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famy On Zone, Getting Out
Of: Animal Repair Business :
. Dogs, cats and
- taivo iiiv euior wuoj rriii nag w wry uoir uvuuwi io a
,H' panama;C&nah veterinarian or, to one in -tht Republic
The "Army has confirmed that today.'! the final day
' of operation for its 'Smalt Animal Clinic at Ft. Clayton.
:'' Hi1 .Tills: clinio and a smaller on at Ft.: Davis are being
prosed officially as of March
mam or rmy, jn move n coverea wj vnsngs wihw i--AR
4-0, dated Ajig. 6,, 1956, which applies, throughout
'tbi.Army.i . V? :'
Both clinic's tiad bn in
March 29 (UP1 "Egypt
threw nnen th 'Suei Canal to largl
ships today before the west eoum ed facilities lor a lull veterinary
organize opposition to 'President' service, including quarantine,
amat Abdel Nasser's ''to money ;r i -
w ni .passage''' termst The Cahal ftfd today that it
Fleveff ocean-going ships: r'ined. i was making no plans for adH
up, t' Suez to move .north today ur.r. tions t the Corozal or Cr'sto-
the first convoy io iransii ma ca'
al siricc It was olouKea annostavef
months ago Dy4t wrecaea smpi
Egypt demanded and reetlved
-du iKiw ell Mptain
. f through the canal Those today
I wr Russian, Romania, Grjak,
" ilxtf and Italian.' w -f v
. 1 Tha largest ship clearing the can
al today was the Russian freighter
: a: Ismail, about 9,000 tons. ; '
'i'tiM Knov 1 snii Aiirnnruv a nn.
, nouneemen sam ine wvoiwy wb
' pen tto. ships of any tonnage"
nrovided the beam does not exceed
. aoo left ana uie ursii co.d ieei.
' ': .ttimd sources said this would mean
Snips "01 BUOUI.. H,UW WI1B. 1 --
, Only xne wreck, the frigate A--
kukir; still lies in Sues Harbor,
" and U.N. salvage chief Lt Q e n.
j l in 1 ; j .ku.
jvavnioiiu rruccici iuu biuus uu
, ta 20,000 tons can squeeze past iW
- -Until today only 4,000-ton .ships
have passed through, t:
' Ths canal is xpcUd to ba
pan (for .larger ships within th.
. ; naxt- few days after pilots and
ether-canal employes have prae prae--
- prae-- leed handling, smaller vesiels
' with the present navigational fa-
the great majority of tankers: ear.
hi ally, use the canaL )
US I A Competition
unroir 10 f ress,
IddhoSolon Says (
'-WASHINGTON, March 29 (UP)
..Sea. Hennr C. nvnnhik ot.
da.) called today for a complete
.."overhauling and reappaisap of
the United States Information A-
gency, especially its overseas news
.. Pworshak told a' special senate
committee on foreign aid that the
.- agency in effect la comoetinc with
, American wire services abroad.
He said its "wire bullentin Is en en-tirely
tirely en-tirely too much like the product of
an American press association..
. .The Idaho Republican said the
government" agency should get
,.'om oi ine ores association bui bui-.
. bui-. pess and rely more oa "the estab estab-,
, estab-, hshed priva e wires ervires.
. : However, Dworshak did not sd-
. !! II .11 M.I n. I 4 y
PM BoatClub; ;
emine; room t -th, p..
. dro Miguel Boat Club Is reopen--Ing
today, a club official dis disclosed.
closed. disclosed. v '
Service of frwvl hut Hn
-tended for the past 10' days
"While the management routed
tip a new cook, he revealed.
. Food Is served dally from
.m. nntll 10 p.m.
' tst-. .-' 'mun'll. Mary mrr.keys or mar-
J,"-.DETS JOINTS. March ftPM irosets ere a'.M brought to
Tni 'LtrterJL. Soott. H wg n re tim for treatment
of double embarrement whn be
-s tripped up by an elec'.rfwic; Beicies the facilities at Corc Corc-speei
speei Corc-speei ieecnr and filed IS st ?L tte Armv pointed out that
Zf'Zl 1- i''(r re njmbr ef civilian
.n i S:b!e" Po'ic" chief ani r urcr.arians ta Panama City
k "c'ronic speed detectors us ho may also provide tare for
the side, the pU of area famUes.
in ;- n'
coati-mundia on military posts who
31 as. directed by trje Depart'.'
operation for many years.
4I f v M t- t f
They had been, operated by
the Army'i veterinary staff as a
courtesy service. The clinics
charged prices wnicn inciuaea
only the cost of medicine and
other suddUbs. Hence the fees
for military families.. were' nomi
Canal prices,,' which include
the cost of the veterinary staff's
salaries, plus overhead and the
cost of maintaining the veterin veterinary
ary veterinary hospitals at Corozal and
Cristobal, are distinctly, higher.
The Army has never maintain-
- ...? nai veierinary centers, om ex
necti to he? able to handle .the
expected : influx of damaged
-paws, .worms, distemper and
anti-rabies shots, ;
Military 'famines ; who (have
been paying 25 cepU for a pet's
f rabies shot w required once a
: year on military posts will
the ranal S2
t. , i
DLstemper hepatitis vaccina
4-1 .ui.i. ut
are $3 -with f the Canal.
takes three to be ef fee
nor,1 -a ;ni',M
board out at SO cents a day
with the- Army, will find the
hotel tariff 1 a night with the
Today th Army emphasized
that the difference In price was
explained entirely by the fact
that the Small Animals Clinic
at Clayton was operated as a
military courtesy. : ;
WhlW to military families the!
change means using the veter-
lc's closing means for the 'men
who operated It the ending- of
work, in which they took much
pride. v 4
; The staff will continue In Its
- major mission' of assuring
" sanitary food for military se.
Capt. James L. Stone, who has
been a veterinarian for the. Ft.
Clayton clinic since February,
1958, said all of the members of
the Veterinary Corps were sorry
to see the clinic close.
"We prided ourselves In the
services rendered," he said.
CoL J. B. Nichols is chief of
the veterinarian service ln VS.
Army Caribbean. .
Stone was assisted in the op
eration of the clinic by Spa Ar-J
tnur w. Braun, smau animai
JmedirRi technician. ;-v
' Tt-e average number of an
imal rotients primarily pets
f r ..tary familieshandled
by i e clin'e was IZi month monthly.
ly. monthly. This did not Include the
stravs, those quarantined, the
snrj ry patieuts, or those re
"eeivinc rabies vacclnatlona.
The clinic averaged 92 Tables
vaccinations eacn montn. Tne
clinic at Fort Davis was primar primarily
ily primarily handling vaccinations and
was not equipped to perform
surgery and provide extended
care for the small animals. ;.
Beside eartnr for
eats and the ether domestic
prtg of the military f am,' lies la
(He arts, the clinic aise cared
for the animals kept by the
Junrle Warfare Training Cen Center
ter Center at Fort Sherman.
. Store said there were
anima's kept as pets by the mili military
tary military families of the Canal Zone.
The most unumal brought to
V I. I.--.- V... ..I
HONORED AT REVIEW Panftnii President Ernesto d lk .Ouardla Jr. (second front right)
delivers a brief address at a military review sponsored, by the. Caribbean Command in ti
honor. Shown tyith the President are:,-(I to- r) Canal Zone Gov. William E. Potter, MaJ. Oen,'
Truman H. Landon, commander of the Caribbean Air "Command; Ma, Gen. Thomas L. Har- y
rold, commanding general, vAvaif-Caribbean; '! Adm.J. Clarence Z- U Atkeson Jr., com-,
mandant 15th Naval District. -, ) t (Official Military Photo)
Panana Pre:; J:nt
President7 Ernest de Ta Guardia",.
Jr. of Panama wss honored to-
dayrfcy the" CiiivI.v aft. Ommad
with a jnassive military review at
Albrook Air. Force Base, j
'Approximately. 8,00tt p e op t e
watched the affair, termed as
"Symbolic of the. friendship, mil.
tual respect and cooperation of
the people of the Republic of Pa
'nam a and the United Mates' by
Lt. den. Kooert M. wontague, com commander
mander commander in chief. , '-
, 'The hour-long review, was a
panorama of m tilt a r yi man,
ianksr gun and "planes of the;
four-U.S. military services in the
Cant Zone. .-irji
Navy, v Air
Force and Marine Corps personnel
participated htt h e ceremonies
which included a parade past the
reviewing ; stancT in ". which the
President,- Montague, Gov. i W i 1 1-liam
liam 1-liam E. Potter and component
commanders were standing.
Curing the course his speech of
greexuig w tne iresiaent Monta Montague
gue Montague 'said:., i ..v ;, j ;
"The close -feeling 'exist not
only here on the Isthmus of Pane-.
ma, but throughout the world; the
spirit of cooperation, of. our two
great nations has become an ex-,
ample to all other countries in the
conduct of international affairs.'
the Chief Executive
declared in part: "Allow me to
express the sincere hope that the
spirit of cooperation between the
two countries, which according to
you (Montague) nas Become an ex example
ample example of the conduct of interna international
tional international relations, will always be
presided over by suchf understand
ing, generosity and nobility by
virtue of which the defense of hn
man dignity and -the hisrh idea'
of democracy and peace w h i c 1
your great nation represents, find
us together and united."
Picture Of Ngvv York -Negro' Assassin'
Identified As Photo Of Coldn esideni
A phetegraph submifted fc
local attern as that ef a "Naw
York Negro" whe was on ef
the two men whe esasinatd
Prescient Jose A. Raman, was
Identified by e Colon resident
yesterday as his picture.
.Colon resident Hamilton Hernan Hernandez
dez Hernandez showed up at Colon police
beaoouarters yesterday after see
ing his picture in th tabloid dai daily
ly daily El Dia. which identified the
rnaa In the picture a William
ampoeu, a rrw ion .cgro wdo
had aided Adolf o Hits a white
Donald Kirby and
Mrs. Will: am
M'T)hy like to do thirrj tgethT.
They were piayirg bridge wth
ltteir husbands ha both were
taken to a bMpfial where Ihey.belonptr.i to the New York Keero
Save birth to daughters.
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY,
As Camel-Mounted Messengers Gallop
Info Iranian Hills Vith
TEHERAN, Iran, March J9,
from the wild country southeast
wife oi a, slain American official
ed by bandits and there is
aUve, v (. t h 1 i j
. U.S. Point Four chief Clark Gregory, director ef the search,
reported by telephone from Zahedan that Mrs. Anita Carroll
was no longer with four fleeinr
another American and two Iranians In an ambush last Sunday.
"There Is only a 50-50 chance she la still alive, be said.
Messengers on camels bad ear earlier
lier earlier galloped into the remote Balu
chistan mountain Region with t at-
fers of ransom for the safe' re
lease or Mrs, carrau. v :
- Officials reported that the kid
napers of the American' woman
were fleeing toward .tne, raxisian
border,'- ? '; k
j A.airsi uuiciu i iiaiuau iciuiu
said the warrior bandits who seiz
ed the orettv Issaauah. W a h.,
blonde. atUl had hot reached ; the
frontier;;- f ' f v i
J Time was of the essence lest the
kidnapers cross the border and
ll trap of the American woman
vanish as in the Peter W 1 n a n t
t Wlnant. a nephew of i the. late
ambassador to Great Britain, John
G. Winant vanished with, his fian fiancee
cee fiancee last June on the. nearby Af Af-gH
gH Af-gH nistan side of the vast Balu Balu-ch
ch Balu-ch an desert masst while travel traveling
ing traveling fowsrd Iran:' ' v.(
t trace ef thf ., couple nas
b.a found and h Is- fee red
Nets Soldier Fine ?
1 Reckless driving on pruja
Road meant a $15 fine in Bal-
i Magistrate's Court when
-!d Lee Bird, 21, an Ameri-
' soldier, was tried today.
...s tecklessness ..' caused an
axcidept, -- -' i
New Yorker; in tbe'Jan.' '2, 1955
staying, aceoraing to a s w o r n
statement submitted by Panama
City attorney Nicolas C. Peres.
Peres had presented the pic
ture, along with a request for Pa
namanian citizenship papers (cedu-
ia). allegedly belonging to Camp
bell who, Perez said, was bora In
ransma but had been Irvine in
the Inited States for some time."
Hernandez showed Colon Police
Chief Pastor Ramos his .ceduls
with the same photograph which
bad appeared io El Dia.
lit later volunteered to come to
Panama City, where be made a
sworn statement before municipal
attorney Federieo Carcheii.
Hcmagdex citizenship papers
shewed that he wa bore i
Scot. 72, IfM and eubmitted bis
rfeit for a ceduls e Oct. 14,
The citizenship request aUeeedly
atsassio, was dated Merck 24,
MARCH 29, 1937
ii ii m .if ii. iii ii ii i il mi i I J ,L 4 r iFty IMS! u Ti i
- Fpr! $ahditsv
w r j
(UD-A US. official -reported
of here today, that the missing
apparently had been abandon
only fifty fifty chance" she is
bandits who killed her husband,
tribesmen killed young Winant
and kidnaped v his..- companion,
Mls Gonnar Cunniion, of Swe Sweden.
den. Sweden. lifV-'-BVrf
The case "bore i close parallel
io ine carroa amousn. i
This border lies'only 125 'miles
Cast of Irinshahr. where M r s.
Carroll was kidnaped and her hus
band. Kevin Carroll, of Issaquah,
and Brewster. A. Wilson, of Port-
japa, ure' were siain.. :
But eight ridges of mountains
ranging up to 5000 feet in ..height
lie across the apparent escape
Laundry Tub Lair
Leads To Jail Rap 1
Being found hidinsr under the
laundry tubs In the Carport at
quarters 612, Ancon, was unfor unfortunate
tunate unfortunate for Julio Santamaria, 17,
Panamanian. v i
The youth was sentenced to 20
days In Jail for loitering when
his presence there was aired in
Balboa Magistrate's Court.
Off The Cent
. -"- --. v
NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fls
March 29 (UP) w-A difference' of
one cent cost two Insurance com
panies aa important contract to
day. The two firms submitted I I-dentJcal
dentJcal I-dentJcal bids of $6,286 43 one
cent leu than the successful bid.
1857. and gave Campbell's date of
mrtn as vtc. e, 1915. .
- Peres bad declared that' Camp Campbell
bell Campbell and Hans came to Panama
with Panamanian passports, which
Campbell had said were being
una oj uie u.a. cmoassy fiere.
An Embassy spokesman dent dented
ed dented any knewtedge ef either ef
the two men. v -The
Secret Police also reoorted
having no knowledge ef the where
abouts of the two men Peres said
are the killers of President Re Re-mon.
Fires Of Ambition
LONS, Mich.. March (UPV ;
George McQuillan, 20, couldn t be
come a firemaa so he became. a
fire bug. .''
- McQuillan told police be became'
angry when turned down by tie
volunteer fire department so he
set tire te two barns,
STRICT POLICE vigilance is be
ing kept over the files in the office
of the late Pr, Jose N.. Lasso de la
Vega, who died Wednesday morn morning
ing morning in a traffic accident.
; According to the. tabloid El Dia,
Secret Police Chief Hector Valdes
ordered a 24-hour watch kept over
tne office and files of Lasso de la
Vega immediately after .. learning
of his death.;
The attorney had been retain
ed as private prosecutor in the
forthcoming trial of Ruben 0.
Mire for the assassination of
President Jose A. Ramon.
Lasso- de la Veea also served as
private -prosecutor at the trial of
former Vice President Jose Ra
mon iGuizado, who was convicted
by the National Assembly as an
accessory to the assassination.
" Former Secret Police Chief Jor Jorge
ge Jorge Alfaro was quoted today as
reporting that the ales of his priv private
ate private correspondence- with1 Cuban
criminilogist Israel Castellanos had
been stolen from his home by well-
dressed thieves. Z;i$V.JiV
Alfaro said three well dressed
individuals broke into his home on
tnree- successive.' nights In what
seemed to be a desperate search
for documents, according; to. a re report
port report carried by El Dia.. :
The former detective chief said
the men war scared off by
household help ; who surprised
them In '-a desperate sea r c h
'through- his 'rooms. r$tJM:.: "J'
, He said no Valuables were fourid
missing but a-searclr iridicatcd that
his file of eof respondeoce yith Cas Castellanos
tellanos Castellanos was missing.
'Castellanos is one of the fovelgn
investi"-tnrs tyhn -rarrii -o I'pr:i I'pr:i-ma
ma I'pr:i-ma i.aiuwiiigXjiu asiaiinaUon -of
Ingrid 5!::?; ;
PARIS, 'March 29 (UP) Ingrld
Bergman, fresh irom- the triumph
of winning her second Oscar, said
today v she hopes "to return to
Hollywood this year for the 'first
time, since, she left; her home and
husband to join Roberto Rosseilini
"I hope to make a movie there
sometime in the fall," she said
in a a interview. "There's, nothing
really definite new," , v ,
.Miss Bergman.,, currently ap.
tsm arintV in at nletsa ram tnirvlr si
jvai UIe ui ex rtmJ sswa v wsi as
sleeping pill' and went to bed early
last night "so I wouldn't worrj
myself sick with suspense:. She
slept through the award cere
When a studio agent finally
reached her at 8:30 a.m. today
with the news, she told him she
was "thrilled to death.".
"Then the children bounced into
the room,'" she said later. "I told
them I had won it, and Vesuvius
erupted. They brought flowers to
me in bed. .
"I'm grateufl to my director,
Anatole Litvak. Without him, I
wouldn't have gotten the Oscar
although anyone should have won
It In that role."
The movie was "Anastasia" In
which she played the role of a
derelict who was schooled to pose
as ue preienaer to ine si uronein Cristobal for Uie tow up toe
RP Law Professor Voufd Denounce
ln Perpetuity' Clause Of-: Treaty
Audience participation will be
the hlgnllght of tonight s clos
ing session or tne four-day
roundtabie conference on inter.
national canals sponsored by
tne Panama university's sum
mer schooL. ..
Persons attending the closing
session will be allowed to ask
questions .of the delegates from
several Latin American coun
tries attending the conference.
Scheduled speaker tonight,
before the question period, la Dr.
Francisco Garcia Amador of
the University of Cuba.
Last nlrht, rraaman'an pre-
feasor of law Dr. Cesar Quia Quia-tere
tere Quia-tere said Panama should de de-nennee
nennee de-nennee the cUos ef the IMS
Canal Treaty graatins; the
United SUtes jsuisdicttoa ever
the Canal Zone in perpetaity.
He was supported ln this view
Felipe Juan Escobar, who was
also on of last night's speakers.
Qulntero contended that Pan
ama never gave up its
eigntj over tho Canal Zoo and
. All tJ
TC ? mon.t5l transits including
months of piak wartime military traffic will be toppled
. The total government
rransirea rn.s fflonth tut 761,
were scheduled to transit. U
ntj,pr.evioiii. oiKiffl trothe high was 780 fit' May
i As 61 fast night 733 commercial iuAkliP-i
more'thart 300 tons had transirerl th;. ;JI5u T
; Barring unforeseen developments
more ships commercial and tttw.
ernment com bined w j will h v
put through the Canal b theend
of the. month -thsn during a v
month in Ihe Canal's histurv and'
commercial traffic; will have ex.
ceeded. the 8q0: Siarjt for,:the ifirst
This riewVecord. do'vEV Pwt
ter snid today; reflects thelconti-
D'la'Jo iLoLlbe -wvr. j a Luninter runt
ed erowtb. ; m rJmttld trada which
nas been experienced since World
War II, and the slight increase in
cargo .which has been movina
inrougn ine rename taoai smce
the suet Canal 'was closed, -j, 7
. Since December, he added, air
ayerage of one and a half addi additional
tional additional ships a day have been us using
ing using th Panama Canal; In gener general
al general they have been rerouted from
their 'usual' routes between Aus Australia
tralia Australia and Europe and Japan and
Europe.'' ?;vf, 'v''
As, or noon today, statistics r on
transits stood as follows:
. .Por ocean -. going commercial
shiDDDini: the all-time high of 751
was made in December 195(1. Tran Transits
sits Transits through yesterday; of 733. plus
31 scheduled today, give s project
ed total OC 164.: .:'" ;.."
With tamorrow and Sunday's
transits yet fe bf added, March
In Canal Waters
Two "dead" Naw cruisers are
ln Canal waters today.
They dont look like ghost
ships but they're suffering the
incugtuty oi an ocean-to-ocean
- The cruiser Tobeka transited
northbound yesterday: and the
Springfield has a place on to
Navy tugs brought them from
the Pacific Coast of the United
States. and another croup of
Naw tuea will nut lines aboard
Atlantic Coast, v.
that this has been recognized by
eminent statesmen and "even
the VS. Susreme Court."
