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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R.P TUESDAY, APRIL t, 1951

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Shipping

Suit Against

NEW Y0RK April 9 (UP)-Hn unknimous opinion

th U.,S. Court of 'Appeal yesterdfy reversed a lower

court dismissal pf a suit to 'recover, excessive tolls from
Panama C.an1 Co. V'

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i, i vukir. Hiiinif mit.iiii n nn nr coniDiniBi nau ins

: "'right seek court, relief,, the high tribunal added that

'w find no evidence of Congressional intent to allow re-

eovery of overcharges.? v
' Iii SeDtember of 1955. the! knewjnr whether or not the

n-riiPd Lin and 11 other users of

the Canal Uled suit to recover
v o PskivA and illesal" toll

, nhnriTPJi amouiitliKf to more than

$27,000,000 from July 1, 1851 to

. TVia rrnvemmpnt W0H ; Q1S

missal of the,: action an the
grottnda that the U-S. enjoyed
aovereigft immunity and the ship
- lines should have to obtain spe

cial permission io b "1E v;j
ernment. The ault was dismissed
"last June. ,
. sunder the opinion, the eonift eonift-U
U eonift-U m&v propose the changes in

Tprovai.

r in etixi held that

'destitution SOt "1e;
. i f the tolls hat ahwirjfavj..
keen t, Although the district
" nrt might reconstruct the
' ration should have Tomulj
, Oted. thero Is no vay oi

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r::irJ:::?si.:a??

Prclisl lr.nsccr.ee
WSSrn.- District Court

president would have approve

' od them.
' "Moreover, there Is no statuto statutory
ry statutory authority for utilising the

government a facilities for meas meas-urlne
urlne meas-urlne the amount of monev to

be awarded to plaintiffs in suits

to recover overcharges." i j
The1 eovernment owns the Ca

nal, and the toll rates have been
set in a formula established py

conKress in 1950.

.4 The shippers had appealed the
lower court ruling so that they
would be repaid for excess tolls

charged.

During the pendency of this

action, 25 other companies using
the waterway had joined In the
suit and brought the total alleg alleged
ed alleged overcharges to $38,500,000.

their innocence and .tattin
'Sr'caW and

during today's session, in the
! Sol Magistrate's Cotirt.v -"
After Oarrido was flnessio
(he hada previous eorictlon)
and Carrito was fined,5, the

defendants oegan. ."tvr;
the clerk of the rt about the

Defeclive Sfecriiip
Goar May Have Sunk
Coil In fcn:l Cul .;
gteerintf f tear trouble jnay

havfc'been;' th reason a 62-foot

banana boat' Yvenne sank yes yesterday
terday yesterday near the La pita signal
station, while' making a north northbound
bound northbound transit through the Cut.
" Orw of the owners. Roosevelt

Robinson, said : today that the

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wonts-

i,

f PRESIDENT SENBS FXOWrRS r Mt .Fitzgerald smiles lappilt after recplvln'bouquet' of
i."Jpt.'1!;RlriH.,a'1 ?"?tdi mnd :number.'f govsrniurr t offlclaN StanW

A FORMULA was being sought
today for the administration of
the local Children's Hospital by
the Panama Lions Club at a
meeting of Dr. Mario Rognonl,
medical1;', director of the Santo"
Tomas. Hospital, and Lions Club
representative, ,. .;, ;
.One of the plans belnjr eonT
sldered ii a yearly contribu contribution
tion contribution of $120,000 by the Lions
Club for the upkeep and oper
atioiv of the hospital, with the'
government paying the differ differ--
- differ-- ence. tpu v ',
At present the total budget for
the Hospital, built ahd present presented
ed presented to the government by the Li Lions,
ons, Lions, Is $362,000 per annum, j

: xne nospitai la reported as m

neea or repairs witn much of the
equipment inoperative for lack

oi spare pari;:;'"i,,.v"-v

ine mwoouctioni or a new
"one-two' racket by lottery tlck-

eu venaors, was oenouncea ye?
terday by El panami America;
.The paper said on Sunday
mornings It's almost impossi impossible
ble impossible t buy lottery or chance
tickets without beinr told that
a one-two ticket must also be
bought in order to make the
r purchase, itf
. The system consists of com.

bininst the last two numbers of

tne nrst prize .with- the last

number of the second prize for

winning comDinauon.
The "false testimony" ren ren-dered
dered ren-dered by attorney Nicholas. c

Perez, who was jailed for two
days before he was released v on

dbii, nas led to plans for the
Immediate investigation of fiivil

Registry employes, ; v

me perei case has brought
to light indications of. whole whole-bale
bale whole-bale fraud In th ton In r ,of

ranamanian ceduias and exis-

Already Well

Taken Care

71

behind Miss FlteKerald is drummn Jo Jones rili VhTV.li, iirJ.

the President sent along with the flowers, Jones and the o'scaTre eop trio ai. icheduiea to

Meanwhile. Sinclair. theun-

ion'a organizer said today that

he hoped txr go about his 'task
of meeting with management

"m i fnendlv manner.'' s' i-

tenee of bif th tt f f imttk W donfe .see ,why they should

njtl uad r dapt Vfctor Urem l? 'kH-.litfj

Privarte companies operatina in the Canal Zona

foday .seemed ;to. look with distrust upon the plan to Sr.

ganize their non-union employes. MM-UK

Although the majority of shipping companies-banks
and oU companies seemed to be gainst the plan, en.
nounced yesterday by Wiljiam Sinclairinternational rep representative
resentative representative of the American! Federqtipri! of State, Cdunfy
and MunicipallEmployes AFL-CIO, a small handful felt
they would be willing. to "give it a try:f T?
Contractors, on the other hand were vociferous in
their protestsr tp organize their workers One said: '4'
"You know where I'll tell him tp gd." f
Another said; "Who'd be crazv enouah to meet with

him?" V

And a third replied simpyNo.cbmment."
The general feeling of employers about the oraaniynt

Hon of a union to cover non-US citizens working for the
jrivate companies was that, the employes were well taken
rare of without a union, and might only suffer by the fori

manon or one., '.pi':r- ,f f

he ow the District Court extentof the damage to-iiis 37 37-IndM
IndM 37-IndM house in Ancon were ed ton boat has not yet been deter-
JUOge ..Tvrotestlng mlnpri althnnfrh fhar. nm o ki

aev. Carrion fleaded,; yon

not working.

r--ti.A nemlny ask-

, d thi defendant If he wished
appeal the case, to which
the Panamanian vagrt'":
swered: -How an I appeal It?
: You know I've never been te
' 1 The men were found sitting
ttn the grass In a small not
'which they called ('"Lover'
Lane." A policeman who said
he saw one of them throw away
1 a cigarette he-had been smok smok-nirvpd
nirvpd smok-nirvpd l no. Later ;lt was

a Identified as maniuana. e said
. that when he got dose to the
two Panamanians Ke .could
.-n .n nrfnr which he knows,

from police demonstrations, to

be marijuana., i
-The men claimed they were

mlt1n to meet someone mere

-My defense., is that r the
, eirarettes ; the. police feund
. were not mine,", one of them
. J sUted in court., : ,'. .
' The Judge said that the- evl

Jence of the cigarettes was
highly suspicious, but he add

ed tnai ne was iinamg vne men
truilty f the vagrancy charge
since they -had -no legitimate

business in the Canal zone.
This isnt a public park," he
added." v -'
- Because' the nien couldnt
seem to decide whether they

would appeal the case, the Judge
told them to "go out and think

K over." J

mined, although there was a hi

noie in me dow. (He owns' tne

boat jointly with; Adalberts Jo Jo-ly)"
ly)" Jo-ly)"
The, boat was raised last night
by the crane Atlas, and was tow towed
ed towed by the salvage tug Taboga to
Oamboa where she is now wait,
injf for an inspection to deter

mine the damages. r

. KODinson said mat besides a

hole in the bow, there are other

damages which may have been

caused when the Canal tug had

to pusn ine ooat np against uie
bank to keep the Canal clear for

transiting ships.

Robinson said that his boat

which was traveling; -In ballast

to San Andres Islands near Co

lombia, was -not -insured.

The Yvonne renoriedlv ran In

to the bank which caused the

hole In her bow, then the boat
rammed Into the other side of

tne hank and sank at about 11

a.m. yesterday, All nine crew

men, including the master were

unnarmea

Ella s little aYellow Basket

Holds Flowers From Ernestitb

Middle-Of Year -Salary
Bonus
Wanted In Mexico

MEXICO CITY, April '(UP) ml

-.X

Civic Council i:
Presidents Will

Meet Governor

The regular meetings of Civic
Council, presidente with Gover Gover-norW.
norW. Gover-norW. E. Potter will be held In
the Board Room of the Adminls-

Heights April 23 and April 24.
, The workinr session with v,

.11- .

iun American counclr vreal-

units wui oe neia -i-uescay, Anril
23 while the conference wif .h thm

VS.. Council presidents will be
held on April 24.
Each of these working Kecsinn

between the Governor and the
Council presidents will start at

2 p.ra.

Displaying all the versatility

j, T 'i I

mat nas Kept ner ud Smonff the

top popular, singers for more than

two decades.' Ella Fitzgerald cave

jstnnuan audiences a treat, last
night when she. sing at the Cen Central
tral Central Theater:
Appearing on the same program
with her was the Oscar. Peterson
Trio and drummer Jo Jones.
, The Trio opened the program
with a demonstration of what has

come to be known Ss r'progres r'progres-sive".jazx.
sive".jazx. r'progres-sive".jazx. Peterson, a maestro of,
improvisation was backed up by a

commendable rhythm section

consisting of Herb Ellis: cultarist

ana noy crown, bassist.
. It most be noted here that the
local audience Indicated its pre.
feronce for" identifiable wln
by the obvious relish it hewod
for the Peterson rendition' of
J'How High the Moon",

Roy Brown offered a' remarks
ble bass solo in this selection.

Peterson s practice of singing

nis improvisations as acompsni acompsni-ment
ment acompsni-ment served only to distract the

listeners and marred what would

otherwise hive been an outstand

ing, performance. ,-

Jo Jones, wbom Down Beat Ma Magazine
gazine Magazine selected -as Drummer of

the year, is a personable voune

man, ana like au good profession.

als, makes his works .look easy

ana enjoys ooing u. . --
Working with brushes, high hat
at and bass drum, Jones performed

in a ten-minuie arum so to during
which the Peterson group walked
offstage, rested and returned to
finish the number with him.
This piece of showmanship serv served
ed served accentuate t he capable Jo's

work wbich teatured a oisplay of

Gorgas :sPati6hts
Hear; Ella; Sing

. 1 -i

Tired eyes lighted ss patients, at

wisas nospuBi temporarily for forgot
got forgot pain and discomfort in listening
to the lieht-heartpd iinpino At tth

Pttzgerald in the Red Cross Re

creation. Koom at the hosnit.i

coiciuaj pnemoon,
MXS$. fHwrald was welcomed
by CoL Norman H. Wile, Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent of the Hospital and Miss

Villa i still Ella; s little eldor

pernaps end mere prone to set

winded, but still a craftsman.

Accompanied by pianist Don

Abney, she delighted listeners

with her Interpretation, of the
Gershwin classic "Someone vr
Watch Over Me.". .

As a comnlete chani of nace.

Ella did 'Lady Be Good" which

included her 'novel imitation of a
basS solo that had ., the audience

cneerlngv t --' ,?7

Jt was. obvious that everyone

awaited the rendition of "A Tls-

ket a Tssket" but this was by far

not we same uuie yeuow basket
that Ella lost so many years ago.
Ella was more wistiul then and
there was more fervor then in her

plea lor tne return of the prized

However, it was, enough to be
able to see end hear Ella Fits Fits-persld
persld Fits-persld do her bipgest hit so that
one could overlook the effects
of the passing of time.- t-
Before closing the performance.

Miss t'itzgeraid was presented
with an enormous bouquet of flo

wers, a gut of President Ernesto

de la Guardia, Jr., aod First Lady

jsxs. uiga ae is uuaraia, ; i

Apparently over -whelmed

this presentation, XUa lost the
beat lor a moment in her closing
selection "Take the Train'" to
which she improvised lyrics.

- &ae maae up tor una with a
swingy version of the tune whlch
was sgreeably accepted.
The Fitzgerald-Peterson, Jones,:

concert will ne reDeatd at the h cnn. .t...i

icicr iwnisai at i ana porcB afterwards asking for .au-

tograpns,

. After being Introduced to the
audience by Oscar Petersen,. she
opened her program with ""Sing,
ing the Blues". This was foils,
d by ."Just for My : Love."
This: Cant Bl Uve -"Stone"
Cold Dead In the Market, "La "Lady
dy "Lady Be Good", and finally "A Tis Tis-kt,
kt, Tis-kt, a Taskst.
' y
' Tynical Fitzeerald Imnrnvix.

uods aengniea ine auaience. When
the sineer called "Hi Ha Silver-

ia the middle of a number one
oldster slapped his thighs and

snoutea applause. -, ..

Although Miss Fitzeerald had ask

en mat children be. allowed to
attend, hospital authorities deem,
ed It wise to allow only, a few of

ine ambulatory cases to attend.

One of the lucky enee was 16-

year, eld Mike Hollen, sea of

John D. HoJIon end Mrs. Hoi en

of Balboa Heights. In' hosoital

recovering from a broken arm.

Mike bad the presence of miad
t ask the artist to autograph
his cast, which she did.

Many members of the hospital

staff joined patients in listening to

v National ;Guard oaot.

M...Ma.ta- is scheduled to leave

tomorrow for Bocas del Toro to
take over as the new chief Of no.

lice detachments in the .Atlan-

ucsme banana proyince where
widespread vice and corruption
was uncovered during a visit by

r inance Minister Ruben D. car carles,
les, carles, . i
Mata Teplaces Capt. Carlos
Rlos, who has been transferred
to Penonome.
A prisoner awaiting trial on
charges of homicide has written
a letter1-to First Lady Mrs. Mer Mercedes
cedes Mercedes de la Guardia asking, that
his three daughters be sent to

an orphanage to save them from

vice, corruption and poverty.

The prisoner. Luis Alberto

Mercaao, saia m tne letter puo-

S.r.h Rnmh n "Viusnea m ; ei Dia, nis tnree

to, ""Waughtera, ages 7. 9 and. 10, are
:ri ' ' 1 invinar : In -'noverty with their

Ilvine; inJ poverty with their

mother; 'Maria Chandler, in

Chorrillo. and he was fearful

lest their poverty made- them

victims of the surroundine vice

and corruption.

Sinclair iald that ? letters1

were to be ,sent out tomor tomor-row
row tomor-row to Invite all contractors
and private firms working on on-the
the on-the Zone, to a round-table
discussion. -1
Tonight, Sinclair will meet
wionhnri nf the admlnis-

trative board of Local 900 at
J m.mlnmm f r T 1 r SO

the union neaaquaricia
In- Cristobal to, discuss details

on organoziiig uw-,
mIaU.1 -'

The' effect of Sinclair's lnten-

oloves brought immediate reac

tion in. tne circles i." w

An Old-time shipping agency
oh the Zone, Payne and Ward Ward-law,
law, Ward-law, said they did not believe
..! mnnnru nersons were m-

a

Ion .would do V them any good,
although he explained that he
was ."all In favor of labor, and
sympathized with the workmr
man.iarbut not 'wlthvfhe labor

i A;pokesmtnV, for Grace Llr,e
today ielt thirfe the union will
face a difficult-fask.'
J-T 'can't see what- tbeV es?
pect to gain by organising ,.
he said. -Grace Line Is pay. f
i1 Vs h"rv" hT ex expect
pect expect ua to pay ; more welf
haTe to close down oor doors.
ii marMbe her eompanler
will do the same." ;

ntH to make a .union

worthwhile undertaking.

."We have no oojecj.iun wym

employes Joining u iney
lite a snokesman added. Put

I don't think the fellows In our
office are being mistreated. He
said he doubted whether a un-

o.m

It is an interesting proeram

trap and snare playing ia which that gives the devotee as well as
Jones discarded sticks and brushes! oonUaie a good sampling of

and used a bongo-type techniaueJa modem art form Pour bore toihr fr nA iiid tha i vm4 h fn.

piaymg bis mstrumenia By Hand, the aeav. but it was "a little bot"j

To Questions as to how she liked

Psnama, Miss Fitzgerald mopped

Panamas Vdlienfe y Indians Believe Bad Dreams Can Kill

WASHINGTON. April OftTPi

Bad dreams can kilL

mey do so orten among the
Valiente Indians of Panama th.

fimithjumLnn Trutltutinn aJ n

rrunai employes SlKea UC gOV-iaay. i
ernment today for a one month i It made this disclosure Jrf a
middle-of-the-year salary bonus to, report on the first vocabulary
meet then- spring vacation ex-j and grammar of the Guaymi
a1!?;!.. n u language spoken by, the Vaiicn Vaiicn-A
A Vaiicn-A similar Chnstmss bonus isltes. 4 i
pa d-m, December when si f-d- The book, rust published by
ersl emplojes go on vacation for Dr. Ephralm S. Alphonse, a We-j
akyt. fleyan JlethodUt minister who

lived for. years amonaf the In-

Ia Curni, the way to aay
"good anerninr'1 Is to ask, "how
did yea dream?"
If the reply ts, 1 did wet,
have any," thai means "a II is
welL-
, Otherwise, aQ is far -. fresa
welL'
in Ouaymt the. term for "bad

dream' Is "death atrpek him."

wnen a vaaenie Indian nas
an evil dream, the 6rr,vhonin

said, he feels sure he will tSie.the dreamer's hut -sipping a
nnleaa nowsrful mavto t wrt.'waV m mAm r.1 .nawiaiin

unless powerful magic ts exert

ed.- - .
The psychological effect vt a
bad dream "is so strong. In fact,
that the virtim often does die
despite anything that can be
done lor him." 4
The only way to keep a bad
dream from kililnf Is to have a
medicine man perform his arts.
For five nights and five days
neighbors and jsCaUves s4 la

weak brew made of specially

sancuiiea cocoa Deans.
-
Daring this "wake, elaborat elaborated
ed elaborated by a lot of devices sac as
a aooae to catch evil spirits,
everybody most keep awake,
' Thks gives "the soul of the sick
person, presumably taken away
from him in the dream, a
chance to come back to him and
so enable him to recover.
Us sonsUsoe does."

.T t' i m sw ta.ii i turn fain WMfclL 1 1 -rn i m i i m n' "' "' I

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BACK SAFE AND SOrM) at Albrook Air Force Base this
morning was Samuel Alexander, (1-year-old logger from Gold
Beach, Ore., one of two occupants In a small Panamanian Panamanian-aircraft
aircraft Panamanian-aircraft missing on a flight Sunday from Paitilla Airport to
Jaque, in Darien Province. A C-47 of the 5700th Air Base re returned
turned returned the stranded plane's passenger; Miguel Pastor, pilot
of the aircraft which he landed on a beach following engine
trouble, remained at Jaque to have his plane repaired. Both
men were uninjured. iUSAT Photo)

An official of ihe FlrsUNa!
tional Bank-, of "New 'Yort
agreed.' He ti tt,. .ui...'r

h s organization wouldn't try to
dictate to their emniov.r 1

personal opinion was that the.
bank s workers would not bene?
fit from a uriioa ; tr
Bank said they hadn't actually:
thoueht about it k... .r 7r.?

the union would have no trau
ble organizing. V (
said that they wer convinced
that anlonization of their
employes would net be of anr
advantage to eRher' employes,
or tne-employers. '.
"We have mainfo!j 'mmZ.r-1

lent employe relations for over
50 years In the Canal Zone

no siaiea. -ana see.no need for
a union." .r.v t
"As a rule, unions- tn LsSla
America are Instigated bv anti. -democratic
ideas," ha added,--,
Fenton and Company, a ship-
nine agent felt the union was
a "good idea." ... f
Yesterday Sinclair who had
Just retvned from two weeks
of consultation with ARTT- of officials
ficials officials in Mexico announced
that.be was starting; a ram-'
Dtien to orrtnlze the eontrae.
tors' employes and those work-.
lnt for nrtvate -concerns In lha
Zone. Be aald that Local o7
had a charter to organize atfcli
a union in the Republic of Pan

am.. .... ;;,
Sharp Earthquclce

Sets Chandeliers -Swinging
fn Zens
A short 1 shara tirthita

which set. chandeliers twinqtn
and doors creaking, was UH at' at'-J:M
J:M at'-J:M o'clock vetrday afternoon,
at Balboa Heights. (
The brief shock lasted only 45
seconds, etertllng a number of
omoloyeS In the AdministraNen
Building, wha a f a 1 1 f 1 e d the
awake os a sharp jolt.
According to the MeteereloeL
col end Hydrographic Braoch,

the Ojuake was epBeximatoly
Force Ulan the Modifiad Mar.
in 1 - w i. ,.

" j int apt-
center wa estlmatad at npra.
imatory US miles from B.lba"
Heights in the diroction of the
Panama-Coats Rican bordar.
It was the first earthouake
strong enough to be clafted

Toe so rorte il ta be Hit at
Balboe Heights since Docembor
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! THE MAIL BOX

FOR LOVE
Sir:
S
in answer io wic

I " "7- u

l.lto. 1m a naet flT 1 IIP r

to state mat ims peisuu uui. fvitw a? th Uvlne
"remarks of St: Petersburg, Fla., as being the city of the living
-e?df don't know lust what part of the hills of the Northeast
2 von come from but I do know that there are lots of places
re S do not even have sidewalks, and the outhouses seem
I miles away. f' . un -ii seem so

V m.";:.

