The Panama American

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

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As Resentment Swells :

Counsel Soys Senators
j Released Red Charges

AgalnstXanqdian Envoy

1

V W ASHINGTOM,' April '(UP-t Chief counsel Robert

- "a an i . r MAVMai
Mnrr i oi ma sanai iinoi imi

" today not he fcut isWt senators -made publier. communis! l

V' insta Canadian-diplomat when'xommlUed
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rrlasnled there was any need fori $enatJn-

suicide
MArrL '?snld there was

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' .VIIIPMIOn VI Wl uuvuni

' i eonnictioWVIth-tfi jubllcatin of 4h garget.

4"re.) demanded ; yesteraay tnai,
-the : senawse up1 jjhim
committee "to lf-quire into-the
elrcumirtanceg of. the publication
by the staff ,.of charges against
the reputation of the late Can Canadian
adian Canadian ambassador Herbert Nor Norman;
man; Norman; which, have become the,
cause of a riftf'-wlth Canada
Merman leaped so ni ae
la Cairo Thursday.
'j' i ;
, ware of resentment -; against;
' Canada but la.. Britain, nd
Ernit as, well.
One Canadian legislator went
s far as te say jsorman was
"murdered by slander.";
The Canadian, government re received
ceived received messages of condolence
Abdel Nasse-,' TJJJ. aecreiary-
eneral Da H am m arskjold,
Britain's high commissioner, to
Canada Sir Seville Garner, and
French, ambassador to Canada
Wronrta IrfiKt. ,,"' ... i .
The. subcommittee on Marchi
14 disclosed the record of a
hearing two days earlier In
i- i -1 ir.w ta an U 1 n.i fetaat
WIJJCU aMUXtiB M1U 1.116 IVUp
"quite A few security reports
hlch have a reat deal of Ih Ih-formatlon.
formatlon. Ih-formatlon. -to the effect that he
(Norman) Is a communist."
Canada said the charge were
- Vronndless. The sUt depart-
' ment diaawecUted itself from J
th charges, f
Mrs. Niroia will fv home with
lier husband's .-jbooy.
some Cairs newspapers blamed
Norman's suicide on '?umists,
aslto isirf ftruted him
becauna be was a -"friend f the
Arab.". '?
' Others said it Throws light 0
hit tales dace in America.'
" 'Freedom and democracy;
ere dealing deadly blows to sev several
eral several is America," said the news newspaper
paper newspaper Al Missa. "Now the Ameri American
can American committee wants to ; extend
Its ectivity into Canada.."
In London, (he Times specu

lsted that barman migtit be alivleanisations

Word-Happy Hipsters ''Like Nice Utile Word Like .like:
NZW YORlC fUP) -'LIke., slmatical slip. The complaining let-T But according to the Jaahis-guiur. or ,drums, you -tilcw lt

ice little word which has beenftr

metamorphosuig like crazy- into ninani art hanging oa your an'
thehkes of many parts of speechlswer." .

fne eenturiex imiii tha iirk-l.k
f roans of disaprroriflg chooi-j
snarms, shows no i pis of holding
still and trying to be good like al

good like should, r- spectacle of a thousand grsmmar-day
It baa gone an got ite!f aH:ians hancing anywhere would be

r ued up WiU e.e. word-happy'

jatx musician crowd, of whom, as.be was ao editor, -a breed notor-
ome grammarian once said, ious for hkely answers. t

there is ee wixr. nlist the beboppers. and their and he hollers: "Like help!"
.'- ' Hike, are doing t "Uke," thourh.
Of course, ynsmmari what you is a eonsidTtble sea-cbans. His-' ; f I Ww These 'Drams -'-I
make it, sm it ss Horace Greet-:torical!y. "Like" has implied a!
y boe l.k mat toc-ked upon ty comparison, as in- "Duh copi For about 13 years, these mtf mtf-th"u.ands
th"u.ands mtf-th"u.ands oi read its. who once come, and we run Ike HoSt fcrep-Vrians have used the world
retorted proper to a l"'ter from a irr hso." Or. "hy don't vou "Mow" to mean nlarinf aav in-

reader about so suid S'm-,t.

Abroad;

v. an iriru aiiiii ufiiniiLLDS auiu
vv ij -----
anV
S '. .Y .J --. y ...
in t-ot renewed persecution
caused : Dy ne S jauocomiiu"5c
a .i i
once again the nastiest, aspect of
the committees mvesugauns
txrhnlatie.''-. thet-. Timer said.It
i hmtnAA nAithcr bv the forms
of law nor Dy im principles oi,
justice, vy?fj, v-
"Conaressionsl witch, hunts i be-'
Mme a Brave source Of embar
rassment to the United States in
the. days when Senator McCarthy
earned his daily headlines in, the
world press.",. '.v.-t;
- Radie Moscow said the Senate
reoart on Norman's alleged activ.
ities was "an outrageous inter
vention' in Canada's internal
affairs."
many "nlaces. "Intervention
in the internal affafrs of other
countries by members of the U.S.
Congress, as welf as their provoc provoc-ative
ative provoc-ative activities against foreign
citizens, ir sharply- condemned."
the broadcast said.
Newsmen's Home
To F6atuf 3 ;
British : Films f
The History of the Royal Fam Family
ily Family on film will be one of three
movies ttf be shown Wednesday
niRht at a:30 at the Casa del Pe Pe-rlodista
rlodista Pe-rlodista Newsmen's Home). :
,- The films have been arranged
through the British Embassy in
Panama, and members of the
press as well as of the Anelo Anelo-Panamanlan
Panamanlan Anelo-Panamanlan Cultural Society
are unted to attend.
The other films are "Conauest
of Nature." industrial and scien
tific advances in Great Britain.
and -El Caribe-
The- British Embassy an
nounces that these films are a-
vallable for loan to schools, col-
leres. societies ana similar or-
ended up, "A thousand gram-
' " i Hapvy Horace ;
' :
Greeley .; replied simply: "The
to me a joy forever." However,
race, Lke I?
.1

THE PULSE
OF PAN AM A

Aiiunnsi Micnoia u. rerez,).;
whose "spnsntioniil" ... t.estimnm

regarding new developmenta in''
the 1955 assassination of .Fresi- L
dent Jose A. JRemon, languished K
ui jau wuay .caargea "Win per perjury,
jury, perjury, f ,
a t
' Peres, whose testimony -14
to bir headlines for more tbaa
a week ia most at the 8dsb-
Ish -language newapapers,:was
charged by District ,ori"y
derin falsa, testimony
Younz Panama, city attorney
Romulou Escobar Bethancouft
has been chosen to reDlace- the
late Dr. Jose JN. Lasso de, la Ve Vega
ga Vega as private,- prosecutor of Ro-
dolfo d St. Maio, one of the al
leged conspirators in the assas
sination of .president Remonyv
rThe Panama -government b
sued a decree yesterday cancel
ing all 'permits granted to ce
lombian vessels for plying trade
between Colombia and -San
Bias, La Hora reported today.
A previous decree had cancel
ed the permits of vessels of less
than 25 tons, but yesterday's
maae the cancellation general
-ine aeerea m aimed at pre
ventinr the exportation of San
Bias coconuts, the tabloid said.
Four thousand 500 malaria
zones will be sprayed with DOT.
according to an announcement
made by the director of .the
Health Ministry's NAnti-Matarial
section in the tabloid La Hora.
rne program wiu De carnea
out with the cooperation of
UNICEF. : v.'
The Republic of Haiti school
In Rio Abajo, which usually los
es it toilets to uueves durinr va vacation
cation vacation months, was In damer of
losing some more recently, ac according
cording according to police reports, ;
Radio patrol cars answered 'a
call that thieves had been seen
in the school building, but found
no one.
However, they did find several
toilet bowls, which had been
removed from the school,1 hid-
flen in we busnes nearey.
A workin r cemmlttee of the
Census and Statistic Bnreaa
' of the Comptroller's office has
come oat acainat the propoaed
' plan te pat some government
offices en a morning and aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon work schedule, El Pan Panama
ama Panama America reported yesterday-
v.
' The committee's main objec
tion is that it would undermine,1
the precarious economic situa situation
tion situation of employes, because some
government employes have other
jobs and would have to leave one
of them If they had to work
morning and afternoon shifts.
toriaa Lawrence Stearns, who
keeps on top of such things, mod mod-era
era mod-era jazz musicians are using the
word before aay and all phrases,
indiscriminately, as a rather pe
culiar opening parucie.-
Thus
What should -we do to-
like
in?"
go out? . like stay
Stearns gives la fihtstratioa tbe
story ef tae -Jaxxnaaa who sees e
fire enrine crashuic dowa oa him.
jsirument. Whether it's s hora.

PANAMA. R. P., SATURDAY, APRIL I,' 157

mm.

NATOMayArm
a.. Hr t i'
With Missiles?
' WASHINGTON, AprU t (UP)
Tho North Atlantic Treaty Orfiani-
catlan'a too .military croup called
a meeting today certain to Include
discussion of future plans to arm
NATO-members With guided pls-
sules-w r' '. . v
The member oi the NATO, mili military
tary military -committee scheduled h-e
meeting at the Pentagon after an
ll-day- tour ot vjl researca am
development facilities. ?r ;
" Gen. Bernard R.'JV Hsiselrosn.
Netherlands Joint Chief of Staff
Chairman and Committee Chair
man. said at the opening ot ; the
meeting: , 'V'
"In its plahning. the miUtsry
Ammittea has alwaVs soueht to
take into- account future develop
ments and thre fore no major ob
stacles ere expected to present
They met smid new demands
snd threats from Europe center
ing on rapid development or new
snd more powerful,, guided, nis nis-silesii.
silesii. nis-silesii. ... v ..
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
said yesterday West G e r m a y
must have atomic artillery shells.
nuclear warheads for short-range
guided missiles and "babyT A-
bombs to keep up with the world
arms race.--
At the same rime, Radio Mos
cow warned Holland that its ma
jor cities would be "obliterated"
if it permitted tthe United -States
to amass atomic weapons oaher
territory'' and war came, r ,v .
"The first- batch of American
Honest John rockets are to be sun-
puea i Honana mis year.' the
broalcast said. o A-
Hollywood BreaR: J
HOLLYWOOD; April ClIpJ-
Film maker Mervyn LeRoy fi finally
nally finally persuaded Air Force Mas Master
ter Master 6gt Albert Williams to ac accept
cept accept a part in "No Time for Ser Sergeants'
geants' Sergeants' a film on which Wil Williams
liams Williams is a, technical adviser.
WiUiams reluctantly accepted
a role of a corporal, t
Stearns notes now the omnipres omnipresent
ent omnipresent usage of opposites to express
mesning. "Terrible" is the.hiah-
est praise. A fine musieiaa gets
this.posy::'4He blowscthe worst."
If you ssy "hep" around jazs
aeople nowadays, you're sauare
"Hep" started around 1M0, with
oeoop, wmcn saceeeced re Dep.
Then, about .'six years ago,' it
changed to "hip. Bebop was re-!
bop at firstone 'theory has tt
because it came from the Spanish
"arriba," :meaning go.,
However, the. word, bebop ap appeared
peared appeared 'ia a teat chorus of a Me-
Kinney's Cotton .Pickers record
around 1377 and, at &earns says,
"nnhody knew why." i hope this

makes ever)-JuEg kka cltut.
if

Cdnfihenlfgl Coffee Queen

Anajida AJfam Continental
Coffee.. Queen. a leaves Panama
ear Jjr tomorrow morning aboard
Panagra'a FUght 700 to begin, a
goodwill 'tout .Of the United
States and : Canada under the
sponsorship of the, Pan-AmerJ
can' Coffee Bureau, v ; ;
'dfii'f'
The 18-;year-oId brunette, who.
was chosen In Manlzales. Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, from among 19 other Lktln
American contestants to reign as
Continental Coffee Queen, said
yesterday she was "very excite
ed" about the Stateside trip
which win be highlighted by a
visit to the White House, w
: The dark-eyed beaittv laid
', the hadn't vet decided what
.she will say to President Ei.i
senhower when she meets him
next Tuesday morning, tut she
wilt present him with a ster

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tNJOTfNG A LAST CTT" of Panama-brewed -coffee "before
takinroff for New York was Panama's lovely- Analkla AUaro
(rlghtf who leaves tomorrow morning-on a goodwill tour of
the States as ConUnental Coffee Queen.. She is slated te visit
the White Hbuse Tuesday. Accompanying her on the tour
will be a girlfriend. Virginia de la Ouardia Cleft) and James
Tuck center representing the Pan .American Coffee Bureau.
Anailda held a press conference yesterday at Hotel II Panamas
Cabana Club. 1

sen.

linjri stiver-, iemitasst coffee
service.- . sv.
Analida said hr'wlllsteD off
the -Plane at Tdtewild wearing
her blue and white heirloom po
llers.' Plans ajr fof her. being
welcomed to New York by Mayor
RbBert Walker.iOther highlights
Ot her ten-day tourincIude an
official receution at the Pan-A.
merlcan Union, and one at the
United Nations in New York.
. Miss Alfaro Is hoping- to spend
Palm Sunday revisiting the Ma
rymount College in Tarrytown,
N.Y.. which she attended,
. In her. wardrobe, the slender
miss carried three native cos
tumes. the, pollera, a pollera
montuno- and a San Bias Indian
outfit which she expects to show
off, on different television and
fashion shows being arranged
' (Continued on page I)

Closing M 'mz
To Israeli Ships

May

Spark

WASHINGTON, April 6 (UP) U.S. officials warn
ed today that failure to allow Israeli ships to use the Suez'
Canal could lead to another outbreak of war in the Mid Middle
dle Middle East. v -V
Officials disclosed they are trying to get Egyptian
Premier Aljdel Gamal Nasser to agree to an internation-
al agreement to allow Israeli shiping to use tht vital
waterway. ,.; ';''"5l'X
They feared that failure to reach juch an -agreement
would result in a prolonged period of Middle East
cjashes that could burst into a renewed Arab-Israeli war

Israel has warned the United
States that It has decided in
principle to exercise Its "rignts'
to use the canal.
At the same time, diplomats
Yevorted that tavpt will re refuse
fuse refuse to let Israel's ships pass
( through.
American officials said they
were trying to get Egypt to ap approve
prove approve some wording on a Suez
Canal operations agreement that
would assure -an international
voice In its control ancr assure
use of the canal by ships of all
nations.
' American bar gaining, power
is not high with- Nasser.
- But officials said this govern
ment is trvine to persuade him

that Egynt's own best Interests S. "fA irtL.i Si
will be served bt an lnternatlon-' V Pln1 J52!SS
al open-nassage agreement. te.V
,;v j 1' f' J would plunge the eetire Middle
TOKe S.Un nim. East into a. new crisis. -Tbere-.
,- ports came to Jerusalem- from
CINCINNATI, April tU-(UP: Damascus,- capital of SyriaW
Judge Joseph Woeste decided to- Amman, capital ef Jordan, J
day that Charles R. Pope wasn't -' r
wearing his breakfast egg on b Syria,- "the goveramenr: of
his shirt when officers arrested President Shukri el Kuwatly, anti-

him.' i.. ,4westera ouiavoweaiy aeuasr, is
' The ludee gave Pone 30 days faced with a split between int.

In Jail on a charge of petty lar-
ceny for stealing a large crate or
eggs from a poultry store.-
Police noticed the thief had!
broken some of the eggs when!
ne-apparently stumbiea near
the scene.
Eating His .Woods-
ENID, Okla, .April 8 (TP)
Capt. Roy C- Smith, of Enid Air
Force Base, had to eat his theo
ry that "there is bo reason for a
man to starve, as long as
woods are full of Insects
the
and
other animalsV
. His survival training class-today
gave him a farewell dinner
of alligator soud. fried bumble-

tees, mea rattlesnakes, sauteea'ana economic sm would incr?o
Jumbo grasshoppers, fried Meg-tensions alrer-'y stramH evrr t1-
lean worm and hard-boiled Sues Canal, C.j-a r.p s:l Gi.J
fluail egga. of AqaU c- i :c v v

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Den-uunon oays
Arabs Headed For
Red Governments
JERUSALEM. April (UP).
Leftwing Arabs are paving the
wav for oro-Soviet governments ia
Syria and Jordan, reports reach-..
ing Israeli premier uavia f en en-Gurion
Gurion en-Gurion said today. .v
Informed sources said InfeHf-gence-
diptches in the hands oi
the Israeli Premier sized up 'the
Communists and the forces behind
iemst w. wi. noazi amia er.
raj, chief of military Jnteliigence.
. I - s
Jordan has been tern by a grow-.
mg quarra mw iruwmg rrw
mier Suleiman ftabulsi snd anti-
Communist King Hussein ever the
King's opposition te communism,
' Israeli officials said they be-
. . . 1. a.
uerea u un suaaen mum Ni
Jordanian ambassador to Ecpt
; i ,1.1 r
sawn ct bulu wis in ;:on i
avert total loss ot Hussein's prev.
bge. El M olki is a close friend of
the young British-educated Ki-i.
Pro-Soviet retimes in Syria an!
Jordan, coupled with Egypt's re reliance
liance reliance on the Sonets far mil.tiry



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1 TWO
' TIER 1 PANAMA AMERICA AH IMDEfthlUENT DAILY NXrTSPAFCa.C..
SATURDAY, APRIL 1957

THE PANAMA AMERICAN

J tWrni KB rVHiLISHIO BY TUB PANAMA AMERICAN mH, IMO.
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. POIinSN PCPttMENTATIVnt. JOSHUA B, POWERS, INC
I I V 4B Madison Ave. Nw Vomu 47 N, Y.
' "! V'l MCM. If Oil
Pt MONTH, IN ""'"- ' ' 70 S.SO
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. ran one VCAK, IN IS. BO S4.00

t;:is is tour forum thi riadirs own column

n Tee Mad In it an eeea forum for readers aLTKa Panama American

Letters ere racaivad gratefully and ere handled in a wholly confidential

manner.

ti If ye etrite a lattar don't ha Impatianl if it doesn't appear the

Raxt say. Lattar ara published is tha srdar racaivad, -'V (V 3 iff
Plaate try ta keep tha letters limitad ta ana paga length.
" Idastity sf lattar writara it hold in atrictaat cenfidanca.

Thla sawtpapar astumai no raspontibility far statements sr opinions

expressed is lattara from readers.

.THE MAIL BOX

Bir:

FREDDY THE FLY

After a ahin leaves Miraf lores Locks and heads out to sea

the nassehaers see a sleepy little village on the left bank. Here

are. houses of various types and colors, where the hibiscus and
bougalnvillea and a profusion of other flowers create a splash of

brilliant color against tne aarK green or me wees.
nThi. ta ntnhin Heichts in the center of the village Is

hleh hill, and crowning the hill like a feudal castle, a large
frame buildlne nerches. This dear readers is the Clubhouse or

RprtrteA renter (wMc.h under any other name would be WW

same.)
'. io mViPrA nnr Ht.t.lp t.af. renters.

v,But first let us look at the compost heap at the base of
thwhlll. Here-is where our hero, Freddy the Fly, first saw the
light of day. After a few weeks Freddy began to feel a strange
sensation, and never having read Kinsey he had no idea what
ailed him. The birds and bees know, but no one ever bothers

t0;iHeflnally realized he was lonely and wondered who he
J4 nnA nf his rihs to for a wife. Then one day a

swet little girl fly buzzed by and rolled her eyes and wiggled
hen derrlere, Freddy's heart did a rebound and he said. This
is it." It did not take long to catch her, as she had experienfcea
thfei certain feeling. So she and Freddy went housekeeping at

the" compost heap.
- ..After a while Freida. which was Freddy's wife's name,
.UJ him arfV famllv

II One day when the family was buzzing around the compost

heat looicingr for dinner wiey mei a quuuib uu
"H told them that he wished he could fly. so that he
wouldn't have to eat there. When Freddy asked whera'he would
troshe said. "Go to the Clubhouse. The food is not much better
buli you have more variety." . .

t m f i j. i mwa a a- v a riiurM-innrs oni bti to r

1 1 ho rreaoy ana mmiiv won i i"r
ed'Wlth some of the diners. They took one look and said, this
is U." They could sit on the rafters and look down and see what
they wanted ta eat. The kids' got on the fans and rode them
llkH a merry-go-round. This was heaven,
Then Freddys family begin to marry and Freddy and Fredla
weMe grandparents, then great-grandparents. And so, dear read read-crsTas
crsTas read-crsTas you set in the Clubhouse trying to eat, and a fly diye
bombs into your soup, dips his little feet in your dessert, walks
'ovtr your meat and potatoes and yew fight a half dozen off
foi your desert these are the offspring of Freddy who had
hiilihumble beginning in the compost heap.
'Have you wondered why Robby sets there with a look on
his" face like he'd like to bite someone. He isn't mad. He's
Just trying to scare the flies away. And that pretty little
bundle of femininity, Hamilton, who is constantly on the go.
Is rshe in a hurry? Perish the thought, dear readers. She is
onj the move because her husband who is a Navy man told her
( that an object that was still was a sitting duck for dive bombers,
no as lone as she moves she's safe. And Walker. Ever notice

)im he carries a folded paper. That's to fight them off with.
t And so, if anr one ever tells you there is not a single fly

inline ciuonous ieM;mm ne i nuiii.. ,4i?re. ui ,qunsiu
one. They are all married and have large1 'families.
. Elemar
F.S. Bzzzzzzzzs
, J ZING GONE
git:
,1 have lust picked up a patriotic-colored (red, white, and
bis.) Commissary Bulletin that ballyhoos the numerous local
Panamanian products now on sale.

Borymd product is made from the exact formula that produced

the old Commissary Borymoi. rnis new mouin-wasn ameus ine

,'same, tastes the same, but does not have the same old zing or

strength. To me wie new eorymoi is a weaK ana auuiea imiu
tidn nf the original.

i This kind of thinking leads me to wonder about the become

etrtially suspicious of other Panama proauction.

bottle of the Panama Borvmol now on the Commissary shelves
.and state his findings. I'll bet the new formula is heavy in

H30.

Junkets Jeach
Nothing 4
By ROBERT C. RUARK

A.

Suspicious One

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MAYFLOWER LISTS TO STARBOARD The Mayflower II
lists to starboard as she leaves her drydock in Brixham, Eng England,
land, England, preparatory to her forthcoming two-month voyage to
the United States. Ship workers loaded pieces of rusty rail rail-rtad
rtad rail-rtad tracks into the vessel as ballast to correct the list.
The M-foot. 2.000-ton replica of the ship that carried the
Pilgrims to the New World will make the trip to America
as a goodwill gesture.