. Escobar emphasised th a t '1
Panama is the MvereJgsi pow power
er power ln the Canal Zone and ever
the Panama - Canal, without
eonfasing the concept ef Sov Sovereignty
ereignty Sovereignty with that, ef prvate
Other speakers last night were
Dr. Barros Jarp of Chile and
Dr. Ernesto Alvarado Garcia of
the University of Honduras.
Navy Carrier Due
Here; Too Big p
To Transit Canal
The Kavy carrier Coral Sea Is
dropping ln for a visit, Balboa
waterfront talk bad it today.
She wont transit the Canal,
because she is too big: but
some ef her crewmen are pret
ty sure to mace It to tne Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side on shore leave.
Arrival Sunday Is jeixjrtecLy
th carrier's target
" 1 '. t
'j '' O aftk va
, 14 I -4 4.
ima Canal is heading Wday tpwards rttit
i.in its history;: ; ;
$ tor a month's total transits inclurfin
and commrrini ef,s L t'-J'
last, night.' Today 31 shipi
T ' p
Business Ts foreseen
'ne sue mark.
hip, combined: lart Vaht f hT.1
alr.Ut L0t y!terday' 7 harf.
already gon trough drum?
month!" mr' thls
transits for one day was alia a.
Vim in March. Thl.
.... ..uroay. march 23, when
. Canal transit. t
.Coincidcntaliy, the last time St
ocean-going ships Uansited was
S!rir to day."4r,ier'
This veAr. hnwmJ iJ i.
23 transits were 51 largo ocean -going
commercial ahloa ant thr..
government vessels, while the
maren u 135s, transits, were all
Dominican Damage j
Vajhinrfsn Pnf v
The Washingtoa Post atllfJrMtaww
m an editorial today that the
000 damages awarded ln tbeo.
minican Republic to the. parents
of the missing United States avia aviator
tor aviator Gerald I Murphy smacks o
"A Dominican Retiiihll imn42.
ward of $50,000 to the parents l of
Gerald Lester Murphy aads the
ugly implication of.a brine tn-n
already unsavory .picture," riao
Post said In its editorial which it
entitled, "Buying Silence?",
'Hie State Department has--'urgently'-
requested Jhe. reopening- of
Murphy's case on arounds th.t
forged note was apparentlyrused
to explain his disappearance This
suicide note. SUOnoaedl'T mrrHitmn
by .the Dominican pilot, elaimed
that Mumhv died fUowlnr i-fiit
ngnt on a bluff overlookmg shark
tilled waters. r 1
"The award to Murphy's parent
is based on the assumed truth ef
this discredited explanation.
- There is reason to believe; that
the money was put up by thoTru thoTru-Jillo
Jillo thoTru-Jillo regime It is fitting that-Murphy's
parents are using tbeic J35,
000 share to finance further inves investigation;
tigation; investigation; of the true cause of their
son's disappearance. The question
Of what happeaed to Murphy and
Dr. de Haliixles remains open and
will not be answered by a shower
of silver.'",; v ; . -'
. ; f
Former CZ Teacher :
Mrs. Bertha HWasfcabarorX
former Atlantic side school sub.
stltute for many years and w't
of the late Frank Washabto'j;:
who eam aa a bride from C.u C.u-ter
ter C.u-ter to the Canal Zone and i.
warned nntH Mr. washabar -- '1
retired ln 1838. dd in Cr- -,
Pm on the mornina: of r :r
3s. according to rwwa rectlrr
on the Isthmus.
Mrs. Washahaough, tc'h'r t
T. Perry waahabaough cf
garita, ta survived by two r
sons, prank Washabaou-
Wester Springs, I1L, and C -Washabaourh
Perry Washabeouc,i f v
the United SUtes Tues v s
noon to attend his mc.i;
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' yesterday I was tiie snocKed witness to an argument be-
V. nnat DersQiiiiei acun. Uj we i.eii agrtAObi,
filauuver irom colon iio iidd.iiot ioiiov. M i,en cuuiinauu
t.nat m. uw on uiau uie itortiniaeBb 1 concMneu
fi" t,. unnesr. j-aiitesiion tu "ine iNU. X; AUiencait Ult tn
' man ue inimecuaiiy i.f.eu, was met wiin a iMfe ot vivu
,,. on,. rifnni..B ,nm was pxtremeiv Dd'HUllK 10 006. 'UOi,
in tne Know ine isu. a nuiio-n uiuutut vu h
ana ooot ixuui,vTrtve,;Antt-.cuiarea.t Uitvitooa, fttughtfofe poncy,
tno iow pay our; government is oivmg memiwat tuatdesiine
o ateai, and numerous otner saa atoneC'! "K vL.,
l The No. 1-American, gave up tne argument, ftUl inlormed
me later tnat ne Knew ina it wouia nBiiyj r-r
'lean is wnat; is known locally as a "WAACf; "WTJifJtt-
;tormed me that these Uwyers are 1M ," rT"
leans who have been down here a iong torn, that ,ttir Is .at
S one or Twolrt them in every of iice, and that oddly, they
fefrn to a?ways b? amongst the high graded personnel, about
fSt SuSS to- think that if these characters will go
gainst their own. people,, what els.e would they do..-
i CHIEFS AND SUPER CHIEFS
felr: the Mall
T1aas allow me a lew unee m jrwu -
ii. WMnSTwra the oufaflom ol n toerlcw house.
hi. U? oily S TlSSt'ol .le. ol npunauom lor
T . ...ilr emir I nKrf it It" SU1WJ ftw.iApi
tome of tne inings i u -- ,.., oini.
tJS 2St ffi iSTof chief, and super-dupe? chiefs
re Army: the how-do you have the
T You. American housewife, bujj fi. V","0 t t1. Armv
" i i 4.1.1.. wih or ii.ii lour ivaiiKa v woow w
ra Uttle group" of civil an Empire ,BuU.,rs are
ff8-v.i8 for the rl supreme and whom of the
ffaK matldo thi'CPO do
mention aomw. m flttalifications,
offee. ,1 thougnt waa w 7,m e..USAR-
I J 4-1,. ehto nVPfl TIOL B.UUAV Ail
of. some- new jcnool-tie fellow who
18 tne saddle of his powerful union.
There are a'acore of union chiefs
who have bred horses better than
' There cornea In minrl nn itnrti
fellow, who is also on the mind of
ihe benate select committee these
uaya. nail man nas naa a weu-e-
quipped stable on a 140-acre farm
outside Chicago for some time
how. He is William E. Maloneyi
the Omnipotent, of the Internationa
al Union of Operating' Engineers. &
Maleney la another fthe fierae :
ianeiers wtieao utfit will bet tho
X-ray treatment from the' Sen
ate, streeaMy in a month or o.
He is tha international oreiident
wh, by the noblesse oblige of
hi royal, letter, pasted on his u u-"Ion's
"Ion's u-"Ion's Long Island Local 131
f rem father to ton, both by the
nam !, William DeKening. t
Maloney rules his emnire a tieht-
ly as Kubla Khan behind a wall
which, while toot ar visible aa the
Unnese stone hedge, has proved
far more impenetrable. Copies of
ma union s constitution, for exam example,
ple, example, are as. scarce as air condi
tioning unite' in the ancient Khan'x
paiace, tnougn, this union of 200,000
Bwa ana neany men lies across
the industrial innarda of
tion. And once you get a copy of!
mis yeuowina acreea von loam
wnat power really means.
Brother Maloney. for examnl
sets his own salary. Inauirv bv an
opposition force back in November
i3t revealed mat even the inter international
national international union's vice treidmts
really did not know how much he
earns or draws.
f 'Ska fell d
..1... . 1 ' I 1 1 y ii li .11
'. ai eeeal A sf at m m mm a abb i'.
Br BOB RUARK
are criticizing, what Is wrong with the
That also neeas u. ui wi
. n TT Alrrt tinp We
Tthe foul odor Of course it'could all fall back on
!L snouldersnr Army Engineer. Empire
imnVSailne because the organization has groWrt lnUsucn m m-i
i m-i ittle "chiefs Big Chiefs, Chiefs and Super Chiefs
fea 5SSS SneyVlfft to buy' paint and to give you an
i?"eA Se Army Engineers, (Civilian) have grown in the
?lirglnteitio?om?ared with the organization (Uper (Uper-Ivuow)
Ivuow) (Uper-Ivuow) and field strength of 1840, you may understand what
3Sn Surely not everyone in. the United SUtes Army ean
vifT:r.;.r.!..r.tatinT.. this waste of taxpayer, money.
V-.":-j.T-.. .vn.rt.nr rtf every
,i win give name qumu;uTOf
b . .. v.,w.i tkm ma oven he Tier.
an from tne top w ounm
,JS oh mnr. in some cases. i am a firm believer in democ-
'lacs and I believe the United States has at least some honest
!3neS that have- the true interest of, our great government-at
.ill. ml A. t.afA kJ Tllai
heart and not theit personal Deneius iirst, even, oeiuie vjou. rc
twill, see whether right or fraternatles rule. Laxity is a poor
' .... .. .k.U.itAM
molicv for an army organization
. See you In a few days with aom more
My Country Tie Of Thee
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Not for two years mora did anv-
one really know in the outside
world. And then only when' Malo Maloney
ney Maloney testified In a court suit that he
was drawing S30.000 a vear. nlna
$5,000 more for attending meetings
of the union's high counsel, which
he heads and must, therefore, au
tomatically attend. He graced our
wim, iue; ici mat in one
year he drew", in addition, some
$14,500 in expenses and other funds
ror special activmes. .
Thre is "no limit on this self self-given
given self-given largesse. The constitution
says only that he shall draw at
least $15,600 annually. And he
wouldn't dream ol violating the
constitution,, v u
W- .W ' h
This doeunient alse gives I kim
other powers, of bounty t his fel fellow
low fellow man namely, the seven in
ternational vice presidents. Bv n-
nionlaw, they receive no stipulated!
aaiary. iney are elected, but have
no special assignments. By decree,
Maloney fixes their salaries. He
has graciously been nayine them
$15,000 a year, of the union's -mon
ey, mis he can cut at any moment,
leaving them vice presidents in
name only which would awaken
no great enthusiasm in these gent gentlemen
lemen gentlemen who met last week behind
tightly closed doors in Washington.
Maloney een assign them spe special
cial special tasks at 15 a day and
other expenses. Meat of them air,
so hold local union office and
pick up e locel selery as wall
sometimes another $15,000 ate
nualfy. They manage even with
tho high coat of living which her.
aatea us erdlnery folk, tee.
Small wonder then these-fellows
try to hold on to their position, in
this invisible empire.; And they sucrj
ceed. At the last international con
vention, during which the Chleaaa U
police graciously supplied body
guard to the opposition (who were
telephoned at night and told to'
get the hell out of town "1 th
delegates passed one. of the most
unique constitutional amendments
since nistory was first recorded oa
I To ealm the nerves' of the 71-year-:
old President Maloney, the conven convention
tion convention ruled that all general officer
-snsu seeK retirement at SO."
Well, not too long ago, the. first
vice president, W. M. Welsh, f
Brookfield, Conn., made it. There
is younger blood which wants a
touch of. this nobility, they told
Welsh to retire. Six vice-presidents
even voted to retire him and make
him special adviter to the presi president.
! But Brother Welsh did not want
I to retire. So Brother Maloney aim aim-ply
ply aim-ply vetoed the high council's ac actions.
tions. actions. After all, said Maloney, the
constitution says, that 80-year-olds
shsll 'seek retirement. It doesn't!
ssy he shall find it especially,
if his spectacles are mislaid.
It's a gsy -circle.-This mutual ad-
miration and aelf -help society.
A little more than a year a so I
was lumping around in a olane in
Luzon in the Philippines with Ra
mon Magsaysay, the President of
the Philippines who was killed in
a crash the other day.
Next to our own President. I
think there was no living man we
could so Hi afford to lose at this
, If we had owned a litter of Mag Mag-saysays
saysays Mag-saysays to scatter through the
East as. ,an advertisement for
Western democracy, we would
have small problems with the
br wns and the yellows.
Apart from being the most
chsrming, dynamic,, and toughest
mat. I ever met. he war one of
the shrewdest and a staunch1
friend of America;-a bitter enemy
oi communism au tne way.
He was brave to the point of
follhardiness, and he held the
bulk of his people in his palm.
As a potent guerrillero against
the Japs, as the exterminator of
the Communist Huk particans, as
a ruthless enemy of graft in his
regime and the Philippines were
rotten with graft when he took o
ver this was altogether the most
enure man l ever came across.
In addition to everything else,
he was a practical administrator
and a superb politician.
Coming back on a plane from
Aparri in Luzon where he'd gone
to dedicate a new' immigration
project, the khaki-clad, open-shirt-
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Jaste Areeeaaetia between list and xtnd Streets
ed President slid into a seaf be
side me on the aircraft and talk
ed for an hour about his plans,1
The mistake the wnrlif u mv.
jngi with simple peoples is to try
to hurry them into political con concepts
cepts concepts they dont understand and
arcn t prepared to cope with," he
iu Inow- 1 ,m Peasant
'"J"", uuiime a pjgaret.
He looked at the end f Yh. !.
en meP caii raise
their produce and t it t
on decent t6i&.lfo7iZZr
. wnen they can b cured of their
uuicsses ana nuses cart tat. r
nant women to hospitals in a hur-
ijr, .wiien mey nave the necessary
iu grow rice sp they, don'
hftve to lmnort it: th.n ,.,a t 1 1
,4 ar J! wa. T V VT
thmk more of .their pojltical' edu
wu ei. me nig, t a e r
schemes. .1 Want: all'.: the vlittJe
uunga iirst. inen perhaps we can
l w mo Digger mmgs.''.
We had ridden in the rain in
e uumpy roaa lor miles. In one
uny oarno some children waved
a sign: "Please,. Mri President,
build us a school.'! rlWapt.v.ov
turned his head,MdV '?napped : at
D n aii4. "6.. 1a. .1. ri .
work this week."- v
On the ferrv boat. alone th
roads people clUtciied at his
sleeves and clung to his hand. -r -One
beautiful woman claimed 10
minutes oi nis time in a fierce de
mand that the politically-inspired
Uiuruerer or per tamer and broth
er uoi nave nis aeatn sentence
commuiea to me.-.- r . ;
When he spoke In the rainr wa.
ter pouring down- his face, soak soaking
ing soaking his bare head, the flat, brown
faces which, had been dully apa apathetic
thetic apathetic as the other; 'politicos pre preceded
ceded preceded him came suddenly, vivid vividly
ly vividly alight as if a private sun was
shining as he spoke. ;
This man radiated something
mai lancoin must nave fl ad ex except
cept except he was big and charming,
handsome and persuasive.
He was the kind of man who
would listen attentively to a child
but who once shot his couain for
leading a gang of rapists during
ma anu-jap underground days.-
Whereas former Phiuonne Pres
idents were: men of protocol; con conducted
ducted conducted government by crony and
appointment, Ramon Magsaysay
threw open the palace to the Dare Dare-foot
foot Dare-foot peasants. He saw as many
as a thousand a day. And he was
always off in a olane. looking to
the welfare of some obscure, vil village.
lage. village. in the outer islands.
For this he was heavily criticiz criticized.
ed. criticized. Some day, the critics said,
al) this informal gadding would
kill him, .because he was a sitting
duck for assassination. The man
scorned all security measures.
' And if somebody called him In
the middle of the night with a
problem, Mtgsaysay would get
out of bed to cope with it.
He together with Virgil Pink Pink-ley
ley Pink-ley and myself might have been
killed at least a thousand times
in one day if assassins had chos
en to fit themselves i n 1 0 the
Jlamon Uagsaysay and I be-
' WASHINGTON Thev want to
keep it out of the papers, but cert
ain rsew xorK, bankers are trying
to cash in some 'worthless" .Czar-
ist bonds that they bought for pea
nuts irom smau investors. ?
The Foreign Claims Settlement
Commission, an official govern
ment agency, hss twice ruled that
these i so-called "Russian ,; Ruble"
Donas will not be honored.. But the
bankers are back again pressuring
the Commission for payment.-
; What the bankers want It cut
Of the $9,100,000 that Russia put
up lr 1933 to settle 'American
claims against the eld Ciaritt
government. This waa part of the
deal whereby U.S. recognition
was given the Bolshevik regime.
Uncle Sam is still holding most
of the $9,100,000, but is gradually
paying off Czarist bonds expressed
Any Czarist bonds expressed In
foreign currencies, vmostly rubles,
have been considered as worthless
As a result, the big bankers had
no trouble buying them up for next
to nothing, isow tney are claiming
a "share of the' $9,100,000. At least
half) they hope, will be used to pay
off the "ftussian nuDie ;oonas. -Bifli?est
holders, of. these bonds
are the City Bank-Farmers Trust,
Guaranty Trust or wew xorx, ana
the New York Life "Insurance Com-
The president of Guaranty Trust,
William L. lueuz, was a guest, ai
the exclusive White House dinner
Eisenhower "gave for -King haua.
Kleitz contributed $500 to the Ei Eisenhower.
senhower. Eisenhower. campaign last year.,
Another big holder, ironically, is
Carl Marks, (a New York broker
and no relation to Karl Marx, the
father of Communis m, who
wouldn't be caught dead witn wzar wzar-ist
ist wzar-ist bonds). '
Within a few days, the Commis Commission
sion Commission will decide finally whether the
hankers can convert their few cents
investment 1n ''worthless" b O n d S
into a mulumuiipn-aouar winoiau.
, v HOAX ON CROTON
r.rMnn School in Groton. Mass.,
tAta as eraduat.es some of the
most' staid and distinguished citi
zens of the USA, including .Goy.
Averell Harriman of New York,
Francis Blddle, iormer miorw
General. Elliott ana james
velt, and ? thefe late father, the
President of, tne; iinitea oi.aa. t
- Al,.m; t r f.rritnn sat holt t UP";
r!eht, the other -day when they re
ceived in the ;ihail an ipwurtse-
ment purportmg.ipyome itoiu
SChOOV f21&;-d : : I:
p'Some of them started te eep-.
gratulate the headrnatter. It ws
an enneuneement.. that Groton
Bree;vbut hat, the,'H enoow-
Rient of that rather w salt h y
school wouleV b used
scholarships to pay -the MiHon of
Negro students, -',J'
1 "in ennsistence -witn vnristti""
nrtrinp and the teachings of the
Bible and m consistence wnn in
human beliefs of two of Groton s
most eminent graduates, mew
vnrk'a r.nvrtif.r Averell Harrintan
and the 1 late tfresioent rranium
Delano Roosevelt," the announce announcement
ment announcement read, ''Groton announces its
irrevocable -intention to increase
the number of Negroes from a few
tiManta tn not less than one-auart-
er and not more than one-third ; of
its total enrollment.
. "To thisjust and proper iend,
onntiniiMi the announcement, "par-;
frinris and the National As
sociation for-: the Advancement jot
Colored People are invited to help;
qualified Negro boys to appiy. ;
"inahilltv to oav is no obstacle;
a Christian character and abiuty to
meet Groton's mteuectuai siana siana-ards
ards siana-ards are the sole requirements,
r.mtna nUdffas. if necessary, the
full use of its entire endowment
fund towards scholarships for this
" 1 11 M 4IA
ed up the teiepnone, caucu 41c
vha infnrmnd them-it was all' a
hoax. Groton has admitted quali
fied Negro studenta tor some ume
However, it is planning no mas massive
sive massive expenditure to increase Ne
gro enroumem. -Critics
of the Supreme Court and
of the NAACP had iorged the an
nouncement. ... v i
Humorist Ludwig Bemelmans
writes books on animals, such as
Fifi' the Poodle His wife at
tempts to save animals.' She has
lined up four Congressmen to help
her reform the brutal slaughtering
methods used by most American
, The Representatives are William
Dawson of Utah and' Edgar Hie Hie-stahd
stahd Hie-stahd Of : California. cRenuhli
plus Martha Griffiths of Michigan
and George Miller of California,
All iour are backing the recom.
mendatlons of the Society for Ani Ani-mal
mal Ani-mal Protective Legislation, favor favoring
ing favoring the adoption ot scientific "mir.
key finns" to make sure cattle,
uugs, ana jamDs are xuiiy uncons unconscious'
cious' unconscious' before receiving the, .: death
blow. -.';tfi :-:&s-r,
Unfortunately,' slaughtering me methods
thods methods used by most American packing-houses'
haven't changed much
since the early, days, of the Indus-
ay:-,'"'i,'';:-r' I '
Cattle are crudelv altiesed on
the head with sledge hammers,
while pigs are simply Jifted up by
one leg in preparation for" tha
Dutcher'ff knife. ;,' I
In many instances the animal,
are fully conscious, though nalhful-
ly injured; before they die; and
their screams and salieals are 1 a
nightmares t.v-' HM-:,.-Mrs.