I tw .HH want to live as long as

I If you are so .oppw

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" By VICTOR RIESEL .,
Now labor's high command is
leading with its one unblackened
eye. bo pity the poor comments
tor and seething Senator who want
to keep public Hysteria down -but
run into the "Gent With the Un
finished Penthouse." s. ; c.
ThiS elusive fellow is William
Maloney. lifetime president of the
international operating Engineers
union, atop wnose palace- in Wash Washington
ington Washington a terrace apartment is be
ing built fit for a Jung, as befits
Brother Maloney. i
Maloney's regality was ruffled
the other day when, in a base
breach of lese majestry, four of
his vice presidents insensitively
decided to ask their chiet ot es
late how the international union
has been spending its millions of
collars, t
It- suddenly occurred to them
that neither they nor anyone else
of whom they could inquire knew
anything of the nuances oi, tne
250 000-member union.
They simply wanted a furl and
-complete report for 1956 of "all
money paid to or received by
i.iiai'naiional union and the
sources from which it was paid
to or received by This union."
and. "all money paid out. .to
whom It was paid, the reason
for which it w paid and the
authorisation for the payment
thereof." -Quixotically
they also asked "a
report on the number of local u-
nions. .under international super supervision.
vision. supervision. ...location of each. .basis
uoon which international supervi
sion was deemed essential. ...the
names of anv officers and or busi
ness agents wno may nave d e e n
anrjointed as onicers. ,ine size
and the assets oi eacn sucu w
' v. . 1- 1
All this hurt Maloneys leeiings,
which may be u-ked even more
by those nosey Senators vho have
been spending so much time pok
ing into the operating engineers.
rt eopmx that one ol Maioney S
aides has just been, mtnetea oy
ttm trnvernment. i
A teaerai urana jory a uecu
investigating aUeged3 corruption
during the construction :of no less
than th IT. s. Armv Signal Corps
Denot at Tobyhanna near Scran-
tnn Pa. It indicted nine men, one
of whom was Harry W. Laf!ry. It
was alleged that ne receivea si,
000 from a contractor ,working on
UUS aeiensv prujecv. ,v -"!v
, It develops that this sama La La-very
very La-very was appointed by Brother
Maloney In November 1952, V as
assistant supervisor of tha Im Important
portant Important Local 542, Philadelphia.
Brother Lavery doubles as chair chairman
man chairman of th employe trustees. of
tha local wolf ara fund which
lust happna to' hava $1,700,000
in tha kitty. And from tha out outpost
post outpost scouts comas word that La-;
vary has not been temoved from
these jobs despite tha Federal irv
removes' officers and payrolls and
expenditures in this International
Union of Operating Engineers. It
is Maloney who, until the other
day, at least, refused to give e e-ven
ven e-ven his own vice-president a full
financial accounting.
It was Maloney who .over ruled
a majority of his own higa com command,
mand, command, six vice-presidents in a bloc,!
when they demanded that the
first vice-president, William M.
Welsh, retire becsuse ha has
reached the age of 80. These vice-n-Mdents
-even offered to pay
Welsh th equivalent of his cur cur-rent
rent cur-rent salary and expenses -if he
would quit They said they'd vote
him the difference between his
pension and his salary a vice vice-president.
president. vice-president. j iCt-i, i
Since bii pension Is non-taxable,
this meant Welsh would have real really
ly really been in the chips. But he refus refused
ed refused since the union's constitution
said he need only "seek" retire retirement
ment retirement at m The vice-presidents
said this was mandatory. Maloney
and tha union lawyer ssid tha word
was mercy .";
'' Not It sa'happons that tha u u-nion's
nion's u-nion's national attorney is J. Ar Arbor
bor Arbor Woll. Ha also Is attorney for
th. national AFLIO. Hi h i
decent fellow who servos his ell ell-ants
ants ell-ants wall. When ha was U.S. At Attorney
torney Attorney ki Chicago and tha law
aaid that ha had fa prosecute
Jimmle Petrlllo under tha tea
Act, ha did. Than he.ejult tha
government and wont Into labor
law. That Is his privilege.
ah mm'i clients are their pnvl
I.. H.J.,;.nra
lege. But aS national lawyer for
the AFL-CIO high command he
advised on tha move against Dave
Beck. And there are those who
say there Isn't too much differ difference
ence difference between the OpTratmg Engi-
Tvo.r and U 1-eamsierB DiKn v
cbelons. t
Like I said, labor now is lesd lesd-ing
ing lesd-ing with its unblackened eye,
Why? : v
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OSCAR a CO.
Amid the fierv. bursts of star-
dust, the swaying charms of mo
vie queens ana we snimmer oi
hih-anrl-tueker event, a 10 1 n c h
gold plated ctatuette dominates
the festivities. He is Oscar- wno
enriches producers, delights per performers
formers performers and brings glory to One
and All. Curiously J me personal
stories of Oscar-winners are rre
mipntiv mora -dramatic or humor
ous than the flickers that made
nneaihla their tTODhieS. vt O
long years, Joan Crawford was
,.m. 4a nhtain an acting OD.
Then came her starring effort .in
'M MrMl Pierce'" ana an acsub-
m. Award. What it meant to Miss
Crawford is, illustrated by the con
fession in her autoDiog:
stands in a little shrina at tha foot
of the stairs in my nonse,
light behind him. If I had. the
i'H Kuiiri a house around
ki., u. cvmholizes recognition of
HI 1.1 . M
.u T. lunrirMi toward and. earn
ing as this recognition dldafter
a period of professional heart;
break-r-it was qouDiy oear win.
tl. is Oscar Is orobably
most strikingly demonstrated,, oy
Frank Sinatra His tareer was
skidding towards tha depths when
he clutched a minor role in From
Here to- Eternity." oinaw.- w
paid $1,500 for his work.
vS,v. movies in tWelve
.u. hh ava him over
millipn douars ana
him 10 Uie goiaen P",'!.
W.t. hl reckless "biographer
sometimes writes the stpry t n l s
r aiiswav s iw ----- .
ch visa aeiecieu
in a Broadway ,show simply be because
cause because tha producer beUev"she
transmitted an inner
u mi rtnrmfl its brief run.
it was witoessed by" th. producer
and writer ot a fortneonung ; iu.m.
Ttipy had tested over w
es without discovermg tne rigiu
one. But after seemg he show,
they decided l this actress was It.
"rh. movia- was "On the Wa
terfront." with an Oscar-wmnjng
performance by Eva, Marie Saint.
Strarrgaly- Moviviue'a top
priie doosnt always moan goW
and glory. After winning m Os Os-car
car Os-car for her amoting C as as-light,"
light," as-light," Ingrld Bergman starred
In 2 straight fixilers. Tha des des-cent
cent des-cent from tha heights maW.r
unhappy, restless w an rosuH rosuH-Ud
Ud rosuH-Ud trSU famUiar haadlinaa..
Paul Muni reaped an Oscar Hr
his parformanea in "The Storjf
touls Pasteur." Tha awar
ws. Muni's Yardstick. Jhs Jhs-quont
quont Jhs-quont aonarK fatted J. rr. rr.-sura
sura rr.-sura up to tha award-winning
role. Rarusing ta makaartise
compromise, Murd
his contract and fe'sook Holly Holly-wood.
wood. Holly-wood. .Of course, the el"-
case in this t?rtta L
Rainar, wha cr.J
cutiva Oscars and thti
temperamental. RsuIW Tha stu studio
dio studio brass docidod aba was ax ax-pendabU.
pendabU. ax-pendabU. And Mr Vm arar
and an unhappy awd'ng.
tM.Hi k ciittermc hoopla of
the Academy Award gala are the
tensions and anxieties of indivi individuals
duals individuals directly involved Bette Da Da-vu
vu Da-vu has uescribed ner experience
when she presented Marlon Bran Bran-lo
lo Bran-lo with an Oscar: "Through the
noise and haze, I heard master master-of
of master-of -ceremonies Bob Hope announce
me. I stepped out onto the stage
and a vast wave of sound rolled
over me. I realized It was ap applause;
plause; applause; later I was told It was the
biggest ovation of the evening. I
felt as if I were going to burn in into
to into tears, but 1 held them back and
I tab to myseh: "fouYs a protes protes-sionaL
sionaL protes-sionaL Don't break down.' That's
a cliche, like thsnking yourmoih yourmoih-er
er yourmoih-er for aa Academy Award."
Ernest Borynloe thanked h t s
mother after "Msrty" enabled him
to be crowned with an Oscar. His
gratitude was rooted in reality
His mother had a decisive in influence
fluence influence on his csreer. After being
discharged from the Navy, he hop

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ed to enter the frozen food or air air-conditioning
conditioning air-conditioning business. Apprised of
her son conflicting ambitions, his
mother chuckled:' "Ernie, did you
ever think of taking up acting?
You always enjoyed making a
damn fool of yourself." Borcmne
promptly enrolled in a
school. The rest, as the
drama
saying
goes, is happy .history.
As B s r"g n I n e't experience
demonstrates the lourney frm
obscurity to the heights af Mt,
Oscar 4 encompasses numerous
strange turns. nna Magnanl
was a little known actaass when
she married a famous Italian di director.
rector. director. He convinced her that
she lacked acting abil'ty. Conse Consequently,
quently, Consequently, Miss Magnanl ronounc.
od the treasepaint realm to con concentrate
centrate concentrate on, being a wife and
mother. Then ame a pair of
tragic blows t Her son was enp enp-pld
pld enp-pld by polio and she wai di
vorced.. In order- to suDoart her.
self and provide medical carf
for, her child, she began making
,m9vis. Out of her personal ago
ny'cama tha supreme glory of
her artistry. After Miss Magna,
ni teamed she was an Oscar Oscar-winner
winner Oscar-winner for her emoting in "The
Rosa 'Tattoo," she, exclaimed;
"My Cod I They're try1" t
make a irrenument out of mel"
For Grace Kelly The Acsde-.
my'Award recognition came after
HAIR-IN CO BRACH An Antoinette
toinette Antoinette McLoughlin models a
new Irish hairdo called "Siam
that features a "pony-tail" as
big as a horse-tail. Styled by
Peter Flanagan, It was dls-.
played in a recent Dublin .hair .hair-ttylt
ttylt .hair-ttylt show, a

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MeYor!t
a series of strange Ironies r It was
a flop that helped her attract Mo-
vievule's attention. She was one of
the supporting players in "T h e
Father,' a ? s Broadway-- drama
which was a swift humpty-dumpty.
She then appeared in a film titled
"14 Hours," which lost a million
Grace eventually graced the Os
car-bearing "High Noon" flicker.
However, she considered her con
tribution so inept she temporan-1
ly renounced Hollywood.-Out of
this record of failure came one of
the film industry's epic success
stories. s;: ; y:
Princess Grace always carried
dignity like a banner. Her aplomb
rarely deserts her. After being
presented with an Oscar for her
emoting in "uountry Uiri," she
posed for 'photogs with Marlon
Brando. One hocus - focuser sug suggested:
gested: suggested: "Why don't you kiss Mar Marlon,
lon, Marlon, Grace" She responded calm
ly and evenlye "I think he should
kiss me." And ha did.
OrKa uebn a -time. Celluloidia's
rnaster-raihds were of the opinion
that only comedians could be com comical.
ical. comical. Director "Frank. apra. caus caused
ed caused a revolution by casting Clark
Gable, a romantic he-man, to por-
trnv a romprlv role. Thn downfall
I of Gable and. Capra was forecast.
The result was "It Happened One
Night," one of the great all-time
spoofs, which won a batch ot Os
cars. It was tne most, popular
choice in Academy Award annals.
When the emcee started to an
nounce tha best movie' awards
the audience shouted in unison:
"It Happened; One Night.", ;,
: Capra. incidentally,' coined this
description of the' film industry:
"We have a magic carpet but
we don't know how to fly 'with it."
Nevertheless, at least one man
in "Hollywood has learned to Pilot
the magic-carpet. He is Walt Dis-
neya wno na couected oooies oi
Oscars. About 25 of the'tropnies
. -. .n all began wnen 16-year-old
Walt beard of a job in a commer
cial studio at ViO-a-month. Sev
eral years later, he was earning
$35 weekly for sketching animat
ed advertisements in the local nic
kelodeons, i When Disney was 19
he started his own studio in the
family garage.
The gaining of an Oscar is gen
erally an emotional problem. Some
winners weep and other are numo
with terror. The most amusing
reaction was lovely Jane Wy Wy-man's
man's Wy-man's 'when 'she was honored
for her portrayal in "Johnny Be Belinda."
linda." Belinda." "I heard my name call called,"
ed," called," she told a repoter, "and the
first thing that came to my mind
was: 'Did I or didn't I put on my
girdle tonight?' Then I thought:
'So what Let it bounce,' and I
walked up and got my Oscar,"

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WASHINGTON Things are
simmering a bit more silently m
the Near East since the Bermu Bermuda
da Bermuda conference, but they are still
simmering dangerously. Three
developments point to danger:
Development No. i The
American Embassy, in jerasaieni
nas warned tne tjtate Depart Department
ment Department that Prime Minister Ben Ben-Gunon
Gunon Ben-Gunon is deadly serious about
going to war against Egypt the
minute Nasser shows the first
sign of starting bis border raids
again. -.js-n : X
Ben-Gurion and his entire
Cabinet are convinced both
Eisenhower and John Foster
Dulles welshed on their prom promise
ise promise that Egypt would not return-
to the Gaza Strip. ; i
Development No. 2 Dulles's
statement last week that tran
sit through the Gulf of Aqaba
snouio be .surjmitiea to tne

worm vouri, turuier xonvmcea However, 'when the British in into
to into e Israelis that they had been sisteri tit finaih. initials

aoubie-erossed. T .;-,.-
His statement brought Israeli
Minister shiloah down to the
State; Department to 'remind;
Dulles that earlier he had said
throueh this narrow waterway
The protection of 1 U.S. naval
vessels was even aiscussea.
Dulles's later -proposal of putr
ting the question before ; the
World Court would take a year
or more of. areument.

runrelnmnpn. No, i SJi-TTemier'!.- ,

MolieVafmd e Israelis
protection-! of the French Air
Force If they decide to attack
Nasser again."
Mollet is sp burned np over
the double-cross given to Is Israel
rael Israel that be has vowed never
to trust any agreement with
Eisenhower as long, as John
Foster Dulles remains Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of State. :
- It was Mollet who, While visit-
lmr in Washington last Fenru
ary, was largely responsible for
persuading tne Israelis to 1 ptui
out. of the Gaza Strip.
Eisenhower at that time had
personally promised that the
United States would get tough if
Nasser moved to return: and
Mrs. Golda Meir's speech outlin-
ing the terms or israeu .witn .witn-drawal
drawal .witn-drawal was personally read by
both Mollet and Dulles before
deIivery. terms were that
,.clvU Administrative control" of
the Gaza Strip would remain la
the hands of the U.N.
. Israel has tha toughest, most
determined army In the Near
East. But it has lacked air pow power.
er. power. --?;;-:-V;'-v---'
milk XWn,k air davm ha.rk-
. -1. - ,-
uig- ,, up,-nuicii:i.u n.ftvu
know that no Arab army or
combination of Arab armies
- could long stand up against it.
, They ara even more afraid
of what Russia might do, how however,
ever, however, in case war broke In tha
"Near 'East.-'.1' -.'v;.-
' NOTE tf feermudXr'BrJtish
Prime Minister Macmlllan urged
the President to adopt a tough
policy toward Nasser. Ike refus refused
ed refused At one point Macmillan ask asked
ed asked how- much more proof was
needed that Nasser was a1 power-mad
fanatic Eisenhower re replied
plied replied that more was needed than
was then-available. t;
" INSIDE BERMUDA A-i
Secretary of State Dulles is
technically correct when he
claims no secret deals were made
at the Bermuda Conference.
- Tnsidn fftft U. Vinwovrr that
President Eisenhower initialed'
nine secret memos spelling out
general policy agreements.
Some memos actually were
nothipg but agreements to dis disagree.
agree. disagree. For examnle. the British
expressed their determination to
increase trade with Communist
China, despite American objec
tion.
Or the other hand, the United
States vetoed a Briusn reauest
to Tift bur blockade of the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese port of Amoy opposite For Formosa,
mosa, Formosa, so the British could tradf.
other memos dealt with the
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tions, reductions, and German reunification.
Most interesting fact about
the memos was that the Brit-
ish demanded they be written
and initialed because they re recalled
called recalled how other agreements -had
been forogtten about or
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They also remembered how
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right In. ASecretary1 of State
Dulles is about ready to end the
ban on U.S. newsmen going to
fVimmiinlnt. nVilna Tn whim

the communists are supposed to
release ; -the eightj imprisoned
Americans .Several Hungarian
refugees have deserted the refu refugee
gee refugee camps and slipped back be behind
hind behind the. Iron Curtain. Too much 1
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off his head and on bis hands.
as well. Mull said he loves tha
pet, but 'Calhoun 'has taking
ways. so, with squawks froia
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scene in the tire Industry,
For

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basic process in the manufacture of all rubber products, is
formally accomplished withs heat -Nuclear vulcanization of
the tire was done without heat. Jt Is the first basic change in
"curing'' 'of rubber products since, the discovery of vulcamza-
tioain 1889.. Above, B. F. Goodrich scientists at the National

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lriif M0YIES AD, il

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Close Close-ups
ups Close-ups and Longshots: "The Eyes"
of Texas are on Hollywood again.
The famous big orbs, that is, of
Hedy Lamarr who changed her
address. to Houston. Texas, ;and
her-occupation to oil millionaire s
wife when she married W How Howard
ard Howard Lee four years ago,
"N- everything is -fine t
home;": still gergtpus Hedy told
me, denying she'e gin -on the
career trail, because a, oft .ru-
mered domestie fotsin' and fight fight-in'
in' fight-in' Her' family stiU eome first,
says five times married, moth-r-of-twe
Hedy, "but show me a
geed script and be there." :
; Herf recent role of Joan ; of Arc
in '. Warners' -"The. Story of -Man
kind" -w her,- first Hollywood mo
vias.ainre 1951 whetted her awe
tite'for, more, she says. MGM,, mo
vies on TV have, given, her a- ca ca-reec,
reec, ca-reec, boost and she had .appeared
. "live",, with Sack Benny on r the
CBS-IV. Shower 4of Stars to prove
ahe's Jtill '.'The face," nd ot
just -a legend.-!
Also about to release her Italian-made
film, "The Loves -of
Three Queens." the onetime, queen
of movie glamor dolls flashed,, me
the news .that .she's planning a
book about her.; career. The title?
could be: an eyebrow lifter AH
she'd say wa: ''Now don't you
wish-; rdeUypurr;;,.
ARK Wl HEADED fbr a cycle
of inovies with provocitive- open openings
ings openings There .was Carroll Baker's
thumb," $ucking; in ?-'?aby .D o 1 1"
aid now k closeup shot of Jeanne
Carmen's quivering lips; for ''f.the
opening, of. "Untamed Youth..";
What, next? T5
Burt vLancaster?nostrils !.f o r
i 'Th SwPt SmUf of Siirress?"
Kirk Douglas .feet for 'Paths of
Glory?"--Spencer Tracy's elbows
. :rtpl ncif CotO" fr Chirlsv
Booth's perspiring brow 'tot "Hot
;SpeU?,-;-i:;
. Jack : Benny's .'latest, howler .on
the color of his eyes: .'"Bluer than
an "Eskimo fan, dancer's hips!"
I guess Las Vegas, has given up
- the" subtle approach. A bill-board
ad, here, for one of the: big hotels
appeals, in big letters: "B ring
YoufMoneyt". Switch on movie
glamor baths: Sophia Loren takes
.a mud bath with John '.Wayne as

Cbntroversral: Cardinalr Segura ; Dies;
3 Asks F6rgiyeness;F6rgives EVeryoJne;

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MADRID, April- (UP) Pe-1
tiro Cardinal Sefrura, : Spain's
most controversial prelate, died
yesterlay "forgiving, everibody
and asking forgiveness of every everybody.".'
body.".' everybody.".' He waa 75.. v- c
.-. -j ;. '.'"
i Father Santiago Guinea,' the
Cardinal's chaplain told the
United Press at th Hospital of
Pur Lady of the Rosary where
the old mart died from a gra gradual
dual gradual weakening of .the heart,
that Segura died "as a saint."
. ? ' t ..-;' .; '
"The Cardinal' was lucid tip
to the last minute," he aaid. He
died- in my arms and with his
last breath he forgave every everybody
body everybody and asked forgiveness of
'.everybody.
.- f - ) ' ''
"He praved s for the church,
the 'Intentions of the holy Fa Father
ther Father and for Spain."
' ' -
Cardinal' Segura admitted to
the hospital ten days ago, was
surrounded by nephews, nuns
of the hospital and Father San Santiago
tiago Santiago Guinea when he died.
Death liad been expected for the (
past 48 hours as Segura gra gradually
dually gradually weakened. . j
7 j
Ke received the last sacra-
ments of the church on Satur- j
day morning at his own request, i

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Photo- shows :a history-making
the first time, atomics energy
Idaho, check the tire. Encased
a laughing onlooker in "Legend of
the Lost.; J
HAS ANYONE MENTIONED
those endurins YounK charms?
Robert. Young, nominated for .,. an
Emmy for the telefilm v series,
"Father Knows Best,", is the ; al
most evety-night star on an old
movie on TV But as "Father,"
Young doesn't look too. much old
er.
t
Jayne Mansfield'a Mr. America
bey friend, Mickey Hargitay, will
play a ; free-swinging TV Jungle
hmra in the film v.riiiwi of "Will
Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" .The
play, you know, kidded Hollywood
but the film ; version will spoof the
TV, Industry. ,,,y fc
the Witnef; Hollywood's current
passion i for trick names is filter filtering
ing filtering through' 1a, the, non-profession
at .seC ,Whett.,'a frwnd asked Har
ry Nannes to suggest a name for
a baby girt, he a adopting, : nan nannes
nes nannes said: "Why don't you call her
'TrUlyYours'?" ,'
THIS AS HOLLYWOOD, -Mrs
Jones:,. All the despicable charac characters
ters characters in "Sweet Smell of Success"
cued this on-the-set comment: "If
we had a -dog in' this picture he'd
have hydrophobia." ..
'Not in the Script: Dianne Fos Foster;
ter; Foster; about Hollywood's fad to have
gone to two or more analysts:
"It's called musical couches."
! .' .. '. : ; '.
Don Murray is following Frank
Sinatra's arm-baring as': a dope
addict- in "Hatful of Rain;: but
this time it's in a "helpful, con constructive'
structive' constructive' story showing," a y s
Don, ."than addiction is a disease
and not' a babit.'.'. If the picture
was just anpther" shocker ."I
wouldn't have, done it." Between
scenes Don's working on a. TV
play about Iron. Curtain refugees
in Naples, which he hopes., will be become
come become a movie. He spent two
years there -! observing refugees
first hand and tays, '.'There's no no-thins
thins no-thins more accurate than some of
the actual 0 events ,I'm; dramatix-r
pg" v, ;' : .:,, f -7
tony Martin Just hit his ISth
million-record sale. He's second to
Bine Crosby "on the long-playing
iJiit parade.. -JL L .';,
and iyesterdav morning: took
holy communion. .
A nun who was present at the
death bed scene said he slip
ped out of this world peacefully
and serenely, his end could not
have been a more saintly one."
It was a happy ending for
- a man whe bad spent most
of his near 31 years as a
Frince of the Church btUin
for his ricld beUefs. He fearht
Protestants, v politicians and
prelates alike in pursuing his
ws ideas.-v:
.'. ; 'i '-
Father Guinea said that the
Cardinal would be buried In Se Se-Tilla,
Tilla, Se-Tilla, but exsrt details were not
yet known. The Cardinal Pri Primate
mate Primate of Spain Enrioue Pla y
Daniel was immediately inform informed
ed informed of Segura's death.
, During his lifetime- Seeura's
relations with his fellow Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals had not always been rood.
In 1954 Bishop Joe Bueno Mon Mon-real
real Mon-real was lnsulled by the Vati Vatican
can Vatican as coadjutor of the Sevtlla
archdiocese. And Segura's pow powers
ers powers even within the area were
sharply limited. ( ;
From that time ; onward toe
retired gradually into a private!
pen in public. In Ooth he was'
the loyalist of churchmen.