NOTICE
V.

Maldenforrn Brassiere Co Jnc, of New

United States, of America, hereby advises the
public that brassieres and similar articles ills',
rally besj-inj'Wfj-aiJemark M MaWenform" are
bine; offered for eaje In this country, and that
the legal owner thereof shall take the legal steps
necessary to protect ita rights.

York.

I notice that Vice-President Rich Rich-ard
ard Rich-ard M. Nixon, back from hi in.

tensive three-week 1nnitinn r

u-ii l ,,"T -r -w-

uau we worn, oas reierred to at

iessi one American dmlomat In a

ijur Aincan cuy as a "u o r n

uau, wonaerea aioua "now we

ever got snytning done with peo

pie like that," and expressed his

disapproval of much, of our com u
lar and embassy forces abroad.

wApart from tne wisdom of such
a popoff to the press, I would like
to challenge Nixon's rieht to know

anything about anybody on a
three-week junket made up almost

enureiy pi Danquets, receptions,

air-Travei. pacKing. unnaciunt;. and

possibly the constant companies of

me junKei siomacn t r o u o 1 e,
lack of sleep, and nervous irrita

tion.
I will bet my two-million plus
sir miles against Nixon's hectic

omcisi Junkets, scheduled to

sput second, tnat nobody ever
learned anything about anything
on a junket except that his dispo

sition was worse man ne suspect suspected,
ed, suspected, that all banquet food stinks,
that all speeches are a bloody
bore, that all official hospitality is

forced and strained, that whisk

ers grow faster and clothes smell
worse, that ankles swell and fin

ger nails get dirty faster, that

wives won it get up wnen the a-

larm clock rings, and that after

several thousand miles of chang changing
ing changing clin.ate and altitudes all air

craft are second-rate buses and

smell like them.

In any case, the Vice-President

of the United States, traveling as

official emissary of the President,
must see all the best of it in his

brief flurries of inspections.

Dead bodies are Bidden in
closets; dirty linen is tossed in the
basket; neckties and party man

ners are hauled out of the cup

board, and no honest, searching

appraisal 01 roan or nia worn is

possible on sleeper jumps by air,

You 'eet to the Heart oi anv

matter py spending unofficial time

in a place and by asking ques

tions of minor employes such

places as bars, enlisted m e n's
clubs or junior officers' clubs or

oi other small-caliber people in a
: : a- J i I 1 I.

pusuiun io judge we uig guiis.
In more than 20 years in my

racket I never got a decent story

out of s press conference, a recep reception,
tion, reception, s banquet, a junket of from

anv official of maior ranic.

The hotel dick is apt to know

more about what's going on than
the manager, and the buck ser

geant or file clerk is more apt to

be correctly clued tnan tne gener general
al general or tha ambassador.

Nixon must have endeared him

self to all the top brass at every
one of his whistle-stops by an announcing
nouncing announcing that "Americans should
act normal, friendly, and natural

in y reign posts, and not go over
board for namn and formality."

. This is r a beautiful diplomatic

dream for a Dodger fan, perhaps,
but is pretty useless in actual
nrartlre.

The very first thing any good
consular staffer does in a strange

country is find out what's peculiar

to the country and speedily adapt

himself to the protective colors
(ion of those usages.

In a striped pants-frock coat

country it la exceedingly gooo
business to wear striped pants
and a frock eoat instead of an alo aloha
ha aloha shirt and yellow corduroy

pants.
With the way Americans are
generally disliked in many a for foreign
eign foreign land today, the best service
a foreign servant can perform

for bis country is to stop being as
obtrusively American as possible

and fit himself into imngs ss wey
are broadly done.

It is possible to serve one s coun coun-try
try coun-try well without having Mama go
shopping in shorts and a halter in

a predominantly Mosiem eouuuy,
or by hav'ng Papa loudly display
his American normalcy by decry decrying
ing decrying the acute shortage of bourbon
inyMombaca.
It is a horrible sacrifice, but I
,.iw hmv known some consu

lar people who learned the local
language and drank tea .instead

of martinb when tea drinking

was indicated

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THE BROADWAY NEWS

Billy' Eckstine's sbtto Vdce ro

mantic link is French actress. Ni

cole Barclay. She reportedly gave
him lS-karat diamond ring. The

large obstacle is her estranged

husband, who rejects her pleas

for divorce because of their 2-

year-old adopted son. .Joe Dl Dl-Maggio's
Maggio's Dl-Maggio's heart remains free but
the charmer who has a clutch on

it is model Norma Campbell. .

uuuesi muaicai coupia in "-owiu
Alan Dale, the "Don't Knock the
Rock" star, and Pelores Wilson of

the Met opera. .Helen Burns,
the London actress in -"The First
Gentleman," starring Walter Sle Sle-sak,
sak, Sle-sak, smokes a pipe. The brand
she puffs is called "Baby's B o t t-tom
tom t-tom "Tobacco j, imported from

Blighty. .Carolyn Jones, the Tex

as sexpot in J'The Bachelor Far-!

tv." traces her family tree to one

of America's first families. One of

her long-ago km was a Comanche

Indian, the wife of ceronimo. .
E. Presley's fame has enriched

the specisl writers. There are few.

comedian who aren t doing a take

off on him.

them en his manager, M. Black Black-atone.
atone. Black-atone. .Largart footprints In the
pavement in fror e Greuman's
Chinas Theatre (H'weed) ere
Roek Hudaon's. J -.

Mumie iwame,- a top hit a-

mong straight plays; will J set a

precedent in show advertisiag,

tne ads will urge people' not to

request mail orders for tickets ex

cept for dates stsrtins Au. 5

Virtually months hence. ..The

balcony seats are sold out through

dan. is, 180M. . jayne Mansfield
uses black isilk bedsheets. The fad
was started by Jean Harlow. .
Josh Logan says he hasn't been

soiexcited about, t ?cnpt In years
as, "The-ChUdren7s Comedy. He
wifl.stage.it in the. Fall... Thi

"foreian eus

a tha extent Of CBOklni

down sheep's eyes to f the interest

of politeness ana gooa wui ior a-

w.it i iriT from the point, which

is thst neither Nixon nor anybody

else caa make snsp juagmenu m
anything that is encountered in a
Mfitirr toitr which oiles visits to

nine counuiea m w

lspsed time.

THE NEW C RACE? Holly,
wood's newest candidate for
; Princess Grace Kelly Rainier!
movie crown is Infer Stevens,
of the classic Kelly features
'end cool eKarm. She errtrf"
tn the United States nine years
ego. knowing no English. Now,
aa the Seeding lady for Bing
' Crosby in "Ma oh Fire," ah
speaks It fluently, with ne trace
f accent

Shan O'Neill, sen of the fete

playwright Eugene O'Neill, has
not viewed his fsther's smssh hit,

'Long Dsy's Journey Into Night."

Tells Brosdwayltes he has no de

sire to see it. ."Camera in far-

" is crowded with eye-popping

photos. It is likely to be banned

in Boston . .Al Hibbler's book

ings now include 43 high school
proms tt $3,000 per. .Curious ad
in a recent Variety revealed that
the Lord Mayor of Dublin is open

for appearances. ."The Ziegfeld

Foines" is still renovating its

score to attract a maior recording

oeai. none of them bid for a cast

album. .Count Basie's eroonins

stsr (st Birdland) Joe-Williams
apd his wife reconsmiled. .Ana

cOnda Copper purchased the Ziec-

feid estate at Haitlngs-on-the-Hud-son.
. .Only a few insiders knew
that Stanley Odium, aon nf tha fi.

nancier, who died suddenly, was
to announce his betrothal to Kay
Lawrence, attractive reporter for

m AMociaiea rreia.

youngest retired movie actor is hot:

vet 2. .Tha tn nlavarf h.

oy aioses in "ine 'Jen. command

ments" . .Gershwin's "The Man
I Love" epic is restricted on the

networks because it is featured in!

"The Helen Morgan Story" film
. .Two renowned stars will co co-star
star co-star in Summer stock to get away
from their mates and be together
again. v.

The estranged wife of Anthony

Nutting (he's the former BrlUsbb"' ""
F,ni Vrini... t... ..T pewedor en her rouged upa

ta Colby, she Is now. president of
Women's News Service. .Martha

Scott is the newest addition to the

"bayonara" cast. Plays tha gener general's
al's general's wife opposite Kent Smith.

Pat Marshall, who starred in "Pa "Pa-jama
jama "Pa-jama Game'' on- Broadway, is

mending in a hospital. Her condi

tion was serious. Micnaei Jonn
Arlen (son .of the late novelist

Michael Arlen) and pretty Barba

ra hocb oi Time mag are noney
mooning. .; : ; ,,

iplayetf e wal
Imarclal.fsr.
lest than 2isi
writer Hank

Anthony Ferkina, Hollywood's
new male r find, is smitten in
Rome. She Is lT-year-old Natas Natas-ia
ia Natas-ia Mangana, baaotiful kid sis sis-of
of sis-of Italian movie etar Silvana.
Mark Rlehman'wh atarred en?

Kraft i Thaeter j the i ethers nighf.

piaye e walk, an? bit in a tam-

th- same sponsor:

seasons ago. .Song-

Fort A she's a har)

end Congressman. William Hull.

f Ohio .re getting to he anoth

- or Washington ., landmark.

"New Clri in Tawn," ce-starrin

Owen Verdorv sold out Is f par

fermances In New Haven with without
out without taking one ad. '.'.'The Brave
One" at the Aster is top flight
movie-going. .The only make makeup
up makeup used by Deborah Kerr for the
role of the nun in "H e e v a n

Knows, Mr. Alllsonl" was a lit

r ireiKB Minister) nas decided a

gainst divorce. This obstacle- has

chilled the idyll with the ex-Mrs.
A. G. Vanderbilt. . -Realty heir heiress
ess heiress Helen Banks and her groom
are in a big hassle. She not only
locked him out of their Ossinlng

home but hired guards to shoo
him away. .Radio Row rumors
sav Al Rvlander will resien his

NBC publicity post to resume film

exDiouauon. .11 you wonaereu

what became of glamour gal Al-

....

to tone them down.

D.mYQ$ni;:3Te:
Oerry-So-17ou;3

ty PIIW PgAIION

WASHINGTON A battle royal

over uerman property and wheth whether
er whether it should be returned to Germa

ny or used for the benefit of

mencan edncation, will break in

the Senate soon.

mixed UD In tha hattla -ia two

Senators, plus one ax-Nazi, plua

one or We moat ; potent lobbies
operating en Capitol Hill since

tne on lobby battled for gas last

The two 1 Senators ara Georee

Smathers of Florida and Oun

Johnston of South Carolina, both

vemocrais.

Smathers has introduced a bill

whereby money from the seizure

of German assets in the USA dur during
ing during rtorld War II would be used

for technical and science scholar

snips.
' recognizing the fact that th

United (states has dropped behinl

nussia in science euucaiion

bmathers wants to use the inter

est on part of the 45oS.0UU.0U0 of

lormer ueiman asstjis lot eauca

tion.

But the other Senator, hulking

slow-talking Olin Johnston, u op

posed.

J-or seme strange reo" the

gennaniari T,wni whim vmliin

nas emergea as the great cham

pion of Merman prxperty; He

want to give it back to tne ex-

Nans. ,-'

No one in South, Carolina has

been much interested in mis. ex

ceDi io xeen ii trom-tha -niazm

tet Johnston has been muusmg

on tha suDject as if aU his friends.

cousins, aunts, and campaign- con-

inomors were oerman.

tie even iuhOuuubu a sneak cive.

....... iL I 3

away oui uurux mi ciosins oavs

oi uie ias' coufci'e.s wmcu aiuios

passed, justest move, on March W

is a bill to block Attorney Gener

al Brownell from selling General

Amiine ana t urn, the sxso.ooo.oco
segment of the I.G. Farben cartel

seized in this country during the

war. : i,

Brownell wants to sell it U the

highest bidder and turn the mon

ey-over to the U.S. Treasury.
Johnston has introduced a bill to

prevent tne sale. v t ;

THE GERMAN LOBBY,

HARNETT & DUNN
Introducing that ?
New Fad from Trinids.r ;-
CALYPSO

Marian Bruce the singer. Is
working ss a secretary in the ex executive
ecutive executive offices of Doubleday at
37S Fifth Avenue. Their book and
record shops feature her latest
MGM alb m. .Eydie Gorrae, the
lovely lart, and singer Steve Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence are a duetching at the Spindle-top.
. .Screenympb Ann Mil Miller's
ler's Miller's attentive Romeo Satta's date
ws tbo Earl f Carnarvon. .It's

a great year (or the Levin tribe.
Herman Levin is the producer of
"My Fair Lady," Ira Levin par-
antMl tha hit "Ka Tima 1nr fcar-

"-nts." and Mever Lerin'i roval-U

ties ea besueuer ."Compulsion"

re enriching Internet Revenue.
. Tip to talent scouts: J n d 1 1 h

Hunter of "The Trojan Woman

troupe et Theater Marauee. Looks

like Barbara Bel Geddes. whom

sne understudied u "The Livuig

noom .ina director of an oil

B'wsy thestre fired the lea dins la-

ay for reporting tardy to a re-

nearsai day after the vremtere.

At. tresses are getting expendable.

Rita Haywerm, Reberf M Ft ch chum
um chum end Jack Lam man have or
aantea deals en tfcair rtext film,
Fire Down Below". -Je Cat Cat-K.
K. Cat-K. who made e similar oael
w years eg, reoertst "The
checka atin same an". . The
-.. the dance
Ham wieyd and Marl arm la the
. M. Ktaflrar, aci aci-a
a aci-a Atamk Ineryy
laHc Carfeln ett ett-roster
roster ett-roster of "The Strange One,"
an wa tiara, it eneh-
Me yaawfar tt wh came
ewcktT. Ha'a U. . O e n e

Waaeeev rh ChUat reporter In
"Hapay MtmHng," (a the aaneV
by for Uty Do Waif in "Zm-

OaU rVliM", . Lataat Marihm i

mnrf ak-e-tke ta Mmt4 T
ay Wast. Jt, wh will k Hatter.
la tha avblicity He kaian'a
picture, "Fee io ta Crowd."

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Meanwhile a terrific German

property lopoy nas tnrown its

weight bemnd Johnston.

Mastermind of the lobby Is

Hermann Aba. former manaaina

director of Adolf H'tlar'a Deuts

che Bank, who cam ta tha USA

in 1950 but beat a hasty retreat
after San. Cuy Gillette exposed
his pro-Nail past. ...

As his chief American lobhviar.

Abs has hired Mai. Gen Julius

Klein, past, commander of th lew.

t.L r. ... I

Abs recently returned la tha IT.

S.i :this time as renresentativ nf

tne society, ior tne Protection of

foreign investment ot Cologne.

ua ww ubm ui (ticks leaiures

-magna cnarta" for foreiim in.

vestment, an international agree agreement
ment agreement by Which governments would

jiieug wemaeives never m expro

priate private property.
Last year, Klein sweeti talked

sen. Alexander Wilev fR Wi v

into placing aos' magna chana

oea m the Congreslonal Record.

Alter Absv arrival in the US re

cently. Klein maneuvered an invi.

tation for him to address the Citi

zen Budget Commission of New

xor city. Abs outlined his mat-

na charta proposal and. believe it

or not, received a New York City
medal from Mayor Bobert Wag Wagner.
ner. Wagner. ,' .,.
Later, Klein brought Abs' to
Washington an! paraded him a-

round Capitol HiU. in order to nuhi

Wnimm Ka nr m nrn ikh aata . r" f. . I

Finally Senator Johnston Incor

porated the magna charta m a

Senate bill, and latdr it was intro

duced in the House by Rep. Aimi-

stesa JL seiaen (D-Aia.j.
Meanwhile, Senator Smathers,
who hasn't climbed aboard the

German property bandwagon,
will testify in favor of science and

engineering scholarships Xor the
kids of American vets.

He will also remind his fellow month,

m whi ttav jrvai UJfl OUViCI

vmon graauatea -V times more'
engineers and researchers than
the United States.
OEMS WILL CUT. TAXIS ;
It's not supposed to he advertis advertised,
ed, advertised, but the Democrats definitely
will try to push a tax cut through
Congress before the 1859 e 1 e s
tions.
The plan is to Increase person- ''
al exemptions from $600 to 70fr
which would benefit small tax.
payer, the most, particularly
these with large families IT,:
make tP for the leas in ta fv.
mi; the Democrata intend to
slash the President's huge VU
bUlieit budget by about tf il il-lin.
lin. il-lin. , 7 r, r. Y
.Architect of the ta cut W.tt.

and Means Chairman Jar iTnnriati .,

tTenn.), whose powerful com.

The nlan is nnnns4 hnmv.

by. Senate finance chairman Har

ry isyra (D-va.). who favora alaah.

ug, the budget but wants the sav savings
ings savings used to reduce the natinnal

debt.

Inthe backitaffa

House : appropriations chairman
Clarence Cannon fD-Ma.l urii

Cooper that the budget can be cut
by at least $4 buiion.' This Would
Py way lor the tax cut
which should Pass the Houaa ha.

fore Congress adjourns this1 sum.

mer, though Senate" action isn't
likely until the. first of next yesr.
Note: House Republican leader
Joe Martin (R-Mass.) has also
been talking privately about a tax
cut, though he doesn't favor the
$100 increase in personal exemp--tions.
He would rather abolish th

remaining excise tsxes or reduce

income taxes across the board.

'CLOSED $HOF"'
IN MARINE CORPS

The Marine Corna afueollxl "At

fleers' Protective .Association" is

going to extreme lenetha these

days to protect its regular offi

cers. ,- r ;

Maj. Walter R. Harris tinar at

Camp Leieune. N.C.. i a Marina

Reserve jet paot shot down over

wW ui ju.ay j.m.

On the'' same day ha hnt

down he had planned to annlv for

integration into the regular Ma Marin
rin Marin Corns, but was taken nrimn.

er that afternoon before he could

sign me papers. ?. ;,-".'..

: Alter a year and hilf In a Ko Korean
rean Korean prison he waa released, eama

back' to the USA.Vnd as aln tried

to join the regular Marines. H
was told it was too late: The time

for integration had expired,
Karris can re-enlist as a ser-1
geant, but not as a commissioned

onicer.--' v.

The regulars didn't want their

brass tarnished with too many

majors competing with them for

promotion. ; a:v .-v. ;

;V; UNDER THi DOM!
When you wstch Dave Beek'a

antics on CSoitol Hill, you can nn.

derstand why Dan Tobin, former
head of the Teamsters, was wor

ried aDout naving Beck replace
him. You can also understand why
George Meanv for some time baa.

been worried about Dave Beck.

Many Congressmen deny re-'

ports thst voters are demanding
more budget-pruning. They report
little change in their1 mall, but.,
that Secretary of the Treasury a
Humphrey's scare talk about a,.

depression' has given a field day
to the Chamber ofCommeree
which has always opposed social

welfare programs and foreign aid
and is now fooling- Congress re
girding the budget. .South Ko Korea's
rea's Korea's President Syngmsn Rhee hag
protested bitterly to the British e- :
ver their new shipments to North

Korea.. The British quietly began

iraoing wyo norm iorea in in

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SHAKING HANDS Panama's tf.N. delegate George W. West West-erman
erman West-erman shakes hands with Prince Wan Waithayakon of Thau
' laid, the U.N. president, after both were awarded the aegree
it "Doctor of Humanities- by the Phtlathea College of Ontario
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, HOLLYWOOD fNEAV-The Ma Marines
rines Marines have landed in the movies.
Now guess who's shouting 5 or-,
deM 'and bawling the pants off
era as" -probably ; the, toughest,;
meanest, ftrneneslk drill instructor
in U.S.vboot camp history 7

The fellow who h boon actus
ri al mamtaM'Whioporing things

Ilka "Don't turn around, iria'am,

mu'r .about to be hlf. byrCroy-

hound bus." and "It's a. riot, man

' Yp .Tack' Webb. Mlla-manner-

td Sgtf. Friday.TNow rnevie-Ma
rino sergeant, j t '; "

4

; No. 'Jack Isn't out to proves he

ean talk, faster than a -used .-bCr
dealer on, TV or Jhut Jiis voice can
out-carry the- Los : Angeles a Ir

, raid alarm system, -w that he's
really tho heart-of -slope dispiplina dispiplina-"
" dispiplina-" rian somt, people, -have-. Recused

. IT'S J JUST' THAT he heUfeves
there's box-office, gold,' in- a ; movie
about ''Marine 'training methods
following, last year's headlines
front the, Parris Island, S.C., Ma-

, rine,. Training ,Center.But there's
no. connection, or resemblance, be

tween Jack's new movie, VThe-u.

, Iv"-riu instructorand the M,a
' rine "death -march." ;.:

, "Thcpicture'i Jacic told: me,
'witt be a credit to the Marines.

Therels "nothing provocative about
It: 1 1 guess,;- I'm a fellow who
doesn't know' how to; make -'provo-.cative.
movies." "A1! S-:--.

Fifty three Marines,'. based In
' Saff Diego,- .Calif;, and lent to

Jack hy- Un,cle Sam to play them them--
- them-- selveft in the Picture?, are evidence

enough that the Marines, after

approving the script,, will' be prais-
ing the film from the Halls of the
Pentagon tbtthe shores of Tripoli.
' i -. ? .
EVEN THE M A RINE S, it
,- seems, know about Jack's passion
for accuracy one of the reasons
for their full cooperation 'of "The
D.f.,"' which Jack is also, produc producing
ing producing and directing They, are .laugh-

inexn the set. in fact, that the

. film rs being maae so accurately
that one young Marine Tecruit can
hardly wait until his five week of
duty! as 'Hollywood Move Actor" j
v are ver. ?'He wants to gef to

hoot camp," Ahe gafl goes, ""and
the protective- custody of one- of
those real easy-going drU- instruc instructors."
tors." instructors." .
But It's no gag that tho 'Marines
in "Tha D.l ." are real. When

thav'r not in front of tha earner

as, an i officer .keeps thorn:, busy
with add iobs. such. a swooping

ina tho t, picking tip-: cigarot

butts,? otC. I've never soon such
Clean movie set as Jack's. ,,?

