The Panama American


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


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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Panama -- Panama


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

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PANAMA, It. P., MONDAY, APEIL 1, 1957"
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Saves Marihe?Flier

A Marin Corps pilot who had to bailout Into the
Pacific about 23 rnilea; from Balboar; this morning when
his plant developed engine' jtrouble," was reported to be safe

-and uninjured after' he was rescued by art Air.rorca
helicopter.' - ; ' ;
Radioing to the Albrook tower at '10:45 today that
his single-seater Marin :,Sky raider htd developed engine,
failure at 4000 feet, the pilot, 2nd Lt John C. Carlson,
, bailed "out In the ocean! ' K 1

Carlson is v attached to the
; 824th Marine. Attack Squadron
' of Miami, Florida now engaged
: In. training maneuvers at Coco
Solo.. 1
,? Four pilots from the .same out
; fit died two weeks ago In plane
crashes while on routine flights
In the area. r
-The Marine pilot hit the wa water
ter water at 10:48. At 1U15 an Albrook
helicopter had reached him,
and capt. Charles Du' Pont op
erating the copter's rescue hoiat
lift, pulled the downed Marine
out of the water. He was unin uninjured,
jured, uninjured, r t Arf-''';
The Air Force helicopter, at attached
tached attached to the 5700 Operation
Squadron got off the ground
seven minutes "after receiving
word of the ditched plane.
On March 45, a Marine Corps
pilot from the same outfit died
Cc .Tslxs
J:I la Vciisidiy
7.1 f -! -;:ri Cily
' t March...
meeting of
i,. in !'""
- i. h iuool, Aucii-
t .inrsdsv, at 4:30 P tn.
I, a Le poatpon-
i c( o Gov. 1 utter had to sp-
i ,r before the House Approprta
t ons Committee in Washington
at the time originally '! scheduled
for the Community Conference
. Among the items on the agenda
re a discussion or a request
the Rainbow City Civic Council for
a bus sneiter on ttanaoipo noaa
adjacent to the first" aid station;
tiip. results of an investigation oi
complaints on the type paint used
to taint the interiors of -some
houses in Paraiso; and reports on
the status of concreting basements
at Santa Crus.and, Rainbow City,
i-ty wii vjwi ;
Ini!::iOI Cruise
-, LONDON.' ADril- l fUP) Brit
tin has tcrabDed Dlans to build a
42,000,000 dollar vcruiser firing
guided missiles instead ei snens,
a London newspaper reported to
day.. ::,,iv,.i;"
fxrd Beaverbreok's Daily Ex
press said .the Admiralty had
scrapped the plans for building the
15,000 r ton cruiser in. favor of
building a 'per-destroyer ctp.
able of tiring guided missiles.
Secret trials were te 'have been
held later this year, had construc construction
tion construction of N the- cruiser been proceed proceeded
ed proceeded with, the Express said. ..
Naval reporter W. A. Crumley's
tiory said the new super-destroy-r"
will be capable of firing atom atomic
ic atomic ship to shore missiles-

Ccco Sc!o Inflrnai7 Overflows With
: -... -. --- .!.- --; : ..
9-9 wm B r t I W mm mm

ricciiinj i o uonaie uiooa i o teuow

The infirmary: at the Coco Soto
Kaval Base overflowed with Ma
rmes willing to volunteer their
Mood in an effort to save the life
going a
Caesarian operation re-
Of nearly 40 volunteers from the
visiting Provisional Marine A I r-
craft Group and the Second Guard
Detachment, 17 were driven to
the Coco Sole Hospital where S-
Srt. Room i. O Uonnell's wile,
Maurren. was about to have a ba ball
ll ball v. All four of the Marines select
ed to donate Hoed at the hospital
were from O'Donnell s ewa unit,
the gutrd detachment stationed
here. : '. -(
Mrs. O'DonnelT was reported do-i-
well after transfusions of the
c mated blood. Given a one-ia a a-iHounml
iHounml a-iHounml chance of living, the O'-
rcnneU's baby daughter, Cathleen
);ry. was last reported improv improving
ing improving greafcy.
W he htp'tl" notified 0'
roif I Ht it did not have e-feve-H
"O" type bloed aveilable
tr te errtrfney, e called
it irritrt m4 the guard de

324 Sqi-cL'rcn

when his plane, also a Skyraid Skyraid-er,
er, Skyraid-er, crash-landed In the Caribbean.-,"
Two days earlier 'three men
from the same -outfit died when
their helicopter crashed at the
.. T 1 I 1 "J. Ve?.a?" w"5;Reinon assassination case,

been on a test flight. - i
lnloxicl:d 7cni2n
? A repentant' woman faced.. the
Balboa Magistrate today to plead
not guilty' to a charge of intoxica
tion because" she said she was
"too drunk to, remember-, what
happened." y j .. 1
The 20-year old Panamanian
woman, Marcela Fonseca, told the
court; she had to -plead not guilty
because she didn't know', what
happened early Saturday morning
on Balboa Road. '
Marcela, clad in a sheer blouse
under which she seemed to be
wearing very little, Was reported
staggering around near .the ferry
entrance. A policeman who was
clnvit' l,v saw r put her hand
T' rfav in cour '"' he esl-
wu nerwhy th didn't S, 9ck
tePanama, i whieN she' repli'
mi: ; "'" is -''iv-; VtT'
. s ?Ye eraiy? The Panama pe-:
flee would arrest jne very quicks
If I did.V :vvjrf.'
The uoliceman' then told her
that he,' was; turning' bis car, -round
and when he drove hack he
warned her, "If you're not gone
when T come,- back, i 1 ;..rrest
On his return,1 there was the de
fendant, staggering slightly, ..and
stul flagging down cars.- ne put
her into the police car then and
said there was a etrorig odor of
alcohol about her. At the station
she was so intoxicated-, he testi
fied today,; that sbeCidd barely
stand up v '?
The woman.' who said she bad
not been cmoloved for over three
5 ears asked the court for a break;
udge' Demng placed her on one
eyar proDauon aner imyjuuii .v
suspended sentence, v
",' I. ', i I. I I i. .V
Ojscdr Winner Says
He DidhYvWrite
Winning Script
HOLLYWOdb.' April 1 (UP)
Academy, award -winner Robert
Rich has declared he is not the
author f the movie script that
won him an Oscar last week. A
flustered spokesman for the Aca
demy of Motion Picture Arts and
Sciences said now they don't know
who wrote the script for "The
Brave One- However, he said
the Academy will hold the Oscar
until the mixup can be straighten straightened
ed straightened out. ij. -i-s v ;
tachment fee ale).
i lusg do cnances, me- delacn
mem, in ium. requested more
volunteers from 'he ,'rovisional
Marine Aircraft Group (compos (composed
ed (composed of unite from Miami. Fla and
Cherry Point, NX.) now on Ca
ribbean maneuvers, and operating
from deactivated ; France Air
Force Base, edtacent the Naval
SUtioa here. The generous Leath-


NEW YORK; April 1' (UP)
This, friends, is the beginning ofl
tne LZin annuai rsuomi Laueh
Meek, so please unpckl your
puss, II even only momentarily.
out ef respect for all the dead
jokes lying around in eur midst.
Ana from the host of comedians
who have been chopped up and
sent down the drain by the deadly
airr-osa! ur!t known as TV.
We might as well hefce H ue
a imle en this fine All-Feeif'
Dtv, even rhevoS the ey e he
ffvHtw, th kneeslep hewler.


POLICE authorities have estab
lished the existence of Panama
nian corn -WilliamrCampbell'who
attorney Nicolas Perez declared
he was told took part in the 1955
assassination of President Remon.
The Civil Registry employe who
handed Campbell his cedula (cit-
lzensnip laentiiiecation paoeuY told
ponce mat Hamilton Hernandez.
wna laemmea a Picture ei cam n.
bell as ms (Hernandez') Dhoto-
graph, bears s "' strong resem
blance to alleged assassin,' but is
amerent in size and general phy
Sical outlines. v
The attorney said in a sworn
statement-that a U.S. citizen he
Identifies as Adolfe Hans con
fested te him that he end Camp,
ball killed the ." late President
with a Japanese-made Hotchkist
type machineoun. .;V '.V
Detectives are trying 'to locate
Campbell, who Peres, says was
probably 'scared into biding by
recent newspaper report of

."."'". developments in the
1 rl1 S Remon assassination case.

Members of the; Panama Taxi
Drivers Union met yesterday "and
dismissed their entire board of
off ciers for "abuse of authority"
and other violations of the union's
constitution. ; I-' ;.,
The resolution, firing the board
Calls for another general assem
bly at which the charges will be
aired and the officers will be ai
lowed to speak In their own de
fense. Jj,. M y. .,-'f: r fx.
' Columnist editor Fabian Velar
de Jr.. of El Dia today warned of
a piot ''against the presuee and
stability of the administration of
President de la Guardia".
. Velarde said the plot consists of
spreaamg the .idea both. locally
and abroad, that Mr. de la Guar
dia heads- a pro-Communist gov government.
ernment. government. i' V'' M""
The plotters will use any' past
Connection, regardless of how re
mote, that members f his admin
istratioa may have had with Com
munists or with-Partulo del Pue-
hln to spread the H s. VMarrfe
wuie ,in !,,s ,cujumii '"Alcdiodia
1 Ht adud that the tletters will
lntniy their campaign within
few weeka when "Yeolh Fes-'
lival"'ls acheduled te get under'
way In Aguadwlce. The festival
has been denounced by the
nion ef University Student i-Vee
Cemmwnist-lnspireid end domf domf-nated.
nated. domf-nated. -'A
. If' President de la Guardia' pre prevents
vents prevents the conference from bemg
neia ior tear that if will be in
fluenced by the. Communist lean
ings of lu leaders he will be ac
cused of restricting freedom of as
tembly. If he allows the festival
to be held, the plotters will be able
to justify the pro-Communist la
bel, Velarde said. (
The column was headed "Care "Careful
ful "Careful Mr, President.' .'V i
The pastor of St.. John Baptiste
de La Salle Church: in Bio Abajo
was attacked during mass yester yesterday
day yesterday by two drunks who had wand wandered
ered wandered into thechurch from a broth brothel
el brothel located almost across the street
from the church. :
' According te the tabloid; La
Hera, the men : attacked- the
priest with their lists when be
called their attention te the fact
that they were talking tee loudly
end disrupting the service. Pee Pee-pie
pie Pee-pie attending mass had te come
e the aid ef the priest. v 4
La Hora said the attack nrnvid.
co even more lusimcauon 4or a
cuurcn ana ; press campaign-' a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the operation of the Cafe
tuna brothel in such close proxi
mtty to the church. r
The same tabloid predicted to today
day today that three would be arrested
tor arson in connection with last
week's fire which burned down
several establishments in the mr.
ket area of Panama City. 7
Leatherneclcs f
m m . :
Marine's Wife
(ernecks volunteered many
ftior blnnd than artt b.wIajI
tn addition to the initial araun
of Marine volunteers, others called
the hospital asking If Mrs. O'Doo O'Doo-nell
nell O'Doo-nell needed anymore blood. They1
had to be turned down. The Ma Marines
rines Marines selected to donate bloed
werei Cpl. R. E. Redfem, Pfc. P.
w. ma pee, and Privates C. G. Wil Wilson
son Wilson and S. N. McDanieL t
and the belly laveh seems re
have been supplanted by the day
ef the sedate implesive, chuckle.
Incidentally, you're probably
Turning to know wbat an April
Fool waa called in Scotland In the
lsth Century. An April-gowk,
that's whst be was.
Gowk? That's a bird the cuck
oo. And sending a person on s
fool's errand, was called "bunting
the aowkJ
Now this is the story of the man
who always made the- wrong
Ssmethrece O. Summtrj or
was his name. But te the few

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THE U.S.S. CORAL SEAi ayflved In Balboa, Canar'ione', yester-s'
day for a three day visif En 'route to the west coast "of the
United States the Coral Sea will depart Balboa' Wednesday."
'i- 'v v-ri'. -:-,y-tr v,-vtOfficlal fJ3N Photo),
-vV ;; ; ;. j. -.

Coral bea btops
one of the ..' world'
strongest and speediest aircraft
carriers, tne van uorai Be- i
rived in Balboa yesterday, moor
too; at pier 18 for a threelay-
yisit to the Canal Zone area." ;
The Coral Sea is under ine
command of Capt. Joseph A.
jaap, USN. --,
The Coral Sea is en route-" to
Bremerton, Washington, where
she will be inactivated for con conversion.
version. conversion.
For the past six years the big
carrier has been engaged in nu numerous
merous numerous cruises to the Mediter
ranean, being assigned from
her' parent command, Com Commander
mander Commander Air Force U.S. Atlantic,
Fleet, to Commander' dth Flett
for five and six month opera
tions with task croups in the
Mediterranean, visiting every
major port in that area of the
world as an ambassador of good goodwill.
will. goodwill. .'; ,
Since br commissioning Co Coral
ral Coral Sea has remained a unit of
the U43. Atlantic Fleet, spend spending;
ing; spending; more than half of this acr
tlve duty time at sea. ; v ; i
ine purac, uwui
might well describe the
Sea.. :
Over 10,000 meals are served
dailylarge modern laundries
xtar r Rradv. an ArmV -ser-
reant was fined $100 in the Bal-
boa Magistrate's court today on
a charge of drunken driving. The
20-year-old American waa pick picked
ed picked up on oaiUard Highway ear ear-hr
hr ear-hr yesterday morning while
driving his MO sporU car to towards
wards towards Clayton.
-The arresting officer stated
that the sergeant was driving
in an erratic manner and later
at the Balboa Station he failed
to pass the sobriety test.
knew him
known as
Many years
ago, Sam was a
theatrical producer. In New York,
auditioning hopeful young actors
for a forthcoming production.-
The choice narrowed te twe un unknowns:
knowns: unknowns: John Barrymore and Rod Rodney
ney Rodney Arbuthitis. Sam chose Rod Rodney
ney Rodney and the play flopped forth forthwith
with forthwith Barrymore went on to fame
with another producer.
Sam's next venture was e mo
icel which depended for survi.
val en a fine cemedien. em he
had a theice of unknewns, Will

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-Over In
provide weekly service for every
man; tobacco, toilet articles and

gift merchandise are sold In, day was fined $100 and sentenc sentenc-tbxee
tbxee sentenc-tbxee ship's stores; two barber ed to spend five days in jail aft-

fiops opera te iuu time; ana a er he .was iouna gumy ul
scXla fountain function as 'th,' drunken driving by thej Balboa
corner drug; store." I Magistrate. ji
But more than material needs! The American off ender,-Les-are
cared for aboard the ship, iter Tow. 68, pleaded guilty lo

Her liorary, raaio station, two,tn cnrge ,wiwu

newspapers, an excellent band,
mgntiy movies, and dmne serv
Ices conducted by two chaplains,
contriDute to tne varied and
complete life of those who live
and work; aboard. .'
The ship will depart from Bal Balboa
boa Balboa on Wednesday.
Vcslern Obsenrcfs
To H-Bomb fesling;
LONDON. April 1 (UPV -Prime
Minister Harold Macmillan an-

onralloounced in Parliament today that

ne uas uvea ui unitea silica,
Canada,-Australia and New Zea Zealand
land Zealand to send observers to the Brit British
ish British H-ome test at Christmas Is Island.
land. Island. '-
. He said the invitations cover '.a
small number of officials."
1 Macmillan made his statement
in reply to a question out by So Socialists
cialists Socialists Member- H. Hyodt- who
then asked if tne press also would
be invited. The Primer Minister
replied, "I will consider thiL" v. ;
t :-.-. -
: Supply Minister Aubrey Jones
two weeks ago said tie press
would be retreseeted if accomo
dations could be arranged in irmc.
Macmillan -was In Bermuda for
his Summit Conference with Pres President
ident President .Eisenhower at that time.
Reeers er Walter Lenberry.
end watched Ms tnuwcai fed I
sf. I
After a few experiences like that. I
Mntivwand ta trv hii
luck at pictures. -
After months ef casting around
among young sprouts for the male!
lead of his first venture, the di-j
rector finally saw: Sam. Moss
hke it's between this bey Uari
Gable and tht otter imkocwa, Je Je-lius
lius Je-lius Appleknocker Jr." Sam took
Shortlv afterward, be decided-
Hollywood was not for him, a de
cision given UEpeiia cj uaw

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Athletic Beliefs
' s i
Of Balboa Fathers
Backfire In Court
, '- .,
Two Balboa men, one of them a
schoolteacher, who b e l i e v e in
training their boys in the art of
self-defense had their teachings
backfire as they wound up in
It all started when the defend defendant,
ant, defendant, Lester Hummel, a 41-year-old
Balboa Junior High Teacher notic noticed
ed noticed his "son being choked by a
neighborhood boy, Michael Mack,
outside their homes in Balboa.' He
said his son was turning -colors
from Mack's stranglehold.
Stepping in'te step the boys
from fighting yesterday after-,
noon, he smacked bath his own
on and young Mack,- : .
' A charge of battery against him
was filed today by the other boy's
father, Joseph A. Mack. '.
It was brought out that both
men believe in teaching their boys
bow to defend themselves.
In court today the complaning
witness told the Judge,' "I'll' ac-,
cept his (the defendant's); apology
and take back the charge."
To which Balboa Magistrate
John E. Deming replied that it
was too late to do that once the
complaint was filed., it.
: He blamed the Incident, and
the subsequent filing ef the com complaint
plaint complaint en "poor judgment," and
added:" VThis shouldn't; have
happened, but It did.
After "fining Hummel $15, 'the
Judge called both men into his
private chambers. When they left,
thev shook hands with each other
and appeared, to have been. reconJ
ClJ(Hl. .. .' "-:-:! .i : .-
" Calling the-court back into c-
sionthe Judge withdrew the ori
ginal $15 fine, and placed Huem Huem-mel
mel Huem-mel On 4 suspended' sentence for
a period of p days; ;
PaysSecond Fide
For Drunk Driving
A' retired Army sergeant' to-
rnnvirtion for drunk drlvlTlK.
: An arrestlnsr officer, who fol followed
lowed followed the defendant's car for a
distance from Bruja Road near
Cocoli to the Mlraf lores,. Bridge,
reported the car was J moving
slowly, and weaving along the
road. .'.- v
When, the policeman .honked
bis born and asked the -driver
for his license, he couldn't pro
duce one. The officer men iook
Yow to the police station where
the defendant failed to pass the
sobriety test.
Yow told Dollce he had start
ed drinking at 8 a.m. Sunday
and jult at about The de defendant
fendant defendant was apprehended at
4:30 p.m. He is toted as a resi resident
dent resident of Panama.
Blown Fuse Causes
Short Blackout
Over TV Network
- -
. CFN-TV went off the air just be before
fore before 11 a m. Saturday for a short
time because a main fuse blew out
oa tne An coo am. vansmuicr.
nlQurters. US Army Carib
bean reported today that Cbaanel
10 cm the Atlantic side was off the
air for IS minutes' while Pacifie Pacifie-side
side Pacifie-side viewers found their seta were
off for one hour.
Repairs were made, and the
ststions are functioning properly


lauehs from the boxoffice.
Back In New York He iickeet
Suie Gev eve Efh Mermen.
Disbearteeed, be decided to try
Hollvwoad eoce more. His secre-
tsry informed bim be eaiMUkj
either Transcontraent or Skyhlgn
Sam chose Skyhtgh. Over the
Kocaies ue piane ormn m nm.n.
three engines conked out, sad
things looked grim.
m went te tne pM. "Tee."
he Mid. "I'm wnefs wrene here.
If I can Kit ft e ereehwre
end set out ef here I'm sure
ywu'U be ."

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March Operation

By 123

More vessels went through the Panama Canal .dur .during
ing .during March than during any month in the history of tht
waterway, according to figures compiled at Balboa
Heights today. t
During the month a total of 981 vessels, lam- nnA

small, commercial and government, used the waterway.
This is 123 more than the figure of 858 for last De December.
cember. December. .' t V
Total transits of 840 ocean-'goginq commercial and

government vessels of 300 tons or over broke the previ previous
ous previous record of 780, set in May, 1953, by 60, ,
The March transits of 808 ocean-aoina eflmmerr-lfll'

ships of 300 tons or over broke

ser lasr uecemoer, by 5.

The following table of comparative figurgs for March
and last December was provided today by tht Marin

Bureau: :,
Ocean-goins; commercial
, of 300 ,tont or ovir,
Small commercial
$rnall U.S. Goivgrrtment '
't.ind free transits
Total transits

During March', lockages averaged 24.64 ner day: for Decent,

ber, the lockage daUy averare was 22.98 ships. :.j
Daring March, 84 clear-Cut ships transited the Panama Ca Canal;
nal; Canal; in December, clear-Cnt ships totalled 82.

Narcotocs Expert Says Adams Gave
Widow 30 Times Normal Heroin Dose

LONDON, v April 1 -(UP) Dr.
John Bodkin t Adams save a
wealthy widowed patient injec injections
tions injections of henoln as high as 30
times' the Jtccepted maximum
dose in the last five days of her
life, a 'narcotics specialist testi testified
fied testified today.
Dr. Arthur Doutnwaue, me
Crown's chief medical witness
and an International authority
On narcotics, made his state statements
ments statements as the murder trial of Dr.
Adams entered its third week in
Old Bailey criminal court.
Douthwalte. said thatv from
Nov. 8, 1950; until her death on
Nov. U, 1950, 81-year-old Mrs.
Edith Alice Morrell we Teeeiv-,
lng massive doses of narcotics.
' On Nov. 8, he said, she got 12
times the maximum dose of he heroin
roin heroin and eight times the normal
dose of morphia.
On- Nov. ', he said she had
nine times the' normal dose of
mornhta and nine times the
maximum dose of heroin.
n Un. in h. u h had 24
toes the'mwlraum dose of he
roln and four times the normal
dose at morohta
dose Ol morpnia.
On Nov. 11, e said the total
administered was 30 times the
normal dose of heroin, plus 14!
times the normal dose of mor
On the 12th. be said she had
eight times the normal dose of
morphia and 12 times the max maximum
imum maximum dose of heroin.,
i i r 1
'According to previous testi testimony,
mony, testimony, Mrs. Worrell was forced
into narcotics ,' addiction by
treatment she received after
having suffered a stroke. v
The crew chief pointed te twe
parachutes, one white, one yellow.
Sara chose the white one dived out.
Instantly the plane steadied, the
engines came to life.
Sam pulled the npcord. It came
off in His land
- "St.- Francis
Save me?
A large hand came out ef a
ckmd and caoght Dim in mid-drep.
"Ob, SL Francis, I knew you'd
save me," breathed Sam.
And then he beard a stera voice
from ahove: I
"St. Francis Xavier. or St Fau Faucis
cis Faucis ef AssiMi?




the previous record off 751;
. f
v 1 -
'!.vi., i 808 751
98 70
. 43
It was not estimated In court,
however, what dosage an addict
could withstand.
' Or. Douthwaita said none of
the narcotic injections by them themselves
selves themselves could have killed the pa.
tlent. But he said that in W
opinion she died from an accu accumulation,
mulation, accumulation,
IslVr lea
mw III iiw'4ii-I
Affer Brief Ilbsss.V.-
William T TTl. r-
Panama .Cnal deoirty- collector,
died last night at 8 ocla in Gor
gas Hospitai after a brief illness.
He was fit mn nid
Halvosa cam ta th i,thm. tl
1913 anifwas emnloved' as pW-
with the 'IstlmUai Canal Commie-
jon. Ha w trastfem te the
Osaal the following year
l,D! ,n U1 de. a deputy
MllertOT Accounting .Divi-
'sion. .w- ., v .
- s - ;
He was retired from the Canal
hss been miking bis home oa the
Isthmus -; ,t,
Mr. Halvoss is survived by hi i
son William T. Jr.. who is post,
master at the Diablo Heights pet
office; and a brother' George Kal Kal-vosa,
vosa, Kal-vosa, of Barry, Vermont.
The remains will be sent te Br Br-ry,
ry, Br-ry, where funeral services will r
held and interment will take place
in the Hope Cemetery.
James town Begins
Ceremony Marking
Colony's Founding
JAMESTOWN, Va" April 1 -(
UP Virginia officials sre he
ing ceremonies at Jamestown ;
day to mark the beginning ef
festival celebrating the fonmiir;
the little English colony y
'Some 200.000 tourists inc'
ins Queen Eliza bth are
ed to visit the his'orie spot b
the end ef the eht-mon'.a i


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planner. . -'.
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xpreuod in letter from rOfdera.


frf -fit have lust returned to tne

i' three years. 1 api here on a visit. The job I tpoic in tne
' Stages on, leavinK here turned out to be quite satisfactory and
Jl' j amearnlnR more money there than I did here
Nevertheless on returning, l find myself wlshtag that I were
2':!istUl here-'of that I had the courage to pull'up stakes one more
51 'time and return. That is if I could find a Job. -'A
' there "h somethlni? about life In the Zone that Is most at
j;iracUve;'One does nof realize it until one has given It away
r -It ls-noVthat it Is a lazy life as some of my friends at home
' think htn I talk this way. Actually I was always busier here
j.VhldamhOTe 'social life for one thing. Because we had' a
I: ed rojSonsible maid to help care for. our children we could

go out whenever we wanted. Onefeeis e.wV,V
toll one' children with many of the "babysitters in the States.
You may wonder why I am writing this letter. Let me tell
vou When I was here before I was a constant reader of your
mil K'olumn and it was always filled with gripings against
the' Administration, the Commissaries and everything in connec connection
tion connection -with the Zone. I don't know if It isflf.ulaatvew.aty he;
. sMms ti Vie a eood Joe. and I navent neara

. -many complaints since I'w been

Perhaps zonians are dcruiuuik ,. II -,v.n vn
i'bad place to Uve. My advice to them is 'Ttajoy it while you
v r n niCc t niVin von, leave."

