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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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

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! State" Department in Washington April 8. I ':'. z';t :
c .A riisnttch-from Washington saM th.Unted. States was -expected to reject the charged It quoted diplomatic

. offictafs as saying.
controversy,) ;
THE PULSE
n HAD u."tha'W a half million
toecurxty ZZZt'jV me
r.rr-.j .i n reoortea toaay
Quoting xWd
paperaadea tnat $1.0
oi : directors m ior tne
-Sniuucuon and a'l0
' ""1.-1 muim were orawn
ia RW, de Janeiro lor a jnoern
Sd li nowveonridering the
itnKtlo and taking ever n
Tma hospital' v
rL':; tinonft Vnnd IsSUS WBS
nnmmred yesterday, b? ; w?f
' Bonds Will o on s-la. April IS
'.It the : rate-of six. per cent. per
4 annum.- They also-wm ,b, -'
emoted ftom income tax rieduc-
' 0 The money from the sale of
V'the bonds will be used for the
;; pavement of roads, theconf.
f .tM,inn. nf rraneioani Street,
the extension of Balboa and Fe-
' derico Bovd Avenues ana
' construction that Is- considered
"'urgent.' r r
' ; Former Panama City Mayor
( v Miguel A. Ordollei last night
stoutly defended the new
house and street numbering
' aystem: which was instituted
I- during his administration and
i said a return to the old sya
r tern would be. like a rebellion
. against sclenea and technical
v progress. '
The, Municipal Council failed
to reach decision during the
seesion at which Ord6fi testl testl-!
! testl-! fled. However, according to La
Hora, several Councilmen are 01
r. pinion that testimony should
1 be heard from representatives
it ef business and government or or--
- or-- nl7atlont.
The tabloid speoulated that
: the council will. Invite tne
hlf of police and the fire
i Tvnartment. the manager of
6st office, representatives- of
- the Fuerea j 0. ana
' other publlo service represen-
tatlves to give their views on
' the new system. L '
Minister of Public Works Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Lopes, rsbrega was re reported
ported reported today as studying the
feaslbllltT of diverting the Juan
Was i river from Its present
'course to save certain sectors
. of the town from periodic floods
4rlng the rainy, season. t I
Man Who Assaulted
CZPc!:cc:::nG:ls
Ons-Ycsr Senfcnce
A ene-yesr penitestiary temenee
was imposed on an urwmploye
PaBaminian. Ralph Robinson
wte was found guilty of assaulting
a arresting officer in La Eoca two
weas afo.
Tb Jefw!nt wb was sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced ia VS. Dirtrict Court at An con
wail a crowded roomful of spec spectators
tators spectators listened to the ease, pteided
kot guilty to tne cnirge f as!
aault by means and force likely to
produce treat bodily injury- on

, police officer.

. The offense eecurred ea Teh. T
after Eobino wt observed try trying
ing trying te peoiie food at the Thatcher
.Ferry rmp. While he w being
apprehended by e Canal Zooe of of--
- of-- tier, ke attacked him.
Fice fwrniiBent wnhnesses took
the stin-1 txts iDornirg. j
Asrt. District Attorney Mfrton
ThnnpMi hj recommended
three jir pea sentence.
a'm

The Soviet Union hat publicly accused the United-

T-..l.!M MvtoA'llu nrnWal tlir,. lHAUmla aI i IaU aImIm iVm' !m m -4 A a aUa.1

the note was propaganda aimea ai emoarrassing me united .states ouruig tne Suez canar

Th; latest Russian blast at
the United -States iquowea oy
several hours a strait oi Mos
cow radio broadcasts aimed at
several European eoun tries
warning: them against allowing;
the United States to set up
atomic or guided missile bases
on tneir sou.
The Soviet note said Panama
Canal authorities had used "dis-
trimlnatoryy measures" againt
the v Soviet freighters Nikolai
Ostrovsky. Ivan Babushkin and
Admiral Senyavin
Jt said U. S. customs officials
and armed Canal guards board board-ed
ed board-ed the; Nicolai Ostrovsky at
Balboa Jan. 3 and (searched jt
from top to bottom twice with
In 24 hours. 1
: Other ships were permitted to
go through the Canal ahead of
the Russian freighter! even
though' its papers were la order,
the note said. i
It said similar measures were
taken against the Ivan Ba
bushkin, and Admiral- Senyavin
this year4T .. .,J,
Pcrdso Rcsiienlsi
Pelilion JL'dse 7; :.
In Forger's Behalf
"A former 'clerk la the Canal's
Water Division who made false
entries requesting pig lead in
the amount of $6,500 over a
period of time, was sentenced
in. the U S. District Court at
Ancon to spend the next two
years, in the Oamboa peniten
tiary.
In addition, the defendant,
Alfredo J. Miller, a Panaman
ian, found guilty of 1 counts
of forgery, was given a sus suspended
pended suspended sentence for a five-year
period conditioned on his good
behavior.
An unusual note to the
case was added by the sub-';
mission to .the Judge of a
petition slcned by 131 people
asking for leniency on Mil
ler's behalf. Many of the peti petitioners
tioners petitioners were formerly resl-y
dents of Red Tank, and are
bow livin in Paraiso. v !.
This is the first time In the
memory of court officials that
such a petition was received.
Two ministers also took tne
stand v for Miller- expressing
their personal Interest In the
defendant, and vouching for his
good character. The petition
oointed out that Miller had
been an exemplary member of
the community, and had de
voted much of his free time
to teaching young people athle
tics. .. c.
Judstt Crowe told the defend
ant: .-" - :
I km pleased that your
friends came forward, and -1
will certainly take Into account
the fact that you have a good
record of loyaltv and service.
The Judge said he was plac
ing the. petition on file with
Miller's record so that it may
be readilv referred ,to whenever
the occasion arises.

Circus Sans Big -Top? Train;

By DOC QUIGG
NEW YORK (UP) How does
the circus the big one, that fold
ed-its tent in the middle of last
season come back this year and
schedule a full coast-to-coast sea
son without a train, without a
cookhouse, without (of all things)
a big top? i
It takes some doing, and some
change of routine, but the straw
bosses seem to think tnat from

a,the wiy things have been working

since the opening here last week.
the new way of life is going to be
all right. -
"Its amaxlng now many places
have auditoriums bie enoueh to:
bold a show like this." said a cir circus
cus circus spokesman, gazing at the
pl?Vrweb of rtngsnie rigging in
Madmon Square Garden. "But
there's one trouble with appearins
buildings few of them have
room for a mecsserie in edition!

The note said this, was a

"flagrant violation of the prin
ciples of complete equality In
me use oi canais oi miemaiion
ai Importance to all countries.
; "The embassy expects thatj'
corresponding autnoriuee or tne
United States will take steps
to prevent a repetition Of such
acts In the future, it said.
f "Ther Embassy of the Union
of Soviet Socialist Republic pre
sents Its Compliments to tr
State Department of the United.
States of America and has the
honor, to inform it of the fol-
lowlngl f
"On Jan. 2, 1957, when the
Soviet motor vessel "Nicole
Ostrovsky" arrived at the Toads
Of the port of Balboa at the
entrance to the Panama Canal
she was boarded by American
customs officials and 18 armed
guards of the canal. t t-"All
"All t-"All llvlna- and service ouar-
tr -were r.arefullv Inspected ln-
nindin ; nrsonai Belongings
crew and all technical qu!i
ment'ftnd euarters.pnotograpn
'i.splte fact that the ship
hadr all th.e; necessary docu documents
ments documents for' sailing through the
Panama". Canal, -representatives
of .the Canal administration car carried
ried carried out a carefuJ survey of Its
ouarters and checked all papers
relative to its equipment.- s
"inrwt.i-fw- nf the shin start
ed at-11 ,m. and ended 'at 6
ojn. A reoresentative or tne t t-nl
nl t-nl administration declared
that the Nicolai Ostrovsky could
not, be accepted for navigation
through-the Canal until Jan. 3
-f I am .shurmi ahiOSrOf all
.'tat nd through the
Canal .without delay.
4 OMtMtr VU B1U11K'
.i- i-u- atf veiuel durlnK its
entire Stayan ne ruu
port of Balboa.
merctrom the V",;11
boarded the vessel again. The
guards Installed a .telephone
n h. ThrMffe. to the en-
llilc .t,vm www -- .
gine room and piacea ku"-
'nitreipsji rahin and bridge.
"A police cutter followed the
vessels as It passea tnrouKii
Canal Members of ttt Soviet
crew who were Off duty were
forbidden .remain; on the upper
dShrillar discriminatory meas measures
ures measures were adopted by American
authorities wiyi ""fc:l,v4
Soviet vessels, Ivan, Babushkin
and Admiral senyavin when
they passed through the Pan-,
ansa Canal.-
-The Embassy herewith pro-t-.f.
the state Department
against the above discrimina discriminatory
tory discriminatory actions -of the American
authorities with regaM to the
ci.t MeTk Nicolai Ostrovsky,
Ivan- Babushkin. and Admiral
Senvavln.
"These acuons are a riagrani
violation of the principle or
complete equality in the use of
Canals' of international impor
tance to all countries proclaim-
ed In -the treaty on the Pan Panama
ama Panama Cnal of Nov. 18, 1601, and
confirmed by usage.
to the show. We'H have the men
agerie' here and in Boston, sad
then continue wunoux iu .
, Opn-Alr Shews. :
"We Play Boston. Providence,
RX, .and Hershey, Pa., in build buildings.
ings. buildings. Then we got under the blue
sky, in a oau para or siaruum, in
Norfolk: We o back te buildings
ia Charlotte. Raleigh, Winston-
Salem, then intovseveral opea-eir
dates."
The elephants of the Ringlilng
Bros, and Barnum ft Bailey show
will lumber into the Cow Palace
ef San Prancisce a Ele mere
than a year after the Republican
vention.
What do they do in case of ram
when appearing in- a stadiume' is
tue rain cneca were wpin
our fingers crossed and we think
we've scheduled our outdoor ap

