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Ccn:2 All Fqcls' Day .
, Whether it : ws mid-spring madnee or April 1 foolish foolish-'
' foolish-' ness nobody co'uldsay, but aome primaf urge aeema.to
i. have disturbed the peace of the C&tiaL'Zone, during the
' past 24 hours.f ,: :' i 'i
' A paperweight was smashed against a' wall at, the
: 'Civil' Affair, Building. U,
' American 4 marine and
VA man and his girl-friend
into Panama fell into rancorous
William C. Jackson, 35, Amert-
can, an employe t.the Civtf Ae Ae-'
' Ae-' ronautica Authority, -is reported to
have thrown a glass paper we'ght
at a fellow .worker, George J. Ha Ha-""
"" Ha-"" lett ' "' ."v;:.',
The missile missed ttallett and
was shattered against a wall.
Some small excitement was
eaused among aeronautics worli-
r5:lv.A ,iii -far the' Balboa
. i. ki. aflArnnon. on. a
charge of assault-'- .-
Just what happened when li bus
cu 9n nri Harold, CI in on
Knieht 20. and marines v Darren
;' Sward Kott.er2l and 1 Ronzel
Edwin Postalwalt, 20, roUed up to
Balboa bus atop was not; fully
; -clear whea the four told their ato-
Jl AarenS' the twVsoldlera, "who
b L!:nJ, Unbs
i:: triply Star
ere were to Hour and Iambs
j ,it, th March weather
J ,hmus th'1 y''"tJ?,!
verase with the PaC side
a 'B mp -7 -
o raUy a warm month, March
" Iir mors than lived up to
v.n .iifinn in this resoect ana
- '.MdiUon brought below average
;tor' weather to aU- weather st-
tion on toe .lsmmu.. ....
. k.ika. Heiahts. where only
" !V ; 711 inrinir the
ar trace oi rr i.
month, -it was thedriesV Mrch
t.-... ,' t rviatnhal. where the
average rainfall for March Is 1.46.
inches, less than an inch
c : nW-J2 of :an' lnch
!,. month at "Candelaria
tm ai.iAii. mimmiim for uie
month tf.piia-ststioa was M of
tur nf 90 decrees" or,
! rnmr&eA at Balboa
lleights for 24 of tne 31 y..The
highest temperature reading .of W
degrees was taken on the 15th and
. 20th of the month. i
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Many cases were called, but aH
. . j 4k.
. Kvfv waa sentenced when
criminal docket, for April -was
heard "today in U. S. District Court,
Alfredo Juaa Miller, a Pana-aD defendant'
t,ian former clerk in the v rf. J
' office of the Panama Canal, plead
wnce oi we rmummm x.-, .---
f Palty 52?"J
a.t nf manalauehter afaiost'
Albert Hackett, 40, Panamanian,
was continued untu rnaay iot
plea. He is charged in the death
of bis wife who was killed in a.
automobile accident in which,, he
was injured. i- t -
StiU limpinf, and Uin far
fram watt, Hackatt waa Wraoflht
fa th court tvm 4ic coll
. in Cartas Hacprtat wnr ho has
hn nfind mca fh accident
on Fee. IV. Ha is M mptoyo
th Canal's Maintenance and
- Grvnda Division. j
4rii wen ci riiuaj ivi
fjum Gorjona, a Panamanian ae-
eussfd cl burglary, and Socrates
Vasquei, .. Paoamaniaa, charged
'. m.tW ..tnfniti, n IS. Cmnml 7jrtm
wera set Friday for Jof
The case ef Mariano Dial, alias
V Gonnlei, a Panamanian accused
oetit larceny after a oeniten
ciary coovicUon, was. cootinued
until Friday. Die refused a lawy lawy-yer,
yer, lawy-yer, but Judge GuUine F. Crowe
toid him that he would be required
lawyer what hia righti are in the
rate of 11 a
istr'ste'a Cf ...
le si f
Tj rr.ph la a
ra, 21, an
-. paid at the
-, i t .. i ; hAa itae.i
-vSiir U rv
en ; route home from;a;,tnp
accusations; ano two men
pleaded not guilty to disturbing
th. ngp.-"wer .' in conversation
with other bus passengers when
the marines broke la conversation
ally.' One word led t anomer, ana
then to a rracas. ;
' Each" was .fined $10.
' Vfrrivtf Wrinht.? ii. ''JCosta Ri-
carf. was fine 15 and Wesley Ow
n Mi-hnll it. Pinsmanian.' was
fined $10 for lighting in the.termi-
nai.area at. uatioa., i f
nian an4 William f!nrdon220 Pa
nam'anian, who created i loud ruc-
KUS at me-'Ancon dub, icnuuiu,
tn hoar thpir fate wheBicOurt
reconvenes this afternoon,
Doctors Ortisr Ederi
Back To Hospital
Aflsr Sllihl Rc!zp$c
WELLINGTON. New Zealan
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Anril 1 7 1TPI Doctor order et
OIL AUU1UUJ 4ui?u w vv. y f j
puns ior nopimutiiuii i owi
tnn .ATaaa.. todiv after the for m-i
er British- Primer Mimsrer suueM
ed a "alight relapse", ot abdomi
nal' disease yi:$..fM-- f';t
Eden had already planned to re
turn to- Boston where he under
went -surgery m 1953 for a gau
kUrirlM' ilmnt which retimed
and forced his retirement from thej
government thla J anuary.
.... y-u wj .J
i h i nw zaiana oociori were..
eaUed to examine nim mjaln to-
day after a
I'relapse": was report-
The, report ? was immediately
messaged to Eden's 'physician to
London, ir, Horace; Evans.
,i'The situation -is', really5
changed "except that; there,, has
k nhf rnxe and as rt-
beeaa. slight relapse anp as re
suit I ave ottea TOi.m.-o-..
ton.u" w aeo-er.
"There Is no 'cause for alarm
W said. y:'..) '.''. ; :'
fc.-- -,- ,! ,U.. -. j f'. )
r. lL ''" t b. i .A..im! Th Ki of Samuel Santiagc
elV foDowi tt
a nan h h llVr Will DO UD tO
ther;ea"by the lawyer wW beup u'Walke
" unainap n m iiiiiiiwtrm liic but vv
nim, tne Juoge aaawi .a ne 4i-
"tructed Public Defender William
:j .-i .,;th
ni. iii'wantad in mo to the
---- "i" Vi..w
3 7 i
;; Judge Draws told him to Inform
tie police .when e; returned t"!,,.,, H k heard .arliar
1 il. and that a doctor would be .. 4w MiufianB(
ummoned. ; i
A Pacific' side -woman' who
had a traffic accident on the
Balboa Prado yesterday was
fined $100 In Balboa Magistrate's
. Mrs. MarrneriU Jackson Hart.
I .l? American.' waa convicted of
aorivinc an automobile while in
oriTint; an auiomoDue wnne
toxlcated Bhe pleaded not g uil-
The offense occurred at :C5
P-m- i i- j
Pacific-side 60-Cycie2 Conversion Work
' ; Another, major phase of the
large Panama Canal power con conversion
version conversion project upon comple completion
tion completion of which practically oil
frequency sensitive domestic
commercial and Indus trial
equipment tn the Canal Compa
ny towns .wui oe opera una; on
0 cycle current was started imissaries, service centers and'
thia mi -fth th aniiritin ofimanv nmolicated Biecea of ma-
bids for the pacific Area Con-
version work. - ;
trrnveVaTon frra 25 to 60 cv
tnrtss roap Tna firfitSTT invni virter
- cl-: r thoti-nH- of fans, word the specifications, .proximate-, tion SUtkm.- the WesV, Perry and relaying w P; """Vd tYom tt SeaT A board lof c-rhc-Us
for (trivinf! plarers, whing machines, ly n53 lUms are listed. .?iip. the Wert Side Lighthouse plants, ,'-Uon. nd "i Hmufate u. lac oaiciai I
-mile sone. IciocU and reinterstors. sre- They include meters, shop Line and the BaJUoa Cuo Club, invasion lane ; : ... acpoted to 4nve.aste u xamu.
" "k fW popZe
V H i : i-r V : n AX On
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wmt ? WIDE SPACES This Is an artist's conception tf what the man-made earth -satellite
will look like If and when it passes over .the lower oart ot the southwest United. States and
nrthn Mexico vTh Tearth area below, -about 600,000? square miles, Is actually pictured In a
nbSta raade at an altitude of 143.3 miles from. a Navy Vikin 12 rocket;. In a955.The ; ait st
took the Picture T anTdrew upon it; the fcarth satellite as he.thlnks it will look when tiiflignt
sometime S the toternational Gephysical Year, which, will run from July,l, 1957. to
December 31, 1958. '
Doctors Start, Arriving
For Medical Convention
Doctors i from", the States and
South America., began showing up
. i. A..J..a Kila uArlr.
A on- the. Second. Inter American
m tna niimnpi i iiuiiiv. iruiiw
1 rii.ol fnnvpntion out IimsmnE
k...hAa 4a the nrpnflrjitions
Vuvuva if, v a-- r
rh. sruap w. Emmons, wno
. -4 lact
ng the-s scientific jthibits unaer
onstructioB.' He Was particularly
iterested to!a display of ? nitom nitom-lasmosisi!'Which
lasmosisi!'Which nitom-lasmosisi!'Which is being present present-d
d present-d by.Dr Rodolfo Young and Dr.
errucioi Sertoli of Gorgas Hosjh-
.t t-u;J ji.ni: vill h ahoWD
uia r. w ----
X the American Medical Associa-
l an s nauonai meeuns my""5"
Hive rom noc.vut. .'vmri
tehU'wM T;the tfniversity ofTa7 WTnr? k fpnia
.m. larW.this morning watch- erday highj an
'fht. (.MiVfr- who' has arriv- r -will also give a welcoming ad-
oent of Mas ,Terman uurns in
te :. urn.. m.n,.
no Will iu ,"4"rer
Jm dUcassed T)y
KncM. former Chief
, ... i a r.oriraa Hosnital.
ho is here .from Brooke Army
ioapital. ' '"
U accosed of obtaining money un:
r faU nretene.
T UW kvvim w
'i vn in three hourt was set April
30 for Panamanian Ralph Robin-
laon accused of assault by means
and force likely to .ause great
!tP4"y injury, 2 ;
k rhHm4 to tha May Mrrn
aantanc filed an bahalf Ken
neth Vincent Sauodar, 33, A A-marican,
marican, A-marican, a Ft. Kafebo : aaldiar
naw aorvinfl six months in (ail
for racklata driving causing
great fcedihy Injuty. f
-- T . '.
Saunders' lawyers.-' De Castro
ad Robles, claimed in the motion,
etitioned to the effect .that the
nds of Justice will, be- served by
I unders' comm
t rns from leav
The hearing will be held when
andins officer re-
leave and can appear
testify, v'v.. x.. v.
scheduled to' be opened the equipment, door chimes, hair conversion or aomeswe eqvup eqvup-mOTninf
mOTninf eqvup-mOTninf of JunVM tn the Ad-drye?s. aquarium air pumps, airlment In MargarlU and Ralitbow
mliustratioa Buildina; at Balbqa conditioning machines, Ham-! City has been completed and
Helehta. ; imond organ, sllcinif and mixing j wort is underway in Oatun and
The specifications also coven machines, movie projectors, ele-jGamboa where the conversion of
the conversion of frequency- vators, dumb waiters, and water 'domestic qoipment was started
sensitive eoulDment In the In-lcoolers. I month.. .... b
dnatrlal iru the retail, com--
chin ery in such locations as
Gorpas Hospital and trie Motor
i to n:TTfsriaLtiiri ajiviailhi imiaici
' Taldn an nearly 100 pages in'
fenow iJt frutfc'ond fit?
" PANAMA,' R. P., TUESDAY, JtFRItt t. 1957 )
Delegates' are coming In, too, A
loncinaa nf Hoctora arrived from
'uba at the weekend, and two Ve Ve-ezuealan
ezuealan Ve-ezuealan doctors and a group of
-osta Rican doctors ..registered
arly this morning. .. t : :
Local doctors' are supporting the
onvention- 400 per cent.Registrv
' vi, iomia MosDiiaL yest
erday V ;,high4 and many more
Snaman.JTaoctors were ai tne
otel El. Panama to register to-
it. Doctors from Gorgas,' Coco
ota, JUbrook, Clayton and Kobbe
re, repiKterinff at their "reSDective
' 4 ts. Duties havt been staggered
ora to 'attend some of th- ses-
.Tomorrow morning at 9 "o'clock
e rresident ot Manama wiu wei-
m. aeieeates ana speaitera -w
a -ector uoi unariea u. oruca as
" M.Tjt h-. .mnM.m Ora.
izaUon, the Medical Association
f the Isthmian Canal Zone, will
otroduce these officials.
Dr. William Reinhoff will open
he scientific session with his pe peer
er peer "Carcinoma of the Lung." Dr.
Jeinhott is associate professor of
a lrgery, Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Hawlev H. bener. -cmei 01
surgery service, Tampa
Hnsnital Fla.. will talk
on -surgery oi. i-ui
1 will ba follow
'Surgery of Pulmonary Lesions
session will be o
will be followed by Dr. Irving
elikoff. i of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
ew York whose paper, will be
'Tuberculosis -: T h e r s y and
rends.'' i. v',iA.' ,.-'T :1
A$ Courf Repbrfer ;
Trying out In U. S. District Court
today for the long-vacant Job of
court reporter and secretary to
Judge Guthrie F, Crowe waa Mrs.
Constance Nelson of Colon.
She is a rapid stenographer with
15 years experience on the Isth Isth-mas
mas Isth-mas in position with the Army,
Navy and the United Fruit Com Company.
pany. Company. i
Mrs. Nelson has never doe
. inrftii hut haa aered tn
try out for a month in the post
the Court haa been scourintj the
Isthmus and the States to fill.
Mrs. Nelson is the wife ef as
American business maa who lives
in Colon, t v-
The Paclfie Area Conversion
takes in the towns ot Ancon.
"Balboa Balboa Heights, La Bo-
ca, uiaoio neignw ana jajb kiu-
Coroaal Hospital and lmmra-
ajow sit vxa v-"-' v v
rsHiiifry is ie" ibraham Lincoln. ; ?
WIDESPREAD criticism of the
revised street and house number
ing system which went inw ettect
ioim timn man waa voiced vester-.
daytvln El, Panama Amerttaj. .
fccrinua -nrohleiha of a diverse
. 1,,.. mY.mmmiiiina -frnm th n4r
system, which ,.s bronfM ,abovtiton. aad Sorti":
lomcnlshl i is ui.i in Ih rinid a.
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said, r.-V' v:' V. J t tj'x.
Complaint's have been om!ng
In daily from 'the general pub public,
lic, public, local business,'; private and
public Institutions, .'collectors
and others ver the less of t'me
.a.d money' the system has
cat iened, Jl Panama America
aaid.'Vil'.r'- 't ..' '....
"'The publication added that the
Fire Department also naa com
plained as about this
In. ease of fire, for example the
majority of the people have no.
idea where Transversal 5 Diago Diago-nal
nal Diago-nal UiAvemie 13-A or 1Q-A Street,
are located, the report said.
, !:,', i f. "'.'
.: ''t i) i.'.v-V. "'
i-A regulation prohibiting the sale
of Alka-seltxers or aspirins in
bars, restaurants or any other
nlacea exceot a drug store also
came under fire from columnist
Arquimedes (rat) f ernandes -to-
aay.i -4''. .tv:r .." ---'-
Fernandei said it is grave' mis mistake
take mistake and should be corrected,
Tk. Hwat, nf aAvral hara klv.
been haled before the Ministry of
neaun ana sociarvrcuare Decause
their eatahlhshment waa found re
tailing stomach alkalizers.-
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'.'.( T ot:
r.,.. r; -. t .'V-
' The Mlntater'af Government
and Justice 'Max Heurtematte
and Police Chief Bolivar Valla-
Tine Ore scheduled te depart for
Almlrinte, Becas dl Tore, te
investigate charges -, ef wide,
spread v'ce and corruption wrth
police protectioa In Atlantic
'ceaat banana town.'
-"rh'1irlniir nf ?nn.neHfllnff.
prostitution, illegal gambling -and
omer vices operating- wun ue ac ac-quiesence
quiesence ac-quiesence of Almirante police and
government officials came as a
result of a visit by Finance Min Minister
ister Minister Rubca D. Carles Jr. to the
banana province. :;
Herutematte and Vail anno will
, be accompanied by other high
government officials, indicatm
I that the ovemment intenda to
clean house in Bocas del Toro, La
Hora said. ', ". ;;'
Up -for. Bids
Several other large cenvetsion
contracU are still to be adver advertised.
tised. advertised. -
amnn. tfif.tt Will be the COH-
version of all equipment at the
Locks and the repot control,
.Tnhn T PiHtfAlir fnrmpr Penn.
sylvania Railroad official who ar-
nveq. nere last wees as a consul consultant
tant consultant for the Panama Railroad,
died at 10:30 a.m. tnriav in dor-
gas Hospital Where he had been
DHe was 69 years old..
K Mr Rirfuplv snpnt c p v r a 1
Pweeks here last year as a consul-
il tant to the Panama Canal subcom-
mittea of the House Merchant Ma
rine and Fisheries committee in
k connection with the Panama Rail Rail's
's Rail's road. ...
Ha was rtctntly ratalnad by
the Panama Canal Company to
assist in thji. Implementation f
plans to improve railroad opar opar-etioni.
Accompanied by Mrs. Rldscly
he arrived here last Thursday a
hnni-i-T the Panama liner Ancon
He and his wife have been staying
at tne. nvou uuesi nousc.
Mr. Ridgely complainad of not
, feeling 'well yeirerday ana u wa
. admitted to the hospital af 4:20
L n m '' 'l '- .. v'"'
i A native of Pehnsvlvania. and a
praduate in civil eneineering of
Ihfah TTniveraitv' he SDOnt his
entire ; career in the .. operating
phase of railroad worn.
AQ of his service was the Penn-
avluania Railroad and from 1940
to 1947 he waa eeneral superin
tendent' of the Company's : South
ern tirami Division, in cnarBe 01
all traffic between Washington, and
To Be Honored
By ROTC Review
Majn. TrUman IL Lanion,
.ommander, Caribbeam Air Oom-
iand will ha honored at i te-
l.u Vivn tnmnrrnw hv the .Bal-
1 4s High School ROTC Battalion
i' 1:20 p.m. In Balboa Stadium
lirents of cadets and the public
... ..j .k. Mi.u;
pectatora are requested to us(
he Clinton Street entrance- to tht
tands. Ample parking is available
a Clinton, Street and in nearb;
rking, areaa. Immediately site,
uf review, lutj nviv tsm
SOGOT BUT SAFE ts Marine pilot Snd W. John C Carlson
iKftl who was forced to bale out ot bis aircraft rJ rJ-The
The rJ-The bomber from Marine Attack Squadron 324 aullered engine
failure about 10:45 am. approximately of Balboa over the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Ocean. Carlson, who baled out at 4.000 feeV after alert alert-ln
ln alert-ln the Aibrook control tower of the situation and location,
talks it over with Capt. William V. Hughes, base operatlona
e-mcer- Df (Capt.) Harry Romero, fUrht surgeon, and Col,
Edwin M. Ram ace. commander of Albrcx. Carlson was resol resoled
ed resoled within half an hour by an Air Force helicopter piloted by
Cant. Charles DuPor.t. Carlson
4 iir.vMiKw, vilnpni 4. VI VCklClUIJ V allUIW
John' Foster Dulles called on Egypt tdday to disclose with within
in within the next 24 to 48 hours whether it is willing to entef
into serious negotiations for operating.fhe Suez Canal. "!'
Enii nf inn maua mma mm 4 L a 44 f. 1. a.
ins ky;iiniii imut tunic
lifter! th A
diplomats considered a sure
. I '.' ......
isning in rne area. " r
. AuthnritntivB llnitni KJntinnc tnum, ,niJ L.. L
.')'--"'-'- iiiiii' juiu nicy lie-
lieved Egypt was ready to cooperate to bring calm to tht
Mi AM Fnzt if lcrnel umilrl In: lilrau!ca .. . i
' They pointed out that
IIS Fmarnanrv Fnrr nntrnl
nine, although Israel has so
. Meanwhile, the British ship Verg
port lowered its Union Jack today
and entered the Suez Canal, Suez
Canal authorities reported.
But it was still net clear whth
er the Verg port was the first
British ship te enter rthe canal
since last fall's attack en Egypt
er whether it wis sailing as a
The versjport is the -1,59a ton Tr,mAXT
former Maria Vittoria. ., .-f!tW' f?rjl --T
"iW-itiii. veiiVu'f J'lio vriEUv-. -'.v-. l.iuu.t-uO shipbuild
and Is under charter to the Pana'i engineering worker! pen
manian firm of Fondata Compa- Jig the result of a court of inquiri
nia Naviera Panaina. i.ito wage increase demands. t
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Crossinq Will Be
rUJ Al, Urtt
WIVJCU tS 1 r 6Viviiu
The railroad crossing-at grade i
n Uth Street west of Front St.'
. oiefnhat win h ind tn vehi.
lar traffic from 7:00 a.m. Satur-
, v until i nn n m Snndav. it has
1 en .announced by the Engineer- emtinuation i of the stoppage unti
i and Construction Bureau. ptoyers had granted the fuj
The restriction of traffic overe,m a 10 per cent wage id
I crossing at the point is neces- esse. )
t ry to permit the Railroad I Divi- pu t'tm-'-ammtl
work on the roadbed.
a fABii haWl
Is the eleventh peTson DuPon.