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v.rnpH.nst which contests are going

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as well. TutAT in nn each day's broadcasting
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, day in the week.

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Come on fellows, let's get on


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heartn her again.



da. I would Hke to find a Cub In your country to exchange letters
with I would like to hear all about Cubs in Panama and the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, and to tell him about Cubs here In Canada.
Erie Ecanian,
57 Amroth Avenue,
Toronto, Ontario,

I am a member or tne iowin




canai one aiier an mw,
tv nHnt.
uki ""VIps the highlights
t.. n.ti.ioriv intrestinn now
son is nearly upon us.
w V"Z'J .,.
rirw. hut this information
th. ball
1-w what time thebaU games
ion hours at a stretcn wun
program, for each and every
wv, part aiid parcel of Araer-
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Pulse' of llrt'ffe, neea ior in
T h. nwrt for increaro
nntinrmr ana eu ""'
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. v,ndrMimin and the g
r all non-resiaenis 01 me tauw
- after January 17
the ball. Waltlnf
H necessary t com-
essmV'1 Ella i, definitely
T.vmrm nr The Pelvis. Ella IS in
a rsn Tinn
looking forward very
much to
A-Tiskat, A-Tasket
wou iuu

One's faith in modern sciontr
fie invoitigation is jolted by the
failure of the Senate to toll us
if the .4I tho Teamators
pent en diopor wore for Dave
Bock or Davo Bock, Jr. And
thoro is $2.31 for a "thingama "thingama-jig"
jig" "thingama-jig" for Junior' camera. And
no one in the austere chamber,
soomod to know whet "knee "knee-drawer"
drawer" "knee-drawer" are.
But there Is always cold logic.
Falling back on this final weapon
in the "war ol the bulging brief
cases, we can at least discover the
reason for one item $8 for a
broken dental plate with which
Seek arrived In Chicago some
years back.' Apparently his suffer-
ing resuiiea irom punuig iuu Dig
T 1 . 1 1. 1
a bite- on toe Teamsters' treasvxy.
It is saddening, ana noisome
too, to discover the petty cash
measure of the man we are fight
ing. Always we thought him an
oere. but now we nna mm sung
sized in pretensions only. There
was the moment when he arnv
ed in Italv. back in 1953.
His entourage was as well
rounded as the bank-roll his union
till provided. Word went out that
'The Man" of American labor had
come to" save western civilization
in the time he could spare from
shipping for ties and dressing
eowns. Fresh he was from Visits
with Prime Ministers.
Finally he had a moment for
sionor auilio Pastore. slender lit
Ue leader of the fightingest bunch
of anti-Communist union men you
have ever sat with. Beck and re
tinue arrived at the humble office
from, which a small band of men
fight the powerful oommunisi
Party 01 Italy, wnicn is equipped
with a 90,000 -. man underground
. Imperiously Beck turned to a
translator and barked: "Ask him
how much money it will toko t
fight tho Soviet Union through
out Italy."
Pastore had not been bluffed
even by stronger winds. He picked
un a pencil, sardonically jotted
some figure dowa and said meei meei-iv
iv meei-iv in the American tycoon:
"Knm Brother Beck."
Mr. Tycoon nodded. Mere' baga-
tflll. The money would be there.
Th interview ended. Beck -went
nut tn find more foulards.
It wasn't that- Beck diani De De-lieve
lieve De-lieve that NATO, or our diplomatic
. I rm I..1,IM I
corps, or ouraroouc iuvf"
couldnt do the trick. It was just
rv niitilne all other lorces in
their proper perspective.
i iu wit at vnu fuiiKL uiiuei oiauu
v,nnt nam Beck and many 01
v .
t.i rnnnri htm. rnera is an im
Lperiousnesa, i anowieago
fthere is no accounting to 1 any other
force. t xt; '-
What Bock Mid to Signer Pas Pas-toro
toro Pas-toro wa merely a little speech
to hi entourage Intorprotod a
moaning, I, Dave Bock, could
givo him tho 1M00,000, IF
wanted to. Who would stop) me?
Who, indeed? Who stopped him
from (pending .M of tho, union a
money for diperT
That's the big issued in this
probe. How do you separate his
kind from passionate personal i i-dentificsiion
dentificsiion i-dentificsiion with the union s trea treasury?
sury? treasury? It's been the issoe ever since
we first began chronicling Beck
more than 10 years, ago and dis discovered
covered discovered 1 bad a powerful 28-man
publicity force on the west coast
alone. Tere were also publicists
in the east and a neiwora dum
up by his friend, Nate Sbefferman,
to put Beck in the best circles at
the best prices.
It took' big money to pay for all
this mo&tiy Teamster Union
money iit one fashion or another.
Now President Eisenhower him himself
self himself says there ought to be a law
guaranteeing accountability to
someone. 1 find mat tne labor
leaders who are horrified by Dave
Beck'i borrowings and knee draw-,
ers agree with Mr. Eisenhower.
They soy, however, it will be
mighty difficult to draw up such
a law. .Hew can you legislate -way
the arrogance of a Frank
How are you going to frame a
law which would prevent this west western
ern western Teamster from saying that be
was paid by the union's insurance
broker not for. forwarding busi
ness to the insurance man, but
for walking the insurance brok broker's
er's broker's horses at 4:30 a.m.? How can
you devise laws which would break
up a partnership such as the one
In which Beck dealt warmly with
Nat Shefferman's clients, and Shef
fermah paid for Beck's "tningama "tningama-jigs."
jigs." "tningama-jigs." 1
Since moral law is obviously not
enough, there can and will be a
law which will make public all in income
come income and expenses of labor chiefs
directly and Indirectly from the
unions. The Justice Dept. has as
signed men to work on this. The
honest labor men win back it Irs
not much. But it's a start.

Labor News
' And
Comment ;


Walter Winchell

Vivienne Nearing. who defeated
Charles Van Doren on "21," isn't
the only brainy staffer on the War
ners payroll. Actress Joanna
Barnes Is completing a nove. She
was a Phi Beta Kappa at Smith.
.Jackie Gleason keeps telling
.Jackie Gleason keens telling
associates that he doesn t plan to
work next year. This is what bap
Dens when you, JJave-It-Made. .
Mike Wallace's stati 11 noperui
that Alger Hiss will be his opening
guestar when the program trans
fers networks. All Hiss can get is
the worst of it. t. Desilu director
Jerry xnorpe ana ; irs. jinorpe
will image in June. ,. .That t tee
vee-fUm studio Uesi a ju u c yj
taught Hollywood a lesson in pros
pemy ubi yeax-wueu u uiw
000.000. Still the talk of the trader.
. .Lvnn Fontanne and Alfred
I.unt for the film version of best
seUer "Peyton Place"?. . We
can't imagine it. .They have too
much class. .Overheard about
Artie Shaw's 8th marriage: "His
weddings bore' me" . "Appa
rently they bore him, tool"
Rod Buttons (rated washed up
by Broadway knockers) Has tne
pcnnrt moat important role in
Jnsh Loess's film. "Sayonara
Man readers, rate "Kelly" the
miut attractive .character.
Great break ior Buttons, whose
B'way friends out front at the Co-
pa last year ousteo. nun ou wiiu:
"' made the cycle. Now he's
back In the cellar" ..Swell fea feature,
ture, feature, atorv if true: Pauline Black,
ugiiir of the late George Black
(Britain's top legit theater show showman),
man), showman), infceritad a two hundred hundred-million
million hundred-million dollar estate. But she still
works as receptionist ($75 per) at
Larry Mathews beauty salon in
Times Square. '. In Llndy's they
were gabbing about Cholly Van
Dorm signing with a booking a a-gent.
gent. a-gent. Said one: "He's getting
smart". . "You mean' retorted
another, "he's getting stupidl"
That songwriters havo been pi pirating
rating pirating Calypsos is no secret. How However,
ever, However, "Rum and Coca-Cola" was
copyrighted by a Trinidad publish publisher,
er, publisher, who sued and collected the en-,
tire loot from that long-ago hit hit-Both
Both hit-Both Morey Amsterdam and his
B'wsy publisher didnt get one
Yonkey Dolla. .-.The Stanley-Warner
managerment Is being sued
by Irste parents of a kid brutally
beaten during the showing of a
Rock "n Roll picture in Phda. .
Well folks, this is the skewp
you've been waiting for: Johnny
Barracuda (star at the Calypsn
Room) skidded on a banana peel
snd wound up at St. Vincent's
Hospital. The Duke of Iron, anoth another
er another Banana Boatmen, subbed. .
"The Lion's Share," a history of
MGU and Its stars (due April 8),
is crswded with drama. The au author
thor author is Bosley Crowther, film cri critic
tic critic for the N. Y. Times. A top top-drawer
drawer top-drawer job of the MGMplre. T
Tho Mot Opera sot Is breath breath-re
re breath-re about the news from Milan.



Got to Give Till It

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of La Scale's loading bas
sos, Nicola Rossi Lemoni hoard
at the Mot), appeared happily
wed to Victoria, tho daughter of
famed Conductor Tulllo Serafin.
Ho suddenly divorced her in
Mexico. ; .insiders suspect the
reason: To marry Virginia Zee.
ni, very pretty soprano at La
Scale. .Prince Sorgo Obolon Obolon-sky's
sky's Obolon-sky's daughter Sylvia s3w rolls
Now York's ehle Avenues wear wear-ing
ing wear-ing slacks. Her late mother was
society's Alice Aster Jorlmf
Zerb is up to bore in reasearch
on 1.o life and loves of Moddom
DuBarry. He Is writing a tome
about the old v gl. . Although
they've, boon seeing each other
a lot, intimate, do aot think
young ex-King Simoon of BuJoa-
i rla will marry Egypt's Print
'i Ferial UFetfuk's dghtrl by
; Wife No? f; Rellgon Is the fcaifr
rier. He's Orthodox. She's Mo Mohammedan.
hammedan. Mohammedan. "Babv Don." the Tenn. Williams
film smash, was one of 5 short
plays he wrote, in 1946. A few
years ago It was half of a Broad
way show-the half t h at got
raves. Its title then was "27 Wa Wagons
gons Wagons Full of Cotton". . From
snort piay to one-acter to movie
click in 10 years. And "Baby Doll"
still sucks her thumb... Eva Bar
tok of "S30.00 Bedrooms" (star
ring Dean Martin) has the loveli
est eyes. Her ex-husband, Alexan Alexander
der Alexander Paal, a top photographer-producer,
photographed them for the
top of his stationery. . Dan Ev
ans, a handsome San Francisco
chap, was spotted by a 20th Cen
tury-Fox exec in a movie audi
ence recently. The exec reported
the meeting next lunch-time to
veteran showman Al Lichtmann.
adding: "He looks like Ty Power'1
.Sign him!" ordered Al. "When
we signed Ty Power he couldnt
The Platters, a group of singers
who have sold over 15 million re recordings,
cordings, recordings, have typical show biz
biogs. Tony William washed cars
In Los Angeles. David Lunch was
fighter. Paul Kobi was a door
man. Zola Taylor was a typist
and Herbert Reed parked cars.
Next stop: The London Palladium,
April 29. . Ivan Goff and Ben
Roberts Hollywood scriptwriters,
will have a new play, "Tho Cam Camel
el Camel Bell," on B'way next season.
Their first in ten years since "Por
trait in Black". .Eddie Foy,
3rd current heart-throb is Cath Catherine
erine Catherine Maley of the Arthur Murray
staff. . Mission Soda has signed
Mickey Mantle ss their press a a-gent
gent a-gent during the Winter months. .
Gene Baylos plays a return book booking
ing booking at the Copa April 22. The star
will be Sammy Davis, Jr. Po Positively
sitively Positively surefre show ..Clare
Booth Luce decided on the Gish
Sisters for her new play after
catching them In a touring troupe
of "The Chalk Garden." Recall Recalling
ing Recalling the Did adage in vaudeville:
Always Do Your Best. Ye Never
Know Who's Out Front.
The "War aid Peace" proekw-




Mew York
ers have scisiored'a scone from
the film to be shown ln France.
Throne in which Napoleaon has
Russian partisans shot. .There
is an account in the name of
Santa Claus. He is John Guodel,
Grouche's producer. Gener General
al General Tires Is the real owner of
ROKO Studios, whore the cur current
rent current grim gag (since ell the lay-,
off) goeo: "The few kept on the
payrool are studying vulcanizing
and tire-patching". . Valeria
French and Columbia actor Ker.
win Mathews, are cosy. .-, Mar Martin
tin Martin Parkinson,4 veteran actor, is
at Staton Island Hospital. .'.It's
a boy for the. Hal (Mario Torre)
freedman at Lenox, Hill Hop Hop-...
... Hop-... Remember when t he only
folks on teevoa who worried e-
T out their' lobs worked for God-v
Brlgitto Border,' French s tar
(rated the sexiest in Franc: who
is divorcing her director writer
husband, also gave the air to
leading man Jean Louis Trlntig Trlntig-nant,
nant, Trlntig-nant, who allegedly caused the
split-up. . Tne Prime Minister 01
Ghana (the new democracy) is
expected to announce his engage
ment to a Birmingham (Ala.) gin
. Overlooked in the credits:
Herman Hover, boss at Ciro s
(H'wood). was the first to play
The Cotton Ckib Revue, now the
rage in Miami Beach and booked
for the Roval Nevada (Vegas)
starting Anr. 17 . .The Bickford
restaurant chain reportedly got
two million from Time, Inc. to
surrender its long-term lease at
50th and 6th so the Luce mags
could use the property for their
NF.w TEPEE. . Ex-Mavor of N.Y
O'Dwyer has been retained to ad-
vise the town 01 Acapuico, Mexi Mexico,
co, Mexico, He olaved a key role (behind
the scenes)- in breaking the re
cent muraers ui n
ers. . One of Hannsnan s oesi
known Private Eyes bad nis sxuu
split open by a prominent account accountant,
ant, accountant, when he broke into the man's
apartment seeking-divorce evi
dence. He cannot 00 anyuung a a-bout
bout a-bout it because legslly-lie was
an intruder. .Van Dtoren's a
teacher and Mrs. Nesring! a law lawyer.
yer. lawyer. Remember when the $64,000
champs were ail snoemaaersr
CJuxa fisuutsi
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known for some "time that Dave
Beck,' potent, harassed, and har harried
ried harried head of the Teamsters, v was
under income-tax scrutiny. l,L';
But it has not twwn
the investigation started.-
irean now be revealed that it
was actually- ordered by 'Presi 'President
dent 'President Harry Truman and has
boon continued .by Internal Rev Revenue
enue Revenue since.- .5 .
Income-tax trouble st ennat.
dered to be the .reason, why the
big Teamster boss v has been so
frenetically selline off bin wads of
real estate and why he also went
ueiure me union s executive coury
nil tn call hi. knm. 1 u-
-w ..." uvuiv aim 111a- lui iu-
ture to the union, even though the
union nan, aireaay paid for vari
ous repairs on the home, and thus
paid tor. part 01 it twice.
ine sKem of Beck's farflune
business operations is difficult to
unravel. The tax agents have been
working on H for some time, and
una mat ne nas real estate au
the way from the Washington.!
ua; sunums to ue west coast.
However, here Is a quick look
at part of his financial empire: -Eariv
in Beck's career hia fam
ily got into the beer business. Not
content with, organising the beer
wagon drivers, Beck organized tne
. jx. . ...
orewery worxers. iney naa meir
own union, but he moved in and
made them part of the T e a m
sters- Then-Beck's newphew. Nor-
man i.rt nMtlHftnt nfl
. ft ', 1 IT
ounsot uisiriDuior wnicn uanaies
Rainier beer' in north Seattle.
Beck himself,, with his wife, has
owned about 1000 shares of Rai Rainier
nier Rainier stock.
Dave Beck Jr. is also president
of K and L Beverage Co., which
now handles Budweiser. For a
long. time, no eastern beer was al
lowed to enter Seattle. The Team
sters wouldn t premit it. It was
not distributed. But now Dave
Beck's son has the distributorship
for Anheuser-Busch of St. Louis.
Dave Beck's wife. Dorothy, also
holds stock In K and u Distribu
tors which sells not only beer, but
whisky and wine as far norm as
Alaska. So the Beck family is
right in the beer business from
bar back to brewery.
The Teamsters constitution by
the way, requires that its interna international
tional international president shall, "devote all
his -time to the service of the
Brotherhood." .
. Another part of Beck's finan financial
cial financial empire which tho tax a a-gonts
gonts a-gonts hove taken a look at Js
his reel eetato and his finance
agencv. The" latter, tha North Northwest
west Northwest Securh-tiea Corp.; is an au-
tomobile finance aoancy which
does about: $1,00, POO tworth of
butihes eaMuailyvon' I BMw i and
used cars, plus aute insurance.
Beck has borrowed part of the
money for his business ventures
from his own union, as he him
self said, to the tune of $300,000 to
$400,000 without Interest.,
He has also borrowed xrom tne
Occidental Life Ins. Co. of Calif-
ornia, which, handles toe health

and welfare funds, ior 300,oqo ramifications of Dave. Beek's fi fi-Teamsters
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states. It hat been glad to lend
Beck money at around 3V4 per
Cent, even at a itmei when veter veterans
ans veterans were paying 4 per cent.:
, With this financial h a e k i n g,
Beck has acquired a; large inter--est
in the swankiest apartment
house in Seattle, Grosvenor House.
It's a ,356-unit building located a a-cross
cross a-cross from Teamster headquarters
worth about $3,500,000. A group of
local, businessmen built it, made
Beck chairman of the board, and
he is now probably the chief own owner.
er. owner. V,f;V:-V,vJ!-v:,:.-
'Beck also organized the D'and
B. Investment Corp. and owns part
of the LBG Realty Corp. Through
them he has acquired anartment
houses, parking lots, beer-distributing
buildings,, etc., all around
Seattle. .-J,'
. Some of these .were sold1 In a
hurry, when hq was. reported to bo
anxious to raise tax money., ,
They were sold in many cases
to bis family or to family corppr-
a Lions at very mce prices, or in
stance. Beck owned a piece of
property on 14th Avenue in: Seat Seattle
tle Seattle which was being used by Sun Sunset
set Sunset Distributors, which is owned
by his nephew, Norman Geesert,
by Mrs. Beck's niece, and bra
Teamster official. Albert Irvine.1
:: Beck had purchased the build
ing for $45;ooo in 1951 and sold it
Im 1UK 4. UJ. 1 Ji
u mt 1111 lainn pcrr-aisiriou-
tor company for $100,000. He dou doubled
bled doubled his -monev in foir years.
Beck also sold two lota on East
Marginal Way .to anotner of his

family companies. A family firm, -the
K and L Distributing Co., had
been occupying the lots,, and Beck
sold them to the Cosmopolitan Co.,
of which Dave Beck Jr. is presi president
dent president with his nephew Gessert and
a Teamster official, Simon. Warn-

pold, officers of the company.
Thus it was card to say where
Beck's interest began and 1 e f t

off At any rate he made a. profit
of $134,000 oa the lots, h a v i a g
held them--eight years.-- i-0

' Another interesting real.- estate

transaction was Beek's sale of
two lots to his own union for $107,-
000. The deeds show-that Beck
paid $1 each for the lots, which
are located right across from
Teamster' Seattle headquartess,
therefore obviously property the
union someday would need.
However,. Beck bought them in
1951. for the registered price of $1
each, though there ; may have
been some' othec, unrecorded con consideration.
sideration. consideration. V- w
At any rate, the xTeamsters con
sidered them valuable enough to
buy them rom, Beck, in, T&5 for'
$107,000, which made some people
the lots in the .first plaee.
as president ox tne union. Beck
could have let his union buy this
valuable property. Instead of ac-
quiring it himself at a recorded
oriea of 12.
All this is part of, the farthing
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f HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Exclu Exclusively
sively Exclusively yours; Jimmy Cagney, mak

ing his aeout as a movie oirecior
but not retiring as an actor, lash lashed
ed lashed out today at new schools of act

ing that insist a performer has to
fppl nve.rv emotion '-" .v?;'.:.-;OiK'-.V,'

"Thar a a let of baloney," he

v told me. "Actors don't have to
- feel emotion all they have to do

is understand it." r r :

It's the eood old ""movie meth

od" for Jimmy's directorial debut

on a Paramount movie about

raid killer. "Short Cut to Hell."

Savs Jimmy: "I'll have no frills.

; no obvious acting technique and

no detours from the story."

. Young newcomers .Robert Ivers
and Gcoreann Johnson are co-

starred in the film which A. C

. Lyles is producing. As the old pro

on the set. Jimmv's wide-eyed

:Ver their acting "awareness.". "Be

lieve roe," he says, "they're much

smarter than I was at their age."

t mount fancied over the Joe E

i Lewis film biography: title,. "The

-'nicer l Wild." : Frankie wanted

iit called "The Joker" bat lost the

ri?iimint ..David Nlven is con

fessing to pals that a few, high highballs
balls highballs put him in the mood to dan dangle
gle dangle 60 feet .off the, ground in' that
balloon basket in Around ,-t h e

World in ( 80 Days.? "My eon

tract," he laughs, ""specified
.- wouldn't co anv higher than

'feet, inches.' But when Cantin

flas agreed 'to the 60 feet, my

pride was at stake. So I got a lit

lie jugn neiurv kvuix uiguci

' ,! ; Pink nnodles? Mamie Van Dor

. en and Rov Mavnole have dyed

i their pets pink; Roy's pooch ap-

' pears nappy aooui n Du jnauuo

I'm are, is neaaea ror a psyema
s trist's couch. rl
'This1 IS HellVweod. Mrs. Jones;

ti "i An SOS from thesters, "No more
prize-fight films, please,', was a
"blow to an actor. planning anolh anolh-'
' anolh-' r one. But hot for long.' He's
' filming Hhe same -plot right now
after a slick rewrite. If s now a-
bout auto race pilots instead, of

"'"pugs. '; .',,.-'.