But bv Marine standards, the

lads are livin' it up, with Jack
DickinS ud all the checks. All 53

are living in a Hollywood motel
with-a swimming pool, and they

Kit rinwn: to lunch every day in

j well-known North Hollywood' res-
1(...t n U. 'still' 'llvhts .nut"

at 10 p.m. every flight except Sat

urday, f 1
1 H fj ? -Ar e. ;h.fy 4'

:f AS "THE D.l.i" Jack turns re

cruits into lighting 'Marines and
kei-ns a mama's bov ifDon' Dub

bins) from going over the r hill.
There's romance for ;Jack-"a ut-'

tie mora intense..thBnj jI'vo, ever
had" in the Deraon of W1 J 'Miss

U.S.A. Jackie LbOffhery. The

something- for the off adutf -Ma

in tn rMa with it .' a t night

club singer Moniea Lewis, : wno wno-rnirka
rnirka wno-rnirka ?nWollo i "If'n You don't,'

Somebody Els; WUL" And most
of 'em do, aa ly understand the

Script. 4V ?,;..,!:(, ii- iVt;" !J

As touch as 'The DX" on Ws

own movie and TV career? Vack
says ''no" even; if h$ hasn't had
more than 4 couple of days' vaca

tion in six fast w Daced years.

hnvjt" an -ulcer and : I don t

think I'd cet away even u I naa

tho timo"f he toldr me: at lunch in

his swank, hree-toom apartment

in the Mark VII Building j,

'J,ReaHy.,he- lnsistea.r"I am i

whiz at relaxing listening to mu

sic. When I sit. manv I sit. And

it's every nighti And I'm not one
of those two hour-a-night sleep
guys. I need lght and I prefer
nine.'1 He's still amaied at being
accepted as, an actor. "I suggest

ed Lloyd Nolan when-TV bought

'Dragnef but the sponsor pomted

at me. I became an actor omy oe-

cause .that s wnat tne man warn
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tina Christina Crane centr. U-year-oU dauehter of actress Lana
Turner ;m and f tcphen Crane fripht, Mms Turner's second
of fouf husbands, is shown in a Los Aneelej police s'-ation
after beir.e rturAied w.th her parents. Cheryl. ho apparently
tried to run aaT from hr-r.e rather than po back to elates
at the private trhnc tv,e at'erun. ?s fvrd -anderir.g
throuch i ect;on of the c;7 ty a rricU.-l't.

Ccrnzn C:n. Scsidol

Ic!:c$ Ccsnni:nd
In Ql Ceremony

FONTAINEBLE AU,' ',' France
April 6 (UP) German Gen. Hails

Speidel' took command, of Allied
ground forces in Central Europe
yesterday in a quiet ceremony
protested only by the pro-Communist
press. '
There was no sign of the mob
violence which die-hard French
foes of Germany had predicted
would be touched off by Speidei's

assignment ;

A Communist attempt' to foment
a protest demonstration .in the Na National
tional National Assembly was shouted down
by other members,. Red assembly

men walked out in protest, out tne

legislature calmly continued a dis
cussion of domestic problem's..''

Gen. Jean Vallny Speidei's

French superior, greeted him at

historic Fontainebleau v' Castle
where the two men have their

headquarters. Troops of the eight
nations represented In the Central

European; command paraded tor

their new chief.

A French'" police band played

"Deutschland Uber Alles" and

"La Marseillaise' V- s

The Communist organ Human

ite and the fellow-traveling Daily

Liberation printed cartoons and
editorials hostile to Speidel, but

there was no sign of public oppos
ition to the assignment of a Ger

man general to command French

Speidel is the first German to

hold a major Allied command

The setup of his staff reflects. the

international nature of the force.

His aider is British, his deputy

is French and his chief of Staff is

Belgian. The commanders serV'

ing under him, include .two Ameri

can brigadier generals.
He will work shouldef-to-should

er with h British air marshal and

a Dutch admiral, commanders of

the central European air -and sea
forces.

Speidel served for a time durinz

World War II as Gen. Erwin Bom
mel's chief of staff. He later be became
came became deputy commander of the

German forces occupying Paris.
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Belly Blair Ends
15-Year Marriage
To Gene Kelly

LAS VEGAS, Hev., April 6 (UP)
Actress Betsy Blair, S3,1 ended
her 15-year marriage to. dancing

star Gene Kelly today by obtain

ing, an un-contested divorce on

charges of mental cruelty. -r

Tho 'divorce climaxed several
separation of the 'film pair who
had' been' considered one of Hollywood's-'
happiest rtaTrtod Couples

until anout a'yearagW ,w" ,w"-'
' ,w"-' District Judge Frank HcNamte
granted the divorce" at a closed

hearing lasting omy a few min

utes. He approved a property set set-tlemet
tlemet set-tlemet the Kenllys reached on

Feb. T. Details of the settlement

were sealed with records of the
testimony. But unofficially it was

said that : she would get $500,000

ana waived any alimony claims.
Kelly. 44. was" represented it

the hearing by an attorney who

saia tne actor agreea to pay $100
a month support .fpr their daugh
ter, Kerry, 14, how attending

scnooi at La JollaCalit r 1

In announcing their final sena-

ration two months ago, the pair
said they had tried to reconcile
but found they had developed sep separate
arate separate interests and the trial seoai

ration which started' last fall indi

cated they could not resume their
happy marital status. ; i
Kelly' had been spending' much
of his time -abroad making pic pictures
tures pictures while Hiss Blair staved in

Hollywood where she resumed
working in pictures with her -role

of tne schoolteacher in the hit

mm ."Marty." i

Ther were nurriw! In PhilaHol.

pnia, sepfi zz, 1941, after having
met while Kelly was directine

dances for the Diamond Horse

shoe night club shows and ahe ap applied
plied applied foe a dancing part.

Pulilzer Winner V

Calls On Hegroes

To Improve Selves

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (UP)
Pulitier Prize-winmng Editor

LHodding Carter today called on

American negroes to Degin a pro program
gram program of self-improvement to help
solve the nation's racial problem.
Carter; writing in the Virginia
Quarterly Review published this
week at the University of Virginia.

said the Negro is winning his bat

tle for civil rights but the fight
to bring htm to realization of
his civic resonsibilities and civic
shortcomings has not, yet been
undertaken." ;
The editor of the- Greenville,
Miss., Delta Democrat Times
called upon the NAACP, the white
and colored champions of the Ne Negro
gro Negro and "the pugnacious and
vocal Negro press, and the test

of the articulate and vocal Negro
vanguard to match their program

for equality with programs of etf-

mvestigatioa ana sen-improve

ment." .!

.Carter said Negro 1 population

shifts from the South to industrial
centers ef the North and Midwest

were causing monumental prob problems.
lems. problems. He cued indexes to show
that the average rate of Negro
crimes n the North is five to tea
higher than that of whites and

also- than that of souther Ne

groes.

.New York and Mississippi both

Have a little less than a million
NErtes, ho said, but in 1950
"New York's pnsos held 7,535

N?roes and lists i&sirpi's 2,C2

Boyfriend Tries to Destroy Career:

Eva Bartolc Explains Pre-Dawn Melee

HOLLYWOOD (UP) Hungarian

actress Eva Bartok said today her
pre-dawn melee with a- distraught

suitor, involving her ex-nusband,
was an attempt by Mwyfriend

f ancis B. Murray "to destroy my
career." ,' "Ji

The voluptuous foreign star said
She and producer Alexander Paal,

second rot her -four former bus

bands, visited Murray's Hollywood

Hills home to dissuade him from
annoying her. - i
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"He was out of his' head with
fear because I refused to see htm
anymore," -Miss Bartok said.
"Earlier in, the evening he asked
me to come to hig place to talk
things over. I brought Alex, along
for protection. t h -i
' ti A ' "t i'-
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two hours. At one point he left the
room and came back barefooted
and in his bathrobe.- Later we
learned that he had punctured the
tires of our car with an ice pick
during that time,", -,
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Knocked Her Down l
According to V the 1 dark-eyed
screen star, Murray threatened
her bodily harm. i -"
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I refused to see him he would kill
us both," she said,

""When I got up to" leave he

barred he door, and r when I

picked up the phone to call police
he knocked me to the floor.'' ,'

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The actress said Paal1 emerged
from the kitchen in time to : ee
Murray knock her down. Paal
then pushed the 28-year-old elec electronics
tronics electronics engineer to' the floor, -,
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. Murray said he ran to a neigh
bor's house and called officers. At
the police stition, where all three
were taken, Murray signed a re report
port report claimmg the .actress and her
ex-husband had. tried to extort his
property from him, refusing to
allow him to leave his home.
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- He also 'charged, that the couple
tried to-force him to marry Miss
Bartok, 26, in order to extend her
visa to this country.
''Ridiculous," countered, the ac actress;
tress; actress; "He, has nothing I want. I
make 45,000 a -week when I work.
He only earns $150.' My work per permit;
mit; permit; to stay in America is. good
until May 18, and then it will, be
renewed for a n o t h e r fhree
months." )
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"It is simply a 'case of, the boy
being in love with Eva,.- but she
did not care for him,"' said -Paal.
"I knocked him down because ;I
could not stand by and watch-Eva
being attacked'1,, ', 't V'O
ut married her in 1948 to get
hpr out nf Hunffarr and awa v

fjom. the Communists. Our' was

a marriage ot. convenience-- e
were, only married a year. I am
no longer her-hushand, but I am
still her friend." 1

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Lecture Series'
On Monday the USO-JWB Arm-

td Forces Service Center will pre

sent its monthly featured illustrat

ed lecture beginning "at 8 p.m.
J' I i vt 1 I ',
Eugene K. Derr. president of

the Diablo Camera Club, will be
the director of the sit-in-comfort

tour. The director also will pre present
sent present for viewing outstanding slides
taken by him during an extensive

tour of the Caribbean area.

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An invitation "is extended to the
general public of the Canal Zone

and the Republic of Panama to

maxe uiwirip. .

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TO ENTERTAINMENT FOR SECOND INTER-AMERICAN MEDICAI. GONTENTIOK

1 Tisitinr doctors and their wivei whd r 'delerateg to thi Second Ihtr-AmerfcB Med-

ical Convention were entertained at a cocktail party bT Governor WUUant E. Potter and Mrs.

PMttr'it that Governor's honse last nlent. 2 -- -..

Followinc this they went to tiie.wocne npica jn ranama given By ne uociors, www J,
Club of Panama at the Union7 Club. About 500 people, who have been taking part in tho ;

orunnnur.' hi ".

S-day medical conference were present for this jrala affair.

The Union Club was gaily decor decor-1
1 decor-1 ti(l far tne occasion, with man-

nekin dressed in a flowing pollers
wetting the theme for the party.
Many beautiful polleras and mon mon-ttmas
ttmas mon-ttmas were worn by guests and a
parade of polleras, an exhibition
rf Viative dances and a cock fight

were, sotpe of. the divertissemenU
cf the evening;
Panama's ;Queen of Carnival Ro Rosalia'
salia' Rosalia' I danced for the group Her

elaborate pollera and magnincem

haii ornaments were greatly aa aa-mired
mired aa-mired by-lthe; visitors.
Two : orchestras played during
the evening, Lucho setting the
pace with a wild tempo that was
matched by the mood of the danc dancers.''
ers.'' dancers.''

ntftr nt the Panama Doctors

'Wives' Club who organized the
partywere. Jilesdanies Evila 4e
Mendez iPereira,EnlmaMe Tapia,
Helen de Benedetti, Mary de Me-

lendez, -Eima ae uarrizo, wmn
de ilNavarro and Cecilia Lamela.
They were sponsored by the Med Medical
ical Medical Association of Panama.
This morning delegates to the

Hiortiral Convention visited the

locKs of the .Panama. Cajal, This
etetnoon they will be guests of
the Jockey Club of Panama' whea
a Medical Congress Handicap will

be run at the President Remonl

UioDodrome.

Mrs. Charles, O.' Bruce, wife of

the ,Health Director: of .the Pana
ma Canal Zone was in charge of

the entertainment for the entire

convention., ;

US Ambassador v
Lsaves On Vacation V &

The American Ambassador and

Mrs. Julian F. Harrington :eft Pa

tama this morning, for a-short;

vacation. In addition to the Unit

ed States, they will visit several
cotmtries, in Central America, Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, and Canada- i: f'

ATTENTION TEENAGERS
XEARN Flips and Lifts In
Stock N Roll, Bop, Dlr and
4 Jitterbar combination.
i BALBOA tm

tlARNETT & DUNN

Pilots' Wives V
Fah Mrs, Falk1

The Pacific Side Pilots Wives

held a luncheon today in the Drift Driftwood
wood Driftwood Lounge of. the Albrook Offi

cers' Club. Mrs. Helen Wentworth,
Mrs. Lillian tSmith and Mrs. 'Sue

Peterson made up the arrange,
ment committee, ; V

Guest of honor was Mrs. Peggy

leaving next month to make

kin of Summiall, Miss., announce
tje, birth of a daughter G a y 1 e

Anne, juarcn za at uatuesDurs.

MISS.

Mrs. Entrekin is the f o r m e r

Miss Virginia Selby daughter of

Mr. James Selby of Balboa and
the late Mrs, Mary Selby. ;

Mrs. Silvia Duncan

Addresses 74 Norses '

K! convention Dinner

Seventy-four nuraei from th.

hospitals Of Panama, the Piihlir

Health Service of Panama and the
hospitals of the, Canal Zone,atteml-

ea inegectionai Dinner'; in t h e
Balboa Room of the Hotel JE1 pa
nama On' Thursday, evening. vThis'
dinner, arraneed bv th isthmian

Nurses'' Association under the lead.

ersmp of an. Mary. Hum Hummel,
mel, Hummel, was one nf the functions hM

during the three cav Second An.

nual Inter-American Medical Con.

vention in session at the Hotel 1

Panama and the National Univer.i

any. .Wednesday

Falk. of 'Diablo Heights who is this week M

Mrs

borne on St Petexsnurgh ... M.thVVa
was presented a-pair, of Panama- ie in Panama h. 5v-
nian iourinPi. aahuwMt in ,hls.? "L "h"11"- was. the speaker.;

man ugurines lasnioned in iihe

characteristic pollera and montuno

motif,

Other special guests were .Mrs.

Glenn M, Cramer and Mrs, Ar

thur Tuttle, Jr.. wives of pilots ie

cently appointed to the Panama

Canal force Approximately 45

ladies amended the affair.

iRev. And Mrs. Entrekin

Announce Birth

Of Daughter
Rev. and Mrs. Roderick

Entre-

Mrs. Duncan.; a graduate of Santo
Tomas School of Nursina. ,.contl-

nueti ner siuaies .ar.r western Re

ios GrcL'p

kiim Um lectin

The Ladles Auxillarr to the

Lt. Garvyn H. Moumblow Mem

oriat Post No. 387A. Veterana nf

rorelm o Wars recently heldI

their annual election of officers.

President Gladys i Bonzoumet

presided at the meeting:. The fol following
lowing following officers were' elected for
the f orthcomlrm year : presi

dent,, Ida McDade; S. Vice-Prcs.,
Ruth ,'Belcher; Jr. Vlce-Pres.,
Betti-Jeanne Mlcek; .Treasurer,
Helen Fogle; chaplain, Elva
Woodruff; Conductress, v Betty
Payne:. Guard, Flor Ellzey: 3Yr.

Trustee, -Barbara Belcher ec

retary, Kaimeen uunman; pa patriotic
triotic patriotic Instructor, Gladys Bon-'

zoumet; : Historian, Elva Wood Woodruff;.
ruff;. Woodruff;. Banner Bearer, Narcissn.

Brownlee; Refreshment Choir Choir-man.
man. Choir-man. RhodaRobinson; Publici

ty .chairman, Betti-Jeanne Ml

cek. r '

There will, he a Joint Install

tlon of officer of the Auxiliary,

and the Post tomorrow at 7 u.m.

in the VJT.W. Post Home Qri 14th

St. in Old CristobaL
InstaJUnir officer for the1 La
dies Auxiliary- will he Bcttl

Jeanne Micek. Dast nresldent.

and Deoartment Commander t.

J. O'Neil wlJl install the Post, of-

Followlne the installation

buffet dinner will be served and
there will ..."be music for dancing

rurnisnea dv gus Trym's.orcnes.
tra.' Mrs. Helen Foele is In
charge of the. arrangements for

tne mnner. ,
All VJP.w. members,' piests

ana tne generai.pumic are lnvit
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with Mr. Parks' family., They also

plan to visit Mrs. Parks' relatives

ia New York before returning to

me isuunui.

DrUS And 'Bxotie

Materials Will Be-

Used Monday at YMCA

Arrangements of dried and exo-

serve university and at Colombia He materials wiule the subiect

where she received her Master't the sixth session of the current

Degree in Administration of Nurs

ing bervices
Mr. And Mrs. Parks
Leave For Kentucky)

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parks

and their, four children left by

plane this morning for Kentucky

where they will spend two months

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wnicn meets at the Balboa YMCA

USO at 9 a.m. on Mondav. Mr

a ab jhuikiu. aaviHifin dv mh

Louise Morris, will offer construe.

tivs criticism of the individual ar

rangements, helping studenti to

peneci me art of arrangement."
Included in this week's class will

d uieas ror easier, such as table

ana party arrangements
Mr. Robert Cex
Will TalkN
On Unltarisniam

Tomorrow morning at 10:30 Mr.

Robert G. Cox presents the fifth
and next to last talk on the histo

ry of early Christianity and-1 h e

emergence of Unltananum

Many individuals. Mr. cox be

lieves, tend to think of religion to today
day today as a series of pious myths
Siviag nqr real h releationship 4o
e woVld'1 it- Is. wiU -consi

der this concept; and will discuss

the moral, political and social re

SDonsibilities of religious liberals

in general, and will touch on the

religious and political, though

Thomas Jefferson as it relates to

Twentieth Century living.

Interested persons from Panama

aad the Canal Zone are invited to
the service and the subsequent

coffee and discussion hour. Loca

tion is the Unitarian meeting
house at 362 Ancon Boulevard, An-

eon

El Panama's Bullet
Last Of Season

(PA'-C) This Sunday night

will be the last of El Panama's

popular dry season buffets un until
til until next year. Sunday night's
buffet will be held m the patio.

'BeEhuilns next Sunday, tne

Sunday morning Brunch will be

resumed. In -the air-conditioned

Balboa Dinmg Room, rranxie
Axcarraga will play, the organ
during' this weekly, event.-.

SPEAKERS' TABLE 'Shown aMhe speakers' table at the nurses sectional dinner of the Second Inter,Amerlcan Medical
Convention Thursday night are left to right: Mrs. Marie jlsNeff, Director of Nurses Corozar K
plrector. NurslnBServlce, oorgas Hospital; Mrs. Silvia Duncan. Chief Nurse, Public Health Nursing seTvS of Panamr
gyest speaker of the nurses assembly. Mrs.-Marv Hummel: President of th tXX? w ,rc.. 5.,fciSfJ IItTh

,oi Panama Nurses Association and Mrs. Kathleen McNamee, Vice-President; J xUn.rr

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Nurses of Panama and the Canal' Zone attend sectional dinner, held Thursday night at El Pan. t

i wujuuuuua wiia uie oecuna anier-Amerjcan

NURSES GET TOGETHER

ama Hotel. The Isthmian Nurses' Association sponsored a nurses'

Medical Convention being "which concluded yesterday.

Hbnduran Student J

Wins Gulick Club

Talent Contest

The' flrs monthiy talent con

test winners at the Fort Gulick

Service Club were Sgt. Evans

Raveneau of, Honduras, a stu

dent of the UvS. Army Caribbean
School at iFort Gulick, and Pf c

John Miller of the Tort Gulick
Dispensary.: f

Raveneau won first place bv

hla skill .with. the -evU tar. and

Miller t-captured. econdJ place

with his country music singing.

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Entries for th April contest

will be accepted until Monday,

April 22, when the next talent.

contest will, be Held at the. Fort
Gulick Service Club. The contest.

will start at 8 p.m. Judging wilF2 p.m.

" EicK noHce for Inclatian In thU
. column ih0uld .i sabmittid to
typi-writtaa fotm smi oiaiiae ee
tho bor numbor iiitod daily l" '3o '3o-i
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Yomorrew '.-s

The. regular vauarterlv; meeting

of Chapter No. 24 NM.B;C JI. wiU

do a juncneon meeung m the
Fern Room bt tne Tivoli Guest

House, tomorrow at 12:30 n.m. fol

lowed by; the business meeting, at

be based on skill, material

ected and showmanship.

New Zealand

Troops Will

Leave Korea

AUCKLAND, New Zealarfd, Apr.
(UP) r-Tbe New Zealand troop

contingent will be withdrawn from
the United Nations force In Korea.

it was announced today.

Defense Minister Tom MacDon-

kid said the New Zealanders, now

mostly engaged in transportation

duties, would return florae within

tne 'next few months. But he em

phasized with withdrawal implied

no ..lessening ox new Zealand sup support
port support for U.N. aims' in Kores.;

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'The new N.A.R.C.E. Group Hos

pital-Surgical Plan will, be discuss-

and answers received recently

irom iNauonai Headquarters. Mr.

Robert Van, Wagner. President of

me uroup Health insurance Board
of the Canal Zone will be th
guest speaker and touch on firoup

insurance in general and esoecial-

ly as it applies to senior citizens

m the Retired'. Group.

Y Old Timers visiting on the Isth-

must are. cordially invited to meet

with the : Chapter and members

who know' of such roersons .ahould

inform them of the meeting..;

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throngh ihwmm'm'Aank their relatives
and friends for all their kind expressions
of sympathy in their recent lereavement
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be made immediately by phone to

capi. j, m. uavis. 6-365 of Fred

Sill, 2-3165 by Saturday morning.

Legislative matters of interest tb

retirea employes will also be dis discussed.
cussed. discussed. ...c:.). .. . ...

Enginoors Moot

Monday Nigh I

At Clayrotr
The April meeting of the Canal
I Zone Post, Society of American
Military Engineers will be held
I Monday evening, at the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Officers' Club. A social hour

on. the adjacent tennis court area
; will be held at 6 p.m., followed by

a paroecue supper at 7 n.m- also

in the tennis court area. After

tfie barbecue, the group will as assemble
semble assemble inside the building and Col Colonel
onel Colonel P. s. Peca, Commanding Of Officer
ficer Officer 65tn AAA Group, will talk
on "Guided Missiles,' Uncla ssi ssi-fied."
fied." ssi-fied." V v
' Sport shirts may be worn. Res Reservations
ervations Reservations may-be-made with Lt.
Ted Saunders, Navy 3393, ox Mr.
John 'Hollea, Balboa 29917
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Vqrkers Tested ; f'
For Radioactivity
KEW YORK, April ''UP) '
Patrolman Charles Peterson and

twe Sanitation Department work-.
era were tested for possible.radio possible.radio-aetivity
aetivity possible.radio-aetivity today because tbey
touched a car that was towed

jawsy for Illegal parking.

