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P.ORE TOURIST FLITES
AN INDEPENDENT HH
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, people know the truth and the eomUry is sofe" '4brpham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY. APUL 8. 1957,
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A 62-ft. banana boat,' Yvonne,"' carry in j; a v lit load of bananas, tank today whll
the, was travelling northbound In the Canal nearVfha La Pita signal station in the Cut.
' All eight crewmembers of the 37-ton boat' were reported safe. Skipper of the.'
Yvonne visa Panamanian Joseph, A. MoLean i ut.' r
Tjhe boat early this afternoon was being held in place against the east bank
t't by the tugs Taboga and Culebra while a diver investigated the accident which oc-
1 1 1 1 curred art 11 a.m.(i ,iJ''jt" 'A J '$1 J'
Traffic throuith the Canal fs
proceeding normally, a Panama
Canal epokesman said,
f The canal Is busy. There were
27 ocean-going vessels reported
making the transit yesterday
and 33 came through on Satur-
' A waterfront : source -Said
' that the annken boat waa
stickinr out about 75 ft. In the
channel and that other ehipi
0f,7 T: V,:!J Ccllislon
A Tlboa butcher who drov
his (; r cff the roadway to avoid
t would be a collision
m pr venicie, loaay wi
" Hospital with, minor
. j s car was demollsh-
r-r1 1 Fftra-
- : 1341
:hv vy yesterday
morning when tne accident oc-
curred. He is employed at he
' Balboa Commissary.
'.- According to a police' report,
5', Daniel approached spot a-
bOut 400 feet north of Chiva
Chlva trail, he met two south south-v
v south-v bound cars,, one of which, waa
passmjr tne otnev
lei said he thoueht there
was not sufficient time for the
passing vehicle to pull into his
' own lane, so .he drove his car
, off the road, 'hitting a concrete
, abutment and practically demol
ishing nis auto. .: : ; : ,'
. 1 lor treatment of knee, chin and
-SWJ tonarue lacerations. ',.
i. Police said Investigation of the
i .'- ease waa conunuinir.
' -, t
' Three drunken drivers were
u sentenced today In Canal Zone
, courts, two of them soldiers who
received ten-day suspended sen sentences,
tences, sentences, v., : y, .--'-
, All three aWe' fined $101
, each and tw bad their driv driv-:
: driv-: tng licenses revoked. .The eth eth-'
' eth-' er had Ho license.
The Incidents Involving the
soldiers, Bp3c Robert E. Barn Barnwell
well Barnwell and pfc Pred A. Holbach,
' both occurred Saturday night.
Barnwell's car, which he was
driving; on Amador Road knock knocked
ed knocked down a street light and post,
and rplled over. f --
Balboa Magistrate John T..
Ceminf ruled that Barnwell was
to repay all damages totalling
, $300 within the next four
months. Photos taken at the
tcene of the eccldent were intro
duced In court -'.'i
The aeeetions ef whether lie
, won Id still b allewed t drive
military vehicles without a
. Canal Zone license, and also
whether his ear .insurance
" weald cover damage eestt in in-eerrefl
eerrefl in-eerrefl while he was drank,
were matters which eould not
fe answered In court.
Barnwell U with the &46th Car
Ca at Ft. Amador.
He was aiso placed on one
UN Sdvc jo Cre7
Dunfps Out Lest
,1 PORT SUtZ. Ifvtrf. As' I
J(UP) Vnf4 Nstisns sahrste
'ivssssls rsasf rsmsvsd the laft
(bstrwctiwt In ths Sun Cans I
vths tfYPin Mgste Abvkir
I Ths sahrsfs vhmIi bet a a
tswinfl ths frigsts frsm Psrt
Suf MP ths trwr ts ths
' 'Grsaf Btttsr LWs whsrs h i
will ss dvirpsd swt the trs.
f.e I )
Boat Sin lis In
were proceedlnr ; "witn ean
Hon," r i, -it
f The Yvonne waa loaded with
bananas which were to be put
on the Panama Line ship Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, due to dock tonight; a.'
lo Allend Rally; ;
Poller To Spesi
i ADDroximately 300 cruise passe
eers who are stopping here for
one day on a tour or tne uariD uariD-bean
bean uariD-bean will attend a rslly in Balboa
Stadium tomorrow night. Gov; Wil William
liam William E. Potter will be the first
speaker, 1. n U
' ' ( n '.
The ci'ulse party is composed of
church members from many 'deno 'denominations
minations 'denominations in the United States.
Under the leadership of Ira Lee
Eshlemsn, tour director of the
Boca. Rato Bible Conference ; of
Florida the group chartered,, the
cruise ship Evangeline for their
to1 r, ,
They are stopping at eight Ca-
ribbeai) portr and, according to
one epokesmaa. are "seekmg fel
lowship with, .their brothers in
Christ In forelun lands." as well
as seeing; the sights as ..typical
lourisis, , s
i TuaT mlniaters and. missionaries
have arranged guided tours of theoi a bender the night before; ; And
Isthmus In addition to .the rally,
The first cart of the evening serv
ice will feature a team accompa-
nvina the tour which rames from'Judee asked.
a Metropolitan opera tenor 'to out-
standing vocalists and mstrumen
tausts of tne raaio aa rv .pro
gram "Ameflcaa Crusader J-
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The entire service will be in En v.
nsn ano spanisn. -. Admission is
free and trains at special rites
will be provided for neoole" who
live in coion.
in CZ Courts
' In Cristobal, Pf c: pred a. Hol Holbach,
bach, Holbach, 19, faced the magistrate
on a charge of drunken driving
in Margarita. .
In addition to the $100 line
and ten-day suspended Jail sen sentence
tence sentence Jail sentence, he was fined
an additional S10 for driving
without a license. :
' Police said th. Ft. Clayton
oldler waa first observed run run-nlnf
nlnf run-nlnf through a step sign at
Margarita. His ear hit a curb,
went over It and through the
shretbery, blowing eat two
front tires. Z
The third drunken driver was
Ignacio ; Bonllla, a 48-year-old
Panamanian who was fined" In
Balboa Magistrate's Court
His car waa observed weaving
across the center lane n
Thatcher. Highway near Boy
Scout Hill. He had two passen
gers in uie car. ---.
- In court today he told ; the
Judge he had been fixing his
rear-view mirrow when the po policeman
liceman policeman spotted him. but h ad admitted
mitted admitted being- under the influence
of liquor, :
Diet FadsFooey! Says Maine's Fattest
Senator Who Tips Scales; W
y DOC OUIOO
NEW YORK ( UP Albert Cote.
a most happy fella who is a boo it -i
r for things Maine like lobster.
potatoes, end eges and who -is
erring his fourta term m the
Legislature of tfcst fjte state, has)
a oos-vord comment oa Lbs mod-
era fad of dieting:
He be'lieres ta letting the trpe-
ute rore ncOTtfued that we.ght
rn that ths mor -rnn
ilh- liinnwr .ml rm Ta
ihe's J5J pounds harry, a ulateao'ulsr Coor cfct rs.
.a fen mamtainad tnr m-T-ri'1
- i... t a
; J :
ship la owned by, Adaioerto joiy.
' The Canal reporUd that
crane boat was beinr called to
the- ; scene to help Ta salvafe
operationa, ...... f :
' The ship broke down at 10:15
and sank at 11 a.m. Because tne
ship was so small, there was no
canal puuot aooara.
CZ Cop Habs Woman
01 Various llines
Sleeping In Guller
- A woman who admitted with
iheeDuh imile that she bad used
three aliases, in the Balboa Police
Stauon, today was given la aayi
in au to ponaer over jier name.
Raauel Franco. 35- was picked
up from vagrancy at the Ancon bus
terminal earlv this' mornUiKV A po
liceman aid be iound jhtr vleep-
ng la the gutter.", ":'-
. When ssked by the .-judge to
couatn Uje lact ihatshe had i"ta
convicted thjeexothec Umei, unuer
three other names, on a similar
charge, the : shorty sloppily-dressed
aeieoaaui oruu 4dw mum. i
"Yes, that -nm i he .Hm
prn h jaid ki broken Jlng
lish., i?; t i t
She admitted that she 1iad beee
was sleeping It ott. She said she
had "hnxinMi in ner house.
of j business,'; tie
, "on.wiui soldiers ana sauors,
'ehe replied. ; .:.!Sf k
Pleading guilty to the vagrancy
charge, ahe asked (he Balboa Ma
gistrate ito "do me a favor." He
sent her to jail fot 15 days,
Two US Attaches ;
By Soviet Troops
2 Vienna, aphi '- s l(up
Spencep-Barnes. n.S taiarB dv
Affaires to Hunaanr strenelv
protested at the Hungarian For Foreign
eign Foreign Ministry last Saturday a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the temporary detention
of two UJS. attaches, by Soviet
troops, a Legation 'Spokesman
said today, . a .... :
' The spokesman said, that U J.
Military Attache CoL. James
Todd and Capt Thomas Gieason
were held and questioned by
Russian soldiers for five hours
on a highway, some '; 60 "anile
south west of Budapest, last
week. -. .-, v.;
Icy Revenge ;
MELBOURNE, Australia.' April
I (UP) People who 1 use the
public telephone booth in the
Melbourne suburb of OakieJjh
got the big freere today ;
Some Joker bought a solid
block of Ice from a nearby ice
factory and dumped .It in the
booth. Ii completely tilled the
booth, leaving no- room for any
would-be caller. . ?
Local residents think ,he
prankster must have 1 trot the
cold shoulder from a switch
ever a S-foot, v inch frame.
Cote, e Democrat,' sars his
veight helps aim ia politics, tee.
Once the voters see him. they
never forget hm. Any platform
be staada oa has ta aave
pretty stoat planks.
He presumes he's easily
heartest siste legislator in
country. Ia the interests mf se- ay aide Pi situng. This
comaiodstiBg weicty lUlatKB.I was a ut te eaa stsetiKoa to1
his fellow repreteeUthres at the (that esumab,e product of kls
end of kls Errt term smsmmou!?!
intnl tn rt h.m a imul rknr I
mmrmA varilna mi lha
I rtm itrf 1' ws ,i t
LLA .FITZGEIIALD gives a
Ella,; Fff zgera
r -Veteran song etyllst Ella pits
geram sans several encores last
night before enthusiastic crowds
during two performances at the
coion Arena.. v,w.,,,.,.,-.-",f.'
At one atagr she even danced
a. lew steps to the accomoani
ment provided." by er, personal
accompanist Don, Abney.
drummer Jo Jones, guitarist Herb
Ellis and bassist Ray Brown. A
member or the troupe said It
was the first time Ella has danc
ed on a stage In five years. 1
Ella's bntlre terformance "at
both shows wee enthusiaaticall
receivea, out tne songs prnici
reaped the. moat -applause were
"Btone cold Dead in the Mar Market"
ket" Market" and kher first bia hit "A-
Tisket A-Tasket.,rt -r?. :
Ella's appearances were pre pre-:ded
:ded pre-:ded by a number of lazs sel
ections played try the trio with
tne outstanding .jazzman oscar
Peterson on piano. Their per performances
formances performances were frequently in interrupted
terrupted interrupted by applause, with Jo
Jones ev't'rif a tremendous ova
tion afy k long drum solo just
Driver Fined $15i
Oh Cres 1 01 Grkde"
That's a darurerous practice"
Jndre John K. Demlna today told
a truck driver who was brought
before him for turninc; his truck
on the crest of a grade.
The Balboa Magistrate' fined
Jose L. Montilla, a 35-year-old
Panamanian $15 and warned
aim not to repeat the offense.
A policeman testified in court
that Montilla was turning his
truck completely around at the
sharp crest of a hill n-Madden
Road yesterday morning.-. He
said the truck was blocking the
road.- ' '.
' Montilla pleaded guilty to the
aPlaate, 21, ahe took a leave of
absence from college te aerve
this term. 1
I had hutch with Cote. Re ate
aa ordinary steak with freoch
fries.' What made the.aneal re remarkable
markable remarkable was the fact that Just
the'pnor to hntch be had ea'ta SI
tbeierrs (Msine errs, of covrae, sva-.
'k;v WBDt SlwfTS BIS r-f a
'W1HU t ma" tt Old "It bll
jhe!rd ere rr.it fn-s. I UvXe
m-t r-zr. ari rertls aTI
in 'ii a in ''h i in i' 1 s - J r
, ,,,, Ili 1 k : w i
radio' Interview at Tocum'en, 1
Id ; Dances
'".'. t-rJ 1 i .if '1
' 1 1- : 4 i . .
before XUk Tltzgerald, came on
Ella and the Oscar Peterson
trio ra scheduled to give two
performances tonight and again
tomorrow nignt at me central
Theater, The first phow ls sched scheduled
uled scheduled ior 7 p.m., but the second
show has been moved) up to 10
o'clock Instead of 9 as previous previously
ly previously announced. s .;t,
v- j,- f; ; v ;-;;v
Ho Heavy A-Bdmbs,
Defense Head Says
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BONN.wApril g (UP) -1 West
Germany will not demand strate strategic
gic strategic atomic or hydrogen bombs. De
fense Minister Frans Josef Strauss
announced today. v, .,', '.
"" a M' '.'
"It. would be neither desirable
dot poesibla for us to have heavy
strategic atomic or hydrogen we-
' Cfetiiisia tnA e MAiawei AntaM
Kvut ,vu wi ea ss. w a vwiuvi"
enee. , : i
He added that it also 'would be
at least 20 months before it '- Is
'technically possible" for.' the U-
nited States to supply. the Bean
Republic with tactical atomic wea j
pons;-"'-, .-. y,r
Bellicose. Emigrants Jahgle With Zone Law;
Hasty: Court Sentence Allows Danes To Sail
Twe Danish emigrants foa their set, was charted jointly with Paultoightup with the men; but Jen-
way to resettle in New Zealand al-
most missed their ship today, but
trer saved bv a natty' sentence
passed ia Balboa Magistrate's in Balboa from city and acted hen they refused to get I a t e
Court just .one hour before the a interpreter for bis Zl-year-oldjthe police car, the officer grab grab-shio
shio grab-shio sailed. - tuddy. I bed the jegged bottle, threw It off
They were due -to ssU oa the
Captain Cook at noon.
Friu P.Hansea. the i elder of
the nair new $40 lighter in poc-.
But Happies t
"Ths doctors say Tm la per perfect
fect perfect shspe. A fit person is a ton ton-tented
tented ton-tented person, rve always been
beary. My father was Vie and be
weighed 960 always a happy
asaa. His mother was bigger than
he was; she must hsve weighed
3S0. She brought sne up. She sev sever
er sever got angry er had a harsh
word, v -"I
Berer beHered ta diets. Once
ta settle aa argvment with a
friend, I tried taking reducing
appeine tncreatM. My
nattA IS: tSkS Hit St H -CO IT! ?!
with a smile. I can't afford to gnel against the
?ad. If I hit 0lT!fhT, I COulda't
new f. governors for Panama's
nine provinces is expected: jno-
menumy, according to the ta
bloid El Die. which quoted "in
The dela ouardia administra administration
tion administration has not so far made any
changes In these posts. ;s
- The tabloid also predicted that
Governors Alberto Aleman (Pan
ama), Jose Maria Gonzalez (Co-
ion) and Federlco Sagel tCluri tCluri-qul)
qul) tCluri-qul) would retain their posts.
Attorney Nicolas Perez, who is
charged with A rendering false
testimony in connection with
1955 presidential t assasSinat;on
was released from i all yesterday,
after posting $200 bail."
He had been in jail since Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon.:',." : , v
Former Finance Minister Al
fredo Aleman was quoted by La
Hora today as expressing satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction that the present Finance
Minister Ruben D. Carles was
bravely carrying on the trend
Aleman had started. '
- Aleman -emphasised, how
'ever, that Carles is more for fortunate
tunate fortunate than he was in getting
the General Administrator of
Internal Revenue to agree to j
expenses for Investigations
eutside, of Panama City, K
1 niL'A"xrf ZiYif.'t'JjnW fxv Of organizing: thpfr
'.S?,. -V.1Svl?a. .?'i!mployae in a new uAion which
at kn outlne held 'by a club com
nrlsed of emnloves of the 1 Nft
tjonal Brewery; of which Aleman
is ntr .general manager.
i'. u ;-f, -i .... i,- a; .1 . it
The' same tabloid predicted
today that the Panama Munici
pal council ;wouia oiscuss tne
controversial house and street
numbering .system, which .resi
dents find, confusing, at a reg
ular session tomorrow night.
i!rJt isj'i-. '"'"; 1
Former. Mayor Miguel Arigel
Ordonez, during whose, admin administration
istration administration the system was institu instituted,
ted, instituted, has been summoned to dhe
session to testify regarding the
awardinr of the contract for the
new system. ; ;
The Children's Hospital, bilit
nt Panto Tom as Hospital by the
Panama Lions Club and turned
on to the government, is bad
ly in need of repairs, El Panama
Amirica reported yesterday.
The report said there are
cracks in the wall of the h- -pital
and much of Its valuable
therapeutic equipment Is In
need X spare parts. '.
OrilV $40 a "month has been
appropriated for maintenance
purposes at the children's Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, El Panama America said.
-, . "t
The hospital waa built bv the
Lions dub with the proceed. of
the raffle of an apartment build
msen for failing to pay S1.1J to
a Panama cab driver at 1:30 this
neroin for takinc diem to Dock
Balboa Magistrste Judge Dem
ng fined each defendant SS and!
give them a five-day suspended
ail sentence on the conditioa that
ney pay the csooie,
in edditisn, Jsnssn,' Wde Was
cHarfsd with nisfsllr cerryins)
hwiwint). arms Ca knife, peliee
sid which was manufsctsrsd
fsr the sole pwrpsse e effanse
sr dstsnss) was ftnsd $2S and
efvsn snsther five-day ssntsnce
suspsodsd en the cenditisn thst
be Issve the IsthmtM within 34
According ta the cabbie s test!
bout, ths saea refutes U esy the
n in Murt t si it thev Bsid they
f ;rt it was toe high.
The cab driver testified ae pick-
A tkam aa 1 Straatf aiwl jrOVS
km ts n.Thos Hs said that Jen-'
ea flashed a knife and them boU
lea walked out of the cab witk-
ut paying the ti ll fare.
The cabbie called a policeman
jrfce was oa the pier and eemplain-j
Tut rc'-cfsaa ssid today
Oil Outfits; mli
A concentrated campaian to organize a new union
for all contractors' employes
vate rirms in the Canal xone, is beginning today.
According to William Sinclair; international repre representative
sentative representative of the American Federation vof State,; County
and Municipal Employes, AFL-CIO, the new union will
considered. the Panama Chapter of Local 907. i
Sinclair returned last night after spending two weeks
in Mexico City consulting with ORIT officials. (The Intef-
American Regional Organization, of Workers is affiliated
with AFL-CIO). ' k'( -r
The union representative
green light to go ahead with forming the new chapter. ;
Sinclair said he intends to call all contractors ana
representatives of private firms to a rOunrf-fnhle liriit-
sion later In the week. The, private, firms will include ship shipping
ping shipping agents, banks and oil companies operating in ths
Zone. ,, . . . .'v j .. !! .,ti.,i ....-,., ..,$.-',
Sindalf said he was preparing
to notify all private concerns
Mn3 rnntrrtr)r In t.h 7.nna nt
will operate in the Republic of
He said the ORIT officials told
him they had no objection to
the -plan, and sanctioned the or
ganization of a Panama chapter
of Local 907.
Sinclair noted that although
the local had two charters they
had only been usine- their Canal
Zone charter, with the organi organization
zation organization of the new local, they
will operate in Panama, making
use or their secona charter.
"We hope to give the Canal
Zone workers better protection
and service, and that. la why
-w are expanding," Sinclair
; stated today.1
lloha Toth Ciyen
By Hungary Court
VIENNA. April 8 (UP) A
Budapest court sentenced ilona
Toth and two associates in a
"counter revolutionary group-'
to death after an 18-day show
trial staged by1 Hungary's Stal Stalinist
inist Stalinist regime. :
Prison sentences were given to
two others. Journalist Oyula
Obertovzky igot a three-year
term and .author Jozsef Gall a
one-year sentence.. 1
The verdicts were first an
nounced by Prague Radio in an
official Czech News Agency dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Budapest.
m became very belligerent. He
' I .the Dane was holding a bro-
T rum bottle ia his hand.
ti ent aide and forced the two ia
i iastructed the cabbie to follew
tie m in to the" station.
- THe icmsn said fhet in Hie
police car, whkh was etandint
imdsmssth e light, be i neticsd.
Jsnsen avt hie bend in his pants,
: 1 tstd him I'd kill Mm if the
came at me with the knife," the ;
sitcoms) ssid Wt csvrt today.