::,! k THf 1 WfTNIT Ingnd GoudV
'"Miss Sweden of' 1957 who "makes
her film,- debut' in "The V Tattered
Dress," was asked, "'What foreign

.language do you speak?". Her re

ply: "fcngusn."

noose r.IusnTt
T.lcss Anymore
With 'Airmen

; Net In the Script: Richard Cen Cento
to Cento writes '' from Bangkok, where
he's working in "The Sea: Wall";
"lvo boon playing : golf of the
swank' Bangkok Country 'Club. E E-von
von E-von if sings on the back nine do
read: 'Beware of Tigers.' f :f
" TV Alley Flash: There's more
than just a new wife Marjorie
Lord) in Danny Thomas' ; home home-screen
screen home-screen future next fall. She's ah
attractive widow' with i a six-year-

old daughter who joins Danny's
children in- the snappy "1 juvenile

cuaiog aepanment. v ?


making a movie, "An Affair to

Remember." without .. "- lot' of

hush hush secrecy over its be

mg a remake. Now co starring

cary urant and Ueoorah K, e r r

the .story is. ''Love, Affair, which

was on the romantic movie hit na

rade in 1939 with Charles' Boyer

ana irene Jjunne. me same m

rector, Leo- McCarey, is behind

the camera but the title s new be

caus; of a .legal tangle. ,

But it's the same old plot and

says Leo, "there's nothing wrong

remaning a story uke "Love Af

fair.' It has a lasting quality, like

the lyrics of many songs. "No one

ever tires of 'It Had. to Be-! You

or Wonder Who's Kissing Her

Now. They'll goon forever. The

plot of 'Love Affair 'is like that

romance and human comedy. On

ly contemporary : humor becomes

dated. Human comedy it ageles.

Jack Benny thouehf one show

night was enough, for his Las Ve Vegas
gas Vegas debut in June, but the Fla Flamingo
mingo Flamingo Hotel insisted on the usual

two. Spike, the mongrel hound
dog playing the title role ia Walt
Disney's "Old Yeller," cost dog

trainer Frank weatherwax S3 at a

local pound. But be has four years

of "dramatic school" $20,000

worth behind him and,:, a ays
Frank, "1 wouldn't sell him for

$10,000. '. t 'v


Ih:l Jviih Rcsn!

Have fi'o

"One-punch"- Roy Baker of Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee claimed the heavyweight

; title of Alaska today after a unan unanimous
imous unanimous decision over an Alaskan
moose that charged his. helpless
i The 25 p year -old ; Army bands bands-i
i bands-i man outweighed but not out out-gamed
gamed out-gamed bopped the moose- square
, on the shoulder as1 it charged his
, expectant wife who had slipped
,.snd fallen on a 'patch of ice as
she tijed to get into their home.

Baker stationed at Ladd Air

Force Base said heand his wife

and 2-year-old son Scott -were re

turning home when the incident
occurred. He said they were step

ping out ci uieir ir in ue urive urive-.
. urive-. way when the -moose charged
; them..' r, r ..
i Baker grabbed Scott and told
his -wife to get into the car but
she started for the house instead.
She fell as the moose neared her
and Baker holding Scott in one
arm belted the moose with a
roundhouse rightv -
The moose turned and trotted
back into the wilds without nego negotiating
tiating negotiating for a return match; ; -j

CHICAGO (UP) A 'Protestant

clergyman said today that Chris

tian Ministers have been "in

trigued" by the relative absence

of alcoholism among Jews. ;v

Dr. Granger E. TWestberg, as

sociate professor of religion and

health at the University of Chic

lago medical and r theological

cuuui, sum mo wciij tisu ui

been "h u m b le d", by the
amazing'? -results ,,pt (Alcoholics
innnvmnlii a i ' '

Westberg discussed, the role1 of

the clergy In dealing- wttn alco alcoholism
holism alcoholism at the 13th annual meeting
of the National Council on Alco

holism. '. v

' As Christian ministersi we

have been intrigued by the r el a

HoIIyvcod Veteran

Gene Lockh:rt Dies

Alier! Heart Alfack

SANTA MONICA, Calif.,. April 1

(UP) Veteran actor Gene Lock

hart died at St. i John Hospital

yesterday a few hours after sui

fering a heart attack' at his West

lob Angeies nome. He : was bs.
When Lockhsrt died, a Catholic
Driest, a nun. his wife, Kathleen,

and-, their actress-daughter, June,

32, were at bis hospital, bedside.

A veteran of more than ; 300
motjon picture's, Lecknart sp speared
eared speared mst ofKn Jn recent ytars
In roles portraying 'a, weak and
. cowardly little .man. He began
hs career as-: an ; enrrtainor
'some. M years ago, . v

The chubby,' moon-faced actor,
whose acting career spanned the

stage, films and television,: also
achieved recognition as a writer,

song lyricist,, stage directon and
singer. -' y';."V' y';."V'-Lockhart
Lockhart y';."V'-Lockhart was born Jn London.

Ontario, Canada, the son of Scot-

tisn tenor John UOates Lockhart
and Ellen ; Lockhart : in 1892. v He

was a descendant of John Gibson
Lockhart, biographer of Sir Wal Walter
ter Walter Scott. ; .:.',
t As a child, Lockhart appear
od with the 48th Highlanders
Regiment "Kilties B a n d" of
Canada as a Scottish dancer.: In
Septambor, 117, he mad his
first appearance on the New -'York
stage at New Amsterdam
-Theatre in "The Rlviora CirL"

:. Some of his better known' films
Included "Algiers," for which he
was nominated for an Academy

Award; "A Christmas .Carol," in

which he and his wife appeared

as man and wife; : "Meet John

Doc," "Billy The Kid," "One Foot

in' Heaven,"' "Going My Way,"
"Joan of Are' and '"The House

on 92nd Street." .

Cotton Industry Being Hit By'Cpmp
From f Growing Synthetic Fiber! industry


ine cotton industry, long a vie

urn oi recurring over-production.

is suaering competition from the

synthetic fiber industry.

' World production of ra von and

other synthetic fibers has been

growing by leaps and bounds; In
1955 it was the equivalent of 13.1

minion bales Of cotton.

This is more than a considerable

nip in what was once cotton's al

most exclusive market. It is routrh

ly the size of the 195S U.S. cotton

crop and just about half the world

crop estimated for 1957.

Johnny.Cemo-Latolios j

Rayon, nylon, orlon. dacron. and

other synthetics are iohnnv-come-

laieues in me taoric industry.
World production of ravon and

other synthetics during the period

to 138. inclusive, averaired

the equivalent of 3.300.000 bales of,

couon. uuring the postwar period
1950 to 1954, Inclusive, there was

a ,vuv,wu oaies eauivaient nro-

aucea. in lies, the 13.100.000 bales

equivalent was reached, an i
crease of about 300 oer cent in 2?

years.' The synthetic industry still

is growing worldwide.

Ihe Foreian Acricultural Ssrw,

ice reports this trenl has been

more pronounced in eonntri with

mgn industrialization, f

occurred in Japan and the
Curtain countries. ,( :
. r-' Japan's Capacity

FAS predicts that Japan's ca

pacity by the end. of 1957 will be
195 per cent greater than it was

in 1951 Capacity in the Iron Cur

tain countries is expected to reach

113 per cent. :.i
. FAS said growth of the total

industry, from 1951 to the end of

1957 was 49 per cent for Western
Europe and 46 per cent for the

United States. Growth for the

world as a whole was 71 per cent.
During the early postwar period

significant expansion took place
throughout the other. Western Eu European
ropean European countries, with England,

France, The Netherlands, and Bel Belgium
gium Belgium becoming major producers.

Iron Expansion also is '"underway in

In terms of total .volume West

ern European production is about

one-tnira a Dove, u. s. proaucuoa.
In-1955,-Western- European produc production,
tion, production, was the, equivalent!; 5 mii mii-lion
lion mii-lion bales, of cotton. "In the fame
year U.S. production was equiva equivalent
lent equivalent of 3,800,000 bales compared to
1,800,000 in Japan and 2,500,000 for
the rest of the world, rvv'

nationalist Yeh
Doubis Reds Will
Be Admiiled To Ull

Ike Proclaims!
April As Cancer

Control Month

Balboa High School

To Play

Before World War n develon.

ment of the synthetic induntr- in

Germany, Italy, and Japan put
these countries far out in front.
The Axis countries were then at

tempting to become self-sufficient
in textUes before war broke out, -FAS
notes that "it i nnt ......

Lprising ; that the early postwar

?,r0!wt? of the indurtrr in the
United States and the rest of the
world was relatively greater than
in these three countries." During
the last two or three years, how however,
ever, however, stepped up expansion has

.... -' . .. vc'i

The Balboa Hiril Srhnnl Nnnn

Orchestra will present Mozart's

aympnony Nf.t J2 Thursday night

i uie miDoi gymnasium on me
annual B.H.S. sorins concernt. The

dramatic. work, was written by
the composer in Salzburg in 1771,

woen ne was ia years oi ase.

The Noon' Orchestra Is a select

group of musicians whomeet on

their vown, time outside of school

nours to worn on the music of the

masters,, past and. present. It in

believed that this will be the first
time' in the history of the. local

jtchooU;.Uia(,.anVputire .ynipnony

oi one oi we great music,, masters,

nas. Deen presentea. in us una

bridged, unedited form.,.

, The general publie is Invited 'to

attend this .program' which will

feature the mixed, chorus, glee
club, orchestra, Noon Orchestra,
symphonic band, and various solo

ists. , . v. :

The program 1 will begin, at I

p.m. There will' be no. charge for

admission. : ; t v

lip w '.bver Woman

Leads To Death

Jear Dance Hall


1 President Eisenhower today pro-

ciaunea Apru as cancer control

month and received a- symbolic

sword of hope from a little Indian

girl to open the' annual fund-rais
mg drive.

The American Cancer Society's

goal for 1957 is 30 million dollars.

The chief executive cailel on the
public to give everJncreasing sup
port to the battle against the dis

1 open the drive, six-year-old
Joyce de Zeller of Fort Huachuca,
Ariz., presented Mr. Eisenhower
with the cancer society symbol.
The child was diagnosed as a

cancer victim when he was nine
weeks old but has been

pronounced as cured after


TAIPEI, April 1 (UP) Natio

nalist China's Foreign Minister

George Yeh said today that the
question of admitting Red China
to the United Nation "still exists"
but he doubts the Com munis ts

have-enoiigh.,support to get into

the world organization.

Returning from three months in
the United States and Europe Yeh

said he felt sure that the United

States would continue to oppose

the Piping regime.
' '
One of the main problems which
"now confronts all of us," Yeh
said, "is how to deal with the coun countries
tries countries lyhlch v capitalize on their, re relations
lations relations with Russia as a means ,to
blackmail the free-world."

Yeh said he Was "not going to

name names, but I hve conn

dencc that such countries have on

3v a short-lived popularity."

r-" t . - .

The main impression irom nis

visit to Western Europe, he said is

the setback suffered by the torn

munists as a result of the tiunga

rian revolt., -.

HERE at last "OKLAHOMA!"

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DREAMS ONLY COME TRUE "Lanrey : (Shirley
will have "The Surrey with The Frince on Ton

which her boy friend "Curly" (Gordon MacRae) is promis promising
ing promising her in the famous tune from Rodgers & Hammerstein's

Oklahoma!". "Oklahoma!", filmed in Cinemascope and
distributed by RKO Radio -Pictures, is opening tomorrow at
the Central Theatre. k


DAVENPORT. Iowa, April J

(UP) A quarrel- over a woman

tive i absence of alcoholism among mg eariy today of a young man

4CWUU 1ICUU1C, w . V

are curious about the reasons for
this phenomena and are sure that
much of it is related to the soli

darity of the Jewish family and

community at laree.

"We are impressed with the

manner in-which wine and other

alcoholic -beveraees are used in

the home and in the synagogue.
These are .used freely and openly
from the time of circumcision,

but always in closest relationship

to a religious rite, or ceremony.
"Could it be .that surrounding
the enjoyable use of j alcoholic

beverages with the safeguards of

the group, the ritual, the sacra

mental meal thereby encourages

its use in moderation?"

He said the system lets the

child in his formative years see
alcohol handled "in a dignified,
and wholesome settini."

at a dance here," police said.

Richard Brandt, 22, was shot

in the, head outside, a '.ballroom

Police held Richard. Powell, 21,

who told them he "didn't, intend

to snoot Brandt.

t The woman was Marine Foust.

19, who attended the dance with

Brandt and Powell. t.

Miss Foust -and .Brandt, police

said, left the dance, and walked
to Brandt's auto, Powell followed

them,' and- police said be asked,

"Are you T trying to ; get ,nd of

Three- shots-? then were fired

from a .22 caliber i pistol bt

PoweD. police said. One of the

bullets entered the head of

Brandt. Who was dead en arrival

at Mercy Hospital... t

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The Mexican Ambassador Rafael Fuentes and Mr. Fnen Fnen-tea
tea Fnen-tea cave dinner party Saturday night in honor of-U.S.
ii.k,... .nil KTr. Jnllan F. Harrinrton. who will leave

for vacation in Mexico and the United States in the near
'u'nji4iii.a- rainn nf faienda wrr inTlted to wish

F1 the Ambassador and his wife

a ..French Ambassador
"Civee Luncheon
m The Ambassador of France and
Tdrs. Lionel Vasse will give a dm-

... wtnrfr at the Embassy;
" ,

residence on l cresia m ..wuui
Tie Ambassador of Venezuela and
, Mrs. fjsteban Chalbeaud.

. Miss Beatrice Pllrl
Xlvee Luncheon
T-Tar Miia Rodrioucr

Al Miss Beatrice Polleri. daughter
2f the -i Ambassador of Uruguay

tJDf. el rouen. ano
i gave a dinner at the Embassy
?, residence yesterday:
The guest of honor was Miss
,Pitina Rodriguei. who will soon
: leave 4at Europe:
Ghent Aisprva
. Weddinfl Takes
""Place At St. Lukes
J -Miss Casimira Aizprua became
the bride of Sgt. William Sixon
Ghant"at 6:30 on Friday evening
at a ceremony performed by the

Verv Rev. Mamert J. reierson,
Dean of the Cathedral of St. Luke,;

Ancon, in the Cathedral. Tallmake your reservations early this

white candelabra flanked the

tar and stood in the cnancei.
- These with the altar canlles pro provided
vided provided the light. Also on the altar
were large vases holding white
, The bride wore a floor length
LJreis of white tulle and lace with
'S fingertip veil, and carried white
' reses. He maid of honor Miss Be.
'- Hilda Colon, wore a ballerina
length gown of blue tulle anl car car-f
f car-f ried pink rose buds. The brides brides-maid,
maid, brides-maid, Miss Aura Pinilla, wore a
similar dress in pink and carried
J tea roses.
- '
' Sponsors for the bride were her
1, aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Oe Oe--
- Oe-- naro Hernandei of Sao Francisco
"-de la Caleta and Miss Claire Og Og-den'
den' Og-den' of; Panama,. The bridegroom
"was sponsored by his godparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Ghent of
Charlestown .N. C. His best man
wasSgt: Edward Matalawage of
Rodman Naval Station.
' Immediately preceeding the cer ceremony,,
emony,, ceremony,, Miss Carmen Diaz of Be Bella
lla Bella Vista sang the Ave Maria of
Gounod accompanied by the Ca-I
thedral Organist. Mr. Earl

Xeeoey who also played pre-nup
bal music and the
91 arches.

' Sgt. Ghant is a member of thc blieg are: Balboa, Capt. C. L.
United States Marine Corps sta-j Gundersen, Cristobal, Mr. E. W.
tioned at Rodman Naval Station. Argo and Pedro Miguel Mr An An-The
The An-The young couple will make their thony Shatroskey.

Mom, in Coco 1
Dr. Mai Hershey
Hero For Convention
Tr Max HaiNthcv a fnrm.r fir.

gas staff man, flew in fronvnounced the re-opening of their

-Bloomington, Illinois last night to
attend the Medical Convention'
which will start at the University 1

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Lm 3-0740 r 3-0741

a happy vacation.
of Panama and Hotel El Panama,
Dr. Hershey owned a sailboat
during his tour here and he will
' u. T V A V rsl the
h remembered bv many of the
Balboa Yacht Club fraternity as
well as by his fellow doctors.
He was met on arrival by an another
other another sailing enthusiast Mr. Jim
Raptirement Party
Will Honor
Mr Frank Williams
Friends of Frank Williams, who
h. Forantlv hum retired from
thai Cnm mis rv Taivifiifln spa ak.
ed to contact either Mrs. Delia
Noonan at the General Manager
Office on the Atlantic Side or Mr.
Jack Wallace at Cold Storage in
Balboa for reservations to the Re
tirement Party for Frank which
will be held at the Hotel Washing
ton on Sunday, April 7 at 6 p.m.
Reservations are $3.00 apice and
an. friends are invited. Please
Assembly No. 1
Order Of Rainbow
WW Hold Tri-Assombly
Assembly No. 1 Order of Rain
bow for Girls will hold a tri-as-sembly
with Cristobal Assembly
No. 2 and Pedro Miguel Assem Assembly
bly Assembly No. 3 at the Scottish Rite
Temple at Blaboa, Wednesday.
Balboa will be the host Assem Assembly
bly Assembly but work will be exemplified
by the three groups as a unit un under
der under the direction of Martha M.
Stevenson, Worthy Advisor of the
Balboa Assembly.
A dinner will preceded the meet meeting
ing meeting and will be served in the ban banquet
quet banquet hall of the Temple at 6:15
p.m. Tha meeting is called for
7:30 n.m.. and will be followed by
dessert and a social period. All
Rainbows,. Eastern Star members
and Masons are invited to attend.
An honored guests will be Mrs.
Elsa Bailey, Supreme Deputy of
the Canal Zone Order of the Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow for Girls. Mother Advisor for
Balboa i sMrs. Alice Gundersen,
for Cristobal, Mrs. Gladys B.
Humphrey who is serving" during
the absence of Mrs. Jean Judge,
and for Pedro Miguel Mrs. Iris
I Shatroakey. Dads of the Assem-
Pedro Miguel
Boat Club
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The Board of Directors of the
Parfrn Miaii.l Rnaf Plnh hv. an
kitchen under new management,


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column tkeuld b submitted i
rype-wrltraa farm sad Milled
tha box number lirtad daily io'So io'So-cial
cial io'So-cial and Otherwise," or delivered
v band ta the office. Notice,
nestings cannot be accoptad by
tolepbons. ;:
CI Retired
Workers' Association
Meeting Data Changed
The regular monthly meeting of
the Canal Zone Retired Workers'
Association will be held Friday in instead
stead instead of Wednesday as previously
nee ro of ptrecrore
Of Silver Employes
Death Benefit To Moot
The annual meeting of the board
of directors of the Silver Em Employes'
ployes' Employes' Death Benefit Association
is called for Sunday, April 13, at
9 a.m. in the La Boca School Stu Study
dy Study Hal), for officers and members
on the Pacific side, and at 7:30
D.m. Monday. April 15, in' the
Rainbow City Lodge Hall for those
on the Atlantic side. v
. Business for transaction .will in include
clude include the Auditor's and tha Secre Secretary's
tary's Secretary's Reports for 1956, and also
the election of representatives to
the Board of Directors, Members
in general are Cordially invited to
Management Forum -Will
Meet Tomorrow
The Management Forum will
hold a business meeting at 7:30
p.m. tomorrow in the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Company Training Center. Bal
boa. Discussion will center on the
selection or programs for the rest
of the year, au members are urg
ed to attend.
Interrupting a person In the
middle of a sentence so that you
can comment on what ha is say
ing or tell a story he reminds
you of la like saying, "What
have to say 1j far more imoor
tant than what you are saying."
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scattering bia. O
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THIS IS THE LAST PAPER Mr. Carlos Llanes, chairman of
the Simultaneous Translation Committee of the Second Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Medical Convention checks the translations made
by bilingual secretaries Miss Martha Mastellari and Miss Maria
Vallarlno. All three have devoted many hours to this work.

Montesi Case Nearing Climax;
Party Girl's Uncle Collapses

VENICE, Italy, April 1 (UP)-
The Wilma Montesi case, which
rocked a government and a na
tion, appeared today to ba headed
for a showdown, v
Two key witnesses came under
concentrated crossfire from the
court president, prosecution and
defense Saturday in the most dra
matic day of the 10-week-ola trial.
One of them broke down and ad'
mitted lying to the court. The oth
er was given a virtual ultimatium
to retract or face charges of giv giving
ing giving false evidence on 50 points.
The twin developments in Sat.
urday's record length hearings,
which extended far Into the eve evening,
ning, evening, powerfully helped the case
of defendant, Cianpioro Plccionl,
charged with causing the death
of parry Sid Wilma Montesi by
abandoning her unconscious on
a beach after an alleged drug-and-sax
orgy April 10, 1953.
ThanHntu whiv pnllansed was
Wilma'a. bachelor ancle. GiusCDDel
oioniesA. ue maimcu ijun iu iu
court on his whereabouts en the
day Wilma disappeared from
home, but insisted that he was not
with her. He said he spent the
evening in a clandestine rendez rendezvous
vous rendezvous with the younger sister of his
The court Turned down two re
quests by the prosecution and de-
fens J1'
seppe and bis sister on charges ol
giving false testimony.
The day's second development
did even more to help Piccioni's
position. It was a concentric at,

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tack of the court president, de defense
fense defense and prosecution on "Black
Swan" Anna Maria Cagie, main
accuser Pcclonl and his co co-defendant
defendant co-defendant "Marquis" Ugo Mon-
The court president warned Miss
Caglio that there were "about SO"
controversial points in the evi
dence she has given, and that he
was checking them all.
"I have a duty to warn you that
you have taken a wrong path," he
quietly told Miss Caglio. "Be care careful.
ful. careful. Watch your steps. You know
what this tribunal does to false
witnesses ."This is my last
warning. Do not miss it," he said.
It was mainly on the basis of
Miss Caglio'! allegations in 1954,
er Rome Police Chief Saverio Po Po-lito
lito Po-lito were committed for trial.
Montagna and Polito were charg charged
ed charged with aiding and abetting Pic-
ttorf'e alleged manslaughter!
M Vohrata avMawi haaliaaii 4
given during the trial that Pic
cionl was with- Miss Montesi on
that April day of 1953, er that he
aven knew her.
Like a good best-selling thriller.
the Montesi trial was keeping the
public in suspense after these ex
citing delopments. The court
was leaving Venice this morning
for an on-the-spot survey of the
beach near Rome where Wilma's
ui: u: i i t
juuuc wnc uciim uiueu iruiii ine
survey, which starts tomorrow,
Public hearings were not expect
ed to resume until next week.


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rich fun3 flavor.