' The owner, nuclear physicist
Cosmo Rntigliano, said a contain container,
er, container, of radioactive gold was in
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US Envoy, Britain's Lloyd Pledge

Renewed Allegiance At Club Dinner

LONDON, April 6 (UP) U.S.
Ambassador John Hav Whitnev

and British Foreign Secretary Sel-

wyn uoya pledged -renewed al-

leignace between their countries

last jusht but said 4ho Bermuda

conference did not settle .all Brit

ish-American differences

Both men sooke at a formal din.

ner given by .the Anglo-American
Pilgrims Club t0J welcome Wbit Wbit-'ney
'ney Wbit-'ney VBrUainV .V -,

''The Quality aVallianeo Is

assured by the ability to survive

international differences," Whit,
ney said. t'U we' parted company

at Suez, the Bermuda, conference
marked, the point; of Tour.'.return.",
"I cannot pretend that aD prob

lems were maeicallv 'solved." he

aaaeo-; r-nut a number of deci

sions were taken and further. de

cisions wilt, follow."-w s

.Whitney said he left Bermuda
fooling' that Sritain and Amori.

Cross Honoring
Birth Of IrisK ; :

Traitor Blasted

BALLYCASTLE Norther ,Tre-

land, April.6 (UP) Unidentified

dynamiters today demolished a

cross' commemorating the hirth
here of Sir Roger Casement, Irish

nationalist execuiea lor treason in

world : war. i ,;; :.
The Vblowing Up of the Casement
cross apparently was intended as
retaliation for recent border raid
byv guerrillas from the Irish
Republic.! ,, ,,,t..:
; Casement spent the early years
of. World War I in Germany,
trying 4o organize an Irish force
to fight against the allies. He was
arrested and hanged in 191$ after
he returned U Ireland in aj
U-boat.- !...-.'--. t .;..',-. :

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ca ''wcro tooethor wa ahould
bo a tffanlc toree in the nam
f mankind."
. In reply, Lloyd said "we look,
forward to: a period of close col-r4
laboration with the United States
in the moulding and execution oi
our policiedf'; .; f i
t However, ; he idded- "I t h I n k
there stiU ia a wealth of misun misun-derstanding
derstanding misun-derstanding on' your" side of the
Atlantic on the subject of British
colonialism In the' 20th ritury. "s.
: As for Anglo-American policy la
the .Middle East, he declared:
"more than can be readily unden-v
stood, depends upon our .wUlinif-

ness and, capacity .to act vt0geth.
er and to ne seen to-ha artln tn

gether ,' :-rr-:J'. T. ;'. ;

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keep something on hand to of--fer
the dron-in caller. whefh

she offers a rcun of tea sad a

plate of homemade cookie n

somethlnjr else-isn't very, lm--

portant. But it is imuortant thai

she be able to offer something.
- Best way U be sure of always
being- mannerly in this respect
is to have ."comoanv shelf

well stocked for the unexpected

guest arrivinr either at tea time

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an's Woman's influence, in "Death of a Scoundrel, new RKO drama
f a ruthless robber baron, the women in the life of finan financial
cial financial renins Georre Sandrrs expose the man's moat tntimate
emotion. See TEATH OF A SCOCXDRLL" OJI THURSDAY
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IKE CONGRATULATES NEW NAVY SECRETARY President
Eisenhower, (right) congratulates Thomas S. Gates, Jr., as he
hands him his commission after Gates took his- oath as Secre,
tary of the Navy in a ceremony at the White House. Gates
- 'Succeeds Charles Thomas, who resiRned.

Adenauer May

Heavy.

A-Bdmbs For West Germany

, fiONN, Germany, April 6 (UP)
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer de demanded,
manded, demanded, tactical atomic weapons
for West Germany today and im

plied that sne wo migui
.. t.iuimhg nthpr than be

left behind in the world' nuclear
arms race. v V.

, ; Aaenauer ibuu
Vision on the A-bomb Issue barely
12 hours after a blustering warn warning
ing warning from Radio Moscow that West
i Germans ahould remember their

homeland woum De u"?
ter" in any future war.
This w the latest W -ries
of sharp tements from
, Russia against ono after anoth-
er of the western alliae t Nor Nor-'
' Nor-' way, Denmark end, lto Meat
, mght, Holland and thoWostGor thoWostGor-many.
many. thoWostGor-many. Adona-W Ignored it. J..
u. AiA nnt answer When SSK

ed whether the Bonn Republic

-will demand neavy uu;
as well as tactical weapons.
. Udenauer told' a news confer conference
ence conference "Great Britain has now join-

Inferior Secretary
Recovering From
Back Operation

, WASHINGTON, Aorll njhr
.Secretary f Interior ;pe4

fieaton was reporieu
condition Vday atter underKO-
ln a back operation at waiter
Reed Army Hospital.
Seaton underwent the two two-hour
hour two-hour Deration yesterday suter suter-noon
noon suter-noon for relief of recurring
back Injury, j -1 f ,, 4 4

Lorne- Kennedy." Beaton's as assistant,
sistant, assistant, said doctors reported the
; aurjter was entirely success success-fuLM,He
fuLM,He success-fuLM,He said Seaton'l condition
was good.'' '
- The hosoltaf lodar 'reported
fieaton's onditlon continued to
be vooi.- ,- '.' v f
The operation 'was performed
bvCol.-Georw Haves, chief of
rteuro-surwrv at : Walter Reed.
H was assisted by Dr. Hutw V.

Riizoll. a civilian neurosurgeon
consultantand Dr. C'A. Kostl
of Hastings. Nebraska. Beaton's
perona1 physician.. ..
The 47rear-old secretary has
M'fered for years from a back
lnjurv he received some 25 years
arc He has been under treat treatment
ment treatment and observation at Walter
Red ainre March 7.
Kennedy said the orjeratlnr
trartreons found a "hrotrudln
wrtiiajte'' In Beaton's back

which hd been irrltatJne; a
branrh of th sciatic nerve, Pe

said this caruiajre was removed.

ed the U.S. and Soviet Russia in

deciding to become an atomic pow
er '. I v i u t i o

"This is a development that -can

not be halted until there is gener general
al general agreement on controlled limita limitation
tion limitation of arms, no nation can afford
to stand by and simply watch it."

Asked whether West: Germany

will demand atomic weapons, Ade

nauer replied :
"One must distinguish between

tactical .atomic weapons and the

big atomic weapons, ine tactical
weaoons fundamentally are noth

ing but a further development of

ordinary artillery. The worm now
has reached such an advanced
state of technical development of

weapons that unfortunately It is
imoossible for us to agree that

our own troops should not have

the newest types and snare 'in me

newest developments.",

Ccrr.is$:r Cl:b

C-!l April 20r 21
' Commissary ball and Easter
parade at Mechanic Club.
The seventh annual ball of the
Pacific Commissary Social and
Sportinsr Club will take place -on
April-20 at the Mechanics Club
on National Avenue from 9 p.m.
to 5 a.m. "t
Entrance to : the Mechanics
Club will be exclusively for danc dancers
ers dancers that night," the club said.
- Music for the occasion will be
furnished toy the Rumba Casino
orchestra along with, the George
Miller combo.
Attire for the dance will be
semi-formal.; On Sunday, 'Aoril
21, from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. the club
will wind up its celebration with
an Easter parade.
Participants In the, parade
may register with any member
of the club or at the Mechanics

Clubf 1 i

CZ Organizing ;
naineer Society
viana tVi form a Canal Zone

Society of Professional Engineers

are now belnir made dv a group
of registered ; professional engi engineers
neers engineers in the CBnal Zone who
have scchedu'ed an or"nlzation
meet'n" for ArHI. 17 The tr
ins. wh'rh will be?ln at "7:30
n m.v win be held n the Board
vonm of tie Ad"ilntratlon

Bii'Mlncc t Hfllboa Hpnts.
v.aii TirnfpsslnnM enelneers anrf

n(rfneers-in-tralnins. registered

In the Canl 7ne or m tne
Mrf. nf nnlumblft or any, state.

"rritorv or possession of the
Tjnitwt fH.tes. are el'We for
TPm'r''hip an'ere. Invited to

atf"id W meet'nir. ,.
Tb lncl soclev 1s fa lie P

mpmVir poc!V Tf the Nat'n!

Soolt of Pwrwmonl wnei wnei-ner.v
ner.v wnei-ner.v It will nnt be a. technical

snelffv. b"t be ovoten e
c'lislvelv to the social, prof es
slonal. economic and ethical M
nHi of enelneerlnir. k k

All r'istered enarlneers in the
Canal Zone )mown t the tem tem-norarv
norarv tem-norarv committee win be con-

fpf wftbiri te rt, w days

ana Riven lurtner ae tans.

Test Measvres Endurance

Of US Troops At Rio Selva.

v One of the many classes being
conducted at the Jungla. War
fare Training Center for mem members
bers members of the 2nd Battalion Com Combat
bat Combat Team. 325th Airborne In Infantry,
fantry, Infantry, participating in exercise

Rio fielva that tested the troop

ers mental alertness and physi

cal endurance was the reaction

test i ',
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This class was a practical work
period designed to test the Indi Individual
vidual Individual trooper's ability to react
Instantaneously to a aeries of
situations likely to be encoun encountered,
tered, encountered, in Jungle operations.
.'. The course traverslnt trails,
streams, and beaches as well as
virgin Jungle was spotted along
the way : with the Individual
problems t
The vroblem ; reouirements.
consisted of enaaaina an car-
qressor soldier in hand to',
'hand combat, negotiating vhii't
sicm obstacles such as cliftsj,
making a terrain recovnais recovnais-sance
sance recovnais-sance and lirlna at or bavo-
nting targets of ovvori unftv.-
Havlmtr completed this, s the
lunele know-how of the para para-trooper
trooper para-trooper was out to a rigid-test
in the form of an escape and e
vaon probJm. ..
The orientation Emphasized
the necessity of attemptine -to
escaw as soon after centure as
possible and then evading- the

aggressor by the application ob vious group.

all basic scouting and. patrolling

principles., ,,:".'-
Stealth, camouflage, the hours
of darkness, and the' normal

noises of battle can -be used to

great advantage In effecting the

escape, f Ai-ri n.

u It. was reemnhasized that In

escape and evasion, the lungle is

to be considered an any ramer

thanfoe.-v u, ;?

Hevlng been given the genen
al situation and a sketch of the
area, the men were .allowed to
escape in pairs from an Impro

vised prison compound. In or order
der order tovavoid,Tecapture by the
lert and numerous aggressors in
the ylcinlty1. the troopers with

out the aid of compasses or wea-.

pons were rorcea ,xo nerowa-ie
over two miles of : d ense lungle
terrain to relata their, unit. s;;

j it wm' ':'hvlrtsl from ,rthe

frlendlv rlvalrtr( that exist ed :be-1
tween the groups that avgMed
capture and the groups that
were captured;, that there. was
uiwh enthusiasm for this class.

The paratroopers are receiving
high, scores In every phase of
the lungle training program and
the Instructors remark with reg regularity
ularity regularity : that these airborne In Infantrymen
fantrymen Infantrymen have .tackled ,thl
tralnintr with as much snlrlt and

aggressiveness as any other pre-

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Official fMwtines and weea-dey adt-
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' Ml. SamiMl WaldaB. UlnaTMt
Himduv Service a M Wrt Bitt pm
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Thursday
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Holy Day Mass at; aw p.n
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OUE LADY or GOOD COUhSEl.
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Holy Day Wawaa.' fiM a-rnv And t;00
p.m
Contlona Saturday at 7:0a p.sv and
after all avaninf devotlont.
SnpxiBnui dj appointment
iiranulmu iladal Novanaf. tlflB AJH
on ivnaty.
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Heart Novanai 10 ,n on
I Sunday School: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.
I Rellglout tnntructlon Claw, (or (.nil
urvi .w p.ni wit niprmuif.
I Rtllfloui Instruction tot adulta tCon
ducted In Spanixbli 1M) pm ott Man
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1 KM) on Evcnlnjl Prayer
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Tha Bav. WilUam W: Baldwin,
. Mai ttft flim
I SUNDAYS ,. .7
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I ; Family Prayer and
Church bchool
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vuutMi wuiwi a inaxn
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Morning Prayer A Sermon 11.90 am
(Ao weiy Aommuiuon in
Sunday each
11rniir.mAVa .
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1 l u .m. Mnmlna Pravar.
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Holy Beptisin'
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Woman's Au'I.l'4:.W
THURSDAYS er FEAST CAYS
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3rd MONDAYS
tadbJt
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f.-OO ant. Children's Eucharist," ", :
10:00 am. Junior Confirmation Claat,
I'O pjn. vompiina ana nauiuiHuu-i
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Tha Bav. Clarence W Hfjea.
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TM Ray. Clarenr. A. CracwalL i
. a:uu aon. noiy xwranuniw.
; 7:30 a.m., Sung Sucharlat and.Svnnon
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Morning Prayar and Church
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mondXys .
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TUESDATS
4K pMk, J UBUf.'ftelUhtan a fha
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T:30 p.m. Youth Fellowahlp.
WEDNESDAYS
a:uu a.m. noiy ,onuiuiimw...
f .00 pm. tvenlng Prayat and Hallllou
THURSbAYS ... ;. ' i,
B'vO p.m. uinr rnmaiT ou-ci-jvy...,,,,,
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Morning; worouo .....
Youth Service ....MM.r
Evening Service ?? H
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Prayer MeatWaV Wat ,..s, 7 JO P
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3rd Street East
' Panama
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Sundays at 4:00 pm.- Wirt Mi
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..yo to tha LD8 Chap-
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Sacrament Meetlngt d.00 Pt-
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Relief Society y Tuaaday... :80 am
mia: waanesaay ....
Telephppe Balboa 4227 a
j Buildixif -100. SxhoolhouM JUwdi XUtU
Sunday School. Sund? 1 39 Am
PriMtheo4 mrciliig W4. t 4:80 y.m.
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nmB 01Pi.V,jf am aaaa.wwwvw
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- TdUton K. Uldlf, ,fste
Phone H 83-71M W ,OI. 331101
Bwday School t,-0 am
(A elaaa Im ovary, age) .,, ,a t va
Moming Warship II 0 l
Youth KUowiif,.....4..: ?
Eevaning Worship 10 pm-
Prayer and. Praft (Wad. I T0 pm
A ghurek, nursey m provided fay ovo ovo-sa.
sa. ovo-sa. U '( 'Xv
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Slain Banker's Love Nest Uncovered,
But Blonde Girlfriend Flew The Coop

CHICAGO, Abrll 6 (UP)-Police
today located a "love nest" ap-
nintl Iront : hv slain : hanker
Leon -Marcus, but they couldn't
tind tne "Dieacnea oiouue suuw suuw-girr
girr suuw-girr who 'occupied It. .
Officers hoped to find an elusive,
40-isb. blonde known as "Ruthie"
when they visited the apartment
on Chicago's south side.
They found a large steamer
trunkrln the hallway bearing, a
shipping tag irom rnoemx,
-J .4j..iul fn ''Mrs. Marcus.'
auu auuivoiivu ww ... ---' .
on tithio -tuhrt wn reDortea
to haveVleft Phoenix for Chicago
' .'..i . d A .: t. J. ilAniH
Monday, appearea to nv"
Homicide Chlel ML james bp.
ir.k. .M ha hnnM KUiniB.
vnrinnxlv known J MiSS KUW
w.iJ... aaJ Mrs TJllth MtrcUS.
eouM tell ome secrets bdoui ub
secret life of her bankeT friend, f
u.anftia 't' wit killed. In natent-
ed Chicago gangiana lasmou ouu-
v aii BB mm. w! rtn al Mjam hi nt.
dST nlgDb XWO man fciuiiaucft.
' La aif MMrA2
,PrtmBnt. ,They dumped h
body, complete win uto.
vj.ha haad.. from a
speeding car .moments later. ; t
Marcus pockest were stuffed
NEW ID7E The Eev. iohn
Cacopardo 467) stands before
thex ltsr of his pastorate, the
Crtetlan community church,
in Hacfcensacfc. N J. Convicted
for a 1837 Brooklyn, : N.Y.;
slaying, Cacopardo was releas released
ed released from prison on parole for.
life in MWNSw-TprMi Ooy
ernor Harrlman said th-j pa pa-i
i pa-i nnM ha farmlnnted be-
i ivw nrwftft.ft. --
cause of the Reverend Caco
pardo 1 successim reuUUiv-
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Win b off In the City ef Ctflon and Sunday, April 1,
I57 from a.m. t I bjb. tn the foUewlng sectors:.
. ATenldA del rrente (East Side) Irom 77.1
Silt Street U Xlth Street. . 7
Arenlda Bolivar (West Side) from ti Street
V 11th Street.
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Runday, Aprfl 7, 1157 from 'a.m. t5 :1S aim. ra the
City ef Colon the UXCTIUC EJEKTICK wtU be fif en:
tad 8treet to liltt Street (West Side)
Amador Guerrere Annua.
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stalled earj and bus were abandoned. In .DenverColo., fter
the spring hit the Great Plains area. 7 ' ;

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SLAIN Leon Marcus (above,
61 was kidnaped and shot to
death In Chicago. Marcus was
former director of the South
moor Bank, where imprisoned
former State Auditor Orville
Hodge cashed many of. bis
fraudulent checks, police pay
thav fnnnl o nKanlr fnr ftlftli
and some $2,700 In cash and
travellers checks on me mur
., der victim.'
with rhAcki and financial' records
revealing business tieups with
Sam (Mooney) uiancana, reputea
a' a' : .1.. -iu:..K . . n.
iku, o man- U uic tiiicaw pun-
world. And an Eyatisville, Ind.,
oil promoter! J. O. Harinotu-
-Tha. mtirrlar elan. rMmn.A a
statehbiise scandal which shook
Illinois last summer, when state
Auditor Orville E. Hodge AOMitted
ne -emoezziea 4 i-a miuitm aoiutrs
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la hanlr nnntrnllmf hv MnrlMlS. H
never gave a xuu expianauon m
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iwnerv au ma muney went, auu
fata and rltv invpstiffatorg said a
aearch through Marcus' tangled
financial records might revest the
answer W the mystery. b t
xne aeaa man s orviner ana
Aiicina.a a.coolata Himln Mar-
cua, gave polieo answers to a few
01 tneu questions lata itraay.
. He said his brother had been
hacbling a l-million dollar : "cor
nni.atiA lnV.lnf Hlrmiffl ITd
the oil promoter had "written out
B 300,UUV eneCK TO iw panaer to
help in tne negotiations, ne aaia.
n. otiaMr nnoachwl and worth
ies because Harmon .was ginea
in s car crash last November, was
found on Msrtus' body.
Tha ttHtthai. alan oaVaj his atV
provai to a police search through
Marcus onice 'ana vauu at iuc
Cnihrniu. Itanlr and Trust Co.
ftuft.ii..wv. ..
McMahon said investigators would
aatrt coins; tnrouen me : oeau
man's records today.

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''l4''ihlfii:ta;-'in: the
ranama Araft Armed Forces
BasebaU league .the 1957 PAAFi
champs. Fort Clayton's Caval
iers, downed the Albrook Flyers
8-1 and the cellar dwelling Ar Army
my Army Atlantic Bushmasters down downed
ed downed th FortKobbe Regulars 10-
; .'..-!-,!.f-;yf.
Cats Down Albrook
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; Two homeruns by first base baseman
man baseman Pat Delaney was all that
the Clayton cavaliers needed as
five Clayton pitchers combined
their pitching; talents to trounce
the Albrook Flyers 9-1 at Beam
Stadium Wednesday evening.
Delaney's homers, his fifth
and sixth of the season, were
bofa hit on line over the right
field fence. The blows came iin
the eighth and ninth Innings,
and were good for four run
hatted In. i v
llighlfghting the ninth inning
was the PAAF Ditching debu; of
Albrook's manager Ned Brant.
Clapton took no pity on the Fly Flyers
ers Flyers manager, however, touching
l him for four runs.
f& the bottom of the-ninth the
Clayton team played with man man-agef
agef man-agef Jim Dunbar" on the mound,
aiuDt might be added that he
looked prettyjair out there get
'- tirig the first man to fly to cen center.,
ter., center., the next man going down
a.n,'strikes and then Dunbar pur purposely
posely purposely walked the next man to
Today Encanto J35 20
;. tijt;,yictor Mature In v
'fry.- "-SAFARI":"'.
tJ David Brian In
Tnry At Gunaifht Fass"
Toffly-OfAL.l20...10
Charlton Hetton In
,'.'',-NAKED JUNGLE"
V- i , . :''' i' i
; Sterling Bayden to
TtAmsd FEATHERS"
TODAY
and TOMORROW
WEEKEND
CHALLENGE
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'get at rantr Brant 1 a 'ground
ball to shortstop and the ball
game was over as the shortstop
made an Unassisted force play
at. second, y-fi'iVv
Bushmasters dg Kobbe j 7
ArmyY Atlantic, fu-st:. Dasernan
John Keros, and pitcher Jim
B o u g o P o lous played hero
Wednesday afternoon : t Fort
Davis as the' Bushmasters edged
the Fort Kobbe Regulars 10-9 in
the last game of the season for
tt two teams.' f ?