Defending his buddy today, Haa-
ie told the Judge thst J e a s e a
hadn't intended using the knife a-
lainst anybody but that had beard
so much about the people here, ae
was carrying It as a safeguard.
Earlier in -the testimony, whea
Jensen was asked te enter ais ptea.
ae Baa .. cixaruny anaerstaaauig
what WS1 asked Of hilH.
Se Clerk of the Court John i Ml-
Schuldlg,?' (Guilty). s
Jensen's eyes then lit ap withlralar Association cf A-::'-t
nderstandinf. and be nodded in'Natkma d r-.re h-h t.-.s
Haasea said "we must be guO
v because we didn't know the
aefees chsrsed here by Ui :
. aw . ?3
an4 those working for pri
said that they aave him the
. Before metlnr with xontrac- -tors'
and. privatef inns' repre representatives,
sentatives, representatives, rinris v )tr.H,
filscuss t txa.j v i
eera ofXoci ap and Loi-i tu
Birpfher 0I2ncTr 0I2ncTr-Admili
Admili 0I2ncTr-Admili Iran (liirdcr
Of American Vcrnn
KARACHI, Pakistan, April I U
(UP) The Pakistan Ministry of
the Interior announced .today that
Ahmad Shah, brother )of Iranian
bandit king Dad Shah, has confess confessed
ed confessed he murdered Mrs.- Anita Car-
Ahman, captured In Pakistan
after a -desperate flight across the
border, said .Dad Shah himself :
wss killed on' April 3 In a cla h
with Iranian patrols., . f
Ahmad was captured with his
brother Mohammed over ths wpk-
end when Pakistani security fore.
es closed in on a splinter grour f
Dsd Shah's band. .
Iran immediatelv denmanrie"
tradition of the two bandit brok
ers. They were to be brought t
Baluchistan army headquarter at
yuasn, ior interrogation.
Earlier today gendarmerie c'p
Mas. Gen. Ah Qoli Colmra saLl in
Teheran Iranian authorities ao
had eight members of the br ..t -gang
in jtustody.-. . s jm
Open 3-Day Parlay
In San Francisco
SAN rrUNCTSCO.' Aprfl
rUP) Ambassadors of II Lt-
in American countries and -the
United States opened a thf?e thf?e-day
day thf?e-day conference here today to
discuss military security and trie
preservation of peace in .lit
western hemisphere, . l :
The ambassadors are dele"
gates to. the Organisation of A-
mericaa States Pan American
Union), which' is holding Ha
first Pacific Coast meeting in
observance of Pan Americas
- The group Is headed by Pr,
Pernando Lobo of Brazil, chair chairman,
man, chairman, of the council of the OAS.
represents the State DeparV DeparV-mer.t
mer.t DeparV-mer.t at the sessions. ....
The statesmen arrived tra
last night v two flights, the
second of which waa delayed ia
Denver.. Colo., when one plan
developed engine trouble and
the party was forced to change
The ambassadors tad a hnrf
scheduled planned for today,
following a press cor.TsrerKt
they were to be or"tfti:v tr-".
ed by Mavor Gort Crc---c;..er
at City HalL
Later-they will be hcrored hy
la luncheon glen by the Cen-
lambaaadoM ce c.-'1 trn
ito elect a Fan A '. rt
1957 from a t ---. cf r a : t-
iyrese Ui g t. : i
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'THIS IS YOUR FORUM THI RIADIRS OWN COLUMN V
i "V The Mail Bo it an open forum for readara of Tha Panama Amotlcaa.
: Wot ars racafva gratefully and are handled in a, wholly confidential
; ytumuto'irw-'"--- t
If jfoo contribute a latter, don't ba impafiant if It doesn't appear tha
Jisxt day. Lettora ara published in tha arder racaivad.
t Plana try to katp tha loiters limitad to ana paga length,
; Identity of bitter Writers is bald in atrictast confidence. -i
Thia newspaper aatumat no responsibility for statements or opinions
Rxprossad ia lettora from Madart, ;. ;
PILOTS IN CONTROL
A slap on the wrist of the usually-competent Panama Canal
Review for allowing a naughty misstatement to appear on Page
ain of the April Issue.
- 5 .Here, under a picture oi a towing locomotive, the Review
I "Tourists find the towing locomotives, which are called
'mules,' of particular interest. Above, E. J. Michaelis explains how
iriey are usea ior moving snips into tn ocks ana now operators
receive signals irom wwer. ,-,-: j
J To err is but human, I've been told, but a house organ of this
sort practically the official voice of the Administration Build-
. ing w snouia Know more arxmt its own Panama Canal than this.
We locomotive operators do not receive our signals from the
rower; we receive tnem irom snips or to pinpoint it more clear
if, irom. me piioi in cnarge aDoara uie ship.
i ; ".
, And ',Xr
Every j?me He Improves; He Falls Out of Bed Again
: SOUNDS AND SENSE
Even though the dictionary allows that the world "Carlb "Carlb-Man"
Man" "Carlb-Man" can ba pronounced the way CFN announcers and the
military brass on the Canal Zone do, I must, agree with Just
Purist that tha nraferrari nroniinctntlnn hv rwinnU nrffh anv Am.
ere of culture and education Is CarlbBEan. Webster's collegiate
dictionary will bear him out on that point.
V Even though It has been going on for some time, and al although
though although I make no great claim to be cultured, every time I hear
pronounced (sometimes muttered) over CFN ft grates on my
1 Before the Armed Forces radio station changed Its name
- M CFN, the only other times I had heard Caribbean maltreated
the way our armed forces announcers Insist on doing (un
doubtedly on orders from' the brass) was when It was uttered
by unlettered and uncultured West Indians and Southerners
', (the cultured, ones would never dream of such a pronuccla
by VICTOR RIISEL
It was lust a vear aeo last Fri.
day. A deluge of hot acid seared
my eyes. There was no warning.
Just splash aimed directly at
toe eyes and the face not lust
to burn and frighten, but to blind
ior peering too Closely. i.
It's been a long journey to the
end of the night. Now the total
darness is gone; Now there is
light. Now the sunshine has bro
ken through. I can "tee" its bril
liance when the. sky is unclouded.
It is a victory over darkness. And
somehow I feel it is a victory, too,
over those who lurk in the ina
There la victory in little things,
like bright noon fight. Sometimes
I will stand far a while my face
turned towards tha neons
"watching" the bursts of red
color switch on and off. Per this
ia movement I can now detect.
To vow hi the world of light It
may seem like a email comfort.'
To mo, It ia my total world of
"visual" motion these flashing
to by A Sensitive Ear
it does not seem that
of the announcers as-
' As to the comedy of errors referred
In his letter last week, I must say that
any educational background Is required
signed to CFN radio.
; I heard a recorded cigarette spot on HOG the other day In
which the announcer described the nroduct as having a "min "min-thor
thor "min-thor flavor. I was able to guess what he meant, but I mar marveled
veled marveled at his apparent unfamiliarltv with such an evervdav word
a "mentholi;-The-nex time I heard jthe announcement I
reeogniied ftholV,jpf Pne $ft CF's "star" amioiurr4i,d
thought pt thepoor yxample CSV Js putting, bef oft the JQlslish"-speakinrWnamanian-people:"
4 We know that only the enlisted men are used s announcer,
but let's, pier the best of our boys and at least let them tnr to
b half as good as the APRS bovs in Nw VnrV an Ta (nru.
After all, a nice voice Isn't the only thing that makes an
aanouncef not that the majority of voices heard on CFN are
what you could consider good, or even pleasant,
t f Another Purist
It all seems symbolic. The dark
ness cone, the sun breaking
through, the flashing red warning.
the attention-impelling signals, tne
shadows bow and then on the arc
of light that is my world of sight
For that night of the add at
tack there seemed only darkness.
Men who knew they could not live
iby bread alone, knew, too, that
they could not do without their dai
ly bread. Yet they Were beholden
to diamond-studde men of power
for the right to toil. They had no
where to turn-to ease their an anguish
guish anguish and pain which was Sharp
as mine. For them, too, it has
been a long Journey to the end of
the night. For them, too, the day
light, has burst through- .,r"
i 1 ,
y BRIW" PIARSON
Spend It Wisely
By PETER EDSON
PANAMA'S HEALTH STANDARDS
c ? So Panama- wanted to take caw of its' own beaith
sanitation, and the diplomats, discarding the lessons taught bv
Wch men of science as General Oorgas. turned this responsibtl-
tnj vau ua uicm.
; now-wnat so we nave? Mosoulfoes and .flls, and in due
. course., malaria, yellow fever, dvsenterv and all the diseases
woicn pmguca raimma ior centuries before the Ort riean-TJn
1 are we going to do about it? Annarently Panama's
vmuo, auvui, wwen we near bo mucn. is not great enough to
. tama.rr une people wno snouia oe responsiDie rare.'
' i. iVii.1 v; V "" jno rne anites nr tneir chiiilren nne
wwua uuiiK fcnas uiey couia louow tne simple aten set out for
""'w mi won or rjg sman jtnmns
t propaganaa points prilefullv tn the health sfnd-
ril m S"1"""', n? now tnt tounsts are discovering ih nlace
l22J!??iL5.u "J188 ve them go home scratching bites and
y4fuiK uctci .hi returns
V W V.t -r . .
JkJZ LX 1 c2.m. nooi aoout Panama's tourist trade. It
KZImZT T .i"n5J w : -But 1 aon nt my family
.vTuTl .0 'r.ur" ?r reyer. ana i aon't want, the
: tiMut of th; VduTt.. 01 the ltck 0f
r SERVING THE AMERICAS FOR OVER A CENTURY
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PERU and CHILE
t "SANTA OUVIi Sails Cristobal. AarO la
: TKn sSS ciSnsS IS 1!
- LCISA- Sails Cristobal, April 17
' TO NEW YORK
if" SfHI4 StCIUA 8lta Cristobal, April f
?t Crlatobat April 17
M. "SANTA MAKGAftrTA ....Sails Cristobal. April U
FROM VS. PACIFIC WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO THE PANAMA CANAL
S A 'SANTA CTtCr ...Dm BaTbaa. Aarfl 11
SA -SANTA IXONOK- ....... ....gn SrEt ijS 11
TO WEST COAST CENTRAL "AMERICA and U.S.
- 1 V. S. PACIFIC PORTS
8 A -SANTA CRCr ...Sn Ofatkei an so
.8ila Cristobal, May It
The old brutal order seems to
be changing. As in ancient times,
the Senate's mishty voic jpeaks
for the people and has begun try
lng the tyrants in the market
place. A horrified leadership" of la labor
bor labor reclaims its heritage by warn warning
ing warning that there no longer, will be a
"labor business" just as there is
hardware or a real estate busi
ness. There wul be only a laoor
movement for all not for lust a
ft fAnoaftFmanP bearlni V'ttir
llim the wounds of the tyrants, is
developing a pattern tor tne rest
of labor to xoiiow. ne is ,nuwr
Reuther, not always the most, a-
urppd.with labor leader." He has
developed a special "court of ap
peals" for members of nis giant
Auto Workers' Union to seek out
when thev feel aggrieved. T h
court's decisions will be at bind-
in b an are the decisions of an im
nartial arbiter on union and com
oanv. Thus we have the creation
of the imoartial high court to han
dle grievances of members against
the union Itself.
Amrnie- those Walter Reuther tel
ephoned for this high court of the
people were aionsignor uitrii
Hiffffins. of the National Catholic
Welfare Board In Washington; Dr.
George Taylor ox tne university
of Pennsylvania; Dr. Clara; err.
Chancellor of the Unlveralty of
flalifnrnla t Prof. Edwm W 1 1 1 e,
one executive secretary m w
mission which set up the aa
tional social security program; Ra
Hi ArfW nf DetroiL and a promi
nent ProtesUnt dignitary. At leaai
four ofthese men have accepted.
SA -SANTA rr
1&m Cargo at Cristobal
PANAMA AGENCIES GO. I
OtlSTOBAl: zill 213$ PANAMA: 1-0554. J4iS7
BALBOA: 5 J15J
--t ta:a.aa aa mmm.
Here ara leadlna churchmen
mt .ii faiths, and men. of tha o-
jam. above the preaowro of
politics end atrosa of Industrial
life. Moat ef thonrbeva said
thav would, serve, as has a mid
west Negro JudflO whose Bsmo
moot regwany. nor w, "!
.1 tmmmtbMr WoH COUft.
They are In aU pari of ft lend.
Mrun '' m Tsnk-and-file member
believes he has not received Jus Justice
tice Justice from a special Jury ay stein
hi.k win da.ut tm under tne
wiuvu f .... 1.
same wan by tne.UAw a u w
..1. ha tn tako US CBB '0
mrim offipo in the union's BatlOB-
.1 (...rimiartM-a which, in turn,
n ..ir mm nr two of these eler-
ivmen or scholar or junnn w
iT.nr tho ease in their sectwa m
un.. a.,ii wirial avatem will be
dUcloted this coming week at the
Auto Workers' convention i u
.i. hm iiioi a.uuw owe-
gates will probably approve U aft after
er after they hear attacks on the rack-k-
Rr Meanv. Dave Du-
binsky and Al Hayes, .director of
theAFL CIO Ethical Practices
Committee. ; (-
If all labor follows, there wul be
no clouds across ue sua.
'ILl 9 nam a
WASHINGTON (NEA) The coldl
fact Is that the Eisenhower ad
ministration has no very definite
ideas on just whst it will do to
save the Middle East from, Com
munist aggression. There was no
master plan all set and ready to
go the minute congressional ap
proval put ue xasennower uoc uoc-trine
trine uoc-trine in force r . (. .(,.-'..-.
The President urged full speed
when he asked Congress to ap
prove his new Mill-East .policy
statement Jan. S.-kMs w.v-..),
It took Congress two months to
act. The world ia now on notice
that the UJS. will use ha armed
forces to help any nation request.
tag assistance in repelling Com Communist
munist Communist aggression. Se if Ruksia
starts a war there tomorrow,
we're' ia lt.! .,.,y". s
But it will be at least two
months, or mid-May, before this
year's 200-mnlion. dollar .economic
and military aid program for the
begin to take
TION must wait for its special
aaviser. xormer jtep, James P.
Richards (DSC) to m a k e his
grand tour of the Middle East. He
will visit 18 countries," spending
about three davs in each. v This
isn't much time to straighten out
prooiems mat nave defied solu
tion tor some thousands of year
thirds cannot finally commit
the United States to spending any
money m any oi tne 18 countries
be will visit. The most he can do
is cable back recommendations.
The hope is that Washington may
then be able to atari a few emer emergency
gency emergency projects.' '.i1- .,--.s.r!
i Even -this is limited by amend'
menta which Congress wrote into
tha original draft of the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower doctrine. Congressional An-
propriations, Foreign and Military
AXiairs 'Committees must be giv given
en given ; 15-day notice of any Intent- .to
spend any money.
r urmermore, if Richards should
announce that ha favored a 10-mil-
ADMINISTRA-ilion-doIlar aid Droeram in th first
country me visits, ail the other-17
would feel hurt if they didn't get
the same, i- -"'.-vv-' r,
FUNDS NOW AVAILABLE for
the Middle East under the new
WASHINGTON U.S. officials
were, greatly interested to-; learn
that Soviet dictator Khrushchev's
fon-in law, Alexander Startsev,
waucea unannounced into tne offic
es of the National '. Aprienltiiral
worxers union in Washington, D.
ue oiner afy ana started ask asking
ing asking :i' Questions about :. Americin
'atansev, whose official title is
First Secretary of the Soviet Em
bassy, was accompanied by anoth-and the extent of inflation
er Russian aipiomat identified as xhe President has pubuciy ask.
Victor Xomplektov. They explain-Jcd for authority to appoint a corn corned
ed corned casually that they represented tuttee of bankers, finance experts
M iurai m wasuius- ai, to mvesugate tne tight mon
"With him say he's a straightfor
ward, tough negotiator.
BANKERS LOBRY OPERATES
Whilte the Senate Rackets' Com
mittee was getting the; headlines,
White House pressure was bewa
put on Congressional leaders re
garding an investigation iota
something far more lundamntsi
jr-the cost of living, tight money,
But oner day 5 after he 'returned
rom Ber'miidarThe was informrl
"The of a roadblock "erected by one of
i4e most respected men on Cam.
When NAWU president H. L.
Mitchell asked which one. Start.
sev hesitated, then replied
They explained that thev nouM ii uiiirmoccn.il. wi,t d
like, to know .about the. problems man of Texarkana, Texas. ?
-friCnltural w.urk5s" .'I Wtmaa proposed that Congress
Mitcheu gave them some back- conduct its own tight money
ground 'od his small union which probe, argued that an investigation
was started by southern sharecrop-1 jminated by bankers would only
uuurse me ugnt money poucies
pers m 1934.
"wnat', asked Komnlpktov s u .u L
he"- comnositinn nf aorlciiltiiroll r .j V.; . 1
uif , "V 1 wuewiM8ennower, on nis re-
wui nera t ...... lira from RurmnJ, ant u.j
"What do you mean bv comoo- .. '
sition?" asked Mitchell.:, r aH .rV
'He means race or national!. t"""" UWU " 1
ties," explained Startsev.' I "Wo ar- ahn.it an wo. .i,
MitcheU said most aericultural a m.ww i" TE. r".".." "..I
and .Mexicans m the Southwest i.Uiuhn.M.. 5
The dictator's son-in-law t h arirrh.r.?.ffl 'Is1??
wanted to know about the mem-tfyZ
bershlo requirements. Mitchell ex. -" ? .TfS .aam
Plained that any farm worker 16 Vu soUmv behmd the nian?rf
year, old or over could join the S ilfrfJWS planncd 1
ue launched some caustic criti.
Startsev asked about th numh-r
or members and was told only 50,
uuu oi tne nation s
"Why are thev
asked the Russian
number of members and wa told
only 50,000 of the nations 2,000, 2,000,-030
030 2,000,-030 farm workers are oreanized.
Why are thev not in unions?"
asked, thft Russian
ism- ot we raiman orobe as .a
'political" .'scheme to embarrass
2,000,000 farm irfmiic,r,; tj: r.
organized ? ; r .:z":.ZT ww
not In .rntnn.V I T ? "f" COmmU-,
. ... 'jjij.-f- I " Dl,uJ' -uotat puumeB, ne con 'I
w that t h el niuio oujeciwe ana i
BANKING PROBE, IS DEAD
Joe Martin, however. reckoned
rs were scattered and were notUf the Admmistration weri at that
hat union h-.rtm,.rf-r'. iZ'""": ",n oisiance. pnone
xVaM''". naa gone out to bankers
atwt tn WmHiS h ti,.-XB1U naa gone out to Dankers in
fa n,l!tt Ahff tA" Southern cities nearest Washing-"ntKffv??-
tm to come to Washington im.
resolution are 200 million dollar. ""r".."!" mediately -and switch Democratic
from this vear'a nnallooaurf tn. i- !....... '1 ..::: votes.
n leave. :-.---ti
eign aid and military assistance
. ' v V i.nHt h. 'V r "v: u. r;i" ywgia ana lennessee
NormsHy. these funds w a ., I ri 1h-7 r through the halls of
have to be allocated bv Anrii an T "TiJ "aVT.': .Tl -ii fedurwg the White
But Congress haa in effect extend: i'fl."" '.A I:." frence, calling- Congres
ed the allocation .period to Juryremted'ih all aaturai"i?T'TO'f'toem t0
20.lf -the Mid. East-aid & 1 .f?,a,f .WW; "iSarast the Patmaa probe.
!?J As a result, bankers, from North
uu ooum iarouna. virsinia.
iiie Dangers loubv was success.
fu. Thirthyeight Democrats, iargp.
y from the South, deserted Speak
roiling oy men, it wfll be doing' Mitchell reported the visit to the
ftn-'Sf til wlffw'" x-pfcted ye Department : whicl, was at
1 One of the biff talkine nmnta fnr tI. - i.
lha Eisenhower doctrine was that v 'ctonceUirushchev t s'siS1 B"J1tofvota White
it would require no new funds. rrt ;iv Congressional
That fits all -right for this year ,!,0,5v de.lth wiitnr h.
cultural prooiems, n
but not for future years.
What this means is. that Rich Richards
ards Richards will not be able to commit
the United States onany lone-
range projects that would require
. Thia la the ideal time to visit Lima.
Tfc city and beaches bathed in
r sun offer innumerable attractions.
' to travallera. Spend days el enchant.
tnent making this wonderful trip by
Panagra. And bow you can de H
otinf Panafra'a tensatJcmal pay later
plan. Remember you can choose,
between two top eervket: daily de deluxe
luxe deluxe 1 Inter Americano, flying ra-'
dar equipped DC-ra, or thrifty El
ea AJmKMi-cACt Atfwan
' " ; i
Soe your Trevol Aeon or fonogro's eTcn Pone mo Agoncos Co.