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-As a corresoondent for the New

lorn limes, waiter suiuvan is
covering his third expedition to
the Antarctic. Simultaneously with
his new trip to the frozen south south-era
era south-era continent. McOraw Hill is nub-
lishlng Sullivan's history of expio-
tauons 01 Aniarcuca, jrom tne
18th centruv to the nreslent One.t
for a Continent.
. Sullivan's engrossing account, of
man s narrowing adventures on
this wasteland continent, which to
him seems like another planet, de describes
scribes describes the victories and deteats
scored In less than 30u years of
Men have gone mad in the long
winter night of Antarctica. They
have lost fingers and toes and
eyes in their battle to explore the
continent. They have given their
lives.'' - ' v.--
One of the most dramatic ac accounts
counts accounts is the story of the 'tragic
battle to the death of the famous
Scott expedition in 1903. While
itobert F. Scott and his men
were dying. Ronald Amundsen
made hr daring dash to the Soutk
Another striking story is that of
near Adm. Richard Bvrd's
lonely vigil in the Antarctic waste wasteland
land wasteland in 1934. Byrd nearly lost his
life during the weeks he spent liv
ing as a hermit in a little shack
to gather important weather data.
buiuvan has included in his book
a geological description of the
irozen 'Continent and detailed ac
counts of the activities of pen
gums, seals and whales. . .
Ever since Jacob and Esau, the
xi . i... .. -.. . .
uiejne oi impersonation Has las las-cmated
cmated las-cmated both authors and readers.
The Scapegoat fDoubledav) : is
Daphne du Maurier's approach to
an idea previously dealin with by
authors as diverse as Anthonv
Hope, Mark Twain and E. Phil
lips oppenheim
Miss du Maurier's hero, an ob
scure English teacher of French
history did not understand at once
what had happened when he a a-wakened
wakened a-wakened in a atranee bed in tha
provincial town of Le Mans. It
was only gradually that he came
to rea'ize that he had been drug drugged
ged drugged and replaced by ye ( chance
mri rrencn aouDie.
Because he had no one of his
own, and had .been wishing for a
rnanra rn nv a a R'ntiKhmar,
be did noliife hisicaUo the po-J
uce. tie cnose insieaa to try to
live the life of his doppelganger.
He tound himself a provincial
nobleman, nearly bankrupt by his
cwn profligacy, with a family
comprising an invalid mother, a
seral-hysterial daughter, a broth brother
er brother and sister who hated him. a
a pregnant wife and two mistress
es. It was not difficult to under understand
stand understand whv the real Comte de Gue
had wantVd ta eat out tmm
His first fumbling efforts to live
another man's life produced only
tears and tragedy, but as he found
his feet be began making chang
es that promised to rearrange the
aes oi tne wnoie lamny.
Despite a strangely Indecisive
ending, The Scapegoat is a fasci
nating and well-constructed book.
worthy of taking its plaeo beside
the author s well-remembered Re
becca. .
In a thick book with a formida
ble title Sterling-Dollar Diploma Diplomacy
cy Diplomacy by Richard N. Gardner (Ox
ford), international economics 's
made an engrossing and at times
an exciting matter. What's more.
the puzzle has been taken out of
what the layman usually consi
ders entely baffling.
mis is a history of the collabo
ration of the United States and
Great Britain to replace the eco
nomic chaos following World War
II with a liberal international eco
nomic system.
Gardner takes the reader
through the complex negotiations
which created the Bretton Woods
institutes, the Anglo Aerican
Loan Agreement, the Internation International
al International Trade Organization, and the
General Agreement on Tariffs and
Trade, without lifting a single
cloud of mental fog.
Gardner is a young lawyer and
economist of considerable scholas
tic attainments. After taking de
grees at Harvard and Yale, he
was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford.
The book is his doctorate thesis.
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I lie's Record Budget Meeting

Mixed Congressional

. (UP)
President Eisenhower's
peacetime : budget came
renewed congressional attack
today. But two administration
spokesmen defended it. One said
proposed slashes would impair
vital health programs, ..
The. attack waa leveled by Sen
Harry, F., Byrd (D-VaV a leader
in the Senate's economy bloc and
cbaurman of its f inance commit
tee. .He estimated, the administra
tion has asked congress to vote
3.1 billion dollars this year to
launch new federal programs.
Although only 1729,170,000 of the
total would be spirit in tne 12
month! starting J wy I,- the bal balance
ance balance would be laid out in future
fiscal years. ,Byrds i figures were
designed to bolster his' attack on
what he has called "indefensible"
government programs: i 1
' -ravers pemeenc cuts s -ct
Gabriel Hauge. the President's
special economic- assistant, said,
however, that the only way for
Congress to trim the Chief Execu Executive's
tive's Executive's 71.8 billion- dollar budget
was to hack away at domestic
programs. ' x
roilowmg the line Uid down by
Mr. Eisenhower at : last week's
news conference, Hauge said the
only road, to substantial savings
is to eliminate the "big expensive'
things that tne government is
doing because the people through
Congress'' nave oe mended them.
At the same time, Secretary
Marion JB. Folsonr of the Health.
education and Welfare Depart
ment said he was "deeply con concerned,
cerned, concerned, ever a 'tentative house
vote to lop 1.3 million dollars off
the Food and -Drug Administra
tion budget. ; -'
siolaem tees Danger
Folsom eaid in a statement that
the reduction "would seriously
impair the effort to -assure the
nuritv and safety of foods and
drugs Consumed by the-American
people" at a time when una
problem is 1 increasing 1 very
Byrd contended the administra
tion actually was seeking 8 J
billion dollars in appropriations
for -"new and. 'expanded pro-
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32 Pressmen
S3 Observe
of which billion
dollars rwould be spent Iff; the
coming; fiscal ; year.: u V4
His -esumates, however, in included
cluded included all new spending authority
sought, by; the; administration
rather than comparing .the re
quests with--current outlays. For
example.1 he listed the 4.4 billion
dollars foreign aid plan as "new"
because new, legislation will be
required. f ,m& :V;-c
! Largest items ; on the. senator's
list of x "new'V; proposals were
military programs military nub-
lic -works, and federal school eon
struction aid. r He said new mili
tary requests tota'Vfi ..$' ?57,000,
OOdK-of which 1-307 milliott dollars
would be spent next year. J
v iDeTends Pereian' Ai'-'
Hauge Was interviewed, bv Rem.
Kenneth B.. .Keating (R-NYJ i on
a filmed program' for release to
upstate New -York" television sta
tions. ( Uke the-; President, J he
Staunchly defended tha foreian
aid program an annual target of
congressional economizers.
' There are few, expenditures in
our strictly defense budget lor
guns and .tanks 4 that return' as
much to .the. United Statea in
terms of security as these ele


ments of the 7 Mutual Security;-


yivanui! iua prcaioenuai
viser said.''
Folsom said lurther1 reductions
in his departmant's budget
"simply would retard; the prog progress"
ress" progress" of the American people
toward better -health;: improved
education and greater economic
security." t -1. ... .. j. .,,
He said "The search for econ
omy m 'government is very
desirable and. should be : vigorous
ly pursued''' but it also is impor important
tant important "to take into account the
full .effect of, proposed budget
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Foreseen In US xP
The United States Commerce De Department
partment Department speculated today on pos possibility
sibility possibility of Bod-stod jet air trans transport
port transport service .between. New-. York
and Lima by the end of 1959. -The
route would be linked: with ether
Jet routes in South America.
The Department issued a bulle bulletin
tin bulletin reviewing civil aviation devel
opments in Peru, which' include
proposed general improvement n
airports and airways.
.'"A project now being1 given in-
tensive attention by the Corpora--
cion Peruana de Aeropuertos r A A-viacion
viacion A-viacion Comercial (CORPAC) is
the construction of a new airport
near the port of Callao to replace
the present terminal, LimaUmbo,
. 1. . .a I
serving vne ujii area, uui chu chu-letin
letin chu-letin said.
, "Short-term financing ia being
sought from, a large, private A
mencaa financial institution. CO CO-PAC
PAC CO-PAC does not anticipate requiring
any long-term financing because
it expects to obtain enough mon- -ey
from the sale ot the land of
the present airport.
"The need for the relocation Is
said to be argent because the ex existing
isting existing airport cannot be extended
to accommodate commercial t
aircraft which are expected to be
operating through Perry : by the
end of 193S.,
, Honeymoon
CHEAM,. England. April
(IP)- Breads Waby and
Jot a
Birth Denermoooed on horseback

today. t
The couple rode oil on hm-s
irr.miistriy after the veii'l
crrp' fre j f'wtv.
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t'T'e,t rj Bd.

KOXDaY, APRIL 1, 1957


jSocial'' andjOtk

Ilks'OleTlme T i
Minstrel Shew ?
The Elks' Ole Tim' Minstrel
Show will open tomorrow at the
rection of Mrs. Ett Creek, who
has produced ana airecvea : um
. . : BinM k A
t annua etncrHiiumwjv- w
first show in 1952. r 9 r
Marwin a "member of the 60th
Army Band holds down the first
chair, next 10 mm me oie time u
the outfit, Charlie "Bones" Louis,
next another newcomer and .th
Director of the 60th Army Band,
Kalpa "Banjo" Dials, as his name
clues you he plays tne banjo and
now fle mays we uauj. w
anrt hear him to believe
of a little round tning on a Han Handle.
dle. Handle. '-"
- Next Ttt "Iambo" Watson, a
newcomer to the circle but an pie
timer from the' chorus and olio,
Jack 'Xwinkietoes", Lowe sitting
next to his side-kick of the last
tWo minstrels) Willy "Rastus Rus,
' son. The Simon Legree of this out outfit
fit outfit or the man who tries to keep
them in line 'is another newcomer
to our minstrel. Jack-That Eli Eli-glble
glble Eli-glble Bachelor" Jenkins.- Jack is
the Assistant Band Director-pt
the Fort Guuck Bapd and was in
charge of the Fort Gulick Choral
Group who took first place in the
All Army Group for its. kind nere
on the Isthmus., .';."
1 AH -that talent and till more
when the olio entertains you dur during
ing during intermission. Here you will be
treated to more songs, dances
and specialities, Betty Andersen
and .Betty Merry two gorgeous
sals from' Coco Solo, your old
friend Murrel Dedd who has a
brand sew skit 'for you. Robert
Schultt from Balboa', Rosa Maria
Juan from the Pacific Side who
will entertain you with Spanish
t iS

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K0E3& DOCTOR REGISTERS Lt Aaron Flngerhut registers
for tne Second Inter-American Medical Convention which will
- take place at the University of. Panama and the Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama Wednesday through' Friday this week. Ca-pt. David Li Li-t
t Li-t towsky; (seated) Is reirlsterlnK Kobbe doctors for the con convention.
vention. convention. Registration will etart at the -University and the
Hotel tomorrow morning and will continue, throughout the
. j 1 ( convention. v



Has Just Received .

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Lovely Wicker And.
Wrought Iron;
Porch Seta.
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Hlodrn Mahogany QiesU of Drawers,
Bunk Beds, Porch dairs, Rockerg,
Folding Bed.

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ITe Bay, SeH cm! Trade Furniture
National Are. N 41 Tds. 3-4911 3-7348


;. o"
dances. : and your friend Jeff
Slaughter Sr. will bring you "bar
mnnira melodies."
The background for all this tal talent
ent talent will be twenty-four beautiful
gals and handsome guys, nine of
the guys oeing memoers 01 me
eoth Army Band and Fort Gulick
Choral Group.
The proceeds from these shows
00 to the various charities sup
ported by the Benevolent and Fro-
tective uraer 01 bins. ,
Performances -"are scheduled for
tomorrow at the Margarita xnea-
ter, Tuesday. April at tne ai-
Kna Thnator and the final show
back at the Margarita Theater on
Thursday, April II. Curtarin time
as p-m. snarp.
" flat vnur ticket from any mem'
ber of the cast or by calling the
Elks Home in Balboa (pnone z-
1414) or the Elks Home at Marga
rita (3-1542). All It costi is i.w
and while vou are having" an bila
rious evening you will also be con-
blowing to a very wormy cause.
Mskft it a data now for 'one of
the three gala performances of
the Elks Ole Time Minstrels of
Boy Hangs Himself
Playing With Rope
UTOxa VrtTHf Anvil 1 TTT
An 8-year-old boy banged Himself
accidentally .today when he
stumbled after playfully putting
his head into the noose of a rope
be bad thrown over a tree branch.
.",Nf .(,"?;'.
Police said the boy. Charles
Macon,' was found by a passerby
in a vacant Jot near bis bome,
The passerby removed ; the rope
from the boy's neck but attempts
to revive him were unsuccessful.
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Living Room Suites.
Wrought Iron, Dining
Room Seta.


Hunter is the latest recording phe
nomenon. The f handsome young
move star is way up on the charts
with his first record. Dot's "Young
Love." And how it came about is
a story that throws a spotlight on
the operations of Randy Wood,
oresident of Dot Kecoras.
Tab and his frequent co-star,
Natalie Weed, were in cmcago,
promoting a picture. They appear
ed tnere won oise jocuy uowara
Miller, who asked Tab kiddingly
when he was going to make a
record; Tab said aenousiy ne'a
like to do Just that So Miller told
Randy Wood and Randy Wood, who
never muses a- bet, naa aim on
wax inside of two weeks.
"I've done another, single 4nd
an album' Tab says. "There are
a few ballads on the album but.
honestly, I dont feel comfortable
with a ballad. I know l don't nave
a vood voice." - v i
Rut. libs Ha, Aom avarvtina.
tab's approaching tinging tariout-
ly. Ha approached acting serious
ly, toe. He calls himself, e rdecit.
cated actor," and says that noth
ing is any -good unless it comes
from inside. Now he's trying to
become a dedicated singer., and
feci that inside, tee.
Tab's latest picture is "Lata
vette Escirille.'' and. like every
thing else he tackles, he studied
his Dart and performance with
deadly seriousness.. He studies act
ing three nights a week from
eight until one in the morning
and he goes to see every play that
comes to Los Angeles. In New
York, he takes in everything be
can even the little off-Broadway
shows. lie desperately wants to
do a Broadway snow.
"I'm really serious about acting
and sineina." he says. I dont
think an actor should nave any
gimmicks about him"
Hnw atwuit nia name?
"That's the only cimmick I've
eot. Thev save me tnat name De-
.T l
fore I was 19. I think it's sort of
a handicap, because people expect
somebody who's frivolous. And I
am serious ,,
Connia Francis has more talent
than she needs. The cute 19-year-old
is established as a singer, but
she wants to be a television direc director.
tor. director. She studied TV at New York
University and once worked as

Accountant Says It's Easier To Make

tvii Million S'iThan.CiveF Refund

A government accountant told
incredulous congressmen today
that it sometimes is easier to
mako fiva million dollars on a
federal contract than to get the
Air Force to accept a refund.
The unusual situation was un
folded before a House Armed
services subcommittee by la
rence J. Powers, bead of account accounting
ing accounting and auditing for the General
Accounting Office. Involved were
the Air Force, Ford Motor Co.,
and Boeing Airplane U.
Bowers said Boeing contracted
with Ford for 454 sets of wings
for B47's it was producing. After
Ford started production the con
tract was revised ana rora s proi proi-it
it proi-it jumped 9.8 million to 214 mil million
lion million dollars.
Ford felt this was too much and
asked Boeing to revise the con
tract again. But Powers laid Boe Boeing
ing Boeing replied that it could not afford
to keep cnanging tne terms, jroro
then offered the five million dol dollars
lars dollars to the Aix Force.
Subcommittee Chairman F. Id-
ward Hebert (D-La) asked wheth whether
er whether Powell-meant that Boeing and
the Air Force "showed no Interest
in recovering this five million
dollars from Ford, "even though
the auto firm "insisted on giving
it back."
"We found no evidence tnat the
Air Force or Boeins" had en
deavored to obtain a refund from
Ford," Powers replied.
But be said Ford, seizing the
Initiative, submitted a "written
commitment' to the Air Force for
the refund and the money bow is
tn Ita way td tha Treamrr. 1
Powers said Max Golden, depu-


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Borcbera, Vfhitli OFE.NS OH THURSDAY 4ih AT THE LUX.

TabV New Aim-f
Dedicated Singer

an assistant director at a local
New York station.
She also plays the piano and ac
cordion, once won a typing cnam
pionshlp, writes songs, is an ex
nrt debater and she cooks, too.
But it is singing which, is mak making
ing making ber famous. Her latest MGM
disc, "No Other One," Is her best
to date.
Some smart record dealer
should take a tip from a few of the
hiffffer French record entreprene
urs. They put their catalogson
was steady customers gei wee
monthly Tecords that contain ex extracts
tracts extracts and details of all the new newest
est newest releases.
Bill Hayes, whose Wrtogle
Wrangle" is a big hit, started We
with operatic ambitions.. -But :, be
got sidetracked into pop music music-five
five music-five kids helped sidetrack him
so be gave it up. JNOt complexes,
however; be still studied. And, on
March 23, hell "make his debut
singing some arias in a Cincinnati
concert with the Cincinnati Sym
phony.' J
DICK'S PICKS: SUm plckto;s
this week best is the Ame Broth Brothers'
ers' Brothers' "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah' (RCA).
rw "wiior. Is Cinderella"
(Buddy Bregma Verve); "Dark
Moon" ( Bonnie Guitar, Dot I ;
"Dancing Castanets" (4rrf Wild,
ir.nnt' "strlrtlv Sentimental"
(June Valll, RCA); "Only a Day
dream" (Kon nargrT, juuju;,
"Baby's Comin' Home", (Cennie
Conway, Dot).
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your moody moments Demenlee
for a Perfect Day"; mood-and-Jatz
are combined neatly on. "A Mel Mellow
low Mellow Bit of Rhythm" by Andy Kirk
on RCA; Jack Pleis' ''Strings and
Things" on Decca is a thing of
beauty; soft and lovely u wj'
w Malinw finitar" on Co-
Masters of the keyborac? at their
classical best Jose iwrw piay
selections by Granados, Morart,
Debussy. Schubert, mot ana
Chopra on Angei s iiuiu in insures";
sures"; insures"; MalcOTvnskl plays three
nrahma telMrtions. including tne
Intermerao in E-Flst Minor (An-
.n- Mm Aietnian. oueunz wiui
her Violinist Sister, Anahld, plays
three modern works by Cowell,
Hovhaness and Ives; the late Wal Walter
ter Walter Gleeaking plays Beethoven's
sonatas nos. SO and 31 (Angeu.
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ty Air Force secretary for pro procurement
curement procurement and production, told
him the Ah Force doesn't like to
take refunds in .such cases. If it
does, contractors want it to make
good on "unanticipated pric in increases"
creases" increases" too.
Powers ssid the Air Materiel
Command told him the situation
arose because of Ford's "out "outstanding
standing "outstanding efficiency" in cutting
costs, plus "faulty" cost projec projections
tions projections and weaknesses in contract
After bearing the evidence, He Hebert
bert Hebert said he feared the case was
"one of many which we will be
able to tmcover."
Funeral Tomorro7
For DroYinIng Victim
Guillermo Myrls
Funeral services will be neld at
St. Peter's church in La Boca at
13: SO p.m. tomorrow for 10 year
old Guillermo A. Myrie, who was
drowned in Gamboa on Friday.
The body wiQ Be In state In the
parish hall of the church from 9
a.m. until the service begin.
A brother two years older al
most lost bis life, too, while both
were wading la a lake is Gam-
boa, but the father, who was on
the scene, succeeded in saving
Survivors include the parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Myrie,
brothers William, Jr., and Ray,
also grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Simeon Blake, of Jnaa Diax.
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:35 What'i Your J ? o r 1 1
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10:30 Cavalcade Of 'America
11:00 Concert Under ,The Start
12:00 Sign Off ..,.:
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T-5ftMnmlnir fialon Concert
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8:30 Musical Reveiue
8:00 News
8:15 Sacred Heart
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11:00 Newa -11:05
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11:30 Meet The Entertainer,
13:00 News
13:05 tnnchtlme Melodies
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:00 News
1:15 Mtiaie Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 Forward March
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Songs From The Shows
3:00 Hank Snow And His Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow Ranch Boys
1:15-Sammy Kake Show
3:30 Musis For Monday
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4:30 What's Your Favorite
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8:35 What's Your FTorite
6:00 Allen Jaeksoa Commen Commentary
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7:00 Interlude For Music
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LONDON, April 1 (UP) Con Conservative
servative Conservative MP Angus Maude said
today plans for Queen Elizabeth's
rumored trip to America next au autumn
tumn autumn filled him with "profound
distaste" because such v o s i t s
ghrould be metved for Britain's
friendliest allies.
He suggested that instead of the
Queen going to the U.S. President
Eisenhower should come here "to
make the British people less anti
In an article in Lord Beaver-
brook's Sunday Express he said,
"Visits by British sovereigns are
rare enough to be of real impor importance.
tance. importance. They are normally reserv reserved
ed reserved for the most friendly of our al allies.
lies. allies. 'Big Top' Arrives
In II. Y. To Begin
Season Sans Tenls
NEW.'YORK. April" 1 TUP)U
The -circus sliooed into .town teVi
aajr, to oegia nw rr wiuioui
. -VU t. i 1.L...1
us tents. .. i
The elephants, horses and other
animals of the Ringling Brothers
anl Barnum a Bailev Circus ca-
rsded through nearly deserted
early morning streets after un
loading from the t r a i n that
brought them from winter quar quarters
ters quarters at Sarasota, Fla.
The famed "big top" ten will
be missing from "the greatest
show on earth" this season.
The 40-week tour that starts
Wednesday in Madison Square
Garden will sport a "new look."
Tents were abandoned in favor ol
appearances in covered arenas
and at state fairs. Even sideshow
tents were sacrificed to economy.
But management said that the
new circus concent" will not
change the size or iavishness of
the circus.
The circs encountered econom
ic disaster on the road last season,
folded its tents in July, and
trekked back to Sarasota in a fu
neral-like procession. Labor trou
bles, bad weather and poor at attendance
tendance attendance had plagued it through
out the curtailed season.
The labor problem ended last
Jan, 18 when officials of the cir circus
cus circus and the American Guild of
Variety Artists signed a four-year
contract. The recognition dispute
resulted in picketing last season
and the appearance of a rival,
union-sponsored circus.
Fsmed clown Emmett Kelly
withdrew from the circus because
of the labor trouble.
After the Madison Square Gar
den engagement that runs until
May 12. the circus will play its
traditional second indoor date in
Boston. The big differences from
last season will not become ap apparent
parent apparent until it moves on to other
dates at Providence, R. I.,
Rochester. N.Y.. Hersbey. Pa.,
and Charlotte and Raleigh, N.C
Eccentric Spinster
Leaves Fortune
To Radio Aclress
HULLBEIDGE, England, April
I (UP) Eccentric spinster O-
livo Parker, 9. has left her 12, 12,-000
000 12,-000 pound fortune to radio actress
llaxjorie West bury whose comfort comforting
ing comforting voice eased her loneliness.
Details of Miss Parker's will
she chloroformed ber two PenkJn PenkJn-gese
gese PenkJn-gese dogs, then gassed herself
came to light in this Essex village
An inquest ruled she committed
suicide while the balance of ber
mmd was disturbed.
ieirhbors said food for the lone
ly woman's dogs was ordered
from London luxury shops, but
that aba staved in ber bunsalow a-
kme, writing long letters and tele
phoning repeatedly to keep in
toocb with other villagers.
They said Miss Parker listened
religiously to M Is a Westbury's
weekly broadcasts in which- she
played the radio wife of detective
Paul Temple. . j

