtiican, was seat to jau toru
udya tins niuinun aner ua uiiSu-
eu tuuiy io a Da aery cnart,.,
It was understood today thaCllhe
young jiaiuua matneu man ; -was
cousiueruig an appeal ot tne genu
me battery occurred at 3:3d
m. touay vu jjUi'iuqueu tuguwy rt
a. point, a (itUrter-uiun we. u-ine
i'tui'J juiguei IjOCHS,
iue couipiamui witness was Rosa-
ari mdeuaez cedeuo.' La
woman wuom uie ueteuuaui nau
picaeu up anq uriven uui ou tuo
iOaa.
Aa argument arose, the court
was toio. mauett auruittea miuug
me woman wun nis list, out said
sue tirsi came at him with a
xniiet : r,
. t"
British Strike Wave
ipreads To Vital
District
LONDON. March 27 UPV-Brit.
ain's nationwide strike wave
spread to the vital London district
today. v .,
The executive council of the Con
federation of Ship Building and En Engineering
gineering Engineering Unions ordered 500,000
London area factory employes to go
on strike Saturday.
They will loin more than 1.2 mil-
flion engineering, factory and ship
building workers already out in
half a dozen key cities throughout
the British Isles.
Another 1 million engineering
and factory workers- are awaiting
strike caHs : 1
The labor picture worsened is
British Prime Minister Harold Mac
millan cut Short bis Bermuda stay,
and flew home to face this and a
host of other problems jeopard i i-ing
ing i-ing the fife of. his conservative gov government.,
ernment., government.,
Tbe Socialist .opposition alren
'is in full cry wita demands tor a
genera election which it believ.
jcotild put ita party back in pow. .-.
,lt U attacking tbe government rt
the problems of Cyprus, the 5
Caoal; rent controls, H-b 0 1
Uta,aad Um curreat strikes.



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SQUEAKS-AMU WIGGLES

Ever since the "Fraruue Lvmon bit we nave receivea a

ajtEady si,rea.m ol criticism irom a multiplicity oi iiueb, me lat latest
est latest ox wnich is Jazz u.-fnue. our policy has oetu io ignore
trfc ignorant; out since sucn obnoxious urging might be oe oe-'
' oe-' lujvea to Di puunc opinion, ana "the pen is mightier man tne
vra." etc., nence tne deiense.
as I perceive it, tne case ofthe Philes lie in the fact that
the accompaniment did not sound like that oi tne records, ui
course it aian't. It wasn t the same. How could ?
; i ve piayed with more tnan my snare oi rock and roll
groups wniie 1 was in tne States, as a matter oi iact, i met
niy wife at a Rock and Kon reneaisal. one characteristic or
tnat type group is that tney wonted irom wnai musicians can
"nead arrangements." A nead arrangement consists wmpiy oi:
"x-nn blow mat. and I'll blow tnis. let's see now it sounas to-

edtner." In otner words: no written music. The Teenagers

&w no exreDtion. ail tneir records are cut by head.

! When tney made tne Paramount, which is Dig, big, big,
time, tney ieu the need for written music Mnce tney were to
be" Dacnea by a nig band instead oi tne luui-piece cohido that
trvey cut witn; so they took their records to an arranger wno
stretcned it out.ior tne twenty-piece band iihat made tne gig

They brougnt this twenty-piece arrangement to our five,
piece combo and said: "Blow." We blew the heli out of it.
livery sound that we emitted behind tne Teenagers was on pa

ner. Even, the sax solos were written.. We bounded like tne

band at tne Macarena. and well be .the first to admit it; but

ail tnat we did was to read what was written un tnose sneets.
We've made a couple copies of some of the arrangement that

we keep as souvenirs and we challenge any band our size any

where in the world to do a better job.
t I am not writing this for tne benefit of the Philes, for I'm
julre that they wouldn't understand. I do maintain, however,
that we have one of the best, if not the best Jazz group in
Panama as far as leeit iazz is concerned. Why don't the Phile

say something' about the band numbers or were they too busy
gaping a the Teenagers to listen?
As for your wish dear Jazz O. Phlle that Oscar Peterson
comes down with Ella Fitzgerald. I hope it materializes. I met
Pete at the Jazz at The Philarmonic Show, and saw him around

N.Y. H likes my playing; and I tmns that ne stoo mucn..
Later.
Guillermo Bright,
Pianist, Metronome combo

Labor News
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Comment
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Pickets

Music- Lover:
I sincerely admire vour taste fop good jazz music.
It's allright to hear Elvis Presley and Frankie Lymon, but
not day in and day out. When you turn the radio on, all you
can hear is Hound Dog and Baby Baby.
Thank goodness I have a record player, so I can sit down
and enjoy stood music'. ,,
' Especially Ella Fitzgerald and Oscar Peterson. I think that
they are tops in Jaza. M . a: ,,
So CFN and HOG, let's have more and mor of Ella Fitz Fitzgerald
gerald Fitzgerald and Oscar Peterson. 1
.(... Another Music Lover

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by VICTOH KIESEL
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The Shoshone Indians must1 have

Known that Dave Beck s tribe was
a -coming the good red men call

ed tne territory "Oregon" mean

ing the place of .nlenty..; This the

leamsters nave taken seriously tor

some 1 40 years, a special blood

curoung report snows, t

No secret TeDort.'' this. It's lust

been forgotten, that's all. But it's

there;. all 41 pages packed with ar

son and violence. True it's almost

zo years old. But if those inside

labor hadn't yawned at it then, in

ijmov iney mignt not oe Eamerme

in small groups wondering what

an angered public will do now.

Today it seems tnat over a mil-.

lion dollars' has been "handled" by

western Teamster t y c o o n s at

tnouffh dues collections were a con

venience and not a trust. l
The Teamsters' went on a tear
In Oregon shortly after that an
cisnt bout called World War I
ended. So widespread and terror terror-filled
filled terror-filled were the daye of tha next'
decades that in 131 Gov. Martin
appointed a special investigator,
Ralph Moody.
Mr. Moody wiped his horrified
brow and turned in 41 page re report.
port. report. Sweep the dust from it now

and you will find that 120 persons
were charged with 232 crimes, in including
cluding including arson, assault and battery,
etc. Sixty-five pleaded guilty.. Ele Eleven
ven Eleven were convicted. Two were ac acquitted.
quitted. acquitted. The rest were released for
insufficient evidence or trial pend pending.
ing. pending. Beck's chief representative, A.
. Rosser, was convicted of arson,
while the treasury under his stew stewardship
ardship stewardship had unaccounted for dis disbursements
bursements disbursements of over $40,000 for one
year alone.
' All this was within the boundary

oi tne barony known as the West

ern Conference of Teamsters. It
did not impede the progress of des

tiny's man. Dave Beck, or his part

ner, Frank Brewster, who seems to
have preferred the breed of horses
to the breed known as the working
man. Beck barked his way to his

brand of fame and cash fortune
like my old friends on New York's

lower east side used to say. Brew

ster made bis Valhalla, tne Wash-

ington State Racing Commission-

appointed by Gov. Mon waugren.
The years pass and wc find1 our ourselves
selves ourselves sitting center table before

the celebrity-laden dais at a mer merry
ry merry banquet atop the lush Chase Ho Hotel
tel Hotel in St. Louis. Though part of this

roof garden was covered only by
the heavens this balmy Sept. 24,

1953, Beck's voice echoed and re

echoed against the skies.
He had been Dresident of the

Teamsters scarcely a ?earV yet he

had profound tnings to say at tnis

dinner in his honor given, of

course, by the Teamsters.

"We will not tolerate witnin tne

-bership'of this International
Union any man who forgets his
obligations to this organisation.
ueet is no place in this Interna International
tional International Union for muscle-men, soft
money men. racketeers, or any anything
thing anything that in any way, shape or
manner resembles thera, Wa will
not tolerate thero where we find
them. We will drive them out of
this International Union .J roar roared
ed roared Beck.

I I V'. 0 i I COMMUTE!
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Walter Winched In Mew York

HOLEY INTERESTINGLooking like a giant colander big
enough to hold 7,500 bushels of potatoes, this screen dwarfs
the six foot man standing inside it It's in the muffler build building
ing building of North American Aviation's new- five million dollar
trisonic wind tunnel near Los Angeles. During a test blow,
the perforated screen diffuses the air, protecting soundproofing
materials from stfdden, uneven shock.-. Wind tunnel is expected
to be in opera Can in April.

Those words were head by vir virtually
tually virtually all of labor's leaders. They
were applauded and reported. The

record stutters for itsen. mere nas
been little action, although dark

clouds replaced the balmy skies of

that September evening.
New the re Is groat anguish in inside
side inside labor. There Is fear that all
labor will be blackened and that
an angry people will demand
drastic laws.- Yet whan the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO Ethical Practices Committee
r FrHay, March 15, In the
great new house of labor, there

ut passing discussion or
the Teamsters and, indeed, of
the Senate probe itself.

The exposures in the Senate hear hearing
ing hearing roam were raised by National

Maritime union leaaer joe cur cur-ran.
ran. cur-ran. Curran ureed action or a probe

by labor, or some sort of state

ment bv uie euaraians ox ue coue

of decency. Yet the hours slipped

by and nothing was saia. lots com committee
mittee committee is made up of honest and
sophisticated men. Yet they did
not act. But their honesty cannot
be impugned.
They are as confused and Indeci Indecisive
sive Indecisive x a oitcher with three men

on and all suddenly stealing the

next sack.
u nch sn enormity to all

this that DerhSDS we cannot blame

v.mi mm mucn for Catering action.
Their mistake was permitting it to
roll on for so many decades. But
neither csn the publie or the press

be blamed for their angry outcries

BROADWAY SPOTLIGHT

Ran MacDougall, d i r e c t o r of

Bing Crosby's "Man on rire," is

now free to wed Nanette Fabray...

Kim Stanley and Alfred Ryder re

sumed their romance at Chateau
Madrid ... Actor Luther Adler's big
date is Kay Medford of "Hole in

the Head" ... The backstage scand

al among the Met Opera cast is
making juicy tch-tchat..,Financier
Cecil Wolfsoa and Barbara H. Ev

ans, beautiful Finch school grau,
will ha married in April.' Hope

Hampton has changed pulse-hop-

ppers, again, mis time ms name
is Count Jostf de Lema Big feud

in "The Ziegfeld Follies." Between
show-dolls Denise Collette and Pat
Gaston. The reason: Male model

Norman King Adolph Green, co-

uthor of the "Bells Are Ringing,"
it, and song-stress Marti Stevens

are another sign oi cany opnng.

M. Chevalier's one-time favorite

friend, Helene Perdriere (a direc director
tor director of the Comedie Francaise),
married Jean Mochot last week.
He's an exec with Air. France .
Dorien Leieh's new romance in Pa

ris in wealthy nobleman Count

Scottt of Italy ... Jsnse carpenter,

of the chorus, secretly marriea

Juan Silvessio, a Cuban million

aire, Feb. 14 ... It's another daugh daughter
ter daughter for the wealthy Walter Sargents

at Dr's Hosp ... The vuiage van

guard has a new hottraction in

youthful folk singer Bob Gibson.
Jms the spot nightly ... The Wm.

Hastings (he's the mag writer,
she's Tonie Peters, publicist) will
have it unknotted in Vegas...Judgs

Aaron Hausman will run for U)n-

eresi a 2 a ins t incumbent t. R.

Couert For the benefit or those

tryint to induce the personnel at
Tha Encvclooedia Britannica to di

vulge queries being used on big

money quiz snows; iio uiuiviuuu
has access to ail questions.

-Bennett Cerf gives dp his asso

ciation with Saturday Review soon.

After IS years conducting the

Trade Winds" col'm. He wearied

of it. ... Allied Artists has changed
the title of the film. "Voodoo Girl,"
to "The Disembodied." The cast
is made up of unknownsi. Robert
Christopher, insiders report, will

be the big standout Louis Pe

terson author of the click "Take a

Giant Step" play, and his wife Peg
Fury reconciled ... Dinah Shore
wins Harper's Bazaar's fashion ci

tation March 31 ... Diane Alexan Alexandria
dria Alexandria is the charmer in the white
eve'g frock in the Hilton Hotel mag

ads. She sighs: "Being a good ac

tress is no help. Can't make enough

to pay tne renti"
Nat 'King) Cole's latest album,
"Love Is The Thing," sold out in
its first J days ... Paul Lam men,
who directed the laughable "Shoe "Shoestring
string "Shoestring Sevve. will direct La Fab

ray in the next Aluminum Hour

teevee frohr April 21 .. .Friends re report
port report Clare Lace is through with

politics. She hopes for another

Broadway hit in "The Little Dip

per," which will star the Gish girls, home recently, was Maxin'e Brown

snowmen wno nave reao tne script; ox tne Broadway musicals.

say "looks like "... The ftonaid A A-lexanders
lexanders A-lexanders expect "their second vi

sit from the stork. Mr. A. author

ed Don Ameche's click. "Holiday

For Lovers" ...Gene Nelson is here

from H'wood to see the plays with

pretty brunette Bunny Cooper.

tfeDMYWASll!,'GTOrj
UEnnv-Go.Rou;jD

e DIW MARION

WASHINGTON The Senate Lab-

or-and-Management Rackets Com

mittec is preparing some big fire fireworks
works fireworks in New York City 'at least

as tar as labor is concerned.
One interesting piece of testimo

ny investigators have due un is

how Sam Zackman, former boss of
New York Taxicab Local 102 of the

AfL-Unltec-.' Auto Workers, got his

cnaner.

"I was looking around for lab

or union." Zackman secretlv testi

fied! in a statement to be used lat

er," and I heard that the UAW-

AFL was starving to death, and it

wouia oe a simple matter to get a
charter from them."'

'Ii have alwavs maintained a

friendship with Sam B. who is well

connected with the mob, so I call

ed up sam and asked him what he

thought about the whole ides. Sam
said he would investigate the pos possibilities
sibilities possibilities of the deal and let mn

know.

"I -waited for seme time, dur during
ing during which time B. told me that he
would have to make connections
with the Chicago mob before he
could get a contract.--
;, "About a month before I got the

contract, a highly-placed suv bv

the name of Paul Dorfman from

Chicago comes into town and takes

a suite at the Hampshire House

was invited up and Sam introduced
me to him. This was lust before I

got tne charter. 1 only saw Dorf Dorfman
man Dorfman for a minute and'B. introduc

ed me as the president of the new

unon.

B. intimated that it took emits

a bit of money and effort with the

Chicago mob to get the doueh for

the charter and to get the charter."

"Men In War' producer Sidney

Um.n OMU1...W..I "Man In Whita

UP. II1UU JLVUUWU 111 .. Ulf,

a Pulitzer Prize winner, when he

was 26. Two of the unknows in
the cast were Clifford Odels and
Elia Kazan ... Ed Peck, an actor,
commutes to New Haven to adore
Connie Van Ess of "The Joker"
cast. She was once ''Miss New

York" After all these years,

Frances Parkinson Keyes proves a

book need not be sexy to sell. Her
latest novel," "The 'Blue Cameha"
(publisher Febll lk in its" 5th
printing. A delightfully old-fashioned
success saea ... British Broad

casting has its own "Tonight" TV
show. Based on the original Steve
Allen format ... The Rome show-

folk crowd suspect Elsa Martinelli

may already be the countess Man Man-cinelli
cinelli Man-cinelli Scotti. A handsome movie

he-man type ... Mrs. Maxine Wi

lard, who burned alive in her coast

liltillll WiSil ;
llf fe :
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: t
- :iiy
. mj,, .Inlli i i .....

FEELING HIGH-nght stories
above the atreeU of St Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, Fla, performer Betty
Fox jumps rope outside her
hotel room, landing on an
18-lnch disk. Betty is in the
city as half of a sky dancers
team booked into a local fair.

More than 20 Broadway press-agents
are seeing analysts, whose

counsel tor nearly an of them is

Get out of the business" ...Gene

Austin's new records are due Aor.

1 via RCA-Victor. A bargain.. .Rob-.

ert Loggia, bounced from the male

lead role in Tenn. Williams' "Or

pheus Descending'; (Cliff Robert

son inherited the part), is rooting

tor tne play s success. He has a 3-year-run-of-the-play
contract ...Li ...Lisa.
sa. ...Lisa. Kirk opens at the Palmer
House (Chicago) on the 21st ...Re

member S64$00 winner Mike Del Del-la
la Del-la Rocca, the shoe-repair man?

He still toils, at his work-bench on
Long Island 14 hours, daily. .. Pat

Marlowe. Jane Wvman's stand-in

for S years', bought a H'wood homer

which, she christened: "'The House
That Jane Built," J

20th Century Fox's "Farewell To

Arms" epic will be a real "H" pic picture
ture picture ... "H". for Heluva. The au

thor is Hemingway. The screen
treatment will be by Ben Hecht.

The director will be John Huston.
The star: Rock Hudson, who'll play
Major F. Henry ... The Park Ave Avenue
nue Avenue Theatre will become a Catholic
Church ... Jane Ross is the highest

priced model for "cheesecake" in
the business. $200 an hour ... The
Dark Horse candidate for the Mike
Wallace "Night Beat" spot is Luke
Carroll, gen. mgr. of the N.Y. Her Herald
ald Herald Trib. Ted Cott, the network
chief, caugt Ye Ed last election

night when Dumont did a remote

from the City Room...Perry Young,

first Negro pilot to fly scheduled

airlines, was upped to Capt... H.
Hutton's son Lance (itemed with
various starlets) prefers only one

girt Aim waoswortn.

HO F FA'S PAL
Significant part of this secret In

terrogation is the cart slaved bv

ram tionman.

It happens that Dorfman is one

of the closest pals of Jimmy Hof Hof-fa,
fa, Hof-fa, the man who has been nudging
Dave Beck for control of the team teamsters
sters teamsters and who is now indicted, for

bribing a Senate agent.

Dorfman is head of the Waste
Materials Handlers in Chicago, and
is so close to Hoffa that Dorfman's
wife and son received a million

dollars in commissions for hand
ling Hoffa 's welfare funds.
When Dorfman was cross-exam

ined about this by a House subcom

mittee under; Congressman Clare

Hoffman of Michigan, Dorfman
pleaded the 5th Amendment

Later the Congressional probe of

laDor racketeering was stopped

tnrougn the adroit "good offices"

of postmaster Summerfield. though

he now denies this.. . :- y

The UAW-AFL .now the All ed In-

dustrial Workers, is currently un under
der under investigation by joe ;Beirne,

nead of the tpmraunicationSj Work

ers, on the orders of the AFL exe

cutive Council.,; ,t,

The Waste Materials Handlers

have been given 90 days bv Dresi

dent George Meany to clean out
racketeering or face loss of their

charter, ..;;' .'. '.v.--

SHAKEDOWN RACKET
The manner In which racketeers

have moved in on the labor move movement
ment movement as a shakedown oneration. is

further indicated by a secret memo
in the Senate files pertaining to
Sam Zackman's taxicab operation
in New York;' ; ?.. v-'
"Zackman further stated," the
memo says, "that Sam B, paid ma

ny of the initial bills of the union
and introduced John Dio to him.
"Zackman stated that B. and Dio
told him that they would tnauce
the union to begin with and that he
could pay them back from the u u-nion.
nion. u-nion. treasury later on,. He stated
that the principal purpose of B't
local was to keen the dress mami.

facturers in line for the racket

uoy?. - - i
Johnny Dio, original name Dio.
guardia. is also a friend nf Ji

Hoffa's, despite the fact that Tom"
Dewey convicted Dio some time a-

go for extorsion,
Die haa nw ben Indicted in; K
connection with the acid-blinding -of
labor columnist Victor Riosol,
buf prior to that he played an inv
portant backstage role in t h ;
teamster civil war between John

v nourKB ana martin Lacey te
control New York CHy. t .
- Dio, through once convicted hv

r,. ...... ii l .. .,..1

fewey, uirew ms weignt to ,n
man who twice' managed the 'labor,
end of i Dewey's campaign, .0'-
Rourke. i i

As a result O'Rourke -how con
trols the teamsters in New York r.i.

ty. Incidentally, he is now ,under
careful scrutiny by the U. S. Attorn Attorney's
ey's Attorney's assistants in New York, most

oi uiem jLiewey noys. . y
FENCE-SITTING LISTER
Sen. Lister Hill of Alabama, who
has done considerably more for his
fellow men than some Senators, is
suffering a case of the jitters..
He's so jittery over the school biQ

in a i uc uuw xuiice-inung.- may :
mean that there'll lie no arhnni hin

this year.

in the past Hill has been a crus- -'
adef for better education. He hag
crusaded as hard for more schools
and better teachers' salaries h

has for better health. And jhe has -done
an A-l job on both. :
He was the senator who introdue-
ed the Tidelands Oil Education Bill :
whereby oil from tha Tiriini ntt

the coasts of Texas, Louisiana, and v
California would go to all -the
schools of the 48 states.

