The Panama American

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

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

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J2nd TEAR
" j PANAMA, R. P THURSDAY, APRIL 1,1957 r

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Service tenter Shoplifting Highlighted As..;

Mother Hi

Under Son s

.Theft of cologn by a mother who hid the stolen goods
under her tittle boy's shirt has highlighted" a recurring
shoplifting problem' at, Balboa Service Center; 1 t :
Anbtu a month aeo, a woman escaped after flagrant

theft of several bottles of vitamin pills. Two students have

recently been caught stealing printed matter, ,
r Pilfering is costing the service center several hundred

dollars a monm.

.AfWr Mrs. Judith de Alvared.he went by 'J

o Panamanian. naa uienucu
Vrnilt.v in
court ioday to petit larceny
. t?,. mhn v nemlntf- remarK-
" ed that he was inclined to send
her to jail because she had usea
" a child to commit the crime.
;. in the end, however, MrsAi-
i !.. ma flnftrt 425. ' 1
About 8 p.m., yesterday a
woman customer m inc
service encl6wre at Balboa Sery
rAnt.Ar nhsprved Mrs. Aivar
tz sUshing bottles ol cologne a-
way m a newspapei.
Watching; to see what would
v' happen, the customer saw tne
X mother take her little son a a-.
. a-. round behind a sbowease, W
. the child's shirt and tfcfj
stuff inr coloina bottles tote
, his trousers. ?
mi., i.., .Mif nhnnt SIX., OD-
ejected, but the mother crammed
; band and his skin,' His belt kept
them from falling ;.''
Then she dropped : the child s
1 shirt and "shooed," him out of
the enclosure,
Meanwhile the customer' had
' tipped off an- employe who was
waiting for Mrs. Alvares when
USCA Gosrd Mcels
Ti:::; Lcl:i!;:::a
f vA diacussion or "f 1
formaUon on me
ty legislation actually introduced
In Congress thla session will be
. one of the topics on the anda
of the UATatteeiia.Aiioclatloiij
7 Board Of Director! i meeting Sun- (
' a ftrnnon at 4 to be held in
- the Dlaoio service veuwi.
Other matters t04be discussed
. v 1.x. fiv 1nplud trie
- forthcoming USCA membership
campaign and future elections
':-v. h.irt fnr deleeates and of-
1 Board members 'are erpetted
.tt.n In- nrdr to vote Oil
tecommendatlons. A Item ate
f board memDers ares aso
to be present to assure a auo auo-rum.
rum. auo-rum. "" 1 ':''
t rmiv'Hnembers of the board
anlll Viav s vnlrw RTld Tot On the
floor, however, the meeting is
. open- to- all "USCA members
r Admission willjae by member
hlp card only- 4 t r
bropi Penis Jn; 7
Police J
Sifualioii Saved
Benito Herrera; 17. Panama-
Wan. who was let off with a sus suspended
pended suspended sentence on Monday for
.having trespassed In an Albrook
AFB storage area, was ciukm
thr n train thL morning.
Herrera was accompanied by
al friend. Julio Cubilie. S3, a Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian mason.- v -.
. HusUed before the police ser sergeant
geant sergeant at Balboa by Albrook MP
officers. Cublllo decided to'help
matters along when law enrorce
, ment authorities- started to

, search him J
Right in front of the desk, he
dropped his pants, an old brown
razeed pair. -
1 Police snd vlsitora' rasped for
Si moment: but under the brown
pants. Cubillo had another pair
vellow and much newer look look-in".
in". look-in".
It was reported the men had
a sack with them when caueht
In the "No Trespassing" area;
and it vu fuRoected they mleht
jve been looking lor scrap me-
Tf9 other treroaxers hsve
len arrested there this week.
The area Is about a mile and
. s half from the Panama-Canal
: Zone boundary t
Pntirnt HrSr.tor
Spells It Out
WATFORD, EniltnJ. Aprils
(lTP) A 40-year-old doctor sigh
d resignedly here torttT when po
lice, investigatirt a traffic nola nola-ion
ion nola-ion charge, i'ked him to spell

bii' iu!"wiw. ...
Pt. NnB.vtkktriEHeJim(Jfri
irhrfcrhh.-f Dm Julinii di ivl
Wviara Tsuetnij aarad,

desScent

Shirt

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wwiiuuK j"
"What did you take?" the em
ploye asked her.
When the woman, answered:
"Nothing," the emaloye asked to
see what i the, child had under
his shirt. 1
Mother and son were taken to
the manager's office and a po policeman,
liceman, policeman, was called. 5
After, two bottles of .Bond
Street cologne valued at $1.0
each had beain removed from
the child's belt,, the policeman
asked the mother: ,v
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' What.else did you take?"
r As he did so, be discovered.
' another bottle of the same co co-logne
logne co-logne brand In : the . child's
pocket.
Yesterdav's' incident recalled
to several people an Incident of
about a month ago wnen a maie
customer observed a woman- he
described ?as y"a dark-skinned
Latin" "secreting bottles of vita vitamin'
min' vitamin' pills under -J, her 'clothing
while she walked around In the
self-service section. -) ; s.-
: Be also reported the Incident,
but not rapidly enourh. When
employes checked, they found
the vitamin pills missing, .but
the woman.. also.. ,rf;
List week afa Sth-grade1 school
boy was caught stealing books in
the self-service aection. . i s
Within .... the past month, -a
gh-school bof had beeffnaD,
bed i wtta cotnicj-bocsVi alipoed,
Both- boys? were handled aa
nolice cases Parents were 'sum
moned to the police station' and
the miscreants were warned.
But no criminal charges .were
filed ': w -.-s'.".'
A service center of ficlal eon-'
firmed today that during,
some months their loss by pil pilfering
fering pilfering either customer ,mr
emnloTe runs as hirh. as'
eyeral hundred dollars .at the
Balboa center atone. V
To cut down oh'this' and
also to avoid nooo-hour conges congestion
tion congestion students are no longer
permitted In the self-service sec-J
tlon during. thenoon nour. r ;
Those 1 wishing' to t buy some something
thing something can tell their needs to a
clerk who wilf go for the mer-
chandise. ; -v -. i f
Flunkornefer
GOSHEN'-CrrYnnd.V AprD-4 '-
(UP) v Cr Judge Philip Baker
ruled today, a. druakometer. teft
could not be" used tis evidence in
the trial of man charged with

sary for the tasks assuring maxj-i
PRESIDENTIAL CONGRATULATIONS President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. offers his coo-,, mum survival under these circum circum-rratuisUons
rratuisUons circum-rratuisUons to thews r,oor.;i;ble for the piannirg and execution of the Second Intermer- stances.. -
ican Medical CcrvfrU-m, which Is In its second day at the Universltv of Panama. From He msde were
ift tn ncht Dr. W.jitcT. Biv. creancer of the convention: President de la Guardia. irst Aid eewrtes to be el te
rr. Tvioru Arias, rf tv er'Ttsir-rent ccrsrr!t?ee, and Cel. Chsrleg O. Brure. president of lT poeple and for these
tse oonGnnc rir..i'..on tr.e y.t-CcM iAMuUv t tie JjUuniaa Cacsi Zona. eearses te be aept elele. He

' THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

,THE EXISTENCE of a Negro
by the' name of William Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, who is, said to be Involved
in the 1955 assasinatkm of pres president
ident president Remon, wag refuted today
by Gaspar Bilo ; Mendez, who
from time to time has come up
with 'sensational" unsubstan unsubstantiated
tiated unsubstantiated revelations regarding, the
killing of the late president.
Mendez told La Hora that'
neither the Negro, William
; Campbell,) Adolfo Hans nor
. Ned Lipstein 7 exist as main maintained
tained maintained by attorney Nicolas C
, Peres. i ;
He said the Negro William
Campbell was created in the
imagination of a white Ameri American
can American professor with the. same
name to divert suspicion from
himself in connection with the
assassination. ,
p it y .v 'J
: Mendez said no Negro William
Campbell has come to Latin
America from the United
States in the lass 3U years, add
ing that the William Campbell
implicated in the assassination
is white and came to Panama
last January and hired an auto automobile
mobile automobile from Colon Motors, later
leaving the country because he
had been expelled from Panama
by president Remon (during his
lifetime) at the request of Arch-
bishoD Francis Beckman and
the now Bishop .Tomas ClaveL
' Mendes also described the
white Campbell as the leader
of band of Communists add a
noted psychologist who served
with the U.S. Army during the
last war as a consultant on
psychological warfare.
A f ront'-oaee ? column echo
ing public opinion regarding the
new house and street numbering
system was started, yesterday by
El Panama-America.
The column' carried comments
by a collector of the i Kodak
firm, a taxi driver, the manag manager
er manager of th-'Panama Golf Club and
the manager of a furniture lac-
-' The rollec'to-irsaid tt'.waJf "dif
ficult, to collect bills or deliver
roods -under the new. system,
because he had the double task
of looking up aid addresses and
matching toem up wun ax new,
The taxi driver said he Isv
farced to waste time and r as 4
L oline te find an. address nd.
sometimes wma up not ima imaging
ging imaging it. . -J, -5
v. The furniture factory mana manager
ger manager said the new svstem had dis
rupted- his correspondence 1 and
collection departments. I The
3 'stem was compared to a pus pus-e
e pus-e by the golf club manager.
Mayor Jose A. caiar Escaia
and Panama. City, theater
' owners have reached an agree agreement
ment agreement to set Aside a special
portion of each, theater i for
persons who smoke cigarettes
and cigars, with a view to lat later,
er, later, banning smoking in tbea-
jters altogether. ; I
1 4hV Panama ''Toreign cVfice
told El Dia today that the, late
Nicaraguan President GenAn GenAn-astasio
astasio GenAn-astasio Somoza?owes Panama
onlv 12.242.6? in Property taxes
instead of 3600 as reported yes
terday,
h
7

H fl ft n TFtirki ;S n n vT7 0) '.&'rzi

Tries to .Persuade!
r -c-' H Nasser to Soften

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1 t t." 1. k.. ..... . .1 .w-MmT- I MMmL

I Wt'ill .... I :,r ? - .

pkthants for the title of Miss Fort Clayton" in the beauty contest held as part of the Clay Clay-flrBtayMB
flrBtayMB Clay-flrBtayMB their charms beside the Clay ton, pool. They are
MyStSUk Williams. Gaye Mayple, .(the winner itoig
and Cynthia Orr, :

Better Housing Facilities
Mean Higher Rents-Potter
Improvements in .Can7

inornuKd rentals, a rroup of non

"'AT ST monihYy- town meeting held Uainbow City, the
Governor explained that the Canal company was losing 172,000
this year on what 'he called -wage housing."
'""J.,..!? th nroblem df-rents was one which has

Pointing out tnat tne P'
bothered him consistent, rv
h. Rndret has provwea a
dement, must be recovered
. 1 :
The .situation was airea
. .AAMnnuX rental of at
M
'
.
.
-
-

- U ua civuens y
- - .""J BaMn of
mv- -r-A, -n houslnt
" T
througtr rents. H
loo of- 7S wnM a ween.
. m Uon of the
cnmmiinitv-tollets in the two
Rainbow City houses would re
, (CONTINUED UN riUfiwi

Medical ChlMTells Convention Biggest

tri1 Event Of 'Atom Blast Would Be Decomposing Bodies

' If an atomic blast were to hit
. Panama 'the problem' of decompos-
ing bodies would almost lnevm-
bly lead to disease which, in turn
would greatly reduce the number
oi survivor, iu ""-K"
Schaeffer, Chief of the Atomic R.
search Center, at a symposium on
Mass Casualty Management held
at the University of Panama this
morning on the second day of the
Second Inter American Medical

..Convention. k ;
. Althowflh Cel.. Sha offer mpht
sited that hit concern would be
with treating. survivors In
such en event, he pointed out
- the public health menace that
the dead always creete In sach
- catastrephe. Shaeffer referred
te such precedents at HireshW
ma and Nagasaki end te lessons
' learned frem such freaks of na nature
ture nature ea eertheuakes, fires and
" fleols. '
- He told the doctors who made
. up the audience that 'they must
plan to save lives in the event of
aa emergency, without hospitals,
supplies,, heat, power, light, dress dress-'
' dress-' ings and with the added hazard of
i. contaminated water.
' Lambasting the "prima donnas"
of the medical profession, Cel.
' Shaeaffer expressed doubts that
they would be found equal -to the
. leadership and team work neces-

Gen. Lemay Named
AF Vice Chief 1
To-Succeed White ;
., r. :
WASHINGTON, April 4 (UP)-Gen.-;
Curtis E. Lemsy, head of
the Strategic Air Command today
was named Vice-Chief of Staff of
the U. S.,Air Force to succeed
Gen. Thomas D. White.
' White will become Chief of the
Air Force next June 30, succeeding
Gn. Nathan F. Twining, who be

comes chairman 01 me joint
Chiefs of Staff.
Lemay has been chief of the!
Long-Range Atomic Bombing
force since October, 1948.
also asked that the decters help
take atomic casualties such t
body irradiation out ef t h e
"whispering era," polntjne out
that -cancer and tuberculosis
have only received their full
" share of medical, research since
they have been removed from
that bracket.
Another sneaker for the Conven
tion Dr. Joseph Kelso spoke to an
audience of 265, people at toe Mar
garita Service Center last night.
Dr. Kelso professor of gynecology
at the University of Oklahoma
School of Medicine spoke tra can
eer of the genital organs. He was
bombarded with Questions from
the audience at the conclusion of
his talk.
Dr. Kelso was introduced to the
group by B.L Everson represent'!
ing the Amencan Cancer society
of the Atlantic Side. He was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by DrM. J. Strumpf,
chief of the Ob-Gyn Service at
Gorgas Hospital. .
Dr. Irving J. Selikoff spoke to
the c enersl public through the me
dium of CFN-TV last night on the
subject of .tuberculosis. He was
introduced by Daniel X Paoliteoi
personnel program coordinator of
tne Panama Canal Co.
Selikoff said that $ out ef 1M
tuberculosis victims ere now be being
ing being cared by the so-called "won "wonder"
der" "wonder" drues. He also upset a po popular
pular popular belief Mf marry persons 1
that tuberculosis patients wwst
be bespits Hied in e high, dry
climate when-stricken with the
d itix. The dcter said that
with the vse ef prosea 4f

Proposed terms

CAIRO, April 4 (UP) Diplomatic sources said a
flurry of last minute negotiations between the United
States and Egypt may delay publication of the "Nasser;
Plan" for operating the Suez Canal, originally schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for today. : r
Washington was making urgent contacts with Cairo
to try to mitigate the final plan drawn up by President
Gamal Abdel Nasser but the Egyptian press indicated
Nasser would stand pat.
U.S. ambassador Raymond Hare called on Nasser
last night in a quick followup to his meeting in the after
noon with foreign minister Mahmoud Fpwzi.

uairo newspapers launched a
hostile campaign against the six
principles adopted bv the UJf
Security Council on operation of
the canal and which the United
States is seeking to get Nasser
to adppt. t
The newspapers said the six
principles were killed by the An
glo-French invasion of Egypt.
Observers said the consistency
of the campaign indicated unfa
vorable government reception of
the American moves.

"'The' stx-;trmcloles -1nffeTfAtlciyWere r ent

ireeaom oi navigation nnaer an
1888 convention and divorcinr of
canal operation from Egypt's do
mestic pontics.
Egypt was opposed to the lat latter
ter latter because that would ooen the
canal to Israeli shipping.
US Army Corporal
With Navy Service
Trains As Marine
PARRIS ISLAND, S C. (UP)
A young man who won the Silver
Star while In the Army and also
put in a nitcn of naval service,
was graduated. from "boot camo"
Tuesday at the Marine Corps re recruit
cruit recruit depot here.
Pvt. Floyd E. Stureil of Hieh-
lands, N.J., enlisted in the Ma Marines
rines Marines in January, for four years,
following a three-year Army tour
and four years in the Navy.
While he was in the Army in
1951. as a corporal. Stureil'a tank
came under heavy enemy fire in
Korea and burst into flames. 2tur-
gill evacuated two men from the
flaming tank without regard for
his personal safety. He was dec decorated
orated decorated with the Silver Star.
Sturgil is scheduled to be trans transferred
ferred transferred to Camp Lejeune N.C., for
combat infantry training.
DOCTORS BLASTED CoL
Joseph Schaeffer. Chief of
the Atomic Research Center
at the Pentagon chides doc doctors
tors doctors for their lack oi leader leadership
ship leadership and teamwork iu prepar preparing
ing preparing adequate training pro pro-tram
tram pro-tram to cope with mass
casual ties from atomic attack.'
drugs, a patient mey remain im
his own community oven fct his
own heme while the cure la bc bc-ine
ine bc-ine effected, if the disease Is net
centaeieus.
He- said that the' resident of

r

Soldier, Companion

Injured As Auto
Goes Olf Highway
A Fort Gulick soldier and his
woman companion, were injured
early this morning when the car
off the Boyd-Roosevelt highway
Sic. Adolfo Sierra O.. of the
U.S. Army Caribbean School and
Miss Margarita Pinto.. Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, were both in the hospital,
today, but neither, were consid considered
ered considered in serious condition. .
The accident occurred at 1
a.m. about one mile south of the
National Guard checkpoint of
Sabanlta when Sierra apparent
ly went to sleep. Both were tak taken
en taken to the Amador Guerrero Hos Hospital
pital Hospital In Colon for treatment.
Sierra was later transferred to
Coco Solo Hospital where he la
hospitalized with a fractured
pelvis. Miss Pinto Is in Amador
Guerrero Hospital with a frac
tured hip. ,, :-
Extras
CHICAGO. April 4 fUP)
Charles Adams has fallen victim
to the extra equipment on cars at

the auto agency where he works.
Adams rides to work on a bicy
cle equipped with a radio, three
bells, rear view mirrors, speed- -ometer,
saddle bags, flags, fox
tails, sunvisor, canopy with green
fringe and a 150-pound buggy at attachment.
tachment. attachment. 1 :

RP Menace
Central American are no more
prone to contact tuberculosis thaa
the residents of an Arctic country.
He said that the X-ray is the
only sure way of detecting tuber-cole-sis
and advocated an X-ray
for everyone at regular intervals
Tomato et 7 p-m. Dr. William
Rienheff, prefeeeer ef suroery at
Johns Hopkins IMversity will
spak ea cancer ef the tone. He
will be introduced by Paul Mi
RunnestrarH, executive secretaf
ry ef the Panama Canal Ce.
Tomorrow nijtii, the series will
conclude with the appearance ea
CFN-TV by Dr. R. B. TurnbilL of
the department ef surgery st the
Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Turnbill wwi
talk on "Post Operative. Infec Infections."
tions." Infections." He will be introduced by
Henry Donovan, chrO affairs .direc .director
tor .director of the Canal Zone. j
Most Happy Fella
LONDON, April 4 (UP) The
Duke of Edinburgh told a lecture
auience today be had learned
during bis South Pacific Sj'jt that
the pidgin English phrsse describ describing
ing describing him was: "Fellow beloa
airs. jtieea.!t ( 4
r: Fly Whet! ;
MOUNT CLEMENS," ch. April
4 (UP Mrs. Mary ) onter, 5a,
had a tense moment t jy whea
what looked like a f z sswrt
sailed thmugh the a tss struck
her csr The ssucer out te
the a resr wfceel-thi i akppati
off a tractor-traii&r.

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' tb Panama Americas Tan independent daily newspaper

THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1957

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THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN

.' : Tin Mail Boa it an open forum for readen of The Panama American.
Lett art ara recelred gratefully and ara handled in wholly confidential
mannar.
v HfN contribute a bnn don't ba impatient if R doasnl appaar the
next day. Letters ara published in the order received.
Please try to keep the letter! limited to one page length.
Identity of Utter writers it held in ttrictest confidence.
Thii newspaper assumes no responsibility for ttatamentt or opiniont
xprotted in letters from-reader.
THE MAIL BOX

PANAMA CITX CLEANUP

Sir:

There 'has been much ado in the Spanish press since Fin-

ance Minister Ruben v. caries and a party maae a mp w u
cas del Toro and discovered alleged ouicuu-backed vice ana cor cor-nint.inn
nint.inn cor-nint.inn in pertain areas of the province.