States f 1 harassing Rutsian

b'on" in a note to the f. 4 1 i ; s;
;!t quoted .diplomatic J, f X f j
Ing the Suez Canal 'J 2 J O V I

Panama Canal
Tale Gets Big
In Russia
MOSCOW. Aprfl 10 (UPV-A11 So
viet papers today gave prominent
place to the Soviet protest charg charging
ing charging the United States with discri
mination against Soviet shipping
in me jranama csnau : f
Cferginf rude police interference
with the passase of three Soviet
ships in recent weeks, the Soviet
note saia;
"This constituted i mi vloli
tlon of full equality In the use of
the Canal which is of internation international
al international importance for all countries at
provided in .the. Panama Canal
trefy;of 1901," ;
Other Soviet comment was not
Immediately available. But obser observers
vers observers recalled that, then the Sues
Canal crisis broke out, the Soviet'
press published prominently state statements
ments statements from the Panamanian 'ress
demanding more equitable terms
for Panama. 1 -,
There were vague reports then
that Panama wanted to. national nationalize
ize nationalize the canal, j. r t
Should such a movement devel develop
op develop in Panama, it it likely- to re re-reive
reive re-reive full Soviet aunnort. : t iri,
, Meanwhile some foreign ob
servers said that the Soviet note
to Washington might foreshadow a
Soviet champaign advocating, that
the Panama Canal be given the
same status as' Sues which the
Russians argue is the sovereign
property of Egypt. -f
Gerald A. Doyle Jr.
Succeeds Paul Colby
As Chlof Architect
The appointment of Gerald
A, Doyle, Jr; as Chief of the
Architectural Branch of the
Engineering Division, has been
with the Canal organization
since 1948. He holds degrees In
architecture from Western Re Reserve
serve Reserve University In Cleveland
lnd from Harvard University
and also studied at LTcoe Ame Ame-rlcalne
rlcalne Ame-rlcalne des "Beaux Arts In Pals.
Mr. Doye served In the Army
during World War n and holds
a commission In the navy Re Reserve.
serve. Reserve. '.
His outside activities include
work with the Boy Scouts. He
la an amateur archaeooglst, and
Secretary-Member of the Canal
Zone Board of Registration for
Architects an Professional En En-gineers.
gineers. En-gineers. -f. C

Play

Cookhouse Starts New Era

pearances when the dry season is
oa in those sections," one of the
bosses said. ;
There's no dirt or iS wdiist for
flooring this yesr. Many of the
auditoriums objected to such
thincs being dumped en their
floors so the circus developed a
special formula. You watca uem
nut down the ring floors and you
see first a layer of black felt pa paper
per paper (which- keeps the whole thing
from studding), men a ouuamg ouuamg-board
board ouuamg-board layer, then a bear- rubber
mattinf. Mattinc alone is used en
the runway that circles the ting
ares. . ..
' PsfTHIkea 5!i
The circus' own' sriai train

cars will go as far as Boston, theejeod will testify that the perforra perforra-return
return perforra-return to winter ouarters at Sara- er are getting a break to be nd
Fla. 'of it. There's e heat, no hot

Tbe perlormtri s!iries have

t3 V-, il

, OFFLOADING LOADED CREWMA. ."Oh. he Jusfc hadf too
much to drlnk,"was the comment of several buddies of this
British crewman, one of 30 who were rescued early this mom
ing after they spent 40 minutes in lifeboats while their shipV
the Hop Range burned off Tabogullla island.. The hospitality
of the Spanish training ship was "Just wonderful? the rescued
i J crewmen all agreed,

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fighting tugs.

Coffee Queen Analida Stars At Pan American Union,
Lalm Ambassador Gives Mamie China Demitasse Set

' WASHINGTON, April 10 (UPV-
The -Pan American coffee queen,
18-year-old Analida Allan of Pa Pa-namsr
namsr Pa-namsr officiaUy made yesterday
"Coffee Day" through the Ameri Americas
cas Americas bv a proclamation at the Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American Union last evening. ,
The' voung and beautiful ambas
sador from Latin America, who
early yesterday had presented
Mrs. Eisenhower a bone china
demitasse set at the White House,
was honored at a reception held
t thr Pan American Union. &he
told the luesU, who represented
the diplomstic corps, private Indus
try and. the. government, that on
behalf of the 14 coffee-producing
countries of Latin America, she
thanked them for their cooperation
been adjusted so that they pay
their own hotel duis, ana eai any anywhere
where anywhere -they' want." a spokesmen
said. Thia Includes the roust roustabouts.
abouts. roustabouts. The performers will travel
snv way they want trains, buses.
their own ears. The tiger trainer
hat boucht-a bus and converted
it inside into living quarters for
his family-
"The circus is moving the ward wardrobe,
robe, wardrobe, the rigging, and props with
in own fleet of trucks."
In the absence of tent poles, the
circus Ms invented aa aluminum
pyion series of supports to hold
aerial gridirons over the rings, to
rig Ui firing act, and ether ap
paratus.
Ti -ew respondent once rode
the circus trsis up from Florida
waUr, and they're raeked lo

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,aK(aa unnA Wanna ijrrniinrlerf tsv Kaw and Canal fire

in making Pas Americsn week a
success, j .;
The week of April -14 has been
officially, proclaimed as Psn A A-mericsn
mericsn A-mericsn week by President Eisen Eisen-hnwer
hnwer Eisen-hnwer in the United States. Ii is
also being celebrated throughout
the Americas.
Miss Alfaro, who- was chosen
ni-tivn wr ttsit TO TBI
tnok- nar at the Ulraflores

v -: 4 trlr- Mv -'
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w-mA tt.rmm tMir la.der Jnteroreter. of i.he Lock Security

force, aa he escorted her across the lock chamber for erisit
to .the control tower. Misa ritegerald and her party left by

dint earlv this mornine

' fit
33-Maii i
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Abandons Ship

Soybean Cargo I
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A fire which has been raging since 2 JO this rnorn-'
ing a boar cf the Hope Range, a British freighter carrying
a highly flammable cargo of soy beans, was still not'un?
der, control at noon despite the combined resources of

v.anarana iavy rirengnreri wno are ( wording qiqngsiaa
the ship which is now just off Taboguillq-Island; seven

miles south of Taboga Light,.

Thirty of the 33 British Crew members are safe,
Balboa afterhaving spent 40 minutes in rough seas aboarcr

two life boats' before, they
ship, the Spanish training
rcicano which Drought the men
Rrlt.tsh klnDer '-of the 6171
gross ton ship, Capt. W. Sin
clair, his chief, steward ana
third -mate stayed on board the
ship until the Panama. Canal
tug Oatun came alongside ana
took them off. Tne uaiun w
" -I1
s,
1
,. m.mnnd
Pan American coffee oueen earH
er this year, ia en a goodwill tour
of the United States and Canada.
At the reception last evening,
which was livened bv a Mariachi
band that played Latin American I
tunes while the guests joined
.;.ns.a .A.i.matinn h Feman
do Lobo. chairman of the Organi
ration of American States, was
read.
CANAL IOVT, Ella Fitzgerald
Locks. She la ahown above wiUi
for Ut L W-ta toiavea.