But today. Hill, who nravinnal"

pushed all education bills, is not
pushing. He's become fence-sitter
HilL He alibis that he wants to see
what the House of Representatives v
will do about the school bill; so
there's no need to rush.

This, however, was not hia view

in the past. In the past he was
breathing down the necks of House
members, demanding action,-

xnero a a reason, oi course, for
Lister's fence-sitting. He's afraid
the Powell amendment might pass
the House. This is the amendment
to withhold Federal funds from;'
schools which don't obey the Su- "'
preme Court on segregation, e
T-U J . ., k

ino ainciiameni, proposea oy tne
Negro Congressman from Harlem.
N. Y., who bolted to Ike last Noil'
ember but is now snuggling back
to the Democrats, is opposed by
the White House and Congreision- 1
al leaders. A- L-
However, it may oass. If It does.

Hill wants to be in a position to us

delaying tactics in the Senate so

that no school bill will be passed.
For him or any other Senator froray
Alabama to pass a school bill with
the Powell -amendment attachtd

wouia te political suicide.' -i v
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NOTE Lister claims the U. S.

Chamber of Commerce lobby is try

ing to block the school bill. True,
but in the past he wss in the van vanguard
guard vanguard fighting the anti-school lob

by.

Bill Hayes, who started his show

biz career at 18 (singing those
Western Union telegrams), will te
guest soloist with the Cincy Sym Symphony.
phony. Symphony. His recordings, "Davy Croc Crockett
kett Crockett and "Wringle, Wrangle," out outsold
sold outsold the field ... Eric von Stroheim.

71, is reported recovered after a

long nines abroad. The French
decorated him with the Legion of
Honor ... British veteran actor A.

E. Matthews is 86. Now rehearsing

8 hours -daily with Gerald Savoy's
London production, "A Month of

Sundays" . The new tax dodge for

film ptayers: Hidden assets in
Swiss banks. Some reportedly have
over a million stashed there under

other names ... Howard Morgan,
who traces the family tree to the
Duches of Windsor's, is That Way
about Joan Crowford Lowe, niece

of the movie star ... Jack Barry,.
"21". mc, will gross S million in
one yesr with that program and his

other shows. His 21 sponsor gives

mc, will gross 5 million in one year

with that program and his other
shows His "21" sponsor gives him
$520,000 a year for prize coin. It a

contestant wins more, Barry pays
it ... Harry Belafonte's divorce gift.

to his wife was a diamond bracelet

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thf" "TALLY OF THE BUZZARD (In cfrcle) "painted on this Skyraider attack .bomber at
JSi tata rttttMta 'to .5m "fact that strange things can happen during Caribbean taaneuveis
2Zjffit Boh Galbreath of Miami's- Marine Attack. Squadron 831 inspects painted proof
c?nu 'ZJzZa 1 r hirrt' while flying a gro und-controlled approach pattern with other
lutK n? AlrcKft Group Sanes on Caflbbean maneuvers. Collision with the Sun-

Soviet Submarines : Sighted f Close
to US Coast, Fleet Comdr. Reveals

WASHINGTON. March 27 (UP)
Adm.i Jerauld, Wright, Comman
der at th Atlantic Fleet saia to
day Russia has developed "a new
canability" for 'launching guided
misiiia at TTi S. targets from siro-
marines lying Off the American
He also told: a news conference
Knvipt submarines h. a v been
sihtiH in the Atlantic .- "close
nouch" t the American coast
"to worry us."
Quote Unquote
NEW ,. DELHI: ; Prime Minister
Jawaharlal Nehru, on the concept
of the big powers trying to fill any
"political vacuum" in the Middle
East: , .
"Such an approach is dangerous
anvriinreau'v, ....w, t
PORTLAND', Ore. : Harry Feder
spiel, a member of Local 162 of the
International Drotnernooa oi ieam
sters and a leader of a petition urg
ins removal from office of any
Teamsters official found guilty of
racketeering or v. misuse of union
funds; v- ;-- ', -v .'
"We are going to throw out Beck,
Hoffa. Brewster. CrosDy ana M.ai
loy. And if ur delegates to next
year's convention betray us, we'll
kicK them lout, ana l mean .out in
the street.- .; -. ;.
. WASHINGTON : Robert C. HilL
assistant secretary of state, in urg
ing Congress to grant; statehood w
Hawaii and AJassa: t:
"Statehood foe Alaska and Ha
wall would stem to -constitute a
clear example of elf government
referred to in' the charter, of the
United Nations, and as vs u c h,
should be viewed- in ;,aj favorable
, light by,te great jnajbrity of U.N.
PHILADELpHlAisen.1 .Harry f!
Byrd (D-V.)i urging President Ei Ei-aanhower
aanhower Ei-aanhower to s adopt Hoover Com
mission recommendations aimed at
'tax savtngs:': . -'.5;-; ;.-.v
- "I believe that taxes are so bur
densorae that, if continued at preSjj
cnt .and .nrooosed levels they will i
take the money 'this nation's econ economy
omy economy needs for growth; they, will
cause a downturn in business, and
personal -incomes; .they will 'un 'un-leash
leash 'un-leash a tremendous inflationary
force-w- :
WASHINGTON: VSeh.' John ( t:
Williams (Del.), after writing to
the Interstate Commerce Commis Commission
sion Commission complaining about a Delaware
farmer who was told he would have
to submit 66 copies of his letter if
he wanted his objections to a rail
road increase to .be beam;
I hopr they will not send me
M copies t their reply." ', ;
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PAVEMENT CRACKS A workman straddles a crack In the

pavement that was caused by the stront earthquake that hit
6n FratKir.', A mond big shock hit three hours after the
first one. No fatalities-and no major damage was reported.

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. Wright declined to pinpoint i the
areas in which the Russian undersea-
craft were- detected.; He said
that "I can only say that In r
cent years their wanderings at sea
Vice Adm. Frank Watkins. head
of the newly organized Atlantic
Fleet anli submarine defense
force. tcAA the: newsmen this coun
trv now has 'the forces and tools"
to meet the Soviet undersas
threat but : "not without -heavy
losses," particularly in shipping.
Adm. Arthur W. -Radford, ichalr-
man of the joint chiefs 'of staff
told the Senate ; Armed Services
Committee that he is confident
the United States has enough mil mil-itaTv
itaTv mil-itaTv streneth to defend itself
against any Soviet attack.
Radford and Defense Secretary
rhariM a Wilson :.were; ques
tioned behind closed doors about
thA relative strenclh of this coun
try and Russia in the light of,, new
Soviet nllttary-.krances;
rhairmiin Richard B. Russell
fD-Ga.) told newsmen' later, that
h. Ham not think "we are as
strong as .I'd like to have us.
n,.t h.:iiil Radford "feels we
would be, able to defend ourselves
( at1alroi4 v.
Wrleht' called his news confer--
ence primarily to introduce Wat Wat-kins
kins Wat-kins as head of the hew anti-submarine
force .
: Wright -said ; the need tor-- the
new JNavy umi wa? uis"k'':u
recently by ..reason of the new in inability
ability inability we have attributed rto the
Soviets of launching guided mis missiles
siles missiles from submarines off our
coasts." ' ' J" -'
h 'was asked' if Russia had
ever successfully, fired af guided
missile from 'a: submarine...
"T 1on't-khoW myself" he re
t;n n,.f noted that this coun
try has- had "no particular diffi-
culty m .aevising iu3iicua"."
- wngnt saia ipe.cuupi
that Russia 'now Has somewnai
.o than. 400' SUDmariDf:s
arrived at 'by experts in the Unit
.i 5tns liritain and other mem
bers of the North Atlantic; Treaty
Organization. t i...
Lih Vutong In NY
On New Typewriter
NEW YORK." March 27 UPJ
Author. Lin Yutang arrived here
today Seeking expert advice on
streamlining his simplified v Chi
nese typewriter by eliminating
some of the 2,000 characters used
in modern: Chinese writing.
The Chinese author, -who Has
lived oa the 4 Trench Riviera .for
the past three years,, has been
working on his typewriter' since
1948; ; v- ?,
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1090 Kcs., Colon.
Xtlephones: 2-3066 Panama
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PRESENTS
Today, Wednesday, March 21
P.M.
4 nnveature Review
4:30 What'a Your Favorite ir-
quests .- tanen By pnpn
till 3:00)
-n TJew
5:35 What's Your F a r er-lf
(cont'd)
:00 Allen Jackosn. Cpmmen
. tarw (WRtTLt 1
-i: 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
' : REVIEW (Pabsi Beer
6;30 Hawaii Calls (WRVR V -7:00
Halls Of Ivy
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.. -y-8:00
Music By Roth -:30
Musical Theater
9: 00--You Ask6fc For It (re (re-;
; (re-; quests taken by phon
tin 7:30) v;
10 : 30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Qff. .. ("
Tomorrow, Thursday, March 28
A.M. '
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club 1 (requests taken
by phone till 7:00)
T-sn Momlnor Salon Concert-
8:15 Church In The WUdwood
8:30 Musical Reveille f
9:00 News
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 Paris StariTltne
10:00 News
10:0' Spins and Needlel re
quests taken by phone
till 8:30) i
11:05 Spins And Nrait
. cont'd) 1 1
11:30 Meet The Entertainer'
12:00 News f
p.m. '
12:05 'Lunchtlme Melodies "..
12:30 Sweet And Hot j
1:00 News '.
1:15 Music Of Manhattan 4
1:30 sons Of The pioneers y
15 Spirit Of The Vikings
.2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Much-B India g-In-The-':
'" Marsh ; '',;--"
3:00 Hank snow And His
Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show'
3;30 Music For Thursday
4:00-l-Feature Review v r?w
4:30 What's-Your Favorite tre.
... ' quests taken by phonr
- till 3:00) :
5:30 New ."' ; v .- -.,
fl:35 What's Your rsrcMti
v (cont'd) '. -. ; r
6:00 Allen Jackosn Commen-
. .tarv YWBULi-.lt t. .: .-
0:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW-(Pabst Beer)
8 JO Telephone Hour (WRUL)
7:00 Goon Show r r, .;
7:30 VOA Report from ITS. ''
:oo tiizaceman rneaiei rneaiei-8:30
8:30 rneaiei-8:30 Take It From Here -X
:oo Yoa Asked For It (re-
quest taken by phone
till 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel O paa-
- ama .;-'- -:
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
if :0O Concert Under The Stars:
12:00 Sign Off. S i- -t--
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Collapses After v-15-Hour
Marathon
HERMOSrLLO. Mexico. March
27 (UPy Dis iockev Gilhrt
Sorio collapsed at hit microphone
today after talking for 51 hours in
a fund raisine marathon to pro
vide Sa'k anti-polio vsveie for
poor children in the I Wmosillo
area., :
The Hermosillo Liont Club
which sponsored the fund r's'n
oroersm over the "Voice o.th
'Pacific' radio STtifioti said Soria
(netted $16,000 in donations

The National Honor. Society a

gam made its presention with their
spring initiation. The program be began
gan began with a prelude by theHBHS or orchestra'.
chestra'. orchestra'. The ROTC then made the
presention of the colors followed by
tne .National Anthem. Diane Ja
cobs -gave the introduction. Then
the traditional "tapping" ceremo
ny where each initiate is tapped on
tne shoulder when introduced.
The four symbols of the society
were represented asloiiows: char character.
acter. character. Marcia Lewis: 1 scholarshio.
Joseph Pustls; leadership, Melmda
Marshall; service, Richard Wright.
"Still as the night" was sung by
our well known singer, Grace Lorn
bana. Mr. Hotz gave the initiation
ceremony followed by the postlude
by BHS orchestra;
The present members are Diane
Jacobs, pres.; Owen Sutherland, V.
P. Melinda Marshall, sec; Chris
Hearon, trea.( Nancy, Acly. Eda
Altuna, Joan Degenaar, Judith En
gelke, Peggy Foiles, Linda Jacobs,
Marcia Lewis, Carol Perantie, Nan
cy Purdy, Joseph Pustls, Robert
ji Daniel .Winklosky, Richar
wngni.
. new Initiates are Paul Ben
nett, Rose Btesh, Dolly Chan, Joan
Dimptl, cieve lirillin, Emma Kaan,
Sue Mable, Janet Tribe, Joseph
Trower, Don Randel,' Don Ryter,
James Watson and- Caroline Zirk Zirk-man.
man. Zirk-man. All "members'? were seniors.
To even be considered for honor
society you have to have a B )3)
average.- You are then judged by
all your teachers and your advisors
as to your leadership, severice,
character and scholarship. There
is a lot more to being in honor so so-ciety
ciety so-ciety than most people realize. As
the old saying goes youo nly wish
you could tell the freshman that
now is the time to act and not to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow or when its too late to go
back and make up for lost grades
and foolishly used time,
The Nurses Club made a trip to
the sanitarium at Corozal last
week. They were taken through all
the wards and a round the grounds
outside where the patients spend
a great portion of their time. The
girls saw the various types of men mental
tal mental cases that were there at the
time. The trip proved to be a very
interesting and inspirational one.
It made you realize all the more
how much care is needed to supply
the patients with the, neccesiary at attention
tention attention and help. There wasn't a
person there that couldn't have us used
ed used someone to be with them a
godd deal of the day and yet there
hardly was sufficient help forever
one. '
All nvar fh TTR niiri are need
ed constantly in this type, of job
and as those wno nave seen any
ott.i.tinn lib thna naonla are in.
k-nnur hnw rewirdins. it would
be to devote your neaitny mma ana
body tot he aid or otners. wnewi
was that ever a serious paragraph,
-inmn tn more cheerv sub
ject sues. far the dance the GAA
put on last Friday, u was excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally well decorated. As you all
lrnnur If wai rirrus dance. Thev
had all colors of crepe paper com coming
ing coming from every side of the Toom
and meeting in the middle where
hi, at, nin uvhvul hunff. There were
many sorts of animals all over the
gym and the orchestra sat in the
middle as if t. was a pavilion.
; Well Girls' snd Boys state Is Just
sbout here. All we're waiting tor
is to seo who is going and April 12
to come. For those of you who turn turned
ed turned in ..applications you have prob
ably wondered now tney pics: tne
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SHATTERED BY QUAKE Majorie Gooding, a clerk' In an
airlines : ticket office in San Francisco, surveys the damage to
" the office's front window following the .sharp earthquakt that
r'-.iiv-i-V 'V";' rocked the city. v

Sophie Tucker Set
To Out-Presley
In England
SOUTHAMPTON. Encland Mar.
27 (UP)--Sophie Tucker, the last
of the red hot mamas, was ready
today to out-Elvis Presley, to set
calypso fans on their ears and
possibly1 arouse comment on tore toreador
ador toreador pants; ''
Sophie said she had 12 new rock
'n roll numbers for her niaht chih
date here.
"I do It better than Presley,"
she announced. :
She said she also was working
on hew calypso numbers, includ
ing one called Calypso Soph."
In that one, she wears toreador
pants. v
"That's why I slimmed down,"
the plump singer said. "So I could
wear the pants."
Miss Tucker arrived last nieht
aboard the liner Queen Elizabeth.
students who are to go. It is the ci
tizens who have contributed the
most time and effort to their town
arid school. It could be through
clubs, athletics, committees a n d
holding a office in your student
government;
This is one of the biggest occas-
sions the school .offers. It s a
chance to meet our fellow class
mates from Cristobal. It is a very
good opportunity to learn about
your 'government anfl exactly
what it is bemg an American gives
to you. I think that those who
throw away an opportunity such
as this wilt regret it allwaii. See
yob there, If I'm lucky, V '
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Thrill-Seeking
Kids Hold Party
In Catacombs
PARIS.. March 27 ( UP j Startled
police heard giggling and singing
sounds filtering up from tne aanx
underground crypts of the Paris
catacombs early today.
Officers descended into the sub subterranean
terranean subterranean burial passages and dis discovered
covered discovered 19 thrill-seeking teen
agers holding a champagne party
beside piles 7ot skeletons.
The group -of boys and girls,
said to belong to society families,
broke through a heavy iron gate
and descended into the catacombs
last night carrying candles, sand-
Wicnes ana cniuea cnampngiie.
There they sane and danced in
the galleries which contain thous
ands of skeletons.
When the teen agers emerged at
about 2 a.m., police wagons were
waiting to take them to the sta station.
tion. station. They were let off with small
fines.
SLIM FAT AWAY
' If. (at ruin your ftgur or nwkea
you short of breath and ndansora
your health, you wilt find it eay'.te
loaa welrht with tha naw Hollywood
method Formed. No draatlo dietlnc
or exereti. Ask your drusstora for
Fermeda. And strt Ummins t ono
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Tempts No One's Palate

FIFTH ANNCAL PARTY TO SELECT BEST BARTENDER t
WUJ, BE HELD AT EL RANCHO, FRIDAY NIGHT
i Invitations to the 5th Annual Best Bartenders', Party"
have been issued to a nuiftber of distinguished ,Jthmlans.
The party will be held at the El Rancho. Friday at 7 p.m.,
Gbfete will select the five best bartenders. Competitors
'will come from both the Canal Zone and the Republic.
i Col. Charles H.' Geef wester will act as host for the spon-
isori Destiladora Naclonal.

Spanish Ambassador Entertains
The Ambassador of Spam in Pa Panama
nama Panama Federico Gabaldon y Na Navarro
varro Navarro and his wife gave a luncheon
yesterday t the Embassy m hon honor
or honor of the -Venezuelan Ambassador
and "Mrs. TSstebati Chalbeaud.
Cpt. and Mrs. Henry Falk
twmt -Qraodparents . i
Ortfr. ind Mrs. -Henry E. Falk Jr.J
of Claiison, Pa. announce the birth
25. The baby weighed 7 lbs. 12
25, The baby weighed 7 libs. 1-2
ounces., r - .,
Her father attended the Canal
Zone schools and is a graduate 'i
Greenbrier Military School and
Grove Citr-GoliegcPa.
Mrs.' Falk is a graduate of Green Greenbrier
brier Greenbrier School for Girls and also a
graduate of Grove City College.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Id". Lester P. Williamson of
Citv. Pa. Paternal grand

parents are-Capt. and Mrs. Henry
E. Falk of Diablo Heights. Capt.
Falk is retiring as senior pilot cf
the Panama Canal Co. next month.

retirement and will make her home
in Gulfoprt, Mississippi!. : ;,.';;
Jiffy No. J Exercise
The Curundu Disaster Control
Zone will hold its annual training
exercise Jiffy No, 2 tomorrow
morning at 9 a.m.
Pa.ticiDation will be exclusively

by Curundu distaffers.,1 s ;
Jiffy No. 2 is primarily intended
to afford individual distaffers the
opportunity of learning to work
and to practice as a part of the

major disaster coptr.01 unii.,

Ft. Davis Wives

Enjoy Style Show
A fachinn show anil Pard nartv

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rpn.ntlv held at -the Fort Wm

D. Davis, Officer's Club by. mem

bers ox tne uincers wives wuo.
Dessert was served to approxi approxi-matelv
matelv approxi-matelv "100 auests and doOr priz

es were awarded.

PareweH Luncheon
Given For Mrs. Dedeaux
, Members of the American Le Legion
gion Legion Auxiliary, Unit No. 1 held a
farewell luncheon on Saturday, at
the American Legion Club for Mrs.
Caroline Dedeaux.
Those present were Mrs. Mae
McClosky, Nan Emslie, Dolores
Coffy. Wilma Kenneard, Renee
Gauvin, Bessie Campbell, Emma
Gasperi, Eleanor. Becker, Dorothy
Knox, Eleanor Connors, Joan O' O'-Connell,
Connell, O'-Connell, Ruth Daniel, Muriel Black
and Marie Bennett.
The center piece for the table
was a beautiful Bon Voyage cake
it the shape of a fan.
t Mrs. Dedeaux is leaving the Isth
lui April 10 upon her husbands

New Officers Installed
Bu Glock Club
The Fort Gullck. Officers' Wives
Club monthly meeting. w.as held
March 21. follbwing luncheon at
the Fort Gulick Officers' Club,
Mrs. R. P. Dials, presiding.
Mrs. W. E. HilbushV vice presi president,
dent, president, introduced the guests; Mines
C. G. Chaffee, Wife of the newly
arrived Protestant chaplin,- and

Mrs. D. Cooper and Mrs. R. E.
Sadler, of the United States Mission
to Bogota, Columbia, guests of
Mrs. R. H. Evans. New members
welcomed were Mmes J. L. Nor
man, J. L. Sisson, C. Ramirez-Be-tances,
R. D. Miller, and Miss An
drea Rowell, Fort Gulick Service
Club Director.
Mrs. Dials announced that Mrs.
V. E. Edstrom is chairman of the
annual Easter Egg Hunt. j
Immediately following election,

:rtfflWi Were installed bv

retiring-president, Mrs. Dials. The
new efficers arei. Mmef R. C "Wil "Wilson,'
son,' "Wilson,' president;: (p. FoVega, vice

lected to theBoard of Governors
are 'Mines F: uTi Davilla,' H. L

jonest-ana, brifc...''t,Bwvmy,',
Hostesses for his luncheon were

Mmes-iK.; CUBesi, u a, -cones

a TheloorprizeVi xlever cocktail

BapKins ana coasters, was won uy

jprserKaigoia, .
TK nivt rp 01 ilar mnnthlv meet

ing will be held April 18, and all

members are urgea to aneno as
new club policies are to be consid
eteoV-v-' ") !" r-'-y

RummtM Wanted ;.