Bemelmans is a auiet ladv.
but ber lips ; are pursed with tha
zear 01 the crusader ;
She believes the packers would
actually save money if thev adopt
ed more' modern methods. These
are the "captive-bolt" pistol, 'whieh
delivers an explosive rap on the
animal' 'cranium; the carbon di dioxide;
oxide; dioxide; gas chamber; and electric
All three methods produce, sure
fire unconsciousness prior- to
slaughter, and are used by many
NOTE w- Senators Bennett and
Watkins of Utah may propose that
Congress authorize "study" of the
problem. This is the time-honored
way to block a proposal that can't
be fought on its merits.
a ,. ALABAMA HUMOR.
The Alabama League of Munici Municipalities
palities Municipalities comprises one of the live liveliest
liest liveliest groups of mayors, and city
managers in the USA.' yi. f v
4 One of its members Mayo? R.
B. Searcy of Huntsville.Vclalms he
was elected on a pledge to. build
."two.sets of streets one for Peo
ple to drive: oh, theother for the
city to xear up. ;r r
The' other day Sen. John spark-
man of Alabama was visiting his
home town. Huntsville, and bumped
mto Mayor Searcy. -":
: : "l Av never seen tne eity so
torn' up: ihided SMrkman':fI. ee
you are carrying put, youj; camp campaign
aign campaign pledge, V-' '. -a- :: '
"Oh; we have' gone far heyona
thatK" replied Mayor Searcy. "My
platform is now three 1 i e t s of
streets :r one tor people to anvenm,
one for the city to tear up; kttd'one
to hang signal lights on." : ;
Regardless of his sense of hum
or, Senator Sparkman testifies Se
arcy is an A-i mayor s 1
'r i WASHINGTON PIPILINI
y: H:,?.?;: UV'tv.
Wonder what Dave Beck's dues dues-paying
paying dues-paying Teamsters think about his
$450-a-month apartment at the top
of the Woodner Hotel. It's a pent penthouse
house penthouse with a beautiful view of Rock
Creek Park. Dave had a couple of
adjoining apartment parti Hons
knocked out to mske it roomier.
Yet he isn't in Washington to enjoy
it too much of the time..., About one
year ago the International Union of
Electrical Workers and Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house Electric were, at each'other's
throats. One of the bitterest strikes
ih. .K.i. HrairooH An. But. the
1 liiv v. v v -n n 1
other day Westinghouse President
Gwilym price, togetner witn otner
hieh Westinghouse officials, ming
led given in the Philip. Murray
Building in Washington. Both 'sides
ate" now working for each other's
j ,. j 1 u.
canie friends in a short time and
conducted quite a later corre correspondence
spondence correspondence on a '."Ramon" and
"Bob" level. -'
And so I grieve for thevman per personally,
sonally, personally, but I grieve' less for the
man than for the Philippines, and
less for the Philippines than for
America and the Western world.
If ever we had a good man on
our side,' at a time when a good
man is bard to find, Ramon Mag-,
ssyssy was that man.
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lr, HOLLYWOOD (NEA) The.Os The.Os--
- The.Os-- car and Emmy voters can't honor
everyone and everything, of course.
Y:i So her they are -my annual NO NO-i
i NO-i POP awards for-recognition above
, and beyond the call oi duty.
& s isin-POP. as vou may know, is
';i f the National Organization of Peo-
f pie Opposed to Popcorn at me mo mo-'.vies,
'.vies, mo-'.vies, my private philanthropic
f foundation, I immediately leave
H town for a few days after the N0 N0-'
' N0-' POP awards. It's safer, that way.
- 'The envelope, Mr. Price-Water-"
house,' please'': J
Best Picture: Sophia Liureni
i "September Morn" in a pees a
"! Best Actress:' Marie McDonald
" fin a police-filmed version jot ne
U si a. T.r Tiff v.:
i ureal luuiiap .mji.j. .)
Artnr: Bine Crosby's un
' '.derplaying in "Why 1 Missed the
! ittir with Kathv Grant."
" 1 1 Best Supporting Acton Michael
': Wilding ; in the, Liz xayior .- jauie
, Tood spectacular, atouhu
vorce in 80 Hours."
, BIST SPECIAL EFFECTS: The
raid-foiling publicity man- whq
- changed the nuroDer oi jaaruyo
- Monroe's apartment.- -
Best Prop;- Frank S i n a t r i's
. .,i,v Best Sound r Rex r Hamsorr slap slap-r
r slap-r '-ping Frank Sinatra. ,,
n Best Direction v F o u r degrees
tndrthwst' of a y n e wansneia
. i when she leans over to pick up a-
Best Cinematography: The TV
cameraman who kept Jbivis rres-
J lfw in fnpus above the waist only.
V -rBest Dialogue: PeanM art in,
about Jerry Lewis.
t. Best Entrance:1 a prop man wno
"wandered in- front of a
Jack Palance about his ; double
acting in "The House of Numbers."
"it I got two pay checks," he adds,
"my agent got the other one.'
" Mario Lanza has agreed to a
separate Italian language version
of ."Seven Hills of Rome." The
movie he'll make in i Italy. First
time he's spouted the language in
a picture .i. Dean Martin's record-.
ing an album of old sortg hits un
der the btla "Pretty Baby.",-
"wandered in front
ocf Fvif- T)nr Scharv from
Best Short Subject r Mickey Roo-
ney, as usual. K
Best Wardrobe: Liberace, as u
HOLLYWOOD AND Grape-Vine:
Movi pnsor nixed a" celluloid
j version of stage play, "Wedding
5 Breakfast," which Shelley Winters
' was planning for .independent pro production.
duction. production. The too-spicy plot was t
have starred ; Shelley; boy friend
,: Tony Franciosa,- Eu Wauach and
. Virginia Vincent, the Broadway ac ac-t'
t' ac-t' trels making her. film debut in
- r.- .- j
' f Frferids re"orrfed "agate about
. tte health graph of OUver Hardy,
ot the Laurel-Hardy comedy team
... Eva Marie Saint is no saint in
the impersonation department. Her
,.Jt Jayna Mansfield take-off, I hear, is
.UghUully, .murderous, am ;jvs
, Plabeled "For Pals Only."
Paul ("Somebody Vf t"l!h r e
. Likes Me") Newsman, is aching
for a chanca at light comedy and
may produce the film himself to
prove ms point Jn,ieen-Age
Thunder," headed for the cameras,
.ialogua coaeh, Kuayiouv
TWO FAY CHECKS for a dual
' role-? "I'v seen only one," laughs
Charlton Heston's first m o v i e
role since Moses in "The Ten Com Commandments"
mandments" Commandments" is the most off-beat
of his careerr-a black-haired, mus-
lached 'Mexican In U-1 s "Badge
of Evil." ... "Crime of Violence,"
the story of Trotsky's assassjtna assassjtna-tion,
tion, assassjtna-tion, has been green-lighted by his
window. Producer Ian McGlashan
will film most of the story in Mexi Mexico
co Mexico City, where it happened., .
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Hollywood's on the teen. a g e
bandwagon with movies baited, for
the hot-rod set, but you won't' be
catching Jeff Chandler thereNow
free to pick his own .stones,' like
"Drango." for his- independend
film company, he argues:
"If a story has solid entertain entertainment
ment entertainment it's good for all ages.: That's
what I'm looking for.'" ; :
DOCCONE BIG 'DOC"r-Hot dogs are no exception to the tradition that everything Is bggeri.
,m Texas.- Here six-year-old Ann Pietzsch, of Dallas, looks over : the world's biggest' hot Mog'fM
displayed at the opening of a local food chain store. The ; giant wkncr is six feat Jsmf .andl
weighs 4fi pounds, -Its eight-foot "bun" weighs. 30 pounds, ; ,.'-'c 1 'V
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THE ELVIS TOUCH Pa-1
tricia Collins it one of about. 400 f
; Grand Rapids, MklL. women I
.sporting the feminine' version'
of the Elvis Presley haircut. It j
, features sideburns,- bangs and'
' ducktall 'trim to bacau Glen'
, wood Dodgson, hair stylist, said -;
his 10 beauty shops have been
; swamped since he gave the first, .,
Elvis cut a month agaC
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SUCCESSFUL FASHION SHOW, CARD PARTY, TEA
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.- -f" Lovely oriental fashions were shown at ft Card Party,,
, Tea and Fashion Show Riven by the Colon Unit of the Inter Inter-i
i Inter-i American Women's Club at Giro's Saturday, Miss Dorothy
;'Goring and Mrs. Maria CanelopiCos organized the show.
Chairmen for the activity were MrsIrma Burlando and
,!Irs. Eveline Albright. v. fc!
Ladles who appeared as models wero"Mrs. Ethel Mae
'ifjuiness, Mrs. Sofia Vamvas, Mrs. Vilma Montero, .Mrs Lin;
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Ambassador of Veneauela
jiivs i Luncheon
At Golf Club
" The Ambassador of Venezuela
Esteban Chaibeauu Cardona and
his wae will give a 1 u n c h e on
Wednesday at the Golf Club in
honor of the Consul of Venezuela
Dr. Jose Tineo Cana and Mrs. Ii
neo, who will soon be leaving for
Ufith Diniun Prtv ..; r
The- Ambassador "iof tBrazil .In
fcanaina, Donvguinaldu atouil atouil-treau
treau atouil-treau Fragosa and -u Mrs. Fragosa
cave- a dinnel 'party' at the Jbm
oassy restuence iuesday in honor
of, .the' Ambassador- of Belgium xn
Brazil M. 5 Rene t van Meeroexe
and Mme. VanjMeerbeke, who
are visiting briefly here en route
to Rio de Janiero.
former Cora at :
Chiof of Surgery.
Her For Convention r
Col. William Nichol former chief
of surgery at Gorgas Hospital has
arrived on tne I a t h m u s Brooke
General Hospital in San irancis
co to attend the Second lhter-A-merican
Medical Convention which
will start wednesaay at tne uotei
HI Panama and the. University of
Col. Nichol has many friends on
the Isthmus, and he has already
been entertained at dinners and
coocktail parties since his arrival
Mr. And Mrs. Henry Talk Jr.
Announce Daughter's Birth
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. F a 1 k
Jr. announce the birth of a daugh
ter Christine Ann, March 25 in
Clarion. Pennsylvania. CapU and
Mrs. Henry E. Falk of Diablo
Heights are the paternal grandpar
Citation from HomWuras
A citation for its contribution to
Inter American friendship has
been received by jthe American
Legion Auxiliary from the Re
public of Honduras, Mrs. France
Gluey, president of the American
Legion Auxiliary,' -Department of
Panama, has announced. Honuu
You can have folden-brown, fiuffHight pan pancakes
cakes pancakes whenever you want them now tkat Aunt
Jembna pancake mix is packed in the new her hermetically
metically hermetically sealed tint In the tin, Aunt Jemima
keeps fresh indefinitely. It's always part and
jyji kv so you can aeep a supply nanay auuewne.
, t. s
Whatever the occasion Sunday morning breakfasts, holidays,
or "snack tunes" and especially on Fridays and other meatless
days during the year, your whole family will enjoy a special
treat with Aunt Jemima pancakes. So quick and easy to make
... so appetizing and fluffy-light every timet
Buy a tin of Aunt Jemima pancake mix today help yourself
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1 SU m s r
IAWC ORIENTAL FASHION SHOW Miss Olguitl Leignadier
models lounging pajamas at the Card Party Tea and Fashion
Show sponsored by itha Colon Unlt- pf theilntor-Amerlcan
Women's Cluh at Clro's last Saturday.u .;
Is the country being studied
year in the auxiliary Pan A-
merican study program.
The citation.', an 'Illuminated
parchment scrofl, fwas presentedo
Carl w. zelier,, national jres-
and a recent, visitor Jo the
ilic of Panama. -by' Dr. Ra-
Villede Morale. Honduran
Ambassador, in ceremonies, at the
American 'Union in wasiung wasiung-D.
D. wasiung-D. C. It was "in recognition
of the valuable achievements of
the American Legion iauxiliary in
the field of Inter-American cooper cooperation
ation cooperation and in honor of the unique
and outstanding ontribution:.:to
een the people of ; Honduras
the people of '- the' ,Uh It e d
Honduras !be:f featured In
special programs to be given by
auxiliary units throughout the
country during April in observance
of Pan American Day, April -14.
The reaular inonthlyt'mefitlnjr of
tne Fort Clayton Protestant uuiid
pwul be held in.tne KfUgious can-
Note this greatest nam in
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It's more eeonomlral! The
bandy swivel ease gives you
more deodorant for your money
...it's easy to use up to the
very end. With one quick stroke
ODO-RO-NO wipes away un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant odor and checks perspi perspiration
ration perspiration all day! Try ODO-RO-NO
in the elegant new swivel case
... as handy as your lipstick.
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ter,"Fort Clayton, at 9 a.m. April
After a short business meeting
during which final plans will be
discussed for the forthcoming Sun
day School and Servicemen'
nic to be sponsored bvth( LaHip
Guild, Major John A. Sundberg of
uie ranaina oaivauon Army will
sptas w i uuiw members a a-bout
bout a-bout the 31ind School Operated by
the Salvation Army in Panama
City. Vr.;- :' -a;,-: '.,.- -Hostesses
for the social period
a, 4u; l 1 1 ...
ui uub meeung wiu De jars, wai
ter Moeiier and Mrs. Charles Clo
ver. :.. ,T .y''V
(Continued on Page ft
In India To Speak
Af Baptist Service
The First Bantist Church of Ral.
boa Heights will be host Sunday to
Pr William Carry Thomas, at pre pre-settbthe
settbthe pre-settbthe psstor'of the First BaDtist
vnurcn ox west us Angeles, cal.
Thomas for several vears was a
missionary to India before return returning
ing returning tp the pmted States to complete
graduate; stuojes m ineoiogy.;y
As a student in Wheaton College
he was distlneuished not onlv
goou speaKer, put aiso as an ex
cellent musician which led. him for
several years to trave as the nian-
ist for 'an evangelistic- team. At
iircseui ae is cnairman ot tne Doard
of directors of the Radio Kids Bible
uud, nne of the oldest gospel radio
programs for bovs and eirlx. which
is heard locally over the Voice of
Thomas, the son of an Influential.
mission-minded Baptist pastor who
became president of one of the Bap
ust seminaries, naa nis early train training
ing training in the pastorate and missiona
ry promotion from his father. He
will be speaking at the 10:40 morn morning
ing morning service, and again at the 7:30
evening evangelistic service. The
other services of the church in include
clude include the 9:30 Sunday School and
the 6:30 Training Union and New
Members Fellowship. Everyone is
invited to ajl services.
Reds Say Israel,
MOSCOW, March 29 -(UP)
Russia warned France and Israel
today that a new attack on Egypt
"would create the direct threat
of a broad military conflict, with
heavy consequences for the cause
A statement circulated by the
official agency Tass and broad broadcast
cast broadcast by Radio Moscow cited as
its authority "leading circles in
the U.S.S.R.," apparently mean meaning
ing meaning the Russian government.
The statement blamed "extrem "extremist
ist "extremist circles in Israel and France
including leaders of the two
nations for the threat of ,.. new
trouble in the Mideast.
It cited the Israeli, claim that
the United States had given Israel
"seme sort of guarantees," -of
wtiich French Premier Guy Mol Mol-let
let Mol-let and Foreign Minister Chri-
tian Pineau were informed during
their recent U.S. visit.
Israeli Premier David Ben-
Gurlon says that, if Israeli de demands
mands demands on conditions for shipping
in the Gulf of Aqaba are not
satisfied, Israel will start a
war. . it said.
"According to foreign press re
ports, which have not been de denied,
nied, denied, official representatives of
the French government have
assured Israel that France will
fulfill her promise I to support
Israel should she resume aggres aggression
sion aggression against Egypt .
"Leading circles in tW U.S.S.R.
point out that the Soviet govern government
ment government was and continues to be a
decisive opponent of the use of
force against countries of the
Near and Middle East,
I "The -unleashing of a new ait-
'gression against. Egypt -would
create a dangerous situation andi
the direct threat of a broad mili-j
itary conflict, with heavy corse-1
We. for th, cum peace".
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Lost Tooth Found
AMITYVIIvLE, N.y., March 29
(UP) -r Joseph ,3. Valla returned
Las Vegas Expects
Thatched Zsa Zsa
LAS VfGAS, Nev.- (UP) Th'e
owner of' the El Rancho Vegas
Hotel today debated whether to
cancel actress Zsa Zsa Gabor's
Mayor Takes Leave
To.Work On Farm' I
HIGtJERAS,. Mexico,' March 29 1 ml
tUP) Sever Martines. mavor of
home from the hospital today free
of the chest trouble that had
plagued, him' for' four years.
this JJueyo Leon Village, -took ml
leave -of absence todav to "work I II H
four-week engagement next month
as a migrant farm laborer In
because of her announced plans to
have her head shaved bald for a
"We expect Miss Gabor to show
up for two shows nightly and to
show up with a full head of hair
her own," said hotel owner Beldon
Miss Gabor last week aereed to
Doctors at' Brunswick General
in which she plays Josef Stalin's
mistress. She said Universal-International
- studio : would : pay her
$100,000 for submitting Iyer locks
to the shears,
i "Lay Vegas money can top that
offer," Katleman said. "We hired
a full-fledged glamour gurl and
Hospital removed a. false ,ront
tooth that, had, lodged,? near his
right lung. "Valla said he had
missed the tooth after eating a
sandwich in 1953 and had no idea
what happened to it.
become a female Yul Bryhner for
the movie "Girls of the Kremlin," that's what we expect.''
PA-d The Lions' Club Boys' Camp received 25 Kodak Brownie
"Chiqulta" eameraa and 85 rolls f film this week to be used ;
si incentive prizes for the boys. Kodak Panama, Ltd. donated
the 25 cameras during. the Inauguration ceremony for the
camp's new swimming pool a few days ago. Shown above Is
Kodak assistant manager, Carlos Bermudez, diving a camera
to' young camper to look over. Camp Prseident Carl Rennert
. :! Is shown next to Mr. Bermudes,
I ' v
Vanl To Work
' visitors of all "aires will have
the excitement of actually nana
liiicr controls of an H-13 helicon.
ter arid &n L-19 plane during
their Inspection of the craft at
the Fort Kobbe annual spring
carnival today, tomorrow and
Sunday, chairman 'Mrs. Betty
Rose said today.
Durinsr the carnival hours.
to 10 p.m. in Hangar No; 3, each
dav visitors will' be given a com-
oleta explanation ; of how the
WX'Z aircraft oefate bV members': of
graPwlth ffia'uS iAio the Army Aviation Detach
space of., tiny basketball-sized ; mePt Caribbean.
Sfi'rnK,2?.; detachbent is sponsoring
2Tk2 KoTpi n the exhibit i ita contribution to
by .the Canal .Zone Library. tfy th annual event held by the
Has Happened in Smoking
"Satellite,', a highly informa informative
tive informative book on what Is about to
take place when tne unnea
Jeller have written clearly and TrtnVifi- Winlftfer" train
;nmlO flnhi.m W UindT lU5t F8UI Will
SlSfM invse during the Koft Koft-aciencefTftna
aciencefTftna Koft-aciencefTftna at tn same -.time, 5 -zJ .fa u
- J. rUWS UllillTCU. MVA?. A ifcwuw
J?.s,.?f .SDonsoredbv CurrScbut Pack No.
rT 16; xeUlnff- taBkrlde will be
have given the background,
trie present rocket and sat
program, .'4,;:,-,. ;.,.. lMi.mmKiW
? Z'::?: fTank Comoariy, vr l
The Fort Kobbe Rimner ciud
Other features of, the event
are movies, dart games, wheels
of chance, bingo, water pistol
and slings shot markmanship,
pinbatt arcades, and faanr and
turkey bootn. 1
Refreshment offered will ln
elude soft adrinks, cotton candy, f
hot does and hamburgers ana
home-made pies and cakes.
The list of new books and
&$& he wnl or-noOTewhte
u, wf,r 1,-uj's A Company junior Jump
.v,mWULu:Vt&r be qualifying "chute
in Religion? FosdTok; The Struc Structure
ture Structure and Government -of Labor
Unions, Taft; Occupations Un Un-limijted,
limijted, Un-limijted, Jones: Stars, A Guide to
the,tConstellations, Zlm; Rep Rep-tileiTind
tileiTind Rep-tileiTind Amphibians, Zlm; Soil
ana water conservation En Engineering,
gineering, Engineering, Frevert; Satellite 1,
Bergaust; The Art of Growing
Miniature Trees, Plants, and
Landscapes, ishlmoto: Success
ful 4 Office Automation, Fair- L
djuvks; jwiecuve uinunumcauon
on the Job, Dooher; Contempor Contemporary,
ary, Contemporary, 'Sculpture, Giedion-Welcker;
Patriotic Plays and programs,
Fisher; Song of America, Mardi Mardi-kian;
kian; Mardi-kian; Communism -and Nation Nationalism
alism Nationalism In th Middle East, La La-queur;
queur; La-queur; Indians of the Americas,
National Geographic Society,
.' '" "'" "'
FiCTION -r- Another Time.