:tuv l A tlVi;
ui Hie jiuic tcparimenr
. vu ana ivtiwyie lpU3 WIIIVII
sign that tension, is dimin-
:,,... -i. f,
Egypt has agreed to let the
hr. ci4a L J i
far refused to do so.v r4
In Brifain HalN;l
Pending Court Sludy
I A mass conference of executivi
rjpresentaives of 40 labor unioni
iivolved in the dispute decided U
order their men back to work 01
Tki,aiJ... J Ma
4iiuiauay, one day aner me tnree
, 8n court ol Inquiry stsrta iu
a oecision was made despiti
rong pressure from workers' da
J '"uons wwch ,,sf emb4ted 11
nt of the meetinf hall to urn
shortly after the end-of-strike newi
2 Cenai Employes
IIY-Bouud To Alt:nd
Joseph M. Cooke, Designing E
I neer, and P. A. White, Chief
tie Dredging Division, will lean
tJ attend an Engineering Manage
mem romm io oe neia Apru
and 9 in the Statler Hotel. I
The' Fornm which will mee
t vice each day during the two-dij
t saioa, is oemg sponaoreq oj uh
i ji eric an Management Associa
I Delegates from all over the Unit
States will be addressed bj
anaeement reoresentativea (ran
I.uch well known companies a
General Electrie, Ford Motor Cora
any, International Bosineae
fine, and Mcursw -wui.
. ... f'f'i
' Cooke and White expect' .te re
lim to the Isthmus during. t hi
Zone Industrial t
W 4 '-' f
Jobs Still Safe
There le ne ehene cenfer
pleteel Im the atatee e4 tHe IneVa.
rrial DivisieN. S Penema Csftal v
fMkeeraaa stated tealey.
TKere have bee rvmers a a-anenaj
anenaj a-anenaj the Atlantic-aide empleree
et tKe tnaWriei Divi that
ew tmminenf reerfenaetteei waa
Mewy aawfJeyee eee4 eeaa,
cerw ever the rate e( thoir 1be
eras aeid they were wetcWrtn
"ttedM beinfl ailr
te roereawiae their etvi
They helieveaJ there h4
m recent meelirn tndva-
triel Piviaiew anperviaere e 4
aeiiera a vrhith the tle
hekeaia) waa tha enawt ? el
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WHAT D'YA SAY?
5 Those of us who
Sunday were treated
heard the CFN news broadcast at 6 p.m.
to a comedy ol errors. Time and again
the announcer mispronounced the names of people and places
. in the news, and very often.he lost the meaning of the sentence
he was reading.
- : It is hard to approximate his mispronunciations in writing,
Jwt consider these as- some examples: He said "Car-car-as" in instead
stead instead of Caracas, "Lloyd" Salisbury instead of Lord Salisbury,
A-ram-bu" instead of Aramburu, "Galdez" instead of Gallndez.
Be spoke of the "hydrogen bomb text' and declared that a
church service in Cyprus "dispensed with order."
yernaps me usiemnK puuuc uimiu iuihyc uiv.iii
errors of a young announcer over one or two Spanish names.
But the mistakes are not confined to unusual Spanish names.
Enelish ones suffer too and the mistakes occur constantly.
I shall never forget the classic boner blurted out by one
xcited CFN announcer on election eve last year when he eager eager-y
y eager-y revealed the election returns from the "traditionally Western
iIf CFN takes seriously its responsibility of keeplns its listen listeners
ers listeners informed of the news, the least the manager of this radio
tation can do Is select an announcer who can read and pro pronounce.
nounce. pronounce. Let's not mix our comedy with our news.
. A Sensitive Ear
( Comment A
ANCON SCHOOL DIFFICULTIES
I reallv nltv the schooMds and teachers at Anron. For the
i vast weeks these poor souls have been subjected to conditions
' which make it almost impossible to carry on their schoolworK.
' v.o lnnH viiocHnor which bom on behind what was
! nee the Ancon Post Office, the dust kicked up by the equip
Several teachers have reported being so choked by the dust
they could hardly breathe, much less spean w an
Children are complaining that they keep coughing In school
"Tests which I understand are scheduled to be given later
In the week may have to be delayed because students cant
hear what the ouestions are.
I wish someone would explain evactlv what U ?oin on and
, whv Innocent children must be sub'ected to thl kind of tor torture?
ture? torture? Are thev afraid that tbev will have to nav overtime If
work on the project rumored to be a new parking lot was
delayed until after 3 run.? ..i,,
Whoever ordered this work should go into the Ancon Scnoo'
during the hour its open and look around at what havoc I
being caused. After all. there should be nme consideration for
Children given, or is this asking too much?
Manama (ca-ColaInstallFinesf Visual
Inspection Equipment Being Produced
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MICH llllNS IMMHHMHHMMMRRHMMHMiMHHI
Mr. J. H. Topping, Regional Executive of the Coca Coca-Cola
Cola Coca-Cola Export Corporation, recently came from Mexico City
to discaas Important policy matters with Mr. 1. J. Valla Valla-rino
rino Valla-rino Jr., newly appointed General Manager of the Panama
Coca-Cola Bottling Company. Above: Mr. J. H. Topping,
oa the right, on an Inspection tour of the plant, stops with
Company President Erie Delvalle (center) to view the
brand-new Inspection equipment that Panama "Coke" has
just Installed for the protection and benefit of aU "Coke"
drinkers. At the moment this picture waa taken "Orange
Kist" waa on the assembly line, another one of the fine
products turned out at the progressive company owned by
Canal Zone and Panama residents, and operating In the
Isthmus since 1911,
by VICTOR RIESEL
Dave Beck, a large body bound
ed on one side by the Internal Rev
enue Service and on the other by
wpoiesaie snooping service,, ln-
aavertentiy has fed the nation to
one of the biecest. "untnM xtnriA
oi our era. Title this one the O
dyssey of the Golden Fleece.
It is the tale of many cultured
mysiery" men ; who make mil
lions advising businessmen but
who spend most of their time and
gay moments fraternizing in labor
circles so they learn the inner se
crets and develop the contacts
wiin which to stop not a few u
nion drives. One of these men is
the genial, erudite Nate I-Can-Get
who ran a golden radio voice into
as golden a fortune with this tech
nique inside of 20 years.
ifiere are many Nate snettee snettee-mans,
mans, snettee-mans, though It was his tough
tucic to be the prototype to hit
the kleig lights- In the Sonata
chamber. Nate Shefferman was
a fixer who got fixed, but good,
by the man on whose coat-tails
he aailt' into the high Income'
It is a crira sign of our times
that Beck, the leader ot the
world's largest union, permitted
all this by becoming' the intimate
but biggest operatives on the em employers'
ployers' employers' side. 1
rio handle his 300 clients, Nate
Shefferman has some six formal
offices directed out of his Chicago
headquarters. In New York,, at 21
East 40th Street, it is understand
ably enough known as Labor Re Relations
lations Relations Associates of Chicago, Inc.
Answterine the uhone is a gentle-
voiced lady, somewhat frightened
though needlessly by callers
wbo inquire after her ever-absent
There are other offices in De
troit and one the West Coastand
ever willing contacts in a hundred
other cities. There are friends of
Shefferman who estimate that the
gross take of these soothing oper
ations has sometimes hit $10,000, $10,000,-000
000 $10,000,-000 a year.
For his fees, Nate Shefferman
delivers. He has blunted many a
union pay drive and many a labor
organizing campaign. He has
'.e employe sentiment surveys
for employers and has set up mer
it raise systems, promotion shed shed-ules
ules shed-ules and grievance machinery, in
ion-Union shoos to prove to t me
proletariat that they really do not
need to sign up in uniona even
In the Tei outers Unin, at that.
To accomplish this, Nate be
came legendary a clearing
house not onl. as the dead of
discounts for such items as gravy
boats for those on labor's gravy I.,
trains, but for information as well. 4
Many a, Utxw teadeti.,' man aj
t TE 7. 1 1 l r"
nessmsnTwoulcreall 'Nate" when
thev wanted to know what waa be
ing ret a ueo in gossipy circles as
weu as wnai was oeing wnoiesai-
This- was part of the mystery
man's strength. He had an an angle,
gle, angle, a class angle. He worked
both sides. Ho know. what power
blocs were forming inside labor.
He knew where the next scaa scaa-o;
o; scaa-o; I would break. He know What
official to contact. He know who
Was resigning where. And who
ran with whom the alliances,
the feuds, the foibles. And he
passed them on.
trough his friendship with Dave
Beck, ahefferman had entry into
if ft irdviw, lac
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In Mew Ydrk
Celeb About Town: British bank banker
er banker Thomas Quentin. embarrassing embarrassingly
ly embarrassingly explaining to his Sardi's dinner-
guests that he forgot his wallet;
with one of them picking up the
tab. .Han JaaJ, the importer
from India, whose colorful turbans
enliven El Morocco, flying down
to Florida where pretty Miami
socialite Kitty Miller' dwells..
Dr. Paul Dudley, White (Ike's me medico),
dico), medico), who never cashed in on his
newly-won renown, bull cnarges
$5 for office calls and Rejected a
mint lor a tome on ine nearr. j
Greta Garbo striding through the
Peacocif Alley throng at the Wai
dorf. . Heavyweight boxer Huri-
ane Jackson,-who had bis auto
cense revoked.-speeding" oa nis
like, .r Vivleua-Nearinz. the
fdinary in college he didn't rate
a line in me xear .book, ; r ;
' Sallies In Our Alley t' Overheard
near Lindy'i: "Barbara Hutton's
getting a kttta publicity out of
that $500,000 borne she gave her
21-year-old aon". "Yeah. I
guess u s novelty to see tier spenn.
lng au that money on a son in
stead of an alleged husband".
Lionel Hempton knows a guy who
became a quick millionaire. Man
ufactures awards for TV pro pro-grams.
grams. pro-grams. ;
Midtown Vignette: The insur
ance people all over town and the
. I IU
LVi"uAJ1 J .K u""-l" "shaking their heads about it. Ji
luaue rauui uiai u w vviuiuua u,.t j uri, tan
knowledge that he could get to
Beck whever he wanted. He court courted
ed courted him.
There were cars at conventions,
tickets and court-jeating. He car carried
ried carried Beck's messages as a secret
courier. When Beck wanted t
made a deal with Jimmie Hoffal
on the president of the Team
aters In the 195T convention, it was
bneHerman who passed the word
When Beck wanted the Team Teamsters'
sters' Teamsters' high com mend to move
on particularly difficult requests,
if was Shefferman who did the
most strategic telephoning.
- Aa Beck's friendshin boomed his
business, Shefferman yot himself
another gimmick Union Mer Merchandising
chandising Merchandising Corn. It serviced hun
dreds of Tabor men local as well
aa national officials. Who buys re
tail in his circle? Not anyone who
knows Nate. And in return. Nate
developed a network of men who
would reciprocate the favors, or
pass on gossip or dig it up when
He was the minister with heavy
portfolio fror all to all on both
sides. At that Sheffermaa perform
ed a social service. Just think
bow much more it would have cost
the Teamsters if Beck had not
gotten it all wholesale.
husky and youthful' fellow married
and aging (and very rich) widow
of a textile mfr two years ago.
He .kept -nagging at her to t a k e
out more insurance naming him
benenciary. She told him what
she thought of him for being so
blunt and eruel. . .And finally
purchased a huge-premium type
two months ago flinging it in bis
face. Jle dropped dead last
it will take for her tresses to grow
wie doesn t wear them. Her
nair is now at. the thick fuzz
siage. jean reiers, the new
Mrs. H. Hughes (according to un un-confirmed
confirmed un-confirmed rumor), has" mora boos boosters
ters boosters than most -: actresses ,in H'-wood.-
f'She. didn't, marry Hughes
for his wealth, you can, he sure of
uiair saia an intimate. "She once
said she wished, he didn't have a
pena on wnat ne earned.
Broadway Owl: Canadian lum lumber
ber lumber tycoon Jack Tranahan and
Mickl Mario, of the ?'Follies",
are a nightly date at the Trlnk
dad Room. The Chlcaoa Pal,
mer House management Re Reports:
ports: Reports: "Lisa Kirk one t of the
greatest acts In 1 show biz. Re Received
ceived Received standing, ovation and-' crl.
tico raved",,' Vincent lardl.
aays there Will be no carfcatures
on the walls at his new branch.
People will simply have to look
t each other.' '. Composer
Richard Rodgors' daughter) Ma Mary
ry Mary Is writing the themo song for
TV's "Capt. Kangaroo". ..Thai
British press has been scolding
blind piano ster George Shear,
lng claiming he permitted his
old parent to die in an old folks
heme, George says what they
apparently don't know is that hf
offered to pay everything so Pa Papa
pa Papa could come to the. U.S. Buh
the old fellow feared planes and
ships. He once told George: "I'll
come when they build a rallJ
road to America". H. Bala-,
fonte, a star: long before he waa
a recording, favorite, is the' first
singer to sell one million al albums.
bums. albums. ; 1 i
Stage Do6r: Critics Called the
operetta, "Utopia,' Limited," rare
Gilbert a Sullivan -last week..
They gave happy review not only
to me production Dut to trie play players,;
ers,; players,; several of whom have off
beat backgrounds. . Sheri Scott,
who has a walk-on bit jroler Is the
niece of the., late novelist Theo
dore Dreiser. . Harry Goz. nrais
ed for his performance -.as Cant.
Sir Edward Corcoran,, is a profes professional
sional professional wrestler seen at Madison
Sq. Garden. He also doubles on
some weekends as a bouncer at
Roseland .Dance Hall., .' .Arthur
Matthews, who plays Scaphio (a
wise man). was formerly a Mon Montana
tana Montana cowboy-, V John Bridson, who
plays' Plantis (another wisem an);
is associate editor of a sports mag mag-lint.
lint. mag-lint. '.t-. "' :--, j
, pY' ..: ,;V. V' i-i I
'Times Square circle r Pat Boonj,
gomg; up the ladder-fast, will be
hit by, a lawsuitt Music publisher
D. Drewyer claims a management
contract .It's a girl fop the Paul
HamUtons of the Social Register.
At Lenox Hill Hosp. The pater's a
direct descendant of Alexander
Hamilton. .Tom- Lehrer; the ex
Harvard calculus instructor,
brings his saiicy songs to the Blue
A m rv JTf OnoMAMWAiM oue.'rt 1AKai
Paget "and Henry Luce, III give
Hollywood people the notion they
are. senous. ; ,; xvette .Keynaua,
niece of the former French Pre
mier. has Peter Duchin (son of
the iate maestro) In her heart
The gate-crashers are flocking
to the Broadway Theater to peek
at the rehearsals of "Shlnbone Al
ley" starring Kltt. The choreo?r-
phy, they report, is the sinfulest.
The musical opens cold April 13th
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On Of th6 i frnm To nn tit l:.
Lfnost significant backstage devek to trv to block an mvtt T nn
opntenis nr tne vTeamster probe t0 hi private insurant. hiiir.
t thai llotii. acts tiad neen He isSa'm TBlXyppd
lu.wtaeit r.-regawuuti eams;eriby outgoinu Gov AUan hive ;
"rH seat. warm -nntu this week'a eiL
tee in the early days of, the Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower administration.- Then
euaaeniy tne probe was stopped;.
ro-masier general oumm'r-
. ald says ho didn't stop H. The
kepuD.iueiie ,ur .ie ...
trolled CTigross Thoy? stoppod
ne probe.; fhe individual toOP
Congressmen in charge of the
probe didn't want to srp t,
complained bittorly and pubHe pubHe-ly
ly pubHe-ly about the stoppage.- ttui tney
wore- stopped- anyway. -, Vf
Here 'is what thpv n,i a;
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ed at thetime they were stopped.
wjinwy aoua, togetfter witji toe
' Biakley Is a Soft-spokeh Eisen Eisen-bower
bower Eisen-bower Democrat who owns mil-,
lions in real estate and professes
no political ambitions beyond his
three-month Senate term.
He has behaved tike a model
Stopgap Senator, keeping dis.
,ereetl. in the background with
one curious .exception. His onl
significant act has been to har.
ass the federal Trad Com mis mis-4tio
4tio mis-4tio over Hs insurance investi
gations, 4 -.v
VVhat makes this interesting is
that : Blaklev's own eomnanv i
".V". .HB0, WU.W0.000 ; Of L In fact, Blaklev r-nn.l!
weiiare iunas wun th .i niin 'i.:. .; .' r r -.
surance Aiencv. W MX .De""Se f hiM
7-r- UIIV D1DII HI H1ESO ViriO ramnn.
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aim mat. ', :
lue partners operating this a-
gency were Rose and' Allen 'Dort-
mah, wife ana sou oi':oifa's in
timate, friend Paul Dorfman whn
in uitii is, boss or the r Waste Ma-
IAm.'.I. TT J T T T : - y., ;
The insurance axencv. fin turn.
placed its business with the V'uon
casualty Co:, and the Union Pnh.
lie Service -Co."; organized by -Leo
Perlman, a refugee. from Hitler.
wnose u-Swie riara.-jV L
the, Teamsters' weUare iunds.'
mushroomed overnight. ;
is companies, in; turn, paid
tions that Pot in trmihl
' Biakley is chairman of the Gir-
ardian Insurance Company, which
the Trade Commissipn alleges has -been
using phony advertising t
sell insurance! policies.' -i
. The company deliberately mis-
led -policyholders into believing
they i were ; entitled r to t insurance
benefits that-the fine print in -the
didn't allow,, according o ;
we FTC,.-.u' icfi -.;t v,
J"Any examination of Girardian'i
sdvfrtising, when contfasted' with ;
the actual terms of the policies,'.'
"can lead only
Rose anden ihTZ .h7
agency 'in excess of fl.OQO.OOo" Smg is faLe ZeDtit. Jn5di!
in Commissions and service fees iSSLi 7 Pweptol. and mis-
between Ottober 1MB and' June 30, f i-- ?
1953. "accordini to tha nffirial' nuimx,'.,,. f
finding of the House ammitteef" ".,w,ia f, w
Hon&K&r "mpany. w.VlouW to
Ail.- T r
to Allen Dorfman were -not del
posuea.to we agency's bank ac
counts,;' we Committee also tJ
POTtedjC V 'i;ivf:..fl.-' ...,:'.-
When the Conoressmen akeJ
Dorfman if he had paid this or
any part of it to Jimmv UoHaJ
he refused t0 answer. T'me aft aft-ho
ho aft-ho refused to answer. Time aft-,
or time he pleaded the 5th A-
mendment,-: ,; ; i-rv:
It was also disclosed that" Perl-
man s insurance comnanv -mnrf.
fees of $l,200,opa from the, Tesm
aiers ana urotnerhood of EJec-
vrrcat worxers weiiare funds.-
These were funds Whirh inrfivl.
duar dues-paying;?' member a In
Mictugan i and the ( central "states
had entrusted with ;ffa and with
thelBEW -forlinyestmehiJ ,-!
; But suddenly. as c the Cnnsrrti-
sional Committee was striking payj
Bin, us opcrauonr were rmyste-
nousiy and apruptly suspended v
insuranc lirm r.irmrrt
Life. Insurance, Company which
Biakley also owm 5 t
s lv prevent mm from, avoiding
personal responsibility, the FI'C
took we unusual. step of making
the Senator personally liable, ;
Before he ever came to the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, 'Biakley had brought indirect
pressure on the JTC through such
powerful fellow Texans m Senate
ieiuocrwc leaei- idoa jouii-
SOn. Vi-xii.. .,, .. ...
made, himself, however, he didn't go
tnrougn mends. He used the full
power of his temporary office W
attack the, ggency tbt, had been
Investigating him. ,V
His most braian act wss tot ake
over the crpss-exarnination of Ed Edward
ward Edward Tail,, when he 'Cme before ',
the Senate Commeroe Committee ;
for confirmation to the FTC.
'Usually-a new- Senator,, partie partie-ularly
ularly partie-ularly one serving ..only a three.
montn term does jiot butt into
pftia tmfnittte counsel Willi km .
before we could make public- cer certain
tain certain important financial-legal as aspects
pects aspects f of the -.Teamsters1 i opera
tions," c.:-ff--i w' t ;t 1
Note All this' waa '. known as
early as 1953,. yet no action was
quesuomng.f r - ,m-
But Biakley waded, into ,Tait
with k barrage of questions and
criticism, -. 1
He chaUenged the FTC's Juris-'
diction over insurance cases and
.i j r i ,"wmuu Kief jusumnci
vaivcu w luacuu uviunmn S waste I.micH th 1W nt 'nfinK
Materials. Handlers local- charter' K6!..8 TxJ-..:5f' H
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while the public was watching
this week's special Senate election
in Texas, the temoorarv Senator
In Texas, the temporary Senator
. '. Lovely Sandra Hill; : the' mod
el, and Morton Gould, the dept
store exec -consider each other a
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Memos of a MWnlghter: Gita
Hall flew to Hollywood to ren.
detvous with Mr- movie star
thrill recently separated from
hi wife. .Warner's Weep Rob Robert
ert Robert Taplinger corner tabling
with thrush Emmy-Lu Carlson
at Place Elegante. . Canadian
tillionaire Frank McMahon
(chief backer -of "Pajama
Game") euit producer Fred
rissea ever- failure to include)
him among the angels of the
money-maker, "Auntie Mama"
. .Greek shipping magnate Con-.
stantine Pappas pepped the
ejuestien to Cynthia Wells at the
Hawaiian Room. They'll take e
slow boat to Honolulu June 1. .
Cubea police have been alerted
te a budding revolution which
might try to involve the U.S. by
an attack, en our Embassy at
Havana. . Composer Frank
Leesser of "Most Happy Fella"
and tha show's leading lady, Jo
Sullivan, confirmed their amour
at the Beverly Hills Heter peel.
Atevietewn Mural: A group of
cinema people were talking about
Jayne Mansfield's daily pufflicity
and how so many of her sisters
in the film city are envious.
Tbey keen making disparaging re
marks about her "being publicity publicity-bappy?
bappy? publicity-bappy? and 'so on. It remind
ed us of Betty. Grablc's 'counsel
to Marilyn-Monroe, when the lat latter
ter latter waa a Bewcomer and the tar
get for the Knockville Set. Said
urebie to Monroe: -1 ve a a a
Kow yoa go get
Cast of Characters:' WikU Doe Doe-gaa,
gaa, Doe-gaa, wbo waa scolded by Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood columns for appearing in a
frock that revealed derriere-cleav-age
(pratleally bo back to the
go we), bas a photo showing the
drefs (with Vikki In it) in People
Today mag. Remember the
girl who let them est off all her
lovely hair so she cooW appear
in a fi'm abi4 Ste'in Thv save
Typing on the workTi fastest
typewriter the -toew Smith-
Omma Electric -ust naro-V
rally boosts a secretary's ,1.
production . and her
'trrorale, too. By helping to
produce more work In lesgV-T'
tone, the Smith-Corona Elee-
trie is indeed the best bust-
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BOYD BROTHERS, iriC.