Ccl',9 1" N 3 ToL 20556 20557 Ponomo, R. P.
probe of high, interest rates.
as demanded :LT """". u
more emw nrrtdiiMihn-.n .nr. J."""vu w "S"" an.
ed the exchange of Rusiso and JkedS.'hfrt fr.
American .farmers in 1955. His M Ati ?hCK"S ,c"f,
ann.in.lanr In Waahinotntt h.a mci niu
reputation of being,, a studious,
hard-working diplomat American
tir Officials who have 'negotiated
additonal appropriations over sev
eral years.-,.-;'.'v,.f -.' ;'.- : y
There are aU kinds of fancy
plana sitting around i on govern government
ment government shelves', for creating a Jor Jordan'
dan' Jordan' Valley -authority, harnessing
the Blue Nile and resettling all
the Arab refugees.
The trouble, is. all these big 1-
dess require iriternatioaal treaties
before they can be put into effect.
Repeated efforts to get these a a-areements
areements a-areements during recent years
have been completely futile. --t
WHAT THIS IS TAKEN
mean is mat anytmng mcnara
recommends will have .to be
short-range project, like road
building. Railroad and waterways
develooment take too Jong.
Accompanying Kicnaras as nis
principal aides will be I Wade
LAtnrum, oeputy assistant secre
tary of state for Middle East Af
fairs, "and Cedric Seager, south A-
sia and African regional director
for International Cooeration Ad-
ministration. Both are .familiar
with all past Middle East project
ICA Director John b. Hoiuster
got some suggestions for new proj
ects ixora mo counines ne visuea
on his recent three-week trio a
round the .world. But Hollister
said on his return that one of his
main purposes was "to cool peo
ple off a little" on the Idea that
there was a new 200-million-dollar
jack pot being opened up, and
that every country should hurry
ana iry to grao au uey can.
never put through the bankerl in.
vestigation proposed by Ike.. :
Note Here is the list of Demo
crats who deserted their party to
vote with the bankers:
Abbitt, Gary, Robeson, Smith
and Tuck. Virginia: Abernathv.'
ioimer, wiiuams ana w instead,
Mississippi; Alexander, Barden,
Kitchin and Seott, North Caroli-'
na; Ashmore, Dora, Hemphill, Ri Riley
ley Riley and Rivers, South Carolina; ;
Bass and Tom Murray, Tennes Tennessee;
see; Tennessee; Mrs.' Blitch, Davia, F 1 y a t,
Forrester, Lsndrum and Vinson, )
Georgia; Haley, Herlong, Rogers i
and Sikes, Florida; Andres, Ala-;v
bams: Dempsey. New Mexico: He;
bert, Louisiana: Jarman. Oklaho'
ma Nnrrell ArVsncaa Afnr1M
10 New York;-Thomas, Texas; and
waiter, Pennsylvania. s
B'RDCACE BONNET Eye Eyecatching
catching Eyecatching item ia tbo spring col col-lection
lection col-lection of English bat designer
Sim on a Mirman, Just unveUtd
In London, is this wire bird bird-csre
csre bird-csre bonnet, corrr'e't wirli
bird pep;r.i through i'j cro- a.
A A kt -; :-
doslga' ta sottl V ..
aflw, only ', Vf '
WM P S.oa. l 1"
sitllas r '- """ -T
RABBI NATHAN WITHIN (left), Mrs. Hallie F. Moran,i staff librarian: for' ui:. Array'Carib-
Kan in4 T.f ; rnl T.ci -fj WOori phipf of Rnepfnl fisrvlP.n IT H Armv narlhhaan lnnlr- nvr
several selections of the books donated to U.S. Army Caribbean libraries by the Hillside,-N. J.,
and Baltimore, MdServe-a-Camp organizations; Approximately : 1000 volumes were donated by
v,m nrff&ntxfttiona which ars Sponsored bv the Jewish Women's Organization nf Baltimore.
Md. r ' (U.S. Army Photo)
Sbori Hears Rumor, Of!Deal)
To Block Civil Rights Bill
WASHINGTON. April 8 (UP Seven votes would be reauired
Rep. Richard Boiling (D-Mo) said .or r approval .. by ( the 12-member
too ay ne nas neara rumors xnai i mmiuee. t y
Proves Death Trap;
2 Ifavy Men Perish
8."dear' Das Deenmaoe to diock
passage v of President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's .civil 'rights bill this year.
Boiling, a leading backer dt tne
bill, said he would put the rumors
to a test tomorrow at a meeting
of the House Rules Committee.
He said he will move to call up
the ; controversial measure for
immediate hearings and clear clearance
ance clearance to the House floor.
"There have been a lot of
rumors that ay deal has been
made to delay it," Boiling 1 told'
reporter. "We will try to find
out v about that on Monday."
' Obi'ectr Delay '
The object of the ''reported
"deal,'.' Boiling said, is to delayiCmdr; Raymond D. Boyd, 38, of
House passage of the bill' so long West Atlantic Citv. N. .1 anH
that the Senate would postpone! Abraham Spector, of yPhiladel-
acuon unm next jreafc '' pnia. .Bom men were assigned to
Jfarties to, the arrangement, u tie Carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt
such exists, presumably would belduing five-da v fleet evaluation
Republicans and Southern Demo- exercises-
Nominated To Run
Against His Father
'MANILA, 1 April (UP)
"roup of congressmen todav en
doraed House Speaker-sfOse Laur
el jr., as running mate for Presi
c'snt Carlos P. Garcia in the No.
vember: elections-even though it
-Mgbt mean campaigning against
Laurel's father, Jose Sr., is en
ierea ; in me presidential race
VHow can;' I accept an offer to
become the President's, running
mate at this time when mv father
. ... i i .t. tr :.
JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. April g1,." K..-Se..C?BS?c?'
mPiA m n'WA.-:i.--,,.,':''M'-.i!fu-'"w ne ue-
crashed InTohV Atlantic Ocean Z7aTAT'
and. a helicopter crewman who Ir0m tBe
went to his aid drowned yester
day wnen the pilot's parachute
opened into-a, death trap rather
man j mesaver.
The navv identified is thu twn
victims of the freak accident as
,, By ERSfCINE JOHNSON ',' ',
; .: HQLLyWOOD-NEA)---;'Bol
rvvniin f in i. v xiic&o
' Gremlins than, Oscars March 27
whenNBO turned, its TV came cameras
ras cameras on -the-. annual Acadamy A-
wards. The Wfthow, was rou rou-'
' rou-' tine for 100 technicians -more
than there ,werev,nominee3-but
'-as Producer iBil) .Kayden said;
It'i the; humane element that
concerns us the most. We know
what we're -doing., but do the
neople7' : vf
Mor deine tioi ?ALovt
tuev" will be an hour- every
month next season.. Note from
Dan Duryea: "Wish.we could tee
just one vrestern son TV where
the toum doctor is not adrunk."
I'd like to see lust one western
tm TV without a town floctor
Peoplt are funny and,.-o re
This; ; was supposed to hare
been the last 'season tor "People
Are Funny -the yeteran radio
show which switched to TV; But
since eliminating .the pie-in-the
face wild stunts and. replacing
" them with Kimmicks that Drove
people are naturally funny, the
show s rating has been rooming.
"Now 'ftVbeen renewed for
next season, host. Art Llnkletter
told me, -and maybe it will, just
00 on forever:
LIKE LANA 'TURNER, "who
was recently on Bob Hone's- TV
show. Barbara Stanwyck la about
, to reverse her usual ."No" to TV
oriers.rHear she'll say "Yea", to
a. iumea Playhouse 90, show, v
People have' seen so many of
. my out movtesi on TVirm sure
iney think I'm dead."
Blllie : Burke laughed -It in -re
.porwpsr, that; she's very- much
'SiITls. cnwirJng. and active
71. She's a 55-year veteran of
me stage, movies and now TV.
1 oinv. 1 J
of TV science fiction telefilms:.
"Out of This World. Back' In
10 Minutes. j
rV'';. ; -',' :
Bint 1 Croshv'n lnrt fin rv nr111
star in two big TV shows In Lon-
aon aunng a 10-day Army fur furlough
lough furlough slated for this month
" THERE'S-A WKnrWi'irt Vi
vian Blaine's future when she
completes her road tour In "Hat-
fut Of Rain. PrnnnaMT'nlnf A
Broadway jnusical comedy star
"Peck's ad Boy"; la the latest
BntrV in Hollvwnnrf' hnnmlncr
tilm-for-TV Industry : 1,4 Buddy
tester is nipping it in nis Las
VeMnnfe'hf-. cliih if.' ....
1 1" just made two 12-inch rec-
oro. wt secona inouant. tt was
12 two-inch records. Well. 1 can
always use them 1or buttons!'
teo Guild's' telling tabobt
writer who was arguing wh. a
TV producer over keepinsr a, cer certain
tain certain line In a script "The-line
must' come ou t1 because H
changes the .'meaning of .. the
play;" the producer said. To
which the writer replied:
"PieftSo 1k.' tn It In ?T'm
sentimental about. It?" i- You; see.
its tne last ? line left iront ,the
original story.j y
INGRID BERlintA v nii nns.5
TV rshe'll be happy to star In a
filmed TV drama if it.' fHmorf
in EurOnei Th nf nmrV will h
sending her scripts In a ;. few
weess. t if .r;
Whv film stlidlotr ar rinmnlnv
all ; of ; those ;.old movies 'onto
home .(UTn (f.vnn Hn(
know. MOM, so far has pocketed
Jiedy Lamarr. shown ai Joaa
. of Arc in. Warner Brothers'
-The Story of Mankind," is
! making scattered appearance
lately to prove that she's still
; on of Hollywood's most beau-
tiful performers: While hap-
pily married to Texas oil'
; baron, semirelired Hedy admits
; a sod role ran bring her before
,' the cameras again.
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Its new.' collection of
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Goes Lalin-from ; Tj f
-..Manhattan li?t J$ rv
to bring you the (wV V
j gayest, moat ' ,y
v exciting fashions --t t,' .-.V. .k
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Found exclusively, at ..- .
Sarah Fashions AttA V
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crats. Boiling indicated.
The. Southerners simply don't
want the bill passed.. Republicans,
according to Boiling's theory,
would like to see Senate Demo Democrats
crats Democrats spread their civil rights
differences on the record in the
1958 election year.
Officials at ; ,th : -, Jaftrsnnvillo
Naval Air Station ; said that
Boyd's F8 i U Crusader -t-nliincrsH
into .the ocean about 20 miles east
of here immediately: after it was
catapulted from the deck of the
Roosevelt, apparently as a rMnit
f M -l-. : .1!"
yi jiuwer lanure.
An, informed Rapublican sourest' The nlana spMIpiI fait ln
said he knew of no such lielicopter rushed to thn arena anH
agreements. T J IBoyd was taken aboard on a
icauuo sung, i as me. sung was
' Another key Republican, Rep.
Kenneth B. Keating (NY) said be
would "vigorously oppose'1 any
further delay on the measure, v
The bill would tighten- federal
safeguards' around the1 -voting
rights of Negroes and step up
enforcement of other civil rights
guarantees; f ..
Rules Chairman Howard f'W,
Smith (D-Va) is a key figure in
tne Southern 1 opposition to ', the
measure.' Smith has left 'no doubt
of his-intentions to take his time
with the bill. But he h conceded
the pro-civil rights majority will
vote to. ciear it to tne nouse.
Th immediate- question is how
soon this will come about. Boil
ing's object is to clear the bill
before April 18, when the House
starts a long Easte recess.
' Bollina said he would ;' move
tomorrow to set a date for start starting
ing starting and ; concluding ; hearings on
the bill. : This would set the, bill
up for prompt House action ,1m-
nediateiy, after the recess.
' Bollina said he has been as
sured of five votes on his motion.
being retracted Into the het;
ter, Boyd'a paraobute accidently
opened and .filled, with air. Be Because
cause Because of strong jwinds, the para parachute
chute parachute threatened to pull Boyd
back Into the ocean. x-
The helicopter lowered th kHnw
to -the surface of v the water and
Spector climbed C down- a rope
ladder from the helicopier to cut
the parachute n away, However,
Spector became entangled in the
parachute shrouds.; and. the two1
men were pulled under the water.
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Next to the' Lottery bulldipf
Central Avenue No. 10-30
Phone l-llll 2- J-1C4 i
31 million dollars from on-the-shelf
Jack Benny will stick -to his
usual number of TV shows 'nest
seasonhalf film, half in. ASi
he sauu ritt amice, easy toay
to do TV and stilt get a rating
He believes the added nice 0 a
liva show is better than all on
celluloid: -x,-.' v
Elvis Presley. I hear, is all set
to make his last TV appearance
before reporting to- the Army on
the Phil Silvers show. If he goes
for the gag. Phil will teach him
the art of gold-bricking and
Elvis will teach Phil how to wig wiggle
gle wiggle those hipa. , 1
THE WIZARD OF
and His Marie Jrlo
-IN0W rf. Widest JlitMecojfUntf
. iX f.Buy your "BIC3' Conoerl
ivnvfc bttl I I
Reserved teats $2.00
I General Admission
$1.50 and $1.00 ',
Via Espafia ft 45th Bella Vista
247 Central Ave., Calidonla
Bellisimm , w A prety Lmtin eoiuoetitm t
Cremttd 0J Shrr ie Sua, wuk the ddumey lovely s
lactond fineivtrle4 tacking ess bodice
that fhms into full unpreued pleated skin. C V
SptukU buttoned tabi extend over the shoulders
mud plunge to e deep Vim the bodice back, endi
a perky bow. In tropical colors V. -'.
- Do your buying at Sarah Fashions with
' Calmness and comfort.
; . . Camj Aletre Building- .Via ErpaJU
Arrast from the EL PANAMA Hotel ; t"
Ample parking epare TeL J-T472
IT IS COMING SOON!!
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Ths Second Drawing cf "th Additional Prizes. of the. Cand Raffle in Benefit of
the Parochial School of Chorrillo:
' (Four Dollars a ticktt of five ciphers with two chances on each ticket)
. SUNDAY, APRIL 21
1st Prizes An 8-Pa8sengert 4-Door, Ford Station Wagon $3785.00
?nd Prize: An Automatic Frigidaire Washing Machine . $ 425.00
3rd Prize. A High Fidelity v. . . ; .$ 400.00
r r Total Value of these prizes . . I ;, . $4610.00
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PERUVIAN AMBASSADOR AND WIFE FETED AT MANY PARTIES
ON EVE OF DEPARTURE FOR NEW ASSIGNMENT IN MEXICO v K '
Tbm Ambassador of Peru in Panama and Mrs. German Araraburu, who will be leavinf
Soon for Mexico, are being feted at a round of parties. ,-
Mr. and Mrs. John Moses of Ei Cangrejo gare a dinner part? in their honor at tho
Union Club Saturday night. Other guests were the Ambassador of Uruguay FeJix Poller!
Carrto and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Erasmo de la Guardia, Mr. and Mrs. Juan Galindo and
Mr. sund Mrs. Charles Crawioro.
t Tonight the Minister of Govern Govern-ent
ent Govern-ent and Justice Max Heutematte
and Mrs. Heurtematte ana Mr. sna
.Mrs. Juan Galindo wui give a par
3? at the Qalindo's home.
! TAtnnrrnw at 1 O.m. Mrs.
Charier H. Crawford will give
tnr the Peruvian Ambas
"sador and Mrs. Aramburu in the
private dining room of the Tivoii
uuen Mouot v
; Former avarnor
Mj. 0n. Schley
' M1or General Julian L. Schley
former Governor of the Canal
Zone and member of the Board of
Directors of the Panama Canal
Co.; and Mrs. Schley, are arriving
ioday aboard the SS Cristobal. Al
XEARN That New FAD
v : ; from TRINDDAD
HARNETT & DUNN
so a member of the ad hoe conv
mittee on Canal capacity. Gen.
Schtey is coming to attend the
meetings of this committee to be
held this month. Gen. and Mrs,
Schley are to stay af the Tivoii
Guest House. I
Four year old Nancy Arnold of
New Cristobal has her first piece
of Chinese furniture a handsome
chow bench which she won in the
Chine se Auction at the Fenny,
cial on aaturuay evening at tue
The enow bench was donated to
the Caribbean College Club by
Mrs. C. tt. Townsnenu to net
raise funds for the Club's annual
scholarship award to a graduate
of Cristobal High School.
Uiapei oy me woaasiue a wa
ter color painted and donated, by
Mrs. vera fner, was won Dy
Mrs. ROnald W. Owen of Old Cm
Mrs. J. H. Geslnk of Brazos
Heights claimed the M y s t e r
ODO-RO-HO . beeaut no mirror
tan Ml you all you thould know
aoout your cKarm!
Be sure of yourself
u Instantly, Odo-Ro-No banishes
unpleasant odor, checks perspi-
' ration gives yon the feeling of
. "morning-bath freshness"; all
day. all evening. Safe, too,
xor sun and clothes becaum
Ht, J doctor. r
Atauaou m yream or Spray
The refreshing Smoke
Prize, a pair of carved Bali heads
donated by Mrs. W. E. Rushing,
president of the College Club:
xThe set of twelve linen napkins
was won by Mrs. John H. Stevens
of Margarita, ; i
More than150 other gifts donat donated
ed donated by members of toe College
Club were won by tome of tne
several Hundred people who were
present at the Penny Social.
Miss 'ihelma Godwin was Gen
eral Chairman for the Penny- So Social,
cial, Social, and Mr. A. t Kaymona was
master of ceremonies tor the eve
tutertainmnet in a gay mood
was provided by -Miss Barbara
Gegg, soprano soloist; Miss Ma
ritza Tagaropulos, piano soloist:
and the CtiS Comoo, consisting oi
uiuuiDson, jcacue raDon, ana jun
Punch.' coffee, and cookies were
dispensed ty iuis. n. jlkidie-
mas and her. committee, lnere
was a continuous line df anglers
at Mrs. J. A. JBiaUiowsjus': r l s h
Uhe .Caribbean College Club
wishes to thank all who contribut
ed to the success and gaiety of
this fith Penny Social, ihe. pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds will furnish a scholarship to
a Cristobal High School senior, to
oe named at uie scnooi a Awards
AT JEWELRY EXHIBIT Shown at the ooenlnsr of the Harro- wint '.TmW nvhiMt ?
which; casa Fastllch staged t El Panama Hotel Saturday morning in honor of the visitor
to the Second Inter-American Medical Convention are left to right Mrs. Omlta Jimenez. Mrs.
Dora Fastllch and Mrs. F. Canavagglo. ,
Day in May.-
Mrs.' Mildred Hammend
Her prom Miami
Mrs. Mildred Hammond of Mia
mi Fla. is visiting on the Isthmus
as we nouseguest oi ner sister
add'broUier-iu-law Mr. and Mrs.
K. W. Stoudnor of Balboa.
A former resident of the Isth
mus, Mrs. Hammond is the daugh daughter
ter daughter f Mr. and Mrs. M. M. bet
ley of Gamboa.
William Oliver s
Will Be Instrwcter '
At Cornell University 'l
William ouver. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter OUver of Balboa, has
accepted an. lnstructorship at Cor Cornell
nell Cornell University,. 1 1 h i a, 'JL Y.
where he is doing graduate work
for his doctorate 1 in Drama. He
wui teach American Drama. His
tory of Drama and will direct two
major stag productions at the U-1
niveUy during the a a d aa d
year iw w.j -in 4 ?
The college play, scheduled for
production on Wednesday, has
been cancelled, according to an
nouncement from the office of the
Dean of the college today. Thea Theatre
tre Theatre patrons who had already pur
chased tickets may secure refunds
by returning the tickets to the
college office or by telephoning the
college ooice iitaiDoa zwo). Ar
rangements' will be made to pick
up the tickets ana retuna tne mon
ey paid, complications which pre
vented the holding of final rehear rehearsals
sals rehearsals caused the cancellation.
The Fort Clayton Officers' wives
.lub held-its monthly luncheon
meeting April 2 at the Fort Clay
ton Officers' Club with Mrs. Da
vid Ramsey presiding and Mrs
John. Keeney and Mrs. Claude P,
Magfath acting as hostesses. :
1 With Easter as a general theme
for decorations and table place
ments, forty members welcomed
guest Mrs. Irene Fontaine,, moth
er-of Mrs. Elmer Grubbs. and
Mrs.' C. B. McMath. Jr., -guest of
Mrs. Ralph A. Jones-New mem
bers welcomed by the club includ included
ed included Mrs. Leroy Sarzood, Mrs. John
Templeton, Mrs. John R o o n e y,
ands Mrs. John porter all ot
whom recently arrived in Panama
from the U. S.