Another Place, Coffee'- The
Eighth. Day, Goldston; Almee,
Law; Chip on My Shoulder,
North; Diamond In the Sky,
WASHJNGT6N. 4larch. WPl
Amerfcens are. starting to smoke
more cigarettes again and prob probably
ably probably will set a -record this year.
The Aericulture DeDartment
aid ; today that 392 billion cigar-
iiei wch up in cmoK iasi year,
r 171 packages for, each person
IS years or older. Total -consumption
; represented a auk per cent
The department, predicted that
cigarette-smoking -.would reach
new 'high this -year, eclipsing the
previous -t tr d f 94 Million
smokes aC in: 1932. a ;
Cigaretie-smoking' las been on
something of a aecline since en.
The department, in its report on
"The Tobacco Situation", did Dot
discuss recent-studies -on the Pos
sible relationship between cigar
ette smoking, and throat cancer.
Production of chewing- tobacco
and snuff last year dropped about
five $er cent below 1955. The de department
partment department predicted that use of
Thrwing tobacco would continue
Its lifig-time decline, but that con consumption
sumption consumption of snuff would hold
Cigarette production totaled 424
billion last year, three per cent
oow uoa. ins aeparancro pre predicted
dicted predicted that M would increase again
The report also showed (hat gov-1
ernment revenue collectors took in
mere1 on -cigarette taxes than to-
bacce fanners were paid for their
crop.; i i
v - .'' -The
185 tax lake rote te a m m-rd
rd m-rd $2,ls5.000,t0o, r four per cent
above ikv But cask reeeipU to
growers dropped' six per cent be below
low below 1SSS to IUJL.OO0,.
TM deparrment predicted: t fur-
bmt apreM n iki oerauM aere aere-Cs
Cs aere-Cs for some kinds of tobacco
Aave teea cut te reduce surpluses,
f I l"eral taxes last year
VimiC fe sbout If bifTion dol dollars,
lars, dollars, tecofl(J only to 1952. The state
tax rkld hit a nw high el snore
k at : in j vi i
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Via Espafia Acroat from the Hotel El Panami. :
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READY TO MOVE RIGHT IN.,.
Completely Modern Decorator Designed
located jn the
Cool Suburban Development
(Right on Via Espana 1 mile after the new race track)
House and Lot $4,950.
a 2, bedroom, chalet; living
roon-dining room; terrace;
tiled kitchen; outside
laundry facilities; pastel
tiled bath; all floors tiled;
guaranteed "ALUMA-UFE," roof;
"MIAMI" class louvered.
adjustable windows; aluminum
screens in aluminum frames;
exterior and interior walls
completely plastered and
continuous water guaranteed
by private water supply
1 SiT 7Hz? DEVELOPMENT Today!
METHOD OF SALE:
DATE: APRIL 6th, 1957
Thisv house will be awarded to the bidder who offers ,i
the HIGHEST DOWN PAYMENT
' i; Rlinimum bid $990 (20 of gale price). This is your
down payment the balance can be paid over a 10
2. Brng your written bid. of, down payment in a sealed
' envelop to the Inversionista i Office.
3. Bids .will be opened publicly in jthe Inversionista of f ices.
All interested are invited to attend.
4f The house will le awarded to the bidder offering the
highest down payment.
Visit the offices oli
VV, CUENUS CQMERCULESu ,S.;A
h t "-"t for aJl, detail of
' THE WVERSIONISTA AUCPdN J
m sa ea mm
Un aJJUwte of Cupntas Comerciale9 &A.-
leiepnones:. unices en tne
2-5391 1st Floor of the
2-5392 1 Cajt de Ahorros Bldg.
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TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDFNT DAItT- NEWSpATlR
fRIDAY; MARCH ?9i I9ST :
Sociai and Otk
A Ibrook Officers
Sm-ine has arrived at Albrook
ven if the weather feels like sum-
tntrt It is the traditional time to
think of new clothes and to see a
Saahlon show so ana ine program
or the monthly luncheon of the
Officers' Wives' Club held Wednes Wednes-(flty
(flty Wednes-(flty in the Officers' Club was just
. the Spring tonic needed.
J Totegin the program a group
f twelve pre-school youngsters
Carried out the theme of "Jack
and Jill in a Favorite Weekend."
Clothes for going to church, going
Ml a picnic, going to the beach,
fishing, and coming home from
school on Friday afternoon were
featured. The children's group
was organized and directed by
Mrs. Marshal McGovern and Mrs.
Guy Trifone, a s s i s t e d by Mrs.
'. the main fashion show featured
lovely clothes from the Ro-marle
Shop in Panama and were model-
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Tela. 3-1057 S-168S
ed by Mesdames George Llnd Llnd-stedt.
stedt. Llnd-stedt. Fred Gruette. Charles Mor
ris, Donalt Hern, Richard Lively,
Robert Hale, Lloyd Clark, James
Potts. Allert Bradley and E. J.
Briggs. Eaach model showed three
ensembles: morning wear, after afternoon
noon afternoon wear, and evening wear.
Chairman for the day's program
was. Mrs. John Jfivers, assisted by
Mesdames Lloyd Clark, Joseph
Richstatter, with. Mrs. Dorothy
Cloyed as commentator.
Hostesses for the luncheon were
Mesdames Lloyed Overton, Robert
Ferguson, James Hoskins assited
by Mr.; Claude Babb, Luncheon
Chairman. Table aecorauons car carried
ried carried out the theme of the Fashion
Show witn small dolls dressed in
fashionable Clothes among painted
branches hung with small clothes
Tho Flower Arrangement class
will meet at the Balboa YMCA-
USO for the fifth session on Mon
day at 9:00 a.m.
Materials for making an ar
raneement of fruits and vegeta
bles should be brought to class
and arranged by each student
Each arrangement will then be a
nalvzed bv Mrs. Pat Morgan, in
structor fof this course. Mrs.
Louise Morris is assisting Mrs.
Morgan as she has in the past
Donrbs a Paleface!
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backyard, twtfan wMi COrPE ft
TONE. Cat a radio rtort ton.
COPKftTONT i lanolin mi cocoa
better kaap complexions yovthfvL
Say COfffHTONf May at a
fcyuid, crOMr lotion or tpcoy.
Santas OK, lon'M W (rteia
Irving Zapp Co., S. A.
Cach notice for Imluilon in this
column iheuld be eubmirted in
rype-writtea form and mailed
the bo number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
bv hand to the office. Notices ot
meetings cannot be accepted by
Civle Council Meets
The regular monthly meetintr of
the Cristobal Margarita Civle
Council Will be held at the Marca-
rlta Service Center Monday, at
A highlight of the meeting will I
be a discussion of proposed nlav-
grounds, baseball and football
fields, and other recreational faci
lities by a member of the Recrea
tion Committee recently named by
T. L. Sellers, representative of
host Margarita, said a number of
other items of interest will be In
troduced and discussed and urged
tne.punuc to attend.
The Paraiso Bridge Club will
hold a meeting at the Meeting
Room, Paraiso Service Center 7:30
p.m. tomorrow. Matters of impor
tance to be discussed. All mem
bers are requested to attend.
A business meeting will be held
Tuesday April 2 in the NCO Open
Mess at the usual time. All mem members
bers members are asked to attend, as there
are urgent business matters to be
discussed. Newcomers and non non-members
members non-members are cordially ilnvited.
DoOr prizes at the last social
were won by M-Sgt. R. J. Roluffs
and Mrs. Stellas Wagner.
Ik. jif t. ea
AH meat, ready te ert...iutt
one of many 'fine Swanto
foods! You know they're good
because they're made by the
taken of Campbell's Soups.
iooK for SWANSON
YOU'LL FIND QUALITY
MADISON, Wis. (UP) State
Sen. Leo O'Brien of Green Bay on
the impending visit of Lord Mayor
Briscoe oi Dublin:
"It's about time.''
HOLLYWOOD: CarrOU Baker,
an Oscar nominee for her role in
"Baby Doll," on losing as the best
actress in the Academy Awards
"I wasn't disappointed at all. To
lose to Ingrid Bergman, well."
UlrAV Ala VK.i O.M..
tary Donald A. Quarles in support
of the $17,746 billion budget re-
vauested for the Air Force in 1958:
"Failingv to insure ourselves
against the hazard of an atomic
war is a gamble that I for one
do not want to see us take." :
WASHINGTON: Johil B. Hollis
ter, director of the International
Cooperation Administration, on
the deaths of Kevin M. Carroll,
Tssmiah. Wash., and Brewster A,
Wilson. Portland. Ore., two U.S.
aid officials in an ambush in Teh
"IB the finest sense of the word,
these men were serving their1
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.: For For-mor
mor For-mor Utah Gov. J. Bracken Lee
urging abolition of the personal in
come tax: 1
The -personal income tax
grants powers to the government
to go into the personal lives of its
DETROIT: United Auto Workers
President Walter Reuther answer
ing the cnarge oi umcago m
relations consultant Nathan W.
shpffprman that he may have
bought persdnal items with1 union
It seems to me an obvious at-
tpmnt to smear people wno are
fighting racketeers in order
cover up for racketeers.
'Hero Cop Admits
MONTREAL, March 29 (UP)
A suburban St. Laurent police policeman,
man, policeman, hailed as a hero last week
after it was reported he was shot
by a gunman, resigned today and
admitted he accidentally shot
Constable Gillei Malbeuf. 27,
sitmed a confession that his
wound was self-inflicted and re
signed after an investigation Dy
Quebec Provincial Police. He had
said at the time that he had been
shot in the thigh by one of two
hurelars who attacked him. A
number of factors in the case case-including
including case-including the lack of footprint! in
the hallway led to the polipe-
man'a story being aoubtea.
Malbeuf said that he was shot
while "playing" with a rifle at
1 i I 1
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J! itATE5T ,IN f!R(i?ER ATTIRE was displayed last Wednesday by memhers of the Albrook Officers Wives Club wfte'a they
.idriS 8ASFiu0lt?!i tortng their March luncheon. Modeling the "Spring Creations", -were M to r) Medaie.EicKi'H:
t K, ,5ttHal IWnftId H rh' E' J" Brlggs' Fred Grue tte GeorKe Lindstedt, James Potts, Albert Bradley Charles Mori
ris and Lloyd Clark, y.-'.--w. . ,f 'ks-'m 1
Avoset discovered bow to iterilue
frtjfc whipplnf eretm m Out lis
sweet taste remains unctunged
far months. Awset whips fait,
stays whipped, tod is always
healthful and deficknis.
A marvelous whipped cram!
enjoy yourself at El Panama
it's cheaper than you think I
U'a 1 fixwama!
O FOOD unexcelled
O SERVICE at all hours!
round-the-clock CAFE GRILLE
O OUTDOOR eating &' drinking
- at our pbolside bar and grille
O MUSIC you really enjoy
CLARENCE MARTIN'S orchestra
LUCHO AZCARRAGA at the organ
CAROL GREAVES, hie piano and trio
O : COMFORT unparalleled
in "all our air-conditioned public rooma
-.the Grille,. Balboa' Bar and Room,
Bella Virtt Salon
all this and Et Panama elegance!
SUNDAY EVENING BUFFET
IX THE PATIO AGAIN
from 6:30 pan., with the usual tempting
buffet and the wonderful rrtuilc of
' Martin and Frank! Azcarragm!
53.50 per person
Call ear Blaitre I'keUt.
MSte, for reaemtt
A KIrt'fcy HtM
Pic Richard Wright
Has Perfect Score
For Jungle Firing
Pfc Richard F. Wright, Jr., Co.
G, 325th Airborne Infantry, parti
cipating in Exercise Rio Selva at
the Jungle Warfare Training Cen Center,
ter, Center, Fort Sherman, became the
first man to ever fire a perfect
score in the jungle firing class.,
Wright, a native of DeSoto, Mo.,
and a squad leader in the 57 mm
recoilless rifle section of his com
pany, said, "If you take your time,
try hard and put into practice what
the Army teaches every lniantry
man about firing, it's easy."
The course in which Wright made
his perfect score is a jungle transi
tion firing course wnere me inaivi
dual fires tho M-l rifle, carbine,
light machine gun, heavy machine
gun, 57 mm recoilless ruie wun
sub-caliber device, automatic rifle,
and the M-l-C sniper rifle.
The firing is conducted from
both prepared and hasty positions
with, targets appearing at ranges
from 25 to 200 yards.
This was a live firing exercise
designed to train individuals in
engaging the enemy with accurate
sustained fire under Jungle condi
Like all infantrymen, Wright has,
qualified with all weapons, in the
infantry and made expert with the
57 mm recoilless rifle, and sharp sharpshooter
shooter sharpshooter with the M-l and automa automatic
tic automatic rifles.
WASHINGTON, March 29. (UP)
The Senate approved by voice
vote today President Eisen
hower' nomination of former
Civil Service Commissioner Philip
Young to lie ambassador to
BOY: Go eecond cup
. there, maybe?
GIRL; Yott go for thie
coffee, don't you ?
BOY: Different, some some-'
' some-' how.
GIRL; that new in-
tant eof f ee
BOY; Hits the spot. Ahh,
THE BALBOA UNION CHURCH
BALBOA, CANAL ZONE
WELCOMES YOU TO ITS SERVICES
SUNDAY, MARCH 31
9:30 a.m.- CHURCH SCHOOL FOR ALL ACES
10:30 a.m.- MORNING WORSHIP
7:30 p.m. EVENING WORSHIP THROUGH LENT
Fourth Word from the Croae:
"My God, my Cod, why hast thou
The Reverend Oscar W. Olsen, Pastor
This Church is Protestant, Interdenominational and
affiliated with the National Conncil ef the Churches
of Christ In the United States of America.
Yee iWei a Kg digewce
ia O- Imt Km Mm
eu4 . mat too Wf ra mot
o wtiiijmM right, wkh
Kctac lamr, Ueiear ejeeliiy.
W m mm
tic ir Tiiiiiuiiit
More Funds Needed
To Make Success Of
April Girls State
Sponsorships and contributions
are still being received for Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Girls State which will be held
from April 19 to April 25 under the
auspices of the American Legion
Auxiliary. However, more funds
are needed for this program which
prepares tne young people ot to
day to be the leaders of tomorrow,
turns and individuals who wish to
participate should make checks or
money orders payable to Carib
bean Girls State and mail them to
the treasurer, Bertha B. Brown,
box 2846, Cristobal,
Additional SDonsorshios have
been received as follows: Order of
the Eastern Star, Coral Chapter
No. 3: Order of the Rainbow for
Girls, Balboa Ass'y No. 1: Ladies
Auxiliary to WW, Lt. Frank P.
Albrook No. S822- American Le Legion
gion Legion Post No. l; Margarita Recrea Recreational
tional Recreational Ass'n; Inter-American Wom Women's
en's Women's Club of Cristobal; American
Legion, E. S. Waid Post No. 2; Can Canal
al Canal Zone Police? Ass'n: of, Balboa;
Cristobal Ertblphui Clutf S.Wes SSKJ
Gamboa Civic Council; Panama
Canal Yacht Club; American Le-
gion Auxiliary, Department qi Pa Panama:
nama: Panama: Canal Zone Police Ass'n of
Cristobal Quarry Heights Women's
Club; Aniirtcaii Legio. kr
en Post No. 3: Ladies Auxiliary to
VFW, Lt.. Garvyn H. Moumblow
Memorial;' and Benevblent and
Protective order of film wo. msb,
National Sojourners; C u r u n d u
01 Honor Society
Pledges 13 Members:
The spring initiation of th Nai
tional Honor Society wia held it
the Balboa Theater last Wednei.
day. At this time three seniors jtnq
ten juniors-were sworn in. :
A new type of program was' usi
ed for this initiation which featuri
ed a tapping cereiriohy. In : ; this
ceremony, each new member was
individually tapped by one of 'the
are $20. but con
tributions or any amount are acold members, then eseorted JonW
ceptable. Civic minded organiza- the stage. This' was followed by. a
speecn by the sponsor 01 tne or
ganliation, Miss Margaret Whit
man, and speeches by fourNHS'
Marcia Lewis spoke on charse charse-ter,
ter, charse-ter, Melinda Marshall on leader
hip, Dick Wright on service and
Joe Pustis on scholarship. A mu
sical selection. "Deep as The
Night," was siing by Grac )Lom
bana, foiipwed by a oriel address
by T. F. Hotz. Hotz also adminii-
terd' the National Honor Society
pledge to the new initiates Music
was furnished cy tne bms orcnes-
tra under the direction- of victor
Herr.i ' - ..
The new members imttated 1nte
the organization were; Jim Wat-
son, Cleve Griffin, Rose Btesh, Dol
ly Chan, Caroline ZirkmSn, .Em-'
ma Kaan, faui uenneu, uon ny ny-ter,
ter, ny-ter, Joan Dimpfl, Janet Tribe, Joe
Trower,, Sue Mable and Don igiWf
Women's Club; Rebekah 1 0 (fl e
No. 1; E.S. Walt Unit No. Ala.;
... 4 f
thf ir,GE5T FUNNIEST MOST MUSICAL
WESTERN YETL, with MARTIN ond LEWIS
RELEASE, TOMORROW AND SUNDAY AT THE
Thlrtr wlllton seare-elaaee ehtboMMtg are to, tor a
treat when DEA MABTIN anal. JJ.RKY LSWrS newest
comedy, -PABDNOLS," begins ite swln arena 4 -the eooo eooo-try.
try. eooo-try. The Techaieotor film, doe )callr Umerrew nnd SCN SCN-DAY
DAY SCN-DAY at the DRIVE-IN Tbealre, ba a Western axk
rreond and nmong its mnsical nnmbers, ky the eemposer
mt Lre and Mirriere." Is a MjMre-danee tan titleJ
"Backskin Beasty" that ma m Me ef tbo year'a bif reU
hits. - Advt.
TEX PANAMA AMEKICAN AN INDEPENDENT ,DAILT NEWSPAPER
Pespite Glutted: Market
Blondes Still Score Well
. Ity'lASKINK JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) "Blondes
are a "dune a dozen ih Hollywood,
it's always beinTlaid, rather dis
dainfullg. In ..the offices of casting
directors, studio bosses, agents
and wherever movie folk gather;
Maybe so. but there's always a.
blonde tooming to stardom or grab
bing an, Oscar.
Look at today's box-oniee queens
Marilyo Monree, Jayne Mans Mansfield,.
field,. Mansfield,. Kim Novak. Carroll Baker,
Deborah' Kerr- All blondes.
But Kim can remember when
Columbia studio wanted to dye her
aold4resssrwben she first arriv
ed there,because, she was told py
a studio executive, ."It's going to
be tough on you, kid. Blondes, you
know, are a dime a dozen in this
town." ' i-
Maybe Hollywood worries about
the career fate of an unknown
blonde because of the alwaya hea heavy
vy heavy competition. But the unknown
blondes certainly: don't worry be because
cause because there's always a new one
becoming start '7
"And I may be next," any one
of them will tell you, hopefully,,
ALL OF WHICH brings Ul to
the best argument I've ever had
that Hollywood, like gentlemen,
should prefer blondes. She's a. very
shapely argument named Dorothy
Mafone - .'
A fw yers back Dorothy was
a brunette who won mild success
playing home-type dolls and un understanding
derstanding understanding wives in movies like
"The Big Sleep," "On Sunday
Afternoon," "Two Guys From
Texas" and "Night and Day."
Six years ago Dorothy s career
hit a dead end and she faded from
the screen. Not too long ago she
treated herself to a trip to the beau beauty
ty beauty parlor and emerged a stunning
blonde who forsook the s w e e t-young-thing
roles for the naughty
femmes f stales of the movies,
Price 15 Cents
NEW YORK UP)V-Thei, Morn-
ins Telegraph, a dally newspaper
devoted .. to thoroughbred racing.
announoed today that. its .news .news-tnd
tnd .news-tnd brlce would be increased
from 35 cents per copy to 50 cents
starting with Thursday's issue.
A nnbasman for the subllCatlOD
. ijrifth. Mnmine Telearaoa "is
faced with the same problems of
rising -costs of newsprint,, wages
and services as other daily Ppe
that have recently increased their
The iS-cent Increase was
sary because' the-Morning Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph depends on, circulation rath
er tnan aavemsim j
"Battle W. and "Written on the
Now Hollywood's written her
name, for the latter film, as an
Oscar nominee for the year's best
actress in a supporting role.
' DOROTHY. MAL.ONI, onetime
brunette who became a shady-la
dy blonde, will tell you different.