, No. 30 Automobile Row : 3 Tel. 2-2010
He chareed that the. n'TC. hmA
the idea only its own staff was
"competent"' to decide whether
advertising was deceptive.. -,
. Fellow Senators were atartleer
at Blakley's unexpected attack.
But they didn't know what was
behind it r :
. uiasiey ever howereu to ex explain
plain explain that he' was a defendant in
one of the insurance cases he was
complaining about. '.
Hj case is still pending before
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LISEAS ACRXAS COSTARRICENatS.
Jeste Areaemena between list and J tne" Streets
her S wigs to wear io. the year
TUESDAY, APRIL I, 1957
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TEX PANAMA AMERICAN AM
DTOEPENDENT DAILT MKWtPAPD
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LT. COI. F. G. LANG, (left) chief of. the Field Service DM-
Bion, Quartermaster, UJS. Army- cariDDean, presents ?Kvepn
ment of the Army outstanding; performance rating certificate
to Edward D. White, (right), civilian employe, of the Corozal
Army Commissary, in ceremonies .held at Corozal. "White re received
ceived received the certificate for the period-covering; Dec. 18, '1955
through Dec. 31,' 1956. MaJ.1 J, H.'Van Ernst, (center), commis commissary
sary commissary officer, looks oni. -U.S. Army Phota)
MARINE LEADERS CONFER -MaJ. Gen J. C. Munn, neft)
mmanding-general" of the 'Second Marine Aircraft Wing,
won- arrival at Coco Solo Naval Base, confers with Col J R.
commander of r Amphibious Training Group.
. sional Marine 'Aircraft Group. Wlthembera'of h'tefr,
Munn" who flew to the Caribbean fronv his ; headquarters at
rwi V n C; wm briefed on CARIB-EX. an inter-service
- 2SSS4WtftK.h later this Pg&.
tons and detachments from 'the Munn s command are cnt cnt-lv
lv cnt-lv tramin In the Canal 'Zone,-and -will Vip&tejatxei--.tise
as Dart of the Provisional' Marine- AVcrit uro
(Official LU.a. IWac Aipa
' i 1 ii i
iy wuuu i wii "...,,. changes "of new NBC telefilm
Mar Jorla Lord will become Dan Danny
ny Danny Thomas' TV wife after play play-ui.
ui. play-ui. .frinil In the-last
L-Y. four Thomas eplsode&of the ear
, son. 1 tub comcuKwi vw -"widower"
ever since- Jean Ha Ha-7
7 Ha-7 ten bowed off the show. Mar Mar-Jodie
Jodie Mar-Jodie ha played In scoregf
movies and just completed a
two-year toad, tour In.," Anniver Anniver-ary
ary Anniver-ary Walt" J
1 j-j t, .;,,( V
' Even; i Hollywood's so called
"untouchables! ii are beginning
to' say "Yes"-to elevlsion.tGary
Cflope l thiltest fwithtardeal
tooklng or-tin houfwesterlre.
rles periodlcaUy atarringlniiOn
"ABC-TW, ,y- 4
. c y
Lucille Ball and Dest Arris
r hoping to ahelT the nee-i-wek
n Lve Lacy" next.
' season for a monthly obo-
hour storyline eomedy ahow.".
They're aaying we've had If
'fclter" aix yeare as a half-hour
'aeries but Dsis quotes abeut
- the one-hour Idea Indicate he
-it worried about competition
'from feature-length movies,
bid and new, on opposite
. channels.'- ""
V : Says Deal win. Be JiKe an
I hour movie once a month, and
V we'll give it theatrical quality
'K f ANOTHER TUr Mouywvuu
tar,: Roy Rogers, just ieit me
Impact of feature-length movies
now"T)emg telecast on the Ideal
leveL Boy Is losing his sponsor
at the end of thii season because
of the competition from; old
Rogers movies. ; -l"; l" f ;.
changes "of a new NBC telefilm
series provide a capsule history
or tv. irst wue was -imp,
then "Impasse," then "Crisis"
and now:'Tanlc"; -4 t'
Jack Palance Is idue' for more
folk-song warbling when ?,he
guests o na Jack Benny show
later this season.. v. George Go--
ber switched directors in-, hopes
of better ratings. Jack Donohue,
wVio. KfaarH Rammv navis')''Mtf.
Wonderful" show, Is- now at the
n. '' Playhouse 90'a TV e version of
ronn tJarrymorc s me, ltuuu ltuuu-k
k ltuuu-k night, Sweet Prince," probably
wont hit the cameras until next
k3 falL Legal clearances on 1 this
one could be a headache. . .Jan .Jan-Is
Is .Jan-Is paiee will try it again in-, a
pew .situation comeay series.
"A couple of "networks "have
teen trying to lure Kay -Kyser,
ine oiq Froiessor, out or Teuro Teuro-ment
ment Teuro-ment bu he says he's staying
iown on the farm with wife
Georgia and the kids. They live
at Chapel Hill. N.C.f.
Louis Hayward landed in
British telefilm eeries, "The
Highwayman." Edrqund purdom
may do one there, too... ."The
Blue Angels," based on exploits
of Jet pilots, is another seriej on
A I 1 I l
V belongs to Sam Gallu, who pro-
fVva "Vo v Tact .ton4QI 4
BDiG CROSBY'S sWllSteh sWllSteh-irig
irig sWllSteh-irig to TV ideas for him, but Just
listening. He's Old Lazy Bones
these days.. Eleanor -Powell
bowed off a Los Anee.es TV
show. "Faitli of Our Children,"
to pave the way for another re religious
ligious religious show starrlne her coast-to-coast.
Now she's discovering
that sponsors "run away from
ayt Eleaner: "It's different
wlh Bi'boo Sheen whe repre repre-artn
artn repre-artn one denomination, hut in'
my Ja on TV I want all ;
nominations, and they deal
""" th4t' -. ;
Latrt score in the Hollywood-:
' Sindlinrer's Activity" report
-1t January retorts a 19 oer cent
I i -rr in'to'Al m-eeklv time
rifTir? TV. Attendance "at mo mo-s
s mo-s tinn pirture theaters yhcurert a
J-jrrn cf 7 per cent for the
t DAILY VARIETY wonders in
TaH nntwnn' a. n oM tnov-
ie expert on the $64,000 Chal Challenge
lenge Challenge show, will have a guaran-fMd-tinnnn
in thp hnc for tak
ing the chance.... Overheard' on
TV Alley aDout tne iacic oi in interest
terest interest in "Omnibus" and other
home-screen shows With high
Featured In Film i
The" film-strip, "Twentle'th Cen-
tnrv Martv Hpnertinff the maS
sacre of the five young missiona missionaries
ries missionaries to the Auca Indians of. Ecua
dor, will be shown at tne itewei
Mission Church on Friday. f
The local, showing is sponsored
by radio station HOXO, therefore
a missionary offering will be taken
nn in hpia in- th mixMonarv ef
forts of that station; Everybody is
invited to see tne -picture v wmcn
will hegin..at 7:30 sharp,
. Tha i rhitrrh alsn unnonnces a
pastry sale : by the Bethel Mission
Young People s society on i nun nun-day
day nun-day at 5-p.m. t the chHrch lawn.
The announcement further states
Thad Gold" was acclaimed a suc
cess" and uponpopular requests? it
will be repeated on -. Wednesday,
April 17. c j-
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN kAtf INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER J "T
'I f .;","", TUESDAT, APRIL J, 1?"T
Sociai and Otli
flat tf fftmmh,
: VISITING DOCTORS AND THEIR LADIES GATHER
; AT HOTEL EL PANAMA FOR THREE-DAY CONVENTION
Visiting doctors and their ladles were flockinf into El
f J Panama Hotel today on the eve of the opening of the Second
' Inter-American Medical Convention which opens tomorrow.
Cay parties and iormal functions haye been planned for the
' three-day meeting.
A gala luncheon and fashion show, sponsored by the
Canal Zone Doctors' Wives Club, will set the social pace at
:S0 tomorrow in the Bella Vista Room of El Panama. To To-morrow
morrow To-morrow evening at 7:30 a buffet supper will be held in the
: Balboa Room of the hotel. .,..,
' Curtain time for the convention itself fc 9 o'clock tomor-
1 row morning at which time the f' ZltmlTr
t to de la Guardia, Jr., and Canal Zone Governor William E.
Potter will open the meeting.
.' man will ifive the Invocation.
! pilots Wives To Hold
2 Ltdim Partv Saturday
Th. Parifir Side Pilots' Wives
5 Jvill bold a luncheon Saturday in
-tae Driftr-jod Lounge of the Al Al-I
I Al-I 'brook Officers' Club, starting at
-130. Members of the arrange arrange-!
! arrange-! iin rnmmittpp are Mrs. Helen
t Wentworth. Mrs. Lillian Smith and
Mrs. Sue Peterson.
: Hidalgo Celebrating
Z Wedding Aroiivtrsary
' Mr. and Mrs. Balmes Hidalgo
are celebrating their 14th wedding
anniversary next Saturday with a
2 party for friends at their home in
i Mr. Hidalgo is a civilian em-
5lQy at Fort Amador.
nCTA fSAA r?
USE OUR BUY NOW
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. TRANSISTHMIAN. HIGHWAY
CALL TOCB TRAVEL AGEXT wt
hR OilFV 1 Tiveh 21-4.-3S. TeL 2-t:i
H Panama. TrL Paa. M. Ext. 13
T f jb. 3-4? Ciea: T.1 mr TtT.
mJ MUtl JumlJ l
Arcnoisnop rrancis i. d-
Dr. And Mrs. Fred Oblty
Honored At Party
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Obley were
guests of honor last Saturday
night at a party held at the Fort
Amador Officers' Open Mess. They
are visiting Dr. Obley's sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Budd
Haberstick of Panama.
Dr. and Mrs. Obley, who make
their home in Ellwood City, Penn Pennsylvania,
sylvania, Pennsylvania, expect to leave the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus Thursday.
Caribbean College Club
To Hold Penny Social
At Hotl Washington
Miss Barbara Gegg, Miss mi-
ritza Tagaropulos, and The Lims
will provide part oi me entertain entertainment
ment entertainment at the Caribbean College
PAY LATER BUDGET PLAN
mmittl promplku LvMuunltri
Ltw 9.0Q J 10 .m. mfy.
Club's Penny Social on Saturday
evening at the Hotel Washington.
Two separate programs of en entertainment
tertainment entertainment will be offered during
the evening, one at 7:45 and one
at 8:45. The Penny Social will of officially
ficially officially open at 6:30 p.m. and will
close with the awarding of the
Mystery Prize at 9:45 p.m.
The Intervening hours will be
packed with fun ior ail those pres present
ent present at the affair. Children will be
specially entertained with the Fish
Pond supervised by Mrs. J. A.
Bialkowski throughout the e v e e-ning.
ning. e-ning. Mrs. Vern Prier, well-known At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side artist, has donated an
original water color, "Chap "Chapel
el "Chapel by the Roadside, to the
Social. The painting will be on
display all evening before it is
carried home by some' fortunate
person at the close of the evening,
Proceeds from this fifth annual
Penny Social will again be used
by the College Club to provide a
scholarship to a graduate of Cris
tobal High School. Applications for
the scholarship are now being stu studied
died studied by the College Club Scholar Scholarship
ship Scholarship Committee, and the award
will be made in May.
April Fool Dane
Enjoyed By Nobles
Approximately 200 Nobles of A A-bou
bou A-bou Saad Temple, A.A.O.N.M.S.,
and their ladies attended an April
Fools Dance held in the ballroom
of the Ancon Masonic Temple
The surprise door prize, a hand
some Columbia table top radio,
was won by Richard L. Drake, a
i visitor from Zemgo Templa of
Potentate Walter F. Reif and
Director of Activities Earl Engle,
Abou Saad Temple, attended the
National Director's Convention at
Columbus, Ohio, last week. Poten
tate Reif reported a very interest interesting
ing interesting convention and some very
cold weather at Columbus.,
Lucho Azcarraga and bis Or Orchestra
chestra Orchestra provided music for danc dancing.
ing. dancing. All Star Circl
To Hold Pot Luck
The All Star Circle will hold its
regular monthly meeting and a
luncheon tomorrow at the Scottish
, in Balboa at 12:30
p.m. Games will be played follow-r-.
uc luncheon. All mem-
u m AnmliilU invtttff -tft at-
Try ckug. Oaallr
Mdicatd. hu fmm
CUat cka k akta,
mtvit tcuut ekaf
Cat a tedar.
mtoitA til rowm
'$ I L'"
The Juices of I different tardea tardea-freah
freah tardea-freah vegetable are blended tote
thi taroooa oVink. Ymrngtbat love
ka livery flavor, and thrive oa ka
aoodaeaa. At vieal
time er betvcee
aeala V- fives
tkeaa the reireih reireih-seat
seat reireih-seat tkey waat,
ad the arish arish-mm
mm arish-mm they awed.
ADDITIONAL TOURIST FLITES
I-'-'' 1 ".
FHtST AID FOR DISTAFFERS Mrs. Mary French and Mrs
Mabel Alexander of the Curundu Distaff Team practice first
aid on Mrs. Edna Ward of the Fort Kobbe Distaff Team In the
recent Distaff exercise' at Fort Kobbe.
;'; P.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Bill Muench)
COURT OP HONOR
FOR TROOP 19 TONIGHT
Boy Scout Troop No. 19,
Amador, will hold a court of hon
or this evening at 7:30' p.m. in
the Sunday School annex at Fort
Capt. John K. Batchellor will
make various badge presentations
during the ceremonies. Receiving
second class badges are Richard
Sexton, Russell Sexton, Wade
Biggs and Eric Garvin. A merit
badge in first aid will be present presented
ed presented to Fred. Brown, and Dennis
Baus will receive a machinery
merit badge. A bronze palm for
his eagle badge will be presented
to Larry Dial. I r
The court of honor ceremonies
1 be conducted by 1st. Lt. Rich-'
XeCroy. scoutmaster, au
iirieiutacefS!roop19iyar8and we shall laisa yeuore yeuore-lnvlted
lnvlted yeuore-lnvlted to attend. tUy?' Ti i f.
(( qOVERBLOfnil yi
n ii i I
, Mint imifi i li Jji nifriiri i iff friUvniiif'i mi, Trtii m ffin iilliiji iti.V r
f C BUTTER
' 1 T 1 . ,- .-
JhsMh OA all OuidnoU
gnes you more -to enjoy i
Se many k'mds fe enjoy ... so much enjoyment in eech!
CAMPBELL CREAM OF CHICKEN SOUP
RIO o BUENOS AIRES
By US General
PARIS, April 2 (UP) -U.S. Gen.
Lauris Norstad; saluted the Sixth
Anniversary of the activation of
Supreme Headquarters Allie Pow
ers Europe '(SHAPE) today and
also said goodbye to SHAPE'S civ civilian
ilian civilian overseer.,
Britain's Lord Ismay 70,' was
making his last official appear appearance
ance appearance at SHAPE before his retire retirement
ment retirement May 14 as Secretary Gener General
al General of the North Atlantic Treaty
He will be succeeded in the NA
TO post by Belgian Foreign Min
ister Paul-H5nri Spaak.
Norstad told Ismay at the an
niversary ceremony in ; the sun
shine in front of SHAPE, head headquarters,
quarters, headquarters, "your wise counsel and
sure guidance must be counted a a-mong
mong a-mong SHAPE'S "most powerful as
sets throughout he?e past.' sit
840 fa7 Panama City
1090 Kcs., Colon
Today, Tuesday,. April t
4:00 Feature Review v
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-
quests taken by phone
: till 3:0W-
: 30 News
5:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 Allen Jackson (News)
: 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Been) ;
:30 On eta g e, A ne r I e
7:00 Interlude For Music
7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN 801-
ENCE HEALS t
7:30 VOA Report From 045.
t: 00-World Of Jaza -:
30 Life With The Lyon
:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests takeby phone
10:30 MUsic From Hotel El Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, ft!
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Dnder The Stars
12:00 Sign Off. ;
Tomorrow, Wednesday, April 3
0:00 Sign on Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken b'
nhone till 7:001 -H
7:30 Morning Salon Concert -1:
15 Church In The Wlldwood
S: 30 Musical Reveille
: 15 Sacred Heart
8:30 Paris Star Tim
10:15 Spins and Needles (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
11. '00 News
11:05 Spins and Needles
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:05 Lunchtime Melodies
12:15 M E L A C H RINO MUSI
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:15 Musk Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 French In The Air
2:00 Tex Beneke Show ' :'
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
, vRatoboir anch f
; j.o oaiiuuy tvaye snow , i
Jo-Music For Wednesday. ;
4:00 Feature Review . :L
4:30 What's : Your Favorite
, (requests taken by
phone till 3:00) ;
1:35 What'a Your Favorite
6:00 Allen Jackson (News)
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
7:00 Halls Of Ivy
7:30 VOA Report Prom DJ5.
6:00-Music By Rpth
: 30 Musical Theater
9:00 You Asked For It (re-
quests taken by phone
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
ia:oo sign Off.
Gulick Service Club
Won By Honduran
The first monthly talent con
test winners at the Fort Gn'ick
Service Club were Sgt. Evans Ra Ra-veneii
veneii Ra-veneii of Honduras, a student of
the U.S. Army Caribbeao School
at Fort Gulick and Pfc. John Mil-
ler of. the Fort Gulick Dispensary.
Raveneau woo first place h- Sis
skill with the guitar and Miller
captured second with his country
Entries for the April contest will
be accepted until Monday, April
22. when the -next ta'ertt contest
will be held at the Fort Gulick
Club. The content will start at t
p.m. Judging will be based on skill
material selected and showman showmanship.
ship. showmanship. Contestants -tnav win nlv two
time m a row and after that must
wait three months before being
eligible to win again.
This contest is ooen to a) mili
tary personnel and their depen dependants
dants dependants ever the age of 1. Depen Dependants
dants Dependants must be accompanied by
their military sponsor., j
V ; f4:mimmh. 5.
IT COL.. M. J. NAUDTS, (right), post c'ommander of Quarry
Heights, presents certificates of: recognition for service well,
done to both Capt. and Mrs. Chester W.- Cruni in: ceremonies
held recently in Naudts' officek at Quarry HeightS. Crum re.
celved a certificate of achievement and Mrs. Crum received a ;.
letter-of appreciation and a distaff certificate. Until Jiis re recent
cent recent transfer to the United States, Crum was post executly
officer and secretary of the Officers' Club at Quarry Heights.)
. ..' (U.S. Army. Photo)
Vin Colon Cafe
A group of five soldiers of the
Jungle Warfare Training Center,
of -the ."first talent quest contest
Jungle Warfare Training Center;
calling themselves the "True "True-Tones".'
Tones".' "True-Tones".' was adjudged the winners
of the first talent quest contest
held at the Colon Cafe Esauire.
The winners came out ahead of a
field that was. loaded : with top
Undef the guidance of Set. Veal.
the soldiers sang : two popular
tunes and had the overflow crowd
applauding long after they left the
stage The True-Tones sang "Sin-!
cerely" and "Sunday Kind, of
Among' those on the show were
Lawrence Ester whose deep re resonant
sonant resonant voice- set the torrid place
for the show, Vilma DaCosta -who
sang "Why Do Fools Fall in Love"
and "Lucky Old Sun", Vincent
Marcel with -"A Thousand Miles
Away", Clarissa Moore with "St.
Louise Blues", and an unscheduled
rendition by a trio of paratroop
ers,, who rated tbree en-ores C9 C9-lon's
lon's C9-lon's jteenagej srjoup,- iU'w .J)ew
Drops,, went .VMvbig .with 1. the
crowd as they sang and danced
two popular Rock 7N' Roll num
bers, a ia i rankie Lymon,,- 1
..Last week's .winners will com compete
pete compete around June 8 against the
other winners to be picked on fu future
ture future shows. Producer Harry Sterl Sterling
ing Sterling and Byron Toyloy said, this
week s contest wul have some Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Siders competing. .Herb
Moise acted, as emcee. .... v
U.I: "Bailie Hymn"
v I" "I
. ' -. : -V -;,, .s -.
At last, five big air transports carry the orphans to
the Island of Cheju, and CoL Dean Beaa.sees aow his
wishes come trie and feels his spirit In peace.
"Battle Hymn" is the wonderfel and trae story f CoL
Deaa Hesc SUrrihg Rock Hudson. Martha Hyer, Dan Dnr Dnr-yea
yea Dnr-yea and Anna Kaabfi. "Battle Hymn" will he released very
soon at the Central Theatre. - ;
ROMANTIC FILM STARS
- In hkj first pictare made In tne laite SUtr aftr
foar years spent tn Earepe, Errl FiTBn e-etars with Cor Cor-net
net Cor-net tVerrbers, heaetifal and talent Eerepean nctrr.,
tnaklnr ht American film. The tort "trtanbnl."
film-4 tn TwhnM-ftlor and CtwnaSePe whk-h CFLNS TO TOMORROW
MORROW TOMORROW AT THI LtTX. Tnlike nert nf fTyna's preens
jiJctarea, H is a mwdem day rtery and nhll It has toi toi-deratile
deratile toi-deratile action and drrrfng-do, it to basically a remar.fe
KnovIsnd Urges US"
Reduction tit Ail v!
NEW YOr AprU 1 2 (UP)
Senate Republican Leader William
Knowland today urged a reduction
in foreign aid to enable the United
States and nations which receive
such, aid to "live ; within, their
... 1 f i r..