TT X!LM J?. ZMh ,-r.:mond and game time. The first
5?"om iSSSKS: round of the tournament will be

Leading 9-7 going into the
,Vn iVt nh staiiSrrth
when leftfielder Bob stauwcrtn

drew a walk. He advanced tO"'5 Sl- .nnrtT

third on Rolo Perez's single, and
then stole home with what
proved to be the winning run.
In the top of the ninth, Carl
Corrao, Kobbe centerfielder, led
nie Gittens singled and pitcher
Frank Jonas strucK out. First
baseman Ernie Lennon then
slammed a solid double scoring
both runners. Then Bougopolous
replaced Neil Wheeler on the
mound and struck out Nick Co Co-langelo,
langelo, Co-langelo, Kobbe's shortstop, and
got second baseman Hal Duf Duf-fleld
fleld Duf-fleld to fly out to end the game.
Neil Wheeler got the win his
record is now 3-6. Doug Norton
was charged with the loss and
his record is also 3-6.
All-Star Series
Saturday evening the Fort
Clayton cavaliers wilfctake on
the 1957 PAAF All-Stars in the
first game of a best of three se series,
ries, series, oame time Is 7:30 p.m. The
second game of the series will be
played at 3 p.m. Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon and if a third game is nec necessary
essary necessary it will be played at 7:30
p.m., Monday evening.
Final PAAF League Standings'
Teamti,;. i.WonLortjG
Fort. Clayton 23 9
Fort Amadop ..... 19 13 4
Albrook AFB ..... 18 16 .'7
Fort Kobb. 14 18 9
Army Atlantis .... 8 24 15

DRIVE-IN

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This was the land

thejr ruled ft with fist and gun with only trooble
to hold Aem togedier...and

FOR A

MIDNIOHT SB O W I
MARGARET LQCKWOOD la
"MADNESS OF THE HEART

CECILIA
Bpeneer Tracy and Robert
Wagner in
THE MOTJXTAnt
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, i The 1 1957 Oamboa ; Softball
Tournament will take place in

Gamboa on-Saturday. April'- 13,
-with eight of the best aoftball
teams in the Canal Zone tnvit-
tournament.' which
held annually, will be completed
in one day with one loss elimin elimination
ation elimination fo rthe championship. The
winning team must win. these
straight ball eames. with a con
solation series '. lor second ana
third places with: these teams
also playing three games during
the day. v
The tournament, wnicn jnas
alwavs been an attraction for
participants' and spe ctators
both, affords a fine day lot the
family. Refreshment of all types
will be available on tne prerrus
es.- "id
All eleht teams Darticipated In
a blind draw for onDonents. dia-
Played on two fields (Field No. 1
-t Atn,nr,j j iM
with the final four games play
ed ortthe main diamond (Field
No. 1J. Umpires will be furnish
ed from tne canai zone urn-
n Asfinrlnt.inn. i 1;
Drawings for pairing ?ln the
tournament were held oh April
3, with the following resulting
schedule: i :
8:30 a.m. Field No. 1, Hdq. and
Hdq. Co., 20th Infantry vs. Lou
Olud Agency. ; i V
8:30 a.m. Field No. 2, Powells
Oaraee vs Tasco Batteries.
10:00 a.m. Field No. 1, Albrook
vs. 15th N.D. Marines.
10:00 a.m. Field No. 2. Gas-
house vs. Pan Llquido. ....
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Ibarra Misses
Plane; May
Arrive Tuesday
Bantamweight contender To Tote
te Tote Ibarra, wba .was scheduled
to arrive at Tocumen Airpert
from New York early yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon, missed plane
eonnections at Miami and nay
not reach here until Tuesday,
t promoter Sidney Arias said te-''day.-
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Ibarra will fight ehamoloa
' Melvin Bourne ;for the 111 111-r
r 111-r pound crown (n a 15-roundcr
at. the Orytaple
Stadium.
7.00
9:00
60c,
30c.
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of Three Brothtn and
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The Albrook fleers

in the Balboa Relays last

little doubt in anyone's mind atxut who the best team
in the meet was. The Flyers scored 41 points while
the closest rivals, were, the Army Pacific with 16'

i Before a sellout crdwd which
arrived early and stayed 'right
to the end. two new records were
set as BHS Army pacific. Coco
Solo Marines, and the Atwetic
Club.waeed a hot battle for sec
ond position. Albrook showed. Its
strenfftn eariv ana virtually
made mockerv out of the team
comnetltlon for first place, but.
the other teams were at each
other's throats all evening. A.C.
finally wound uo fourth with 15
noints. while the visiting M
rns ended the evening with
ISM. j ....,-.
It was the Marines, however.
hat evred in th two reco".
ts Noel, former Roanoke Col
lege dlfrn star. PhoweC the
cowd of 2000 neop1" pi""v rf
c!ps nv-wlnnlnr -tie mne-, in
4:.5 for new l?ei'"-reo
This fne Mm'r?J tfke a l4
vefrrM C0,n'8' -9!ne wrAx't
ord off t boo; It ws t-
flne, mdiev re1"1" tm tt Tjor.K
wmvi, tler. Vonderbph M
VoM tt von. i-n a rt-hll
'mm th AtrilotV. fftih Wittt I
H;47.S-(:tT tor vwRelirt )-e.
r and Canal Zone senior, rec
Albrook vot four finis wtilch
included' a one-two aouoit in
both the hurdle races, in ad-
riifinn tn tiittinfi n thrtt.mn.1l
tie in the vole vault. The f ly
ere picked up most cf their
unexpected points in the re
lay events. where thev took,
three firsts, missing' out com'
vletelv in the medley rem.'
Lea Noel of the Marines "was
nrobablv the ton individual per
former with his -record breaking
win in the mile and .his great
battle with Leroy Rogers or tne
A.C. in. the anchor leg or the
medlev relay. Noel tot oil to
nice lead on Rogers, who made
up almost 13 yards biit during
the entire last lap Noei neia mm
off and managed to edge him by
innhei at the tD.
Dannv Mescal! and Al Ouldet
of Albrook uved ud to tne aa
vance bllllns- by winning the
high and low hurdles with room
to snare. Meseail gov a surprise
second in the lows,-while big
John Clark: of the. Fiver s took a
second to the highs, wnen ne
wasn't even supposed vto' hate
hen food enourh to- euanry.
MescaU's time of 13.1 In the
hlarhs was very stood, while Oui-
det's 20.6 showed the "old man
still had nlenty or good running
in him. ":- ii
Ramon Ouesada er j.c. tna
Ray Nickfcher or A.C. upse tne
Hone bucket in tne new events.
Quesada won the high Jumpat
5-10. while Nicnaner iook me
discus with a toss of 140 ft.; tVi
in..1- Th'bi iinriJrtse here was
that .vaune- Bin Gibson omnT
even aualifr. after beta favored
to wm. Gibson made- w for it
somewhat, however, by gettinr a
third In the broad iumn when
he hadnt been eounted on for
anythinr In this erent.7 '.
Bui naivosm Kenny run run-ion.
ion. run-ion. and Gem Chudy, thrtUei
the crowd all evening with
their pole vaultin. TuTUf-on
was the first to cleat the bar
at Ht it t tn.ihe final win winning
ning winning hetoht. mlytohoveSaU
vosa make it m hi nxt try,
then Chudv. another Tlyer, en
his last attempt saveeted ever
the bar. Thls wa It. for when
the bar was imshed ..ta it
feet none of them could tome
close. '' vr-.;-"Vi:t
The Albrook team of Anemone,
Scott. Mescall and Onidet won
the 440 relay- In. rather -easy
fashion fes the defending champs
from BHS were relegated to
thlrd-enot behind, the Army Pa
cific's unheralded ausrtet .' of
Gordon. Gatlln. Chaplin and
In the 880 relay Charlie
French of BBS and) John Clarke
of Albrook waked rreat battle
over the last S20. with French
maklnr w about ten yards and
vet not eraite able to eatelrthe
fiTinr Clarke at the tape. This
gave Albrook their second relay
win. and combined .wun meir
runaway win In the mile relay,
gave them three of the four re relay
lay relay titles. '""
TjwrmM Reeves -of the Army
Pacific was the other defending
rhamn aionr with Mescall and
Guldet to successfully defend his
1950 .title. Reeves won tne snoi
In a rreat duel with Charlie
Morris of J-C. Reeves had 81 ft.
w in. wwie Momr was, wi
( in.'.
Charlie French of bhs won
the century in 10J with Carl
Tuttle of AC tettint second.
Tuttl finished with a tremen tremendous
dous tremendous burst-of need and came
VI C TO R I A
tee.
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xxecurus
( ft
ran of f with the team title
night in amanner that left
.within te narrowest of mar
Pin vi Biranw living
French right at the tapelGui
det i missed his chance for
' double win by yetting left in
.his holes at the start., i v
' Ancon won Its fourth conse
cutive elementary relay title by
edging the Balboa team in a
tight race., Winning time for the
Ancon team of Jensen, Bettsak.
Lemmack and Canas was 66.8
Cristobal won the 7th grade 440
relay. Balboa the 8th grade race,
and Tuflon of BJHS was the 7th
grade- 100. and Rathgeber also
of BJHS won the 8th grade 100.
?;The. resuits:.-,u:..i
. HH:' 1. Mescall Alb.) 2. Clark
(Alb.) 3.: Jankovlch (Army Pac.)
Time : 15.1. .. -k;
, 100 YDS.: I. French (BHS), 2.
Tuttle (AC). S. Babb (AOs, Time:
10.3. ; k-itf --.y
, MILK: 1. Noel W$MU -i Tur Turner
ner Turner (Alh.). 3. 'Willis mw (CHS).
Ttm' 1-4J5 ftinff Relavaand
CZn. lunlor record).
HIGH JUMP: 1. Oiwsada (JC).
2, Gtraldez (AC,3. CrriHn At-
my Pac.) nd fpott (CSM) tiea
Wrto-ht- S ft. 10 Ini .-J :;.:
SHOT PUT: : 1. Fvei -;'(rn
PseJi -2, Morris f JCK Clark
(Alb. Distance: 51 rt, vs m.
'LH: 1. Guldet (Alb.) t. Mcall
(Alb;), 3. Jankovlch (Army Pacj.
Trait? :'20.6 ;r:'V?x ,v.-'fMtV
DISCUSS 1. Nicktsher acj a.
Gavrilys- (Alb.), 3. Reeves (Army
Pac). Distance: 140 ft. svs in..
V440 relay: Albrook tAne-
mone.-Scott.Mseall, Guldet). 2.
Armr Pac. 3 BHS. Time: 45.6.
i BROAD JUMP:' j 1. JanKOVf a
(ArmyJPc.).4 2. WllUams 20th
Inf.). 3. Gibson (OTSK Distance;
21 ft, 8W in. ".'.v
MEDLEY HELATr I. TOCO so
lo Marines (Lockwoftd, woej.
Butler. Vanderbujch), 2. A.C 3.
BHS. Tme: 3:47.3 (new, Relays
and C.Z senior record).
POLE VAULT: .1, Fuueton
mwsv r HiilTosaMBHfl) and
Chudy (Alb, tiedHeight; 10 ft
880 RELAY: 1. .Albrook (.oH.
Ouidet. Clark. Meicall).... BHS,
MILS. .RELAY f Li Albrook
rTrufank Anemone. Sackett,
Clark). 2. GSM. 3. .Balboa White.
FINAL BCORES: I. Aioroos.
(41V.- 2. Armv Pacific (16Vi) 3
Balboa High (16). 4 Athieue
Club (15) 8. Coco solo Marines
(ISM). 6. Junior College (). 7.
20th Infantry (3). 8. Cristobal
Hieh (2). f. Balboa wnite U).
Did not score: Rodman Marines.
15th Naval District. Ft. snerman
and 62nd MRU. :
ELEM. 440 Relay, -l. Ancon
(Jensen: Bettsak. Lemmsck. Oa-
nas).,3. Balboa: 3.: South Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. Time; 56.8.
7TH GRADE 440 RELAY: 1.
Cristobal (Clark, Xuts, Nsksn-
son. Bowers), 2' BajDoa, sut.
Marv's. Time: 54.3 '
- 8TH. GRADW 440 "RELAr. 1.
Balbo : I (Ratheeber. Manos,
French.-' Scsndrett), X Cristobal,
3. wibo IJ. Tm: bo J. .'.
. 7TH ORADF 10: 1 Tufiwi
(B). 3 Luta Wh 3. dark (C).
8TH GRADrrlOO:'!.' Rathreber
(B). 2. Bsruelline (C) 3. Scan-
dfett ((B). -Ttoie;aL3 t r V
Dosl
llrll
To Meet Mcnlreal
risjoiilghl
si
y UNITID
The surprising Boston Bruins,
who refused to quit despite sea-
ton-long troubles which, included
the retirement of goalie Terry
Sawchuk,. square off against the
bigb-ecoring Montreal. Canadieos
tonight in the opening game f
the SUnley. Cup final series ; In
Montreal. t 'k :
Out bustling the bifffer' and
more polished Detroit Red Wings,
the Brums capped one of the big
gest upsets in sports this rear by
defeating -the "Wings. 4-3, Taurs-
asy .ugbt ta gsm the nnsl .round
slong side the Csqidiem
Montreal battled throuih two
minutes and 11 seconds of over
time before Maurice Richard's re-
S . t a ..
Douna got. euminaiea ine ever-
matched New York R sneers. 4-3.
te gain the final round. Thus both
Boston and Montreal made it to
the .final is fire games,
The canadiens and Bruins have
met In the final twice before and
oa both occasions 1194 and 1953
the Ca nidi ens gained the Lord
Stanley Cup in five games. Like
the semi-final series,- the final set
i a besMtf-eevra affair,
'Kontreal's advance to the final
hardly surprised anyone, but it
Was an entirely different story for
the scrappy Bruins, ricked to na na-ith
ith na-ith lest in regular-eeasoa play,
the Bruins moved in front early
in the campaign and led the
league through the first half. Aft After
er After Sawchuk enit because 'of a
blood disease, ia mid-season, the
club faltered until Don Simmons
moved op from- Springfield to take
over the nets. '
Coach Milt Schmidt kept ma
neuvering and the club finished
third at. the end of the
rerular
isampaign and ia-ihe process beat

8u
APOLOGIZES Boston Red
Sox slugger Ted Williams, who
made a public apology for re remarks
marks remarks attributed to him in a
New -Orleans newspaper interview,-
wipes- the perspiration
from his, face -during a work workout
out workout at Barasota, Fla4 The
newspaper quoted i blasts by ''
Williams' against, the ;' Marine
.Corps and former .' president
Harry ;Truman ; among oth-
ef & But Williams said -In i; a j
statement at Sarasota that he
."was misquoted 1 fc"?A-.
-:i..;7-,..f -fr .-. . .,' i
GZ Teeners
USllnvitelTo
FastUch League to Select flayers
PiUdenrjack Randail of the
Fastlich Teenage League called
special ., meeting rnursaay
nlzht to iron out the many de
tails attendant in connection
with the selection of .... players
from the Pacific. Side. Randall
placed the selection of these
boys in the hands of the six
manaeers of the Fastlich lodp,
all other league. Officials being
excluded from tns piayer selec
tion in any way. .jvrr-y-u
tn tnaklncr the selection of
players from the F a s tl lch
Leaene. tha manaeers have to
pick at least one player ; fronn
each team, and each boy select selected
ed selected rnsut be sanctioned by
manager Involved, f- ''v- -. -:.v?..
, -: v
From the ninety boys now
playing Teenage ball on the pa pacific
cific pacific side, twelve will be picked
to play a series of games with
twelve boys that nave been
picked from the Atlantic side
Teenage League. From these two
teiuna.of twenty-four boys,-fif-teen
will be picked to represent
the Canal Zone in the forthcom
ing T.F.W.- -tournament to-. be
August eleventh through August
suteentn.- --
Tt was-decided at the meeting
Thursday nightfthat if a niay niay-off
off niay-off neeessarv to determine a
winnef in the current aswicn
schedule! these games will be
played at the home 'of the Fast
HcKTeenaee Leaeue on Gall-
lard Hlehwav. Games will begin
at -four nan .Instead of four
tlflrty, for any necessary play
Randall.' expressed; his thanks
to all league personnel wno con contributed
tributed contributed ao much to make -the
shrth Fastlich ; Teenage; season
the success K naa been, to man managers,
agers, managers, 'umpires, coaches, officials
and those behind .the scenes,
President Randal extended gra
titude, not forgetting the play players
ers players who had fun doing it,: . ;
Attorney Offers
To, Buy Washington
Redskins Team : r
CHARLbTTE. N.C (UP)-- The
Charlotte Observer reported today
in .a copyrighted story that a
Washington attorney has offered
to buy the Washington Redskins
professional football club with a
view to moving K either cere or
to Mis mi. : yr v;. v. :
The story, by sports-writer Dick
Pierce. said attornev Ralph W.
Gardner made the. offer to Red Redskins':
skins': Redskins': 'majority stockholder
George "Preston Marshall..
,f-v?r...-'v .' :;-
League Banquet At
7 OXIock Tonight
--.-- .- r I
. The AtlaaUe Twilight Base Baseball
ball Baseball Lege wiU place the Ud en
a sveeeacfnl 1357 seaM.fwKb
the aaaual banenet which this
year wiU be held at the C-7-Feliee
Gn Ranre (Bancbe
Ram4). Tne buffet dinner
will begi at 1 o'clock tonlfht.
Detroit and Montral seren times
ieh. The Red Winis wound up 1
first, and. il ontrttl wis -seconi,

... ., Wr-

VFW Tourney

tditor: CONRAOO SARCEANT

Trooperis : Player-Manager
Gets 4th: All-Star Berth

'Mike Rivera of th vnrtirnk,
dor Troopers is making a habit
wi bcuir seieciea to tne Panama
Area' Armei Forces baseball all
starsrne player-manager of
uio iroupers was selected -for
me iirst team ail-stars this son.
son making it the fourth time
inlye years that he' has gained
this honor. M:-:!y .-
'i Repeating for th
straight ; season -Swere issmte
Lennon and Armv Atlantic's
fleetfooted outfielder, Joe Tuck
er, iennon closed out the sea season
son season batting, .448 and Tucker, who
has, been hovering' around the
.320 mark all season, is third in
the league in stolen bases with
Clayton's : Pat Delanev' nnrf
Kobbe's Hal Duf field were unan-.
imous choices for the first team.
Both men gained four first team
votes, the maximum number
any player may receive. f
Manning Weaver of Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton and Lee striiube of Amador
round out-the outfield. Along
with Tucker these two have
been powderine the ball and are
noted for their defensive s wiz wizardry
ardry wizardry in the outfield gardens,
V The Albrook Flyers dominated
the mound staff.' mo rrn.
fiemVthe flreballing righthand
er, ana we vastly improved Bob
Hansen were picked along; with
the league's leading pitchers,
Bill Cary, and Amador's Jack
Kaps.-;;:;.,--;,;-',;'',,
Ned Brant of the Flyers was
TWILIGHT SERIES STANDINGS
Won Lost
Lucky Strike ..........
Monday's Resnlt
" Powells 5, Lucky Strike 6
'.Tenlsht's -Game :-!-'W,
Fort Clapton diamond 7:00 p.m.
: 'Noel Gibson and his Vtlantlc
Twilight, League champions will
be out te try for the clincher of
the best of three games toniaht
when they meet Abble Flynn's
Pacific Twilight champion Lucky
aime. came time at Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton diamond is 7:00 P.m.
Powells : will be seeking a re
peat or sweeping tne isthmian
Series as they did two years ago
oris
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UP)
Veteran drivers Jimmy Davwalt
and Gene Hartley were assured of
cars in the Memorial Day Indian Indianapolis
apolis Indianapolis 500-mile Auto Race today
when they were named to ride for
H. H. Johnson of Chula .Vista,
Calif., and Joe Madsaglia Jr. of
Santa Moaica, Calif respectively,
'VILLANOVA, Pa. (UP) -Begin
ning in 1958 Viuanova and Army
will meet in football for -three
straight, years.; Dates f 0 r the
games,' which are to be played atK
West Point, N. Y wUl be ar
ranged, at a later, date. -.
Showing at Your Service)
DIABLO HTS. I'M
Marilyn -Monroe .;,
Don Murray
-BUS STOP"
CinemaScope Color l
Sun. "Come Next Spring
MARGARITA 4:13 .t"
Robert Taylor .'
Stewart Granger
THB LAST HUNT V
ClnemaScope-Colorl
:' 'M ,.:
Sunday "Bns Stop" 1
3'A I T f A
A L O J f
5 w J 13
1
V

Powells Seek Series Clincher
AgainljtltuckylSiifilcelTm

BROOOHCK CRMTCRO RICHARD CCME OXYJI VmTLL

- Sunday and Monday
PARAISO :15 9:4
F-rtb f. FWInf Saorers"
CAMP Bir.RD :13 7:31

selected as Manaeer of the vear

and Frank Lucovich, also of the '.
Flyers, was .chosen as the iirst

team au-swr catcher,
-'. v FIRST TEAM 'i'
., i- It -w-.j- p-y if :,-f.V,y, v.'.i.'.-t''t :
: Bill Cary.' p, Clayton '
.Jack Kaps. n, Amador
'J0
Dick. Greenfield, pr Albrook 1
s Bob Hansen, p, Albrook :
Frank Lucovich; c, Clayton
Pat Delaney, lb,1 Clayton !'
Hal Duffielj, 2b, Kobbe.f -4
fi Ernie Lennon, 3b, Kobbe .'
!i Mike"'- Rivera,, ss, Amador
: Lee straube, If, Amador '
Joe Tucker, cf, Army Atlantic
Manning Weaver, rf, Clayton
; Netf Brant, .jagr,: Albropfc-i
t v SECOND TEAM -:- '-:
i Lou Onders, c, Clayton ;
John Keros, lb, Army Atlantic i
Don Nakama, 2b, Clayton
, Mario LaMaestra, 3b, Albrook
tsian cnristian, ss, Clayton"
nut uuuieyy a, KODDe :
f Frank Loy, cf, Amador
,i:li:.i

Art uaniel, rf,. Albrook m?-
::v;:':7THIRD: TEAM i.
Irv Hayneir, c,i Apador .,' i
Cal Edgehili, lb, Kobbe:-'! M'
Frank Ganderilla, 2bV Albrook i
j John .Burnette,- 3b, Clayton ',''X
Roger-zimmerman, ss, Albrook il
,Ed Gordon, If, Clayton

sOh I.anB-er. ft Alhrnolr
iieon Ayars, rr, Clayton.

when they defeated Lucky fitrlka i
in two ..straight games. ..W.p
Gibson field the Luckles hiU
less and runless last Monday
night as the 'out-of-shaife"
Luckies" played loose ball afield.
Thej Pacific v Twlloop i champs fW
have been inactive for ever ;
month since their league s play '?
terminated but should give the
Gold Coaster battle tonight.-1 -Charley
Hina or .Bert,-Joyc- M.
will do the hurlinff for TjicW

Strike with Dick Johnson behind

wie piate. Noel Gibson will- toe

tne rubber ; for PoweUs with T
Swearingen- donning the mask "?
and pads.;
The probable starting lineups

t-f-fe-VFw',
,.(." .' j f"' ... -I,1-
; Swearingen, -W:
" Hall, lb ;
. Tetieaux, ss V"--'Hdeper,
efv, '''.'rf,-:-;
:y g5son. ?
Ridge, 3b
C-Highley, 2b' V; -i,
n. Rinehart. If .:,
.Dunning, rf
Reserves: Dunning;
i,
Lucky Strike ti.
: Lomana, 2b v
. Baslle, It-:
Flynn, 3b v
;Carlin, rf v
; Halsall, lb v ."
.D. Johnson, e
Tuttle, cf
1 Halman, ss
f- Joyces r.l v
"' Hinz. n orv v
Reserves: Cordovez. D. Smltht
J. Johnson, Frankhouser..:
Center Theatres Today
GAMBOA 8:13 - i
'URANIUM BOOM" :
Sun. "Land .of the Pharaohs''
GATUN 9:00 V' '..,.- ... r
"ANASTASIA"
Son. "Best Thinks In Life
Are' Free" .---'
CRISTOBAL 9:00.
Air -Conditioned
Ginger Rogers
Michael Rennie -"TEENAGE
REBEL"
Cinemascope Color!
Also Showing 6un.-Mon.r
Air-Conditioned
2:30 4:20 6:10 '- .-05
E l! L j 11 20E
rr-trr
TEA AND STMPATHT V
SANTA CKVZ t1$
"LUST fOR LIFE"
l:4
THE BLACK SHtrP-