Proceeding the meeting, at 10:30
a.m., tne memoers ot tne ciub
were taken on -a tour of the Re
public of Panama National Distil
lery; As guest of the distillery
they were met by Miss Cortez, of
ficial representative of the distil distillery,
lery, distillery, and other of its officials.
At the luncheon-meeting, the
members of the Club sat at tables
decorated in a tropical Easter
motiff with the head table holding
a 'Horn of Plenty."' floral center
piece of tropical blooms, and co-
lorea eggs to tne caster iraamon.
At four-place tables, members of
the club were- served a chicken
casserole topped with, a c r u s t
shaped like an. Easter bunny.
Each table featured pink and yelr
low flowers central thrfme co colors
lors colors for the meeting.
The door prize, a gift certificate
from the Felix Maduros store in
Panama City.iwai won .by ..flrsj
The ; second, 1957 preparatory
llalives Undcrco US
CHICAGO. Aoril 8 fUPl Six
class tor C'ontu-mation will beeia'JHarshall Island natives. sufferms
sooni aiier nasier, Kev. William loe-pinched feet, are 1 undergoing
w. jpaiawin, priest, in cnarge ot Jiaiauon tests at Argonne wation-St,-
Andrew's Episcopal thurch, i.l Laboratory. inf connection with
Cocoli, announced yesterday. ? lieir exposure to radioactive fall-
In an address to the t St. An- tat in the 1954 Bikini hydrogen
uiewv cuuyregauun at tne it a.m. explosion . ;.
Eucharistic Celebration, Bishop R.j 1
Heber Gooden ; welcomed the 11 The natives arrived at the
new communicants he confirmed stomic lab in suburban 'Lemoht
and received earlier in the. serv- Vhursday.They were invited to
lc!L Umte4 States by the govern-
ihe 11 members of the recent- mnt fnp tn mniins tat in
iy compieiea preparaiory c i a s i radiation, and were flown by
presented to the Bishop were: ONavy plane from their homes on
N.s. Werner .J o n s o n, Frederick ,the islands of Maiurn' anS Utirik.
WiUiam Whitney. Harry Bradford
wnimey. nooen ueao 1 rwauace.
Dr. Norman Hilberrv. director
of the Atomic Energy Commission
Rose. Patrice Wallaces Mary Vir Kb said the TaUvi. anoear to
ginia Larson. WUUam ElUs' Lar-li.i. "a "5 "BTi J?f?J J?
. 7 iiius.- BiuoBPii. nil iis-rrv. uui. an
f Wi',-..WINwcomiiued group V act as
-ilT r..A -"control" in the,. tests.,
by the Apostolic Rite. ox laying on
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of hands," while the 'remaining
four memoers, were received from
another branch of the One. Holy
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Dr. Robert A.'. Conard of the
AEC's Brookhavea Laboratory,
an atojnie medicine specialist in
narge of tne group, said -the
brown.- skinned natives suffered
fkin burns and hair Loss from
the fallout but have completely
The natives were among more
than -'200 persons on the two
islands 'itt'. the Marshalls who
were affected bythe dust "and
ash which fell after the hydrogen
detonation m ism. v t- 1
t xne isianders nave been "as
excited as kids" 'over their visit
to the United States, and they
have been 'fascinated", by tele
vision, Conard said.
'i Dressed in American clothes
rented for them in Honolulu, the
natives were given Navy issue
shoes before, they left on their
Journey. ; i J
Shoes, however, are an item the
natives find the most uncomfort
able. "They're used to going
barefoot, Conard x said.
The natives, all men, range In
age from 15 to 45. All- but. two
of them are married and have
children. ., ." j., v v-. ;
GENERAL AND WIFE SLAIN Retired TJ-S.myrigl1 Geri
-and Mrs. Wilbur McReynolds' (above) were shot to deathia
their St. Petersburg, Fla., home when they foiled the suicide ,.
plan of former French Foreign Legionnaire Maurice Chavigny,
according to police. Chavigny told authorities that he killed.
wi? cuupie wnen tney inea to take away his justoj.
Police D:,:l;l t
Of Dosbb Sh:;:::j
ST.PETERSBURG. Fla. ftTP L.
Police, expressed skepticism today
over a handsome French war vet veteran's
eran's veteran's story that he killed a nu
tired American general and his 1
wife because they tried to prevent v
his suicide. r ; j ;
Investigation has revealed, po-
lice said,, that the veteran 43-
year-oid ex Foreign Legionnaire
Maurice Chavigny. was ahnnt tn
be deported from the United
Chavigny said he shot Brig, Gen.
Wilbur R. McReynolds and the
general's youthful looking wife
last Wednesday night because they' .'
tried to prevent him from com-
mitting suicide. He also implied
the existence of a triangle.
But detectives investicatinr ttie
doubleslaylng at the plush Mc McReynolds'
Reynolds' McReynolds' home oh SneU Island
said they' had doubts 'about! Cha- 1
vigny's claim that Mrs. MpRpvti-
olds, 60, tried to keep him from
leaving the house so otfen that he
was going to kill himself,
v Police said they learned that
Mrs. McReynolds had summoned
taxicab to take the much-dec
orated French soldier to the bus
station and had given him e JJOO
money order. They said immiirra-
tion authorities also had no record
of Chavigny's application for citi citi-senzhip
senzhip citi-senzhip or of the couple's sponsor
ing his. naturalization. : -.:
Chavigny lad'-been ord ri de deported
ported deported at an immigration hearing
last month because his tourist vis
had expired. ,
Chavigny, who had been living
with -the. couple since coming to
this' country on the visa last
Thanksgiving, said he shot Mrs.
McReynolds -when she "rushed at
me" to persuade him not to leave
the house. He taid he, then shot
the general when he appeared.
"It's an old love story-if yon
knew what I mean," the, dark
haired Frenchman said. .But Cba.
vigny refused to explain that re .'
mark, saying he felt he, would be
embarrassed or ridiculed. .-
BREAKS DOWN f Former
French .Foreign -Legionnaire
Maurice Chavigny sobs In
ev retersDur g,. -la., poiica
station where he confessed to
the .slaving of retired U.8. Ar
my Brig.. Gen, and Mrs; Wilbur
McReynolds. .; Chavigny had
been a guest in .the McReyn
,;olds hom. fo ra year.
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ITRST LADX OF SONG
Fricndi Of Foreign
Aid Move To Stem
Pen:. Cy Cc:;r:ss
WASHINGTON, Aoril 8 rtJP V
Senate friends of .the foreign aid
program called on Secretary of
State John Foster -' Dulles today
for help in saving the- embattled
program fronts a Revere congres-
Dulles, accompanied by deputy
defense secretary Reuben B. Rob
ertson. was called to testify be
fore a special Senate Foreign Aid
committee making an overall stu
dy of U.S. overseas assistance pro
The secretary- was expected to
renew the administration's all-out
plea for approval of the $4,400, $4,400,-000,000
000,000 $4,400,-000,000 program President, pisen-
nower- is -vxpccieu w buuiuu iui-
mliy to .Congress later tnif
Rod iopefive Rain
Could Be Russian
TOKYO, AprU 8 (UP) Unu-
suaUy Strong- radioactivity was de detected
tected detected in rain which fell on south
ern Japan this weekend and
weather officials said today it was
caused ; by a nuclear test held
: Officials said they, did not have
enough scientific proof .to, ; attri attribute
bute attribute it to the Soviet's latest expe experiment
riment experiment announced by Britain and
the United State lasf week.
Prince Al Ccdslf 3
NICE.' France. "Ap-ril t (UP)
Fears that the 80-year-old A g a
Khan may be in worse eeaito than
reported were raised today when
lt was learned that his -son. Prince
Aly, had been called to the bed bedside
side bedside of his ailing father last night.
Prince Ahr arrived here at :
a.m. bv plane from Paris and was
rushed to his father's palatial hill
side villa just outside this Riviera
resort. ,': : -' -r- -., -.;
Later reports also claimed that
the Aga's granddaughter, Yasmln
was being called from the United
States because- of her grandfatb-'
er s worsening conaition.
Yaxmin ia the daughter ef
Prince Aly and American movie
actress Rita Hay worta. ;
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tint PANAMA AMERICAN A! tSVtTTHVZT DAItT NEWSPAPER
Egypt's Agricultural Situation Claimed
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Basis Of Ecbnbmic, Political Problems
WASHINGTON. April I (UP) been detrimental Egypt'i cot-market problem. Ia 1955, with the
Egypt's agricultural situation may too markets in the West, allowing
be the basis for all 01 that a ncieni, competition irom flmer sources
1 arvrv t. ntniTmp. pftmrtiandine olilcer of the 764tah Antiaircraft Artmery Battauon,
' t-iort Davis, pins the Good Conduct Medal on Sp3 Carl Hall of Battery "A.'V 764th AAA Bn,
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Red Envoy Returns
To Israel Embassy
Irt Mellow Mood
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4TEI AVIV. Israel. AprU (UP)
'Soviet Ambassador Alexander.
N. Abramov worked in his em
bassy here, today for the first time
in live months as a self pro
claimed "sign of improved rela
tions'V between Israel and Russia
Abramov was withdrawn from
his post last fall, when Israel in invaded
vaded invaded Soviet-supported Egypt. He
returned last night by plane.
' "My return, itself is a sign of
improved relations," he said to
newsmen. va .-.
Official Israeli sources welcom welcomed
ed welcomed his return as : signifying re
sumption of normal diplomatic re
lations. .But they said they did not
expect any. lessening in Russia's
generally hostile attitude toward
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WASHINGTON April S fUPi J
A Democratic senator today de
fended .- President Elsenhower
against complaints about the cost
of his automobiles, helicopters and
other White House expenses. Hw
said these protests art "mere
The. Presidents defender was
Sen. Richard L"Neuberger (D-
Ore), who once criticized Mr.: El Elsenhower
senhower Elsenhower for trying to keep squir
rels away from his putting green
lZr" wiTdwood the White House lawn
S:r?ri ellla IB ms weekly newsletter to con
J;! R tituentsV Neuberger said he has
Z :TaZ iTt received complaints about Mr. Ei-
:??cre":"ell r isenhower'a transoortaUon to hii
f:30 Paris ear t mif Club 1
MJSjS5f.L. Jeople expect Mr. Ein-
v j- (Cntex W?ono)frg. bower to take a trolley car when
10;Q5-eplxs and NeedJet (ra.bB. decidet t0 pUy i-rmmi
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Y 'till $m ', v .; I Neuberger. said "the living eon eon-lt:60
lt:60 eon-lt:60 News : ; ditions of the President have scant
11:05 Spina n tf j N a -do with our own- taxes."
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njt be of our political party, but
, ve refuse to participate in trivial
Frotests about his standard of liv liv-ig
ig liv-ig when the 1udget comes under
Neuberger blamed "irresponsi "irresponsi-l'e
l'e "irresponsi-l'e political statements about the
'.i-billion dollar budget" for com complaints
plaints complaints he has been receiving
about the President's personal ex
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Aspirin Hoy Major
Health Leader Says
Poisoner Of Kids,
WASHINGTON (UP) More
children are poisoned by aspirin
man oy any otner suDstance.
--The "harmless" white tablets.'
familiar fixture in every medicine
cabinet, send more than 100,000
toacuers to hospital emergency
rooms each year ..
They are responsible for' more
poisonings than 4 lye, 'ammonia,
roach p o w d e r, cleaning fluids,
shoe polish- and laundry bleach
These facts .re well known to
doctors. They apparently are not
so well known to parents, who per
sist In leaving bottles of aspirin on
the shelf next to the toothpaste,
within easy reach of small fry.
Poctort who attended the spring
meeting of the American Academy
of Pediatrics here this week listed
aspirin poisonins 1 as on of the
major remaining r menaces to
childhood health. Leaders urged
all pediatricians and the., press to
join in a campaign to.. warn par
ent of. the danger. "':; 'v.;.'.'.
- If yon hive- a child noder four
in your home," -, said Dr. Harold
Jacobziaer, -assistant health, com
missioned of New York City," you
should treat aspirin oki a deadly
"Coot nut It en the ton shelf of
th medicine closeti. Lock it ub."
Jacobsiner said small children
seem to have a natural penchant
for eatinff asnlrin bv the handful.
"They apparently like the taste
of ordinary aspirin tablets, which
most adult find bitter, as well as
the flavored aspirin which are put
up especially ior cnuoren, ne
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; This dangerous appetite Is whet
ted, the doctor continued, by par-
rent who "foolishly tell a child
that the asnirin the doctor has
prescribed for him is 'candy. M
"The death rate so far has been
mercifully low, less than-one per
cent'.' said jacobuner. "But it is
tragically unnecessary for any
child to die,- or to have a close
brush with -death.; from this
country's political and economic
This is the nutshell analysis of
Egypt's current plight as seen by
Quentin M. West, writing in "For "Foreign
eign "Foreign Agriculture," a publication
by ? the Foreign Agricultural
Service- (FAS). West Is a member
of the Africa and Middle East an
alysis orancn of as. :
rlf the strands in be compli complicated
cated complicated political and economic web
engulfing Egypt today were to be
disentangled, most of them, would
lead back to the country's basic
problem its agriculture,' West
Egypt s economy 1 largely ag
ricultural. Production and proces processing
sing processing of farm product account for
about 60 per cent of the national
income and almost SO per cent of
its exports. But Egypt does not
have sufficient productive land to
support its vast population, i
Crop production depends almost
entirely upon irrigation water, the
only source of which is the Nile
Kiver. Egyptian life has been. cen
tered around this great river since
ancient times. Out of the coun
try's 247 million acres', only
6,200,000 along the banks of the
Nile anl its delta art .available
for crops- - . 2
Even with multiple cropping.
the pressure on Nile land is be
coming greater, west saia, r.gypvi
population ha doubled in the last
50 years, rising from 11,300,000 to
23 million. During the same, .per
iod the area under cultivation in
creased only 10 per cent. : s.-,' (
To ease the population pressure.
Egypt needs to bring more land
into cultivation and to build up
dustries. But to do this requires
foreign exchange. To get foreign
exchange, Egypt must expand its
export crops. At the same time; it
must increase its food supplies
witnout increasing imports:
Cotton is the nrincioal determin
ant in Egypt's agricultural policy
making., cotton earns the greatest
amount of foreign exchange.
West concludes that the present
international -relations or Egypt
have resulted from th urgency
of finding market abroad for its
cotton High prices offered by the
Soviet bloc countries have lured a
large portion of Egypt's cotton be
hind the Iron Curtain and have
and encouraging use of synthetic
The chain of events which cul culminated
minated culminated in the attack on Egypt
last fall was related to the cotton
Middle East pot simmering to
ward boil, Egypt sought arms.
This search wound up in the Soviet-Egyptian
arm deal whereby
Egypt more or less mortgaged
its-cotton crop for several year
to pay for guns and airplanes.
' A "biusf hostes never makes
her guests feel at ease. The more
he worries about their eomfort
and jumps around trying to
empty ash tray, adjust window
and -find more eomfortabl
chair the more h keep her
guest from relaxin.
A geoa nones fries 1 arrange
for her guests' comfort when
thev arrir' and then relaxes
wRh her tuesta.
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Big Young Outfielder
Mas Only One Weakness
Says Manager Stengel
; I By MILTON RICHMAN
' InEWYORK, April 8 (UP) Them that has
gets, meaning: the talent-loaded Yankees apparently
have struck another baseball gold mine in 20-year-old;
Tony Kubek, V
TfubeV. Isn't even on the yan-
kee roster but that little over over-j
j over-j eight-will be taken car of wfth-.
in the next few days.
II there was any doubt about
his status, the six-foot, three three-inch
inch three-inch outfielder thoroughly dis dis-'
' dis-' pelled it with a two-out, 10th in in-"
" in-" falng single that drove In the
winning run in a 3-2 victory
. awr t.h Red SOX.
That made it twice in less
' than a week that young KUDeh.
supplied the payoff wallop in a
Yaqkee triumph. Last Tuesday
, he came through with a single
in the ninth to beat Boston, 1-0.
- "The fella Is fantastic," de de-"
" de-" Clares an almost unbelieving Ca Casey
sey Casey Stengel. "He can hit, he can
1 -run and he can throw. He's got
onltf one weakness. He still don t
' Jmovf how to flip down his sun
glasses In the outfield. But I'm
' worttn'ort that with him."
1 Kubek's 10th inning single
- pV a sad ending to the Red
SoxexMbitiott season at Sara-
Isota, Fla. Mike) Biggins' crew
have now dropped seven
" straight and they rank last s-
, men all 16 big league clubs m
the" Grapefruit circuit with on-
ly six Victories In 20 games.
' outfielder Rocky colavlto put
on quite a snow at uaiias wh
he rocKeted tnree nome runs
over the wall to lead the Indians
to an 8-7 decision over the Gi-
antsrHts third homer of the day
came in the ninth with one on
off reliever John' McCall. Al
Smith' also homered for Cleve-
: land in a 15-hit assault on three
CUant pitchers while Hank
Ranpr and Darvl Snencer con-
mfHd for the losers.
, The Pittsburgh Pirates rolled
' to their fourth straight victory
and seventh in their last eight
- cames by beating the Kansas
CItV Athletics. 8-4. at Port My
. ers. Pla. Lee Walls homered lor
ln runs. Vern Law went the
route for Pittsburgh, allowing 11
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Charley Maxwell A smashed a
three-run double ahd also sin singled
gled singled to boost his spring batting
average to .746 in pacing the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers to a 5-4 victory over the
Phillies. The Phils threw a scare
Into the Tigers when Ted Ka Ka-2anski
2anski Ka-2anski hit a three-run homer in
the ninth off Jim Bunnin, but
Bill Tuttle collared pinch hitter
Frank Baumholtz' drive to end
i the game,
Jim Hearn was the
Milwaukee edged Brooklyn 4-
3, at Fort worth, Tex., with tne
aid of a freak play in the ninth.
Elmer Valo's ninth inning sin single
gle single hit base runner pon Zimmer
and prevented the tying and
winning runs from crossing the
plate. Prior to the game, Dodger
manager Walt Alston announced
Don Newcombe would be, Brook Brooklyn's
lyn's Brooklyn's opening day pitcher and
then Newcombe went out and
gave up six hits and three runs
in seven Innings. Two of the
hits off him were homers by
Hank Aaron and Bobby Thom Thomson.
son. Thomson. Cincinnati used an old fami familiar
liar familiar weapon, the home run, to
defeat Washington, 8-7, at
Nashville, Tenn. The Redlega
wiped out a five-run deficit
with two homers by Ed Bailey
and one each by Don Hoak,
Gus BH and prank Robinson.
The White Sox and Cardinals
split a doubleheader at savan savannah,
nah, savannah, Ga., St. Louis winning the
opener, 13-10, and Chicago tak taking
ing taking the five-inning nightcap, 2 2-0.
0. 2-0. A total of 30 runs were scored
In the second Inning of the first
game, the cards scoring-11' and
the white Rot nine. Stan Mu-
iai collected three hits In the
Cubs' 816 win over the Orlolei at
San Antonio, Tex. Bob Nleman
and oearm Kell homered for
Baltimore. Before the game,
mnr 'M Schef f ing s an-
nminrfci Rah Rush would be the
Cubs' opening day pltchjr a-
galnst Milwaukee, April io.
CHASi- ME' Calumet's Gen General
eral General Duke gives the equine
version of the .Bronx cheer to
the rest of the three year-old
field dow that he has evened
the score with Wheatley St St-ble's
ble's St-ble's Bold Ruler via his victo victory
ry victory in tbc Florida Derby.
. Humility is a strange thing.'
fThe minute you think you've got
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Bpenler Tr" aTd" Robert"
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SEMIFINALIST Am bltlou
featherweight Tito Marshall,
who hopes to be matched soon
with Byron Cumberbatch,
fights Enrique Perea for the
second time in a sixround
semifinal on Sunday's Olympic
Stadium card which features
a 15-round bantamweight title
bout between champion Melvm
Bourne and Toto Ibarra: Mar Marshall
shall Marshall holds a decision win over
Perea. Ibarra, who was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to arrive from New York
last Friday, will come In to-
morrow instead, due to a de
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CINKRAL MONTAGU I TO
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me jouuKsiem woo parucipaiea in
the Armed Forces Little League's
1957 ieason. will assemble at the
Fort Clayton Sail Park to see 4heJ
Curundu champions receive the
Commanding General's trophy
from the hands of the general him
self. Individual trophies for all
members of the Curundu team as
well at the West Bankers who
came in second will talso be pre
sented by Gen. Montague.
