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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
daily
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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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An expert swindler, who! pleaded .guilty to, having

obtsined money from a priest under false pretenses 'will

spend his next 18 months in
Looking respectable and
suit. Samuel Sahtiaeo.Walker

rtian, tidmlttedlhaving "attempted tosel Father Luis Fra-r
Zoquir of. the .Lurdes Catholic Chapel jrf Carrasquilla" s6m6
non-existent' building materiarfor the church;

Witch Hunters
killed Ca
EnvoyT-Tjmes
t nivmnW Anril it ITI Cana-
f'dian Ambassador to Egypt Her
bert Normaa would suu oe auv
today were t not for persecution
by the Senate Bnternal Security
subcommittee, the; London Times
taiii tnriav i .','
- In an editorial" criticising the
Senate committee's partr in the
Norman affair, the Times said his
' suicide was '-"a tragedy and a
warning. , ' ;
. "There seems little doubt that
Vhe would be; alive today.-. If it
had not beeif for Jus feeling of re
newed persecution,'' the.Xi'
Th pMMtotion came" from
1 the'Sanate Internal Security sub subcommittee'
committee' subcommittee' In WahinBton 1 a
bdy"wh method, are a
-rtronfl'y rtwnted- by decent A A-mericant
mericant A-mericant by enyene else.
Thera will bfc nw aorrow In A A-marica,
marica, A-marica, Inc'Canada, af-1 h U
censequance af, th eemmittae'a
recWat$na."-
The! Times said Jforman's death
"emphasizes once -again the nasti nasti-'est
'est nasti-'est aspect of thcmiuiitee'a
Vestigating- technique. It i bound bounded
ed bounded neither by the forms of law
nor by the principles of justice.
"CY.'gressional witch hunts be became
came became a grave source 'of embar
rassment to the United States in
the davs when Senator McCarthy
earned, his daily headlines u the
world press.'
3 Years In GaiTiboa T
. For Two-lime Thief
in Curundu Laundry
. GreKorio Aguilar. a- 20-year
old Panamanian who came to
town last winter from; the In Inferior,
ferior, Inferior, will spend the next three
vtar in Oamboa penitentiary
for having twice burglarized the
Army's laundry at .Curtrndu
Height -':.',. t.
' Onlv last month, upon his plea
of guilty to the first; burglary,
AKullar had 'been Riven a sen
tence of one year which was sus suspended.
pended. suspended. He was placed on pro probation
bation probation for five vears .-'
.Within 10 niphts after bt-
ina oiven-the sustended en-
"' fence, he crawled fencer a toire
fence, found a tmaU, hole in
i tcreen in me munarv wntcn m
1 t .!
K through it, and entered., the
t."buildina.
He had nicked ut a large bun bun-Ble
Ble bun-Ble of clothing and started to toward
ward toward the hole in the', screen
when told to halt "bv. military
police stations Inside t to pro protect
tect protect the buildinsr. -VX
' Today, on recommendation of.
the Assistant District Attorney.
J Morton sThomson. Judge!
LOuthrie F, Crowe revoked the(
earlier susnension and gave A-
gullar two-years on the second
burglary. .
Public Defender William J.
iShertdan Jr. said he had been
unable to get anything out of
Aguilar as to why he committed
either crime. .."'.
Judge Crowe paid he hoped the
penitentlarv rehabilitation nro nro-tram
tram nro-tram would he of some Jielp to
the defendant ,
Doctor Benefits.
From First f-rouo
The Canal. Company's (roup
aeaim uuurance pi an, wateB
cently went into effect baa alrea already
dy already begun to pay benefits to em employe,
ploye, employe, according to the lateat.is
sue of the Panama Canal Review.
' ADDrooriatetv enough, fae first
Insurance payment went to a Cor Corfu
fu Corfu doctor Marice B..W instead of
Ancon. .- : v .- ; -.'
tt covered a tonxiflectomy for

hi even-yr-old daughter. Lea. Reckless driving bv Jose Lu Lu-About
About Lu-About 7.567 Company Covers-! cio Chavanz. M. Panamanian,
ineat employes ijrnd up for thefended in a 120 fine when hU
plan which went into effect two case was heard in Balboa Maeit Maeit-weeks
weeks Maeit-weeks ago. trate Court.

TOURIST FLITEG
HOMEWARD ( VIA

;; '1.', fOV'JV w v;AN INDEPENDENT ME vvfet .C OA!

Ku I Ji m
Camboa penitentiary..
dapper in a mediumblue
41, a tall slender Panama--
n The sum of $110 had been paict
by the priest to Walker for ceJ ceJ-otex:
otex: ceJ-otex: naint andv electrical wire
which the padre bad been told
could be bought at Ft. Claytop.
. The transaction took place on
aatiiara Hignway.- , -Assistant
District Attorney 3
Morton Thomson said in .U.S.
District Court that walker used
in this crime the Identical trick
he had pulled in an earner swm
die in paraiso. '. v -r
This consisted of-tire tending
10 interpret wnat a- prospective
victim said in Spanisiu to anoth another
er another who spoke onjy nglisht and
vice veion. A
; .Walker has a long record of
-, swindles, fights, thefts and
disorderly- conduct convictions
in Panama. -i f '.v-j ..
"The court was, told that. Fa Father
ther Father FraKonuir was firit.
phoned by the' def endaht,, pos pos-lngr
lngr pos-lngr as 1 "Antonio Vasquez," a
non-existent .Gorgas,-; Hospital
employe.- V- -' i
1 "Vasquez told 1 the"1 UHest i he
wanted to donate 10 gallons of
paint for repairing the church
and asked for a meeting at the
Sacred Heart Chapel in Ancon,
j There rvalues"! said h also
knew 1 where uhe :ould buy 10
more (tallons at tl a iralloji at
Tt. Clayton and also such other
excess materials ; as might be
needed. The priest made out a
list-. -4-
"At a later1 meetinr Vasauea'?
took the priest who neither
speaks nor understands English,
to the Armed Forces Radio Sta Station
tion Station at Ft Clayton.
There they called on Sgfc Jow
seph C. Keddy, t who neither
soeaks jjor.jinoerjtanaa Span Spanish
ish Spanish .
ish.'
. While swindler Walker was
really asking th sergeant for
the mallinr address of an en
listed man formerly connected
with the station, the priest
f'.th ought he was arranging
purchase of the materials.
Later., on Gaillard Highway,
Walker secured $110 from the
' priest on promise of delivery
of the materials plus an im-
Fortation permit from the
anama customs. ; v .,
Father Frazoquir heard noth nothing
ing nothing more of the materials. Be Becoming
coming Becoming suspicious, he had a
friend telephone the v sergeant
who was startled" to learn he
had supposedly offered to make
some kind of a donation to the
church. t -
The sergeant : went over to
Carrasqullla and with the aid of
honest interpreters the two
learned they bad been I talking
at cross purposes. The sergeant
made it clear that he had never
had anything to do 'with build building
ing building .materials,, or their sale.
In the previous swindle pull pulled
ed pulled by Walker several years a a-go
go a-go in Paraiso, he sold a Latin
woman a house there (in
' Spanish) while he was selling
the Paraiso occupant (In Eng English)
lish) English) a sewing machine sup supposedly
posedly supposedly offered by the visitor
from Panama.. r
V .Thomson rco mmended 18
months in the penitentiary.
Public Defender : William J
r. .'
Sheridan spoke for
Wter
term, but the Judge
took the
prosecutor's recommendation.;
Four Trespassers
OnC-12Road
Fqce Magistrate
Four men caught In a "no
trespassing" area near the C-12
road at Albrook AFB faced the
Balboa Magistrate this morning
Two were already on probation
for earlier trespassing on mili military
tary military reservations
Benito Hen-era. 17" Panama
nian, who had been given a five-
day -suspended sentence for be being
ing being caught in the same place on
Monday, had his probation re revoked.
voked. revoked. He ws yen 10 days on
the second crime.
Eramo fah Wsrreal. 71.
spm8nsn. whi nnder a',
0-d?v -uenr'ert wience. had,'
his nrobpfon revolted and was i
ienetTced to one dav on the new h
'ch. .' i f
P'rto Oua. JS. anan,nlanJ.
and Victoriano C"WHo, !5. Pana:
man is n. were riven stwnenaea
sentences for the trtKTanv.
Reckless C70

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THREE of the nine.man grouo from the 82ndw Airborne Division that captured a live boa
constrictor show of f their prize. They are (left to rights Pvt.: Curtiss M.' Holland, Pfc. Lan-;,
don IX ,poone, and Pfc. Douglas F, Kramps. These men were part of the 82nd Reconnaissance
Platoon that carried the. snake several miles through dense Jungle terrain in order to make
It a Kift or the Jungle Warfare Training Center's zook The men are taking part in Exercise
iRloJSelya, a five-weekr period of jungle warfare training prior to the Joint-service Caribbean
Command maneuver, CARD3-EX,. scheduled for later this montl. (U.S. Army Photo)

Combination Of X-Ray, Surgery Deemed
IdealTreatment Fbf Cancer- InitWomen

dif.
1WU diSlXACtlt OlCtWUdM
an.!n Hof a
fered in their opinion nf
the
best method of treating some
cancers in women at this morn morning's
ing's morning's session of the Second Inter-American
Medical Conven
tion The convention will finish
tonight, s .pv,":i. ..'-'"
Dr josepn w.. Keiso, prores-
sor and -chairman of the gyne
cological department, University
of Oklahoma school, of medicine.
SDoke in favor of suritery and
1 ahntiTarf (mnresslv totisi tn
-T.--r-
' Tii
Dr. J. A. Del Regate, radio
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DISCUSSION OX CANCER Specialists discujj their findings
In cancer research. From left to right Dr. H. Conte-Mendoza,
University of Panama;- Dr. Joseph W. Kelso, University of
Cklahotr.i School of Medicine; Dr.. L J.-Strumpf, ehieLof the
Ob-Gvn peDsrtment of Ooreaa Hospital and Dr. J. A. Dei
, Ktgato, renrose cancer hospiul. Colorado springs. Colorado.

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therapist, Penrose Cancer Hos Hos-,
, Hos-, pital, Colorado Springs, Colo Colorado,
rado, Colorado, fayored x-ray therapy,
but both doctors agreed that
, s combination of the two is
often the ideal solution.
-Dr.- Kelso emphasized the
importance of treating each patient-as
an Individual, rather
than following any method by
rote. v y ;
He pointed out that some sur
gical procedures J could only
have satisfactory results if they
were performed on .people who.
had suinciept education ana
'"1

country is $af e" Abraham Lincoln.

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intelligence to take proper post postoperative
operative postoperative care of themselves
This session was presided over
by Dr. L J. Strumpf, chief of the
OB-Oyn Department at Oorgas
Hospital. "Dr. Kelso's paper was
discussed by Dr. H. Conte Men-
doza, chairman of the depart department
ment department of Gynecology School pt
Medicine, University of Pana
ma. s
- Dr. John Kohl, chief radiolo radiologist,.
gist,. radiologist,. Oorgas Hospital, discussed
Dr. del Regato's paper.
Followine this controversy. Dr.
Edward Shanbrom concluded
the morning's session .. with a
treatise o-i"Newer Aspects in
Diagnoala and Treatment of
Leukenta and Lymphoma. This
was discussed by Dr. Rolando
Chahis of Santo Tomas Hospital.
More than 309 doctors and
150 nurses and dentists reji reji-tered
tered reji-tered for the convention. Del
egates from the United States
came from IS different states.
Countries represented wero
Panama, United States, Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, Venezuela, Pern, Par Paraguay,
aguay, Paraguay, Costa Rica, Nicaragua,
Honduras and Ecuador. -.
. Sidelights ef the convention
had a definitely medical flavor.
During each session secretary
Sadid Constantino 'would enter
and write one doctors name or
another cm a blackboard, 'and
the doctor would Quietly leave.
Others would run up in hospital
whites to-hear some speaker.
then rush back to the hospital.
One doctor brought a hatch of
fresh x-ray' pictures to the Ho
tel El Panama to" show visiting
urologist Dr. Meredith Camp Campbell.
bell. Campbell. An Impromptu consultation
was held on the spot
For three-days sad mgnis now
doctora of Panama ana ine ca
nal Zone have had the opportu-
nity to, pick some of the finest J
medical brains in the United
States. They have taken full ad-l

vantate of thU. ai nave tne.ing- ma armistice voia aespiie

visitors who traveled here to at
tend the conviction.

NEWSPAPER

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THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
THE TRANSFER of National
Guard personnel at Bocas del
Toro to other assignments was
announced ,- vesterdav- by com-i
mander Col. .Bolivar VallarlnoL
on his- return from Almlrante
with Minister of Government
and Justice Max vHeurtematte
and Flnance Minlster Ruben D-
Carles 3s. ',
At the same thne, Vallarino
announced an increase in the
number of National Guard units
in the banana province, where
Carles found- widespread vice
and corruption during an-: in inspection
spection inspection visit -v
Carles also announces! yes yesterday
terday yesterday that charges will be
pressed, against employes and
officials of his Ministry who
are implicated in alleged vice
smuggling and illegal gam
bling in Aimirante,
. Vallarino also ordered the in
stallation of a radio communis
cation system linking the Bocas
del Toro, police 'headquarters
with Panama city. ,
The Panama government is
negotiating with the Canal
iZonv for the treatment of So So-jclal
jclal So-jclal Security members by Gor-
jtas Hospital specialists when whenever
ever whenever necessary. 4
This was revealed yesterday
at a meeting of President de la
Guardia and representatives of
the, Colon Chamber of Com
merce, according to i a report
carried by La Hora today.
No definite agreement has
been reached because of the
"high" rates charged by Oorgas
Hospital, the report. said. It add-
ed that Gov.: William I. .Potter
has agreed to reduce the cost of.
hospital services to 54 80 a day.
: However., an' agreement is
being sought' to efcVaj. lowh
ee rate for Panamu'8oMl Su.
curlty.jnembera. La Hora said.
,- The same newspaper specu speculated
lated speculated today on the possibility of
an increase In Social Security
contributions as a result of a
survey being made for the Pan Panama
ama Panama government by Robert My Myers
ers Myers of the U.S. Social Security
Administration.
; The Panama Municipal Coun Council
cil Council yesterday approved a resolu resolution
tion resolution authorizing the Municipal
Treasurer to sign a contract
with the owners of Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama establishing a definite nol-
icy for the payment of munici
pal taxes.
; A proposed prohibition on the
importation of natural flowers
will bo into effect Autr is. in.
stead of April. 15, the Price Reg Regulating
ulating Regulating Office revealed yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The prohibition la aimed at
preventing plague afflicted
flowers of other countries from
contaminating Panama plants.
4mbushers Wound
1 Israeli Soldier
TEL AVTV, April 5 (UP) Am Am-bushers
bushers Am-bushers who opened fire on a
Israeli patrol yesterday evening,
seriously, wounded one Israeli sol
dier, it was officially announced
here today.
An Israeli spokesman said the
Israeli patrol walked into an am ambush
bush ambush southeast of Ashdot Yaacoh
in Galilea. The ambushers opene?
fire from about ten feet and the
patrol returned the fire but the
ambushers made good their es-

Riesel Recalls Night He Was Blinded By Hoodlums:
Columnist Reports Partial Victory Over Darkness

NEW YORK, AprilVS (UP) "It
was a year ago uus morning," la
bor columnist Victor Riesel recall
ed today.- "A deluge of hot acid
US Putting Newer
Weapons In Korea
To Offset Reds
- WASHINGTON, April 5 (UP)
The United States is plan planning
ning planning to put newer-model weap weapons
ons weapons in Korea to partly offset a
reported Communist, military
buildup In North Korea. Amer American
ican American officials disclosed today.
The action will be taken un-
liberal new interpretation
of the 1953 armlsUce which
ended- the Korean fighting.
There is no intention ef declar-
. L . .
Tlolations.

cawadiaw miis:ir

Upcoming Bill fiims

At Providihci

$6 Billion

WASHINGTON. Anril

iimpson (R-Pa.; said today taxpayers can count on sub substantial
stantial substantial tax relief possibly this year but certainly by next

Simpson, a hiqh-rankina
ing House Ways & Means

pians soon to introduce a bill to' provide for billions of
dollars worth of reductions in both personal income taxes
and levies on corporation incomes
. Simpson said his biU'wouM nmi;j. L j'.

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increase in rnc ouu personal exemptions and for some
revisions in the taxation of capital gains, .'
He Said the mertture !c mm4 n J: em r i-i.

uun iu -fu-uiiiiun in laxTener.;

Simpson took Issue with those
who contend that big tax cuts
must await sharp reductions In
Federal spending.
He has been outspoken In his
criticism of President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's record-high spending budg
et .v,
if '-
"If we want to cut soendin
he told-a reporter; "the way to
do It is to cut; taxes.: That will
force. the -Koverjunent, to. rut
jorce.tne wrernment, to. rut
Thack,seiidiiMj to tt wt,hj
income.
"1 dont think we will ever get
a substantial tax cut if we wait
for a big Federal surplus to de
velop."
CZ Price Index
To Show Comparison
Wilb US Food M
A Canal Zone Price Index.
which will provide an accurate
record of changes In Canal Zone
prices from time to time and al also
so also provide a monthly basis of
comparison between food prices
in the canal Zone and the Unit
ed States will be completed,thts
month by the Executive Plan Planning
ning Planning Staff, according to the lat latest
est latest issue of The Panama Canal
Review.
A place-to-place index on food
items will be compiled monthly;
this index will indicate varia variations
tions variations between Panama Canal
Company Commissary prices and
comparable average VS. prices
on the food basket as a whole,
and provide a standard for price
comparison.
While no practical methods of
price control can insure that the
price on every item in the food
group can be held equal to or
under prices in the United
States, statistical methods have
been followed which will provide
a practical means of assurlne
equality of prices on an average
oasis witnin tne total group, ac ac-cordin
cordin ac-cordin to those who have pre prepared
pared prepared the index.
scarred my eyes. There "was
no
warning, just a splash aimed di
rectly at hte eyes and the face face-not
not face-not just to burn and frighten, but
to Diind lor peering too closely."
In a story In the New York Dai Daily
ly Daily Mirror today Rieael noted the
first anniversary of his blinding
at the handa of hoodlums.
The
Judge's Bench
Aurelio Antonio Bernal. 32.
Panamanian, was fined $10 to today
day today for having no operator's li
cense.
' In Balboa Magistrate's Court
imposition of sentence was sus
pended for Bernal on another

charge, that of faiuns to obey alwiai yea eaa sense trom a

stop sign.

elief

5 am IT e
Rerjublican nn th fnV.wr;a.
committee, disclosed that he
.v. u IMUUCir
r
Manslaughter
Gets Hackeif
Year IrrPen
.J
plfcWrtjAdedsWty In' U.8, Dis
witi ujun xoaay to a charge of
manslaughter in the death of hit
wife in ah automobile accident.'
He was sentenced to a year in
the penitentiary.
Mrs. Cecilia Hackett. 34. Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, was killed outright on
Feb. 19 when the car being driv driven
en driven by her husband at between
60 and 70 miles an hour failed
to make a Gaillard Highway
curve and turned over
iiackett haa since hn l7
tf 11 at riAM... TT I i.
Assistant District Attorney
Morton Thomson rrnmminst
an 18-month sentence for Hack Hackett
ett Hackett The court was told that-
Hackett had no driver's li license,
cense, license, that he admitted to
Huvma arunK iwo quarts ef
beer before driving a vehicle'
with which he was not too fa-
while intoxicated, driving
recklessly and was leaving the
scene of a previous accident
at the time he had the fatal
pne.
Public defender William j
Sheridan told the court he ton-
sidered Hackett a proper sub
Ject for probation.
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe noted.
no serious record In the Canal .'
i Zone he had had a number of
convictions in Panama for flaht-
mg. including one of insulting
tlie National Guard last year
The Judge pointed out that the
maximum nanalfv tn- Va.vi'. -'
crime is 10 years. "--,.,
Under the circumstances, he
ruled, he would sentence the de defendant
fendant defendant to one year.
Hackettt wsa In emntnva nf
the Canal's Ground Maintenance
ui vision.
The blindness. at first thoughl :
to be absolute, has relented a hit
he reported.
"It's been a long "journey to the i
end of the night, he said. "Now
the total darkneaa la rrm Mn
there is light. Now the aunshine
has broken through. 1 can see ha
brilliance when the sky is uncloud unclouded.
ed. unclouded. It ia a victory over dsrkneaa:
and somehow I feel it is a victo victory,
ry, victory, too. over those who lurk
the shadows."
Riesel reported he eaa see the -fucker
of Bgbt frara a eigaret ;
lighter and can vaguely perceive
other objects. He said be frequent frequently
ly frequently spends a bit ef time "watcb-
ing" aeoa lights flicker oa and
off." c
The labor columnist also report reported
ed reported he ia "renewing my subscrip subscrip-bon
bon subscrip-bon to the Moderm. M a a e it m
(New York's Museum of MMer
Art), for you'd be surprised at
vmd
description."