A riant clean-up has been predicted and it is said that any
I rascals found in high places will be thrown out and punisned.
Now this is all well and good. It is gratifying that the min-

Ister plans to take steps to put that faraway province on tne

mrilnVif' ai4 m q rrnnr nam

But here's a suggestion. How about making the capital city

of Panama a model, a shining example of what an the cities 01
th boucrackhig down for instance, on the persons who
control the nightly numbers racket in the heart of-the W?
What's to be done about wiping out the illegal gambling
casing which operate almost unmolested? (There s a popular
den in the calidonia district that passes for a canttaa.) Once
Si awhile there is a raid of course, vut the rackets go on
ndHSw aboufe the press helping to point these irregularities to
the-minister? ? If he were aware of these situations i am 6ure

he would take fast action, just as ne aia u n w
Bocatoreno

And

(Comment

by VICTOR Rit-SEl.

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

A letter of thanks to my friends remembering me on my
-..iiL-. Vih 05 Thev rame from everywhere, but

two of my old friends that never overlook me, failed this time.
Ttey are the Dunnings from Canada and "Pop" Ballentine of
'watervUle. Maine. The stack is so high it took me all day to

bo through it and try to make a correct count.
Storms and tornadoes are still extra heavy yesterday they
hit uVthree times. Trees were blown away at HunteviUe and six
houses were ripped from their foundation at Austin,, but no

Uvew55iu vf0ia nni with nn frost. Best day so far. Prospects

.r. ri tor a heavy fruit crop, and we are already getting

cMteloupes from Mexico, but they're not very tasty.
Tomorrow is th especial election to fill the vacancy in the
Senate left by Governor Daniel. Fifteen hungry Democrats and
twcRepublicans are left for the job and it looks to me like it
will be the Republican upsetting the apple cart and leaving the
decision un to Veep Nixon.
Dont think it best for the country, but my say Is very
amill. They are out after the postmaster general who charfeed
the universal rate from 8 to 8-cents except for Canada which

remains the same. . ,
Thanks to Otto Hauseman for the nice map of Panama

STATES CALLING

Sir:

'eh. cam now. Ex-Zonlan (Mail Box, April 1) says he has

returned to the JJone after three years. He must have spent
' those three- earaTof CorozaU-.lo make the silly etatemenb that
the Canar2orift is? better than the states, v Or, he;murt have
orm. notiv hpra.and tinw cannot live in the States.?

'I suppose hjs social life consisted .of standing in some bar
' on J Street and being a big deal. Also trusting his children to
maids, ii woaldn't trust my cat to one of them. Ii they aren't

letttngfthe children fall out the window, they are stealing you
blind' ,,.
Seems to be "a good Joe" Sright If you live in Paraiso
? or Rainbow City. Have you heard your good Joe is closing the
) shoos at Mt. Hope come June, instead of weeding out all the
deadhead bosses?
5 Thank goodness we are leaving here at the end of this
month. If we never hear of the place again, it's OK by us.

We were only here because we had to be,

What we need is another Teddy Roosevelt, Instead of a

Pled Piper. Go back to the States and grieve that you can't

have your slave labor and cheap liquor only a decent, re respectable
spectable respectable life.
LH, Dunne

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Dave'JBeck, who in his day once

swung a mighty- mean baseball

Dot. uas lust' oeen cauent in : the

first big double play of the sea

son, wiui laoor s nign command

inuviujs in on mm, me justice
Dept. now will noc nave to worry

aooui oeing cnargea wim perse persecuting
cuting persecuting a laoor leader and siiortiv

Beck will be indicted at least on

cnarges of income tax evasion.

There's been much a talk of this

prosecution, but until these recent

nours Beck has been trvine to

make some deal with the Treasu

ry uept. iius mignt nave come

tnroucn if the Senate hadn't nut

mm on tnts not seat. Beck wss

playing for time and that's why
he went : j examine the Austro-

Hunganan border. But be lost.

mui. tax lnaictraents takes

long time and he hoped to ride
one through the summer and right

past tne September Teamsters U

nion convention. Beck would have

run for president again and

would have been re-elected.

Ho was certain his prettlgo
and tome political support In
Washington would aavo him
from everything but a flu by
the !nterrul Ravenoe Service
since ho was making restitu

tion. But then Bock made the

mistake of taliing the AFL-CIO

executive councH to drop dead.

Ho shouted thi- in effect, over

his TV exhibition. Ho hollowed
it from the witness ttand.

So labor's high command- moved
swiftly. It could have waited until
May 20 for its spring session. But
this would have served notice on
the government that it did not
take seriously Beck's brazeness.
His light mood at the hearings on only
ly only served to remind the national
labor chiefs of his light touch in
money matters.
So George Meany closed In on

him. The Friday session of the
AFL-CIO executive council was

not sure it could legally suspend
Beck from its ranks. But the
high command was certain that
the pedestrian teamster hsd to be
put into limbo for two reasons.
The first was to serve notice on

the government that it did not

consider Beck a labor chief not

this fellow who owed one bank

11,000.000

The suspension thus served no

tice on the government to move
swiftly. After all, neither the Trea Treasury
sury Treasury Dept. nor the Dept. of Jus-

ice csn -let the Beck case take

its turn on the -t when the AFL-

CIO high command declared it an

emergency.

furthermore, tne man com

mand reasoned that its move

would launch a revolt inside the

Teamsters asainst Beck and his

powerful combine. It is believea

that both t Beck and Tim Hoffa
will be on. trial in Federal courts

during May or June. Therefore, the

Teamsters union will nave to una

leader bv their Sentember eon

vention. Apparently the AFL-CIO
chiefs are a "are of a revolt but

they're not talking beyond saying

that their denunciation oi ine
Man" will bolster the rebel forces
and get them out of binding.

Apparent I Bock tear. This It
is positive that ho has not talk-
od to any of his vice-presidents

except his Adminittrartvo voep,
Einar Mohn, an honott and
much disturbed man.
It is Mohn who has been tele

Dhonine the other veeps now

that Nate Shefferman. discounter

extraordinary, no longer dares set

as the courier from on high, up
to this moment, however, 4here

has been no discussion of a Team

sters' Executive Board meeting

desniU what the Senate racket

busters have revealed. But that

meetine must come.

When It does, it will be the if-

ine Johnnv English. Teamsters'

Secretary-Treasurer, who will lead
the fight against Beck despite his

78 years,
nddlv enough, the men of mas

cle have long feared this frail sep septuagenarian.
tuagenarian. septuagenarian. For years he has hat hated
ed hated Beck with the distaste match

ed only by Beck s cusaain tor in
teraat on loans. For years, Eng

lish has refused to sign certain
checks, and each time the Team Teamsters'
sters' Teamsters' high commsnd weuld be
polled by telephone and would out outvote
vote outvote him long distance.
But he will fight back. He will
be supported by some in the Tes Tes-mos
mos Tes-mos high command. There will be

enough strenftn to seep ine ieim-

sters from Dotting me at u uu,

informed circles say.

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Washington watched a stampeding
coalition, of Republicans, and Eix Eix-iecrats
iecrats Eix-iecrats cut down appropriation aft after
er after appropriation in the Elsenhow Elsenhower
er Elsenhower budget like a tractor drawn
mowihg machine knocking down a

ho v In their hoadlona nnh tnr

nomy, iney topped ff .such 1 1-ems
ems 1-ems as $20,000 for' research In-
to radiStion from atomic fallout.
Apparently the Congrem-n did
not know that we live In a at atomic
omic atomic ago.;' -v- r :
Thev knocked ff' tinh nnn tA

vise' the Cost of Living I n d e x,
something both management and
labor fond absolutely necessaryin
fixing wages; i :-
T ey knocked out. $50,000 lo hire
three or four women in th Wom

en's Bureau to studv the mnlnv.

ment of older Women, a problem

to strike all money for adiitionl
al intpeclort. Ho won by a mar-g-n
of ono vots.-i
Jonas did not win, however. un
tu fter another Carolinian, Man Man-del
del Man-del Rivers, this one a Democrat
and from South Carolina, went to

uai ior me republican President's
budget and for more protection
for housewives. ;
i'During the month ot .Februa .February,1!
ry,1! .February,1! Rivers said, y '271,000 pounds
of contaminated i sod products
were taken off the market.
. "Another 239,000 pounds, were
destroyed by the owners under the
supervision of inspectors. ;
v 'Six drug products were seized
beeudse they were improperly la labeled,
beled, labeled, 1
"A bakerv was rpWchI

the pies aand cakes were conta. -muiated
with Insect and

fUth.

which has greatly ; increased offi "h6 .Food Dur Adminis-

tha i j u . j tration is

woo raiaaaatBBi

latei

prompted Congresswoman Rlitrh

of Georgia to make the motion

cutting the Women's Bureau. ;

And they knocked off $100 000
for fho Bureau of Veterans' Ro
employment, an agency of great
importance to veterans, otpeclal otpeclal-ly
ly otpeclal-ly since "the CI bill, of rights is
no more, '
As these important, but inexDen.

slve items were thrown into the

congressional ashcan, not one Re-

small' continued the

linian. 'MeanwhilB th

ruiuino) pi u uiese tooas,- drugs,
and cosmetics has been 'growing
in proportion' to the heeds of our
expanding,,- population. The 300
FDA inspectors,, are responsible
for the checking of over $62 bil-
lion of products," -, "V
Rivers, made an eloqueht appeal
for funds to help .inspect the food
and drugs of the nation.

ui wnen the vote was taken,

Rewards For Cops
By BOB RUARK

Something which has never suc successfully
cessfully successfully been exnlained. to me. at

least,, is why the gentlemen who

worn on salary lor tne police and
the FBI should not be cut into the

rewards offered for the heads of

Sublic enemies, such as your Wll Wll-e
e Wll-e Suttons, Dillingers, Lepke Buch

auers, ana more lately, the elfin
George Metesky. the fun-lovlne

bomber.
You csn say that the cop or the

u-iuan is omy doing fits job when
he blows over a wanted killer,
snsps the cuffs on a murderous
crackpot, or smokes out a bank
robber.
You can say that the apprehen apprehension
sion apprehension of this criminal is the end re result
sult result of police work, with all its
departmental ramifications that

the individual promotion which

sometimes results is sufficient re reward
ward reward to the SJiart officer, the
bravo officer who works overtime

to snap the bracelets on a- fugi fugitive
tive fugitive thug. "A v-
I suppose, too, that if you put a
dollar sign on the apprehension of
criminals, soma cods might bo a

little gun happy when they smell

a reward and deprive tne state of

tne job of proving the

guilty in a court, of law.

The business of being a cop Is
greatly underpaid, considering

umi every ume tne neaa of the
family straps on his sun he

out the door as a candidate for

ms own immediate funera t ro

ver heard of any rich police wi-

uuwa.

rney nav a salesman ir

to sell thingr. and if he sella thinue

very well, they often hit him with

oonus. xnis is called incentive

pay. -.
And I see no reason why incen incentive
tive incentive psy could not be applied ben beneficially
eficially beneficially to the business of being

ma emorcer oi laws as -well as to
the seller of anything from adver advertising
tising advertising sps.-e to ears and household

appuances. -..vv':' ,;:';.

Police history can afford von

countless instances of one or two

officers becoming so passionately

ltuerosiea in unsoivea crimes that
they gave, up t months and even

years of their own time to runninc

down their man after the case had
been tacitly closed by the depart department.,.
ment.,. department.,. ' ' ; V ?

This business of giving eash bo

nuses xor pronciency, ji some res

pectable reward is offered bv the

suspect Insurance company that wants the
I Jewels back, or a bank that vinti

This happens occasionally, even I the loot hack. woiiM i m

i10." DOnu a incentive, but resemble the merit system -in the tu the preservers

wui uuum. i Bauin. woere lines are utea rn rat. imimi

ten the' nurses of curbstone ms

gistrates and hick speed cops with

a quota system to uu.
This is graft, pure and simple
where the motorist oi, aliened vag

rant Is kangarooed for the precise

amouii ne s go in ms jeans.
In the average case in which' a

major reward figures, if there is
no conviction, there is no reward.
(This doesn't always apply ; to

the busin. ss of the missing rocks

or the heisted ar ored car, where
the plaintiff is occasionally willing
to settle quietly if he gets his
dough back. It would be rare, in

any case,, outside of the private-

eye files, becasue if a legit cop

snares a i'ln ve "- nnn a fw

sstchelsful of clean currency, he

isn't apt to oook nim on a loiter

ing charge.) ; ; : v.

. It Ukes quite a lot of above-

and-beyond to follow a cane of

thugs into a cul-de-sac, or to put
the arm on a tusoect who iaaur-

rounded byhis own gorillas.

-1 don t ui'nk af'ft'e incentive

pay In the form of well-distribu

ted rewards would hurt the mo

rale or the efficiency of the police

or me r m, even a ume oit.

You put out a little bit more;
you generally get quite a lot more

back, and it should even happen

oi tne civic

publican rose 7 to champion the. mos 01 l"e. Republicans joined

ouaget of t&e Republican admin-j v c"ouki democrats to vote
istration. 1 wri the new inspeqtors.

Some of the Democrats stood nn

1. J At. -n .

iu uciena me rresiaent, put ; not
one. Republican.

PIDDLING SAVINGS
-After three days of franti

mendments, Congressman John
Fogarty. Rhode Island Democrat.

reminded his bell-bent-for econo

my colleagues- that they bad. cut
only $1,345,000. ..k

At that rate," : said W a y n e

eCONOMY-OC ROUND

.The attack on Ike's -budget was
carefully planned by the Rep-Dem-coalition
in advance. Conaressman

Howard Smith of Virginia had a

list on his desk nif aU items in th

Labor Department and Health, Ed Ed-ucation
ucation Ed-ucation and Welfare budgets, with
the name of a Dixiecrat or a Re Republican
publican Republican next to each item, lndl-

eating who '. would introduce the

Hays, Oio Democrat"ih 30 dayslens amendment.:, .When the the-we
we the-we could 'cut it $10,000,000 and 'if. coalition picked Mrs, Bliteh of y
we stayed here a year or 30 da vsi Georgia to cut the Women's Bu I

we could cut It $10,000,000."-

"I want to reiterate to you." re

minded Democrat Fogarty, chief

champion of the Eisenhower budg budget.,
et., budget., "that you pass laws and then

you fail to carry out your respon-

siDimy of seeing mat necessary
appropriations are made to admin

ister them.

fcau budget, she grabbed the mi

crophone and bellowed without
asking Rep. Fogarty s to : yield yield-though
though yield-though he had been yielding to
every request.-, By mistake, Mrs.
Bliteh suggested fen even, bigger
slash than she had. been told to
make. She had to be rescued by

Anderson (R-Minn.), who introduce

"The amendments offered dur-ied- the correct amount. .Actively

ing -the last three days have been working to ssve .the Food, and
without constructive evaluation it Drug budget, were lobbyists for
wha. damage they will do In your, the AFL-CIO. Food and Drug has

hysteria du do not stop here- (nothing to do. with wages and
. ''My-friends on the other (Re-'hours but. AFL-CIO ltaders have
publican)' side .of the aisle have! vigorously supported this and oth oth-been.
been. oth-been. iotably, conspicuous by the er social-welfare legislation. i
anemic support they have given! ; Two years ago, Secretary, Oveta
their leader; the President of the Culp Hobby,- theft bead of HEW,

Unlte4'SUtw.-.i--ju-.vv-5S4,:,rf.;r- 1 picked a citizens committee to stu-

'.'The nress has been carrvlnBldy food and drugs. It found the

stories of -tens of millions of dol- Food and Drug Administration was

lata' of savings. Vk-'?1 'li on a .pre-war- basis, despite

iNow' let, us, set we r e c or a w, vast ixpansiun oi u.a. oui-

f

FDA

There may

but -the heavy sluggers look

they will finally strike out.

like

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The greatest part of the so-cslled

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Ho wont on itinr out ; that
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CUTTING FOOD AND .DRUGS

R publicans, however, 'pait lit-j

out in -food and druei.

It recommenced that the

be expanded fourfold within 20
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They cut $1,000,000 for ? new In In-snectots
snectots In-snectots for the Food and' Drug

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Amerusn hoosewives.
At present, Food .and Dreg has
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Jy ,ene ovary eighf ,or, nine
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nsi oi poinson sprays oh fruit and

It.dound oyster dealers" watering
thtir cans so the public was bur burin
in burin f more wster than oysters
ft had difficulty Checkina Salk

vaccina beccuse of its shortage of

inspectors. -:--
. However,' .Congressman
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INDFPENDENT DA!XT NEWSPAPEH
THURSDAY; APRIL 4, 1957
MoumbblvVFVPost
Elects Officers

r fAGX FOUB '. -V THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN

Lt. Garvyn H. Mounblow
memorial post No. 3878 Veter

ans of Foreign Wars; held their
annual' election of officers at the

last business meeting. -

The following members were

elected: post commanaer, w. w
Huffman; senior vice command commander;
er; commander; W. Garner; Jr. Tvlce com

mander, O. T. Brownlee; quar

termaster. R. Mlcek: post advo.

cate, G. Bonzoumet; chaplam,
R., PieldinK: nost surgeon; M.

Hill: 3-3r. trustee. E- Breakfield;

2-yr. trustee, K. Bazan; 1 yr.

Urustee, W. Woodruff.

Installation of officers will be
held jointly with the. Ladles

Auxiliary at the post home : in

grlstobal on Saturday,

Installation will start at 7

n m nenartment commander D

J. O'Neill will be the installing

officer. After the installation, a
buffet will be served and there

will be dancing from 9 to 1 a.m
The public is invited.

A COURSE IN THE THEORT OF AIR CONDITIONING was completed recently by the above croup of Army, Navy, and Panama

Canal Company employes. Tne iniro in a series on uihuiuuj uumira, wie uuutw Miiiicu uu tuuuuncu j

Sprrv renter front row assistant industrial training coordinator or ine ranama i;anai vompany unacr vie awnwa vi iwcai

J BM, Biternatlonal Association of Machinists. The classes were held at the Margarita Colombus Club from Jan. n tnrougn
' j pon completion of the course, certificates were presented to the students by M. B. Nickel, production engineer of the
I.IndaJ Dlvtoon (seated) are L mn&t Commissary Division; L. Celluccl, U.S. Navy Public Works; D.
ratfrev Armv Engineers- Percy; Nickel; J. Borden, Industrial Division; and H. Sauter. Maintenance Division.
Second row H Witt Terminals Division; C. Slater, Army Engineers; H. May, apprentloe, Industrial Division; J. DeFtees,
Untor Transrjortatlo'n Division; R. Dailey. apprentice, Industrial Division, and M. Dunn, Navigation Division.
' Third row- R QQuin Electrical Division; L. Barfleld, Locks Division; M. Bailey, Maintenance Division; R. Stern, appren appren-Stlee.
Stlee. appren-Stlee. Industrial Division; B. Maynard, Maintenance Division; B. Ferry, Maintenance Division, and T. McGann, Public Works.
. j U.8." Navy. ,'
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Society Deplores
Use Of Living
Chicks At Easter

CHICAGO (UP) The Anti-

Cruelty society today urged par

ents and merchants to ston using

live chicks and. other baby fowl

as Easter noveUUes..

J. J. Shaffer, managing direc

tor of the society, said few peo peo-le
le peo-le know how to care for the

chicks. He said children often
"rough-handle" them until they

either die or are sent back to

farms and shelters.

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Shaffer said the society's cam

paign last year brought good re

suits. He said fewer chicks, duck ducklings
lings ducklings and bunnies; were used as
novelties than any previous year,
but it was hoped the number

would be even smaller this year

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Today, Thursday, April 4
PJMI.
'4:00 Feature Review v

4:30 What's Your Favorite (re

quests taken dj pnont

tiu 3: 00)

6:35 What's Vour F 0 r 1 1

(cont'd)'
8:00 Allen Jackson Commen
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; 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTI
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)

6:30 Telephone Hour WRUL

7:00 Oooafihow
7:30 VOA Report From UB.
8 : 00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here I
0:00 You Asked For It (re

quests taken by phone
till 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan

ama
10:45 -Temple Of Dreams

11:00 Concert Under The Star

12:00 Sign on.