This will be the fourth time that
Curundu wins this trophy in the
Armed Forces Little League. The
first year that little league base
ball was played on tne lsuunus,
Curundu was then a team, in the
Pacific Little Leame and conned
the honor.. The following year they
moved Into the Armed, forces Lit Little
tle Little League and that year and the
succeeding two took home the ba
con In 1355 Wert Bank wrested
the. trophy firont them and last
year, the Kobbe.-Little Lifeliners
had the trophy in the Posts' Hall
Curundu'i Tecflrerr of this tro
phy had' beea the ambition of ev
ery one- connected -wiia tne team
and this vear.tney .assemnied one
of the most powerful teams ever
iten to easily-win tne nrst a aw
when both teams ended up in a
Immediately following the pres-
enUtion of trophies by Ga.
era! Montague on Saturday night
the annual all star game will be
played between the iiedand Blue
teams. The Red team, mansged
by Tony Piaia of Curundu, will be
composed of the all star selections
of Curundu, Albrook and Kobbe.
The Bhie team will represent the
sUrs of West Bank. Clayton and
Caribbean Command and will be
managed by- West Bank's manag
er, Bob Tanu
In order ta give as many boys
as possible an opportunity to par par-bciDat
bciDat par-bciDat in. this bu event the man
aging council of the league in
creased the number of boys, to be
selected by each manager. from
nve ts six. ucn team wui there
fore thave a total of eighteen boys
and every player will have the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to play three Innings.
After the game tne ooys win be
treated to refreshmens. v v
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN
msMnirwrrvR tbp ninn nriv : Trim rirfnr. k tr
Hart Royal and Rendez Vous IJI, at the first fence during the 111th running" of the Grand
National Steeplechase at Alntree, England. The- race was won by Sundew.
Mel end ez
Final Standings, Annual Softball
Tournament, Pacific Women s
Won Lost Pet.
.. 3 0 1.000
m -. -r Ban
1 2 i .333
0 3 .000
Tivoli Motors 9, Santa Cms 3
Tivoli Motors scored five run
in ; the first Inning off Santa
Cruz's Garnica and established
a lead which they never relin relinquished.
quished. relinquished. Four runs crossed on
reliever Jaclnta Thomas' pitch pitching
ing pitching while Santa Crui failed to
tally mora than three.
. Campesl homered for tha for former
mer former Alow Wives In tha 4th.
Lea was op hitter for the tn
with two hltsln four trips. Al Allen,
len, Allen, Garnica and Holness got
tha only three Santa Crux hits,
Nesale was tha winning pitcher,
and Luisa Garnica was charged
with the loss.
Giscombe 8, Cervesa Balboa t
Ra'lboa hit- ten times and
watched Giscombe fumble five
nin thev danced across the
plate with eight runs. Edith
Markland aided the Giscombe
offense with a three-run homer
in the 5th Inning. -Pitr.her
ed to wriggle-out of the situation
n,f hikl nn first win of the
day. tyder led the Balboa hit
ters with a 2-2 average xouowcu
bv Brathwalte. S-4 and Walker,
9.9 rxtjon was best for Gis
rnmhit-hlttlna twice in three
trips. Knight pitched for Gis Giscombe.
combe. Giscombe. f r
Santa Crtia S, Giscombe 8
Santa crn hooked no Trltn
nimnmhe in '- a thriller witn
pitcher- wllmbthwinnlng after
iimitrnr santa vru w
measley hits, fianta Crns's Dan Daniel
iel Daniel nn n fonrv Daniels' and
Malcolm were the only batsmen
from 8anta Cms to get nits.
" "fnd Game""
Tivoli Motor X, Cer. BaJbea r
nervea Balboa '- massacred
Tivoli Motors with 11 hits, pitch pitcher
er pitcher cumberbatch -picked up her
second win and nomerea in
deer left to help her own cause.
Tlroll's Malono hit l-4. "Nessle
was the losing pitcher, "Y
3rd Game.' -'
Santa Cms X, Cer. Balbaall
Cervem Balboa -followed the
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Flies Down Stretch
Tivoli Motors victory with a
crushing" exhibition of strength,
defeating Santa Cruz 12-2.
"Nettie" peterkin's home run in
the sixth 1 didnt do much to
change the tide of the game.
Balboa's Coley and Morales
were superb at the plate,, hitting
for J-S and 3-4 respectively. Co-
ley nomered in tne 6tn inning
with two Balboa runners ahead
of her,-Cumberbatchi won (this
is becoming monotonous) for
Balboa. Jarvls lost for; santa
Cruz. : -i
!-. 3rd Game ;
Giscombe 8, TivoU Motors
Giscombe ran through' very
tired Tivoli Motors nine 8-0.
Nessle and Malone -shared
mound duties with Nessie being
charged' with the Ipsa Wllmoth
pitched Qiscdmbe'a win. Knight
was Giscombe's' s oest batsman
with' a 3-4 average. Sclvurack
and DeLeon hit twice for Tivo-
v Alter tne days piay tne play player's
er's player's retired .to the basement of
the Santa Cruz .Elementary
School and refreshed themselves
with drinks and sandwiches pur purchased
chased purchased through 1 contributions
front' the Albrook Non-Commls-sloned
'( Officers' Club,- Santa
Cruz Civic : Council and John
Moroto, : '. ': i'
Cerveza Balboa accepted the
first place trophy donated by
the Albrook Non-Commlssiohed
Officers' dubi vr :
" -j '",
Principal !a.?L. B. Morgan "of
the Santa-: Cruz Elementary
School made the presentation of
th cnas. Abernatny tropny- to
Eaulno Giscombe for second
nlace in the tourney.
Tivoli Motors accepted Lou
nind'a third nlace nrlze.
Mrs. caterlne Dunn received
SanU Cruz'a fourth place
Ceneza Balboa's L. Coley with
a J00 B.A.. and a tnree-run
homer was tendered the Army-
Navy Stores' award,' a brand new
baseball clove. Runneruo Edith
Markland of Giscombe hit -429
also including a 3-run homer.
was given, the Santa Crua Civic
Council award, a. light-weight
Pitcher Cumberbatch with heri
3-0 record for the day's activities
war the happy, recipient of tne
Albrook Non-eommissionea ui-
fieers Club pitching award, a
softball with which we hope she
continues to win more games.
The umpires deserve sincere
compliments and gratitude for
the fine' service rendered. These
men served In the capacity- of
umpires:.-Dudley, Jones (Chief),
R. Husband. J. -: Brewster, H.
James, O. Sealej and L Barber.
V NO CIVI AWAY
. VFlf VOUK' fVEA SdoOTCTS
will speed $3100,000 for radio
and television -casts of .major
lesgne ball games this year. year.-SPOBTS
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Miss Virginia de la Guardia's
coal black, Chilean-bred horse
Melenriez was .an odds-6n mu mu-tuels
tuels mu-tuels favorite but barely made
It yesterday afternoon in the
featured r$750 seven furlong
sprint for second series imported
thoroughbreds at the President
Remon racetrack. ; vrf -Melendes
had to uncork, a
great burst of speed In the fi final
nal final furlong to Overtake pace pace-setting
setting pace-setting Comatose with the ;
very last lump. ; seorinr bv- a
long head, 4 t -.. 'ji: -Comatose
had repeatedly stav staved
ed staved off the challenges of Gavi Gavi-lan
lan Gavi-lan and Eric after taking" com command
mand command and opened a two-length
lead on the turn into the home
stretch. One furlong from the
finish line, comatose seemed a
sure winner but it was here that
Melendez, still going last but not
iar back, started to pass horses
as tnougn- tney were standing
With Jockey Alejandro Ycaza
urging tne nve-year-oid son of
Licencloso-Alicia for all he was
worth, Melendez bounded past
uavnan ana jcnc and gained on
tha fast going Comatos.; with
every stride. t Melendez collared
with leader with- only, yards re remaining
maining remaining and surged past in the
The finish. Judge, called for
pictures, me photo showed the
winner, scoring by almost a neck,
.Melendei' t time was 1:25
two full seconds eff the track
record. The featura race victo victory
ry victory was one of three for Ycasa
yesterday. He also brought
home Genlzarlto and After
Me first. Heliodoro Gustines
scored twice to be only other
rider te win more than one
Besides Melendez, only Destel-
lo. and -Fru Fro also odds-on
choices managed to win. Folle
tlto, with a $71.80 win payoff,
led the longshot uprising. Folle-
uto coupiea witn wmsaba for a
" FIRST RACE
1 Wlnsabav 58.20, 4.20.
2 Don Manuel $7.20.
yPolletito $71.60, 11.40. v
2 Nacbo $5.60.
. t First Double: $549
t THIRD RACE -1
Destelle $2.40. 2.26.
2 Don Brigido $2.20.
One-Two: $4.48 , ?
': FOURTH RACE
1 Fra Fru $2.80, 2.28. t
2 lo Gallito $2.40.
1 Genliarito $12, 4.40.
2 Trtrreme $3.20. '
- SIXTH RACE t' 1
I Escerial $8, 3 80.
2 Tiny Brook $5.46.
Second Double: $83.28
I Dawn gong $13.66, 4.26,
2 Kadir $3.48. ?
-, Qulntela: $12.86
EIGHTH RACE .. ?
1After Me $14.80. f.
NINTH JIACE '
1 Malendea $3.26. 246.
2 Comatose $248. V
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' BIRDIE KINO
NEW" YORK (NEA) "Tommy
Bolt holds the PGA tournament
record for consecutive birdies with
seven. . y ;
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Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
DIABLO BUSINES WOMEN'S
' LEAGUE 1 t
41 4 ...
Abernathy Holds One Point Lead
Led by Maree Rodcrera with.
557, high series for the evening,
and ,Mimi Metzger with 493,
Abernathy bowlers won two
points from PAA and maintain maintained
ed maintained their one point lead. Aberna Aberna-thy's
thy's Aberna-thy's second game total of 989
was high for the league so far
this season. Anne Simrak and
Jeannette Lockhart were hieh
scorers, for part; American Air Airways.:.
ways.:. Airways.:. i '.
Boyd Brothers took tan name
from Chevrolet-Buick and re remained
mained remained in second place. Boyd
Brothers high scorers were Max Max-ine
ine Max-ine Johnson with 454 and Tex
Wray, with 441. Betty Nessle
picked up the 4-710 spUt in the
Second game, and finished with
a 438 series. Estelle Frankel and
Dottle Williams; were high for
Panomo rl 5 J1ii.j
three points hv forfeit from the
last place Salon Alex Team, i
Tnelma cambv with a am
rles and-. Betty Brown- with 470
led No, Ml Diga Lounge team to
a two-game win over Mountain
Dew. Millie Kelly with a 458 and
Btownie Andrews with 443 were
high for Mountain Dew.
Boyd Brothers ...
No Mi Diga Lounge
Mountain pew ...
Pan American A.
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TIVOLI MOTORS WIN 19M 57
COSMOPOLITAN MIXED v
BOWLING CHAMPIONSHIP f
Amid cries of "wait til next
year you bums' the Cosmopolitan
Mixed League rang down the -cur
iam on their most successful sea
son of tha League's history. Out
side of the 'souped ud hot rods
from Tivoli Motors the league was
as -cioie and ex citing. a could be
asKeaior.-. -..zu -. i .v L
TivoU Motor, led bv BUlv Cof-
fey,-Ted Schmidt, Bill .Rogers and
more than, capably supported b;
LUnGunn and Reggie Schmidi
completely ran away from all
competition. Leading by only one
a.i. "n..i- 1 o
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and you will feel run youager.
Fram the year's nest exciting navel comes the most
exeitlng people the screen has ever knows the people
who knew the truth about the great man. See Jose Fer Ferrer
rer Ferrer In "THE GREAT MAN" co-starrtng Dean Jarrer, Keen
an Wyon, Julie London, Joanne Gilbert and Ed Wyun!..,
which OPENS ON WEDNESDAY It AT THE CENTRAL.
Showing At Your Seme
BALBOA C:15 S:4
Deborah Kerr :
e John Kerr
TEA AND SYMPATHY"
Cinemascope Color I
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PARA1SO :1S l;15
MONDAY"; APRIL S, 1957
weeks to go Tivoli won 13 oiif of i
"Jf ext 18 games while Atlas fell
off to fourth place while Seymour
Agencies and APA got hot and i -jumped
into 2nd and 3rd place.' v ?!
But Balcer led practically all
the individual bowlers for h 1 g h 1
games, series, and averages and
was mainly responsible for bring.
place T8SC'- tCam h0me flfU
Bra'niff'and Pepsi Cola' found
themselves, hot and cold and could
not get any big winning streaks
going and settled in a tie for 6th
. rhe cellar spot belonged to Colo Colo-mal
mal Colo-mal except for a couple of weeks
wnenPepsi moved in but at the1
end Colonial had full possession
M 1 '- - v4
Several; of ... the bowlers of '' this
tm.. were new to the league and
others win hi i.m wf.
be' leaving h?frtr
season rolls around. Those who
Wul be leaving ma Tcnn,... -V
wul be missed nyt ....
Frank ti and Rnhv Aiini.i. ril
taster, JLiel FetenJ anH Honlr
l?ayB!.rbe- They wul probably
t?e. wiing at different sections fit
,me world put we hone thpv n,.n
uuicmuer ims as one of their
i itL,". r y .""
iwjai enjoyaoie league, Almost for,
got Woody Woodcock the -mar, J
tharreally got the league oh thffl
right foot with the; sponsors am It
hub since ieri tor in Ntata -s- v
Ther wlU be a special meeting'
ednesday alight AprU 10 7:30
p.m.. to present the prizes and tro trophies
phies trophies and also to elect officers for
we coming year,.: Everyone is re
quested to be there; 7:30 at the
Diablo Clubhouse I 1
"Death of a Scoundrel",
Tne incredible drama of a
financial wizard who makes
And loses fortunes In a dav
ia graphically and violently
laid bare in RKO Radio's new
picture, DEATH OF SCOUN SCOUNDREL"
DREL" SCOUNDREL" coming on THURS
DAY 11. AT THE LUX. The
movie's about a man who
creates a sensation on Wall
St. and a scandal around the
world. Set in modern-day N4w
xotk, -oeatn or a scoundrel"
digs Into the Intimate life of
an amazing robber : baron
George Sanders', as a man
hated by the world, beings to
his portrayal all the Impact
that has made him Holly
wood's top Villain.- -: r, ..
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Centtr Theatres Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 7:M
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Taeaday -NAUGBTT MARrtTTA"
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" luX-PANAMA AMERICAN AN DEPENDENT" DAILY NEWSPAPER V"
.MONDAY, APRIL I, 1957
Technique Is Out With
Tailback ; e v
CARNEGIE HALL JAZZ CONCERT
TODAY and TOMORROW
Panama; AREA Armed Forces League Baseball Champions are these Fort Clayton Cavaliers
fSwwd thi Ttfason with a 23-9 mark, tour games ahead of the second place ForrAma ForrAma-'JS.JKJSS2
'JS.JKJSS2 ForrAma-'JS.JKJSS2 -in teev front row '(from left to rights are: Cpl. Roger HarnevPvt.. Ray Eem Eem-drpkt
drpkt Eem-drpkt Delanlv SP3 Don Nakama, Pfe., Lee Avars. Pfc. Dorr elsen and p3t Turk
S&ffl rowPvt. Walt-Saeurbrun Pvt. Stan Christian, Sfc Ed Gordon Sp3 Bill Jan Jan-Alton.secona
Alton.secona Jan-Alton.secona rww. k;caDtain)Pfc. Xou Cmders and Pfc. Billy Reavia. Third row: SpS
kovich, Bjtta (www rt ; verl Ke. DJck BorkMkU
Tin I L. f U iU"U f
. JOE WILLIAMS
MIAMI BEACIL Stan Musial the Perry como oi
VisebaJl. Mr. Nice Man Is never involved In hassles, taci taci-Ients
Ients taci-Ients or rhubarbs, Just devotes his time to makinf base
Aits and Influencing averages. ,w
' '7 "Don't mention that record," he cried, to mock : alarm when
-we caught ip with him and the St. Louis Cards the other day,
' Hea! SKfWsS'. !L consecutive game record
of 8?2e.nd & I morbl?fact that he i getung closer and closer
to it. To be specific, he's only 46 shorts. -n v,'-,
"I dont know what that kind of record ,VOve. Mngu
Jk- .xrluTe 1000 Wt irc!e" the present membership Jf whloU
S on" 7en. -fje weds 219 more bit. to do it. Bta jAmnwT
' if i can g" two more yeare at a pretty goodgait I hrald
uW? enJugV he thought.?u then 1
" getting old. You begin to flgwr oni i
rnost of all you hope you don jet hurt..
Th August ITeat-' V'' : J: "J
" i ade rl'h. l-..t season'tive Hbfe than the season
. befori'but-his BA dipped to .310, lowest of h career Even, o
h. was fourth in the league, and no one topped hla 1W RB i.
.t m. Hnlw iu right intil the. August heat hit me, then
I began U?55f? I flushed but I had M darned record
iota d like a sap r stayed in the(ltaeup Wstead of resWnj
from time to time tWs year;! don't ,expect to get la more
times at- baT a demonstration' of sheer; labor; unsurpassed .In
fonder of tV fo.nh plaeers. DerEnnta. long baU bit bitter
ter bitter nA Sarri (Tootbpksk) Jones, a Pitcher, i
r.rjonTs. a right-hander, has to.do to Wme a big winner
M'pX the ban over the. plate;
vu",f,,m,-Jllte wlndun for a
'i WkrKgut of md MaVazine-theway he pitch,
""' : n - ;
i ' Tli Ivnr TU11 ?
'.'J-. Miiovt a
'r. duo m
?.e"n.5 Jr.: But
Ren.U they are rery young and very M "J. 5 om
walk me to get to Ennls. Not the way he wings a bat. -The
Cards 'batting ordeAhas long sufferedfrom lack .of
Glance and power. Conceivably rightie Ennta, toUowing lefty
could restore dold. nn a uc ul k i.V, vTri
, following a good season with a poor one. This year nes
tt vf. kflMM nrcvtnrtlnn ranged from 20 to 30.
v -v Musial is now resigned to -ending his career as a first Wse-
man.. "I really like to play the bag now. Besides, the long
; walk to1 the outfield between -Innings, was beginning to get rne
WThis was' 'Mr. Nice Man's "way of krdding himself. Actually,
Vhe' In fine shape, x-t the youngest aa-year-oioster-in me game,
Nicules Equals Track Record
HALLANTfAlX. Fla., AprB, t
'. CUP) needles, the 195 Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Derby champion, staged
one of his patented stretch runs
; Saturday to win the 128,200 Ft.
Lauderdale Handicap at Oulf Oulf-atream
atream Oulf-atream Park 4n record fashion.
. Given a spine-tingling ride by
Dave Erb, Needles rocketed by
the -entire field of eight other
horses tojwin by two lengths
and equal 'the track record of
1:42 for a mile and a sixteenth.
Tussle Patch" ran second by a
neck in front of the 35-1 shot
Grand Canyon. j
The crowd of 16-583 which i
ir.ade Needles the 4-5 favorite
gave their champion only a sliral
chsnce when the field went In
to the turn leading to the home!
a.rTvcn. ine long-iegea eon oi
ponder was last, some 23 lengths
behind the leaders,
MakM Big Beth
But hn thev pounded Into
the stretch, there was the big
rieart-shaped blaze flash In on
Needles' forehead on the far
outside of th pack. i rih
made the other horses look Uke
thev were. running in a tread tread-mm
mm tread-mm n ith TrK lnt low ever hH
wrrk, Nd! ranrht te lead lead-er
er lead-er inv.d iht U;h pcMe and
manaVerT ,. (U.S.
Is Left At
year-to-year basis and
less bizarre aeuvery.
shivered Musial. "He used
(!mit that the presence of, Ennli
owns nf. d.d.
I Vont think yoTl find y.
. pulled eat to' win with
light to spare, ; i
. It was the 4-year-old colt's
first victory since winning; the
Belmont Stakes last June. Two
weeks ago the dark brown Der Derby
by Derby champion finished third in
the $100,000 Gulf stream Park
Handicap behind Calumet
Farms' Bardstown and Fablus.
' The Prices
- The favored winner paid $330.
$3.20 and $2.70 for a $2 bet a
cross the board. Tussle Patch
returned $7.80 and $5.30 and
Grand Canyon paid 720
Needles won $26,500 for the D-
and H. Stables, owned by Jack
Dudley and Bonnie Heath of Ft.
His vlclory will make him a
solid favorite for th $5S.OM.
added Smithem Crms Handi Handicap
cap Handicap AprQ St In which be may
arai hook wrth Ms old H H-ral,
ral, H-ral, rabies which beat Needlee
to Last rear's Premkitew.