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THIS IS YOU fORUM THI HEADERS OWN COUIMH
'....;.' . .... :,. ... .:, r
The Mail Boi it an open forum fat reader of Tba Manama American.
Letters are recehrtd gratefully and ara handled in a wholly confidantlal
'3nner. ;.;
If you contribute a latter don't be impatient if it otwin't appear the
next day. Letter are published in th order received.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one P9 length.
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper euumes no responsibility for statements or opinions
expressed In- letters from readers.
THE MAIL BOX

Sir:

MOSQUITOES AND SALAD OIL

' to iwfint.lv ro&ri in "vour Daner that the Panama Municipal

Council has finally vked the sum of $3000 to buy DDT and
, diesel oil to combat tfieTnesent mosquito plague In suburban
' Panama City. It's about time.
, This measure should have been adopted a long time ago.
And more can be done. It seems to me that the Public Health
! Department no longer insists on having oil sprayed On all pools
Of stagnant water, small streams and ditches within and border border-!
! border-! lng the city limits.
. The laxity with which the mosquito problem has been treat-
mA i. rt Reason is such that alarming numbers of the an-

! nnvinr insect have invaded the very heart of the city. Yes,

i believe It or not. Mosauitoes are to be found in any sector of
the largest city of the Republic.
1 Here's hoping the preventive measure approved bv the Pan Pan-I
I Pan-I ama City councllmen are pressed into action immediately
' We would also like to air a small beef about the fluctuation
! of prices at the so-called super-markets on the outskirts of Pan-
1 ,d8m the month of January and early February, a sever.;
'pound can of Argo salad oil sold lor $2.95 This brancTof oil
J sold rapidly. Soon it disappeared from the coynteri of the
, !suwr-markets either because it was taken off the market or
iMThis month Argo salad oil the' seven-pound cans are
Main In stock and being sold bv the. aforementioned super-
.Xt The Present nrice is $3.15. This is only one soec fic

case of orlce changes but there are many that could be cltea.
Here's an omjortunlty for the .Price Control Office to show
'Its good faith. Thus far this office has done very little, if any any-j
j any-j thing at all. Tropical Victim
: SQUEAKS AND WIGGLES
Mr:
' I would like to say something to these Jazz Lovers who go
; ? for Jazz. Good. We go for rock and roll. Wonderful.
J : Now since rock and roll is king right now, naturally, when-
ever you turn" on the radio, you hear t. And, as another music
Mover said, thank heavens you can play your records, well
! that's fine. You play your records, and we'll keep our radios

tnrnPrt when rock and roll coois aown, mose oi ua wuo

Labor News

And

(mment

by VICTOR RJESEL

COLUMBUS, 0. On TV the

ouier day one of those photogenic

reporters, using a new fangled

gaagec insieaa ot a pencil which
we old fashioned types are stuck

with, interviewed truck drivers drivers-asking
asking drivers-asking them if they'd "vote for

xave cecK again.

It makes no difference how the
boys answered. Fact is that they

cannot voie euner tor or gainst

Dave Beck or any other national

Teamster official. They never
coma. Uiiaer their constihon thev

jusi aon i nave me ngni to heave

out toe old boy.

These 1. 500.000 hard wnrktncr

Teamos have just enough rishts

to pay their dues. There is no di

rect vote for president in the

leamsters Brotherhood. He is

chosen by the convention dele

gates who owe their jobs in the

giant union to ihe Teamos vice'

presidents, two or three of whom
actually pick the president the

delegates noL uily "elect." V
I've now talked to enough l9f
ther,, ccrb.- ,.ie tast to realize
' Dav "eck wants to run
gein and Jim Hoffa end

. brews. er went him he's
In.

As I hear it, no Teamster
seems to vote for anything. There

are 1100 locals across the land

Most of them just don't have elec

tions lor national convention dele

gates. Most of the time the locals

operate on an ancient resolution

passed late some night at a meet

ing auenaea dv just enough to get
up a stud poker game. This reso resolution
lution resolution says that the local's execu

tive council can appoint the dele

gates to tne convention each five

years.

Since the executive council is
made up of buckos who support
the local president and the local

president is a fellow who got
there because he had the support
of the regional chief and the re regional
gional regional chief made it because he
had the nod from Brester, Beck
or Koffa who are the three men
who control the regional set ups

who is1 going to revolt against

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."dig It" will play our records.
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Also, here's another poem for the books:

I'm writing this piece about Elvis,
The boy with the far-ranging pelvis.
To tell you some things that you must not know
- And to give you some Info on his show.
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To you his type of acting is bad
But to s, he's more than Just a. fad,
You claim we treat our parents spad
So about this treating you should be glad,
O
We know you pick on him because
You really gjo for Santa XJlaus l. ,
Now to alL veto dear Lvmon 'Jans A
If you did w all knows this
At dear Frankle you'd all hiss
Without those Oo's and Oh's and Ah s
He ain't worth one of my claws.

So let me tell you all a bit
About our Elvis, you'll have a fit.
But Elvis and us, we don't care.
Because you all is very rare.

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' I'd also like to get around to answering Dick Lomedico.
!rd like to state that I too like all rock and roll. That includes
'Frankle Lymon. I can stomach Mm lust as long as they don't
start saying he sings better than ElvK
) I'd also like to ask you Lvmon fans what does Frankle do
while he's sineing? Does he stand still? No. you bet vour life
Jhe doesn't. Then wbv is it that von all oall this style when
idone by Elvis, "wiggling?" Just, answer that! Is It because
'Elvis does it better and is more doph'ai- thn TanH? Must be.
r Let's Be Fair 'n Square

There are a few independent
fellows, but you literally can
count on the finger of your

hands the number of I o c a 1 1 J

which have spoken up against
the national leadership. Count Count-i:
i: Count-i: oven those you hoar about
as you hedge-hop this country,
there are nine or ton at the
most, including Canada.

"It's the First Time It's Ever Been Done"

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Walter Winchell In New York

THI HEADUNERS

rence queneai ; "is mere ; a n ri
blood?" Brvnner shook hi hH i

Hammer tne nongos. wau oayoo- "How sad.'" she declared with ear.

onnn-aayooonnn ana Decome tne nest disappointment. "It would

Sir:

DIRTY STORE

This, out of 1,100 locals, fully
six weeks after the Senate probe
began. And a week after it was

revealed that Beck had directed

executi vice president E i n a r

Mohn to conduct a round roblnJ

telahonfJwf- on-, Wednesday,
March' Sii-of e' Teamster high

com m ana on the spending of SI.

au,ooo lor a public relations 10b

But let's not be too beastly with

the Teamsters. Fact is that Just

a handful of- unions have direct

referendum type secret balloting

. .iieir national umcers. One of

11 "1 Steel Workers

And those boys do vote. Each e-

. UUi over half a mil

aj.i ballots. In this last poll for

president, the steei-makers cast

some 700,000 votes, or well over

60 per cent of their members. The
International Typographical Union

does even better, it traditionally

draws an 83 to 80 per cent vote.

But when you survey the field,

you una that of 194 national u
nions, exactly 150 have no consti

tutional provision for secret bal

loting for national officers.
Of these. 137 choose their off!

cers and executive boards right

at the national convention. The

the

Golden Boy of Calypsos. We refer

to Harry Belafonte, of course.

whose success was the result of

failure. .Only 7 years ago, he

was a discouraged singer who de

ft cided to quit show biz. With sever

al chums as partners, he opened

an eatery in Greenwich Village,

The restaurant became a gather

ing place for old friends who en-

gaged in informal song sessions.
(Gradually, the get-togethers lured

those wno enjoyed tout music, ue-

lafonte'i friends urged him to re
turn to show biz as a folk singer.
Thus began the resurgence of a
career which has reached a gilded
pinnacle. Today, life is a song for
Belafonte.

I went to one of the new stores on the Translsthmlan hi?h-

wav to purchase a'few things, and also walked through to the rank-and-file Just never get

While filling in time waiting to be served, I looked out the j

!back entrance, and rieht at the corner of the building saw

- 1 A. J 1,1.

fWnai loocea use sinati aumu as inwiy a yiace h yuuic
seen.
What's the matter with the manager of the place? Doesn't
ihe give a damn? The Sanitation Denartment should make him
'Clean It up. or fine him. Or don't they have an effective
ISanitation Department in the Republic?
i This place is selline foodstuffs, and should be kept spotless

ly clean at all times. But what can we expect from a lot of i

jPanamanian businessmen who aren't interested in giving the
customer service, Just in taking his money?
An nhMrve

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
PAIS AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS
wishes to inform the general public that
MABEL V. LYEW, formerly employed in
our offices in the City of Colon, is no
longer in our gerviceg.
April 2, 1957.

INVESTMENT
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sion Expansion of business with established reputation. In Investors
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ities, possibilities, Address Box 1156 Panm4.

che.ice to vote for anything.

This means mat almost SO
per cent of the AFL-CIO s Id,.
000,000 member never cast a
secret' ballet for ther leader leadership.
ship. leadership. There are some 40 unions
therefore which d give their
peea'e the right to vote for con con-.
. con-. ', ri.ieaatCs or officers se secretly.
cretly. secretly. These unions have a
.......rMip of 3,500,000 who at

leest can cnoose representatives
to talk for them at conventions
whore they dent vote direct directly
ly directly tkemtelves.

To make matters worse there

n. is a growing tendency to run
national conventions' less frequent

ly. The Teamsters and a score of

other major unions run their con conclaves
claves conclaves every five years. Session!
each four years are rapidly be

coming tne norm.

I The answer given the members

i is the excessive cost of these
I gatherings most of which are
! held at great distances from the

center of membership activity.

The Teamsters last shindig was

ru" in Los A'ge'ev This Sen'em Sen'em-ber
ber Sen'em-ber it is scheduled for Miami

Beach. This keeps the rank and and-file
file and-file committees swsy from na national
tional national officers whom they rarely

see.
And these are nn em parties

though there certainly Is taxa

tion without representation.

Nature ahrua !c it yV trebles

and the destructive power of
mankind seems puny by compari comparison.
son. comparison. The latest San Francisco
quakes were horrifying, albeit
they represent a minor calamity
when compared with the old holo holocaustwhich
caustwhich holocaustwhich inspired one of the
most remarkable Journalistic feats

. .Will Irwin was smong San

Francisco's top newsmen before
migrating to New York. When the

quake staggered san jrrancisco,
Irwin was a N.Y. Sun staffer,
News from the scene of the disas

ter was fragmentary. Equipped

win these sketchy reports, Irwin
produced detailed stories of the

quake based on his own great

knowledge of tne city, me resun
was S days of front-page sensa

tions. Incredibly, tney were aiso

accurate. Many of them were lat later
er later preserved in journalistic antho

logies. : .

for famous actresses, the' re recently
cently recently noted: "What is ft that
makes one person a great stage
personality while another works
like a dog and yet something is
missing? No one knows. But It
seems to e a God-given gift
that allows the talent within you
to come out and go across the
footlights or, the screen to the
audience. Garbe has It. Kath Katharine
arine Katharine Hepburn has it. Helen
Hayes has ft. Audrey Hepburn
has ft."
And Ingrid Bergman has It.
Success has peculiar consequenc

es. Tony Perkins, for exsmple

told an interviewer; "The one

have been so dramatic,"

The Cuban firecracker could
explode in Batista's face any ed edition.
ition. edition. In common with all dicta dictators,
tors, dictators, Batista's, contempt for free freedom
dom freedom l on e par with the feeling
decent people have for him. .
A revealing insight into the dic dictator's
tator's dictator's mind is illustrated by Ba Batista's
tista's Batista's response to a newsman
who inquired: "Hew many poli political
tical political parties do you have in Cu Cuba?"
ba?" Cuba?" Batista-snapped: "The throe
most important parties support

mo the army, the navy end the! thing I cannot be comprehensive

pence."

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When Thomas Lanier Williams

attended high school be was dis

satisfied with his given name

Hence he sdopted the name Ten
nessee in honor of his pioneer an an-rpstor.
rpstor. an-rpstor. in that State. .Williams,

who seems to have another hit in

"Oroheus Descending," beg a

creating dramas bsck in 1936. One

of his efforts closed out oi town
in 1939 theyrewritten version is
the currey "Orpheus Descend Descending."
ing." Descending." It wasn't until 1943 that be

narented his initial click, "The

Glass Menagerie." Although Wil
liams is the most successful con

temporary dramatist, he had had
3 consecutive flops: "Summer and
Smoke." "The Rose Tsttoo" and

"Camino Real."

Report that the Dodgers will
renounced Brooklyn and go into
exile in Los Angeles are diffi diffi-cstM
cstM diffi-cstM to believe. The Bums are
to Brooklyn what royalty Is to
Britain. They are not et a
team; they represent a tradi tradition.
tion. tradition. The delightfully daffy as aspects
pects aspects of baseball in Brooklyn ie
probably beet exemplified by
the hilarity that reigned at Bb Bb-bots
bots Bb-bots Field following the Public
address announcer's immortal

wolds: "A smell bey has
found leet."

Admiral Byrd, who passed the

other day. had a wen-aonea wil.

After be returned rrora a tenrtny

expedition, a reporter inquired

What was the one thing you mus

ed most while yon were away?

The Admiral grinned: Tempta Temptation."
tion." Temptation."
The King end I," which has
beea Yul Brynner's rocket to the
stars landed on the planet of Os Oscar.
car. Oscar. When be co-starred with Ger

trude Lawerence in the stage ver

sion. Brynner discovered what

makes So actress aa Actress. .
Doing one episode, he was re

quired to remove his coat, decor-;

ated with Leaved goid buttons, sod

hurl it serosa the stage. One eve-,

rung his aim was poor and the
coat lashed Miss Lawerenee's bare
back. Wbea ahe came off tbe

stage, Brynner war la the wings
waiting o apolncite. Before he
I could say anything. Miss Law-

( A President may govern i'a na

tion but ho can be ruled. Shortly
after becoming President, the

Commsnder-in Chief announced

his surrender: "Only three people

can order me around., Mamie, the
chief Secret Service man and my
doctor. The doctor has the most
power because I can argue with

the other two." x i ;

Prod Astairo is dancing as grace gracefully
fully gracefully as ever in "Funny Fsce."
The 57-year-old star retains his
unusual agility; Strangely, Astaire
never dances', when he visits a
nightclub. "I never dance," he de declares,
clares, declares, "unless I have to." ;
The star, incidentally, is one of
the most, popular Hollywoodites.
A produder once said: "He's the
only, star in Hollywood with a
million dollars and no enemies."
Ingrid Bergman, who has nu

meroue fans, if a fan 'when it
comes to expanding enthusiasm

about is what success has done to

me. v What is i all this? JUmay
wake Hny screamihgr Whypha 'w
hanoened to me?"

V

A-stanger, reaction is Kim No Novak's:
vak's: Novak's: "When I was unknown, I

hsd one bicycle," she states. "My
bike was my escape when I felt
emotional. But I have two icy

cles now one's for long distanc-

es" (JUL- --Jj

An astounding concept has hit

teevee. Brains are no handican.

As a matter of fact, it's possible
to get rich by being samrt. .The

quizzers are bonanzas. The spon

tor of the $64,000 Question" once

sought to explain the popularity of

his program. "We're trying to
show the country that the little

people are really very intelligent,

That's why the show has caught

on because of tbe little people.
"That'i right," a' friend sdded

"The little people end big mon

ey." v

WASHINGTON One" of GOP
campaign pledges sounded on

prior to Nov. tf was aid for small

ousiness. t :

President Eisenhower' promised
at Lexington. Kv.. on Oct. 1: "i

shall call for further help to small
business with some dozen specific

recommendations foe action, in

cluding special tax measures."

xie aiso saia on u. zz tnat he

planned to ask Congress to sive

smaii ousinessmen- about SfiOO.000

w in iax,reuei. ..

, Last week, however RepubU
cans lined : up' almost i solid a-

gainst an amendment to the tax
bill by Son.r William Fulbright
of Arkansas giving I per cent
tax, relief to smalt business net

ting up to 123,000. 0 final vote
was 52 If 93 against the amend amend-ment.
ment. amend-ment. Viv'v rwt.

After the vofp rsnp sn lw

Smith (N.JX rushed over to Ful-

ongni io apologize, lor his vote.;

jBiuy Boyji Smith said. "Vou

know a I'm all with you.- but- I

couldn't go along. I Just had a call

irom the white House asking me
... At. A ...

io- Toie, against uie amendment as

a personal tavorv i couldn't re

fuse. 11 Of-- "tJ" ,n

' Another Republican friend of
small business, S e n a t o r .Thye
(Minn.) ststed that he also had
been called by the White House

and asked to vote against the

small business tax relief amend'

ment,

Thye'e call was reported to have
Come from Secretary of Treasury
George Humphrey: Smith's call

rrom snerman Adams.

Republican Senator Case (S.

u.)r me man wno courageously
exposed the scandalous lobbying
practices of the oil companies
on the natural gas bill, wat one

ot the few Republicans who

stuck by their premises and con'
victions. ,!-.:,!.;. iot H .-a

When he voted in favor of smafi

business, however, he was quickly
surrounded by Renublican col.

leagues who. demanded that he

change hit vote.

t case shouted in reply loud

nough for many to hear;

' l don't write letters one wsy

sna vote tne other."

Another of the few Republicsn

Senstors voting for small business

tax relief was Joe McCarthy of

Wisconsin. f
Not 1Fillhr!tfht' mciulm.nt

would have given small business
a total of teoo.000.000 of tax re

lief, exacly the amount proposed

oy cisennower on Oct. 22. Ful

brlght's proposal was the lesser

of several proposals, those by Sen.

Sparkman of Alabama going much

runner, iney never had a chance.
Note 2 Remarked Sen. McNa-

mara of Michigan when the vot voting
ing voting was all over: "A modern Re

publican is one who talks' like
Franklin Roosevelt and? votes like

Herbert Hoover."

TWO TYCOONS V
: FROM CLEVKLAND

Cyrus Eaton of the Chesapeake

and Ohio Railroad and the Cleve

land Investment firm. Otis and

Co., had a recent private huddle

with? top; Democratic leaders re regarding
garding regarding another well-known Cleve-

lander, Secretary of the Treasury
George Humphrey, i

Eaton urged a full Senate inves

tigation of Humphrey, pointed out
that the Secretary of the Treasu Treasury
ry Treasury has not sold his' stock in his
far-flunff M.A Manna f7t

the stock had appreciated some

$800,000,000 while Humphrey was
in the Treasury, and that almost
everything the Treasury handled
affected Humphrey's private inter interests
ests interests an some wsy or other. J J-'
' J-' Foreixn business firms, ha

6d Out. had in aomn rss mn.

chased coal from Humphrev'a

Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Co.,
largest coal company in the world,
because their countries had in

imrinrtnnf hminac niith th c

tary of the Treasury -i
Kumnlirav im & momKA r9 it,.

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board which controls the Export Export-Import
Import Export-Import Bank from which jnany :-

countries have to borrow money.
Those Who ronfftrrmt with Flattn ":

included '. Senate leader L y n d o n

jonnson oi Texas: i

" The Senators were, hesitant a.
bout investigating Humphrey.
Some of them feared, he would
retaliate Against them through
Internal Revenue, which can in investigate
vestigate investigate their Income taxes.
Later. Eaton wrote a nrivate

letter to the Senators, dated

March 9, which follows: J'.

5 S0 BILLION' ORBIT
"A further illustration of the

manner in which George Humph-'
rey continually-uses bis high nub-

lic post to -buttress ; his private
business Interests is provided, by

tbe recent pre-emntion of toD oi

fices of the Federal Reserve Bank
of. Cleveland by Humphrey7 bench-

mn,

First. Arthur VanBuskirk. a di

rector of Humphrey's Pittsburgh

Uonsiuation uoat company, was

made chairman of the bank. This

was swiftly followed by the nam naming
ing naming of J. H. Thompson, president
of Humphrey's M. A. Hanna Co

as vice chairman oi tne oank.

"With these adroit moves, anoth

er powerful tuianciai institution
boasting assets of 14,755,000,000

was added to the Humphrey orbit,
to bring to the incredible total of
$60,755,000,000 the combined assets
of the corporations Interlocked by

officers and directors in the
Humphrey-Hanna Pittsburgh eon-
sol group. : v

This does not teu the whole

story, however, for1 there are. oth other
er other companies in which Humphrey

exercises great influence without

representation among officers and

One conspiclous example is Stan

dard Oil of New Jersey, in which

A. Hanna Company owns Stock

worth $26,885,772 and which has to-

assets of S7.164.000.000. stan

dard Oil follows the policy of put

ting its own psid officers on its

board.' '-

Addine: the assets of Standard

Oil of New Jersey to the assets 6f

the companies with interlocking t

officers and directors raises the ;

total to th overpowejring; figufe
of $67,900,000,000. i 1

"Since the Secretary., of t h e

Treasury holds office by virtue of

Senate approval, does not, tne sen

ate have a continuing moral ebti.

cation to take corrective action

when the Secretary constantly us uses
es uses his official public position to

further his private business for-,
tunes?" ; .