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JTXtt PANAMA AMERICAN 'AN 'INDEPENDENT' DAItf -NEWSPAPER
fAOl NIN3
S ATURPAY.- APRIL g," 1957 :
26 Rifle, 21 Pistol Marksmen Named
To Panama Area Squad By USARCarib
1

4 :

6

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V-
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' ..r .niMPE wcrp Is the Mutual of Omaha team which scored 278 runs in 20
FARM fEAG JggJR iT iSS e Kneetog, Vto r. Mike Basham. Ricky Williams Bruce
-Karnes in the Paiifta Farrn uHared 6c0tty Williams. Mike Herring. Tommy Burrow.,
, Lovelady. Jimmy GJ1'' "y Schmidt, Larry Berber. Richard Perkins, Stewart Brown,
ffSher
' SiL'SKwnen picture was taken. u-- t ;- V j

Hank Adrbh Making It

Theyll Be No Spring

-,J y FRED DOWN 1 I
NEW YORK,' April 6 (UP-
i Hank Aaron's .417 average is
SSSfaftt dear today that &ere
jriU b.:npv repetition or the
i serine- slump that almost' cost
Wm toe National League batting
championship in 1856. 1
Tne Miiwaua.ee r.",
- r! far had to win tne
' championship the ''hard : way"
' list season f after struggling, at
the .200-mark -fo-the, first
month of the feasor been
'? bearing down in spring tra""
because he wants -ft fast start
? this year, to help him join Stan
Musial as the only National
leaguers of the-last 30 years to
win tw straight, titles, yi
5 Aaron walloped a homer and
' a single yesterday to pace the
, grave to 6-1 victory over
' th Brooklyn Dodgers a. and
Taise htarnns batted In total to
hit nl 2 hoitieM aU last
-'-year, has connected for 10 tnie
i : snrinr ''"""- wwe" ''. 1
Lew-Burdette, a-: lfligame wh
' Margarita Bowling Leagua
. Thirteenth Week
' With only one week! Mt in
... i.a.nr7 th Naval Station
? ?. X... one "Eame to
uiV; n into a tola
lnsln three points to Casa Yoh Yoh-ros
ros Yoh-ros theyTtm maintained, a four
Joint llad. Booth leoVtheNavy
with a 596 series as Kauf led
! the Yohros men wwn v sw -i..
t. a new Class B record,
vSu a sn managed a
'spit with the eeller" r
Butler, to co-hold second place
with Casa Yohros. Guest led the
w.ii Tfv, Z i followed closely
bycook. whose Wirt
class c ior "ie wctiv. f u.
had his best night this year as
' he led Butler with a 577 series.
1 Agenda Kam had an ; easy
night as they tookrpowells lor
four points to drop-Powells into
sixth place.,.It eeems Powells
couldn't get five men .on the
floor and you can't, win many
, cames with only ihrea ; men.
. Right, Rawhide? ; '
After losin the first game tiw
. -m Knv tn take the next
two and total pins from Wright
Bros. Stilson led ine accs
&9S series to share Class A hon honors
ors honors with Booth of Navy. Banker's
: 623 was the best Wright could
produce, f.. -. y.
. T.. SXANDINCS 4
: ;--V ri-'iwam"-8
Naval Station ...... 32
Casa Yohros 28
Police Assn. ...f.... 2K
Agenda Kara 27 W
Aces ......... ....... -25
Powells ....'Vv...... 25
Wright Bros. ....... 34-
Buticr; ............. 18V4
Lost
20
24
24

24LoDatin

Z7
27.-
28
TOP TEN

Hogan ", .... 178-77;
Colbert w 178-23 Stewart
Rudy 177-45'cook
spinney J77-3l!Quest
Hoppe .. J77-20'lRaps
Piotworski 177- 7, Martin

SUlson 173-64!
Stewart -171-79
Guest S:. i.. 171-63
St John ........ 171-43
, u
NATAL STATION
Jodice
Blair
Ksrnsey
Booth
Hcppe
151
155
137
iea
174
188
207-
149
191
150
132
220
214
181

nr n 195B. allowed only (one

run, and six hits as he pitched
the first six innings. Then high highly
ly highly touted rookieAJuan iPjzaito
took over- and yielded one nit m
three scoreless frames.. Bur dette
hoirvH hia own cause with a
fVirpa.nin homer in the second
inning as the Braves took a 32
iiver the National League
champions in their sprinR serlea
ar, Vhufn-r vipldpd All Mil-
WliU&cc a 11UH ui ...
tW uhtinripinhia Phillies rais
ed their record to &2- against
American League rivals when
they scored six unearned runs
in the. seventh inninR to down
the New York Yankees, 6-4. Bob
Turiev ahut out the Phillies with
three hits for six innings beforel
two errors got him into trouoie.
Curt Simmons yielded three;of
the Yankees' runs in seven
nings. -v;: r--'"'-
i The Cleveland Indians made it
avm victories s'-in' their last
les"-ini their .lastt
eight games? when hey flubbed
York oiantsi The Indians hack-J
niir. a. 12-u aecisiuu vver u n
ed out 13 hits, Including nine
ACASA YOHROSx
Oestrle
Kaufer
Brown
Colbert
Hogan
223
214
177
189
167
156 '157
209 173
163; 145
224 .180
172 242
.536
598
.485
593
V
581
970 924 899 2793
V'ACES'V:'lt''7V
Stilson
Hulka :
HalUday
. 217. 160 189' 596
.143' 125 152 420
, 121 156 149 V 426
Ipiotrowski
137,. 224 168 529
Spinney .
.;16Q 208 ,154 522
T78. 903 812 2493
WRIGHT BROS.
Kirkendall
Reccia. v
Hicks
St. John. ..
Sanker
'141: 143 156 440
157 164 141 462
MSB1 146 158 460
145 209 159 513
192 169 162 523
J791. 831 776 2398
Tw "i5 i5 r
"806 84:"79i 2443
POWELLS
Wright
Blind
..155
. 143
i.143
. 176
;153
168 168-tl43
tl43 168-tl43 143"
166
145
,24
201"
143;
143
157
524
429
429
Blind
Buta
DeVoll
499
170 468
770
" 24
814 2349
24 72
- 794 789 838 2421
A GEN CIA KAM
185
194
157
161
183
125
178
199
178
192
160 470
188 560
159 515
152 491
203 578
Johnson
Rinehart
Stenn
"J
880 872 U2 -2614
-POLICE ASSN.
t
. 153 181
196 183
190
204
202
524
. 172 213
587
, 170
-.158
165' 149
171 ; 224
484
553
...
849 .913 ,971 2733
BUTLER .--

I Brooks
Tortorlcl
, Strooo
494 Graham
4P4!Benson
508! -j ... -5Mi.
. -545,

167 177 138 4R2
127 149 159 435

11 .152 204 577
177 180 161 518 f
191 182 163 536
843 830 825 254",
44 44 44 13:
-
37 E:4 rj Z"l

Clear
Slump

for extra bases, and received 13
walks from New York pitchers.
The -teams are tied at six victo
ries each ah. their, cross-country
spring seriesi
The Kansas City Athletics
handed the; Boston : Red Sox
their fifth straight loss and
,12th in 18 games2 with major1
league rivals when they scored
lour eighth-inning runs for a
4-1 triumph. .'Two-run singles
. by Tim Thompson and John-;
ny Groth were the big blows
for the winners. i 1
Bob Rush, ticketed to be, the
Chicago." Cubs' opening day
Sitcher, went nine "innings for
tie first time last t night and
scored, a.. 6-4 victory over the
Baltimore Orioles.. Rush yielded
homers to Tito Francona, Dick
Williams and Carl Powis but led
all the way as the Cubs scored
twice in the' second and Jour
more times in the fourth Jim
Bolger led llie; ipubs' attacK with
three hlts.., f-,-:

r.Doa HOal nnnueahiiWc4?(ia 'not have WJ usuM jjontrot

walloped ft sixth-inning ; homer
uiu, iui icKiuar iud: wiicu lie
jegs a 1-0 aecision over tne
Washington Senators.'; Hoak's
homer ruined a fine Ditchinv
performance by Camilo Pascual,
wno swuck out 10 batters in
eight innings Johnny KIIdd-
stein Russ Meyer and Art Fowler-
allowed the senators eight
bits. ;-':-Vj ;.v.:.v: n"
The Fairways
HUGH THOMAS TAKES LEAD
IN 3rd FLIGHT OF EARLY
' TIMES RINGER AT SUMMIT
There was" a general shakeup
in the standings of .the Early
Times Ringer 'at- Summit Hills
over the week-end. The biggest
scramble took dace in the 3rd
flight where Hugh Thomas' dis displaced
placed displaced N. B. Stephenson- aa the
leader. Thomas cut his scon to
71. Stepenson has a : 72. Randy
Waites and Don Parr moved in into
to into a third place tie with 75s, Fred
Hayes and Malcolm Wheeler are
ueu ior am wiw 77s. r-
In the iirst flieht Pre! Trim Is
back in the lead. Not because he
cut nis score over-the weekend
but because the scorer had made
a mistake on the score of George
Riley, Riley, has a 67 against
Trims 68. jack Hammond; a new
entry, took over 3rd dace with
68 and Bill Carlton held fourth
place with a 68. Walter Grow
and Leo Eberens- Dicked un a
stroke on Ted Jordan In the
2nd flieht but Jordan la still- 3
strokes ahead witha : 7 under
par 63. Eberenz and Grow have
ess, tien Bennett moved into
fourth place ahead of Morris
Cherry. All have sub-par rounds.4
- in tne women's flight Mara
bell Luhd displaced Pes Maft
tanye in tne t on five. Lund is in
5th ruace with a 78. seven strokes
behind Ma Trim who leads Har
riet Serger.by on stroke. Tbt
Jones girls are tied with 75a for
3:d place.-: : - .. 7
j PHtST FLIGHT :
Player- Oat 1a T
Pres Trim r.....i... 33 3366
George Ruer 33 34 67
Jack Hammond ..... 33 35-8
Bill .Carlton ........ 34 3589
Perc.. Graham 36 38 74
' :. SECOND FLIGHT .';
Ted Jordan
32
31-3
(Walter Grow
,.....r
32,
.34 M

533;Iieo Ebereni

32'
31
34-46
(Ken Bennett .;...
3667
Morris Cherry
.....j f
34-63
-r
. THIRD FLIGHT
Huffh Thomas ...
.. t 35
... 37
... 3
..-37
... 31
3671
35 72
3973
38 75
39- 77
n. B. Stephenson ;
Randv Waites ..
TJon Parr
Malcolm Wheeler

.
WOMEN'S FLIGHT
"
Pfarl Trim 36
Harriet Serper 3
Louise Jorrs !S
1 vn Jon"? 37
.VarabfJ Ljr.r! 43

35-71
37 TS'

A total of 26 rifle and ar-pis- the rlHe squad are: Sp3 Clair WL
tol marksmen were named toBush, 518th Engineer Co.; Sgt.
the Panama Area rifle and pis-; Francis Wood, U.S. Army Garri-

quartern u.6. Army uanDDean.jLeatnerwooaaywi MKturaua

Selection of the sauad was
based on the Tesults of the Pan
ama- Area Rifle and Pi3tol
Matches and other criteria. The
Panama Area matches were held
during the period March 4-15.
From the squad, teams will, be
selected to represent the Pana Panama
ma Panama Area in the forthcoming U S.
Army Caribbean Command Ri
fle and Pistol Matches, May 6-
V. s i'
' Rifle squad members selected
from the 20th Jnf antry 'V Repi-i
menf at Fort .Kobbe are SFC
Cecil L. Stevens, Sp3 Frank vi
Greer, SFC William McFeeley,
SFfj Wilbur "J. Halley, and 'SFC
Silas A. Drake."1
Also from- theOth" Infantry
are 1st Lt. Donald Green, "who
has been appointed team 'cap 'captain,
tain, 'captain, and officeMn-charge. Pfc
Billy Mlchelson. M-Set. LamorA
R. Hicks, SFC John White and
Pvt. Alfred Aflleje.,- i
Otner rme squad members
from the 20th Infantrv are Pfc:
George f Pbrtell, Sgt. Frederick
Emerson, Sfe. T. L. Johnson, 8p3
Charles F Dolquist, Cpl Lewis
A. Shepherd and JSgfr. Walter 5SE.
Bjortvedt. -..s .,; ;.ijV;. ka-'H : t
Sp2 Richard A. Kemp and Pfc;
James S. : Richard,; hoth ? of
Headquarters, UJ5: Army. Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, Sd2 Bobby Jones of 62nd
MRU and sgt. Eddie Beasley of
U.S.- Army- Garrison; Fort !Ama
dor," were also named to the-ri4
flu 'Smiari.: ...: ; n.-i.,sc'--i.
The- rematnlnfr members n of
i
The Pacific Farm League season-
championship was wrapped
up Wednesday :, afternoon when
the Mutual of "Omaha -defeated
Cyrnos 17 to 4. Mutual won 9
games and "lost J in the second
half to duplicate their record of
the first half,
- "it, 1 -..
n the' game j -Richard Perkins
came within one lnninrf of hav
inff a cerfect rday, He had a
shutout until .-the last inning
when he gave up his first" walk.
It wasn't until this innihjr that
a Cyrnos player ot past second
base. Perkins went tne run six
innings for Mutual arid v?as net
i In. trouble. I -; Aiist-
- TtMnroV oitchln 'f Ar CSrfnds.
r Cyfnds;,
Manager 8ears replaced hirn
with canavagglo. In ,th0 sith
innlhgl Canavagglo was sodn re
lieved by Turner to retire the
side after 10 runs had crossed.
Outstanding defensive5 : per
formances were eiven by short
stop- Ricky winiams. senona
sacker Steward Brown; third
baseman Larry Berger, and first
haseman Bill Schmidt.' Bruce
Lovelady performed capably be-
" Enjoy Scotch at ha veryl by -.
always a&inf Tor "Black While",
Its fine flavour b achieved .
. by blendmg in the special X
Black ft White" wy.-
, Cooautent quality ensures
the ume aatufaaionand
fefreshawm time after time.
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a favourite choice

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-' intt iucmm co. J.TO.. siiso. iceuatiB j
DISTRIBUTORS V -,
AGEr:C!AS XL L D0EL, S. A.

son; Fort Gulick: r.Pfc. Joe F.

Sp3 John C. Dowdy, Sp2 Elsar
Henkelmann and Pfc. Joe Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, all of the 65th AAA Group.
, pistol squad members fiom
the 20th Infantry include Sgt'E.
W. Heugatter, Sgt. J. J. Hauser,
M-Sgt. G. D. Stockman, sic. R.
E. Moats,-and Pfc. p: A. Mcin Mcintosh.
tosh. Mcintosh. 1 -.
'Also from- the 20th Infantry
are M-Sgt. G. G. Stokes, Sp2 B.
W. Norris, Sp3 O. E: Mullins, Sp3
R. ( Jackson and Pf C; A. Car Car-donick.
donick. Car-donick. '
The- others from the 12th In Infantry
fantry Infantry are Sp2 R. K. Baugh. Sgt.
M.' Albino, and 1st Lt. R. E-
Erlckson, who has been, ap
pointed non-flrlng team .captain
and officer-in-charge.
Appointed td the pistol siuad
from U.8. Army Garrison,' Fort
Gulick are: Capt. R. R. Arms;
Lt., Col. A. G. May- Sp2 M. A.
Robbins and M-Sgt. J. L.' Borg-
strom.
'Others ? hamed to "the pistol
Squad include Capt. J. P. P. Bed Bed-narzand
narzand Bed-narzand -SpS P. C. Mitchell,
both of the ,,,.65th AAA Group;1
Capt. D. Barger. 516th MP Co.;
Sgt. R. X. Spence, U.S. Army Ca Caribbean'
ribbean' Caribbean' Sernol, Fort Gulick;
and Sgt: t. W. Berndt; U.S. Ar Army
my Army Signal Service, Fort Clayton.
1 The command matches will be
held at the same "ranges as the
Panama Area-matches-Empire
Range for. the1 rifle competition'
and Fort Clay tori pistol range
fcjr the pistol competition.
hind the plate.
Nelson was the outstanding
player Cyrnos and Rogers: per performed
formed performed well at second. ; -.u
.Thebox score: -i
Mutual of Omaha ,, , R
Lovelady, c 1
Schmidt. lb( ,,... 3
Brown, 2b-,;.,v.. w 2,
Williams, ss 1 .. ...
Perkins, p ,Vi..m..v,
Berger, 3b .,.,.r,... 2
Fontaine, If 1
Harned, cf ... .'.,.,.,..4 1
Basbam,. rf ............ 3
Herrings ct .,........ 1,.
1
v h. cyrnos y
Turner, ,lf,,n
Gerwataskl. e -. 0
Nelson, as j.. . .,v 0 j
Kiegley., lb ... ..s 1 ;i
Munroep, cf v. . 1
Canayagelo.Mif, p .. 0
Rogers. 2b
Nordstrom. 3b
,......... -1
, 0
"n orio 17
' 000 004 4 :
StaUlngs, rf .4
Mutual ,. r :
Cyrnos

rite choice

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WHEELCHAIR- ATHLETES' REPORT FOR WORK-CHie Pan Am

at Pan American-World Airways accounting ollice In New yorfc.Tne. amazing paraplegics,,
who work: and -play in wheelchairs, are rolling down to Rio for a series of exhibition has-, v
ketball-games. They won the basketball, table tennis and javelin throwing championships-'
at the 1956 Paralympics in London.

$ 1,000,000

Ad'miisi6n-RedS6x.N6eti Heif

EDITORS: This is the 15tU in
a series on the 1957 prospects of
the major leage clubs.:,
By LEO H. PETERSEN
SARASOTA,' Flsi (UP) --The
Boston Ked box million aouar oi oi-fer
fer oi-fer for pitcher Herb Score was in
terpreted as an admission by their
front office that they can't win
with what they've got.
Last year at this time the Yaw
key millionaires were tabbed as a
likely pennant winner, but Man Manager
ager Manager Mike Higgina' pitching went
sour and they wound up in fourth
place, 13 games behind the Yan
kees. 1 ;-'v. "''
-.i . -. fcf r '
That's, why; Higgina: says, that
pitching will determine how far
the club will go in-' 1957. He also
admits the hasvto ; "straighten, out
my infield.-' -1
The one- department of the Bed
Sox which is of eqUo Dennanuwin
nine caliber is the outfield with
Ted WiHiami in left Jim Tiersall
In tenter and Jack JehseA in
right: -Williams eager 'to win. the
battlnr title, tut.. 345 in 1956 with
82 RBIs while Jensen batted 'J15
with 97 RBIs. Piersall, without a
peer in- the field, bit .293 with 87
RBIs.' ; ..--j
Other-Petitions Uncertain
But beyond the outfield the Red
Sox lineup is uncertain. There are
three candidates for each infield
post. At first, it's even a battle
against rookies for, the veteran
Mickey- Vernon, who batted. -310
last year with 84- RBIs.
Billy Goodman, a gooa niuer
who can't make the, double play:
Ted Lepcio and -two veterans; of
the baseball' trail, Gene Maucb

mmiB0RO
,. w- it-a' '-... mmLmmm t
i "FIRST LADY OF SONG .: nitf-t J Vl.' "'
i : in person. ; ? jj fiCj jAxll 1 ''
'' "?' '.'-,i ;,',, ,i. "?-? I v-iy--,
; .. . ; AND HIS MAGIC TRIO "
V. M -' v v HERB ELLIS RAY BROWN
" A tm k I

One of the mast accomplished and
EntertsJnjnr Keyboard artists in
-. -. Shew kasinesa.

SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY APRIL

. jr .-, . PANAMA

CEKTRAU THEATER v
. Monday and Tuesday, April 8 and 9
t p ro. and f p.m. 1 -GET
TOUR TICKETS EARLY
Hotel El Panama, Central Theater, Ctpaa
Maters, MetTtsoa's, Trwpele, Madwtte,
fffi Balbaa.
P.F:rKTD 5FTS .- It.tf
Oi-MRAL ADMISSION J. I1J and tl.H

are the second
base candidates. ; i
Klaus also Is in the running 1or
shortstop-along with Billy Consolo
and Milt Boiling and also can
play third. So can Lepcio. Frank
Malozne. for whom the Red Sox
had such high hopes last, spring
and then wound up sending him
down to San Francisco, and rookie
Ken Aspromonte are the other
third base candidates, f ;
. .. f ... i )
Sam White and Pete Daley,
who divided the job last year,
and bonus rookie Haywood Sulli Sullivan,
van, Sullivan, will handle the catching
chores. 1 '.v
. Sister "Real Comer"
As for pitching, Higgins tabs
Dick Sisler, who won nine while
losing eight last season, as "a
real, comer."- Only Sisler,. Tom
Correct Starting
Times for PAAF
Baseball Series
Due to' an error In, the print-
in nt tirVPt fnr the paap
Baseball Series for Boys State.
the time shown for' the second
earie to -be played was incorrect-1
ly stated. This came will -start
promptly at 2:00 p.m. sunaay
afternoon at the. Balboa t Sta-
dium,, n ;
"; The starting time for the first
came on. Saturday nieht. and
rnnAov. niaht. if a nlavnff came
1 noppiuarv la 7:15 n.m.
TJttla LeaciiA olavers in. uni-i
form will be admitted free-.
Madartto.

and Billy 1 Klaus,

( - i 1 - i

t 't ', -' VOTED TOP DRUMMER FCR '55

(

1
1
- Jets punch" the time clock
'Fbrl:Sc6t.e
i,i:
Brewer (49-9) and Tvan peldck
(13-7) lived up to HiggmsVexpec; :
tations last year. ; f .Z
la.

f Right hander Frank Sullivan
won 14 games while losing seven
but he started the season in tWr
potential ''20 game' - class Bob- 1
Porterfield was a disappoint mult"
with ,his 3-12 record and so' 'Wat?'
the veteran- southpaw Mel PaN";
nell, with his 7-6 record. Betfer1
things also had been expected of
Willard Nixon (9-8) and George4"

susce (2-4.
i
Those eight butlers

are sure iT
der,. off' 1956
s,i;he Fed J

stick, so its little wond
pitching performances.
sox were wining 10 pay. a munon
dollars for Score, With him the

Red Sox feel they could win the
pennant. Without him aid Ui.il's
how 1 they are going to be they -J
may haves more of a battle tiflif
they can handle to finish in Ue'
first division.. ,., ', i

Sports Briefs
HALL AND ALE,
Fli..iUP)
Joceky Bill Cook
accounted
fer'
.four .winners at, (juusrream .ran
I Thursday,, including C o j n 4
,($9.20), in the .featured Golden
Beach Purse. Cook also scored 6a
ast. uasn i4.boj airiKing our
-wj i.bh..ouu. io.u.,s
-"77 1 v'4 'W1'
,NEW. YORK .(UP.). Welter;
weights Garnett (Sugar). Hart, of
.Philadelphia and .Wiuie (Fineap.
Die) Stevenson of Boston

have
d 12- j
i SU

signea 10 mm in wio acaiuieu
round televised ,bout at the SU
JNicholas Arena April ,14..
7, 8 and 9
COLON

COLON ARENA
t: Sunday, April 7
'. T p.m. and p.m.
GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY

Rarar tntles, Artna.