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5"

. - 17,

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were picked up by a passing
schooner Juan Sebastian di
in to uock 14 at ia:.
pumping"-foam Into the ship,
this, morning while three ,Navy
fire tugs were fighting to tee
the fire under control, .jv-a i i-Waterfront
Waterfront i-Waterfront sources today te
called that just three years ago
another ship, the Llsholt, also
carrying- a cargo W soy beans
exploded In Balboa, killing a
Panama. Canal ehemlst And
four others,' and seriously burn y
lng Is wm-kmen,. ( -i
rirefighters on the scenewere

" Jl it .t,,,""t'T, tow it T- Hi f r,.
' f'V,Vait,;-;flge-v,lien. r..

lixf broke-out around a.m.
' At noon, the Balboa Port;, i
Captain waa notified -that, the j
fire en the 430 ft.' long 'ship 'j
was not under control, and and-there
there and-there were Indication that It
was spreading te the earge?.
holds. 1 ' r
The British freighter -had
completed her 'southbound Ca
nal transit shortly after mid-i
night. She was en route to Ja-
pan from Baton Rouge.
The Spanish training ship
was en route to Balboa from -San
Diego, Calif.,' when she
spotted signals from the two two-lifeboats
lifeboats two-lifeboats holding" 30 surviving
crewmen. The Xlcano sent word
of the burning ship to Balboa,.
authorities. -Crewmen
who arrived! h Bal Balboa
boa Balboa this morning said that the
fire broke out suddenly. They
recalled that the ship was
thrown Into sudden darkness.
and all men were' notified -tav

abandon ship. , "rr-

iney jumpee: rate the tw
lifeboat s, and spent 41 mln-
te in choppy seas befor i" ?
their alrnals reached the ;
passing Elcane. They sail to
day that they had no time to, -rescue
any -of their oeraonaJ
belongings. :
Many ame off the tacino
wearing only slippers and
shorts. They were all In gor 7"

cowution, and were -extreme v
Fu'ul, 'or ,"wonderj;u;
hospitality" afforded, them An
ospltality" afforded them An
the Spanish ship.
Just before leaving, each one
was given little green souvenir
banners bearing the name "El "El-cano"
cano" "El-cano" for a momento of their
rescue. . .
Army Jobs.C01II.13r
$150,844 Awarded ;
To RP Con!recl:r$
The Engineer. U.S. Army Carib Carib-bean,
bean, Carib-bean, awarded contracts totaling
J1J0.M4 1 local contractors during
the latter part of March. -.
E. O. Hauke Construction Com-,
pany was awarded aa $87,614 con
tract to rehabilitate building No. 1
at Fort Amador.
A $4,000 contract went to Th Th-miaa
miaa Th-miaa Constructors t rehabilitje"
the roof of building No. 39 at Tort
Clayton. ,.
The Steward Electric Comnary'
received a contract for $32,620 tv
install ahtminnm jalousies a a i
screening ia all opening ef bui.i1
ings No. 909 through 319 ia Curuci j
HeighU.
A $5,080 eontract waa awards
te Tropical Paint Companv te r
finish the floors in various buili.
imgs at Fort Amador.
H. L Horn a Company was
warded a $20,Tlt contract te in install
stall install aa acoustical tile ceiliog 1 J
the commissary aalet ream ft
bedding No. 210 at Cordial a- i
te repair the acoustical tile ce:'..r
in the Fort Kobbe post theater. .
All work will be accoa:;..ihf .'
, this year. -



r AG TWO

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WEDNESDAY. APRIL .10, 1957

THE PANAMA AMERICAN

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if-. "The Mill Box H an opts forum for reader of Th Panama' American.
Letter srs received gratefully and are bandied In a wholly confidential
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THE MAIL BOX

Labor News
And
Comment ;

By VICTOR RIESEL

ATLANTIC CITY! On fti.c.

Doaras nave walked the great ac
tors of labor. speaking -line it

power plays which have reshaped

me msiory 01 our tana, neii the
CIO was born in a melodramatic
speech by a man -who helneri

make Shakespeare. That was

J ona L. Lewis. t

Sir:

GOOD MAIDS AND BAD

I want to take a minute from a Busy morning to say a iew

, Vords to the I. M. Dunnes (wno are leaving at tne ena 01 mis

month goody, goody for them!) ana tneir ina,

m, 1 inr Mririi "minne" was ureitv nasiv aoout tne jlx

-Vftnion rVin rttnitt.Brt h was homesick, in a lot of wbys, for

hia old life in the Zone, but apparently nfne out of 10 ex ex-Zonites
Zonites ex-Zonites feel about the same way, after they've been gone a
while, and I wouldn't be afraid to bet the Dunnes wM have
ibme sneaky feelings along the same line before too long, al-
' J! Dunne', re-

or me u.o. vunciy,

Today, John L. sits alone else

where by the eea. baskine in the

iionda sup. Today the great lines

Are hitinff snnlron : Ktf nnn V.a

y worked unknown in a fool and die

snop wnen Lewis was the nero.

Today the front of the stage be

longs to Walter Philip Retuther,

stiu tne red-nairea one but now

no longer the lad, for he is soon

to be 50. He is here as the lead

er of 1,400,000 auto workers in

giant union with assets of almost
$40,00,. In many circles across

the world he is the symbol of A-

merican labor. For he has become
the personification of the 'Ameri

can labor movement as it con

trasts with Dave Beck's American

"laDor Business. ;

the

tmairYs. such as

i.ji .... .itim o tVio p-rnpnift

Damper muigeuuuo tnu.." r--t- r
M? 5 Mnni nrrBt.i wan a remark made in

fSuZtdbwn here, about the

S5dTc fa tog his chllton'to maids: "I wouldn't trust my
fatto onVoftiiem; if they aren'tjettlng the children fall out

4M ti orA nf a native mam. vw

"l ..nonh in t.h States?

Baa he any OTwifncc wM. -i r.vwhere-else. there

Apparently

Snt M different down here. Like anywnere ,--.

f aU kinds, good, bad and indiriereni. ana tacrc -u
52 iSrS 20 Tearfdown here. I can say I've probab
&jh!A&wh from our days to
Sor wen jew' " f th h been g00d. Mostly,

f" yeA": "'Vrimnlover. what kind of service he.ts.

SBome of these women I hear talking

ewonldn't work for at any

salary! In

about their

this world, I

maids, I

find you

-n?'-Vanan con Dies" with my
' SSBtf nefd'it. wherever they're going.

Messing. Tneyou prouuiy uu ... -- pUy

"-.'.:'fV. B.H.S.'s FINEST

If: . tft .everal letters which have

3 TIU is wrnicn ui lT,"lt nar several weeks concern concern-fPPedin,this
fPPedin,this concern-fPPedin,this column JJZ tW

bt the Canal Zone have to endure

aoloiers d.own here ., .Hnn. th. more "advanced"

LOne letter irom "nf th-"7DoK Faces" as good and
havlour and lower moralsol the dor : ac j any

Sufficient reasons for nww-y UK ien-azers and

ionUct with pem. itThiV should be done to pr

i I

"'several times recently, the nnm. tcks
tt thsT olddegenerate soldiers feeaRWho
.f Hng BHSers the earlv mo g

would be properly apprec,

tender mnocentt tVJifia BHS's
w.rnr nawn's early light. A jCOTpie ox K thT auar.

ester. taken into education

ena, ma uy

djutslde the classroom. vnowtne: that In a couple

refuse to nave ru":; ihnnrh as I'm aimosi hi

them."

Short Timer

r:

I am wrltln? In reply to

WHICH FORCES NFTWORKT

Just Purist's" arUcle puonsnea

the Mall Box column p n0t pr0nounce Caribbean cor cor-S
S cor-S Your beef Is people wno,.a. "r. J f,m(, rttLA the second
mlne people j,ho don ggiVS Ts'o indent that they
rXth. SiSSSS have since oeen uj)Pl. uj)Pl.-SSsS
SSsS uj)Pl.-SSsS is more readily used

, -cartPBEan w "have never traveled to these
JT0, ? rrablal 1? Employed more frequently In Its
SulS? SSmwSm Is thus locauy accepted as

iocaUtTand People alien to that region.

i

COMMT MARKUPS

lr: . vt. ..in.a nf inmnletelv unethical, if not

the

at a

anriuient. business nsacUce as carried on by tne ran

"

f "SS'JS in from a box of Kleenex, was originally

oon nee. Increased to 20c. Now how does

i-xi.(m, i,,tr thie mark-nD? Stock purchased

ilri wholesale orice. and having a set retail price, should not

wl .v. nn a n. Bhinmnt could nosslblv warrant such a

. vjrice Increase IT It costs more at the wholesalers. . It seems to
1 at that their Is no basis for the raising of prices in the

Commys.

tfld saying "Caveat emptor.
- T 4ee4 1bm 4n fVtlnn fjvfeaf T Mao tine vKa msat

w JUaVb 1VU11U VlAv vujvu w A vell VUJ WlfS VABV
ekme Kleenex for 18c. How cum?
' Wit m

A a irinuuu AU OUT

, i ex Armenian ug peddler )

v.. rtom Dammascus yet!