Afiornev Savs

Dave Beck to Support- Ike

WASHINGTON. Abril 9 (UP
The attorney for Tearast'er Presi
dent Dave Beck said today that
former Republican .-unairman
Lenard W. Hall solicited : Beck s
support for President Eisenhower
in the 1956 presidential Campaign.
The attorney. Arthur Condon,
said Hall asked him to appeal to
Beck to come out in fayor of Mr.
Eisenhower. He said he did ask
Beck and the Teamster president
compiled, with the request, a'!
Condon said he conterrea witn
Hall about Oct, 1 last .year on a
matter affecting the trucking in
dustry! Condon is general counsel
of the- joint labor .-' management
tracking committee .-of which isecK
is a member. v
It was during the' conversation.
he said, that Hall asked him if
Beck would 1 supnor Mr. Eisen
hower in the forthcoming election.
Condon, a longtime- Republcan,
said that Hall may have ap
proached Beck through, other per
sons besides himself. ,
Hall, contacted at his home in
Glen Cove rO.;M th.t
don's .statement .Viust isn't sOv'
?'The only time I remember see seeing
ing seeing Mr, ; Condon was; when he
asked to see me on a matter, con
cerning the trucking industry,
Hall .said "! don t recollect any
thing jn .that discussion concern concerning
ing concerning the campaign, j? , 1
"But in answer to his statement
it just isn't so,' that's all. All. we
talked about v was a meeting in
Washington concerning- the; truck trucking
ing trucking industry," Hall said, t ;
Hall, said' he was talking a nout
the same Oct. 1 meeting to' which
;ondoh referred. V v
a Contradicts Mitchell '?
. Questioned about the matter of
the CoS television program, "f ace
the- Nation,".A Condon contradicted
the statement of Labor Secretary
James P. Mitchell last week that
Beck' 8' support of r the President
Was "unsolicited."
He. said "common sense" would
dictate that s Mitchell's statement
was "incorrect." .He, said he is
confident that Vevery, Republican
candidate iwanted the support of
the Teamsters." ; -: f
Condon denied that Beck's sup support
port support iof(' the President stemmed
from a lesire :to avoid trouble
with the administration' over his
tax problems. He said Beck know
liis support of the President would
have the "opposite effect" on the i
tax investigation. i
Condon sat beside Beck when
tie xeamsiers" 'presiaem. receuuj
anneared before the Senate Rack
ets Investigating Committee and
tiok the Fifth. Amendment 117
t'roes on grounds he
HEER NONSENSE Typi Typical
cal Typical of unpredictable Teddy
. TinHnfc British designer, fa this
sheer nylon and nylon chiffon
play ensemble,' recently shown
;in iondon. '-The- coat, ;witl
drawstring neckline i and
.sleeves. Is worn over a brief
.white print play, dress.,. The
wide-brimmed, high-crowned
-bonnet tops the outfit. :
Aed Uitv love me f or k M
IRoyal Fiaa is ee easy to
r lis..', lull mix a ti&rkr J
with m'jV, bring; ta a bolI, 1
"povr ait a noid sad cooL
Vu hfourbif poritooa
' svady to serve.
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criminate himself by answering
eommititee qestions
Condon said he does. not know",
how much the Teamsttrs cpntnb
uted to various senatorial election
vfnt.sufe.vi
supported more Republicans than
Democrats.
uftmocrais. n v.: j ..... ...
Served With Beck
1 The attorney said hi's associa
tion?: with Beck stemmed from
iui wlUi x.ci.11 inmcu. Hum
Sr..1 Jl lav"
management reoramittee in me

trucking industry which was setf, J th. rinnb, who took the1

up at the start of the Korean War.
Hall, ..who. resigned, as national
chairman. Feb. 1, master-minded
tne : re-election campaign ot Mr.
Eisenhower and Vice President
xtiqnard M. Mixon

Condon's statement cam amidVn," he said. "When you find the

these other developments -in the
rackets investigation: v
1. Sen. Kra lE.Wundf1 (B-Sd),
a member of the Rackets Com
mittee, said on the JNBC television
W I;X,utl, Wa,htS.To ST
that Beck "smeared himself" by
taking the Fifth Amendment, v He
also Vd
ings on the construction-, industry
m New York will have "all -the
facets of melodrama."
1. Sen, Karl E. Muodt (R-SD).
.

cuuiiiiniee vice cnairuiau. 1 saiu.'"""-""-"

rnnpri hni.M h .hi. fAio.n
..n ''th ,.' in i,h,
latively short time" it it refrains
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from n av nirtui t nn t oi'DOmD." ., ; V V ., :L

with the necessary remedial leeis-
iation. , 1
3. Committee Counsel Robert F.
Kennedy conferred dn Chicago'
ounngA the sweekend with labor
cbnsultant Nathan W; Shefferman,
who-testified that he bought mer
ehandiae wholesale for R.pk. Sev.
eral other persons also were ques
Honed by Kennedy.
Condon said any prosecution of
Beck on criminal charges would
h. in Tucnma. Wash "in the first
instance and could be before May,
15. v
Condon said he does not think
Beck, : in his appearance before
the Rackets Committee, "set the
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Walter" Reuther Wa ms bbir
Housecleaning Or Destruction

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., April
,rro ran PoniVier nrnmHent
1 f tJl4 united Auto Workers,
Lvsed iait for "crooked -employers
well a1 aisnonest' lauor icaa-
' today ,as he ripped into la
,. nnAHinff '.a.
l iri corrupiiuu hi io ukcuus
i an .of the union's 16th constitu
tional convention. i-
Rputher. hitting leadership cor
t .1()f certain x,n10ns" in his
opening address t to 3,200 dele-
"v:. .u. sia' k..-
:?r,u fv
..... ..h
we. wani ao exinuic v'
vigorr'the crooked employers,")
Reuther said. I
'"There are crooks "on the man-
..mn wli the un-
crooked managers wno gave me
,fc.ibei. put them to 'Jai 1 together,
fir 15 years to talk
.wemseives,
Charges Bribe
"Vn.i'11 c"hnw'fasf It will slow
c?opked' managers who
t y to bribe oil laDor jnsieaa oi
IWH higher wages.".
He.caUed lor a, cleanup n ne
isuor movement oy uie umous
in on HHrM wh eh
'also.-. asked lor "unconaiuonai
'neace In the 'world "as the only
i adequate defense agamst the H-
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Reuther said he would ask tne
present six-day convenuon 10 ap-
rove a special convention -i tor
i January lo.ioi
ract demands for 1959, .at ,'Which
' 'mehe union wilLask for a lour
cay work week with mcreased
ake-home pay. The present con con-ract
ract con-ract expires in June, 1958.
He' told the convention he would
sk approval of t a public .review
laard. a seven man committee
empowered to police the UAW, to
render aecisions ana mane pumic
the union's business. -.
I. He' also said that in states with
t'ght-to-work laws, the union con-
t Ai,,ahlir urniiM oclf that pnntrapt
(Js.
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(Near Encanto Theatre)
new. color :

the world onastfpig anil the.

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ains apply only to duespaying
nembers. He said, America fought,
a war against taxation without
representation and employes

should not get representation with.
out paying flues,
AskV House Cleaning
Jleuther said labor,'.. 'fetter take
up the job of cleaning: our house
with the strongest broom; and slap
wnn tne str
and descipl
t t
ine.
""We Aiust clean W'frpm top
t bottom -and drive out thei
t abof flora ha :tialrl V:
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"If we don f, the realctionanes
'ill, ami they won't use a, broom
i d soap. The reactionaries will
e an ax and try t? dertroy thei
ltcmK(Ul j,,,. ...
'iJu ,nn.l
fidence that thes AFLrCIO sus
pension -, oJE Teamsters president
Dave fbecK touowuig nis,.- appear
ance before, the Senate Investieat-
lie Committee "indicates no com-
promise with Beck in ourmove.
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nor umon,
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world ( as the only adequate" de-
t .u n u.t. n ... i
gi me n-wnuf iveu-
ther said, "We doijt want to live
n tunnels and dugouts, but in sun
chtnA. enn tide asi .
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jent .Harry js. iruman passtrt
rough Jacksonville,- Fla.,. rtv;.!f.
ently en route tr Miami, Jie i
sras startled more than some
srhat by ,'this wax : Image of
limself that greeted him at the
Xation. He exclaimed" "Cripet!
t thought it was a cripple I was
lupposed to shake hands with!"
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: EMBASSADOR OF FRANCE AND MRS. VASSE HONOB
EMBASSADORS ARAMBURU, OBARRIO AND WIVES
' The Ambassador of France in Panama and Mrs. Lionel
.1 Vasse have Issued invitations to a reception, which will be
held at the Embassy residence at La Cresta tonight.
. Guests of honor will be the Ambassador of Peru In Pan-
ama and Mrs. German Aramburu, who will leave shortly for
their new post in Mexico, and1 the Ambassador of Panama to

r" Pern, Alberto de Obarrio and Mrs. Obarrlo.
:'-Tt- I

1 Miscellaneous Shower
,' Honors Bride-Elect
Bride-elect Jo Ann Fischer was
honored with a miscellaneous
shower Sunday afternoon at the
"Fort, Amador Officers' Open Mess.
Hostesses were Miss Nellie Hol-

orsnn. Miss Heiien miey aim

- Mrs Barbara Silver.
i '.

5 Guests included Mrs. Seymour

Barkowitz, Mrs. Herbert Driscoii,
itlrs. Walter Fischer. Mrs. John

1 'Flatau, Mrs. Robert Hammettef,

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Mrs. James Herblm. Mrs. jbck

rahneville. Mrv Miguel Kourany,

Mrs, Allen Miller. Mrs. Frank Rob-

Insnn. Miss Patsy Flatau. Miss

Aids Harvie, Miss Gayle Hale
raann and Miss Grace Joustra.

Miss Fischer, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Walter M. O. Fischer of
; Diablo Heights, will become the
' bride of Mr. John Boling. son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert Boling of
x Nashville, Tenn., on Saturday, A A-e
e A-e pril 27.
-v' The wedding will take place at
7 30 at the Balboa Union Church

in Balboa. A reception will be ehld
following the cremony in the Fern

f. Room of the Tivoll uuest House.
, Dr. And Mrs. Conte-Mendwa
I rrt'ertein For Visitors
Doctor and Mrs. Horacio Conte

1 Mendoza. of Golf Heights tnertain-

ed at a buffet-supper in honor of
. Doctor Joseph W. Kelso, Professor
of Gynecology at the University of
Oklahoma, and Mrs. 'Kelso and
Doctor Juan A. del Regato, Radio-

v therapist-Director of the Penrose
' Cancer Hospital at Colorado

- Springs, who recently visnea me
. Isthmus to attend the Second In-

teramerican Medical convention.
; ,'Capt. And Mrs. Simpson
Announce Birth
. Of Daughter
Capt. and Mrs. Robert L. Simp Simpson
son Simpson of Duluth, Minn, announce the
birth of a daughter, Sandra Lee,

April S.

; The paternal grandparents are

Mr, and Mrs. w. lwis simpsun
of tas Cumbres. Panama.
5 .it trnal erandoarents are Mr.

and Mn. Ralph A. Sylvestre of

Balboa, canu mv

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Sponsors Pan-American Parry
At Union Club Saturday

Mrs. Aquilino Boyd wife of the
foreign minister of Panama wiH.
sponsor the Pan-American Day

rarty to be held at the Union

Club Saturday starting at 7:30

P.m. :

She will be assisted by ladies of

the Diplomatic Corps and mem members
bers members of the Inter-American' Wom

en's Club. . -v

Tickets, which entitle the holder

to dinner are S2.50 each.
Door prizes will include 2 round round-trip
trip round-trip tickets to Lima via APA,

to Gogata and a travel plaque

from KL.M. ; ..
Mrs. W. L. Brooks
Elected President
Of Cristobal Woman's Club 4
The Cristobal Woman's Club

held its annual election of officers

at the regular monthly meeting

on Wednesday, at the Red Cross
rooms in Cristobal. The following
officers were elected for the 1957 1957-1958
1958 1957-1958 club year: president, Mrs.
Wm. L. Brooks, first vice-president,
Mrs. E. F. McClelland, sec

ond. vice-president, i Mr. A. T.
Wklder, recording secretary Mrs.
R. L. Koenlng. corresponding sec

retary. Mrs. P. W. Duncan and

treasurer, Mrs. W. W. Patton.
Mrs. A. J. McLean, social chair

club luncheo- wiU be held at the4.Fi. fd groui
Hntei washini?ton on Saturday. A- his nend oa. Saturday after.

held at 12:30, Tuesday, April IS in
4.1. 1. 11 m ai. mi t - . A

house.,
Candidates for office are as fol

lows: for president, Mrs. G. H-

Hamilton and Mrs. G. A. Sham:

for vice-president. Mrs. W. P.

Landis and Mrs. N." P. Vecelahn:

for recording secreatry, Mrs. R.

A. Sexton and Mrs. C. J. Stuart;
Jr: for treasurer. Mrs. J. B. Mc

elroy; ana tor corresponding sec

retary, jars, w, a. ciarK. .
' Rev. and Mr. Charles Butler.

directors of the Guachapali Mis

sion wil be present to tell the
Club, especially new members

how the Mission makes use of the
many donations, not only moneta monetary,
ry, monetary, that the Club makes to it

Members are advised to make

cancellations no later than noon.

Monday,' April 15 by calling Mrs.

R. p. Ely, jr. at 3578.

Guests At Hotel fahU
panamente
The cool mountains of Boauete

have attrfcted many visitors in

the past ; month. Some of those
who have enioved their visit to

the Hotel Panamonte in Boquete,
Chiriqui are Miss Beatrix Lyons

from Panama; Mr. and Mrs. Van

De Bunt, from costa Ktca; air.
T. A. De Bruin, from Costa Rica:

Mr. ana Mrs. Irving Bennett, and

sons, from ranama ur. oiuio Pe Perez
rez Perez Balladares and daughter Mar Mar-aarita:
aarita: Mar-aarita: Cant, and Mrs. Hueh H.

Knerr, from Coco Solo C. Z. Ing
Tomas Guardia, from Panama.

BY MRS. MURIEL' LAWRENCE !caUeI -"inconsistent" and mav

lose their, respect as unrealible. J

r or example, Tommy will feel
contempt for us if, we give 'him
candy we dont really, thmk he
should have. He knows that though
we hand him his lollipop we have
not altered our opinion that it will

spoil nis juncn. io ne t aware that

we've given it to hlra. not because
we think. it's good for him, but be-

vBusy-preparing their baby' sis- case J we think it's good for ns to

ter"s formula, she said, "It's still .be reheved of his i, bothersome

too wet to go out. And I don t

RAIN had confined Steve ? and
his younger brother to the house
all morning.. u i .
, Finally when the sun'cameout
to make diamonds ofstill dripping
raindrops, they were s u-r it
meant permission to eo out; But

they were mistaken. Their .mother i

said no.

have time to start wrestling on

your rubbers for you. You can go
over to Sonny's tomorrow." ;

Disconsolately. Meve was about

io leave me aiicaen waen.ne sud

denly asked, "If Buddy and I put

on our shoes witn tne ruDDereoies.
can we go over .'to : Sonny's

house?", ., y ';;."c''

: Ar TEK a moment's tnougnt, ms

mother allowed him to change her

aecision ana saia, "au ngni.-

jlicuusisicnvy ui iicia juau
ier not an atom of her boys'" re

spect.' ,v; J-
. This was b'ecause her change
of'decision reflected a real change
of opinion. .- .t
It is only when we let children
change our decision 'without first
experiencing a change of thought
within ourselves that we can be

teasina.

LOSG his trust In our ability
to protect him, he feels, "T h i s
creature doesn't' know what she
thinks! All you have to do. to

make' her change-a decision Is to

insist on what you think. What a
fool I'd be to, listen to anything

sne -sayg! FFZT"?in:;f--i'

Parent educators often condemn

"inconsistency" as a chief cause

of rebelliousness in children. We

mustn't let them mate us afraid

of altering a ha to yes whenever

it seems reasonaoie to us to do so.
. If we are growing people, we

are cuniuiuousiy acquiring man
rial for new opinion. The only "in

consistency4- that damages chil children
dren children is pretending this Isn't so

speaking the yes that we do not

truly mean. -, ,.t

bitaa, faaeh atmburn. I
athlaia'a fona. Ruvl I

I

Buy!

CUTICURA

i

Hotel Washington on Saturday, A

prtt 27. Reservations made by

calling Mrs. A. J. McLean, 3-1386,

Mrs. A. L. Wilder at s;z8Z or

Mrs. Wm. Grady at 3-1435. All

reservations must be in by

Wednesday, April 24.
Those membera interested In
modeling fashions of their own

creation at the luncheon are ask asked
ed asked to contact Mrs. John M. Pur Purvis,
vis, Purvis, 3-2947 or Mrs. E. F. McClel McClelland,
land, McClelland, 3-1437.

At the close of the business

meeting, Mrs, Stanley Guest gave
a very Interesting talk on Flower
Arranging. The meeting rooms
were filled with beautiful arrange

ments which she had made of or

chids, golden shower, frangipanai
and bougalnvillea. She also dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated hpw4o Jir fowers lor

corsages. :
Following the meeting the mem members
bers members enjoyed' a lovely tea prepared
by Mrs. E. A. Cox and her com committee.
mittee. committee. The table decorations
were carried out in an Easter

theme of orchid and yellow

Guests attending the meeting

were: sirs. Norman uurrie Mrs

Dorothy Nichols, Mrs. G. Hallo-

ran, Mrs. u. uonzoumei, Mrs.

Thelma Pike of California, Mrs.

Evelyn Weaver of Miami, Mrs. El

sa Barth of England, and Miss

Bertha Eaton of Miami.
N-.al Officers'
Wives Will BU-t

(Officers I

New officers will be elected at
this month's luncheon of the Na

val Officers' Wives Club to be old back injury.

Birthday Party

At Rellerdreme
Douglas Buxton, son- of M-Sgt.
and Mrs. Bruce 0. Buxton of Al-

group

day afternoon in celebration of
bis 7th birthday. The 1 group met
at the Buxton residence in Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook for ice cream and cake and

then attended the afternoon ses

sior. of skating at the Balboa Rol-

lerdrome.

Guests Included: Eddie Trahan,
Pat Gill, Pete and Mike Young

and Bruce. Clifford and Eileen

Buxton, brothers and lister of

Douglas.

Farewell Party

Far Mr. And Mrs. Creeks

A farewell party will be held at

Ft. Amador Officers' Open Mess

Saturday night in1 honor -f Mr,

an) Mr.' Hnmer Crooks. Who 'Will

do '.leaving; we iuunutiwiu

All friends of the couple arc In

vited to attend.' Tickets at $4.00

each may be purchased at either

uaiDoa or wisiooai rouce oi
tipns. .'t r.

Fred Seqton
Getting Over
BackOperation
WASHINGTON. April (UP)

Secretary of Interior Fred A.

Seaton was reported "progressing
satisfactorily" today at Walter

Reed Medical Center. He under underwent
went underwent an operation Friday for an

' Each notice fer inttusion in this
column should be submiftfd in

typ-writrn form and rnailad to
ttfar box number lilted daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and. Orherwhe," or delivered
v hid'to th office. Notice et
meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone.
- C i, -, ? .- 1
Rosary Altar .',.;

Society Meets J V.
Tonight i

The regular monthly meeting of

tne itosary; Attar, bociety will oe
bell tonisht at the Sacret Heart

Chapel Hall after Rosary in the
chapel. .4, ;

All members are urged tovt

tend. i' :V:S.li "J.y.

Refreshments will be served by
Mrs. Agnes Harmigan, ,Miss Eliza Elizabeth,
beth, Elizabeth, Skelding and Miss Eileen

Tiernan. t

1 1

STRONGMAN f YBtf Bill Abbott, who- sticks steel'' -dagger!
through his skin and suffers no. apparent ill effectsls ached ached-uled
uled ached-uled to give the first of his Isthmian performances Thursday

MRS. ELSIE NEWMAN: of the U.S. Army Caribbean Chemical
Section holds her wallet open as Col. John- G. Appel, U.S.
.Army Caribbean chetnicaj,. officer, slidea a $200 check into it.
Mrs. Newman received the check and a certificate as a sequel
to the Department of the Army outstanding performance rat rating
ing rating she received last August. Appel made the presentation
' in ceremonies held recently at the Chemical Section at
Fort Claytoa.; -.vv;Vv': ': I
5 v". --?-.' : (U.S. Army Photo)

i

MARLBORO Presents
Competely Ne,v Show Tonight

J

CONCERT i

m

"FIRST LADT OF BONG"
in person.

mm

mm

Oa of the bos4 aceacnpUheel and
EMmaiain Keysard artistfl U
V Shew bmstaea.

AND HIS -MAGIC ;TRIO
HERB ELLIS fe RAY BROWN
JOE JONES
VOTED TOP DRUMMER-FOR '86

LAST TWO PERrOR3L4NCES TONIGHT

(EIHRAl THEATER
7 P.3I. an! 9 P.M.
OCT TOUB TICKETS NOW
BaUA U Pajiaana, Central Theater, Colpaa
Moters, Merrfaxta's, Tropetces Madartty.
. JWR Bale

CENERAL ADMISSION
RESERVED SEATS $2.i0O

Selznick Clalsns v
(lailon Vcr.!:d;j(
tUiiirpllisRob"

AfXlrW00D fUP)VProducer

David40.,' Selrnlck said xpar 'that
he- rftMaced John Huston as direc

tor of 'the- movie 'k- Farewell to
Arma because- "! hired him to

direct and. he wanted to produce."
Selznick and his wife, ; actres

Jennifer Jones, arrived, here Su
day' night from Rome to be? at a
hospital when hie o 78-year-old
mother,- Mrs. Florence Selznick,
undergoes surgery Tuesday.
Selznick said he and the actress

will return Friday to Italy where
the movie is being filmed. He

hired Hollywood director Charles
Vidor to replace Huston who
"walked out" two weeks ago.

"I hired Mr. Huston to direct

the picture but after numerous de delays
lays delays because of his suggestions I

found he was trying (o m more

than a director," SeizmcK saw. "l
have mat respect for Mr, Huston

but after all, I have to produce

my own pictures."
Selznick denied rumors that

Huston was discharged because of

a depute with Miss J o n e He

said, "There was -ne oasis ior
such rumors and I consider them

foolish."
'The actress stars with Rock

I Hudson and Italy's Vittorio de

Sica in the movie adapted from
Ernest Hemingway's famed novel.

Ilegro History Prof
SljDealli Threats

In Alcorn

At,U.a.

Need lots of pep?

Drinks

mfttm

"JUS

The Juieta of I different, tardea
ftmb T(ctabira ere blended ante
this fmoas Ariak. You 11 lort irt
Inrely Haver, end thrrr oa it rite-
; Barn-packed food-
eiaa. AtmcahLne G- 3
r betweea m1 t
-9 ra ywr
refreaheicat yec V
went, end the aour-

I k wka ea l

AiCORN, Miss. (UP)-Clenhon
King, Negro history professor
blamed for a student revolt at Al

corn AaM College, claimed Mon

day he was threatened with death

if he returned to his classes.

' King had been due td rejoin the

lacuity-oi the Negro coUege at 11
a.m. for his first class since the
school was hit by a boycott of its
student body March 8 in protest

to nia series of newsoaoer ar-

Dr. J. D. Boyd, the new Alcorn

president,: said Kine was author-

izea to return to work : Monday.
Boyd would not comment on a let letter
ter letter King wrote to the State Col

lege Board In Jackson, which gov
ems the institution. x i

King, in the letter, claimed he

naa received a death threat "from

Alcorn in the mails" when it was

announced he would rejoin the
faculty. j i

The professor, who was critical
of the NAACP in his series of ar-

tiees pubhshed bly the Jackson
State Times, also claimed he had
received no -t "definite reassur reassurances"
ances" reassurances" that he would be retained
in the Alcorn faculty after May

31.' King said he had been prom

ised a job during the summer and

next session.
In Jackson, Dr. E. R. Jobe. see

retary of the college board, said
King's contract expires July I,

the same as other Alcorn profes

"I told him that his standing, at
the college is not impaired in any

way Jobe1 said.

' King wrote the college that
Boyd had told him he "was not
wanted at Alcorn ever again be because
cause because my criticisms of the

NAACP had not been in the best

interest of the state."

Later, King said he was told by
the new president he would be

kept en tne faculty until May 31

"in deference to the board."

King said' he turned the threat threatening
ening threatening letter" over to the state

highway patrol but patrol head

quarters fa Jackson said it knew

nothing about a. v

"If I should go back to Alcorn

nder the present degrading cir-

cumstances, I will betray every

Negre who would like to follow in

my footsteps," King said.