For Legion Sal J.
ThirATniririrn lesion "Auxiliarv.

Onit No. 1 will -hold a Rummage
Sale at this Praiso Boy Scout Shed
on Saturday, April fi.
, Anyone -wishing to donate rum rummage
mage rummage please call Balboa 2341 or

Balboa 1447,'

(CONTINUEP, ON PAGE $

Burke

THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
STARTING THJS eVpNJNC
'UNTIL NEXT WEDNESDAY ONLY
TABLE LAMPS
FOR GIFTS, for YOUR HOME A GORGEOUS
assortment to choot from
PRICES AS LOW AS 1.50
' COME TO
MORRISON'S
Opposito the Ancon P.O.

To House Group
WASHINGTOTi. March 27 (UP)

Adm. Arleigh A. Bu'rke,' chief of
naval opcatfons, promised today
the Navy Would either .complete
or scrap the 18 warships on which
construction was h,lted aftef
world War II.
He made the promise after
Cbaifman Carl Vinson .(D-'Ga) ,of
the House Armed Services com committee
mittee committee told, him and Navy Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Thomas S. Gates to work out
a plan to "do something with
those 13 ships" and submit their
plan to the committee.
"Build them r up or get rid of
them," Vinson -said.
Burke told the committee he
would comply with Vinson's re
quest and draft plan for' the
disposal f the uncompleted ves vessels
sels vessels which include the ; 45,000 ton
battleship Kentucky.
The r 13 .ships wef more than
25 per. cent completed, when con construction
struction construction was baited more than a
decade ago: Ships lest than 25 per
cent completed wer cut up for
scrap. ' '. i'
i Bark said he believed that
'mnst tit the vis ihlna should be

junked. He said the Navy has con considered
sidered considered completing the Kentucky

for use as a guidra missile snip.
He said, however," that it would
cost 153 million dollars to com complete
plete complete the battleship in addition to

th 40 million aouars aireaoy
spent
"It looks like it would cost more

to complete it as a guided missile
ship than it would be worth,"
Burke said.
Burke said the ships served

their purpose and would have
been 'very useful" in the event

of a full-scale war. He told the
committee it costs about $100,000
year to maintain them.

One thing future -brides won't

have td worry: about is a husband's
chatter about all the good things
Mom used to cook.
Anybride of a week, should be
able to duplicate Mom's cakes
ftom popular mixes, pies made
from a pie crust mix, and meals
with frozen dinners that need only
be warmed up in an oven.
What has me really, worried is
a little notice I saw somewhere
saymg that : before long ready-

cooked foods Would be ottered in

brown, -the gravy bubbles, the
roast is sliced, and the apple pie
cools on a rack the supreme mo moment
ment moment when all the dishes & r e

reariv at n time.

That's what a child remembers

of Mom a cooking, what a home

coming husband anticipates, what

makes Mom feel like an artist

and not just a short-order wait

ress.

That's not' just eating, that's

living.'

If we give ail that up, we -. wo

bags so that the housewife would! men will be making a bis' mistake

not even have to dirty .a pan

heating the food tor the table.

What we're overlooking in bur

rush to make cooking just a mat'

ter of tossing a sealed bag into a
nan of boiling water or sticking a

wrapned container into the oven

is that food isn't just to be eaten
ANTICIPATION IS '
HALF THE FUN.

. The appetite is teased by watch watching
ing watching it being prepared, and sniffing
it while it cooks in long, slow

nrocess. waning ior tne imat mw

ment ol iriumpn wnen uie uiscuus

MAKtfRJENDS

When selectinz food in a cafe

teria don't insist on the attend.

ant handinst you a particular.

piect of steak or serving of pie.
Golnar to such lengths to get the

biggest or best serving i rude,

even m a nubud eauns: piace.

Indicate what rood you want,
bnt take whatever serving of it

k handed to you. ; i

When Grandma said ''Feed the

brute,'' she knew what she was
talking about. And she didn't mean
feed him something warmed up in

a sack

mm

X

V
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YOUR CHILD
DESERVES
THE BEST

SHOPGIRL' TO CUEEN-'
Modern -age- Cinderella is 19-year-old
Annie Douarin. just
chosen Queen of the Midlnettes;.
in a Paris contest. Midinettes
are shopgirls employed, by Pa Parisian
risian Parisian couteriers. i

mmmmmmm

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The Jlory in Pictures of

U. I. "Ballle Hymn"

Ik

1 ) w fV

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t

Helped by the young Korean girl, En Sun Yang (Anna
Kashfi), Col. Hess establishes an orphanage and shelters
for the Korean orphans, and takes care specially of the
charming and restless Chn (Jung Kyoo Pyo).
"Battle Hymn," Is the wonderful and true Story of Col.
Hess. Starring Rock Hudson, Martha Hyer, Dan Duryea
and Anna Kashfi, this picture will be released soon at the
Central Theatre. Advt.

Vcekly 'Talent'
Review to Be Held
AI Esquire Cafe
A weeklv "Search for Talent"

review will be sponsored bv Bvron

Toyloy of Colon's Cafe Esquire, it
was revealed yesterday, t
The review Is to be prepared by
veteran show producer Harry

Sterling and Herbert Moise, who

will, also serve as master of cere

monies and will be presented ev

ery Saturday night at10 p.m. Ac

companiment wiil bv by Big Boy
Nicey and the new Esquire com

bo.

winners of Hn weekly reviews

will compete for a booking on the

Circulo Cuatro June show.
, Prospective contestants can ar arrange
range arrange for participation in the re

views mrougn a urea woyiej aier aier-line,
line, aier-line, or Moise by; telephone 98C

Colon, in person, or in writing to

Moise at Box 1289, Colon.
Marie Montgomery,
75, Dies In Gorgas;
Funeral Friday
Mrs. Marie Montgomery, a long

time resident of Gamboa. died this

morning in Gorgas Hospital after

a long illness.
A Jamaican, she was 75 years

old. Fmrsral services have been

scheduled for Friday at 1 p.m.. m

the Corozal Chapel, followed by
burial in the Corozal Cemetery.

Mrs, Montgomery is "survived by

her husband, John r., ner cmi

dren, Bernard and Dolores,
two grandchildren.

7v Ma&ie fatett

and

Nationalist Planes
Drop Leaflets On

Red China Provinces

A. (t l'H VIS 1 aV'

ations of Nationalist Chinese planes

raided two provinces of the Com-

mulst-held mainland with several
million leaflets Monday, air force

headquarters announced late last
night.
The anti-Communist leaflets told
of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek's

iirst press conference in two years,

held early this montn witn a group

of visitinff American- newsmen.
. i i

'rne Air f orce saia an unais.Tius unais.Tius-ed
ed unais.Tius-ed number of Nationalist transports

dropped the leaflet bombs over
Chekian and Fukien Provinces.
The Nationalists said all of the
planes returned to their Formosan
bases safely early yesterday morn morning.
ing. morning. :
Th leaflets emnhasised state-

mjnts by Chiang and Premier

K.Yul denying that wanonmisi i.m i.m-na'
na' i.m-na' would make a peace deal with
Red China.

THE MATURE PARENT '!

BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE

THE father had lZsons; Accord According
ing According to the Bible which tells the
story, he '"loved" the, boy Joseph
most. i'.t;vi j....
He certainly didn't act it. V?Afc"
most as though he wanted his fa favorite
vorite favorite son to sufter, he deliberate deliberately
ly deliberately encouraged him to attract his
brothers' Jbate. He listened to Jo Joseph's
seph's Joseph's tale-bearing. He. gave h.m
a gaudy, show-off coat of many
colors. He allowed him to repeat

ooasrrui areams ot nis superiority
to his brothers. Finally, v not
strangely, the other brothers got

sick oi it ana aeciaea to do some something
thing something about it.
What did they choose to do?
Did- they go to their father an1
say,- "Sir, we resent your unjust
treatment of us and think you d
better change it?' On no. They
grabbed i Joseph: thew strhmed

him of the show-off coat and sold

mm ito slavery.
As children have been doing im im-memorially'
memorially' im-memorially' thev used then brotn-

er to discharge the anger aroused
by their father. Too scared to at attack
tack attack their parent's mistreatment

directly they attacked the child

they; believed bad profited by it.

in modern eroun theranv. tm

age-old human trick of transfer

ring forbidden resentment we feel

at our parents to our less threat

ening, less necessary brothers and

sisters becomes clearly amarent.

So. I was told recently by a psy psychiatrist
chiatrist psychiatrist with much experience ia
group therapy, -

; Between sessions atsthe annual
conference of (he American Group
Psychotherapy i Association, Dr.
CorneUUs Beukenkamp, one Of Ua
directors, said to me; .1
"SUCCESSFUL group therapy
is "contingent on the patient's re reliving
living reliving the past as he experiencfl
it in his family structure. H sees
tiie therapist as one of his par"
ents and a felow patient as Wm
sibling. Often he will dispIacV the

pent-up emotion he feels toward
his parent to the patient who re presents
his sibling. This, la not
unlike the child who because he
cannot cope with his father, en engages
gages engages his younger brother.",.
Can we use Dr. Beukenkamp'a
information to : begin to reduce

friction betweenour own sons and 0

daughters?
Of course we can. The probVm

is our disinclination to use- it. It
is much more comfortable for us
to believe that Jimmy resents hit
sister for getting the orange lolli lollipop
pop lollipop than to know he resents ui
giving it to her. 1 ,

So lone as we- can cling to the

idea that his resentment belonsa

to his sister, we can wring our
hands over it helplessly But -the'
moment we acknowledge that' hia
unflattering emotion is felt for. us, us,-we
we us,-we have to face iWand begin te
work put with him. :

Reds Warn Norway Of Great Danger
It Western Defense Sets Up Bases

OSLO. Norway. March 27 fUP)

Russia has warned" Norway, a

member of NATO, of ."immense

danger"! if it allows its territory

to be used for Western defense

bases, it was announced today.
Soviet Premier Nikolai A Bul Bul-ganm
ganm Bul-ganm iaid in a letter ; to Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian Premier i-Einar Gerhard

sen 1 that if war came it would
"mean a catastrophe e v e h to
states with a greater territory

tnan Norway." ,

The Soviet Union would "be
forced to the most energetic meas

ures '. to liquidate immediately

bases built for aggression "in the

event of war, Buiganin said.
The letter, which said "let us
be frank,',' indicated Russia fears

that Norwegian territory would be

used ior M ato guided missile and

rocket bases.; There, are no such

bases- here now.

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that relieve. re-
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ECONOMIZE AND
WINSIOOO
cMONTHLY;
BUYING THE
5-Lb. size

CREAMof POTATO
GREEN PEA HAM
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CREAM of SHRIMP
CLAM CHOWDER

Letter Released

1 Dated March 21, the message

was delivered to Gerhardsen by
Soviet Ambassador M.C. Griba-

nov. It Was released by the For Foreign
eign Foreign Ministry today after consid considerable
erable considerable secret discussion by' the
government and' parliamentary
foreign affairs committee.
- Bulganin noted that there are

no NATO armed forces on Nor

wegian soil "today," but this situ situation
ation situation may change overnight,
even against the will of the people
and the government of Nbrway,"

he said. ;

- (v,fi :''y
twered "in due time' There waa
no. further comment. fr
t 1 '.'..". a
Notes War Danger ' u
-( -t
Bulganin said the world came
very close to another-war during
the Anglo French invasion ox
Egypt last November, t
"It is no secret that or some
days in November last year we
all faced a serious threat of war,"
he said.
The. tension, he said, "at ill
vails."
Bulganin emphasized to Ger Gerhardsen
hardsen Gerhardsen that Russia underttande
the fact, that no such troops are
on Norwegan soil, and noted that
Norway has not made bases avail avail-able
able avail-able to "foreign armed forces."
"Considering the circumstances.

we do not call upon your govern

ment to renounce the North At an..

tic Treaty today or tomorrow, al?
though our attitude towards this
treaty is well known,", the Sot
premier.-aid.;"-.:

But he" said ttat Norway: is "li

fact available at any moment
Soviet Union." r ..

3

Jewish Couple Start

"Though it has no intention of

attacking anyone," Bulganin said,

"the Soviet Union would in re

sponse to aggressive actions

against it be forced to the most

energetic measures; to liquidate

immediately bases built for ag
gressin. ; .;' -'-

"It is not difficult; to Imagine

the immense danger to which Nor Norway
way Norway exposes herself by letting her

territory be exploited by aggres

sive circles, of certain .great pow

ers," Bulganin said.

A Norwegian spokesman said

the 3,000-ored letter was "under
consideration" and would be an:

-. 1

7

' Fhft ipedal soups Irem CompbelTi ;J
. .. tfaonb to freezing J (

We moan very special soups.
Sovp you probably never in
the world expected to get in
prepared form.
Only freezing makes H pos possible
sible possible for Campbell's to bring
them to yom now. Only free iirg

eoDtwresand holds the delicacy

those truly great soups. So be
prepared for something very
special.

; IT'S PERE!
RODGERS".
HAMMERSTEINS
OIOAHOMfll

RICHARD RODGERS

OSCARHAMMERSTEIN. II

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OPENING APRIL2
CENT HA L

For AdotedvChiId
MIAMI BEACH (IJP)-'The onj
legal fight of a Jewish couple to
adopt the 6-year-old orphaned girl
they have reared since" infancy
will be renewed in Florid a -courts,
it was indicated today. '
- Ben Cohen, attorney for 'Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin B. Ellis, aaid he filed
an ,adoption, suit in circuit court
late Monday seeking to win per
manent custody of little Hildy Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy Ellis.- . V-..
Cohen said -Circuit Judge Rob Robert
ert Robert A. Anderson also awarded l.im
an injunction restraining Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts authorities from taking

Hildy onf of Florida until the

adoption case is decided.
Hildy was born ont of wedlock t
to a Roman Catholic woman in

Bosw:. who--a Ig n e d : adoption
papers in 19B1 turning the child

over to the Ellises. She chanaej
her mind whea she found out tha
couple was Jewish and began a
ccurt.fieht to have Ililday put into

i a Catholic orphanage for adoption
by a Catholic, family. --r
The couple was:" fTested; here
two weeks ago on a fucitive war-,
I rant charging tbem -with .-"kidnap-j
ing" Hildy front Massachusetts.
( Youth Rally To 'Be
HeId:At WesIeyan
Church Tomorrow
I A youth rail of aH Methodist
Churches on the Isthmus will be
held at the Manama Weslevan
church tomorrow Bight at 7:30.
I Trophies will be wewit"d to
the winners of the Sunday School
examinations belt' durin the past
year. Voca'. number will be rtn rtn-ored
ored rtn-ored bv the various Sunday
.School choirs. : ;
. An invitation is' extended to all
parents and also to the public.
, .'. i

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LDociai and- .yJtherwi&e:

r 5i J ''4 '!

f ...
Atlantic Brldgs Club t
Elects Officers
);,:, Prmp tn ho. nlavini? of th re

fuiar weekly. bridge games V on
londay evening, the -members 01

, the Atlantic Bridge uud neia elec elections
tions elections and Mr. Julius Loeb was; un unanimously
animously unanimously -elected to continue as
Director of Games, : Mrs.: Dot ty
Sanderaio Vice President; Secreta Secretary.
ry. Secretary. Mr. Georee .Tully : Public.:, Re

lations. Mrs. Hayden Jones: 'and

Mrs. Julius Loeb as Treasurer, :
The erauD; decided to e h a n e

their Dla vine day from Monday to

Thursdavj therefore, the next re

gular bridge games will be held

on Thursday, April 4tft at 7: is p-m.
at the Margarita Clubhouse.
Winners of Monday's g a m s
were: North, and South, first, Mr.
Julius Loeb--with Mr. Sidney Pas Pas-sailaigue
sailaigue Pas-sailaigue and second, Mrs. S.-Guest
with Mrs. G. Bonzoumet. East and
West, first, Mrs. Hayden Jones
with Mrs. Julius Loeb and tied for
second were Mr nd Mrs. George
Tully with Mr.; Augusto Kami and
Mr. J. C Caldwell. 51
Anyone who is: interested in play playing
ing playing -bridge Jscordially ; invfted to
come' out any Thursday ; evening,
beginning with Thursday, April
4th For further information, re regarding
garding regarding these games,:: please call
Mr,.-. Hayden' Jones, ? telephone 3 3-1892
1892 3-1892 any day after 9 a.m.
'Spell-Offs' Will
Take Place Friday t
. The Caribbean College C 1 u Vs
second annual Spelling Bee will
vresent the "sDelloffs" on Friday,

March 29 at the Cristobal H i g hen

School Auditorium at c7 kp.m."; All

parents and friends of the students
are cordially invited.

-The individual room contests are

over and the finalist .have .been
chosen. for the Spelling Bee which
will hn held this Fndav.- March

29, at the Cristobal High 'School
Auditorium: "The : contestants : who
will' represent each of the classes
from 2nd through 6th in --the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side, Elementary Schools are

as follows

Seconl Grade' North Margari

ta Rov Zimmerman. Patricia

Blevins; South. Margarita-- Rob Robert
ert Robert Griffon. Dorothy Harper, John
Steven Boyd; S Cristobal ; Philip.

Owen; Gaum Kerry strattora.
' Thirdd Grade George Dredell,
Bernard Burklun, Michael Perez,
Kathleen Wong,' Audrey Duncan,

Linda Burza. Ginger Thomas.

Fourth Grade North Margari

ta Penelope Zimmerman,-Gre-

corio Gumban, J.? .South' Margari

ta Roy Herrera, Carla Cham Chambers;
bers; Chambers; Cristflbal Lynn E g g e r;

Fifth Grade Nereida Vasquez,

William Achesonv Laura Pearson,
Donna Wong, Reinaldo Barreras,
Jr.. Frank Borsellmo. Carol La

Croix.

Sixth Grade w Jean' Clark. San

dra Halliday, Eunis Fnese, -Tula

Martmo, Yvonne Leiaiaier, Elaine

Asburvj 1 j

The callers of the words at the
Spelling Bee will be Miss Dorothy

Henry, Mrs. Dona Helmerichs,

Mrs. Henrietta uieeK, Mrs. ueor

gia Gwinn and Mrs, Geneva Bow-

katm:... " i I ;
w &mr 1.
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"hARD.BOlLED" BUILDINQS-Comlng up-three servings
of massive concrete domes. They are the "eggs" in this trick

photo. Three empty egg cups were held close t the lens and
lined up with domed structures in background. The buildings
are part of the new drainage system in Frankfurt, Germany.

' Each notice for inclusion in this
column r should bo submittod -,in
typ-writtn form and 'mailed eo
tho box number lilted daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or dolivorad
by hand to the off ice. Notice of
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.

Parait Civic

Council Meets) ,
Tomorrow

The Paraiso Civic Council will

meet on tomorrow evening in the
music room of the. Paraiso High
School when problems effecting

the community wil be submitted

ana aiscusseu.

All members of' the community

are invited, Time 7:30 p.m;
Billboard Ad Men 1
Prolesf Charge ;
They Are Eyesores!
1 f
wAswTKrnTnN.' March .27 (UP)

Billboard advertising .executives

protested today that jt is unirue
that billboards are eyesores and
contribute to the highway traffic

toll., :

- They appeared before the Sen Sen-ta
ta Sen-ta PnMi Rnads subcommittee to

legislation calling for

federal reguiauon oi uiuwumus
the nation's pew inteystate net-n-lr
nt snnrhiehwavs. (

. Tinurpvnr. thev 1 had "no objec

tion to reasonable local regulation

of outdoor advertising.- mey saiu
i,,h nii should aDDlv "the prin-

ninioa nt ennnd zomne at the local

1J.I J 1.

levels" and assure inurm- i -cal
authorities to determine the
use of private land."