To British MP

Maude likened a royal visit to
America to that ancient Roman
custom of leading "tha rulers of
subiect nation in triumph
through their streets.'' And be
added. "But do we, really want
so public a demonstration of our
incorporation in the American
"The question is whether Amer America
ica America ought to be considered as a
friendly state or not," Maude add added.
ed. added. "Of course the United States is
our ally. Britain has an essential
role to play in American world
strategy, which is aimed soley at
opposing and containing Russian
Maude said, "We have had to
watch Eisenhower and Dulles
squeeze the last drop of humilia humilia-ion
ion humilia-ion from our (Suez) defeat, deli deliberately
berately deliberately advertising to the world
to the accompaniment of a flow of
high-minded moral homilies more
nauseating even than those of Mr.
"We might forgive them (the
Americans) n tney, bad made
better Job of it themselves." he
said, "sut look at the situation o-
" do not think tho British
will easily forgive what weuid
be called, in anything but diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic language, a monrvt be betrayal
trayal betrayal of trust and friandsh-p.
"li is useless for our leaders to
go on repeating tne old pnrases a-
pout the vital need to rebuilt the
Atlantic alliance. We know ua al
liance is essential.
' "What is really needed is a gen
uine American gesture that would
make the British people less anu-
American. How aoout Eisenhower
heoming over nere instead? "Ait-
fmr all ha hai a castle nf his nwn
to come and stay in, and the ex
cuse that there are constitutional
difficulties in the way is not a va
ry difficult one to deal with."
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f NEW YORK, April 1 (UP) Add Bob Friend
and Bob Lemon to the list of pitchers who are ready
for their opening day assignments.

yhe two rugged right-handers
flashed mid-season form yester yesterday
day yesterday as the Pittsburgh pirates de defeated
feated defeated the St. "Louis Cardinals,
5-lr'and the Cleveland Indians
beat the! Baltimore Orioles, 8-3.
Managers Bobby t Bragan and
Kirby Farrell have indicated
frdm the start of the spring
training that they'll -open with
Irlend and Lemon assuming
oruy xna& iney re in snape.
Friend, a 17-game winner last
season, became -the first pirate
huyler to go nine innings when
Ke! "fired a five-hitter at the
Cardinals. ; Bill Virdon led the
pirates' attack with three sin sin-fries
fries sin-fries as the pBucs chalked up
their 13th victory in 19 Grape Grapefruit
fruit Grapefruit League games.
4 ; Lemon, who won 20 games
Jast year yielded five hits in
six Innings to gain credit for
his fourth win of the spring.
Jim Began and Roger Maris
.paced. the attack with homers
-to lead the Indians to their
-If turth straight triumph and
slve them an 11-9 spring rec-
i Dick Drott, a 20-year-old
rookie who led the Pacific Coast
League in strikeouts' last year,!
turned out a two-mtter over uie
nine-inning route to give the
Chicago cubs a 3-2 decision over
the New York Giants. Both hits
off Droit were homers by Gail
Harris in the fourth and by
"Dusty Rhodes in the eighth.
Gene Baker homered for the
Cubs, t,
jDon Larsen, the World Series
tjerfect game hero, went seven
fomings in. his longest stint of
the spring as the New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees downed the Kansas City
Athletics, 7-3. Larsen was touch touched
ed touched for 10 hits but only one run
and now "has yielded six runs
Mid 20, hits in '6 exhibition
homer, double and single for
the Yankees,
' Shortstop Felix Mantilla's 12th
Inning homer provided the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves with an 8-7 de decision
cision decision over .the -Washington
Senators. The Braves ran up an
early 7-0 margin buLhome runs
"byf"Jlnu Lemon "an -Lyle Lut Lut-treei
treei Lut-treei helped the Senators tie the
score. Each manager threw 22
players into action in a three three-hour
hour three-hour and 15-minute struggle.
Dick Donovan and Jim Wil Wilson
son Wilson held the National League
three hits and hurled the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox to a 7-1 victo victo-'
' victo-' rf. The White Sox, who end ends':
s': ends': ed a three-game losing streak,
were scoreless for six innings
hut connected for three runs
ff Don Drvsdale an the sev
enth and added four more off
' Fred Kipp in the eighth.
' Ted Kluszewskl doubled home
the tie-breaking run in the
eigiiui limine mu me
tl Redlegs went on to beat the
Philadelphia Phillies, 3-1. Russ
Meyer yieiaea me i-mmcs iuu
and seven hits in the first six
Innings and then Johnny KHpp-
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fourth-Inning homer accounted
for the Redlegs run off Jim
Hearn, who flipped the first six
Jackie Jensen's disputed three-
run homer In the eighth inning
produced a 3-0 victory for the
Boston Red Sox over the New
Orleans Pelicans. Manager Har Harry
ry Harry Lowery of the Pelicans dis disputed
puted disputed plate umpire Art Mcln Mcln-tyre's
tyre's Mcln-tyre's decision on the "fair or
foul" drive to no avail. The
game concluded the Red Sox'
nine-game tour during which
they played to 94,683 fans.
Harry Byrd, former American
League star, pitched two-hit
ball for six innings as Charles Charleston
ton Charleston of the American Association
scored an 82 decision over a
team of Detroit Tiger second second-stringers.
stringers. second-stringers. Toto Ibarra
Returns From
U.S. Friday
Top ranked bantamweight
contender Toto Ibarra is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to arrive at Tocumen Air Airport
port Airport Friday at 12:30 p.m., for his
April 14 championship bout with
118-pound king Melvin Bourne,
promoter Sidney Arias announc announced
ed announced today.
" Ibarra, who will be accompa
nied from New York by his Cu-1
ban manager Jorge Molina A-
costa, had previously planned to
reach here on Saturday instead.
The stocky, hard punching 20
i j . r i i i i
year-oia, wno leii nis Dacuwoous
home in the Chiriqui province
five years ago to come to Pana-
ma city where he became a ta-'
vorite in the ring, first as an
amateur and later as a pro, has
been working out at New York's
Stillman's Gym for several
He will finish training for the
big 15-rounder at the National
Gym. ..
Ibarra, who left for the U.S.
late last year, did all his fight fighting
ing fighting in Panama under trainer Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Perez, a stepbrother of
Molina who has lived in New
York for the past 15 years, heads
a group which handles Latin
American boxers in the UJ5.
Former world heavyweight con contender
tender contender Nino valdez has been
one of his charges.
Showing At Your Service
BALBOA 6:15 8:30
Ginger Rogers
Michael Rennie
Cinemascope Color!
Tues. "Naughty Marietta"
PARAISO 6:15 8:25
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Pacific Women's

Softball League
Won Lost Pet.
Jos French's 7
Alfredo Aleman Jr. 6
Cerveza Balbao ... 4
Tiyoli Motors ..... 4
Remaining Games
April 1: Cerveza Balboa vs
Jose French's, Santa Cruz. ;
April 2: Alfredo Aleman Jr. v
Cerveza Balboa, La Boca.
With teams having two games
left on the '57 schedule, second
division team help is necessary
for the two top teams, Jose
French's and Alfredo Aleman
Jr. in the home stretch of the
Pacific Women's S o f t b a 11
Alfredo Aleman 5, C. Balboa 5
Playing deadlock ball in a
thriller, cerveza Balboa and Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Aleman Jr. registered five
runs each to prolong the excited
final week of play for the
championship title this year.
Three pitchers, Diana carew
of Aleman, Stewart and Cum-
berbatch of Cerveza Balboa, ex exhibited
hibited exhibited good control to held op opponents
ponents opponents evenly with a large
crowd on hand to witness sev seventeen
enteen seventeen hits connected by both
The Balboa lassies trailed most
of the game but came alive, in
the fifth to produce three runs
taking a one-run lead but Dipal
moved back to tie the contest at
the end of the sixth.
T. Motors 7, Jose French's 5
Upsetting the league leaders,
Set. Fecteau's Tivoli Motors
pulled through a 7-5 win on Jo
se French nine at Santa Cruz in
an excitement-packed encoun
The much-improved service
wives surprised French's 'nine
with great fielding and hitting
ability. Scoring five big runs in
the first inning off the loser,
Jacinta Thomas, the "car deal dealers"
ers" dealers" broke a tie in the seventh
after French's squad returned
with two runs in the first and
three in the fifth. On two outs,
Tivoli Motors came up with two
v.'innlng runs on two singles, a
walk and two errors.
Betty Nessles gained the win
for Tivoli giving up ninw hits.
Cervesa Balboa 9, Aleman Jr.
! Engaging in their second same
tit the weekjK Cerveza Balboa
(-edged Al. Aleman Jr. 9-8 at the
La Boca part with many attend attending.
ing. attending. v
Hurling perfectly over the
champs forecoming stars, carew
and Laura Bailey, Dorothy
Cumberbatcn an oldtimei. led
the Beer squad to an eight-hit
victory. Cerveza Balboa scored
runs in the third, fourth and
the two last Innings.
Aleman Jr. was kept under
full control until the sixth in inning
ning inning when Worrel tripled home
three runs but superb Infield
work turned the "blows ridden"
Dipal girls up-sided.
Jose French's 8, Aleman Jr. S
Jose French's team clinched
it least a tie for first place on
Friday by whipping Alfredo Ale Aleman
man Aleman Jr. at Santa Cruz, 8 to 5
before a huge gathering.
Consistent hitting carried
French's lassies over the Laynes'
"Gwenle" and "Barbara" while
Sylvia Daniels held the clinch clinching
ing clinching point until. Jar vis took relief
in the fifth.
Home runs by Markland and
Thorne helped drive Dipal girls
down to a deeper second posi position
tion position amidst the "champs" try to
gain a tie for first place.
French's recorded runs in ev every
ery every inning except the fourth
vhile Aleman tallied their five
in the fifth on four hits.
Score By Innings
Jose French's 122 201 8 10 1
Al. Aleman Jr. 000 0505 6 3
Umpires: James, Brewster and
Hunt. Scorer: Charles Welsh.
Center Theatres Tonight
Tuesday "Oasis
"Behind the High Wall"
Tues. fNot As A Stranger"

Joan Collins Dewey Martin

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CLASSIC SPECIALIST The Stud' Colon Boys added $6,600 to their profits following the
thrilling victory of Chlroke in yesterday's $7,500 added six furlong i-Francisco Arias Paredes
Classic. Ruben Vasquez rode the winner while Braulio Baeza piloted the runnerup Kensing Kensington.
ton. Kensington. Members of the late great statesman and sportsman, Don Pancho, were the guests of
the racetrack. The expensive silver trophy that went to the winner was presented to s repre representative
sentative representative of the syndicate that owns Chlroke by Don Pancho's daughter, Mrs. Mitzl Arias de
St.; Malo.


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To Win Pancho Arias Classic

Chlroke yesterday afternoon
made himself a leading candi
date for the President Remon
track championship by display
ing real class in coming up from
last place m the first furlong to
score by more than two
lengths in the $7,500 added six
furlong Francisco Arias Paredes
The numerous owners (the
Stud Colon Boys) of Chlroke
wer understandably jubilant in
the winner's circle following the
victory of the four-year-old
English-bred chestnut son of
Billy Meyer
Dies; Funeral
KNOXVILLE, Tenn., April 1
(UP) Funeral services will
held tomorrow for William
(Billy) Meyer, baseball luminary
who had the rare distinction of
winning both Major and Minor
League Manager of The. Year"
ftwsrds v v..
The former Pittsburgh Pirate
leader; 63; died at Jort Sanderi
Hsopital yesterday after almost
two years of declining health. He
was troubled by uremic poisoning
and a heart condition.
The silver thatched, 1948, Major
League Pilot of The Year hal been
listed in serious and critical con condition
dition condition since entering the hospital
March 7.
Meyer, whom Branch Rickey
chose to lead his so-called Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh "Youth Movement," had
lived in retirement at his memento-filled
home here since 1955. He
had acted as Pirate farm system
"trouble shooter" for three years
following the 1952 season, his last
as a item leader.
as a Minor League manager,
Meyer had few peers. He copped
eight pennants in four different
leagues, three at Kansas City
wnich was then in the American
There, he was instrumental in
developing what has often been
termed the greatest Minor League
double play combination in history,
the team of Phil Rizzuto and Ger Gerry
ry Gerry Priddy, both of whom later star
red in the Major Leagues.
Other pennants came at Newark,
ixiuisvuie, bpringiieid and Bing
hamton. In 1939, he was named
Minor League manager of The
Year after his Kansas City Blues
won the American Association
crown for the second straight year.
it was after this string of phe phenomenal
nomenal phenomenal Minor League successes
that Meyer was brought to the Na
tional League to guide the destiny
of the Pirates in 1948.
In his first Major League man managerial
agerial managerial season, Meyer employed
masterful player psychology to
boot a team of "damp-eared
youths and tired old veterans" to
a fourth place finish.
For this, he was acclaimed man
ager of the year.-He, Casey Sten
gel and Eddie Dyer were the only
men ever to win the award in both
the Minors and Majors.
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Elvis Presley in
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Jane Wyman in
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Kingstone-Alpine Vista.
Backed down to almost even
money, Chiroke went off the
mutuels favorite with $2,761
of the $7,488 bet in the win
column. Melendez, Jal Ala II
' and Double Four followed iu
that order.
At the break, At was the out
sider Kensington that shot to
the front and set a slzzline pace
that took the breath out of Jal
Alai II, which attempted to
match his speed; Double Four
and Gonetino. Patan raced fifth
in the early stages while Melen Melendez
dez Melendez and Chlroke alternated In
last place. ;
Some three furlongs out, Chi Chiroke
roke Chiroke hit his stride and quickly
raced away from Melendez to
set sail after the leaders. With
cool Ruben "Caliche" Vasquez
driving for all he was worth,
Chiroke rapidly rushed bv hors
es and was already third only a
half length behind the faltering
Jal Alal when he flashed by the
final furlong pole.
in a few leaps Chiroke was
second and in less time than
it takes to tell he had ever ever-hauled
hauled ever-hauled the flying Kensington
and was winging along to an another
other another impressive victory his
tenth in 13 local starts.
The slow startinsr Melende
finally unwound himself for a
brilliant stretch run that was
started much too late. H land
ed third, a-neck -ahead of Dou-
me ..Four, ana some three i-. and
one-half lengths behind Ken
sington. i-
Vasaues rode another winner.
Volcanico, ,to be the only rider
to score more than once all aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The dividends:
1 Carraway $13.40, 4.60.
2 Moon Beam $2.60.
1 La Pampanint $13.80, 6.
2 No Gallito $4.
First Double: $147.80
1 Toxic $7, 3.20.
2 La Gazza Ladra $2.60.
One-Two: $16
1 Rabiblanco $9.20, 4.40.
2 Moonshiner $3.60.
Quiniela: $18 60
1 Francisqulto $4.20, .60.
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2 Fru Fru $3.40.
1 Jaquimazo $6r 3.60.
2 Mrs. HaUigan $4.60.
1 Volcanico $4.80, 3.40.
2 Maria Stuanto $4.40.
Second Double- $13.80
1 Concrete Fine $12.40, 2.20.
2 Posiblemente $2.20.
i Quiniela; $2.60
1 Chlroke, $4.20, 3.60.
2 Kensington $6.40.
One-Two $42.80
1 Distingo 17 JO, 9.
2 Kadir $6.80
This Year's
Probably Best
NEW YORK, Aprsl l-r-(UPl
Few things are sure in rac racing,
ing, racing, but this much is known
about the current three-year-olds.
They are the fastest in
' years perhap foe 1 fastest
' ever. ""- v
Earlier this 1 season, Bold
Ruler set a track record for
seven furiongs.- Then, .early
last week, Federal Hill set a
world record for six and one one-half
half one-half furlongs. Saturday, Gen General
eral General Duke beat them both at
Gulfstream in the Florida
Derby and equalled .the world
record for a mile and one one-eighth
eighth one-eighth of 1:46 4-5.
WiUie Hartack rode Gen.
Duke to a lengtband one-half
triumph over Bold Ruler (Ed (Eddie
die (Eddie Arcaro) while the Duke's
stablemate, Iron Liege (Dave
Erb), was third only a head
behind Bold Ruler.
General Duke already was
the future-book' favorite for
the Kentucky Derby (at 2-1).
and now the Calumet horse
looks even better. Bold Ruler
is the second choice (at 3-1),
and he's a very good eolt. But
General Duke now -looks like
the class of a great three-year-old
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tS O S 3



Intramural Sports

With three of the four teams
in the league tied for first place,
the C League Softball: competi competition
tion competition in the Balboa Junior-Senior
High intramural sports program
is red hot. Bob Rathgeber's
Yankees had been established as
a pre-season favorite to take
the title, but they found the go going
ing going tough.
Charlie Bradshaw's Cardinals!
upset tne Yanks In a 14 to 8
ball game that saw Bradshaw
and Dick McNatt as the big
hitters for the winners. The
Cards came from behind In the
last two innings with a total of
8 runs while holding the yanks
scoreless. Luis Lombano, Doug
Chassin, and Bob Flumach all
hit well for the Yanks but could
not get the base knocks off
Bradshaw in the -late -Innings,
when they were needed toe'
The Yanks came back later in
the week to win over the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers piloted by Maurice Nahmad
in a 6-4 game. This was one of
the best games of the season
and featured sharp fielding by
both clubs, chassin was the win winning
ning winning pitcher, and aside from
the second inning v when the
Bums scored three runs he was
never in serious trouble.
Al Muller's Giants got pushed
into the cellar and still have to
win their first ball game. Both
their defeats this week were
heartbreakers. First thev Inst arv
extra Inning game to the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers 9-7, then after going wild
mm scoring s runs m tne. last
iwo innings they saw their rally
fall short by 1 run to lose 11-12
to the Cardinals,
The Giants don't seem to be
able to get their attack func functioning
tioning functioning until late in the ball
game. Against the Cards they
were down 12 to. 3 after three
innings, only to score 5 runs in
the 4th, and 3 in the fifth. Gene
Fraunhelm blasted a bases load loaded
ed loaded homer to count for four of
the runs in th. 4th. Frauen-
heim also proved the goat, how however,
ever, however, for with the tying and
winning runs on base in the
fifth, Gene grounded out to the
pitcher to end the game. -char-lie
Bradshaw helped his team'
cause plenty-with' two''1 home
runs, both' with mates on "base.
Five more tames wern nlnved
in the B League basketball com
petition. Bv the Mid of the week
It was crystal clear that Alex
Ruiz had the team to beat. His
Globe Trotter five moved Into
undisputed first place when
they smothered their closest rl
val the Celtics 46-36.
Alex scored 21 points for his
team in this game and was all
dver the floor on defense, steal stealing
ing stealing balls, intercepting passes
and capturing rebounds. He got
wis oi scoring nem rrom simms
Allen who was good for' 16
points. - ,
Roy Culbreth. caotaiivbf the
ceiucs equaled Ruiz Doint De
duction, and got 13 of his 21 via
the charity toss route. Leroy
Vaughan scored 13 for the loa-
ers, put that just about was the
sum and substance of the Cel
tics scoring power.
The Trotters won their sec second
ond second game of the week by taking
a one-sided contest from the
Dons 26 to This same team of
Dons, lead by Frank Townshend,
played their best game of year
earlier in the week by coming
within three points of upsetting
the Hawkeyes, 22-25.
Jack Pearson, recently acquir acquired
ed acquired by the Dons, combined with
Ed Dolan to give the Dons the
scorine punch thev have lacked
all season. Pearson scored 8 and

gives your slioas tho



Dolan 1 to give their team a felt
boost. ,Harr el Womble continued
11.1. li . T

u.ub uuiv lie Nwen ; iu point
while teammate Brink Miller i
used his height around the
boards to score another I for the
winners. -The
Celtics, although Josinr

uu vi& uii wj uue uiudb iroi-.
ters, stayed just off the pace by
winning another two games, j
They took th9 Hawkeyss 42-2S -and
then won a tight one from
the greatly improved Tarheels) -33-31.
Culbreth was the bis;''
scorer in both games for the
Celtics, but against the Hawk- ;
eyes he got ample support from
th. rest of his .team. Dick Mor-

ris was hot for the Hawkeyea ax
he netted a 14 point total. j.
Against the Tarheels the Cel Celtics
tics Celtics ran Into an inspired ball
Club, that limfc Hhnnt. rnt; t.h nh '

done. Rav r"olrtu;ll YaA Mm i9m '.
all fired up for this one as six -of
his boys hit for points. Lloyd
Brown scored 9 and Caldwell aV
f! Ilnm CLnf halt : :
Team ... Won Lost et
Yankees .. ,. 2
Dodgeds ,A v.
Cardinals ,, ,, 2
Gipnts ,. 0.
,67 :

B League Basketball
Globe Trotters- 4 f 4) 1.800
Celtics ...... M 3 i ,750 "-
Hawkeyes ,.. t'.'t .500
Tarheels .. ., 1 3 .250
Dons .. .. 0 4 ..000

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Dupas to Prove
He's No Negro,

Then Quit Ring
Lightweight Ralph Dupss said to.'-"
day after he invu ha

Negro.he miy o,uit -boxinsj aad

But he -lel will .wet-u-x,;,
from1 the charges and alM le, -effor
evidence en his side. i
The nation's sixth rnVin i;r.r
weight said ehsrses brouffht h
section, of the Louisiana State
Health Department that he is a -Negro
have caused him embarrass
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.Louisiana s jioxidk commission
has scheduled hearings for 7:30
p.m. Tuesday for Dupas and oth-'
ers ; to offer evidence, oa the -charges.
' ''
Dupas toid TJnited Preii.' M'm
going- to stay and give my' evi.'
dence and prove that I'm white.
And I plan to fight Vince Martines'
April 8. After that; I may i drop ;
fighting,. regardless of the, com v
niuisiuni ruuug, ana taxe up tcu
ing." - '
Dupas, 21, said he played a
minor role In the movie, "Now
Orleans, Unconsored."
Dupas' fighting future was jeo jeopardized
pardized jeopardized when the State Boxing
Commission- announced Thursday
it will veto the scheduled Dupas-,
Martinez fight here if evidence
proves Dupas is Negro. ..
Martinez is a ranked.; weltr.
A state law passed last summer
banned racially mixed athletic e-'
Until now no open' attempt has
been made to challenge Duoas
race. He grew up among whites in v.
New Orleans and was educated in
white public schools.