Tomorrow, Friday, April 5
A.M.

6:00 Sign on Alarm Clock

Club (requests ias:en

by. phone till 7:00)
7:ao Moraine Salon Concert

8:15 Church In The Wlldwood

8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
9:15 Sacred Heart v
fl:30 PaVis star Time

10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N A L

(Cut ex and odorono)

10:05 Spins and Needles re-

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11:00 News

11:05 Spins And Needles

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11 :30 Meet The Entertainer

12:00 News

P.M.

12:05 Luncheon Music

12:15 M EL ACH RINO MUSlr

CAL (Nescafe)

12:30 Sweet And Hot

1:00 News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneer
1:45 Songs of France
2:00 Tex Beneke show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 The Virginians
3:00 Hank 'Snow And His
' Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Friday
4:00 Feature Review j I
4:30 Whafe Your Favorite (re.
quests taken by phone
till 3:00)
5:30 News
5:35 What's Your Favorite
(cont'd)
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen Commentary
tary Commentary (WRUL)
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Top Tunes of the week
(WRUL)
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report From U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Short Story Theater
9:00 You Asked For It (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
till 7:30)

10:30 Cavalcade Of America

11:00 Jazz Till Midnight

12:00 sign Off.

Red Overproduction
Of Plow Disrupts
China's Economy
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. TOKYO. April 4 (UP) U.S. in in-teltigence
teltigence in-teltigence agents said today over

production of a Russian-designed

plow disrupted Communist China S

economy last

"inestimable"

workers there.

year,

loss

causing an

of wages to

An analysis of Communist pub

lications released oy the u. s.

Army's Psychological Marfare Of

fice said hundreds of machine tool

plants and 27 per cent of the avail

able steel were tied up in the plow

project.

As a result, serious shortages of

spare parts for other machinery

developed. Factories had to shut

down to re-tool, causing long lay'

offs for their employes.

After all that, it turned out that

the plow so heavy that it takes

two horses to pull it is unpopular

among unina s farmers. a

.Nearly two million of the plows
are gathering dust in warehouses,

and farmers who were high-pres

sured into buying others are so
eager to sell they are willing to

take as much as a 75 per centfr'

loss on the deal.

'. "The plow . cannot be used

satisfactorily on hilly or irrigated

fields," the analysis said. "Peas

ants had to be browbeaten into

buying it."

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WANT TO RETURN TO RUSSIA George and Nabejda; Koz-,
mln sit with their son Peter, seven-months-old' and gaze out;
of a window in their Chicago apartment. Mr, and Mrs. Koz--min,'
both ex-Riissian slave laborers, want to return to Russia
with their four sons.-' Three of the boys Richard, 10; George'
8. and Paul,' 7, have been wards of the family court .slrlce
1953. when both parents entered a hospital-after suffering
nervous breakdowns. .Judge John H. Clayton, Jr., Is expected expected-to
to expected-to decide next month whether the Kozmins will be permuted permuted-to
to permuted-to leave with the boys.

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RUFUS A LAWRENCE, former construction and maintenance
foreman for the Fort Davis Post Engineer Division, receives,
his certificate of retirement from MaJ. Walter J. Moeller, Fort,
Davis Post Engineer Division chief. Lawrence retired last weekv
after 32 years of employment by the UU.S. Army to the Canal
Zone. A watch was also presented to Lawrence by his fellow
employes In recognition of his retirement. -f
it s Arm y Photo bv Sb3 Brnee Bieckert)

POEM IHSP1RED BY MARVEIS -OF

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(PA-C) The wonders of the world which He elow thj
surface of the sea, as revealed in the brilliant colors of the
picture THE SILENT WORLD, soon to be seen Jtf the 1
Presldente Theater, and which was recently awarded an
Oscar as the best documentary film of the year, Inspired
the following poem by Donald S. Rockwell, manager of ;
Columbia Picture in Panama and Central America and
author of various books of verse and prose. V, f.

THE SILENT WORLD
NO -sound Invades
That realm so deep.
.Where sunlight fades
And Time's asleep
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With banners furled
In mystery
The Silent World
Beneath the sea.
But gardens fair
Oie there below;
Marine forms rare
Glide to and fro.
Plant, fish and shell
A wondTous sight sight-All
All sight-All weave their spell
Of colors bright.
Skin-diveri view,
In sub-sea gloom.
Each brilliant hue
From Neptune's loom.
Below the reef v
The finny tribe
In circles, brief
Their patterns scribe.
Bejeweled and pearled
For Eternity
Thei Silent World
Beneath the sea.

Donald S. KockweTL.

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TE3 PANAMA AK32UCAN All INDEPENDENT ,, DAILY NEWSPAPEr

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.f A SAFETY AWARD; commending his excellence as a' supervisor in' overseeing the 746,361 man hours worked' W his group- of
138 employes without a single disabling injury, was presented recently to John H. Joyner', chief of the northern district of th
i Motor Transportation Division. The presentation was made by Lt. Gov. H. W.- Schull, Jr. vbefore a group of Joyner'a fellow-
' workers (Joyner is near the end of the frontr row, -wearing a dark suit.) The award covered the period from January. 1954,
m when Joyner became chief of the district, to last October. ,i It Is one of several given to supervisors whose units have achieved
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MOVIES TY RADIO

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1 HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Pri-

vate Lives : In spite of guesses
.. that Kim Novak and John Ireland
have cooled off,' they continue to
see each other. No one knows

' where this unexpected romance

: will end and there are some wno

prefer not to even think about it,

Executives at Kim's studio, 'most

of all. i',

... Ruth Roman is In the retire retirement
ment retirement mood. ,.Ui Taylor won't
i chanae reliaieni now tht she's

i Mrs. Mike Todd. Some of htr

friends thought iho hid agreed to
'' switch ..Paul Newman and
Joanna-Woodward won't discuss

their romance and it's not just

because Paul's divorce' isn't final

yet.. They both belong to the Don't

Ask-Me-Personai-uuesTion viuo-
' Even W test pals of Fick Pow

n and June Ally son don't give
them much chance at working out
anything more than a temporary
retake. ".Ingrid Bergman's pretr
' ty daughter, Jenny Ann,, is; being

courtea oy n- arueui wm.
' Richard Eean and Dorothy; Ms.

lnna are writina it on something

: tintter.than the wind. Tablecloths

in off-the-beaten-paths cafes, for

Instance. : ... '-,

' JAYNI MANSFIELD and mus
rlcmin Mickey Hareltay aren't

fnnlinir anvhodv. They'll wed when

. her divorce is final this fall,. All

her dates have beea for.tha aK

v of sweet pubucity.

Whatever It adds ; up to, War War-i
i War-i Ion Brando's dad seems to pre pre-V
V pre-V fer dark-eyed Anna Kshfl to any

I mt ouier aous aia uuy ua uu

Ike's RepliccmehJ J
Cabinet Plan llixed
By House Group ?
' WASHINGTON .(UP)'--A House
Judiciary subcommittee will turn
' down President Eisenhower's plan
to give the cabinet a voice 4n de-
tiding when a disabled president
' should be replaced, a poll of sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee members indicated to-
' day. o.?;.; v-v. ; '-,!
I Chairman Emanuel Celler CD CD-NY)
NY) CD-NY) said flaUy "the cabinet idea
; is out.;., ;,i:;;, . v;:v
-1 Other members' coilments
showed Atty. Gen. Herbert Brown Brown-.
. Brown-. ell Jr iaUed to sell them the cab cabinet
inet cabinet plan during the subcommit-
- tee's one-day hearing on it yester-
- day.' . e
Celler said .the subcommittee

will meet again in about two

weeks to try to work out another
method for replacing a disabled

; President He predicted the group
probably will' approve either his
plan to give the vice president full
responsibility to make such a de-
' cision. or some form of commis

sion to take the responsibility.

Ren. Kenneth B. Keating (NY)

the top-ranking subcommittee Re

publican has proposed a 10 man
- commission made up of members

of the cabinet, congress and tne

U.S. Supreme Court to decide
when a president cannot fulfill
bis duties. .
BrowneU said the "hat-

ards of an atomie age" make it

- imperative some plan for replac-
- ing a disabled president be initiat

ed without delay. He said he be believes
lieves believes that, under tM Constitution

as now worded, the vice president

'Has me authority to declare the
president disabled an.dto take

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Declaring such a weighty deci decision
sion decision should not be "dependent on
one men's opinion, Brownell
urged approval of Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's proposal for a constitutional

amendment. Under this plan, the
president could declare his own ln-

abiuty to ao nu )oo. if De were un unwilling
willing unwilling or unable to make joch a
decision, the vice president and
cabinet could do so.
Comments by members" were
uniformly unfavorible.

the romance string.. .Cameron
Mitchell's wife has no intention of
giving him an easy divorce. There
will be big money fireworks.'
Peggy King, who's lived down
all that perkmess, will wait it out
until Andre Previn can untangle
his domestic snarls and arrange
a divorce. ..There .will be no
gushy interviews from Susan Hay Hay-warl
warl Hay-warl on life with her v surprise
groom, Eaton Chalkey. Susan and
her lawyer husband have an a a-greement
greement a-greement that he is to remain in
the background and that there is
to be no undignified publicity. ..
Bing Crosby and Inger Stevens
continue to co-star after hours.
She's tjis leading lady in "Man On
Fire.'
ANNE BAXTER' five-year-old
daughter (her father was the late
John Hodiak) is in the first grade
of a private school, i Starlet who
heard that Elvis Presley had
bought a Mercedes-Bent piped up
with, "Gee I think he should have
a rock 'n' Rolls-Royce." ;

Judy Garland's ready to sing a-

gala a mree-wee aiana ai uie
Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas fol followed
lowed followed by .14 shows at the Dallas
Fair, then H at tbe Greek Thea Theater
ter Theater here,
. Artie Shaw, and Evelyn Keyes
are i a Hrora antic oote from pans.
Wonder sheUl be" Uho eighth
Mrs.: Artie Shaw?. . Mike Todd
is claiming "Around the World in
80. Days"! if such a hit with the

pubuc tnat some ol 'em start ap applauding
plauding applauding when they buy their tic
kets.i- ; ;
' ANITA E KB ERG's nubby, An

thony Steel, is brushing off the

recent iisucuiis with sculptor uu uu-bronyi
bronyi uu-bronyi in Florida as much exag

gerated "publicity" r-ft for him,
not me.". .Rita Hay worth's pro proposed
posed proposed deal with Fox to star in

"Can Can" fell through, according

to her attorney. .Mickey Rooney

about the critical raves after his

performance in "The Comedian"
on TV: ;. ,.

'Tve been a tthe bottom of the
pickle barrel so long, I really ap

preciated such a role, and I'd

sure, like to do K again tor the
filmverslon." :
Garv Cooper's percentage 10

per cent of the gross of "Friend

ly Persuasion" reportedly will

give him a minimum of $600,000.

. .The reissue ot "f or wnom

the Bell Tolls' contains an eye

brow-lifter if you watch closely

Yvonne Ve carlo as one ot the

atmosphere players.

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IABEL V. LYEW, formerly employed in
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1 pkf. XSTMENOS CIGARETTES
, 1 pkf. ADAMS CHICLETS
1 cap ICE CREAM
1 tab KOLTNOS TOOTH FASTI ,'

GIFTS FOR THE FIRST 200 PERSONS that buy $1.00 on merchandUet

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1 LAVASOLITO SOAP CAKI
1 pkf. ADAMS CHICLETS

1 pkr. HONIG GREEN PEAS SOAP
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THE, PANAMA". AMERICAN AN INOEPENDtNT- DAILY KZWEPAPC)
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n RsroENrs"WirE ENJOYS FASfflON SHOW Mrs. Ernsto de la GuardU. 3nr wife of the
JL?.":r. wiiiiftm w pttr were amone the interested sDectators at the

Bortwi' Wivea Tlshion Show which was hlghliuhfOf thfl loncheoh given yesterday a part.
S ererteinent of 3w Second Inter-Am erican. Medical Convention. J?rom left to right
Mr. TFrank f Smond. Mrs! Jubm Townsend. Mrs. de la Ouardla, Mrs. Charles O. Bruc, Mrs,,
i WiUiam E. Potter and Mrs. Robert Rupp. ','

HISS 3y ANN FISCHER TO WED MR. JOHN BOUJCQ
t$ IT BUBO VKIW CHURCH SATURDAY. APWl 27
- l MiM j Abb Ftacher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
U M. .O. Ftacher DUblo Heights will tawitoMi o
h Mr. John Bolin. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Halbert BoUnr of
r i Nashville. Teaaesate. on Saturday, April 27. .
I! The wtddlBC wlU take place at 7:30 p.m. at the Balboa
I ITnlon Church ta Balboa. A reception wlH be helsj follaw.
. tar tte eremoBT In the Fern Room of the Tivoji Gmty
'21 S Howe.

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First Ledie ef Pnm,
Canal Zona Attend
Lunehaen. Faahian Shaw

. rs, Ernesto de J Guardis, Jr.,
wife of the President of Panama,
and Mrs. William E." Potter, wife
of. the. Governor pt .tpe C a n IX

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ne. were among those present

esterday at a luncheon ar1 show

eld at the .Hotel El Panama, u
The affair, which took place in

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I idl DEL MONTE" red salmon (big can) x Seasoned scalloped tana
- -del MONTE" Sardines with Codfish Bisksyna's style
" iTtl toasaU saaca Octopus In oU
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IT :j French sardines -Chlea-Plea- ljAp Si
! y Sardines with "RODEL" truffle if J 'Li
If Japanese crab meat 7 :7-y
I '" Sardines In tomato sauce large etal shaped can i00000
1 1- m "BOLTVAR" Spanish sardines la. tomato sauce ,- ..V
I "COSMOS" pink salmon (big can)

the Bella vista Boom, was ) spon

sored by the Canal Zona Doctors

Wives' Club.

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Ambassador, Mrs. Harrlngt
Honored At Desoadida

. The United States Ambassador
to Panama and.. Mrs. Julian Fiske
Harrington were guests of honor
Tuesday evening at a eocktail-des-

pedida given by Embassy Counse
inn R itutin Aih anrl Mr. Aplv

The Harrington are leaving in a
few days on a vacation trip f to

Mexico ana tne uuiea waies.

Chief fxacutive

Tenders ReeevtioM 'fe:"'.! -'uMl

President of Panama Ernesto oe

la Guardia. Jr.. cave a reception

at the Presidencia last evening; in
honor of delegates to the Second-

InteiHAmerican Medical conven

tion. r t j
MMsachusetts 'Mason
Visitina Isthmus -i T

Mr. Earl W. Taylor; Grand Se

retard of the Grand uage 01 maf-

sachusetts, A.F.' and A.M. Is t a

visuor 00 we istnmus. xlt. : xay.
inr. whn makes' his home in Bos

ton, is staying at the Tlvoli Guest

House., .,-......- J,

Or, And Mrs. SMreJiev,' M

ur. ana mrs vnni

Dr. tnd Mrs. Gene Vhirokov of

Diablo Heights gave a cocktail

party last evening at ue Morgans

Gardens. v.,

Dr. and Mrs. Rolando coanis al

so were hosts lass night at coek-

tail party held at their home in

panania. ,,t J 1
Linen Shower Hesers -r:: Al

Miss Je Ann Fischtr

On the occasion of her anoroaeh-

big marriage. Miss Jo Ann Fisch

er of Diablo Heights was honored
recently with a linen shower at

the home of Mrs. Ralph E. Shuey

in Diablo Heights. Co-hostess with

Mrs. tnuey was Mr. Juuweu s.
Smith. ; 'tf

A crass linen tablecloth covered

the beautifully decorated refresh.

roent table. Fink rosea in a cut

lass vase formed the eenterpleee,
tanked on either side by Dresden

figurines, all of which were stand standing
ing standing on a round mirror encircled
with pink roses and maidenhair
fern, rink tapers in silver candlesticks-completed
the lovely set

ting. yt ,v

Besides the bride-to-be and her

mother, Mrs. Walter M. O. Fisch

er, guests included; Melasmas

William Allen. Paul Badonskv.

Shepard Clark, : Sigurd Esser, Ed-

ward Hatchett, Louis Hasemann,
Anton Holeenon. Theo Hoti. r.r.

rit Joustra, DaUe Keigley, George

mjbw, jui wo juuc, uscai uisen,
Arthur W. Smith, Sherwood Stscy.
Maurice Towinkle, George Tblbo Tblbo-deau.
deau. Tblbo-deau. Dwight Van Evera, Kenntth

vwwn ana ciarence yosburgh. T
Mr. And Mrs. Jaime Alfsre
Welcome Baby Ddewghter

' Mr. -and Mrs. Jaime E.- AUr

of Panama announce the birth of

a Dany girv corn, last night at
San Fernando Clinic. The infant.

Who weighed in at seven sound.

two ounces, will be named EmiUe

wier sen mower.

Pacific Navy Wives'
Will Host Cece Sale

Wives With Limcheenr

The Pacific Navy Wives' Club

has extended an invitation to the

ivoco 5010 navy wives' Club ta a

luncheon at the Tivoli Guest

House, to. be held next Monday at

.HA

p.m.
Guest of honor will be Mrs. Bet

ty Anderson who is a chairman of

tne mvy ; wives', piub of Ameri America.
ca. America. 'Mrs. Anderson is Secretary of
the Coco Solo Navy-Wives1 Club

at uie present time. Members.

prospective members and guests

are wTiiea. ..

Bufintss Meeting Held
By Ft. Owlick Wvles ; ;
The Ft. Gulick NC8 Wives,'
Club held their rtgular business
meeting Tuesday evening in the
Balboo Room of the -club with

Mrs. Hester Hartley, presiding,
A n..ti r'V.a.U.. -J 1-J I

the members of the club, to be

called "'The American Way of

Plana were made "for monthly

social 10 pe new Apni it. this
wUl be a "Crazy Hat" social.

Mrs. Hartley appointed Mrs. Can Candy
dy Candy Gardner to be co chairman

with Mrs. Clara HoQenbaugh on
the social committee.

Members attending were: Mes Mes-dames
dames Mes-dames Clara Hollenbaugh, Candy

uaraner, yonnie nosaing,. uuDer uuDer-ta
ta uuDer-ta Brown, Josephine Orsinl, Ruth
Maengtn, Louise Sanderson, Fran Frances
ces Frances Gilbert, Connie Jones, Betty
Townsend. Irmcard Morrison. Vio

la Hirn, Veda Van Pelt, Hester

Harney, rub? Frederick. Ruth

Cnss. and Audrey Barsi.

Mrs. Connie Jones won the white

elephant. .Refreshments were serv
ed by Mesdames Viola Hirn. Jose

phine Orsinl, Hester Hartley, and

trances uuDen.
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BEAMING AT HIS CERTIFICATE OF HONOR IRY MEMBERSHIP in the Caribbean College
Club is Anthony F. Raymond, the only male memt-r of the ciua ; ; 1 : ;. ac. as 1 a vt
ceremonies at the. fifth, annual penny Social to be held Saturday at 6; 30 p.m. at the Hotel
Washington. Ladies (from left to right) are; JMrs. John M. Brown, retiring -president; Mrs.
Wallace E. Rushing, newly elected president of the dub; Mrs. Edgar H. Light, and t Mrs. .Ray.
mond. proceeds of the Penny Social will provide a scholarship for a graduate of Cristobal
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TTTJRSDAY, APRIL 4, 1957

TC3 PANAMA AMERICAS AM INDEPIXDENT BAITY KEWSPAPItB

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4. : Social arid ,Otlit

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'Soma Sinister Influence
to ee Presented April 10
Af Diablo Hts. Theater
viae suspense comedy, 'Some
, Sinister- Influence," wal be given
, nexi Wednesday at Uie Diablo
' Heights-Theater by the CJass in
a Dramatics of ihe localVcolltge.
The group, which has given a bal bal-?
? bal-? anceo program or stage shows in
this community for 15 years, nurn nurn--
- nurn-- ber this as Production No. 64 for
the regular theater-goers of t
Isthmus. V
nickets are now on1 sale for ti
' play whicn e gneneral
direction of Peggy Ann Lee, ftnan ftnan-'
' ftnan-' clal director oi the group. The
" comedy is most unusual, not fol-
Jowing the general Hues of
' 'mystery play," not being in the
classification of regular .'murder
plays,'' and not; even being the
' "melodrama" type, But the inter-
est and eniertammeiit inherent in
the show rank it high. The unu unu-f
f unu-f sual and difierenct situations and
A dramatic treatment e a t a b 1 1 a n
" much of the fascination. The cur
tam, will rise at 8 p.m.