.T Willis Cantey. president of

the Columbia Outdoor Advertising
Co. of Columbia, S. C, said
"There is no evidence whatsoever

that outdoor advertismg nas neen
rnntributing factor in a single

traffic accident." .

'The fact is mat tar, rrom crcr
ating safety hazards advertisin?

posters on the highways nave

been used for many years oy
safety commissions to : promote

safety," he saw.
tt cM the National Safety.

Council has "given outdoor adver:

tttiing a cean. diu oi ? ueaa-u uu
I this score."

1 ji Ij "Ail
IH&tMmmmM.it.'Unmmifali lfc.iii'"4L""r" T" IliMMi!Ini -- J I mA

(PA-O After a, six week business trip to the States, Mr Munio Stern recently
returned to Panama. Above Mr. and Mrs. 5anio Stern enjoy the magniflcient
- Magnavox TV In their lovely apartment In the Perejil section of Panama.

New Products

By CLYDE H. FARNSWORTH

NEW YORK (UP) Kites have

come a long way-, since' the days

of; Benjamin Franklin. Now they

have got plastic-coated : ones for
faster takeoff and longer use.- ) x
The trouble, says Crunden Mar Martin
tin Martin Manufacturing Co. of St. Louis,
was that the takeoff had always

been impeded by dew on .. the

ground and Dossible snagging.

-Its answer is a kite coated with

bakelite polyethylene, a plastic

material, which it says v provides

nut oniy moisture resistance du.

greater durability,

i The maker of a new cement
base paint says the product will

prevent water seepage in tuch

spots as basements, silos and el elevator
evator elevator pits. A. C. Horn Co.; Inc.,
a subsidiary of Sun 1 chemical
Corp of San Francisco,: says its
new "Waterfoil KB-55" is actually

a "breathing type" coating that

permits moisture to escape. It is

made with a high percentage of

roruana cement.-
Still experimental but offering a
clue as to .what future beaches and
picnic grounds may be like is a

sun-powered portable radio pho

nograph, the unit operates on a

48-cell solar battery; On sunless

days the cell can be activated by
an incandescent light., or six re

chargeable flashlight-size standby

batteries. Admiral Corp. of Chi'

cago, the maker, estimates the

value of the set a 5,000.
.Y II.". -,'mmffmliHm' ,,,f-'"; t"-'"'l"j 1

A new fertilizer, described as

one of the most concentrated com

plete fertilizers on the market, will

oe mtroaucea to jwiawest farmers

this spring, says the manufactur

er, the Plant Food Division of Olin

Mathieson Chemical Corp. The

new Ammo-Phos pelletized fer

tilizer provides 56 unit j of plant

food per IOO pounds of fertilizer.

The company-says the high .anal

ysis reduces the : amount of filler

which the farmer must haul and
apply with the plant food,
i .
Hawaii University
Allracis Summer

Siudenls In Droves

HONOLULU : (UP) Comes
spring and some co-eds in at least

44 states start thinking about that
palm tree-covered campus on the

beach of Waikiki.
Each year the University of Ha Hawaii
waii Hawaii has become the summer
school home of an increasing num number
ber number of stateside students who long
for a Hawaiian vacation with an
rccasional class in swimming and
hula dancing.
The boys come, too, but by and
large, the campus is crowded with
bright-eyed mainland e"o-eds who
attend classes, dressed itt aloha
"shirt and Bermuda shorts. -
fTh university is already mak

ing plans to take eare of more than

1,000 visiting students mis sum summer.
mer. summer. The western states of Cali
fornia, Washington and; Oregon
will supply the majority.but, sur surprisingly
prisingly surprisingly enough, last year Illinois,
Michigan and New York were next
in representation.
' Students from 13- foreign coun countries.
tries. countries. orinciDallv Australia. Japan,

Korea and, the Philippines, v also
made Honolulu 1 their, summer
headquarters.
Contrary to general" belief,, the
university campus is not located
at Waikiki and the buildings are
mostly -of modern stone construc construction.
tion. construction. But Hawaii's most famous
landmark, Diamond Head, is
only two miles away.
The curriculum calls it "Dances
of Hawaii." but it's really hula

dancing and the most popular sum summer
mer summer school course. Still, the school
is fully accredited and offers a
varied choice of courses ranging
from Chinese literature to world
civilization.
School tuition fees run 8.50 per per-credit
credit per-credit hour with no added charges
to out-of territory students Total
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MOSCOW, March 27 (UP) Hun-irsi-ian
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Kadar, visiting the Soviet Union
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The press quoted him as say saying:
ing: saying: "National communism does not
exist. There is only international
communism.
"The slogan of national commu communism
nism communism signifies the attacking of the
international labor movement.
This slogan is a late-born twin of
Hitlerite national socialism and
we Communists must fight it."
The speech was the strongest
denunciation in the press here to
date of the national brand of com.
munism practiced by President
Tito of Yugoslavia,
In a reference to the Oct. 13

revolution that wracked Hungary

and brought him to power when
Soviet tanks attacked rebels, in
Budapest on Nov. 4, Kadar sad
"we do not intend to yield to the
pressure of counter revolution revolutionaries
aries revolutionaries or justify their hopes.
"We have not the slightest
and allied Soviet-Hungarian rela relations,
tions, relations, but on the contrary we will
strengthen them," he said.
Kadar and his delegation are

erpected to 'return to Moscow

Thursday from a tour of Soviet
industrial centers to sign a pact
with Russia on. Soviet aid and the
status of Soviet troops in Hungary.

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.-,., WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27,-1957
Be 'Man To Beat' For Bailie

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4 Hits For .'404 B.A.
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By FRED DOWN

NP!W YORK Marrh

Ja serving sharp-notice this spring that he may be
the "man to beat" for the American League batting
itftle.

The experts have been fore forecasting
casting forecasting a battle among Ted Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Mickey Mantle and Al
KSHne, but- the 26-year-old
; Kuenn looks like he's gearea for
a fast start that could leave 'em
aUvfar behind. He's belting the
ball at a .404-clip, has hit in 10
straight games and connected
afely In all but one of the 15
, games he's played.
s wJCuenn enjoyed his. best day of
the spring yesterday wnen ne
: drove in five runs with a homer,
two doubles and a single to lead
thjf Detroit Tigers to an 8-4 vic vic-'
' vic-' tory over the Cincinnati Redlegs.
The victory was the Tigers'
fourth in six games after they
sorted their Grapefruit League
aampaign wivn eigni. acieuis m
i 1Q contests.
, ;.Kuenn, the major leagues'
' t Ne. 1 shortstop, finished third
. -,1ft the batting race last season
' with a J32 mark compared to
Mantle's .353, Williams' .345
' and Kaline'g .3)4. He's led the
league 'n hits In three of his
. four full seasons and is re re-tgarded
tgarded re-tgarded as a potential ,350-hlt-
t "The Pittsburgh pirates scored
tH1r 10th win in 16 exhibition
I games when they got two-hit
pitching from Dick Hall, Nelson
j King and Elroy Face to beat the
' St. Louis Cardinals; 40. The Pf Pf-i
i Pf-i faffes walloped Murry Dickson
i $tni Jim Davis for 11 hits in-
chiding a homer by Bill Masero-

TJie New York Giants, wno are
; developing Into a real spring
t surprise, downed the Baltimore
; prioles, 7-6, and now have won
U., of 16 Grapefruit. League
games. Don Mueller pulled this
5 one out of the fire with a grand grand-t
t grand-t lalarohomer with two out In the
ninth after Bob Speake's four

a iruns-batted-ln provided

the

'. Cubs with a 6-3 lead.
The Baltimore orioles handed
the puzzling Cleveland Indians

their seventh setback in eiejht

b games .when they t-ameo ior
f -three runs In the ninth and a
C i7-6 decision. Wayne Causey tied
the score with a two-run single
and'1 then 19-year-old sensation
v. Brooks Robinson, who knocked
In three earlier runs, delivered.
i ; him with the game-winning tal tal-l
l tal-l jiy.
v I i The Brooklyn Dodgers poured
f ver seven runs In the third in in-;
; in-; nint and went on to rout the
Philadelphia Phillies, 8-3. Dou--l
bles by Don Newcombe,, Glno
Clmoli, Carl Furillo and Charley
: ; Keal featured the big uprising
', : against southpaw Harvey SHad-
' dix. Newcombe pitched so-so ball
for six innings, yielding nine
V hit and the three Philly runs.
i Boy Sievers' n'nth-inning

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to PanameAo or'Grtngol All Isthmians flock to the pied pied-piper
piper pied-piper of the ortan named Azcarraga. Bached by his orches orchestra,
tra, orchestra, Luctio gives you that magical music tomorrow night, in
the. pleasantest place our air-conditioned BELLA VISTA
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single was the big blow of a
battle of homers as the Wash Washington
ington Washington Senators tripped the
Kansas City Athletics, 8-7. Bob
Cerv hit two homers and Gus
Zernial and Hal Smith one
each for Kansas CRy while
Harmon Killibrew delivered a
grand-slam round-tripper for
' the Senators.
Jlmmv Piersall homered In
the 10th inning to enable the
Boston Red Sox to shade the Los
Angeles Angels of the pacific
Coast League, 6-5. Red Sox
rookie outfielder Marty Keough,
whose home is in' nearby Pomo Pomona,
na, Pomona, hit two homers while Jim
Baxes. homered twice and Steve
Bilko blasted a round-tripper for
Los Angeles.
Elsewhere: .White Sox expect
Tommy Brown to take over at
third base for them Wednesday.
He was recuperating, with lame
arm -..Pirates and Phillies dis discussing
cussing discussing deal In which latter
hooes to obtain an lnfielder.
Dr. Sydiley Gaynor of Yankees
told Mantle to throw away his
crutches and wear specially de
signed, rubber-soled shoe.
Atlantic Twiloop
Meeting Tomorrow.
At Mt, Hope Park
Tomorrow ninht at 5:30 p.m. the
Atlantic Twilight League officials
will hold a meeting of .the manag managers,
ers, managers, board of directors and fans
at Mt. Hone Stadium prior to the
scheduled game between USS Jas
per and CHS-Alumnl. The meeting
will begin as socn after 5:30 as
possible so as not to cause any
dely to the starting time of the
game.
The purpose of tomorrow night's
meetine is to discuss the All-Star
team that will play against Pow
ells next Sunday afternoon at Mt.
Hope Stadium and also to select a
Most Valuable. Player for the sea
son, Just passed. Sunday afternoon
at i:3fl.when Powell, play the se selection
lection selection Irdnvth other three teams,
the presentation of awards'for the
1957, season win d neia.
JTarl Newhard. nrcsident of the
league,'1 also announced that the
annual Twilight League banquet
wm oe new ai uie wiuui u u-lic.
lic. u-lic. Gun Range (Rancho Ramos)
on the night of April e.
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Mickey Vernon
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Not Conceding
Flag to Yanks

SAN FRANCISCO (UP) Mickey
Vernpnh heading into his 21st sea season
son season of organized ball, took issue
today with those who concede the
Yankees another pennant: and
warned tha; some of the Bombers'
key ; men "might have" a bad
year. y
1, don't g for concedmc oen-
nants to the Yankees light in the
middle of spring trammg. said
the- veteran Boston Red Sox first
baseman, who will be 39 in April.
"Some of their key men could
have a bad year,, just as happens
on other clubs. Look at Bob Port Port-crfield
crfield Port-crfield with us. lit had a bad one
last season. And if he could click
this 'year while the Yankees are
having trouble well. ..."
Vernon thinks the Red Sox might
wind ur ai high asj second after
coming home fourth for the last
four seasons.
"Porterfield's pitching was bet
ter in 195C than the record show
ed," Vernon continued. "And some
of his 12 defeats could have easily
gone the other way That would
have- made a .tremendous differ
ence, of course.
As for James Barton Vernon
himself, who never has been with
a pennant winner during 16 years
in the American League, Mickey
won't snjf-how many games he
can get out of his legs this sea
son.
"You never know what can hap
pen to a player my age so why
predict anytmng?" He asked. "Suf
ficient to say that 1 feel as good
as last year."
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Second Half Standfcigg
Won Lon Pet.
Lincoln Life 7 2 .777
Elks 1414
Police
Seymour Agency
Spur Cola
Gibraltar Life .
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Seymour Agency 5. Spur Cola 2
Seymour Agency shoved the
Spur Cola team into a tie for
the cellar spot yesterday in the
Pacific Little League by whip whipping
ping whipping them 5-2.
Florencio Arosemena pitched
one of his best games of the
year. He struck out 15 Spurs,
allowed only one hit and in one
stretch of the game he retired
ten successive men on strikes.
The only Spur, who got a hit
was Albrltton. Besides being the
winning pitcher, Aros emena
helped himself to two solid dou doubles
bles doubles for a perfect day at the
plate.
For the Spurs, the mound
chores were divided between
Bradshaw and Zelnick who wer
nicked for five hits and six
walks.
In the last two games, the
Spurs have accumulated the
grand total of one hit.
The box score:
Spur Cola -Bowen
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Mikullch c
Bradshaw p, cf
Zelnick lb, p
Starkenberg ss .
Arnold M. 2b
Abernathy If
Albrltton If. lb
Hele cf
Walker cf, If
Hoenke rf
Mounts rf
Seymour Agency
Pearl ss
Anderson 2b
Corrigan lb
Boatwright c
Carlson cf
Moses rf .....
Perra If
Raymond 3b
Arosemena p
BUENOS AIRES, (UP) World
flyweight champion Pascual Perez
of Argentina and challenger Dai
Dower of Wales will use five-
ounce gloves in their tiue rignt
here Saturday. Each fighter sign signed
ed signed official contracts for the 15-
round bout Sunday,
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Panama Boxing Commission President
Pleased With Colon Group's Decisions

' By J. J. HARRISON Jr.', ,
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vs -Panamas Boxing Commission; president ;Joa,JRogefio
(Pinky) Ariao said today he Was pleased, with the Colon

Commission' decision to

ranking bantamweight centender.; .''''
. .. Colon, in a previous ruling,' Md'cotisidered Ciaudio
Martinez In the top, spot Instead. ' -i

He" declared he was looking
forward to the joint meeting
oetween tne two groups on April
14 as suggested 'by colon.
Ibarra gets a crack at Mel Mel-.
. Mel-. vin Bourne's 118-pound crown
on that date in a 15-rounder
at the Olympic Stadium and
the 'Atlantic Side: body pro
; posed that the caucus be held,
during that afternoon. time,
and place te be decided by
Panama. :
Arias said he expected to get
formal : notification of Colon's
recent resolutions during the
cows ox tne wees and planned
to go Into those matters at
length, at the Panama Commis Commission's
sion's Commission's next meeting, slated- for
Monday at 8 p.m. ;
"Topics of, vital .Interest to
both commissions will be dis discussed,
cussed, discussed, and Colon will be noti notified
fied notified nromptly of our decisions."
Arias stated.
Arias said he nad never given
up hope that both organizations
will settle their differences ami amicably
cably amicably because he has great con confidence
fidence confidence in "the good laith of the
members of both groups."
Observers who have been fol following
lowing following up the recent develop developments
ments developments between Panama and Co Colon,
lon, Colon, predicted today that by A A-pril
pril A-pril 14 complete harmony will
exist.-
A situation still te be cor corrected
rected corrected the fact that Panama
has refused te go along with
Colon 'In granting 128-pound
champion Isidre Martinet an
extension until July Jl te de defend
fend defend his title.

Albrook Tunes Up For Relays
With Track Victory Over BHS

Albrook Air Force Base tuned up
for the forthcoming Balboa Relays
with a convincing 74 to 44 win over
the Balboa Bulldogs in a dual track
meet Tuesday on the Balboa Stad
ium cinder paths. The Flyers took
11 first places while the high school
boys picked up three. Al Guidet
and Danny Mescall. both from Al
brook, took two first places apiece
to pace the airmen to their victory.
All of the track events showed
good times, and two of the five
field events turned in good efforts.
Guidet edged Dan Winklosky by
about 4 feet in with a 10.1 century
for" his first win, and later on he
looked very strong in taking the
220 without much competition.
P. T. Turner, ace distance man
for the Albrook team ran a nice
4:52 mile and established himself
as a top heavy favorite In the Bal
boa Relays big mile run. Turner
pulled up lane with about a 220 to
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recpgntza Toto' Ibarra as top
, Arias, hinted today that Pan
ama has, a plan ? he was .sure
would meet the approval of Co Colon,
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DISCUS FAVORITE Bill Gib
son will be favored in the discus
event in the Balboa Relays on A
pru 5. Gibson does his throwing
for Cristobal, High and. already
has an official toss slightly better
man 143 leet. in .addition to- his
work .in the platter tossing event,
Gibson will See action in the high
hurdles, another event in which
he Is proficient.
go as he attempted a double win
by running the 880, but even so it
is doubtful if he would have caught
the flying Bill Holt of BHS who won
witn a good 2:10 time.
isier lrutant, another come
wru performer for Albrook, sur
prised everyone,- including h i s
coach, by taking the 440 in 52.6. He
had to run this fast to beat Dan
Winklosky of BHS whom he had to
pass in the last 100 yards to win.
in ine iieta events isaiboa won
their other 2 first places. Bill Hal-
vosa Dole vaulted' 10 n. s in. tn win
This indicated that Bill should be
hitting the 11 foot mark in the Re.
lays, and right now he Is about the
surest thing the Bulldogs have for
a top place in the. Relavs. Carl
Toot hm an go the final first for the
Bulldogs with a 5 ft. 4 in. high
jump.
Boston Hall took the broad lumo.
Calvin Gavrilys the discus, and
John Clark the Shot to complete
tne nrst puces for the Fivers. Gav
rilys' 133 ft, 1 3-4 in. in the discus
stamps him as a man to watch in
the Relays, while Clark's 46-1 in
the shot might mean additional Re
lays points for the Flyers.
Results ef BHS.
Albreok Dual Jr.ek Meer
Shot Put: L dark (A), 2. Fear Fear-son
son Fear-son (B), More (B) DUUnce: 46
ft. l in.
High Hurdles: 1. MescaU (A), 1.
Toothmaa (B), 3. Clark (A) Time:
15.0.
High Jump: 1 CT Toothman (B),
2. Scott (A) and Barbier (B) tied
Heightk5ft.4in.
100 yds: L Guidet (A), 2. Wink-
lossy iB), 3. Anemone (A) Time:
10.1. .
Bread Jump: L Hall (A), 1 Wi-
xim (A), 5. Barbier IB) Distance:
10 ft. T in.
Mile: 1. Turner (A), 2. Heins Heins-mii
mii Heins-mii (A), 3. Lagassie (B) Time:
4:52.0.
440 Relav: Albrook f Anemone.
Mescall. Scott, Guidet) Time: 4.2.j
440 yds: 1. Trufant (A). 2. Wink
losky (BV1. Scokett (A) Time: 1
52.8. L
ISO Lew Hurdles: 1. Meseall (A),'
t Barbara (B). i. Price (A) Time: il
21 S,
880 yds: 1
Holt (B), 2. Heinxt Heinxt-Cakiito
Cakiito Heinxt-Cakiito (B) Time:
man A)4
2:10.0.
220 yds: L Guidet (A), 2. Tooth Tooth-bsb
bsb Tooth-bsb (B). 3. Scott (A) Time: 23.8.
! Mile fielay: 1 Albrook (Hark,
Sickett, Truner, Trufant) Tinse:
3:49J.
Discus: L Savrllyw (A), 2. More
(B), t. Visit (A) FUUsce: la ft.
1 3-4 in.
I
Pole VauK: 1. Halveca (B), 2. If
FuDeton (B) and -Cbody (A) tied.;!
Heicht: 10 ft. 8 te. I"
Final Score of the meet: Albrook