; In i speech at I breakfast meet meeting
ing meeting with 5.O0O masons. Knowlanif
said the time has come to reduce
tne national budget, lower the na national
tional national debt and cut taxes to keep
ie u. -a, economy sound. s
He -said that while foreign aid
has played an Import ant role dur during
ing during the past 10 years in Droteetin
other nations front communism,
such aid should be reduced now.
The California Republican said
international friendship "is a mat
ter of mutual Interest"?- and can
not be bought any more than ner
sonal friendship can be bought..
. "The nricelesa inffrnrfipnt for
our people Has been our constitu constitutional
tional constitutional form of government which
guarantees eur religious, personal
and economic, freedom,' he said.
'Instinctivelyr we know that hu
man freedom is a greater .force
thanj ) tyranny 4o We. also? know.
thoughafe times our; allies nd our
own government jnay for expedi
ency forget, that there are. some
things in .life which cannot be
compromised. -. ...
"We know that bo international
organization and no government
can long survive a double stand
ard of international morality.".
He said foreign policy "is too
important to be left to government
. XIXSDAT, APRIL f. 1957
XH WAXiMA AlOBICAX AM INDEPENDENT DUTY NEWSPAPER
Social and Oth
H'n Jnyth Utley r
' tmdn end Mrs. W. A. Utley of
, the 15th Naval District emenauiea
the 15th Nival District entertained
in honor of their daughter, Helyn
Janyth in eelebratkm oi her nth
, birthday last Friday tvening. Fo
limine- 'dinner, the Eroup spent
hmin ukatinc at the Balboa
a Jtollerdrome and then returned to1
the Utley residence for ice cream
'a and cake.' :-: ''"J -i
Tkn included in the oar ty
were: Bicky, Rusty and .Teddy
iexton; Erie and Gloria Garvin:
Paul and Pamela Batchellor; wetth
. Moore; Dory Andrew? Junaa eun
Ondy and Wally Utley, ; sister and
brother el the honored gue.;,
Wr. WhHler Siartaln
. ur. M.imim r. Wheeler enter
tained' at a dessert bridge at her
tin It ins hum a last week as a oes-
w Mr James L. Fulton,
Chiel of the Claim Branch of the
vtiumi Canal Co.. who has left
-- trin ta New York
Tr.csnt wm Mr, and MM. JTU1-
ton. and Mrs. James Harned and
JMrs. and .Mrs. Seoul TnemauM.
Deris Leaser Named
tfewr Chafer Trtm
rooiilar bi-monthly mew
tni ftf Beta Chanter. Beta Sigma
Phi Sorority, Doris JLeser was un-
trifint for the coming year,
nih.F .leeted to serve un-
der the new Sorority C h SP t
President ere: ?ir-Snim
- Vi-PraEirint. Alice McG IBB
Treasurer. Kathleen Huffman: Re
cording Secretary Jean cofiey,
' Corresponding Secretary, Norm"
: Moatftntf- w held In th6
home of Jean Coffey to
I. .u .1.. .tuf a hoateSS for
tt'e gro Wont presid presiding
ing presiding as President: !',-5v;. r",..,
u. H,.Ti nr for the eve-
!A"B.rr"..;M hv Ana Mae
i hanTrbyM-i j,. tn. Mr. Butcher's m-
: ness. The subject presented wu
"The Printed Word end our
J Life." which was enriched wltn
iuhy beautiful and JnspWnf
..;;. mm Katherine Killip. Of
Fort Gullck gave a very mw
4n 'Tudm Ware": demonstration
, fof all members present, uow uow-ing
ing uow-ing the business meeting ; r
. r uirtin were: Key
vitit.r t... JnHffMi Jean Coffey,
Alice McGann, Mickey Moore, Kel Kel--
- Kel-- lyWanio, Kathleen:, Huff man, Dol Dol-ly
ly Dol-ly Housley, Boots Mitchel, Pat
Bailey; Ann Peterson, Evelyn Red Red-u,,tif
u,,tif Red-u,,tif MorrU and Uneve
ni Guests .present were Mrs.
W, F.' Rabiteau- and Mrs. Marge
; ,et Martin, and the Sorority Span
. m Mrinn Greene. ';:,' '; jt.;
. n'k. .. mHtinf J will be a
.ktVM kIuiw-, mein sociar to-pre
cede the ritual ot Jewels iCeremo iCeremo-y
y iCeremo-y for the Chapter' pledges. It is
to be held t the France F i el d
home of Mickey ,ioore on- apw
a.a :30 p.m,' ;:':;; ;:i we: ;
Dr. Am Mrs Vaiianne
;, pr; end Mrs. Joaquin Vallarino
- c.n.m recently for a vft-
oatinn to h spent U M e x i e o,
Weshutgton e,nd. New York City,
' n.u,Mar' Birth
, t... .nH Mra.,Teodoro Tlr
-ni f Panama announce we
.:k f thaif aecond Child.
S.,Mr: Juliette Marie, at San
..f..j. ntnii.. Ait March 26.
Mrs. Tirrelll la the former Esther
IJ Meduro. Professor Tirrem u a
:.!! f the faculty of the Na-
ituntii? Bide tomorrow at 7:30
number of the National Sympho
ny (Orchestra.. v ;
Rar William Wheeler. Jr.
.tl.l At Marv'a
n a v William. Jr.. son of Mr.
im b w. wheeler ef Bal
boa, was baptized at St. Maryi
rhnrrit lat Sundav afternoon.
Thm Rev Jnhn D. RutledUO Offi-
eiated. Godparents were the baby's
untie and aunt. Mr. and Mrs, Mal-
nim It. Wheeler of Los Rios..,
A family dinner was served 4 at
the Wheeler's residence o Mor-
. gaa' Avenue after the eervice.
Un. Alke CDeH V
Mrs. Alice O'DeU was the gneet
ef honor at a luncheon given Fri Friday
day Friday by some of her eo-workers tn
name Canal Co. After the hnch.
eon. vrhlch was held at ttsj" Tivott
Guest ooose, ine group iwjiuv
to their office where A. J. vwt
rr, acting as anester of eeremo eeremo-U,
U, eeremo-U, made a speech f ae he pre presented
sented presented Mrs. O'DeU with a silver
ehafiae dish and tray as a fare
well gift from the groups
U O'DeU'a hiixbattd. Capt. H
ClCDell, has eowpleted bis tour
f duty at Fort Koobe ana wi
couple are leaving soon for Us
sew aaaignment. in California.
' Guests attending the breakfast
wereMesdames: 1 liuth Turner,
Madeline Eberenx, Helen Eberenx.
Patricia Thompson, Edna F u r r,
jaary uvugston, Aura jsrucaon,
Ruth Scran ton. Louise Allen, Delia
Noonan, Millie Reccia, Estelle E-
no, Robin Comer, Elaine Sievers,
Pauline Long, Thelma Lowe, Mat Mat-tison
tison Mat-tison MacAulay, Marge Palmer,
Marian' Amos, Louise AUgaler,
Bertha Hayes, Elsie Brock Miss
Edith Stoll and Miss Berta Eaton.
Mrs. Midge Larrison," Mrs. .Sara
Kidd, Mrs. Frances Jones and
Mrs. S. A. Dreyer were unable to
""Mrs. Scranton presented Mrs.
Williams with a beautiful ; "cor
sage" of douar billi on behalf or
the group. -;- j
Sewing Croup Entertains 1
With Baby Shower
-Mrs.rJohaiLingwood of Brazos
Heiahts .was the honored ffuest at
a recent oaoy -snower given oy
the Wednesday Sewing Group at
the home of Mrs. J. E. Enkson
in Margarita. -,
The center of. the table held a
small doll with an English flag- in
one hand and the American flag
in the other, surrounded with Ja
panese pansies and pink begonia.
Mrs. miage juamson -was a
euest at the shower and the xol-
lnwtns members were cresent:
1 a .'."'a rtt -v
Mesdames m. a. Angermuuer, n.
C. CarpenterrH. O. Engelke, Wal
do Gilley. H. C. Ricnaras s,
Shipley, George Wertz, Harry
Bute, E. a. CKnon, j. yv. uaies,
Carl Newhard, L. H. Scranton and
G. li. Terreu. ,v v
Spelling Bee Winners
The winners of the Spelling Bee
on Friday evening at the Cristobal
Hitch School under the auspices of
the Caribbean College Club were
as follows: Second Grade, Robert
Griffon of South Margarita School,
word caller, Mrs. J. L. Gwinn;
Third Grade, Kathleen Wong,
South Margarita School, caller,
Mrs. Henrietta Cheek; Fifth Grade,
Carol Le Croix, Gatun School,
caller. Miss Dorothy Henry and
Sixth uraae. xuia xaarnno, unsio-
bal School with Mrs. Dora Hel-
mericns caiung.- ,-.
Judges were Miss Jeanne urown,
Miss Florence Edbrooke and Mr.
Die In Gun Duel
- v -A
- MAR DELN PLATA, Argentina,
April 2 (UP) Arturo Lavallol,
chairman of the board of the Ar Ar-eentine
eentine Ar-eentine state-owned airlines, and
the foreman of his cattle ranch
shot and killed eaeh other In; a
eun duel. It was announced today,
The shooting climaxed a bitter
distnite between Lavallol and Her
nan Silva, who wa in charge of
lack eetice for inclusiee ia this
weleasa sheuM fee kebmHtad aa
type-writtee fem aad mailed ee
the fees number lifted daily in '$ '$-cial
cial '$-cial aad Otherwise," et delivered
fey hs.nd te tfce office. Notices ef
eseetings caaaet fee ecceeted fey
telepliooe.'.;.-' '', y;r ;
Clbert S. Waid Post t.
Meeta On Wednesday
The American Legion'f Elbert
S. Waid Post No. 2 of Cristobal
has announced a meeting of the
Post's Executive Committee on
Wednesday. At this meetinc. oth.
er members besides committee
members may attend and voice
their opinion, but they have no
vote. The Post Executive Commit
tee meets regularly on the f i r t
Wednesday of each month. -,
Changes Meeting Hour
The Women's Bible Class meet
lngs in Curundu will continue to'
meet on each Wednesday morning
at 9:30 instead of 9:45 as has
been the custom. Women of the
church and communities of the
Isthmus are invited to attend.
The Bible classes are held in the
home of Mrs. Muton K. Leidig,
2053-B East Third Street in Curun
du. Mrs. John Woods is the teach
er, For information call 83-7116. :
Cla Fw A aril I
. CbUgatioa Sunday for members
of the Order of Rainbow-for Girls
will be held April I this year. The
service will take place at the Pro Pro-tettant
tettant Pro-tettant Chapel at Fort Kobbe,
ar asked te be at the Balboa
CoraBjistary parking lot not later
than :30 a.nv, as buset will
etv promptly at t tt. After the
aervice, luncheoa will be served
at the Ft. Kobbe NCO Club. ;
gresMist Party Fer -Mrs.
Ca f ooday morning, Mrs. U H.
gcrantoo and Mrs. D. E. Eberenx
entitnH with a breakfast at
tbt H'l Washington for Mra. Vlr-f-fr-a
Mr. ad Mrs. -Frank WfflUms
,T.i their dgMr Ruthie.Jo will
, 1 m the "Criatobal" oa A A-rril
rril A-rril 19 to tentatively make their
t ee Long Island. Mr. W lata-.
rtwit'y retired from
th CoamUiary DivUion at ML
By Police Raid
BELFAST. Northern Tr.larut
April 2 (UP) Police Said todav
a surprise raid netted them docu
ments vindicating Irish Republican
Army ouuaws piannea to, raid a
Koyai naval air atalton near E
A second raid, staeed In the
Londonderry area, turned up 28
pounds of dynamite and a quan
tity of arms and ammunition,
Fifty houses were searched.
Tne police nave detained a group
nt m1 allosjul in hm TWA "oktafa"
who arrived in Northern Ireland.
MUuiontiea would give no further
But police la Belfast said their
3-hour surprise raid turned up
documents including a map ot tne
Royal Naval air station and of the
joint Navy-Air Force anti-subma
rine training school.
operations at the ranch,
According to reports reachini
here, there were no actual eye
witnesses to the duel. As recon reconstructed
structed reconstructed by officials, however,
Silva apparently opened fire first,
four of his b u 1 1 e t s striking
Lavallol.-';,;-.;. ,-' ; (...
f T enttallAf miTlawf Mm Avavta iia e
ayes w mVm. Ma4 aasat ; vwe ui mm
he lay Jnortally-wounded. on the
ground and sent four bullets
smashing Into his opponent'! body.
according ro tne reponsw . v j
BHS Honor .: Student, Caroline Zirkman,
Wins -AleHariderl Ham Scholarship
Caroline Zirkman. Balboa .High
School honor student and daughter
of Mr. and Mra. Waldemar Zirk
man of Balboa., won first place in
the Alexander Hamilton Commem
orative Scholarship contest held
Thursday night in the Cristobal
High School Andltofium.
Second place was won by Don
ald Randel, of Balboa High
School, and third place by Miss
Barbara Gegg, of Cristobal High
School. Each gave an eight-minute
speech on a subject concerning
tne united states Consitution
By winning first place in the
Dublie sneakine contest. Miss Zirk
man will be awarded a $1,000
scholarship to any college of her
choice, and will have- the unusual
honor of representing the Canal
zone at the American student's
Constitutional Convention to be
held in Philadelphia in June.
as a member of the cenven
tlon, she will have the epportu.
niry ef competing with the ether
To Spesk ftinorrow
Ai I largarib Ccnl:r
Dr. Joseph "W. Kelso,' delegate
and speaker at the Second Inter-
American Medical Convention,
will address the residents of the
p.m. in the Margarita Clubhouse.
sr. Kelso is professor of gyne gynecology
cology gynecology at the University of Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma School of Medicine. He will
discuss the problem of cancer of
the genual organs. The meeting
is open to the public and following
Doctor Kelso's remarks, the dis
cussion will be open to the audi
ence, witu uue.uum on cancer Be
ing answered by the speaker.
Kelso will be introduced by
L Everson who represents the A-
m erica n Cancer Society on the
Atlantic side, The American Can
cer Society has supported the lo
cal group of doctors tn their effort
to hold another convention. Bring Bringing
ing Bringing speakers from the United
Sattes to lecture to the medical
group of the Canal Zone and Pana Pana-ma
ma Pana-ma on early detection and treat
ment of cancer is considered a
part of the agenda for the Society.
Acts Uke Magic
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TAKDICT II OLD tOND ITtftT IONOOH
55 delegates erne from each ef
the United States and the terri
series for one ef the 14 $4,000
fallowahlps te be given by the
Alexander Hamilton Bicenten Bicentennial
nial Bicentennial Commission.
1 Miss Zirkman, a High School
junior." was recently made a
member of the National Honor So
ciety, is member of the Balboa
Heigh School Discussion and De Debate
bate Debate Club, and a member of the
Future Teachers of America Club
She ia also on the business and
editorial staff of the Zonian. the
high school year book.
Miss Zirkman will not only re
present the ? Canal Zone at the
Philadelphia -convention but she
has already been chosen as one
of the two Canal Zone Girl Scouts
to represent the Zone at the World
uamp to te new in umano, can-
aaa. aunng August. :
Born in New York City., she
came to the Canal Zone with her
parents at the age of five and has
attended the Canal zone schools
all her life. Her father, is an em
ploye of the Locks Division.
. penakl RandM, wtie Toed sec second
ond second place In the speech contest
and whe la first alternate to the
convention tn Philadelphia, was
hern In Idinburg, Tex end baa
always attended the Canal Zone
Schools He la the eon of Mr.
and Mrs. Clef Randel ef Pana Panama
ma Panama City.
I In th
( Is Campbell's j
, Youflov the
rich sancethe Hve Hve-Jy
Jy Hve-Jy flavor of eecfc
plump, tender bean.
A junior in Balboa High School,
he is a member of the National
Honor Society, and student direc
tor of the Hish School Band.
Miss Gegg, wno. tooK uura piece
and will be second alternate to the
convention, was born in Colon
and is a senior in Cristobal Hlgn
School. She is the daughter of
Robert Gegg, of Colon. :
'' She is also a member of the Na
tional Honor Society,1 the Drama Dramatics
tics Dramatics Club, and the Caribe Club of
the Cristobal High School,
, The twe Balboa Hlgn ; scnooi
winners ere elated' to repeat
their winning speeches next
week at the annual Spring mu musical
sical musical assembly to be 'held et
10:30 a.m. Wednesday In the
Balboa High School Gymnasium.
The American Students Constitu
tional Convention will be held in
Philadelphia's historic Independ
ence Hall, and will be made : up
of 55 delegates as was the Thila
delphia Constitutional Convention
in 1787, The contest and the con convention
vention convention Is part of the 200th anni
versary of the birth of Alexander
The delegates are students judg
ed to best exemplify the kind of
contributions made by Hamilton to
public attairs. M S'
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o RAYON DAMASK TABLECLOTHS
"Madeira" LUNCHEON SETS
(Plact setting) for
6 and 8 persons. ;
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vilh drastically reduced prices
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' Any car behaves well enough on straightawars. But
';. how about those times when emergencies call far extra
predsion of control and quick recovery?
. y Now Chevy has proved its greater sure-footednesi
ni the world's first Auto Decathlon, certified by the
NATA. It romped throogh a ragged ten-way test of
hairpin cornering, acceleration, handling ease, steering
J and even-keel brakinjr ... and
.- finished first over all the other
can m its rjrice class. Over all the
higher priced cars, tool
- Come drive the car that won
' the Decathlon and also won
the official top performance;
award this year at Daytona. j
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TUESDAY, APRIL t, 1931
; fAGK SIX
: Jd ar n
; New Manager
IMove In 'Cleanup' Drive
President Remon racetrack manager Pablo A.
. (Papi) Thayer today announced that a huge "re "re-;
; "re-; ceiving barn" will be pressed into service this week
' ; end as the first move in his effort to give the public
Tnnre honest racine.
Th receivlnsr barn will stable
horses under surveillance before
they are taken to the paddock
to be saddled.
Horses scheduled to run in
' the first race will have to be
f taken to the" barn before noon.
"The first race usually starts at
"1 p.m; Horses entered for the
second race must be at the barn
'br 12:15 p.m.
Third race entrants would en en-Tter
Tter en-Tter the barn after the starters
rtor the first race have been sent
to the paddock. Thereafter, the
entries for the following races
adust be at the barn two races a-
. head of the one they are sched sched-:
: sched-: iUled to run in.
h 'The Wea of keeping the
? "horses in the receiving barn at
'least an hour before race time
i ta to (Ive any drug that an
- unscrupulous trainer, owner or
'" groom may have administered,
t 'lime to lose its effect.
Series At Balboa Saturday
' Highlighting this weekend's arm-! Three all-staf teams were se seed
ed seed forces baseball action will hf hcted with four pitchers being
i a two out of three game series a named to the first team. And all all-Balboa
Balboa all-Balboa Stadium between the 1957istar manager was also selected.
' Panama Area Armed Forces base- Individuals who made the all all-'
' all-' tall champions, Fort Clayton's Ca- Star team but are members o
' alipri and the '57 PAAF all-Fort Clayton's pennant winners
f.The Mm'ei will be 'played in
Hflihn. Stadium on Saturday, A
- pnL.6, at 7:30
p.m.; :unaay, a-
1.A..T n m and if the third
ganie, M necessary, it will take
place n Monday April 8 at 7;30
, ''The series', in .support of the
Boys: State Program, is b e 1 n g
. sponsored by the American Le-
Bion. Department of tht Panama
', CaniuZone. Lt, Col. teste C.
' r.v rw,.t .f lISARCARIBipe-
' cial ServlcMt ; ii surpervisVU-and
'Conducting tne series m tuuiu.u.-
lion with the American Legiom
All-star balloting was held, on
eech post in the Isthmus and the
viotes were turned in to Special
Service USARCARIB last Friday,
March 29, for the final selections.
The votes were counted by the
PAAF Protest Committee and
ports writers and sports editors
from local Army, Navy and Air
Force newspapers. The names of
the all-stars will be announced
Tourney April 6
At Ft. Amador
Isaturday, April 6, will be Cana Cana-dian'Club
dian'Club Cana-dian'Club Day at the Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador Golf Club, when Cia. Henri Henri-quei,
quei, Henri-quei, S.A. will sponsor a handicap
pbint Accumulation Tournament.
fThe club tournament committee,
iH an effort to give the high hpn hpn-"
" hpn-" ditapper a good opportunity to
wta-priies, have come up with
nmt novel ideas. Golfers will be
Allowed use of full handicaps and
i points will be awarded for eagles,
. pqnits, for handicap eagles, 4
. '- points, for handicap birdies 3
I, points, for handicap pars 2 poinU,
( for handicap bogies, 1 point.
Prizes will be awarded to play players
ers players accumulating the most points.
nFirst priie will be 6 bottles of
Oenadian Club, 2nd i bottles, 3rd
Jt -bottles, t 3 botUes, 5th 2 bot bot-'
' bot-' ties, and 6th through r'25th will
each' receive a bottle of Canadian
. Clubi In addition low net score
will be awarded a beautiful silver
tray; and 2nd and 3rd low nets
. will receive bottles of CC. The
committee has also arranged to a a-ward
ward a-ward seme spot prizes.
Bules governing the affair have
been mailed to all members. How-
- ever! entries will be accepted all
titr Saturday, and the list will not
be closed oa Friday as previously
, announced. j
The chances of going home emp-
; ty banded from this tournament I
' are almost none, so it is expected
that the full membership of the'a
club win be out on Saturday. Bob
Utiga, general miun oi
Henrique, win oe oa a ana to a
ward the prizes.
FAST OF '
I Aff AND OKDEK
The new track manager said,
"I would like to end the corrupt
practice of 'doping horses which
besides causing premature wear wearing
ing wearing out of the animals produces
a lare. ouantity of contradicto
ry races that neither the track
stewards nor tne puouc can ex
He added, "This Is the first
step that I am taking to com combat
bat combat this evil. Besides this, I plan
to install equipment for making
saliva tests on the horses, a nec necessity
essity necessity for the cleaning-up' of
our horseraclng in this re respect."
spect." respect." It is 'expected that the use
of the receiving barn will neu neutralize
tralize neutralize the effects of such
drugs as heroin, benzedrine,
caffeine and others.