CotTn Motor.

RrsrRvrD ?fts ....
GLMRAL ADMISSION

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TBS PANAMA AMERICAN Alt INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSFAPE3
SATURDAY, APRIL 1957
,u jh,s SPACE ,s' F0R sAt:E 5
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740.
V THIS SPACERS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-07,40

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Houses
FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-nished,.
nished,. fur-nished,. three bedroom (one
air conditioned) '" residence,
with large livingroom, diving
romm,' bar, porch, terraces,
two maid rooms and double
garage.:, Phone 3-1308.
Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. : Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat
isfying vacations Santa Clara
Beach. Shrapno1' ; .furnished
house. Phone Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S; COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Cj-
sine. Phone Balboa 1866.
Commercial Sites
OFFICES FOR. RENT: For
Immediate occupancy 3 offices
. each of from 55 to eO m2. Will
rent all or. separately. Rent
' includes air conditioning-light,
water; janitor service and
: 2 nicht watchman, i Ideal loca-
tion on Panama Bay. Corner
of 32nd street and Balboa Ave
within a few blocks of New
National City Bank anl Banco
National. Buildings. Telephone
3-0238.
. FOR RENT.-i Clean, furnish.
Ved room. Private 1 bathroom,,
'and entrance. Cooking fadli fadli-"
" fadli-" tie. 43rd Street No. 13:

Rooms

Curundu Church
Seeks To Boost
School Attendance
The Curundu Protestant
Church during the month of A A-prU
prU A-prU will seek to boost their Sun Sun-.
. Sun-. day School attendance to an av average
erage average of 200. Emphasis during
: the campaign Is to reach whole
JamiUes for the Sunday .School.
On March 31th Sundatf.
School set a new record in,
t Sunday s School attendance
The, total present on that day
. wax IBS. This figure repre repre-'
' repre-' rerts t h e highest Sunday
School attendance in- the his his-,
, his-, forv of the church,
J, There are classes for every a are
rrouo in the Sunday School with
teachers trained in the Bible and
the best methods. Every member
' of the church Is encouraged to

attend Sunday School in April
with their family,
. The other services on Sunda
,re: Moraine; Worship t 11:00
' sum. Holy Communion will be ob

served during the worship. The
permon will be "Faces About the
Crns .Tudaa Isceriot." :.
, At :00 p.m. the Yoi'th
, lowshins followed by the Eve Eve-nui
nui Eve-nui Gospel Hou tit 7:00 p.m.
The message of the evening will
, be "Warn AHout the Cross Her-
, 1, AntlpaS,- v 'J,.,,- ... f4

the Casl
i
.1
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BOCK HUDSON ;
Reck Hudson as Col. Dean
i Hess, ia UX, 'Battle Hymn."
' j doit DcroEz t i
D DeTere bat tmpert-
at part ta CX "BatUe
Hrsaa." -.

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"Battle HysBfi fe the trae atwy f Um pilot and elee elee-ryma.
ryma. elee-ryma. Ce4eael Dean Hess, and ef his wenderfai work for
ibe rpbarte.
iWk Hadsofi. Dan Daryea, Martha Hyer, Don DeFere'
4 Anna Kathfi are the lemdias; stars ef this wonderful
I wUr to be released at tbe Central Theatre.

Apartments

ATTENTION. O. lil Just fciiilr
modem furnished apartments, 1,
2 bsdroomi, hot. cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished Mod Modern
ern Modern aprtment; i closets, 2 bad bad-room
room bad-room t, living room, dining
room, kitchen, porch, garage.
46th St. East No. 2-61. Phone 3 3-1423.
1423. 3-1423. V,
FOR RENT:- Apartment one
bedroom, living room, dining,
room, kitchen, and bath In Be Bella
lla Bella Vista, facing Urraca Park.
For information call 2-1 ?58. Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. i-
FOR RENT: Furnished decor
ators dream apartments fully
equipped. Kitchens, hot water,
daily maid service, telephones. ;
Edificio, Campo Aiegre, corner
of Via E spans 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: Airy, modern
3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apart"
ment, balcony, maid's room
with bath, hot water, garage.
Available April 15th, $150.00
Call 2-0321, business hours:
FOR RENT: Modern apart,
ment, furnished, very cool, one
bedroom. Perry Hill, second
Street No. 11. Telephone 3-2694
or 3-0533.
FOR RENT: Two one bed.
room furnished, apartment n
upstair on ground floor on
Ave. Peru. Phone 3 0746-3-309
Sublet fully furnished large,
luxury pent-house apartment,
overlooking Panama bay. Bst
section Bella Vista. From mid.
die May to August 1st. Tela-,
phone Staurday, Sunday evon evon-phone
phone evon-phone Saturday, Sunday even-
FOR RENT: Newly fur furnished
nished furnished and unfurnished apart apartments.'
ments.' apartments.' ALHAMBRA APART APARTMENTS,
MENTS, APARTMENTS, 10th Street No. 8061.
Phon 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, recently painted, 1
bedroom, porch, and yard, in.
dependent. Via Espaiia 2021.
Telephone 3-0749.
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Ceorgia Farm
Ruled) Front
For Reel Party
AMERICUS, Gs..(UP)-A Sum Sumter
ter Sumter County grand jury reported to
day that a month-long investiga investigation
tion investigation of the bi-racial Koinonia Farm
near here "strongly indicated" the
farm is a front for the Commu
nist Party.
The jury also said its investi&a-
tion indicated that the acts of vio
lence reported at the farm in re
cent months were the acts of
members m the farm's communi community.
ty. community. The Jury said that since last
July 1,-the controversial farm hag
received $27,000 in gifts from
throughout the country. The jurors
said reports of shootings and dy dynamiting
namiting dynamiting at the farm were, "un "untrue"
true" "untrue" and were just "propaganda"
to try to drum up financial sun-
port,:' :. ?
ol "Ballle Hymn"
MARTHA HTER
Martha Hyer plays the role
of Col. Hess's wife in "Bat "Battle
tle "Battle Hymn."
and
JTMQ KYOO rTO s
Daa Daryea and the Kereaa Kereaa-bey
bey Kereaa-bey Jane Kyo Pye, en of
the ti arphans in "BattJei
Hymn."

J

DAH DCRTEA

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INTERNAL. DE PUBUCACIONES-No. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO-Centr.
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FARMACIA LUX-nlS Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de I
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick su super
per super 4 doer sedan, A-l condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone, Balboa -.2-2652
make an. offer or ask my pri
ce, see at 1515B Akee St. Bali
boa after 4:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Late 1951 Stude
baker Commander 5 passen passenger
ger passenger Starljte coopt, V-S engine,
automatic transmission, origi original
nal original owner, low mileage. See at
5359 Diablo Heights. Phone 2-"
2195. 1 M
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick spe special'
cial' special' Rivera Call Cristobal 3 3-2877.
2877. 3-2877. FOR SALE: Plymouth .S.
wagon 2-aoor, 6 pas:onger. Ful Fully
ly Fully equipped. Leaving for
States, $1 000. 2010 1-St., Curun
du 83-323.
FOR SALE: Ford two doors
1050, radio, new tires, duty,
paid, excei. m condition. See
it at Cocoli, Clubhouse C-2
Price 395.00.
FOR SALE; Studebaler 1953
V-8 Commander, 5 pass, cou coupe.
pe. coupe. Phone, Balboa 1484.
FOR SALE: Leaving for old
country. Sacrifice: 1956', Chev Chevrolet,
rolet, Chevrolet, 4 door Sedan, .fully
equipped. Must sell by April
7th. Call Balboa 1389.
FOR SALE: 1949 ; Mercury
4 door with overdrive, ; duty
paid, Panama i plate. '.Very
good condition. House 21 04-A
or telephone Curundu 4152.
Mr. Pontiac and Cadillac ow owner
ner owner why don't you have a cer certified
tified certified Service, Garage Johns Johnston
ton Johnston look after your repais and
maintenance. .Phone .456-A
16th. Melendex, adjoining Civa
do Colon S. A.
FOR SALE: 1955 S i n g r
Roadster $300.00 for equity and
resume payments. $441.00
Phone S5-4189.
FOR SALE: Stulebakor 195
President $1750., will trade.
Phone Balboa 114.,
FOR SALEj 1955 Ford. Vic,
Ttorii Fordomatlc. bower steer?
p Big brakesv heatar, reasonable;
Mouse 507 Ancon,' 2-4280. : t
FOR SALE: 1951 Kaiser. O.
D. new, tires, heater, good
painV flood condition, except
reasonable offer. Phone 25-3177
FOR SALE: 1955 4-D Sedan
Plymouth Belvedere-automatic.
Like new, take 2-300 car in
trade. Phone, Balboa 4474.
FOR SALE; 1951 Pontiac 8
Catalina, 2 door hardtop with
radio, heate,r,i hydromatie,
wsw tires and many other ex extras,
tras, extras, engine, body, finish and
upholstery in excellent, condition.-Relatively
low m'leago.
Call Foi-V Amador 5197. y
FOR SALEt-- Leaving coun country,
try, country, one-owner (1952 Mercury
2-door sedan. Excellent condi-
tion. 43,000 'actual mile s.'
Telephone 3-6375 Panama.
life insurance:
: JIM RIDGE
' General Assent
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama t-0551 u
TRANSP9RTES BAXTER. S. A.
Pacfceia Shippers Meveie
2-2451 2-2562
' 'vv'' Leare Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 4V Josnping Classes daily
S to 5 p.m. PkeM 2-2451
: r by appointment.
' "Sinn Teei
BODI REDUCING
ftScLevr SlacklMa, staaeege
Sen Balk nml ana fenurie
MSical beta, arth braces.
OR TOFED1A .NACIONAL
' U A, iost Ammm -RI'
Dt. SCROLL ttatneC ChlnpiJtl
1 i SAN BLAS
EXCURSION
April 14 $170 each
FIDANQCE TRAVEL
SERVICE
B" SU 1-27 TeL t lUl
Housewife.Couldn't
Find Frilly Cotton
Blouse In Memphis
MEMPHIS fUP) Mrs. Doris
I Brown complained today that she
had to go to 10 stores in tms
"cotton capital of the world' be before
fore before she could Cad a frilly all-;
cotton blouse.
i ,". t -'.' 1 J
Mrs. Brown, secretary of. the
Shelby County Farm Bureau, said
everywhere she went clerks
brought out synthetic fiber blouses
when she ssked for cotton.
When she insisted mi UN per
cent cotton blouse. Mrs. Brown
said one clerk demsnded to know,
"Wfy da you want cotton rV.

Miscellaneous.

FOR SALE: 24 inch RCA,
TV, 10 months old. Call Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 86-7284... N.,-,
FOR SALE : National Radio
HRO. perfect condition. Bar Bargain
gain Bargain 3-3126, 8431 Margarita,
FOR SALE: Fish sale, An An-gales
gales An-gales and a variety of tropi tropi-i
i tropi-i cats. For information Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-5048.
FOR SALE: 5 pieces brown
, Samsonite luggage, used once.
$60.00. Balboa 2676. . I
FOR SALE: Parrot for sale
cheap young and healthy talks"
too much. Call Campagnani
Phone. 3-4702.
FOR SALE: Four dresses dresses-formal,
formal, dresses-formal, net; and taffeta. Sixes
5-9 yellow, light, blue, royal
blue, lavender. $10-15. Phone
Balboa 4474, 2256-B, Carr St.
FOR SALE: I air cbridlHoh cbridlHoh-ing
ing cbridlHoh-ing equipment, 1 h.p. 25 cycle,
.remote evaporator, extra
freon. Trailer, wood body, can
be adopted to haul small boat.
Phone Balboa 1461.
PANAMA CANAL OFFERS
VARIOUS ITEMS FOR SALE:
-Sealed bids, for opening in
public, will be- received until
2:30 p.m., April 12 1957, in the
office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, Balboa, for vehi vehicles,
cles, vehicles, including canopy express,
stake, trajltr (Jeep),' panel,
sedans pickup, dump, Damps Damps-i.
i. Damps-i. ter-dumpster, t. furniture vn
and tractor; cargo ..truck;
clamshell bucket; hand ham-
mer drills; beams; channels
and angles; engineerslavels;
saw and scraper machines;
baicing ove,i; powder :; cement
paint; tires; wire rope;, scale;
safe; chronometer; Krne Kar
Crane; soda water cases; 5 5-gallon
gallon 5-gallon bottles and power-driv-en
truck; Invitation No. $-57-344-
may be obaralned from of-i'
fice of Superintendent of Store-'
houses, telephone 2-1086.
IF YOU LIKE AND KNOW
'THE RESTAURANT:', BUSI BUSINESS
NESS BUSINESS THIS IS YOUR OPPOR-
TUNITY TO BUY ONE IXCE
LLENTLY LOCATED AND
? COMPLETELY EQUIPPED. -WRITE
TO "NECOC'O'' BOX:
134 PANAMA.-.
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Moscow Radio Threatens Dutch
With Obliteration Of Cities :

LONDON, April 6 (UP) Radio
Moscow warned Holland last nicht
that its major cities would be
"obliterated,". $ i, it permitted
American : atomic bases in the
country to be used in a war a-
gainst -Russiaitr
It was the' second warning tn
the NATO country in i-ss many
nignu on tne radio's Dutch broad.
cast, ft echoed Soviet Premier
Nikolai Ar Buiganin's threat -'to
Scandinavian countries. that they
wouia dc aemoiisnea -n NATO
bases on t their soil were used
against the Soviets in anv eon.
The latest broadcast to Holland
spoke of dread consequences for
"amassing atomic weapons on her
territory. .;
Last night 'a Russian "commen "commentator
tator "commentator stated that if Hie Dutch
established atomic or guided mis-
sie oases and war came, the So-
Balboa Baplfsfs :
To Present Special
Service Tomorrow
. A special Sunday service featur
ing uie ranama Baptist Bible In Institute
stitute Institute will be presented tomor
row at the First Baptist Church
pi Balboa Heights. Tbe work, of
wis tnira year of the Bible Insti Insti-tue
tue Insti-tue will be presentedand the plan
of supporting tbe students will be
explained to the congregation. The
school opens its third year during
me iirsi weea oi May witn an in-
creasea number of students
The congregation is reminded
that tomorrow is Fellowship Sun Sunday
day Sunday with the serving of the Lord's
Supper, and the recehrtnc of fnmt
parcels for making up relief bas-
Feu for needy families. Al Sun
day school. Training Union, and
cnurcn members are asked to
onng tn their gifts.
At the evening service. Dr: Ev
erett Fuller of Quito, Ecusdor will
be showing the films of the med medical
ical medical work of the Rim mer Memo
rial Hospital where three of the
church members are serving as
missionaries. The pictures wUl be
shown at the close of the evening
message.
Pastor William H. Beeby will
preach at tbe 10:40 a.m. worship
service on tbe subject Trie Spin-
to al Laws of Action and Reac
tion," a continuation of a series
on tbe book of Ruth. At the eve
ning service the pattor will bring
a message en another character
in the series on Faces About the
Cro. entitled "Pilate -the
Trutk."

H" STREET, PANAMA LIBRGR1A PREGIADOT Street' No. IS AGENOAS
1 Ave. 45 LOURDKS PHARMACY-182 L Cra,uHl FARMACIA LOM
SERVICE Ave. TlvoU No, 4 FAHMAC1A hSADOa VKlDolUCenJt.
Osm Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Juslo Arotomena Ave. and 33 St. a FARMACIA
Street FARMACIA 'SA8"VlTrarr 11 NOVEOA0tS ATUIS Bldi
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Home Articles'
fFOR SALE:' Selling new a a-part
part a-part ment furniture due to trip.
Option to the apartment. Jere Jere-;
; Jere-; nime de la Ossa, Avenue No. 10
,' apt. 14. 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Wood fence,
decora:ivo as well as useful
for .duplex-type basement;
room divider; bookcase.
House 1536-B, Balboa. Call J J-1767
1767 J-1767 after 4:00.
FOR SALE: Hot water tank
(20 Gal.) 30.00, sofa bed $35.00
3 burner stove $15.00,, westing,
house $100.- 59 Via Argentina
(65th), Phone 1-2732.
FOR SALE: 'Bedroom set,
double beds, 7 pieces, $175.00;
21" TV set with Outsid ante ante-na
na ante-na $175.00. Modern bedroom ;
sat, vingla bad almost new,'
$250.00. Can be senn at 50
Street No. 21.
FOR SALE: Dining .room
set, glass top table, 6 chairs
$55.00; living room set, J pie.
ces., $65.00; 1 rugs, 7'x8 $3540
9'xl2' $40.00, including rubber
met; 5 burners gas stove, 2
evens.' almost new $15-00; can
be seen at 50 Street No. 31.
FOR SALE: f eu Ft. West,
inghouse refrigerator : porce porcelain
lain porcelain inside and out, 25 cycle,
any reasonable offer, v Phone
Bal. 2-3703.
SERVICES
The best dinners and drinks -are
served- in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria; grill and
bar. Hotel Internscional "Pla "Plaza
za "Plaza 5 de Mayo. '",.,
TV pWNERi Service ? calls
within 3 hours or by appoint appointment
ment appointment $2.50. Shopwork returned
.the day after receipt ef TV..
Save pick up and .delivery:
charge by bringing in your ta table
ble table models. Phone 2-4616 U. S.
Television. .
Cirlsl Instead of rabbit, fjo.
;ers and candy, tell him yew'
V wan$ an extra especial gift
this Easter' a beautifuli ofltj
permanent .and- the 1 a t e s k
Spring: hairdo, r Cenell Bliss
"Cocoli Clubhouse Beauty Shopvj
, Easter specials. Wavy 3812. :.
T
vier union wouia strike s coun counter
ter counter blow", with the same type of
arms. t-.
A commentator named Mikhai-lov-
tonight quoted Dutch Defense
Minister 'Cornelius Staf as saying
during 1 Washington conferences
that, the Netherlands nas no ob
jection to atomic weapons on its
territory. ,i -. vv i
"The ; first batch of American
Honest John rockets are to be
supplied to Holland this year,'' the
commentator., said.
"HoDand. it follows, is to be
converted mto an American atom
oase, a launching site for; missiles
wyi awuuc warncaus.
In short Holland's rulers have
permitted their country to run the
risa oi being involved in an
atomic war ajainst the pekce-
wriug naies.v f -j
ine raaio said toe Russian peo people
ple people wish the Dutch only "peace
auo prosperity
. But in- the. event of af.
gression, the Soviet Union would,
in the interests of self defense.
take measures to eliminate atom
ic weapon bases. :
It i is therefore ia Holland's
national Interest to prevent a ter-
Americaa atomic bases on bet
national territory.'' -: -;
' Echoing -blunt .Kremlin warn
ings to Norway and Denmark.
both NATO members, the. broad broadcast
cast broadcast warned that the Dutch people
tomie Warfare." v ,
Continental Coffee
ICoaU&iaca treat ,'Pej It
, '...-.-' .
for her Anslida said she hat al also
so also Included typical gold jewelry
worth several thousand dollars,
to be worn with the costumes
which have neen in her family
for generations.
She is the dauirhter of Vfr. and
Mrs. Antonio AiXaro of Panama.
On her tour she win be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by an aunt. Mrs. Horten-
sia Alfaro Aleman and a srirl
friend. Virginia de la Gnardia.
One of the t nines she is look-
fnr forward to doing tn New
York, the lore It ooeo said vrs vrs-terday.
terday. vrs-terday. was stuffina herself with
the delicious chocolate rar"v

Fscingithev sell there. She m'.i she
'4cBt worry ato'at cj'.cnts.