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present a Quarter-Million Dollar

Diamond : Jewelry Exhibit by

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Conduct Good-Conduct Medal at ceremonies at Fort Davis, They are (front row left to; rU?ht).Sp3 John claspell, Hqs. Btry., Sp3 Robert
Van Amburg, Btry B., Sp2 Henry H. Graves; Btry C., Sp3 Raymond F: Williams, Hqsr Btry f 8p3 Lee E. Harrison and Sp3
: -carl Hail of Btry"C."V (Second row l to t): Sgt. Garland Hen son, Btry "C," Sp3 Stephen W. Robinson, Btry "C," Sp3, Clarence
' JJ. Smith, Btry "CW," Bgt. Albert Trultt, Btry ,"A," Pfo. Judge L. Solomon, Btry "C" and Sp2 Alfred .W. Wines of Btry "A."

Ailing Eden Arrives ; Iron Curfain Train
In Fiji En Route I From Vcsl Berlin
To US Hospital ; Crashes Killing 4 ;
SUVA; Fiji Islands, April : 5 KESSEL; dtermany; 'April 5 --firpiw-sir
Anthonv Eden. look- (VP) -The allied forces famed

intrtired and drawn, arrived yes "iron Ctfrtain Express" from West

leraay on uic: uioi icg ui- serun erasnea miq anouier jjhs-
ried flight to i the United States senger train early today shortly
foiT treatment of stubborn In- after crossing' the east-west fron-
testinal ailment. ( tier into West Germany. f .,,
Eden limped perceptibly on his Vest Germany r Federal Rail Rail-rlKht.le
rlKht.le Rail-rlKht.le ashe walked to.an au- way officials said four Germans
tomobile after ae-bartlns from u,cr tmt ma -ia ininroH nn th

the Royal New Zealand Air Force civilian train. No casualities were

iiyme Doat wmcn fiew nim nere. reported on the militaryitr ahii'
Coming up the ramp from the v
landing stage. Eden, who Is 59. Tt js the famous military express
reached out frequently to grasp wnich crosses East Germany
the rope handraiL. ; j every night' to Frankfurt troops
i,. As he entered the automobile', nd bmuT from the western out out-someone
someone out-someone -shouted: "Good health, , f
sir." Eden turned his head and t' w
renlled: "Thank you." ' ""

.. Gov. Sir-Ronald Garvey of Fiji
and his wife and daughter wel welcomed
comed welcomed Eden, and his wife. Clarr
issa. , i

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United States of America, hereby advises the
public- that brassieres and similar- articles ille illegally
gally illegally bearing the traidemark 'Maidenform" "are
being offered for sale in this country, and that
the legal owner thereof shall take the legal steps
necessary to protect its rights.

En route" here from New Zea

land. Eden's plane developed

mechanical trouble .after a re

fueling stop and was. forced to
turn back. The Sunderland fly fly-In
In fly-In boat 'returned to Hobson Hobson-vllle
vllle Hobson-vllle Navy Base near Auckland
a few hours after takeoff. It
resumed the flight aftef neces neces-sarv
sarv neces-sarv reoalrs.
The Edens will trocee l to th
airport at Nandi on the wpst
coast of the Island and board a
Oantns Emnlre AlrHnes plane for
the flight to Honolulu ,.

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Bcserk Frenchman
Shoots Retired US
General And Wife
ST. P E T E S B U R G,' F i s.,
April 5 (UP) A berserk french
ar hero last night killed a re retired
tired retired American Brigadier .Gener .General,
al, .General, once an adviser to Chiang Kai Kai-shek,
shek, Kai-shek, and the General's wife be because
cause because he said they foiled his suici suicide
de suicide plans. , , ;
' Mauricft M. Cha-vigny, 43,' a for former
mer former French Legionnaire and ve veteran
teran veteran of four wars, told police he
killed Brig.' Gen. W. R. McRey McRey-nolds
nolds McRey-nolds (ret.) and his wifer. Faye,
with seven shots when they "rush "rushed
ed "rushed at me" to try and take away

his J3L caliber automatic pistol.
He had beenjlivin with the cou
ple.'- ; .-V; V-
Officers capture Chavigny after
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was booked temporarily lor inves
tigation of murder., He was crying
and muttering in broken English
whja. he emerged from an inten intensive
sive intensive police questioning.
McReynolds, 64, who helped
inaugurate the Army's use of
rC". xations and 'K" rations, was
found sprawled in the living room
of his comfortable home on Snell
Island, an exclusive residential
area. here. ; ... ; ftjv,'i;ntr
Shot five times, he lay in a pool
of blood, clad in walking shorts
and a T-shirt. ---. v:.? -.i
Mrs. McReynolds-a i youthful
looking woman of 60, was lying in
the kitchen of tneir nome aressea
ih 'tight-fitting toreador pants.. ;
Solon Predicts US
Will Hall Hungarian
Refugee Program
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WASHINGTON, April 5 (UP)
Rep. Francis E. Walter (D-Pa.)
predicted today the goverment
will call a halt to its Hungarian
refugee program in the next two
reeks.
Walter, head of the House Im
migration Subcommittee,1' recent recently
ly recently asked Attorney General Her
bert Brownell Jr. to stop admiung
Hungarian regugees to this,coun-
T'ln my opinion, the program
will be closed down and the only
ones admitted will be members
of families who were separated",
Walter said.
" About 30,000 Hungarians have
been brought ot this country since
the revolt against the Communist
goverment was suppressed by so-
vu troops last October, me
bulk of refuges came here in the
first few months.
Walter said his subcommittee

has almost finished a prjdiminahctf

ry mquiry Into operation 01 rae l
Hungarian refugee., program and
expects to begin open hearings
next month.
The Pennsylvania Congressman
has been critical of the security
screening given the refugees.
Reds Invite U.S.
Vets Of Elbe Meet Meet-To
To Meet-To Moscow Reunion
MOSCOW, April 5 (UP) -Eight
Russian reservists have invited
American veterans of the U. S. S.Soviet
Soviet S.Soviet linkup on the Elbe River in
1945 to come to Moscow this
month to celebrate the anniversa
ry of the historic meeting.
The Americans are members of
"American Veterans of the Meet-
founded by Joseph Polowsky, of
Chicago. v '.. ."
Polowsky and various members
of his group eame here for an an anniversary
niversary anniversary reunion in 1955.-Several
Russian veterans of the linkup
were invited to a reunion in the
United States last year, but were
unable to obtain visas.
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68 CZ Girls To Participate In

Of Caribbean, Girls'" State

Sixty-eight Canal Zone girls are
preparing to take part in the 1957
session of Caribbean Girls' State
which starts at- t. Clayton next
Thursday.
The week-long program, which
open Thursday night 7:30 will
be climaxed with the Iniugur.
tion ef the 1957 Gevtrnor to be
elected by the group of "c i 1 1 1--
- 1-- sens" en Sunday night. This
will be followed by gala re reception.
ception. reception. All activities will take
place at the Ft, Clayton Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital Building.
Girls' State will end Wednesday,
April 18 when the Awards .Assem .Assembly
bly .Assembly will be h e 1 d at 7:30 p.m.
Cross roads Boys' State citizens
will be guests, and the last ses
sion will be completed with a tal talent
ent talent ShOW. 'I.' t V:t0:!3: 'v'.','?' ;
., Gins state ; an Boys-, State are
a nation-wide American." Legion
and 'American Legion 'Auxiliary
program to help girls and boys of
high school age better understand
the structure and functioning! of
the government of the Unit e d
States and to prepare themselves
for active citizenship. These ses sessions
sions sessions provider an opportunity for
the citizens to participate as self self-governing
governing self-governing in ,a mythical "State"
of the, United States, where they
learn, the duties,', privileges 'and
responsibility tier uof ? citizens of
our country! More than 120,000
girls each year attend the 49 Girls!
States and approximately this
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Behind
the Screen: Before deciding on
Marjorie Lord for his next season
TV wife, Danny Thomas, took
Mrs. Thomas to see her on the
wtage here w "Anniversary
Waltz." After the first act, Danny
looked at Rosemary Thomas and
said:
"What do you think?"
"She's wonderful," said Rose
mary.
1 n be spending eight hours a
day with her four days a'w e e k,
you know,'? said Danny ,s? aware
that Rosemary also was thinking,
"wowi wnai a ttou.
"I know," said Rosemary, with
smug laugh. Out on the set
you're jus tthe boss. At home I'm
the bos."
MA KETTLE, one of Holly
wood's worst-dressed women?
Someone gave Marjorie Main
the title recently and she's still
storming about it because,' she
says, "all the other women are
mostly undressed. Why. I think
I'm one of the best-dressed wom
en. -.-!.. i -fc .-" f
Rugged individualist Marjorie s
even willing to defend the old
fashioned high ,- ubtton shoes she
wears on and off the set. "Real
;?'?h'ton.e:
she says. "I have
them custom made. I think they
lcok real classy. Why, I'm a fash fashion
ion fashion plate by the 1912 Sears-Roebuck
catalog.", i : I
Paul Newman, zooming, to star stardom
dom stardom since "Somebody Up There
Likes Me," wishes someone in
Hollywood would dislike an acting
performance now and then. The
town's lack of criticism. he told
me, is his biggest worry 'about
film acting. t
"You do a film and no one in
me front office can ever say you
I stunk it up, even if l you did," he
says. "They cant be honest be because
cause because it would be a reflection on
; their own judgment in casting you
in the picture. In New York
there's a different attitude. .They
knock you down and you nave to
come up fighting."

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tutted his rats!... See THE GREAT MAN... SroofM to
t tb eereen fren the pages of the daring best-seller!
THE GREAT MAN!... Great ftt drama... the shattering
story f ssan who hid behind m mask of fame of the
wosoea wbe knew him, the Ben who trwsted blm, the nil nil-Uons
Uons nil-Uons wbe believed tn him..- and of tbe one man who
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ON WIDM5DAI 19 AT THE CEXTKAL.

amount of boys attend Boys State

throughout the United States.
In order that girls end boys
Nn this area might have an e e-qual
qual e-qual opportunity with tiese liv living
ing living In the United States to ben
tfit by this type of program, the
American, Legion Auxiliary ini initiated
tiated initiated Caribbean Girs State in
194 and the American Legion
started Crossroads Boys State
in 1955 end the programs are as asperated
perated asperated each year with the en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic approval of the Gov Governor
ernor Governor of the Canal :: Zone and
are endorsed by the Schools
Division.
Prominent men and women spe
cial instruction, emphasis being
placed on good city, country, and
state government
The girls who attend Caribbean
Girls State will belong to one of
the two political parties. "Feder
alists" and"1 "Nationalists," and
will take part in all political acti
vities. Each girl may try for any
office, and will hold a government
position, whether,- by election or
appointment. There will be a well
rounded program of i recreation
fun, church attendance and ade
quate rest periods. Each group
i i..u ii .-.a. '-j
as an auuic counsellor. : ...
Two outstanding citizens will
be chosen at the elote of the
session to represent Caribbean
Girls State at Girls' Nation in
Washington, D .C. during the
summer. Financial backing is
necessary for the transportation,
MltCHUM'S analvsis
many young dolls knocking on the
gates of show business is one for
me arama student oobks.
V Most of them are like a girl 1
vnee new, says Mitchum. "She
felt a strange urge and said to
hersejf. 'It must be art.' Sn aha
mea to De a pianist and failed,
men sne tailed at being a paint painter,
er, painter, a dancer and a harpist. Then
sue saia, i guess I, was destined
to be an actress.' ;
"So she joined a little theater
group up in New England, mot
jruuiiB i m. n ana' iney v were mar
ried, the urge suddenly disappear
uea. it wasn't an urge for 'art at
All I ..... Am. a i ?
.... .. wa tt Teiie w names
Art."'' r '. .!.. -ji-- n i. a-
The Wjtnet; A movie doll wore
her own mink coat .for a love
scene with Jeff Morrow id a tele telefilm.
film. telefilm. Just before the camera turn turned,
ed, turned, she whispered in his ear: "Be
as ardent as you like with me,'
but don't maul that minkl"
NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Eddie
Bracken, about the future of mo movies:,
vies:, movies:, "Hollywood needs more
showmanship, Pictures aren't sold
the way they once were. There's
not enough excitement.";
This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones
The only, town where because of
the development of the drive-in
you can have breakfast, lunch
and dinner,, drop your soiled
clothes at a laundry, deposit your
money at a Dans; and enjoy a mo movie
vie movie without having to stop neck
ing in your car. . ;...:
If Fox gets Elvis Presley before
the Army does, he'll be co-starred
with Jane Mansfield in a film ti titled
tled titled "Love Maniac." Let' hope
the Army gets him first ;
Guy Madison gallops back to
the cameras this summer for
more "Wild Bill Hickok" tele telefilms.
films. telefilms. He's already made 100. .
Groucho Marx hosted a birthday
narty for other Zeppo. At 9 30,
Zeppo said, "I've got to leave."
Replied Groucho: "It's about
time." :

Starting

to and return from' the Session.
All-citizens and staff members
participate In the selection.
Eligibility requirements lor
Caribbean Girls State are as f ol-
lows: ';,..v''-f-'fH;
; (1) A girl musi be in the Jun Junior
ior Junior or 'third year of senior hieh
school, regardless of whether that
year' ends in June or February.
t) A girl must .be the daughter
of a citizen of the Umtea
except .that each year two eirls of
otner citizenships may attend s
good-will..' s i
(3) A girl must have shown anna
qualifications! in leadership, cha character,
racter, character, courage, honesty; scholar-
ship,; and cooperativedess She
shall be physically fit;
(4) A girl may not have nartici-
pated in a previous s e s s I o n of
Girls Mate as a citizen. -The
following is the list of coun
sellors and citizens of Girls State

selected to attend the 1957 sessidhltd local and state government."

to ne neid at rt. uayton
" Citizens from Balboa High: Joan
BimpfJ, Janet. V. Tribe, Rochelie
Head, Caroline, E. Zirkman, Sue
J, Mable, Sheila f arbman,5 Mary
A. Wickman, Lynn, M. Raymond,
Frances G Paige 1 :.;
GwentiL McCullough,'i Lyn"I S.
Parsons, .Shirley R. Barlow, Nancy
J. Therrell, Fairiee G. Skinner,
Dorothy C. .Rose, Helen A. Adams
tanaa Longmore, n;ueen uame-
rauiv Mary;-1 Smith, Laura ? J.
Dew, Amy A. Luddy, Dorothy A.
Miller, Jacquiline L. Dunn. Sarah
K. Purdy, Maxine C. Conover,
Jeanette Eglinton, ;
Rebecca J. Duke Eleanor J.
Jones, Mary Lavallee, Joan Law-
iv mary neniz,, isime aue apen-
cer and Doris Younir. --w
Citizene-from Cristobal H 1 e h
School: Stephanie Beck,' Wendy J.
Cotton, Marie Bleakley, Virginia
Kleefkens,; Alicia Donobue, Linda
Cunningham, Card I ; Flenniken,
Grace Argo, Rosalie Radel, Janet
Argue, Frances Salter, Mary Cof Coffey,
fey, Coffey, Arilia Vinas, Jacklyn S. Jones,
Julia Fernandez and Ellen Fussel Fussel-man.
man. Fussel-man. .
An observer. Loretta A. Hfrnch-
feld is being Sponsored, by Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Women's Club,- Colon Colon-Cristobal
Cristobal Colon-Cristobal Unit. The: Observer from
the Balboa High .School will be
sponsored by the Panama-Balboa
Unit Inter-American W o m e n's
uub and will be announced later.
Counselors ae Virginia Rpv.
nolds, former Governor 1956 Ses Session,
sion, Session, Sandra,. Motta,Lt. Governor
1956 session, Julia May. Secretary
of State 1956 Session, Fo r r e s t
wise, Attorney General 1956 Ses Session,
sion, Session, Helen J. Nita, Barbara' L.
Gegg, Pat Maedl. 'Diane M. Ja
cobs, Linda" Jacobs,. Terry L.
Loyis, Dunne Geddes, Ma.rcia
Lewis, Nancy Purdy, Joan Dag Dag-mar
mar Dag-mar and Judith Slgl. s
Board Members of Caribbean
Girls State are: Mrs. Louise E.
Griffon, Chairman; Mrs. Eleanor
Becker, Vice Chairman Mrs.
Frances Gilley, Department Presi President
dent President American Legion Auxiliary;
Mrs. Anna May Butcher, Mrs.
Katherine Wright, Mrs. NJoan. O'
conneu.
.House-Mothers
pate in mis civic program re
Mrs. Rene Gauvin, Mrs. Eleanor
Connor, Mrs. Anita McK e o w n,
who will be present as the City
Mothers.'; Girls State Unit Chair Chairman
man Chairman are invited to participate,
and- Chairmen from Unit 1, Bal-

who will" particW

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1957 Session

Thursday
,boa,
Cristobal, 3-Gatun, and t
t.
Clayton will add their serviq-
es. v r
. Among the many distinguished
Guest Speakers, are General High High-tower,
tower, High-tower, Chaplain Donovan, Chaplain
Sink, Rabbi Witkin through the
courtesy of the Armed Forces.,
Governor Potter and Lt. Gover Governor
nor Governor Schull have been : invited ,te
participate. -. 1
l, '. ::-J:" ' ;v4 ';:
C. D.' Wilson; Army Educational
Director Atlantic Side will serve
on the program speaking on ''Ci
ty Government,'?. instructions and
"Country Government."
- David A. Speir, Jr.' will speak
on "Overall Picture xl state Government,'1-
''Duties of Officials"
and "state v Primary i Elections
and William Dotan will speak on
"Civil Defense and Firefiehtintf
Organization and Frank f Wilder
will present "Security as 'applied

Turbyfill will speak on "Par
tiamentiry Procedures" An im
portent highlight to the'prograni
is the day at court to visit Bel-
boe Judge John Doming' and to ;
View .court in session.. The visit
to the Police Station will be un,
' the supervision of Capt B.. Dap.
den and ho will speak on "Po "Police
lice "Police Protection.". .-.,.
Judge Guthrie Crowe" and K th
District Attorney Roland K. Ha Hazard
zard Hazard will speak during the day v
and Mr. Hazard will supervise the
Mock 4Trial session. Judge Crown
will present "The Judicial S y s s-tfem:';l
tfem:';l s-tfem:';l i '
E. A. Doolan of the. Personrd
Bureau of the Canal .Zone Gov-
ernment and. Dr. Pa-olucci are co-I
opearating with the program for
the balance of the program in or-
der to furnish i instructors, and;
guest speakers.. A J

Cash Prizes To BeV;
Awarded To Winners
Of Esquire Contest
, Cash prizes will be awarded t9 r
the -winners of the weekly Cafa i
Kinilir talpnf nupst rnntMf It
was announced, today; $ v-
the winners of this weekly show
meet on June 8 to decide which
of them will finally be presented
to the aeneral nubile on; Circu-
lo's June JBhow. ; 'a! & S

. The second contest will be held
Saturday. Ast week's was won i
by the True-Tone, from Fort
Sherman. No cash prize was of-i
fered last week, so the Trus

Tones will have special Drivlletr
es in the final elimination,
AD Interested In appearing: on
the show may.- contact J Alfred
Doyki program coordinator, at
the Cafe Esquire. Colon, in per
son or by callingr telephone Co
lon 986. They may also apply by
letter by ... writing tOL- Talent
Show, Box 1289, Colon, i
This week's show will begin at
10:30 Instead of 10, p.m. ;
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TIES PANAMA AMERICAN AH INDEPENDENT DAILY' KXWSPAPES
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WASHINGTON: President Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower before .the Advertising
Council on the possibility of a
tax cut next year:
"As much as we hate taxes, It
(peace) an objective that

over-rides our aversion to high

taxes-r-iiiaxes are neeaea.-""?
HOflYWOOD: Philip May.

neighbor of Hungarian actress

Eva BartoK's ex-boy mend,
Francis Murray, on a brawl be between
tween between Murray and Miss Bartok's
second husband. A le x a n der

Paal: (-.-. ,

"I'm Used to crazy thlnes hap

pening in these hills (Hollywood
Hills) , but this Is the craziest
yet.",. ,,' i

LONDON: Labor! te Mrs. Eirene

White moving: an amendment In
the House of Commons on a

films bill:

I am told that In the United

States, the general attitude is

that children are little adults
and can see adult films. Some of
us might think that adults are
only large children when we look
at American films.", t
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WASHINGTON: Deputy Under-Secretary
of State Robert D.
Murphy announcing the State
Department has no intention of
allowing American newsmen to
go to Red China as long as
Americana are held prisoner
there:
"To do so might well destroy
their (the prisoners) last chance
for freedom and would most cer certainly
tainly certainly be giving In to a form of
blackmail."
CHICAGO: Clarence. Green,
32, mayor of Dalton, Ga on why
he turned up as a laborer In a
Chicago paper factory:
"I just got sick and tired of

small town pojltlcs." .