The energetic manager has
several other plans that will be
disclosed as soon as their use is
definitely agreed upon..
All Stars Open
wlU e ofnc,ally recognized as
such but for the purpose o thjs
sanes will continue to participate
as members of the league cham
In winning the 1957 PAAF pen pennant,
nant, pennant, the cavaliers became the
first team from Fort Clavton to
ever win the Panama Area Arm
ed Forces baseball championship.
Amador, Kobbe and Albrook Field
dominated the league in previous
.iFifat ? baseman Pat Delaney,
catcher: Loo Onaers. outfielder.
Manning "Weaver and pitchers Bill
Cary and Dick Borkoski played
outstanding ball all year long for
the Clayton nine and will be the
men to watch in the coming a 1 1-
Deianey is one of the league's
leading hitters as is teammate
Manning Weaver. Bill Cary, a for
mer all-Amencan at Rollins Col
lege in Fla., is the league's lead
ing pitcher with a 12-4 record.
MESA, Ariz. (UP) First base
man Ed Mickelson of the Port Portland
land Portland Club of the. Pacific Coast
League was purchased Sunday bv
the Chicago Cubs in exchange for
tnird baseman George Freese and
an unannounced sum of money.
In another deal the Cubs sent
first baseman Joe Macko back to
Portland on option along with out outfielder
fielder outfielder Solly Drake.
AGUA CALIENTE, Wex. (UP)
Calumet Farm's brilliant Gen.
Duke, who equaled the world rec record
ord record for a mile and one-eighth in
winning the Florida Derby Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, today was installed the shortest-priced
favorite in the history
of the Caliente future book on the
Kentucky Derby. The odds on
Gen. Duke were slashed from 2
to 1 to 6 to 5. Native Dancer was
the previous short priced favorite
at 8 to 5 several weeks before
TODAY is i
Marcia Henderson In
"BACK TO GOD'S
In TECHNICOLOR I
$1.10 per Car!
Chapt. 3-4 of the Serial!
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rnvritrn wap.on RAin"
T I VOL!
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Great Double ProcramI
. Jack Palance In :
Rk-hard Wldtrtarfc In
BUN FOR THE SCN
SECOND HALF STANDINGS
Team W L Pet GB
Ocelots 5 1 .833
Palomas 5 2 .714 Vi
Conejos 4 3 .571 V,2
Pumas .. .. .. 4 4 .500 2
Macaws 2 6 .250 4
Pericos 1 5 .167 4
Pericos 11, Macaws 2
Manager Bleakley of the
ricos sent Chico Martin to
mound for the sixth consecutive
game, in an enori to preserve
slim mathematical chanc of
staying in the running for the
second half. This time Martin's
teammates r e s p onded with
eleven hits and eleven runs to
give him his second win. ue
struck out eleven.
Manager Corrigan used three
Ditchers E. Corriean. McGow-
in and Des Londes in an effort
to shm the Pericos. The loss for
the Macaws, with.only two games
left to Dlay. eliminated tnem
from second half honors. How However,
ever, However, the pericos still have four
games to play plus a tie game.'
The pericos jumped out to a
four-run lead in the second on"
singles by Brown, Conklin; Me-
theney and Ness. They scored
two in the fourth on single by
Martin and Ness, three in the
fifth On two walks, two passed
balls and a single by Metheney
and two in the sixth on a walk,
a double by Ness and a single by
The Macaws scored on in the
third on singles by L. Corrigan,
Lawler and Thompson and one
in the fourth on a single by Des
L. Corrigan was the leading
hitter for the Macaws, getting
two for three. For the "pericos,
Metheney had a perfect day
with two for two.
Baseball fans are again re
minded they are welcome at the
Fastlich Teenage Ball park on
Gaillard Highway any weekday
afternoon at four-thirty to
watch these teenage ball players
give out with their best. They
play clean. They play hard. They
are well worth your time and
you are cordially, invited.
Marcum 2b 4
Ness lb 4
Fulop 3b 4
Bright, F. cf, rf 3
Brown ss 2
Weade If ....
Conklin rf ..
Bright, T. cf
Lawler cf 3
Thompson c 3
Corrigan, E. p ........ 0
McGowin if, p 2
Stielau 3b 3
DesLondes If p 3
Stlener rf . 2
Chase 2b 3
DeVore lb 2
SUMMARY Two base hits:
Weade and Ness. Strikeouts: E.
Corriean 2. Martin 11. McOowln
2. Des Londes 3. walks off: Mar
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Left on base; "Pericos 5, Macaws
6. Earned runs: Pericos 6, Ma
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TOTO AND TUTOR Bantamweight contender Toto Ibarra,
who will try to wrest the 118-pound crown from champion
Melvin Bourne in an Olympic Stadium 15-rounder April 14,
gets a glove laced on by his manager-trainer Jorge. Molina
Acosta before a recent, practice session, at New, fork's Still Still-man's
man's Still-man's Gym. On the suggestion of Ibarra, who lk Scheduled
to arrive from New York Friday, 60 underprlvileffed Panama
City youths will see the big bout free of chirge.
Lincoln Life Nibs Police 2-0
to Cop First Game of
FACinC LITTLE LEAGUE
2nd Half Winners
1st Half Winners
Before an overflow crowd at
Little League" Park, the Lincoln
Life team jumped to a one one-game
game one-game advantage over the Police,
defending champions, by scor scoring
ing scoring a 2 to 0 victory.
Doug priester and Louie
French hooked up in a pitching
duel. It was a scoreless duel for
five innings before the Llncolns
came through with two runs,
and the ball game. Priester al allowed
lowed allowed only two hits, and would
have escaped, trouble if several
breaks did not go against him.
On the other hand, (the Lln Llncolns,
colns, Llncolns, playing .heads-up ball,
took advantage of the breaks.
in th. fifth, with one out,
Bowman got bit on the hand
and was awarded first base by
plate umpire Lou seiaon. Bow Bowman
man Bowman was forced at second and
neminir the batter was on first.
Deming seeing; the middle sack
umruarded. stole it and placed
himself in scoring position.
wnen jonnnv joyner uucu
safe blow to left field and the
throw to the plate was off its
mark, the run that proved to be
the winning margin came in.
jovner found himself on third.
Bobby Ostrea then hit back to
the mound but tne vnruw got vj
Ilrst base and Joyner scored.
The Police had several scoring
opportunities which did not ma
Some of tb ouiswnaing
olavs in the came were:
In the second, Beck took a
terrific line drive from the bat
of potter to rob him 01 a mi. m
the fourth, tne aeysione combi
nation of the Police cave the
fan. thrill when warren Ash
ton caught a fly Du inai was
a mile hign, ana wen iwuny
Corlean had a similar eaten on
the next batter.
In the fifth, Louie rrencn, re
tired the Police on five pitch
es. The only Daner w get mij
hits for the Lincoln life was
Johnny Joyner, who opened the
game with a hit and then drove
in the winning run. rot the los losers.
ers. losers. Jim Riley and Eddie Wilder
had two hits.
It has been rumored that the
V Alsor -
A. during tha'boxing pfflgram which feature & J5-round
Melvln Bourna and Jbarra at the Olympic Stadium
'r i A'
Police Department will endeavor
to start impeachment proceed proceedings
ings proceedings against Magistrate Deming
of the Balboa Court because he
refused to penalize a young lit little
tle little leaguer for theft.
Of course the little leaguer
was the son of the magistrate.
His theft of second base proved
to be the winning run against
the Police. In fact, this was one
theft for which the magistrate
rewarded the guilty party.
The box score:
Police Ab R Hi
Dempsey 3b 3 0 l
Ashton ss 3 0 0
Sebastian cf 3 0 0
Potter c 3 0 1
Priester p 2 0 0
Riely rf 3 0 2
Wilder lb .3 0 2
Corrigan 2b 2 0 0
Darden If 2 0 0
Totals 24 0 6
Bowman rf 1
Deming 2b 2
19 2 2
Arnold Palmer Wins
Azalea; Ifeads For
Augusta & Masters
WILMINGTON. N. C. (UP) -Chunky
Arnold Palmer of Latrobe
Pa., packed his Azalea Open win win-ninar
ninar win-ninar clubs and drove to the Au
gusta National' Course today fori
three rounds of practice before
the mighty Masters open Thurs
The former National Amateur
chamo collected $1,700 for better
ing the Cape Fear Country Club
oar of 72 bv six strokes over the
tour-day rote with r 282. Pali"er
defied wind gusts up to 35 mues
oer hour and a sandy rough o
fire a final-day 75 and take the
ninth Azalea Open by one shot.
Dow Fmsterwaid of Jupiter,
Fla., who captured the lead the
first day with a brilliant as, took
second place money of XiJOO wita
283. Bert Weaver of Beaumont,
Tex who Just Joined the tour as
a relatively unknown player,
banked the third check of $1,100
Palmer and Finsterwak! were
picked by ayny of t e touring
pros here to wia the Matters de despite
spite despite the "old Board" threat of
Ben Hogan. Sam Saead and Cary
MiddlecofL . '
Palmer now hat won almost
$12 000. Re nicked uo 87.500 first
money at Houston, Tex., earlier
Ibarra lost both parents at an
early age. He ras brought up by
telatives in his native Chiriqul
province and later became the
ward of his foster father, Pana Panama
ma Panama City fight trainer,, Alfredo
In a letter" written -from New
York wher he has been since
late Inst year, the hard punch punching
ing punching Toto, who gets the chance
of his life in the April 14 match,
suggested to promoter Sidney
Arias that invitations be issued
to boys from local institutions to
attend; the card free of charge.
Arias got to work and as a
result, 20 orphans each front
th Asilo de la Infancia Or Orphanage
phanage Orphanage and the Don Bosco
Orphanage; ten boys from
Children's Colony (Colonias
Infantiles) and ten more un under'
der' under' the, guardianship of the
Juvenile Court (Tribunal Tute Tutelar
lar Tutelar de Menores) will take in
Arias said today he was pleas pleased
ed pleased to carry out Toto's suggestion
and plans to continue this prac practice
tice practice in future programs when whenever
ever whenever practicable.
Ibarra will arrive at Tocumen
Airport Friday at 12:30 p.m. to
finish training here. ...
Three other bouts round out
the April 14 agenda. The semi semifinal
final semifinal brings together for the
second time featherweights Tito
Marshall and Enrique Perea.
Marshall, a rugged boxer boxer-puncher,
puncher, boxer-puncher, holds a decision win
over the angular Ferea who
though not a devastating hit hitter
ter hitter is a sbarpshooting glove glove-man.
man. glove-man. The match is set for six
In another prelim, also sched
uled for six rounds, styusn eu eu-win
win eu-win Sykes, who boasts a string
of five straight wins, takes on
slugging Ernesto Campbell who
has chalked up three victories
in as-many outings.
Sykes, who usually gives tne
spectators a lot of. fancy, foot footwork
work footwork and clowning as -he beats
his opponents, may have quite a
lob on his hands when he stands
up against -the i deadlyT various
workman Campbell is.,,,
In the four-round curtain
raiser Gregorlo Martinez engag
es Ezequlel Arroyo.
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Albrook Tabbed Probable
Winner Of Balboa Relays
Albrook Field lias heen tahherf
SS the Drobahlft winnnp nf Hm
Balboa Relays this Friday night
at saiDoa stadium, m a series
or inree articles, the reasons for
establishinc the Fiver
rites to win their second Relays
uue wui oe given. Each of the
13 events will be discussed and
the Drobable order of finish lint.
Fans ar ereminded that tlc.fc-
ets for the Relays caa be pur purchased
chased purchased at the Balboa or, Diablo
Service Centers in the evenings.
Members of the BHS Lettermen's
Club "will be there selling the
pasteboards, 50 cents for adults,
studentrwith BA. cards will be
admitted free; v,:-':VK'
Nineteen men have ehtered
the 100 yard: dash and out of
this field there will come a win winner
ner winner Itjs very doubtful, however,
that the Relays record of o a will
be threatened. Oliver Swabe of
the A.Cw made' this record in
1952 and the closest, any one has
come to thatj.has been 10 flat.
Al Guidet. th6 old man from
Albrook, has the best known lo
cal time with a. 10. 1 clocking
made against BHS a couple of
weeks ago. Guidet has looked
strong, and if really pushed he
migni mi jo rial, but no faster,
as mere is. no one around
Known to b anv faster than-
Tnatauidets should tek gold
Juliafl'Babb of the A.C. will
have a real battle on his hands
to hold off Charlie French and
Dan Winklosky of BHS, and
Jonn cnapiin and Lee Gatlin of
the Army pacific Babb should
havr the stuff to do it, and
French should get the show
spot, naving completely recover recovered
ed recovered from hia leg injury. Babb
might be able to edge Guidet
for first, but none of the others
seem capable of that. In the
century then it should be Gui Guidet,
det, Guidet, Babb, French in that order.
, Jn the mile run 15 men have
indicated they want a crack at
the 4. lapr, scramble.- aming a
winner here wouldn't be too
tough except for one or two lit
tle -items. First, has P.T. Tur
ner toot recovered enough" to
let him run ail out, and second,
Just how rood is Lesselv nel nf
the Coco Solo Marines. n
.Word has drifted across the
isthmus on the trade winds that
Noel Is in a class by himself and
will not only run away with
mile, but will anchor the Ma Marines
rines Marines medley relay team to a
sure first place. Turner looked
very strong In a 4:53 mile against
ana, ana Noel win have to be
good to take him.
The Relays record, of 4:50.2
made by Faustino Lopez of Pan
ama in ivoj appears to oe m real
danger this year, for if either of
the,se boys falter there are the
likes of Dick Williams, CHS; Jim
Heinzman, Albrook; and How Howard
ard Howard Lockrie of Army Pacific to
Keeping Up With Joneses;
Once Again Toughest Dbl'
In Horse Racing In US;
By OSCAR FRALIY
HALLANDALE, Fla., April 1
(UP) Keeping, up with the
Joneses shaped upj once again to
day as the tougnesi jod in rac
Back a few years ago, "White
Hat Ben" Jones was the scourge
of the turfs training ranks. Back
ed bv the bakinc powder dollars
of Calumet, he sent the stable's
devil's red and blue suks to so
many victories that they ngurea
he could saddle a billy goat and
win most races.
Then came a brief period of less
such productivity until this year.
But when the Joneses en anu
on. Jimmv sent General Duke
out in victorv in Saturday's $100,-
000 Florida Derby they servea no
tice that they were Da ex. in ouu-
ness with a vengeance.
"Duh-a" Tim Receri
BoU Ruler, with always able
Eddie Arcaro up, was the solid fa
vorite to win the mile and one one-miahth
miahth one-miahth mtXina. But General Duke
barreled through In the stretch to
win with eomoarative ease In
world record-tyinf time. A a d
hat else? Why Calumet's Iron
Liege was do worse than a menac
Wbeuer General vuae goes on
Todr tncanto J25.I5
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take up the slack. This event
might well be one of the verj
best in the entire 18 event card
with all of these boys plus Abel
Lagassie of BHS right in; then
up to the final no yards.-From
there it should go Turner, Noel,
and Lochrie. -a.
in ine two hurdle events Al Albrook
brook Albrook has Jyst about the suresi
gold trophies of all events. Gul-.
det in the lows and DanMescall
In the highs, both returning ti title
tle title holders.-should take theii
events, but only after some stiff
In the 120 yard highs, Mescal!
has 14 other boys to beat, and he
looks good for the job Bill Jan Jan-kovich
kovich Jan-kovich of the Army pacific is of
unknown strength J, here, and
might upset the cart, but from
what has been seen on the prac practice
tice practice -4rack, Mescall : has thi
speed and technique to win. Bill
Gibson, n CHS ; vastly improved
hurdler, will battle it out with
Bob Toothman, (BHS), Jankc
vich, Ray Nickisher, ((AC), and
Dick Richter, (JC) for the othei
positions. Ohe miscue by Mescall
or anyone else in this race will
cost them a trophy, th compe competition
tition competition is going to be that tough
Mescall, however, doesn't maki
many mistakes in his 'tlmbei
topping,, so he should 'be thi 4
winner, foHwed closely by Gib
son and Tootham in that order
Guidet should win- the lows
giving the i Flyers their ; fourth
gold trophy, and his own sec-t
this man Jankovich comes intc
the picture, and it is anticipat-
ed he will be more of a threat
here than Jn the. highs, Mescall
is also in the picture in thi
lows, but his lack of flat run running
ning running speed keeps him behind
some of the others.
Charlie Detore vt CHS seemi
to Improve each meet Last week
he got a 21.5 time to win the In In-terscholastlc
terscholastlc In-terscholastlc League- title, with
Raul Barbara of BHS, right on
his tail. John Chaplin of the Ar Ar-my
my Ar-my Pacific Is another man to
give consideration .r to in this
event fSq it wUl, ptf Guide ,by
three yards, then jankovich and
Detore covered'- by the same
blanket.' -i- ,f-; v;. v;.-,
, v;.-, Scoring in the Relays is on a
5, 3, 1 basis for all events. Al Albrook
brook Albrook with four first will, have
20 points; CHS with a second
and third 4 points; Army pacific
the same, 4 points; Athletic
Club 3, Coco Solo Marines 3. and
BHS 2. 4 -i : ;.
Tomorrow's article will deal
with 5 field events. The accura accuracy,
cy, accuracy, of these predictions can only
be seen Friday night at Balboa
Stadium when the 8th Annual
Balboa Relays will be held. The
opening ceremony starts at 7:30. :
with field events and qualifying 1
in track events starting at 6:14.
Stadium gates and ticket office
will open at 6 o'clock.
" ,.,.-..7... rr r
totake three-year-old bonors "in
the major stakes ahead, such, as
the Kentucky Derby. Preakneaa
and Belmont, remains to be seen.'
But from what he showed Stur.
day at Gulfstream Park, he's eo-
ing to be a rough colt to handle.
One thing seems certain, that he
and Bold Ruler are establishing
another of those classic duels
which frequently bejewel the sport
(H Kings. j i
The last, was that betweee
Nashua and Swaps.. Before that.
you ha such rampant rivalries as
those between Seabiscuit and War
Admiral and Discovery 1 against
Cavalcade.-. , ,: :
' 'Latest Series TleaT 7"
. General Duke and Bold Ruler
each low holds a pair of victories
over the other this year. Bold
Ruler still will be the Wood Me Memorial
morial Memorial choice, with Calumet plan planning
ning planning to ship straight to Kentucky.
So their next clash probably will
be in the rose run,
Old Ben has won the Kentucky
elastic a fantastic six tines with
Lawrin, Whlrlaway, Pensive, Pon Ponder,
der, Ponder, Citation, and Hill Gail. And,
to give you aa idea of the Jones'
abilities, he also sent to the races
such memorable mounts as Bull
Lea, Coaltown, and Twilight Tear,
to name just a few.
wn-. th sun "went down behind
the palm trees at Gulfstream oa
-.uay night, they were saying
that he had another great one ia
the late-charging General Duke.
wVt sjnng moch of any anything.
thing. anything. He was Just getting ready
' u pvu titer one out of the bare
like a magician pulls rabbits out
of a hat ....
I PARIS (UP) World -bantamweight
champion Mario, d'Aiita
of Italy is. a slight favorite to re retain
tain retain his crown tonirht when he
meets hsrd-hitting Aipborie Hali-mi-
of French North Africa ia
France's first world boxing tlUe
jii-it ia 3 years.
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Pirates, Athletics Battle To Scoreless 18-
TUESDAY; APRIL J. 1957
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' 4 LAKEtAND.-iNo report on the pre-race workouts ol
fclg.league basebairientries can be considered complete
'Without the presentation of a- dark horse. Prt rather, s
"in this' Jhstance'. r&hH, .Tngerspeciesr American League,'
,habitjl, Detraitas .?,.-v. vv
j k "Alii thia team has to o Is to plqk p whereat' left oft
last year and It will be tough," promised Jack Tighe. the new
, manaer.'. r y
" '.And where would that be? Well, after the AUJSter game
. triM-MMison the Tisren had a 48-30 record to outplav every
body else in the league. Including the Yankee, whose last-half
gait was 49-31.' :
- 1 This is" not the only statistic that invests the Tiger's dark dark-horse
horse dark-horse role with plausibility. At -season's end he had two 20 20-winning
winning 20-winning pitchers and four regulars with batting marks that ex-
'Ci Right-hander Frank Lary beat the Yankees five of six' times
and won eight in a row to top off a 21-13 performance for the
v. year. -Left-hander Billy Hoftn ala0 hlt the 20 circle for the first
v!" The elite- hitters were Harvey Kuenn (.332). Oiarlei Max Maxwell
well Maxwell (.326)s Al Kallne (S14) and RayBoone (.308) Thre of
the four featured the long one, too; Maxweu o, jvaime vi.
where did yo say the team
.t.l vini. !. Tir Fifl
BW H.r cwltoV geV tie tea or.n)t in the ft h.lf .f
the season, and eame p to the All-Star game break with a
34-42 won-lost mark,
, -':Tt was at this point that Spike Brlggs. club prexv flipped
his bright wig; he wanted to know who ever told Harris he
knew how to manage a ball club; he also wanted to know where
Harris had rot those three clowns he was usin as coaches.
One of the downs was Tighe who eventually was to replace
Harris manager, ; Another of the clowns. Joe pordon. put, a
nn nrnTi9.l rilimltv. told Brigs-s to take a running
jump and stalkM out. Billy Hitchcock. No stuck ani
here serving as Tlghe's righ-had man and third-base coach.
finished? Yon would bring
Fifteen games at f P'ace.
Like Huge Joke
By JOHN GRIFFIN i(
! NEW YORK, April 2 (TJP)-t-
Ot course, could pe ine major
leagues' idea of a huge April's
FooFDav ioke.-but were those
reaUy the Pittsburgh Pirates
and Kansas City A's who had au
.that wonderful pitching? w-.