E I Rancho

A sponsors night party. the
climax of the Canal Zone bowl
ing season, has been scheduled
dv me ran uanai uowiing as
sociation for Friday, April 5, at
til xtanciw uaraen.
, The party will begin with a
buffet dinner of typical Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian and -American dTshes
at 7:30 p.m., followed by an
interlude of relaxation and
dancing
The presentation on trophies.
which will be broadcast over Red
Panamericana and Radio cris cris-tal.
tal. cris-tal. will begin at 9:30 p.m. Tro Trophies
phies Trophies of the 16th Annual; City
Bowling tournament will, be
presented first: followed by the
presentation of prizes for the
Classic and Cosmopolitan Mixed
League of Diablo. If the Major
League trophies arrive in v time
they will also be presented that
night.
' The party will be htghl'ght htghl'ght-ed
ed htghl'ght-ed by a colorful booklet. .The
booklet and admission to the
party will cost only $1 for all
A.B.C. and. W.I.B.C. members.
Additional booklets cost 50
cents. Guest tickets $2.
Tickets and booklets are being
sold on the Pacific side bv John
voss, saiDoa 3V70; E. J. Bates,
curunau 4212:- sgt. Tom Kiigai
len. Navy 336P,: PanCanal Bowl
in? Assn. Balboa 2002. On the
Atlantic side, sales are' heme
handled by Ruth Tortorlci, R.
Rooinson ana s. spinney.
Cristobal Track
And Field Night
At Mount Hope
Coach Paul Moser, C.H.S. track
coach, has announced .the inaugu
ration of Cristobal track and field
night and the first of these annual
events will be held tonight at Mt
Hope Stadium beginning at 7 0'
clock.
Atlantic Side fans will have an
opportunity to see in action, not
only the established stars, of Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High School's track team,
out also many 01 the up and com coming
ing coming youngsters who will be wear
ing the blue and gold io year to-
come.
Cristobal Elementary Sc c h 0 0 1,
Junior High School. CHS and. mem members
bers members of the Alumni team that will
soon be competing in the Balboa
Relays, will put on a display of
running and jumping at the Mt.
Hope Stadium tonight. .'.
A full schedule of the events
listed fcr tonight follows r :
so Yard dash (Elementary boys)
50 Yard dash (Junior High. 7th
and 8th Grades)' '
75 Yard dash (Elementary boys)
75 Yard (Junior High, 7th and
8th Grades).
440, Yard relay (High School)
100 Ifard High. hurdles (Exhibi (Exhibition)
tion) (Exhibition) ; I
100 Yard d s 1 h (Elementary
Doys '..'A, .'
100 Yard dash (Junior High,
vin ana stn uraaes)
100 Yard dash (Exhibition)
220 Yard dash (Junior High, 7th
and 8 Grades)
660 Yard run (Junior High, 7th
ana via vrraaesj
180 Yard low hurdles (Exhibi
tion) v.,
440 Yard r e 1 a v (Elementary
ooys)
Mler relay (Exhibition)
Broad jump (Open) Elementary.
jr. High and sr. High
Discus throw (Open) Elements
ry, Jr. High and Sr.. High)
Shot fut (Open) -Elementary.
jr. tugn. sr. uign s t
Sports Briefs
LONDON. (UP)-British odds-
makers SPDarently have little
faith in Monkey 'Wrench, an
American-owned horse, winning
Friday's Grand National Steeple-
cnake. laej are quoting 100-1 odds
on the horse, who represents Mrs.
r. Brvce of New York.
BOSTON CUP)-Tht NCAA .Ice
hockey rules committee has rec recommended
ommended recommended that the 1958 national
championships be held at the Uni
versity of Minnesota, March 13-15.
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Editor: 'CONRADO SARCEANT

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

Palmer, which still rne n.
der the silks of Mrs. Louis,1 R.
Sommer, dropped another close
verdict yesterday at Qulfstream
Park when he .finished second
to Fire King in a mile and a six sixteenth.
teenth. sixteenth. Palmer nald S4 80 to
place and $3.20 show as com compared
pared compared to the winner's $10.90, $5. $5.-20,
20, $5.-20, $3.20 across the board.
'i- Tn his nrAvlniia utart Tislm
Vound up second by a 'neck. it
iias Deen reported Dy unoffi unofficial
cial unofficial sources that" Sommer 'is
planning to bring palmer back
10 ranama to compete in the
$15,000 added one mile and n
half president of the Republic
Classic. ' r
Mufti II. another former ln-
; cal star which until a few
weeks ago defended the colors
of Sommer, was ; r e c ently
claimed for $5,000.
1 0O0
Pablo A. (Papi) Thayer,- re-1
cently appointed manager of the
President Remon racetrack, ; is
scheduled to hold an Informal
meeting with sports, writers who
cover local horse racing tonighH
at the Newsnapermen's Home
Newsnapermen's Home
tuasa del Periodista)
'. It is expected that Ideas that
conid lead to vital improve improvement
ment improvement at the 1 racetrack will be
exchanged. ,
Osvaldo de Leon, now' on the
sidelines serving out a suspen suspension,
sion, suspension, has signed a contract to
ride for Texas millionaire Thom-aa-
Hiar Jr. ,:3V-
It has also been reported that
Rogelio Trejos, another Juan
Franco product who has been
riding successfully in the U.S.
for the last four years, will show
his wares in the East this spring
and summer., Trejos' riding was
previously confined to Callfor Callfor-nla.
nla. Callfor-nla.
Trejos : is under contract to
Henry Jenkins tor,; the coming
season at Jamaica on Long is
SECOND HALF STANDINGS
Team
W
, 5'
.-4
, 4.
3
. 1
. 0
L
,1
1
2'
3
5
5
Per GB
Paloma
.834
Ocelots
.800
ft
1
2
.',4
AVs
Conejos
Pumas .,
Macaws
Perlcos
.687
.500
.167
.000
Ocelots Clip Pericos 8-1
Vaughn was given the starting
assignment by Manager Hinz of
tne ocelots ana aided by some
very timely hitting by the Mor Morris
ris Morris boys handed the pericos their
fifth, straight, loss Tuesday aft
ernoon at tne Fasuicn Teenage
Ball Park In a fast seven inning
game.; .... ?y- i-."'
Bleaklev. manager' of the Per
icos, with injured players on the
bench, again called upon Mar Martin
tin Martin who has started the last
three games to give them their
first win but the best his team
could do was to score a single
run in the ttdrd. ; (
- This was an Important win for
the Ocelots as another red hot
race Is developing and they have
a tie game as an ace in the bole
to fall back on if needed.
ThrM AmiViI ntav fmrn Wa tVia
Pericos an done by the Ocelots,
and a home run by R. Morris
with two on were the highlights
of the game.,, .
.The Ocelots scored three In
the first on singles by R- Morris,
Keynoias. vauenn and a doa
ble by J. Morris, three in the
second on a circuit clout by R.
Morris with two on and two
more In the seventh .on two
walks, and a double by J. Morr's.
The pericos scored one in tne
third on a base on balls and sin singles,
gles, singles, by Martin and Ness.
R. Morris for the Ocelots and
Ness for the Pericos each, had a
perfect day at the nlau each
getting two for two. ; , ;
The box score: ;;
Ocelots
Engelke 2h
Moris, R. 3b
Morris, J. c ...........
Reynolds lb
Vaughn p
Ammiratl ss
Dombrowskl cf
Price if
Oubbs rf
Today Encanto
25
At 0:00 p.m.
LA SONORA MATANCERA
On the 8creen:
TWO PICTURES!
Today IDEAL 20 JO
SPANISH DOUBLE!
Maria Filix hi
"LA PASION DESXCDA
Luis Aguilar tn
"CHUCHO EL ROTO

Fastlich League
t e 1- --

r ijr-

r n i
land, N.Y. He reportedly signed
for,, $800 monthly : plus ten i per
cent of purses. ; 4 .l
- 0O0
' Rogelio "Pinky" Arlasrpm
I dent of the- Panama Boxing
Commission, has joined the ,1
ranks of horse owners. He an,d
William Brophy are co-owners
of the reportedly classy Argen Argentine
tine Argentine horse Germanias.
0O0
- Ricardo Macias and rrist.nhsl
J. Ortega split the $20 first nrize
offered by Gallito cigarets In the
"5 & 6" selectors' contest last
Sunday.- :
They were the first contest-'
ants ever: to nick all six winners
of the. contest. Their perfect
coupons named Teloreo, Sari
Cristobal. Anache. ; Genizarito.
Distingo and Rosario in that or order.
der. order. H!'--i):V? !'
, ouo
The stewards kent nn their
gopdwork of meting out stiff
suspensions over the weekend.
Felipe Godoy received a 20
meet vacation. : Godov v irot 12
meets In Saturdav's first raca
for not vtpnrfin tohon t,j
--- --- a wMa V HVIMUIU f4J.Ut
eight more for crossing Bugaba
(Juan Gongora) with, Filon in'
the third race( causing Bugaba
to stumble and lose her rider.
The only other riders to get
the axe were Emllio Dario and
Vicente Ortega. Dario netted an
eight meet suspension by cross crossing
ing crossing Choya with. Grimilda in the
homestretch in Sunday's' first
race. Ortega' was set down four
meets for crowding Esteban and
Black; Bee with Elenita-at the
start of Sunday's third race.
Solito, Heritor, Quematodos
and American Maid were each
given 15 days suspension for
pulling up lame. .-
Lanero, a bad trailer in Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's sixth race, drew an eight
meet suspension for his uoor
performance.
Pericos
Marcum 2b
Ness lb ...
Fulon 3 b
Bright, T.
cf
ward cf .
Vine cf
Weade If .
Brown ss .
Bright. F. rf
i
Metrftney e
Martin; p (.
i i i
Conklin x
Cross xx'
x-Struck out for Mareum in
the 7th.
xx-Walked for Metheney in
the 7th. , .
SUMMARY Home runs: R.
Morris. Two base hits: J, MOrrls
2, Strike outs: Martin 4, Vauehn
4. Walks off: Martin 4,. Vaughn
6. Left on base: Ocelots 5, Perl Perl-cos5.
cos5. Perl-cos5. Earned runs; Ocelots 8,
Pericos 1. Umpires; R. Williams
and Schwarzrock.' Scorer: Dob Dob-son.
son. Dob-son. Time: 1:30.'
a ccan n n ix
i:i5. 3:10, 5:05, 7:00, 8:55
8.60 Mf.V
The Yung Hellions
of The West!
.They make today's ;
teenage terrors ;
look tame! :
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1957

MESS1

. ARMED FORCES -'
LITTLE LEAGUE
WEST BANKERS TROUNCE
. CURUNDU 1-0 BEHIND TWO
HIT ITCHING OR PETERSON
. Before a Capacity crowd at Cu Cu-rundu's
rundu's Cu-rundu's Little League ball park,
,,. yesterday afternoon, West Bank's
bi2 southpaw Willie Peterson.

stopped Curundu's second half win

ning" streak at eight games and
gave Bullet Butch Zent his first
defeat in tea starts. :
Despite -the 8-0 score the game
was well played. West .Bank got
, off to a three-run lead in the' sec second
ond second Inning when Linfors grounded
putr short to first, Pace was safe
on the shortstop's error, Nordeng
forced Pace at second, Bibbo walk walked
ed walked and up to bat came the big
fellow Peterson, who hit a long
fly .over the right fields wall .to

clear the bases ana give mm sen

a three run lead to work witn

Zent struck.! out' McGriff to end

the -toning. t ()i

West Bank's batters gave Zent
no trouble in the third, fourth and
fifth innings but the flood gates
were opened up wide in the sixth

wnen lor me iirsi time mis season-ten
men batted in one inning
against the powerful Curundu nine.

whe West Bank : reaiiy icea tne
game, was Lima who d r e w a
walk, Hamilton promptly doubled
to left center with Lima stopping
at' third, Genie Linfors spanked a
single: to right,' scoring Lima :.as
Hamilton moved to third. v

Then the- fans got an -exhibition
of base funning as these two
youngsters executed the prettiest
double steal any one could want
to see with Linfors on s e c o n d
Pace on first after drawing a base base-on
on base-on balls, Nordeng flied to center
for the first out, when httle- Jose
Bihbo xaire to at .and hit a hard
ball to second baseman Lane who
In trying for the force at third o o-verthrew
verthrew o-verthrew 'the bag and Linfors
scampered home, with Pace going
to third and Bibbo. to second.
Peterson was safe on a fielder's
choice as shortstop Reichart elect elected
ed elected to- play for the man at the
place but just missed as Pace slid
in under the tag to score W est
Bank's seventh run and Peterson's
fourth run batted in. With Bibbo

on third and Pete on first the

West Rank Board of strategy a

gain called for the double steal
and again both runners were safe,
Bibbo scoring West Bank's last

run of the game. Mcurui wawea,

Bridges struck out ana Lima lorc-

ea reie at uiiru aner uuuciwuuu
had relieved Zent with one out.

Offensively Curundu couldn't get
roline: Peterson was master of

the situation all the way as he
l struck out eight, walked six, hit

nne. crave uo two hits, one to

Reichart in the fifth and one to
Frangioni in the sixth.
The only time that Curundu
threatened was in the fifth when
Lane drew a base on balls, Dykes
struck out. Zent. was hit with a

niched ball and Reichart hit I

hard smash over second baseman
Lima's head. Bridges fielded the
ball like an inflelder and fired to
the plate to cut down Lane for
tho sprnnd out as Zent- moved to

third and Reichart to second.
With these boys ready to move
on anything Smith lined an out outside
side outside pitch which "Kenny Lima
backpedalled for all he was worth
to catch up With, taking it over
his shoulder and somersaulting
three times as he hung on to the
ball, for the big out of the- day.
Other good defensive plays were

turned in by Hamilton, uniors,
-Rihhn Hpifhart and Zent who

pitched with his heart when his
tired arm failed him. Trying, his
best as usual," Butch showed his
that- ha never Cives UD as he

went after a foul pop in the fourth
inning running hard :and fadling
as he tried in vain to catch up
with the ball. That is the stuff of
which champions are made and
- bo apology is necessary for Zent s
first loss against his nine wins.
The records prove his ability.,
Offensively, m addition to hi s
tarring role on the mound, Pe Peterson
terson Peterson was the big man, with one
hit hi homer (incidentally the

rt on he ever hit) in t h r e e

trin. .nrf. hattine in four runs.

Hamilton, linfors and Frangioni

also had one for three, Linfors al also
so also getting credit for a run batted
in. Reichart, Pace and Bibbo each

lad one for two. t -:
This victory kept West Bank s
chances-.for- victory in the secona
half alive. Had Curundu- won they
' would hava xincbed second hall
(innon'u well-as the- Leagqe

championship. having, wofl the
firsthalf .with tone wins and one

ossOn Thursday west
plays Kobbe and Curundu plays
Caribbean Command.

both, of the front runners- should
win tbeir games and a P ayoH,
game sudden death, will be Te Te-quired
quired Te-quired to decide the1 second half
winner. However, baseball is a
mosf- unpredictable gamej and,
both Caribbean Command and Kot Kot-be
be Kot-be win be determined to do their
best to tipset the app'eart.
The outcome-wil aot be decid

ed until, both tames are Misnea
on Thursday., Curundu and West
Bank now bate equal records lor

the second hill ot eigni win. ,t.
one loss.- !R.
ATLANTIC LTTTLE LEAGfE jjj
.

Mutual of omana ioos m i

a bang, In fact six bangs and
five rum. The spectators had
hardly seated themselves when
Reggie Lum, Rusty Field, Bud
Wamio, Mike Burza and .Chuck
Bath the first 'five batcers to
come to the plate, greeted Cubs
pitcher Luther Quinn with base

hits. Ken Sanders also singled

Detroit
Brooklyn
Runwup

By OSCAR FRALIY, a 4

NEW YORK- fUPl-Pull tin

in the innine to make Mutual's ;cham peel yourself a erane be-

six hits. ' , cause we're fresh out of oranges,

After his rough greeuna; at me ana iaxe ii worn t earless raiey
game's beginning. Quinn settled that it's gonna W the New York
down and pitched one of ; the Yankees and the Cincinnati Reds
finest games seen this 1 season, in the World Series this year.
Only three men reached .first From' here ... the -pennant races
base and eleven men went down shape up this way:

swlnsrina at his curve ball. f? I 1, The New York. Yankees: If

Bud Wainio "pitched his usual they lose this one; there should be
fine game. He had control trou- congressional investigation. The
ble in the first and walked the.only questions are how many
first two men to face him, "Web- homers Mickey Mantle 'will hit
ber and Heffner; Villamarzo was!(55) and how many games .Art
the next batter and he camelDitmar will win (21).
through with a single to right! 2. Detroit Tigers: In the race
fliH Hriv)n in wphhor for the til the head of the stretch. Then

Cubs first score: Luther Quinn watch Whitey Ford and Co: go, by.
then "came to bat and filed out!.' '3. Cleveland Indians : Still load load-tn
tn load-tn r.nt.rf!piHp nnriinn ftlf In ed with pitchers to throw it un

what was probably a key play n mere, ouu noDoay io get it. wnen
the game. Hermle Henriquezit goes out the.re.
grounded out to secpnd with 4- Chicago White Sox: Go, go

Tommv Heffner Scoring; on tne.vpo siow, siow.

play to bring the first inning

boston Red sox: Will prove
once again that money will buy

anything but complete poverty

score t,6 5 to 2

Th nnh: staved in t.h contest

fio-htinr, an th wnv and pot, ana a .pennant

their rallv poinir In the last in-i 6. Baltimore Orioes

ning- after1 two men were out.
Marin V11lnmnr7.n rflme throueh

double to center. Ouinn singled' rt. Washington Senators: The

to lef t sendine Villamarzo to oi, oia story;. f irst m.war, iirst

third. Henrlquez was .then walk-, in peace and last in the Amen

Any hizher

would be a real Oriole bdreabs.
7. Kansas City Athletics: STill

4 : H y; Nil (:: v
W i lltflw- in t- i miwmrrum i 'i "f'-'jiVti-rYr-i'Ti'--lif--.'iM v.,.v,--. ifc...v-iMNiwwiwMMWiMWM iwiiwiib wwifwi i V J
rowuii i H....JIII. m-xvMn, 'n ymmumm mymS fT "m ") n" "'U"' f v

'iiK' 4 fHIIl I II M 'yi-m4,y- ,i 4

:!. MOVING PITCHERJoe Collins rarely faces a left-hand pitcher during the championship
season, and the Milwaukee club gave? the first baseman no bargain when Fred tfa'ney started
. ... the veteran- lefl-hander, .Warrcn Spahnv againirt- tlw' Yankees at Braves Field, Bradenton.. Fa;

Loop Leading Clayton Moves
Stefi Closer Jo Service Flag

ri filllnn the bases

Villamarzo saw an ODportunl

ty to ru nand before Mutual was

can League.

National League

1. Cincinnati Reds: More'

mus-

aware of his dash, Mario had cies tnan a weignc liners' eonven

nrrf to -K-neh then went uon bur that may ne tne stumoi-

down swinplng to end the threat 'lng block. The pitchmg figures to
and th hall nma ,1 improve, but the blasters have to

; m,fofoi4in In t.Vi cram -nrair blast' on schedule.

v. MtHn- nf j wainin wurrat 2. Brooklyn D o d c e r s: The

nnA villamarsio."! while In the. beards grow longer and longer

field Chuck Bath, Ken' Sanders,' and sooner, if not later, the
Mikp' Baranlck and Hermie Hen- thumbs won't phigvthei dyke any

rimtu tnniniit. i more.

.... .. 1 t Ti ... a. t tliAi,

The box score:
Mutual of Omaha Ab R H Po
Lum, Reg. ss .... 3 111
Field, ,c.i ,r4 1 1,10
Wainio.'W :3 1 3 0

Burza, 3b f 3 12 0
Bath? lb ..t...3 1 1 6
Hauser, 2b 3 0 0 0
Sanders, rl 3 0 1 1
Rief, cf 3 0 0 0
Billison, If H 0 0 0

Totals

Coco Sollto Cubf

Webber, cf ...... 2
Heffner, rf, lb .. 2
Villamarzo, c .... 3

Quinn, p' 3

ever get mad, look out. But there
is stili no fire in the ashes.

A 4. St. Louis Cardinals: The gang

is out of gas with nobody to fill

1 the tank. v' ;

0i 5. Philadelphia Phillies: Gee

n whiz. kids.

l 6. Pittsburgh Pirates: .Gee,

n kids! t . 'i

1 7. ivew xoric uiants: san vran

1 ) Cisco womon'i want m t- -v-

0 8. cmcage- cuds: .ucxy r w un-

isn- rientn.

" And.-Oh yes. the Yankees will

27 5 9 18 4 win the Series, ur games to two,

Anyone iur zuuiuaur w
Sports1 Briefs

Henrlquez. 2b

Koch, 3b ...
McNamee, ss
Baranlck, If

Jodice, lb ...
Eberenz, rf

Totals

Score By Innlnga
M. Of Omaha 500 0005
Coco Sollto 200 0013

10 10
1 0 0 0
1 2 11 0
0 1 1 .1

0 0 3 01 MORGANTOWN, W.Va., (UP) (UP)-0
0 (UP)-0 0 0 0. Three players who were dropped

0 0 0 0 from the West Virginia University
0 0 10 football team last season for

0 0 1 0 breaking training rules have been
0 0 0 0 1 reinstated by Coach Art Lewis.