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to SoUtOs shown the control panel of a Marine Fighter SquadronJM (VMF-312) "Fury"
? jet during a tour of the Provisional Marine Aircraft Group's facilities at Coco Solo by Approx Approx-'
' Approx-' imately 30 cub scouts of Pack 18. Coco Solo. Arming the cubs' queries is Ma N. A Boortz

) executive officer of Marine Air Base oquauiuiw-: vjvuvto-Jv, muu9- v. :'v
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) right of cockpit is Robert Hoff, son of Mr. and Mrs Tom Hoff. Coco Solo Both VWF-512 and

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LONDON, April v 5 (UP)Brlt-

ain todaV unveiled Its new iook
defense Plans providing for the

testing and production of a "me "megaton
gaton "megaton weapon" and abolishing

the national service oraic aiier
1960.

A defense White Paper releas released
ed released today also revealed that Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's once-mighty fleet of bat

tleships will be scrapped. The

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ly of a small number ol carrier
groups, cruisers and smaller
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Defense costs for the coming
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WASHINGTON, April 5 (UP)

rue Defense Department asKea
for permission today ito stock: 23

additional items ranging from

portable typewriters to maternity
dresses on the shelves of post
exchanges and ship service stores.
' The request bumped into im

mediate objections irom spoK.es spoK.es-men
men spoK.es-men for retailers, of baby furni

ture, children's clothing, sport

coats, and automobile, tires and
batteries. They said the military
was cutting into retailers' "bread

and butter." ' "'

Mai. Gen.' Harlan : C. Parks,

chief of the Army and Air Force

Exchange Service, told a House
Armed Services subcommittee
that addition of the 23' items to
PX lists would help build morale

and thus encourage reenustments.
"The absence of these article

from the exchange has been felt

most keenly by our service fami families
lies families in terms of inconvenience and

increased costs," Parks testified
Parks said the' department had

reached ; agreement with, retail

spokesmen on an out tour ot me
23 items. He defended each of
these four.- ',uutn fis-.rtf..:'

Rowland Jones Jr., president of

said retailers opposed addition of
these four; stocks because they
were areas of high sales.- He said
domestic! PX's' should be -limited

to small items of convenience

and necessity.", ,. ... ;s:

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and butter area, for- many .retail .retailers."
ers." .retailers." he said.

; Parks said there4 was a' "defi "definite
nite "definite need" to provide inexpensive
baby furniture in post exchanges
to help make "family life attrac

tive" for married servicemen.
He also said : some exchanges
now may stock auto tiresa nd bat batteries
teries batteries if they can demonstrate a
"hardship" situation, and it would
contribute to morale as well as
highway safety if all exchanges
were allowed to sell them.
- The items on' which there was
agreement included portable type typewriters,
writers, typewriters, maternity-type brassiers,
maternity dresses, and electric
blankets. "a
Parks said the agreement also
would allow exchanges to carry I
more expensive types of certain

items they bow sell. These range

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Cohen Prayer Meet

Publicity Wounds
LYOjigelist Graham

, BUFFALO. N,Y. V (UPV-Evan-

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day he "deeply regrets' publicity
given to a 'prayermeetinr 'with

former Lbs ,A n i j "hoodlum
Mickey Cohen: rtl x. ? v7
"A man ouafit to be able to neelt

spiritual counsel" in privacy, Gra-

vm saia.
' The evangelist said he has
talked with a number of outstand

ing persons in all ranks 'of society

concerning religion but said only
with Mickey Cohen has any public

notice been taken of the confer

ences.
"He (Cohen) appears to be sin sincerely
cerely sincerely interested in spiritual
things and if he gave his life to
Christ he would have a tremen tremendous
dous tremendous influence upon the people of
the country, especially the iuven-

iies," Graham said.

Cohen had said he did not know
whether he would become a Chris Christian
tian Christian but said "I am very hieh on

the Christian way of life."

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UNION CLUB TO BE SCENE OF GALA PARTY?
PAn"aJCAN FESTIVAl SET FOR APRU IS
A gala Pan-American festival will ba held at the Union
L Club Saturday,. April 13. The party, which will start atj:30
p m! with a toner, la sponsored by tbt Interamerfcan Worn Worn-art
art Worn-art 'CM Twd organised by Mrs. Dor B. Bo wtte of Pan-
ana's Foreign Minister Aquilino Boyd, and ladies ol n
, Diplomatic Corps accredited to Panama. ,
. Two door prises, a trip by air to Lima, Peru. lor two
parsons and a trip to Bogota, Colombia, also ior two per-

sons, will be drawn. Tickets are on saie a tne iawi-

lean Women's Club and at the Foreign ministry pncea

- tZM per person.

at.

" Dr. And Mrs. Chants
' Host Cocktail Party
Dr. and Mrs. Rolando A. Cna Cna-,
, Cna-, ni give a'eocktail party y ester.
V 'day at then" Panama residence,
. "Vfflalta."
Honored guests were Dr. Wil Wil-.
. Wil-. liam A. Sodeman, chief of the De De-:
: De-: pertinent of Medicine at the Uni Uni-,
, Uni-, versity of Missouri, Dr. William
- F. Rienhoff, Jr associate profes profes-f
f profes-f por of surgery at Johns Hopkins
' University, and their wives.

Other eminent doctors from Pa Panama
nama Panama and the Canal- Zone and

visiting delegates to the Second

Inter-American Medical Conven

tion and their wives attended the

function, i
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Mrs.. Winston Daniel
Returns From Guatemala v

Mrs. Winston Daniel and her
two sons. Winston, Jr. and Law.

rence, returned to their Bella Vis

ta home yesterday following a

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Ylklpptd of ftwr fhgtrttpl
Qwip stays tweet till the can is
empty or your money back I

New t yeer $rtr't

two-month visit in Guatemala Ci City
ty City with Mrs. Daniel's family.

Mr. Daniel is with the Panama

Government, acting in the canaci

ty of administrative director of

the Department of Highways,

uocks ana Airpons.
Brasilien Ambasseder .f.
Returns to Panama

The Brazilian Ambassador to
Panama, Aguinaldo Boulitreau
Fragoso, and his wife returned to

Panama Wednesday following a

short visit to Haiti.
Seroptlmists to Hold ',
Luneheen Tomorrow

The SoroDtimlst Club will 'hold

Us regularly monthly luncheon to

morrow in tne wasningwa om

of the JHotej 1 Panama at 13 o

clock.

Venezuelan Atfibenador
Leaves On Holiday Trip

Venezuelan Ambassador E t e-

ban Chalbeaud Cardona, accompa

nied by bis son, Eduardo, left

the Isthmus yesterday on a raet raet-tiot
tiot raet-tiot trip to Japan and Europe.
Mire Femlly J '.
Back "rem fpaln '
Mr. and Mrs. Rodrigo Mir and

their daughter, Pilarf, returned to
Panamrby ship last Tuesday
from Spain. Mrs. Miro is secrets

ry of the Panamanian embassy

in Madrid. i ; '

Nurses'' Association :

ntertalns At Tee- ".'
Wives of doctors in Panama,

the Canal Zone and visiting dele delegates
gates delegates to the Second Inter-American
Medical Convention ware
guests of honor this afternoon at
a garden tea tendered by the
Isthmian Nurses' Association. The

colorful affair was held at the
home of Col. and Mrs. C. W. Sau-

ser ol corozaj. t

Mrs. Orr and Mrs. Fatk

Tendered Farewell Tee t s
Mrs. Ernest W. Zelnick-: and
Mrs. Truman H, Hoenke -of Los

Rios entertained at a tea yester

day held at tha Panama Golf
Clubs The farewell party" was in
honor of Mrs. G. Carter Orr of
Balboa and Mrs. Henry E. Falk

of Diablo Heights. ,

Mi. and Mrs,
and Mrs. Falk

Orr and Capt.
are leaving the

sinj&if ijciuiAcltf at 1 Panama
Ii'A dmipSLh than jpu ihwkh

MUSIC t! t
ClarencaMartin'a Orchestra
Lucho Azcarraga at the organ

POOLSIDE BAR

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ENJOTTNG A STEAK at the Amador Service Cuh re winners of the Fort Amador "Carnlva.
lito.' Left to rifnVara jp3 Jamea Ekwall (back to feamera). Pyt. Ed Pridgen, Mrs, FWd. Bell,
Sp3 Carl Montcrief. Sp3 jack Strange (serving), Misa Jo Spragua, 6p3 Joseph Kllgalon -(also
serving), Mrs. Polly ChaveB. Sp3 Harold Beal and Mrs. Betty Simmons. (U.S. Army Photo)1

Isthmus next month to make .their

home la.Jfwrwa, t -;
Mr. And Mrs. Simons' it V

Mr and sirs, can i aimoni m

Balboa announce the d it t n oi

their first ehibv a daughter, tat

finrPit HoSDitil on Tuesday. Tne

Ttahv has been namea lutnerme

Rose. t

Mafamni tfrandnfttents are Mr.

and Mrs Celestino nzzino 01 w-

lon. Paternal' granamoiner w

Mrs. Cora Simons ,w iiswwj.

Mr. Drennarv Daugnrert

Visiting In Panama t j ''

Mrs. Ij: TVl." UTmnBr iVKmnym-

nied by her daughters, Jjopy. ana

r-arni srrivM nere "vveuuvaucj

mnminff bv air from "Perto Ar-

muelles to, join her nusnana.; r.
Drennan is attending the Second

Inter-American aeaicai wsuw wsuw-ence.
ence. wsuw-ence. They are guest at the. Her

tei International,

Th familv iwilT sail on the Six-

aola Sunday for New. Orelans, La.

Visitor1 Returns 1 ;

Mrs; Wiuiam r. uDrigui

by plane yesterday to reiura- w

her home m a n u w
where bef husband if a professor

t Tntina HnnKini univtrsnj. is.

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Aihriah ha hea, visiting on tne

.U..B"W ..A i- J .

Isthmus for tne paa iu i

.nth hr aon Paul and. family of

Qolon. T '- 1'

Cl.vton-K.t:o. Wlvea i

m.JxC u.u Afflcar ' X ... 1 )

VZTi i" v. wen ns

lien sr isa a. uta j svw -

r,,K hM tta monthly business

meeting at the N.C.O. Open, Mess

m1mum1 MSI. WCK1BT U I .11

a rfviaorr officer, at guest 01

the evening,-' and Mrs Florence

Hyan as a new member.'
Important business of the eve

nig consisted of the acceptance of
two resignations. Election of new

officers was necessary to finish

their unexpired terms in office.

Mrs. Joyce Ryals was elected sec secretary.
retary. secretary. replacing Mrs. Blanche

Smith; Set. and Mrs. Smith are
leaving -the command Mrs. Mau-

valeen fcheiton as treasurer will

replace Mrs. Doris Reed who is

returning to the states on busi business
ness business leave.

Refreshments were served by

Mrs, Bonnie Murrell, Doris Reed,

Joyce Ryals v and Helen Stewart.

The next meeting oi tne jrort

C layton N.C.O. Club will be-a

Coffee Call on Wednesday at 9:S0

a.m.. in the Fort Clayton N.C.O.
Open Mess.
Anv newcomers on non mem

bers are cordially v invited to a
tend. ..-'''.-

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THE PATIO from 6:30 p.m.

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' LOS ANGELES, Aprfl (ITP (ITP-bomb
bomb (ITP-bomb ripped

through a crowded cafe-bar shot shot-lybefor.
lybefor. shot-lybefor. midnight last nighW kilt
ing seven persona and injuring

- Chief of Information Thad Whip Whip-nt
nt Whip-nt rt tha Fire Department said

tht thai hadiM of ztvo men and

twA women were removed from

the demolished Mecca a fa,
neighborhood baMrestapant.
CnKx immadiatalv launched

searcSfor three mtn who stood
at thaeaf door and tossed in a
fiva gallon can believed contaia contaia-inm
inm contaia-inm aaniin. Police said that one

of the men then calmly threw in
VwMmA match cat tha ton Died

can and the cafe and entire blocks
rocked with a terrific explosion
Witnesses said the men fled aft after
er after the match was tossed. Officers
said soma one in the neighbor

hood saw what happened and fir
ed three shots at the fleeing sus

pects, siU urea sow tmung.
parked car,--:

tha American Association: of Rail Railway
way Railway Surgeons and tha Pa.' Rail-

road surgeons Assocatlon. -At
present he is located at 1303

9 St. Altoona Pa.. whest he is

chief of the Dept. of Orthopaedic
at, Altoona Hospital consultant of
the Veterans Administration Hos Hospital;
pital; Hospital; as well as the J. C Blair
MemorsI Hospital: and ta t h e

Bedford Memorial Hospital: and to

tne state xuoercojusis oanato oanato-rium,
rium, oanato-rium, ,'.-'.''

Barra "Colorado Island

Flold Trip Proves

Faselnatina To Visitors

A journey to tne canal

Zone

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bloloalcal area'1 now is a magical

phrase lor wancy urowna, rauia
Badonsky, Carls Elich, Margaret

Mahoney. Margie morris, eeisy

Mallory, Joyce Season, Kay Ser-

gesnt, tsroie mompson ana mv

tv Van Dvka.' ,j '.

- ta. . ft A,. 1

r xn gins visueo uus ismoup ee-

tsbushment recently ana were iss iss-clnated
clnated iss-clnated bv the well-marked trails

criss-crossing the island, tha-ani-

mfls; the biras Dp? tne plants.-
Vjbr. Ca'rf ;.Xelord.iesldnt '.M

turalist. gave an informative talk

and answered many questions

Koford succeeded Dr. Jamea Ze-

tek. -now honorary research asso

ciate ot tne snutnsonian insmq

tion, who retired last year. .v ,.;

Zetek'is considered' tha founding

father oKtha Panama Canal Na

tural HJstom society wmcn was

established inU931. Atthe anni

versary meeting last year the
James Zetek Award waa made to
three outstanding, scinece students

of tha Canal Zona men scnoois.

They were Michael Witkln and
Frances Brand! of Balboa, and

Jamea Ambrose of Cristobal.

Program for the day Included a
Uir-hour hike in the morning.

songs, games and a abort hike to
the Tower after lunch. Adults en

twine- the trio with' the f iris

were:- Joan neiaen, uargarei
ura and Mafsle Brand! of Bal

boa., and Bill and Jean Brand! of

Gatiuu -.. '. v
F.rmer Gorge- Intern,'
Family Hera Ta Attend
Matllul Convention

Amont those registered at El
Panama are Dr. and Mrs. Ben L.

Hull rf Altoona Pa., and their son

and dauihter-in-lsw Dr. and Mrs

Jmc. s. Hull of Chicsco Illinois.

Dr. Ben JU-Huli interend at Got Got-gas
gas Got-gas Hospital W25-l2. :
Mrs. Ben L. Hun will be re

membered as Miss Helen Stevens
a former nurse at Gorges Hospi

tal whtro they met and were mar

tied before leaving for ma ntaiw
Tuna lOaa.

Dr. Ben L. Hull Is now a diplo

mat of tha American soara

Orthopaedic Surgery; a Fellow of

thft Amarican COlltfO OI sar-

eeau: a Fellow of tne American

Xrariamv of Orthooaedlc S B r-

feons: a Founder-Fellow of the In

ternational Collate of Surgeons; a

Fellow of the Latin-Am nc an vm-

lego of Physical ueoicme: a s al

low of the American ueaicai As

sociation; a fallow 01 me Amen

ti coniTesa es rnrswai now

rlna; a Fellow 01 tne American

Ai.aiiamv.cd Cerebral Palsy;

chaw of tha Fa. Academy of

Phvaieal Medicine:' a Member of

tha Pa. State Medical Society, as

well as of the Blair Co. Med. So

ciety; tne rnua urtnopaeaic viuo.

the Societies for Crippled children

and to Polio Foundatioa ;i

Dr. -and Mrs. Ben L Hull -are

joined here by their son Dr. Jess

HuU, who graduated from the

University of Pa. Med School..

He is a memoer of the rni Be

ta r Kappa Honorary Fraternity,

and of the Alpha Kappa Kappa

Medical Fraternity. v

Dr. Jess A. Hull resides in Chi

cago Illinois where he is resident-

surgeon at Billings Hospital la
the Dept. of Optbalmie Surgery. ;

Mrs., jess 5. huu is tne former

Miss Dorothy Nekros of Chics ro.

The Hulls will all leave the Isth

mus lata today ty aa r-Mia

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HUDAY. APIL 1, 1957

Ma. Sundbura Speaker A
At Protestant Guild 1 '
' MaJ. 3phn A, Sundbcri of, the
; i Salvation .Army spoke to the La La-'
' La-' dies' Guild oi the Protestant
Guild' Tuesday-at tht Tort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Religious Center. 1
; Maj. Sundberg told about his
" Work and experiences with, ;; t n e
s schools for the blind people m ka
, H..I.H ni),im9iM, Twen-

ty-three blind people are enrolled

' the Blind in Panama" at present
r u... n.sth onmnletlnn Of bUlld-

' lng a new school in ,Rio Bajo by

' H yon are responsible" for an
out-of-town, speaker or honor
f uest for some, club affajr, it is
houghtful to write the person
ahead of time. You should make
It plain you will meet his train
-or plane and tell him If you are
' 'planning any special entertain

ment. ,'j i- f

August, the" number of students

will most probably be doubled.,
A business meeting with": Mrs.
Stanley Johnson y presiding c o n n-cluded
cluded n-cluded the meeting. Final plans
far tha Prntsstant Siinriav SVhOnl

and family picnic with the serv-j

icemen as their- guests were .j an announced.
nounced. announced. The picnic will be held Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Anril 13. 10 a.m. to 1 n.tn.

at Summit Gardens. .The service-me-'
have planned entertainment
with pony, rides,, games, r a.e as,
talntit nf tnficti 4ni avarvATia.

Each Sunday School student will

be accompanied by his ; or her

ITamillei nlannlna tA attend, .the

picnic are asked to provide fried

cniesen,' a ,. coverea win,,
wiches and dessert enough for the
niimh in their familv. and for

two servicemen and to notify

their f children's Sunday wnou
tnarhori hr Sunday. April 7 tf

their .intention to aitena. ;
- Ths Wtaa for the Anr il

. ths Pmtjiatint Ladies'

Guild, were airs. Aitnur iunson,

Mrs. Charles uover ana,, jar.
Walter Moeller. ,

Meetings

Th Health Bureau Club 9rlll

at M home of Miss Edna-Frog

man. The meeting suru at
. M.tn Warn nf Hiaincainn wilt he'

WftfH M --
a semi-formal anniversary daace
to be held at the Casino Vifia lel

Mar on July 27. All members are

eni. t .'. 1 Mar on July 27. All members are
Knowing what to expect is a urge(J to be on time to hear the

big help te an j out-of-town

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WASHINGTON, April. 5 (UP) -President
; Eisenhower yesterday

announcea ine .appointment ox Mrs.
Anne Wheaton, a former newspa newspaper
per newspaper reporter, as assistant White
House press secretary. She- is the

tirst woman -to- be ebosen. v (
- Mrs. Wheaton. director of worn

en's publicity at the Bepuhlican

nauonai uunmittee' replaces
Murray Snyder, who recently was

namea assisiam '-secretary, ox at
fense for public affairs.
Mr. Eisenhower nicked a stra

tegic time and place to disclose

nis surprise appointment a gath gathering
ering gathering of 1.500 women attending the

fifth annual Republican Women's

uonierence. :,.'.
Tht-women greetedtha an

nouncement with loud cheers and

long applause, much to tha amuse-!

ment of toe President, when the

cheering had auleted down: Mr:

Eisenhower said he hoped "Anne
will" be as pleased aft ar- tlx
months on, the Job.'
c Mrs. Wheaton, who' says she' Is

-over eu," u assistant to the pub pub-lie
lie pub-lie relations director at the GOP
committee as well as director of
women's publicity.": She handled
Mrs. Eisenhower's public rela relation
tion relation during the' 1953 presidential
campaign andL served .as "liai "liaison"
son" "liaison" officer between the commit

tee and the White House, in the
195a campaign,'
She said she first learned j her
new Job an hour and a half before
the President's announcement.
White House Press Secretary
James C.-Hagerty, who will be
hex, boss, telephoned her and, aft after
er after asking if she had a "chair
handy," told her of her new posi position.
tion. position. .'.,"
- Later Hagerty said Mrs. Wheat Wheaton
on Wheaton would be known as "associate
press secretary" to thf President
rather than assistant. He added

Shut & Open Case,

KNOXVILLE, Tenn., April S 1

tur -r Mrs. jamea ColweU of
the Bronx, N.Y. had k -bps of
memory which had police sorting

through a truckload of soiled, laun

dry at a motel today.
''Officers recovered .T2s 'which

Mrs. uwweu tm in -a puiowcase
when aha stowed at tha motel and

forgot until she $ reached Chatta

nooga, lenn, v tt.'-if t (

that he was "personally delight-

ea uai airsVw.wneaioa. gov. we

300. 2 - j ji
Mrs. Wheaton. a 'native' of Utioa.