Chit Chat, which took a long
iad tn set irte eanv pace, rni
km with tna pniiiie ne was oewuuu
W5cj Tourti oenmi Grand Can-;rran
von. The A'la L- K!re entry Of
Call Me Lucky snd P.ryal Briar,!
rhcrce In the
finished out of the irorfr.
Army Photo by Sp3 Cla Kane)
Post At 50
; Big Money
By JjMMY BRESLIN )
NEW YORK (NEA) win sports,
tne Dig money is on the race
track. Purses run in the millions.
na me not jocicey comes out as
the highest paid of all athletes
Nick Wall was s part of it all,
but now he's 50 and he is two
months behind in his rent and he
can't see how his S63 a week t a.
lary can stop him from being dis
Nick was as bic a ioek. a
could be found,, but last year he
ran out of good horses to push so
he gsve it up. Today, he handles
an elevator in a midtown New
York hotel. -. ),
"Fast money,:', he was saying
"it kUls you in the end. When
was 19. I was making big monev.
I didn't know what a d o 1 1 a r
meant. So I blew it like it never
would end. It ended, all right.
So here I Jam broke and without
an excuse in the world.". rv,
When Wall was en tpav h was
a good looking little kid out of
tneuea, Mass., who won hand!
cap races almost casually and got
rw oi money as quickly as people
woma use u irom mm.
He was on Stagehand the day
he nosed out Seabiscuit in the
Santa Anita Hsndicao.'ln 1938. h
ne rode more than $500,000 worth
a . . r
of stakes winners. In 1947, he was
on top. in -1952, he walked home
with more than $90,000 for him'
self. iM-'" ;'''r ;9''?iv.''4
Earl Sande trained Stagehand.
and he's broke, too,, and living in
a room aoove a restaurant in
westDury, Long island. r
'. "But I've never -been happier,"
Wall says, "than I am right now.
When I was riding, I' had more
people around me than a 'politi-
i.: a t a j.
nan- ana neany au oz uem were
a neadacne.' ir, 4?-.,vj
-Today tne little guys the ones
I, work with, guys just as broke
as I am make it better than it
ever was. J take the bus and the
suDway 10 wore, can i go near a
cab. Meet a guy here; and there,
talk to them you find out what
people can be like. Not the char characters
acters characters I H around when I wak
going good." ;., j.-ji? ,,,
' Going (oed, "for' Nick W 1 1,
meant me nignt ne puuea into a
diner on the. way home from the
iracit ana a stop over at a night
club. The porter was mopping
bit jioor ana wicx.said no should
siop worn and have a meal.
"Can't boss'll fire me." the
porter said. ;-M . ?
Nick took out a $5 bin and
gave it to the porter. .-"Have
steak and this is yours," he ssid.
Or there was the immigrant kill
hanging around Saratoga in 1947
who needed $1,500 for a bond and
lawyer's fees or he'd be deported.
Nick met the kid once and got no
the money for him. A couple- of
months laten the kid waa eaueht
using ms name lor .touting pur
poses. The J1.500 was gone.
"That was my kind of life," be
says, -so wnat can you do? It au
came so easily. But the wheel
spins quick on you sometimes and
drops you off at the bottom. You
don't know -what to no, either.
For me. it was either lump off a
roof or take a drink. I took plenty
of drinks. I could give all those
big dough boys oa top some les
sons in me., ., ,
When the horse returned' to
New York, Nick put en the last
of the 34 suits be once owned, put
a trij knot in his tie and. went out
to the track for opening day. He
was a dapper little guy, with the
tinv-polnteT shoes Jockeys wear
and a smile oa his face. His san sandy
dy sandy hair was slicked neatly.- 1
He looked good and he spoke
easily with the big shots around
the clubhouse and all the people
connected with the'sport said hel hello.
lo. hello. He made two small bets, blew
tn!them both and then went home to
wjc ffpffiiuivui vu ujiu am own
two months rent and nad a. cup
Everybody was at the track the
next day and the jocks plied their
big money trade.
But Nick Wall went to work at
two o'clock in the afternoon as an
elevator operator and nobody real-i
ry was excuea aDout n.
- GOOD NAME$
INDIAN A POLU (NEA) The
Indianapolis club trainlr-g at Bol-
Ih wood, Fla., had cd tee rosteriwho could stop Cu'breth, and
Brafan, 24 year c'd In-1 that was really the difference in
;f .older and brother of Pnbv. th'th rame
Pirates' nansr'r. and I'al trokv.t
-yer-H purer and ?n of tbe.
'fwcer Iai.an -f.rst bast:
- By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) Clem
Labine feels that he removes any
lingering doubt about the baseball
beng stuffed with jacursDou.,
Thm Wfcnv mlffht sneak into
the lineup and "knock the left field
stands down with a line drive,"
ssvs tne uogrs crew cui. xcwa
worker, ri can't nit my .aai size.
in 1955 I amassed, the amazmg
nnmher of three hits during the
entire season. And each was a
home run!" '' v: ;
'LainV gives? you a fresh slant
nn- ivhv a rnmnlete game by. a
nitnher' is' the 'exception ; rather
than the rule tnese nays, ne punna
nut that the ball is so hopped up
that pitchers actually have1 to cur curtail
tail curtail their follow through in r self)
defense against the high power
projectile being hit back through
the box. He gives this as one ; oi
the real reasons why so many
pitchers tire. 7 j
"fn iweeo of the srtnl the'car-
rying of the motion through to its
logical' conclusion gives mo yivtu yivtu-er
er yivtu-er rhythm," explains Labine,; who
prepared a treatise on ngnung
fire In the abll park. Nowadays
nitrher mav have- a smoou-as-
iiv mnttnn. but he can't use it
miirh. He'a wonaenns u urn
. ; .... -t
t ia 1 rnmlns back to take his
head into center field, tie mereiy
attrmnts to nrolong his life by
whatever means seems necessary
at the moment" s
ttrnic THI OWNERS decld
ed to create counterfeit Babe
niitha h luieina un the ball, the
ittii. pAnifi relax -now and 'then
He wasn't made to feel that he
tvi. vantees and Dodgers are
n n with one game yet to
play in the Balboa Junior-Senior
High intramural softbau
league for the 'C League boys.
Both teams won their, games
during the past wee wiwu
playing tor tho ; championship
Bob Rathgeber'a Yankees won
an abbreviateo eoniesi irom ju
Giants J too, ana men ipoumm
. i ti i win over the Cerai-
rharll Rradshaw. The
Yanks Started this game off In a
bl way in "the first tinning
when thev got five runs on two
vh aevarai walks. v and some
v.rJtrm fleldlntr bv'the Cards;
; Larry Corrigan,, Yank pitcher,
held the caras w a iono uj
their half of the inning, then in
the second frame the c Yankees
came back to score seven runs.
m. that tlmo the came was Ob
viniKin out of reach of the Cards.
but they hung on lor .anotner
xmmia e inning's, men in iu
(tK fTna Rathffeber ana
Ralph Trangionl coUected extra
case djows ua ui iv"
ma inntht half dozen runs.
The Dodgers naa xneir xiauu
full kej.nino-.Un with, the Yin-
kui even, though they took one
game by forfeit from the Giant 1.
When they met the Cards it was
a wild hitters coniesi, wun
teams collecting hits freely. The
ram was all tied no at 13 runs
when the regulation fiv Innings
finished, but in tne extra irame
the hard hitting continued.-
First the Cards racked' up
three runs in their half of the
sixth and it; looked like an up upset
set upset win for the redblrds. Al Nah-
mad' Dodgers came oacs:
strong, nowever, and pushed over
four run in the. lower part of
the sixth and that was the ball
game. "v -
Alex Ruiz's Globe Trotters
moved ever closer to the title in
the B League basketball compe
tition. They won a nara ptayea
contest from- the Hawkeyes
which saw Ruiz paca his team
to the $1-29 win with IS points.
The Hawkeyes had Harrell
Womble and John Morris with
eight points each whUe Tom
r.iinnlntrham scored eeven. Had
th Hawkevea been better -able
to defend the talented Ruls they
might have won tins game, in
their other game the Trotter won
handily from the Tarheels, 29 29-23.
23. 29-23. Ray caldwell'r Tarheels are
the most improved team In the
league and In addition to .mak .making
ing .making the league leading Trotters
really work for their win, they
finufc the Hawkeves and won
from the Dons during the week's
piny .- .i 1.-. -'" '"'
Against the Dons the Tarheels
got good Iioor rway irom it
ro. fine rebound work out of
muar Palak. and a 10 point ecor
ing sDree from Bill Camp for
their 23-1& win. Jack Pearson
paced the Dons with bis all
round Tav. Th eame between
the Hawkeyes and the Tarheels
was a defensive battle all the
way. The Tarheels finally won
out on a 17-16 score.
The winners nad to come rrom
behind in the fourth quarter to
win this one. woody Frenrn
drooped in three quick fWd
goala in the fourth quarter and
alone- wun oucseis or -iu?n
Brown and Fred Roe It proved
enough to make up a 6 point
deficit and take the 1 point victor.-
? -. '
Rot Culbreth's Celtics Kent
right on th pace set by the
Trotters. They won both -their
games tr convlncine- margins.
First Culbreth scored 24 po'nts
as has team won 3-24 front the
Dons of Frnk Townshend. The
Dons Jut didn't hare anyone
Ister In the week th rllra
defeated the Hawkeves sn to 13
gaia it tu C.'-.:i:)i .tn 13
was being shot at each time
ball left his hand.
chmtM Amn nlont hlmcolf nnlOnC- WOU10
me oaus or nis leet lixe and in
fielder and get set to go in anv
direction- after a batted ball,'' La
bine says. "Not any more. Self
preservation comes ..first today
Every pitcher who goes out there
snouia dc entitled to wear an in
signia such as that prized by the
."There is not; a moment's rest.
The pitcher must concentrate on
every nau he throws, u you make
a mistake, the ball is likely to be
hit out of sight or it's possible lor
the pitcher to lose a leg." -:
WITH NOi BRfeATHING s.el'.
no chance for the real. rhythm of
the follow through no chance 1o
doctor the ball, except with a lit little
tle little resin, the pitcher Is under nev
So, as Labine points out, it is
ironical that the 19SS World Series
produced some of. the best pitch pitching
ing pitching in its history. There was, of
course,, uon xarsen s p e r.i e e t
game, nlus the fact that the voune
Yankee pitchers held the Brooks
to one- run in tne last zr innings.
Labine discovered a sinicer to
become one of the game's f o r e-
most Ditching specialists. He aocs
not go along with the theory that
pitching is like breaking the pan
els of a ur-panea winaow .xou
break one pane 1 upstairs inside,
another downstairs outside, etc
"III do all my window breaking
downstairs," says uem jaome
"That wav thev hit the r ball on
the' tround and set up double
"That 8-M is a lovely play for
a pitcher to watcn."
points' who did the big damage
to the fading- hopes of womble's
Hawkeyes, Brink Miller: played
his best game of the season to
lend 'tne nawaeyea' ootn onen onen-slvely
slvely onen-slvely and defensively. He scoitd
' Tho latest
with Men's vtuts
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i Easter highlights in fashion 4 A( S:
I A ARROW SKrs ; :
; I e - V"-A ; '; I; A,:;tA SA ; '. -:''a;; jr'A'i
-II- Th latttt word in quality and style-AMO white v Sj7 r$s.' r. --''-AA II t
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (NEA) -I
expect of a collegi
team which had Just lost Johnny
Majors, the hot t shot tailback of
last season. m
But Coach Bowden Wyatt, pin
ned down, admitted he had no 1
dea of who would take the job for
the simple reason that he owned
four good-looking. candidates This
is a common situation when, Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee is loaded. ;
Bobby Gordon,1 Maiors replace replacement
ment replacement last season, is the top hand
But Paul Caver, a" transfer from
Baylor, now has "his eligibility
straightened out and is boomed
s a typical Tennessee tailback.
Al Carter, the No'. 3 man last sea season,
son, season, Is In the picture.,,
v THREE OP klNr,
NEW YORK tNEA) Three
former heavyweight '..champions
Jim -Rraddock, Joe Louis and
Jack Dempsey reside in ,New
York. ; '.,-
7 of -the?' J3 points fhls team
WOn Lost Pet.
Cardinals 2 3
Giants i. 0 11 5
B League Basketball
Globe Trotters 6 0
Celtics .. 51
Tarheels ..,,... 3 -4
Dons .. .. t. 0 '
Piles Hurt You!
Don't auffar from painful, itching
Pilea another hour without tryiag
Chinaroitf. Upon application Chinaraii
atarta eurblns Pll mlaertai S wavai 1,
uo pain anS itchin. U. Hlp ihrlnk
aoi-a, awollea tlaauaa. I. Halpa natur
haal irritated nuanlbranaa and allay Pile
Nervouna. Aak your. Druss'at to
phlnaraid todar. : v, ,'
word in quality and style arrow
Shirts are always outstanding To( their impeccable
tailoring, perfect fit and flattering collar styles. Made
of high quality fabrics, the "Sanforized" label guar-
t aaties pennaneat fitV, '.
i ,' lain &c fashion parade on Easter Sunday. Wear
an axiow and be sure that you are fashim6rtect ;
'. i .- - r,. A
' ' Fit ST IN FAIMIOH V
asd fancy tbim. tiea, aaadkcrcUe&, ualcrvear, erorttwear, stadu, twin irakj
at7?00 and -10:00 f.mr'"'
: Preserited by 1
, t Sir v
, ........ .... .....
ELLA FITZGERALD. No other
claim accorded to her . and no other singer so richly deserves "u
the success and plaudits. ,..-.,.,, c i
' After 23 years in show business, Ella's, appeal is greater'"
than ever. This year, as ahe has been so. frequently In the past,"."
Ella was selected, top female vocalist in. the Down Beat and
Metronome Magazine annual polls. Her record sales have topped"
the 25 million, mark. Night clubs and, theaters are clamoring
for personal appearances, r n,H
As a further tribute to her greatness', Ella Fitzgerald's fellow f
artists voted her the "greatest ever'1 in the female singers',;
category of the "Muslclana Musicians Poll.!' Jass expert Leonard
Feather conducted his unique poll for his 'Encyclopedia Year-, ';"
book of Jazz" With' 101 of America's finest and most famous :
musicians' easting' ballots, Ella received almost three times 'as
many votes as the second place winner.
There's -a reason for these triumphs' . and that's Ella n
herself. She possesses a tender simplicity of style that sets her
apart from aU other vocalists. While Ella sings with "heart," it
is a pure disciplined heart that shaves the ; great Fitzgerald t
technique. One writer said that "In Ella Fitzgerald there is a.4
basie purity of sonnd and style; she sings -truly and she sings
honestly, . Ella Fitzgerald is the Hemingway of singers. Ella
Is as perennial and versatile as Pedro Vargas and Tone la Negm
, Ninety minutes 1 of Jass Concert with the inimitable Rlln
Fitzgerald the Oscar Peterson Trio, Herb Ellis and the greatest w
Drum of the year Joe Jones, all In person today and tomorrow
at the CENTRAL Theatre- at 7:00
a r-x: av m w i
- .-t-.,. ... tyA j, ,J
singer has received the at
and :0t p.m.
aed bovt wear.
7 't t
THE PANAMA, AMERICAN AM INDEPENDENT, DAILY
i NEWSPAPER V-t t '"I s ' '
MONDAY, APRIL t, 1957
V TrfiS SPACE IS f OR SALE
FOR INFORMATiONTELEPHONE 2-0740
" THIS SPACE IS", FOR SALE v -"
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Santa Clara. Bex 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
Z-WJ, Cristobal 3-173.
POR RENT: Claan,' furnlh furnlh-d
d furnlh-d raam. '. Privata bathroom
and ontranea. Cooking laeUj laeUj-tio.
tio. laeUj-tio. 43rd Straat No. 13.
Arrives In Boston
BOSTON, April 8 (UP) Sir
Anthony Eden, deeply tanned
and looking "very fit" arrived
here yesterday for treatment of in intestinal?
testinal? intestinal? trouble that has plagued
him ,for four years. .
The former British prime minis minister,
ter, minister, wearing belted brown coat,
strode briskly down the plane
ramp to a waiting limousine. He
wan aecAmnanied by Lady Eden.
Eden. 59, "aid through Robert!
Marettv British consul general,
that he had had i pod journey"
and was "eoine to the hospital
for a, checkup. The Edens cut
hort a vacation .in New Zealand
because his recurring ailment be
came, worsen $. -V
Eden was driven to New Eng
land : Baptist Hospital for an ex
am na tion by Dr. Richard B cat cat-tell
tell cat-tell o Lahey Clinic, which uses
.the hospital facilities. Cattell was
one of a team of doctors who opt
crated on Eden in Boston In 1953
for a 'I bile duct obstruction.
v A contingent of British and Can Canadian
adian Canadian officials and a crowd of
bout ; 100 braved bone chilling
winds to greet Eden, who blamed
illness for his decision to quit as
head of the British government.
John F. Mae Cracken. State De-
Birtment representative, also
" greeted Eden in an "unofficial
- Eden flew the last leg of his
journey from Vancouver to Boston
in a fom-eniinejkpjyuWaian
Air rorct Biane,.;--
- Besides the intastlnaT trouble,
Eden was believed to be also suf suffering
fering suffering from a livei" condition.
v A plastic tube wa Inserted be
tween tne liver ana ine. imesunes
to assure a better flow of bile in
tne of a series of three major
abdominal operations in 1953. In
the first operation, Eden's gall
bladder was removed,
" Eden's complaints of sudden
changes in body temperature ac accompanied
companied accompanied by chills and feyer
support the theory that he is once
again suffering from an obstruc obstruction
tion obstruction in tha bile system.
Medical authorities do not be believe
lieve believe that the ailment would en endanger
danger endanger Eden's Me unless further
, Halted State DhtrM CNrt Ver The
- District t The Canal Zmm,' v
' Crtat6bal. Dhriaion
" Sidnay S. Rawiim. UtMlant.
AJbarara, her anslncs, bollm. tackla,
furniture, ate., and Opak Foodt.' inc.
. Jtaraondcnta. No 2101. In Admiralty.
By virtu of an Order of al baued
ut ef tht United State District Court
' Vf or tti Dtetriat ot tha Canal Zona,
i Criatobal DWiaioii, on the 4th day of
, April. MJT. notice la hereby given that
:, I will sell by public auction, for cash.
T S. currency, on Tuesday, th Z3rd
day of April. 1K7. at 10 o'clock AM..
at th United SUtea District Court.
Criatobal. Canal Zone, th Motor Vea Vea--
- Vea-- fid- Albacora. her enslnes. boilers, tackle.
Airnittrre. etc, a she now Mas at Pier
' IS. within the Industrial Division Area.
at Cristobal. Canal Zone.
, For further information, write to
United States Marshal Joseph I. Kln Kln-cald.
cald. Kln-cald. Drawer J. Bilbos Heights; Canal
Zona, or telephone Z-2SM.
JOSEPH I. KINCAtS
United State Marshal
. Ancan. Cansl Zone 1
: April S. 1S6T.
: AST SERVICE i
CALLS TIL 10 00 PJrL.
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modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: "-Furnished Mod.
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roome, bed-roome, living room, dining
room, kitchen, porch, garage.
44th Sr. East No. 241. Phono 3 3-1423.
FOR RENTi Apartment one
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room, kitchen, and bath in Be Bella
lla Bella Vista, facing Urraca Park.
For information cell 2-1951. Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. ,;:' '
FOR RENT:; Airy,- modern
3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apart,
ment, balcony, maid's room
with bath, hot water,: garage.
Available April 15th, S150.00
Call 2-0321, business hours.
FOR. RENT: Two one bod.
room furnished, apartment ne
upstairs on ground floor on
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FOR RENT: Newly fur furnished
nished furnished and unfurnished apart,
merits. ALHAMBRA APART APART-MENTS,
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Phono mi.-Phono 13M, Colon.
FOR., RENT: Cool unfur unfurnished,
nished, unfurnished, on bedroom, apart apartment
ment apartment With porch, living room,
diningroom, kitchen, bath, dry
.closets etc. completely screen-i
ad located in "La Joya" build building
ing building on fourth of July Ave.
near Canal Zone. Rent ,$45.00
Tel, Panama 2 0027 or 3-07M.
FOR RENT: Two apart apart-merits,
merits, apart-merits, completely furnished.
One and two bedrooms, includ including
ing including refrigerator, hot water,
screened. 43rd street No, 27,
The Panama liner Cristobal la
scheduled to sail from Cristobal
Wednesday with 112 passengers
for New York.