Yet, as brunette of yesterday,
she had all the background neces necessary
sary necessary for the Oscar league; She was
thn winner of dramatic scholar
ships to five eastern girls school
because of her nign scnooi acung
and scholastic ability. 7
She was beautiful enouen to be
com a Neiman-Marcus rcjjel In
hcr artnntfid home town of Dallas,
Tex. And she was Drainy enougu 10
major in languages at Southern
Methodist .University, where she
also starred in a play. 'Starbound,
An appropriate title. There was
a movie scout in her audience one
nluht nrl Dnrnthv wound UD in
Hollywood wiin an n.u ;siuuu
contract, and with good reason for
hoiiovinff in the cranks of fate. The
hmit the famed
Hollywood. Studio Club, hostel for
vminff ems seeiunE iime in u
mfivl caoital. For a tinie Dorothy
lived itt the Studio Club as one of
the hopefuls she nan portrayea in
the school piay.
BUT THERE WASN'T m u ch
hoDe for her career. Sha spent a
year at RKO without ever stepping
in front or, a camera.' i n n-nsi
nsi n-nsi Brn rpdlsrovered her in a
un nlav anil she was atar
she was always a popular film ac actress,
tress, actress, people didn't take much no-
tia nf her until sne oecime a
blonde t haughty one.
840 kette, rtnurna uty
1090 iCcs., Colon
Telephones: 2-3066 Panama
, ? 1063 Colon . ,V
Today, Friday, March 29
Return any. borrowed article
promptly even though the lend lender
er lender assures you there Is "no hur hurry"
ry" hurry" about It. There may be an
unexpected need for it Besides,
the longer you keen a borrowed
article toe more danger there is
that something will happen to
It or thafiyotLwiU forget, to re return
turn return It. :l
' So be as prompt In retnrafng
as yen are in borrowing.
Those six years off the screen?
She spent part of the time on 1
tiuhlie relations tour 01 Latin A'
maii far Braniff Airwavi, a
speaking tour of 36 key cities for
national insurance cuiuuniur
in TV appearances. v
Then came "Battle Cry," which
won her a role in "Written on, the
I, 1MU. . .... ...
And "Written os the Wind'
may. win her an Oscar n
Dies At Age Of 66
After Long Illness
:Mf vAbtc. March 29 (UP)
-IchristoDher Morley, author,
essayist and poet who wrote
more than 60 novels and books
of poetry, died yesterday at the
age of 66.
.,. Morley, aJeadlrig figure on
the American literary,.scene for
nearly half a century, had suf suffered
fered suffered a aeriea ol minor strokes
and had been confined to his
home for most of the- past five
Although he preferred to re regard
gard regard himself a poet, It was as a
novelist and essayist that Mor Morley
ley Morley won f hi greatest fame.
While he achieved hte largest
measure of, eminence in the
1920's and 1930's, several of Mor Mor-ley's
ley's Mor-ley's works have been produced
on television in recent years.
His best known worka includ included
ed included the novel, "Kitty Foyle,",
which was made into a motion
picture. It won Ginger Rogers I
an Academy Award for her por
trayal of a night watchman's
daughter who fails in love witn
a wealthy young arlsotcrat The
novel, a searching portrait 01 a
woman's soul, was a Jong-time
Among his other well-known
"hooka were "Parnassus on
Wheels "The Haunted Book
Shop," "Plum Pudding," "The
Romany Stain,"- "Off the Deep
End," "xne Trojan Horse," -Tne
Man Who Made Friends With
Himself," "The Ballad of New
York" and "Gentlemen' Rel
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 Whafs Your f avorite (re
, quests taken by phone
it anNew y f t
6: 35 what's Your Favorite
6:00 Allen Jackson CoJnmen CoJnmen--
- CoJnmen-- tarv.
6:15 BLUE- RIBBON SPORT
REVDIW (Pabst Beer) i
6:30 Top Tune of the Week
7:00 Thirty-Minute The ater
7:30 VOA Report from US.
1:00 Music By Roth
:30 hort story Theater
:00-Yon Asked For It (re
, quests taken by phone
- till 7:30) v..;;-... ..;..!
9:30 You Asked For it (re (re-10:30
10:30 (re-10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jaiz Till Midnight
ia:oosign off, I
Tomorrow, Saturday, March 30
6.00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
toy phone till 7:00)
7:30 Jazz Salon
t : 15 The Christopher
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News ,-
9:15 Bonjour Mesdamet
9:30 Paris Star Time
10:05 Spins And Needles (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
11:05 Spins And Needles
11:30 Journey Into Space
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:30 New Tune Time
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King serenade
2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Mall
2:30 Music- For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re
quests taken by phone
6:30 News 'U ,-'
5:35 What's Your F a y b r 1 1 e
6:00 Guest staif
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVISW (Pabst Beer)
: 30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Do It Yourself -
7:30 VOA Report from D.S.
8:00 Saturday Night Dancinj
8:30 Educating Archie
9:00 Your Hit Parade
9:30 Ray's A Laugh
10:00 Music From Hotel El Pan Pan--
- Pan-- ama
10:30 Owl's Nest (requests
taken by phone through
1:00 a.m. Sunday Sign Off.
Youths Fighting Against Batista
Have Chance To Keep US Citizenship
WASHINGTON (UP )-The" State
Department Is investigating the
case of three American youths re
ported to have joined rebel forces
fighting against Cuban President
Fulgencio Bafota. :
Results of the investigation mav
determine whether the youths
eventually lose their ; American
The boys, all sons of Navy men
stationed at Gu&ntattafno Bay,
Cuba, have left their homes and
allegedly Joined fcrce of : rebel
Fidel Cestro in the Sierra Maestra
Mounta.ns of eastern Cuba, They
are reported to have taken oaths
of allegiance to the revolution revolutionaries.
aries. revolutionaries. V
The New -York Times reported
that'fho three have appealed tp
President Eisenhower not toV in interpret
terpret interpret (heir action as a renunci renunciation
ation renunciation ..of U.S. citimiship.
The three-are Vict 01 J. Buehl Buehl-man
man Buehl-man 17.' son of 0 naval command
er; Michael L,- Garvey, 15, son of
a petty officer;' and Charles -'E.
Ryan, reported to be between 17
and 20, also son of a petty, of
A State Department spokesman
said when the three disappeared
from their homes U.S. embassy
officials u Havana asked Cuban
authorities for assistance in re returning'
turning' returning' the" lads' to their 'parents.
Pictures of all. three were sup
plied to Cuban officials..
in Have n a, a government
spokesman said today the govern
ment's position remains the same
as when the United Press first
broke the story.. He said the three
youths could not be in the mouri
tains because the army has such
a tight i-ing around them.
As recently as Monday Cuban
government propagandists insist-
ca mat even Castro is not irt the
mountains and that there has
been no sort of a clash there
since mid-Januarv. :
The Cuban army has said the
ooys were siBftted in a 'Havana
bar" and are Deing sought in the
capital as well as in onente and
The 1952 immigration and na nationality
tionality nationality law provides that a ner.
son loses citizenship by "entering,
or serving in. the armed forces
of a foreign state unless, prior to
such entry or service, such entry
or service is specifically author authorized
ized authorized in writing by the secretary
ol state and the secretary of de
The law includes an "out" for
youths under 18, however. It says
a person under 18 joining a for foreign
eign foreign service loses his citizenship
only if he has an opting to se secure
cure secure his release from such serv service
ice service on becoming 18 and does not
If a lay liver causal you to tulter
from Indigestion, gas, heartburn, con constipation,
stipation, constipation, headaches, bad breath, dls dls-Inern,
Inern, dls-Inern, biliousness and skin blemishes,
aret Hlgalon from your chemist today,
Hlgalon is a real tonlo to the liver and
tatettlnes. Get Hlgslon at drugstore
Vaux Owen, a top official of
the Veterans Administration in
Atlanta, Oa.( and a leader In the
National Federation of Federal
Employes for many years, has
been unanimously elected! presi president
dent president by the Executive council,
meeting at national headquar headquarters
ters headquarters in Washington.
Owen,' a first vice president,
has been serving aa acting pres president
ident president since the recent death of
Michael B, Matkwood. He will
retire from his federal post and
immediately assume active lead leadership
ership leadership pf the NFFE, largest and
oldest of general federal em employe
ploye employe organizations.
A career employe with more
than 33 years-of service, Owen is
assistant manager of the Veter Veterans
ans Veterans Administration's regional
office in Atlanta. He Joined the
NFFE in 1929, served as presi president
dent president of Local 122. Atlanta, for
seven years; was elected a na national
tional national vice president in 1935 and
hag been reelected at each sub subsequent
sequent subsequent national convention!
and has served as chairman of
important convention commit-tees.
SOUTHAMPTON, England, Mar.
29 (UP) Waater Aynacos juma juma-dou
dou juma-dou was 328 poorer today because
of hit violent reaction to the re
fusal of a diner to leave him a tip.
Mitladou pleaded guilty yester
day to charges of knocking down,
kicking, jumping on and spitting
at the diner. A c 0 u r t fined him
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Impressed By King
STOCKHOLM, Mar. 29 (UP)
Argentina'! new Ambassador
to Sweden, Jorge Escalante
Posse, today told. United Press
that he was very surprised- by
King oustaf Adolf's inUmate
knowledge about Argentina.
Mr: Posse, who arrived here
ten days ago, today received the
Swedish and foreign press In
Stockholm at a reception at the
Argentine Embassy and said the
King; seemed to know Dractlcal-
ly everything about Argentina.
"I had a very pleasant and
interesting talk with th King
when I handed over my creden credentials
tials credentials th other day," said Mr.
Posse who came here after serv serving
ing serving at the Argentine Embassy In
La Pas, Bolivia.
The Ambassador and hit wife
bad also paid a formal visit to
the Swedish Foreign Minister
Oesten Unden and r tomorrow
they will pay a visit- to Queen
Louise at the royal palace.
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Several of the track's best routers wilt match strides
in tomorrow's feature race the $$5P .seven furlong
sprint for third and fourth series imported-thoroughbreds
at the president Remon racetrack,.
The race is being held in honor of outgoing man manager
ager manager Alberto de Obarrio who was recently named Panama
Ambassador to Peru.
barrio, who has devoted more
than .15 years to local horseracing,
richly deserves the honor.
The handicap is the result of a
petition by the Horse Owners as
aneiation. The horse owners are re
uortedlv organizing a buffet-dinner
for the former manager also
.Among the leading contestants
in tomorrow's main event are sev
eral horses entered for the $3,000
added one mile and a quarter Na:
tional Guard Classic which will be
run April 14. They are nateaao,
Surumeno, Opulento, Pappa Flynn
Surumeno. a classy Argentine
bred chestnut colt, will probably
so off the mutuels favorite. Pap
pa Flynn and Plateado should push
h(m both on the tote board and in
the actual race.
Opulento, which returns from a
lengthy layoff, and consistent Go Golazo
lazo Golazo are! sure tto get a fair share of
backingin the mutuels also. Opu Opulento
lento Opulento has been burning up the
tJack in-his early morning preps
ahd could be ready for a trium triumphant
phant triumphant return..
Surumeno. which seems to get
better each time out, is a leading
upcoming, rich distance classics
and will De using tms race as a
"tightener.'? He twice took the mea
sure of Golazo in thrillers in their
only two meetings.
Also entered for- tomorrow's fea
ture are Elko. n impressive win
ner last Sunday; King, runnerup to
Elko: Charlie McCarthy and Hur
ling Park. .,
Several other prospective thrill
ers are inciuaea on an -auracuve
1 Tlnv Brook
3 F1 Profesor,
i Flack Wee
fi ron Dan'
candidate for top honors in the iiRadlcaI
AINTREE. Eng.. Man 29 (TJP)
Sundew won the Grand Na
tional SteeDlechase. with Wynd
burerr second and Tiberetta
Bettint waa 20 io 1, 25 to 1,
and 66 to 1 respectively. Goos Goosander
ander Goosander was five to 1 favorite.
Sundew Ton by eight lengths
with six length between sec second
ond second and third.
Sundew carried 161 pounds, six
less than the top-weighted E.b.
B.. the 1956 winner, and Rose
Park who also carried 167
Two American horses, Virgin
ia owned by Raymond Guest,
and Mrs. John p. Bryce's Mon-
kpv wrench, started in th race
Nn American owned and -bred
t.hornuerhbred has Tvon this test
inp horse race since Battleship
scored for Mrs. Marion Du Pont
finntt in 1938. vireinlus went
down at the first fence. LateH
Monkey Wrench, met the same
fate on the first circuit of the
Annual CZ Ihterschdl'astic
Congratulations, Michael Todd
We want to be the
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you on the selection
of your picture "A "A-round
round "A-round The World in
80 Days" as the best
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winning the coveted
It will undoubtedly
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and which is one of the greatest happenings in the his history
tory history of the motion picture industry.
Once again we offer you sincerest congratulations, and
we are sure that both pictures will receive immense ap"
proval and acceptance from our public.
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Sundew, ridden by champ'on
jockey Fred Linter, led all the
way to score one of the easfest
victories in the lonp history of
the Grand National.
A crowd estimated at 250,000
watched the 35 starters get away
to a good start in a misty rain
which obscured visibility as the
thundering field beaded for the
first fence. V,11 v
Ft. Clayton Virtually Clinch
Service League Championship
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Jerry Lewis in
The Fort Clayton 'Cavaliers .vir
tually clinched their first Panama
Area Armed Forces BasebalJ
League Championship yesterday
afternoon at McCardell. Field -as
1 1 i i ii i i
Fort Amador- Troopers; 10-2, to
take a commanding two and one
half game lead with only t hr e e
games- to olay
In other PAAF play last night
at Beam Stadium the cellar dwell
ing Army Atlantic tsusnmasiers
downed the. Albrook Flyers i&? i
realnslugfest- il-9k : :, i u
CAVS CRUSH AMADOR HOPES
As a result of their ,10-2 victory
over the Jf ort Amador Troopers
Wednesday afternoon, the league
leading Fort Clayton Cavaliers can
clinch the 1957 PAAF pennant by
either defeating their next oppo
nent, Fort Kobbe, or by Having
the Albrook Flyers top the second
place Troopers Saturday afternoon
at McCardell Field.
The Cavs, now two and one-half
eames in front of the lroopers,
laced two Amador pitchers for 16
hits and eight extra base blows in
the loDsided contest.
Bill cary. Clayton s top pucner,
went the full route for tne cavs
limitine the Troopers to seven
hits to gain credit for his twelfth
win of the season. "Lefty" Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, the starter and loser for
the Troopers, now has an 0-2 rec
Clayton knocked Simmons out of
the box in tne second inning De-
fore the southpaw coma retire a
man.' Jack Kaps came in to re relieve
lieve relieve Simmons but before the side
was retiired the Cavs scooed two
mor runs giving Cary a quick t-u
cushion to work on.
The big blows in the second In Inning
ning Inning were Cary's two run triple
and Pat Delaney's disputed home-,
run over the left centerfield fence.
The Troopers argued that the ball
went through the fence but base
ifmpire "Willy" Williams stated
that the ball cleared th wire barrier.
Amador fought back in the home
half of the fifth. 'with their Only
offensive surge, of the game; High Highlighting
lighting Highlighting the two run inning was
catcher Irv Haynes riple to-Tight
centerfield, .,. .. ,,?,v
.Clavton scorprf nm in parh tj
the .last lhre 4nnlngB; to put the,
game, -on ice? mem Tecorfl now
stands at 21 wins .and 8 IbssesV!
i If Amaddor wins .Saturday after-
noon, Clayton can ; take the pen pennant
nant pennant -at home Saturday' nieh1;;"bt
ArmV?. AtlantlcV- Sushmasiefs
grabhedi a' T-llead' ifl the first iblr
annings;, aavancea me ieaa .touij
5 tot, the top of the seventh, -and
then fought off an Albrook. upris uprising
ing uprising to down the- Flyefs 11-Hf ittjf
real slugfest at Beam Stadium
Wednesday night. r-
Everyone in AA's staring llneub
collected at least one hit, and sens
en men garnered two hits apiece
as the Bushmasters pounded out
tn 1- : . r r t . 1 1 i .1
io mis on ox iwo AtDrooK piicn piicn-ers.
ers. piicn-ers. The Flyers collected 11 hits.
Jim Bougopolous pitched 6 and
2-3 innings for AA to receive
credit for his first Win in four de
cisions. Bob Hanson worked the
first 4 and 2-3 innings for the Fly Flyers
ers Flyers and was charged with the loss.
His recodd is pow 4-4.
tTheCanal Zoiai' Intersholastic
League holds its annual track and
field mftefr tonight (Fri.,- Mar. 29)
at Balboa-Stadium. This wills be
the last -chapce for the 3 schools
io xet in a coxnDeuuve effort be
fore.the Balboa Relavs next Fri
day. There will'.le. no admission
charge for 'this ;feet, and the
gates to. the Stadium will be open
at 6 p.m. Fieldevents, start at 6:30
and the track events at 7.
Ne "Score i kept in this
meet at the boys will be battling
if out for the blue ribbon event
by event. Out of the 14 event pre-
grain there appears te be only
two rscoras in jreei aanaar.
Charlie Morris from the Junior
College has bettered the existing
League, tecord in the shot with
out ot a .ft. io l-z in. The record
StuT on the books, however, is the
one Morris! made -last year with a
heave jof 8 it.17; hi.arid heji is sure
toavgo'- beyond'v'ihat,agaitt rtonight.
Many- kser5er;eel.. that ; Chsrlie
mighr fet out in r4hei neighborhood
of 53 feet- lonieht; which wbuld
move liim veniaRlosero. Jthe Bal-
ooa ; Keiays ecor f izin.
"made1 by?Ranron Jto'sari t' -the
:ne joiner xecora,inarseems xo
be m tlanger.is the discus mark of
Ray Nickisher's at 144 ft. 11 1-2 in.
made in 1954. Bill Gibson from Cri
tobal spun the platter, some 145
feet 2 inches in a meet with J;C.
earlier this'- year, and he is -capable
of going further than that to tonight.
night. tonight. Gibson's toss is even i bet better
ter better thaa. the Relays record of 144 144-11
11 144-11 by Chris Flueilen of Albrook in
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
Race Trade (Graded Entries
P.Ps Hon Jocll,y t Uf cemee f Odd.
1st Race Ith .geriw jta S Fi Purse J400 Pool Close. U:
- t FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE V
ilAfrpr m. -E0rte2 "8 'vorite distance'
J&m? n AvYcaaa.ll3 -Has late foot
0Btero U7x-Jorm indicates
i' "ene "3 -Jockey handicaps v,
SlSSfff1 '?ix 12a -H" chance 1
fZwpVmi t1:J?- deLeon 103 Usually disappoints .,
&-Weima Jimmey -Baeza HO -Returns from layoff
2nd Race 6th Serie Imp. 5 Fga. Purse $400 Pool fcloses 1:1
. w fiAKlls OF THE DOUBLE -, .'
H. Custines 106x -Sizzling workout
R Vasquez 114 -Sltould score here
. B.; Baeza 103 Cou'd surprise
j. Jimenez 115. -Rider kills chance i
E. Ortega 108 -Has shown nothintf
vF. atlca 10& -Ran weU In last
A. Gonzales 10Q Not in winning shape'
B, Agulrre 114 -Could make ltlnow
,,.0. deLeon 107 Rates-.chance too
Fort Clavton 21 8
Fort Amador 19 11 2'4
Albrook AFB 15. .15....6V4
Fort Kobbe 12 17 9
Armv Atlantic 7 23 14Mi
With only a few days lert to go
m the fAAt league me oaiung
race is shapmg up to eno in a
rear thriller. Fort Kobbe's Ernie
Lennon and the league leading
Fort Clayton Cavalier's Manning
Weaver are each batting :31 with
only a few games to be played.
The batting race could be settled
Saturday night at Fort Clayton
when the two team meet lor me
last time this season.
Two Aging Veterans May Be
. a t. t
Key To Reds' Pennant Hopes
By OSCAR FRALEY
"Tffl BRAVE ONE" gets an "OSCAR"
V mm" 1 1 i "'
The Aeaienr ef Motion Picture Art and
Sciences baa jast awarded an "OSCAR" te
the ptetere "THE BRAVE ONE" for Its
tery. written1 by Reeert Rich. This picture
Mghlicbted br. IT heman interest,1 hat;
beea ebtalnlng triumph after triumph
wherevrr tt has been shewe te date, hav having
ing having beea laede4 at ene ef the outstanding
meiiea pietare achtevenienta daring pait
veers. Starring In this production Is Michel
Ray, the extraordinary child actor, who has
caused a sensation in the motion pictere
world for the performance be renders In
THE BRAVE ONE, predaced by King Broth Brother!
er! Brother! and filmed in CinemaSeepe and Techni Technicolor
color Technicolor distribute by S.K.O. Radio Picture.
' : '. Advfc-
NEW YORK (UP)-Two aging
veterans could spell the difference
today for the pennant hopes of the
There is no aUestion but what
th hnrlv Redlees have the bat
ting muscles. As usual, the prob
lem Is the pitcning.
But Warren Hacker and Russ
Meyer may supply the answer for
a r hih which finished only two
games back last season.