If you have to telephone re

cruita. to do some kind of or

ganlzational or community work, i
you'll have better luck getting,
help lf you show some entnusi-j

asm lor the project The person

wno says,
this needs

there

expect to be turned ( down by

ueuuie wno say tney wouia line ,- r-ii ...At,ii. .jf ir

Hm ? J advocate : Bill Abbott, arrived
T?lul' lL V i '.rlj iil.i here last week for a series of per-

" jud u p'i forajnees on the -Isthmus;

,

j

Strorigmqn To Perfotm Here;

ior tne project. Tne person m.ii i . -;,.,' r ',
S beXaSi guS Sticks Daggers Through Skin
'a a reason for lt," should -.:",. ',.' -i

enough and most people will

find the time to help.,

Quote Unquote

HONG KONG: The Rev. Ful

gence tiross, Roman Catholic mis missionary,
sionary, missionary, refusing to discuss six
years of "tough", imprisonment in

communist enma.

'1 do not trust anyone." J

WASHINGTON: PhllUppine Am

bassador. Carlos P. Romulo. after
savitie he does not intend to run

for the Philippine presidency end

presently, sees, no neea mat ne

- "it tnere is a. real neea tor
inmphorfvtf earrv -"nn with the

4Wagsayffay traditions and see to

it that his love for the masses and
his ltadership of the people for

democracy should continue. '.'. J
will not shirk my duty to my peo

pie ana my country, v, j :

Why TrVetTwitcKWjggfe

Ana run ;
Prevent

Crawling

Ijirdlc
Hash
Shalt ea Maxune.
h ctina cioaa. forme
Bedicata4 eeffac
aaufiat chafe, f"

rub. Abaorbeot core core-starch
starch core-starch t. cooj.

MEXSANA

I DICATf D PCWDH

mil

WASHINGTON: Democratic Sen.

Richard L. Neuberger defending to

bis Oregon constituents the pur

chase of helicopters for the Presi

dent's use:

"Do people expect Mr. Eisen

hower to take a trolley car when

he decided to play a round, of

SOU?" ,';''..

WASHINGTON: Secretary of

Slate John Foster Dulles in testi

mony before a House Appropria

tions Committee made puDlic last

night:'- t-
"I think -the only serious dan

eer of war with the Soviet Union

is a war which might coma about

through a miscalculation on their

part. -'.-; : v..
"I think if we make our own po

sition dear in advance so as to

exclude that risk of miscalcula miscalculation,
tion, miscalculation, then we do away with the
greatest risk of war." . t ,-

WASHINGTON: Sen." Karl E.

Mundt (R-S.D.) describing forth

coming Senate Rackets Committee
hearings on collusion between

"dishonest management" and u u-nion
nion u-nion leaders in the New York City
construction industry: V
"They will be dirty enough Mo
satisfy -me and nearly everybody
else.' "-. r.
AT1JINTIC CITY: Walter Reuth Reuth-er,
er, Reuth-er, to the convention of. the United
Auto Workers of which he is pres president:
ident: president: ..- -!N -v
Organized-labor "better take up
the J00 of cleaning our house witn
the strongest broom and soap and
discipline.".
Coffee Congress
Tt Choose Queen
Among RP Girls
' .' r
.A contest to select a queen
from amonff P.namanlana of West

Indian ancestry will be sponsored,

by the Internalionai TODacco con congress,
gress, congress, which will meet here Oct.
12 to 15.
The winner of the contest and
her escort will be awarded an expense-paid
trip to Jamaica, Bwl
m rWeatTiher. -

--. Entries are being accepted by

attorney Molses iioreno, u
6054, Panama, R. P.
V aSHeaaaiaMajeaaaMka-B
US February Trade
Inventories Listed
At $89 Billion
WASHINGTON. Apr! fUP
The Commerce Department today
estimated manufacturing and
trade inventories et the end of
Febraary at bi'.'ion dollars.
This was 15.400,000,009 hirher thaa
a rear ago.
The departmenfs Of" re of Pui Pui-rwi
rwi Pui-rwi Economiri said h -r pnct
were a sit'-if.cart ft:--r ut Cf
r;e ct I'otti ca r i.

Billed as the "Stroneman- of. the

Carinbean," the' brown skinned

225-pound Abbott's act .consists
mainly of pushing steel daggers
through the skin of his (face and
body and lifting several men sus

pended from a bar across his

shoulders.'

His first Pacifie side appearance'
is scheduled for Thursday night at

the Rio Theater in Rip Abajo.
Abbott; who savs he has done

boxing, wrestling and was a judo
instructor, can also bend 'steal

bars and break rocks witn hands

A native of Antigua, B.W.I- Ab Abbott
bott Abbott says he is able to push sharp-

pointed, objects through v his skin

ana muscxe uirougn cpneemrauon.

Sometimes he bleeds a little, : he

U. J.r:j3paif:Jign
Pad To Gear1 Up

Jet. Plane

i

TOKYOi Anrll 'f).(UP) w The U-

nited. States and Japan 'today

signed, an .agreement under which
Janan will eear. un production f

jet planes for us. iieagung a l r

force.---; -r "if r'.'-J..-.

Documents signed today revising

an agreement: of April, last year

The snip MitsuDism Heavy in

dustries Corporation, originally
scheduled to produce480 F-86 sa sa-breiets
breiets sa-breiets for the. Japanese air force

by June. -1958, will' produce 300

planes Dy epiemo.er, ;". f , ;

I The ka wa'saU Aircraft Compa'

nv. oriainally scheduled to produce

180 T-3 jet trainers oy June, isoo,

will turn out aiu uy wecemoer,

1958.. ... :

The agreement, was signed oy

Maj. Gen. Walter E. Todd, vice-commander-of
the U.S. Far East
Air Forces, for the U.S. Air Force.

Vice-Mmister or f inance ivencni-

ro Hlrata, Vice-Minister of Inter International
national International Trade and Industry Tkeo
Ishihara and Vice-Director of the
Japan Defense Agency. Keiklchi

Masunara, signea joinuy ior.

says, but the wound is healed and
back to. normal, appearance within
a few days. y ' "' 1
He has offered to pay .' $1000 to
anyone who thinks his act Is' a
fake and can prove It,- V
Abbott is presenUy staying at
the Carlton Hotel in Colon but
plans to move -to the Roosevelt
Hotel during the rest of his stay
on the Isthmus.

Rejecferj Suilor :

17 Year-tod,

Kills Girl's Escort
iANSING. Mrch.i Anrll 9 ftfPi

-A rejected; suitor :; shot his 17-
yearold former girl friend todsy
and killed a rival with whom1 she
had4 gone to a show. -L '" A''
Police said DonaM t', TWyiWsnn.

28, admitted followmi the girl,
Carol1 Silkey, Tt? and Benjamin
Lee Bennett,- 25,' ? arid firing at
them from the covers of ia neigh-.

bor's garage as Uhev couple ap approached
proached approached the girl's back door. -One
bullet; heocheted' Jott n a

cement driveway and struck Ben-

nett in the stomach, killing him.
The girl was struck in the left
arm by. .another tshot.f She .was

taken, to St. Lawrence Hospital
for treatment' of a, severed, artery.
McMann said the girl's father.
Francis- Silkey, ; recently iaa

broken Up his romance with Carol
because of the difference in their
ages. The father said he had re received
ceived received a threatening .letter from
McMann. "sayings "Jl I cant have

her no one''will."; ;
McManh said he tried to take
his own life after the shootings

out the intended ? suicide,; shot
missed.' .' .. .'.
He told police 'he; had. become

enraged ?wnen he-saw ,i Bennett
and the girl leave a theater,
"drove around a while'f and then
went home and got a 30-30 deer
rlfle.y "f X-." T- -. i '.
' Ha Went to a restaurant" fre- 1

quented by : Miss Silkey and fol-
lowed 1 her' and Bennett home
when thev left. He said he fired

at them from -about so feet away.
Miss Silkey's father s heard tha
shots and called police. -Offioers
later arrested McMann at his

home in nearby Hope' i J

i

3 ACADEMY A7ARD WIl!!IERS

TEAM M TO i FILM 'JCOUllbaEL'S?

Mesl

Three Academy Award winners bring their talents se
"DEATH OF A SCOOPr-FX." new RKO Radio release
which OPEXS OS THtTtSDAY 11 AT THE LUX. Georce
Sanders, who won an Owar fer his sardonic portrayal t
the drama critie in -An Aboat Eve," plays the rele ef Cle Cle-snenti
snenti Cle-snenti SabeoHn, the rnthlees financial genie "Death
f a SconndreL James,Wong Howe, wbe ia reperrsibVe for
the soperb photorraphy, wen the Award In 155 for black
and white photography fer "The Rose Tattoo." The black black-rroond
rroond black-rroond mastc was written and eondocted by Mat 5tiner
recipient et four Afa'HT Award and ixtern nnrnination.
Sandfri ro-Xxra w ft b Tvonne De Carlo, Zsa Zsa Oabtr,
iftor Jorr. Nanry (.atts and C(4em Cray.



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- cpuj xo a ne baby in music.
; (5t iayot iusv .fee. ft
f. unniK jmnes calls what .lies
domit -'heaW ; singing': ptaer
rnftt it Vthe-old-fasn,

innprtf-oiiiury bluesi wito aaasn songs not part of her aot-r -v
f7-''-fh o' likes' TV and Y records records--
- records-- wrt5lSSprSji1,.itartrBecauae J can live, have a
ed the pi biuts rise-wuhrrns mornlnft and 'to afternoon.
k? -v,A'ove A&d his two; When I Just w6rk the cafes, I

Tw TPipaaes- i V,iFirst r Date"" have ho morning, no aiiemooiu
!!:. "SSfWi -ln the't almost foriret what the sun

iiB,.i. KAnnv klwav refers to
his -songs as -heart scmgs and
, to his- iuyleas.-'heart nglng.
. Kmea he's- the man who's done
"it, might as weH gotong. :p
Sonny is- unique; W. the. music
' business:. He refuses' W sins hi
night-clubs or; any-ower.
wtier.e iiaupr-.ia-nd..;vOJ
comes from a 450-person town
called Hwkleberg" in Alabama
-tnd was brought up and remains
devout member of The Church
U Christ. He does not hold with
prinking. ,' -' ? , ,
ncnevleve
So therei b hb heart staging
nighi'cbs., tot, by. Sonny
' Jme anyhow, , ,
' Therev teeiUMVf2
project' comingv from; &p.GuM
and Shirley, ppoper, which wiU
irilewe4 w. the Zephyr label.
It's Tan album called 'The Stars
fing? iealuXbvie-andTV
atafs' who've not previously been
newn as singers. AlreadUned
' ire Debra Paget, Howard
Duff, V Lupino, Pat OBrtyn,
estoi. Foster, Eve Arden, Co-
iinne Ca5vet;t, Moreno
card MOPWW ?n iL
anThe.re'l he ,tjwp. others,
,; 1 '' vVm flower. r But
hat. txn't anv eoodi if y"11
tterM.Wph singer
Mj act like a bouquet she
:..'tr Vfiiw hit it is. a

I
iiu.'. i.'m. Genevieve 1

.lnr to take one numoer wulsr"V"j-'7,

Attempt To Escape Execution

t'-i:i's'.a?iiVili)eal from 'Richard G. Riser, a
WASHTO6ycApriI .JCDW P ffiurder,r, tor a hear-
Conyiet Arthur f ry .ew taB.tB4 gt f execution., u

' W j. .11. ..U mn
hit vaiuoTBiav uiiui T
J. tnfimmi Court hearing i yes
terdsy "in ye,r b,t.,
setpe eieeutkm. r i'-
inth ppesl to tne nign iriu...
The actus automaUcally n post-
wanes his! exeeutioii antu a- new
.inth ppe-sl: to the hig h teibimsl
aiTBi i i wi m w ?i vu w
if.. ; i mm :nniiHieiu
rulinr'is hsnded dowsv ''".
' Jut anotner .inmate
tjuentm. oaata row .was m w
tunate. The court denied' an ap-
VF17 Post 40
iRstcIIs (lew
Of
Thrtticert VFW Post ,40,
m 04 w 1 VStrAmn Wsvrsi in-
1,11171. V V"'"""
atslltd rrtdsy aisht to an lmpret-
eite 'ceremony, presraea wr vj
' drfirtment tommsnder Donald O
InsUlled aaportomfckn'der
ftis"srrmd consecutive term w
Aiy. Xrakcwrty and the- depart depart-ftrvt
ftrvt depart-ftrvt commander was high in his
, praise of Xrankowsky's it e card
lst7ear. ; f
The following officers also were
Donald Harrison, sr. vice eom eom-ssander)
ssander) eom-ssander) Albert Schwann, Jr. vice
,...H.r. L. Hester,
Quartermaster; Virgil R. Wor Wor-hsnirbsplain7
hsnirbsplain7 Wor-hsnirbsplain7 Theodore Haunts
Advocate; Edward P. Suarei, sur-
feea; Walter C Wtuww. aojuum,
Frtd Greenwood, officer of the
day; Harry Alexander, serviceV serviceV-ficer;
ficer; serviceV-ficer; Albert Schwalm, legislative
etfficer; Robert J. Jacques, urn
year tnastee; Francisco Caceres,
twe-yesr trustee;. Gerald E. ; Andrews,-one-year
trustee.
t .t.i. fniinwinff the instal-
.uni th members of
1IUVV
the Port and their guests enjoyed
a imnptuous baoquK and dance.
Earth Tremors
Cease Deaths
In Central Java
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(CF Earth tremors and land
n i, ririi jva nave ciu&ra wiui
fat aTitles snd farced the evacue-
tion at snore uian iuw persons, n
feials said today. It was feared!
the tremors were the prelude toj
a a;or. eruption. ..

Ssnity' Calls It
sift Singing

record or on television," la like
taking one flower out of bou bouquet.
quet. bouquet. IfTspoIIs. the bouquet and
one flower by. itself poof it if
: $o wnen. she makes? her TV
appearances (she1 was a regular
with Peter Lind Hayes, when- he
illort fn fnr RviM flodfreVj Off
! on his African safari) or makes
records, she sings other songs,
npn(uiv(. wha looks, like a
crnsa hptucpii a nixie and a
gamin, ran a celebrated Pari
sian cafe. And she tyu a yen te
open one here, serving as a com
bihation host-chef-entertainer.
There's- a pretty 1 good -. chance
that this will come to pass.
' "But I don't Jike to talk about
it," she says, with a suaaen
frown. "Until something is all
set. it is bad-lucky to talk.a-
bout it."
DICK'S PICKS Stan Freberg'c
take-off on fBanana Boat (Day (Day-O)"
O)" (Day-O)" is a very funny record. It's
oh Capitol. others: ."Don't Drop
t iTnmmv Sands. RCA): "M
My Own Little Corner" : (Peggy
King,-coiumoia) ;. ine rj.c
Song'' (Ray Bolger, KPP); "I
Love My Girl" (The Hilltoppers,
n. .''SafTt Isn't so" (Teddl
King' RCA) ; "Cherry Red" (The
Jones Bove LiDerw; x um,
v.., vmrv.v,v i.Ttan Martin.
i UUI : A v ,.
Oklahoma) : "The g r e a iei.
frttiorla . TiiPflRftmO. a ECUPSe):.
"Big Feet"; (The Cheers, Mercu-
v,; vocalists irom u uvoi
world for your hifi travels: the
... xiv atait i -Tftpnneline
Francois, is at her best on 'ive
La Francois!'" (Columbia) ;-Bfa-
Mlian Lenv Eversone sings up
onntk -mHrB.n storm on her
UUUVll 11"'
first coral album: Tne uu
Iron one of the best calypsoi
ians, has a fine release in-v-
lypso carnival- inni,
rf rtorin valente
sines sones in au languages u..
mi.nh voipnt" fDecca)r an
other Parisian worth hearing' is
Mick Micheyi, singing ner vw
songs on Angei.; M
Some great -new v ana
eratic releases- the inwu
Toscanini ?'Aida,M broadcast in
49, is now released on a new
RdA set, with, Hetva Nelll, Rich
ard Tucker ana a nne cw ,r
other lovely Verdi opera, "Ii Trtf Trtf-:
: Trtf-: fin new record-
blerl, panerai '"
conducting; another Angel re-
Shwawkopf, and oedda singing
.; . m -a. Jl- l
l Riser is scneauiea w
. ,th ihootioz of a
Riser is scheduled to die April
couple who operated a restaurant
near Oskdsle, Calit
Chessman:, who wis sentenced
to deth for kidnaping, grjna
tnd attempted rpe, has
itt.n tbree books while await-
; ling court decisions on his msny
legal petitions.
legal petitions,
' His latest appeal Involves a
xnmnlaint that h- wai denied due
process of law in proceedings toj
setue a cnauengea ixaiucnyi. w
the original trial record. He con-
tjnrt he vli tint renrMented in
person or by counsel designated
f ... . m.i V 1.
oj tne siaie on nis oeaau.
The court gave the 63-year-old
convict until 'April 34 to file a
brief. The state must reply by
May 10.. ;.,;v t
i i . 1
- The courti which nil been, busy
hAavm ASistskSi MnanMtf 1 VetVaaJl
vai ui vev ivvhwj siauuvf
wru vut ea v vt miivii
Ta. sk.. I m.
controvmy.. v.. T -I
v Otr Court Ac.'
The hich eourt' alsoN-
Rejected iU I th Union
Pacific Railroad s claim to oil
and gas deposits along its' right
upheldthe government's eonten-
uob mat me ngnt oi way does
not laciuuc jninerai ngnis.
JRhitmA til rennir1p k VH
20 ruling that professional foot football
ball football is not entitled to the same
anti-trust exemption the court
granted baseball. The National
Football League had petitioned
for reconsideration.
Upheld T to 1-1' (50,400
damage award made by a federal
court te a Panamanian shin oper
ator under an Oregon law.- A
lower court msde the award
oa grounda of illegal picketing
ciinrt tha operator fav American
umca members in Portland.
In the Tidelands dispute, the
.lJusMce -uepanmen wants roe
- eeurt to restrict state ownership
nH, iuhiu iwuichwi
boundary extends as muck as 120
10 in m un uv uuu
Mexico. The federsl government
claims control past the three-mile
soark,. ... .-

FINNY FROLIC It' party

celebration of Spray, oldest living porpoise born and raised in captivity. Spray is a star at attraction
traction attraction at the Marine Studios, Marineland, Fla. The' birthday cake was decorated with tasty
little fishes instead of candles. -,,,' 1 '
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PRESENTS:
- .Today, Tuesday, April ;f
P.M tv.
4:00 Feature Review ,V
4:30--Whkt's Your Favorite (re (re-,
, (re-, -f quests taken by phone
tin s:uu; '-'r-'-'if-Jr.
a -9(1 News ' : :'
I : S5-,What's Your F a v o r t
(cont'd) s-;,r
a-niLi-Allen Jackson (News)
8:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
; v REVIEW (Pabst Beef)
e:S0 on sta g A m ri c a
(WRUL) 'x;f
7:00 interlude For Music
7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN ; BCI BCI-JSNCE
JSNCE BCI-JSNCE HEALS v,r ;
' 7:80 VOA Report. From VS. j, ;
:00 World Of, Ja2 ..... w
.i:so Life With The Lyons .y
:oo you Asked For It (re
quests taken by phQna
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10:30 Muslo From Hotel El Pan.
ama t
10:43 Templft Of Dreams
UtfO Concert Under The Stars
ia:00--Sign, Off,
Tomorrow,. Wedaeaday, AprH 1
AJf.
.ftftftiirn hn Alarm Cloek
., ,, Club Irequests takeri M
"v.. ; phonev.ttu 7;00Ji. :
7: SO Mornlnar Salon Concert
t:15 Church In The WUdwood
:30Musical ReTaUiav
:00-Jews- v n
: IS Sacred Heart
9:30 Pari Star Time
10:00--News' rfc -r ;
10:15 SDins and Needles Cre
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li:00i-News'! -,Y-- r'
11:05 Spin And- Needles
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11:30 Meet The Entertainer
13:00 Newt -
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13:05 Lunchtime Melodies ' 1
12 : 15 M EL ACH RINO MUSI-
CALE: (Nescafe) .JS
ll:30-Sweet And Hoth A'i
1:00 News. r ".v..
l:W-sMusic Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 French In The Air
3:00 Tex Beneki BhoW' ;
3: IS Freddy Martin Shovv
2:30 Music For You v
3:09 Hank f Snow And Els
. Rairibow Ranch Boys
lfl$ Sammy Kay a Show -3:30
Music For Wednesday
4:00 Feature Review- :
4:30 What's Your FArerite
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' phone till 3J0O i
1:30 News ,. i
1:35 What's Your F atari te
,- (cont'd) itt
:00 AUen Jackson (News)
. Program - i
1:11 -BLUB RIBBON SPORTS
( REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
: 30 Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
7:-Halla Of Ivy i
7:30 VOA Report From VS.
1:00 Music By Roth
I:J0 rMustcal Theater., :
:0O You Asked For ft Re
quests uken by phece
10: Jo-Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert under The Stars
la.oo-sjign Off. : :
Teenagers Discoycr
Floalinj "TorpcdiV.
Ask Whi Fcoli Bill :
KEY- LARGO ; (UP) Demolition
experts from the Key Wert naval
base were called Monday te dis dismantle
mantle dismantle a torpedo found floating
offshore by three youngsters but
the bori would like to know rhe
in the Navy is going to settle the
bill for bringing st to the beach.
1 The youngster David HeDea-
beck. 13.' Joe Jumette; 13. mA
David Fitxpatrick, 14 were eat in
a motorboat Sundae wbea they
found the eitht-foot VkL. snub
nened missile floating. They called
a'charter boat e sptam wiJ3 kelped
them tow u ute ue aeaca.
YVa tnrnttAit Vim A Ch fnTlawinf
printed en it l "oa explosive
-100 rewsrd.;
' The torpedo "eonlained fe asTL
station aiWresi in JarkpftrriSe
and the phone number V t STU.-

time, underwater diver play

Jury Finds Mom Guilty Of Shooting;
Youth Batters Prosecutor To Floor

SAN FRANCISCO'. April (UP)
VviUiam Lucas, 2i, ,tiew into a
a rf a fnA n it nikkn '. i t cv nun1 kid
mother guilty of manslaughter and
battered the prosecutor t tne
floor before" a superior courtroom
filled with "astonished spectators.. -As
the clerk read the J.yerdict
finding greying Mrs. Joseph Lucas
guilty ot snooting, to peam ner po police
lice police officer husband. Lucas scream
ed in his fury, leaned across the
courtroom and slugged Assistant
Dist. Atty, 'Jack Berman.fi' ?
'You phony,- m he,
dtstraoghr yooih yelled v as he
aaHered th startled preseeirter.
Bermaq crashed tot theVf. 1 o, "J
wun Jbucas aiop nun.,vwn..i
taches tuiaily pallea tne youth otf
the attorney, but not' oeiore Her Herman's
man's Herman's face was ripped and bleed
ing from tne mows.
Lucas'.' outburst came as t he
climax of a bitter two-week trial
at which 46-year-old Mrs Lucas
claimed she- shot her husband, a
highway patrolman, because sue
feared for her life. The prosecu
tion claimed she killed, the police
officer in cold wood.
The Lucas' three children.1 Wil
liam,-" Joseph Jr.,' 22: and Irene,
19, testified in their nrotber's de
fense that tneir latner. was oiten
drunk and abused bis wife and
family.
US, Saudi Arebb
Extend Lease
f r'
On Dhzbf n B::?
WASHINGTON. Anril VUP)"
Saudi Atsbia, and tha United
States have formally. extendett ior.
five years, the Americad lease en
the big air 'base at Dhahran
which nuts' U, S bombers in
itrikinff distance' of .Russia.' :
.The agreement wai announced
today bv the State Department
agreed' to undertake neW air force
and naval training programi.ior
tinue ap army auvisory program
id tha Arab natidn' .rft t
Extension of the agreement
until April t, 1062, carries forward
a controversial proviiion Under
which Saudi Arabia i bars the
entry ;ei Americans .of .Jewish
faith.-The United States, does .not
like the provision and his toid
Saudi Arabia it does not condone
the policy k, a i 7 .
.'"TeneJens Cites! . '---J
The Arabs have told American
officials, that any possibility .of
revising Saudi Arabia a mi reg regulations
ulations regulations to permit entry of Jews
orobablr depends on easing of
eeaeral 1 Arab-Israeli- tensions; n
- President Euenaower and haum
Arabian (King rSaud reached
general agreement e wteneion
of the U. S. lease durinf .. the
Aran monarcn s vt nere earuer
.The- former .sgreement an announced
nounced announced today was included in 'as
exchange ef-Botes' dated -April 2
between .Robert Murphy, deputy
undersecretar, of -, state, -and
Saudi AmbSsssdor Abdullah
al-KhayyaL:'-"r.' -T- jl
. .'V-' U-f. t, v :? 1 'J-.-. 1
UX.Te-Wl-Armet-
As previously eanouneed, the
United States' wflf continue to' sell
Saudi Arabia military equipment
on "reimbursable basis." 1 ;
la the ps st.. the, United States
has sold SSudi Arabia tanks,
artillery, nine B28's for training
purposes, quartermaster.- equip equip-aient
aient equip-aient and ether rtems. .-
At part of the air training
program, the United States : also
msy sell some jet training air aircraft
craft aircraft te Saodi Arabia. But offi officials
cials officials said, this would not be fdr
some.tie., ;v ;:.:t ,--
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Cub Scouts Learn
Power Of A Woman
HIALEAH (UP-thacub scouts I
et Pack M here today knew the
pewer.es a .wsmau. : ,-(
! "II
Serwi-yesr-old Wild Under I1
get permission W enter the Pine 1
wood verey, a annua tare soap
boa race for. the .young scouts
Sunday, .berause her 10-year-old
brother. cub scout John Pinder,'
became iS. Darby officials waived
the rules a a girl"- could enter.
Wanda sent the 40 older bovs
wbe competed borne wiombling to
themselves. -She woo the race. But
the cube voted to give brother
Jooa the rst prixe because it.wai
i ear.