.!

1

sa

should hcv snt H by Pan Amtcart

PoftceiwftTStrMt ft. 5rrC 3-O670 CoUi Sole tUg tC 1097

i-tiM-m

tjLthO-PAAOa.

This symbolUm ha iHled sn

Reuther'- slander frame because

he ls a olanner not only of s

new (ocial order but of his own

life. Little ft improvised. Ns de detail
tail detail rushes by him to ambarra
him latsr. He has worked 41
hour on 2,000 word report
which other union leaders would
have h. d written for them by li literary
terary literary "ghort." rf ;

He has in his private files, for

example, a cancelled check for

$8.50 which he once dispatched to

an aide who picked up wholesale

a batch of colored beads for Mrs.

Reuther when she needed them

for a Girl Scout troop she super

vises. The aide said forget it. Tne

check came nonetheless out of

Reuther's personal funds. :- So it

was. with the "left-handed refn

gerator" which the, Reuthers may

have, gotten wnoiesaier ,

His dedication to the cause of

labor has led to a disdain for huge
personal funds. Today be earns

$18,000 a year, the lowest salary

amonu officials of the giant u

nions. He will get a raise here at

the 16th Constitutional Convention
to $22,500. But he could have
had $50,000. His discomfort, in opu

lent luxury nas kept nira ana, nis
union away from the Miami
Beach gold eoast. And wnen he has

had to fly down there, Reuther

flew coaca and paid a $25-a-day

rate for a room where Teamsters'

officials, for example, shell out $122

per diem tor siiK-orapea oouaou-s

So Walter Reuther' opponent'
and they are legion will

i) 'i k v1 V j ' f 1 Brink- : v

i''-r. '

B A i
,l(NA Serrfc I.C. 1
Walter Wincliell I n New York

rejits.'

To attempt to link him to some

racket Only diverts and confuses
the fight on corruption.

Only a handful oi neutner s op opponents
ponents opponents have joined in this recent
assault on him. Scores of other

forces are awaiting bis newest

pronouncements. And these wiu

come as startling and as herald heralded
ed heralded as each move since he march

ed into Michigan to lead a band oi
sit-down strikers.
What is it Reuther wants now?
Only the other day pe told a Mich

igan State- College group that by

1975 most industry wui dc on

four-dav week, but that the "Unit

ed Auto Workers will get it long

before that."

He wants "drastic" increases In

unemployment relief. He wants the

Social Security Act changed to
provde for earlier retirement of

workers pernaps ai ne age oi oo

some day. He wants a law which
would have- the government pay
workers for moving and finding

new Jobs if they are replaced by

marmne in ueir Dome wwoi.i

Ha wants no lonc-term contracts

with emoloyers so that each two

years the changing circumstances

can net oean wim ana cvmpanj

profits from automation can be
shared more ; nd more by the

workers;

nf course, these must be scant

iiv shetched here at an impret-

ainn nf Reuther's reaction to what

hn -calls the "second industrial

revolution" the rise of automa

tion in our factories. -?.

But in bread outline these are
the objective he win fight tor.
Add only as intanew. drive for
Mlitlcel power fn .the bond of
labor Holf. Ho end hi col colleague
league colleague and hi union wilt bo
tough opponents. They. ore skill,
od in the fine art o public ro rotations
tations rotations end know that H costs
rr.-ney. ( ;-;'

Last year the UAW spent some

$3,000,000 on politics, eauciuon,
radio and TV On the strike front,
f tecord shows the unleashing
of over $21,000. in two years,
lu the strike fund, today there is
mam than $23.00.000 and this eon-

will vote to raise this.

mount. ""
TkM. hoard, here by the sea,

have been trod by many labor gi giants,
ants, giants, but none with snore drama drama-tie
tie drama-tie words nor more soaring imagi-

Biun.

r60-RtiO

Llmm

y ORIW PIARSOM

THE BROADWAY. x
HOLLYWOOD LINE
Faces Out Front: Anna Majma-

ni (of the Oscar elite) studying

the Beverly ttuis Hotel pool popu

lation from a distant chair in the
rear. So "out-of-the-plcture" the

Wide-Wide-World teevee editors

didn't know she 'was among them

Ernie Kov-cs (parted from

his wife Edie Adams for the first

time in 8 years) checking his

watch with Broadway time to get

her on the backstage phone -of

"Li'I Abner": at intermission .

Jeanne Crain and husband Paul

Brinkman swapping nods with Lol-

Jf arsons of the LoUywood press
MGM and 20th Century Fox

execs giving considerable atten attention
tion attention (in person) to Eurooean ac

tress Maria Schnell. A refresh

mg face (in the, Grace Kelly

Beue Schnell was imported by

the; Academy Award people "just
to see how we do it in Holly Hollywood".
wood". Hollywood". .Kay Kendall, whose pag paged
ed paged name over the poolside micro microphones
phones microphones turns every neck. ; v

...Sallies In Our Alley: Gene Sher

man relayed the quip-of-the-week.

A pair of musicians rehearsing for

Memo of a Mldnlghter "The

Day Christ' Died'! has netted au

uior Jim isisnop? jpiau.ooo from
sales to McCall's, the films, etc.
It will be a Literary Guild selec selection.
tion. selection. .Joel Grey and Meg Myles
Wave") are playing their best

scenes away from the studio. '.
Wall Streeter F. Cranston's pain

ed expression comes from sudden suddenly
ly suddenly parting iirom Ruth Gaines. She
quit dance .utoring; at Arthur

Murray's for a role at Warner's

. .Vera Miles has been on sala

ry at $1,000 a week since mid-November
just waiting to do Hitch Hitchcock's
cock's Hitchcock's next film, which she won't
be abler' to do. now that she is

preggy. .Gloria Grahame s real
heart is a Parisian,' whom, she ex expects
pects expects soorf; ,. Movie, star Ernest
Borgnine once was chauffeur for
Mrs. Jack P.alancer Wben she was
Virginia Baker and toured ? with

VStreet -Carf j n;Alfonso F-i et b,

son of the 2nd richest family in
Spain, will do t "Prince Rainier"
and come here for j a bride. His

intentions are honorable and his

lnnt-umrth It.' tv ? '..)

Sidestraet Short $toryi Newspa

per feature editors are recom

mended to this study of a man.

the Spike Jones teevee show took! One of the staff of a mid town sip-

PLlTTUU I-17SJ

It' unbelievable

ugly rumor get ttorted in beauty

shoo. '

five and drifted over the water

cooler. A bystander Overheard a
snatch of their chatter. "Where's
Eddie?" one queried. ."Playin

funeral." said the other.

Yeah?", yeah'd the first. "Who

let go?". :Mac Benoff teUs a-

bout the nagging wife, who went
for a 'drive with her ever-lovin'
and got a ticket for talking 50

miles an hour 'in a 25-mile sone.

Midtowrt Vignette: Theater own-1

er and sportsman Ben Marden is
also landlord of loi West 55th
Street, an aprtment bldg. peopled
by show folks and others. . The
doorman, who worked there for
about 20 years, had a heart attack
and Mr. Marden told the ill and
worried man to take things easy!
ind show up whenever he felt like
it. .The doorman recently died
and left his fife savings ($30,000)
to the multi-millionaire.

and-sup spot is a Hungarian Ba

ron. He holds doctorates in law,

politics and economics from the
Univ. of Budapest, i .His full ti

tle: Baron Ladislao de Torok. :

He fought the Reds and was dec

orated twice.-He fled his home

land when' the Russians took over

. .His father was a Senator.

The Baron also was honored with

a citation by the Vatican: Grande

Ufficiale Al Merito. .This intel

lectual and distinguished warrior
is one of the bartenders at the
Monsignore. h.
Broadway Owl; Lloyd Shearer

parented tne 1 touching interview
(we mentioned the other-day) in
which Jngrid's daughter Pia de debunked
bunked debunked the nonsense that she
didn't love her mother." The : best
essay In Parade. V .Bob Mope
says he prefers Sunday nights for
his program because "people who

have been to church are in a for

giving mood". .The background

music for "Heaven Knows, Mr,

Allison I" is "Don't Sit Under the

Apple Tree.',' It was written by
Lew Brown, Chas. : Tobias a n d
Sammv r Stoat. Th

make ; millions. They, got $1,000

eacn. ; .rrancoise saxan, the ve very
ry very young author of best sellers,
made a fortune in royalties. She

rejected a movie firm's offer of
$;sb,000. They merely s wanted to

get an advance peek at her' lat

est book. "No," she said. "'$25.