The calendar said April 1, sure
enqugh, but It could have been
Oct. i witn tne luces oi uon juar
sen and Sal Maglie pitching a
gainst each other in the World
Series as the seventh-piaqe Pi Pirates
rates Pirates and eighth-place A's bat battled
tled battled to a brilliant 0-0 tie in the
18 innings at West palm Beach,
ria. -'! -
And this great pitching was
backed np by real World Se Se-'
' Se-' ries-type-fielding by Bob Cle-
mente of the Pirates and Milt
Graff of the A's.
The K.C. heroes were veteran
righty Ned Oarver, who aiiowea
only three hits for the first six
innings; ex-Yankee Mickey Mc Mc-Dermott.
Dermott. Mc-Dermott. who did even better by
permitting Just two singles in
seven frames; ana rootle uan
Duser, who yielded a stingy two
bits in the last four.
Pirate laurels went to Ronnie
Kline, last year's top losing
pitcher In the National League
(18 lasses) who yielded five hits
in eight innings; ana vern taw.
who allowed two nits in iwo
The A's threatened in the 18th
but cletus Boyer, attempting to
go from first to third with none
out on Vic Power's single to
right, was thrown out by Cle Clement.
ment. Clement. The Pirates' onlv scoring
chance wetn down the drain in
the seventh wnen Grair s great
play robbed Dick Groat of a key
base hit ,.
So there it was the most
brilliatiy pitched game so far
this spring. Could be these two
underdogs nave enougn nurung
this year to eause even v more
surprises. v ...
The Pirates and A's had the
spring training stage to them themselves
selves themselves yesterday as all other
games involving big league clubs
On Again Finigan
t In endeavorinar to plck up where he left off. the Tlser may
hin from hands which were not avsuanie a vear aao
A winter trade with the K.C. A's added Jim Finigan. third base,
.and Eddie Robinson, first base, to the roster, without seeming-
.1. mmw moTi1in In strpnth.
, 7-: rnMnnn u 3T hnt he has alwavi hit well in IDetrolt and
the way assessments are arrived at in baseball, that's sufficient
. rirtir.n la In ill Ifomtnr eaterry: if lie play back t
t,l. si firnna. (J02 In 13 sames with the Philadelphia A's)
wn hei bir? hnt if bis lit with K.C. last year is a more ae-
'rnrate eriterion. . and sm ef the better baseball minds In
sist It la. v tha Tigers will have te wok eisewbere Tor renet at
third base. :;
' Finigan wilT have to make it at third if Tighe's nredictlon
that the Tigers will finish ahead of the Indians the Whit Sox
Isn't to blow up messlly in his exqmsiieiy cnucuea icniure...
- r The Phrase Hater
However, Uie most Important problem here, as in all other
camps, la pitching. Good pitching helps to oirset aeteets tn
other departments. A resounding example is Cleveland with its
continuing weakness at first and third. f
Next U tary and Hoeft. Paul Foytack f the Scranton, Pa
rertacks was the Titer's hi winner last season. "rirht bow
they are my Mr three. It's too early to 'say Jus who will com complete
plete complete my bis; four." confided manager TUhe, a very eulck man
.with a aaalat phrase, ",f ' r v ''
J The manager mentioned Duane Mass and Jim Banning as
fine prospects, along with Don Lee. d-4. 200-pound son of Thorn Thornton
ton Thornton Lee. for years a strong-inn pitcher with the White Sox.
Young Don is a campus product: it. would be simply a waste
cf time to tell you he had an ERA of .092 for the 4 games he
pitched for Arizona U., ; i '
. ; .-. -"
were rained out.
J Whiles thermln fell and Ted
Williams ; was j expressing Ufa
spirited Vepinlon of "Politi "Politicians,
cians, "Politicians, 'developments at the
other camps Jnclndedr
- Manager Charley Dressen of
the senators said that perennial
lead-off batter Eddie Yost, 30-
year-old third baseman who is
leading- elub batters this spring
with a .384 average, wm do
moved to cleanup spot in the
battln order v If he "keeps
swinging Instead of lookine for
walks," and shortstop Jerry Sny Snyder
der Snyder will be moved to leadoff .
Giants skipper Bill Rigney said
20-game winner Johnny Ahto Ahto-nelli
nelli Ahto-nelli will nitch the season open
er April 18 vs. the Pirates if his
illness of the last few aays goes
not throw his training off
The Detroit Tigers promoted two
ex-malor leaguers rrom cnaries-
-ton to tha varsity outfielder
Mel Clark, ex-Phlllle who is hit
ting .429; and pitcnep pei wo-
ley. x-Doager with a i-oo earn
ed run average in 10 innings. .
Pitcher Earl Wilson, who would
have- been the first Negro to
play with the Red Sox. received
a notice lor a military drari
physical and announced hell en enlist
list enlist in the Marines instead....
Redleg relief ace Bud Freeman
had to return home to be at the
bedside of his ailing mother in
Gadsden, Ala Don Kaiser was
listed to pitch for the cubs to today
day today against Baltimore The
Pirates optioned rookie-pitcher
George Witt to Hollywood....
and White Sox pilot Al Lopes
said hell give outfielder Jim
Rivera a trial at first bass.
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MICKEY ON THE MOUND Apparently notf content with
"being the American League's most valuable player, Mickey
-Mantle demonstrated :. his pitching prowess rfor appreciative
'audiences, including Tommy Byrne, left. .?A. sprained ligament
'belqw the-ankle stopped this and Yankee's slugging,' too.
McGuire Stopped Big Talk;
Reminded; North Carolina
Tar Heels of 26 Road Games
Cricket t. News
Displaying once again their
mastery over the Surrey C.C,
the league leading Excelsior CC
last Sunday gained another five
points at the expense of that
?;roup whom they defeated be be-ore
ore be-ore a large throng of interest interested
ed interested spectators gathered at the
Heights OvaL in Rainbow City.
' Faced with the steady attack
of Kenneth Griffith, who bowl
ed throughout the Surrey,, In
ning (15 overs) r reaping an av average
erage average of 6 for 27; C Groves 2
for 38. and another old. Surrey
nemesis. Gerald Small 2 for
5, the wickets fell tn fairly quick
order 1 for 13. 1 for 40. for
41, 4 for 49, 5 for 48V 6 for 43, t
for 80, r. for 80, ff for 80, and all
for 84. Alphonse Critchlow with
17 rufls, Weston DeSousa lS, and
Carlos Lynch 14. were th bat batting
ting batting standouts on the Surrey
side. -: .'
At the resumption of play. "tie
Excelsior' dub lost a wicket on
the first ball bowled. However,
their. rheavy artillery' proved
eaual to the octasion m O.
Small scored 12, Malcolm Perch
20, K- Griffith 24 not -out.
and Allan Hamlin 23, to total
81 for S at the call of time. A. :
Franklin garnered 4 wickets tor
29 run, and h. Mignots, i ior
33 to lead the Surrey bowlers.:
The umpires were Marcus 3arke
and J. "Totes' Brathwaite. i
This Sunday match will fea- j
ture another battle between
Wanderers CC. and Surrey C C
both strlrirg to remain
By JIMMY BRESLIN
-"NB!w'Y0R8: (NEa) -i-Thls was
back in December and Frank Mc McGuire,
Guire, McGuire, in Now York with his North
Csrolinfr basketball, fsauad. s
tslkMk'aWlilf wuuung itresics;
We have 13 now." ho said, "and
that's about as far as anybody goes
the way they play today, twen twenty
ty twenty year! sgo you could win a lot
of eames by defense alone. But to
day everybody puts out a team
with kids who can shoot from any
place. You don't win everything."
So wnen MCtrUire i xar xiecis
went through six overtimes w
edge. Michigan State and. Kansas
and, wind up witn an unaeieavcu
year snd the national uouegiaie
Athletic Association championship,
there was not a coach in basket basketball
ball basketball who could say he thought it
Howard Cann -of New York
University had a powerhouse which
took 19 straight in 1946, then wound
up dropping three games the rest
of the way. j
To Csnn's way of thinklno, that
was as far as a club could go in
"We were lucky in three of those
eames." recalls cann. iou cam
expect it ail the way. You get an
idea of what a job McGuire was
able to do when you figure the
pressure on the coach during a
streak like. this.
"Th kids just play. After the
tap-off, t hey forget winning
streaks. The e o a c h understands
what it means. All he has to do is
let it get on his mind snd be can
wreck the whole thing.' Let him
get nervous and it's bound to reach
"You esn get psnicky. Drop s
little behind snd you start sending
in substitutes, probably the wrong
; Taos Gallagher of Niasara was
impressed with the fact McG u 1 r e
was 'able to come up with some
sound thinking, strategy wise, be
fore North Carolina played Kansas
and, of TOwje, sWilt AWI ftilt)
"Here he was in 1957, when 'one
club beats another as a matter of
course, and yet he was going for
mo. 34 and still able to think clear clearly.
ly. clearly. It's hard to believe," says Gallagher.
McGuire, the handsomo, crisp crisp-talking
talking crisp-talking Irishman from the side sidewalks
walks sidewalks of New York, chalks up the
winning season to his talent. The
undefeated season he hands to good
"We held an awful lot of meet meetings,
ings, meetings, the afternoon before each
game and the next day," he says
"There was no gabbing. When a
nybody had anything to say, they
said it. it kept the air clear.
xou get overconndence on,, a
club when there are a lot of stars
who get a mess of points and the
coach leaves them to themselves,
so they can sit around and figure
out lust how great they are.
"We kept telling the kids about
the schedule we had 26 road
games and that was enough to
stop any big talk.
"Lennie Rosenbluth got all the
headlines and points. We featured
Lennie on offense. Everybody on
the team knew it. I kept saying,
'He gets the points, but where
would he be if four others didn't
give him the ball?' So every time
Lennie' scored, the others figured
they had a share of it. Lennie nev never
er never thought of himself as a big shot.
Neither did anybody else.
"That's fine," Howsrd C s n n
says. "But it still doesn't account
for 84 straight.
Mantle, Sarni Will Never
Forget This Year's Spring
ATLANTIC IiTTLE LEAGUE
The Atlantic Little League re-
leased statistics today or tne
play during the 1957 season
which closed last week. Winners
of the championship were- tne
Mutual of Omaha nine who de defeated
feated defeated the Coco Solito Cubs two
straight games in the playoffs.
Statistics revealed clearly the
reason Mutual of Omaha became
the champions. The insurance
men placed high in most de departments
partments departments with Rusty Field
pacing the hitters while Bud
Wainlo proved to be the best
pitcher. ,- ; vvv
In winning the batting crown,
Field brought his average up
from .259 at the end of tne first
half to a walloping .458 at the
season's end. Luther Quinn of
the Coco Solito Cubs was the
runnerup with a strong .441. In
the highly Important runs bat batted
ted batted in column, Mike Bursa was
in a class by himself with 28
RBl s. Next best were Dougle
Alberga and Edsel Htlty both of
the Pirates with 44.
The long ball hitters- were
scarce this year with only three
home runs being hit throughout
the entire schedule. Mike Burza
hit two of these while Luther
Quinn supplied the other. Three
base leadership also went cheap
with four boys being tied with
two apiece. Field and Reggie
Lum of Mutual and Wlm Jong Jong-blood
blood Jong-blood and Mickey McElhone of
the Police pals were the four
boys connecting for the triples.
Two base honors were shared by
Wayne Hardisty of the Braves,
Burza of Mutual and Alberga of
The pitching story was much
the same with three of the top
five pitchers wearing the Mu Mutual
tual Mutual uniform. On top was Bud
Wainlo with an earned run av average
erage average of 1.18. In second place
was Mike Burza with 1.48 runs
per game followed by Quinn of
the Cubs with 1.87, Will Will the
Pirate 1.80 and Chuck Bath
with sv fine 1.82. The honor of
pitching the most wins went to
Quinn with eight while losing
two. Wainlo,? Jongblood' of the
Po)lce pals and- VUlamarzo of
the Cubs were, the next,, peat
winners with, six wtTir each.
Percentage wise, Mike'Burza's
four wins and no losses wsu
tops. Wlm Jongbloed of the po police
lice police Pals followed with 6 and 1
for an .859 average, and Luther
Quinn'S 8 and 2 record for a
pitching average of .800. The
strikeout king was Bud Wainlo
with 104 to his credit. Runnerup
was Quinn with 95. The work
horse of the league was Wayne
Hardisty who threw 81 innings
followed by Wajnio with 56.
Most of the boys mentioned
above are 12 year olders and
have completed their Little
League careers. However, five of
the leaders are 11 years or age
and have another year to play.
These are Miceyk McElhone,
Mike Burza, Dougle Alberga, and
Will will. Two of the boys, Lu Luther
ther Luther Quinn and Corky Cortez
are ten years of age with two
more seasons before them.
Quinn proved himself one of the
best twlrlers in th loop, and his
batting was second only to Rus
ty Field. Cortes was the number
three batter and his fielding was
outstanding In the field.
Rainbow City Softball Loop
Cafe Bohio 5
Rainbow City ..... 4
Cerveza Balboa ... 4
Deportiva Kuna .. 1
Won Lost Pet.
THE BIG SIX
Cole (C. Balboa)
Evans (Bohio) ..
In ttie first extra inning game
nlavA4 thU cia.n nnrl th first.
since 1952 when Bob Weiland of
Cerveceria Balboa and Mike
Chyba of the Harlem Sports
hooked up in a scoreless nine nine-innin
innin nine-innin affair the Margarita
Stars and Rainbow City Stars
piayea a noney oi a du qamu
wftv. Vi left, pnrlno. an itn.
earned run in their home half
or tne etgnin ior a i-u victory.
For seven and one half in-
r,i-irs Vnh nf Msrearitfl. and
his' opponent Chester Stewart
locked up in a lorna mouna aurj
and it was Yohe himself that
stair th cam dwav making a
two-base wild heave on Frank
lins' bunt, setting up tne win winning
ning winning tally which came in on Ca Ca-nate's
nate's Ca-nate's sacrifice fly. 4
it....!!, Viot Va1i first. mrrT.
ing'threat in the very first when
they loaaea tne Dases ana iaucu
tn imri Another threat went
up In smoke- in the fifth when
Moolchan walked and advanced
tn tvitrri hut. wm lpft. stranded
when Manager Dunning with a
chance to send his club out
front, popped to second.
Their last threat went by the
boards in the seventh when
with one away. Bob Mooicnan,
rfmihUrl and was left there as
vohe and Rlnehart sent flies to
Meanwhile, Rainoow city naa
but .one real chance oi scoring;
with two away, Dango Arthurs
shot one to right which Rlne Rlnehart
hart Rlnehart booted on the skip allow allowing
ing allowing Dango to race all the way. to
third, but Perez in a great field fielding
ing fielding play grabbed Knowles' sljz sljz-ler
ler sljz-ler to third and rifled a perfect
strike to first retiring; Georgie
on a bang-bang intervention,,
Yohe, though suffering Kis
secopd defeat, was great on the
hill givlna up three hits andTJf
three beerment left stranded on
bases is' good evidence of his
Stewart, who gained his first
win, was even better doling out
but two hits and had enough left
to stave off a shaky first-inning,
getting stronger -towards tha
end. 4.- i
Score by innings:
Margarita 000 000 000 2 i
Rainbow C. 000 000 11 3 0
Yohe and Moolchan; Stewart
and Franklin. Umpires: will
lams,' Greene and Small. '. .,-
In the biggest display bf bat batting
ting batting power seen this season, tha,
league leading Cafe BohiO fire fireman
man fireman registered their fifth
straight win with an avalanche
of eighteen base hits to bury the
San Bias Indians 22-7, Batting,
around in the first canto the
fire fighters bashed out -eight
hits to tally eleven times sewing
up the contest. Another scoring
spree, came In the sixth stanza
when they again bat around to
score six times In a real oner
sided contest. '
Score by innings: is..
D. Kuna 202 003 0 7 4 7
Cafe Bohio 1120 126 x 22 18 6
Fernandez, Quiros and Mora
les; Desouza, Small and Hera
dez. Umpires: Lewiss Greene and
Small. Scorer: Bert Walters. u
No Game Wednesday, April 8
Loop prexy Joscelyn Everlng
announced that the scheduled
game between Rainbow City aTy
Deportiva Kuna on Wednesday,
April 3, has been called off giv giving
ing giving everyone the opportunity of
attending the Rainbow City Ci Civic
vic Civic Council Town Meeting to be
held at the Rainbow City Study
Hall at 4:30 p.m. Governor W. B.
Potter will be present and an
open invitation Is extended to
all. V "'
J f..'n WATCH tBftTEH V V
I THI I
Field & Stream
By JOE STETSON
The appetite of man is direct
ly responsible for the functions
Lone: is the list of the breeds
developed to facilitate the pro procuring
curing procuring of staples and delicacies.
Herding dogs work mutton and
beef. Hunting dogs locate and
assist in capturing quail, duck,
arouse, nossum. rabbit and so
At 25 Mantle has it "made" if on. Each breed is a specialist in
his luck holds. Winning the triple some kind of food procurement
NEW YORK (CP V-The bsseDair crown oatung cnampionsuip ana
trmin Mriod ii drawing most valuable player honors
t aelose and for guys like Mick- netted him a $6o.00u salary this
v llantla and Bill Sarni it wul season. And they insist be is Just
y OSCAR PRALKY
be one they'll never forget
Pretty soft you say u escape
the wintry blasts and loll around
ia the sunshine while getting paid
for it But to the players Uus is
the toughest part of the season
the acnes and pains period which
some ef them don't survive.
Sand didn'tand with Mantle
every day is hazardous.
- At 29 the Giant catcher reached
the end of his baseball career j
when be suffered a heart attack.
He'll coach sure but st bis age
yon con i expect to oe xinisara
And can yon imagine Mantle's
feelings wbea be stepped into ai
outfield hole and suffered a severe
ankle mriui. co"td feel
pondering whether he toe
bad it" . -
- Lots of others suffered serious
and painful difficulties this spring.
Early Wynn can hardly walk be
cause of a pulled leg tendon. Hero
Score suffered a wrenched knee.
Gerry Staley of the White Sox
came back after a lip operation
for a cancerous growth and Ted
Klusiewski is fighting the crip crippling
pling crippling effects of a pinched sciatic
nerve.. Bill Skowron broke a
thumb snd Ray INarleski a finger.,
; Ad Disappear ErntvIIy
; Tat most of them it's a tempo-
ary sitoation. The minor breaks
iv i knit and the aches disappear
Lots Are Fragile
'striking; distance of U".e
Sarni will be carried on the ros
ter so that he can obtain hi five-
year status but actually be has to
take it easy. It s a heart-breaking
Because actaally eyerv day: ease of a guy without a chance.
eoald be Mantle's last. His lecsl Mantle's ankle is healing nicely.
aro that fragile. There's that ar- But the chib breaks into a cold
rested osteomyelitis in his shin as, sweat when K thinks of what, cd to Florida. The market sup-
well as the trick knees which' could have bappenod to him. Con- pr was as great as the demand.
: have been operated on twice and siderwe the case history of his. .Today, a terranln hound hi
wiicin must te kept tienuy wrarpei st iees it could nave oeen the end. !temrjin territory can keen a
There are dogs not so well
known because of the limited a-
rea in which they work or per
haps the changing times. Fire Firearms
arms Firearms with more reach and
smaller bag limits have lessened
the need for tolling dogs and
made their training impractical.
The machine ag has put the
turnspit dog out of business.
In some localities we find Ca Catahoula
tahoula Catahoula hog dogs stlS luring
wild hogs into corals and truf truffle
fle truffle dogs locating and digging up
these delicious edibla fungi for
the gourmet, f .....
There's the terrapin hound
the doc trained to locate the air
holes of diamond back terrapin
after they have taken to the
mud In winter time. Once these
holes ar located, the diamond
back can be dug to and made
into th out-of-this-world stew
so relished tn plush eating spots.
Time wsa when the diamond
back terrapin could be found tn
appreciable numbers from Cape
league iaU times irin-t the dangers
. jsuciea c.f s ini s r'i.
of cTettv sof yoM say. They'll be! ftnlly In the Income tax brack-JC-'id
hcn the season s'ar'.a. 'ft
the Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BI ROYAL CHARTER IMS)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR. PESO AND CIHLR
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i KINGSTON. HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, SPAIN
M.V, "REINA DEL PACIFICO' (18,800 Tons.) ......April
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1 TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT TV
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" P ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
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TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
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ALLSAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE',
TELEPHONES: CRISTOBAL 3-16545
1 PANAMA: 3-12578 BALBOA: 2-1905 is
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Representatim: CIA. ATLAS, "S. A.
"Scotch" brand colored tapes ta 73 yard rolls aro
printed In Panama with aiert name and specific a a-tioas
tioas a-tioas by Cia. Ailas, K.
- tS-48 Cab A venae
Phone 3-1U7 P. 0. Box 4495
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TPK PANAMA AMERICAN AJI INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPATglv ; V v -' TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1957 1
' : ,f-!' .'-IT:
THIS SPACE' IS FOR SALE
G LIA S SI II ED S
? THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE'
: FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
1 in 1 I
Houses I Apartments
FOR RENT: A wldwct f
two fleers: First fleer, garden,
two garage, one apartment of
two bedrooms, two bath-rooms
dining and living room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, maid-room and office room,
porch. Second floor, four bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, three bathrooms, a big
living room; d'ning room, pan pantry,
try, pantry, one extra room, two wide
porches, a big torrace, and flat
roof. Via Espana No. 18 (37-
, : FOR RENT.? Chalet In Coif
4 Heights, completely furnished.
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, hot
water. UV t-2VS.
GENELL BUSS' Santa Clara
.GUEST HOUSE. Overlooks o o-eean
eean o-eean ..surrounded by shade
trees private stops to beach
(2 mln. wal). Gas range and
retrigertr accomodates 8.
Playground (lighted at night)
barbecue, badminton, ping ping-pong,
pong, ping-pong, putting green, croquet,
horse shoes, your own bohio
' with hammock on beach, etc.
Current rates. Navy 3812
Baldwin's furnished a pert pertinents
inents pertinents at Santa Clara Beach,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3681.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach bouse. One snHe pert Ci Ci-eino.
eino. Ci-eino. Phone Balboa 4866,
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 18W Pane Pane-ma,
ma, Pane-ma, R. do P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-H7J.