They are center Phil Messinger,
end John Plybon and quarterback
Chuck Simpson.

20 3 3 18 11

SUMMARY RBI'st Lum.j

Burza z, sanaers, vuiamarzo,

Henriouez. Two base hit: Vina

mar7o. Stolen bases: Villamarzo.

Bath, Sanders: Left on base

Mutual 6, Cubs 3. Base on balls

off: Quinn 2, Wamio 3. Strike Strikeouts
outs Strikeouts by: Quinn ll, Wainio .10.

Earned runs off: Quinn 5. off

Wainio 3. Time: 1:30. Scorer

Bath.' Umpires: Car rlngton,

Jones, Rlnehart.
ISTHMIAN LITTLE LEAGUE
By GTLBERTO BURTON
. STANDINGS MARCH. 28
- r- -
(2nd Half)
Won Lost GB
Mutual of Omaha 2 0

Nehl -.;..: v. t 1 fl Vi

Elea ..i.. w.". 1 l'l :

Tropelco i.. 0 '1 1H
Eommers Spark ..01' Vt

Tivoli Motors ...... 0 1

C. Parris, 3b .......... 3
J. Jimenez, lb. rf 2

Stewarte 0
Long, lb 8
Long, rf r, ........... 2
Hinds, p 1
Belgrave, 2b .. 2

1 1
0 1

. Totals - 21 9 t

Winning Ditcher: Martinez (2

0). Losing pitcher: Mayers (1-1).

Umpires: Farreu. -sobers, weeks,

Lindsay. Scorer: A. Peterkln.
Timo: 1:14.
2ND GAME

M. of Omaha 102 0025 4 2

Elg a 100 0012 6 1

: TUESDAY'S RESULTS-
Nehl 347 105 20 14 .3
Tivoli Motors .000 540 9 1 4
NeW overpowered Tivoli Mo Motors
tors Motors in a 21-hit slug fest in
which four pitchers saw action.
Martines and Gayle teamed tip
to win for Nehl while Mayers

and Hinds shared mound chores

for T-Motors.

Graham's 2-3 batting per

formance included .2 doubles
which brines hi total In 7.

Layne and Myrie hit 3-4 for Ne Nehl.
hl. Nehl. Ogarro led his teammates
with a 3-3 day at the plate.

The box score:

Nehl '

C. Smitli, cf
O. Meljrar. rf
D. CAfnpbell ....

R. Mason, 3b

Myrie, s$.,..
Graham. If ...
Lavne: lb

Williams, e

Mvl'S. Jb .
Martinez, p
Gayle, p ...

Mutual of Omaha made a
magnificent showing in a splen splendid
did splendid win over the haughty Elga.

R. Bowen scattered six Elga hits
to claim a 5-2 victory.

Carew's 2-2 and Barber's 3-3

were not .timely enough to ac account
count account for more runs. -A. Phillips,

by far the league's hittingest
pitcher, bead the pile at a 2-4
clip and pushed his B.A. to .419.
Omaha .took command of
Isthmian Little League standings
for the first time In the season,
French was chased in the 3rd
inning after putting the 3rd run
on base. Carew finished.
The box score: ;

Omaha a -. -Ab R

F. Ellington, ss 3 .2
A. Cummlngs, 3b ...... 3 1
A. Phillips, lb 4 2

R. MUlett, If

J. Morales, c
R. Bowen, "p
G. Todd, rf
T. Cooper, 2b
A. Failey, cf ;

IF,

0

Ab
, 3
, 1-1

Totals..
. EU
H". pacheco, 2b. ss

23 I 4

H

OX Evelyn. 3b

o R. Carew, ss, p
IjT. Barber, lb

2 E. Heooert, c
3 1 A. Barber, cf

2 IS. Dyer, rf, 2b
3 jT, Richards, If
3 1 J. French, p ..
GT. Jones, rf ..
0;
0 Totals '.

..

. v t

The lea cue Ju a dins-Fort. Clavtnn

Cavaliers moved another steo clos

er to clinching the Panama .Area

Armed Forces Baseball- title ; with
a 4-3" victory .over the third place
Albrook Fibers Saturday night at
Jarman Field. A victory over the
second place Amador -Am' a'-d d r
Troopers Wednesday; afternoon
would -clinch? at least a' tie fof 4he
leaders :eveo if they should drop
their ? remaining three gamesV I :
. On the other hand the second
place1 Troopers! could really put
the' pressure on the Cavaliers' -with
a victory' oven them Wednesday.
It would leave- the .Clayton nine
only, a one-half game- lead ;with
three games to -play. u;.'f"-
In Wednesday afternoon's game,
which will start at 2 p.m., at Mc-Cardell-
Field, manager Mike Ri Rivera
vera Rivera wilt probably send his ace

lefty Jack Kaps to the mound and

Clayton manager Jim uunbar win
counter with" lefty Bill Cary (11 (11-4:
4: (11-4: th wmntnsest oitclter in "the

league. Kaptf record is' 8-3. '

In other PAAir piay over tne

past .week-end the determined

Troopers, wno are noping lor ineir

third straieht PAAF champion

ship, behind the clutch hitting and

hurling of player-manager Mike
Rivera downed the cellar-dwelling

Armr Atlantic 'Bushmasters 7-3 at

Fort Davis Sunday afternoon.

The Albrook t Ivers lost two

straight this past week-end follow following
ing following up -their Saturday night loss

to Clayton with a 20-6 loss to Fort

Kobbe Sunday afetrnoon.
The Bushmasters won their sixth
game of the season Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at Fort Kobbe downing the
Regulars 14-8, behind the fine
pitchmg of John Shirley.

CAVS SQUEEZE BY FLYERS

Walt 1 Sauerbrun's bases loaded

inirl in the bottom of the ninth

innine scored pinch-runner Bill

Jankovich from third base with

the winnintf run m Claytn's 4-3

victory over the third place AI
hrnnk Flvera.

Clayton's Dick Borkoski and
Bob Hanson of 'the Flyers went

the route for t h e i r, respective
teams. The win brings Borkoski's

record to 7-3 and the loss gives

Hanson a 4-3 slate.

, With the score tied at the end

of eight full innings of play John
Rurnettn doubled to lead o!f the

half of the ninth. Pat Dela

ney then laid down a. perfect

hunt that wont for an. infield Hit.

After Delaney pilfered second
hase. manaecr Ned Brant of the

Flyes ordered Hanson to inten inten-Hr.nitu
Hr.nitu inten-Hr.nitu walk thi next batter. Man-

nina Weaver. Witn tne oases roaa-

e3 ana no one out Stan Christian
struck ouU The next batter was

Sauerbrun and on' a 0-1 pitcji he
sent a toner to deep left center center-field
field center-field for the game winning blow.

Clayton took a a-o ieaa in me

fourth as the Flyers tossed the
ball all over the lot for a total of
three errors. The highbght of the
inning was Ed Gordon's bunt. At Attempting
tempting Attempting to sacrifice, Gordon-cir-th
ha ai the Fivers com-

mtmA thrw rrorl on the play. -1

Albrook tied the game -up wud

two runs in the seventn ana w
in the eiihth to set the sUge-for

Sauerbrun's fame winning oust.

Fort Amador's versatile manac Rivera (AmadorV :

er limited the Bushmasters to fiVeiDelancy Clayton)

hits and at the plate he", banged
out a single and triple in four of official
ficial official times at bat" and also drew
a walk ui the first inning. He scor scored
ed scored three runs and stole two bases
to bring his season's total to 35 in
the stolen bases department. A
The Troopers went ahead to
stay in the first- inning on Rive Rivera's
ra's Rivera's walk(l a stolen base, and two
irlfield. outs. Rivera's" single, a tri

ple' by Darnel Sanford a no a

ground hail scorea two mure runs
in the third inning.
Army Atlantic pushed across
two runs in 'the bottom of the
third on a clean single to center center-field
field center-field by firstbaseman John Keros.
Rivera sained credit for his

first win of the season (also his

first in PAAF Dlay) and his rec

ord is 1-1. AA's Tom Walker was

charged with the loss and his rec

ord is now l-a. .. 4 v
RE6UIARS SHELLACK
, FLYERS

Fort Kobbe's Regulars, s t j 1 1
smarting from a 14-5 shellacking

at the hands of the Army Allan Allan-tin
tin Allan-tin Ritshmaaters. took out their re

venge on an unsuspecting ., Albrbok
team Sunday pounding out 15 hits
fbr an easy 20-8 victory.
Kobbe picked up three runs n
the first inning pn, three hits, an
error,' a fielder's choice and a sa sacrifice.
crifice. sacrifice. In the second inning they

picked up another tally wnen
Frank Jonas singled and scored

nn trinie hv Ernie Lennon.:j

a nnuhiA bv tirsi oaseman jessc

F.rimlntnn and singles by pitcher

Dick Greenfield and catcher Ma

nuel Lopez produced two AwrooK
runs in the third inning cutting the

margin to 4-2. ; .
. in the fourth inning Kobbe

combined four hits with four
walks, a fielder's choice and. two

Albrook errors for nine big runs.
In the fifth they combined seven
walks with a wild pitch and sin singles
gles singles by third baseman. Gene Tap Tap-scott
scott Tap-scott and catcher Lenme Gittens,
and a double by. pitcher Frank

Jonas for seven more runs. . .

Albrook attempted a beiatea ral

ly scoring one run in- the eighth
and three more in the ninth
i Jnn went the route for the

winners picking up his sixth win
in 13 rffrlsions. Dick Grencfleld

was charged with the loss. his

sixth in 14 decisions.

AA DOWNS KOBBE

fucker (AA)

LaMaestra "(Albrook)
Edgehill (Kobbe)
Onders (Clayton)
' . b:q five

.343
.333
.311
.301
.288
.298

Bradley'sJ 'Rich' Nit; ;Qm$
To Be Everi-Richer Next Year

-'NHmY,9W,- (iCp5 r BradWi'iKot Vtit the "score for Bradley
"rich'' National Invh&tion Tourns-lat 83 83 and then, fouled on tho
ment championswiU.,Jbe.u'evenpIay by Bob Swander, added
''richer" next season probably free throw that proved. the iflh.
battling NCAA chammon North 'nine nomt

Carolina and Kansas for the So.; ll. Vanatta. wlio coached Bradtey
national basketball ranking Jlast year, disclosed that AlemnMs

we should he a better team i took an "all for hroke" camhi.. .t

this point. -
','We held the ball for'one'hrst
shot, and that would wm'Wli
championship or lose it," said Vav
natta.- "But when, (Bob) Swander
finally -got to take the shot Sftef
a scramble ; be had only vert
tough shot."''
Swander; who won a semi fine
game in the final second with"
basket, tr.ed a- "much longsV
vne-hander this1 time and' missed ;
even the backboard.

Kaps (Amador) "t

Borkoski (Clajiton
Cary (Clayton)
Hanson (Albrook)

Greenfield (Albrook)

W-L ERA
9-i, 2.12
1 7-3 2.22
'"11-4 2.39
4-3 2.67
8-6 2.73

next, season," Bradley h Coach
Chuck Osborn proclaimed in the

wane oi nis JBraves' 84-83 win over

Metnphu State, in: Saturday's -NfT
final, and; the-1 "experts'' were
quick to agree with him."

We don t lose anybody at all

from this year's team," the rookie

coach pointed out; TAnd .in addi

tion, we. have stars coming up

from a iresnman team that had
an unbeaten 15-0 record.'' : ..

, Three-Felnter Wins It
'Leading the panade, of Tetuming

stars will be Sbellie McMUlon.

whose three-poinjti play ? with 29
second? lelt clinched the, stitle
game, and Barney Cable and Bob'
by Mason; bott' named to the All-

MT team. They're backed utl al

ready by so many strong players
that Memphis Coach Bob Vanatta
conceded; "They just -'bad- too

many shooters for us every- one

was a scoring threat down to the

sixth- and seventh men.".-

The- future isn't auite as bricht

Ibr Memphis State's gallant '.Up

set R.ms ; wno 1 came neart-Dreaic-mgly.vclosc
to grabbing the top

pre in their, very first JVIf ap appearance.
pearance. appearance. The Tigers lose: only
two men but they are '-'most

valuable 'player'.' Win Wilfong,
and hard driving little Jack Butch

er, also an all-tourney selection.

The only non-finalist to make

the all NIT team was Guy Rodg

er of Temple. The Owls won con

solation honors by defeating. St.

Bonaventur,- 67-50; -m t.f,"ti ii J

Wilfeni Fouled Out ,( .-
Wilfnnff'a ahnn --An fturannal

fouls hurt the Tigers in the fraali Hills Golf Club are reminded ".to

29 seconds of play, just, after Mci watch this newspaper for the de
Millon had slapped in a rebound tails of the next tournament.

Along The Fdirwbs

Louise Jones and Pre -y I m

combined thqir. golfing .abilities
pave the way for toop honor "ip
the scotch foursome tournament
held at the Summit Hills Golf awf
Country' Club this past week end.
Mrs. Jones and Trim .hnt nrt

77 in this select-your-dnve tourtra tourtra-ment
ment tourtra-ment .to take gross honors.. Their

t nantucap lowered their score
to -85 to give thfem low net prifis
alio.
Polly Zon and John Montanve
were awfully close to the winners
with a net score of 68.. Five teams
were tied for third place with 69s
which included the teams of Wit
ma RileyvU-, Zon, Martha Brew-
ster-Carl Serger,, Mac D'SulUv,aa

i uii. leien u.wena '.- rep
Graham, and t Warmg-Pst Con
ley, . ;
Lo-l hairwoman Pearl Trim, and
Peg- Montanye are to be congratyij"
lafed for tho success of the first

the Summit Golf Club., -and it; ls
reported Uiat they will run aqotlu
k n ... ..rJ c i .. : i :

All women golfers of the 'Sumnnf

TROFFERS DOWN AA
:- .- --.) -,.--'
Plsyer-manager Mike Rivera

nUcbed and batted his secona

place Troopers to a 7-3 decision
over the last place Army Atlantic

Bushmasters Sunday attemoon.

nearer the 1957 Atlantic Liwe Total,

Jrigue Championsnip wucu;
hti- Wainio subdued a 6th in; firen Mot
ning rally to lead his team to a ; r F0Ulre. Zh
3 to 3 victory tn the first fame' v. Fcantteb"ry. If ...
of the pennant series played, r. veanrood, cf. rf ..
Monday afterroon at Marearit u. mxrm c i..,

Little Leaeup-Field. "k Mavers. o. cf

Mutual started tfce game with 'G. Ogarro. sx 3

ss 20 14 xrxT nn gamts
J Wednesday. March 27. Trope!-

.'co va Nehi; Tivoli Motors vs.
0 Eommers Sparks. -1'
-Thursday. March 28: Eca vs.
0 Bommers' Sparks; Tropelco vs.
0 T-Motors.
Friday. March 23: Mutual' of,
3 Omaha vs. i;tiX

1
4
1
2

3-

3 1 0 ..
2 0 2 r 1
3 6. ll
1 0 Oi
3 0 j v n ..,.(-
3 0 0
2 10;

2 0 0. I
I 0 01

23 2

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Army Atlantic's Bushmasters

Jumped : on Kobbe sUrter ,Fred
Johnson for six runs in the first

mnmg, and picked up eigwrnore

tallies along the way to crumpie

the Regulars 14-5 Saturday after.

noon. - - :

Righthander John Shirley, went

all the way for ine uusnmasiera

scattering 13 hits while fanning

live and walking two. The' win

waa his second in eight decisions

Johnson pitched, the first and
2-3 innings for Kobbe in his first

appearance of. ine season a n a
was charged with the loss. i

Armv Atlantic commnea two

walks, two Kobbe errors and a

fielders choice with two, singles

and two doubles for six runs in
the first. In the second inning
they scored one more run' mak making
ing making the score 7-0 tbeir favor.
Kobbe scored their first run of

the game in -tho third on. three

successive singles. .- 4
- Both teams .scored in'thes Ixth

to complete the scoring. Kobbe

combined three nits antr a sacn-

'fice for two runs, and AA picked

uo one tally m tne sunn woen

Moore walked, stole second, and

went to third on an error and cor
ed on a wild. pitch. '

Fort Clayton '.

fori Amaonr
Albrook AFB
Fort Kobbe
Army Atlantic

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collars spread collars they're all in the Allow
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TBI PANAMA AMERICAN s AN INDEPENDENT DAlLI NBW8PArt
WEDNESDAY, MARCH a75l
C LASS I F I E D S
L I
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i
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Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished res residence
idence residence on 56 street, (former Ri Ri-cardo
cardo Ri-cardo Arias) No. 4, Campo Ale Ale-gre.
gre. Ale-gre. Telephone 3-4602.
FOR RENT: Completely furn furnished
ished furnished residence at Exposition
grounds. For 3 to 5 months. Te Telephone
lephone Telephone J-2ts7.
FOR RENT: Complataly furn furnished
ished furnished house, very attractive and
comfortable, two badrooms,
larga living room and patio, all,
modern eonvanianeas j" Cn Cn-arejd,
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FOR RENT: Half chalet with
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Resorts
Baldwin's furnished apart apart-mants
mants apart-mants at Senta.Xlars Beach,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3681.
PHILtlPS Ocaanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box. 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. de rV Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile past Ca Ca-sina.
sina. Ca-sina. Phone Balboa 1806.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences
moderate rate. Phone Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, 6-441.
Giardello Choice 1
i
To Whip Vaughn
In LA. Tonight
KANSAS CITY, Mo. March 27
(UP) Joey Giardello, a bruis bruising
ing bruising battler from Philadelphia is
favored ever Willie Vaughn of
Los Angeles tonight jn a nation nationally
ally nationally -televised and broadcast
m iodic weight bout.
Giardello, sixth-ranked middle middleweight
weight middleweight contender risks his pres prestige
tige prestige in tonighfSslO-reunder. He
meets fourth-ranked Rory Cat
hoan April 13 in Cleveland in a
crucial test.
Boasting a string of seven
; straight wins, the 26-year old
veteran campaigner is confident,
he is ready for the big one.
Vaughn, a classy 24-year old
Negro boxer with a goPd left,
hook and ,ower in his right, rea realises
lises realises this is a good chance to get
in front fast.
Along The Fairways
FINAL MATCHES FOR
'AMAiKM WOMEN'S HANDICAP
CHAMPIONSHIP
Bobbie hughes will meet Irene
Robinson in the finals of the Worn--en's
handicap. Championsuip .at
Amauor thi week. Irene beat Mo
Williams I and 1 and Bobbie
Hughes won from Eve Wright 5 to
gain the finals With hut one
stroke difference in handicap and
both, the girls playing goou goll
.this should be an interesting
match.
in the first flight Jean Morns
won over Barker Bell 3 and 4.
Marge Sewell had a close match
with Ethel Peranlie as they fin fin-ishel
ishel fin-ishel all even on the 18th. Marge
won the match as she holed out
a long putt for a birdie on the
19th. So, in this1 flight it will be
Jean Morris and Marge Sewell.
' Carol Perantie meets H e'l e n
Schull in the second flight and
Betty Gildersleeve will play Rose
Pnifer in the third flight.
Tn tn u,Pokiv T aHiPs' Tfciv Tmir.
nament low crosn was won hv I.,
rene Robinson with a 78. There
was a tie tor xirst low net be
tween Sylva Carpenter and B e v
Friedman as they both finished
with net 7x. Helen Schull placed
third with a 72. The putting prize
went to Marge Sewell as she us
ed but 30 putts
S points tourna-

pomu fof para, and one point forlhnnrv rB,' nt fh-,me.t.

bogies.
IT'S HERE! 1
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FURNISHED: Apartment for
April, May and June, two bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. Only $100.00. Tel. Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, 3-0088
FOR RENT: For one month
4 furnished apartment, bedroom,
livingroom, dinning room, porch
kitchen, beautiful view, central centrally
ly centrally located, cool, quite. Phone,
3-0811.
FOR RENT: Completely fur.
nished apartment, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, large
porch, Venetian blinds, garage,'
hot water, linen, china glass,
ware. Exclusive residential sec section,
tion, section, Bella Vista, $175.- Phone
Balboa 1448. v
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
apartment 'maid's1 room", hot
water, garage. D St. El Cangre Cangre-jo.
jo. Cangre-jo. Rosita House. For informa information
tion information Apt. No.
FOR RENT: Modern and com comfortable
fortable comfortable apartments, one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living-dining room, kit kitchen
chen kitchen and independent bath bath-room.
room. bath-room. $33.00 $38.00. Roosevelt
Monument Avenue. Telephone
3-0068.
FOR RENT: One furnished
bedroom apartment. 1 On Ave.
Peru facing the Park. Tel. 3-
3099 3-0746,
FOR RENT: Apartment, .3
bedrooms, living and dining
room, 2 porches, hot watre,
maid's room, garage. Bella
Vista, Colombia street No. 44--17.
Enquire same building.
Paul Runnestrand
Honorary Refree
For Balboa Relays
Paul M. Runnestrand. executive
secretary for the Panama Canal,
will- be the honorary referee tor
the eighth annual Balboa Relays
on April 5. The big track and
field carnival will take place on
the Balboa' Stadium track, with
some preliminary events and the
field events starting as early ai
6:15. The big competition, howev-
er. will come rigM fier tne open-
ins ceremonies which will start at
7 2 P m
When the Relays were first or
ganized and held as a regular fea feature
ture feature of the track season. Runne
strand served as one of the judg judges
es judges of the finish. He did this for
each vear until he m o v e d to
feh .W
Sharing the spot light of the O--v.
ceremonies along with Run Runnestrand
nestrand Runnestrand will be the Queen of the
Balboa Relays, Dorothy -Anne
iMetzger. She was elected to this
, position by the Bulldog track team
while Linda Jacobs and Marifran Marifran-'ces
'ces Marifran-'ces Tucker were selected to as assist
sist assist the Queen with' her Job of a a-,
, a-, warding the trophies through! the
evenina. All three -girls ara stu
dents at Balboa High, Dorothy-
Anne and Linda being seniors sad
Marifrances a freshman.
i 1 r- -J
I Miss Metzger will officially open
the 1957 during the opening cere ceremonies,
monies, ceremonies, la addition Runnestrand
' will be introduced and he will of
fer a few remarks. A new feature
this year ill be the introduction
of all the defending Champions
who wtil be back W try and re repeat
peat repeat their Balboa Relays victories
of 1956. t ;
The Bulldog Band will be 00
hsnd to furnish mnie for the oc occasion,
casion, occasion, and. by 7:30 the mala
eotrrse, the final IracV-fiel,4 everta,
will be served -up to the fans for
the next two hours.