Tsndoi House Ooosts .".

Leave For Virginia
Mrs. L. L. Dixon and ner son,
' Richard, who have been spend spending
ing spending the past month with Mrs. Dix Dixon
on Dixon s parents, Col. and Mrs. : Ker..
neth H. Tando of Ft.-Clayton, left
, Monday for Richmond, Va where
. they will jolri M-Sgt. Dixon.,
The family will trvel to 'Lon 'London
don 'London where Sgt., Dixon js stationed
with the U.S. Air Force and
where they will bake their home.
Girt Scouts HikV '": 7' J f
To Ft. San Loreiwo"' 1
Senior Girl Scout Troop" No, 88
of Cristobal, under the leadership
of Mrs Linda Cox, went on a 15 15-mile
mile 15-mile hike on Saturday from Gatun
locks tot Fort San Lorenzo. They
'bean at 8:20 a.m. from the locks
and arrived at Lorenzo at 1 p.m..
r The following scouts took the
Wker'Betb Bialkowskl, Eileen and
Kathleen. Cox,: Darien Diet?, Carol
rienniken, .Katie O'Brien, J e a n
Seaman and 'Mary Lou Rasba-
'bugh., 1

Bridge Game To Be
Ro jmd Tonight

The Atlantic Bridge Club, who

changed tneir piaymg nignt from
Monday to Thursday, will begin
games this evening promptly at
7:15 at the Margarita Clubhouse.
All interested In playing bridge

are coraiauy anvueu.
StMary's Alumnae to Hold V V-Day
Day V-Day Of Recolloction

On Sunday,AprU 7, Rev. Father
James J. Murphy; CM., will con conduct
duct conduct a Day of Recollection for the
Alumnae of St. Mary's Academy!

Beginning wun Mass at o ciock.
This will be followed by breakfast
in the Church hall and then the

continuation of the Recollection. -All
members are urged to at

tend this annual day : of prayer

and instruction. For breakfast res reservations
ervations reservations call Mrs. Leonia Ender,

Mrs. Raquel Castillo or v Jtt 1 s s
Carmen Calonge. -. ;

Catholic Daughters "to Hold v
Rummagt Sala This Month ...

At the meeting of Court No. 874
Catholic Daughters of America on

Monday evening, It was decided
to. hold, a Rumnuee Sale on April

27, beginning at 9:30 a.m.-at the
Father Burns Memorial next to

St.; Joseph's Church;-Anyone who

mav have rummage is asnea 10

contact one of the' members or

leave it at the Rectory clearly
marked "Rummaie Sale.". The Ca

tholic Daughters will hold an ini

tiation of new, members on sun-

day APril 28 ,at the -Miraculous

Medal unurcn to De louowea wiu
a reception in the hall.' ,
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Mpmhprn nrspnt at thl meet

ing were: Mesdames Cynthia, Ly Ly-ew,.
ew,. Ly-ew,. Helen Clancy, Julia Drum,

uiaire ueneieau, ..angeuca vyong,
Rita Wsshabaugh, Luisa 'Pabon,
Ida Dugas, Angelina ; .Ng. Agnes
Simon and Miss Carmen Calonge.

Mart doctors opprav St Joseph

Aspirin lor fmiarsn iui
ther bnne.'Mer metkcn trust
'It because they've found It the
Mlest war ts five asplria to
child, easily and acctuatelr acctuatelr-Children
Children acctuatelr-Children like it par orange
flavor, take it readily wnea you

five tt for neaoacnee peui ana

' leveriihnees of -ceiea-. a-j n.

( Each notice for laclesioa in this,
column ohoule) be ukmiHao' lax
type-wrHtt term mi mi$i
'the poh numbtf lirtM eJailr i" .'So .'Social
cial .'Social and Olherwiia," or Jtlvrt
r kind to tBt oHicf. Notices or
mtetingi fan4 be cP4 by
tela phone. ;
Coin Collectors' Club
Will Moot Next Moridav" P 1

The regular monthly meeting

the isthmian- Numismatic society

will be held next Monday in the
Margarita Clubhouse. Tfie meet-

ins will commence oromDtlv at 1

D.m.. All members are urged to

attend and a cordial invitation is

extended to anyone Interested in

the study or collection oi coins,

currency or medals, v s
CZ Roller Skatlna.

rink MmIi Taniohl .'

The regular montmy meeung w

tH I 'anal ; 7An KOlinp : aUUIlK

rink mill ka h.W thia eveninff at

7 o'clock at the Balboa Roiler-
fivrsl ; items of -. imDOT-

tance to the club will be discuss

ed add acted upon. There wm oe
free f skating for club members

after the meeting. ,

JrsfeeVeouhe.il ' .'V-'-oV'. I

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me v& joca, wvic vuuuu wu
iuiiiihf f the atiidv hall

I commencing at 7 :30 p.nr. Reports
a a.w.. ,.m with -.Kiffri I I

un manors wa-Bu
ol the Company-Government in the
l. tk. .nmmnnitV -will he

given at the meeting.; A progress
chart, on the orgenizlng' of the
first aid instruction, class which

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i i .u..t nxrfa af intaraar tn the

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tivitie$ tor tne evening, nu
idontf BX9 cordially invited to at attend.
tend. attend. ..: v'

Faront-Toachers 1 i
Moetint Chonsoi
. ha F. aster holidaVS.

the Parent Teachers Association
has chanced the meeting from 4ne
tbird.MondayinAprato

ond Monaay wwsn wu

meeting wm ne neia xu.o.jouuw
Margarita : School at: t;3 P ra-

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Leader Believes

lii 'Granduallsn9
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PHILADELPHIA a (UP) -Th
aw -Margin i.iithnf Kinr. leader

in the, Negro boycott of the Mont Montgomery,
gomery, Montgomery, Ala., transit tyitem aid

Tuesday n Ignv ,ne oeueyea w
'gradualism'. to' vetcome prej-rlw-a
anl aaffraifatinn in-the South.

L- The Rev.' King spoke before 400

a.,uin. at a .-ifliniMr- iiara; wnarai

UV. WW .
im reeeryeoV ienationaK .fellow.
J f i L.' Bl ari 1 a jAlaWa ah

snip awa.ro m me ruueueiynia
c.llnnrakim rtnmmiaaian.,' Ha slav

fined gradualism as 'mevinf ea

wim vwise.resireiw mm aiinj jo-

Dleness.,., p

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ligion religion and non-violence to over
Mima nrainrlira and aCErrf atioH

in the South and, said B & un.

fortunate that -many oi the read readers
ers readers of the South, today; aj the

raopie-rousers.? ; s i
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Unless Congress Grants Funds

- WASHINGTON, April 4 (UP)

The Post Office Department dis disclosed
closed disclosed .today it will, make' a
drastic cut in mail service, ef effective
fective effective Saturday, unless Congresl
appropriates extra funds to carry
the agency until the end of the

fiscal year on July -I.
, Postmaster General t Arthur' S,

Suramerfield told a House AoPror

priations subcommittee the -con

templated cuts lnclule:-

Termination of U city -carrier
deliveries on Saturdays ;

Closing of all post offices' .on

Saturday; f-r
Reduction of mall deliveries in

business districts to one Per day,

Summerfield asked for a 47 mil-

lion dollar supplemental appropri

ation to tide the Post Office over

for the remainder ef the current

fiscal year.- ., ,
- .Subcommittee members said

Chairman J." Vaughan Gary !,(Dr
VK criticized Summerfield se severely
verely severely at a closed subcommittee
session for 'spending his fundi for
the year at a faster rate than was
authorized by law.

Summerfield replied- that', in

creased Use of the mails.'plus the
necessity of establishing new: de delivery
livery delivery routes to accommodate ex expanding
panding expanding communities, r made this

necessary.

Other steps contemplated by

a . : 'mt a j s. a t a

oummcrueia m eveni ne ooes not

get the textra money included an
embargo on acceptance and de

livery of all third lass' mail ex

cept merchandise. ; Subcommittee
member said this would hit the

so-called Junk mall delivered to
"oecupanta" and t'taoxholders.' ;

' Annual leaves of all postal 'em 'employes
ployes 'employes also -would be suspended
until aftef the end of the fiscal
year. a t move that would save

money indirectly by ,: eliminating

naro ior rrpiaccmeuia, : auucviu-

Uniform purchases would be sus suspended.'
pended.' suspended.' as would purchases of ve

hides, conveyors, sorting' esses,

ano outer exjiupmcoi. m

The administration bat asked

congress to increase postal rates

by S27H million dollars a' year by

1961 to nelp wipe out the deficit

that baa plagued the Post .Office
Department for years. The price
of mailing a first class letter

would be raised from three, to

i

four cents. ' w

. President Eisenhower told his

news conference today that If
Congress approves the increase
"we will not only eliminate 4 the
deficit, but ,1 believe : probably
there would be some money saved
in the budget."

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Sou
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Zujueta Scores fio7on Cng Deencs T7e
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nlit Decision
Against Toio Ibarra After
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T?ree Straight Setbacks, ;
Win over Lopes

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CHAMP AT WORK Bantamweight kin Melvin Bourne goes
over the heavy ban as he prepares for his title defense against
Toto Ibarra at the Olympic Stadium April 14 in a 15-rounder.
Tne chStohas been defeated in his last three bouts but
his trainer Aubrey (Cojo) Woodruff claims he will be a dlU
ierent tighter" In the big match Albarra. who had been
. -fighting Ut of, New York, arrives here tomorrow.

Bermuda Grass

hvA Months Ahead Of Time

H WWW
On Augusta National Course

AUGUSTA, Ga. (UP)- An old
" t juthern custom Bermuda
treent cropped up two months

shead oi ume luuay w
' just about everybody on the eve
, of; ,th 21st Masters golf tourna-
1 The tournament people were
sir aid the' Bermuda would make
' I the fine Italian rye grass, sown
i ". with a fine Italian hand, too slow.
; 3 n-h nlvpr were afraid they

7 would run into unseen tufts of the
i in tha nrdinarv business of

: 1 eotnihg through the rye.

' -What iiaw hanoenea is mm. b
'miirt. tho finest base grass that
. m, thom rair course can buy.
j j.h..il mipd in the turf of
th Augusta National Golf Course
ai at firming element but is ex ex-!
! ex-! p3eted to keep its head low. Due
to a balmy oumern wuucr iv
tsllrted aprouting and, for better
or worn, the Masters this year
haS Bermuda.
. .T iUlH f at least- 100 Is as
ied for Thursday'f first round.
ji tha blua ribbon event of golf
i : .u 4 k a itkimnlfflu

rirf.'the last generation by special

1 t v iixLaua v -
fovuided the tournament ;on a

I course of hit own design in
ftr .fill Teuremem.
. fiine 1949. however, Jones has
fpdw tncanto .25
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Bill Haley In
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Bock
1: Victor Mature In
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Today D4L JO .70
I Charlton Heston In
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S j Martin and
f. "SCARED
Lewis in
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been unable to make his lone an
nual aDDearance in the Masters
due to a crippling back ailment;
But such characters as Gene
Sarazen, Lawson Little, Densmore
Shute (long since called Dinny)
and Henry Picard, looking no day
older than when he was the Candy
Kid, are indestructible and always
on hand for one last try. ihe Mas Masters'
ters' Masters' big gesture is to invite all
past major tournament champi champions.
ons. champions. The Masters also invites foreign
stars, some of them slightly do domesticated
mesticated domesticated such as Al Balding,
who waltzed to a 67 Tuesday.
Balding is Canadian PGA cham champion
pion champion from Islington, Ont.
Masters fans like the chances of
Jimmy Demaret and Sam Snead,
the only three-time winners of the
event, Demaret shot an elegant
70 Tuesday, wise cracking from a
golfcart en route. Snead birdied
all four par-five holes with won wonderful
derful wonderful woods and dizzy putts, then
flubbed the easy ones to end with
a par. :
Abe Greene Asks
Boxers To Shun
Louisiana State
PATERSON, N.J. (UPV-Abe J.
Greene, commissioner of the Na
tional Boxing Assn., has asked
"every boxer in every other state
in the country to shun Louisiana
because of a state law banning
athletic contests between persons
of different races.
Greene, speaking Tuesday night
before a Paterson service club,
made the remarks while the Lou
isiana Boxing Commission, was
considering whether a scheduled
bout between Ralph Dupas of New
Orleans and Vince Martinez of
this city should be barred be
cause of charges Dupas is a Ne
gro.
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ADDITIONAL TOURIST.IUTES

WASHINGTON, April 4

(IIP) Cuban Orlando Zu-
lueta recovered from a knock
down in the first round last
night and scored a split deci
sion over Joev Lopes in a na
tionally televised 10 round
fight.
Zulueta, an 8-5 favorite, was
baffled in the early rounds by
Lones' crowding body attack.
In the later rounds, however,
he closed fast and opened a
cut under Lopes' right eye in
the seventh frame.
The sellout crowd of 3,000
liked the free-swinging brawl
but booed the soiit decision.
Referee Harry Volkman and
Me ngni ior zuiueia. in out
er judge, Charlie Buck, gave
it to Lopes, an unranked fight-.
er from Sacramento, cam.
Thirteen Marines
Enler Tomorrow's
8lh Balboa Relays
Thirteen Marines from the
Provisional Marine Aircraft
Group at Coco Solo will enter
eleven events of the Balboa Re
lays tomorrow. Friday. April 5.
Heading the team of Marines
is Lessely Noel, a former dis
tance star from Roanoke Col
lege. Salem, Va. Noel will com
pete in the mile run, the sprint
medlev and the mile relay.:
The Marines, who have been
training about two weeks., will
enter the following events: the
mllA inn.-varH HaflVi tti snrfnt
medley, shot put. hiph and brood
lump, low and high hurdles, and
the mile 880, ftnd 440-yard re
lays.
Pacific Little
& Farm Leagues
Picnic Saturday
. Soma 225 nlayert, batboya.
coaches and managert will cele
brate the conclusion of another
successful season of baseball this
Saturday.
With the strong Police-, team
repeating as champion of the
Uttle League, and the Mutual
vr tn th Warm Tjiibii. the
oust on pusy oau niinonu on
J j. W 11
nnom strain me.Um and- wait for
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""'V"1!." f, -v,. .Jdence. "He thought Ciaudlo waa

the Pacific Little League Park
x lit iyr:M.iiin win aaacuiuir ex. u
at 8:30 a.m.. at which time the
Little League boy will turft in
their uniforms All the boys are
also reminded to bring their
bathing suits.
At 8:45. they will depart for
Gamboa and upon arrival will
become the guests of the Phvsi-
cal Education and Recreation
Department. Track events, soft-
ball and TOlleyball games, and
finally swimming races will keen
the little men busy until 11:30.
The next move. will be to the
Gamboa Gun Club barbecue pita
for food. Once again our young
folks will be Indebted to the
frenerosltv of Chef Pablo Bell
and CaotJ Harry Munyon for
nrenarinsr that something spe
cial which determines the suc
cess of anv olcnic (need $ men mention
tion mention baked beans?).
After they have foundered
themselves, on the wholesome
food, dessert, and sodas, the ca
ravan will depart tor the Diablo
Clubhouse where' they will be
treated to Chapters 5 & t of
The Canadian Mounted vs. The
Atoml Invaders, and the Lead Lead-vi)V
vi)V Lead-vi)V Or-'linger
Mothr '. sometime after 4:30
o.m.. vou can expect to be In Invaded
vaded Invaded bv what we hope shall be
tired but happy youngsters.
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NO MAN'S
WOMAN
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PEARL HARBOR

' By X J. HARRISON JR.
: Veteran fight trainer Aubrey, (Cojo) Woodruff

had a tip for boxing fans

r Bantamweight champion Melvin Bourne, who

dropped decisions in his last three outings, will be
a "completely different fighter" when he climbs in

to ihe ring to defend hist
April 14 in a 15-rounder
Bourne began ; his. atrlne' Of
consecutive defeats: late last
year against 120-pound king Isi Isi-dro
dro Isi-dro Martinez and was beaten
this year, first by Jesus Santa Santa-marla
marla Santa-marla and then by daudloJMar-
t'V?v. fit." ''
l4Ther"wa-" nbthlne lrresular
about the outcome of the Isiaro
fight," said Woodruff, "because
Bourne was up against a boy
who is accented by all aa a teal
topnotcher." t
'
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AUBREY WOfDRfFF
But the trainer insisted that
the 118-oound chamo had no
right losing to Santamarla and
Ciauaio,
Bourne, who fought Santa
maria at a! fat 127 pounds, no
vonnd over tno wotcnt ior
which they had signed, "wa
in poor condition," wooaruii
aid. The trainer said that ho
had difficulty cettMr the
chamuion to follow Inst rue
tiona durinr training and at
ana tune b was "so aisgusi
ed' he felt Iik breaking with
him altogether,
"Ho nroved how much over
weight ha was for tht Santama-
F "" AoV
r uiwkvu
... w..fc.. 1a.
tvuuui un
to ciaudlo because of overcomi
. .
"jy picwngs hus got tne
sur-
prise of his lift,'"
f1
trainer
said.
The rolon Comet dronned the
champ for an eight-count in tne
Gil Cadilli To Sub
For Issy Martinez-
In Miami TV Boui
MIAMI, April Califor
nia's Gil Cadilli, seventh seventh-ranked
ranked seventh-ranked featherweight (Ring
Macaslne version) will replace
Panama featherweight champ
Ieldro Martinet Diver
Moore's opitsiat next
Wednesday night at Miami'
Biseayne Arena." ''f
Martlner. who U ranked
sixth by the National Boxtnr
Association. -was forced to
withdraw from thr ten-round
scrap because of av virus lnjee-
ti on. The Panama ooxer was,
stricken with the same ail
ment several weeks ago and
had to back out f a bout
with CadillL
Ike Chestnut, who was beat
en by Martlnes In nis L'.s.
debut, decisioned CadUll as a
aubstltato f or Isidro.
Y.ICJ.ORJA Y.ICJ.ORJA-isc
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Also:
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crown against Toto Ibarra
at the Olympic stadium.
second round but Bourne recov recovered
ered recovered enough to be impressive in
the Jate rounds.' m: .Wjv-v:
Woodruff i declares that- the
champ. is getting ready this
time with deadly earnestness,
"I. think he has learned some
valuable lessons,"' he said, fand
It's going to pay off for hird on
the 14th."
.The champion has been doing
about five miles of roadwork
every morning for the last two
weeks and boxes at least six
rounds dally at ) the ; National
Gym with two or three sparring
partners. i'.'jsfs'V.'!;
Alter his jogs, which begin at
5 a.m., ne taxes DreaKiast whicn
usually consists of grape luice,
coffee and a couple of soft boil
ed eggs.
At noon there is a light
lunch and a few hours of re relaxation
laxation relaxation afterward. By 4 o' o'clock
clock o'clock be is at the gym for
workouts which last approxi approximately
mately approximately one hour and a half.
After a shower Woodruff rives
his charge a complete massage
and the champion goes' to his
nearby chorrillo home for din
ner. (The trainer approves of
liver. and onions),
1 Woodruff got ; his nickname
"Cojo" (lame leg) because he
walks with- a marked limp, the
result of an accident while play play-ln?
ln? play-ln? hasebalf as a 17-year-old
youth.'-; ,iV' "'",';"" .
The trainer, who' has never
weighed over 160 pounds,' recalls
that he was stepped on' by a
200-pound catcher as he slid in into
to into home plate. Result: a dislo dislocated
cated dislocated hip Joint." v 1
The 57-year-old Woodruff
was born la the Canal con construction
struction construction town of Culebra
and has been in the fight
ramo since he was 14 years
old. Ho is gruff and Irascible
when uOttinf- his bovt tbroush
training' sessions, and grinds
' h i s teeth In exasperation
when, hof eels 'they- are not
lollowlng tho orders ho barks
at tbetsw; "w' r- f.'
The many champions he has
Sroduced, and tht recognition
o gets from the fight gentry,
indicate that he Is one of the
best trainers In the local bealc-
bustln. business.
$
Gladdens Frenchmen
Confuses Title Issue s
PARIS (UP -Tho triumph of
unbeaten Alphohso Halimi over
Italian daf-muto Marie d'Agata
gladdened tho hearts of 50 million
Frenchmen today, but if anything,
it only made tho world bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight title picture more confused,
HalimL 25-vearo-ld Algerian who
turned professional less than two
years ago, seized d'Agata's share
of te bantam crown Monday
night by gaining a clear-cut 15-
round decision at the Palais des
Sports in France's first world title
bout in so yesrs.
But indications that d'Agata
may protest the decision because
of a fire that interrupted the fight
added an. element of uncertainty,
In addition, Halimi s claim to
the crown will not be recognized
by the U.S. National Boxing Assn.
That group did not recognize
d'Agata bantam king, but con
ferred the title instead on Mexico's
Raul (Katon .Maeias. and pros
pects now seem dim for getting
the two claimants into tho same
ring, i
Monday night's bout, was delay
ed for 14 minutes between the
third and fourth rounds by a fire
in the electric system over the
rine.-
Edouart Rabret, secretary of (he
World Boxing Committee, pad an
nounced : before the bout that he
had assurances the winner would
meet Macias in a titlo clearing
bout before July 1.; But from San
Francisco cams word that Macias
has signed to defend hf.ngbtof
the crown on May 11 in that city
against Dommy Urtua ox the Phil Philippines.
ippines. Philippines. There were bo Knockdowns Mon
day night ss d'Agata, 31. main maintained
tained maintained his record of never having
been floored la 50 professional
fights.. However, Halimi' won all
rounds except four and those were
declared even, as his counter-;
punching offset d'Agata's pressing J
crowding anacz. ; ;