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host t the 10th birthday
William's ethinf -hatred for
Barman undoubtedly reached its
peak Friday, when. In" hU efts efts-ina
ina efts-ina t argument, the prosecutor
pictured Mrs.i Lucas, as a- re remorseless'
morseless' remorseless' woman who should
be convicted of first deart'e mur murder
der murder The bitterness -of the attack
cause, the defendant, re (collapse
In etrsf-s-ir .---'.4
With'hisemotion' soentLf ; Lucas
stumbled to defense attorney Nate
Cohn and felLsobbine on hi. shoni-
As Berman I taaaVRftWrMU' M
feet Mrs. .Lucas leveled; ad, accus accusing
ing accusing finger at hims
I suppose' he-'S haDnv.'rshe pVI.
ed. "He's ruined 'cverythine.i He's
ruined my whole' family." ,1.
Berman dabbed at the blood on
his face, brushed himself off ; and
shrugged off the whole affair. He
said he v'h'H no wess eharpes.
Judge waiter; Caroeneti am-eed
that the youth's actions, should be
excused,
"I can understand what he
did, how he-felt," Carpanetl
said, ;, v:
I MAKES DENIAL president
.jusennower is snown .at nis
news .conference in: washing washing-ton
ton washing-ton where he denounced as rot
're potts that he is preparing to
step out of office arid turn the
reins of r government over to
, .vice-presiaent- huoo
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Protestant -Ministers Defend

Interracial; Farm
AMERICUS, Ga. (UP-Twenty
three Georgia, ministers' of five -denominations
have defended the in interracial
terracial interracial r Koinoaia Farm here
against; a'l: grand 1 Jury charge of
bsing "communist-dominated."
The Protestant ; ministers in a
joint letter to "Christian minls.ers
of Georgia'; Sunday... too issue
also with the grand, iury's stale-t-ho1
farm."mav have- been staged
. Norman Long, president 01 K01-
noma harms. iac aisa issuea a
statement denying the grand,, jury
charges,
The crand iurv r naay-issuea a
it-ria Be nreselitnient of findings of
its. month-long investigation, of the
controversial setue meni in wnicn
wiutes and JNegroes) uve ana wors
together in the heart of segregat
ed South Georgia,,-j A, IV, :
In their' letter, the ministers
from seven Georgia cities ex
pressed ,"our belief that Koinonia
Farm is' a, Christian community
that sens'', of violence have come
frnm .nersohs outside the Koinonia
group, and that no, Connection ex exists
ists exists between Koinonia Farm and
the iComriiuhist Party." '
Long said, the grand jury. had
"no positive evidence", that farm
members staged nne aynainiungs
gunfire at tne larm ana ue-
nied any; member '"now or ever
has had any' affiliation, with the
Communist Party. x iit
"This Violence, togemer wxm
, 1 .I -.-. '" en"1
i"ti-
Ho. 7 To Hold
The regular monthly meeting r6f
the American Logion AuxUiary No.
7, Bertram T, Clayton rosi,. wm
be held at tne mwou xiumo i
rozal today at 730 p.m.
The newly-elected officers were
installed by Mrs. Marie Bennett.
a past presiuenv m rosi, io. 1 uu
March 23. Mrs, Lorena Kalbar Kalbar-ezyk
ezyk Kalbar-ezyk was re-elected president-, for
Hnika ellitfACG
npHidini. Mrs.:. Alice Chedester;
irasurer. .Mrs. Joyce
Hendricks; chaplain, Mrsi, Kathe-
rineWr eht: seraeant-at -. arms.
Mrs Emmeime unompson;
nan, music, rauio au
Mn Mill Franklin. A debght-
ful repast was enjoyed by the Lew
gionnaires ana-Auxiliary.
The Honduras Doll Contest is 0-
pen to alt junior memners. vm
for entry must be in the Legion
Post on or before May 1, and will
be judged at the. convention to, be
h.iii Ft Amador.
The winning aon wui oe senv m
Atlantic City, N.J.; to compete in
the national convehUon this year. -.
11 fr-t'!.;'iLir.
ClubUr
m m r ...... ,. .-
"The organization of the Hatpy-Go-Lucky
Sodlal and Sporting Club
was announced yesterdays by a
spokesman lor the group.
Cuthbert Trottman was elected
E resident of the group at a meet meet-lg
lg meet-lg held recently. Other officers
are: Joseph Griffith, secretary; Li
lian Elvy, treasurer; Edgar Mar
shall, business manager; Percival
Quintyne, assistant secretary,;,
Other members of the club who
were present at the meeting are:
Reginald Carter, E. H., Saddler,
Alonso Burrows, Kenneth -Mason,
Lucilda Mason, Geraldine ,M a r-shall,-
Cleofas Lyder, Inel Pol Pollard,
lard, Pollard, Felicia Parker, Edwin Fish Fisher,
er, Fisher, Simeon Beckford. Rogelio Gar Gar-dia,
dia, Gar-dia, Lloyd Johnson' and Inez Quin
tyne
'vr
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$1.00 end $1J0
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In Georgia

economic boycott and legal- har
assment is senorsiy Hampering
our purpose for existing. We must
hve with the constant awareness
that one of our children may:, be
injurid or even killed
"THmp ar our homes. Wl, shall
not leave them. If those who ieok
to diive us out are so determined
that the choice is to leave or die.
then we shall have to die""- (1
"We shall neither deiend our
selves nor retaliate. .We have faith
in the goodness of God and the
good will of our fellow." j;
Administration's
Hard Money Policy
Hit By Sparkman
HC-T SPRINGS, Va.. April 9
(UP) Sen. John J. Sparkman

illation's hard money policy has.f
economic consequences vhlch r
, i,iH nnt nnlt. '...l ,n,n Viol'lli

but take you? scalp as well." ...
Sparkman tout the Fref ann annealed
ealed annealed Home Manufacturers' Insti Institute
tute Institute that the policy is "a synonym
for a high interest rate policy."
He said It has had the effect
of imposing "a relatively much
greater deflation" on the housing
industry although there is a need
for "an increase, not a decrease
in housing production."
Sparkman criticized the admin administration's
istration's administration's proposal to increase to
five per Cent the interest rate on
GI home mortgages. He said
many congressmen feel that a
critical noint has been reached
in the upward spiral of the cost
of borrowing money.

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THE MANAMA AMERICAN AN JNlJtrENDINT DAn.T NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, APRIL 9, US1
Milwaukee LeadiiigilEScIf
. v -9,

f AGE SIX

I11 :Grapef reft

-But Braves 9 Manager Hopes
His Players Save Something
For September Stretch Drive

; By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, April 9 (UP) Milwaukee is out
itt front for the Grapefruit Circuit championship,
a title that's just a lot of fruit juice to manager Fred
Haney, who would rather see his men save some something;
thing; something; for September.

l.The Braves couldn't beat
Brooklyn last fall when it really
tonnntAri hnt thev clinched their.
-spring series with the Dodgers
by defeating them, 8-5, at Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma City, Okla.. yesterday.
. As matters now stand, the
'Braves have taken six out of
eight games from Brook yn this
--;r. or. thpv lead all Major :
League clubs with an exhibition
record of 18 victories and eight
'"''Who cares about winning
the Grapefruit C h a mpion mpion-shln?
shln? mpion-shln? Haney has announced
this spring. These a"18"
don't mean a thing. We re
great deal more interested in
gettlne ourselves in condition
for the regular 154-game
, haul
Ti ax it mav. the Braves:
nn Dodeer starter Roger
Craig for Ontm JnJJe
SinSfed thf contest with three;
Imore off southpaw Ken Ihman
'ift -the fifth. Ray. ru"et r;;.
for the Braves, anoweu
on six hits in slx-and-a-th rd in innings
nings innings and then gave way to Bob
i?2SSSief J" ""s,hmtahnJ
who figures prominently in the
White Sox pitching Plans, gave
'.manager Lopez so m sthin Jo
smile about when he hurled
:Seven scoreless innings in a 3-0
victory over the Cardinals at
Charlotte, -N.C.
veteran Dixie Howell held fit.
LOUU TIE i check over the last two
frames- RVnfMoser
th White Sox homered off loser
Hrman Wehmeler.
- rly Bob Nleman hasn t been
irutHng particularly well th s
l Dallas, Tex., to drive in live
uns and lead the Orioles toa
fr4 decision over the Cubs. Kie Kie-man
man Kie-man hit a homer with two on a
Uigle and two sacrifice flies flies-cookie
cookie flies-cookie Charlie Beamon was the
Jmn5 and Blmer Singleton the
?The lUd 8n ieveftt
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Utound (V?-Utound Table's dds in the Ken Ken-Kea
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.tudtr Derby rutw l? weT
the-iolt's impressive victory to
last Saturday's jB ay Meadows
Deifcy. Gen. Duke remained the
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7 triumph over the Pirates in
10 innings at Fort Myers. Milt'
Boiling's homer off. Bob Purkey
in the 10th decided the game.
Jackie Jensen and Jim Piersall
also homered for Boston while
Danny Kravlts connected for
Pittsburgh.

Willie Jones' two-run homer
0ff Jack Crimian in the seventh
inning powered the Phillies to a
6-5 decision over the Tigera at
Clearwater, it marked Detroit's
10th loss by one run this spring.
Ed Bouchee also homered for
the Phils.
Rookie pitcher Curt Barclay
and outfielder Dusty Rhodes
combined to lead the Giants to

a 3-1 victory over the Jln'

a rvama i nu i ura s ria iron n r u
thunderstorm after
y
half innings
Barclay limited the Indians
to three hits, including a horn
er by Bobby Avila, while
Rhodes' two-run homer off
Bob Lemon in the fourth was
the decisive blow.
High winds caused the post postponement
ponement postponement of a scheduled eame
between Cincinnati and Wash Washington
ington Washington at Memphis, Tenn. At
least, high' -winds was the offi official
cial official reason given, only a hand handful
ful handful of customers were in the
stands and as the two teams
were about to go on the field,
rival managers Birdie To.bbetta
and Chuck Dressen decided, to
can. on me game. .-.

Clayton Downs All-Stars
To Cop Boys State Series

The Fort Clayton Cavaliers. 1957
PAAF champions, although held to
only nine hits in two games over
the pat week-end downed the
PAAF All-Star two : games in a
row to take the post season two-of-
three series, which was played for.
thebenefit of Boy'a State.
Saturday : evening the: "Cavaliers
eombmea tw oases oa oaiu, wim
two All-Star -errors, two stolen bas bases
es bases and a. single by third baseman
John Burnette lor threo Dig runs
in the second inning to garner a
3-2 win over the All-Stars at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Stadium Saturday enening.
The lets was a real heart heart-breaker
breaker heart-breaker for Albroek righthander
Bob Hanien whe went the route
for the Stars ellewina only five
hits and four base en halls
while striking ut 11 Cavelier
batters. Dick Borkeaki went the
route for the Clayton nine,
pitching real teugh ball. In the
dutch, allowing only six eefeties
and four walks. He struck out
one man.
Th. ah jchit-i nicked no one run
in the third inning when Amador s
shortstop Mike Rivera got on with
tn his error, went to third
inau nv centemeiuer jucc
Straube, also from Amador.
In the All-Star half of. the- sixth
Albrook catcher Frank. Lucovico
slammed avdouwe aner one was
out and scoreo: on a smgw uj
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ISTHMIAN BASKET BALL
TEAM RENAMED MARLBORO
By HERBERT MOISI
COLON During his pre-season
organizational meeting. Coach Ro-
dolfo "Fifi" Tom made It known
that his team will be renamed
Marlboro. The team was runner
up last season under the name of
Chesterfield, with which they won
three championships in the last
fiv man anna i
However, the team, comprise al
most entirely of Colonltes. will
still be owned by sportsman Car
los Eleta. who also owns the Galli-
to team in the same basketball
league.
Present at the meeting were six
of last season s players plus six
other rookies invited to tryout for
the team. Tom called for his first
practice this coming Sunday at 9
a.m.- and also made it known that
any youngster who wishes to try
to-make this team will be given
every opportunity to "graduate.'
Tom also made Jt known that
he will be parrying a small Io Ionian
nian Ionian sauad as compared to the 13
ne carried last season. Asked if
any of his last year players who
are now in the States will return,
Tom was noncomittal. It is believed
bv manv close to the front office
that Isaac Peltynovich and-Carlos
..... ..... .
rotnrn. hut it i fietinite mil
sharpshootmg George Sewell
will
not be back this season.
Basketball fever is catching as
the other Eleta-owned team, coach
ed by the sharp-witted 'Raymond
Kam has already several practic practices
es practices under the belt. This writer was
told that Seymour Agencies 1 has
also began its practice for the 1957
season.
A new team representing the Pa Panama
nama Panama University has the grape grapevine
vine grapevine buzzing, but nothing definite
nn the roster has been released
except that Grillo Holness will be
on its roster. This will cause an
irreparable loss to the defending
cnampions uerveza iiaiooa.
The Stars had one more onoor-
tumty to score in the seventh in inning.
ning. inning. Kobbe second baseman Hal
Duffield drew a walk and went to
second on a single by Straube.
Kobbe first baseman Cal Edgehill
then sacrificed the men ta aeennH
add third respectively, but Borko-
su ciosea tne floor getting Ama-
aor lemieider Frank Ley to
ground out. and Lucovieh to line
out to tne shortstop.
- In the second came dIivmI tun
day afternoon' behind the five hit
pitch-of lefty Bill Cary (13-4) the
Cavaliers made It two in a row
owning me stars 4-2.
Tha game was a pitcher's dual
between Cary and Amadnr'a ipftv
Jack Kaps who Issued only four
base hits but ran into trouble in
me i inn and sixth innings when a
mixture of two hits, two sacrifice
flies, a' hit batter, and three errors
proaucea iour uaayton runs.
Cary had a ne-hltter working
until the sixth inning when Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe third baseman Ernie Lenne
and centerflelder Lee Straube
broke It up with back-te-beck
ingles, but ne runs were scer
d.
In the seventh innlntf T.nrnvi
and Kobbe rlehtflelder Ed Scarlett
siammed out back-to-back singles,
and with two out Rivera hlaatjwt
a long triple to rightfleld scoring
iwu i uiixicri.
That made the score l-l with
Clayton on top, and that's the way
it ended as Cary and Kaoa both
seiuea aown to Handcuff the bat
ters me rest of the way.
The Fort Clayton team will
' v wwiviivn nfl aj iv( LJl K UtTA'
to Rico where they will play Barn
lavtivak inmnPMcv Invil 1A
ey Ala Force Base a best three-of-five
series for the Caribbean
cnampionanip.
Cafe Bohlo Cops
Softball Title
Cafe Behto ellnehed the
Rainbow City Open Claaaftiea Claaaftiea-Uon
Uon Claaaftiea-Uon Softball Leagne ehaaa
pionship yesterday by rfewm rfewm-lng
lng rfewm-lng Ralnblw City by a te 3
core.
The 1957 champions get a
loop record with nine eoneeea
tire wina. They have not leet a
gam since the aeasen opened,
bat si ill have three e en teats
left te play.
Winning pitcher waa Wood.
Sapp was the leeer.
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, players try to sweep their way to victory during the curling match at the Chicago Stadium.
' The Hibbing perf ormers--Lo u is Lauber, Matt Brklich, Pete Beasy and Harold Lauber, left to
vriaht were uoset for. th firttim itrnifnkn n;. i ;

Fl ashy Ed win Sykes m eets

Ernesto

- By J. J. HARRISON JR,
Tlie citv of Colon-Wl'be well represented on Sunday's Olympic ..Stadium tax

ing card when- flashy Edwin
climbs, through the ropes to
a six-round "apedaL ?

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Uriy Meier Shoots Lovv Net 60
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To Cob Canadian

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The; Canadian ;Clul point
tournament played at Fort Am Amador
ador Amador XJolf Club last Saturday
was, huge ; success. Oyer- 100
golfers competed and 38of them
went home with bottles, of Can Canadian
adian Canadian Club. : '"'
r mm M!er waa-the-blr"Win
n ii-inw (inVM)-' net 60
won a silver tray. Larry also gar
nered high point1 honors as ne
earned 4 points to win six bot bottles.
tles. bottles. John Roby; was runner-up
to Meier lor boa'lwvnefc nd
point. Rorjy had a-r7-W-l-nd
picked up 43 -points. These .efforts-
were- rewarded : with nine
bottles of whiskey.;-
Third honor In. the point fle-
rfmant were tazen. DT juuu
Oain A f onr bottles) .- f OUTth Was
Chaplain: Father)-i Sehnmacher
(three- bottles),. andJUto was
Paul Rannestrand (two bottles).
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33 or-inorr points, -They;. were.
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Sykes, the unbeaten protege of businessman Isaac Kresh,
take on-'FanainaVCIty's undefeated Ernesto Campbell in
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' Boh' Sulsm'an'put his tee shot
28 niches frorn. the pin on No.-o
green,- and that shot was worth
two firths.
Charlie Youngblood got all tho
bad bounces, and all. his putts
hung on : the lip' but ms score
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ClubTourney

Sunday

bantamweight champion Melvin
Bourne, and top ranking con
tender Toto Ibarra, who was ex
pected to arrive at Tocumen
Airport early this afternoon
from New York, .
Sykes has' won' two of his
bouts via kayos. A sharpsboot sharpsboot-lng
lng sharpsboot-lng stylist, the young bantam-
weight who will be making his
' first appearance' on the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific 'Side;- had thrilled crowds
with bis fancy footwork, speed
' and -accuracy -while running
roughshod oyer ail opposition.
The experts predict however,
that Sykes, who to date has done
all his fighting for Colon promo promoter
ter promoter Luis Craig, will be up against
the toughest competitor he has
encountered so far. (i
Two of Campbell's three ; vic victories
tories victories have been by knockouts. A
boy with an entirely different
style to Sykes', the stocky -slug
ger, wno gave up a career as a
jockey at the old Juan Franco
racetrack to take to the ring,
likes to get In there and punch.
away. i ...
There Is nothing of the
. clown in Campbell. He is a so
rlous-yisared' operator who
faces a foe with ehe Intent:
Chop him down as hard and
. at fast as vossible. v
It shoilld be interestlne to
watch how these two young men
handle themselves Sunday on
the Caras Nuevaa-promoted pro
gram. ...
Wrestling GKarripion
Cops Fifth Straight
Double Win In AAU
- WAYNESBURG, Pa. (UPj-Bill
Kerlake of Cleveland,, for. five
years king of the ; nation' ama amateur'
teur' amateur' heavyweight wrestlers, thinks
he is just reaching his peak.
' "The prime' for a wrestler
seems to be -in 1 his late 20s or
early SOs," slid the grappler Who
this past weekend, at 27, won his
fifth' straight 'double triumph at
the AAU wrestling championships.
Kersalko won his- fifth straight
AAU Greco-Roman' title Saturday
night, with three straight pins In
a total elapsed time of slightly
more than 10 minutes. : '-
He pinned -three opponents and
took, two decisions to win his fifth
straight AAU free-style heavy-
wimiahl ftmuwm Wijlaw ntffkf
-Kerslake.was the. only 'double
winner Ju the four-day meet here
at Waynesburg College.- '
The fastest pinning in the' Gre-co-Roman
finals was turned la by
Robert Steckle of the Kitchener,
Ont.,- YMCA, vthe only champion
not from the -United States. He
required but 11 seconds to down
Lymaa Blackmar of Catula,GaH
for -the 191 pound -title. . '
Two entries from the Ford AC
of Dearborn took home Grece-Ro-maa
tiUes. Eahlil Taha copped the
160W pound championship and the
ltftt pound honors went te Frank
Szecki. . ; ; .
Other4 champions were: Richard
Wllsoa of Washington, Pa, repre repre-Lee
Lee repre-Lee Allen, Multnomah A.C., Port Portland,:
land,: Portland,: Ore 125H; Tom Hall, 3rd
Army, 136H, and Barry BUlington,
uuivi,. 174. pounds. .. ;
Sugar Ray Robinson
Training H a rd
For Fullmer Fight
GREENWOOiy 1 LAKE. v N. Y.
CUP) Sugar Ray -Robinson, in
training .or a return title match
with middleweight champion Gene
Fullmer, today admitted, "I've
never worked harder for a fight
ia my life." The former champ
weighed. 1M pounds Sunday after