- Four passengers tre booked for
Port-auPrince, Haiti. They are
Mrs. Edna T. Karpinski; Miss An Anna
na Anna Russell: Miss Elizabeth Rus Rus-aelL
aelL Rus-aelL and Georea Stillmsn
Among the .passengers sailint
for- IVew York are Robert Van
Waener. administrative ossistant
in tha Maintnance,Divislon and
WalUr Oliver, suporvisot of Span Spanish
ish Spanish is : the Canal Zone Schools.
xney ..are accompanied by their
wives.- : : v -The
com nlet e advance nisannoAr
usi ror iNew xorK touows:
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Aller;
Mrs., and Mrs. Howard G. An.
derson; Mr. and Mrs: Luis E. Az Az-carraga;
carraga; Az-carraga; Mr. and Mis. Aldred F.
rani.e; xar. jonn u. carrier,
Miss Candida R. Chiarl: Miss Lau
ra u. casement; Mrs. Anna Cha Cha-pek;
pek; Cha-pek; Dr. and Mrs. Henry Cohen;
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cousins:
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Cross.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Davis:
Mr. and Mrs. Leon E. Dedeaux:
Mr, ana Mrs. Jofln Dec; Mr. and
Mrs. M. J. Devsney: Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Dreyfus: Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Duncan and 2 daughters;
Mr. and Mrs. Gambol J. Dunn;
Mr. and Mrs, Alfredo Fiirueroa:
Dr. and Mrs. Willard H Foss;
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gordon: Mrs.
Lena B. Graham; Mr. and ..Mrs.
Henry Grueneis; Mr. and Mrs.
ana airs, wuuara a. uau: air.i
and Mrs. K. C. HeUums; Mrs, 1 nrST ,T. Tt m i. rallV in
S"C iSnW mTs'-fS: Sf? S Pr.air,pl.ce
JVC5,' r- -SilvFifrliuere yesterday to demonstrate
erick Kalmbach Mrs. Martine
Kane; Mr. and Mrs. Alec Knights;
Mr. Ernest Kohn; and Mrs.
Charles W. Kreig; and Mrs. Rich
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Law
rence: Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Leach;
Miss Margaret Ann MacKinnon,
Miss Virginia MacJunon; Mr. and
Mrs. James G. Maguire; Mr. and
rs. winthrop; Mr. Msyo; Mr.
and Mrs. Earl H. McCathron; Mr.
Henry N. McCathron; Mr. and
rs. John F. McDowell and son;
Mr. Edward J. Michaelit; Mr. Ed Ed-gard
gard Ed-gard S. Mornhtnweg; Miss Letita
O'Hanlon; Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pola Pola-check;
check; Pola-check; Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Poole.
Mr. John H. Poole, Jr.; Mr. and
Mrs. Mearl D. Pritchard; Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Silversteln; Mr.
and Mrs. H. Doyle Snyder; Mrs.
Fannie M. Sosa; Mr. and Mrs.
Henry A. Spelman; Mr. and Mrs.
James Steele; Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
mrt Van Wiener: Mr. and Mrs.
Hamilton Webb; Mr. and Mrs., EuseMo MujaL secretary gen gen-Frank
Frank gen-Frank F. Williams and daughter: eral of the Cuban Confederation
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Woolems; and c' Laborv said the anions partici-
! Mrs. ana nrs. narry cocoes ana
ALGIERS, Algeria. April 8 (UP)!darrty and sympathy with Batistaltime fat the 21 Masters outings
A band ofAlgerUB rebels "ex- sad his goverament. Tber were tut It had beea won in that fi
uted" 11 Moslems, Including a, .Yea. Bested" to Uka part la tha gnre. Tbe record is a 274 shot
s a a la, r i. . l ZA aisul . i w cVTb f
nm.n tsi a ravt mi a villa ta'Umnetratiah lOISI ttid. and
Western Algeria today. Preach af (
Poiica said tbe mauscre of tbe.
it will ers aimareatlv en d
sined to. terrorise other resideat,
infa roooerstuic antk tbe naboaai-
is rebel forces. 3 tlaa for the govemmesit eoa&'Saa Fraaciaca poed a oneever head- 7 .' Jack Jenkins who is a!w director
1 A band of some 50 rebels twep to. liunl for labor: Sea. Maria par 73 good for fourth place at Playing it safe on 1( and 17,1 of this Cboral Group, did a novel novel-mto
mto novel-mto the tiny vilUre of Dooar Sta waet Carbonet. wbe eaid she 2SS. t ord came up to the 18lh with jty number "Johnny Sntocker." To
Lerreg, horded IS Moslem me- i -e for the womea followers of-- Ford won the touroar -iitbe crown already tucked in his!' .at tt brought tbe house down
and a woman IM a hot and I e President, and Pedro Atom a tbe back nine where led id -olf bg. But be gsve the gne would be the understate ment of
mowed them dew with subma-
chire guns, aothonlies said.
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FOR SALE: 1954 Bulck su super
per super 4 door sedan, A-l condi condition.
tion. condition. .Phone, Balboa --2-2452 ;
make an offer' or ask my pri
co, see at 1515B Akoo St. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa after 4;00 p.m..
FOR SALE: Plymouth .$.
wagon 2-door, e passenger. Ful Fully
ly Fully equipped. Leaving for
States, $1,000. 2010 1-St., Curun
FOR SALE:-- IMS Singe r
;Roaditr $300.00 for equity and
r o w m e 1 payments. $441.00
; FOR SALE: SMobabor 154
President $1750 wiU trade,
Phono Balboa 17U. V
, FOR SALE: 194$ Packard I
motor completely rebuilt.
i Call after S p.m. reasonable,
FOR SALE: Ford l54,.sljc
cylinder. Perfect condition.
Easy payment.- Telephone i ij- ;j.
FOR SALE:- 1941 Fleetwood i
Cadillac, runs good. Dial Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 84-221$, Sgt. Vela. ;
FOR SALE:-t- 1951 Chevrolet
Sedan excellent, tires,; radio.
Low' mileage, one owner.. $550.
See at 2264-B Carr Street, Bal-
boa.Jv". v.-,!.; J-:t
FOR SALE: 1951 Bulck au-
, per 41 Sedan.
ealT '-'- '
Gibraltar T If e Ids. Co.
tor rates and Information
v TeL Panama $-0588
TRANSPORT! S BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Movdra
Phones 2 2451 SZ-2Z
Leara Ridiiig at "i
PANAMA RIDIN6 SCHOOL
I'Ridiaa Jamahs Class dalhl
s to 9-m. pimm a-a4ii
: j sna Im flftar HmaT
McLevy Machines, Maswi
Steam Bath aisle ani lezaata
Meaieal belts, erth brace.
H At. Jant Araaeawaa a-m
Dt. SCHQLL HlBc4 CUropodM
SAN BLAS ;
April 14 $17.50 each
iy; St. 7-27 TeL 2-1681
Of Cuban President
HAVANA.' Cuba. April 8 (UP)
. j ,:.i.j-v
their support of President Fulgen
The three day demonstration
was organized by the aix parties
of- the government 't political co coalition
alition coalition as "an act of homage" to
Batista and as a "national apol apology"
ogy" apology" for the rebel attack, on the
palace in which some 40 persons
were killed March 13.
Thoussnds or Cubans massed
in the Plaxa. del Pueblo in front
of the northern terrace ol tne
palace, and many Drone uireugn
ir.:.. 'ii n.t;.t.
his' wife, Martha, jrho -watched
from a third-stonr window
It was the largest public dem dem-orutraUoa
orutraUoa dem-orutraUoa in Havana since
Batista se'rsed power in a blood bloodless
less bloodless coup in March, 1952.
It also marked the first time
that orcanized labor "hit the
street" t a demonstration of
union streneth since the regime
ri former President Carlos Prio
fated m toaay a rauy
noliticallT. ifor peace and
prosTeM In the defense of the
Tboosands .of government em-,2
pkryes turned' out for tha celebra-.'.z.
uorj as a emoostratioti e' eon-
- niwfinned report- theyi Third placa went te Jimmy Do-!
h n choice of complying witblmiret of Kiamesba Lake, N. Y
' quest" or losing their jobs Inte Saead a three-time forme
' -s bo sooke from the Miiten ehamnioa who rama ir
of the -palace DCded,with a rwo-tmder-par 70 and a 287
.. President Battel .. Gaas
l.ee. a rkfnan for youth
FOR SALE : 5 pieces brown
' Samsonite luggage, used once.
S60.00.' Balboa 2674.
IP YOU LIKE AND KNOW i
, THE RESTAURANT BUSI BUSINESS
NESS BUSINESS THIS IS YOUR OPPOR OPPORTUNITY
TUNITY OPPORTUNITY TO BUY ONE EXCE EXCELLENTLY
LLENTLY EXCELLENTLY LOCATED, AND
' WRITE TO "NEOOCIO'' BOX
,i 134 PANAAAA. , vl Ai'
FOR SALE: H n y and
White cocker pups, no. papers.
' Call Navy 2342 after 1400 or
so at 1339-B 15th Naval Dis District,
trict, District, i ; .. t
FOR; SALE: 2 used pool ta.
blr excellent condition, i corn corn-plot
plot corn-plot with new doth, pockets,-'
balls, cues and all ether ac accessories.
cessories. accessories. Phone, Panama 3 3-;4982,
;4982, 3-;4982, $:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m, l;t
FORI SALE: 21 inch Philca
. T.V. st and revolving table,
'antenna $100.00. 24 inch girl's
i bicycle $10.00. Call Albrook 84-
';S205. .. -t
FOR SALE:- 8" circular saw;
1-2 P.H. motor 25 cy work',
bench. Tool closet. Smell grin grinder
der grinder with 1-4 P.H. motor sot
Barbells. 0805 Plank St.' Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, Phono 2-2188.
DRAWER "Ai" DIABLO ,.
ox i2i i, .Cristobal, cx j-
TV OWNER: Local service
"call within 3 hours or by ap appointment
pointment appointment $2.50. Shopwork re returned
turned returned the day after receipt of
TV. Save, pick up and delive-
. ry charge by bringing In your
table models. Phono 2-44H U.
' S. Tolevision. V-
Era Ehds?lS NY
V NEWT ORK, April t-(TJP)
The era of the electric trolley
baalsnded In New York City.
t The. Queensboro Bridge- Rail Railway
way Railway Company, the city's last
line, ran Its final trolley over
the bridge early yesterday. Bus Buses
es Buses took over today.
- The final run started at 12:20
a.m. at Queens Plaza and ended
10 minutes later at Second Ave Avenue
nue Avenue and, 59th Street
Company officials said they
have not decided on disposition
of its seven trolley cars. The 14
i J srffefe AHea fa inH
rnata trolleys wm
Doug f Ford
By WILLIAM TUCKER
iiTfiTTST". f!i.? Aoril 8 (UP)
twmi Ford of Mahopac, N. Y.,
SW toSSd 75tt!i
h la Sneadand capture fSe
coveSd Masters gotf crown the
tirt "time a -winter lournamem
LhofTver halteiumphed in the
Bobby Jones event.
nimavintf a dav on which he
could do no wrong, Ford swatted
I v.n t k- a.rui on th 18th,
'hole and watched it drop in thejkes on Snead sm 214. st the
cup from about we as mcnnwiui i
trowd set up a migniy 7e.
rj .iih 283. five
strokes under par, for the tourns-
ment, ana picsea up-m u f
t -u." t eanno that swelled
1957 earnings beyond $20,000.
$20 000 priie money with s $1'
bonus due to heavy attent ...
u round 20,000 on the final p
Ford was leading the toi
m.n rimiit winners when he go'
here, aa honor that usually la a
iklSS Of death in Ul atasiera,
and had captured the Los Angeles
and Panama Owens, v.
' ,. i4
Snead Closed Well
'- ; r
Snead patched together ".as
game oa the last four holes with
birdies ob three
OI inem iw pari
I for second place.)
snd 2M total
ada 296t otal for second place.
The winning 283 was ttethird
Dm Hnsa hi 1S5X
toUL Aanrtmr Harvie ward
fsvoritef have binwo rt time after
Laie. &sead ktd ba the osoct
s. V '. ,i.55HV
POR SALE:-LOT ON TRANS TRANS-ISTHMIAN
ISTHMIAN TRANS-ISTHMIAN HIGHWAY U
-MILES' FROM CITY 5600 ME-
TERS.NEXT TO HIGHWAY.
ALSO LIGHT PLANT15 DC
135 AMPS ALSO CHARGES
"BATTERIES f SIX AND
TWELVE VOLTS. CALL SPA-
FQR SALE:- 111,000 M2. of
land' on transisthmian high--wy
voppite Ch'libre- Call I
CUT-UPS ----End-man Charlla Bones) Louis -wields- a razor ab
Charlie ;(TwlnkJetoes) ; Lowe, 'whUa another t-nd-man" tries to
Interfere during:, the first performance of the annual Elks Ole
Time'' Minatrelj' last) week.; t The' next perf ormance will be
' "; '. toniorrow, night at the Balboa Theater,..
ElbrMihstref Scheduled To; Repeat
Tdnioirbwj Nig ntit Balboa Theater
"The Elk annual Ole Time Min-
trel played to a full House ,ai ine
grit.gTh1ater last Tuesday mght.
dds Masters i
cihsistent. pressure player?, on-, the
tarnh -isr ntasiT v A lira.
This time it h was Ford who
nocked off four birdies on the
J-st made the turn when ie heard
tie 34-year-old Ford was in;witfi
a w. 1
Then Soead fell sad off Ms
jace. uogeyuig wur u.u.c
fiven the back nine. There was
nothing anybody else in the field
could do. '? ?
Ford had to oick up three
35 to set the staee for a bhst-
ng dueland a Psble P'rf
" u,uu :"- i
:A Efiy. Putting Distance
Ford got off to: s business-like
, Urt, ramming his Irons toeasy
utting dutances. He' got birdie
tart, ramming his irons to asy
citting distances. He got -a birdie
tiree on1 the first hole with a twol
ina a diu jwhct ami saua, miicc-
fwter n the eighth for another,
1 8. made the rest of the nine in
He paired 10 and II and on No.
3? his tee shoti a six iron landed
2 feet from the cup. He'chipped
1 4a.- v v ; '
nt. naa a oaa arive on u uui
layed it safely,' getting back for
par. On the Jth, Ford's second
bot,a seven iron, took him with-
seven feet snd he gam holed
1 JL f- t
,yi -won the tournament oa the
i Cf ta TrrM si i4 easrken laaa r annlawl
5th,?. Ford, said when he gambled ;
is second to dear the pond and
-l.ban made the green and he
' r dows in two for a birdie. This
"it the same bole where Snead
g raWed and won Saturday' to go
.to tne nnai round one sxroseiTnompson and tne uiieriocuior
1 1 added lift mi'jt lit t.srt inlo(Ui ear.
tie cp. .. iia acU Ut
FOR' SALE: Bedroom, living
room, dining room sets. Refri Refrigerator,
gerator, Refrigerator, : stove, heater,. wash-.
ing machine, radio. Perfect
condition. Good price.. Tele'
phone 2-3955. Panama. r
4 pieces Guatemalan living
i room set. Mahogany coffee t-
'bio, floor lamps, Philce rdio
;mith record player 25 and 60
yii book cases, 8'J sr en 1
. blinds, electric clock 25 ey.r
0805 Plank St.. Balboa Phono
f 2-2188.. , :
t Froni the timtf the curtain" open
ed with Jack Cruz singing ''Way
Down' Upon The Swanee River'
until the grand finale the audience
laughed and applauded the mirth
making end men and the members
of the chorus and olio.
"King. Cork" lived up to his re
putation ana reaiiy took over lor
the nite of fun and revelry. It was
the Interlocutor S Jack that musi
cal maestro Jenkins could do to
keep the six joke-tellin', song-sing
in", yeah and cotton pickin' -madcaps
under Control. Being the
straight man in this show is one
of Jack's most difficult tasks in inasmuch
asmuch inasmuch as be is as full of jokes
as any one of his cut ups.
Wally "Rastus" Russon lived up
to the title of his son "The Fun
niest Man in The Show" and' had
the crowd roaring with laughter
at bis jokes and songs. Jack
"Twinkletoes" Lowe sang and
danced himself rite into hearts of
the audience.- Tex "Tambo" Wat Watson,
son, Watson, who hss moved up from the
chorus and out of the olio of the
previous shows brought down the
house with his "sweet songs." Tex
was backed up in his numbers by
Mel Larson. Robert Todd. John
Mitchell, Elmer Knoblock and
Jack Elckroth. all members of the
60th Army Band and Fort Gulick
Choral GrouD. '
Ralph Mr. Banjo Himself Dials
brought the authentic touch to the
show with his numbers on the ban ban-Jo.
Jo. ban-Jo. For his encore he switched to
the ukelele and proved that it isn't
the size of the instrument that
, akes the music but the person
why plays 'it. Ralph is the direc director
tor director of the, 60th Army Band of Fort
Gulick. - v
Charlie Rnne Lnui the thirs
ty man iot the show 'sang lid
strutted to the delight of the en-1
tire audience when he gave out
With "Sleepy; Time Gal" and "A-l
lexandera Ragtime Band," to end
tbe circle Howard Burrhead'l
Marwin, another member of the
60th Army Band (as you probably;
noticed Ahe members of the Gu Gulick
lick Gulick Band are conspicuous by their
presence) had the crowd In stitch stitches
es stitches with his rendition of "T hose
Wedding -Bells Are Breaking Up
That nU r.,r, CH Vin Avain
tbe boys of the Choral Group fur
nished the background for this ex
'i tie audience clamored for more
anoVBurrbead" and s tbe group
plus. Charles Saequety, Don
WANTED:? Stenographer ex ex-perenced,
perenced, ex-perenced, competent. Shorts
hand English Spanish. Good
speller. Columbia .Pictures
.WANTED: Painter capable,
. silkscreen work regular : em-'
. ploymentr 'good opportunity for
right man, apply in person -to
Panama Plywood Corporation.
, t T '
LABORERS WANTED: If,
you era an experienced boat- ;
builder in both largo and
small boats and want a bet better
ter better position with- an expanding :
organization- please ""call Colon
1 1242-A between J a.m. and 12
Spring's Third Big Snow Stom ; -:
. Sweeps Across Western Plains
CHICAGO." April 8 CUP) The
third big snow storm of spring
rode on gale force winds across
the Western Plains today. i
Wind gusts up tac 35 miles an
hour whipped tup. ground t bliz
zards in tecuons ol Uioraao ana
Wyoming as 'the storm spread
across those Vates In its march
toward the Texas and "Oklahoma
panhandles, which were paralyzed
by a blizzard last Sunday.
The. storm also extended to Utah
and Northern New Mexico and
touched." Eastern Nebraska and
parts of Kansas. T-if .- iA
Thirty-one Inches of snow1 fell
at Leadville, Colo. Thirteen inches
of snow covered Lander, ; Wyo.,
Lecture Set For
Friday At Balboa 1
l Arch Ballev of San Francisco.
Cal., will deliver a lecture onthe
subject. ('Christian Science: The
Joyous Way of Love"' at Balboa
Theater Friday evening' at 8 ,o-
The lecture' is presented -utfifer
thf auspices of the First Church
of Christ,, Scientist; Ancon, and
is, ireo giicnurtc . v
Another address by the same
lecturer, 'Christian Science: The
science ror -xi very nay uvuig"
will be given in Cristobal Masonic
Temple at 4 o'clock Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon under-t the auspices of First
unurcn ot jutns, ocienusi, wnsio wnsio-bal.
bal. wnsio-bal. f' -,;'--' v. -7
The 'time of the Balboa lecture
wax erroneouslv reported as
ing place a day earlier than the
correct date as given above.
anotlieht and orovided mora top-
notch entertainment, j acx jenxins
'..rfi-noA with her Snanish
dances. Betty Merry and Betty
Andersen, two lovely gals from
Coco Solo sang and danced. The
old time favorite of past shows
Murrel Dodd had a surpriso act
that topped all surprises. You
must come out and see for your
self. Robert Schults another Pad-
fic Sider the "basso profoundo de
llghted the audience' with Old
Man Kiver. ;" h
The producer and directress of
this talented loaded show is Mrs.
Eua Cheek. Etta was the musical
director of the first show back in
1952 and has produced ana aireci-) Sylvam was elected as provi provi-ed
ed provi-ed the other three. -Along with nnntl nresident by the Senate
producing and directing she has jlst Feb. T, five days after th
had a vocal spot In the olio every resignation4 of : provisional Pres Pres-year.
year. Pres-year. lident Joseph 'Nemours Pierre-
Yoa racuic siaers wui ne a nie
to see this frolicking,: rollicking
show tomorrow at the Balboa
Theater. Curtain will go, up at t
p.m. sharp. Tickets are si per
person snd may be purchased
person and may be purchased
from any member of the cast or
from the Elks Home In Balboa
(phone 2-1414) or from the Elks
Home in Margarita ( p hone (3 (3-1542).