GAMBOA SOFTBALL' TOURNAMENT Lou Glud Agency ;;'Stars." champions of 'the 'l95
tournament Picture show BUI De La Mater,, captain ami manager of the "Stars" receivlmr
the' Championship Trophy after his ieam won the 1959 Garaboa Softball Tournament Mem1
bers of the team shown In the photograph are; (standing from left to rtehtl J Pescod A.'
Husted Jenner, B. Pe La Mater, B. Dunn, O. McArthur. V. Melant, and S. Catlet J Sittlmr -(from
left to right) L. Jones c. Giavelli. B St3ck. B. Lawyer and E. McArthui Not 'ta pit
ti're F. Cheney. The 1957 Gamboa Softball Tournament will be held on Saturday Am-il
13.. with the first games starting at 8:30 a.m." , (1

Police E dge Lincoln Life

To Clinch Lii lie

PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
PLAYOFF SERIES
Won Lost
v; 2 l
.. 1 2
Police v..
Lincoln Life
r
The defending
champions or
tho pacific Little League, re
tained their crown when the Po
lice won a 3 -to 2 victory : over
Lincoln Life;,
Good pitchlritf prevailed to
this last and deciding same. Ed
die' Wilder got '. the .nod and n
surprise starter and finisher for
Lincoln Life waa Jim Farna Farna-worth;
worth; Farna-worth; It was Farhsworthl ini
tial start of the season, and tne
assignment for tho crucial game
did not phase him one bit. He
was very cool and pitched a
commendable game. v-
' The wmner, Eddie wilder,' was
nrriii) nf h field on '.' the
shoulders of lils -fcammates. He
allowed only three hits, and tne
first inning outburst of the Linf
comUio did not ootner nun,
and he was getting stronger as
the game progressea. .;
Tho Police scored, their first
run In tho openlns; frame, when
two bobbles and a walk 'ac 'accounted
counted 'accounted for a marker. The Lin Lin-colns
colns Lin-colns came storming back, and
their leadof f man. and the series
leading batter. In the form of
Johnny joyner,, got a booming
double, advanced to third on a
fielder's ehoice, and scored on
Gene Beck's sacrifice fry. Louie
Frenth,' tho season homo run
kine. then clouted the ball out
of tho park for tho only homer
of the series. Right here. Wilder
nut on the brakes and blanked
the Lincoln ior uit oaiance m
the game. ')''':'
In the second Inning the Pc Pc-lico
lico Pc-lico again took tha lead and re retained
tained retained it for tho rest of tho con con-testpriester
testpriester con-testpriester got a single, Bud Buddy
dy Buddy Dempsey, marked up arlother
single, and warren Asnton un?
loaded a double, scoring two
markers. The came went on an
even keel until the final Inning
when both clubs threatened
After one out, Jim Riley pushed
a Texas Leaguer to ngni center,
and Wilder walked. A 1 bit of
stratesr on part of TJncolns
called for an Intentional walk to
tho long ball and ever-oanger-oua
Priester. with bases loaded
and two outs, and one strike on
Billy Catron, manager Riley
pulled some strategy of his own,
when he sent little Jeff Riley,
apparently to coax a walk, but
Farnsworth had other ideas, and
erased the batter on strikes.
In the last chance for Lin-
colns, the first two men went
down, and home-run swatter
French came un to the plate,
but tho Police were taking no
chances and walked. French to
get to Oeorjrt Case, who upset
the apple cart ny lasmng a
screaming double. With the tie tie-in
in tie-in run on third and the win
ning tally on, second. Tlmmv
Corngan gathered rarnswonn
hid- for a hit. and tossed to first
for tho fmal out to end one of
the most thrilling, and closely
played Paclflo Uttle League ae aeries.
ries. aeries. .. s .--
On Saturday morning, the
combined Uttle League and
Farm League of the Pacific Lit Little
tle Little Learue. will pay honor to the
newly-crowned champions at a
to the

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gala picnic and outing at Gam Gamboa.
boa. Gamboa. : ' : ,, f-
The box score;
Police 1
Dempsev Jhi: .".:':.'.
Ah r it
3 12
Asnton ss 3
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
Sebastian cf 2
rotter c V V-Riley
Riley V-Riley Jim rf
Corrlgan 2b
Wilder, p ...
Priester lb
Catron If
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Gold
By HERBERT MOJSf t',
Rainbow City!.' fitanlev'Ar
thur, had, Just JllecLbut to.' the
shortstop right ., behind (l the
pucner a mound, ending another
thrtlTpr nf tha nolnhnnt Vt,F
yjpen ujassnicauon 90 It ball
Jjeague. .. ...
The catch, aside from havlne
its game-ending effect, also
carried the Impact, of a-record
maker and a-league-cllnchlng
out. It ended the Cafe Bohio-
Rainbow City Stars game In the
Bohlo's favor. 3-2.
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This was the seventh conse consecutive
cutive consecutive win (a record) for the
Barmen. The seven straight Vic
tories at the beginning of a sea season
son season is a feat unheard of in the
six-year history of the league.
The recent win alsn nut th
Bohio Firefighters In a position
that would enable them to win
tho rjennant at tha siiohtaef
. w..M
weakening of the second-place
Balboa Beer or third-place RBC
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x-RUey -Jeff , ; 1 , .
Smith .If .
XrBatted for Catron
, ,t ,' JLincoin Life
Joyner J.,....' 2 1
Ostrea ss . i . . ; v. 3,0
Beck 2b.'., ,4.J 2 0
rrench 3b ; ..-2 1
Case c ..L.,,.:, 3 0
Farnsworth p ... 3 0
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O.Fernandez If ;:... 1 0
1 Bowman lb ,.;.i..-. lvo
.'OjEngelke L.' cf 2 .ft

Dust
I Cerveza Balboa has a 4-and-l
record, with six games left to
play, while, RBC Stars have fivo
left with-n -and-S. To win or or-even
even or-even tie the high-frying Bohio
team. Balboa would have to wiitr
fivor.-of their -six remaining remaining-games
games remaining-games while the'- RBC Stars v
would have to win all five- of
the games scheduled. Sgt Walk Walkers
ers Walkers and his Firefighters are sit sitting
ting sitting pretty (as the saying goes)
as they have two games on tarj
with the, weak sisters of th
league and victories in these
games would Insure their ior?
title. . .i-.w.ir..

League headauarten made it I

known that the first-place tro-
Piy is already on the Isthmus

and will be on display In Colon i
from next Monday. Second place
trophy will be donated bv tha

popular ; Panama- City : sports sportsman.
man. sportsman. Stanford Graham. On tho
list of donors to the leaarue aro
Jacobo "Baby" Salas. manageT manageT-owjier.of
owjier.of manageT-owjier.of Panama's Oficina Mo-'
derna and Rodolfo (Flfi) Tom.
one of Panama's top basketball
coaches.
WomehYSoflball
Tourneyalur 5;
Al SahlaCrurv
Plans for ; the annual 'all-da?
tournament were announced
this week by the Pacific Worn-,
eft's Softball League. The spon sponsor
sor sponsor of this vearlv affair stated
that this year's event will bo
weld on Saturday. April 6 at tho
Santa Crui. Playwound with
game time set at t a.m. I ;
An overflow crowd Is expected
ss In the past year to witness
thr excellent outspoken sports sportsmanship
manship sportsmanship .ability In Women's.
Softball .'
Teams scheduled to partici participate
pate participate are last veai1 tournament
winners and the "57 champions,:
Jose French's Gmboaiw con con-solution
solution con-solution winners Orvem Balboa
under the JedersHn nf Icm Oe Oe-let.
let. Oe-let. the TJvnll Motors NCO NCO-Wlve
Wlve NCO-Wlve from Albrcok rnensed by
Sft. Rv Fecteeu. 195.chrn 195.chrn-oionw
oionw 195.chrn-oionw Alfredrr A 'em an Jr. skip skippered
pered skippered bv PYroi A1fx1 nd n ex expected
pected expected entry from the Atlantic
Si(e. .' i
.The Pacific Women's Softball
League throneh t.hl medium ex-
tendt a cordial ivlttn to ell
nortfl frn on the Isthmus to
attend thi aTnectari inKeeful
event Mi-h W" wWNt tha fin
est in )dle snftbT plavmi? en-
' ip he o-nai Tone and th
Republic of Panama. f

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A.C Has Most Point Scoring
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THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1957

Gea

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Great Albrook Track Strength
NoV' Evfdent In Field Events

The great trength that Albrook

snoweg in ine lnaamuuai, true, ei
vents is not evident in the field at

411. It is estimated that tne Myers
will pick no 20 points from Jthe

100, both hurdles,, and mile, while
in the shot, discus, broad jump,
high jump, and pole, vault they
will find .the going much tougher.

: This is fine for. Joe Fan as it

" means the team competition in the
Balboa Relays this Friday will be
, something less than a runaway;
ThIs;rof course, will x. make ; for
more spirited performances by the

scantuy ciaa tracK-ana ueia men
Friday night as they. take, part in
what is haping up as .one of the

finest meets in' the 8 year history
of the Relays.-,' -';
Provided all the performers for

the A.C put m an appearance,
this gang -should1, take a major
share of the points in the field e e-vents.
vents. e-vents. In the high jump they
should get 8 points, plus 3 in the
broad jump, 3 in the discus, and 1

each in the snot ana vault tor
total of 19 important points.

In the high jump Tony Giraldez

of the A.C. has been flirting with
6 feet for the past two weeks,, and
should set it tomorrow. If he does

it wiE be good enough :to win, for

there is no one in the crowd go gong
ng gong to approach Bob Gibson's rec

ord of 6 ft. 2Va in., not even Draw Drawer
er Drawer Noel Gibson. Word has It that

Noel ha been tied up- with base

ball and hasn't been able to get
much, work irt for the Relays. i
The pole vault is probably the
most difficult event in the entire
program to forevast. Curtis Jeff Jeff-eries,
eries, Jeff-eries, current record holder right

around 12 feet, is entered, but is

a doubtful starter, With jeiferies

out of Were. tt becomes a wide o-

pen event.

Bill Jankbvich, (Army ac), To-

ny oiraiaez iavI, dui nuvuM

and Kennv Fulleton of BHS. and

Gerry Chudv (Albrook) are all

better than 10 foot vaulters, and
all are in good shape and ready
to bo. Chudv has shown the most

imorovement of the group,- but

Halvosa and Fulleton have clear-

8 in. Taking strictly and educated

guess it will nmsn wnn ruuewra
on top, and Jankovich,. Geraldez,
Halvosa, and Chudy tied for sec second.
ond. second. The third of the jumps, the long
hop, has one of the few top heavy
choices in the entire meet. He is
Bill Jankovich of the Army Pac.
Provided ha doesn't wear himself
too fine by competing in too ma many
ny many events, Ae should take thhr
vent, and might even get the meet
record of 21 ft. llu In. held by
Noel Gibson. Janklvieh is the on

ly jumper in the field known to

have bettered 21 feet this vear

Right behind him will come Bill

McKeown of the- A.C, He h i s
beed between 20 and 21 feet, about
10 different times, this year, which
puts him out of Teach of. any oth other
er other boys, Third place is a real toss
up with Charlie Detore of CHS;
John Clark of Albrook, Lee Gatlin

oi Army Pacific, Boston Hau and

However, If the old pro, Noel

Gibson jumps,, he gets the .-ealli
unless it, runs in the family .and
younger brother Bill can s edge
him. -Noel is-entered and gets the

nod. but there is some- question

about his broad jumping due1 to
Iflclr nf. miffiMonf rnnHitlOnintri .1

If Bill Gibson cant be counted

as a real contender in tne oroad

jump, it certainly isn't true of the

discus. He nas neen entremeiy
consistent at better than 135 feet,

with his best toss being 145 ft. i
in, which is better that the Relays
record, by about 3 inches. If Gib

son is oh. no one isgoing to push

him too close.

When you get past Gibson, how

ever, things, aren't so- clear, Kay
Nickisher of the" A.C. looks "like

the best bet for second with Jacque

Gavrilys of Albrook right in there.

Lawerence Reeves, Jim Fulton,

John Tucker, or Vic Higgins might

get in there but it isn't consider

ed m uKeiy. ; ..-&

Charlie Morris, top shot putter

in the Canal Zone interschoiastic

League with a heave of 51 ft. 104
in. is picked to win the iron ball

tossing event, and only Lawrence

Reeves of the Army Pac. is given
an honest chance of beating him.

These two should both be over 50
feet, and another 6 will be over 48

feet. It should take about 49 and

half to get the third spot and Tuc

ker of the A.C, seems to fill the
bill better than Cary Roth of 20th
Inf., Bob Fearon of BHS, Higgins
(JO. Nickisher (AC), or Clark of

Albrook.

As mentioned, the A.C. should

collect 18 points in these five e
vents. Army Pacific 9, Junior Col

lege 7, bhs 6, chs 5, and Al

brook 2. Add these to what the

teams picked up in the track e
vents -and it comes out with Al

brook 22, A.C. 19, Army Pac. 13,
CHS 9, BHS 8, JC 7, and Coco

Solo Marines 3.

The final article of this series

will deal with the 4 relay events

In the meantime fans are remind reminded
ed reminded tknr tun avoid- a Wait in line

by gettmr tneir reiay ticxets

irom one oi, uie ooys seeing mem

at Balboa or uiamo bervlce Cen

ters any night this week.

From -what has been predicted
for the Balboa Relays thus far
the Athletic Club has most 1 of
the point' scoring power. In. the

field events, while Albrook will

pick up a majority of the points
in the individual track events:
It Is time then,' to give a close
look at the. four relays that will

complete the card for the eighth

annual Balboa Relays to be run
this Friday night at Balboa Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, m last year's running of
the relays, Albrook t, ran ,, away
with : the title caitscortog' their
nearest-rival, the A.C by 20
points. This year, ,no uch runa runaway
way runaway lOOms.rs'j.si.vM,;-; tfi i
. The Flyers from Albrook did
not win a. relay ; event ,last
-year, .but thinss look different
for them Friday night. Albrook
and Balnea High should be
after each other throughout
the evening in the Relays, as
both teams have baton pass pass-'inr
'inr pass-'inr quartets that can win in
any or all of the relays.
Balboa's Bulldogs-are the de

fending champs In. the two

sprint relays, the quarter and

nail mile events. The Albrook

team of Anemone. Scott, Mes

call, and Ouldet has defeated
the high school this year In the

44U reiay witn a time oi 48.2.

The best time BHS has been

able to' make Is 47.0 with a team

of Rivera, More, Winklosky. and

French, with Owen Sutherland

out due to the recurrence of

lee injury. It Is doubtful If the

Bulldogs can make up the .8 of

second tney need to overhaul

tne Flyers.

Almost any one of the bther

seven teams m the race could
win the third spot, but If the

Army pacific group or Gordon.

Gatlin, Chaplin, and Jankovich

is m any kind of condition, they

snouia gee tne bronze tropnies.

EDITORS: This is the 14th in
a series' on the 1957 prospects of
the major league clubs.
By LEO H. PETERSEN
ORLANDO, 'Fla. (UP)' The
Washington Senators are the most

Newcomer Leo Krziza and old

timer Les Loga, with 44 each
rantureri a. t,i for first nlan at

forlorn looking major league club Pedro Miguel's new trap rang

Gun Club Ndtes

in Florida and the way ..they stack
up now,, not even an act of Con Congress
gress Congress could keep' them out of the
American League cellar.

No one is -more conscious of the

Sunday. W. E. Jones,, H. Leisy
and Bill Brand! were in on tne
prize money in the above order!
Maury Holmes and Capt. Hay 4

cream or u,e .ones scatter gur.

shortcomings of the club than its ners, strolled In a bit too late to
manager. Chuck Dressen. Last I participate in the above. A this

Fastlich League

SECOND HALF STANDINGS

Team

W L Pet GB

Ocelot ,. .. 6 1 .857

raiomas .. .... 0 2 -ou vt
Conejos t. .. .. 4 4 .500 2z

Pumas .... .. 4 4 .500 2Y2
Macaws .. .. .. 2 7 .222 5
Pericoa, ., .. .. ; 5 .187 4ft

' Ocelots Trounce Macaws 13-3
The Ocelots, with an eye on
tomorrow's game with the Palo Palo-'
' Palo-' mas, turned; the pitching' as assignment
signment assignment ovef to Reynolds and
he came up with his third
straight win In the second half
as the Ocelots defeated the Ma Macaws
caws Macaws 13-3 Wednesday afternoon
at the Fastlich Teenage ball dia diamond.
mond. diamond. :: K--'
-. : ; 1
.McGowih started for the Ma Ma-eavs
eavs Ma-eavs but-was relieved by SUe

lau, wno iirosned the game, In

me secona. ,.'.

The Ocelots led 6-3 when they

nm tn hnt In t.h fnnrth and

crossed the plate on single hy
Vaughn, Anderson, J, Morris,
Reynolds and Ammlratl nlus four

'walks. They scored three In the

nrst on a single by Vaughn and

.r.ve walks, two in second on

double by J. Morris and one in

the third on four walks.

The Macaws scored one In the

third on a single by Des Londe.