Word out of the spring training
camps is that Hacker may do it
all by himself. The big pitcher, ob obtained
tained obtained from the anemic Chicago
Cubs in November, will find it a
novelty being with a club which
can get him some runs.
9 Only Eight Runs
He was only 3-13 last season, but
small wonder. In seven of those
unlucky 13 defeats the Cub gave
him a total of only eight runs.
Earlier, when he lost eight in a
row, the Cubs didn't get him a
single run over a span of 30 in-
There is doubt that even a Bob
Feller could win with such listless
batting support and this account accounted
ed accounted for Hacker's feeling that "I
bad to strike out everybody, to win
A sidearm fastball pitcher with
an adequate knuckler, the 32-year-
old Hacker has looked good in
Meyer, who also was obtained
from the Cubs late last season,
had a mere mark of one win
against six losses last season. But
the "Mad Monk" hurt his arm
against Brooklyn in June and nev
er was right tnerearter.
"I've been throwing harder than
at any time since then," be glows.
"There's no pain and I believe
Tm on my way to regaining my
Wea 17 m VM4
The 33-year-old Meyer, who won
17 games in 1949. also has some something
thing something else going for him. Finally,
be contends,, be has leiraed to
control the explosive temper
which provided his nickname.
when I aot mad. I started;
throwing instead vof pilching,'? be
admits. "It was no way to be and
I had to learn to control myself.
I think I've done it."
If he has, even at this stage of
his career, Meyer could be a sur surprise
prise surprise benefit to the pitch-poor
Marker is the bic hone to pro-
vid the winning difference and
could be the deciding factor of the
nennant race. Anything Meyer
contributed -would be that much
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3rd Race m?a Natives 5 Fgs. Purse' ?275
ONE TWO 1
1 Piel de Asno Hernandez, 102x-Would pay off
2- E?fra; J r' Hidalgo 110 -Should be close up
3- EJ profesor, R. Vasquez m -In right spot
4 Don Jaime S. Carvals.1 ins t.o,c ..X
5 Pereque ; V. Castillo 1H -Mutuels favorite
Pool Closes 1:15
4th Race "F? Natives. 7 Fgs.' Purse S275
Pool Closes 2:20
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., (UP)
New York Yankee first base
man Bill Skowron, who injured
his right thumb two weeks ago,
returned to the lineup Wednesday
and had two hits in four trips to
Colon National Bank
In Basketball Opener
The Government Basketball
League of the City of Colon got
its 1957 season underway this
week in the huge Claudia Lowe
Gymnasium of the Abel Bravo
The Municipality 5 played the
National Bank of Colon, the fos fos-mer
mer fos-mer being the victor 46-44.
MILER Dfck Williams from
Cristobal High will be one of
the favorites .In thp mile run
at the Balboa Relays on April
5. Williams has run under 5
minutes and along with Al Al-brook's
brook's Al-brook's Pf T, Turner and Jim
Helnzmari Is expected to bat battle
tle battle It out for the gold trophy.
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I THE GAMMA PEOPLE"
Both the distance made thus far
Dy these boys can be accepted as
League marks under current rules,
and in all probability they will be
unless the unforeseen haDDemi and
I 1 A 1 ... .
incy-iau 10 oener tneme either to
night or on April 5th at the Relavi
Most of the other Internrhnlsstii-
League records seem secure for
mis year witH only outside possibi possibilities
lities possibilities of records in the 440, 880,
mile, and low hurdles. Chances for
records aren't ay good in these as
in the weights, but let's take a look
at them anyway,
Fred Raybourne. with a time in
me IOW S3S could take the 440 mark
of Carl Tuttle off the boards. In
1953 Tuttle blazed to a 52.6 to bet,
ter the former mark held by this
same Raybourne. You can bet
our life Fred will be trying to get
; Dace, out ne Has been bothered
with the reccurence of an old leg
In addition to Raybourne there Is
Dan WinkJosky, BUS' sprinter who
has recently turned to the 440. Dan
ny ran a 52.8 in losing to the Air
rorce uie other day, but he look looked
ed looked good in doing so. The third pos-
tiouiiy is um Jtankin of Cristobal.
He is a gutty runner and anyone
who beats him is going to have to
go an out to 00 it.
. In the mile there is only one boy
capable of taking Bob Ranson's
fine time of 4:45.2 off the board
and that is Dick -Williams of the
Tigers. He has been under than
5 minute time this year even on
the windy course at Mt Hope
Stadium, so 00 the Balboa oval be
should dO evea better. He will have
to show almost a 12 second im improvement
provement improvement hi time, however, but
those that hive seen him run say
ee can do n.
. la tbe IN Balbee has e yeurtf
.faltew by the name ef Bill tleit
wHe ree e I: It flat half mile a a-ainel
ainel a-ainel the Air Force, end leeks
ejiVi omoty sereftf tfi tne pcocees.
The recerfl is 1:I7.S, made by
Menrr Crvs ef RHS back In TtSI,
end It will be e real cnailenpe te
Hett te Iry end keeck 1A aecende
ff hie time ee he een repiece
Cna e the record beard.
-Charlie Detore of the Atlantic
Side .Tigers has sbowa steady Im Improvement
provement Improvement la the low hurdles, all
eatod long, end some fed this will
be bis Bight to go. If that is the
ease, he just might erase the mark
of 21 fat set by Bruce Orris in
13S3 and tied by Orris ia 1855. This
time of 21 flat is very good con considering
sidering considering the sharp curves en which
the race is run, so Detore is going
te bare te be at this best. to get
StC?S?. Jlores.JlS -Should beat these
2- ran Crlstobaf R. Vas. 113 -In top form
3 Bugaba, G. Montero ltTCX--Could tike it all
tfPi.i A. Yca?a 113 Excellent race
5 Folletlto A. Gon2ales 104; Always dangerous
5th Race "Non-Winners" Natives 5 fgg
Purs S25 ; Poof Closes J;5S
1 Rock n' Roll Gonzales J05 -Still plenty green
2 AUgelita B. Baeza 104 Not good enough
3 El Pequeno- P. Bandies lOlx-Has early speed
.ilm& p i F-- Hidalgo 140 Depends on favorite
6 Presidente' O. de Leon 100 Poor effort last
0 Sandokan v R, Vasquez 113 Muchthe best
6th Race jSth; Series Imp, Fg. Purse $400 : PooIoms 3-3S
- FmST RACEOF THE DOIJBLE, W
1- isca. MdAM- 15-l
2 Don Dant f B. Baeza 112 rorm inditates -Jf 2-1
rmiwx .. Jf. tiwajgn ivi M atepnt,.aiigh' 10.1
5 ReyOold 'JLHravo. 11A ir.Kacin to irnnd form
V -Fuerte J. Rodriguez 114 -CouIdmakir'ti,"
7 r. ae oaies o. fle Leon lOff -Fair effort last
7th Raee 6th Series Imp. SFKa.Yurse $409
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Garramufio A. Ycaza 120 -Dubious effort last
2 Joe's Fiddling B. Agui. 110 Usually close up
3 Verygood G. Montero 112x Dangerous contender
4 Fifito G. Prescott 110 Early speed only : ,'
5 Royal Stream, V. -Cast!. 115 Returns in good shape f
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8th Race "E"
A. Vasquez 122 Hard to beat here
B. Baeza 108 Beat early speed
Natives 6 Fgs. Purse $275
Pool Closes 4:40
1 Black Gold A. Ycaza 118 Long overdue.
2 Elenita O. de Leon 104 Would surprise
3 Damadura H. Gustines lOOx Another longshot
4 Nacho A. Vergara 118 Should be close up
5 Chlto A. Vasquez 113 Racing to top form.
6 Kalalu ,B. Baeza : 108 Form indicates
9th Race "Special
.Imp. 7 Fgs. Alberto "P'itin" d. Obarrio
Pool Closes 5:15 .Handicap r
ONE TWO ;
1 Opulento A. Vasquea 115 Returns in good shape' 4-1
2 King H. Gustines 102x Light weight may help 5-1
3 Surumeno A. Ycaza 115 Has class plus 3-2
4 C. McCarthy 6. de Leon 105 Back in winning form' 5-1
5 Pavinetto V. Castillo 110 Apparently gone stale 10-1'
8 Plateado K. Flores 115 Could make it here 44
7 Pappa Flynn B. Aguirre 110 Sharper this time ; 2-1'-
8 Golazo B. Baeza 110 Could take it all 3-1
ft (Elko J; M. Bravo 108 Fastest at start 10-1
10 (Hurling Park F. GatL 105 Could be upsetter 10-1
10th Raee 2nd Series Imp. $ Fgs. Parse $750
Pool Closes 5:40
R Vasquez 110 Seldom repeats
J. M. Bravo 108 Sharp, In workouts
H.- Gustines 107x-Will fight it out
B. Baeza 112 Reportedly -improved
C. Ruli 118 Not in best shape
11th Raee "B and C" Natives 5
1 Don Goyo J. Avila 120 Lacks early speed
2 Radical O. de Leon 110 Hard to best here
3 Yoslklto A. Vasuez 116 No. 1 contender
4 Marcellta H. Gustines 105x Oets stiff test
5 Justina D. Cortex 108 Was never better
Greatest Musical Of Our Times;
THE HAPFT" COCFLE, -Certy and "Leerey happily
ride awsy to The Berrey Wtth The Frlare On Tep" fellew fellew-tor
tor fellew-tor their weddhif In fUdgera 4k Hammeretein'a "Okla "Okla-bema!",
bema!", "Okla-bema!", filmed In Cleema&eepe end distribeteel by RKO
Radle Ptrterea. Oeenlag Tnaeday. April 24, at the Cen
tral Theatre. ;r
TE PANAMA AMIR I CAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NCTV SPATES r
For OM' FrM?'
Calumet Again Sicks
Team On Bold Ruler
KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES
t- By Conrado Sorgeant
RIDATV MABCB S3, 1957
I' ., j, .1 1 "1
By JIMMY BRESLIN
UALLANDALE, Fla. (NEAV
Florida i Derby it comparatively
new. This is only the 10th edition
of the $100,000 gallop : at Gulf
stream Park, tomorrow, yet
- smacks of old, roll-your-owa to
bacco hoss business, s t
Sure. Bold Ruler and the Calu-
ment Farm entry of General Duke
Iron Liege and Barblzon are fresh
three-year-olds. Because of n e w-
ness, there still Is some question
about them. The Wheatley Stable's
Bold Ruler, edged by General
Duke lrt the Everglades at Hia Hia-leah,
leah, Hia-leah, came back to stop clocks
with a neck victory over the same
colt ia the Flamingo., Iron Leige
was third each time, in tne Jrion-
da Derbv. Barbizon. the too two-
year-old of 1956,, is In the big: pic
ture lor tne nrsr time as a sopno-
more. A strong effort by this lei lei-low
low lei-low could chane4 the picture...
It is when you examine the men
handling these youngsters th a t
the Florida Derby takes on an air
of ancient bourbon. On one nana,
you have the Jones boys, Ben A.
and Jimmy, who handle the stock
sent to. the wars irom Mrs. uene
Markey's rambling, spanking spanking-clean
clean spanking-clean operation bard by Lexing
OPPOSITE IS JAMES tTTl
SIMMONS, who trains Bold Ruler,
Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons, quite a
hand with a horse, is the only
trainer standing between the Jones
boys and a sweep of racing's more
imnortant three-year-old swag.
When Ben Jones is around, as
he is now, cash hardly ever seems
to wind up in the pockets of oth
ers. B. A., as tney cau mm, uie
picture of an old-line, shrewd,
tight-lipped horseman. He can be
found mornings astride stable
pony, son Jimmy riding alongside,
as they, head for thenrack for-a
workout. B. A. wears a big white
hat and has a white handkerchief
knotted around his neck.- Trailing
the Jones boys ta i string of eye-i
catching thoroughbreds, exercise
boys decked in the devil's red and
Blue Calumet cardigans, i
MR. FITZ CANNOT BE CONSI-
dered too inexperienced for jousts
witn the Jones boys. Sunny Jim is
82 and in his 70th wear as a rac
ing man. his way is 10 sic unu
a tree in the paddock area, talk talking
ing talking of ttmall things ? with, anyone
who happens along.
"I'll try and answer your' ques
tions, if I know the a n I w e t $
right," he'll tell you. A half hour
or so before the race, he'll get up
and bead toward the saaaung en
closure. "IVe got to see if I can
make, some money here,",; he'll
sav. The bisreer the race. the more
he lulls you.
Mr. Fitz then sends a Nashua
or Bold Ruler onto the track.
t. '.'! t' -" I' V."" 1
SO FAR THIS YEAR, Bold Rul
er, a half-brother to isasnua, ana
General Duke have monopolized
the three-year-old field. Ridden by
Eddie Arcaro, Bold Ruler seemed
to come up a little, tired in tne
stretch when General Duke, under
Willie Hartack's slamming ride,
caught him in the Everglades.
Mr. itz' norse nao sioppea ev
erybody with' a 1:35 mile workout
a few days before and the suspi suspicion
cion suspicion was that it took something
from the colt. Those on the scene
failed Arcaro'a ride -too, notmg
he held the horse in too mucn,
THE QUESTION THIS TIME
seems to fie wnetner u en e r a
Duke can be h e 1 d off in the
stretch again. ClifordN Lttsky's
Fereral Hill is In there to Keep
the early pace brisk with Bold
Ruler and iron ljege.
R.rhijnn mieht be trouble, r He
has been brought along slowly all
swing. -He now u m a aiuu.uw
race, B. ;A.:;iM)nes aoe oov-ivuv-a,
hnrsi, int a SlOO.OOO race for, a
He is a inaH who ukcs to carry
moneysto the bank.
THB LAST IMPORTANT-
UNDER TH WATCHPUL.
AND M: DAOOT, &MM
onip(i wcvn Wheatley t,TABLm
Indians Have Pitchers Everywhere,
But Who'U Hit And Get Other Guys Out?
8y( HARRY 6RAYSON
TUCSON "Ariz NEA) The
Indians were badly in need of a
fresh dose of optimism and get it
from Kerby Farrell,, tryinar;; to
make some sense out of an unu
sual conglomeration of ballplayers
nere oa uie Arizona sun. v
VYou saw:i lot 'iliii: -future fclg
leaguers in ur : rookie camp,
Sy$: -Urirhew ailage,;;:.
ine trouuie is ,io m&si mem
. Twelfth Week
The Nval statiort tacreftaed
their lead to five points with
three point win oyer Agenda
Xam, dropping Kara mtf Wttv
place. With nothing .outstand .outstanding;
ing; .outstanding; on either team .with weep-
tloa to Kam a vii nui
, With hia second 600 ers.ln
is many weess, ram Blew'
the Police Assn to a three point
win tover Wright Bros., with a
nice 616 series. This series took
Class A thU week, while' a team team-,t
,t team-,t nnrHr tnnk Rl&ss C With a
oi Aria .-, flanker led the
Plumbers with a 541 series, i
After losing four last week,
Casa Yohros moved back Into
contention with a four point win
over Powells to drop them to
third and .move Yohros Into, a
tie with them. Hogan led the
Yohros men with a 580 aeries
whil- Powells' Butz, the only
man over the 500 bracket lea nuWrlgh,,
team with a 553 series to takervoU
Class B tnu wee.
Th cauldnt overcome a
47 pin handicap and lost three
S:ints to the cellar-dwelling
utler. This Butler Is the team
to watch; They may not be In
contention to win but they can
sure give the leaders run Ior
their monfy. ; : :
St." John'.' 203 150-
ankec ?T:.192; -.158
; 1- 3
955 743 i97 .2595
''POtlCE ASSJf. ''-
GuestS V. 'l7t
Martin . ..153
lief workers, Ray Narleskl
There are" Art Houtteman
Cal McLish and a pair of left
handers up from Indianapolis, Har Harry
ry Harry Aguirre and Bud Daley.' A
half dozen ethers boast too minor
league; records Stan Pitula, Ed
Gasque, John Gray. Doland Hi-
chols, Dick Mesa and Gene Lary,
prpmer oi xne ngers f rank.
andj the same terrible moments that
wore out Ai Lopez throughout a
and i period of six years.
Stacked against the Yankees,
Senor Lopez would lead off with
a big pitcher. He had highly effi
cient relief pitchers, too, but lit little
tle little more on the bench than a lot
of guys decked out ; in baseball
rell had. best prepare himself for The I
,.."1 i Mi. T n e i., i.. mi,. Bn i .., in,, i,
914 987 ,920 2821
Police Assn ..
. 23 &
Kaufer OeSterle-Kaufer i
875 873 854 2586
r '4; 132
... M70 j
156 "i 190
846 833 750 2429
. 1S9 161 '146
A. "f ..... '' ..
NEW YORK (NEAV The rul ruling
ing ruling by -Federal Judge Sylvester
Ryan that the International Box-
o uig Club violates antitrust laws
1 I a L.
i j its maoe an opening, many uiuukuv,
161 '5H promorcri 10 enter uuuag,
The Indians already have refut
ed. ..the axJora that pitching is
from ,75. to 90 per cent of baseball.
it's a tremendous help, of course,
the- Cuyahoga Redmen was to
make, them perennial runners-up.
' So, from the looks of things at
Hi Corbett Field on the out-skirts i into
of this booming health resort, Far
SECOND HALF STANDINGS
are;' pitchers,.: sc" the Cleveland
club! continues to get :tehi where
it needs it M,f!wi-nMlm:'i
xUi,.Tiatr VUno. fA.!""' w wai canoaos 01 it
A WMCIWI4, a9USVlVlS fcUWV SJ -AMay0
pitchers like, a gold: -digger does;
to anoM gux loaded-, with ,-g il t.
There are vetersn pitchers.f There
are tecrujt pitchers'. Alt ihej? seejn
; At "the :! of the" 1946 "season
BUi..v:yeecK,;i then, v Tunning
works on the lakefront, gave Al
lie Reyriods.'to.;ihe 'Yankees ffor
m&tmA. faaceiTian. In flnrHon.
This deir put thif. Tribe J in the
1 : -. . f .11' 1 j
cnipg, won .a pennant .uuii n 01 iu
Series sad set an attendance rec
ord in' 1948. You" would suspect
that Greenberg could have learn
ed something irom that, but there
has been no such move since.' '-'
- Meanwhile, the Indians have had
a pitching., staff so overstocked
that such as Bob Feller, and Sal
Mague couldn't break into games,
and the club continued te run sec
end with 20-game winners. L a s t
season there were three Early
Wynn, Bob -.- Lemon and Herb
: TherS is no "change this trip.
Wynn, ', Lemon, Score and ; Mike
Garcia are still around. There per perhaps
haps perhaps are a dozen who can pitch in
the American League,- with real
big ones at the top. Behind the
Farrell had a running club in
Indianapolis and has; the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland players on the move this
spring. .But as an older, member
of the party cracks, "He's trying
to make a running club out of a
bunch of statues." From observa observation,
tion, observation, he'll have to put chains on
them very soon. They're running
a million putouts.
Indians are a funny kind of
n; Since the. judge's ruling hit
iu. ram. .1 1 r l.,lrl.
Hoppe .:Ai' .t
St John X.
, Stilson' .
178-30. stone .
the IBC's method of locking up
am iaj championship fights and fighttrs,
av- prediction flowed freely that
; somebody would boh up and put
fUt 2S90 oa ocavyweisni uue aovw ium
would knock out James D. Nor-
Booth i j.
Four Oldtime Stars
Named To Tennis
155 151- 116 422
153 156 169 478
11 17T lift 4JU
17 itt';1S7 815I NEW YORK'tt."P Four super-
202 171 173 546 :"rs 01 tne past,, neaaea oy nas 10 give lansee
. i lianri w ilcLatihlin. were named 'per cent-of the gate
761 2442-today to the National Teanis Hall as rent.
- 5' 15 of Fsrue. . ; j A postponement or bad weather
'I Selected irh -1! cLauchfia, tee could magnify these expenses.
854 831 766 2457."'?rr,a Comet, were Jt. .Nor-
ris and Company.
460! But a look at the financial ar.
,2jirangements needed to put on a
.,1 big outdoor show ddms this possi-
547! o.f' "u u a.
74 1 ring, any promoter running a ti-
Stadium, for example will have
spent in the neighborhood of $100, $100,-000.
000. $100,-000. .. . r -
That's the cost of setting up
seats, paying for publicity and pro promotion.
motion. promotion. The government takes a
healthy cut off the top.
The fighters receive 60 per cent
of what's left. The promoter gets
the rest. Out of that he has te e-
ven off his 8100.000 bill. He also
Macaws Upset Conejos
Manager Corrigan of the Ma
caws lit a fuse under his team
and they exploded with a record
nine hits to defeat the Cone
jos 8-2 Thursday afternoon at
the F&sUich Teenage ball park.