000 is not moneyl". "My Fair

Lady," tne album, now- is. sold in
Israel at $14 per copy. . Jdd
Sqund-A : Likes: "Rag Mop" and

want xou jq at My Baby."

WASHINGTON Big question question-mark
mark question-mark in the minds of Senators, as

newiy elected Kaiph Yarborough
of Texas, arrives to .take the oath

or oitice, is whether he will be

cume part oi tne Lyndon Johnson

team. ,

Yarborough is the man who
gives the tall and charming Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon that continued crucial one-vote
margin by which he can go" on

oreatning as Senate majority lead

er. uut tne big question in : the

minas oi lexans and Senators is:
Will Lyndon control that one
vote?
- Lyndon has (kept very hush,
hush how he voted In the Texas
election. But I not hush-hush
that he didn't rio a finger to
help elect the man who gave
him that one-vote margin.
Some,, signs, furthermnra nntnf

to the probability that he support supported
ed supported Yarborough's chief rival, Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Congressman Martin, Dies.
For, .down at Laredo, where May Mayor
or Mayor j,jE. Martin, Jr., Is the chief

remaining :iexas ooss,- Martin's
machine announced for Dies. Mar-

un maxes lew .moves political politically
ly politically without checking with Lyndon.
Aside from this. Yarhornnph h.

had Lyndon's effective opposition
for some time in Texas; And few

men can oe more effective than
the astute majority leader Of the

senate. 1

When Yarborough was running
for Governor of Texas last vear a-

gainst Senator Price Daniel, Lyn-

uon maneuverea anneal, with Clyde

cum, neaa oi tne Hural Klprtrifi.

cation Co-ons and valiant hattipr

for public power, Pnce Daniel
would vote for the Niagara power

pin in the. Senate, he promised, if

me it&A men in Texas would aim.

. T"x 1

yun vamei lor uovernor.

sure enough, Daniel voted for
the Niagara; power bill, and the
REA boys in Texas plugged for

uamei. uaniei finally nosed nut

Yarborough .by scant 8547 votes,
and that margin might havelbeen

tne result oi hea activity;

ine new Senator from Titu

knows this. So he own nv rtoht tn

ms ieuow senator, Lyndon John.

ion,..' ,-

Yarborouch'S A4,:

N l KNIFE-SCARS

And ost of the Texas will also be
watching to see whether .jt has
two Senators or just one.

' Now York Novolotj S i a n Icy
f laLl .

atmm w-i an -.sner at tne rara.
mount.-After his discharge fconl
the Armed pjfco ho got a lob as

broker in a realty firm.- Hi first
sale netted him- a $10,000 commis commission.
sion. commission. The client made over SI 100.-

uuu in 1.4 resale Stahl decided

the wic. -.t thing would be to in invest
vest invest L! property. He persuaded
his pater, retired real estater.

to no nis farmer. .The Stahl
are the new owner of The Hol Hol-lingor
lingor Hol-lingor Theater which hdute "M'
Fair Lady." They paid over 3 mil
lion for, it.. Max Reibelsen, the
broker arranged it after mention mention-ing
ing mention-ing to young Stahl that he. wa
having trouble completing the doe I
with City Investing. "Thev av

the : contract is too complicated"

. ."I will buy tho property,"

sera areni. ana make it a vervl

simpie agroomonr-, .lhat did

It . Stahl is 32...The only vie

t mof the deal i Leo Lindy, the
restaurateur. .Ho now must pay

xwice tne. rent isis.wgi plus a

percentage of tho buv.ness to the

ex-uhr.

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"Z:. GROWliyTt' much-reproduced flag-rab-"
inf scene at Iwo Jiroa during World War U It mrodued hT
This time it's tn tallow, a toluU to thinS SfJi?
g.C Paul VtuiT
gjc ptur. will b. ued in th. CuA

Times Sauara Circle; VI.U,

Borge, accordinc to the' nanprB

lost his $140,000 salary at the New
Frontier (Vegas) dice tables. Ho Hokum.
kum. Hokum. The deal stipulated h

couldn't lose the monev he toved

wth was theirs. .Gil Stratum.

now a CBSportscaster in H'wood,
gave up the Broadway smash

shows to do what he's doing now.
Gil led the rousing "Buckle Down
Winsocki" song in "Best Foot
Forward". .Page 70 of Esquire
for April is attractive publicity. A
layout of pix, showing Julie New New-mar
mar New-mar of "Li'I Abner'v mimicking
Presley. Artfully done. .'.."Auntie

Mame" and "Inherit The Wind".!

(Dotn Dig nits) are by the same same-authors.
authors. same-authors. Jerome Lawrence and R.
. e- Their weekly take-home

is almost $5,000 in royalties.?

iae.ma W flue, former .vaudeville
star (now a booking agent), weds
one of her acts at her H'wood

home today. He n Anthony Mai

lard of "The Helen Mora an Sto

ry." . r-
Curtain" Call: Cosmwolifan's

attractive April Issue in Florida

and the Roney-Plau plus the 381

other Miami Beach hotels.. Fran

ces Faye's latest album. "Folk

Songs." Her best yet. .Ray Con Con-tuff's
tuff's Con-tuff's "A'Wonderful" album, f He

began his career (as a teenager)
arranging and tootling the trom trombone
bone trombone for Bunny Berigan's crew
"Page 1," Patti Page's nswest.

. .The 4 Harnv1 Fellas rslvnso

click. "Hit de Long Bau"Tthe

writer: Eddie Martin. B'wav, de

tective.

Sounds I '. the night: At the Bou

levard: "The trouble with TV is

that bo matter how big your rat

ing was tast week a has to De

smaller than text week's!" .At
the Mocambo: "I love Kotai to

the Academy Awards affair.' It's

the only night in the year you can
tell who's married to whom!". .
At Ed (Duffy's Tavern) G a r d d-rer':
rer': d-rer': "Hollywood is where your

blood thins and your skin thick

en", i M Jack Herbert': "I'm
writing a new kind of mystery sto

ry, tverybody knows the butler
did it, but nobody know who the
butler is!"

Lyndon also waeed a baftl

gainst liberal Democrats- at t h e
Fort Worth Democratic convention
last fall, and caused a bitter- rift

in me party when his henchmen
refused, to seat several hundred

loyalist Democrat delegates.
Mrs. Frankie Randolph of Hous Houston,
ton, Houston, Democratic National commit

tee worn an,, was among those who

sat au-aay in a cow-barn with the
entire Democratic delegation from
Harris County Houston), ; biggest
in the state, and "one of the f e w
which vent down the line for Al Altai
tai Altai SlvnsnA in 1n9.hJf ihm S M

Yetl they! were barred from the
Democratic state convention k..

cause Lyndon Johnson didn't like

. Instead, Johnson played ball,
with Gov. Shivers, who twice
worked hard fW Eiienhewor,
and with v. Governor-elect Prlce
Daniel, who in 1952 worked hard
for Ike and In 15 didnt work
for anyone except himsotf.

inese loyalist Democrats, kick kicked
ed kicked around by Lyndon, were all
yarborough boosters,
They are the people who tt?

out and beat the b u s h e s last

we, ana wno, despite all the
big oil money, for Dies and Hutch Hutch-son,
son, Hutch-son, despite the1 opposition of

practically au Texas newspapers,
elected their man.
So they'll be watching him when
when he comes to Washineto to

se; wnetner fie is 1 charmed by
Ldon.

Ralph Yarborough," said ona
of them, "has so many knife knife-scars
scars knife-scars in his back where Lyndon
has patted him that hell never
fall for hi charm."
The Texas loyalists should not

however, underestimate Lyndon.

tie nas lougnt valiant battle

on some issues. He hat a, shrewd
capacity for picking able Senators
and wooing them. r
He recognized the ability of Sen.
Hubert Humphrey (Minn.) and has

prtially wooed him into the John Johnson
son Johnson camp. He recognized the abi abilities
lities abilities oi Sen, Dick Neuberger of

Oregon and has made him a some

time Lyndon satellite. Mike Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield of Montana has- become a
complete Lyndon satellite.

So all the Senate will be watch

ing the new Senator from Texas.