KalV- anI a ajrilrf mty.h I XInr-

ns and vaugnn divided batting
honors with, two-for three for

the Ocelots. For the Macaws, Des
Londes had a perfect day with
two for two. ;
Fans are cordially Invited to
tttend the teenage ball games
held every week-day afternoon

at icur tnirty at the Fastlich
Teenage Ball Park. There Is no
charge for the game.
The box score;

In the longer of the two sprint

Daion carrying races, tne Bun

dogs have posted a time of 1:3B.-

50. This time has been good

enough to win In the Relays on

tnree aurerent occasions and it

win oe wiuun a second 01 win.

nig time this year. The high

school team of Winklosky, Tooth

man, frencn, and More should
do the trick Friday night and

noia oir me strong Dia irom the

AiorooKfteam 01 Truiant. Sac

kett, Scott, and Guidet. Again

tnn rnira spot is wide open, and
will go to the military team that

is in tne best condition, if the
Army pacific got the shorter of
the two races, the Coco Solo Ma

rines are.talgamejfo? thls third

Macaw
Ctirriean, L. 3b ....

Law.'er 2b 1
Thompson ss 2
Corrigan. E..c 1

Watts cf ; 2

McGowin n. 3h 2

Carrol rf 1

Steiner rf ....,..tj

PesLbndes If 2

Oakley If

Stiei&u lb,
Chase. 2b ..

Devore lb

Ab R

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The medley relay, with legs of

u, zzu, zm, ana bhu, in,tnat or order,
der, order, should nrove on'of the real

thrillers of the evening. BHS

and Albrook again figure prom prominently
inently prominently here, but this time there
is a real sleeper from the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Side in the auartet reore-

sentlnsr the coco Solo Marines.
With Leesely Noel running the
anchor 880, this team made' up
a 100 deficit to defeat' 1. rood

CHS team in a practice run the

other day, ;

On the other hand? both BHS

ana Aioroos: can put roys in tne
first three legs that will give

meir teams a sisabit lead on

the Mannes by the time the an.
chor man latches onto the ba

ton. BiU Holt of BHS has defeat

ed all comers in the 880 with a
fine time of 2:08.9 and he has
the stuff to hold off any half half-miler
miler half-miler seen running for Albrook

mis year. The Bulldogs should
get first, the Marines will edge

Aioroos: 1 or second and the Fly
ers will get the third position.

CLOSIE Franclsqul,to (No. 2) barely lasts to withstand the
powerful closing rush of Fru Fru in last Sunday's fifth race

f at the President Remon, racetrack. Alfredo Vasquez rode the
.winner while Jose' Maria (Chema) Avila was aboard Fru Fru.
Thrilling finishes like this one are commonpla6eat the mod modern'
ern' modern' racing plant.- Improvements' to be added by new' manager
Pablo, A. (Papi) Thayer are sure to glve -the. fans even more
fprmful racing.

Farrell Beams Because
Indians 'GettiiifliRiiiTs'

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NEW YORK, April t-i (UP) spring at thelt Tamp& base

Manager Kerbv Farrell is' beam

lng for the first time this spring
today because the Cleveland In

dians finally are "getting tne

runs'' he says they need to make

a strong bid for the American

League pennant. v

"We know we've got tne
nlffhlnr" uM tha rnokl nilnt

Vt the beginning of spring
graining. "We've got to, find

out, tnougn, wneiner we re

a-ftnna ret tne runs."

I The Indians' attack sputtered

nunousiy uiroagn tne wiy
part of the exhibition season
but It "rot hot" week ago

and has been peppering ene

my pitching ever flnce. ; The patters.

: ST O R M
1 CENTER"

SENSATIONAL!

' ail at a fe.a.Aaa.

j ooon EtLLA VISTA

KIDNEYS MUST
(LEAH OUT ACIDS
Tew bdr c)mii nt zca acM(
fend yniaonooa tutn in four biw4

throur BilltMii f tirrr iloat kM-
tubas ar Altera. If powona In tha
i.idnr B4-r malca ytra waiter
tram GtUnf tip Nifhta, Hmwtntn,
L( Paina, Circlet Vo4 Eraa. Back Back-aciia.
aciia. Back-aciia. Aealnc Joints, Afftdliy or Wtfrn Wtfrn-ir.(
ir.( Wtfrn-ir.( aaaMra. dua ta tha oaad M a
4iurt4 attnoauiL try Cratas. Oaa

ut aawonoaa aetda or iaf crm,

Engelke 2b

Morris, R.- 3b

Ocelots

Morris, J. c 8

Reynolds

Ammirati ss .,
Anderson lb ...
Dombrowskl cf
Price If

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Invent of the program, the same

0 iwu Kimi are going 10 oe oat oat-0tllnf
0tllnf oat-0tllnf It out lap for lap. Albrook

1 iui ona wm oe in tne trucK 01

the struggle, with Cristobal the

tnird team. BHS ran off and hid
from the Tigers In the recent
Triangular meet with the best

time mis year of 8:40.$.

Indians rolled to- their sixth

straight victory ye s erday
when they pounded the New
Turk jpiant&wvlS-(.vaB4 .nW
fetave 'averaged S.Sifuns
fme for six eontets. t,
The feature of the Tribe's lat-

est battinsr splurge was a. nine-

run, aeventh-lnnins' rally, cli

maxed by Rocky coiavito's two two-run
run two-run homer, oene Woodllng and

Joe Altobelli also homered tn a

12-hit attack that, raised the

Indians' spring record to 13 vic victories
tories victories and -nine' defeats; 1

The Chicago White Sox. an

other team which hopes o up

set the pre-season dope in the

American League,' celebrated
their final appearance of the

by

beating the; .New. v York Yankees.

8-4. Rookie Jim Landls paced
the White Sox' 11 -hit attack
with his third homer ot the
spring and a .single. -.The Yan Yankees
kees Yankees now have split' 24 exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition games.
Harvey Haddix, a pbtential 20 20-game
game 20-game winner, spun three-hit
ball for five Innings and knock

ed In all his 1 team's 1 runs with a iex-Yankee who had a 3-12 record

year the Senators finished sev

enth. 38 games behind the Yan

kees; but seven games in front of

the Kansas City. Athletics, ures

sen won't say so, but he would: be

happy to finish seventh again.

He tabs his catching as the

"strongest department we have."

One of his receivers, 'Clint Court

ney, is being sought by the White

sox. The other two are .d t itz-

gerald and Lou Berberet. Fitz

gerald 'batted .304 last season,

Courtney an even .300 and Ber Berberet,
beret, Berberet, who could win the No.
job, .261.
Wants Batter Pitching
He is hoping for improvement
in his pitching staff -which num numbers
bers numbers Chuck, Stobbs (15-15), Pedro
Ramos 12-10), Camilo Pascual
(8-16) and Ted Abernathy, who
was sent down to Louisville last
season after winning only one
game while losing three with
Washington.

"Pascual shpuld be a lot betler
and I think Abernathy is really
going to help," Dressen said.
"And Ramos can beat the Red
Sox."
Ramos beat them six times last
season while losing to them only
once.

Behind those four, he Is bank

ing on two rookies to come

through. They are Dick Hyde, a

15-game winner with Chattanooga,
and Garland Shifflett, who won 11
at Charlotte.

Then there are Bob Chakales, a

Cleveland cast-off whose record
was 4-4 with Washington last sea season;
son; season; southpaw Bob Wiesler, the

became apparent, both were the
center qI popularity at once, ei either
ther either could have won even-. n

beauty contest, then and thereJ
From then on the lesser shots
proceeded to have a field day all
their own.
1 i' -'
In a later handicap round cap
Hay, with his old bacon gittcr,
konked 23 birds, just to serve

..
V n

notice,, hell be In top condition
for the' state series, soon to
come. st.
; The scores follow:
1 : -! ,'
'Led Krziza '.;. ill
..Lea Loga :.....,..,.'.;. 44 1
W E Jones ......jr..x'43
.H.iT.;Leisy .....r,.,,,,. 42
BUI Brandl ...,....,.ti.
i-Lee carr 40
Wro. Cunningham K., 39 I
Wm. Kilgallen , ... -34
J. A. Jones . i,. ,. .'. ,T, 33.
v
Special' Handicap Shoot )
-..:;...v. .. ,. :. .; J
Capt I. O. Hay 23 22 yds.
, Bill Brandl 22 10 yds. '
Lee carr 1018 yds.
W. E. Jones 19 19 yds, ?'
M. Holmes 19-19 yds. i

; 11 j' 1 b1. i 1 x. 1 y ; ;;

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

yaEKacicitestiQj

bases-loaded double as the

Philadelphia Phillies downed the
Boston Red Sox. 3-1. The Red

rSox scored their run off the lit

tle left-hander in the third in inning
ning inning when Frank. Malzone sin

gled and Haddix 'walked three

The Detroit Tigers scored

three runs in the 10th inning
to beat the St. Louis Cardi Cardinals,
nals, Cardinals, 8-5, drsplte.tbe fact that
Stan Muslal raised nig spring,
average to' .469 with a homer
and a single. Ear) Torgeon's
triple, three singles and a
passed ball by Hobie Landrlth
enabled the Tigers to score
their three tallies in the 10th.
The Pittsburgh Pirates ended

a run of 27 1-3 scoreless innings
against Kansas City pitching
when they scored in the seventh

inning and went on to defeat
the Athletics, 2-0. Frank Thom Thomas
as Thomas singled home the run that
broke the scoreless duel and

Johnny powers homered in the

Bob Feller Thinks
Indians Will Finish
Second Or Third

JACKSONVILLE, LU. (UP)
Bobby Leller thinks his. old nv.

land Indian teammates will finish

second or third this season despite
brilliant pitching by- Herb Score

and Bob Lemon and that the
Yankees will meet Milwaukee in

the World Series.
Feller, now retired, made the

predictions Tuesday on a yisit 9:30 Friday when the final

As no other team has been

known to have approached this
time, the Bulldogs should take
their third relay title of the

nignt, witn si quartet of Laeas.
sie. Holt, French, and Wlnklns

ky. Albrook will take th. second

piace iropnies, ana the CHR Ti

gers will r;t the number three

spot.
. WKh an the thirteen events
flruree In new, ft should shew
the Albrook team la first with
34 points, BHS teeendi wtth
and tn order A.C. wKh 19. Ar Army
my Army Pacific and CHS with 19
each, an the Coca Sol Ma Marines
rines Marines ane Junta CoDr re with
seven each.
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This is the way it looks on pa

per. It wont be known how ac accurate
curate accurate this has heen until about

a'SlTiratte atlmaiant for Ktdntya

M-h aooltta ar4 ernima irritation la
P'addar a4 vrinary ayatem. Cyataa
HH rlva tos eotri)t aafiafatVna and

an ea tha mdtcina jrm wd. Aak
ywmt inttl t Cratas tortar

here to promote a baseball youth

program. .....

Score should win more than 20

games ana 1 tmnx you could ssy
be is worth the million dollar

Boston offered tor him." said fel

ler. "I presume Score will make
$500,000 for himself and .another

5 million dollars for his club in
baseball. And I guess that makes
a mta worth a million."

But, although he sees Cleveland
finishing in the "top three," Fel Feller
ler Feller thinks the Yankees will win
the American League ptaant
"unleir Mickey Mantle and Yogi
Berra get caught on a clothes clothesline."
line." clothesline." As for himself. Feller, now in
the insurance business, said. "I

events of the Balboa 7? e lavs are

betnr finished on the track and
In the field at Balboa stadium.
The big show will actually ret
under way as early as :is Fri

day evening when the field
events will be called. By 8:30 the
qualifying, races In the TOO. high
hurdles, and low hurdles will be
ran, and the efflciaJ ooenina-

ceremony will start at 7:20.
Immediately upon completion
of this event the 1957 Relays
win start with the first final
event, the 120 yard high hurdles.
From then on thrills and action
will come In rapid fire order a

tne fans win see more actual

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Dean Stone, 5-7 last year. Dick
Brodowski, the ex-Red Sox hurler
who won 11 at Louisville last year,
also may stick.
Dressen has Pete Runnels on
first base and he will start the
season there with the weak-throwing
Roy Sievers in left field. Ed Eddie
die Eddie Yost will be at third.
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Jose Valdivielso, a slick fielder
but poor hitter; Jerry Snyder, an
infield spare last season and Lyle
Luttrell are battling for the short

stop berth with Herb Plews back
at second.

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and batted in 96 runs for Wash Washington
ington Washington last year will start in right.
But center field is a problem be

cause between Sievers and Lem

on, Dressen really needs s ball
hawk, for both are from good

fielders.

Karl Olson, whom the Red Sox
gave up on: Whitey Herzog, who

hit only .245 with Washington last

year, and Jerry Schoonmaker, a
bonus player, are the leading cen center
ter center field candidates.

ninth for the Pirates' other run.
Bob Kuzava and rookies Don
Klldoo and Clarence Churn
hurled the shutout for the Buci
Roy. Sievers, Jim Lemon and
Clint Courtney homered off
Warren Hacker in the fourth in in-n'ng
n'ng in-n'ng to spark the Washington
Senators to a 4-3 victory over
the Cincinnati Redlegs in the
opener of a nine-game tour.
Wally Post homered for the Red Red-leg.
leg. Red-leg. who had Ous Bell leading

! off for the first time this spring.

Tne Brooklyn Dodgers ana
Milwaukee Braves played to a
10-inning, 2-2 tie in the other
game. Bobby Thomson r.nd
Johnny Logan homered off Don
Newcombe to produce the
Braves' runs while Big Newk

walloped a homer for the Na National
tional National League champions. Lcgan

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THURSDAY, APRIL- 4, 1957
CLASS I
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" J -this space si.F or ale ;
- FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE i-040
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, THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR'JNFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740

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Houses Apartments t:

FOR RENf: .Chalet In Golf
Heights,, eortntitely "furnished.
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, hot
; water. Call 2-2975.
i FOR SALE: Selling now a a-:
: a-: partmwit furniture due to trip,
i Option to the apartment. Jero-
nimo de la Ossa, Avenue No. 10
pt. 14. 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Resorts
Reserve. NOW. Inexpensive tat
,., isfying vacations Santa Clara
' Beach. Shrapne1' furnished
houses. Phone Balboa 1772.
POSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach bouse. One mile past Ca-
sine. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. de P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apart apart-ments
ments apart-ments at Santa Clara Beach,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3681.
Commercial Sites
; OFFICES FOR RENT: For
. immediate occupancy 3 offices
' each of from 55 to 60 m2. Will
rent all or 'Separately. Rent
, i includes air conditioning-light,
. water, janitof -service and
- nicht watchman. Ideal loca-
tion on Panama. Bay. Corner
of 32nd street, and Balboa Ave
within a few blocks of New
National City' Bank anl' Banco
' Nacional Buildings, Telephone
V 3 0238.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room
to bachelerv Estudianto street
No. 14-39 apt. 3.
Funeral Services
TomorroWqr Lale
ThomasMettU
f; runerai ssimmm
at 9 a.m. tomorrow 31n the? Sa Sacred
cred Sacred Heart gbapelln Ancon foT
Thomas E. Lewi 17. Itormer res resident
ident resident of the Canal Zone. The
'services will be conducted by the
Rev. Michael Wye ana wiu De
lollowed by burial in Corozal
, Cemetery.

The vouth was killed March
' 23 in an automobile accident in
i I Casablanca. Morocco, where his
. father. Roland J. Lewis, former
- Canal Zone police officer, is now
a civilian employe of the Air
; Force.
, The Lewis family left the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone in 1951 for Texas and
!ince 1955 have been living in
- jCasablanca.
In addition to his parents the
bov is survived by two brothers.
St. John M. Lewis, stationed at
' Forbes Air Force Base in Kan Kansas.
sas. Kansas. James Patrick, and a sister
' Lvdla Olivia. An uncle. Robert
Bvrne. lx employed with the
Panama Canal commissary divi-
' sion.
The entire family came to the
Isthmus to attend the funeral
services.

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ATTENTION, 0. 1.1 Just buitri:

moder. furnished apartments, I
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 6 closets, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St.
East No. 2-ol. Phono 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Apartment one
bedroom, living room, dining,
room, kitchen, and bath in Be Bella
lla Bella Vista, facing Urrca Park."
For information call 2-1958. Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. FOR RENT: Furnished decor decorators
ators decorators droam 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
Panama Hotel.
FOR RENT: Nicely turn turn-ished
ished turn-ished Apartment with Refri Refrigerator.
gerator. Refrigerator. Porch, parlor-dining-room
j kitchen, bedroom.
Screened. Tiled. $55.00. Apply
112 Via Belisario Pofras near
Roonevelt Theater.
FOR RENT: New apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Livingroom, diningroom,
2 bedrooms, bathroom, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, porch, screened, lots of
water. Via Porras No. 64, on
the right. Telephone 3-1863w
FOR RENT: Large one bed
room apartment in "La Joya"
building, one bedroom, Jiving
room, kitchen, dinette, bath
room, dry closets, largo porch
completely screened and new newly
ly newly painted. Rent B.65.00 Tel.
Panama 2-0027 or 3-0763.
FOR RENT: At El Cangre Cangre-jo,
jo, Cangre-jo, screened furnished 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, hot water
near transportation. Price $70. $70.-Available
Available $70.-Available at once. Tel. 3-4644
from 2 to 4 p.m. or 3-0741 from
4 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
apartment living, diningroom
garage. Eusebio 'A. Morales
Ave., El Cangrejo. Reasonable
price," Call 3-7138.
FOR RENT:- Furnished' a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, recently painted, 1
bedroom, porch, and yard in independent,
dependent, independent, Via Espana 1 2021.
Telephone 2-3056 or 3-0749.
FORJiEN giving .roem,
bedroom, dinette-kitchen. Ac Accessible
cessible Accessible to. Canal Zone. Next
street from 4th of July Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. Calle Darlen No. 14-21.
'Temptress Team'
Tried To Trap Red
Athletes Moscow
. .WASHINGTON (UP) American
officials today laughed off Moscow
charges that the United States em employed
ployed employed a team of temptresses in a
dastardly attempt to subvert Red
athletes during the recent Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Games.
"How silly can they get?" one
official said. "Moscow would have
the world believe that Russia's
super-men not only competed in
the athletic events but avoided the
hazards of women as well."
The Soviet Lietrary Gazette
charges that Allen W. Dulles,
chief of the Central Intelligence
Agency, used fancy women to en ensnare
snare ensnare their athletes.
Dulles was reported to have got
ten a big laugh out of the charge.
oarticularly when he was asked
by other goveriment officials for
a peek at his Mata Hari corps.
Dulles, the paper said, em employed
ployed employed "young women" who of
fered the Russian athletes a "good
time' and tried to "kidnap" them.
But, the Gazette said, "the
American 'kidnap' masters Were
quickly convinced that this was
immeasurably more difficult than
i stealing Youngsters from baby
(carnages in a New York park."
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
Vnited SUIct DHtrlct Court For
The Dtatrtn o( The Col Zone
Balboa Division
in the Matter of the Adoption of
Susan Marie L a n g e. Albert Francis
Lang, ill. Terrene William Lange Jay
David Lane.. Patrice Marie Lang
minors under the age ot 14 years vs
Albert Frnci Lange. Jr.. Defendnnt.
Civil No 447S Citation Petition for
Adoption.
To Albert Francis Lange Jr.
You are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone. Di-
vision of Balboa, at the Courtroom
Ancon. Canal Zone on the 5 day of
June. 157. at oclock In Ih. forenoon
of that day. then and there to show
rauae. if any you have, why Robert
Dean Wallace should not be permitted
to adopt the minors above rimH
Susan Marie Lance. Albert Francis
Lama m. Terrene William Lance. Jay
Darn Lane and Patriot Mart Lanre
Wttnea the Honorable Outhrie F
i Crowa. Jodce. United State Dittrirt
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 7 Vt of March. 157.
C. T. Mrrr-rk. Jr.
Clerk of Court
(Sealr
try s 1e! JL Harrsoa
Deouty Clerk
Tor Albert Prancai Lance, Jr
Th fbregoirtc etutioa is served tnv
on rou bv pqMh-ariasi pursuant to the
r fl r of the; Honorable Guthrie T
Crowe. Jadce. United States Dttnct
Court for the Bwtrtct at the Canal
Z-e. d.ted the n day of Marrh. 1:.
and en'onr r filed of record in fMs
tim an the office of the Clerk of the
t'ni'- SUM IVstrfct Court. Divtsri
- aiaJboa, on the 17 dy of March.