McOowln had the nod for the
Macaws and kept the game un under
der under control at all times and. was
in trouble only once. This, was
In the last inning when he load loaded,
ed, loaded, the bases with none down but
a fast doublt play McOowln to
E. Corrigan to Steilau pulled
him out of the hole and he re
tired the last batter second to
Manager Kiernan of the Cone-
Jos, being short in the pitching
department -due to injuries, a a-tain
tain a-tain elected to vo with Brink
Miller but loose-play by the in infield
field infield at times and failure to hit
with ducks on the pond were
factors in the loss of the came.
Miller was relieved by KUlpper in
The Macaws -scored two In the
xirst on a single by L. corrigan
and a double by Thompson, one
in the third on singles by.Des
Londes and Carrol, one in the
fourth on a double by Thomp Thompson
son Thompson and a single by McOowln
and four In the fourth on a sac
rifice hit by E. Corrigan, two
walks and singles by Thompson
and E. corrigan, ,')
The Conejos scored two in the
first on two bases-on-balls and
hits by Scott, Miller and Bran Brandon.
don. Brandon. McOowln blanked the Co Conejos
nejos Conejos for the rest of the game.
The public is cordially invited
to attend the games played at
the Fastlich Teenage Ball Park
on Gaillard Highway There is
no charge for admission. The
Teeners play every weekday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at four thirty.
The box score:
Corrigan. L. 3b
Corrigan, E. c
Scott, R. cf
Miller p, lb
Klipper 3b, p
McNabb c ..,
Hern, J. lb
?u j- j
i , 1
- Kerbv Farrell j 1
club. They have eight or nine ma
jor leaguers, but none is a "big"
player. And Farrell isn't quite
sure where to nlav anvbodv. He's
Ab R h shifted his athletes all around, but
nas yei w come up wiu a real
Like Al Lopez ahead of him,
Kerby Farrell will find out that a
real combination s i m p 1 y isn't
But he has pitching. .tons of
it. The Indians always have pitch
Over as Head Coach
New President fRemon race
track manager Pablo A. (Papi)
Thayer Thursday night promis promised
ed promised turf writers that he will start
a 'clean-up" campaign: when he
takes office next Monday. Thay Thayer
er Thayer made the statement at a
meeting held at the Newspaper Newspapermen's
men's Newspapermen's Home with local sports sports-writers
writers sports-writers who cover- horse, racing.
Thayer first explained that
the reason, he had called the
meeting was an effort to inten
sify the publicity given local
horse racing. He said he would
make an effort to have newspa
per owners cooperate with the
racetrack and sports writers a-
tong this line.
The new manager took notes
01 every suggestion made dur during
ing during the meeting, voiced his opin opinion
ion opinion on each one and promised to
study them carefully in order to
apply the ones that wilt help
place local horse racing On the
high level it should enjoy. '.
Among otner thi ngs, tne new
manager said that all ineffi inefficient
cient inefficient employes will be replac replaced
ed replaced by capable ones. He stated
that his ''cleaning up" cam campaign
paign campaign will be started immedi immediately
ately immediately after he officially takes
charge on Monday.
Thayer promised to spare no
effort to inspire confidence in
the Dublin: J
m his closing remarks, the
new manager stated that his of office
fice office will always be open to mem-
Aiier we meeung, inos pres
ent decided to form a "Turf
Writers and Radio Announcers
Association." Ernesto Enrique!
Argote was eiectea president,
Hogo Wood, vice-president; Ibe Ibe-ro
ro Ibe-ro Fernandez, secretary; Arturo
L. Gonzalez, treasurer; and Gul Gul-Uermo
Uermo Gul-Uermo Medina, adviser.
-r-QOO-,!. --I, .5.,;
Grand Finish v was sold: this
week to the Stud' Pilotero. His
trainer is now Alberto Garcia.
Alhajar and Blakemere. own
ed by Jose Malnieri, are now be being
ing being trained by-Prudencio pinl-
The Stud La Giralda's repre
sentatives,' Rosier and Semiple Semiple-no,
no, Semiple-no, are ho longer under the
handling of Hubert (Buddy)
Greaves. Arturo Julian is now
in charge of eettinir them ready
Julian also took over thm traln-
ing of another former Greaves-
trained horse the classv Suru
meno which is owned, by Anto
nio Anguizoia jr.
upuiento, Atom'e Spring ana,
Mossadeej will race without
blinkers in the future. Opulen-'
to returns to the. racing wars
under the eagy guidance ef
Luis Rodriguez. ; ;
Grey Juan and No Gallito will
race with blinkers in the future.
Certamen, owned by Garceran
and Williams, is now being
trained by James Silver.
Three newcomers are schedul
ed to bow into local horse racing
in sunqays eighth
are posiblemente, Concrete Pipe
Posiblemente is an expen
sive Chilean-bred three-year-old
brown colt by Treble
Crewn-Nokaway. He is owned
by the Haras Carinthia, and
trained by Agustin Soane Jr.
Concrete pipe is a four-year c
old brown colt by Double Jav-
Facile. This American-bred rac.
er is owned by the Stud Del Mar ;
and trained by Ramon, Navarru.' J
Bluno, a four-year-old brown',
daughter of Helvetian Blue
Beauty, is owned by the Stud4'
Rio Cascadas and trained by
Juan A. Jimenez III.
Posiblemente is by far tha
most impressive of the three and -is
expected to go off an odds-on
mutuels favorite in his debut.
r. LAKE TROPHY ;
WATERVILLE. Me. (NHA"iTh
award presented annually to the
outstanding athlete of the year at
has Deen na,ned the Don--aid
P. Lake Tronhv in
the school's late football, haslt:"
ball and baseball Sfr vuhn am
killed in an aircraft crash. H
against the i
new 1957 h f -A
1 55 Central Avenue
' TOb! 14
raciy 1 Panama Auto, S. A.
Two base hits; Stielau, Thomp
son 2. Strike out by: McGowin 3,
Miller 4. Base on balls: Miller 6,
McGowin ,6. Earned runs: Ma Macaws
caws Macaws 2. Conejos 0. Left on base:
Macaws 7, Conejos 5. Umpires:
Hilzinger and Hatting. Time:
1:35. Scorer: Dobson.
r ?AGCVCU KAM
ris vt'uiisms. 2nd. Mrs. Hazel 1 v.. .1,.
.Hotchkiss Higkmaii aad Mary Green Bay Packers of the Na-
etTP . 141 13 174 454 "
Iudy ; ; 17 .137 192 602 C-U;.' RmI,
' 8C4 725 811 244K
Browne.- Iwst additions made a
4j total of 17 o fcave been honored
459 ia the Hall of -T ame sinre the first
627 election ia 19S5.
tionai Football League this faiL
Temp played two games with the
Packers in -1&5 before catering
military service.. .
AGUA CALIEJfTE, Mex (UP)
Kentacky Derby future book
odds on Federal Kill, which set a
new world record for 14 fur-
1 I longs at Gurfytream Uonday
y X" ... it- itini . . t j a m a ... .
.- su-; tincL.) ii, u., t vr ? rfirn nave iwn oreppa irom -i -.
.194 34S 168 507 Temp. 230-found end" from tie fo. Duke remains the favorite at
2f 147 187 538 University of Wisconsin who will 2-1 with BoW RaJer second pick
161 142 181 484 be discharged from the Army ia at 3-L --- --
U. I. "Bailie Hpn"
The Sfory fn Pictures
Ris wlnlcm completed, CoL Heae rets .hit orders t
tramfer. Bat first he bert for bely te carry 4M children te
a safe place. Trying te help tbe children. En San Taos; Is
killed by tbe enewy.
-Battle Hyms' is the tree stery ef CeL Hew and hia-J I
. ,t .-r..i w t l n 1. 1 u.k. nl
Anna Kashfi and Dan Dvryea. "Battle Hymn" will be re released
leased released sn at tbe Central Theatre.
The Rev. Horace Bones ) McKin McKin-ney.
ney. McKin-ney. who stepped from profession
al basketball to- tbe ministry and
tbe assistant ; basketball coaching
spot at Wake Forest College, will
take Over- July T as head coach
McKinney. also assistant chap
lain or we eapusi couege, win
succeed veteran ', Coach Murray
Greason who will move up to the
position of assistant athletic direr
tor in' charge of recruiting and
public relations. .--
The new appointments were an announced,
nounced, announced, by Athletic Director Bill
Gibson at a press conference here
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' of any occastonr ; y Im
, Yet entertaining uas
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FOR RENT: Apartment one
bedroom, living room, dining,
room, kitchen, and bath in Be Bella
lla Bella Vista, facing Urraca Park.
For information call 2-1958. Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. $90.00 51st, No, 30. Call
3-2W7, i -KMSf(..l
FOR R ENT: Completely furn furnished
ished furnished residence at Exposition
grounds. For 3 to 5 months. Te Telephone
lephone Telephone 2-2987.
FOP RENT: Completely furn furnished
ished furnished house, very attractive and
comfortable, two bedrooms,
large living room and patio, all
modern conveniences in Can Can-grejo.
grejo. Can-grejo. Phone 2-1046 or 3-5357.
FOR RENT: Offering to com company
pany company or organisation, comfort comfortable
able comfortable horn in El Valle, includ including
ing including two guest houses, complete completely
ly completely furnished. Rock gas, refri refrigerator
gerator refrigerator and stove. Electricity,
own power plant. Large acre acreage
age acreage with bearing fruit trees and
running creek. Offered at lew
rent and upkeep of property.
Can be tiled as a resort, for
weekends or vacationing of em employes
ployes employes or associates. Full time
moid and caretaker available.
For information telephone Pa Panama
nama Panama 2-3012 during office hours.
FOR RENT: Completely furn furnished,
ished, furnished, spacious, three bed room
residence, porch, terrace, gar gardens,
dens, gardens, servants quarters In Golf
Heights adjacent to Golf Course
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
furnished chalet at Campo Ale Alegre,
gre, Alegre, $65.00. Samuel Lewis St.
No. 4. Telephone 3 5556.
FOR SALE: Attractive, mod modern
ern modern 2 bedroom chalet, screen screened,
ed, screened, hot water, maid's room,
bath, yard, etc. 104, 84th East
street between 50th St... and
Via Porres. Reasonably priced.
LEGAL! NOTICE f
I United Rtaldi DUtrM Court F.r The
, Dlilricl of The Caul Zm
1 Cristobal Division
I In the Matter of the Adoption of
ciamc raumie Escaiante, and Katny
i ,tin niigina. Minora, civil Mo. 2121,
To: Aldefonso Escalante. Navy Bate.
Norfolk. Va- and William H. Hignins.
14 Rivinaton Str New York City, N.Y,
I iou ana eacn or you are hereby re
I quired i appear before the United
I States District Court for the District of
the Canal Zone, at Cristobal. Canal
Zone. at the Courtroom In Cristobal,
tone, on the 21st day of Mav.
1K7 at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of
I that day. then and there to show raiMe.
if any you have, why Elaine Paulette
ucaiame. daughter of Aldefonso tsr
Unte, and Kathy Jean Hicains. daiMrh
ter of William ft Higfiiw. should not
ne aoopiea by, Matthew r. Abel, their
Steafathe. as prajred for in his peti petition.
Witness the- Honorable Guthrie T.
Crowe, Judge,; United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 2 tat day ot Match. 1S5T.
C. T.'McCerwiick, ix,
"Clerk of Court
; ByaDovid M. Jenkins
To: Aldefoawa .Xscaiaate and Willuun
H Hifflns ',
The forefotng dtatlen 1 erred upon
yon and each of you by publication
pursuant to the Order of, the Honorable
Oirthri W. Crowe, Judre. United States
District .Court for the District of the
Canal. 2one, dated the ISth day of
March. J7. and entered and filed of
ibxH in this actinn in the office nf
Oert of the Vnire-t States DHtrlct
CoorL OK-on f CHt66aL on the
ISth day of Merch. III.
C. T. McCanaJck. Jr.
Clerk of Court
T Dad M. Jcakbea
: Depu Clerk
LEAVE YOUR AD yVfTH ONB OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13-37 H" flTHEET, PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADO 7 Street No. 13 AGENCIAS
LNTERNAL. DE PUBL1CACIONKS Nn. Lottery Plaza e CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 5 LODBDES PHARMACY 182 La Carrasquilla PARMACIA LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 2S "B Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoll No. 4 FAKMACIA ESTADOS UNIOOS14S Central Ave.
PARMACIA LUX 1S4 Central, Avenue .HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. do la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY JUito Arosemena Ave. and 33 St FARMACIA
VAN-DEB-J1S M Street No. H FARMACIA fcl, BATURRO Parque, Let evre f Street at. FARMACIA "&A8" Via Portal Ml v NO VEDADES ATHIS Beside
the Bella Vista Theatre. : : .w. i . ,. .. v u 'T j
FOR SALE: Louisiana State
University announces bids open
for 1950 Ford four door Sedan.
See at 2172-A Curundu. Phono
FOR SACE: 1954 Buiclc 4 doors
$1,300.00 or make offer, 5623-
Apt.-C Diablo Hts. Tel. 2-3354.1
FOR SALE: 1953 English car
Standard Vanguard. Good price
FOR SALE: 19511 Nash 4dr.
sedan, very economical cy cy-lyndor
lyndor cy-lyndor engine, new battery, like
new tires, custom Interior and
paint. Sacrifice $295.00, Tele Telephone,
phone, Telephone, Balboa 2-1515.
FOR SALE: 1949 six cylinder
Pontiac four door Sedan. Excel
lent condition. Reasonably pric priced.
ed. priced. Call Robles, office Panama
2-1661, home 3-4424.
FOR SALE: 1952 Hillman
Sedan. Call Panama 3-4310.
FOR SALE: 1956 .Ford fordor
Customiine soda) with accesso accessories,
ries, accessories, 1,000 miles, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, .1581-B Calabash street,
Balboa. Telephone 2-3479.
FOR SALE: Ford Panel '51
for $600.00,; New tire and bat bat-tery.
tery. bat-tery. Cheap. Call Tel. 3-1039.
FRO SALE: Cadillac 1956
Hardtop Coupe. 'Llkenew' con condition.
dition. condition. Completely equiped. Ph.
FpR SALE: 1954 Plymouth
Belvedere Sport' Coupe, two -tone,
directional lights, tinted
windshield, radio, W-S-W tires.
Excellent -condition. 83-2119 af after
ter after 6 p.wfc:'r:v-.
. General Agent
Gibraltar l.lfe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama t-0551
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 22451 2-2562
Loam Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 6V Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
CHILDREN & GENERAL
Dr. R. Elsenmsttn
( & -nf
Dp. C E. Fabrera
C.Z Dental-Medical Polyclinic r :
Tivoll (4 ot July) Ave. 21AZ4
(opposite Anton School playiroand)
Tel. 1-3011 Panan6 ..
.' "8lim ioa firnre down"' k
McLevp Machines, Massafv
Steam Batk male and feaaale
Medical belts, ortk braces.'
SS Av. Justs Arosemena (-2211
Dc SCHOU. trainee Chirapodist
, SAN BLAS
April 14 $17.50 each
"B- St 1-27 TeL 1-1661
': -Ask The
iWho Owns One's
Makes Beaatiful Sewing
Simple... Ends the
v -Home Made", LHk
4th of J1t Ave.
. TeL 2-0725
FOR SALE: Baroain, tro-
pical fish, "anoelei." San Fee.
50th and 99th street. Telephone
FOR SALE: 16 mm Bell and
Howell 70 DR latest model,
coupled Viewfinder with FI.S
lt S481, your price $375. n n-ternational
ternational n-ternational Jewelry, 155 Cen Central
tral Central Avenue,: corner K street.
FOR SALE: Preferred shares
Cuentas Comerciales at par va value
lue value 110.00 each per cent an annual
nual annual dividend. Call 2-0221 -Elena-.
v:-.v:-!v;.. ;;?-.; vi
FOR SALE: Conolon and
Shakospoaro heavy duty spin spinning
ning spinning rods detachable handle.
Regular $29.50 now $20.00. Ted
Williams without detachable
handle, regular $28.50 now $21. $21.-50.
50. $21.-50. Mitchell reels, regular $29. $29.-75
75 $29.-75 now $1,850.. Nylures, regular
$65.00 now j $45.00. Sample
Golf Clubs 1-3 off. Under water
equipment 20 to 30 per tent dis discount.
count. discount. Everthing for the fisher fisher-man,
man, fisher-man, skin diver, boatsman and
athlete. ABE RNATHY S.A. a.
cross side street Panam a Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. Telephone 3-6895.
FOR SALE: Baritone Ukulele
with case, almost new and
portable electric broiler. Sacri Sacrifice,
fice, Sacrifice, Call Navy 3150.
FOR SALE: Fishing equip equipment
ment equipment new bait net, bait buckets
: lights, basket, rode, reels plug
and etc. 741 0 next H Prado.
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
GRAND PICNIC. You and
.your family are cordially invit invited
ed invited te a GRAND PICNIC at Ra Radio
dio Radio City on Saturday, March 30,
at 8:00 a.m. for the purpose of
e Grand Auction Sale on Lots.
Remember everything Is Free Free-r
r Free-r Transportation, Lunclv Music.
Lefevre Corporation, St.
No. 7-35, Tel. 2-3333. r s
YOU CAN SPEND A NIGHT
IN THE SAN BLAS ISLANDS
TAKE A "JUNGLE' JIM
JAUNT" HOTEL SAN BLAS
ISLANDS, THE SOUTH SEAS
OF THE AMERICAS. Two full
days. First tour starts April
6, Saturday. Return April 7,
Sunday. Transportation, sight sightseeing,
seeing, sightseeing, 2 days and one night at
San Bias Islands Hotel,' meals.
All for $25.00 each person.
Bring your bathing suits and
camera. Plane flies straight te
Porvenir. No walking. Trips ev every
ery every week end; Reservations
must be made at Hotel El Pa.
name by 4:00 p.m. each Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Day: Telephone "Jungle
Jim,". Panama 3-1660. Night
telephone "Jungle Jim," Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-1326 or see "Jungle Jim,"
HOTEL EL. PANAMA, Guided
by Jungle Jim. .
FOR RENT APARTMENT:
Completely alrconditloned executive apartment of 3
bedrooms and Z baths plus maid's room and bath oc oc-ciipytng
ciipytng oc-ciipytng entire top floor of choice residential proper property.
ty. property. Independent with wall-to-wall cedar closets, tele telephone
phone telephone connections In bedrooms, wall safe, and hure
(55x14ft.) living, dining and entertaining area. Avail -aBle
immediately. Phone 3-373S r- 3-6905.
"Buy. sg ijdjua djuutnu "...
. 12" COLUMBIA record J 98
with each 3.98
Additional Working Capital required for Expart- .
aion of business with established reputation. In-
vestora will ba jiverf opportunity of, controlling
- '-'-.' ...
disbursements. For Interview regarding poisibil--'
ities, Addrasa Box 26 Curundu.
FOR SALE: Complete, modern
dining set for $1$0. Real bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Tel. 3-2165.
FOR SALE: Crib wrought
iron livingroom, Phileo ref ri
gerator. Call 13835.
FOR SALE: Hammond organ,
$1,145. Baby Grand piano, $375.
Sofa, $45. Bar, $30. Wrought
iron table and 4 chairs, $50.00.
Miscellaneous.- Bookcases' and
FOR SALE: One five-piece'
sectional upholstered living,
room set In very good condi-'
tion. One mahogany; dining
room set in good condition,
cheap. Call Telephone 287, Co-
.loh. ,;'V';':: ;i J '.;-,-': J.'-i'-'.;
FOR SALE: Lovely Wicker
and iron porch lets 59.00, Bunk
beds with mattress $42.50, 3-4
beds with; spring $12.50, mod.
ern mahogany wardrobes $69,
3 door wardrobes $110., living
room set $125.00, double beds
with mattress $39.00 metal
sideboards $12.00, metal dress dressers
ers dressers $9.50, China closets $15.00,
center tables $12.50, linoleums
$6.95. Large lockers $9.50. Ea Easy
sy Easy Payments. Terrific discounts
on cash sales. Household Ex Exchange,
change, Exchange, National Ave. No. 41,
Tel: 3-4911, 3-734$
Phillipine Rattan set (couch,
2 choirs, end table) $100. Fath Fath-er's
er's Fath-er's choir and footstool red
plastic, $25, large locker trunk,
practically new $15. Kitchen
table $10, crib and mattress
$15. Qtrs. 3026 NAD. Ph. 925
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
- Adults' Teenagers Preteenr
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
Dunn. . ,v "i
Services To Be
Held At Amador
Sunrise Easter services will be
held at a.m. Easter, morninit
on the Vort Amador beach near
the post chapel overlooking pan
am Bay;-; AffA I
The services Jointly sponsored
by Army,' Navy, Air-Force V and
Canal Zone churches, feature
Chaplain (CoL)R6bertP. Tay
lor, staff chaplain-of the .Air
University, Maxwell- AFB, Ala Alabama
bama Alabama to, deliver .the sermon 'The
Christ of the Empty Tomb."
music during ine service will
be furnished by a combined Ar Army
my Army and Air Force band featur
ing the Joined voices of 150
choir members from various
military and Canal Zone church
Arrangements are being made
record you buy. .