N. Y., was one of the first women
reporter to serve on tha Knicker
bocker Press in Albany, N.Y;; She
came to Washington w. 1936 and
was in public relations work.', un-

w jomuig tna committee la. pe-

Mrs. Wheaton li a -graduatt of

Simmons College Boston. 6h is
divorced, from her husbaod,,Wir husbaod,,Wir-rea
rea husbaod,,Wir-rea Wheaton.' They had no chil

dren.

Ddbqa Girl Vfe$
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Dcauty Contest

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Gave MavDlea. of Balboa, won

thm, utle of Misa .Fort Clayton

durhiK the beauty contest held

Saturday afternoon at the 'Clay

ton twimmine; pool as one Of the
main .features of the post Youth
Field Day, s
Mrs. Bonnie MurreU. f Clay

ton. walked away with honora aa
Mrs, Fort Clayton, while Connie
Campbell was declared Miss;,Ju
aior, Fcft Clayton. 1
4 An estimated 500 aneetatorl

watched as the xraceful contes

tants naced alone the edrre or

the pool and nosed for Judrtng.

SDonsoring the contest was tot

634th MP Company. "
Contestants in the Miss Clay Clayton
ton Clayton competition vera Oaye May-

pies. Carol VoortmeyeT. or Fort
Clayton: Cynthia Orr. of the V.8.

Army Caribbean Enalneer Sec Section.
tion. Section. Alice Thomas, of Fort'Am
ftdor.' and Marslft Williams.' of

Balboa. Miss Mayplej won gold
trophy in'4,i'i v ,'

Competlnsr with Mrs. Murrell

for the Mrs. Clayton title wera

Mrs. Gloria Lincoln, ef Albrook
Air Force Base, and Mrs. sDon-

neila Keener, of Clayton. A cold

trophy was tha award to Mrs.

Mnrreiu

In the Miss Junior Clavton

category,1 Connie Campbell -and

Donna Jean Keller were the en
trants Connie received : 1

month's fret passes to the post

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?M0 Athletes

TacMe Z. Track, Field Reeonk
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Albrook Favorite To Win
2nd Straight CHampionsliip

. Tdnight the eighth annual Balboa Relays will
be staged at Balboa Stadium. Field events and quali qualifying
fying qualifying races will start at 6:15, but the big attractions
come after the opening ceremony which is scheduled
for 7:20. Stadium gates and box office will open at
6.p.m. ',

The 195? running of the king

sized track and field carnival
promises to be one of the best
ever. 280 athletes have entered

and the competition for the

handsome sold, silver and bronze

trophies should be razor sharp.

In the team competition the Al

brook Flyers are favored to take.

their second straight Relays ti title.,
tle., title., but BHS. Athletic Club. Ar-
ynT Pacific. Coco Solo Marines.
CHS, JC and several other teams
are going to have a lot to say
about who' wins what,
pannv Mescall and Al Guidet,
' spearhead of the Albrook power,
will defend the titles they won
- inl.the hisfli andjow hurdles in

the 1858 Relays, Mescaii is la la-voted
voted la-voted In the highs, and Guidet
in.tthe lows Guidet might well
take a double by wlnnine the
loOL ;- ..
. BH3 will have a team bent on
repeating as winners in the 440
and 880 yard baton passim?
events.! Mainstays on these two
teims will be Charlie French
fnd Danny Wkiklosky. while
Raul Barbara. Ritchie More, and
- Bob1 Toothman will split the oth other
er other "positions between them,
the Athletic Club hs enured
i n team composed of Erik M.c-
FaTland. John Tucker. Jim
. Thompson and Leroy Rogers to
defend Its medlev relav title,
1 -while Cristobal High will have
! Bill Rankin. Don Hnmnhrev.
Sam Newhard and Jim Brooks to

hvtb raV. relav.
j In,, the field event Lwrenc

Solo Marines, plus two outsid

ers who might come in. Jim
Heinzman of Albrook and Abel
Lagassie of BHS Turner with a
4:53 time can run under 4:50
which would break the current

record Of, 4:50,2 held by Faustl

no Lopez of Panama, Noel is said
to be even faster than this, while

wimams and the others; will be

pushing them all. r

Balboa has a mile relav team
that has'frurr 3:40.6 this year.

compared with the record of

3 : 39. i Lagassie. Ernesto' Sham

French1 and Winklosky did this

witnout. anyone pushing them

so with the tight competition

they Will eet from other teams

in the Relays they should be able

to lower the standard.
Record or not. the medley re

lay snouid be one of the very

Dest races or the entire la-event
program. Bill ,HoJlt (BHS). Les
Noel (Marines). And P. T. Tur Turner
ner Turner (Albrook) will anchor their
teams In what should produce a
good old rip snorter of a. battle.
The opening ceremony will
feature Mr Paul Runnestrand
as Honorary Referee. Dorothee Dorothee-Anne
Anne Dorothee-Anne Metzger as Queen, plus the
introduction of all the return returning
ing returning title holders.

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TIMETABLE

PIILD

Pole Vault. High Jump. Shot Putt.

Broad Jump, Discus.
5:15 p.m.

TRACK
High Hurdles

(Trials)

120 yd.
6:30 p.m.

100 vd. Dash (Trials) 6:45 D.nf.

180 yd. Low Hurdles (trials)

7:00 p.m.

Opening Ceremonies 7:20 p.m.

120 yd. High Hurdles 7:30 p.m

100 yd. Dash 7:40 p.m
Mile Run 7:45 o.m.

Elementary 440 yd. Relay 7:55

p.m. : ' fi t

180 yd. i)W uuraies :xu p.m
an vH Rpv 8:20 n.m.

7th Grade 440 yd. Relay 8:30 p.m

Medley Relay 8:40 p.m.
8th Grade 440 yd. Relay 8:50

m.

880 vd. Relay 9:00 p.m.

7th Grade 100 yd. Dash 9:10 p.m
8th Grade 100 yd. Dash 9:15 p.m
Mil Relav 9:20 P.m.

Presentation of Championship

Trophy 9:30 p.mof r

Ladies Cerveceria
Invitational Golf ,7

Qualifying Started

Tie qualifying round for the
Ladies Cerveceria Invitation

al Golf tournament rot un underway
derway underway yesterday at the Gam-?

boa Golf Club. Qualifying con continues
tinues continues tomorrow and ends
Sunday at. 6 p.m.
Yesterday 13 golfers quail-1
fled with Katie CaU's 83 v the
best score". iv ft

RpevM from Armv Pac'fln will

! be around to try for notrir "old
r trophy IP th shot, and Noel
Oihdn,P9 eterod todpd Ws
h'h Avmv t't'- C"' .Tef-i.
pltT '.wHth f"h0" 'Ptirp 'Ptirp-'
' 'Ptirp-' pfpti the AC pnt-rp-' h"t
yerw doi'tfi'1 comvt.ltnr In
the no10 vp"H. w won lt, vpo
'nd If he f,'s year he will
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Recor'' sepm n danf- In t
d'rus. broB' 'nmp. m". nd
; '""e re,0v. OfVers irlw tu"

rvrl' Mor rf jc or R"vis

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tht it seems most lively to hao-
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PAAF All-Stars, Ft. Clayton
Cavaliers To Meet In Series

Highlighting this week end's

Armed Forces baseball action

will be a two out of three game

series at Balboa Stadium be

tween the 1957 Panama Area

Armed Forces baseball cham

pions, the Fort Clayton Caval

iers, and the 1957 PAAF all-

stars.
The games at Balboa Stadium
tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.. Sunday

at 2 p.m.: and if the third game

is necessary, it will be played at

7:80' p.m.. Monday.

Voted manager of the year by
an overwhelming margin. Ned

Brant of the Albrook Flyers has
been given the distinction of pi

loting the power-packed all all-stars.
stars. all-stars. Asked whether or not the
four pitchers assigned to him
were enough to carry him
through the series. Brant re replied:
plied: replied: "Onlv time will tell: how

ever, ip a re much better off
than Clavton a they will be
hurtfn o"ce they use Borkoskl

and Csry."

wnt ns lust About everv-

thinor tot n. mn?pr co"ld

wnt Jn th "ay p' t'pnt on th

11. jstarj. Tfp's crot the )pup's
Prp tnn mpn tV v.on ct -o

r-rr, ing department. Mike Rivera. 37:

Lee Straube, 34. and Joe Tuck

er. 32. Along with Kobbe's Ernie

Lennon and Hal Duf field, two of
the league's best hitters. Brant

has long ball hitters in Jack

Kaps and Frank Loy of Amador,
John Keros of Army Atlantic.

and Frank Lucovich of Albrook.
Bob Hansen and Dick Green

field of Albrook. Jack Kaps of
Amador and Frank Jonas of

Kobbe make up the mound staff.
First ? baseman Pat Delaney.

catcher, Lou Ondersr outfleldr
Manning Weaver and pitchers

Dick Borkoskl and Bill Carv

Waved outstanding ball all sea

son for the Cavaliers and will be

the Cavs to watch in the com coming
ing coming series.
: The tentative lineuns for to

morrow nlrht openlnr gfme

are: Clayton-Burnette. 3b: De-

lane', lb: Weaver, cf; Christian,
ss; Avar, rf: Qordon. ": Nka-

"ia. ?b: Orders, c: and Dick Bor-

vrwiVf. ptpT. For the all-stars
t'vrtll bt Pjvpra. r Amador V ss:

Tiptr (A). f: I nnon (Koh-
Y fh- priiih. CirpOflnrl if-
nf',w rwbheK ?h: jov (Am-

wri (tirvwir). f r,d Bob Han
?en (Albrook). pitching.

Pole Vault .1 1
Shot Put
High' Jump v
Broad Jump
Discus 1 --
High Hurdles
100 Yard Dash
Mile Run
Elem. 440 yd. Relay
Low Hurdles
440 Yard Relay.
,7th.; Or.: 440 yd. Relay
' Medley Relay
4 v,
8th. Gr. 440 yd. Relay
t r v
1 880 Yard Relay

fTth: Gr. 100 yd." Dash
8th.- Gr. 100 yd. Dash

Mile Relay

hll.ft. 10 In. ,,
64 ft. 2ia in,.
, ft 2ft la. :
21 it 1JV4 in
, 141-It, 11 In.,
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t:t Cuttls Jeffries (JC)
.Ramon- Rosarlo (504th. F A) i
Bob Gibson (AC).
Uoel Gibson (AC) -,
"Chris Fluellen (AAFB) -,
John. Mclntyre (AC) t .,
, I Oliver Swabe (AC) i
, Faustino Lopez .(Panama)
i Ancon (Scottino, Horton,
Tufion, Vargas)
.i Joha Mclntyre AC
. Panama (Richard, Grennion,
; Lashley, Wilson
; ;CJHS i (Comacho, Santos, ;
" Borsellino, Woodruff) 1
' AC (MacFarland. Thompson,
Raybourne, Williams)
f CJHS (Mlzrachi, Matos.

liOwe, smitni ,i i-
t i Panama (Richard,' Grennion,
, Tacob, Wilson) .
; BHS (Wheeler,; Southerland,.
, Wlnklosky. French) y;
. .Wilfred Comacho (CJHS)
; '.Charlie French (CJHS)
' i JQ (Trout. Thompson.
' Schulte, McArthur)

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Ibarra

N.Y. Manager Arrive;

Ready For Bourne Title Bout

. By J. J. HARRISON Jr. -V v l
Top-ran kad bantam weight contender Toto Ibarra,, accompanied by his. Cuban

mantser-trainer Jorgai Molina Acoita, was achedulad to arrive at Tbcumeri Airport

thi afternoon from New York to finish training her for a 15-rouhd title bout with

118-pound champion Mel vin Bourn at the Olympic Stadium April 14.

A welcoming committee head headed
ed headed by promoter Sidney Arias, for
whom Ibarra does all his fight fighting
ing fighting in Panama, was to receive

the boxer and his manager at

The' Chlrlqul-born Ibarra left
for the UJ3. late last year after

cnauing uP a brilliant record in
Isthmian rings. His only setback

as a pro was a seventh-round
kayo by Byron Curhberbatch in
December of 1955, but several
months later he easily outpoint

ed Cumberbatch In ten heats to
avenge the defeat.

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MUSIC by Ihe CAROL GREAVES TRIO!
in the air-conditioned comfort of out BALBOA BAR
Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a.m.

CAROL also plays the piano
19 pjn. te 2 sun. j Son.,

In the Balboa Bar
Tues.. Wed. ii Tburs.

Team

Ocelots

palomas
Conejos

Pumas .,

Pericos

Macaws

Fastlich League

sixth.

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Pericos f, Pumas 3
Manager Bleakleyplcked Iron Iron-man
man Iron-man chico Martin to .get the

Pericos out of the cellar yester

day afternoon at- the Fastiicn

Teenage Ball Park and that is
what he proceedied to do.L?5 i

Martin renreo .eleven natters

on strikes as Onry two: Pumas

players. Pearl and .Schwarzrock,
were able to solve- him for hits.

Pearl got two, Schwarzrock: one.

Martin received .top-uignt neip

from a young man named Mar

cum, when he came through in

the clutches to drive In thre of

the Pencos. four runs that ac

counted for a 4-3 victory.

In the fourth Weade. pericos

left fielder, was safe at first on
an error and pilfered second.
Matheney got on, by fielder's

choice then Marcum, batting for

vines, lashed a douoie 1 to leit
field to score weade and Me-

theney.

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In the bottom of: the

Metneney singled and went to

v secona as Martin, was A tnrown

a'jioui second to first. Marcum sin

3 gled to let t center driving in

4 Metneney. "The other run ior

5 ther Pericos came In the filtn

when Fulop : singled and wad
sacrificed, to iecond bv T. Bright

and scored on an overthrow at

Manager pearl'; elected to go

ouiiwarzrocK ana cuny
had them goose-egged lor three
innings uhui the Pericos started
their rally. Only one of the
twenty-five ... batters to face

ocnwarzrocK, reached first on
four pitches. Martin walked on only
ly only two." ........ ,;

The Pumas went ahead two to
zero as they scored single runs

m me iirst ana uura on singles
by Bchwarzrodt, a base on balls,
ah error and a wild pitch. -The
Pumas scored one 'other run in
the sixth when Pearl singled to
.drive In Schwarzrock.1- j ;."
Marcum. with tworm- two:

and T. Bright, with one for toe,
were the leadinjc hitters for the
Pericos. pearl.-' with i two for
three., led for the Pumas. 11 v
JThe public Is reminded that a
tight situation -Is shaping up at
the home field of theTraxtiich

Teeners and fans are advised to
be on hand every week-day afternoon-
at four-thirty to watch
the players square off In hotly

uvufccsteo. oau. games.
The tension is monntinr

the season is fading- and the
teams are within strikinn,. dis distance
tance distance of the top-spot The play players
ers players give out with keen competi competition,
tion, competition, goo dsportsmanahlp win
or lose and excellent balL The
Teeners 1 appreciate their fans,
as do the managing; personnel.
The public la Invited. There is
no charge for watching these
fast i moving and interesting
games.
.The boxscore:

- always fresh

always mtia,
always ricH

. full -flavored

Surprising Windups
Spring Games Produce

In two appearances at New
York's St. Nicholas Arena, the
20-year-old former amateur

bantam .champ who packs dy

namlte to both' fists, scored
unanimous verdicts over Clee
Ortivand Joey Maion.

Hr.had signed for a March tip j eight

uvun .fviux u.b. iigniex fappy
Gault at Spartanburg, S.C., but
th match fell through when

- racial proDiems-;. arose. ?' v
Ibarra hopes to ; wrest the
crown from Bourne, meet Gault
fiere in a Caras Nuevas-promot-

ea oout ana men return to New

York to continue his careers

: Molina, Who has lived In New
fork for 13 years, heads the
Pan-American Boxing Enter Enterprise,
prise, Enterprise, a group which bandies
Latin American boxers in the
U.S. Heavyweight contender
Nino Valdes was formerly in
MoUna's stable.
The 52-year-old Cuban is i

stepbrother., of Panama city

ngnt trainer Aiiredo Peres, the
man who guided Ibarra through

tne amateur ranxs ana to a con

tending spot among the pros.

3 i

Cruz Sports

y CILBERTO BURTON

Pumas "C'.wj
Kiamco cf

Hatting If

Ak S
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Bateman If ,.-o

itoe u
Barley sa ....
Schwarzrock p
Pearl e ........;,...,..
Flnlanson rf

Wilson rf
DUfer lh, v
Scott, A. lb-......4.

BasseU 3b

Cunningham 2b.-..M..
Marquard 2b, 3b

Vines 2b

Tvriem

The' Santa Cruz Civic Council

wilt supervise the annual Worn

ens Softball ChampionshiD which

wui oe neia at sanu Cruz niay.

ground tomorrow.

This year's tourasment will be

comprised of four teams: Santa

Cruz, (formerly T.A.T. Hr id re-

stone) Tivoli Motors (formerly Al-

Drow nivei; erveza ailtwa and

Garage. InternacionaL

.Last year's champions will find

competition much suffer this year.

TivoU Motors is vastly improved

ana saiooa snows lurnriilni

iixengm. .internacional (Gis

combes s) is unpredictably sprln-

aie wim very good baU player.

svst game suns at 8:30 a.m.

tomorrow.

'Pan-Canal's Divroll Bnnrh oer-

sonnel wiU vie with a consolidat

ed Navy. Commissary team in
softball competition at La Boca

on Sunday at 1:00 a.m.
Players win include: Ralph
"Dips"; Knights, David "Lover"
Phlatts, Carlos 'Hop-along" GilL
Stanley "Maui" Campbell, Cladius
"Rookie" Jordan, Rigley "John D"
Wesley, Victor "Baby-Face" Colo Colo-Da,
Da, Colo-Da, Carlyle "Rock A Roll" Ather Ather-ly,
ly, Ather-ly, Edmund "Tooth-pick" Joseph,
Phil "Iran Man- Walker, Victor
"Scatter" Williams, C 1 e o p a s
"Fancy Daa'V BvsbelL. Manuel
Pro'.' Garcia, William "Diiry
Davis and Granville "Yeunf One"
Duncan.- (
; . , ; t j
Supporting performances will be
made by Henry "Teach" Rose
William "Red Ran" Raveneau, E E-rie
rie E-rie "Little Richard" Alberly. Loui
"Silent" Emanuel and Reginald
"Money-Bags' Callendar.-

v By TIM MORIARTT

NEW YOEK. ADrtl 5-l(TjP)-

in Daseoaii, as in norse racing,

were are always tne imponder
ables to consider.

How else could vou explain the

. .New York Yankees winning a

spring exhibition game on only

two Jilts -.. and the ; Milwaukee

Braves losing a game aesmte a

18-hlt barrage?

Eigne spring time tuneups
yesterday produced a stagger staggering
ing staggering total of 171 hits. That's an
average of more than 21 hits
a, game. Yet the Yankees
needed only one of those bin-
glee t defeat the pblladel-
phia PhllUes, l-i.;j-t'y'
Robin Roberts worked the first

eight innings lor the Phillies,
yielding only a safe bunt to
Hank Bauer in the fourth in

ning. When Roberts was lifted
for a pinch hitter, rookie- Dick

Farrell took over in the ninth

and lost the game. Woody Held
tripled and scored on Gil Mc Mc-Dougald's
Dougald's Mc-Dougald's sacrifice fly. 4

The Braves, ; meanwhile,1 out-

hit Brooklyn, 16-14, in a wild

contest at San Antonio, Tex,
but still lost Out to the homer
haDDV Dodgers. Duke Snider un

loaded two home runs and Carl

Furillo, Qino Cimoll and Char

ley Neal each connected once to
whip Milwaukee, 14-8,

Cimou, a strong candidate for
the Dodgers' left field berth; ol-

so added two doubles to boost
his spring average to an even

All of the Brooklyn homers
except Neal's came off Gene

Conley, the one-time t Dodger

nemesis who was tagged for nine
hits and nine runs in 6 2-3 In

nings. :': V.'.Vw:-'. ,:,:;: '', v.1.'"-
Elsewhere along the exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition circuit, hits were a dime a
dozen. ..of cheaper.

The Baltimore Orioles, of all

whipning the Chicago Cubs. 18

S.-'i Tito Franco led the Balti

more hit parade with four, in including
cluding including a home run, while Bill

Gardner also homered for the
Orioles.- t v"-..,.,

In another slugfesW at Z Salt
Lake City, the New York .Giants
broke a three-game losing streak
with a 13-hlt attack that wreck wrecked
ed wrecked the Cleveland Indians, 0-6.