LEAVE YOUR 'AD WITH ONE OF OUR
INTERNAL. OE FUBLICACIONES No. 3

BARDO No. 28 "B" Street at MORRISON 4th 'of Jlllv Ave. A J St.. a, t.EWlS

FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue

VAN-DER-JIS SO Street tio. 63 a FARMACIA EL BATUBBO Paique Leleyra

the Bella Vteta Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Plymouth Bel Bel-vedere
vedere Bel-vedere Sport Coupe 1954 Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. Two-tone, Radio,
W-S-W Tires, Tinted Wind Windshield.
shield. Windshield. Directional Lights, -First
$1,200 Takes It. Leaving
For U.S. Call 83-4257 or 83-1
2119.
FOR SALE: 1952 Packard
4 dr. Patrician Sedan. Call 82 82-5210
5210 82-5210 Ft. Amador.
FOR SALE:-- Brand new Fiat
600, 1957. Won at a raffle. Sill
at Agency. Will sell at much
lower price actually listed.
Call Panama 3-4512 or 3-4773.
FOR SALE: 1947 Chrysler 4
door sedan $225.-, 148-B. Gatun.
FOR SALE: 1951 Dodge Cor Coronet
onet Coronet Convertible $550.00. Gatun,
fire station.
FOR SALE: 1952 Mercury 2 2-door
door 2-door hard top, automatic trans
mission, radio, $725.00. Call
Amador 5255 before 4 p.m, or
Crundu 7226 after 4 p.m. ..,
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick su super
per super 4 door sedan, A-1 condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone, Balboa ..2-2652
,make an offer or ask my pri
ce, see at 1515B Akee St. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa after 4:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Four door 1949
"Chrysler Windsor. .Tubeles
tires, flued drive, radio, nylon,
seat covers, motor in good con
dition. Price for Quick: "sale
$350.00, Phone 474 Colon.0
FOR SALE: Late 1951 Stud
baker Commander 5 passen passenger
ger passenger Starlite coupe, V-8 engine,
automatic transmission, origi original
nal original owner, low mileage. See at
5359 Diablo Heights, phono 2 2-2195.
2195. 2-2195. FOR SALE: 1953 Buick spe special
cial special Rivera. Call Cristobal 3-
2877.
Mr. Pontiac and Cadillac ow owner
ner owner why don't you have a cer certified
tified certified Service, Garage Johns-0
ton look affer'your repais and
maintenance. ..Phone .456-A
16th. Melendez, adjoining Civa
'de Colon S. A. .'
LIFE Uf&JJUJSCE
"call
JIM RIDGE -i -u
General Anent :
Gibraltar life Ins. Co-.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
TRANSP9RTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 22562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jumping Classes dairy
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
CHILDREN & GENERAL
DENTISTRY
Dr..B- Ettenmann
aV
Dr. C. E. Fabrega
C.Z Dental-Medical Polycllnle
Tivoll (4 ef July) Ave. 21AJ4
(opposite Ancon School playground)
TeL S-ZOll Panama
"Slim Tone figure down"
BOD REDUCING
MeLevjr Machine. Mauage
Steam Bath male ana female
Medical belts, orth braces.
ORTOPEDIA NACIONAL
58 Av. Jotto Aroeemene S-2211
Dr. 8CHOLX trained Chiropodta
SAN BLAS
EXCURSION
April 14 $17.50 each
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
SERVICE
"B" St. 7-27 Tel. 2-1661
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES Or AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zona
Balboa Division
In the Matter of the Adoption of
David Wayne Peeks a minor under the
age of M years v.
fendarrt. Civil No. 44C2. ClUtion Peti Petition
tion Petition for Adoption.
To: Albert Peek
before the United State District Court
(or (ha District of the Canal Zone. Di
I District of trie uui hk, lji lji-ate
ate lji-ate hereby required to appear
tlA United Statea District Court
vmi herebr reauired to
w
Ior the District ot the Canal Zone, Di
vision of BalDoa. ai n louniwii
Ancon, Canal Zone, on th day ot

June, 1957. at f o'clock hi the Tore Tore-noon
noon Tore-noon of that day. then end there to
show cause. If any you have, why Al Al-vin
vin Al-vin L. R. Steeneck should not be per permitted
mitted permitted to adopt the minor above nam named.
ed. named. David Wayne Peeks.
Witness honorable Guthrie T. Crowe.
Judce. United Statea Division Court for
the District af th Canal Zone, this 1
Clerk of Court
'(Seal)
" .I F. Rarrlaea
-Deputy Clerk
To: Albert Peeks
The fore coins; citation b erved up upon
on upon yon by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie T.
Crowe, Judce. fnrted Statea Dtstrtct
Court for the District of the Canati
Zone, dated the ZS day ot Marcft, 1T57.
and entered and filed of record in this
action an the office of the Clerk of the
United States District Court. Division
n4 Balboa, lot If sir at March.
1S7.
C. T. McC orwilrk. Jr.
' ; Clerk of Court

AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT M-3t "H" 8TBEET; FANAMA LIBRERIA
Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 a) LOUBDKS PHARMACY

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de
Miscellaneous
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 home or Clayton
2258 office.
FOR SALE: Bargain. Leav Leav-:
: Leav-: ing Isthmus, store on Central
XAvenue. Write Box 992,. Pana-
JIM. v
FOR SALE: Horses Pane Pane-ma
ma Pane-ma Riding School. Good Jump Jump-,
, Jump-, ers and gentle saddle horses.
Call 2-2451 or Ft. Clayton 2262
- after 4:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Shakespear and
Conolon heavy duty spinning
rods, detachable handle, regui
lar $29.50 now $20.00. Ny lures
regular 65 cents now 45 cents.
Ted Williams heavy spinning
rods, without detachable han handle,
dle, handle, regular $28,50 now $21.50.
Every thing for the fisher fisherman,
man, fisherman, boatsman athlete and
skin diver. 20 per cent to 30
per cent cash discount. ABER ABER-NATHY
NATHY ABER-NATHY SPORTING GOODS,
across side street EI Panama
Hotel. Telephone 3-6895.
FOR SALE: 24 inch RCA,
TV, 10 months old. Call Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 86-7284. A-i
FOR SALE: Band taw po power
wer power hachsaw with stand and
motor; Doublebed, spring and
' m arrets; desk; buffet; table;
other household articles. 6356 6356-B
B 6356-B Madronal St. Los Rios.
PKone Bal. 4217. ...
FOR SALE: Just arrived.
RU-MER, Pacific and Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic salt water spinning reels
From $16.50 while they last.
ABERNATHY
FOR SALE: National Radio
HRO. perfect condition. Bar Bargain
gain Bargain 3-3126, 8431 Margarita.
FOR SALE: Upright Piano,
excellent condition, good tone
caH 2-1354 Panama. -Vsr-
FOR SALE: Fish sale, An Angeles
geles Angeles and,., at variety of tropi tropi-cats.
cats. tropi-cats. For Information Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-5048. f
General
. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
Legion Auxiliary's
'Poppy Day' Set
For April 30
Mrs. Frances Gilley, D 8 r t t-ment
ment t-ment president of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Department, American Legion
Auxiliary, has announced that A-
oril 30. will be "Poppy Day" for
the American Legion Auxiliary.
Memorial poppies to be worn
here on Popdy Day. have been
made by disabled veterans of
three wards in various nospitais
throughout the United States, Mrs
Gillev said today as the Auxilia-
rv com Dieted arrangements for
the annual observance of Poppy
Day here.
Makinif DODoies to be worn In
honor of their fallen comrades
has given the hospitalized veter veterans
ans veterans interesting and beneficial
employment during the winter and
snrine. The little red flowers of
remembrance have been made
fnr the Auxiliary in veterans hos
pitals throughout the country, and
in doddv workrooms maintained
hv the Auxiliary to give employ
ment to disabled veterans outside
the hospitals.
"Poppymaking helps brighten
the dreary hospital hours and for
manv veterans contributes to re
covery by providing an Interesting
nrnination." aid Mrs. Gilley.
The veteran are paid by the
Auxiliary for the poppies they
make and this gives them the en encouraging
couraging encouraging experience of earning
money once more, of being able
tn send monev home to their fam
ilies. More popples worn on Poppy
Day mean's more employment for
disabled veterans aurms ue cum
ing year.
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SERVICGAve. Tivoll No. 4 FARMint MT1IWW ITNIinnfl 14a r-.ntr.l Ave

la Osse Ave. Ms. 41 FOTO DOMY Justa
J Street FARMACIA "8AS" Via Porras
Home Articles
FOR SALE; Baccarat erys-f
tal, 2 table sets, never used.
Via Porras No. 64. Tel. 3-1863.
FOR SALE j Due to trip, bar-
3 ain:' bedroom, living room;
ining room sets. Regrigera Regrigera-tor,
tor, Regrigera-tor, stove, heater; washing;
machine, child's wardrobe, radio-record
player. 21-A street
house 14 apt. 11B (Patio Ro
chet), 1 ; ;
FOR SALE: Large 25 cycle
Westinghouso. refrige r a t o r.
Call Balboa 2-4245,, until 5:00 ;
o'clock. ;'!v ,jr ;
The best dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned.
conditioned. air-conditioned. cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Internacional "Pla "Plaza
za "Plaza 5 de Mayo.
TV OWNER:-. Servico calls
within 3 hours or by appoint appointment
ment appointment $2,50. Shopwork returned
the day after receipt of TV.
Save pick up ; and .delivery
charge by bringing in your ta table
ble table models. Phono 2-4616 U. S.
Television.
The whole story of the Spanish
conquest of the hew World, in all
it heroism, violence and missio
nary, zeal, is told in "The Con'
quistadors," one of the book plac
ed in circulation during the week
by the Canal Zone Library.
Written by Paris-born Jean Des-
coia. tne book nas added depth
in bringing out the relation, be-
wrenioid World event and isew
World, ventures, givins a 'frerh
and revealing survey oi pre-Columbian
America. -. : yj
The authors and titles of the
books announced by the Library
uus. week tonow:
Non-fiction- The- Individua
Psychology of Alfred Adler, Adler:
national issues, bobel.;, How to
Adopt a Child. Cady: -Now to' to-
crease Reading ,. Ability, Hams,
Human Heredity Handbook.
Scheinfeld: Electrical Estimating,
Asheley: Psychology in Industry,
Maier; The Handbook of Window
Display, Castro; Hight Fidelity
Home Music Systems, WeUmart;
Vaughn's Parade and Float Guide,
Vaughn; Bernard bhaw; trvine;
The Conauistadors. Descola.
Fiction The Linden Affair,
Albrand; Doubting Thomas, Breb
ner; Born in weoiocK, tcnara;
Tha Last Angry Man, Green: Blue
Camellia, Keyes;i Stopover; Tokyo
Marquana; xne rnuaaeipman, ro ro-well.
well. ro-well.
Children's Books Three Boys
and a Train. Agle: John Billing
ton; Friend of Squanto, Bulla;
Castanets for C a r o 1 1 n e, HiU,
Mystery at Stony Cove, Morns;
The Great Big Wild Animal Book,
Rojankovsky; The Golden Book of
Trains. Werner; ine wonaenui
World of Archaeology, Jessup;
The World's Greatest Showman,
Brvan: Wild Bill Hickok, Garst;
Jim Thorpe, Indian Athlete, Van
Riper.
Local Red Cross
Chief To Attend ;
Washington Parley
L. J. Meyer, director of oper operations
ations operations of the American Red
Cross in the Caribbean area, will
attend a week's conference at
national headquarters In Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, beginning on April 8.-
Gen. -Alfred M. Oruenther.
president of the American Red
Cross, will meet with directors
from the four domestic and six:
overseas areas to review plans
and operations for the next Us-
cal year.

SERVICES

Si

FRPCIADO 7 Street No
182 La Carrasauilla a

1 AGENCIAS
FARMACIA. LOM-
Aroaemena Ave. and 33 St. FARMACIA
111 NOVEDADES ATUIS Baalde
'Boats fir Motors
Just arrived. The newest de development
velopment development In outboard moto motoring,
ring, motoring, THE t A UT O .PILOT.
Steers easier than a car. No
cables,; no pullys. Eliminates
all hazards. Guaranteed satis satisfactory.
factory. satisfactory. Also hundreds .0 f
boat's fittings, hardware 1 etc.
ABERNATHY, across sido
street Panama Hotel Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-6895. 4';
FOR SALE:'. 30' beautiful
.Tahiti ketch "ta Golondrlna"
r ,' Gray 4-52 engine; : sleeps 4;
V I L! I m, :
j. neao; main caoirr paneiea e ;
- rare woods'; ready for cruise;
bargain. Yacht Club, Cristobal.
Phono Panama 3-0599.
.17 ft. outboard 'cruiser, fiber,
glass bottom and sides, $325.00
Trailer $50.00. 25 h.p. Evinrode
$275.00. The best piece in Pa Panama
nama Panama to buy sell trade,
ABERNATHY.
Fans Mob Ella
On Her Arrival
In Kingston
B3NOSTON, Aprils 4 EUa
Fitzgerald,, the beloved radio and
recording songstress was mobbed
at the Palisadoes Airport as she
landed here Tuesday for a con
cert series.
Her ardent fans had waited
patiently, for, hours to greet her
and pnotograph her welcoming
party. Many carried copies of
ner latest records witn tnem
hoping for Miss Fitzgerald to
autograph them. Some were sue
cessful. ... ...
Because oi tn crowd it was
difficult for the singer to leave
her hotel suite to arrive at the
Carib Theater for the scheduled
performance with the young: t
anist Oscar Peterson. Seats for
the performances- had sold out
earner.
Thougn' urged to extend the
concert series In Kingston, Nor.
man Granz, manager of the El Ella
la Ella and Oscar Concert tour said
he .had made commitments In
Panama which 4ie would not al
ter.
Tru, high, spot of the first
concert was the Introduction of
the new hit song "Hotta Choco Choco-latta
latta Choco-latta Jhat is 'lust beginning to
climb
as a
nit
, tune in the
States.
Branded As Red
Commils Suicide
CAIRO, April,' I (UP) Cana
dian -Ambassador Eeerton H
Norman committed suicide early
today because of charges in a U.S.
Senate Subcommittee that he was
a Communist The Canadian .so-
vernment denied the charges.
ine Canadian Embassy an-'
nounced tha death of the 4S vearl
Old career diplomat in a pointed
statement wnicn said be was an
"extremely conscious public serv serv-vant"
vant" serv-vant" and that "recent unpleasant
publicity and accusations gratly
distressed him".
The widesoread Dublicitv bran.
ding Norman a Communist sorana
from a Senate subcommittee's ac action
tion action March. 14 in releasing the
transcript in which he was bran branded
ded branded a Red.
Committee counsel Robert Mor
ris said the subcommittee had
"quite a few security reports
which have a great deal of infor
mation to the effect that he is a
Communist."
The Canadian external affairs
department sent a heared denial
to the State Department.
It was reported to have been one
of the sharpest ever sent from
Otatwa to Washington and It ex
pressed fuQ confidence in the am ambassador.
bassador. ambassador. The Canadian government. Is'
sued a series statements declaring i
the subcommittee findings false.
Canadian newinaneri rose to 1
his defense and said Norman had
been "dragged through the muck,"
for m justifiable reason.
SaVoW aaswtscars
tAT Ltrfl HAM as swat

I

WANTED: Salesman id sell

direct to offices and hemes.
Apply between 2:00 to 3:00 -p.
m. onry Jropicana, 4thv of July
Ave. ' v
WANTED: Experienced sta sta-We
We sta-We manager; mutt know all
about horsee and riding. Call
2-2451 or Ft. Clayton 2262 after
4:00 p.m.)"' t r
WANTED: Barber Balboa Y
M.C.A. See 4r. E. Cruz.
WANTED: Stenographer ex-
porenced, ; competent, i..Short-"
. hand English Spanish.. Good
speller, Columbia ..Pictures,
Eusebio- Morale. ..
WANTED: ; Part time bl
lingual secretary and book-,
keeper. Must be familiar with
Panama Social. Security pay
roll laws and tax laws. Sub Submit
mit Submit full qualification m Eng English
lish English with photo to PVT. Box
134,.: Panama.
LOS ANGELES (UP) Lauro
Salas, former, lightweight cham champion
pion champion now living in Los Angeles,
and Ike Chestnut of Wew York
have signed to : meet in a 10-round
featherweight bout at the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Auditorium, April 18.
Better Housing
quire an increase of $2 per week,
An additional increase ta res residents
idents residents of Santa Cruz and Rain
bow City -will be brought about
because of the paving or Base Basements
ments Basements under quarters which, will
cost residents a rental increase
of 10 cents a week for each a-
na.rt.mpnt. ,
Although .Potter announced
that he expected to testify on
treaty legislation in Washington
at the end of this month, he did
not elaborate- on this disclosure,
tocol-roferj also learned
that the bill extendinp U.S.
Civil Service Retirement to
nqn-V.S. citizens in the Zone
would reauire them to work at
least one year after the enact enactment
ment enactment of the legislation.
The governor's comment on
the retirement pill, which Is tart
of the proposals submitted to
Congress to carry out T7J5. com
mitments under the new treaty i
with Panama, were brought out
after a discussion of the hous-
tnr situation r on the -Atlantic
side.- ? "
Earlier the Rainbow,. City
Council had crobosed friamten
ance services for .cantonment
hotws. but the governor ves-
terdsy fxolrPed that ..these
nuaHers re scheduled for ear
lv demolition. It i rjlarned to
start their evcaton nftef the
nuarters on H1"h Street In G-
tun are completely vacant :,in
th near futile.
fevers? In the audience tom-
ilalned that cantonment houwn
had been mone the hardest, hit
tv rentl incenses, 'et nrovlded
th fadHtiM of a".
Peci"no- that Locnl on(j of th
FL-CtO had snpclflcftllv asked
the Canal ndmlnHtratlon to
keen local-rate emn'o'es sched scheduled
uled scheduled for retirement t'. veor on
the Twymll so riat they would
heneft from ) new legisia-
tioi "Pot,te adde:
w're all caught in the same
bin'" ..
ff tma Tn niiTntsT.ritfon
went rtnr with th nvinn'x
reosf: Pnr Men nuked t.h
awHmc vmether they wovd
want he ewnloii'x f T
rlrwimAf irnm th rmrmtl In.
oritur. termor hm. n va vacate
cate vacate their vresent quarters. A

EsTESTMENT U
OPPORTUNITY
Additional Working Capital required foExparw
ion of business with established reputation. tu
vestors will be given opportunity of controlling
disbursements. For Interview regarding. possibiK.
itietV Addrest Box 1156 Panama. . r

Oirwd-thro pbfie getvkt fo Nxr York. 7 dirtd fourUf i
fligrrr en DC-6-ft tRppin 213 Dtls. Round Trip Fortv
7 Jlrtct Rrtt Clou flights via Washington on DCJ-B.