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Balboa Relays Friday




Lopez Takes New Job

So Speed Strictly

' TAMPA,-Fla. (NEA) -Alfonso
kamon Lopez feet fairly pop out
of the Bermuda grass covering Lo Lopei
pei Lopei Field.
Senor Lopez is the first manager
to conduct his club's training in a
park -named, after him, but that
isn't the reason why be walks like


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' i : GRLAiflH). We ivere not titanically surprised the
other day when Fred Ilaney, told us he was standing pat
for '57. After all, the Milwaukee Braves had narrowly
missed in a, photo and there is reason to believe some of
Mr. Haney's complacent warriors will do better the next
time around. - ',
t The Senators, Instead of trailing by one game,, had trailed
by 38 last season, yet we were not at ail surprised when Chuck
Dressen told us he was standing pat, too. In his ase, hpwever,
there Is a difference; he has no alternative.
' Groping to find something psomlsing about the seventh
pla'c club, the intense little manager said: "Our younger, play play-ers
ers play-ers should be improved this yeaf.. You know, they've had ao ao-other
other ao-other year's experience."-:--'--'.
Still, when he got around; to speculating on team personei.
we -noted such familiar' names as Clint Courtney (c), Pete Roun-
" nels (i.f J, Eddie Yost (i.f,, Jim Lemon (o.f,, Camilo Pascual
(p) and Chuck Stobbs, (pl.'ttie holdover pros, got top billing.
. Doggedly, Mr.- Dressen paid reverence to, the springtime
"tradition of hope, though .lt. was clear that his heart,, and cer certainly
tainly certainly his baseball Intelligence, weren't in it. . . -.
3l 'can nromlse vou one rthlnt he said, still keeping his

gaze fixed on a sturdy young pitcher warming up alongside first

base. 'Xemon won't strike out any 138 tunes wus year.
- Lemon has established a new major league record for futil futility
ity futility at the plate last season; at the same time he had hit 27
homers, driven In 90 runs and batted .271 to lead the Senators
attack, such as it was. v vv ; '-'l,'
"He's such a tall fellow U) he had trouble adjusting his
swing -to tbevlow pitch,". the manager continued. "I changed
h!s stance, -got him to bend his knees and now he's much
tougher to fool. He could be a real big hitter."
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Mr.'Dresseft indicated the youngster warming up. . "that's
George Susce's boy, Paul. Was All-Southern with Auburn, which
is down m'Alabama.'Pretty; io&dj fast ball,":
- Suscp senior, staridinn near by. beamed, He was here to

Interest the manager in signing

I arm ciuo. ,The sea box naa signea, snowier sonuwrse jun junior;
ior; junior; -who hs&stuckJ JABpary bsealoWUtyi waijfamlly
'-trait -iv.Uit W --.'.-f.."-w. fssHz w
"Yotf wln'Oo see him hit?'' The father asked Mr; Dressen.
The youngster walked with j limp and for the first time
the, casuals on ihe field realized he had a withered left leg. Yet
It .didn't, seem, to-.handicap, hlmiiHe met the ball solidly for two
-.-long -drives. ;,--- k-.-u : .,-(,..
"Naturally the polio leg doesn't help him," the father ad admitted.,
mitted., admitted., ."But he's so determined to be a ball player, he's ot
so much courage, and made so many sacrifices to get as far
as be has, I must believe he's going to make it. That's why
il'm hoping Chuck will take him on."
..i v, "How much you asking?? r :
George V. Susce Sr.. unemployed coach and former big
league regular, rebuked fiis interrogator with a hurt look,
v "Mister, you would have no way of knowing what it means
. to me to see that this boy at least get a chance to prove to his
own satisfaction whether he can or can not ttftch in the big

leagues. What am I asking? I'd give my right arm to make
his dream come true.". .-'
,.P5."Paul was signed but by the Pirates for their Colum Columbus
bus Columbus International League farm.
".7 : v IJbeI te Name
-: "-.
'. The Senators are a big league team in name only. It's
been more than 20 years since they won a pennant and they
haven't been out of the second division in 10 years. They are
apparently doomed to finish last this yeat Only the KC A's
were worse last season and they have Improved.
r The Capital ha all but deserted the team. The home paid
attendance was a bash 431,647 last year bat TV-radio fees, concessions-and
park rental by football pros, kept the numerous
dependents in. the luxuries te Which they have become accus accustomed.
tomed. accustomed. Beeaaae both money and operational know how are
limited, no real 1st U effort is or can be made to build the elnb
inte eontendershlp.
i Except tor the publicity value, a training earan for this sort
f outfit is without point. Threats to move the .franchise used
to antagonize the fans-. Now thev are afraid the threats wort
materialize. And this might be Mr. .Dressen'i only chance to
. escape; '-- -


S&. "SANTA OLIY1A .Sails Cristobal, April It
8.S. -SANTA BARBARA'' ..... Salts Cristobal, April 11
-SANTA LCISAt .vj. .;.-.-.... Safla Cristobal, April n
S.S. -SANTA ISABEL- .Saib) Cristobal, April 1
- S.S. "SANTA LnSA" Sails Cristobal, April g
8.S. -SANTA CECILIA" ........Sails Cristobal, April t
S.S. -SANTA CRUZ" Due Balboa,' April II
,8.5. "SANTA LEONOK" ...... Dm Balboa, April 21
JS. -SANTA ANTTA" .;...'.. ...... Satt Balbea, April 1
SJS- 'SANTA CELr" Sails CrirtobaV April It
'Loads Care Cristobal

a man with a tremendous load off I

kifl knnV
The White Sox finished third,
Him 'V a am f behind the Indians
last trip, but Lopez acts and talks
like a gent wno got-a reprieve in instead
stead instead of being fired in Cleveland.
Unless 'Jim Landis, a rather, in
experienced young outfielder mate
and Son
the boy and.endlng him to a


As Boost

His: Style
Chicago personnel. The old stand
by s have to improve if .the South
Sidera are to siep up. r ...
Yet Lopez says, "This has been
a delightful spring."--
Lopez Js free of the haggard
look he wore most of the tame in
Cleveland, the kind a manager
gets when he wins once and fin
"Nice guys finish second." Finish Finishing
ing Finishing second cultivates ulcers.' It's
the maximum in frustration.
in Cleveland, a H Lopez could do
was sit and wait for the big inning
and when the big inning came
thai Indian; scored two runs.
Lopez took a brighter view ; of
the Cleveland situation at the out
set last season.
The idol of the, Tampa elgar
Makers felt that the trade which
brought Chice Carrasquel and Jim
Busby for Larry Doby would en enable
able enable the Indians to run more, set,
up plays and play a bttle different
type of baseball. But the same old
DOies nmiuieu iu
hin0 wer made much worse
when practically everybody stop stopped
ped stopped hitting. ,',
So, Lopez, to bis way of think thinking,,
ing,, thinking,, was kicked upstairs to a
"Don't forget .that the White
Sox beat tne aayugnis oui oi uio
Indians last year, J5 out of 22," he
remuuu. .....
"I m delighted to be with the
White box, ne says, s w
imni. Munn I'll set to watch
Luis Aparicio play shortstop all
season. That will really be some something."
thing." something." Aparicio in his freshman year
established himself as the slickest
shortstop in the American League,
so accepted by no less aa authority
than Casey Stengel of the Yankees.
'Not only is Lopez escaping -the
Cleveland wolves who booed' Al
Rosen out of basebsll and into the
brokerage business, but with Apa Aparicio
ricio Aparicio alongside Nellie Fox at sec
ond base, the senor has a double
nlav combination. He ao longer has
to watch base hits slip through the
middle or to either side. When a
ball is hit in that direction now,
someone is likely to catch it er
pick it up.
Where be was manipulating eithJ
er statues or fellows who couldnf
steal first base in Cleveland, Lo Lopez
pez Lopez now is free to play the running
game that has Comtskey Park fans
shouting. "Go! got go" Aparicio,

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Cam bridge U Again Beats
Oxford In Rowing, fitassic

LONDON, April X (V?-Cam-bridge
University- continued its
domination of the annual rowing
classic against Oxford today by
winning the le3rd 'clash between
the two shoo la ea the Thames river;
b twe lengths
Cambridge took the lead after
two miles In the four-ii)e, 374 yd.
coarse and swept m te its 7th win
ia the ancient series.
Oxford, with a heavier erw to today
day today and favored to win th race,
has wea 45 times. The 1177 event
was a desd beat i
WhUe Cambridge
featured twe
Ameneans in its
with tae vaonionai
Enrfirti long
Sweeping style wbiie Oxford used
the bort-troke American style.
. It was fho traHl atylo
HicH n vt at tHe H hr
H Mr11k in If ifilnuN.
TK 1MI Cambridee
fS tvrw rcrd
7 wivttp $S tccs.
Oxford Fre J"'-t. Bodmck Car
eer of Aosr! toed a gid-

Largest Crowd
Ever Expected Expected-For.
For. Expected-For. Big Meet:

With all events pushed to ca capacity
pacity capacity by the number of entries,
track and field fans are assured
of a full evening of thrills BTl BTl-day
day BTl-day night at Balboa Stadium
when 180 athletes will go
through their paces. H
Meet officials anticipate one
of the largest crowds in the 8 8-year
year 8-year history of the Balboa Re Relays,
lays, Relays, so those who don't like
standing in lines could save
themselves this discomfort by
getting tickets'1 at either tne
Balboa Service center or the
Diablo Service Center. The Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Lettermen's olub will be
selling tickets at these two spots
every evening this week. Adult
tickets sell for 50 cents.
Never before have so many
military men enter the meet.
Most of them have been work work-tog
tog work-tog out as time permits, and it
wouldn't come as too much of a
surprise to see them walk off
with most the trophies, s The
three- Canal Zone mterscholas mterscholas-Jic
Jic mterscholas-Jic League schools are well rep rep-icsented,
icsented, rep-icsented, however, and the Ar Army,
my, Army, Navy, Marines, and Airmen
are going to have to hustle to
outdo the kids. r i -'
In addition to the large entry
list in each event, which insures
iie fans of seeing more races
tnan ever oeiore, meet omciais
have planned a more elaborate
opening ceremony. Featured
this year will be the honorary
referee, Paul Runne strand;
Queen of the Relays, Miss Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Anne Metzger; plus the in introduction
troduction introduction to the crowd of all
the defending title holders f in
the individual events. This col colorful
orful colorful ceremony will start at 7
20, after the preliminaries in
th 100, low hurdles, and high
hurdles have been run, .and the
field events have been thinned
down by an hour's action. -
Future articles will analyze
the open event in which the
team title will be decided. There
are five events that don't figure
in. this, and they are tne races
for the younger boys; -'. -w :
Ancon Elementary school 1ms
won -the 440 yard relay for tne
past two 1 years at least, and 'is
tavorea to win again tnis year.
They annually come upwlth a
?:roup of speedsters who outrun
he field. Their 195? team con consists
sists consists of Jensen, Bettsak, Lem Lem-macks.
macks. Lem-macks. Canas. and Tapia. which
will be out to better the record
of 55.9 set last year by another
Ancon team. Balboa is expected
to give the Anconltes a good run
for their money with Lewis
French running the anochor
leg. French was. timed in 11.8
the other day, which isn't bad
for an elementary school ZOO
yard time.
In the Junior High division it
is very difficult to point out
boys who should win. Very little
is known of the aDiuty or tne
boys, but by and large Balboa
and Cristobal have pretty well
split the honors.
This year St. Mary's has a full
entry in the Junior High divi
sion, and this should make the
races much more interesting and
might upset the balance of pow power
er power one way or the other. Just to
cause a bit of argument and stir
up some comment Cristobal is
going to be tabbed as 'the win winner
ner winner In both the 7th grade 440
Jim Rivera and Minnie Vinoso are
suDerlativa baserunners.-Fox can
move and so does Bubba Phillips
and the new kid, Landis, who is up
from Memphis. Doby is an aver average
age average runner. j
Phillips could be a key man, if
he can play third base. He's a
right-hand hitter, and the enemy
threw too many left-handers at the
White Sox last season.
The White Sox have considerable
pitching and a corking catcher in
Sherman Lollar. r
"Tnis i a club you can do some
thing with," says Al Lopes.
The guy could be right.
Middlesex (northern) bisk- of the
l names. .
uxroro, wita a snorter course,
rotPHf ih nrst bend, sprinted to
a slight lead at the start but the
sheua were evea at the 1,000 yard
mark. The banks of the river were
jammed with spectators. They
jammed the towpaths, covered the
roofs of buildtngs. and filled every
available window. Many, smsll
launches and rowboats, decked out
either in Kght er dark blue, cov covered
ered covered the stresm.
They watched Oxford regain the
lead by three-quarters of a length
at the mile post only to see Cam-

It rowedibrWse stain drawn evea at Ham-

mertmith bridge, one mile, 1180
yards from the etart
Then, after two miles. Cam
bridge took the lead for the find
time, pulling away by ooe length.
Al Bsrnes bridge, aer three and
enebalf miles, Cambridge led by
a a length and one-half.
From there on an npet wss in
the makift for the result shocked
the majonty of rowing experts who
ad frd:-ed a rrest wai from
e dirt tii;? Oxford crew. A3 A3-Pnjrh
Pnjrh A3-Pnjrh the c--P had drorred from

Perez KO's

4th Larget ; Boxing Crowd

(UP) t The f ourth'largest box box-inr
inr box-inr crowd in history, watched
Pascual Perez of Argentina de defend
fend defend -his world flyweight cham
pionship knocking 'out Welsh
man, uai twwer v wo
of the first round Saturday
night In one of the quickest ti title
tle title fight finishes on record.'
A" crowd oi oo.vuo persons
jammed the open-air San Lo Lorenzo
renzo Lorenzo Stadium to watch the 31 31-old
old 31-old Peres defend his title for the
fourth time by living up' .to his
reoutatlon as beina one of the
hardest hitters, pound for pound,
in boxing.
i The crowo was me Biggest
since Joe Louis knocked out Max
Baer at Yankee Stadium in 1935
before 88,000 persons, which is
topped only by the 120,000 who
saw tne jack, Dempsey-uene
Tunney fight in Philadelphia In
1926, and 104,000 wno saw me
Dempsey-Tunney return bout in
Chicago in 1927
The partisan crowa naraiy
had a chance to cheer Perez un
til the champion eiectnned tne
spectators with a ripping left
hook to Dowers midsection fol followed
lowed followed by a right cross carrying
the full nower of Perez's coordi
nated 1Q6 pounds which sent
Dower buckling to the canvass
where he took the ten-count,
flat on his back with his eyes
glazed and blood welling from
his mouth.
Carried to his dressing room
in the arms of an Argentine po policeman,
liceman, policeman, Dower was still groggy
ten minutes alter tne ngnv-' i
om nrrv T'Tn knrrv nm all
M". HV..( . . .... "V J, ,. M
Dower could manage to say with
tears running down his cheeks.
Manager Nat Seller said Perez
scored his. knockout punch over
Dower's left guard, whleh had
dropped too low. Promoter jak
soiomons said Dower never saw
the tfanch which flattened him.
Dower, despite the immediate
and 8th' grade 440 relays.
Even though a bit more might
be known about the older ath athletes
letes athletes in the open division, it is
still going to be next to impossi impossible
ble impossible to predict accurately indi
vidual winners. The attempt will
be made, however, and if: you
follow the articles in your favo-
rit newsnaDer von
win learn
how One person sees it 4.

Complete Prize-winning Numbers In the Ordinary Drawing No. 1986, Sunday, March 31, 1957
The whole ticket has 4 pieces divided In two series "A" U "B" ef Jt pieces each.

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Prize-winning Numbers ef yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: Panama the 1st, tad and Jrd.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in t and net inehided ia the akere list win Forty-Eight Dollars ($(SJt) each.
The whole ticket has 48 pieces which comprises the twe series "A" and 3"

Signed kyt

WITNESSES. Treadle Reyes C, Ced. Ne. lt-HZS
Aarera Ma. Flom, Ced. Ne, S-2SUS

llATf. Tlx hfkna ttekm wtttt th iut ctpixr tat with taw tara MM
"U cipher, annly nly to ih Pmt Prtac,
' Ttm Pint Prln and titt 2nd and 3rd Price ara drum tpmnttij. Thm
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a tirkee nhauld cairv ti auajfcar 4 Kh ariM. tba koldar 1 aaMUa 1 -ciaua
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dravi;;g of the 3 strikes
V Sunday, March 31, 1957 ;'
" Drawing Number SIT "J' '-.
Fraction Ticket
Hrft Prize .... 79 $11,001 $220.00
Second Prize. . . 61 3.00 60.00

Dower Before

effect of the blow, left the
dressing room under his own
power ana apparently m gooa
condition. ;
Perez said amidst the Jubila Jubilation
tion Jubilation of his dressing room, that
Dower had shown an ef f ec ive
left jab, but that he had not
Leen hurt by any of tne wows
he received during the first min minute
ute minute of the fight. Perez disclosed
it was not his intention to go
for a first-round knockout. He;
said he was studying r Dowers
style in the -first round, but
when the opportunity presented
itself, he didn't hesitate. c v
- Perez manager, Lazare Koci,
announced he wants to match
Perez for a title fight with
Spain's Young Martin here in
May. Dower, who suffered his
only previous loss in a thirty-six
fight professional career -to
Martin, said he thought Perez
could beat Martin "because he
is a much harder puncher,'
The Paiomas and the Macaws,
are both feathered fowls but
neither run true to tradition.
The paiomas no longer carry
messages, and the Macaws, rate'
second In the world for their
bility to talk.
There are no feathers flying
In Fastlich Park and no messag messages
es messages carried. When the Macaws
moved into the picture, they
seemed to be only ones who
have have mastered the art of
speech but it was clear that the
little Macaws understood and
appreciated every word of the
instructions they received from
their manager, pete Corrlgan.
The boys consider it a privilege
and a pleasure to listen and
carry out his Instructions.
It has improved their ability
as ballplayers for the past three
years, since he came to the ball
park. His good Influence has
been reflected on the boys at
home, at school, as well as at the
nasetan parte.
'Carry ,on Corrlgan'T
' '"'

First Prize 6479
Second Prize 15 61
Third Prize 3782


Approximations Dented From First Prize

Approximations Derived From Second Prize

Approximations Derived From Third Prize

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ALBERTO ALEMAN. Geverner of the Province ef Paaama Ced.
The RepresenUtrffe ef the Treasmry. 10SX GUXLLERMO AIZFU

HONEST ... We're not fooling T
These Customers Won
Without Paying One Red Cent Id Win! i
Glenn Fitzwater Juan A. Macfa
Mrs. Reinolds Benilda R. Cespedes --
Mrs. George A. Halloran Santiago Avifa
George Martha Bill Hauser
Robert E. Cox Griselda Fields

18-47 Central Ave. 137

v: No Fooling i Yoa cta

$ 48,000.00
$ 14,400,00
$ 7,200.00

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FOR RENTs Two bedroom
furnished chalet at Campo Ale."'
ore, $65.00. Samuol Lewis St.
No. 4 Telephone 3-5554.
FOR RENT: Completely furn furnished,,
ished,, furnished,, throe bedroom chalet
(cold, hot water), 1M, Via Beli Beli-ario
ario Beli-ario Porra.
FOR RENTs A residence of
two floors: First floor, garden,
two garage, one apartment of
two bedrooms, two bath-rooms
lining and living-room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid-room and office room,
porch; Second floor, four bed-
rooms; three bathroomsj a big
living room, dining room, pan.
try, one. extra 'room. :4wo wide
porches, a big terrace,' and flat
roof. Via E spans: No. IB (37 (37-34).
34). (37-34). fri'U, ."it-; : i
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
' Cottages. Modern conveniences
moderate rate. Phone Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, 4-441. v
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT: Beautifully furn furnished
ished furnished large room, kitchen pirv pirv-lieges.
lieges. pirv-lieges. Pension Mexico in Bella
Vista. Phone 3-0553
Standings, March 31
, - Won Loci GB
Nehl ,:.':;,.T.itS

I A'-MutHal of Orn.aha4 3 ?

Tivoli Motoi .;-.
v-sommers Sparks
Next Five Game
;. Monday. April 1: Nehi v.s El El-ga;
ga; El-ga; Sommers' Sparks vs Tropel Tropelco
co Tropelco Tuesday. April 2: Tivoli Mo-
tors vs. Mutual of Omaha.
Wednesday, April 3: Elca vs.
Tivoli Motors; Sommers' Sparks
vs Nehi.
Nehi surged to the top of the
TRt.hminn LittU League swno-
-""---- ..,. nf n
cave Omaha Just four widely
separated hits and Small was
tagged for eight, safeties.
Score By Innings
M of Omaha 000 001 4
Nehi 400 004 8
: The box score:
F. Ellington, ss .
. A. Cummings, 3b ..
, A. Phillips, cf
T R. Bowen, c. If . .
' J. Morales, If, c
R. MUlett, lb
, T. Cooper, 2b
G. Todd,f rf .
B. Cumberbatch, rf
M. Small, p
Ab R
. 2 0
2i i 4
jC. Smith, cf
" D. camprjen
vC Mason, 3b
J. Myrie, ss
F. Graham, If
T- Layne. lb -r.
Williams, c
D. Myles, 2b
R. Alrd. p
0 0,
Totals 22 4 8
. Wlnnlne pitcher: Aird. Losing
uhr- RmaU. Umolres: Far-
n. fsobers. Weeks. Llnds.-v
Barer: A- Peterkln. Time
five Leading Batsinen
. t Ab
R. Crew, Elga ... 42
I. Barber, Elta ... 38
H Pet.
!05 i
w' Rowen. M. of O. 35 16 7
nrhm weni . w
21 -525
E. Farrell, Tropelco 35 16 457
AdlaiV Son Among
'Witnesses In Cise
lnvolyina Death;
l FXKHART, Ind.; April 1
fL'P John Stevenson, son ot
1956 DemocTitic presidential can-)
rtiHate AdLll E. MeVOTSOn, .W1U;
be among witnesses this week at;
the Jury mai i iwrau
in a traffic death case..;
' Frederick Gill was indicted by
frjnd jury on chsrges of tevol
untary manslangbter and reckless
' hoT .icide following the collision of
f j s truck with ear driven by
ywrg Stevenson in December,
1X5. ; :
?rard students,
in Steven ca's


ATTENTION. 0. 1. 1 Just eailt
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, i closets, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kit
chen, porch, garage. 46th Si.
East No. 2-41. Phone 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment at El C a ng re re-jo.
jo. re-jo. For further information te telephone
lephone telephone 3-4944.
FOR RENT: Apartment one
bedroom, living room, dining,
room, kitchen, and bath in Be Bella
lla Bella Vista, facing Uraca Park.
For information call 2-1958. Pa-
FOR RENT: Apartment, 3
bedrooms, two bathrooms, liv-in-dining
room, large kitchen,
laundry clothesline and maid's
room with bath at Campo Ale Ale-gre.
gre. Ale-gre. Information' call Panama
apartment for April, May and
Juno. Two bedrooms, $100.00
monthly. Tel. Panama 3-0088.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, large
porch, Venetian blinds, garage,
hot water, linen, china glass glassware.
ware. glassware. Exclusive residential sec section
tion section Bella VUta Phone Balboa
FOR RENT: At El Cangrejo.
Modern apartment, 2 bedrooms
hot Water, garage. Balboa 2 2-3382.
3382. 2-3382. Panama 3-1043.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, completely furnished, in including
cluding including refrigerator, hot water
etc. 43rd. Street No. 27, Bella
FOR RENT: Frunished dec decorated
orated decorated dream apartments, fully
equipped. Kitchens, hot water,
daily maid service, telephones.
Edificio Campo Aiegre, corner
of Via Espana and Manuel M.
Icaza, for information. Miss A-
rango. Sam building at Art -y
Decoracion Store, across El w
; Panama Hotel. ; J
FOR RE NT -Modern endi at
tractlve',,m bedroort aparfv
ment on ground floor- of new
building Portof ino"; G Street
(48), El Cangrejo, Hot water
facilitieslaundry conveniences,
garage, etc. Phono 2-3429, No.
18-18 Central Ave.
games from Chevrolet-B'uiclt.
jistehe Frankel and Betty Cole Coleman
man Coleman were high for Chevroiet Chevroiet-Uuick.
Uuick. Chevroiet-Uuick. A three game win over Pan
American Airways placed Boyd
Brothers bowlers omy one game


H behind the first place Afcerna Afcerna-0
0 Afcerna-0 thy team. Boyd Brothers' top
2 bowlers were Tex Wray with 464
1 and Babe Hewitt with 451. Jean Jean-linette
linette Jean-linette Locknart and Anne Sim Sim-1
1 Sim-1 J rak were high scorers lor PA A.

0 Panama Cigarettes, led by
0 Del Peters with 490 and Lil
0 Gunn with 460, took two po'nw
fvfrom Mountain Dew. Bea Lom
broia and Marge Lund were high
'scorers for the losers.

2 Jean Hume's high series of
o 522, which included high game
o 01 197, and Thelma Camby's 511
I j series gave No Mi Diga Lounge
I cowlers two points over Salon
3 'Alex. Eva Siinon of Salon Aiex
i.had a 514 series, second high for
o ne evening.