FOR RENT? Beautifully furn furnished
ished furnished Urge-room, kitchen pirv
lieges. Pension Mexico in Bella
, Vista. Phono 3-0S53
' (PA-C) Felix M. Sommer,
Tice-pre8kient ot Universal in international
ternational international Films in charge of
finance, was elected treasurer
and assistant secretary of 'Uni 'Universal
versal 'Universal Pictures Company, Inc.,
at a meeting of the Board of
Directors of the parent com company
pany company yesterday In New York.
The promotion follows Uni Universal
versal Universal long established policy
of advancement from within
the ranks. Mr. Sommer has been
with the company since 1941
when he started In Universal
Studio editorial department
Later, he spent four years in
the U. S. Army where he reach reached
ed reached the rank of major In the
Signal Corps. He returned to
Universal in 1948. In 1950 he
was elected vice-president of the
' International s u b sid 1 a r y. In
charge of the financial phases
f the company's foreign opera operations,
tions, operations, a post he will retain in
addition to his new position.
Mr. Sommer replaces ITugene
. T. Walsh, vice-president and
treasurer of Universal Pictures
Company, Inc., who Is retiring
m April 1st.
Fly To Brooklyn
V VEBO 1
BEACH. Fla, April 2
sore-armed nitc ners
Carl rskine and Karl Spooner
were -scheduled- to leave the
Brooklyn Dodgers" training 1ase
here today for a plane flight
bexk to Brooklyn for medical
' Team -officials said the two
players toight check in rater in
the day at Long Island College
Hospital where Dr. Herbert Fett
Is expected to examine them.
Ertilne, Brooklyn's two-time
no-hli hero, announced yester
day that chronic oain In his
right shoulder has Teeome more
acute and that be believes be
reeds "medical help- if be ever
Is goln to pitch effectively a a-rn.
rn. a-rn. spooner. young lefty who
i : ruck out 27 batters In his first
" o games as a Dodger In 1854
sat out almost aU last sea-
i with a sore arm, has shown
e of bis old, speed in tram-
ATTENTION. 0. I.I Jest built
modem furnished apartments, I
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 4 closets, 2 bedrooms,
living room,, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St.
East No. 2-61. Phone 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment at El Cangre
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 Urraca Park.
For information call 2-1958. Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. FOR RENT: Furnished decor decorators
ators decorators dream apartments, fully
equipped. Kitchens, hot water,
daily maid service, telephones.
Edificio Campo Alegre, corner
of Via Espana and Manuel M.
Icaza, for information. Miss A A-rango.
rango. A-rango. Same building at Arte
y Decoracion Store, across El
FOR RENT: Nicely furn furnished
ished furnished apartment with Refri Refrigerator.
gerator. Refrigerator. Porch, parlor-dining-room,
Screened. Tiled. $55.00. Apply
112 Via Belisario Porras near.
FOR RENT: Beautiful modern-
furnished apartment, two
bedrooms, houseware, $150. In Inquire
quire Inquire : Peru Avenue 37-20 Up Upstairs.
FOR RENT: Living room,
bedroom, dinette-kitchen. Ac Accessible
cessible Accessible to Canal Zone. Next
street from 4th of July Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. Calls Darien No. 14-21.
FOR RENT: Spacious un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished one bedroom apart,
ment. All conveniences. Na Na-cional
cional Na-cional Avenue No. 48. Inquire
at Auto Omphroy 4:00 to 5:00
FOR RENT: New apart apartment.'
ment.' apartment.' Livingroom, diningroom,
2 bedrooms, bathroom, kitch kitchen,
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water. Via Porras No. 64, oa
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Know Your neighbor
Tomorrow At JVB
A new aerie, entitled "X n n w
Your Neighbor," begins at the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service
center tomorrow, at 8 p.m.
The series, which Will run.wepk.
1y, is dedicated to the Latin A-
meriean countries bordering Pana Panama
ma Panama and others. The series, to be
presented with films and, at
umes, lectures, is intended to aid
servicemen and civilians of the
Canal Zone to better understand
tne customs and values of these
countries so that, if and' when a
Journey is made there, the tour
ists can more easily and quickly
aaapt memseives to the surround surroundings,
ings, surroundings, The initial series will highlight
Panama and will acquaint view
ers with the interesting sights to
oe seen. Also to honored the first
evening will be the country of Ve Venezuela.
nezuela. Venezuela. The ronnpratinn nf the T.atin A.
merican embassies and consulates
located in Panama City makes
this series possible.
Legion's Post 7
For Coming Year
. The Ref-tram T fltvAfi Pas!
No. 7 located at Corozal recently
new the installation of its new of-
licers for the Legion for 1957-1958.
ine mstauauon ceremony was
conducted by Department Com
mander John O Connell, national
executive committeeman, Claude
Campbell and department vice
commander Alfred J. Gauvn, and
Grand Chef de Carre 40 and 8 Al
Officers elected were, command
er H. E. Wright; First vice com commander,
mander, commander, W. E. Richmond; Second
vice commander, G. D. Ched es ester;
ter; ester; adjutant. W. Foskey: chap
lain, A. J. Dykhuis; sergeant-at-
arms. k. b. Pollock: fioaoce of
ficer, S. E. Harris.
1 The Oayton Post No. 7 was re-
acuvatea in uecember 1956 hv
Gauvin from a zero membership
at mat time to the present 40, to
be attributed to the outstanding
leaaersmp of commander Wnght
and his officers.
Sunday, they win celebrate Hs
progress by holding a picnic at
Summit Gardens from B '-a.m.
through 5 p.m. Wright is a mem-
Dec et tne lamous (Cordon Blue)
World faous French Cook Club.
He promises some of the finest
food ever tasted In these parts.
The general publie is invited and
.iflinuin aiv wi jecu w vfifiK weir
uiinuci yi!ucr 14 yea re
of ae admitted free. A'ults II.
per ticket, Wright famous myee myee-terjr
terjr myee-terjr delicasv will be the feature
of the picnic.
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE
INTERNAL. DE FUBLICACIONES No.
RARDO No. 2S "B" Street
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central
VAN-DER-JIS 50 Street No. U FARMACIA EL BATURRO faroae Letevte
ino Bene vnw iinu
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick 4 doers
$1,300.00 or make offer, 5623-.
Apt.-C Diablo Hts. Tei. 2-3354.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet panel
1952 hal ton. Excellent condi conditions
tions conditions $850.00. Telephone 2-2217.
FOR SALE: Plymouth Bel-,
vedere Sport Coupe 1954 Excel
lent condition, Two-tone, Radio,
W-S-W , Tifes,' Tinted Wind Windshield."
shield." Windshield." Directional v Lights;
First $T.200 Takes It. Leaving
For U.S, Call 83-4257 or 83 83-2119.
2119. 83-2119. ."
FOR SALE: 1941 Buiek
good condition. Balboa 2-3066
between' 4:30 and 7:00 p-m.
FOR SALE: 1948, 6-eylinder
Oldsmobile sedan. Excellent
motor, tires, upholstery, bat battery.
tery. battery. Bargain Tel. 3-5279. I ;
FOR SALE: 1052 Packard
4 dr. Patrician Sedan. Call 82 82-5210
5210 82-5210 Ft. Amador.
FOR SALE: 1950 Dodge Cor Coronet
onet Coronet W-W tubeless tiros, radio,
turn signals, very clean, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 24775.
General Agent ::
Gibraltar f ife Ins., Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama t-0552
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2 j-2451. 22562
Loam Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridina B Jumnina Classes daiht
4 .3 to 5 p.m. Phoee 2-ii
1 or by appointment.
CHU.DREN & GENERAL
. Vi. R. Ilsenmam
ftefot nlr) Ave. J1AM
CoppeeUe Ancan School playground)
. TeL 2-ZU1 raaimS
"Slim Tom flrnre Sewn"
McLevy Machines, Masnse
teem Baui male and female
Medicel belts, erth bracee.
SS A. Jnete Aroeemena S-Z211
Dc. SCROLL trained CUropodlit
April 14 $17.50 each
B- St. 7-27 TeL 2-1661
Ad vancomenr Awards
At Cub Scout Meet
Cubmaster Johnny Gough con conducted
ducted conducted a short pack meeting Sat'
urdav at 'Summit Gardens at
which advancement awards were
presented and changes in the
pack leadership announced for the
new charter year.
The awarding of the Webelos
badge to Robert W. Lavallee and
Steven D. Henderson, and their
graduation to Boy Scouts, were
the highlights of this meet. Alvin
C. Henderson, sssistant cubmas cubmaster
ter cubmaster took part in his son's gradua graduation
tion graduation ceremony. Scoutmaster Wes Wesley
ley Wesley M. Kennedy, Troop 7, Curundu,
welcomed Bob and Steve into the
Alan Blumberg, Den 4 was a
warded a Wolf Gold Arrow, John Johnny
ny Johnny Gough II, a Lion Badge, James
Fehrenbach, Den 1, 1 year, an anniversary
niversary anniversary pin, and Andres R. Bo Bo-rrero,
rrero, Bo-rrero, a lion book. In addition.
Clay T.Ul and Johnny Gough n t ve feT-VcSa-were
presented Boy Scout hand-of order, government in the
books on their transfer into the t praA i, mMe
p H.eH. ,,!. bu t acL" He said the amendment, if
n!hri2L. rJlVe? H'l'PP. Probably would not be be-'tltili
'tltili be-'tltili TyM th!'m elective during Mr. Elsen Elsen-l?L"lLowIu'i:b7..!?
l?L"lLowIu'i:b7..!? Elsen-l?L"lLowIu'i:b7..!? tower's administrstion.
appreciation were given to Mrs
Elizabeth Be 11 sons, Den 2,- Mrs
Alicia Worsham. Den 3, Mrs. Bea
trice Nichols, Den 5, and Mrs. Sal-
ly McFadden. Den 6 Incoming
den mothers recognized were Mrs
Margarita Fehrenbach, Den 1 (2d.
term), Mrs. Margaret Stanley,
Den 2, Mrs. Alice Talbott, Den 3,
Mrs. Henrietta Baggott, Den 4 (2d
term), Mrs. Kathleen Gough, Den
lev. Den 6. Chief den mother. Mrs
Charlotte B. Kennedy, was pre presented
sented presented aa engraved gift bearing
den mother emblems ia apprecia
tion for the many services sbe bad
rendered to the Pack during the
past charter year.
Following these presentation,
asst. cubmaster Henderson intro introduced
duced introduced the pack leaders for the
charter year -beginning 1 April, as
follows-: pack chairman- William
I. Brieht Jr.: committeemen: Xd
win J. Tehrenbach, James G.
Sheffield, Charles Fontsine, Sr.ieabinet would take the initiative.
Zelia- O. Blumberg. Jvnes H
Nichols, Sr., Joher A, Huley, and
Pete Monaco. Cubmaster John
R. Gough, Sr.; assistant cvbams
ters: Robert A. E. Hall and Ladd
E. HamUton. Chief Dea Mother:
Charlotte B. Kennedy, j
" V.u.4to!?"jf" 13-37 "H FTKEET, PANAMA LIBRKRIA PRECIADO 7 Street N.
uiiicrjr ru V lABI AbUU-tMlIII Ave. 4ft ft LUUKUES PHARMACY 1H2 drmmillll C ABM
MOKKI5UN 4th of July Ave. & J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. IWoU No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS14B
Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fa. 1.1. OueAvc.Na.ll m rnrn n.Tuvi'7 ."r" A j
, ..-. ...
FOR SALE: Fireproof safe
excellent condition.. 30x30x36"
$140.00 Phone 2-2217."
FOR SALE: Radio Hallieraftor
and Speaker Cabinet; table
model radio; Market rrecerd
changer;- Admiral record
- changer; P.A. AMplifier; Min Mineral
eral Mineral detector; Globe T.Y. an antenna.
tenna. antenna. 25 cycle 25 cycles; radio
and Record Changers parts
House 807X Phono Balboa 2692
FOR SALE: 2 purebred
Siamese Cats with papers and
shots. Male 11 months, female
7 months. $50.00 each. Beauti Beautiful,
ful, Beautiful, healthy animals. Call Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 3191 homo or Clayton
BOXER FAN: Needs urgently
Boxer Fawn male A.KC reg registration
istration registration for breeding. Phone
2-1704 from 1:00 to 3:00; 7:00
p.m. to 10 p.m.
ASHEVILLE. N.C. (UP)-Buck
Baker of Charlotte, N.C. success
fully defended his title in the 100-
mile Grand Mauonai wascar auto automobile'
mobile' automobile' race Sunday when he won
the event in a close finish. Driv Driving
ing Driving a 1957 Chevrolet, Baker edged
Speedy Thompson, who also drove
Brownell Tells Solons Veep Should
Determine President's Disability
WASHINGTON, April 2 (UP)
Attorney General Herbert Brown
ell Jr. said today he believes the
vice president has authority tf ae ae-termine
termine ae-termine when a' president is dis
abled and that t his decision
"should not be dependent-on. one
man's opinionv t jugr
BwneU testified before House
Judiciary, subcommittee, in "sup "support
port "support of .Presidents. Eisenhower's
plan to let the president-or his
cabinet decide if a chief executive
is unable to carry out his duties.
Brownell did not relate his re remarks
marks remarks to Vice President Richard
M. Nixon and denied that his pro proposed
posed proposed constitutional amendment
was prompted by any "present
emergency." .7-u-.-.vi J
The attorney general's explan-,
tion apparently did little to err2
congressional misgivings oa"
arming the cabinet with -authority
to delegate presidential duties to
the vice president.
Subcommittee Chairman Eman
uel Celler (D-NY) .said he v was
"unalterably opposed to the pro
posal. He said "personal loyalty"
would prevent cabinet members
"from making an objective Judg Judgment.";
ment."; Judgment."; -.: -, 0 ,,;,.(
Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (R-
NY) said he fears the adminis
tration plan might enable a vice
president and the e a b i n e t to
gang up" on a president. He
pushed his own plan to set up a
10-member commission to deter determine
mine determine a president's inability.
But Brownell said a vice presi
dent would "destroy himself for forever"
ever" forever" if the publie felt he was
trying to usurp the president's
Celler said the subcommittee.
vhich held lengthy hearings on
the matter last -year, may meet
within a week to. try to reconcile
contacting views. He -said there
was a possibility the House would
act on the issue this year. How
ever, he scheduled no more hear
ings on the new plan.
Brownell said "the realities of
the atomic age" make it impera
Act Of Congress
But Celler said the question of
ny might not have arisen "were
it not for the double illnesses" of
Mr; Eisenhower. Celler suggested
a simple act of Congress, rather
than a constitutional amendment.
to deal with the problem.
? Constttution provides for the
vice president to take over the
duties of the president ia event a
duel executive is disabled. But it
does not make clear bow the dis
ability should be determined.
The proposed amendment would
let the President declare his wa
inability and delegate his author authority
ity authority to the vice president If he
were unable or unwilling to do so.
the vice president could take over
upon obtaining written approval
of' the majority of the cabinet
Either the vice president or the
In either case, the president could
re assB me his duties by declaring
tin writing that his inability bad
Brownell argued that legislation
would not solve the probiem, ak
Utougb it could be cctcted soccer
AS Via Pokm ill
FOR SALE: Couch, bolsters
and cover; $30.00. Double Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood bed, $50.00. Phone Bal-
FOR SALE: Mahogany double
bed with foam rubber mattress
and coil spring. Phone Balboa (
2107 after 4:30 p.m.
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
YOU CAN SPEND A NIGHT
IN THE SAN.BLAS ISLANDS
TAKE A "JUNGLE JIM
JAUNT" HOTEL SAN BLAS
ISLANDS, THE SOUTH SEAS
OF THE AMERICAS. Two full
days. First tout starts' April
6, Saturday. Return April 7,
Sunday. Transportation, sight sightseeing,
seeing, sightseeing, 2 days and one night at
San Bias Islands Hotel, meals.
All for $25.00 each person.
. Bring your bathing suits and
camera.-Plan flies straight to
Pervenir. Ne walking. Trips ev every
ery every week end. Reservations
must be made at Hotel El Ph Ph-name
name Ph-name by 4:00 p.m. each Thurs-'
day. Day: Telephone "Jungle
Jim," Panama 3-1660. Night
telephone "Jungle Jim," Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-1326 or see "Jungle Jim,"
HOTEL EL PANAMA; Guided
by Jungle Jim.
than Mi me n d me n t could be
adopted.'-The amendment would
have te b ratified by the states
"I believe that the Constitution
now vests the power of determin determining'
ing' determining' Inability in the vice president;
and that the vice president could
not constitutionally be divested of
this power without; constitutional
WASHINGTON, April 2 (UP)
apital Airlines announced today
t will extend its low-cost, family
are plan to include flights on
Capital claimed that it is the
f rst air line to take such a step.
Under the plan, which many air
lines have in effect for other than
weekend travel, the head of a
amily pays a. full first-class, one
way fare while bis wife and any
children between the ages of 12
nd 22 pay only half fare,
Averages among the Cristobal
Gun club blundebus artists
continued to climb at their Mar.
27 exercises. William Brandl out
shining all with one perfect Trap
string and a 24, for 49 out of 50,
wmcn puts him well out in front
with a 98 average as the most
likely Gold Coast contender for
the regional championship to be
decided at the Canal Zone State
Shoot in May.
Pleasure all around was evinc evinced
ed evinced at the reward for impatient
persistence won by Frank Chol Chol-lar
lar Chol-lar by his first straight 25. in
Skeei, said pleasure perhaps be being
ing being based in some small part on
the round of beers traditionally
stood by th "ilrst straighter" to
all shooters present Chollar has
been too eager to make that ex expenditure
penditure expenditure for many months, and
it Is charitably hoped that he
might now settle down to some-)
uiur resemoung respeciaoie
The clay target aficionado
were pleased to welcome a "Tare
bird" visitor. 8gt F. W. Beebe,
for a registered AA shooter is a
man all shot-gun lovers admire
and see too infrequently. Set
Beebe, unluckily for us. will on only
ly only be on the local scene for a
couple of months, but during
that period spray-gun potnters
should benefit by association
with this veteran of numerous
championship "shoot-offs." Es Especially
pecially Especially gratifyinsj to watch
bis speed aatLstyle on the first
In addition to scores cited a a-bove:,,
bove:,, a-bove:,, .
TRAP IS yard)
R. C Casanova 34
Joel Cook 23
W. W. Rowland 22
J. C. Lastrnger 29
Walter Johnston .......... 2Q
Wn. SUnford 11
NOVEDADES ATHIS Beside
FOR SALE: Due te trip,"
; bargain. Dining room set, bed- 1
room set,, living room set, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, stove, heater, wait waiting
ing waiting machine, child's wardrobe,
? car. House 14 Apt. U-B ( Patio
Rochet 21-A street Panama. -
FOR SALE: Furnished four
unit beach resort. Will provide
buyer with beach heme plus
.income. Ideal for retirement.
$200.00 down and $50.00 month monthly
ly monthly to responsible party. Phone
SECOND HALF STANDINGS
Won Lost Pet.
L1O11 Clluri Acenrv
Hq&Hq 20th-lnf. v
i. si. ran JLiquiao ;
Blatz Brewers ...
Tasco Batteries ..
Tiiesrlav Anrll a- nlota, nrnw-
ers vs Hq. and Hq.' 20th Inf.? I
- -Wednesday, April 3 : Tasco
Batteries vs c."N. Pari Llquido.
Thursday, April 4: Lou alud
Agency vs Blatj Brew.ers: y
Friday,- April 5: Hq. and Hq.
20th infantry vs Tasco Batteries.
- 1 T . J
Blats Brewers Win Second To
Leave Cellar Position
Sgt. Thomas Blatz 'Brewers
gained a split decision two
irnmea lof. nrpelr .in th eifrl
second half race of the- Pacific
Softball League. Having defeat-
. Reolt Estate
ea i asco uauenes on naay
t.h : nrewere marlM on nnnri.
position 'for the first timei this,.
.TbJ JVelth the Tr;r. 'oi-
led th aiv-hft.
Tftseo Ratteriex? '' V V. ". i i-i
v Keitn -pitched enecuveiy by
allowing Tasco their first hit
onH :. run : in tn frttirfH rQ
, . '. W V ( V U W LMM.f
when the barrier was broken on
smiths singie then a, sacrifice
and Meshit.t. rnn-hnttjH-in sin
gle within the infield grounds,
n 1 IV. 11. . .
onuui, wita a periecc-aay Dn
two singles In two trips,' led the
batting Held, ,v : ; 0 ;
Score By Innings
000 100 12
024 000 x 6
C. N. Pan Liquido Edge Blats
Brewers In Thriller
Saturdav saw Cerveceria Na
clonal pan Liquido edge Blatz
Brewers in a thruier, 4-3 while
the morning sun blazed many in
' Ernie Camplse of Pan Liqui Liquido
do Liquido hurled sixteen outs before
Blats Rreopre rntyhr
singled over the -second base in
the sixth Inning. Camplse took
the wln for the' first half win winners,
ners, winners, giving up four hits, one in
the sixth and three In the
Slatz nlthr Rod Vaifi Kl.tu
up In the fourth to be hit for
four runs by Cerveceria.
Padron and Camplse were the
only players to collect two hits
The box score:
Sotomayor, 2b ..
Martin, cf .
Roach, lb ..
Lopez, rf ...
a e e a e
Slegel, c ....
o i 1
Keith, p ....
C N. Paa Uqufde
iTaht U ....
Cariin, as .
Lawyer, rf .
Cam pise, p
Kosik, 3b .
Bong lorn 1, c
24 4 8
Score By Innings
B" Brewers no no 3 1" 4
Pan Llquidd 000 400 X--4 8
Shorty Schexnayder ........ 13
Art Sutton (.410) ........... 21
The dub's next regular ses session
sion session will be at 4:30, Wednesday,
April 3. and the succeeding main
event will be the Ha yd en Memo
rial 50-Bird Skeet contest at
10:30. Sunday morning. April 7.