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: Louisiana Stat
University announces bids open
for 1950 Ford four door Sedan.
See at 2172-A Curundu. Phona
5278.
FOR SALE: 1949 Packard,
excellent condition. Phone 2-17-56,
Balboa C.Z.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Vic Victoria,
toria, Victoria, red and white, Fordorria Fordorria--
- Fordorria-- tic, power brakes and steering,
22,000 miles, excellent condi-
tion, house 0922, Amador Read,
2-2984.
FOR SALE: 1953 Studebaker,
-on owner. Good condition, low
mileage. $650.00. Call 5-521.
FOR SALE: Buiclc 4 doors
$1,300.00 or make offer, 5623-Apt.-C
Diablo, Hts.
FOR SALE: Cadillac, 1956
Hardtop Coupe. 'Likenew' con condition.
dition. condition. Completely equiped. Ph.
86-4113.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth,
1948, 6-cylinder Oldsmobile, Se Sedan.
dan. Sedan. Excellent condition. Bar.
gain prices; Tel. 3-5279.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM XIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co.
for rates and information
. Tel. Panama 2-0552 .,
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' Packet
Shipper
Movers
Phones 2
2451
2 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
' Ridine f Jumping Classes daily
I 3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
I or by appointment.
CHILDREN & OENERAL
DENTISTRY
Dr. R. Eisenmann 1
ft
Dr. C. E. Fabrera
C.Z. Dental-Medical Polyclinic
Tivoll (4 of July) Ave. 21A24
(opposite Ancon School playground)
TeL 2-2011 Panama .
"Slim Your figure down"
BODY REDUCING
McliCvy Machine, Manage
Steam Balb male and female
Medical belts, orth braces.
ORTOPEDIA NACIONAL
. SS A. Jnsta Arosemena S-22IT
Dr. SCHOLL trained Chiropodist
SAN BLAS
EXCURSION
April 14 $17.50 each
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
SERVICE
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St. Louis, Boston
Open NBA Playoffs
Saturday Night
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.' (UP) It
will be the St. Louis Hawks
against the Boston Celtics in the
final round of the National Basket Basketball
ball Basketball Association playoffs, opening
in Boston on Saturday.
The Hawks completed a 3-0
sweep of the Western Division fi finals
nals finals Monday, night when they beat
the Minneapolis Lakers, 143 135,
In a stormy, two overtime tussle
that ended in a protest by the Lak Lakers.
ers. Lakers. The Celtics previously com completed
pleted completed a similar sweep in the east.
The Hawks, who "won the' first
two games of the best-of-fiv west
ern finals on their home court,
were tied with the Lakers, 114-114.
at the end of regulation time and
131-131 at the end of the first over
time. Then they outscored X h e
Lakers, 12-4, in tne second extra
session.
The Lakers' protest stemmed
from tne closing minutes of regu regulation
lation regulation time. They were leading.
114-112. when the clock was set
bock from five seconds remaining
to eight seconds remaining. They
laimed this was an error and
gave Bob PetUt of the Hawks a
chance to drive la for ut tying
basket. p v
Pettit was the Hawks' high' scor scorer
er scorer with 35 points, but individual
game honors" went to rookie Bob
Leonard of the Lakers with 42.
' League officials at the game dis
allowed toe Lakers' protest.
Referee Norm Drucker- had
blown his whistle) when the Lakers
threw the ball in from out of
bounds, but he was overruled by
referee Arnold Heft. When the
Laker threw the ball In again.
Jack Mcmahoa of the Hawks tied
up Chuck Meneei of the Lakers.
The Hawks got the ball and fed
Pettit for the tying basket.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Water heater
for the shower, complete and
installed, $27.50. Phone TRO TRO-P1K
P1K TRO-P1K SHOWER, 3-7357.
FOR SALE: $69.00 buys a
$159.00. 30 gallon glass electric
i water Heater used 4 month.
6349 Los Rios 2-3501.
" FOR SALE: Preferred shares
Cuentas Comerciales at par va
lue $10.00 each 8 per. cent an-
' nual dividend. Call 2-0221 -Ele-
nav f .
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL. CX
Barbara Mclntire
Sets Sights On J
Amateur Tourneys
PINEHURST, N. C. (UP)-Pert
Barbara Mclntire of Toledo, Ohio,
set her signt on the Western
Amateur and the National Ama Amateur
teur Amateur championships today follow following
ing following her triumph In the 55th annual
Women's North and South golf
tournament.
Miss Mclntire won the silver on
her fifth try here with a 3 and 2
win over Mrs. Ann Casey John Johnstone
stone Johnstone of Mason -City, Iowa.
The 22-year-old Ohioan closed
the match against the experienced
Mrs. Johnstone, iour-time 1 o'w a
champ,, on the 16th green. The for former
mer former Rollins coed rolled in a tricky
seven-foot putt for a birdie on the)
long par-five to win the hole on the
strength of two booming fairway
woods
Archie Moore Sure
To Keep Light-Heavy
Crown Until June 7
DETROIT (UP) Ancient Archie
Moore today was assured of keep keeping
ing keeping his light heavyweight crown
until at least June 7 when he
meets the winner of the Chuck
Spieser-Tony Anthony bout here at
Olympia Satdium.
Moore, weighing 210 pounds but
promising the excess will be gone
by June, signed. lor me mie de defense"
fense" defense" Monday one week after
the original deadline fixed by the
National Boxing Assn. and the
New York State Athletic Commis Commission.
sion. Commission. The boxing bodies had threat threatened
ened threatened Archie with loss of his crown
if he didn't sign for a defense by
March 18.
Spiescr, No. 1 contender, meets
third-ranked Anthony at Olympia
April 5.
Yvon Durelle KO's
Sub Clarence Floyd
NEW YORK (UP) Yvon Dur Durelle:
elle: Durelle: the fishine tycoon who wears
Canada's light-heavyweight crown,
said today he would keep three
Canadian fight-dates despite brow
cuts suffered Monday night while
stoDDine C arenee eloyd m ineir
TV bout at St. Nicholas Arena, t
Durelle. who makes money from
his four fishing boats and claims
he fights only "for fun and trav travel,"
el," travel," scored a technical knockout
oyer substitute 1 ioya 01 new
York at 1:14 of the seventn rouna.
A right to the chin had dropped
Floyd earlier in the seventh.
Floyd's left eye was swollen shut.
Yvon. weighing 175 pounds to
Floyd's 167, suffered s slight cut
on his left brow in the first round
and a four-stitch gash in the
fourth.
, GUN CLUB
NOTES
The Pedro Miguel Gun Club
will hold an Introductory Shoot
over its new trap shooting range
on Sunday March 3L
The program win consist ot ue,
following three events:
1st An Olympic style a tar
get eyeoperer.
2nd 25 It yard target.
I4d 25 handicap targets.
There will be a $1 optional en
trance fee on each event which
will be divided, high gun, straight
percentage .Five moneys on over overall
all overall scores. AH ties to subdivide.
The Secfear will also accept
regitratkm fees from all these
shooters who care to Have thev
score registered with the ATA.
CoM drinks will be oa Up. Come
out and limber ap for Our State I
Shoot which u ceauog ia the near
future

la Onu Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo Arosemena Ave. and 33 St FARMACIAi
J Street a FARMACLA "SAS" via Poirai 111 MOVED ADES ATHIS Reside
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Modern floor
lamp, hot water tank (20 gal),
Westinghouse refrigerator, so so-:
: so-: fa bed, gas 3 burner stove,
chest of drawers, oak dining
room table (4 chairs .1 metal, :
1 wooden single bed and mat,
metal dresser and mirror, 3 3-2732.'
2732.' 3-2732.' ; FOR SALE: Baby crib with
; mattress. C I d's wardrobe.
Playpen. Mahogany bedroom
furniture, etc. House 741 -C. En Enterprise
terprise Enterprise Place, Balboa. 9:00 re
12:00 noon.-
FOR SALE: Couch, boaters
and cover. Double Hollywood
bed, inerspring mattress. Phona
Balboa 3676.
FOR SALE: Due to trip. Liv ing
room, i dining 1 room sets.
Kitchen electrical appliances.
Singer sewing machine. Car. 21.
A street house 14 apartment 11 11-B.
B. 11-B. Gary Thompson
Paces Wesl Cagers
To Shrine Game Win
KANSAS CITY. Mo. fUPl-Garv
Thompson, Iowa State's little
guard, helned win another earn
for his coach when he paced the
West to a 64-60's victory over the
East in the annuaPArarat Shrine
all-star classic Monday nicht.
Coach Bill Strannisan of Iowa
State supervised the winners and
f ranir Mcuuire of North Carolina
coached the East team. '.,
Thompson, who was -a second-
team selection on the United Press
All-America, took scoring honors
with 16 and was named "most val
uable player" of the charity game.
111 1... J. w 1. --k ...11.it.
aii America Lenme -nosenoivun
of North Carolina's national
champions led the East with a 14-
point performance. Big Jim Kreos
of Southern Methodist was best re re-bounder
bounder re-bounder with 15 for the West.
The West all-stars 'held a" slim
margin through all but 30 seconds
of the second .half when All-Amer
ica Grady Wallace of South Caro
lina hit a basket to give the East
a 56-55 edge.
Then Krebs hit two fielders and
one three throw and Thompson
stole the ball to make a lay-in to
push the Western team- to a .lead
to the finish.
Handicappers
Readjust Odds
On Federal Hill
HALLANDALE. Fla. (UP) A
world record busting perform performance
ance performance bv Federal Hill forced pro
fessional handicappers to readjust
their figures today for the $100,000
added Florida Derby Saturday1 at
Gulf stream Park.
Until Federal Hill sizzled six and
one-half furlongs in an eye-popping
1:15 flat Monday at Gulfstream,
the Weekend classic shaped up as
a battle between Wheatley Stable's
Bold Ruler and the strong Calu Calumet
met Calumet Farm entry of Barbizon, Gen.
Duke and Iron Liege.
Now Federal Hill must be con considered
sidered considered at least a strong contend contender,
er, contender, and some horsemen even are
touting this brown-son of Cosmic
Bomb as "the horse to beat" In
Florida's final Kentucky Derby
preview. ;
Lawyer Who Topped
Van Doren Tumbled
By Medical Student
NEW YORK (UP) Mrs. Vivi-
enne Nearjng, tne gai wno
knocked off quiz champ Charles
Van Doren, was tumbled herself
Monday night by a lanky young
medical research consulant.
Mrs. Nearing. a blonde attorney
who works for Warner Bros.,, re
tired with $5500 and a grin.
"I only cried when 1 won," she
said after the show. There Were
no tears for my .loss.
Mrs. Nearing, 30. was defeated
on NBC-TV's "Twenty One" by
Henry (Hank) Bloomgarden, a
Cornell graduate who rao his
take on the show to $21,000 be
fore evening's end. He did it by
taking $10,500 from a $18,000 pile
airs. Hearing had built and by
winning another $10,500 from Dr.
Henry Noble MacCrackea, another
contestant on the show.
Bloomgardeb, a carry-over guest
from last week, was leading Mrs.
Nearing Il ls ia the scoring be before
fore before .their play opened' Monday
night. The TV quiz is based rough-1
ly oa the card game, "blackjack."
' Ia their opening round of the
evening, each waa called upon to
answer a question ia the category.
"Woria Ulee," Bloomgarden eor-4
rectly answered a query worth 10
point to give him the top score ot
21 ia the game. Mrs. Nearing
missed 11 point
answer and
saw ber total fall to tero.
That final score. 21-0. meant
J:o.500 to Bloomgarden the dif-
ference ia their eroree multiplied
by 1300 per pomu ue states n ue
Igime,

SERVICES

L. F. GARCIA, first class pia pia-no
no pia-no Tuners and. technician Call
Baldwin Agency. Phones: 3 3-4947,
4947, 3-4947, 3-0672. Edificio Lux, 34th
street, Panama.'
Real Estate
, FOR SALE: Concrete, cot cot-lage,
lage, cot-lage, fully furnished, Santa Cla Clara
ra Clara beach, $2,800. Phona Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, 6-441, Gramlich.
Elvish Toy Pistol
Brash Willi Teener
Apparently Selllled
MEMPHIS (UP) Entertainer
Elvis Presley's "toy pistol'', brush
with a teen-aged Marine appeared
settled today after- a closed meet
ing with a city judge.
The rock. 'n' roll singer said he
had sent a telegram to Marine
Pfc. Hershel Nixon suggesting a
"get-t 0 g e t h er" in the private
chambers of Judge Beverly
Boushe.
Nixon, 18, agreed. As soon ss
Boushe cleared his morning dock docket,.
et,. docket,. Presley and Nixon were sum summoned
moned summoned into his chambers for the
15-minute talk behind closed
doors. r
, "DhT you apologize to Nixon,"
Presley was asked when the meet meeting
ing meeting broke up.
. 'We just got it straightened
out, ".'Presley said.
The Marine s had said Presley
owed him, an apology for brand
ishing inej.nouywooa prop pisioi
last week on a 'downtown street.
Nixon had accosted Presley and
Presley said he thought Nixon
was picking a fight.
Neither Boushe nor Nixon would
discuss the closed meeting.
Nothing happened," Boushe
said.
, Fifteen tninutea of nothing?"
the judge, was asked.
Boushe smiled and walked ou.
Hungarian Family
Can't Make Living
In United Stales
, :' ''' '
H AT.FTfiH N.C (UP) A home
sick Hungarian refugee family
said today it would rather 1 face
possible Communist punishment at
home than starvation and loneli loneliness
ness loneliness in America.
Stephen Hirsch.-his wife, Irene,
and their son, Gabriel, 2. want to
return to Hun?arv where h" be believes
lieves believes he will have a better chance
of supporting his family.
t The Hirsches came over in De De-cembei'
cembei' De-cembei' after fleeing Red Hun Hungary,,
gary,, Hungary,, They settled here In an
apartment with another Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian refugee family. 1
But inability to speax r-ngusn
and a lack of skilled working abil
ity proved, a big obstacle in tne
path of employment for Hirsch.
A trainer for a bicycle racing
team in Hungary, Hirsch finally
found work on a construction proj project,
ect, project, but recent rains hsve resulted
in layoffs. 4 .- .,
Then the other refugee family,
the Julius Kubins. moved to .a
new location nearer North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina State College where Kubins,
a photographer,! isi employed
That left Hirsch -with an 80 a
month Tent bill This week,, water,
as and electricity, bills amount-;
ing -to around 50 were sent the
family.. s I -.
Discouraged with the life which
is far different from tne dreams
they had of America, they asked
to be allowed to return to Hun Hungary.,,
gary.,, Hungary.,, ... :. ?
But. action must be swift. The
amnesty, granting permission for
Hungarian emigrants to return,
will expire March 31.
.LEGAL "NOTICE
. . 1 ; ;
... VNITCD STATM OS AMUICA
Canal Zom
7aH4 StaUa Plstrict Cwrrt tm Tk
, DkrtHH M Ta Cawri tm
. Olrtatonrf Balboa
Herbert B. Daniel. Plaintiff, ts. Disa
Elena Daniel, Defendant. Summons Cam
No- 4MS. CtM Dnckat 21. Actiaa for
Divorce. . .
. Te the above-named defendant
You are hereby required ts appear
and answer ttte eemplatnt tiled la the
abaee entitled action within thirty Says
after the first puelk-ation.
In eaae M yeur failure te so appear
and answer. Judgment win be taken a-
calnat you by default for the relief de
manded Ja the complaint.
Witneaa the Honorable Guthrie T.
trows. Judae. United States Ditrirt
Court for the Dtstrirt of the Canal
Zone, that March M. IPS7.
C T. sfcCatsicaX, tr.
Clark -
ar aara as ta reaa
Chief Deputy Clerk .
Ta Eliaa klane Daniel - j
The foreaotna sun era Is served op
en you- by publication, pursuant the I
order of the Honorable Guthrie I. I
Crowe.- Jodee. United Stales Dt-trtrt
vi.rra n. iss7 ana tntcrad and
lourt mr tne wtrnet oc ane unai &one
f d tn tha artinn In the effiea -of Oie
Cleik of said united states tnstnet
Curt Mnr the Dieiatoa of aalbaa, an
March at 1ST
C T. SScCatwilca. Jr.
Clerk
- -.i T Swra de la rna
- Chief Deputy Clark

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WANTED: T.V. teehnlenans,
1 Excellent opportunity for two J fill -i.T F! A Vnl w
good men. Phone 2-4oH U.S. ?"V4'M M If IV Ml
television tor Interview. s V

Cask Force
HOLLYWOOD. March 27 (UP)
Fashion designer Charles LeMaire
just can't get enthused about
Christian Dior s new -barrel-shaped
look.
"Until now Dior has kept wom women
en women ai thin aa slatx." 1: IMair
said, v
"Now he's put the slats together
and made them into barrels."