Allan' Worthington. went seven

innings for the Giants and gave
up eight hits, including two
homers bv" Vic .Wert.
-The pittsbprgh Pirates as assaulted
saulted assaulted Virgil Tracks for eight
hits and four runs la the first
two Innings and hung on te

defeat the Kansas City Athle- -tics,
4-3. Gene Freese of Pitts- :
burgh drove in two runs with
two singles and also sparkled
in the field.
An Impressive three-Inning re- :&
lief job by Ellis Kinder enabled
the Chicago White Sox to edge
the Boston Red Sox, 6-5, In 11
innings.-while the Cincinnati

Redlegs downed the Washington

senators, 5-4, on a 10th inning
single by Don Hoak.
.While aU this hitting was go-
ing on, Sam Jones and Hoyt
Wilhelm, who were acquired irj

St. Louis Cardinals td a 5-4 vie-

tory over Detroit Tigers. Jonei
struck out seven and scattered
six hits in seven Innings, while
Wilhelm choked off a bases- "'
loaded rally by the Tigers In the i
eightho., ,.
Fourlh Dccalhlon
Af Balboa Stadium

Wexl Vednasday v
The fourth annual decathloi
will be held at the Balboa Sta Sta-dium
dium Sta-dium on Wednesday,. April 10
and Thursday, April 11. Thi i
events will get underway at 6:3f
p:m. each evening.
Five, events of the ten event
program will,, be run-off each
evening with awards going .ti
the six high point men for thi
program. This activity Is spon
sored by the Balboa High School
Student Association as a part at
the lnterscholastic track season.
The. first five events and th ,-
order In which they will be con.
ducted on Wednesday are: i.n

yards high hurdlesw high jumn
100 yards dash, shot put. .221
yards dash. r?vi
The last half of the decathloB f
and the order In which they wifl ; 1
be conducted on Thursday arei
120 yards low hurdles, discus n
broad lump., nole vault: 66i i

yards run.. ..:.'" ,vvf"':ii
:A11 Individuals who' competed
in- the Balboa Relays or whi
were eligible to compete In thi

Relays with the exception of el-
ementary and Junior High -school
students are eligible ti
compete in ;hls decathlon. En En-tries
tries En-tries will be accepted at Balboa '"
Gymnasium up until 6:00 p.m

on April W'$

no. entries will oe acceptee

after that time.

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.THK CRITERION ORObCis;'-," ;i"'v'

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Ward rf ....
Eddleman rf
Metheney e

Martin, p

' 2 B 9
10 0
3 2 2

.... 3 X 0

Marcum 2b 3

Ness lb ,i 4,
Floup 3b 4
Brieht. T. cf .... 1

Frown, s -f..
Weadt It .............. 3

2 9 : 6 STJMMARY Two base fc'.U:

Marcum. struck out bv: Martin

0 2;11. Schwarxroek Base on balli
0 1 off: Martin 2, ScbwarTrork 1.
1 2 Left on base: Pumas 4, p' -.ros
U t.S. Esrned runs: Prsa c. Ffri Ffri-0
0 Ffri-0 o 3. Vcpirea: 1;.J ar.j ::yd-

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' TE PAHAIM AMERICAN "AS INDEPENDENT" DAfLY "NEWSPAPEB
PAGI NIKS'
Inter-American Medical Convention Handicap Tops Program To monoi

Charlie McCarthy, King,
Pappa Flynn Contenders

Doctors attending the Inter-American "Medical
Convention here will be the guests of honor out at
the modern President Remon racetrack tomorrow
afternoon." - . ; ";
, Six fourth series imported thoroughbreds will
match strides in the $600 one-mile handicap. '7,

Charlie McCarthy, 'which will
be ridden by leading Jockey Ru Ruben
ben Ruben vasquez, is expected to go
off the rnutuels favorite. Char Char-lie
lie Char-lie finished third last week be behind
hind behind surumeno and pavinetto
in the Alberto, de Obarrio Han Han-1
1 Han-1 dicap. v 1
- Fourth, place finisher PaPP:
Flynn snouio, pusn uiuuuv
in betting and in the.race. Vir-
piilo raslillo replaces Bias A-
guirre aboard the Stud I Enea
star here. i
King, a slight disappointment
alter several impressive efforts,
could be a dangerous iacior a
Mln : Th Tsaan Gustines color
bearer nets in with the feather
of 102 pounds ana wm oe
den by favorite rider ? Helldoro
Oustines. - - 1 ;
Alejandro Ycaza will have the
lee up on Opu)ento. The latter
returned to the races last week
after, a lengthy layoff and fin finished
ished finished faf back. However, he is
expected, to improve immensely
this time, especially since an ef effort
fort effort win be made to curb his
"bearlngin" tendencies,
Oola2o is another, big disap disappointment
pointment disappointment that could return to
life-here. BraulioJ Baeza, whd
could not eet anything out 'of
the hefty' racer, will again at at-tempt
tempt at-tempt to get him home .'first.
Golazo will be going under a
light J06 pounds.
jaquimazo, a relatively easy

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

UK
Among ithe many. Innovations
planned for tne Fresiaeni Ke
mnn rjppt.rflclr hv mftnaffflr Pa
blo Thayer is .night racing.- An
unofficial, sowoe, rwealed -iOv,
tnai; inayer t -nas tAireauy av
preached the Panama Gambling
Board on toe suDject.
If lights are installed., it
would be possible to have ractea
at least one night a week (most,
likely Wednesdays) plus the
. usual weekend Saturday and
Sunday afternoon programs.
This writer is one of many
who applaud" the suggestion.
However, it would be necessary
to wipe out the millions of mos-
Suitoes that infest the area after
usk until daybreak.
-. .. oOo
slngton won Thursday's first
race at Gulf stream Park. The
American Kensington that won
at Gulf stream is a sprinter like
the British-bred colt of the
same name now. competing at
the president Remon racetrack.
The American-bred Kensing Kensington
ton Kensington U three-year-old bay gel gelding.
ding. gelding. v. He opened a six-length
lead but was losing ground fast
at the finish and managed to
win by one length in the poor
time of 1:13 2-5 after sailing the
first half-mile in 46 seconds.
. ?, :? oOo : '
Four new horses are scheduled
to- bow Into action locally over
the weekend. Three are import imported
ed imported thoroughbreds ancKone a na native
tive native ; ; r yh- : ?
The latter ? is Jipi Japa, a
" two-year-old brown 1 son of
Count Curiey-Identifieada. He
is owned by the Stud chirlqul
LIVER TOHIC
If lty itvar aom you to suffer
tnm IndifMUqa, fiM, kevtbum, ctm ctm-tipaUan,
tipaUan, ctm-tipaUan, headubta, tad krUh, dl dl-(lnn,
(lnn, dl-(lnn, billoatneu and ikta blemish
tt MiBilon from jronr chcmlat today
Hlaalmi la a rwj tonie to the Urar and
touatinaa. Qt HloaXa at arufstoM.

u; I. "Ballfe Hymn"
Theory in Pictures

When the war is over, CoL Hess visits Cbeja with Mary
where they are greeted happily by Cha, and anevvers the
plaase that the arphanare dedicates t the snemary st En
San Tang. .
"Battle Hymn" is the wonderful and true story of CoL
Dean Hfss and bis work. Starring Rock Hudson, Martha
Hrrr. ran Duryea. and Anna Kahfi. -B'e Hymn" iil
c r-l"9r(l toon at the tertra! Theatre.

winner In a much weaker brack bracket,
et, bracket, seems a sure bet to finish
last Longshot specialist Osvaldo
de Leon will try to perform the
Impossible once more.
' The sub-feature, a six furlong
sprint that will pit Kensington

and Double Four, could turn out
to be the day's top thrmer. Ken.
sineton was second in. last Sun
day's $7,500 Francisco Arias pa pa-redes
redes pa-redes Classic while Double Four
was fourth.
Kensington had an eiht eiht-pound
pound eiht-pound pull In the handicap
then.tTb.ls time they will race at
level weights 115. Braulio Bae Baeza,
za, Baeza, whd rode Kensington, will be
back aboard Double Four the
horse he rode to the record time
of 1:10 1-5 for the six furlongs.
It should t9 a thriller.
Racetrack Tips
tr
By CONRADO
1 Amln Did!
2 Vedette
3 Sandokan
4 Copadora
5 Marcelita
6 Reynold
7 Crews Hill
8 Tlnela (e)
Golazo
Amat (e)
Mrs. Hallican
, Jipi Japa!
Onda Real
. Justlna
Riscal
' Febrero II e)
La Gazza Ladra
- Pappa Flynn
10 Double Four,
Kensington
Empire Cross
11 Ragazza
and tarined by Sotero Rudas.
Jipi Japa is an entry in to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's four-furlong third,
race for native maidens; u, i
. The pthers are -all- slated ta-l
make their debut ,ln Sunday's
fifth race for non-winners. They
are the 1 Argentine-bred hor.se
Mlnuendo and the American
bred fillies Coronation bay and
Display Bong.
, Mlnuendo la a. five-year-old
chestnut .; by Minuet-Motaclla.
He is owned by the Stud 32 and
trained by Miguel Mas.
' Coronation Day and DIspIqt
Song are. owned by the Stud Co-
ion Boys ana trained by Ramon
Navarro.
Coronation Day la a four-year-
oia oay daugnter ox Baimv
spring-Aumony. Display Song is
a speedy bay by Spy Sons; out
of Miss Vera.
Chivilingo will race with
blinkers for the first time this
week.
Our Fancy is now listed as
the property of Albert Tate with
james waint ner trainer.
oOo
v Veteran turfman Ernesto
Paris left for Argentina today
to buy a group of 12 thor thoroughbreds
oughbreds thoroughbreds thai will be sold
here for raelng at the Presi President
dent President Remon track.
Paris is a former chief of the
Panama. Stud Book and Statis
tics Department, of the Juan
Franco racetrack. He was or.ee
tne representative of the late
Don Antonio Angulzola and now
represents Argentine turfmen
Conrado Mageiorinl and Jose
Antonio Pausa locally.
pausa, it may be recalled.
brought the group of Argentine-
breds tnat includes surumeno.
Plateado. Resuelto. E i c asay.
Mlciilrlpa and others.
Reports Indicate that energe energetic
tic energetic track manager Thayer, plans
to reopen the Jockey school that
has been lnexistent for many
years now. A school for aspiring
riders is a necessity and should
be. pressed Into use as soon as
possible. "-

HISTORY REPEATED itself ln ,the Army Atlantic Medalist
'Golf tournament at Fort Davis" wien Colonel Gines Perez,
Army Atlantic Commander lost the tournaments first place
; to Specialist 3rd Class: Don Cameron of the Fort Gulick Dis Dispensary.
pensary. Dispensary. In December when the two were last matched Ca Cameron
meron Cameron took medalist honors from Colonel Perez by one stroke.
This time Cameron piled up a four stroke advantage t win
. with' a Score of 289 to Colonel Perez's 283. Colonel Perez (left)
presents Specialist; Cameron (right) with the new trophy.
. (US. Army, Photo by-Sp3 Bruce-Bleckert)

Race Track Graded Entries

P.P. Hon
Jockey St.
1st Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Pgs.
FIRST RACE OF
1 P. de Gales A. Vasquez 11S
, .2 Plnino A. Gonzales 103
3 Amin Did! : V. Castillo 120
4 Arpeeio J; Jimenez 117
5 Rutilante H. Gustines 103x
6 (Amat O. de Leon 103

7 (Bacana B. Agfrre J10 ould be .clpse up ( -l
, .. .,' i. ... t ' i '.i1' i' ;
2nd Race 5th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.purfr $500 fool Closes I; 15
f ,:. 2ND RACE OF THE, DOUBLE
' 1 Mrs; Halligan 3 A.' Vas.; 112 iPbrm.' indicates 1 ' -2
2 Semipleno O. de Leon 105 iplslance to liking .8-1
3 Socorrito P, 8anchez 102x Must go lower .- ,15-J
4 Oyster F. Gatica 105 Dshgerous ttua time- .,3-1
51-Vedette B. Aguirre 113 WU1 fight It eut : rt , 2-1
6 Don Danl H- Ruiz 113 Could be repest winner-,., s, 5-2
" 1 "- J-
Srd Race "Non -Winners" Natives Pwraa $250 Pool Closes 1 :43

4Fgs.
1 Cochlsa J, Avila lis
2 El Pequeno B. Ortega 100
3 Rocn Roll A. Gonzales 100
4 uJipl japa A. Ycaza 112
5 Angelita O. MonterolOSX
6 Pilluelo O. Ruiz 114
Sandokan H R. Vasquea 113"
.1 . ..-;. i V.". f.-'-i
4tb Rail Elimination, Imp.
latlorvlmp. Fgs.
ten H. Reyea lot
1 Devon M"aklen H. Reyea
2 Onda Real K- Flores 112
3 Rio Negro C. Ruhi 116
4 Vain Darling Ortega 10ft
5 Copadora O. de Leon 10
6 Malxuh v F. Hidalgo 110
'7 Alabarda D. Cortes 108
5th Race "C and, D" Natives 7 F.
1 Marcelita A. Vasquea 118
.2 Rablblanco B. Baeza 118
3 Jachalln S. Carvajal 101
4 Justlna D. Cortes 115
5 Esteban R. Crlstlan 110
. ...

6th Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Ff a. Purse $4Q0 Pool Closes 3:35
. FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Ponton- F. Hidalgo 106 Has strong finish 8-1

2 Maria Crlstlna H. Ruiz 110
' 3 Riscal 8. Carvajal 108
4 Remozada A. Vasquez 115
5-i-Reynold J. M. Bravo 120
6-Grey Juan' O. de Leon 110
7 Sof t Note O. Montero H7x
7th Race 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
2ND RACE OF
lVerygood O. de Leon 106
2 Tepocalma J. M. Bravo. 105
3 Moon Beam O. Montero 107x
4 Royal Stream, K. Flores 110
5 Nogalino
R. Crlstian 113
B. Agulrre 113
' H. Ruli 120
B. Baeza 115
A Vasquez 120
E. Ortega 108 i
F. Gatica 105
6 Bradomln
7 Mezereum
8 Crews Hill
9 (Febrero II
10 (Copar
11 (Incalca
8th Raee "G" Natives 6 Fgs.

r .'.-' ; Q.UINIELA. .-,
1 La oazza Ladra '; Agui. 118 -Will fight it out
2 Certamen Hernandez. 105x Jockey handicaps
3 La Pampanlnl O. Mon. llOx Razor sharp form
4 Full .Moon H. Oustines 107x Good early speed
5 Engreida N : H- Pitty lC4x Not against these
' 5 El Prof esor Gonzales 110 Doesn't seem. likely

'6 Bagdad H. Reyes 113
7 (Tlnela R. Cristian 118
8 Franclsquito A. Vas. 113
Stk Race 4th Series Imp. 8 Fgs.
Medical ConveaUon Handicap
1 C. McCarthy R. Vas. 113
. a Golazo 1 B. Baeza 106
3 opulento "s A. Ycaza 110
4 King H. Oustines 02x
5 Pappa' flynn V. Castt US
6 jaquimazo O. de Leon ICS

10th Race Sri Series Imp. Fgs.Prse KM X- Pool CIosm 5:41

1 Pavinetto V. Castillo1 110
3 Towns Wall B. Aguirre 11S
-3 Double Four B. Baeza IIS
4 Tony F. S nchw lC2x
5 Elko S. Hernandei l02x
6 Kensington R. Vasquex IIS
7Blakemer C. Ruiz IIS
lltk Race "Special" Ims. $ Tf.
iBsgazra R. Crlstian ilS1
3 Mio Cid A. Vasque 113
3 Empire Croat B. Agui. Ill
4 Cervecero : B. Bae?a 10
5 Manandoagus H. Gus. SJX

Comment
Odds
Purse $400 Pool Closes 12:45
THE DOUBLE
Jockey should help 3-1
Nothing to recommend r 15-1
Hard to beat here 1 21'
Rates ; with best here t 2
Notorious quitter 8-1
In think of it 2-1
ONE TWO
1
Always fractioua
Early speed only: f
Has shown nothing
Makes debut berev
3ets piece, of purse fx.
Fractious; can fua:',-.
Depends on ,start ..
4-1
20-1
30-1
3- 1
4- 1
51
1-5
, i ;-'.sA
Purse 60i X Pool Closes ,2:20
Weak legs hamper '' r i 8-1
Same problem here
Usually fractious'
Would be upsetter
Form indicates
Could get now
V Best early foot -: :
3-1
5-1
15-1
2-1
. 4-1
Purse 325 Pool Closes 2:15
Could upset Esteban
Back in top form
Not in best form
Will fight it ouf
Has class .plus (not
f ttog) ..
EVEN
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10-1
3-2
in
bet-
Returns from layoff 10-1
Showing improvement 3-1
Good early speed 4-1
Seems "sure thing" EVEN
Complete mystery 5-1
Could upset favorite 2-1
Purse $4M
Fool Closes 4:05
THE DOUBLE
Dangerous contender
Returns, in good shape
Should be close up
3-1
5-1
4-1
," 5-1
4-1
3-1
10-1
3-2
' 3-i
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3-1
Better this week
Reportedly ready
Could make it here
High weights hamper
Should win agatn.
Racing to top form
- Longshot specialist
Has late foot
Parse 275
Pool Closes 4:10
2-1
3-L
3-1
15-1
' 30-1
50 1
Has late foot
Not much class
Could be beaten too
8-5
8-5
Purse SCM Poel Closes 1.15
. ONE TWO
Form indicates
Last doesn't count
Better this week
Dangerous contender
Has strongest finish
Doesn't belong here
EVEN
. 3-1
4-1
' 4-1
. 2-1
50-1
Inconsistent racer
Returns from layoff
Tough nut to crack
Must go lower
Brief early speed -, :
Form indicates
Returns from layoff
4-1
3-1
2-1
251
30-1
. 1-5
15-1
Zi
Purse K
Seems best her
Has good workouts
Vastly unproved
Disippomtment thus far
Light weight may help
3-1
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Allie's Son Discovers
It's Tough Trying To
Be Chip Off Old Block

By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW- YORK (UP) Allie Rey
nolds Jr.. is discovering today
that it's mighty tough trying to be
a chip off the old block.
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A few years back, you'll re
member, his dad was one of
baseball's finest pitchers. But the
young man didn't' decide until
three years ago that he would
like to emulate the famed -"Super
Chief" of the New York Yankees.
'I wear the same size shoes,
young Allie explains rueiuuy as
he strives to make the University
of Oklahoma baseball team, "but
it's awfully hard filling them."
Looks Like Dad
Physically a ringer for his fa
mous father.' young Aiue ai w
stands six feet tall and weighs 2C0
nounds. A geology sophomore at
Oklahoma, be, too; is articulate
and soft-srjoken and as in the
case of the shoes he wears his
dad's old glove, jacket and hat
"I'm afraid that's where the
similarity ends." he grins shyly.
"I've gotten- off to a real slow
start as .far as a baseball career
is concerned and I have a long
Pacific little,
And I Farm -League
Picnic Tomorrow;
Some 225 youngsters and a a-dults
dults a-dults will caravan out to Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa tomorrow morning at 8:30
a.m. to participate in an, annual
picnic celebrating the successful
conclusioa bf nothejrJ; baseball
; The first sb will ; he the
school ball field, gy mrtaslurii
and pool., where the boys will
have track events, 9ftbaH and
volleyball to limber up on. Alter
they gt?wafmed up there 'Will
beswlmmlnff meet xAat. all
classes of competition.
Having accomplished the first
two objectives, running the
steam out of them and develop developing
ing developing the appetite, the boys will
be taken tothe Gun Club for an
ample supply of ; good, whole wholesome
some wholesome food; The menu will fea feature
ture feature baked beans a la "Pablo
Bell," an item which has gain gained
ed gained widespread acclaim along
the banks of the Chagres. Slow Slowing
ing Slowing them down with a stomach
full of food, the caravan will
next head for the Diablo Club
house for a movie matinee.-
W. B. Mallory has been warn
ed to be ready for tne shooun-
est afternoon of tn century. He
is featuring the "Leadvllle Gun
sllngers," and this gang of ball
players figures to do a bit o:
slinging themselves.
Along The Fairways
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The regular bi-weekly ladies'
day golf tournament at the Sum
mit Hills Golf and country uud
will be a Select-Your Handicap af
fair, this coming Sunday, April 7
with tee-off time set for 1 p.m. All
lady golfers of the Summit Hills
Golf Club, are' urged to enter this
tournament.
Any handicap goes. You 'select
the handicap you feel you will
need to put your net score be between
tween between 70 and 85. After all scores
are turned in for the day a draw
will be made for the winning score
between 70 and 85.
An additional prize has been do
nated for the lady golfer using
the least number of putts for the
II holes.
Entrance fee has been set at
fifty
cents.
Sports Briefs
MONTE GO BAY, Jamaica (CP)
Former Wimbledon and U.S.
singles champion 'Vic Seizas of
Philadelphia, who has announced
be is quitting tennis, said Tues
day he would compete in choice
tournaments. The 34 yesr old
Seixss said be would seek secu
ritv in the business field and "I
have reached the stage where ten tennis
nis tennis must take a secondary posi
tion. ;
PATERSON, N.J. (UP) For
mer German welterweight Stefan
RedL who now makes his borne
here, has signed Uv tight Al
(Rockv) Milone of Brooklyn in a
10-round bout at the Patersoo Ar-
morr. Mir 4. Real, ondefeatel.
has scored '13 straight victories
since coming here from Germroy.
WASHINGTON UP)-US.- Dis

rt-r.N;trict court-Judge josepn Muar

rsehv lias refused is dismiss a
1500.000 suit bled by sportseaster
Harry Wismer a g a I a s t George
Preston MarshaB and the Wash
ington Redskins professional foot football
ball football team.. McGarraetsy rejected
two technical motions Tuesday
which wouW bare meant dismiss dismissal
al dismissal of the case- WUmer. ho Med
the. suit a few weeks aeo, is a
rrr,nn'j sotkbo'der la t.'-.e Pe-3-

way to go even as far- as playing
in cpllege." j
The signs were heartening to
the "Chief ho wa? never out of

double figures as a winner in a
dozen years in the major leagues.
Young Allie pitched a no-hitter in
a high. school regional tournament
and helped his. industrial league I
summer team, to its league cham
pionship.
The "Chief" had admonished
his son that his degree comes
first. He never encouraged the
boy to play baseball because, he
says, "It takes natural ability and
a great deal of natural desire."
But since young Allie has made
his choice, the "Chief" is eager
to help.
It would be nice to be able to
report that young Allie is a nat natural
ural natural who will be the star of the
O.U. team this spring.. He won't.
As a matter of fact, he didn't
even make the 24 -man traveling
squad which; Coach Jack Baer
took to Austin, Tex., for the sea
son's opener against Texas.
Soonert Hivs.Potanr Nino'
But in fairness to young Allie
Baer has a veteran team aad
Oklahoma is almost as potent in
baseball" as it is in football.
"I'm real green,'1 young Allie
admits, "and I've got to work
bard to make up for lost time.
Sure, it's easy to talk about base
ball if you don't work, every spare
minute and do a lot of thinking
about it, too that's all you'll wind
up with just talk.
With that kind' of an attitude,
those who remember the "Super
Chief" won't discount this chip
off the old block who "sure would
like to make the msjors, 4oo." If
he has. any of the old man's tal talents
ents talents it just may be like father,
like son.