Ail shooters are welcome and
are urred to brine their women
and children, as club officials
contend that Leo can crpe wi'h
ll manner cf things sxi appe appe-f.a.
ea t. sco catienes on fjuxaj, welcome' speaxers and delegates who are arriving for Jhe See Seethe'
the' Seethe' Brewers made an upward4..ond .Inter-American -Medical -con vention; -which will -start at'
mov by vacatlonins the eellarf3 ?y the University of Panama tomorrow tYiarninr -. .-. 1
WANTED: Part time bi bilingual
lingual bilingual secretary and book bookkeeper.
keeper. bookkeeper. Must be familiar with
Panama Social Security pay
roll laws, and tax laws. ; Sub.
mif full qualifications in Eng.
lish with photo to P.T. Box
WANTED; Stenographer ex ex-.
. ex-. perienced competent. ; Shorts
. hand English Spanish. Good
speller. Columbia Pictures, Eu-v-eebio
Morales. , -.
WANTED: Salesman to sell
direct to' offices end homec;
must bring references. Apply
between 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. only
Tropicana, 4th of July Ave.
WELCOME DOCTORS Andrew Montea'th and iPapito'Her-!
aandea of Part American Airways put tip a sign at Tocumen to
NEW ORLEANS, April' 2 (UP)
btorms laced with, tornadoes
Mww, t ,vvu .n w,Huwv..uiau twister- wum: -tfre-'rooi
drove out of Texas into UixieJpackmgv company jptant at Nairn.
yesieraay, -leaving a- nope mat a
AtAn xtaum nM HrAiloht mflv Ka
seven year old drought may be
near an ena.
i vu.ai v. A .vT.a-'.a hum vm
3 neeted twister wer rnuntr-d Sun-
1 1 riav and vpstprda even in Texas.'
two each in Louisiana and Mis Mississippi:
sissippi: Mississippi: and One in., Alabama; No
tornado deaths were reported.;
TU. v iV teinot Aval In.
I A I1C WUI9L VA lUW iwiaivt a-
Jured Hour persons when it ripped
. 1 1 ... ..ll.H..iJ-Hti.1 n n
tion south of Mobile, Ala., early
yesterday. ; Tree i more persons
were hurt In other., tornadoes,, for a
totsl of seven.
. Ih f.vai hnna '." wore hiph -that
the state is entering a "wet cy
cle" after ? seven years ot crop crop-killing
killing crop-killing drought' ;
Rains over the weekend totalled
3 36 inches at Dallas, giving- the-
city a month s water supply. And
the forecsst '. for .' 'today was
more-of the same wonderful rain
across most of the state, to the
accompaniment of scattered thun-
derstorml and high winds.
Huge drifts from last week's
kllM.-.J UmA nti n.lli, .11 malt.
ed in- the Texas panhandle, soak-
ng me grouna wim more moisi-
tire. xEvea better, dust storms
n were missing from the panhandle
3 this year, for the first time since
0, : .. : -. '-.
1 1 Weather experts figured last
0 March at the second wettest in
1 Dallas ia 44 years snd April was
out wiia t more ox ue
4! The storms and- driving rain
(were far less welcome to the
A em ell twister rinrd down
Z two bouses and a bara at Ripley,
l'Miss., and injured three persons
v 1 in ute coastal pansa 01 raque-,
Additional Working Capital required for Expan Expan-'
' Expan-' sion of business with established reputation. In In-.
. In-. vestors will be given opportunity ef controlling;
disbursements. For Interview regarding possibil possibil-'
' possibil-' ities. Address Box 26 Curundu.
Sr S 1, ft
WANTED: Te' trade 1953
Harley. ?40 HV Motorcycle in
- good condition for good used
car. Phone Balboa 2704.
..WANTED: To buy' auto,
.mobile (1951-1953). .In .good
; mechanical condition. Call Tel.
'mines in LduisiiaMe Annttiar T nil.
isiana twister took the- roof off
. flMervaa 4wu-
' ., -; .-y ... r c:
I 11fMyla n-l i. M !l
""' uyi.vu u miles per nour
raked Columhus n Th... ......
, 1 uv,c.
no inluries hut tha his.t
postponement of ceremonies for
Korean Minister of National De-
fense Kim Young Wod; who was
tDunng nearby Fort Benning.
Off Pnri CmI..- t 'f. .
boat" rV.,T "J t "Peea
r. $ng. bwrge. 1B the Etorm-tossed
fc ine 8Deed boat
didthe Job, after high winds pre prevented
vented prevented a. helicopter rescue.
UNITED STATE8 OF AMERICA
Jhiilea SUtee Ohtrlet Court For
: Tae Dtotriel ef The C. tin,
uTo. tort iJ?... XZH
Sr,!? Un- avil Oock SI. Action
To Ub ibore-rwmed dfw,ilant:,t
cunipwini nice in uie
h "UJed action within ninety dye
-v w- 11m puoncaiion.
o your failure to ao eppeur
end BnaerM- lidMnt 1 i
against you by default for the relief
demanded in tne complaint. i
Wttneaa the.. Honorable Guthrie I
Crowe, Judae. Unitee Sletes Dttri4
Court for the DMri r.1 k. r-.n.i t
thla April. 1. 1957. .T",
' i. Clerk. -v.
v By Sara de U Pens
To Arm Marie D. Heed ', 1
' Th f m iml., m . 4
an van h m,HliM.tbM n. . .v.
onftr of the Honorable CuthHa S.
Crowe, Judee. United Stte Dt-trtpt
Court for she Dittrfc et the Canal Zone,
dated March IS57, end entered and
filed In thia actkm In the office of tho
Clerk of aaid United SUtea Diitrlct
Court fm th Dlrisiaa of Balboa, ea
Merck Zf. i57.
. -: C. T. McCenalck, St. f
v, i Clerk -
' r Chief Deputy Clerk. t
t -. t
TUESDAY, APRTX 1957
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DISCUSS "ACTION ON BECK William Schnitzler, secretary secretary-nreasuref,
nreasuref, secretary-nreasuref, George Meany. president and Walter Reuther. presi-,
-dent of the United Auto Workers (left to right), are shown in,
"Washington as the AFL-CIO Executive Council met -to decide
Mvhat to flo with Teamsters president Dave Beck. The Council
tfcotid unanimously to suspend Beck as .a vice president of the
Federation,, and ordered him to stand trial ,on May 20 on on-St
St on-St charges of brlnginK disrepute to the labor movement.
PORTLAND MAtOR INDICTED Mayor Terry Schrurik Ccen-t
ter) of Portland, Ore., is shown as bail bondsman Joe Levy
uosts $2,000 bail for him In Portland. Standing at left -w
Capt. Howard Kellv of the Bheriff'i office;, to whom Schrunlc
surrendered after being indicted on charges of perjury fand
accepting a bribe. Several witnesses before the U.S. Senate
Labor Rackets Committer recently testified that Schrunk,
received a $500 bribe from an afterrhours night clpb operator.
Schrunk denied the charge.
Brass Bounces Beck' s
$1 Million Truth Fund'
WASHINGTON, April 2 (UP) The Teamsters Union executive board has over--whelmingly
turned down Teamster president Pave Beck's proposed $1 million "truth"
rarppaign, the Washington Post and Times Herald said today. ,
The newspaper said only Beck and his executive assistant vice president Einar
5Mohhf voted for the plan at a secret all-day and evening meeting yesterday at the un un-loVs
loVs un-loVs multi-million dollar national headquarters here.
a Senate Labor
otin F. English, the newspaper
laid. : r
2 Beck announcad tha publicity
Campaign Urt wak n SaaHIa
Ua tall tha public and tha na na-iJan'f
iJan'f na-iJan'f U00.000 Tamatar tha
trwth" abaut Sanata charjai
fhat ha teak $322,000 In union
Hiatli for Ms personal u$a. H
-4 tha axaeutiva beard approv approved
ed approved tha money. for tha campaign
in "telephone poll.";
''English immediately challenged
. him. 1 1
He said hei knew of no approval
. tbr the-publicity campaign and
would oppose the plan as long as
he held ouice.
' A -group of senators and labor
IparWn meanwhile agreed that
Congress will have to act to wipe
tut abuses in laoor unu u we
unions fail to clean house them themselves.
selves. themselves. f
They empHasired particularly
thai union pension and welfare
funds should be "completely pro protected"
tected" protected" and their administration
made a matter of public record.
The senators and union leaders
gave their views in separate copy copyrighted
righted copyrighted interviews In "U.S. News
. and World Report", a weekly
' i I
' The Senate Labor Rackets Com Committee
mittee Committee currently is investigating
charges that Beck and other of officials
ficials officials misused funds of the giant
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(!,. n!n Ir.nnru Tn tllin hPItlP immitiee in 12130 aUU 130 lltat
j k.i... k niimmmiM isct Tpcnmmended legislation to en
week. Beck took refuge in the able the government to rtde herd
A reliable source reported that.Beck took more than $322,000 from chairman of
toe revolt against Beck was led
y Teamster secreiary-ireasuver
Ffth Amendments protection
against possible self-incrimination
and refused to testify about his
Committee Chairman Jhn Mc Mc-Clellan
Clellan Mc-Clellan (D-Ark) warned yesterday
that Beck faced possible federal
and state criminal prosecution for
Both McClellan and Sen. Irving
M.' Ives (R-NY), committee vice vice-chairman,
chairman, vice-chairman, r participated in the
news magazine interviews. They
agreed the committee cannot com complete
plete complete Hs investigation this year.
Ives said the inquiry "very likely-"
will run through most of next
McClellan indicated that he be be-lives
lives be-lives special legislation should be
enacted to safeguard union wel welfare
fare welfare funds.
"Certainly the welfare funds of
unions should be completely pro protected
tected protected just as would be the funds
of depositors in a bank or in an
insurance company or in a trust
company," he said, "tney snouia
be completely protected.
He added that if a labor union
fails to hold "a free honest elec
tion, then the government may
have to step into that area and
enact such legislation necessary to
on union welfare funds.
Sen. Paul H. Douglas (D ill),
who headed the labor subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee in the last Congress, said his
group "discovered a sufficient
number of abuses so that we felt
that disclosure of the essential
facts about the employe and wel welfare
fare welfare and .pensions funds was high
"fe ; Otijajtlont"
AFL-CIO Vice President Walter
P. Reuther, president of tne
United Auto Workers, said it is
primarily the duty of the labor
Ives agreed that unions "should unions themselves to meet me
have to have elections periodical-problem oi racketeering aqa
thatly." He also noted that he was I corruption.
Jacob S; Potofsky, -president of
th AFV.-niO Amalgamated uotn
ing Workers said he has "no ob ob-ieetion"
ieetion" ob-ieetion" to eovernment rulei and
regulations to govern union funds,
"I've been for control of wel welfare
fare welfare funds oarticularly." he said.
"There ought to be regulations
since there have been abuses.
AFL-CIO Vice President J a mes
B. Carey, who also is president
of the International Union Of
Electrical Workers agreed with
McClellan about the need for
eliminating undemocratic prac practices
tices practices within labor unions.
"If the unions don't correct
theni," he said, "then the govern government
ment government will have to take action in
order to accomplish the demo democratic
cratic democratic purposes of the union."
PANAIVIA, R. TUESDAY, APRIL Z, 1957
For US Dead
f the nation's ler.
xecutives today that achieving
odd peace is "far more impor impor-ant"
ant" impor-ant" than a tax cut. f
Mr.. Eisenhower, speka Infer
milly before tha 13th Washing Washington
ton Washington Cenforanca ef tha Advertis Advertising
ing Advertising Council, 1 a group of top, cor
poration executives -drawn to together
gether together early in World War. II to
teal tha story of the American
Industrial; and' business effort.
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So far there has-been no officia m,.h m,,.! ..,, ho to
offer to pay families of the trio t .es the pr0Diem of federal
Put Iran has indicated one will bt ,Venue takes second 5 place be be-jorthcommg.
jorthcommg. be-jorthcommg. i v ; h id the "over-rldinc obiective' for
American officials in Iran whi ., '
jeceived I the informal ; offer havt Via "the long run the world must
passed the matter on to superion j, peace or well will "ome
lere aim asneu lur auviCH un now lnR that nnint whr u."
WASHINGTON,' AprU 2 (UP)
Iran has informally suggested- it
would be willing to pay an indem indemnity
nity indemnity for the deaths of 'there A--mericans
slain- by-an Iranian ban bandit
dit bandit gang, informed, sources said
Ike ) Tills j Nation's Business Executives
World Peace More Vital then J ax Cut
to handle the delicate question.
The United States undoubtedly
would accept such an offer, even
bough it does not hold the Ira Ira-I
I Ira-I an government in any" way re re-oonsible
oonsible re-oonsible for the killings. The
loney would go to the families of
the slam Americans. :
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GOES TO COURT James
Hoffa, helr-apa,renti' to Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters president. Dave Beck., is
showa arriving at Dlstricb
Court in. Washington where
he i pleaded nob,,gfullty:;tO'
ctutrges of u trying to bribe a
Senate' Labor -Rackets Com Committee
mittee Committee investigator, trial : was
;set for May 2T.' v
Texas Vofe Today
say that we will perish, the
He urged members ; of t.h a
council ta examine closely tha
facts, of hit fiscal 1951 budget.:
He admitted that these were
2 (UP) jp-L yond which this governme,"
Id a group .uld not go. ', t
i business, Mr Eisenhbwer, In his lm-
impromptu remarks joined wilh
his audianca in. aavocatlng 1 low
er federal spending:, tut ha
painted out that basic programs
ef his administration had ta; be
His prime example was federal
artjeipation n school construc construction
tion construction which,' he said, suffers from
'years of neglect."
He said there was one theory
that "the f e d e r a 1 government
hould keep its fingers out 'of the
chools.'V but vthe f fact remaineci
"'fit the 5 federal government
uld assist the states in pickm?
I the slack from World War II
democracy is to be vital.'
On CI To Confer
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130 CZ Employes
Lauded For Work
On Insurance Plan
"members- of the .firm of
nderiln ifi a d 1 'r-
f onal firm of public account account-I
I account-I i,varnved :,h Saturday (from.
Lhica'go; and will be on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus for one week.v ri
; i 1
, The lirm- has been 'retained by j
1'e, Panama Canal Co. on a con-
f iltant basis-. -Its two i represents
livea.Denald Erickson and Robert
i Jones, will confer' with the
mptrdller on various problems
7' the": fields of rates and ac-
"... .'vntinrti eiiifawla ,- w t
making the grou :.Thi ;i- th -nnn m -th.f'th'1'
Letters of commendation f oi
4 r i.i il -j
Eisenhower said that in tteimv This 1 the second time that the
ican approach to other na- -L-,a"c p,n Z." Jl Co. has used the services
w '.' i i .. it. . .ii' m uu viiiuiu.rca au -. vuiaianun m s At Mu r:
Th. trio uh -hv t,nH,t. i; thf J ? r? i-une?. 01 ianei i ccess were sent -yesterday t
emote Baluchistan area of south-
ast Iran were Mr and Mrs. JKe-
m carrou ot issaquan, wasn.,
nd Brewster Wilson of Portland,
re. Carroll and Wilson were
lembers of the U.S. Foreign Aid
Iission to Iran. i
urAuthorities here believe the
audits killed the three Amricans
ecause they were mistaken for
embers of the Iranian state po-
ce. Bandits of the area hate the
olice and assault them at
.llne'44-vea-oldflm.. Six vears
i D it rendered consultation servic-
The President said it
A AA i : t. j .. w ir '
ti Z:rJZ?Zr.tJr;uZ !. connection with the. reorea-:
'startlihg" to hear from countries or divWon 77 tl0D to; corporate basis. :
round the Soviet perimeter that , SncksonV a certified pubhc ac
he United States was "A war- Th. ' hv Rrth has been partner in
longer, a provocative institution." v.. .Z.. aZ u 1 e urmsince; is ana partner m
' HH oMoH thot h. TTr.it. J C. ' !-' ',
noma aetermine in its relation:
nh other ; governments a pout
y v wVrh... ..o,jt a ti,. 1 8 urm Sinc "no Parmer m
s I hIh,rB s5.f nr o, ch,cl, since,
jup health insurance Board)
i lich 'is managing the health in- t t, ;
I -ance program. v I' '
Slate Dept. Denies:
In the letters to the
port ; of ; an -American newsman
; who, visited Communist China de-
' AMMAN. Jordan. Aoril 2 fUP) siite U. ,S. restnctions on: travel
A political crisis r:ked Jordan a that country
today. Reuabie sources reported
j entatives, Van Wagner passed on
; t i message received from Gov.
PotteY -which said, in part:
"It is with pleasure that, I com-
,; arena you, tne members, of the
t ard and "the insurance represen-
h 't tives in the field for a Job well
1 if .p The closing tabulation of erlgln-
I. W nave joined tne -group
'""'"J iwuox. r- -.. elth tniniranp nlan -.
' Much credit'!' due ybufor this
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a lone iteDUDlican facad.a hnrri.
of 18 Democrats today in a Texas
special election that could twins
me precarious oaiance of : power
in un vuuea &iaies :enaie.r.v ;
A total of 20 candldatai anuvhl
IhA.iu.t ... : .X.
If bad. weather prevails todav.
a vote as slim as 600,000 may de
cree wneuier itepuDUcans or Dem
ocrats, run tne Senate. .The win
ner will fill the position held bv
interim appointee William Blakley
of Dallas. Blakley filled in for
Price Daniel, who became Gover
nor in January. There v are x 21
months remauung m the term.
At present,1- Democrats fill 49
seats In the Senate. If a Republl"
can wins today, it will even the
balance at 48-iS and etve Vice
President Richard H.- Nixon the
tie-breaking vote, y
Robert Johnson, general manag manager
er manager of the Texas Election .Board,
hoped for about 800,000, less than
half the eligible voters in Texas
to goto the polls between I a.m.
and I p.m. today. .'
The department, in a letter to
William Worthy, a reporter for
the Baltimore Afro American,
said recent statements he had
made gave' "reason to' believe
that you will not abide by geo
graphical limitations which
might be placed on any new pass
Worthy told the Senate subcom
mittee on Constitutional Rights
However, the turnout may
cut by thunderstorms, which
predicted for most of tha state to
Premier Suliman al Nabulsi and
his cabinet planned to present
their resignations to young King
The sources said the crisis in involved
volved involved the King, but there were
(Cairo radio- said there was a
quarrel over the fact that Hussein
sent his chief advisor, Heihan Tal Tal-bouni.
bouni. Tal-bouni. to Cairo yesterday The ad
visor was believed carrying pro- j,st week he wanted his passport
posais dj nussem iur auuuicr unewea ana "l want it now
summit conference with the chiefs He told the group that the State
of Syria, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. 'Department had put pressure on
ine raaio saia i n a caomci mg editor to order mm Home
agreed ( that Nabulsi snouia orier Stevens' passport has.Jeen
us resignauon in proiesi agamsi tamped valid only for return di
the mission.) TcUy to the United States when
Nabulsi's reeime guided Jordan leave Moscnw th state n.
tlrouh its negotiations with Brit- partment said.: Harrington's pass-
ain wnicn caaceieu uic io wur-i ort nas expired.
dan BtlUsh mutual aid and de- m its letter to; Worthy, the de-
lense pact. Itartment said be is entitled to
The canceilauon ciosea urmsn nresent anv. "relevant inform a.
bases in Jordan and ended a 33tjon" before the tentative reiec-
peaking for the
in Texas, and thunderstorms
quentiy herald twisters, r ;.
-Johnson estimated the
vote in Texas at 1,980,836.
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I day, and snow In the upper pan
handle. It is the tornado- season
million dollar British subsidy to
tha Middle East state.
Saudi Arabia, Syria and Egypt
were believed replacing the annu annual
al annual subsidy lost by the annulment
of the treaty.
(In Beirut, Lebanon, Mideast
radio dispatches said Nabulsi's
anti Western cabinet broke with
the King because he failed to con
sult it on sending an emissary to
Cairo.) i -'
Hussein himself is staunchly
anti-Communist. He ordered Sovi
et propaganda barred from Jor Jordan
dan Jordan earlier this year and this or-
aer was believed to have caused
f iction -between the King and
some government leaders. t ..
Under Nabulsi, Jordan swung
close to Egypt and Syria, after its
break with Britain.
eligible) The Israeli radio has accused
. Tlabulsi of being "pro-Soviet).
tion becomes final
Worthy also has the risht to ap
peal to the Board of Passport Ap
peals if the department decision
remains adverse. As a final move
he can take the matter to court.
Worthy has indicated he will 'go
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Final Crown Witness Says Accused
Doctor Hastened Death Of Patient
LONDON. April 2 (UP) The
Crown s last witness m the mur murder
der murder trial of Dr. John Bodkin Ad
ams testified today that the small
town doctor was not Justified in
treating a wealthy widow with
drugs that shortened her life.
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THURSDAY i zD
.The Crown asked Dr. Michael
Ashbv m ttr E tn nv or f us sia
specifically about this point be because
cause because of strong indications by the
defense yesterday that the 38-year-
old bachelor would claim he; was!
only trying to. "ease the- passing"
of a' very old v. and very restless
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Dr. Ashby, the 19th witness,' was
asked to examine the case rec records
ords records of lie treatment of Mrs. E E-dith
dith E-dith Alice Morrell, U who died ia
her mansion in Eastbourne Nov.
13, I960, for the last week ea her
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He painted aut that Dr.' Ad Adams
ams Adams withdraw fcarbitwrate drvss
ao Nry. -1 "which nltll ha
placed areata reliance en the
mar denaereut apiatas.
He regarded as the moat signifi
cant entry from the Crown's point
of vieW an instruction by Dr. Ad
ams to nurses Nov.- 10 ta Inject!
heroin hourly if necessary. ,-
Ha said thar at this ooinf there
was a- na evidence that Mrs. Mor
rell was short Of sleep or that
she was a dying" woman.
The day before Mrs. Morrell
died, he pointed aut, Dr. Adams
ordered an injection of heroin e e-ven
ven e-ven though Mrs. MorreL' appeared
to be quiet and not in aced of C J
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