House Republicans Launch
New 'Crusade Of Economy

WASHINGTON. March 27 (UP)1!
House Republicans voted unam
mously today to launch a "cru "crusade
sade "crusade of economy!' aimed at slash
ing federal spending and cutting
taxes "as soon as practicable."
The GOP lawmakers acted at a
closed-door conference shortly aft
er President Eisenhower told wr
congressional leaders he would
"welcome cuts in his record 71.8
billion 'dollar; peacetime budget
provided they did not undercut na
tional security. -Senate
Republican Leader .Wil
liam Knowiand (Caiu; tola
newsmen after the two-hour,White
House session that Mr; Eisenhow
er emphasized that- Congress, has
"responsibilities inr budget mat
ters, j- r-'fiirt ..? w
Rep- Charles B. Hoeven (R
Iowa), chairman f the House con
ference, announced its. decision, to
press a "crusade of economy' Vin
all branches of tne leoerai govern government.
ment. government. He said the group set no
target date for a tax cut but
' hoped" it could be made next
year. 1
Naw Economy Drlva
A resolution adopted by the
group deplored the "continued
higr rate of federal spending. It
called for a new economy drive, a
balanced budget. a reduction in
the national debt, and when prac
ticable, the tax cut
The resolution atated that GOP
House members believed a ''sharp
reduction is essential in the high
level of federal government spend
ing."
House Republican Leader Jo Joseph
seph Joseph W. Martin Jr. (Mass) said,
however, that GOP lawmakers
had no intention of jeopardizing
"legitimate, important" federal
services. But he said a search
will be made for possible econom
ies throughout the government.
Knowlana expressed hope after
tne wnite House session that exec
utive agencies will review their
proposed budgets with an eye to
"postponing some nroerams.
Treasury Secretary George M.
Humphrey and Budget Director
Percival Brundage also attended
the meeting.
Financial Survey
The congressional leaders also
discussed with Mr. Eisenhower the
appointment of a commission to
survey the nation's financial struc
ture. Martin and Knowland said
they agreed it would be in. the

Increase Tourist Facilities
At Fisherman's Paradise

(PA-O Lake- Tota in Colom
bla, already internationally fa
mous as a fisherman's paradise,
is growing steadily as a vaca
tlon. center for residents of
bther South American countries
as well as the United States,
according to Avlanca. Colom
bian National Airways.: .
Located high in a mountain
basin in the Andes, Lake Tota
is In the Department of Boyaca
and easily reached from Bogo Bogota,
ta, Bogota, capital of Colombia. Avlan
ca operates three weekly xxug-
las four engines flights from
Panama to Bogota via.Medel-
lln. : -
While. Lake ToU Is full of
fighting .king-sized trout, its
beauty alone is worth .the trip.
Ttsre are several good hotels
and guest houses on the lake
which has beautiful beaches
and many romantic Islets. The
snow- capped Andes form a
breath-taking backdrop.
Recently the Hotel Termales,
with Its famous -health baths,
was redecorated at considerable
expense. The hotel has also
started construction of a man-
made lake to be used exclusive;
ly for water sports. About ibo
ce&

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WANTED:: Interostod tn auN auN-chase
chase auN-chase of good used chronome chronometer
ter chronometer and sextant. Call Wally
' Pearson Navy 2292.
Motorcycles'
FOR SALE: Motorcycles In In-dian
dian In-dian Junior Scout 500 c.c. Harv
( lay Dividson 74 OHV 194 can
1 bo soon at Apf R-f-S-D Rous Rous-1
1 Rous-1 saau Canal Zone.,
"public interest" to have -wider
representation on the commission
than would be provided for in a
pending House bill.
' ..' .... "' K i". '"... ' .!" .'-J
" The measure, introduced by
Rep. Wright Patman (D-Tex),
would limit the ctunmission- to
members 01 his Banking and Cur Currency
rency Currency Committee. :s
: Martin and Knowland ssid fht
group also discussed with Mr. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower the outlook for congres congressional
sional congressional actipn on the President's
civil rights proposals.,:
;-V'rt-r? vr'-f; .;'
' Knowland said the leaders hoped
the legislation could be approved
by the Senate Judiciary Commit
tee next Week so- floor debate
could begin before the East recess
Aprd 18. y , -,f
Martin said actiofl in the Housa
civil rights bill before the JSaster
recess will depend on the. Demo Demo-eraUc
eraUc Demo-eraUc 7 leadership in the House
Rules Committee.- He ssid 12
members of the, rules .group favor
early: action on the bilL It already
has .been approved bjrvtha Judic
lary Committee,
Commander Mum
On Duke Of Kent's
Party Escapade
CATTERICK CAMP, England,
March 27 (UP) -Lt. Col. A. W.
Lewij commander of 4t Royal
ScoH Crevs. maustifred a black
out tod if on the rest Its of his in inquiry
quiry inquiry iiitn a- party : at which the
Duke of Kent and fellow-officers
allegedly:
Played leapfrog across a bar.
Showerd each other with notata
chips. . ;.
Used martini glasses ss foot
balls.
Tried to dance with the bar-
toaid.
Lewis launched his investigation
last week after a complaint from
the barmaid, Mrs. Doreen Pocock
of the Royal Hotel in nearbv Dar
lington.
Adjutant Capt. J.C. Walton said:
Colonel Lewis realizes his ailenra
can be open to misinterpretation
but he hasn't anything to say.
don't know when ha will have.
I
acres of hotel property ara to
be flooded. Radioactivity of the
health waters for the special
baths has been measured at 23
per cent, while the famous
Vichy baths of Franca contain
only 18 percent
.. v -'-c -wo.. -'
En route to Lake Tota by car
or train, one passes near the
famous Colombian steel mill at
Pas del Rio and through Soga Soga-moso,
moso, Soga-moso, where the finest ruanas
(ponchos) are-made. On the
other side of 'tht mountains
which surround Lake Tota, be begin
gin begin the Llanos Orientales the
eastern plains which run Tight
into and through Venezuela.
The Department of Boyaca
has many interesting landmarks
dating back to the time of the
Spanish Conquistadores and
Colombia's war of independence
from Spain. They .located In
Plsvsu Paipe Gamezau Topaaa.
Bonza, Pantano de Vargas, Tun-
la. Puente de Boyaca, and Ven Ven-taquemada.
taquemada. Ven-taquemada. In addition, the
tourist will find magnificent
sanctuaries offered "to the Vir Virgin
gin Virgin Mary, of -which the Colom Colombian
bian Colombian peopl eare very proud.
CENTRAL AVE.
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President Planning Florida Vacation Next Month:
Nixon May Join Him There In Convalescent Role

WASHINGTON, March 27 pending on developments in the
(UP) President Eisenhower is meantime and also possible

considering a Florida vacation changes in his condition. How

novt month to shake oil tne

stubborn remnants of his trou troublesome
blesome troublesome coueh. it was learned

today from highly-placed Gov
eminent sources,
tfvact date and location of th

; PrpaiHent's soiourn have not

been determined. However, the
idea was described as definitely
"in the works."
' Because of other commit commitments,
ments, commitments, it was predicted the
president might depart either a-
round Apru 9 or Apni is, de-

Engineering Div.'s
R. D. Quintero Gets
Light Assignment
Rubelio D. Quintero, supervis supervisory
ory supervisory electrical engineer in the
Engineering Division, will leave
this weekend by plane for Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, Ohio, where he will attend
a conference on lighting.
'The meeting, formally known
as the Advanced Lighting Appli Application
cation Application Conference, is sponsored
by the General Electric Compa Company
ny Company and will be held between A A-prll
prll A-prll 1-5 at the Company's Light Lighting
ing Lighting institute at Nela Park in
Cleveland.:
Quintero is a gradaute In
electrical engineering of the
University of Southern Califor California.
nia. California. He has been employed in the
Engineering Division since octo octo-,ber,
,ber, octo-,ber, 1940, primarily on such de design
sign design work as lighting, traffic
.light systems,, power distribution
systems, eto.

long he would remain1 in the

balmy, semi-tropical warmth of
the southernmost state would

depend on many factors.
If the president left around
April 9, it appeared possible
Florida might briefly be the
temporary home of the nation's
top two elected officials at the
same time.
Vice president Richard M.
Nixon also reportedly has been

considering a brief sojourn in
Florida to chase off the final
traces of an influenza attack
that plagued him throughout his
repent African tour and -sent
him to Walter Reed Army Hos

pital here briefly last weekend.

Mr. Eisennower win nave a
chance to comment on his plans
and state of his health a( a news
conference today.
He also undoubtedly will
be asked about other ton issues

including; the recent Bermuda

conference and the sensational

Senate Rackets Inquiry.

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Low 77 79
HUMIDITY:
High 94 94
Low 48 72
WIND:
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RAIN, (inches) 0 .01

WATER TEMP.:
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HIGH
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2:21 p.m.

LOW
9:06 a.m.
8:33 p.m.

Senator Says U. S.

Developing Belter
Guided Missile
WASHINGTON, March 27 (UP)
Chairman Richard B. Russell

of the Senate Armed Services
Committee said today he thinks a

solution is "very imminent" to

the U.S. development of a satis

lactory intermediate range mis

sile.

The Georgia Democrat said the
Pentagon has not ordered the

stopping of work completely in ei

ther the Army's "Jupiter" missile
or the ain force's "Thor" because
it hopes to combine the best fea

tures of the two into a better wea
pon.

The armed Services Committee

was briefed yesterday by Secreta

ry of Defense Charles E. Wilson

and Adm. Arthur W. Radford,

chairman of the Joint Chiefs of

Staff, about the defense program

in general. Wilson and Radford

were questioned at length about
the missiles program.
Russell told newsmen that Wil

son "indicated he was tryjng to
salvage the best developments of
the two." He said "that is why he
has not ordered the stoppage of

either."

Russell also praised all the

principal figures in the shakeup

of the top command at the Penta Pentagon.
gon. Pentagon.
He said he thought Air Force
Gen. Nathan F. Twining, newly newly-named
named newly-named chairman of the joint
Chiefs of Staff, and Donald A.
Qaurles, nominated for deputy Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Defense, were "Very ca

pable men and will servo their

country well."

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RETURN FROM BERMUDA President Elsenhower and Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles (rear) leave their plane in
Washington after returning from top-level talks with British
Prime Minister Macmillan In Bermuda.
Russia's Threats Against US Allies
Branded Indefensible By President

LONDON. March 27 (UP)

Dr. John Bodkin Adams, bought
a new automobile while av waiting
trial for murder that could put
him behind bars for life, it was
reported today. ; ;
A garage owner in Eastbourne,
Adams' hometownj said the phy physician
sician physician bought a new Morris car
and had it painted gray to
match a Rolls-Royce he received
from the estate, of Mrs., Edith
Morrell.
The garage-owner, Reginald
Matthews, said the painting
was completed last Saturday
and the doctor "sa d he ex expected
pected expected to be taking a long trip
in the ear soon.".

The disclosure came as the
prosecution's case against Adams

entered its final stages today
with the calling of expert medi medical
cal medical evidence on the death of

Mrs. Morrell,

Adams is accused of killing

the rich 81-year-old widow to
get the Rolls-Royce and a chest

of silver. ; -s

Dr. Ronald Harris, who. treat treated
ed treated Mrs. Morrell when Adams
went on a holiday a couple of
months before her death, tes testified
tified testified yes terday that the
much-discussed "special injec injections"
tions" injections" used on her by Adams
were, as far as he knew, mere merely
ly merely a vitamin preparation.

The prosecution has sought to

bring out tney never were com

pletely identified because they

were probably narcotics.

Harris, a partner of Adams,

said also that since Mrs, Morrell
had suffered one stroke it was

important to keep her as quiet

as possible. : v:

He agreed with derense coun

sel that Adams used the tvoe of

seaauon he .tnougnt necessary
and was able to keep her condi

tion "stationary" lor many

months.

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HIT BY SPRING BLIZZARD Cars and trucks battle their way along "a highway 'hear Ama,
rillo, Tex., as avspring blizzard lashes the western plains, Amarillo was cut off from the out-'
side world and undreds of persons were stranded In the Texas Panhandle. Many roads were
blocked as winds tip to 70 miles per hour piled the snow in six foot drifts. -

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WASHINGTON, March 27 (UP)

President Eisenhower today

branded as completely indefensi indefensible
ble indefensible Russia's recent threats a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Norway, Japan and other
U.S. allies.
He told his news conference that
all nations have the right to take

whatever measures they believe
to be necessary to protect themselves.

The President made the remark

when asked what he thought of

such recent Russian statements
as Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulga Bulga-nin's
nin's Bulga-nin's warning to Norway that she
would pay dearly if she allowed
her territory to be used as a base

against the Soviet Union.

He said he felt there were no

grounds for the statements refer

red to and they were completely
indefensible.

He added that the Russians had

made similar threats when he took

over as Commander of the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization in
Europe. Norway is a member of

NATO.

weekday price to 10 cents were
three New York d a i 1 i e s the

World Telegram and Sun,

Scrippi-Howard paper; the Jour

nal-American, a Hearst paper:

and the Post. All are afternoon

papers. New York s two morning

tabloids, the Daily Mirror and the

Dauv News, both raised their

The President told newsmen on prices this week from four cents

iother foreign policy develop-to five cents. The Wall Street
men's. The movement of Saudi I Journal has been ten cents for

Arabian troops to the shores of ; some time.

slonable material for nuclear war warheads.
heads. warheads. The British, for example,
already are producing their own.

42 US Newspapers
How Cost Ten Cents
'NEW YORK, March 26 (UP)
At 1 e a 1 1 42 newspapers in the
States now e h a r t 10 cents a

copy, the American Newspaper

Publishers Assn. said today. -This
figure includes three New

York papers which raised -their
weekday price from five to 10
cents this month. ANPA said at
least nine papers across the coun

try have gone to ten cents in the

Little League

past 12 months.

The most recent to raise tht Laughlin, of Balboa; and

Gulf of Aqaba may not have any
great bearng on Israeli shipping
through th narrow waterway. The
actual passage of ships through
the Strait of Tiran is much closer
to the Egyptian shore which is
controlled by United Natiom forc forces.
es. forces. Plans to supply guided missiles
toBritain and perhaps other na nations
tions nations do not mean any big new in increase
crease increase in U.S. production of fis-

Other papers which ANPA' said

have raised prices to 10 cents :n
the past year include the Palm
Beach News, the Phoenix Repub Republic
lic Republic and Gazette, the Henry etta,
Okla.. Free Lance, the McMinn McMinn-ville,
ville, McMinn-ville, Ore., News Register, and
the San Luis Obispo,. Calif., Tele Telegram
gram Telegram Tribune.
A number of major California
newspapers have been charging
10 cents a weekday copy for sev several
eral several years

Girl51oys7
The girls outnumbered the
boys at Oorgas Hospital accord according
ing according to the. regular hospital re report
port report for the week ending March
24. During that period, 13 girls
and seven boys were born. One

hundred and ninety -patients

were admitted and 161 were ais
charted.

The names and addresses of

the parents of the girl babies
follow: Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Col

lins, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. Martinez, of Panama

City; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lan Lan-dreth,
dreth, Lan-dreth, of Oamboa; Mr. and Mrs.

M. S. Kelleher, of Diablo

Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Bl TheoK TheoK-tlsto,
tlsto, TheoK-tlsto, of Panama City; Mr. and

Mrs. K. W. Bohan, of Quarry
Heights: S-Sgt. : and Mrs. M.

Nunes, of Pedro Miguel; Mr. and
Mrs. O. F. Sumner, of Panama
City; Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Davis,
of Fort Kobbe, Mr. and Mrs. J.

A. Bostlck, of Fort Kobbe; Mr,
and Mrs. L, O. Burke, of Pana Panama
ma Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Mc-

MP.

John Smith
May Replace
Davy Crockett

Twining Made Top Man As Eisenhower
Reshuffles' Military High Command

WASHINGTON (UP) Capt.
John Smith of Pocahontas and
.Tamecrnwn fam, ic hiHrimcr far a

tnn snnt in thn small frv hall nf high iCOmmand

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WASHINGTON, March. 27 (UP)
President Eisenhower.' in a

wholesale reshuffle of the military

today nominated

heroes. ; jOen. Nathan F. Twining, Air

He may even turrt out' to be i orce i cniet of stati, to be the

bigger than Davy Crockett. 1 next chairman of the Joint Chiefs

Tens of thousands of small 'ry,auii- . -
harama onnfirmarl Tont Tnhn Twining Will SUCCfterf Adm. Ar-

diets during the last four daysthu'' W, Radfortf who steps down

wnile swarmintf over reDllcas of u. jo aner iwq consecutive two

the three ships that brought himiyear terms in the nation's top tnil-

and the first permanent Englis.1 post, iwming nas neaaea

settlers to Virelnia in 1607. .W Air force since 1953.

Th thr littin sailing ahins1 The President nominated Air

he Susan Constant Godspeed and Jorce Secretary Donald : A.

Discovery were t o w e d into wuanes w oe ueputy secretary m

Washington channel from Norfolk. I aerense. He would succeed Reu-

Va., last week for their, first big benB, Robertson Jrvwhft' r
nnhliff chnwinir Thev honrfpH hnclr signed. effective April 25jv K

today for the opening April :! of

ihe 350th anniversary celebration

of the founding of Jamestown.

Harbor police estimated a halfr

million children and adults come

and red striped ships : r i d i n g

quietly beneath the ancient flags

oi bt.s tjeorge and St;;- Andrew.

There have been persistent re

ports that D ef en s e.. Secretary

unaries js, wuson will yesign later
this year and lhat; Quarles, a' bril brilliant
liant brilliant engineer scientist, will' be

to the waterside to see the vellow tnamed to succeed him.

met Allied Commander in Europe
who recently became president, of :

Police said a total of about 50,000 the American Red Cross, also has

mosny ago z to 15 boarded the Deen mentioned as a possl&le sue-1
Susan Constant which was tied tolcessor to Wilson. '; s; .-. ,;.4l

a teMewary dock : ; i The Defense Department -reshuf-fie and, 4il Jtl3?A,;: ?v. Ti':;

fie resulted in these other- nom nom-mationsi.
mationsi. nom-mationsi. j
James H. Douglas, now Air
Force undersecretary, to succeed
Quarles as secretary.
Gen. Thomas B.- White, Air
Force Vice Chief of Staff since
1953, to 'succeed Twining, as Chief
of Staff,
, Adm. Arleigh A,' Burke iqr re
appointment to a second two-year
term as chief of naval operations.
Gen. MaxweU;vD,iTaylor, now
chief of Staff, t was the only top
service chief unaffected by the
shuffle. His term does not expire

until June .19, 1959. ' i

Twining, a 59-year-old native

of Monroe; Wis. ; will he tie first

Air orce omcer to serve as
chairman' of' the Joint Chiefs of

Staff sinee the post 'was created ; ;

in 1947. previous cnairmen na ve
been. Radford ahdik Army Gen.',

Omar;'NBradley. :f ;, ;

3 Twining, a 1919 ? graduate ? of

West Point, ; has served as Air
Force chief of staff since June

30, 1953. He previously served as

vice chief of staff since 1950. Dur

ing World War II.' he was with

the Army Air force in the Paei-

BELLA' VISTA

and Mrs. R. D. Williams, of Co-

coll.
Boys were born to the follow following:
ing: following: Mr. and Mrs, R. W.Wheeler.
of Balboa; S-Sgt and Mrs. E. P.
Hernandez, of Pedro Miguel;
Mr. and 'Mrs. M. S. Henry, of
Paralso; Lt and Mrs. f. R

James, of Fort Kobbe; Mr., and
Mrs. R. D. Meehan, of Panama
City: Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Rho-

den, of Panama City; and Sgt.
and Mrs. R. J. McManus,. of

Panama.

Buffs

RAMONA. Calif.. March 27

(UP) Sun worshippers put their

clothes on today when things got
too hot at the Camp Samagatuna
nudist colony. k

The reverse fashion trend was

caused by a brush fire and the

arrival of firemen. m'

Virginia Governor Challenger To xRun
On Platform Backing School Integration

YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY decided that a companion decision

Marco zi (Lir wv. i nomas b. issued by the Supreme Court had

Stanley of Virginia and State Sen. the effect of strengthening their
Ted. Dalton, a Republican whoiStates pupil-assignment plan by

aeany oeieaied mm in lau.

are

locked in a heated controversy

ever the possibility of "a little in

tegration" in state schools.
Stanley, a Democrat who pre prefers
fers prefers having no public scnoolt to
haviat 'avwi itH krtofratian,
criticiz Daltow for vrginy that
Virtmia k its cna4 "at
wh at ptt!bl, but by til
RtHMb lrtp thm BubHc schMtt,"

Their dispute was sharpened by

a U.S. Supreme Court decision, is

sued Monday, upholding lower-

couft integration orders for two
Virginia school system.
Stanley charged that Dallon's
statement is subject to n!y oe
interpretation be is willing to ac accept
cept accept integration,' and challenged
Dalton to rua for Governor oa Such

a platform.

which h bopea to keep schools teg

recated.

Gov. Luther H. Hodges said the

decision was a further vindlca

Uon" of the pupil-assignment law
and also made it unlikely that any

further legislation will be needed to

safeguard school segregation. 4
In Jackson. Miss., t o m e 125

members of the Negro Progressive

Voters League last night formally

demanded that the city hire negro

as well as whits policemen, firs-

men, bus snd truck drivers.
The city commission had stated
ia advance that it will not comply.
Mayor Alton Tbompaon told th
rwsroot that b favor the pria

slon of anti-Negro feeling had been
found planted the previous night in
front of a Negro Catholie Church
ia Jackson.' Police said this prob probably
ably probably was a "teenage prank," how however.
ever. however. In other developments: -, 7"
Segregationist Asa E. (Ace)
Carter was slated to go on trial
in Recorder's Court in Birming Birming-ham,
ham, Birming-ham, Ala., in connection with a
scuffle with city detectives. The

trial has been postponed three

times.
An attorney for Mrs. Autherlne

Lucy Foster, first Negro ever to
enter the University of Alabama,
yesterday officially withdrew her
federal auH for read mission. She
plans to enter the University of

Texas instead.

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cipto of city m- I The South Carolina Senste yes-

soar an watrs natgnoamaM jt'rday approved snd Sent to the
prahibitt atomd te st this time. j House s bill which would give the
Police reported s small blazins Governor tweeoinc noliee oowert

is North Carolina, state officials cross, traditional lawless expres-'foc controlling racial disorders.

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