' td.tor: CONRADO SARCEANT

Pacific Softball League

; SECOND HALF STANDINGS
..." v Won Lost Pet.
C. N. Pan LlquidO 7 3 .700
Lou Gltid Agency 4 .600
Hq&Hq 20th Inf. 4 3 .571
Blatz Brewers 4 5 .444
Tasco aBtteries .11 7 .125
ext Games
Monday,' April Ha and Ha
20th infantry vs Lou Glud A-
gency. v -
Tuesday. April 8: Blatz Brew
ers vs Cervecerla Naclonal Pan
Llquldo.
Wednesday, April lOvtou Glud
Agency vs Tasco Batteries.
Pan Llquldo Whips Tasco Bat
teries to lake League Lead in
Second Half v
McNair Lane pitched to his
15th win this season by placing
Cervecerla Naclonal Pan Llquldo
in the position of league leaders
After whipping Ts6o Batteries
9-2. ...
In the Pacific Softball League
second half race, pan Llquldo
gained possession of first place
by winning two straignt games
this week over Lou Glud Agency
and Tasco Batteries' under the
efficient management of Sam
Catlett.
Bob Newman, Tasco Batteries
manager and ace hurler, was
sent off his feet on a nine-hit
barrage while Lane supplied four
to tne cattery boys wno scored
only in the second and sixth in innings.
nings. innings. j
"With four consecutive innings
of scoring nine safe runs. Pan
Llquldo paced their efforts with
three in the first and third, two
in the second and one in the
fourth.
Both teams were rotten in
fielding with fourteen errors in
the ball game. ;. .-
The box score:
Tasco aBtteries
Blough, If
Dennis, rf
Welty, c ........
Sprague, ss
Smith, ef -...;.;
Smith, cf .......
Bowman, 3b ....
Newman, p . .
Nesbitt, 2b .....
Carlln, lb
Ab RH
. 3 0 1
C. N. Pan
Taht, ss
Chance, lb .....
Carlln, 3b t...,.
Ostrea, If .......
Lane, p
Padron, rf I
Stock, 2b ...L.
Lawyer, cf
Campise, cf ....
Bomgiornl, c ...
Miller, c
Blatz Brewers Downs Lon Glud
Ageney Again.
The Pacific Softball League
underdogs, Blatz Brewers, again
downed first division Lou oiud
Agency In a nose to nose tussle,
4 to 3 after catcher Slegel sin singled
gled singled home the winning run in
the bottom of the sixth inning
to break a three run tie oh
Thursday.' .v-;- y .-;-:-
in an hecue duel between
Fritz Cheney and the Brewers
work-norse Red Keitn, Dotn
went the distance pitching with
caution to keen as many runners
off the bases as possible.'
Tniwins: moments kept tne
game full of pep from the scor scoring
ing scoring of the Beermen first run In
the second Inning. Leading by
one going Into the fourth inning.
Keith pitches reacted like mag-
eta but Glud's heavy v hitters
caught' on to the change of pace
to produce three rans on a
long and straight hit ball for a
home run by Abe Luna, two sin singles,
gles, singles, a fielder's choice and an
error.' Alter wis, agv. momae

3' 0 1
so 0
-3 0 0
0 A -e 3 il 1
3 11
....... 3 00
..3 0 1
, 3' 0 0
....... 3 1 0
28 3 4
LJIaide!
it'. .... 4-' 1 -2
... 3 r 1 2
...i..,-2 1 1
....... 4i 0 0
4ii 1 2
3 2 2
4 1 0
2 I 0
, .4 . 1 0. 0
....... 0 .1 0
......... 1 0 0
'" 28 9 9

Like a thread ef silk was the evil that twisted Heelf
areead their aoais... binding their lives... bending their
desires... te the ene they called The Great Man".. What
waa the trath about him? Was It the cheers f the wiil wiil-Hona
Hona wiil-Hona whe knew his veiee. . er the teara ef the women whe
knew hi lie? See JOSE FERRER In THE GREAT MAN,"
which OFO'S TOMORROW AT THE CENTRAL

boys played well behind Keith'
penect hurling. ;
. Blafas Brewers 'scored "their
runs with one in the second, j
fourth, filth and sixth. Involved

ff1 uiauy tense positions, Cheney
had the roughest inning durinz
Blati sixth, on striking out Lo Lopez,
pez, Lopez, Martinez singled past short.
uiutTO 10 ocuuuu on an error
by the second-baseman then.
Hunter went down swinging!
biegei, pne of Blatz dangcroua
hitlers was able to work Cheney
to a full count before lining a
single to shallow left scoring
Martinez from second, with the
winning run.
1 ' 'r..t "1 I
Glud'a top of the seventh was
a top inotcn in Keith's history.
With Dunn nymg out behma tne
Pate, plncxi-mtier HUzlnaer
&ent erounder tokhnft.tnn i,.!
ard wno nobbled it. McArthur

uien lorced HUzinger at second
making it two outa but Keith
began to took shaky aiier walk walking
ing walking Woodrutf and another error
bV Leonard Iron: nlnrf. -- ..

lArry Jones was then faced with
a problem but at a full count, a
grounder y to seeond-basentan ',
Barradas over to Roach, end the
thriller. ,
Abe. Lund with two for three,
out-hltf the field. ( ;
The box scorer-

Lou Glud Agency Ab R
McArthur 4 n
Woodruff , 3 0
Lund, .. 3
Jones J i
Lacy .. .. .. .. ..... ., 2 1
Malene:.. ,. ,. ,; t 2-i
Trout 3 0
Dunn ,. ao
Cheney in
Hilzlnger 1 q
H
1.
.0
2
0
0
27 1
Blats Brewers
Huertas ...... ,, i. 2 0 0
Leonard ,, ti 1, 1- 1
Barradas v, .'. .. .. .1 2 0 1
Roach m l.t 0
Lopez i. .. .. ,. ., 3 .1 1
Martinez .. .. .. .. 3 11'
Hunter .. .. .. .. .. ,,'2 l 'l
Slegel . 2 0 1
Martin .. .. .v 3 0 -0
Keith . . 2-' 00,
... . 1

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DrAmnfAr fnclc
Moore Will Defend
Hi.
h
1
Crown In Detroit
' DETROIT (UP)4 After work working,
ing, working, for more than a year-.te
schedule Archie Moore's light"

ainriifAianr Tirian vionr in a imtnitt .
oomoter who offered Moore, $50,-
000 to defend s- against German
Hani -StreU In June at the -Boston
Gardens.
"Tbtrt ; will be offers coming
from promoters all over but we
have Moore signed for June 7 and
that's been filed with the National
Boxing Assn. end the Michigan '-
Athletic Commission."- -,
.- ; .v ; A
The talk of moving the ; bout
bloomed Immediately after Har-
leao's Tony Anthony upset Detroit. -er
Chuck Spieser Friday at the
Olympia. ;
.v "v 's'
"Moore already has been signed '.
to fight the winner of the Aa-thonv-Soleser
fight." Londes re-
peated. "That still goes. We, see '-.
no reason at all te change ear
plans'; he said. ; -j,,

UCOIT J RViSU wwmi
Olympia Stadium promoter Nick i",
fcondes today angrily fired back.
at reports that the June 7 bout v
will be pulled out of Detroit-
t jv..i.:i.yt .-.!.;,
""It's just windy speculation
Londes' said in referring to the re-.
... 1. I.Mli1i'kt ae mm -ex Sm Trairrti

iparnng lour round.



All Major Leae;:CluBjsHave

AtiLeastl

Rainbbv City Softball Loop

if a

Lncerrofecbyer

A

"standings

Team
Cafe Bohio
Cerveza Balboa i
Rainbow City

Margarita ...

, 4
. 4
; 2

OeporuvaMCuna V

-L Pet GB

0 J-000
3 .558
5 1 .558
6 ..250
.143

a
3

.'. .i The B Six
Desouza -(Bohio) 22 12
Wllmot (Bohipr,. 18,- J
,Evans (Bohio) K
Clarke (Bohio) ..13
Cole (Balboa) 1
Gooding,' JBohio) 19 o

hitting with Hooper and Perez

of Marearita blastlne out dou

bles coupled with triples from
the bats of Bucky Hall and Dun

ning. ,. - .'.'

: Josephs of Cerveza bashed a

' pair of roundtrlppers in aodt

tion to manager unisMone m-

plei Ray i Simons made hi-. first

start a winning one spreading
out eight safeties. while Ked-

Fct.jmond the starting chucker for

.545 the losers is all even up at one

.500 win and .one loss. Josephs mop-

.46T ped up in the fourth giving up

.462 nine runs on seve bits.

438 .--1 - -;

-. 4 ft 1 l .'tfTlA linAHMAHAI1' ; ..' j. ..'.I, .1

:' Anril CRIB ihuu ....' --
Mwgarita 14-0 for their sxth
, straight win. and moved anotner
' a thi title Marea-

' rua helped considerably to their

downfall ; commnuun
zrJl ,,! nitphpd Ruoerbly al

. lowing a lone three-base hit by

manager winning
. ates aiypported Wm wattlng
At-a hoR hits. Mooi-

' chan -twirled for the losers and

suffered his tnira bcvo; ,--out
a win. Jt was Agard's second

i triumph, i- '

-v.Thellnescore:

204 350 14 U j
00 000 0 1

Cafe Bohio
'Margarita

Agard ahd Balmaceda;' McLa McLa-ren
ren McLa-ren and Moolchan.- umpires;
Williams, Lewis and Small.. ...
' Caf Bohio hurdled their most
aerioua obstacle April 2, wnen
thev clashed with the Rainbow
City Stars and squeezed trough
in a. thrilling 3-2 conquest. The
Star tried desperately, to grab
. this one out of the fire In the
i. final stanaa whan with one run
in and the tying run at third,
- Stanley Arthur popped weakly to
ahort ending the game.
Chester1 'Desouisa continued
; 1.1. nootinnnl hlttina with a

; perfect slate for, his evening's
i work., Wood and Agard combin-

5 ed ,to hold trie rauenug o"1.
, wif rtth Wonrt arettine the

! win' hi third. R. 8app was the

loser.
lUelinescore:.',
V Cafe Bohio 200 100-3 1
Rainbow City 000 101-2 2 1
i wood.- Agard and Cameron;
" Cajjp and Alston Empires:
: Greene, LewH'ana'Bman. "'

, tfanrarita. Scored their flrst

win of the season. April 1, alter
j.r.nncr y ty cames in row.

mauling the-powerless San Bias
I Indiana 10-5. The Indians threw

a W car In the 'fifth scoring
i fivetlmes on lour 'hits to whit whit-.
. whit-. tie down the Stars commanding
; J-0 lead. i! t .'
; Determined to crash the win
" column, the Stars rallied ia their
; .home1 half for four big runs,
Icing the contest Yohe won his
first -victory while Salazar Je Je-'
' Je-' llevlnir Quiroa on the mound was
; charged with the loss. ;
The lihescore: t t
Dp. Kuna, iVoOO 050 0 5 U t
jtofgartU 101 440 x 10 11" 1
' Quiros, Salazar and Morales;
Yole'and' McLaren. -Uniplres:
8maB and Greene. .V i
' The rejuvenated Margarita
itars won their second straight
tame April. 5 by lashing out
eleven solid base iiita tor an
easy W-5 win over Cerveza Bal Bal-'.
'. Bal-'. boa-The' loss dealt the Becrmen
. a erlous setback to their pen pennant
nant pennant chances,- for inste4d of
gaining on the fire fighters they
' lost ground Instead. .; -..
Margarita showed plenty of
. cower and defense looking like
ehampions and the other con con-tenders
tenders con-tenders can look forward to
them in the- role of spoUers as
they are now eliminated irom,
the race,- v; ;:.
Hooper aridTHardy spearhead spearhead-.
. spearhead-. ad the attack with three for five
";and three for four respectively.
The -contest featured long range;

Margarita 312 142 21$ 11 6

Cer. Balboa 201 010 1 6 3 2

Simons and. McLaren; : Red Redmond.
mond. Redmond. Josephs and Kandrin

Umpires; ; Greene, Lewis and

Small, '',,

Along The Fairways

KATIE CALL IS MEDALIST IN

CERVECERIA WOMEN'S GOLF

TOURNAMENT AT- GAMBOA

v w By OSCAR FRALSY J,

NEW' YORK (UP) -Qil'McDou-gild,
buried -among vsuch New
York Yankee 1 titans st Mickey

t nr1n nrA VtfTl Cotel -",lst --ftllTOl

I as the most 'Underrated member

ot the Bronx Jtombec- cast but

survey indicates today thaw there's

one 'such on every 'dub,.

, .Unobtrusively he does a hangup
job afield: and wield a hig clutch

bat .which -delivered: a .311 pace

last, season, , j, .

'.Bui -rtrasider also '.. scrappy "pon

Ziinmer: pt the Brooklyn Dodgers

His Courage and drive does .much

to put' a -spark to the Dodger fuse
A good man-, tor have oh the spot.

Jpckie Collum 4 of f h e Cubs
doesnH get jnan.ravea either, but

the' Uttle pitcher,' who had a 6-2

mark-last season, is' a "willing and

able .workhorse. Among the sinus

cular Cincinnati Reds, you can't

hardly locate little Rocky Bridges.

Yet he plays every position in the

infield except first base and wan

ager Birdie Tebbetts says almost
confidentially that he'd t ride
"anybody, ,:on the club except

own- --'-1 -.,.-,'t,M

Forty-six ladies,;, a record record-breaking
breaking record-breaking number. Qualified at
the Gamboa Golf Club for the

annual Cerveceria Women's In
vltatlonaj Golf Tournament. :

Katie Call, the defending
champion, shot an 83 the first

day which withstood the chal

lenge of later -players and won

lor Katie tne medalist prize, a
handsome silver tray.

The only, other close scores

were a pair of 85's by Ethel pe

rantie and Chi "McCuer Scores

were generally inexplicably high,
especially among the low-handicap,
golfers,' and it is expected

that in later match play rounds

a better brand or goir is sure to

emerge. The complete list -of

pairings is as follows: K
, Championship Flight4
KaUe Call
s Louise Jones -Ethel
Perantie
Alyce French
" Chi McCue
. ; Pearl Trim
, Ruth Lincoln
'- Connie Bishop
'. 1 :''
First Viirht
1 5
MarJ Sewett
Lynn- Jones
" Bobble Hughes
Helen Schull
- Edith Mathieson
Irene Robinson '
Carol Perantie ' -.;
?i Marj Classen
1 :Y' Second Flight
-''-BevDllfer''
Ruby. Kruger
1 Mary Biggs
- Lee Knuth- ,l
Eve Wright
Laura Hopson
- Dottle LaCTote' v r
Helen Owensr

Third Flight
LaNelle Logan
- Margarft Hasting
- B. J.lJelson
Peggy Montanye
s" Jean Morris -'
: darker Bell
. Hester Henderson
.. Louise Johnson
t f- Fonrth Flight
Bernice Dayis
Betty Hennon .'
i: Irma Mullarkey
Rose phifer
Mickey Gorshe
. J. Jenner '.
. Hannah Clark y.
' s Marion Mallory :
Fifth Flight
", V. Hollowell -"
3. Webb
' 7.. Batchelor ';'
'Bve
. Olpdvs Wiley
8. Baton
. Davidson -.
Bye' -.'

"BATTLE HY3MN"

1 1

CL Dan Oeae Rock ITtt4a lktraa ( a rresrt ef
Captain fskkiaoor (Don DFr) in thl mm ef "Batlt
Hrina," I'Brmml-Inteniatieiua film ia Thnlrolr.
ntatUc Ilrnin" is the tmt ad exciting itwj' f Col.
IVan tit and of hi wendfrfol wwrk. Srrinf Hudson,
Mrtha Hjtr, Dan Dsryfa and Anna Kh(i, "EatU
.lvnin '.wiii be rtirast-d soon at tbe Central Ibratre.

"ft

SOFTBALL CHAMPS i" More than ,1,000 wildly .enthusiastic
Softball fans witnessed the Fort Gullck U.& Army Garrison's
10 o9 victory over Battery !"AW of 'the 764th'AAA Battalion
unde' the Fort Gulick lights Tuesday evening. The Victory,
the last of the three game Merles, resulted in Fort- Gullek's
team being proclaimed Axmv f Atlantic Softball Champions.
Lieutenant -Colonel Doy H. CaPrj, Special Project Officer, (at
left) presents First LiLeLuteftant -Antoftio 'Barcelo, U.S.Army
Garrison team? manager, with the first place trophy. Others
in' the picture tl to' r' Captain Victor- Navas, 1 Special Services
Officer, and MSt. Pablo Castro of trie U S.' Army Caribbean
V school CommWcation Division. A ;.
' f (Ul. Army Photo bv'Sp3 Bruce B)etkert)

ow About Cevbigten :.

i Mostly "the pitcherj g e t the
rayes a r o u n d ; the, 'Milwaukee
Braves.' But ",Wes Covington de deserves
serves deserves kudos for a fine job when
he gets the chance. And how about

Wes Westrum of the Giants? No.

Berra at bat,; but he is a brilliant
receiver, , ."
There's' no t h I n' g spectacular
about the Pirates' Dick Groat hut
the Buc shortstop is as steady as

a rock and such a solid baseball
man that he already is being men

tioned as managerial timber -when
his playing days are over. And

when you throw rocks it those
Cardinal pitchers, take it easy on

4u-year-oia Murry uickson. his
knuckler has the hitters cussing.
Take Dick Williams of "Balti

more.?. He does everything but
pitch and Manager Paul Richards

says he "could develop into, the

best one-ma gang in the league."

,'Lepcte Hag Strong Arm

Ted Lepcio has one ; of t h e

strongest arms in b a s e b a 11

There's no telling what he would

n .

ao u given an an-out cnance.-

KSted a star, Minnie Minoso of
the White Sox stUl doesn't get all

uie dows ne deserves for this ii

,the playeiwthey say on .the club-. j

wno carries Tne' WQUe X ea 4U.
CMvelandV AT Smith is buried .by
the Tribe 'pitchers but he'a the

best player on the club antLae

cording to Casey Stengel, one.-of

tne nest in ue league,-

Detroit's Jack Phillips is anoth

er oriwant )ack of au trades -and
master of most and yet not one
fan in 20 realizes he crowds the

.300 banting mark. Kansas City's

Hector Lopez, who commutes be

tween the infield and outfield, is a
fine payoff hitter. And, for under underrated
rated underrated players, how about Wash Washington's
ington's Washington's Pete Runnels, who most
managers agree should have been
on the alt-star team and wasn'te
. v v.- t --,- i
-Sure, McDougald' i h 0 a Id get
more recognition. But hell gladly
settle for those annual World Se Series
ries Series checks, which is a consola consolation
tion consolation the- others rarely, ; if ever,
have. i

fiv S S 5''

JOEVwiLLIAIilS

4,- .A

-J Like other erouos similarly dedicatetl to the human

itarian and the philanthropical, there are times' when the

Society of Helpin? Hands in golf leaves its subject m

worse shape than it was before. fti. x: i

'A'current, conspicuous example' is Gene-Littler."1 :
' On the word of no less an authority than Bob Jones, Littler

has the equipment to out-stroke any player in golf ; "The finest

young prospect I ever say, the old Grand Slammer told this de department
partment department several years ago.- r s r

i littler lost no ume in maaing jone iook iixe a cross oetween

Nostradamus and Dunninger. He missed; ah eight footer on the

last green to blow the '54 National Open .at -Baltusrol.- Next year

on the pro tour ne won ?a,uuu m prize-money .-vxast year ne
faltered but still did better than MQMO.'? '' '

This year . .well, he hasn't been able" to hit his hat,' as the
haberdashers sav. Goinr into the St. Petersburg Oven in mid

March, he had won less than $209; he picked up $509 in that one
while finishing nine back. In money, he did about ,the same-in

the subseauent Pensacola Open m whictf petraued by- ii snots.

What had happened to the young Caltfornlah's game was ,no
baffling mystery. One look and you-had the answer A ,nllch In

his swing, 'ine natural, simple -unorosen action oi nands ana

body that had Impressed Jones was no moret in -its.piaca was a

distlncthreak, a pause near the top of the swing, as if' the player
were experimenting. But why would, he, wat -tor-expertment when

he aireaoy naa a jauitiess swuige r t ;

Old Stuff in Baseball

t.SQ

fn

u '" uia aimi oasenau .,r4. t,t
-' '' ,' y i''4lJ i -'f, "fj
4 '.This .brings us'back. to theScl,etS'..ot Helping4 Handsiinyinr
formal, scholarly group made up ff' venerahle "campaigAers whose
names end past heroics are held in awe by jntjde.-eved, trusting
newcomers to' the richly endowed tour- , v .-" 4

- xo tnese innocents, it is a pjivyege to mingle wiuv tne neip neip-Inii
Inii neip-Inii Hands on the nractice tee. to listen .to them expound their

profound, theories on playing techniques, to yenture .timidly, 'a
question. .. and to practically ..swoon with happiness' when. one
of the elders not only designs to answer, but interrupts his own
work to illustrate..
: We were surprised, almost shocked, if truth be knoro, to

learn there are cynics who insist that behind (his seeming cour courtesy
tesy courtesy and rracloui interest, the Helping Hand actually conceal a

stealthy rascality, and that far frorojnesnlnr to assist; their

wicked purpose is to confuse and disorganize the innocents' think

ing. i
. And now comes one Zell ftaton,- a teaching pro, to whom
the distressed Littler ,turned, and judging bv the way' he talks

'the. cynics may, not Be -altogether. ut-of line. "Only thing

wrong with this boy's .game is that nes neeij getting too, mucn
unsolicited advice from too many people.". .- v1
.'. Much as we- dislike, to think the Helping- Hands' would go
hi. for -this sort of thing, We must admit the hot shot golf
rookie does pose the same economic threat to veteran name

golfers -as his counterpart in baseball. . And even- u-ivau

would be hard pressed to compile tt lull list or giamor puy

rookies who got kicked around by-big league eiaers' iryirtg w,

protect their Jobs. : a '-

Youngsters Don't Win'

Ford's

eaks

Win In Masters Br

Big-Name Monopoly Of Event

By WILLIAM TUCKER

i ina-of-age for a new" generation In'for a -tolaJ sU Ainder par' and

rj))g tinje' golf. He decisively ont- when .Snead, v approaching 45,

-r' AtJGUSTA, Ga. (UP) Doug, starred Sam Sneadv who had won heard about that,- he let youth take

Ford, a golfer from the sidewalks the Masters three times and play-! over,, ora is iu years younger,

of New york who saw his first ed the first three days this year

aieen on.' the ton of a pool table,

has broken the stranglehold -that
the hig-time titlists have held on
the Masters tournament J i n e e

Bobby Jones founded it in 191 f

'.The swarthy kid from 87th St.
and Broadway picked up 87- hun hundred
dred hundred bucks Sunday for his first
big win since he took the. PGA ti title
tle title in 1955.
But more important than what
it meant to Ford, his -victory ap apparently
parently apparently signaled at last the com

as if he owned It.'

..-)" OJd Guard Fltr

Ben Hogan, a -two time winner

Sammy did settle down. JOnf.

what to score, a par 72 and a 288
total. That put him -three strokes
behind Ford's' 283, but was still
good enough for second place. It

was the third time tint a 283 had

and1 strong favorite, didn't "even been good enough to win the tour-

make the qualifying 40 when the 'nament for which the -record ia
field of 100 was cut after the- sec- Ben Hoeaii's historic 274, 14 un
ond tiay. Neither did Cary Middle-lder, in 1953.
coff, an early favdrlte. r I'tf
' T i 4 D.miret Fln?N' Third 1 1
FnrH 'shot a inul Aft Innrlnff' ihp ' 5 - '

pressure packed back nine in 32

Fastlich League

SECOND HALF" STANDINGS

0 v (TODAY

Team'
Ocelots
Palomas
Conejos

Pumas ,' i.
Perlcos ,,
Macaws.. ,f

i 4 .