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FRIDAY, APRIL S. J95T-
- K'THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR' INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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Houses

FOR RENT: Chalet In Golf
Hsightf, completely furnished.
3 bedroomi, 2 bathrooms, hot
water. Call 2-2975.
FOR RENT: Completely fur
nished, thre bedroom's, cha chalet,
let, chalet, (hot water), H8 Via Beli Beli-ario
ario Beli-ario Porras.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished,
nished, furnished, three bedroom (one
air" conditioned) residence,
with large livingroom, diving
rotnm, bar, porch, terraces,
two maid' rooms and double
garage. Phone 3-1308.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished
residential home, 4 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, maid's room
etc. 43rd street No. 27.
. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom cha cha-;
; cha-; let, furnisied or unfurnished.
' Hot water, modern convinien-
i eies. First Avenue "El Car Car-.
. Car-. men", facing house 94, Pana Pana-1
1 Pana-1 ma.
Resorts
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
v beach house. One mile past Ci Ci-sine.
sine. Ci-sine. Phone Balboa 1866.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
1 Cottages. Modern conveniences
'' moderate ratee. Phone Gam Gam-.
. Gam-. boa, 6-441.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. de P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat
isfytng vacations Santa Clara
Beach. Shrapnels furnished
houses. Phone Balboa 1772.
Commercial Sites
OFFICES, FOR RENT: For,
Immediate occupancy 3 dfficej
each of from 55 to 60 m2. Will
rent all tr separately. Rent
includes air conditioning-light,
water, janitor service and
nicht watchman. Ideal loca location
tion location an Panama Bay. Corner
of 32nd street and Balboa Ave
within a few blocks of New
Notional City Bank anl Banco
Nacional Buildings. Telephone
3-0238.
Rooms I

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N in family, home. 45th street

No. 4-107 Bella Vista.
Vanfed lo Buy
Two large Black-Boards
minimum size 12 ft. each
The Panama American.,
Advertising Department
Tel. 2-0740.
infamous for quality
ihe world over
MAKES BEAUTIFUL
tSEWlNG SIMPLE
: eryihing is
;,- built-in
Just- dial to aew anything
Troai a, simple straight
stitch to hundreds of beau beautiful
tiful beautiful decorative stitches.
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ATTENTION. G. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished Mod Mod-ern
ern Mod-ern aprtment, 6 closets, 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, living room, dining
room, kitchen, pocch, garage.
46th St. EastlNo. 2-61. Phone 3 3-1423.
1423. 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Apartment one
bedroom, living room, dining,
room, kitchen, and bath in Be Bella
lla Bella Vista, facing Urraca Park.
For information call 2-1958. Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. -'. r J,-
FOR RENT; Furnished decor decorators
ators decorators dream apartments, fully,'
equipped. Kitchens, hot water
daily maid service, telephones.
Edificio CdVnpo 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 furn furnished
ished furnished ipartment with Refri Refrigerator.
gerator. Refrigerator. Porch, parlor-dining-room,
kitchen, bedroom.
Screened. Tiled. $55.00. Apply
112 Via Belisario Porras near
Roosev'elt Theater.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
apartment living, diningroom
garage. Eusebio A. Morales
Ave., El Cahgrejo. Reasonable
price. Call 3-7138.
FOR RENT: Airy, modern
3 bedroom, 2 bathroom- apart apart-merit,
merit, apart-merit, balcony, maid's room
with bath, hot water, garage.
Available April 15th, $15.00
Call 2-0321, business hours.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment for 3 months
Very good location on 6th. Ave.
Peru 38-14. Ask for information
at 38th Street 5-78, Apt. 6,
Phone 3-0088.
FOR RENT: Furnished Apt.
one bedroom in Vista Hermo
sa with gas, $68.00. Call 3-3589.
FOR RENT: Luxuriouly fur
nished epa rtment, 2 bedrooms,
"Miami" window blinds, hot
water. 43rd street. No. 27.
FOR RENTt- Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, furnished, veryool, on
bedroom. Perry Hill, second
street No. 11. Telephony 3-2694
or 3 0533. r
Evangelists Will
Meet Here Tuesday
On Stopover Cruise
DR. MERVIN ROSELL
Panama will be host to over
300 Christian Church people
from every part of the VS. on
Tuesday, when the Cruise ShJp
Evangeline will arrive here for a
one-day stay.
Chartered by the Boca Raton
Bible Conference of Florida, the
Panama stopover will be climax climaxed
ed climaxed Tuesday evening with a mass
rally at the Balboa Stadium,
The shin will arrive in Cristo
bal at 8:00 a.m. and passenger
win tase buses for sight-seeing
i r rr ansl Prietnhnl TVi ;
will also visit the Gatun Lorks; i
where a lecture has been pre prepared
pared prepared for them. After lunch on i
the ship, they will come across
trie isthmus and spend the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon visiting spots here.
i
A 45-minute period of special
music will begin the stad.umi
program featuring such talent
; as, Ronnie Avalone, tenor vocal vocalist,
ist, vocalist, formerly of the Metropolitan
Opera. Patricia Macaulay. and
Lee Childs Carver, formerly ol
CBS, and Dorothy Strathearn.
soloist." The music program is
under the direction of Neil
'Macaulay.
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' Dr. Mervin Rosell. a well well-known
known well-known speaker snd lecturer, is
the director of the Radio and
Television program "American
Crusader." Dr. Rosell will speak
for a few minutes before the
close of the service.

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,lne mak-,lne every effort to brine the
Christians of Panama into con contact
tact contact with their brethren of the
cruise. The Tuesday nipht serv service
ice service Is ODeced to the public with

admKMon fee and no of fer
ine. Special trains are beinc cp cp-pratd
pratd cp-pratd from Colon at special lc-

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FARMAC1A LUX-164 Ccnlr.1 Avenue
VAN-DER-JIS 50 Street No. S3
the Bella ViiU Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Brand new Flat
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: 1952 Mercury 2 2-door
door 2-door hard top, automatic trans
mission, radio; $725.00. Cal
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-l cortdi-s
tion. 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 Tubeless
tire, flood drive, radio, nylon,
seat covers, motor in good con
ditjon. Price for Quick "sal
$350.00, Phone 474 Colon. '
FOR SALE: Lata 1951 Srude
baker Commander 5 passen passenger
ger passenger Starlit-coupe, V-8 engine,
automatic transmission, origi original
nal original owner, low mileaje. See at
5359 Diablo Heights. Phone 2 2-2195.
2195. 2-2195. .h'..
FOR SALE: SALE:-cial
cial SALE:-cial Rivera.
2877.
- 1953 Buick spe spe-Call
Call spe-Call Cristobal 3-
FOR SALE: Plymouth .S.
wagon 2-door, 6 pasftnger. Ful Fully
ly Fully equipped. Leaving for
States, $1 000. 2010 1-St., Curun
du 83-5273.
FOR SALE: Ford two doors
1050, radio, new tires, duty
paid, excellent condition. So
it at Cocoli,
Price 395.00.
Clubhouse 7 C-2
FOR SALE: Studebaker 1953
V-8 Commander, 5 pass, cou coupe.
pe. coupe. Phone, Balboa 1484.
FOR SALE i Leaving for old
country. Sacrifice: 1956 Chev Chevrolet,
rolet, Chevrolet, 4 door, : Sedan, .fully .fully-equipped.
equipped. .fully-equipped. Must sell by April
7th. Call Balboa 1389.
FOR SALE: Leaving eoun-.
try, one-bwnerv?95l- Mercury
2-dor sedan.1tteelleiit coftdi--tion.
. 4300;)actual m U e s.
$900.00 cash. Telephone 3-6375
Panama.
FOR SALE: 53 Plymouth S.
Wagon 2-door, 6 passenger.
Fully equipped. Leaving for
State. $1.0Q0. House 2010 First
street Curundu. 83-5273.
FOR SALE: 1949 Mercury
4 door with overdrive, duty,
paid, Panama plate. .Very
good condition. House 21 06-A
or telephone Curundu 6152.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Aent
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 1-0552
TRANSPORT!! BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shipper Mover
Pbeo 2-2451 2jl62
Leant Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Jemping Claites daily
3 t 5 Phone 2-2451
r by opeomrMeirt.
CHILDREN GENERAL
DENTISTRY
Dr. R- Eisenmann
Dr. C. E. Fabrega
C.Z Denial-Medical Polyclinic
TWsli 4 ( July) Ave. 2IA24
(oppMllc A Broil School laygmna')
TeL S-ZS11 huei
Balboa Service Center
BEAUTY SHOP
SPfXIAL AFKIL ONLT
All Omr Bet Penranents
ISM to 2ZJS
now-J 3.75
BALBOA 1-SSSS
Per VS. pcrMir ea4 Qieir
.fwiir ty.
j,. Canon
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
LUSIMII
PaaasaA N. Terk Cioa
SAN'BLAS
EXCURSION
April -14 $17i0 each
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SFRVICE
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rvUscellaneous,
FOR SALE: Bargain. Leav-
1 i . M
k inn iimmvi, .lore on wenrrai
X-A venue. Write Box 992. Pana
ma.
FOR SALE: Horses Pana Panama
ma Panama Riding School. Good Jump Jump-.
. Jump-. ers and gentle saddle horses.
Call 2-2451 orFt. Clayton 2262
after 4:00 p.nf.
FOR SALE: Shakospear and
Conolon heavy duty spinning
rods, detachable handle,' regu regular
lar regular $29.50 now $20.00. NylureS
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 El Panama
Hot!. Telephone 3-6895.
FOR SALEi- 24 inch RCA,
TV, 10 months old. Cell. Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 86-7284.
FOR SALE: Just arrived.
RU-MER, Pacific and Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic salt water spinning-, reels.
From $16.50 while they, last.
ABERNATHY 'VvV
FOR SALE: National Radio
HRO. perfect condition. Bar-'
gain 3-3126, 8431 Margarita.;
tFOR SALE: Fish saj An An-v
v An-v geles and a variety of- tropi tropi-cals.
cals. tropi-cals. For information ; Tle Tle-(
( Tle-( phone 3-5048.
SPECIAL SALE PRE-IN
VENTORY During th month
of April. 4"xl2"xl2" Clayco
. blocks that leaves our stores
will go at a special discount.1
Take, this opportunity to stock
up on the lightest, strongest
and best blocks for your build building
ing building or repair purposes. Cla.
OS PRODUCTOS ACILLA, SU
A.: Tel. 3-0160. v V
FOR SALE: 5 pieces brown
Samsomte luggage, used
$M.00. Balboa 267l.
' ORDERS WERE vvenrtxren
this week reassigning Brig. Gen.
c. w. wapier.-aeputy command
er. Caribbean Air Command to
Headquarters USAF, In the of office
fice office of the secretary of th Air
Force as a member of th. Air
r urce personnel council. Gener General
al General and Mrs. Napier plan on de
parting from the Canal Zone
wortiy alter June L He will re report
port report for duty In bis new assign
ment July 15.
Napier has been In the Canal
Zone since August 19S4 as chief
of staff and deputy commander
of the Caribbean Air Command.
LEGAL : NOTICE
Unite Stain DMrtet CeaH Tar The
District w The Casal EeM
Criftobel DIvKio
In the Matte a Um Adoptinn nf
lUlne Paulette bealante.- end Kathy
la Hlffina, Mtfw. CivU No. 2121.
citation. -
To: AJeVfonee XiM-alante. Nary Baoa.
Norfolk. Va and William H. HlfBne.
M BiTtnston Btr new lor city, M.Yj
Ton end each of Ton are hereby re
quired to appear before the V ailed
Slate District Court for the District 0
the Canal Zen, at Cristobal Canal
Zone, at the Courtronm in CriMnbal.
Canal Zone, on the Slat day af Mar
1SS7 at 10 a'ctock In the foreneoa af
that day. then and there to show on.
If any you have, why Flaine raulet1e
Earelante. daughter of Aldef iinaa Eara Eara-lama.
lama. Eara-lama. and Kalhy Jean Hlcsina. dafh-
er or William M. HiKCina, anoura not
be adopted by Matthew T. AM. th-r
Stepfather, sa prayed far an bis peti
tion. ,
Witness the, Rnnorable Gtrffirle -f.
Crowe. Judee. Cnited Staar District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this list day of March. ItSI.
C. T, MrToraisrk, T. -:
. Clerk of Court
By s Des M. Jotkla
Depvtr Clrk
To- Aldefonaa SaeaUoie and Williasj
H Hitfins.
The forefoint citation Is served tree
yea and each of voa by suMieatioB
pw mailt Sa the Order of the Honorable
Guthrie T. Crewe. Judge. Unheal States
Distrtct Court for the Dtr4t at the'
Canal Zona, dated the lath dsy of
1S67. and entered and fted af
the dark af the unitM Dwtrvtjctl
this action Wi tha off'c a
Court. DIvMnn r4 Critooai,
lata flay of Marrh. 1r 7
. C T. MrTanxk. tt.
Clerk e Court
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Baccarat crys crystal,
tal, crystal, .2 table sets, never Used.
Via Porras No. 64. Tel. 3-1863.
FOR SALE:- Large 25 cycle
Westinghouse refrige rat r.
Call Balboa 2-4245, until 5:00
'deck.
FOR SALE.- Selling new a a-pa
pa a-pa rtment furniture du to trip.
Option to th apartment. Jero Jero-mmo
mmo Jero-mmo de la Ossa, Avenue No. 10
apt. 14. 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
FOR, SALE: f Wood fence,
dtcorstiv as well as useful
for .duplex-typ basement;
room divider; boo k c a s e.
House 1536-B, Balboa,' Call 2 2-1767
1767 2-1767 after 4:00. K,'fa!...h V
FOR SALE: Buffet $30.00.
Dining table, 4 chairs $25.00.
Couch $10.00. Vanity ? $35.00
Dishes (service for 12) $20.00
Apt. 1 House 30, National Ave. :
Panama. .. "-;, -;,' ; a.
FOR SALE: Hot Water tank
(20 Gal.) $30.00, sofa bed $35.00
3 burner stove $15.00, westiho-
house $100. 59 Via .Argentina
' (65th), Phone 3-kJ2..
FOR SALE: Due to trip
bargain. Dining room Set, bed bedroom
room bedroom set, living room set, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, stow, heater, waui waui-ing
ing waui-ing machine, child's wardrobe, -car.
House 14 Apt. 11-B (Patio
Rochet) 21-A street,, Panama.
FOR SALE: Bedroom set,
double beds, 7 pieces,' $175. 00;
21" TV set with outsid ante ante-hi
hi ante-hi $175.0U.V MouOrn bedroom
set, wngl bed almost new,
$250.00. Can be senn at 50
Street No. ;21. : v,f..
FOR SALE: t- Dining room
set, glss 'top 4aaa' e chairs
$55.00; living room set, 7 pe.
ces, $65.00; Z rugs, 7'x8 $ij.00
9'xl2' $40.00, including rubber
mat; 5 burners, gas stove, 2
ovens almost new $15-00; can
be seen at 50 Street No. 21.
t3ERVICESi
th' best dinners' and drinks.:
are served in our modem air-
conditioned cafeteria, griii and
bar. Hotel Intemaeional "PlaT.
?sa S to-Atoyvw'.i
TV OWNER:, Servlc; calls
within 3 hours or, by appoint.
, ment $2.50. Shopwork returned
- the. day after receipt oTV.
Save pick up and .delivery
charge by bringing in your ta table
ble table models. Phone 2-4616 U. S.,
Television; -' x
Chiriqui Pitcher
Leaves To Join
Chisox Farm Club
JOSE D. ELISO.VDRO :
Glen C. Miller, director of the
Chicago White Sox minor league
clubs, today announced the
signing of Jose Diss EUsondro,
n-year-oid pitcher from tne
province of ChlriquL . s
, Elisondro's live fast ball at attracted
tracted attracted the attention-of Andy
Cohen, now managing Indiana
polis, class AAA American Asso Association,
ciation, Association, when he was on the
Isthmus managing Carlos E le leu's
u's leu's Chesterfield team. At that
time Elisondro was a rookie on
the squad of the Guardia Na Nacional
cional Nacional amateur team.
Elisondro is 5' 10" tall and
weighs close to 160 pounds. He
will depart from Tocumen to today
day today at 5:15 p.m. and will report
to Dubuque, class D, Mississippi Mississippi-Ohio
Ohio Mississippi-Ohio Valley League. --
Walter C. Watson served as
representative of the White Sox
organization In arranging for
lUiaondro's departure,
: j
Sports Briefs j
NEW YORK (UP) City Coun-
President Abe Stark said Tues-
dsy tbere "should be no question
about kefpiog the Dodgers in
Brooklya fin if sa appnl had
to be made to the National Learn
to prrrpnt any transfer to re
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PKECUDO 7 Street No. 13 AGENCIAS

111 A'OVEDAJJtS ATHIS Beside
Boats & Motors
..Just, arrived. .The newest de
velopment In outboard moto motoring
ring motoring THE AUTO .PILOT.
Steers easier than a car. No
; cables, no pullys. Eliminates
-11 hazards. Guaranteed satis satis-,
, satis-, factory. Also hundreds .0 f
boats fittings, hardware etc.
ABERNATHY, across side
, street Panama Hotel Tele Tele-phone
phone Tele-phone 3-6895.
FOR SALE; .30' fceautiful
Tahiti ketch "La Golondrina"
Gray -4-52 engine; sleeps 4;
head; main cabin paneled 276
rare woods; ready for cruise;
bargain.' Yacht Club, Cristobal
Phone Panama 3-0599.
17 ft outboard cruiser; v "fiber :
glass bottom and sides, $325.00
Trailer $50.00. 25 h.p. Evlnrude
$275.00.. Th. best place in Pa.
name to buy sell or trade.
ABERNATHY, fr'ii 1 ;S ; -t
Lesson
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers .- Preteens
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
Dunn. 1
iV
(PA-C) Mr. Klaus Kieff er.
Who heads the Industrial Divi Division,'
sion,' Division,' ana 13 General Manager of
the PFAJT' Company of Ger-
many, in, Bogota, Colombia has
returned to ... Panami for con
ferences "with the local distri
butor, of PFAFF. Troplcana.
in conjunction -with xne
PFAPF expansion program In
Latin' America, Mr. Kieffer. to
gether with Dr. Fred Sellmeyer,
rresidente pi the American
Pfaff Company, has made an
extensive study of conditions in
Mexico, Central America and
norther South America. As a re result
sult result Mr. Kieffer will very short shortly
ly shortly establish his headquarters in
this area to: better service-and
coordinate the facilities and ac activities
tivities activities of the Pfaff distributors
In. all of Latin America.
Pacific Evergreen
Club Postpones;
Canal Excursion
, t ;i
' The Pacific Everereen harden
Club today, announced the tempo
rary, postponement of a Canal ex
cursion inp ncneauieo tor Sunday.
-The trio will be helH nm tirria
In the future.
CUARANTEED
j .RECEPTION
Proper Equipment
1 and Low Prices
T'- EFFICIENT
' ANTENNA"
INSTALLVriON
FAST.TV service
, TIL 10:00 P.M.
;? :r :
DON'T WAIT CALL NOW
M374
TELE-RAD :
Cc rner