rarwoM. Lirtrsrl No. S. Tel. 2-0670; Co)on

i!!l..Mliwuflb
WANTED: Maid, wash Iron
and cook. Enclish or spanlsH
speaking,..' with .references.
Cell during .day Panama 2-31
(1 Evening 3-273o.
WANTED: .American family
desires 3 or preferably a 4 bed
room Chalet in good "Residen "Residential
tial "Residential Area". Call Panama 3-1329
between hours of t:00 or 5:00.
FOR SALE: Furnished four
unit beach retort. Will provide
buyer' with beach, home plus
income. Ideal for' retirement.
$200.00 down and $50.00 month
ly to responsible party Phone
Panama 3-7258.
FOR SALE:- Corner lot at
seventh street and Avenide del
Malecon at Coco del Mar. Call
Telephone 3-2688, I J a.m. 4
P.m.
Facilities
'jcAorus of f noes" greeted the
governor's Question. ;
On the topic of the La Boca
Civic Council. Potter praised the
leadership of the group lor do doing
ing doing a fine Job in developing civic
spirit in the town. A letter which
had been read from the -Council
brought forth this praise. In it,
civic council leaders-outlined
their program of civil defense,
supervision of- teenagers in the
theater.i welfare and safety, and
a clean-up campaign.
Other- Questions touched upon
yesterday at the meeting lnclud-
" A' Rainbow City Council pro proposal
posal proposal for the construction of a
covered bus shelter on Randolnh
Road would reauire further stu- j
dy by the governor.- I?. U.
An Increase of 57 cents In the
local-rate marketbasket for Fe February,
bruary, February, j Pi-
New requests for Rainbow City
representatives for a swimming
pool and the Installation, of lou- -vres
in auarters.; which will be
Studied.' thegtitjp.rs jiald.
' ft J.:,,.'-'':""
A .complaint by -the Paraiso
Council on the quality, pf paint
used, on the interior f houses
was found justified, and additional-
coats of enamel paint will
be provided; s.-'V
Wants To Be Cop;
But Boy's In Jail
For $11 Robbery
NEW" YORK, Aprfl (tTP)-An
18-year-old boy, whose ambition
was to become 'a police!-officer,
was sentenced th an indetermin indeterminate
ate indeterminate term at Elmtra Recep Reception
tion Reception Center today for the $11 rob robbery
bery robbery of his one-time baby sitter,
-,; -- 4 ...
William Ravenel was convicted
by a jury of following Mrs. Terry
Randolph, 33, home the night of
Oct. 12 and snatching her purse
after a struggle on her doorstep.
Ravenel said he had been study studying
ing studying police science at Brooklvn-
College in. the hope of becoming
a policeman.'.;"
Solas fcldg. TeL 1097

' Real, Estate

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T. T. MrConadra,. Jr.
Clerk of Cwart

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SCENE OF AMBUSH The two vehicles used by three Americans ambushed and killed by
bandits in the Baluchistan area of Iran are seen at the exact spot where they were found
by authorities following the tragedy. -"..i ;

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' XAST PHOTO Mrs. Anita
- Carroll, one of three' AmW-
leans killed by bandits In the
; Baluchistan area of Iran, is
) pictured above in the last
photo taken of her in Teher-
an Juefore she set out on the
fatal trip.
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OK Point 4 AFd
TEHERAN, Iran, April 4 (UP)
I -AJMoslem religious leade- de de-f
f de-f lared yesterday that; the 1 phet
) Mohammed would have approved
- if American Point Four aid.
' The Mullah Mussavi made the
: (statement In a eulogy delivered at
memorial services in Majd Mosque
i for three Americans ana two ira ira-iiian
iiian ira-iiian clain March 21 in a bandit
attack on a Point Four convoy.
Citing the Jtofean, the Mullah
' (Congregational leader) recalled
Ihentory of a man living close to
the Holy City of Medina who was
' tarrying out his own development
i,rnio4 tn helD the people of his
neighborhood.
ortiift i died the Prophet Mo
f,,mma himself wrapped the
' man's body in white cloth and dis dis-i
i dis-i h.tohni his soul to the care of
Allah,
Mohammed endorsed the life's
works of the man and would sim similarly
ilarly similarly bless its 20th centrury coun counterpart
terpart counterpart in Point Four aid, the Mul Mullah
lah Mullah said. (
- The
Judge's Bench
! Verney v Weeks Powlett, 38,
Panamanian, was fined $5 in
fealboa Magistrates Court yes yesterday
terday yesterday for stopping his bus out out-lide
lide out-lide Diablo townsite
Lionel Edgar Sealey. 22, Pan Pan-Imanlan,
Imanlan, Pan-Imanlan, was fined $10 for tres trespassing
passing trespassing in paraiso commissary.
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Pledges Loyalty To West
TEHERAN, Iran, April 4 (UP) University head Manouchehr
Eghbal took office as the youngest Premier in Iran's history today-and
immediately pledged loyalty to the Baghdad paet and
the west.
"Our friends and alliances will remain firm a. hrfnr nA

1 we will respect all of our commitments," Eghbal said in an In

terview immediately alter he
Shah.
The 48-year-old former court
minister and chancellor of Tehe
ran University replaced Premier
Houssein Ala in a quiet govern
ment crisis climaxed by the slay-
in? ot three American members
of the U.S. Point Four aid missioo
here.
An unconfirmed report reach reaching
ing reaching her from Zahedan, head head-quartan
quartan head-quartan of the search for their
killers, said on leader of th
Dad Shah bandit ganq was be be-lievad
lievad be-lievad captured last night by a
poss of loyal Baluchistan tribes tribesmen.
men. tribesmen. The government armed a consi
derable number of tribesmen to
PanCanal Gels 6
New Employes;
1 From U S.
Six new employes, one from'
the United States, joined the Ca
nal organization during the last
two weeks in March, according to
information
Bureau.
from the Personnel
Miss Gloria M. Spears, of Ho-
bart, Oklahoma, is 'he one new
employe from the United States.
She was employed as a shorthand
reporter in t he Administrative
Branch.
Other new employes are Miss
Theresa Digiambattista, Mrs.
Martha M. Gray, and. Miss Florer Florer-ce
ce Florer-ce Lao, staff nurses in Gorgas
Hospital; Charles H. Colburn, mo mo-torboat
torboat mo-torboat maitenance Mechanic in
the Dredging Division; and Karl
T. Nehring, lead foreman, Aids to
Navigation Section. ,
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Former Albrook Flight Nurse Awarded Legion of Merit

For Outstanding Performance During

The Legiorof Merit, the na
tion's second highest non-com
bat award was presented to Mrs.
James W. Fears, formerly Capt.'
Antoinette Kelso Fears, this
morning by Maj. Gen. Trurnan
H. Landon, commander, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air Command.
Mrs. Fears received the deco decoration
ration decoration for her meritorious per performance
formance performance of outstanding service
while a flight nurse of the
5700th TJSAF Dispensary from
August 1954 to July 1958.
The 1 citation accompanying
Mrs. Fear's award stated, "Dur "During
ing "During this period, Captain Fears
displayed exemplary profession professional
al professional knowledge and nursing abili ability
ty ability while participating in rescue
missions involving VS. and Al-
Iied personnel under extremely
hazardous conditions."
"On numerous occasions,
while airborne in SA-16 rescue
aircraft, she was confronted
with difficult nursing situa situations
tions situations which were resolved on only
ly only through her profuse atten attention
tion attention and physical efforts. As
a reenlt ef her professional
skill many critically 111 indi individuals
viduals individuals under ber direct care
were successfully evacuated te
hospital facilities.''
She married Lt. Col. James W.
Fears In January of 1954 and
continued her duty as a flight
nurse until August the 10th
when she resigned from the
service.
Durtnc the period covered by
the citation Mrs. Fears repeat repeatedly
edly repeatedly participated in air rescue
and evacuation missions con conducted
ducted conducted at that time by the 26th
Air Rescue Squadron at Albrook.
She received an honorary
membership in the Aero-Medical
Wives Win?, an organization
sponsored by the American Med Medical
ical Medical Association for her "meri "meritorious
torious "meritorious achievements as an Air

For Flight yurse.". She ac-

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presented his new cabinet U the
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help in the hunt for bandis lord
Dad Shah and his. renegades.
Three of the baidits were killed
in a eunbattle Mondarv. onev of
them subsequently identified as the
Kii'er ot American Mrs. Anita Car-
roii.
42 (Z Jobs Open;
Towing Locomotive
Operators Needed
Forty-two positions, includine!
12 openings for towing locomotive
operators, are currently availa
ble with the Canal organization,
according to the transfer-vacancy
bulletin issued this week by the
Personal Bureau.-
The lock towing locomotive ope
rators are being, hired as early
recruitment for tne regular locks
loverhaul, will begin on the Paci-
tlc l0s in January, 1958
Vacancies also are listed
five hospital attendants and
for
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clerks at Coco Solo Hospital; twoj Henrietta Chopin, died aboard the
guardas at the Atlantic locks, anl French vessel Resurgent yester yester-two
two yester-two machinists at "the Industriil day just as the vessel entered Cris

Division.
Other types of employment va vacancies
cancies vacancies listed on the bulletin are:
administrative assistant,' bblacks bblacks-mith.
mith. bblacks-mith. boiler maker, clerk-dictatine
machine transcriber,, clerk-steno
grapher, clerk -typist, dipper
dredge engineer, electrical equip equipment
ment equipment inspector, executive house housekeeper,
keeper, housekeeper, genrarl plant ngineer,
generalr supply clerk, locomotive,
machinist, marine inspection as assistant
sistant assistant and plumber.
cepted thli nonor"at the annual
convention in 1958 atjChic&ro..
Mrs. Fears, the daughter ef
Mrs. Catherine Kelse of Mem Memphis.
phis. Memphis. Tennessee, served as an
Army nurse in the .European!
Theater .of operation, during

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MRS. JAMES W. FEAJtg. formerly Cap Antoinette Kelso Fears, was presented the UJS. Le Legion
gion Legion of Merit yesterday by Ma). On. Truman H Landon.-commander. Caribbean Air Com Command.
mand. Command. Abee re shown (1 to r) C. C. rears of waterbary. Cooil. lather of Ol fart: LU
Coi. James W. Fears, Eq. Caribbeaa Command and Lsndna. tOfnclai LSAr rheta)

LONDON. April 4 (UP) The
Crown -insinuated today that Dr.
John Bodkin Adams paid a
hithert6 undisclosed visit to a
hospital In Cheshire in June.
1948. and started" Mrs. Edith A-

llce Morrell on a narcotic treat
ment which led to her death two
years later .'--
' The SS-vear-pia pnysiaan
has vleaded noU.fiv.ilty to poi poisoning
soning poisoning Mrs. Morrell with drugs
in order to get a bequest he
thought' was in her $490,000
will.
Th vailed eharee was made
by-Attorney General' Sir Regi
nald MannlnRham Buller. in
cross-examination of the iirsi.
riefensB. witness Dr. .John Bishop
Harman, a Harley Street consul
tant,' .'
In direct evidence yesterday.
Dr. Harman appeared to Imply
that Dr. Adams had visitea iner,
wealthy widow in the hospital
after she suffered, a stroke on
June 25. 1948,
One of the main pillars of the
defense has been that Dr. .Ad .Adams
ams .Adams first got Mrs. Morrell as a
patient on July 9. 1948, and gave
her narcotics then because-he
felt he was committed to follow following
ing following the treatment initiated at
the hospital.
. "Where did vou get th state statement
ment statement that Dr Adatn visited the
patient in Cheshire?" asked the
Attorney-General.
"I can't remember." the 'Wit 'Witness
ness 'Witness insisted to a flurry of ques questions,
tions, questions, .. :
"Mrs) Morrell sulle"- 7r
stroke On Jun 24 or 25," the
vrosecutor- tain., "If Dr, A A-ams
ams A-ams were tent fof he m4"ht
have been there bv Jvn 27
the dait Sh wan tnkn o1t
sleeplna tablets and put on
worohinr."
Aeain the defense mdicl
witness ss'd he could not re re-miSinber
miSinber re-miSinber whfre he had gotten
th"x Information. ,
He also said he nrt not heard
testimony hv detect ve sunerln
tendent Werbert Hnnam' of
Scotland "Vard thai, Dr. Ada m
told him he seldom ever used
mornMne. i A ;
At this flolnVDr. Adams, who
!Kd decided not to testify In h'
m defense, vigorously shook
tils head j,
4-Morilh-Old Dies
On French Vessel
Outside Cristobal
A four-month-old- French baby,
tohal breakwater.
The infant was t traveling with
her parents, Michael and Henriet Henrietta
ta Henrietta Chopin,
The child, had been ill only three
days, but had an' enlarged head.
Her death certificate' signed by the
ship's surgeon, Dr. Bernard Cou Cousin,
sin, Cousin, gava "water on the brain" as
the cause of death, '.;''
The child's body transited the
Canal southbound aboard the, Re Resurgent
surgent Resurgent yesterday and was- taken
off in Balboa for burlah x ; ;-.'
world war IT. After the warr she
was employed .in Mempnis,
Term., as a civilian nurse until
ber recall to active duty In July
of 1951. r
Prior to-her' Albrook. assign assignment
ment assignment she was attached to .the

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Training Lectures On Food Handling

Canal

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The first of a series of basic re refresher
fresher refresher training lectures on food
handling was started this week
for more than eoo canal organiza organization
tion organization and private club employes
who are engaged in the actual
business of handling food in the
Service Centers and otheri'restau-
rants in the Canal Zone. 3
Condensed into four training ses
alnna. the course is being given
by the Division of Sanitation in co co-opearation
opearation co-opearation wth the : Service Cen Center
ter Center Branch and the personnel pro
grams staff of the Personnel Divi Division.
sion. Division. -,'
..LThis week. Pacific side em employes
ployes employes were attending the first
of a series f lectures during
which they heard Richard Wil Williams
liams Williams .sanitation bipeor, gv
an illustrated talk en the growth
and development of germs and
witnessed a training film show-
' restaurant equipment and tech.
. niques, and the basi 'elements
of feed handling.
at the first lecture in-, the Bal
boa Service Center Tuesday, CoK
Charles 0. Bruce, health director,
told approximately .100 iooa Han
dlers that the course wouiu, assm
him to obtain better relations
with the public arnd would benefit
both them and the people they
serve. ,
Also present at the meeting was
j" p Smith, chief of the Division
of Sanitation; XI. W. Kilbey of the
Service Center Branch, and L. b
Burnham, training officer in the
Personnel Bureau.
The men and women who handle
the food lii the Balboa Service Cen Center
ter Center restaurant were giveat a gra graphic
phic graphic demonstration of how germs
can multiply under conditions such
as are found in the Tropics; the
hf frieration. nersonal by-
snitation. danger of
inoMs and rati: the right a n d
irnn wav Ut OanQlO J.OUU "u
During this week, the lecture is
Strewing Garbage
On Highway Costs
Truck Driver $5
Marirarito Bonilla. 30. Panama
nUn whose truck was littering
Gaillard Highway, was fined $5
vesterdav for having loaded the
vehicle improperly.
The Balboa Magistrate was told
that the truck was filled with
earbae in such manner that
the load kept out as it went along
Air Rescues
UBAF; Hospital at Keesler AFB,
Col. Fears is presently assign
ed to Headquarters, Caribbean
Command 'at Quarry Heights,
Canal Zone. They reside at Al
brook.

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OLE.'-'- Col. Charles O.'Bruce, Health Director, center, examines one-of the chartsUSed as a- -training
aid by Richard Williams, left, for the series of lectures now being given to food
handlers in the Canal Zone. From left to right are L.; B. Burnham, training officer, Person-
nel Bureau; C. W. Kilbey, of the Service Center Branch;- Bruce; J. K Smith.ihlef of the
Division of Sanitation; and Williams,, who Is an Inspejt6t..wltes the Division of Sanitation. '-

also being given atLa Boca. Ta
I raiso, Tivolii Guest House and
Diablo Heights Service Center. Otlr
er sessions will cover, the preven prevention
tion prevention of contamination and spoiling
of food; personal hygiene and san sanitizing
itizing sanitizing utensils and general house house-keepig,
keepig, house-keepig, including, rodent and in in-sent
sent in-sent control, ideal kitchen layouts
and structural standards of kitch
ens. Lectures will be given on the
Atlantic side after the course is
completed on the Panama side.
Management ef private clubs
and welfare organizations in the

Nuclear Tests To Start Next Month;
Tunnel Shots May Frustrate Soviets

WASHINGTON, April 3 (UP)
The Atomic Energy Commission
said. today it will launch itr 1957
series of nuclear tests in Nevada
"about-May 15r 3,
The tests were expected to in'
elude some underground or tun-
hpI ahnts which Russia and outer
countries may not be able to de detect.
tect. detect. v
However, the AEC said- omy
that the tests,, involving Ipw-power
weapons' which would be used on
the battlefield er in antiaircraft
missiles, probably win conunue
through the summer. .. r--

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nuclear weapons during nandiirj

anrf atoraea. i These Banaung.oeyeiopmeM ra atomic wirneaas

Usts wiU start Apru 10 aaq cor
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tiniH into the autumn, mev wui
not involve nuclear explosions.
, Similar' safety tests were new
in iq.u and iasa. Officials said lat
er-they .confirmed that chances of
rridmtal atomic exolosion are
scant. The AEC did not say wny
fuv t an necessarv.
Unofficial sources said tnst 1 u
it proves feasible,, the AEC tests
will Inelude detonation of ome
"tmt small" euclear wearxms tn
tunnels dug in the rock under the
Nevada proving ground.
Such. explosions -would oe
BootblackvSfobsjyj
Fortune Teller-
For Lottery Loss" ?
MEXICO CITY. April4 (XJTi-k
r7-yesr-old bootblack arrested for
stabbing a fortune teller said 'to
day she failed te give him tbe
winning number ia ao (80,000 lot lottery.
tery. lottery. -
ignacioa Mtiia Gonzalei told po police
lice police tbe crystal f aser who oper operates
ates operates under the Dime of Nelly M ni nicy
cy nicy charged bun Sit but gave turn
the wrong Bomber.
Ia defending herself from the
near-fatal knifing the wo una fired
a small caliber pistol, but ber
aim wis as bad at ber lottery
uev and weunded ir strv-
ask Pelflna Sinchev

country is 9a fe" Abraham Linco,

Methods l: Of Sanititicit

Canal -Zone were. invited by Lf.
Governor H. W. Schull Jr., te
. have their food handlers partici partici-.
. partici-. pate .in the course... .Those- whe
; attend, all four ef the 1 tf aimng
sessions will be given: a eCrtifi.;
: cate of participation by the Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Burersu, .
The course is a -condensation of
that given by Health Bureaus
throughout the United States as a
refresher course to ..experienced
food handlers and an indoctrina indoctrination
tion indoctrination to new ones. The lectures giv given
en given by Williams and- the -training
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possible for distant nations to! de detect
tect detect because i all. of their 'tell-tale
radioactivity would be, trapped
underground j -";" ;
The comBilsstoe alsov prans Ao
explode .seme weapons from, cap captive
tive captive bafloons hanging, "so 4iigb in
the air Uiat the fireball would Hot
touch the ground. 'Such an oeplo oeplo-lion
lion oeplo-lion would not produce any radio radioactive
active radioactive fallout in the vicinity of the
proving ground. -' I 1 i. s
The main, purpose of the,' new
tests js to 4-perfect, "defensive
weapons 'v- atomic waraeads
.Mn nn,.Rk in MufA,, Mm,it
their use in Battle areas' without
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tnr antiairrraff TntcsilM inrhii-

ing (he Nike-Hercules,-which the Mrs. J. A. ; Tothman, of Cvrun- -Defense
Department' plans to- se lu and Mr. andMrsC. M. Kpg,
for .continentsl' air' deftnse. -;,?pf panama.t"i, .5 $,pi'f i, i
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film take from an hour to an hom?
and a half and are being, give at
Afferent hours for the convsni-1'
ence of the operstion units whose
personnel will aitendj.
Utfle 'League
Girls:9; Boys 6
" The' girls 'outnumbered "I the
boys at Gbreas Hosnit.a1 ,'thla
week. During the week ending fit
uuuiugiii Monaay. sgt ooys and
nine girls were born. During the T
same period, 186 patients were
admitted and 205 were ,rjis-charged.-
-The names and addresses of ;
the parents nf the. hAv hnhics
loJUowr Cpl. and Mrs,, R. Ben-
nett, of .panamal City -Mr, ,and
Mrs. F. 'A. .Miller,, of Pa!hamaiCi Pa!hamaiCi-tyr
tyr Pa!hamaiCi-tyr M-Sgt. and Mrs A. R;Kljne,
of Fort Amador; Mr. and Mrs.
T. E. Martin, of Paraiso; figfc
and Airs, E. M. ,Mcltee,v of Fort
Clayton; and Sgt and Mm F. J.
Blume, of Albrook. f 'vi, ;I.
Girls were born td the follow following
ing following parents: Mr. and Mrs.1 M A.
Luque, of Panama City: Mr." and
Mrs. K. S. Moulton, of Copon:
Mr. and Mrs. J. A.. Parsons, or
P5am City- Mr. and Mrs-.W.
Mrs. A T. Rose, of Panama City:
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