Pet GB
,857
.750 '4

.655
s444
.250
167

an -i

2 -3
4Vi
5

Ford' important" recent' viett

rles were in the Los Arigeles aid
Panama .Operis. They hoped him
amass more than $14,000" before'
the Masters,, as ,he, played ia ail'
but two. tournaments on -the wmfer
Urelch. ills victory here- blasted blasted-Ihe
Ihe blasted-Ihe belief : that a .current low scwr scwr-ef
ef scwr-ef who plays every tournament 'on
the circuit cannot win the Mastp

I 'against the-'likeg of Snead iQd
0 Hogan v.ho aim for this tourney-

'..Fnrd rlirln't have, in -An .'Well.

as he did. Many in the gallery- of

Conejos 6, Pericos 2

J:20,

REL EASE! 'i

4:45, 7:35. t:U?

bo e.se

A.

r!"'""Bi,liii,"

- Make of it what'yoif will but tournament golf, certainly as
mmhihuI W the National OrjerL has been more an old man's

Igame in the last 15-20 years than at any time since the sport'a

email! wi.ii uu cuunj. ..... -. ..,.L I
- Hogan and Rnead were amonc the. favorites In the Masters!

Ton'll mind thev were dangerous threats even them. At 38.
fcaty Mlddleeoff H one of jthe yoimger. crowd. At the ama ge
Jones, who won everything, 'had been retired eight years..
More youngsters are embracing commercial eolf. tbn ever

hefore. It's almost an automatic step lor. the National Amateur

champion.. Littler, as related, nareiy missea in m urvpen.
and hasn't' been close stnee. The "Heloing Hands? -- The yips?
Or did he arrive too soon with toff little ? ..-,;. ;n

i TtBK cai son m uss ir i

r -m

...mi tm s s tt ka ft ot tt

HilMMMtm.-hiMiMkl
.. is bust a fuana tm

r

i

as 1

Manager Kisrnan of the conc conc-jos
jos conc-jos in an effort, to cinch third
place, elected to gd with Parker
... a A tin mmin4 oH.

er a three-week illnesa and hei nv 1-3
was in good. form as he. allowed! .

only two runs on live ms. in on only
ly only one inning, the sixth, did
Parker give up more than one
hit as the Conejos defeated the
Pericos Monday- afternoon at
the Fastlich Teenage Park.
Bleakley, Pericos manager,
started Chico (Hard Luck ( Mart
tin in his eighth consecutive pr
sighment and as usual, pitched
good ball but failure,,'. of his
mates to hit with men on and
bad luck In the outfield put him
in the hole in. every inning ex
cept the first when he was on
even terms with the Conejos two
in tn mn1os scored two in

the first on singles by Scott and I

parkeri four in tne tourui ow
singles by Chassln, Scott and
Brandon, and two of the four
The Pericos were able to wive
Parker for only two runi in the
first inning on two walks, an
error and a double by Ness.
ihii tv, rnnio rhassln and

flnnta led with two for three.

Ward, of the pericos, batting for
Weade in the sixth, singles off
the knee, of Miller for perfect
dav with one .tor-one. f ? '; :
,-The big games this week-vare

meet the Palomas Ind on Turs, f

day, tne last regumvy kihv"" kihv""-game
game kihv""-game of the second half,' when

the high nymg oceioia ve
the Corelos.
One thing for sure l that en
paiomaa lam will be out in force
nullln for the Conejos Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoo" thl H the tem.
the Conefos that wW fojTJ h
Ocelots Into a play-off with the
palomas. y

Tf von' are a follower of the

Teeners, it 1 a ssfe net you've
had fun., wit" more comin no
this week ss .the tension roimM
and the nercentires are flared
and he anerulatlon rur-s rMe a
to selected plvers for t
team corde this summer. Tt la
. ht vm'f. een son

suDerb iportsmanshlp from play

civ a j .,
Tf i. n'nl fw much to say that

you've ha,d everything that Is to
X. L.j i Vi ma-lnrs Whittled i

down to aize, from neatt-lmk.

ing eriut vu ------ j
i- hitiffi-s in the clutches and

thit sad walk to
trike-out. You've had color and

entertainment, more on the a-genda.i-
"
. ipha nivra hav had fun, ex

perience and character building,
qualities r rammed Klown
iullets and they are the better!
&Tit.-T ou ar a'-teaular" at

rihe Fasttich Teenage- pjui pr

n know von nave uituu.w'""

ing tip as the season clases-,yau
wiU be there. It you aren't a reg

ular, come out ana e
ped-up high class eand-lot baU
these youngsters give out with.
It's a far cry from dad's day.

Eddlemah rf . ..... 1 0
Metheney cv.. A 3 0
Martin p ..:...vl u
Ward x : 0
x-Singled for Weade -In 6th,

Bright filed out for Eddleman

111 OLXl.. I M nnn -wl nAA MAl'tk.). m,nA..'a

nn ? 6 1 I 0'm when became out. oa
Brown. .. bunkef on the 18th with'a 'sandV
" '.- : I flecked -hall, that bounced in thi
Two base hits: Ness 2. Stake' ctp. K-was a. championship shot.
Ant, hv -Darir.r 4 xiort.in "? i In third olace behind Snead Was

Walks off :. Parker fi; Martin" 4! Jimmy;: .Pcmaret,,, onty previflua

Left on base: ronelos 6. Pericos' three-time Mastors champion be-

8. Umpires: W. Wllllanw and sides bammy; wim za-f. Amatenr

Scnwarzrock. scorer;. Dobson. Harvie warq ot.oan rijinL-iscu.wir

. 1 ished with an even par as. 1

L

.

CtVE HER ENOUGH ROPE Francine Pary ot
yrance. cebratw ber if Jv. birthday in high fy1-"' ;

3 4-hour-1 5-min uU

. . r..n. i'nud ih r-rvious record hld

, The box ecore:
Conejos
Hern, J.' rf .
Chasln 2d ......
Scott, R. cf .....
Miller lb V
Parker p ........
Brandon is
Stewart e
Williams Sb
Thomas If

Ab R
. 3 1

Mkrcum 2b

Nes lb
mlop Sb

Bright T. ef
Brown as

Weade U
Conkhn rf

Perieos

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Labor Secretary
Asks Senate
To Restore. Cuts
. WASHINGTON, April 9 (UP)
Secretary of Labor James P.
Mitchell asked the Senate today
: to restore $35,700,000 chopped
from his 385-million dollar budget
last week by the house.
Ha exnressed particular -'con
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department's defense mobiliza mobilization
tion mobilization program and its project to
aid 400,000 unemployed ; out-of-school
youngsters aged 16 and IT.
"The mischief which idle youth
get into is plainly visible' he
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bility responsibility toward the job and their
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The labor secretary testified
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room furnishad, a part mant Jna
upstair on ground floor on
Ave. Paru. Phono 3-074a-3-3099
FQR RENT: Newly fur furnished
nished furnished and unfurnished apart apartments.
ments. apartments. ALHAMBRA APART
MENTS, 10th Street No. 8061.
Phone 1384, Colon.
FOR RENT: Cool unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished ona badroom, apart apartment
ment apartment with porch, livingroom,
diningroom, kitchen, bath, dry
closets etc. completely screen screened
ed screened located in "La Joys" build building
ing building on fourth of July. Ave.
near Canal Zone. Rent $65.00
Tel. Panama 2-0027 or 3-0763.
FOR RENT: Freshly paint,
od Apt. livingroom, bedroom,
dinette, kitchan. Cilia Darian
No. 14-21, next St. from 4th
-July-.:Ava.-i ;
FOR RENT: Cool and com.
fortablo apartments. Living
room, dining room, bedrooms.'
kitchen, independent service.
41th of July Avenue No. T1-3-52
facing entrance to Quarry
Height. For information en enquire
quire enquire same building from
11:00 to 12:00 and from 5:00 to
6:00 or phone 2-2037 anytime
FOR RENT: Army Inspect Inspected
ed Inspected furnishad one bedroom apt.
All conveniences, bus-atop 4 of
July Ave. Tels. 2-5524 or 2 2-1140.
1140. 2-1140. i : v ..
FOR RENT: Furnished or
unfurnished one bedroom apt.
in Vista Herraota Tel. 3-3589.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment with stove, refri.
rater -end hot water. Air condi conditioned.
tioned. conditioned. Camp Alegre. Tel. 3.
7192. Hours 7 to 8 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern one
bedroom apartments, living,
dining room, hot water instal installation,
lation, installation, maid's bathroom,.
, sareenedh Building r u n d e r
'construction, ready, far occu occupancy
pancy occupancy and of present month
3rd street Pereil, facing "Cola "Cola-gio
gio "Cola-gio Javier. 170.00. For Informa.
tion eoe Quiano, 8th street
No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENTt One bedroom
apartments, furnished. Light,
gas, telephone end screened.
SabanasiNo. 172, behind the
SabaneeJFire Station. $40.00.
For Information aae Quijano,
8th street No. 5-30. Phono 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718. FOR RENT: Apartment one
bedroom, living -cUnlng room,
screened, wash tubs, 5040.
Furnished apartment, one bed bedroom
room bedroom lor $45.00. Second street
Carrasquilla No. 35. "Audisio"
Building. For information aae
Quijano, 8th street No. 5-30.
Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished apartment, linen, kit kitchen
chen kitchen utensils etc., garage, hot
water. Phone 3-5354.
FOR RENT: Furnished
apartment, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, hot watar. Phono 2-
2504.
FOR RENT: At El Cangre Cangre-o.
o. Cangre-o. Modern apartment. 2 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms hot watar, garage. Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa 2-3382. Panama 3-1043.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Locale, suitable
for offices or clinics on top
leer of "Centre Medico
Building, Cube Avenue and
corner of 30th stroot East.
$35.00 and $75.00. For Informa Information
tion Information aoo Quijano, 8th street
No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: On first floor
spacious locale, suit a bio for of office.
fice. office. 22nd stroot East Bis Ne.24 Ne.24-72,
72, Ne.24-72, beside the IFE Office.
$10040. For information see
Ouijeno, 8th street No. $-30.
Phone 2-2718.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OT AMERICA
Canal Zona
Unites States MrtrM Caori Tm
Tb DMrid af tt Cual 2m
Divtolon t Balbna
waiter c. Rccd. Ptelntlft n Am.
Mart O. Rent. Defendant. Summons
vase no. hhl um oecfeet 21. Action
To the above-named defendant;
Tou ere hereOy required te
ana anaver the eamotalnt flled In h.
abort-entitled action Vtthta ninety day
Jin. in. in fraoiicauon.
Ia eae of your lailure to as appear
and anawer, Jodsmant wfO be taken
aaainat jnou by default for the relief,
emanoeo m me eempiaHtt.
Wttneaa the nnneraMe Cvthrte I
Crewe, Jade. United Stataa DMrM
1 Court for the Dfetrict ef tha Canal Zaaa.
via Apra l. mvi.
C T. loeCaiailia. Jr.
Clerk
(Seal)
f 99 Bora de la Fern
'' CTiwf Depute Clerk
Ta Ana Marie D. need
The f aresoenf ajmim t
an rev by peMicatioa
order ef the Hnnorabte Cutnrie
Crowe, Jadac Ontted State Dwtrart
Court for the Ptttrirt af m Canal Zen,
dated Man. IS. 157, and entered end
fifed tal action Qie offte f the
Clerk of said UnHed States Diabirt
Coest Iff the Dliatiasi of
UarcB 2S. jS7.
C. T. ateCaesaick. Js.
" CTer
y ean e si Feaa
Chief Xleputy Clerk..

i LEAVE TOUR AD WITH ONE OF OCR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13-3! "H" STREET. PANAMA LiBRFRlA PRECIADO-J-7 Street No. 13 si

1 1 INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACXONliS No. 8 Lottery Plaza O CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 5 XOURDE8 PHAKMACV 182 1 Carrasquilla F
I IBARDO Ne. 26 "B" Street MORRISON 4th ot July Ave. & J St. m LEWIS SERVICE A vW' Tlvoll No. A FARMACIA KSTAnns IINinoft-

FARMACIA LUX 16 Central Avenue e HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de
VAV -DER-JIS 50 Street No.S3 FARMACIA EL BATUKRO Fajraua Leievr

toe Aella Vista Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Stulabsker 1954
President $1750., wiU trade,'
Phone Balboa 1716. ",.,.
FOR SALE:4- 1948 Packard I
motor corepleteiy rebuilt, i
Call after 5 p.m. reasonable,'
87-4235. 1 . ;
FOR SALE: 1941 Fleetwood
Cadillac, runs good. Dial Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 86-2218, Sgt. Vela.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet;
Sedan excellent tires, :- radio.
5 Low mileage, one owner.- $550.
See at 2264-B Carr Street, Bal- -boa.
Phono Balboa 4480,
FOR SALE: 1951 Buick super-
Sedan. Phone CAIbrook
5298. i
FOR SALE: 1951 Pontiae 8.,
Catalina 2 door Hard top with .'
radio. heater, hydramatlc,
WSW tires and many ether
extras. Engine, body, finish
and upholstery in' excellent,
condition. Relatively low -mileage.
Cell Fort Amador 5197
FOR SALE: 1948 six cylinder;
Oldsmobile Sedan, excellent
condition. $15.00 down, $46.00 ;
notes. Phono 3-4577. From 9:00
to 12:00 a.m. '
FOR SALE: Plymouth 1953,
crembrook 4 door sedan. ex-'
cedent condition throughout 4 ,,.
new tires, radio. Price $850.00.
Phone 5-517.
FOR SALE: '.955 Austin "A "A-30"
30" "A-30" 2 door sedan. Very goad,
condition, 45 miles a gallon.
$600.00 Phone 83-5326 after
4:30 p.m; N
LIFE INSUIUNO?
can i
JIM RIDGE
- '' '' 'General A?ent
Gibraltar Tile Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama t-OSSX
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packara Shippers r' Mavais
H 'i3Learn Ridini-a- 'i'?,4;
PANAMA RIDIN6 StUWV
i Ridieg JainpJitt Classes daily
1 te ; S p Jfc r- Phone -2-245 1
or by appointment.
Balboa Service Center
BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL APRIL ONLY
I All Oar Best remanents
15.M te 22 JM
Now 13.75
BALBOA 2-25 -l"er
' ll.8. penemiel and then
;. -- w family ealjr. .
NvCcUQTl.
;;'f' aiodei v I
With F 1.2 Lena
at . C'
Panami N. Ierk
Colin
SAN BLAS
EXCURSION
April 14 $17.50 each.
FXDANQUE TRAVEL
SERVICE
i-B" St 7-27 TeL t-1661
' Fasllich Flashes
4
Charles Hini Is a man who
knows what to look for in abili ability
ty ability of tha players.
By the time a boy is 17 or 18,
his speed and throwint power
will be apparent Howerer, hh a a-blllty
blllty a-blllty to hit curre ball, or to
throw a change of pace, may
not. ..
A youn player's arm must be
Judged slowly. Hasty judgment
about beys between 13 and 15
would be like fortune-telling.
You have to know what to look
for and bow to look for it
Teaching will- brine about im im-provement
provement im-provement but teaching players
to keep their eyes straight ahead
and to ran with the proper knee
action may Increase apeed slight slightly,
ly, slightly, but -neither manager, coach
McCarthy Prepares
Bill TotBenefir v
Hungary Refugees
WASHINGTON. AMU (TJF)
Sen. Joseph B, McCarthy (R-WU.)
said today be U preparmg tegisia tegisia-tioa
tioa tegisia-tioa to allow 75,000 more Hun rin rinse
se rinse refugees to ester the United
Stetea.
He slid ia a suteiaen taat ead-
mg toe mugee program wwum
"destroy the last hope ef the peo peoples
ples peoples under Communist dicUtor dicUtor-shins
shins dicUtor-shins that they ria look to the

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Miscellaneous -'
IF YOU LIKE AND KNOW
THE KESTAURANT BUSI BUSINESS
NESS BUSINESS THIS IS YOUR OPPOR OPPORTUNITY
TUNITY OPPORTUNITY TO BUY ONE EXCE EXCE-'
' EXCE-' LLENTLY LOCATED AND
COMPLETELY EQUIPPED.
WRITE TO "NEGOCIO" BOX
134 PANAMA.
FOR SALE: Honey, and
.white cocker pups, no papers.
Call Navy 2362 after? 1600 or
see et 1339-B 15th Naval Dis-
y trirt. . u 1 f,
" FOR' SALE:: 2 used pooF t"
i bles, excellent condition, com-
plate with new clothe pockets,
:r balls, cues end el ether ac accessories.
cessories. accessories. Phone, Panama 3.
4982, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 121 inch Phike
T.V. sat and- revolving teble,
antenna $100.00. 26 inch- girl's
bicycle $10.00. Call Albrook 86 86-5205.
5205. 86-5205. FOR SALE:- 8" circular saw
1-2 P.H.I motor 25 Cy work
bench. Tool closet. Small grin grinder
der grinder with 1-4 P.H. motor; set
Barbells. 0805 Plank St. Ba.
boa; Phone 2-2188.
SPECIAL SALE PRE-IN-V
E NTORY During the month
of April. 4"xl2"xl2" Cleyco
blocks: that leaves our stores
will go et a special discount.
Take this opportunity to stock
up on, the lightest. stronoact
and best blocks for your build-
r repair purposes. tie.
DE PRODUCTOS ARC1LLA, S."
A. Tel, 3-0160.
FOR SALE: New uniforms
for "Coleaio International
Maria Inmaculada." sizo I. Ee Ee-.
. Ee-. sy washing machine automa automatic.
tic. automatic. Iron, chairs. Sy I vania rec record
ord record pleyer, Phone 3-7072.
FOR SALE: Elee. sewing
machine1 $30.00. Metal buffet.
Porcelain kitchen table, and
ether Item. 2-1892,
FOR SALE:- White rabbits,
pure breed. B street No. 19-33
Phono 2-1510. j ';
DB-llOO Hi-Fi Amplifier, '8
mm ma via projector, portable
' Smith-Corena typewriter Call
Panama 1-2109 '4-6 pjn..
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A, DIABLO
OX 121 1, CRISTOBAL. $X,
nor maturity wiU turn a. pW
runner into a speedy one.
Speed is the only talent used
In both offense and defense and
ia, therefore, particularly impor important.
tant. important. Lack of fleetnesa can be
overlooked only in pitchera and,
If other qualities are exception exceptional,
al, exceptional, catchers and first basemen.
Charles Hlnjs not only teaches
but he plays the game too.;
.Y
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7:30
FREE

TONIGHT.
BALBOA STADIUM

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. Dr. MERVJrtOSELL, Wellknown US Evangelist '.
' Director ef Radio-nd."t.V, Program "Ameficari Crusader"

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SACR

e RONNIE AVALCNt; Former Met'OpCTi'Tcnor
LEE CHILD S, Featured oaConteated iloar.'

. NEIL and PAT tMACAULAY. Organ anA Piano Soloists
e DOROTHY STRATH EARN, ''The Ofispel Mj-htingale
. VIOLA ESHLEMAN. Soloist and Program .Producer
English and Spanish All Welcome

la Ossa Ave. No. 41 o FOTO'DQMY Juslo Anosemea Ave. and 33 St. a. FARM ACIA
7 Street a FARMACIA"SAS" 'Via Poixa 111 MOVED ADES ATHIS V Beside

4,','(h -.
! i V; Real-Estate?
FOR-SALE: LOT ON TRANSv
ISTHMIAN 'HIGHWAY 14
MILES FROM CITY 5600 ME METERS
TERS METERS NEXT. TO HIGHWAY.'
ALSO LIGHT, PLANT 15 DC
135 AMPS 4 ALSO 'CHARGES'
BATTERIES'SIX ANl ANl-TWELVE
TWELVE ANl-TWELVE VOLTS. CALL; PA- ;
.NAMA 2-1226."
i A- i. v xjr,
FOR iALE:-ill,000'M2. of,
land on transisthmian'.ih
way opRsite Ch'libre; Call
- Margarita J239.. '
Boats Motors-
FOR SALS': Outboard motor
12 H.P.'Elto.' Excellent condi condition',
tion', condition', $160.00- Phone Ft. Kobbe'
2139. 1
FOR 'SALE:- 8 bo.t'lS play playboy
boy playboy .fiberglessetr 30 HP. Evin-
rude controls tee nee .frailer,
' biberglassed 1350.00, 2' 0625
'Abbptt.,, -Vl

;CXsl'n-iiait)i -tJArm? Caribbean Engineer, con-
gratulates-s Alberto,' Brenes (left), of the Engineer Section at
Coroaal on the,dccaslohof ihe-latter's retirement from j?overn j?overn-,ment
,ment j?overn-,ment service recently., 4,At-tKat time Brenes was presented a
: letter pf appreciation signed ;'.by Brig. Oen. Louis Vi, Hightower.
i-deputv commanding generaii U.$. Army Caribbean The retire retire-n
n retire-n merit 'ceremonies werev held at.Corozal (U.S. Army Photo)

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AGENCIAS

ARfVlACIA LpM--143
Cental Ave.
, u l)i-'
Home Articles
4 "pieces Guatemalan living.,
room set. Mahogany coffee ta-;
. blei floor lamps, Philco r'dio
.with record player 25 and 60 a
,' Cy., book cases 8' g r a en
' blinds, electric clock 25 cy.,y
080 j Plank St.' Balboa Phone
' 2-2188. ', ...
FOR' SALE:; Piano and re-v
cord player, house 112 'ApK'L
Paraiso Tel, 4579.
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SERVICES
TV OWNER: Local service
call .within 3 hours or by. ap ap-.
. ap-. pointment $2.50. Shopwork re-,
' turned the day after receipt of
TV. Save pick up end delive delivery
ry delivery charge by bringing in yeur
table models. Phone 2-4616 U.
S. ..Television. '
'
if
7:30
FREE
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; WANTED: painter,- capable
silkscreen Wol'k regular em employment,
ployment, employment, ; good opportunity for
right man, apply in person to
Panama Plywood Corporation,

LABORERS WANTED: If
you are an experienced boat boat-'
' boat-' builder in ,' both large and
small boats and want a bet better
ter better position with en expanding
organization: please cell Colon
uu-A between ? a.m. end 12
noon.f
Owner of '55 Gray-Blue Sta Station
tion Station Wagan, Aqualung end
underwater gun mistakenly
placed1 in your car.. Picas,
phono Mcllvaine, Panama 3 3-5817,
5817, 3-5817, i r
WANTED
i .!'.- -.Li'- i-.iT,!-- i'-lr''. '., r' e 1 ';"
Salesmen acquainted with
Sporting- good lines and
Fishing Equipment.
Inquire from 4 to 6 p.m.
iiwviicio
No. 47, Central Ave.

QUALITONE HEARING AIDS
.. ,. ...... fe s.y t i .-...w.r,J4j.j,i ,..... .t n t
,- "''
Come, today for a, demostration of the revolutionary
. Hidden- Ear. Batteries and -parts always available.
dr: "urciax Diats CLINIC
- Rochet St. and Tivoll Aye, -;-.'
i' Tel. Z-Z5H

SQSA'S OPTICAL CLINIC 1

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COMMERCIAL ARTISTS ;
Are Invited to -submit ev design for. a billboard,
40x15 FV-for XASA FASTLlCH. Winning Resign
will received 00.00. 1 -l
For further information phone Mrs. Mary 1
McDermott Panama, 2-0894, Wednesday to1 Sat-
urday, 9-11 a.m.

CARNEGIE HALL
V PLAYING
TODAY
, at the

CENTRAL THEATRE:

at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m.