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WANTED:' Salesman to sell
'direct to offices .and homes.
Apply between 2:00 to 3:00 p.
; m. only Troplcana, 4th of July
Ave. 4, r, t ,i j

WANTED: Experienced sta'
ble manager;; must know all
about horses nd riding; Call,
2-2451 or Ft.- Clayton 2242 after
4:00 p.m.
WANTED:-. Barber Balboa Y
M.C.A. Sea Mr E. Crui.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE:- OR TRADE :
1953 Harley 74 motorcycle in
excellent condition. Will trade
for' used .car. Phone Balboa
2704. 1
Real Estate
FOR SALE:- Comer lotat'
seventh street and Avenida del :
Malecon at Coco del Mar. Call
Telephone 3-2488, I ".. 4
p.tn,; v'. y-; -...
Retiring ; Soon Come o St.
Petersburg, : Florida. Retired
Canal Diggers Paradise. For
Information-, contact Tommy
Bougan c o A.F. J white, rear.
or 15 ninth St. North, St.
' Palartkiira Eli
Tomorrow is your last chance to
best Jackie Burke's 18 round to
tal for the Military Police Asso.
ciation's 1st Annual International
Golf Day. Tomorrow ; Burke r will
compete in the Master's Golf
Tourney at Augusta, Ga.;-. and the
score he fires there v will 1 be the
one that all tourney entrants will
nave to beat to earner a prize.
Among .tnose teeuie oirin.. tne
tourney nere toaay riaay;v was
Mai. Gen. Louis J. Heath,, chief
of staff Caribbean Command,
everyone interested can c o m-
treterAn- ehtranctf lee'olt .2!riiSs-
Deen established. Entrants ; mav
plar -as many -as four times pro
vidlrie they submit a new entrv
fee each time they play.; One dol
lar or tne money wm be turned o-
ver to, the Boy Scouts in the... Ca
nal Zone. The- remaining twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five cents-will be forwarded; to the
Military Police Association in Au Augusta
gusta Augusta to cover the cost of the
prizes: :. '.
i" All play will be conducted un under
der under the. United States Golf Asso
ciation rules and your local club's
existing regulations. All scores
must be compiled over 18 holes.
In the event only a nine h o 1 e
course exists in a n area, the
nine holes will be played wtice to
total 18. v
This is a handicap tournament
and the MPA suggests that when
ever possible a player use his es established
tablished established club handicap.. However,
for those that, do -not havfean
established handicap the Callaway
System of Automatic Handicap
ping may be used, and all scores
must better Burke's core tomor
row to win a prize.
The only type of 'scorecard that
may be used in the turney are
MPA scorecards and they may be
picked up at any Canal Zone -Golf
course or any oiiuiary rouce u u-nit
nit u-nit in the Canal Zone. The $1.25
win be collected when the score
cards are picked up. Scorecards
mar be used in the tourney are
or any MP in the C.Z.
All decisions on winning scores
rest "with the International Golf
Day Committee and their decisions
will .be final. - j
All scorecards should be com
pleted,' signed and attested by a

Tomorrow IMJChiance
To Beat JacldeiBurlce

STRONG EMOTIONS SPUR FIERCE' ACTION IN

"GUN FOR

RELEASED TOMORROW; SUNDAY AND MONDAY
- AT THE "DRIVE-IN" THEATRE

f

Powerful emotional crises alteraate with violent, bru brutal
tal brutal action U make a hifhly nnsnal hat fasctoating and
tempestnoas film of "GLN FOR A COWARD," the Cniver
sal-Interaational picture tn color and CinemaScope, star starring
ring starring Fred Mar MCRRAT, Jeffrey HUNTER and Janice RILE,
which opena tomorrow, Sunday and Monday at the "DRIVE "DRIVE-IN"
IN" "DRIVE-IN" Theatre.
Actiea-packed tboagh this plctore isv it chief charae
ten are by no means the stock figures af frontier drama.
Each of these characters emerges as a genaine human be being,
ing, being, an amairamatton ef conflicting and sometimes alnuwt
paradoxiral motivations, and the film drlw far beneath
their sorface actions t make tbero enderstandable ni
rref'Uibte.

mrnm
. WANTEDr;: Maid; wash Iron
and cook. Enclih or Spanish
speaking,' with .references.'
Call during -day Panama '2-31 r
1 Evening 3-2736: if
WANTED: American family
; desires 3 or preferably 4 bed
room Chalet in good "Residen "Residential
tial "Residential Area"..Call Panama 3-132
between hours of 1:00 or 5:00.
WANTED TO BUY; New or
used 12 cubic feet orr bigger
Commercial Type Dep- Frees
t Motor must .operate on 25-cy-cles
Write or telephone Th
; American Legion Club, Balboa
: WANTED: To take lesson lo
practical EngDsh at home. Tu!'
tor should not be Spanish
speaking 4th C street 3 M,
ground floor. -
WANTED- TO BUY: .Twa
,. large blackboards, not less:
than.J2 at; cKh. Contact The,
Panama American,, .adverti-'
'.ng department. Telephone 2 2-j
j 2-j 0740.
. WANTED:. Ironers for drill
"l at the "Lavandera America Americana".
na". Americana". I
playing, partner, 4ocal, coordinator
or club professional.
i f' 'i--" ; '.
Entrants" can "play 'at any golf
club both t civilian and military in
the area.
The Callaway System of Auto-1
matle Handieappuig
.Scora.jr-.Deduct r:' ;
5 Par or Less Scritch
Ona or over nar to 75 Wwnrt
bole i . ,)".;:
el to sa worsn noian juus v
next 'worse hole t'-
8 to 90 Two worif houV
91 to 95 1- Two worst holes nlus
V4- next worse hole. u
96 to 100 Three worst noles
101" lo' 110 Four w6rst "holes
111 to 115 '.Four' worst holes
plus 'next worse hole .J,'
. 16 to 20 ,Five .worst holes.
Two Spanish Nayy
Vessels Due, Here
rromjanuiega
4.... v ,. f ., z
The Spanish Naval Vessels Mar- v
te and Vulcano. are scheduled to
arrive at the Balboa piers, tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow on their' return tnp to the Ca'
nal Zone from San DiegOi.jCal.,
where they transferred better than
300 Spanish naval- personnel to v
destroyers .'which will tventually
become part of the Spanish Navy. '.
. Both ships are 2,000 ton mine- ,v
players with a combined comple complement
ment complement of 44 officers,' and 304 enlist enlisted
ed enlisted personnel aboard. The Culeano -is
command by Capt. D.! Pedro r
Duran Juan. The Commanding Of-, -ficer
of the Marte, .is Capt. D D-Manuel
Manuel D-Manuel Castaneda Barea.-
- : '
Both' the Mart and Vulcano.
stopped in Balboa, after their,
south transit of Ibe tanai in ear- ..;
ly March
A COWARD
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Bandit Lord
Eludes Iran

Police Trap

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TENERAN. Iran. April 5 (UP)

Baluchistan bandit Lord Dad

Shah apparently slipped away irom
another government trap today 20
miles east of the spot where his
gang killed three American aid of officials
ficials officials 12 days ago.
A specially-organized comman commando
do commando squad of 20 mountain-trained

police failed to contact the elusive
desperadoes in the its first sweep
over the badlands east of here.

Dad Shah and his surviving
oonoators wprp believed located

in a wild stretch of mountains. But

a high gendarmerie oiticiar saw
there had not been any contact
with them.
The mountain police and other
search forces totalling nearly 500
men were handicapped by torren torrential
tial torrential rains.

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As Right-to Work Laws Loom .

Rackets Committee Has Labor Scared
WASHINGTON ADril. 5 lJP The Senate1 investigation of labor racketeering

Lis beginning to throw 'a scare Jnto the Jabor movement. ? K

Labor leaflets Tear.xnai xne nearmgsn involving motb do, .....
Union, and other uniow yet to be heard fromr may set off a fresh wave of anti antiunion
union antiunion feeling. ,t ' v
The most feared result would be more, state right-to-work laws and .' Congres Congressional
sional Congressional demands for, national law outlawing the union shop and similar provisions1 in
union' contracts. "

Attorney Denies

teamster Official
Is Stool Pigeon

Th trouble with beina a bread

winner is the government takes
such a big slice. u

Chilear Rioting Put Dovnr
But 'Seeds, Of Revolt Alive'

tvi Mffh.cnmmjtnd of ths-eisiation It would view; as antl

AFL-CXO has takeri a booDera- labor. t ,

tive attitude, toward the inves investigation.
tigation. investigation.
Tt. hn susnenried Beck from

his vlce-Dresldency because- he
invoked the fifth amendment In

reiUSlllK io uuowei vv""."vvs
Questions. '

The most recent Usue of the
AFL-CIO News said editorially
that "what has been harmful,.
to labor ....has been net the
committee but the vractices
'and attitudes it has brought
toiiahL"
"Mvpfthipssi the hieh com

mand of the nation's chief labor

federation is worried tnac toe
investlKation will set in motion
forces that will result in newle

Big Fashion House
To Close Up Shop
PARTS, April 5 (UP) Gene Gene-vieve
vieve Gene-vieve Fath announced today she
is closing down her fashion house
.ft n.irlv tVirA varx Of atritS-

gle that followed the death of her

husband Jacques Fatn. ., .,,
She said in a press statement
that the second biggest fashion
house in Paris (Christian Dior is
number onet will close up shop at

the entt ot June.

Ark.), chairman, ot -the special
Tnirot pnmmlt.t,ee.vKfl.id on a te

levision program last week-end

he favors rlKht-to-woric taws Dut
would prefer that states enact
ed them.-1- 1 1

Weather Or Not
.This weather report for the.
ti hours ending a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydro r r a p h i e
Branch of the Panami Canal
Company:
Balboa Cristobal

I TEMPERATURE :

Hifh
Low

HUMIDITY:
Hirh
Low

93,
1Z

89
41,

WIND:
(max. mph) NW-18
RAIN (inches) 0
WATER TEMP-- -(inner
harbors) ?8

SATURDAY, APRIL
. HIGH LOW
7:32 a.m. 1:30 a.m.
,3:8 p.m. t' 1:51 p.m.

84
.
86
74
N-18
0
83

uractroirsTrror vAnrti 5 TUPV

The attorney for Teamster sec-

re tarv-treasurer John angusn

tnriov iricrnrmiRTv rlpnlert miblish

ed reports that Brigllsji had giv given,
en, given, "tins nr encouragement to

the Senate rackets committee.

The attorney, Herbert
Thatcher; indicated that Eng English
lish English had been accused by the
Teamsters executive board ot
being a "stool vigeon", as a re result
sult result of the reports vublished

nrHif Aha .' pm nho si 7P(1 til ft t

EnKlI&n nad voiumeerea nu in-

which has been investigating
41.. nnA nt Tmst,er nresi-

dpnt Dave Beck and alleged

links between his union and the
underworld. t j
Th nnmrnlttso rharPPS BeCK

took $322,000 of Teamster cash

for his own use. s-.

given information only in an an-tn
tn an-tn snprlfta nnfistions and

handed over documents onlyl

when subpoenaed,

SANTIAGO. Chile. April 5

'.(UP) Gen.jHoracio Gamboa

saldL today the seeds oi "insur "insurrection
rection "insurrection and revolt" Still are alive
hv this capital city although the
violence has been shopped.

- j ; i i?
Gamboa. -commander of San

tiago's -military garrison.' did not
specify whether he was refer
ring -to .unrest- caused by Chile's

deterioratlmr economy or a po

litical plot against the govern

ment. 1

.Armed forces wiped out the

last, rfiinnants of the bloody rlot-

W yesterday and Santiago had

Its' auietest days since' the vio

lence started Monday as a stu

dent' protest against public
transportation fare increases.

Public health officials said the

death rtoll reached 18 with 300
iniiired 4n sprlouslv. Property

damage was estimated at $1,600,-

000.; Some 800 persons were re reported
ported reported under arrest

' "We have crushed the Insur Insurrection
rection Insurrection andrevolt ..but it is
nnt rfpnri nor comnletely annihi

lated." Gamboa'said,

"We haven't been able yet to

defeat the leaders and methods

working against us."

The army has been conduct-

in" an investigation to deter

mine whether Communists took

advantage of the student dem

onstratione to steam up a revo

lution

IT 1 CZ Volunteer: Distaffers Join Ranks Of Licensed Army Drivers
I JT? Distaff volunteers of- the Canal fT, V TT
S '.! Zone area last week recorded a ; ' IhJLr ' J' '1

OVER

u : v:'::-:-;-:.-..-Av., r -. AfJ r

GOES

mninr advance i in their program

of DreDaredness for area disasters

or emergencies.
A group of seven women volun volun-sfnllv
sfnllv volun-sfnllv comnled a 37-

hour driver training course and

were licensed to arive mree lypes

of Army venicies.

UAitmirAi haea rprpnt. idHltionS

n tha ranks nf Armv licensed driv

ers will not be utilized as drivers
except during an actual disaster.
Each of the women is a volun volunteer
teer volunteer for the training ir which was

authorized by Heaaquariers, u.o.
Army Caribbean, in October of
ha been an-

proved by the Department of the

Army.

The class was organized at Fort
Clayton and the instructors were
Army personnel from that post
headed by CWO William Santiago,
Fort Clayton motor officer.
The women were trained to
drive the ii ton vehicles, the,
ton am'-ulaaCe and the sedan.
The nwly liend d 1 1 1 a f t
driv-r ar Mrt. JilU Biwnin
Mrs. Margot Arthur, Mrs. Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Andersen, Mr, Joye. Ry Ry-als,
als, Ry-als, Mrs. Jean Brace, Mrs. E E-Jitk
Jitk E-Jitk M.thanv and Mrs.

Jenkins.
Each members of the group
first had to meet a number of pre prerequisites
requisites prerequisites before beginning the
driver training course.
These included successful com completion
pletion completion of a .recognized First Aid
course; and prior driver
ence and possession of a valid Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone driver's license.
tinder military supervision at

all times during their t"""n8.
the distaff -workers studied sub-

iects such as nrst etneiuu main maintenance,
tenance, maintenance, driver safety and practi practi-cal
cal practi-cal experience in handling te
three type of vehicles.

A second class i planned and
may start sometime this month.

1 4rTi I'-'i 'V A t
ft 4t.,?.,ve;,i
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rf 4 -.;-- i
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Curl:!!nisr.l Of US

Postal Services i

Expccled Tcnht

Postmaster General Arthur E.
Summerfield was expected to
make- gnod by- midnight tonight
on ""th ats to curtail s postal

services.'

- Chairman Clarence.- Cannon
(D-Mo.) of a-House Anpronria-

tions subcommittee" : accused
Summerfield of trying" to "sand "sandbag".
bag". "sandbag". Congress bv handing, it 4tn
ultimatum either to appropriate
more' funds for his department

or see tne 1postIomce- reauce
services Saturday.' -

vcuiuvu oaiu ij7 uiu uub uvuerv:"
that Summerfield "can fool the'

make Congress the scapegoat if

me reaucwqnsRO jmo eneci. 1
Cannon's subcommittee Wed-
npsriav. flftprnnnu nrmrnvprf nnlir

17 million of Summerfield's

emergency request for $4T mil million
lion million in, funds, to -continued ,tull

three months pf the fiscal -year.

pummei neia yesceraav canea
the .action "one of the most dis
turbing things I've -even been

conirontea wun in my- mer mer-time."
time." mer-time." He said the $17 million
vrmilil nver .nrrtv nav Inrwasm

to postal workers voted, by Con

gress. r
i (
Summerfield said ''his depart

ment needed the additional

funds because of an 'unexpected
increase in thr demand for mail
services. But a number of .pem .pem-ocrat
ocrat .pem-ocrat accused him, of over

spending h'n budeet anrf'tVn

tJK.'Vlii41iPf J.-I WUVtH.Vi' VI AW.' I
running to Congress to ball him c
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LASThAY! .75 .40

1 1:3S. 3:2ft. 5:15. 7:05. 9:00 p.n.

MWM i umm-1 JUKSU
RL3CAuY Itkwils!

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BILLY

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Doc Fails To Take
Stand As Defender
Quickly Rests Case

inisinnV Aoril 5 (UP) The

. .K.nti ntr6 todav in

the trial of Dr. John Bodkin Ad-
r..,. it ald that all the

evidence necessary to acquit him

of murder enarge nu
en by the prosecution witnesses.

I Lawrence made Uu astonishing

summing up wnai db iuuj
..u.j h Miininn of Obser-

v.r. "on of the most extraordi-

.(. aM ever held in

this famou court"-OW Bailey

Dr. Adams, SS-yar-old bachelor.

SFVEN DISTAFF VOLUNTEERS gather around a Jeep during road tests at the Empire Range airea recently to .watch Mrs
Mareot Arthur second from left), check the oU -The women are members of the first class of 1te5St?I?5L,!5?
Sa?n who M to be utUized only in time of emergency. Watching the "oil-checking" procedure are (left Jo right M Ji Ji-Ua
Ua Ji-Ua Browning Mrj i Arthur. Mrs. Margaret Anderson, Mrs. Joyce Ryals, Mrs. Jeatf Brace. Mrs Edith Metheny Mrs. ROsaJenktM
and Stf Jph" Kackela, instructor for the group, and CWO William Santiago. Fort Clayton, motor officer

Senate Committee

To Push Probe

01 US Diplomats

nt k cLrrnffiTnitf Anril 5 (UP)

The Senate Internal Security Sub Subcommittee
committee Subcommittee planned today to puaa
ahead with a general njlT'B
of U.S. diplomaU in the Middle

East despite uanaoa
over the suicide of its envoy, nam

ed in the Semite inquiry.
Six of the nine subcommittee
.mKr mionA a atatemeot av-

ui.mm. B
ing the group will continue In its

that certain foreign nationals have
engaged in. . Communist activi

ty in the United States."

The statement was ua wuiy n n-mentary
mentary n-mentary of the deaUl leap in Cai Cairo
ro Cairo yesterday of Herbert Norman,

j.j !..;w. ft. nAiuMiml A tnKaeaBllnr tn EeyOt.

eattuv wukd paueat with nar- SubcommiUee counsel Heeeri

colics oecauae n uiwuu. : mu aiu
roine to remember bun in her mittce bed "I great deal of mfor.
: .. i .. m.& thai Kan

MSW.O00 WliL

I Today Lawrence, dramatically
' sweeping his arm towards the bul bulky
ky bulky mall-town doctor in the pru pru-Mr'a
Mr'a pru-Mr'a hot. took: full responsibility

' v I for not callinf him to testify in

nation" to the effect that Nor Norman
man Norman wa a Communist."" ;
rline is Caaada. which Said

Norman was cleared of

charges, ran so hign

member of the Canadian rana rana-ment
ment rana-ment called his uicide nothing

. HALVOSA
Fhotos: Darrel Blaess- and Tom Thompson

IOT IKH Calling BJin w ucw ...
his own defense. He said that for 'short of "murder by slander

.,w rJ iMtiirr' arrest and

iU-ial Dr. Adams had been suffer

line "an intoterabie twraen" u

Spokesmen f oppoting poUiral

parties pointed directly ai 're
Senate Subeommittec ns retponM-

'which it wa nnnecewary to add. bin for Norman's death.

THE PUBLIC IS INFORMED
that the MONACO MARKET, at 10th ..St, and Santa
Isabel, Colon, OFFERS A LIGHTER AS A FREE GIFT
for every $5.00 purchase plus a carton of VICEROY
Cigarettes bought during its SPECIAL ANNIVER ANNIVERSARY
SARY ANNIVERSARY SALE, which takes place Tomorrow, Saturday. .
Besides the Special prices we also offer useful GIFTS for every, purchase
over $1.00.

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CIFTS for the first 25 persons who uy $20.00 In merchandisa.
GIFTS for the firat 25 pVaons who buy $15.00 in merchandise.
CIFTS for the first 50 persona who buy $10.00 In merchandise.
GIFTS for the first 200 persona who buy $5.00 In merchandise
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