L..F. GARCIA. first class pia piano
no piano Tuners and technician Call
Baldwin Agency.' Phones: 3 3-4947,
4947, 3-4947, 3-0472. Edifieio Lux, 34th
street, Panama. : t
The best dinners' and drinks
are' served in our modern air
!? conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Motel Internaclonal "Pla- (
r xa 5 d Mayo. ;
Hear Yel Hear Yol Hear yel
- The "Pedro Miguel Boat" Club
. announces the re oning of
their kitchen 1 under new man man-j
j man-j agememV Try our,;' steaks,
chops, seafood and sandwiches.
FOR SALE: Completely turn-
ished 3-bedroem cottage' In El
Valle; 10,000 square meters;
bearing fruit trees Price $,
000.00 Phone: Friedrich, Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal 2170. ....
FOR SALE: 1 lot 584 meters
. $1,500.00, Barriada Domingo
Diax, Panama, Tel. Cristobal
FOR SALE: Bargain, leaving
Isthmus. Store en Central Ave
nue. Writ P.O. Box 992 Pana Panama..
ma.. Panama.. '.
to accommodate 'more than the
2,000 who attended last year's
Special arrangements for bus
transportation are being made
and will be announced later. Va Various
rious Various clubs over the isthmus are
arranging to serve breakfast fol following
lowing following the. service. Military po police
lice police will direct -traffic to the
parking lot for the service. '
button sewing hiachine.
Thtonly m&chin. th&t
!.;;;;iurnik "he -.fAbrlei.;-
A standard NECCHI can be
had lor $145.00 with no down
payment and Installments of
only $1-28. -v
kaaida lha tettary Bids. vy
' Bell Vista Branca
lata Araaemcna Ava. a4
. ceraar at 44 St.
VA COMPLETE TV
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- service :
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M!ro Taxi offers good opportu opportu-i
i opportu-i nitios to lerioua and dependable -'
drivers who tpeak English;
I and Spanish.- We prefer family
men. Interviews will be : held
a 'he Servicentre Estadie from
5:00 p.m. on.
Boats & Motors
. FOR SALE: Runabout boat
14' long, beam 4' 4" trailer, 5
- HP. Johnton 6 life savers. Safe.
ty gatvan. Ropeti anchor. $340
see at 408 Fort Delesseps 2nd
, street.' l
FOR SALE: "'Sea, Babe" IS
ft. 25 horse Evinrude' Phono
S-403.' , ;
OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE
- New Kuiidingi located half a block from
.the new Banco Nacional building, heing
' erected at 32nd street and Cuba Avenge.
Office space available with all Inodern
conveniences: Completely independent
first floor- with 3i600 aoiioffl ifeet prifiar-
' ''(-'lily- 'yc- tt-
ed for air-conditioning, small offices on
the upper floors. Ui ,,.:ft
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NOW is the time to make any
changes to suit special conditions,
such as lights; telephones, etc.
6-74, 32nd Street Tel. 3-0744
'?7$ 0 '- P "US ''sail n ' vv
' $&L1 ya our I
s 1 ''-Tifcs and Tubes
PANAMA: Auto Row No. 31 Tel. 2-4624
COLON: 12th Street and Amador Guerrero Ave.'
. '. Tel. 1087-L
NEW TUBELESS TIRES
Cuircnteed 12 Montha. With Old Tires
First Una :; No Mounting Cbarga
100 Level v. v Y Credit if Desired ; ;
Sis BIsrk White Wan Sis BUck White Wsi
ten if 1 7.95 7is ,21.95 24.95
r.txis fs.95 21.95 15 22.95 26.45
ni i5 9.95 22.95 24.95 29.45
7 z is 21.95 25.95 1 15 29.95 32.95
mz is 26.95 28.95 x is 30.45 33.95
x la 27.95 29.95 18.95
WANTED: ; Interested In purC
v chase of good used chronotno.
, ter and sextant. Call Wally
Pearson Navy 3292.
WANTED: Competent, and re
: sponsible cook to manage fami family
ly family home, 15th street No. 121
WANTED: .Good cook. Apply
Williamson : Place, house No.
0747 apartment t
WANTED: Maid o do house
work. Must sleep in No. 23 55th
street. El Cangrejo, Mr. Ole
Hamle. v v
details apply to
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LONDON, March 29 (UP) -The
Crown's chief medical expert in--t.iA
tnrisv under a tense and
dramatic' cross-examination that
ha was "forced" by his study of
remrrlK tn conclude inat
tT. John Bodkin Adams was try trying
ing trying 'to terminate the We" of one
cf his wealthy widowed patients.
- Dr. Arthur Douthwaite, Inter International
national International authority on narcotics,
resisted every effort of chief de defense
fense defense eounsal Geoffrey L a w w-Fence
Fence w-Fence to get him to admit that
'tha nurses' raeords thamwlva.
lava no avldence of "murderous
Lawrence implied that Dr. Douth;
waite a Haney aireei man,
miliar with the dilemma
Of the general practitioner hurry
ing from case 10 cae """-""
to make up his mind at the mo moment
ment moment what treatment was best for
' very old woman suffering from
the aftermath of a stroke and
from drug addiction.
He produced medical records
showing the woman the doctor is
accused or murdering received
daily injections of narcotics before
h became his patient.
4 The revelation was another in a
chain of surprises that Lawrence
has sprung during the murder
trial in Old Bailey.
Adams, a 58-year-old bachelor
is accused of poisoning Mrs. Alice
Morrell 81, with .narcotics be be-Suse
Suse be-Suse he thought he would in inherit
herit inherit part of her $490,000 es ate
She willed bim only chest of
silverware, and her son gave the
doctor her Rolls Royce automo-
Lawrence disclosed the medical
jecord while cross examining
Paarad Through Glasses
-The little defense attorney peer peered
ed peered up through his glasses at
JJduthwaite, who is six-feet, 5Vi
wehe tall, and got him to admit
U"would be "interesting" to know
what treatment Mrs. Morrell re,
teived between June 25, 1948,
Men she suffered a stroke, and
the following July 7, when she be became
came became Adams' patient.
" rtmithuaitA screed that this In
formation, if available, might
throw light an the question of drug
irfrtiotion and the nature of Mrs.
Morrell's (treatment at the Esper Esper-"irice
"irice Esper-"irice Nursing Home in Eastbourne
iwbere Roman Catholic nuns have
been- praying for Adami ever
"since he was charged with
r Scarcly able to keep the note
it triumph out of his voice, Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence announced he possessed the
document which could fill in the
"missing gap" in the medical pic picture.
ture. picture. Received Injections
They showed that nine times in
nine days Mrs. Morrell received
injections of morphine from' a hos hospital
pital hospital doctor.
. Recalling that Dr. Ronald Har Harris,
ris, Harris, one of Adams' partners, also
used morphine in treating the wid widow,
ow, widow, Lawrence said dramatically,
"Three doctors two other doctors
Who are not in the dock on a
charge of murder gave and de deliberately
liberately deliberately gave injections of mor morphine
phine morphine to Mrs. Morrell night after,
Scouring For Lost
ill End Tomorrow,
I Schrilnk surrendered to two in in-TOKYO,
TOKYO, in-TOKYO, March 29 (UP) A 'dictments specifically charging him
week-long search for a mlssinelwith receiving and agreeing to re re-U.8.
U.8. re-U.8. military C-97 and Its 67jceive a bribe, conspiring to hinder
passengers will end tomorrow and obstruct justice, and for inoom-
night unless some trace of the
plane 1 found, the U.S. Far East
Air Force said today.
'i The search was continued to to-ay
ay to-ay by only 15 of the 125 Air
Force, Navy and Japanese planes
that have scoured 128,000 miles
of the Pacific since. the Military
Air Transport Service stratollner
disappeared last Friday.
I ,t t!K ZH
All the riotous
of the stage hit and more
FT If f
II of the
And at t:H p.m. JOHX BL BEYMAKN presenU
"5fh NATIONAL NEWSREEL" in Color!
"Let the people
Walter Reuther to Ask AFL-CIO Chiefs
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APPEARS BEFORE RACKETS
Union president Dave Beck Is a
appears oeiore tne isenaie iadoe naciteus uuuiuw
ington. Beck, who was; alternately belligerent, humorous,
pensive, and relaxed, refused on grounds of possible self- in
crlminatlon to answer charges that he "may.: have misap misappropriated"
propriated" misappropriated" $320,000 in union funds.
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Portland Mayor Wants tYIal
PORTLAND, Ore., March 29
(UP) Mayor. Terry D. SchrunK
of Portland said today he will'dt will'dt-mand
mand will'dt-mand -an immediate trial in brib bribery
ery bribery and perjury charges filed
gainst him by a' grand juryt :
"I am convinced that I. will-, be
acquitted of these r i d i c u l tX
The Multnomah County grand
jury returned a total of 115 indict indictments
ments indictments yesterday against Schrumc,
district attorney William L. Lang Lang-ley,
ley, Lang-ley, Clifford O. Bennett,1 operator
of a night club, and police officer
.Richard Sutter.r ,
All four recently appeared as
witnesses before the Senate labor
committee investigating rackets in
netency. corruption, malfeasance
and deiinauency in office. He post.
ed $1000 bond on each of the -three
Several witnesses tetifi.ed be before
fore before th. Senate committee vhat
Schrunk, whan ha wai sheriff ef
Moltonomah County, had accept accepted
ed accepted a $500 bribe from Bnntt
during the course ef a gambling
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know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, MARCH 29, J951
picture of yaried moods as he
Schrunk denied under oath that
he had taken any bribe. The indict indictment
ment indictment did. not specify any amonut.
Rear Admv Pedro Favaron,
commanding tterrerar Of the' Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine Marine Corps, said his
oountry no longeris concerned
with ousted dictator Juan Peron
and he- believes Peronistas will
not be able to regain power..
! Favaron', who is In San Diego
for a tour of military Installa Installations,,
tions,, Installations,, said Argentina's military
leaders 'Intend to uphold J the
democratic processes which have
been restored since the ouster
of Peron He added he exnects
Argentina to. be able to recover
quickly from the revolution and
take her position as a leading
nation In South America.
Favaron arrived in San Diego
Tuesday trom'Washingtort, D.C.
He will inspect marine facilities
in San Diego and at Oceanside
and yteit local aircraft factories
and Mt. Palomar observatory be before
fore before going .to the Los Angeles a
rea next week.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending S a.m. today,
is prepared by tne Meteorolo Meteorolo-rical
rical Meteorolo-rical and Hydra' g rath it
Branch of the Faaama Canal
Company r ;V-. ;..
; ; i j Ba"lbii Cristobal
TEMPERATURE : V; ' -; 1
High v. M
(inner harbors) j I;.
8ATCRBAT, MARCH II
HIGH V LOW
country is safe
WASHINGTON, March 29 (UP) United Auto Work
era president Walter -P. Reuther indicated today he will
ask the AFL-CIO high command to suspend Teamsters
president pave Beck as an AFL-CIO vice-president,
Reuther spoke to reporters as the AFL-CIO executive
council went into an extraordinary closed door meeting
to decide what punishment to levy against Beck for re refusing
fusing refusing to answer questions of the Seriate rackets com
Reuther, an AFL-CIO vice pres
ident and a member of the coun council,
cil, council, said he believes the council has
authority to suspend an AFL-CIO
vice-president pending a trial,
Meanwhile, Bock protested In
Seattle, Wash., that AFL CIO
president George Meany eallad
the council meeting with such
little netice that he was dpriv.
ed ef his right t attend.
Meany called today's meeting on
Tuesday, the day Beck before
the rackets committee here was
refusing on grounds of possible
self incrimination to answer rac
kets committee charges that he
"may have misappropriated more
than $322,000 in Teamster money."
Meanwhile the rackets commit
tee dug into a rash of new charges
against the Teamsters union,
eluding reports that Beck has been
linked with strikebreaking and col collusion
lusion collusion with management.
Committee counsel Robert F.
Kennedy told newsmen the com committee
mittee committee has enough evidence to
warrant further Investigation of
possible labor management 'con 'conclusion
clusion 'conclusion by Beck, .through Nathan
W. Shefferman, Beck's- nylon-and-deep-freeze-buying
3 Mideast nations
Already Assured Of
Ike 'Docirine' Aid
WASHINGTON, March 29
(UP) Presidential envoy James
P. Richards has made limited
commitments for the United
States to supply aid under the
Eisenhower Doctrine to at least
three Middle East nations, it
was learned today.
The promises have been made
to Turkey, Lebanon and Libya.
Informed sources said Rich Richards,
ards, Richards, now on a survey of the
Middle East, agreed the United
States will supply new military
and economic aid to these three
countries. The exact amounts
pledged' are a closely guarded se secret.
cret. secret. Authorities said the govern
ment does not want the amount 1
set for any one nation made
public until Richards completes
his survey. Before he returns to
this country he is expected to
stop at every nation of the re regionIncluding
gionIncluding regionIncluding Egypt and Sy Syria
ria Syria to explain the Eisenhower
The "Doctrine approved by
Congress and signed by Presi President
dent President Eisenhower, expresses U.S.
readiness to use armed force if
necessary to comabt Any Com Communist
munist Communist aggression In the Middle
East: It also calls for econpmic
and military aid to strengthen of a license. Imposition of sen sen-Mideast
Mideast sen-Mideast nations to resist any tence was suspended for his fail fail-Communist
Communist fail-Communist subversion. I ure to have a windshield sticker.
Of US Boys Who Joined Cuban Rebels;
HAVANA, March 29 (UP) A,Victor V Buehlman, 17, left theirj This W to' the assumption that j
k ak Unm.M f at i f nr ir wn'nimM Alt we I f
repenea looay 10 oe iryuig io orvnivii zasc d icu. i. ajm aim umuuv. - m
gotiate the-safe return of three; Ganrey are the sons of enlisted where. r "Y'
American teen-age boys-who nn men. Buehlraan's father is a com- A U.S. Embassy spokesman saia;
away from home to Join Cuban imander. the boys "certainly are a i touch
.... : i n p.u n n fi m...r.m. t.,, tn nin pti:.. h
k.i. in th. mmmi.ina nf Fnrn!
Cuba. . J
un Cnrtn,,. Dmi Carranlaa
archbishop of Santiago, is person-Ua the rebel army on March 4.1
ally directing attempts to contact; knit Cuban authorities say their,
the revolutionaries beaded by Fi-
del Castro, in the Sierra Maestra
Areooisnop reres neeouaiea
r- j .l
tin in Jul. i9si mfimr an onuc-
-cfiii aHarV m tha .rimirir
of the army garrison in Santiago!
by a rebel group led by Castro,
The boys. Charles E. Ryan Jr'concrete houM of a type not touna
II; llkaaei U GtrTcy, IS, and
Meanwhile pudgy Jamas R.
Hoffa, har apparent of,. Dave
Back as president of the giant
Teamsters Union, pleaded not
guilty today to charges ef trying
to bribe a Senate racket com committee
mittee committee investigator.
Miami attorney Hyman I. Fiscli Fiscli-bach,
bach, Fiscli-bach, a co-defendant, also entered
a plea of innocent.
Hoffa, a Teamster vicerpresident,
was indicted March 19 for allegedly
paying John Cye Cheasty. a form
er secret service agent, to get a job:
with the committee and feed him
information and secret data.
Amendment to Cover
WASHINGTON, March 29
(UP) president Eisenhower
called a White House meeting
today with congressional leaders
to discuss an administration administration-backed
backed administration-backed constitutional amend amendment
ment amendment covering presidential disa
The amendment woulcj permit
a disabled President to hand
over his powers temporarily to
the vice president.
President Elsenhower said at
his press conference this week
that he watned to confer with
congressional leaders to iron out
details of the administration
plan before submitting It to
Rep. Kenneth B. Keating,
ranking Republican on the
House Judiciary Committee; op opposes
poses opposes a constitutional amend amendment:
ment: amendment: He said last night he
would introduce a bill to estab establish
lish establish a "presidential inability
The 10 man commission,
headed by the vice president,
would decide when a President
was unable to carry out his du duties.
ties. duties. The vice president would
have no vote in the proceedings.
Amador Jose Sanjur, 38, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, had no driver's li license.
cense. license. His fine in Balboa Magis Magistrate's.
trate's. Magistrate's. Court was $5. He had
come into town from the Inte Interior,
rior, Interior, it appeared.
Antonio Nunez. 25, Pnim-
nian, was fined $10 for the lack
Th thr left notei teilinr their
parents not to worry about them,
Thw u tn have mliKled
present whereabouts is unknown.) naviag jeinea wie re Deis, me
A photograph distributed by the:spokesman said: "They are. run-,
reoei snowea ne oovs wearing,
oraBa new renw vniiurm, one
'h.u... u..1iKm fi.l w..r.ftiin
run. another a sub machinecun
and the third a rifle.
However, the photo showed the
boys standing before a modern
ia the isolated mountains.
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TRAIN MAROONED IN SNOW
Golden State Limited wait for
Ike Will Spend Weekend At Gettysburg VVitrrMarnieJ
Sickly President Plans Augusta Vacate
WASHINGTON. March 29 (UP)
President Eisenhower, still com
plaining of "bronchitis,' planned
to leave today for a restful week
end on his farm at Gettysburg,
The President, has not made, an
overnight isit to the farm since
last December.- -In
addition to getting a rest the
Officer to Face
PARRIS ISLAND, S. C. (UP) -The
Marine Corps today ordered
a general court-martial for an
officer accused of assaulting a
private who was a key witness
in another recent trial Vat this
recruit training base. -..
Maj. Ralph Wood, public infor information
mation information officer here, said "charges
against 1st Lt. William O. Conroy
of Queens, N.Y., have been re referred
ferred referred to a general court-martial
Wood said Conroy would be
charged with conduct unbecoming
an officer and a gentleman.
The charees resulted from an
alleged altercation involving Con Conroy
roy Conroy and Pvt David L. Porter of
Hartford, Vt., on the night of
March 13. The incident occurred
after Porter's charges against a
drill instructor had led to Conroy's
suspension from duty.
Porter was a key prosecution
witness in the recent maltreat maltreatment
ment maltreatment trial of Cpl. William R.
Walsh. He accused Walsh of strik striking
ing striking him in the head with some
instrument. Walsh was convicted
of illegally laying his hands on a
Conroy was the officer in charge
of Porter's recruit platoon and has
been suspended from these duties
since Feb. 9 as a result of the
investigation into Porter's charges
Porter claimed Conroy came to
his barracks on the night of March
13 and attacked him with his fists
A United Press reporter who saw
Porter the following day noticed
a bruise on the private's cheek.
Wood said no date had been set
for Conroy's trial. But under nor nor-ml
ml nor-ml circumstances, it would prob
ably begin within 10 days.
Conroy is the first officer to be
ordered court-martialed here since
the "death march" which resulted
in general coun maruu.iut o-og.
Matthew C. McKeon.last July.
Some 13 drill instructors nayej
been accusea ana. iriea iur uw
treating recruits since then,
I LITTLn 1
' A v.omon will look Tn o mirror
otmosf ony time except when she
1 pulling out of o parking place.
Guantanamoithe youths are not actually .in the
with the Castro mo Ye menu even
if they are not in the Sierra Mae'
Asaea wnetner me ooys wouia
lose their American citizenship for
awcy vut juu io uj
m oumr. i
triM . avmin0 Bf1vn(irrrarM,K. ;
le kids in search of adventure.
I All the three families are Ro
man Catholics and it was under-
stood the parent asfcetl Arcnuisn-
op rerex to lmerrene. ine sov.b
eminent approved ue move.
Some of the passengers I
rescuers after the tm
President will have a reunion with
Mrs. Eisenhower who has been at
the farm for two weeks. She went
to Gettysburg at the time Mr. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower left by Navy cruiser for
the Bahamas and Bermuda.
' The ocean voyage .may have
Caused some general improvement
in Mr. Eisenhower's condition. But
as late as yesterday afternoon he
was telling 'visitors i he: still was
bothered -with what he described
as bronchitis. His two-month-old
cough remained in some evidence.
He told his news conference, ear-
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it it-it They Got Caught With
Showing!., because one
little boy told the
aboard the 'Roclr. Islmdlinrt
lier this week he Wants to get som
His next chance for a holiday of
any duration apparently: will not
come until April 18 or 19 when he
is expected to go to Augusta, Ga.
During his -ocean trip the;, Presi President
dent President put son two '-pounds, bringing
him up to 170. Disclosure -that be
had gained brought to light the?
fact that his weight had gone down
to, 168 pounds- in recent weeks,
probably due to his continuing mo
aerate diet plus the effects, of Jbi
lingering .ynnter cold .' -v
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