Lesson
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults 'Teenagers ? P retetns
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
Dunp. -' i .- l
Real Estate
i Retiring Soon Come' to' 1 St.
; Petersburg, Florida. Retired
Canal Diggers Paradise. For
(J Information contact Tommy
Bougan c-o A-F. white reac reactor
tor reactor 195 ninth St. North, St.
Petersburg. Fla;
FOR SALE: LOT ON TRANS TRANS-ISTHMIAN
ISTHMIAN TRANS-ISTHMIAN HIGHWAY 14
MILES FROM CITY 5600 ME METERS.
TERS. METERS. NEXT TO HIGHWAY.
ALSO LIGHT PLANT IS DC
.135 AMPS ALSO CHARGES
BATTERIES SIX AND
TWELVE VOLTS. CALL PA PANAMA
NAMA PANAMA 2-12261
FOR SALE:-' 111,000 M2. of'
land en. transisthmian high
way oppsite CMIibre. Call
Margarita 1239.
K Motorcycles
FOR SALE:- OR TRADE: TRADE:-1953
1953 TRADE:-1953 Harley 74 motorcycle In
excellent condition. Will trade'
for used car.. Phone Balboa
2706.-
We ar honored to sa that
one of our Juniors, Caroline
Zirlunaa i won the Alexander
Hamilton contest with another
Junior,; Don Randall, right be behind
hind behind her in second place.. Hav Hav-ln
ln Hav-ln won, Caroline will receive a
certificate, a gold medal, a $1000
scholarship to any college of Tier
choice and an. all expense-paid
tripv to Philadelphia to partici participate
pate participate in tbe Alexander Hamilton
nicentennjai telebratlon she
SlTparticipata In a student
nstitutional p assembly with
winners front 48 atates. Winners
from this group ; will receive
$4Q0Ct acholarships,
Onc again BHS Is making an
endeavor In the field of drama dramatics
tics dramatics with the forthcoming pro production
duction production of la one-act play .under,
the direction of Mr. Musselman.
The play lafMy cjlent Curley
Symbolism and expressionism
are the methods employed in
conveying ) Ideas. "My Client
Carly" is a panorama of modern
American living, witn -many
cnaraciers rno are weu-known
iigures in pur- time.
I The' cast features Joe Trower
as the agent and Frank Todd as
sunicy. ; otfter members of the
cast Include-? Sosemarv Berman
ixaucr ciy. itrnesto snarn.
Leon odensR Bette Davis," Chris
Hearon, chioi Azcarraga, Frank
TJrto.Vif vunK.. tti.m.41 nuw
Wright, Sharon Light, Marcia
Lewis, Rolando'Eisen, Tom Shep Shep-pard,
pard, Shep-pard, David Browne, Michael
Hunt, and Joe Galloway, r ;
Thls play is to be presented' In
Cristobal next month and prom-
iset to provide an evening of
surprises and humor! for all
those who attend. ; r
Choral Eocharirf v
Tomorrow Moimliig
A! Salnl Peler's v
V"-..'-"-r.: : '. -'
roremost among the services
scheduled at. St Peter's church.
La Boca, tomorrow In observance
of Passion Sunday Is choral Eu Eucharist
charist Eucharist at 10:30 a.m.
The Rev. John Spear, priest In
charge, will officiate and deliver
the sermon at this service, while
morning: prayer. 9 a.m and eve eve-nine;
nine; eve-nine; prayer., 7:20 njn.. will be
conducted by the appointed lay lay-readers.
readers. lay-readers. .....
Lenten devotions will continue
during Passiootlde at 7 nm. each
evenin.. The usual rites, witn
the blessfnt: of palms, will be
neid on Palm Sunday. t
Parishioners have been urged
by the -priest to be regular in
their attendance to the Lenten
services for the next two weeks,
loading up. to the observance of
Easter,
COUPLES SPEOAL
4 Weeks Ballroom
danca court $15
per couple.
Nei'lesa than S eevple.
AH American and Latin
danr taorht.
BALBOA M!J

WANTED Salesman to sell
direct, to offices and homes.
Apply between 2:00 to 3:00 p.
m, only Tropicana, 4th of July
Ave.1, ,. U-i -" -i

,. WANTED: Stenographer ex ex-,
, ex-, perenced, competent. ,. Short Shorthand
hand Shorthand English Spanish. Good
, spelter. Columbia ..Pictur.es,
Eusebie Morales...
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:- 14ft boat with
trailer or will sell trailer'
$75.00. Phone 25-3177.'
FOR SALE: 24 foot cabin
cruiser completely rebuilt and t
ready to live on board. In top
f condition throughout. Can be
seen On the dock at Balboa
Yacht Club. 7-10 April. .The
ALOHA. Phono AlbrOok 46 46-3101.
3101. 46-3101. FOR ; SALE i 30'' beautiful.
Tahiti ketch "La Golondrina"
Gray 4-52 engine; sleeps 4;
head; main cabin paneled 276 276-rare
rare 276-rare woods;1 ready for cruise;
, bargain. Yacht Club, Cristobal.
Phone Panama 3-0599. -;

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hated bis guts! What. Wa the truth about him? Was It
the cheers of the millions who knew his voice or tne tears
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WANTED: Maid, wash treat
and cook, Enclish or Spanish
speaking with .references.
; Call during day Panama 2-31
61 Evening 3-2736.
WANTED: American family
V desires 3 or preferably a 4 bed
room Chalet in good "Residen "Residen-,
, "Residen-, tial Area". Call Panama 31329
' between hours of 1:00 until!
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WANTED TO BUY: Two
' large blackboards, not less
. than 12 at catch. Contact The
Panama American, .advertU
s4ng department. Telephone 2
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son person to take care ef child. Am
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board Jump. (Photo: Tom Thompson)
Bounced Customers Set Fire
To Neighborhood Bar; Kill 6

' LOS ANGELES, AprU 6 (UP)
Police arrested two suspects to
' day in the search for four smirk-
' mg men who, in an act ot re
venge, set fire to a crowded car
with flaming gasoline. Six persons

were killed and three injured.
The four men who were ousted
from the tiny Club Mecca dumped
a five-gallon ucket of gasoline in into
to into the cocktail lounge and tossed
a burning wad of paper on the
' explosive fuel shortly before mid-
i night.
f Five men and a woman were
burned to death in the blast and
' fire. One of the three injured was
In critical condition.
Oscar S. Brenhaug, 44, and
Clyde Bates; 36, reported by po police
lice police to be a former convict, were
picked up a few hours after the
explosion. After questioning they
i were booked on suspicion of mur murder.
der. murder. The two men admitted hav-
. ing visited the bar in the southern
part of Los Angeles last night but
denied setting off the explosive
fire.
Found In Car
They were discovered asleep in
" an automobile similar to the one
used by the men when they fled
after touching off the fire.
Patrons of the bar said the four
men were thrown out for annoy annoying
ing annoying Mrs. Herminia Morales, a pa patron
tron patron and roommate of waitress
Jackie Mcinnes, 21, one of the
six who died.
Co-manager Alton C. Wells said
he had told the men, "I think it's
about time you guys left." When
the men objected, Wells with the

. assistance of several patrons

- tossed them out.
It was 11:40 p.m. and the little
. bar was gsy with the chatter of
Its neighborhood patrons when the
men returned again, walked up
- to the door and spilled a bucket
of gasoline inside. Then one of
v them threw what appeared to be
f a burning wad of paper.
, Men Ware "Smirking"
" Waitress Joyce Chapadelaine
said the men were "smiling or
irWng' when they threw the
gasoline Into the bar.

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Witnesses said only three men

were present at the door when the
explosion was set off, while the
fourth apparently waited outside
The blast shook the neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood and the 15 patrons and em
ployes in me Dar were panic
stricken. Thick black smoke
poured through the front door.
Outside a passerby, Vernon.
waggy, said ne saw tne men run
ning out.
"Heard Screaming"
"I heard the, terrible scream
ing," he said. "I had my .32 auto
matic in my pocket which I was
carrying because I had been held
up recently.
I knew the men had caused
the! explosion so I fired three
times at them as they ran to towards
wards towards their car. I think I mav
have hit one of them because he
fell to the sidewalk. He got up
ana ran to tne car.
Robert Hartner of Gardens.
Calif., 'was driving past the bar
with his wife at the time of the
explosion.
"A girl came running out all In
flames," Hartner said. "I tore off
my wife s skirt and jacket and
grabbed her. She was hysterical.
"She kept screaming, 'I'm burn burning.
ing. burning. I'm burning.', Then she faint fainted.
ed. fainted. When she, came to, she
Hew Red Nuclear
Explosion Set Off,
AEC Chief Reveals
WASHINGTON, April S (UP)
The United States announced yes yes-trday
trday yes-trday that Russia conducted an another
other another nuclear weapons test last
Wednesday.
The brief announcement by
Chairman Lewis L. Strauss of the
Atomic nergy Commission said
the test was another in Russia's
"current series" but did not spe specify
cify specify the sire of the bomb or wheth wheth-efone
efone wheth-efone or more bombs were ex exploded.
ploded. exploded. It said only:
"The Soviet Union on April 3,
1957, conducted another nuclear
weapons test in its current se series."
ries." series." The test also was announced by
the British Defense Ministry in
London in an even more terse
fashion. The Defense Ministry's an announcement
nouncement announcement said merely that "the
Soviet Union carried out another
nuclear test on- Wednesday."
The announcement here was the
19th by the United States disclos disclosing
ing disclosing various Soviet nuclear explo explosions
sions explosions since the first Russian shot!
in September, 1949. 1

House Appropriations Committee Votes 25 'Per1 Gent Cut
In Budget Of Commerce Department At Weeks' invitation

WASHINGTON. April t (UP)
Ho,. innmnriitinn, rm.
m it tee tot'ay voted a 25 per cent
cut in the budget of the Commerce

Department and related aeeactesjbeen determined to make s sis sis-Cemraerce
Cemraerce sis-Cemraerce Secretary Sinclairiable dent in President Eisenhow-

Weeks hsd Invited Congress te re
auce aii esumaex dui not oy uat
much.
The committee approved ablD to
app.-op iate SSS3.68S.OS0 to run the
department and its affiliated aeen-
cies in the fiscal year beginning
July 1. This represented a cut of
S217.S27.940 below the budget es
timate of 317 mUlioa dollars. "1
If approved by th. House, the
Commerce cut will bring to SU-
93145,740 the total reductions en
dorsed so far by the committee S-
ehHouse. lie total rewesented ;
a Hash of 7J per cent below budg-

moaned, "Why did they do it?

What about my children?
Condition Critical
The woman was identified as
Mrs. jaiDara bpineiu. she was
taken to Gem-jl Hospital with
first, second and third degree
ourns ana ner condition was re
ported critical.
The identified dead, in addition
to Miss Maclnnes, were Gilbert
Gonzales, 20; a young boxer, Tony
Smaldino, 27; Harry L. Robinson,
60, and Philip CrawshaW, 29., One
of the victims was burned beyond
- Firemen, said it was miraculous
uiai mure people were not Klliea.
In addition to Mrs. Spinelll, the
injured were Joseph H. Marriott,'
35, and George Pehnebaker, 24.
The two men suffered only minor
burns.
Firemen who responded to the
alarm saved several patrons by
prying off iron bars over a rear
window and helping out persons
who could not get out the glass
bricV front entranve.
Mrs. Morales was hysterical
when questioned by police. She
said the men tried to get her to
dance and when she refused they
began using vile language and
tried to "paw" her. She left be before
fore before the bombing occurred. About
an hour later she received a tele telephone
phone telephone call telling her of the ex
plosion and of Miss Machines,
death.
Marlinz' Daughter
Dies; Burial
Tomorrow Morning
A young Panama matron, Mrs.
Brunhilda Martlnz Posse, who
died yesterday morning at San
Fernando Clinic, win be boriea
at jardin El Paz cemetery trus
afternoon.
Funeral
services for the 28-
year-old woman will be held at
4 p.m. at tne igiesia ei carmen.
Mrs. Posse who was expecting
her fourth child within two
weeks suffered a heart attack
yesterday morning. The baby al also
so also died.
Sh Is survived by her hus
band, Luis A. Posse, three small
children, and her -parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Luis Martina. Two of
her sisters are expected to ar
rive here today from Colombia
io aiiena tne iuiiemi.
et estimates totaling $14,302,812,.
ni
The' House economy bloc has
er's record Ti t biUiM dollar
tuagei xor. me uscai yesr,
.. ' OwesHened Weeks
f - ' ."i
The committee approved the
Commerce bill after juiking
Weeks about his statement last
month that "If Congress wants te
start cutting the budget, it could
take SO million dollars from the
Commerce budget alone.
The committee instead voted a
$212,4O2,40 cut in funds for the
Commerce Pepartment alone. It
bill would aporonrtate $591,387,060
sr the department, ia comparisoa

Washington, April 6 (UP) Congrtt today appeared

ready to loosen the national purse-strings next f week to
keep Postmaster General Arthur E. Summerfield from

drastically cutting postal

: Summerfield hs.1n effect given the House Appropria

tions Committee a week of grace to give his department
an emergency $47' million i appropriation or take respon- ;
slbillty'orxauiinf jhej" ,Mry1et':euts." V W 1

The Committee, which,

million, was' expected to; capitulate under the mounting

public pressure. It; scheduled
decide, what to do.
' Summerfield had been.expect-
ed to issue the orders effective
today to curtail service includ
ing a stop to au Saturday man
rieilveriex and Saturday oost
Office window service, But late
yesterday he scheduled the cut
back for next Saturday.
Science Prodigy
Wins. Second Pol
Of '$64,006'
1 .NEW YORK (UP) Youthful
science prodigy Robert Strom won
his second $64,000 on a TV ejuiz
show last night and will start out
after a third next week,f
The 10 year old v ulz whiz
brought his winnings to $128,000
by putting nis knowledge ot pnys pnys-ics,
ics, pnys-ics, math, electricity and astro
nomical spectromity to use in an answering
swering answering a four-part question.
Since orosram rules allow a
contestant to try for four jack
pots,, Strom can win as much as
$256,000 on CBS-TV'i "The $64,000
Question." Each, time he wins
$64,000, the win Is outright and
can not be prejudiced by. future
answers. V'..';
Strom cleaned up his $64,000
question by:
Announcing that the 'scientist
who discovered the volume of gas
varies inversely to the pressure
applied to H was Robert Boyle and
naming Blaise Pascal as the phys physicist
icist physicist who discovered that pressure
applied to a confined liquid is
transmitted ; with undiminished
iorc m verj uirecuon. : .?
Describing the spectral eharacj eharacj-teristics
teristics eharacj-teristics of A stars as strong blu bluish
ish bluish hydrogen 'lines; of GA Stars
as strong metallic diatomico lines
and of M stars at strong reddish
titanium oxide bands.
Figuring on a plexiglass sheet
in the isolation, booth window that
the impedance of an AC series
circuit at 60 cycles with a resist
ance of 9 ohms, an inductive re reactance
actance reactance of 27 ohms and a capae capae-itive
itive capae-itive reactance of 15 ohms is 15.
Calculating on the basis of the
Ohm's law formula, that eight
amperes of current would flow
through the circuit considered in
the previous question if 120 volts
were applied and recalliag that
tne law formula is I equals E
over Z.
Bullets Obsolete
Soon, Predicts
Army Engineer
JACKSON. Miss. (UP) An
Army engineer, predicts bullets
soon will become obsolete.
Ray Turner, one of 300 scien
tists and engineers at the Army's
Redstone Arsenal at Huntsville,
Ala said bullets will soon be re-
'placed by the more effective abort
range roccets.
Turner Thursday addressed an
annual southern district meeting
of tne American Institute of Elec-
trical Engineers.
Smashing Kid
SAN ANTONIO, Tex, April
(UP) The Tlsdale family's new
baby was born with a smash
yesterday. : -
John Tisdale, SI, was driving
to the hospital when his wife, In
the back seat, told him the
stork was arriving. Tisdale look
led back and smashed Into a tel-
epnone poie. no one was nun.

with the $803,790,000 requested byjss a sister ship to the S. United
Weeks. ,- ; ; -. States.
. The committee slao eliminated

For related Commerce gencies,:au funds for the Office of Strateg-

the measure would allot U5.HI, U5.HI,-400
400 U5.HI,-400 instead of the S50.0TS.000 re
quested and for the Panaas Can Canal
al Canal Co.. $11,648,600. Instead of $17,-
648,. -. v
Among the Tel a ted agencies, the
Maritime Administration was one
of the hardest hit. The committee
reduced its funds for hrp coe-l
strnctioa from the 94H million dol dollars
lars dollars requested to three million
douars. v
- i
New Soe-f-Life.
Amoni the items deleted was

82 million dollars esrmarked for!X350 technictant te hanriie

the rafutnwtioa frf a new suprr-i

liner to replace U &J. America'aavJboa cceual fy

service. .-',-

only wanted to give him $17
a meeting next Friday t to
J'
.He insisted At a news confer
ence that be ;wu not giving
congress "a week's grace" to give
nim tne money.-
; Gut he acted after the Ap Appropriations
propriations Appropriations Committee decid decided
ed decided 4o give him the $17 million
and promised to consider the
- other $30 million next Friday
IJe also said the cutback would
be called off if the committee
; jution Is "favorable."
'Committee member John J.
Rooney (D-N.Y.) predicted the
Committee would approve all or
almost all of the $47 million. He
said yesterday' voting indicated
that. -r
But Kooney Indicated the
hard feelings against Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field would not aeon subside.
Summerfield has been accused
of "sandbagging" Congress and
"holding a gun" at its head.
n Says He's
Ready To Leave
ForOuler Space
WASHINGTON,' April1 (UP)
Sen. Allen J. Ellender announced
today that he was ready to leave
fnr nut.? inftft. . 'u I
But th i uiuisiana-i Democrat
first soughtand reoeivend as sur
ances :that no one is about to
repeal the law of-gravity.
Dr. Alan Waterman, director
of the National Science Foundation.-'
Indicated s that-.? Ellender
would have to wait awhile. He
told a Senate Appropriations ub
committee the tartn saieuite now
under construction is too slow for
apaeaf travel.':, t'- ,'?.?
. Even by moving 10 ': time. as
fast as the projected speed nf the
satellite, he said, it would take
8,000 years to get to the nearest
fixed sir.r
That isnt very txcitlng
travel,' -he said. . ( i.-
The scientist explained that the
satellite will be taken up through
th earth's atomOSDhefe "not : too
fast" about 2.000 miles an hour
to minimize the heat effect..
' The sateUite' will radio back "a
great deal" of information about
the sun, ,the strength of cosmic
rays and the traces of air- and
cosmic dust in space, Waterman
said. . ,.'
The satellite's orbit also should
"tell us some things about the
shape of the earth we don't
know," he said. -
"You're not trying to disprove
Newton's theory, are you?" asked
Ellender, who said he learned in
college that "everything that goes
tip must come down."
"Oh. no." said Waterman.
He -said the scientists involved
in the satellite project, a part of
the International' Geophysical
Year, expected to "confirm Sir
Isaac's rule.
You want to go in it?" Sen.
Warren XI. Magnuson (D-Wash.)
asked Ellender.
"I'd love td," said Ellender, y
Army Will Recall
7,825 ROTC Men
To Active Duty
WASHINGTON, AprU S (UP)
The Armv announced today it will
call to active duty T.825 of .the
13,480 Reserve Officer Training
Cam vraduatei hin( commis-
6;tiooed between Msy 1 and April
30, 195t.
The Army said the number
includes 700 rraduate accepHg
regular Army commissions. The
others will be on active duty for
two years.
The rest of the eraduatea will
be ordered to active duty for six
months.
k Inform a Uob, for which the
Budget Bureau asked $11,500. A
House government operations sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee said the office, which
is supposed te censor information
flowing to Communist nations, op operated
erated operated ra an aura of complete
confusion" and fouid not Justify
its existence. ,'
The committee bill also would
trim the Hl0.55fl.0f budget for
the Civil- Aeroesotice Administra Administration
tion Administration te S32SJ2S.660. a Cut of $82.-
1224.34.
Tbe committee ssid the recom-

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QUEEN DOTTIE METZGER and her attendants. Marllrances Tucker (JeftY and' Linda Jacobs,
look over some of the trophies they presented ;at the-traek meet. ...'. t, ,- -r.-
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Senator Says

Ready For UseiVifhin' NeMFew Months

WASHINGTON. April S.ftTPV'.
Chairman Richard B. Russell of
the Senate Armed Services Com Committee
mittee Committee said today the Air Force
expects to nave its intermediate
range ballistic missile ready for
use in "a matter of months."
The Georgia Democrat gave. this
report. W newsmen after two days
of committee bnenngs by Gen.
Nathan F. Twining, chief 0f staff,
and other Air Force officials.
' Another committee member,
Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D-Wash),
told newsmen the Air Force will
make "an important decision in
the next month or so" about its
.new bombers.' 'y; ,,t
It must decide whether to level
off 'production of the six-jet B52
intercontinental bomber and make
at maximum effort to produce the
supersonic B58 "Hustler't which is
now being test-flown, he said. !!
Jackson said the decision de depends
pends depends on progress made in tests
of the B58. a sleek sweot-wine
giani wmcn is expected to replace
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Amador Gl Escape;
Injury As Auto
Skids, Turns Over
A Tt. Amador soldier escaped
personal ln1ury but the car he
was driving yesterday on Ama Amador
dor Amador Road was badly damaged
after it knocked down a sign
post, skidded across the road,
lurnea over ana flattened a
limnnnst.
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A maintenance division truck
and a hoist were called on the
scene to assist in righting the
car, a 452 Chevrolet sedan
which was being driven by Sp-3c
Robert E. Barnwell.
The soldier was driving from
Fort Amador at around 9:20
p.m. when the accident occurred.
Police report that while he was
passing a line of cars, he appar apparently
ently apparently lost controhof his vehicle,
went, over the left curb striking
a signpost, zig-zagging across
the road and damaging a street
light before turning upside
down. .y ..:
The front end. ton. bodv and
wheels of the automobile were
oaaiy damaged, but the soldier
was unhurt ,;- j
No charges against the driver
have been filed, police said. .
Coiirl Rules Agdnsl
Widow's Estate
HEW YORK.: Anril UP A
hotel waiter's dream of a 750.000
inheritance ended yesterday when
a Surrogate's Court Jury ruled
he
nseo undue influence on
his 88-
year-c4d benefactress. A
Anjel Etevcz, 44, a Cuban-bora
service waiter, wis nara-i
ed bci eflciary in the 1552 will ef
Mrx. Margaret Cumt N.hm. 75s-,
tevet r ad served As elrterlv wi-1
dow In her hotel rm from IMS
until she died in 1955. n -:
Tbe nine-man. three-worn aa fu
ry, decided by a 10 U t vote that
Estevex hsd need "undue influ influence"
ence" influence" on Mrs. Nahm when she
was mentally Incompetent to get
her to change her will in his ia-
If there is M Ippeat to the de-
elsioa the will is voided and an
earlier will la which three chari charities
ties charities were named as residuary le
gatees will be entered into pro-
.lhe Aroericsn Red Cro. the Sal-

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Both Russell- and; Jackaon said
important improvements are be
ing made in the B52 to boost its
speed and range and f make jjt.an
Jackson said the improved ver
sion of the B52 .will be' coming' off
proaucuon. lines soon., v- -- ;
Jackson :.told i reporters 'life'vop 'life'vop-posea
posea 'life'vop-posea any levelling oft of the now-
increasing B52 produc ioe rate un
less they can be qurcklr replaced
He said Soviet oroduction diffi-
cuuies give tne vuitea states a
chance toi speed ahead "of Russia,
In the heavy bomber race a
chance-that should not be muffed
by slowing down tT.S. production.
,"We need a wide lead not a
neck and neck race.? Jackson
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With progress bein. made in ,d
Veloping the i,500-mile Infermed.
iate Range' Ballistic .-k Missili
(IRBM) and the 5,300-mile Inter,
continental .Ballistic Missil
We are going" forward, about ai
well as we could reasonably hope,
wnen we consider the magnitude
and complexity of the problem!
involved,'1 Russell said. 1 v
He- said. Twlninff' failed t eon
firm: published reports of a recent
technplogical "1 'breakthrough" U
oeve-iopmg -tne 1UB Mi- But esaia
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