. HITLER FRIEND
AND REFUGEE
. Sen. Frank Lausciie of .Ohio Is
starting a significant probe of the
Securities and Exchange Commis Commission
sion Commission for-its failure to protest the
public in certain stock manipula manipulations
tions manipulations and proxy fights.
One is the ? Leopold Silberstein
battle to take over the Fairbanks,
Morse Co., of Chicago. --
Most interesting human aspect
of this, is the .fact that one mem
bet of the Morse family, Charles
Morse, has deserted his 3 brother
Robert, and gone over to Silber Silberstein,
stein, Silberstein, thus forming an alliance be between
tween between a man who fled from Hit.

ler and a man who paid' tribute
to Hitler. ..A-

Silberstein fled Germany whn

Hitler came Into power and has
been in this country less than 10
years. In that time he has built

up a financial empire.
Charles Morse, who has now -teamed
up with him; went to Nu Nu-remburg
remburg Nu-remburg in October l938 at about
the time Hitler had taken Oyer
part, of Czechoslovakia. On his re-i
turn v he paid tribute to ,Hitler. -.
"Absolutely wonderful, the
things that party to ship report,
or on returning to Now York
Oct. 21. "You can regiment In.
duttry, but you can't regiment
happiness, and those people are
happy." .
Mr Mnrap iA it m...

ored at being invited to celebrate

azi rarty nay" at Nuremburg.
Among other thinss. Tnaha will

investigate the pattern of secret'
Swiss deals by which Silberstein
sought: to control Fairbanks.

' CROCODILE TIARf ,.
-When Arizona's Sen,' Barry
Goldwater voted asainxt tax iif

for Small business the Other day,'
certain crocodile tears last Decern
ber were forgotten. x
In a press release issued re.

23, 1956 Goldwater declared; "The
major source of trouble for small
business today is the inequitable
tax structure.'V ? - i

On March 27. however lis- vat f v

a-j against, the 8 per cent cut in the;

wu aiuau corporauons,

GOP Ear To Ground
For 'Grajsrool''
HinllOftrifidsni
WASHINGTON. Anril 10 filPV'-

Top,. Republican party-leaders will
tajte soundings 'from ; the 'grass'
roptsV this week in 4he, first step.
of a campaign to recapture con control
trol control of Congress next year. ...
The '. GOP eoneresstnnal mid.

naign committee, headed by Rep.'
Richard M. Simpson (Pa), to together
gether together with the GOP senatorial

campaign committee and the Re

publican National Committee, are

co-sponsoring a series of regional t
party meetings throughout-' th
country .' v T -, v

' we want "- suggestions and'
we're going to stick our necks

out for as much constructive
criticism as possible,? a national
committee bide said. : x
But national party leaders gen-'
erally plan to let the state and
local party leaders do most of -the
talking. The purpose of the
meetings is to get a state-by-state
picture, of GOP strong points and
Democratic weaknesses. s-
The; campaig" will get under-1,
way In Omaha," Neb.. next
weekend. -r

CaafcatKch

rum i

DUTVl

wstbtsi I warrw aorrrw ......

STOftsIwi csnism AvtNut. r-ANAaw

Broadway Cenfuciovs:
Tning Success Get You
mias.

Ffrsti

Is Ene-J

'I want to ret Shu'tz ancthsr collar a han hv

for eccsilonal wear and en for formal erarnt!'



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Call. The boys are managed by1 Joe Stabler s--

Sukarno Plans 'Guided Democracy

;My iJACK HMSl.tti;;-

" rAkARTA,Kindonesiai April; 10
( .t nMLPMiiimi: '.vSukarno toaay

named a 23-mari emergency1 cab cab-v
v cab-v inet to resolve the .political crisis
arid lead rtvolt torn Indonesia to
, i ?"uided democracy." ; Three of
i the -ministers ere conslderd'to
be commiinista or fellow-travelers.
, Formation of the government
coincided with reports ot thetfirst
outbreak of violence on the home
island of Java sincemiUtary-lfed
f revolt stripped the centrat gov gov-ernment
ernment gov-ernment of control overf nearly,

Related reports Mia ito
chinergunned, a police barrack at
' v Tridjag in western Java Thursday
'night, killing seven policemen and
r wounding six.' xriojag is ou nu
eftst C'Jakrta,: seatj of iM cen
tra .governmoaw .v-:?r .J v. ..,-j-
ufheattack was the second, to to-;
; to-; cideftt ?of violence to Indonesia re
ported in three, days, Reportsxe
ceivea nere shuimj wm,w
..t...'ttrit nnri in- euernlla am
t bush of an army convoy to"; he
. lnnoloB nf flnlahe Island, a
kv Sukarno stepped into' the.;politi-
; eal crisis last weeK nw anempis
by i NatiotiaUrtrfaMf 'CBalrmHn

SUWITJO W iorm cum .mu
' :Th major Moslem jwliticaljpar jwliticaljpar-tier
tier jwliticaljpar-tier withdrew their support from
A ; Suwir jo in, 'opposition to hii 1 ap-

r pointmeni W. wreo ; pra rumivu'
ii nists to his: proposed government.
' Apparently. Sukarno diet not run
4..,
' WASHINGTON,prn0 iUPV--

, Mixed Senate reacuon i o o a y
' greeted' the -administration's pro pro-'
' pro-' nneai in maka foreiBn military aid

f 'l permanent part -of the defense
" budget and eventually put most
' economic -aid on a long-term' loan
,j basis : f' V," -,k
There was considerable support
?-. for. the' idea,' advanced Ty secro secro-"i
"i secro-"i tary of State John Foster Dullea,
; of separating direct military, s-
But his proposal for making mil
' If rv aid in foreien nations perm a-
. nsnLnn th'. Bame basis as other

,. defehsr expenditures and of mak

ing long-term loan coramiimenui
, for economic aid.ra into a chilii-

, Chairman Richard B, Russell
(D-Ga.) of the Senate Armed Serv Services
ices Services Committee said he was oppos
ed to "anyining Deyona one yer
at a time.", RusseU said be is a a-1
1 a-1 fatost any continuing authonza authonza-'
' authonza-' ; ton for military' aid. As fnr'aplit fnr'aplit-k
k fnr'aplit-k ting the two main parts of the aid
program; the Georgia' Democrat
, said "I'm not so hot for it."
BusseU. said be .favors- putting
more economic development mon mon-;
; mon-; m i loan basis but addecl.

' "I'jn not going to support any

thing that lends nseu w ue iw
. Tt nf thia nrnrrara.
Sen. J. William -Fulbrlght CD CD-Ark.),
Ark.), CD-Ark.), a frequent critic of Dulles,
said be was "very happy" to see
the administration come up with

a new approscn w orea
- : same old rhythm" ofthe year-to-

year program, .
109-Ycar-Old
Wants To; Leave
Hoi
PENSACOLA, Ha. (UP) Wil William
liam William (Uncle Bill) Lundy, Florida's
109-year-old Confederate veteran,
" if about to break with the medical
profession a gam because doctors
at Baptist Hospital wont let him
go home. .,
' Lundy. one of the three surviv surviv-iny
iny surviv-iny veteran of the War Between
the States, was operated en for a
: bladder ailment Marth 20, his sec sec-end
end sec-end operation within a month.
' Hospital spokesmen reported
Sunday Lundy was in "good" con
dition but "longing to go borne
to his farm at Laurel HUL near

At his birtkiay' last January, Kne added she had never mention-
Lundy-said one -reason be Bed, ed Ross name in her dealing wita

n, w, toiuk
avwrted. doctors. Hit feeling to-J
ward "icn enfy had im
rrofj b-;' re tf,e or era t ions.