41 Vi
50 Vi
Boyd Brothers .
Panama Cigarettes
No Mi Diga Lounge
Mountain Dew .
Chevrolet Bulck
Pan American A.
36 V
Salon Alex
DonrAn FpAK Farm
. ww.
Voes May Follow
Him Mo Hereafter
Agriculture Secretary Ezra T.
Benson fears the farm problem!
may follow him into the ..ere-'
A" record of Benson's testimony!
w House Appropriations
subcommittee disclosed this eon-
versa tion between the secretary
and Sep. Jamie L. Whitten
(D-Miss): .!
Bensoo "When we get on the

other side, if yon and I meeU'ennwel Best Bartender's Centest,,

J, rvoij QiacuRS me urm
yrwnem. ...
Whines. "Mr. Secretary,

nere 1 nope to go and I trust

BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 26 "B" Street e MORRISON 4fh of. July Ave. & J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoli Nor. 4 e FARMACIA ESTAOOS UNIDOS 14s Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de la Osa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo Arotemena Ave. and 33 St FABMACIA

VAN-OEB-JIS 50 Street No. S3 FARMACIA EL BATUBBO Faxqne Lefevre

the Bella Vtata Theatre.
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick 4 doers
$1,300.00 or make offer, 5623-Apt.-C
Diablo Hts. Tel. 2-3354.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet panel
1952 hal ton. Excellent eondl-
tions $850.00. Telephone 2-2217.
FOR SALE: Plymouth Bel.;
vedere Sport Coupe 1954 Excel
lent condition. Two-tone, Radio,
W-S-VV Tires, Tinted Wind
shield. Directional Lights,'
First $1,200 Takes It. Leaving
For U.S. Call 83-4257 or 83 83-2119.
2119. 83-2119. f.
FOR SAKE: 1941 Buick,
good condition. Balboa 2-3064
between 4:30 and 7:00 p.m.
General Agent -"
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama Z-055J
Packers Shippers Movers
Phoaes 2-2451 rzJz2
Learn Riding at
Riding b Jemping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phono 2-2451 ;
or by appointment.
Dr. R. Eisenmann
Dr. C E. Fabrera
C.Z Dental-Medical Polyclinic
Tivoli (4 ot July) Ave. S1A24
(oppoalte Ancon School playsround)
, Tel 2-2011 Panama
Balboa Sen ice Center p
V" Our Beat Permanent!
1S.N to 22.S
v- now 13.75
For V.S, personnel and their
- family only.
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
Panama. j N. fork Colon
April 14 $17.50 each
St 7-27 TeL 2-1681
ing e winner's smile- Yve "Ye "Ye-i"
i" "Ye-i" IrWa, ef the ft. Ameder Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Ck, heMs Ms silver eve
and J10S check ewarded him open
being voted Beet. BerteneW mi
ltS7 Fridav evwwna at tha KM
ppctiwfM ty peeriiatfera Necta-
nei, s. A neM at El Rtnche Car-
with fovr efher barlea-



FOR SALE: Circle Saw Lathe
1-4 H.P. motor, gretnder 250
watts. 0805 Plank St.. Balboa,
'., Phone 2-2188 after 3 p.m.
FOR SALE: Fireproof safe
. excellent condition. 30x30x34"
3140.00 Phone 2-2217.
FOR SALE: Radio Hallicrafter
; and Speaker Cabinet; table
, model radio; Market rrecord
changer; Admiral record
changer; P.A. AMplifier; Min Mineral
eral Mineral detector; Globe T.W an
tenna. 25 cycle 25 cycles; radio
and Record Changers parts
House 807X Phone Balboa 2692
FOR SALE: Due to trip,
. furniture, dining set, bedroom
' set, living room set, refrigera refrigera-tor,
tor, refrigera-tor, stove, heater, washing. ma machine,
chine, machine, child wardrobe, car. 21
St. A House 14 Apt. 11 B. (Pa (Pa-fio
fio (Pa-fio Rochet).
days. First tour starts April
4, Saturday. Return April 7,
Sunday. Transportation, sight sightseeing,
seeing, sightseeing, 2 days and one night at
San Bias Islands Hotel, mails.
All for $25.00 each person.
Bring your bathing suits and
earner. Plane flies straight to
POrvenlr. Ne walking. Trips ev-
ry week end. Reservations '1
must be made at Hotel El Par V
name by 4:00 p.m. each Thiirs-)
' day. Day; Telephone "jungle
' Jim,", Panama JJ-H60. Night :
f telephone "Jungle Jim,w'Panai
) ma 3-1324 er see "Jungle Jim,1'
'hy.JumjIo Jtai.;..,;---;'

Reds Term BermudaTalkNew

Proof Of West's Aggression

MOSCOW, April 1 UP) Rus
sia charged last night that Fresi
dent Eisenhower's Bermuda Con
ference with British Prime Minis
ter Hsrold Macmiilan showed the
United States and Britain plan to
continue "their aggressive
course" in international affairs.
v: In the first formal government
comment on the Big Two coaler
ence which ended March 24. the
Soviet Foreign Ministry ssid "se
eret agreements" were reached at
the conference,' The statement
"noted" that the preparations for
tne talks as well as the confer conferences
ences conferences themselves were cloaked in
i secrecy.
I "The meeting adopted decisions
tending to increase international
tension and the danger of a new
war," the Foreign Ministry said.
"The eo vera ment of the United
States and Britain have taken the
eral hundred Invited "eWcial test-,
whe eeted ev belief at
end ef the centest for their fever fever-ne
ne fever-ne berteBdera,
in the phete trwn riefcn 4et
ere: Dare Cenetabia. Spanith Ian Ian-0oaf
0oaf Ian-0oaf emcee; f thlbrt MKin-
nen, Bett Berrendar ef !$; Erie
Uah lanevaoe mM RirKard Ch
m: Errine: ena!d Chwva. ItSS
Best Bartender; Rolando Bwcha-I
nan, 1?5J 8 BariHr, ad Cel.

:yn Se:" : ": '" :JlJl 1

7. Street FARM A CIA "8AS" VU Porraa 111 a NOVEOADES A THIS Beeide

Home Articles
FOR SALE: Lester Piano
household goods. House 0805
Plank St.. Balboa, Phone 2-2188.
FOR SALE: Couch, bolsters
and cover, $30.00. Double Hoi Hoi-iywood
iywood Hoi-iywood bed, $50.00. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 347. ':w&--
FOR SALE: 3 strand Rat Rattan
tan Rattan living room' set. Mahogany
dining room set. 2 rugs (9x12)
quartermaster beds .and dress-
era. f cubic foot Westinghouso
refrigerator, freezer top (25 cy--cle).,25
cycle -fan. Mahogany
double bed. Wringer washing
machine (25 cycle).. Wicker
desk and chair. 1953 Pontiac
sedan, radio, directional lights,
hydra-matic. House n 0201 B."
Herrick Road, Ancon. '
FOR. SALE:-' Mahogany double
bed with foam rubber mattress
and coil spring. Phono Balboa
2107 after 9:30 p.m. '': f
RamseyXousy Get
Boston pf Flying
In Cage
Rookie Frank Ramsey and veteran
Bob Cousy got Boston off to a run running
ning running start Saturday ; snd the Cel Celtics
tics Celtics never1 let up as they crushed
the St. Louis Hawks, 119-99, to e-
ven the National Basketbakk Assn
championship playoff at on game
'each. O'',
Ramsey, the former Kentucky
All-American, and Cousy shared
game scoring honors with 22 points
eachv..' ii -v
A capacity garden crowd of 13,-
90S saw the favored Celtics avenge
Saturday's 125-123 double-overtime
loss to the Hawks.1: w, t
The ability of the Boston de
fenses to hold down St. Loui'scor-1
ing aces Bob : Pettit and Slater
Martin, was a major factor "in the
romp, Pettit netted only three of
hi floor attempts for a toUl
of 11 points.' Martin had one bask
et in nine 'shots and ended. '"with
eight points. r'i
course of immediate preparations
tor atomic warfare
This apparently was a reference
to the American agreement to
provide' Britain with guided mi
sites the atomic warheads of
which would remain in control of
the United States.
"In their foreign policies the
governments of Britain and the
United States intend to continue
their aggressive course," the min ministry
istry ministry said.
Discussing "preparations for
atomic warfare," the Soviet state
ment said:
The Soviet government cannot
but stress in all certainty the dan
gerous consequences of such a
course and the grave responsibil
ity resting with the United States
and Britam which have declared
their intention to make it the cor
nerstone of their -foreign policy."
whe presented the awards.
itfmners-vp received silver eve
else and ceeh awards ef in. M.
17 aid U. They are. In erder ef
etectMn: Asfen Richerdean, Seven
Sees Officers' CM, Redman; I.
nee Maitland, El Panama Bar ef
Tecumen; Wallace Creek. Rene-
ma Carl Club; Sawtr
NCO Club. Frt GulUrfc
The annual tntt is aoonter-
ed kv tte lxal rJisfiiarv a it nu.

TV OWNER: Srvlee cals
"within 3 hours or by appoint appointment
ment appointment $2 JO. Shopwork returned
the day after receipt of TV.
Save pick up and delivery
charge by fringing m your ta table
ble table models, Phone 2-4M-U S.
KnovIand Opposes
Barter Plan With
Soviet Satellites
senate Republican leader William
F. i Knowland came out today a a-gainst.
gainst. a-gainst. an administration proposal
to barter surplus, U.S. farm prod
ucts. lor strategic gooas irom aus
sian satellites. i
He also, repeated bis opposition
to giving economic aid to Com
munist Poland. Secretary of State
John Foster .Dulles was reported
planning to offer Poland some $75
million in aid this week.
The administration's barter plan
is contained in a "bill the Senate
began debating Friday. Knowland
planned to detail his objections in
Senate speech this afternoon.
The California Republican told
reporters he favors other features
of ;the bill that would allow the
government to sell an additional
$1 billion surplus farm products to
friendly nations.
Secretary of Atrricultura Ezra T.
Benson has-urged Congress, to let
the administration barter larm
products with Soviet satellites.
Benson said recent unrest a
morn? satellites indicated such a
step now might be helpful to U S
foreign policy,
Armchair Excursion
At J: V. Bi
Tonight Is Armchair excursion
night at the USO-JWB Atmifl
Forces.: Service Center beginning
at 7:30 p.m. , .
- Featured lecturers "Will be the
75- people who made: two recent
excursions to Costa 'Weir ndw'
the auspieces of the-US-JWB. Ma Material
terial Material to be shown will bette (fa (favorite'
vorite' (favorite' slides Tand fllmf of those
who went on tht trip
Thee' to- be tovered Include
San Jose, Cartago, the volcanoT volcanoT-razu,
razu, volcanoT-razu, and Santos Domingo de He He-redla.
redla. He-redla. ' ...
The publie is invited.

PaKover Will Be Cel

Beginning At Sundown On April 15th

i... "ti,. irtival of Free-
Passover, The Festival of rree-
dom," will be observed by Jews
throughout the world from sun sundown
down sundown Monday, April 15, until sun sundown
down sundown Tuesday, April 23. v This ho holiday,
liday, holiday, an epochal event, in the ear early
ly early history of the Jewish people, is
associated with, the "redemption
of the children of Isrsel from E E-gyptian
gyptian E-gyptian bondage" in the days of
Pharaoh (Barneses II, 1300 BCE).
. More than 300 members 01 tne
Armed Forces of the Jewish faith
serving with the Army, Navy, Air
Force and Marine corps in inc
Panama area and their families,
snd the men on maneuvers in me
CARIBE-EX progrsm will be
guests of the National Jewish .Wel
fare Board at the first seder,
which will be held at tne Tivou
Guest House April 15 at 6:30 p.m.
Rabbi' Nathan Witkin will-officiate,
at the traditional Seder.
Passover greetings will be given
by Chaplain ,(Lt. Col.) Royj A.
Morden, assistant command chap chaplain.
lain. chaplain. United States Arnly Carib Caribbean;
bean; Caribbean; Chaplain (Cdr.) John E.
Hollingsworth, district Chaplain,
1Mb Naval District; and Chaplain
(Maj.) Voigt M. Sink, chaplain,
Caribbean1 Air Command.
The Jewish communities of the
Canal Zone, Panama and Colon
have extended invitations for borne
hospitality for the second seder
night April II.
On his recent teor te me v
ribbean and the Antilles, Witkin,
Natienel -Jewish Welter Beard
field represente!' Armed
Services Divisien, Caribbean
Cemmend, made s I m 1 1 a r ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for member ef the
Armed Percee end their-families
ef the Jewish faith et the
U. S. Neval Station at Gvanta-.
name Bay, Coba in Puerto Ri
ce, end et the U. S. Nevai re.
tien in TrWdad.
Similar Passover services are
being held under the auspices of
the National Jewish Welfare Board
wherever personnel of the Armed
Forces are stationed, both in the
United States and overseas.
Witkin will conduct Passover
services at the USO-JWB Club,
Balboa, on the following days:
Tuesday. April It, at a jn. and
1:30 p.m.
Wednesday Apru 17, at a.m.
Sunday, April 21. at 7:30 p.m.
Mondav. April 22, at 9a .m a nd
17:30 i n.
Twday, April Z3.
at I a m.
Memorial service for the e"e-
rrnied will be reritH d inrg the

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: Lessons: Mornings, afternoons
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Zany Music Maker Spike Jones Jumps
Into PlusKTV Spot tomorrow,' Night

Spike ; J o n e s, zamest musician
since Nero jumps into the best
spot on TV tomorrow night with a
new show sandwiched between the
$64,0001 Question and the Phil Sil
vers show both in the top ten.
Nuttier than atarload of bin
sters. Spike plans to x pack' his
musical half-hour with a mixture
of popular music., stunts, rock 'n
roll and his own special brand of
daffy ditties; -', -:..
His wife, lovely Helen Grayfio.
is featured vocalist. Kt' 1 ;s
"One of our numbers is "anes
thesia' sort of a combination of
Yul Brynner and Medic,. It's the
only song where somebody finds
dandruff on Brynner." -r
Spike also plans to keep up
with Chester Gould's comic strip
Dick Tracy in which Jones is cur currently
rently currently featured. .?
Likes Tracy, Strip t
'Tne Kitten sisters will appear
in the show, too," he affirmed.
"I'm getting a big kick out of that
Tracy strip. I read rthe funnies
every day to see what happens
to me. Almost fainted last, week
when I saw what those Kitten, gals
had done to Helen. 7 "'"
"I guess I had it coming, though.
About eight years ago- we were
appearing in Chicago when
Chester, asked if. we could find
room for him at one of ur con
certs. The theater,. was full,' so I
sat him .right on stage-with ti;!
band. ' '' I
We put bifh W7 Tjitr sucker's
juif. handed him a trombone and
TteaHrMworkedHilm''8weri Aouple
of guvs even flailed ninv wnn -a
'That was In the days when we
mre reallv, roueh: We were try-
in tA nrove we were rishtv then
along, came, rock .'n roll, to show
we were on the right track." u
Snike. a funnyman wno ooesni
need writers, is as- enthusiasuc
about his new record album as
h. i hnnt the new TV snow.
The long-play recording is titled
mnner music iur--rmiw
Aren't Very Hungry." Hungry."--
- Hungry."-- -Music In Bad Taste
an the- Caribbean Air Command
Commandant of the 15th
Naval District have issued special
memoranda regarding the Jewish
Passover services. As In previous
years, the chaplains of the Army,
Navy and -Air
force are giving
their fullest cooperation and
sistance m arrangements for
Passover program.



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' the new Banco Nacional building,' being
erected at 32nd street and Cuba Avenue,
Office, space available with all modern
conveniences. Completely independent
: first floor icith3,600 square feet prepar prepar-ed
ed prepar-ed for air-conditioning. Small offices on
the upper floors. '-;""
NOW is the time to moke any
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' such as lights, tefephones, etc. v
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WANTED: Te trade 1MJ
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good condition for good used
car. Phone Balboa 27M.
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! American Legion Club, Balboa
"it's part of a series we're doing
called 'Music in Bad .Taste.. Includes.-
a number we call 'Will
Success Spoil Rock 'n KoJJ?"- Hi Hi-Fi
Fi Hi-Fi experimentation Is also includ-
ed; .One outstanding feature is the
sound -of a violin being shoved
through a garbage disposal." .
In keeping with, "his off-beat ca
reer Spike's home is loaded with
screwball furnishings. One wall
holds a picture of Whistler's
Mother. If you inspect it closely
you can see she's holding a racing
form. VSbe looks like she i lost -every
race," Spike explains.
The welcome mat at the door of
Spike's Beverly. Hills borne reads,
"Stowkowski." Another -object d' d'-art
art d'-art is a cross-eyed Mona Lisa.
'" "We'll do musical satire on th -show,-,
but we'll, also play some
mature rock 'n roll," Spike eon-,
eluded. ""There'll be guest ;stars,
an album of the week feature and ..
other' surprises, f-' :
V"We think well hi
av'e' sometbinr
for everyone who"likes! musir
Michigan Cops
Title In Upset
arPl A Michigan, team that

didn t know it wa supposed to d
beaten by powerful Yale copped
the NCAA swimming champion-
ship? Saturday, nightand left tht

stunned Ens holding, the second'
Michigan's vaceful divers and'
Its flashy '4O0.yardmedley relay
team 'strolled onto, the cement it
preparation for the last two events.
of the three-day meet and the
scoro-read: "Yale, 6L, Michigan
46." ?: -r;taf vv
An hour lser, the' second read
Yale stiU 61-but Michigan 69. The
last two events hadr given the
Wdlverines i 23 points i while ,-Yalt
wa blanked, "i s. t
-The Michigan medley relay team
of Don Adamski, Cy Hopkins, Fred
Morwrey and Dick Handler pulled
the meet's biggest upset by lying
heavily-favored Michigan. State at
..3:50.0. v
But Yale, figured for second,
was disqualified for- failing to
touch. .''
'Divert Dick Kimball and John
Murphy added more points for tho
Wolverines in: the diving events.
1 But to Yale went the honors for
best Individual performance,
turned in by sophomore 'Tim Jecko
who captured the NCAA event's
first triple win since 1951. Jecko
set meet' recird in 'the t100-ysrd
butterfly snd 200-yard butterfly,
and took first in the 200-yard in individual
dividual individual medley. ;

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m Bandit Lord Is Captured
' .TEHERAN.' Iran, April 1 (UP). U.S. officials today ordered American aid operation
suspended in southeast Iran until police capture the bandits who kidnaped and Wiled Mr4
Anita Carroll, two Point Four officials and Jwo Iranian assistants. XmA.MA
i.The decision "was announced by Point TFour director park Gregory as Iran pWed M
S&J n the desert bandits led by the notorious Dad Shaa who was reported

close to Aht Pakistan border in
Ua'nvatiii''utlM raaor-i
: TTt n.l...klrfan!
bacK jnouniams ot dwumiu"""
Indicated Dad Shah had picked
? reinforcements. ? -and was
within a; day's forced march oi
tAe thlnly-Kuarded frontier.
;;;jWountalnfolk ld they
spotted the. hated bandit lord
only 10 miles from Pakistan.
-Gregory, a St. John. Mich.,
iawverfho leads U.S. technical
ooeratlons in Iran. ve an or order
der order halting oractlcaUv all Point
Scion Speaks Out
Aszinst Ike's Civil
RijMs Proposal
LSa Sim J. Ervin Jr. (D-w--
'"today President E'senhower
33Uiu ne th senate
iV'iH-r which has
;wuyii..v- m-- f..
JUi. .0 : nossibly
aid the bill
- iL. Car
I" the Senate in its present
?om If. UsTnaVrs understand Us
f'xhe measure would set up
rignis, v-..o.. ---- -- suits1
u!Si.!SS r ihti .-.nd provide

w prut" votmaiwas preparing to resist tne ap-

rivhs of minorities. j"i,v
"-The bill, urgently requested by
Hisennower, already has been
proved by the House Judiciary
Coromrttee. noube ya.
iw '.the ABC television pro pro-mom,
mom, pro-mom, "Celebrity Parade, that
th" resident at his news confer confer-enti
enti confer-enti invariably refers jaej"
,Soi" the legaK sspecis of the WU
attorney General Herbert
: tSeve- the treent would
iVrkted his char, that
1 the legislation, if en"e
take awayfrom all Americans
civil rights' far more Important
"inao.tnos r ;t ,,,
-..M,HlY; ..iJi tk. measure "would
American; of their right to
. u.f kt lurv" and give the attor-
- r; 'Hnotic oower" in
' rthe enforcement of laws.
Strike Halls
Transit Service
In Birmingham
- BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. April 1-
Yttpia atruce. oiamcu
on indirect effects of bus lnte-
eration attempis, naiweu
service to Birmingham's metro
politen population of 600,000
parsons today.
Police reported traffic had
,f,wuri and officers were brae-
tn for a record rush-hour
Unlon drivers called the strike
last night by an aimosi
Mm ni vote to suDDort a 46-
..nt hourly wage increase de,
, mand. The company oiieieu
thm rents, savine It had suf
fered recent revenue cu.
Company president Donald S.
".James said a mass Integration
demonstration by 21 Negroes
v last Dec. 26 had reduced patron patron-ate
ate patron-ate by 8 or 9 per cent. Since
then, he eald, Negroes are
-scared'' and whites are pot us us-'Yr.i
'Yr.i us-'Yr.i h hnsf as before.
-Mayor james a.
Ahev strike would hurt merchants
severely ana urgea ine ""
to postpone the strike until the
city auditors can determine
whether James' clal mis true.
. .i. James said the change in rid
ing habits following the Integra'
ttmi attempt had put the corn-
,pany in a -nopeiess imsnow
,tuation and the union oemana
would force it to
give up Its
Vcalhcr Or Not
'This 'weather report for the
21 bean ending a.m. today,
t prepared y tne Meteorolo-,
I lcal : and Hydro graph 1 e
Branch of the Panama Canal
, Cempany:
V ; .V' f riatobaJ
i rtirorn:
l.ND: -'
(max. tnph) NW-1S
ILM (inches)
nner harbors)
t a.m.
11 p.m.
- liw
11:10 a-im.
11:30 f .so.

a desperate race to elude police.