Presented by v
kJr.t
ELLA FITZGERALD
ELLA FITZGERALD No other

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claim accorded to her . and ne other singer so richly desenrea
i the success and plaudits. '''.--
i After 23 years ia show business,. Ella's appeal is greater
I than ever. This year, as she has been so frequently ta the past,
Ella was selected top female vocalist In the Dewn Beat and.
Metronome Magazine annual polls. Her record sales have topped
the 25 million mark. Night clubs and theaters are clamoring
for personal appearances.
I As a further tribute te her greatness, Ella Flttgerald's fellow
artists voted her the "greatest ever" in the femaje singers
i category of the "Musicians' Musicians PoIL" Jasx expert Leonard
Feather conducted his nnlqee poll for his "Encyclopedia Year Year-book
book Year-book f Jan." With 101 of America's finest and most famons
! musicians easting ballots. Ella received almost three times as
! manv votes as the second place winner. ( .'.o :
There's a reason for these triumphs .' V. and that's EQs
herself. She possesses a tender simplicity ef style that sets her
apart from all other vocalists. While Ella sings with "heart," tt
1 is a pure disciplined heart that shapes the great TtUgerald
technique. One writer said that "In Ella Fittgerald there Is a
: basie purity of sound and style; she sings truly and she 'Since
honestly . Ella Fitsgerald is the Hemingway ef singers." Ella
is as perennial and versatile as Pedro Varras and Tona la Nerra.
Ninety minutes of Jail Concert with the Inimitable Ella
Fitigerald the Oscar Peterson Trio, Herb Ellis, Ray Brown and
the greatest Drum f the year Joe Jones all in person today
at the CENTRAL Theatre at 1:90 and tM p.m.

WANTED'S Cook end gene- i
ral-'housekeeper, must be neat.
Apply house 6260. Los Rios.
LEG A:, -NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone i
United Stales District Court Far
The District -of The Canal. Zona 4
Balboa Division ; ;
In the Matter of the Adoption of An

gel Orlando Montano Garcia, a minor
under the aee of 14 Tears: vs.- AneeV;-

Orlando Montano Maldonado. No. 4484
Civil. Citation.

To: Angel Orlando- Montano-' Maldonado
You are hereby required to appear
befdre the United States District' Court
for the District of the Canal Zone, Di Division
vision Division of Balboa, at the Courtroom
thereof, in Ancon, Canal Zone, on the
5th day or June, 1957. at .9 o'clock In
the forenoon of that day, then and
there to. jshow cause,. If anv you have,
why Adelbert Davis should not pro proceed
ceed proceed with the hearing of his petition
for- the adoption of the : above named
minor. ..'
. Witness, i the -i Honorable: Guthrie V.
Crowe, Judce. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 8th diy nf Aorll, 1957.
" v C. T. McCormlek, Jr.
Clerk' of Court
, i Sara de la Pena
) Chief Deoiit. Clerk'

To? Angel Orlando Montano Maldonado
The foregoing citation i served upon
vou .by publication oursuant tiv the or order
der order of the Honorable Guthrie F. Crowe,
Judge. United States District CoUrt for
the District of the Canl Zone, dated
the' 5th dav of April, 1957, and entered
and filed in th's j"tlnn In the office of
the Clerk of the United States TMstrlrt.
Court,. DIvMon of Balboa, on the 5th :
day of April,
. V. T. McCormlek, Jr.
r-: Clerk of ,Co"rt e
f Chief, Deputy. Clerk-

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PETERSON TRIO
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D::dlr$ Brothers
t !:y Face Firing
Sq-J2d For Murders
! TEHERAN", Iran, April 9 (UP)
Pakistan handed over bandit
" lord Dad Shah's two brothers to today
day today to face trial and possibly the

firino aauad tor -KUline inree n

mpripan in Iran.

.. Rut indications- mounted that

Dad Shah himself, the hated lead-

:.- r of gangsterism in Persian Ba Baluchistan,
luchistan, Baluchistan, mav have cheated the

rriitinn hv kllline himself.

f. Maj., Gen. Ali Qoli Golplra. chief

f the Iranian gendarmerie, saw
c It was his personal opinion Dad
Shah may have commitleed sui sui-"
" sui-" etde after running out of food and
, water in the desolate badlands of
. aoMtheast Iran.
. There had been no firm sign of

the wily old gunman since Marcn
24 when his men ambushed Mr.
and Mrs. Kevin Carroll and Brew-

, ater Wilson of the U.S. Point Four

, mission and their two Iranian

''-.drivers.'':--..
i Pakistan security patrols captur-
; ed Dad Shah's two brothers, Ah Ahmed
med Ahmed and Mohammed Shah, and
two other bandits along with their
, women and children last weekend.
'Ahmed confessed he shot Mrs.
Carroll and claimed that Dad
Shah was killed in a battle with

Iranian gendarmerie on April
Pakistani authorities said.

r Rainbow City Civic
Council Completes
Field Day Program
The Rainbow City Civic Coun Council
cil Council announced yesterday plans
have been completed for its gala
' Safely Field Day this coming Sat-
, urday.
1 The program is scheduled to be begin
gin begin at a.m. in the Camp Bierd
. Theater where the featured speak speaker
er speaker will be Lt. Governor H. W.
Schull, Jr.

Following the opening ceremo

nies mere wm De a uumuci vi
safety demonstrations and con con-f
f con-f tests in the Camp Commissary
and surrounding grounds. The pro program
gram program is expected to end about 3
p.m.
Among the contests will be one
testing the skill of industrial dolly
truck dirvers who work the docks,
and a line-throwing contest be between
tween between Locks and Navigation Divi Division
sion Division nersonnel. '.

A Iirsi-aia comest is smtcu f
ween Atlantic and Pacific side
T Civil pefens workers, as well as
between the industrial teams.
Thm Rainbow City Council em-

lShasizesthe public, i invited and
..in there will.be plenty of hot

Hoes, sandwiches and soft drinks

available.
Russia Conducts
Second Nuclear Test
In 3 Days, Says AEC

WASHINGTON, April (UP).

. The Atomic Energy Commission
announced today that Russia con conducted
ducted conducted nuclear weapons test Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, the second in three days.
A briel announcement by AEC
Chairman Lewis L. Strauss did
not say how many weapons were
tested or give their size. It said
only, "The Soviet Union, in con continuance
tinuance continuance of its testing of nuclear
weapons, detonated its latest ex explosion
plosion explosion on April 6."
The commission announced Sat Saturday
urday Saturday that the Russians had

tested an atomic weapon on

April J.

' Today's statement was the 20th
U.S. announcement of Soviet

. atomic explosions since Septem

ber, 1949. Many of the announce announcements
ments announcements have referred to a series
of explosions rather than to in

dividual shots. The Russians are
believed to have fired about 40

ahotr in all.

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I, 3 TEAR PANAMA, R,4 P.. TUESDAY, APRIL 1957 f f. t imCKNII
Dr. 4comS Beafs Murder-For-Profit Rap;

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Jury Takes Only

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, LONDON "April 9 (UP) .Dr. John Bodkin Adams," I the small town doctor' chareed with the murder of a'

. ine xmixy oc-year-oia pnyacian saggea a oit in his seat in the prisoner's dock to 'the middle oflhe fai'1
mous courtroom as the verdict was announced, ending more than seven month of inquiry that began with elderl
ly gossipers whillng away the monotonous hours of retirement in seaside Eastbourne 7

,w.ufcJ.nMvu :-6fu uiiiijshjuu uuer raaoe jut,. Adams'; happiness complete bv announcing
;he, Crown .would not Droceed with a sficnnd frTl(tmint. aAiiirr.Jus i::rr!rvr.l!s M MVrufViuam

at attention bewteen two name with his brilliant conduct'

.

THIS FOUR-MASTED SCHOONER from the Spanish Navy will drop her hook in Balboa to

morrow ana disgorge her crew or 338 mariners. ,:
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338 Spanish Navy Men Arrive Tomorrow;

4-Masfed Schooner Heading For Balb

warders as he had for the tra

dltional command of sentence
"Prisoner at the bar.'; And he

bowed deeply to Justice Sir Pa

trick Devlin staring ; gravely
back at him In white wig and

crimson and golden robes from

the eminence oi tne pencn.
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Dr. Adams lips silently form

ed the words "thank you."

"But' the balding, round round-faced
faced round-faced physician, and TMCA
official was too moved to re remain
main remain standing and he was
given permission to ait down
while the attorney-general
announced 'his decision re re-gardiAg
gardiAg re-gardiAg the case of Mrs. Hul Hul-lett,
lett, Hul-lett, who died of an overdoe
of drugs In her big bouse in
Lastbourne last year.
SIT Reginald, said the Crown

had reached th conclusion that
considering all the circum

stances the public interest did

not reaulre Dr. Adams to un

dergo the iutther ordeal of an
other trial for murder, t ;,;

Then Justice Devlin,1 gestur gesturing
ing gesturing with his ermine-trimmed
sleeve,' said: :;,..!' ,v
f John Bodkin Adams, you are
now discharged.? jt. -,a '. "r

oa

A total of 338 men of the Spa

nish Wavy will arrive in Balboa
tomorrow.
The four-masted training schoon schooner
er schooner Juan Sebastian de Elcano will
arrive tomorrow morning. She
will have 22 officers, 56 midship midshipmen
men midshipmen and 260 enlisted men aboard.
Commanding officer on the
ship is Capt. (de Frigata) Jose
Kainon Gonzalez Lopez. Ofucei-

ln-charge of the midshipmen is

Capl. toe Corbeta) Miguel Kome-

ro y Moreno.

She hat a J,M7 ton displace displacement
ment displacement and is 308 feet overall
Unght. Equipped with an auxi

liary diesel engine, her average

speed it about nine knots. -in
Elcane can cruite 100,000 miles
t "e.onomic tpeed". navigat navigating
ing navigating almost entirely with tails.

i In Tokyo, officials reported that
radioactive rain fell in southern
Japan. They said the radioactiv radioactivity
ity radioactivity was caused by an atomic test
beld somewhere "recenUy."
.The United States has exploded
about T5 nuclear weapons and
plans to start a new series of
tests- at the Nevada proving
grounds next month.

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the.
14 hours ending a.m. today,
,U prepared by tbe Meteorolo-
gical and Hydrograph le
Branch of tbe Panami Canal
.Company:

t Balboa Cristobal

.rCMmUTUBX:
High M 4
w IS 71
ITCMIDITT:
High 84
.lew ; 47 '71
nixb:
ma. aaph) NW-U N-lf
KAM (laches) ,T
VATEM TEMP.:
(hiaer harbors) 75 81
WEDXESDAT. APRIL 18

HIGH

Supply Sgt. Solves

Case Uf Identical
Pin Numbers

Supply sergeants joke about

what they would do if if two me t

The vestal can remain at sea
for oO dayt.

The Elcano has been the training

vessel for almost all tbe officers

presently on active duty with the
Spanish. Navy. She was launched

30 year ago on March 5. She was

completed in 1928. Her first trip

lasted a full year. She has sailed
around the world three times. To
date she has traveled a total of
550,000 miles equal to 27 round-the-world
cruises. The vessel was
modernized recently at Cadiz.
The commanding officer of the

George Fears Named
To New Housekeeper
Post At Gorgas
George W. Fears, who had been
employed by the Service Center

UiViSiod k.iice 18, was transfer

red this week to the Helth Bureau
for duty as executive housekeeper
at Gorgas Hospital.
The position being taken over
by Fears is one of two recently
established for the Health Bureau
to improve tne supervision and In

activities

ship was a cadet aboard" the El

cano ze years ago. He baa pre previously
viously previously commanded sa: suhmarwe,
a coast guard-cutter; a frigate,' an
escort ship and a yacht., He taught
in the 'Spanish Naval schoool of
mechanics, school of Naval. War, I
and Superior- Secretary to the

Spanish Minister of the Navy. He
holds numerous military decora

tions and has written several books.

ino Elcano, it named for Ma Magellan's
gellan's Magellan's second-in-command who
became the firtt circumnaviga circumnavigator
tor circumnavigator of the world (1S26) after Ma.
gollan was killed in a battle

between the Spanish oxploror't
forcet and 3,000 natives in the
Philippine.
The original expedition- left
Spain with live ships and 237 men;
Elcano arrived in Spain after

three years and 42,000 miles with
18 men. Elcano died at sea in the

Pacific during a subsequent expe
dition. ;

oi uie aeiense in tms case,
pointed out that there were 17
lesser charges '. pending against
his client "a series of offenses

under the Cremation Act and
some offences under the Dan Dangerous
gerous Dangerous Drugs Act 1 at East Eastbourne."
bourne." Eastbourne." J
He -asked for Hall so that Dr. Dr.-Adam's,
Adam's, Dr.-Adam's, release today "may be
a real release from' custody
rfter all these months."

The attorney-general said he

had no objection and Justice

uevnn granted ball. ;
With his release today Dr

Since Dee. 19 when T.

, tective-superintendent Herb Herbert
ert Herbert Hannam, "The Count" of
Scotland Yard, arrested him
at his office in Eastbourne
after four months of i one of
the most exhaustive investi investigations
gations investigations in Scotland Yard an annals.
nals. annals. -. r.
This led to the trial: th inn.

est in the history of. storied Old

court

films.

many j)lay and

Chinese Gardener

lob Sick To Appear
Againsl Assailant

Missionary In Red
China Decides To
Sever Church Ties

HONQ KON0, April 9 (UP)
- American missionary Paul A.

At t i :

1- eu.i. k. Ik. ctma nin rrCUUn Ul I1UUCICCU1I1K

..'i w.whr-.lat Goriai and Coco Solo Hospi-

and so fortn 'elieve nurse nJSMackensen, Jr.. who decided to
Well, it finaHv haDDened here' other personnel from such respon-j remain in lied China after be-

and Set. Fritz Wellerawilz. supply

sergeant. Battery. D, 7Mth AAA
Battalion. Flamenco Island, has

the solution.
Both Sp3 John T. Moore of Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. D.C.. and Pfc. Patsy A

Maieilo of Mt. Vernon. N.Y., have

identical pin numbers M-7498,

For a month Wallerawitz was

unaware of the rare situation in

bis unit, lnen he began to realize

that two sets of equipment were

seeminely issued to tne same

man. two sell ot launary went to

the same mam is records were

becoming very confused.
But he coived his problem.
Moore now uses tbe number Ml Ml-7498Mor
7498Mor Ml-7498Mor marking his ciotning and
equipment, and the aupply ser sergeant
geant sergeant sleeps easier at nlg.H.

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VA Shuts Down
Bakeries At All
Hospitals
WASHINGTON." April t (UP)

Tbe Veterans Administration aa-

sibilities. ine released -from a Communist

A native of Ossining, in.y. tears Jail month, said by long1

scrvea wun me u.a. Army iurin)( :ri(fitl,nrp t-i-nhone tcdav that

the last war and came to the h WM j r lnterested in
Isthmus in 1948. He has had con- ft, T.

America.

Lutheran

missionary simply because of

my private plans for the future
and' because at the moment I

Isthmus in 1948. He has had con- . th v
siderable experience in both eli'""' ,h:j?
and service center, has held t h ei11""1 Shurh -to Am!
position of restaurant manager ati 1 resigned as-a

various service centers and has
been manager at both Gam bo a
and Cocoli.

potter

T6 Attend Meeiing

Of PanCanal Board

' Gov. W. E. Potter will leave ear

ly tomorrow morning by plane -for

wasmngton wnere ne wm auena
the auarterlv meeting of the board

of directors of the Panama Canal

Co.' The meeting, win take piace

Saturday.

Also attending the Board meeting
will be Philip L. Steers, Jr. comp comptroller
troller comptroller for the comoany.

Potter will return to the Canal

Zone earlv Sunday morning. Re

turning with him will be Ralph A.
Tudor of San Francisco, newest

member of the board. Tudor,

well-known consulting engineer, is

a memDer oi ine aa ,noc commit
tee which is studying Canal capa
city problems,

The other members of the -ad-

hoc committee. Mai. Gen. JullanJ

V. Schley, former Governor 6f the

Canal Zone, is now on the Ism

mus and will remain here for

meetings of this group next week.
During the Governor's absence,
Col. H. W. Schull, Jr, will act-as
Governor. Stephen V. Nj;Powel

son, deputy comptroller, will act
as comptroller during Steers' ab

sence. ..

1st Marine Officer
Tried For Bruf alify
Enters Guilty Plea

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Frenchmen Pay $10
for Vantage Spots
to See Royal Couple
PARIS. April 'UP. Queen

Ekzaoeui xi and rrlnce rnuip
set out in periec. AprU weamer
today for a tour ot Paris past
Royalty conscious Frenchmen

who paid ud to $10 each for
window vantage points along
their route. I
The royal couple, accompani-

ied bv resident Rene Coty, jeft!

am not Interested In orklng

under the board of the foreien

ni&slon of : the United J u

theran Church In America," he

aid.

Mackensen "saW he.ws "only
Interested In studying more

about China.?

"There are many thlnes thnut

China I do not know yet The
best wny to know a Deon'e Is

to work with the pnle ". he

added. : f

noHocea tooay n u snuiung a own EjyMe palace at 10:39 am.
bakeries at A bospiuU in hnfor.thetr second ceremony -filled
with the administration drive t itr lhtt Included a meeUng
reduce commercial activities of Premier Guy Mollett and
government aence. his cabinet.
. L.t Ml,d .kprM, fco, Cheerint crowds a rain filled
pitals bi Temple, Tex, and Battle1 th, ttreet and waved from win win-Creek,
Creek, win-Creek, Mich., already have bej v,,s on tiDDer floors where

toace was oeing rentea yester

closed. Others at Bath. N. Y

Cemrille, Tex., Mount in Home,
rena and Wad'vorth, Kan., w ll
t -continued as soon as
possible.

lay at IS a head. The biddinr

-ose. truly this mornfnt
hortly before the start of the
tour.

CFN To R'-oadco'ct
Weekend. Reball
Starting Friday, 1
Caribbean Fercee Network
(CFN) Kat aivtwuncad that the
MWm'trm Majer Leegwe exhifei exhifei-tiewt
tiewt exhifei-tiewt (tmet will be breadcatt e e-Vr
Vr e-Vr the weahendr
FrW-y, AawH Hi New Yerk
Yankee rt WathinffteA at 2
a.w. 4 1 i
Saturday, April 1): Breaaryn
rt New Yerk Yank at 1 p.m.
Siadr, awH 14: trktyn vt

New Yerk Yankt at 1

; PARRIS ISLAND, B.C., April 0
(UP) Marine Lt William D.
Conroy, the first leatherneck of officer
ficer officer to be tried here in a series
of brutality court artials,
pleaded guilty today to attack attacking
ing attacking a private.
. Conroy entered his plea before
bis general court martial trial
got started. He threw himself on
tbe mercy of the seven-member,
court martial that could dismiss

him from the service and sena
him to prison for attacking-the
11-year-old private, David Por Porter.
ter. Porter. ."
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Conroy was suspended as of officer
ficer officer In charge of a recruit pla platoon
toon platoon at this huge boot training
camn as a result of charges that

he sluered Porter with his fists.

Conroy. 28. nleaded ruHty to

the second of two specifications
charging him with conduct un unbecoming
becoming unbecoming an officer and a gen

tleman in conection with a Mar.
1J physical attack upon porter, j
. i
Conrov was the first commis

sioned officer ordered to stand
trial in connection with recruit
mistreatment here since an A-

pril 1958 "Death March- led

.toy 8-SgL Mathew McKeovn. ,

Because V a man named Sick:

was still sick in Gorgas Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, the ease against Marga Marga-rlto
rlto Marga-rlto Rodriguez, charged with
assault by 1 means likely to
produce great bodily Injury was
continued until Friday. ,,:.;'
Rodriguez, a 34-year-old Pan
amanian who works at the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Gardens at Corozal alleged allegedly
ly allegedly hit his co-worker Pong Sick
with ai bisr club early Sunday

morning.; a -:-,'
t The complainant is still I In
the hospital where the extent
of his injuries are being deter

mined. It was believed he was
suffering from possible broken

ribs, iAi'-rfJ'-t .i ;
I, Rodriguez, who walked' bare barefooted,
footed, barefooted, into the Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court today,1 was told
that his case was continued un until
til until it could be determined how
badly hurty.slck.1 was, :i:
?t The f defendant was returned

to Jail in default of posting

suu Dan set; in uie case.--,

Analida Serves

Coffee To Solohs
In US Capital ;

WASHINGTON. Aoril 9 YttP

oenorna Anaiiaa Aiiaro of Pana

ma, the Coffee Queen, served cof coffee
fee coffee to members of Congress today

ana men went to tne wnite House.
She presided at a coffee urn in

the Capitol building as Republican
Sen. Homer Capehart helped to
observe Coffee Day by inviting
members of the Senate and House

of ReDresentativeg' to ririnlr the

beverage there., The pretty queen

aressea in- a oiue 'and white polle polle-ra
ra polle-ra with an elaborate beaded head-j

press, smiling posed for photogra'

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rnui utiles yui
Of Faulty Plane

Second Lt. 'John H. Hanson., Jr.,
of Jackson, Mich., a Marine at attack
tack attack bomber pilot, successfully bal

ed out of his aircraft his morning
at 7:50 a.mv approximately s 1 x
miles northwest of Rio Hato, aft after
er after it had developed engine trouble.
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v A helicoDter from the S7onth kr

case uroup at Albrook piloted by
iKt 11.- T)aviri t! ill,. a,mm

patched by CAir C's Rescue Coor Coordination
dination Coordination Center, to bring him to
Albrook where a .Marine aircraft

returned Hanson to Coco Solo. ",

- nanson. assisnea to tne Marine

Attack Squadron 331 temporarily
stationed at Coco Solo Naval Sta Station,
tion, Station, is a member ; of ProvisOnal
Marine Aircraft Grour. erieinallr

from the Marine Air. Station at

Miami, jigr

phers as she poured.

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A board of officers has been an.

pointed to investigate the accident.

JO.

Club

Announces Annual

Award

The Balboa Lions' Club issued

notice today df its annual $500
scholarship award, for which any
graduate of, or a member of the

current graduating class of Balboa

or Cristobal High School, is eligi

ble. Applicants for the scholarship

must also have attended either
high school during the Junior and
senior years. HtvV
- The Balboa lions scholarship

provides a aouo award for tne m-

uent selected unuer the .terms as
outlinea lit the applicaiion, wnicn
uas oeea posted m ootn Balooa
and Crutooai Hign scnools. Tne

aUCCe&ilu OypuCkuk luuat ; 1 afjiee

U enter a United States- college

in September ; of the year tit

schoiarsmp u awaraed. a state

ment ot not more than 3uu words

must be prepared by the appli

cant, suminartsina activities, ac

complishments and objectives of
furtner eaucauon whica the appli applicant
cant applicant oeuve qnauuea nun ior ine
scholarship award. -.
The closing date of the receipt
of applicauous u April iU. Appli Applications
cations Applications should be- mailed to the
cnairmin. Lions Scholarship Com Com-miu.ee,
miu.ee, Com-miu.ee, C4ie m -cuusemor ,taiooa
(or Cristobal) High School.
' Miss Diane-Hannigan of Balboa
High School was the 1956 winner,

of tbe award, and is bow attend attending
ing attending college at Greeley, Colo.'

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President Garcia
Starts Annual -1 j
Two-Week Fast
MANILA" April t (UP) Presi President
dent President Carlos P. Garcia has begun
his annual two-week fast.

-The 60-yar-okl President said.

he would take only water this
week and grape juice next week.
Tbe fast wul end on Easter Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday.
Garcia said he fasted every year
'or "reasons of health" and felt
invigorated after Uit stint. ;

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