Canal Zone rock : and cre

into the" same opposition In form
ihg his "busineso'l cabinet,, t Hig
cabinet list varied only Rightly
from jnat drawn up oy, suwirjo.
i viuinan mmn rrimnr
nt i- ki i M s .
Sukarno named Dr.' Djuanda, 4S,
non-party man,," ast premier of
the cabinet which is charged with
establishing' v a y national council.
The national council' will "advise"
the cabinet tinder tSukarho's mas
ter plan to discard. Western-type
democracy t for v 'guided democ
racy" in which; all political parties
would nave a -iVOice. xw&i
Another- primary f bjective of
in .the' government would be
viewed with-suspicion' by the pre-
doimnantely Moslem population
oi i;we .-ouier fa lsianas i ot ; uie
'the Moslem ''political parties:
have been openly critical of iSiw
Karno's guided democracy" con
cept. But representatives of. all
three were named .in;, thai new
caoinet. v mr :
Aiilonioliye
. DETROIT-(UP) .George Rom Rom-ney,
ney, Rom-ney, president of American Mo-;
tors Corp., .announced Monday he
Will meet, again ''late this week'
with financier Louis E, Wolf son
major awc stockholder. T m
Romney i imtd a" statement
aimed at beading off new reports
that AMC plans t discontinue all
or. some of its automotive and
appliance manufacturing.
v This week's talks,' like previous
meetings in Miami, will be aimed
at, putting AMC on a quick-profit
basis to take-advantage of a huee
ix creau. h-.... .,v,.-- .;,;i.:..f
ince 'its-creation in 11354. AMC
has lost some 38 million' dollars.
and under federal tax laws will
be allowed to keep more than 19
million, or 52 per cent of the loss.
in tax-free profits durinff the next
live years. jt ;.-
But first the company has to be
put in a position to make" and
claim these tax-free profits. Wolf Wolf-son
son Wolf-son has insisted this be done bv
dropping any current operations
which cannot1 ihow a profit, and
by "expansion and' acquisition" to
oring certain profit-making firms
into AMC. -:,Thus, firms already
making a profit could keen moat
ui wiose proms simpiy by adopt adopting
ing adopting the AMC label, f i .;,
. i .
The ailine division of AMR hn
been the automotive, which builds
Nash,. Hudson and Rambler cars.
Kelvinator appliance division -had
a. Dig profit year m 1958. but. the
corporation's overall loss was 19
Federal Rclafive$r
Treda Conneclions
Under House; Slijdy
WAS:. IGTON. Aaril io rTFPVL
nuuse .wivesugaxors promised to today
day today to take a stand on the ques
tion ui wanner relatives of a pnv-
ernraent official may do business
witn tne government i
Chairman Cbet Holifled (IWal.
u.i aaia nis nouse uovernment O-
perauons subcommittee will make
a "finding" on this principle whm
it completes hearings on the Rob
ert Tripp noss case.
Ross resigned as assistant de defense
fense defense secreatary Feb. 14 after cri
ticism arose about 20 million dol dollar
lar dollar in government clothing con
tracts obtained by firms headed
by his wife and his brother-in-law,
Herman D. (Breezy) Wynn.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross and Wynn
swore yesterday that no impro impropriety
priety impropriety occurred. The subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee planned to bear from Army
Quartermaster Corps officials today.-.
:
Yesterday's hearing conclude i
with a spirited defense of Ross by
a wue. ooe aia uiere is noi
I more honorable man in Congress
lor ta the executive Srst-k of the
government purcnaing OTlicers
Holified said he b1 no intention

'of recilme Fos, Mr. RncS orjthe United. Slates as the
'Wjnn for further euesilonirg-. boid of freedom."

Batematt and Osmond 'JOzzie"

Will Cover
Laiinchisg 01 First:
Satellite
WASHINGTON April 10 (UP) -Defense
Secretary Charles E
Wilson was 'Ssked today to make
a "full and- prompt' disclosure
of whether newsmen will be
allowed to cover, the launchin,.of
Uie tirst eartft satelilteA.i' hf.
Chairman JoHntE Moss iXD iXD-CalifJt
CalifJt iXD-CalifJt of a House-- Government
Information subcommittee wrote
a letter, to Wilson as the5 result
of report that newsmen, might be
Q8rrea.y.'v''
near Adm. Rawson Bennett,
chief of-v naval research,- said in
New York Friday he wanted to
bah newsmen 'so those in charge
would, not be ''tempted" ;to fire
the rocket when conditions were
not ideal. Buti Assistant Defense
Secretary Murrav Snvdur intH.-
cated 3ennett-mleht be over-
.Moss ; said ton his letter Jto
Wilson: 'that the reason Bivin hv
BennetC was1 'Ridiculous:?'
''President Eisenhower tin aiU
that; the' satellite is part of the
International Geophysical Year
and as vindicated that because
of- its worldwide;' importance- the
JKcj.wpuld.-i vkept(fulIjr!V4
88fVMo -enid. r
"in 1 t'U j i 0 r,r.. j(vto
Osh-CribpFam
InVirglnla
Va. (UP-There'a a
money:growing farm m i this.een-
irai Virginia commumty.
'. Robert B, ; Croxton planted the
first money in 1952 whon' h. U.t
his. wallet containing $230 in cash
wuuu iowuig eia. 3 ; ;-i
He plowed the fiolr!
ing three days of intensive search
without success. But two y e a r a
later, rafter the field had produced
cn narvest oi corn and wheat,
Croxton plowed ud hi wtiu with
. I .wM . .
the next year Kerforrf w. ri i
neighbor, "ost a wallet With $1,000
casb-and checks in the field.
Agam the field was plowed and
uanweu. out affain it riirfn'f vi.M
the missina-
later, however; Ware'j teen-aged
fa' Hya Dean,, was working in
r "I'" ?.a au "P "e wallet.
- n uie iau oi 1954, Lloyd Dean
Ware lost his own wallet with six
dollars inside, in-the same, field.
aw wrea ngureo it wasn't worth
'ff'h ao. they let the money
j' friday,r Croxton, the nian
who i tar ted -th hnu ki.
plowed ; the field and found the
w.ui me six one-dollar bill
were mm negotiable.
miuu s money farm is ." still
functisning, but Croxton and Ware
aum m ueu-t none v hirc.it h..n.
y jcmea a cent Ot profit. L :
skedTo Make:
Jfem Prclesl To K
unnarYReoime
"WATHINGTON.' Anrfl io' (trpC
acp. moen r. Aiorano (R-Conn.)
asked President Eisenhower today
to make "the most strenuot pro protest"
test" protest" against the "barbarism' of
ine uimmunisr puppet regime in
Hungary.- - a
In a letter to the President v-
reno denounced the-"show" tri.i
in which a Hungarian court yester yesterday
day yesterday sentenced three Hungarian
"freedom fighters" to death.
rTb news, although xhorlrinff
u noiuag more man can be ex expected
pected expected of the blood-stained
of Soviet aggression who now bold
the freedom -loving people of Hun
gary in ineir- tron grip," he said.
Moreno, a member of the House
Foreign Affairs Committee,, urged
Eisenhower to protest the court
action through the United Nations
and by direct diplomatic nannels.
sen. josepn k. MacCanfcy R
Wis.)T meanwhile, said, be is pre-
paring tegisiauon io permit Xi.DOO
more Hungarian refugees te enter
the United States. . -
McCarthy said in a statement
that ending the refugee program
would "destroy tne last hope of
the peoples under Communist dic dic-tarorhips
tarorhips dic-tarorhips that they can look to
strong-

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:15--BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
6:30 Hscwali Calla tWRUtJf f
TiOO-Halla Of ITT ..;f,!y-ViAI
- 7 :30-VOA Report from U.8.M
8:00 Music By ROW i- I
8:30-i-Muslcal Theater v 1
9;00-i-You Asked? For J '(re--x
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10:30 Cavalcade Of America ;
llroowaa. Tiu Midnight ?
;'Temorrow, Thwrsdiyi: April
6:00 Sign' On i-. Alarm.; Clock
"f Clubitrequesta ,. taken'
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'7:30 Mornina Salon-Concert
15 Church In The Wlldwood
, 8:3CP-Musicai Reveillt v i
8:00-New v.-.
:15-Sacred Heart i f j
8:30-sParla Star Tim"",;
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12:00--New :),.,!. ,;.;CH
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1:30 sons Of The pioneers I
1:45 Spirit Of The Vlklnga
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1:15 Sammy Kayt show
3:30 Music For Thursday
4:00 Feature Review :' r
:30 Whaff Your Favorite fre.
ii1,; fluesta taken by phonf
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7:oo ooon Show
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8 : 30 Take It From Here
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Red Hungary Charges American
Attache With 'Open Espionage'