Four work In the bandit-ridden
orso nt t0 hinhlstftn until Dad
area of Baluchistan until Dad
Shah is taken.
He said he was doing; It for
safety's sake. .
nuri Shah! eane is blamed
for the ambush-murder last
Sunday of Kevin M. Carroll, 37,
of lss.quiih. -wasfl,, and Brew Brewster
ster Brewster A. Wilson. 35, of Portiand,
Ore., and of tjie kidnap murder
of Mrs. Anita Carroll.
Two Iranians with them were
slso killed. '.
Mrs. Carroll's body was
discovered yesterday when
Argentine Minister
Resigns; Crisis
Threatens Aramburu
-The abrupt resignation of Air
Minister Julio C. Krause threaten
cd today to create a crisis in the
ranls of Argentina's military-sup
ported government.
Krause resigned yesterday. Thr
government promptly announced
that his replacement would be
Brig. Guillermo Zinny, who was
to have been sworn in at 11 a.m.
er, it appeared that the Air Force
of Zinny. Informed
sources said air leaders wm insm
that Krause be allowed to name
his own successor.
Some hours before Krause re
signed, the Air Foree announced
it was withdrawing its memDers
from the military junta which de
cides the policies of Argentina s
revolutionary government.
Provisional President Pedro E.
Aramburu, an army man, spent
more than 12 nours- yesieraay in
conference with military leaders in
his residence in suburban Olivos,
while Marines armed with tom tom-myguns
myguns tom-myguns stood guard outside. i.
Th Air Force "revolt", appar
ently resulted frohv dissatisfaction
with the timetable for elections
announced Saturday by Aramburu.
Th President apoears to have
aroused the ire of the air forte
by setting Feb. 23 as the date of
Argentina I next general eict-uuu.
Civilian politicians have an-
nounced their approval oi tne
president's choice.
First West German
Draftees Reporting
cor Trainino Duly
RfffJN. German v Apirl 1
(UP)The first draftee, of the
west uerman Army wm yn.
jcaD1pi tomorrow for a years
(trjumng that will provide almost
ill the comforts of home. 4
Exactly 9,733 conscripts, all 19
..-, .m will ioin the 80.000 vol-
untecrg aiready in the new-style
Bundeswehr which has banned
harsh Prussian treatment.
Th draftees will be met at stations in cars and
trucks and brought to barracks
where rooms and beds already
have been marked with their
Youths from the same areas
and the same types of civilian oc occupations
cupations occupations will bunk together as
!far as practicable.
The Bonn defense minister nas
instructed garrison commanders
most of them nard-Ditten veterans
!of World War II to make the
aranees ieei at nome.
The 19-year-olds will be the only
men inducted as drattees mis
year. The Defense Ministry pians
to call up the next batch of 30,000
on April 1, 1958.
Should the Socialist opposition
win the West German national
( elections next September, no more
draftees will be caued.
The Socialists have announced
that if they win, they will abolish
the draft and maintain only a vol
unteer army
Present plans call for a 500,000
man army within the framework
of the NATO command.
Defense Ministry spokesmen
stressed that while the draftees
will be given a "kid gloves" wel welcome,
come, welcome, their actual training pro pro-cram
cram pro-cram will be as rigorous as in
any army.
Nobody Looks
At License Plates
WVo looks at the ucense plates
when a beautiful blonde rolls by
Certainly not the pohce in In

Idiana, Ohio. Pennsylvsaia and(UP At first. Pedro control most of thejener "csptams" for ecn c e iijMesican Pe111 ; ; i

,mott of Maryland.
i... . --
no difficulty until she was only
. J1,K w I
BIWIIUC I U I mm HUH. mm ...H mi m
la gout eight miles from her home
tin nearby Bethesda. Md.
Suddenly a pouceman noticed
I something besides Ilooa. Ne
is Chicago and the dealer said she
ui.i j A.--
, Polite fve her a ticket and Im
'pounded the tar.

search parties noticed un. J

usual flights of birds a few
miles from the ambush scene.'
"I will never be satisfied un until
til until Dad Shah and his gang are
captured and punished," the
white-haired former lawyer
said. f'"i
He had worked personally
with Iranian police $n direct-;
ins: the search for Mrs, Carroll.
The Shah of Iran had ask
ed that Point Four work eon-'
tlnue. but Gregory indicated
he feared for the safety of
other officials in the bandit
He said work would continue
on a x community project at
Bampur, the main city of Balu Baluchistan,
chistan, Baluchistan, but other operations
outside the city would cease.
Ilev US Varninq
Network T Ben
OneralionMay 1
Sixty seconds!; Tnat s all the time
it will take to flash the warning
of an enemy attack across the na nation.
tion. nation. A new nation-wide warning net
work goes -into operation on May
1, reducing the time required to
flash the warning of an enemy at attack
tack attack from eight or ten minutes to
one minute.
Known as the Federal Civil De
fense Administration's National
Warning System (NAWAS). it will
speed the warning to more than
200 Civil Defense points through throughout
out throughout the nation from three national
warning centers.
These centers are the nucleus
of the warning system. Each one
efln operate independently of the
others if necessary.
aii rcuA installations and
warning centers are inter-connect
ed at all times by voice circuits.
The nation is divided into three
main sectors central, eastern
and western. In turn these sectors
are subdivided into northern and
southern areas.
The FCDA national warning
center and control point for the
central sector is located at the
headquarters of the Continental
Air Defense Command at Color Colorado
ado Colorado Springs, Colo. The eastern
waning center is located at Stew
art Air Force Base, N.Y., and the
western warning center is at Ham
ilton Air Force Base, Calif,
In the event of probable air at
tack, FCDA warning officers
would get evaluated information
from the Continental Air Defense
Command and relay it to Civil De Defense
fense Defense warning points. The esti estimated
mated estimated time the planes would ap appear
pear appear over the -specified leading
cuy wouia also oe. transmitted.
These leading-cities, called "ref
erence points are Pittsburgh;
Auanta; m. raw. Minn.; Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma City; Seattle, Wash.; and
San Francisco.
German Shoe Firms
Make Trade Pact
With US Concern
April 1 (UP) Three .German

shoe companies have concluded JVi, TC rt nrtl li feel feel-an
an feel-an exrhanee armnt itk when all of Scandinavia was ieet ieet-an
an ieet-an exenange agreement witn a. ,M j.a kiin nun thm

large American firm, it was an
nounced over the weekend.
The Wessels shoe factory in
Augsburg, the E tern a firm in
m : s. a iL wn.'
and methods with general shoe
corporation of Nashville, Tenn.
The German types will be
produced for the American mar market
ket market at a factory near Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia while the American models
will be produced at the Eterns
plant in Munich.
Drunk Nicardguan
Nets Fine Of $15
A 49-year-old Nicaraguan, Nar Nar-ciso
ciso Nar-ciso Sales, was fined $15 in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrste's Court today en
a charge of intoxication. The de defendant
fendant defendant pleaded guilty to the
He was spotted -. last Saturday
afternoon hanging around the Pa
cific Clubhouse in aa intoxicated
condition. .

'El Presidente' Pedro Wanfs To Stay In

. '
1 ACAPULCO, Mexico. April 1

Ithought the eight-year-senteace hejeoncessioiis

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: had only killed a woman.

New Pedro is scheduled for re-Iside hfe; he has become the most
lease from the Aeapulce 'Jail to powerful figure la the shsky old
May sod he thinks they should i adobe ja3 where sis guards are
hsve him the full 30 years the'suppoeed to keep more than 150

h... him taa full as rnn ik
U someone told Pedre crime i
j .- w- m.,iA KiM.L
mI imwr hv fliOtiaf him bank
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Some Issues
" libiitiov. Anril.' 1 (UP).
British primer' minister .Harold
Macmillan aia a tooay mere
were still areas of disagreement
with the United States iouow-
Ing the Bermuda conferepc
with President Eisennower.
"It would be absurd to sup suppose
pose suppose that in few days time
.we could find a Mlution of
'n tkt nnthtemt' that eon-.
front MacmUIan. said in
fa major address in the House
".of Commons. f-'-:1'-
He -Is under Jheavy- tressure
from the 'Socialist opposition
owh- Conservative v Party over
and from element within hl
rr.orf that he vielded ; to
American pressure1- on such vi vital
tal vital current Issues aa Cypnu and
MMdl ICaat.'MlieT!'''
, "There are. a great number
of problems upon which detail detailed
ed detailed work remains to be done, :
Macmillan said. ; .'.'-
Rut i think we can claim
that the broad f agreement
reached have v giten guiaance
on which progress caa be made.
Nor. would I attempt to con conceal
ceal conceal the fact that on som mat mat-f
f mat-f r -wrr not In agreement.
This. Is hot. io: be wonderd at,
hut even aa I tninK we unaer-
stand each other better us the
reswlkof our contacts. 4
"For instance on Chin
trad we ataipM r p p-tfon
tfon p-tfon f Terr 1 frankly the
Amerfrns. . -Britain
wants a relaxation o
th Western istrategic trade em em-KrM
KrM em-KrM An mmmunist' China, a
move 'which the United States
opposes.; :u( :;' ;
Refers To
To Put Over Blast
t nvrioN Anril 1 tUP) V- Thi
Soviet government, newspaper Iz Iz-states
states Iz-states to be vigilant when Ameri American
can American "financial oliiarchs" describe
their foreign policy u a unctu unctuous
ous unctuous voice, in the language of the
Good Samaritan or tne bidh. ..
The nnuiaal 'biblical reference
came in an aTticleidiscussinf .the
F.iminhawep doctrine by American
affairs- eotomentatof V KudryavU
ser and; broadcast BidiMC
"detain sectiona of the Ara
public stfll harbor some illusions
with regard to United States Mid Middle
dle Middle Eastern policy,',' Iivestia de
clared. .4 .
"Tha Ainerlean imperialists; try
ing to cash in on their formal
noo-oarticmauon in tne sues gam-
hie, none as' friends of the -. Arab
and African peoples concerned for
their economic and cultural pro
gress," the article said.
The U.S. ruling circles explain
tho emergency of the (Eisenhow
er) doctrine by a mythical aesire
if the Soviet Union to establish
its domination in the M i d d 1 e
East." Ixvestia said.
Red Leaders' Visit
To Finland Set As
Scandinavia Chills
HELSINKI, rinland.'Anrfl 1
vr' "r?." vJt Z7 X
ler"T 'nnouncea uie
VV1U. yv lira wvnMi M
Premier Nikohfi Buleanin and
parvj cma nu xiiu?uvUct w-.
arrive here June e for r a one.
! week vUit.xth. Foreign Office said
in a brief announcement.
This date will suit Khrushchev,
who was reported to have told
Premier Karl August Fagerhohn
on his Moscow visit, that be would
like to come here at a time of
"warm weather and romance."
Finland will be the only Nordic
country playing host to be top So Soviet
viet Soviet leaders this spring. Norway,
Sweden and Denmark put their in invitations
vitations invitations in cold storage after
Hungary events and tney have re refused
fused refused to budge from their com common
mon common front, i
. The consensus among foreign ob
servers was that the Kremlin
would use the visit to show Scan-
dihavia tnat n Has not lung to feat
from the Sonet Union if it be.
haves itself.
Russia showed what H means
by this when tt sent notes te Nor--
way and Denmark, warning of,
the danger of too close military
ties with the West.- . I

Commentator q

.. -

ferman, earning pesos a day.iprisoners and under him are pnsoau lor wives, auoweo, uoaer uic

tne Acapvuco jau
j r j
. w Wrmm w m
i tint S. Tmm. m-im,im
f)ot only u Pedro eouunf pesos!
faster than he ever did in his out-
nmmud ta km nm than iso,
lmA-. vmimi mi iP.4t
ha he r-?-uJw m-Hi keen
lie is the "presrteBf of tte

. f AN
"tettius people
2nd TEAR

felmster Boss Beclc May


Over Mysterious $322,000 Loans

)tl':tVVASHINCT0N,':April (UP.) jMitnW1 president president -Davt 'Beck w ;
on notice today that he may face criminal prosecution followinj; revelations; by, tho';
Senate rackets Investigating committee.- 4 '
; Strong new demands also-were aired for legislation to ; protect sun ion funds.

irom misuse ana assure union
Committee chairman ilohn L.
McClellan (D-Ark.) raised, the
possibility of criminaf prosecu prosecution
tion prosecution yesterday in an interview
on the NBC television program
'Meet -the Press ,-v
Asked if the committee had
enough : evidence to warrant
such prosecution, McClellan said
financial reports the Teamsters
Union is required to tile do not
show alleged "loans" to Beck.
v, .Thereiore wose v repoi w
n fraudulent If i had: a loan,
and if he didn't feave a loan and
it wasn't a gift, then, he is bound
in h taken the money with
out any authority or consent,'?
McClellan replied. v
The committee naa cnar(cu
Beck with taking $322,000 in
..:., r
uards Face
Forlleajing Up
Havel Prisoners Tla.'VUP)
Nv investigators moved today
to clear up VuTegularities", at the(
Naval Air SUtion prison where
they gathered evidence that wig
guards had, beten and mistreated
Manwr ..."..' h: Jft'- "7'''
.r. winum "9 Harria- base
commander officially announced
the results of a closed inquiry by
a thre-ma board which confirm-
ea iormw v '"" ?
that he was severely beaten in the
-The saaoriacl'cBarged that .Ws
ear drums were penoraw j
'wowVon ihe bead?' Harris said
medical examination indicated
"such perforations do eist.
Harris said the inquiry board
also found "evidence"! that brig
guards had beaten other prisoners
and i m p o s e dtf'excessive exor exor-cises".'on
cises".'on exor-cises".'on the inmates.. .;
The "ear drum" charge first
mihiithMi bv a ChicsKo news
paper which quoted Peter De
Young lamer ui
as saying his son Richard told
him about the beating.
Harris although he did not
mention De Young by name said
"Aa of this time as far as is
known no mweewun ..;V"-
nent impairment of hearing ex-
indication OI penna
igte toe man conunui imuw
treatment" J
The Navy reported earlier that
De Young had been transferred to
the Navy Training Center Great
Lakes I1L
"The investigation U date...
has revealed evidence indicating
sn-0uUriti eonsistins of .the
striking (and) ot an imposition of
excessive, exercises on -aver-;
prisoners by e e r t s 1 n guards
Harris said.' "-c ,.
Although it was not officially
confirmed most of the. guards
Presley Refuses
Fabulous Offer
For His Home
MEMPHIS (UPV-Rock and roll
singer ,ElvU Presley has turned
down !a reportedly -"fabulous!
price" offered for his home here
by a candy and chewing gum
The manufacturer planned to
tear out the wood paneling of the
home, chop it into souvenir-sized
- ,a : eer them free to
jy faBS wbo sent in. gum
"It wss s cute gimmick. said
Presley. He rejected it because
of a connection, with another gum
oioca ana pnscw -.
. i ,w. j.ii ... .,.. m.i
' mmmrrn mm m'' mji THinrhC
"excuse me
. j M.,nAi
. mmu of she bricks.
Naturally. Pedro doesnt want
mtmy m hi. fintiM miuihhh1 an
Anr to take anauthorired leave.!
With the aid of his wie, who iii

pretty handy with the beans tnd'oe his plans for the outside but

(torulla, be operate -wivon
.MrtiiuM toTAht 11U of F a o d.
beverates add cigarettes.
I 1'e aUo run the "hotel." a sep-
axaU accemmodaUoa withis Uie

know the truth, and the country is iafe'ii Abrwam "Lincoln." I


memoers ot aemocraxic proceaures. k

Teamster money for nls own.
use.' ' .v. i
Beck has claimed he bor borrowed
rowed borrowed between $300,000 ; and
$400,000 from the union and
paid It back.
- McClellan said there also is a
possibility of a v case against
Beck of "using the mails to de
Sen Irving' M. Ives (R-N.-.
Y.), a committee member aK
so said there 1 "plenty of
room" to warrant crimhial
ivsecution of Beck and Na Nathan
than Nathan W. Shef ferman, a labor
consultant to business firms,'
on charges of violating the
Taft-Hartley law,:-:';?
Beck, who has been suspended
by the AFL-CIO Executive Coun
cil, ssid today, I eertainly. wiu
not allow' those that accuse 'me
to be the ones that shall Judge
me. .. .-. .' -,
;,Beck, the president of the aa-
' Twelve babies were born,"'; in
Coco Solo Hospital during tbe
wh- endina- at midnight
wednesdav. according to the
regular hospital, report puring
the same period, 78 patienU
were admitted and &8 were dis discharged.
charged. discharged. - :. .w
Babies were bora" to the fol following
lowing following American citizens; $gt
nri Mr Rrtnald r Johnson. of
pom snlito. son: S-Sgt. and
Mrs. Robert O'Donnell, of Coco
Solo, daughter; Sgt. -and Mrs.
Elmer Rob&on, of Coco Solito,
son; Mr, and jars. Donald Vose,
of Coco Solito, son; and Sgt and
Mrs. Jerry Chaisson, of Coco So Solito,;
lito,; Solito,; daughtery ; v,v
Babies were born--to the fol following
lowing following ;parentsvwlth Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian nationality:' Mr. and Mrs.
Julian Maxwell, of Rainbow Ci City:
ty: City: daughter; Mr, and Mrs. Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Montenegro, of Colon, a6n
Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Williams,
of Colon, son; Mr- and Mrs.
Stanley Waterman, J "of Colon,
son; Mr., and Mrs. Jose Trejos,
m MinHi aonr Mr;, and Mrs.
Wendell Ryce, of Colon, daugh
ter; and.Mr. ana Mrs. atcuuiv
castUlo, Of Colon, .son.
Sneers At US llavy,
Missiles' Failures
1, 11 V Ti..1
MOSCOW, AprU l (UP .The,
QAuiatv nt" voiced
UC wffeiawa k
low opinion today of the US Navy
.a ....rtMi that numerous acci
dents indicated low discipline and
poor seamanship
The organ ot e ?oyie r
try of Defense pubhshed n artt
U "An-idnnU and Catasrropnes
in the American Fleet" citing 11
mishaps last year to show "poor
training, low discipline of crew
and serious shortcomings in orga organization
nization organization of the naval service. .;.'
. Th. nnr cited the collision of
l . . ... :,l
he iircrilt cimer (im:iiiw
the trawler pinnacle at ; Nortolk.


three landing crackups of jet fight- W1e for .board a ship.' it iters
ers iters on the Forrestal and a fire on j
the atomic submarine Nautdusi T' ,j, ... , T f :

which was "due to violation of el-
1 .1 .Al.
ementary reguiauons.-
. It also pointed out frequent fail
ures of guided missiles "lwner
aid "Regulus''to perform accord
Red Fleet said of these ca3es!
"How inadequate the reliability of
United States guided missiles and,
the Dossibility of failure to reach 1
tared due to failure of. radioKhr
rectioa equipment.
Acapulco Jail
. .. J L J 'iL.
- '?rr'J .v. -i. ..
TkM 4i in rsca th nri9onrs
- .'liauA tmmt r v imtt PWfm rnn- i
t. -
- K - I
trols the concession for the cock-
roach races, a popular sports in
(Mexican iaila.
"El Presidente" won't comment
Acapuico peace oiu mrx js
fi ve to ot there woo t be much
'of thst com momty in tins resort
town until Pedre find
back to jaf
S ticket

x. aw aakw

. FaccGr i m in at Glia rges

tion's" most powerful Union,- wa
ordered by the council to- stand
trial May 20 ? on cnarges oi
bringing the labor movement into
neck reiusea' to -Hatiy wemuy
his fellow -labor leaders' as the
target of his statement. But he
left little doubt as to his meaning
"I will- not be tried by people
who cannot suspend their judg
ment until all the evidence is in,"
Beck's statement wa s published
in the Seattle PosUIntelligencer.
' The.. AFL-CIO ; brought charges
against Beck for citing the -fifth
Amendment as reason for re-.
fusing to answer Senate questions
concerning his personal finances.
"In due time' Beck said "if
any i. action ': occurs where this
subject matter reaches our courts
I : will 'be fully and completely
vindicated. -:4 r ; V V-Beck
Beck V-Beck defended 'Jiis' iise of the
constitutional banf against,.' self-
incrimination. t r ;
. "The Fifth. .Amendment-In our
constitution f is td protect ihe
i's wiH rn'-fm a' '"-'i
Said ToJeiicK
t:A: tut
An American" missionary, -released
Thursday" after -six yesrs
in Chinese Communist jails, said
today one of the American prison
ers still held is W ana' nss oeeo
hospitalized. ,-"'
rTht: ,Rev. iFulgence-Cress,
Omaha. Neb.. sDoke todar with
the United PressV by telephone
from Shanghah.
The Catholic priest ? idenUfiseC
the five: Americans, that ne Knew
wnr still nrisoneri as Jesuit
Fathers John A. Houle, GlendaleJ
Calif., and Charles J.' McCarthy
San Francisco; Maryknolt Father
Joseph sP McCormich, Ossining,
N.Y., Franciscan Father. John P.
Wagner, Pittsburgh, Pa." v and
businessman: Hugh F. Redmond,
Yonkers. N.Y.' But he would
not identify ; the i hospitaliied
American. u -T V
Three other Americans also are
known to be held by the Chinese
Communists. '.They arc John T.
Downey, New Britain, Conn., and
Richard C: Fecteau, Ljmo, Mass.,
both Army 'civilians, and busi businessman
nessman businessman Robert W, McCapn,
Altadena, Cahf. ; -f 4.
Gross refused to comment on
the rerstrictions placed on his
religious activities during his six
year ternu He said his Imprson-,
ment. was "pretty -comfortable.,;
,w h d ,t0e freedom. am0ng
, -n.:....
ourselves ana naa uuu uuut
and foreign food," Gross said.-
! The United Press also spoke
with Lutheran Missionary Paul A.
MacKensen. Baltimore,
,elsed ueh 7 ,fter
Md re-
servug a
five year sentence. MacKensen
said he spent most of the time f
"reading, visiting bookstores and :
listening, to the radio," : v I
MacKensen said he had no
Elans for leaving Red China and
oped to find work in Shanghai.
Gross said the British consul
in Shanghai was trying to arrange
,vt rf v -r .:s?
Officer's Trial
.;' J;- rit.
,Y0T LCSKlllg UulU
On Missiles Set ;
ATLANTA (UP-The 3rd Army
need- today that the court
martial trial of Col John C.'Nick-i
erson on charges of leaking secret
information about the nation's
guided missile program will begin
May 15.
Maj. Gen. Crump Garvin, depu i
tv commanding general oi vne sra
r . : j iL a : i
a. Itlafita ateiuf th TTIsll
n, u. -
noitnoned a t the reouest of
iH Robert Bell.
NicKerson s anorney. nooen ecu.
The trial will be held at Red-
stone Arsenal in nunuvuje,
. . ...
site of one of the nation's primary:
raided missile research bases.
NickenoB is an official of the
Army ballistics missile agency at
Redstone. '-
Bell said Rsy Jenkins of Knox Knox-ville,
ville, Knox-ville, Nickerson's other civilian at attorney,
torney, attorney, also is involved n a
lengtny tax case ana nreus mmz
'time te study the Kickenea case.


trom Union
innocent es well as the guilty,'
be said. Jet, that not 4 be. mis-
understood. ','v s r
!- "Nosocganization labor or
otherwise should he allowed to
threaten or discipline any1 citizen -for
exercising his .. Constitutional
rights, 'ihe laid. f jT"
6:ng-Sl!3 Slaying
01 D"J:cr Ibd to
CHICAGO; April 1 XUP) w The
mysterious gangland-styled slaying
of former banker Leon Marcus, 61,
may have' been motivated by a
desire to "silence" one of the ft.

ures m the.' $2.5 million Orville" -Hodge
scandal, police indicated to-
day.;.';;':i.:w:;.i:ft''i!..S ,.-y,
: Msrcusbody ;wa's- found Jast'
night .in ;yacant south si4e lot.
A witness .said he was tkidnapped
by 'fivexor six, men",.after dining
with a friend.? -cRobberv
vwas ruled oiif tas the

motive when pohce found $3,840.-

vi on nis Doay, z,20O 01 the mon money
ey money to' traveler's .checks,;J ,
'".'i'; -ft ,i
: Marcus ewneel controlling Irv -:
terest and was a former direc-'
ter ef the Southmoor Bank and .
Trost whre ex-IIHnois ae-
diter Orville Herdge cashed
v moit of his pheny state checks. -V
Hodge and former ; Southmoor
president Edward Hints' are serv-
mg prison terms in the giant em-'"
beszlement..' '".? ? -,: rK- '

Marcus.who resigned from' the

bankhortly after ; the j scandal v

brok e rSva 1 uoAet "fed pr ai eUv'
menl 'on. charges of misapi-liig
bank'funds. 'J.',- L.
Authorities hive been -unable to f
discover what Hodge did -with
all the money he embezzled. Dur'
tag the investigation,, there were.,
reoorts some of the funds found
their way., into the-p o e k e t s of
downstata hoodlums,. But authori authorities
ties authorities were unable to substantiate -the
rumors. 1 -. "1
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