1542). (3-1542). - ':
The final performance will be at
the Margarita Theater, Thursday.
'- While Serreaat Hermaa tDaa Daryea) checks a IK j
CoL Deaa Hesa i Rock Hadsoa) listeat ta a eoniplalnt from ;
Sergeant (Alaa Hale) te this acesve from I nlvrrsaJ-In ter- t
national's "Battle Hymn."
' "Battle HTmn," a Technicolor pktore sfarrtnr Hod- j
on, Martha liyer. Dnryea and Abb kashn, will be rtleas- I
ed sooa at the Central Theatre.
WANTED: American family
, desires 3 or preferably a 4 bed
. room Chalet in good "Residen "Residential
tial "Residential Area". Call Panama 3-1329
between hours of ;l:00 wntill I
1 WANT E D Responsible per
son to take care of child. Ar
. boix, Apartment Fifth street.
Colon. r ."
, , A
WANTED: Cook and gone-
ral housekeeper,' must be neat.
. Apply house 4260. Los Rios.
t. .. r. v.. :- i .' :
while 11 inches was reported at ;
Colorado Springs and B inches at
Chadron, Neb. t
1, Although notras severe as tha v
two earlier; snowstorms, state po-1
Hce. reported that drifing snow
threatened to close all roads in
Southern Colorado. Highways and
mountain passes were, packed
with snow.' Some roads were re reported
ported reported 7 'blocked in Western v
Nebraska. i'ryt -.'
Police warned motorists to 'stay
off the, highways and there were
no reports of stranded or missing
Jersons. There were 45 deaths in
ast week's blizzards, tornadoes i
and floods. 7
A sloppy mixture of 'Ice and
snow made traveling hazardous in
Northern Missouri, Illinois, North-
era Indiana, and Ohio.
, Strong winds raised dust : snd
sand storms in. Arizona and South South-ern
ern South-ern Calfironia. t
Meanwhile, rain swollen rivera
flooded lowlands' in Georgia, Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois.7?
Some 30 roads wera closed in Ohio
by floodwaters. -.
State police said that the s wol wol-ten
ten wol-ten streams and rivers were slow.
ly subsiding in most of the states
and there were no reports of ex extensive
tensive extensive property damage.
In"- Foiir Kdnihs
;'- ,m.' ii- -;-.'.. :".. A, y ,(
TORT AIT PRINCE. Haiti.1 April
fUPv-f Haiti-had its third
tak-provisional government in four
months today. An executive coun
cil was sworn in. yesterday to
serva until the presidential elec elections
tions elections scheduled for .June 15.
Formation of the council ended
a political crisis touched off by
t ees 78i"t- provisional Presi-
.dent Franck Sylvaln. Sylvam was
' was -selected r by ls five of tha
.removed from office last Tuesday
and Placed under house arrest
' The 13-man interim government
residential candidates: Daniel
Fignole and Louis Dejoie. each
named three ministers and one
lunder secretary; Francois Duval-
xr selected three ministers; and
Auxea viau ana Augusie xaucno
each named two ministers,:
. 7 7 .;.' "'
The residential elections origl-
nally were acheduled for April 28.
tnuis.; Pierre-Louis, was named to
lie post after, tha ouster of Gen.
Paul E. Magloire last December.
r auiII! SPICIAL
.wMk coon $15.00 fet erl
-wk ceorae $25.00 for coople
Hot lst rkan 5 couple.
HARNETT & DUNN
- Bklkoa 2-421 '.
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:, PARIS, April 8 (UP) France
tcrri it. bieeest royal show
S nee the 1789 revolution today
i welcome Queen Ellzabetlt u,
, i. Tftiirninff British Queen
j ufc!thi country in 10
The Queen and her husband,
!rlnce Philip, flew In from Lon Lon-on
on Lon-on at noon. They found a
;huge Union Jack flying from
the .-. Elf eel ; Tower, and Paris
principal streets were festoon festoon-.
. festoon-. td in Britain's national colors.
(TIM; royal couple drove oi oi-rectlr
rectlr oi-rectlr from the airport to the
Jlysee Palace, official residence
v t Prtrtant. Rene Coty, to
- aample the first of some 3000
bottles of champagne set aside
ior the royal visit.
Hundreds of policemen Hn Hn-.
. Hn-. ed the route from the airport.
' -Ho the palace as a precaution
"atainst possible violence by
-thev Communists the only
, Slreable K roup In France
t which was not. delighted by
thm Oueen'i visit.
' The government has spent
1500,000 on preparations for the
xoyal tour, ana private mm
'prise has spent uncounted thou
, The headline on today's Pa.
' 'ri.-Preiise ,was the single Eng
llsh word "Welcome 1" the same
greeting expanded in s o m e
eases to "Welcome to the
OiiMn)n anneared in hundreds
bf shop windows.
Nftt vfn the Communists ex
wmA nxtreme ODDOsition to
the Queen's visit. Today's edi edition
tion edition of the Red organ Humanite
limited Its criticism to a sour
comment that the British mon mon-urch
urch mon-urch will confer with Gen. Lau Lau-ris
ris Lau-ris Norstad. American com com-'
' com-' mander of allied forces in Euro-
'pe, -during, her stay. ' -..
Of jflnorinfl Ike's
Order On Hiring
WASHINGTON. APril '(UP)"-r
T.:i.m-... rt. Davis (D-Ga)
accuse administration officials
today of ignoring President Eisen-
; hover a oraer w now uowuuu"'
of new federal employes.
Davis,, chairman of a House
Subcommittee investigating feder-
' al employment.1 called for ap ap-pointment
pointment ap-pointment of a high-level execu executive
tive executive staff "with iron in its spine
to check on the use of government
''Without this check-rein on ex ex-iMincinn
iMincinn ex-iMincinn the Coneress and the
inaviri are at the mercy of
1 what will be an ever-expanding
bureaucracy," he said.
Davii said a check of major
' government agencies showed that
only tne veterans rtomimsuiuou
hid set up controls to insure that
the President's order was carried
" Mr. Eisenhower last
' directed that new
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SIX DI? IN TAVERN BOMBING Firemen and doctor carry one of the victims'' from the
wreckage of a Los Angeles tavern that was rocked by a gasoline-bomb .explosion that took six
lives and seriously injured three others. Police said four men, who had been elected from .the
bar earlier, tossed an open can of gasoline Into the crowded cafe, and then set it aflr,'.y'"
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. Let the people know. the truth and the country is ia'fe- 'Abraham Lincoln. ; y 1
PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, APRIL S, 195T
on 0 Aew West Indiari Capital
Narrows To 2 Trinidad Sites
PORT OF SPAIN" TrinlHof
April 8 (UP) i The choice for
the location of the new wt
Indies Federation's capital has
narrowed to two sites; qualifi
ed sources said today.
i rifcirT f -s
-. ii li n iwnm I in i ii i ii .ffljtWJ
Angeles tavern, in which six persons lost their lives are brought into police headquarters. At
left is Clyde Bates, who was identified as the man who, was ordered out of the tavern for
annoying a woman patron. In center is Oscar Brenhaug, also-identified as having. been in
the establishment. At right is officer R.
Danger Of War
Vilh So'viel Union
WASftlNGTON, APril 8 (UP)
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles has told Congress that the
"only serious danger" of a war
between the United States and
Russia lies in the chance Rus
sia may misunaersiana u.a.
To minimize this danger. Dulles
said, this country must do eveiy-
thina possible now to make lis
Walter S.. Robertson, assistant
tecretarv of state- Far Eastern
affairs, also told Congress that
the Soviet "peace offensives"
have been "belied by the conunu
Tw.mhr mg buildup 01 military, power
employes ) inrougnoui ujrainuui-uwu i co
W t JLama
should behireo oniy "BS-r,ei: d RoberUW testified
y, coum n," -'-"th:' behind closed doors before a
fdled by transferring other Appropriations subcommit
employes. tee recentiy j support of the
. The Council of State Chambers State v Department's $230,375,720
ef Commerce, meanwhile, called budget. Their testimony was
ai the administration to cut back, made public today,
planned increase of 85,655 jobs in, '
hon. military agencies. It esti- Rep. Robert U F. Sikei (D-Fla
' JTii k.t tk. ..ini in ulariri said he believed that if this
1 aotf-other expenses would be 450 country tells Russia "We cannot
million aoiiars. m r
,7 that we will go to war if neces
, Davis' subcommittee is ex- sary, then they are going to stop
picted to hold hearings next short of that certain stage.
month on compliance with the Dulles agreed. t
President's directive. It also willl "I think the only serious danger
. resume its inquiry into adminis-of wsr with the Soviet Union is
tration plans to hire 73,000 ad- a war which might come about
dltional government workers by tirougha miscalculation on their
June 30, 1958. part," Dulles ssid.
j Davia said the President made! "I think if we make our own
rk inr, hrt rrnnillT re- posiUon Clear in advance so as
sponsible for carrving out the t exclude that risk of miscalcula miscalcula-hlring
hlring miscalcula-hlring directive. He added that tion." he added, "then we do
the subcommittee findings so far away with the greatest risk of
. Kunnnrt it mntontinn ihit Mr. War.
"hsi no independent i uuues ouagei i iiwui me
knowing what is same as tne amount appropnaiea
I the SUte Department last
jear. However, last year's spend
i m UaI.. (iJ eon (WW tnr nw
t building, on which only 7 million
Weather Or NotM?" .l.bein ,pent ta 0,8
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AFTER BOMB BLAST KILLED SIX Oscar Camou. co-man.
ager of the Mecca Bar in Los Angeles, comforts waitress Joyce
Chapadelalne, after lour men who had been ejected from the
bar returned and tossed a gasoline-bomb Into the establish establishment,
ment, establishment, killing aix persons and seriously Injuring three others.
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Suspected In Bar Holocaust
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LOS ANGELES, April S (UP)
A gas station attendant today fac faces
es faces four suspects in the bombing of
a neighborhood bsr in an attempt
to identify two of them as the pur purchasers
chasers purchasers of lethal can of gaso gasoline.
line. gasoline. The fuel, was thrown into the
TTESDAT, APRIL t
West Java Police
Slain In Barracks
By Reb Gangsters ;
DJAKARTA. April (CP)
Rebels machlnegnnned mobile
brigade police while they slept
In their barracka hi West Java
Thursday night killing seven
and wounding six men. delayed
pres reports said toaay.
Those under arrest are Manuel
J. Chavez, 25, Clyde Bates, 36 Os-
cer JJrenbaug, 44. and Manuel I.
Hernandez, 18. ;
Buses Run; Again ;
In Chile'Slreels; ; v
Fares Remain Same
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SATNIAGO." Chile. ADril I
(UP The government, bowing
to the will of rioters who had
disrupted life in Chile's major
cities for more than a wek.
When money for thii building cafe with a burning book of match-
. : i j
is deducted, mere is an increase i nm uj uigiu nu ue men
of 139.200.000 -ia contemplated and a woman died in the explo-
SUte Department spending, ln'siva flames.
defetiding this, Dulles admitted)
k. k.H kmh ton uuinii in! Four mea who had been evict-
trimming the department budget! d,lronu, c,"b Mecca shortly
wbea be took office ia 1953. before, the bombing art beld on
lurptcum oi muracr.
The servloe station attendant,!
Campbell Ledgerwood. told police
yesterday, "I think -I might have
sold a couple of those fellows the!
gssoune ased in the bombing." started buses running here
Mis description of nis customors day at no advance in f area,
who arrived on foot anl said their f Riots in Santiago, Valparaiso,
car bad run out of gas, matched. Concepcion and Vina del Mar
two of the -suspects, police taxi .(called to nrattst a croiected
Ledgerwood will attempt t id en-(rise ef 50 per cent or more 1n
ofy tbem in the jpeUce lineup this transit fares, caused at least 18
afternoon. .-.- . (deaths and Injured more than
Police said the four have ad-300 persons last week. .
mum mey were uie mea oastedi A epeciai commission repre-i
from tn Club for makinf rfia.lanHn k vmmri( ti. itn-
The report aid the rebel turbance. Detective Srt. John A.lion rhi)' ntDdents and local
gang attacked the police bar-ITidyniao saiH. "Thev are e r v!tranit nthm-itiex wj annoinU
rackj at Trldjar near Mount frightened. We expect them to!ed to study the transportation
Tjeremai, some 60 miles east of,crack at anjr time under question- situation and dfdde whether
Djakarta. t iwg.- - If. ris ntctxzirr.
Apart from the appointment
or tne uovernor General and
the holding of federal general
elections next March, the t only
major oecisioo : penmng in the
Federation U selection, of 'the
xor ine capital in Trinidad.
The Federation, first new
nation in the Americas since
Panama was created in 1903,
will include. Jamaica, Trini Trinidad,
dad, Trinidad, the Leeward Islands, the
Windward Islands and Bar
bados -. all-.former British
it will' have a total nAmiia.
tion or three million, on II
main islands with an armrnYi
mate territorlal area of 8000
A sub-cnmmlti.ee nnolnt'
the Standing Federation -Com.
mlttea.ln Jamaica" last January
is oue here .m the next few days
to aeciae on me capital's site
iney wm inspect the recom recommended
mended recommended r sites, and make the
iinat decision. A local commit
tee appointed by ; Trinidad's
Eighteen' babies. IncludlnB a set
of girl twins, were born at Coco
Solo Hospital during the week end
ing at midnight Wednesday, ac according
cording according to the regular hospital re
port. The twins were born April
1 to Mrs. and Mrs. Thomas Pecot
Of COCO SolitO. ' :t .
1 ;' y:;-"! Tr'i y. t Z:
During the week 99 pafients
were' admitted and 82 were dis discharged..;,;,.;
charged..;,;,.; discharged..;,;,.; .y'i'J.yi-iy,.
(Babies were born to the follow
ing American citizens: Mr. and
Mrev Ruben Robertson, of Gatun,
daughter: Mr., and Mrs. Archie
uavis, of Coco Solo, daughter;
Mr", and 1 Mrs. Hobsoh Webster,
oi loco aoiuo, son; Air. and Mrs
Hopert Blades of Coco Soli to,
daughter; and Sgt. and Mrs. Gran Granville
ville Granville Richards, bf Coco Solito,
son. i .;.
Babies were born to th fnllnw.
ing parents of Psnamanian nation nationality:
ality: nationality: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Arch-
bold, of Colon, son; Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Henry, of Camp B i e r d.
son; Mr. and Mrs. Barrington
Smith, of Rainbow City, daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Osbert Havnes. of
colon, daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Hones, of Rainbow City,
A Biicrht... M- -HJ -..IL V..-.
" ft" mi. must wii. vuULfcIb
aeaies oi colon, son; Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Findlayter. of Colon.
daughter; Mr; and Mrs. Cesar
vuona. of itainbow City, daugh daughter;
ter; daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Worrell, o
Colon, daughter: Mr. and Mr.
Thomas Hull, of Colon, daughter;
and Mr. and Mrs. Horacio Quinte Quinte-ro,
ro, Quinte-ro, of Colon, son. .-
chief minister,', Dr. Eric Wii
Hams, has. prepared : a. full re
pori ior them. v ..
The two most, favored sites
are .Trinidad's ancient Span-
ia capiiai oi st.: Joseph and
Cugnaramas, present ; site ? of
the ; last ;-rU.jp. military j base
here, jiow deactivated and in
; a caretaking status. t
"Valsayn'f la the ham aiisr
gested jfor! the hew capital, r v
From the Federation's uolnt
of view, Cuaguaramas is seen as
me oest net. providing the Unit
ed JStates government weri wii,
Lllng i to i release the site which
1 noius on: a vy-year lease. : r
An estimated 4 10- million U tn
be :; spent .Initially .on establish
ing the capital. If Chaguaramas
were vanaoie, an enormous sav saving
ing saving would be. made on existlns
buildings and such facilities as
roaas, water and eiectrical in installation
stallation installation s and harbor facilities.
in the meantime round-the-
clock, work Is. going on in Port
of Bnaln lnrthe tallest building
"i wie uniisn ; west indies
seven stones ; which is to
uouse or Tieaerai aaministra.
tion temporarily. ; ;,3 ;
kThe federal official already
appointed are expected to move
in eany next year.- Originally.
the building, was scheduled to
be-ready by July or August next
year. - Efforts are .. now belnz
made to have It ready by Octo-j
ber, or at latest, December this
year. ;f;;'''.A'. V
Two of the Tour officlala ap appointed
pointed appointed John Modercai of
Jamaica, chief secretary; and
Lonls Blache Fraser of Trini Trinidad,
dad, Trinidad, financial secretary, and
their Staffs are bow .work
Inr Barbados,' r ;H : r
.They, with the -' Information
officer, William Richardson; of
Trinidad, will 1 transfer to the
new building here as soon as it
becomes available1. The fourth
official. Federal :. Chief Justice
Sir Eric Halllnan. Is now in
Cyprus but la also expected here
before the genera) elections.
whether- the federal capital
will be sufficiently developed to
accomodate the winners of the
March election appears doubt doubtful
ful doubtful i hence, the attraction of
A So far there ls"onlyjone poli political
tical political party the West Indian
reaerai La Dor .party (FLP)
but a considerable amount of
Is going on between leaders of
other tentative groups. r
Dr. Williams, present No-
favorite to become the Federa
tion's first Prime Minister: has
yet to pronounce himself as to
what pa,rty h would, favor but
he is expected eventually to
: The first tak of the new
government will be to elect
its Prime Minister, the second
to confirm the appointment
of the four officials listed a a-bove
bove a-bove and the third to make
other I federal appointments.:
chiefly minor one.i t -.-' ,:-
,i The first meeting ef the fedl
eral government Is expected to
be In April or May next year
ana every west Indian expects
that Queen Elizabeth will come
to' Trinidad to preside over the
opening ceremony: i
The.: Federation's constitution
falls short of complete self
government: Britain will retain
control over foreign relations
defense. The Governor General
will have the power to veto fin finance
ance finance laws., Certain laws can be
enacted by the Queen by an or
der in council.
they can attain Commonwealth
status Within the British Em
pire during the next ten years.
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US To Take Part
In 21 Fairs
Abroad This Year
WASHINGTON. April g-(up)
The United SUtea will partici
pate in zi trade fairs aboard
this sprint- and fall, includlne
one in Communist Poland. i
Harrison-T. McClunr: director
of the Office of International
Traria Vfltr a M is 4K- 1,1m
are scheduled for Europe, two
each in south America and
North Africa, and one each in
the Near East and Far East
In line with the government's
policy of friendlier relations with
Poland, the United SUtea "will
make Its first appearance at a
Polish trade fair June 8-23 .In
Poznan, site of the "bread and
freedom riots' of last year.
For ; creatine a public, nul
sance, Alfonso Donaldson a
39-year-old Panamanian was
fined $5 in Balboa Magistrate's
Court today. A nollceman said he
saw Donaldson urinating on the
highway at La Boca. He said the
defendant admitted stopping his
bus for that purpose, v
Gloria Johnson was lined Z10
for driving without a license.
The .. 19-year-old Panamanian
girl pleaded" guilty to ; the
charge. "y''T ,. ,-, -
I Manuel Chu Delgado, 23,' Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian was charged with re returning
turning returning to the Canal Zone after
deportation. The government
asked that the case be. contin continued
ued continued until tomorrow morning.
Bali was set at 9200. ; ;
Inferiio Roasts y
5 Small Children
In Australian Town
MELBOURNE. Australia. April
8 (UP) A raging 1 n f er n o
roasted five small children to
death in the town of Ouyen to
day when their parents' all all-wooden
wooden all-wooden house caught fire.
All of the children were less
than three years of age., Three
belonged to Ronagx Jewson and
two to a neighbor a Mrs. Nlcot
Ouyen la in northwestern Vic
tdria. ; a '. :
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pwl KELLY. Kevin COUGHUN
CARLOS ENRIQUE DC OBALDIA, (center), your.g Panamanian engineer, has been awarded a
Federation of British Industrie! achoiarshlo to study water rupply and aefe treatment with
the firm of British consulting engineers. Messrs. fancford Fawcett and Fartner cf Loixion.
With Obaldia are Edrard T. Bi?gi left), fharee d affaires at the BrttUn Lmnsr, and AIB.
Rimmlnaton. local reftretenUtlve of the Federation cf BriUfh Indutrl'. .Oraiila prewnt:y
heads the section of sanitary engineering for par. sr. a and Colon in parama'a Mirrtstrv rt
labor. Social Security and Public Health. K:s ork 11 Er;ta:n is e--i to have a t;-r.y
appiicatioa U tie prcpoKi retafc.uaicn cf f ar.a.-a C.-ys ia sn4 v -:t t-iii wa.
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