? VIENNA.April 10 (UP)-The
Communist k Hungarian govern
ment has accused U. S. Assistant
Military. Attache Capt. 'Thomas R.
Gleason of espionage and ordered
him t from the country within .48
hours, the 'American 'Legation in
auaapesi aaidtoday fM i f i ;; ;
J A legation spokesman said, hv
teiepnone mar uienon was
cnarged with ,ropen espionage."
no- was' ; neciarea persona non
grata and, told to, leave by tomor
row-noon;-.w v -, r
The spokesman said he could
npt'explaih what the Stalinist re
gime, of Premier Janos Kadar
meant;: by "open i espionage."
Gleason. whn ha nh turninant
n ----- rr ,- r-. ....v...
w onomg aooress and his Chief,
an Republic
- a : I
Ben De Continued
.SEOUL Korea April 10 (UP)
- The Republic of Korea will
make a "stronar Drotest" to
Britain, against the lifting of a
ban on exnorts to North Korea
and will "demand" it be relm relm-posed.
posed. relm-posed. foreign ministry officials
said today, . ....
-A foreign 1 '-'ministry Official
said that if .the, tBrltlsh had
inwx : tne ban ort trade 'With
North Korea. : as reported r, to
press dispatches from London.
"It will, create a situation 'de
inmentai to Korea-Britlsh rela relations."
tions." relations." : ---!3x:V;,-iHf J I V
The British Government said
in London -yesterday it had'
enaea tne total ban on exports
to ; North Korea. A spokesman
for the Board of Trade said the
1950 order bannlne all evnnrts
to North Korea because of the
Korean war was 4- terminated
"This is a very grave, matter
ior inis ; uoverjunent,, oxnciai
Oovernment spokesman k Oh
Chae Kyuna- told United Press,
"If the report J true.: we have
to tak some action,'"! rr-
Foreign ministry officials said
the GovernmenJ-vWrujW lode a
"strone DrotesV" with the1 Brit British
ish British "Government and "demand"
a contl-vied ban on, trade; lth
NoH.h Korea.j.A- ,- --.
They expressed fear that Jap Japan
an Japan may follow' suit.
-Korean srovernment officials
said the North 'Koreans still ere
!t war, with the United Na-
tlons.
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Ui' S; ';Attac1)evl.!f;ame'':todo! of
i .-.S -V-fci
Tulsa Okla.,; were stopped ,r and
held: by ? Soviet troops for more
than .five1 hOurs last Saturday
while traveling by: cariCd mues
southwest of Budapest. ;:-:
; ;fe-'.:l':';i'-!-''.'-:'i;:'-f'
t Refused To Leave Car
' The Soviets claimed Todd ? and
Gleason "tried to photograph Rus
sian military barracks. "They de
nied it4- The two men refused to
leave their car and spoke to a
Russian interpreter through closed
windows. V '-A'i-,A
f' U. S. Charge P'Affaires Spencer
Barnes. Trankine American dipio
mat -, in -Budapest, delivered y a
strong protest against the incident
to the Hungarian Foreign Ministry
' The legation spokesman said n
protest has been .made as yoi
against s Gleason's expulsion but
that the State Department m
Washington has' been notified. ;
Western legations in Budapest
have been prime targets for the
Kadar regime since it crushed the
Oct.- 23 rebellion with Soviet
armed might. ift ..-;
Wtrn Diplomats Pretested
Early this year, Western diplo diplomats
mats diplomats protested that Hungarian
secret police were arresting Hun Hungarians
garians Hungarians who visited Western em
bassies' and legations.
The U. S. Legation was .accused
of illegally using int., radio, trans transmitter.
mitter. transmitter. i?--',.s', -' ;
There has been increasing clam clamor
or clamor in the Communist Hungarian
press against Josef Cardinal
Mindszenty, who has' been living
in asylum at-the American lee a
tion since the- Soviet onslaught in
Budapest last Nov. 4.

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gram, program, ,
Nadler, a civil service employe
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traveler and' explorer, in a geoa ?
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classical music category when he ;
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Mrs. Thomas.- daughter-in-law of
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"MrsW.. A. Day Is escorted

by Scott Missall, son of Capt.
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: eirtV-iiHiiirii vil, Employes Shich took -part In i lunchepnlat the Tivoli Guest Hout Sunday :,'
MEElATriUlICHcOM "are shown herei Fred de: V. Sill, standing center,- hs;the floor. ;

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CLEARANCE
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ALL MATERIALS
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Hundreds On Hand Pageantry, Fireworks Greet
At Sendees For Elizabeth. PhiliD In Paris

Canadian Suicide

PARIS, AprU 1 (UPBriHin'

Wvien Elizabeth II rode five miles

H OTTAWA, April M UP)-Thre
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M MiTice t AnibMdr E. Herbert ou tne heme niver by starlight last
Norann todat heard United j might in a fairyland of pageantry.
t7 Church Minister critkixe the "de- All of the atoned buildings on
.M nrrM naoT of them the river bank were thrown, into

M vil and downright demoniacal." bright relief by apotUghtj. The'

V'l which might hare eaud or-i great oeua of the oir Dame
,Jf I".., suicide .Cathedral pealed when the Queen
j Prominent among the mourner glided by aboard tbo yacht of the
." i attended the JO-minuU president of France, Rene Coty.
t ire i Ottawa'! Chalmert Uni Along the quays, platoons of
-I Church were Prime Minister Loui's, hired actors and singers in cos-

red, whit and blue into the bright
sky along the route.
Grenadiers in Napoleonic uni uniforms
forms uniforms wheeled and marched be before
fore before the palace of the Legion of
Honor.
At the Qual Des Tuileries, sol soldiers
diers soldiers in vaiforms of the ra of
French kings lowered flags of the
17th and 18th centuries.
Norman and Basque peasants
danced at the Quai De Bourbon.

The pageant took 90 minutes.

- runrent. External Affairs Mm- tume acted out the history of xtVfwy et
" erLtr Peaon, other cab- France-much of h having o doj IZil Pft SSSJ V

faet minister. Snjort, cm"i w iiiuk xtntain maa
members and foreign diplema.;ssng French Joit songs.
v. ttaMintet list nf in- An estimated 500.000 Parisians

mA hirh comwtisriowerS) thronged the bridges and quays

whe nttended fcneroded U. 8. Am

bassador Urmgston Mercnam. i
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ErrTtiaa Ambassador El Hueseini Philip.
S & KbatiB). and Netherlands Am- Fireworks showered bursts of

rii bassador ABtnooy unvnm. u
deal of the diplomatic corps. -The
ler. A. Leonard Cnffith.
-' the fficiatinf minister, aaid the

err ire was t moarn the
tar t distinguished Canadian.
Norman.- Ambassador to- Egypt

ad Lebanon, committee suicide
in Ciro last Thursday. Canadian;
ffidil blamed his death eo the'
resurrection by a V. & Setut
tubcommittee f charges that
Nnrman was Cemmmist.
The Jler. Mr. Gnffith traced

presidential Elysee Palace where

Prince rniiip alippea out bciore
dinner to spend a few strictly stag
minutes at the Traveller Club in
the Champs-Elysees.
It had been : a hectic day for
the visiting couple.
. The Queen reacted like an aver,
age wife when the city of Paris
presented her with a miniature

Jforaan s early life and his serv-1 aleetrie apodeJ of tbo Pari Met;

ice for Canada and said his death! ( subway lot eigni-yer-om rru

from Lea Invalidea to the He St,

Louis to cheer the visiting British

Vueea and her husband, Prince

came't man dnirtiint -m I Charles.

personal bereavement. It looks a little complicated,"
In an indirect reference to the 4 she said. "It will certainly amuse

charge made before the Senate! my husband.

subcom route, he said:
"It is surely one of life bitter
tragedies that so sensitive and
lovable a person should be pres pressured
sured pressured and beaten Jby destructive
forces, many of them, evil and
townright deaeniacaL

Roviltv conscious French meat

paid up to iv enen tor wmwi
vantaee BoinU along the routes

taken by the royal couple on the

second day of 'ne wree-oay n n-Similar
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GIANT POLLERA hight when, the Doctors" Wives of Panama gava a Nocha Jlpica en Panama, party jh
' nAil ill Atce honor- of those attending tha Second Inter-American Medical Convention. Visttort
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NOCHc TIPICA dress was explained to visitors during tha coursa of the evening at tha Nocha Tfpica m :

Panami given by the Panama Doctor Wives for delegates, to Jasl week's medical con-

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SUM FAT AWAY
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you ahort of breath and endanger
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loae weight with the new Hollywood
method Fermode. No araetlo dltln
or exercise. Ask your, drusetora for
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- Jack Lfstonicher of New Orleans ha been nonunc ed . Ms
Pinkgreve ia the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard G, TMn
greve Of Margarita. ;

- i. ; ;ea Aamira rt ITirai .t th. Officers' Club

JZZSZZi "IU. be the CapUins ani of flf

two destroyers oi w n -vv1'
;..reseiitli visits the Isthmus. :

the

?uUa". and "Arajcu",

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1 Dlnnoi" Prty ',;
AmbsiWdor
' a irr Mrs. : Erasmo

Guandia gave a dinner yarty at
tnetr home last lUgutm honor ol
; Atv,hacKrtor of Peru German

V. ihi.r.i anrtwrs. Aramburu

who wUl be leaving soon for Mex-
y J kVfc
binkgreve-StonieMr
Mf. and Mrs. Richard G.Omk-
m ffrita: Canal Zone,

f Enounce the. engagement of their
. H.nchti.r Svlvia Mae'Jimkgreve,

s to 1 jwrrf J -nicb rson. nt

- Mr.. Henry Stomcher ot tw ui ui-loiini:
loiini: ui-loiini: .i-otiisianat ana the l.aie

.fMn. Henry StonicBer, '
.. ninirarpve graduated from

!7 Cristobal High School in 1954v She
' -,! smHiiatn from- the Touro ln-

; firmary School of Nursing, New
' Origans, Louisiana in August. j
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Arriving For Wodding
1 Mrs. Ethel Werkmann of Mh Mh-1
1 Mh-1 waukee, -Wisconsin, is due to. ar-
rive by plane tonight to attend

the' wedding of her niece, Miss .0
Ann Fischer of Diablo Heights.
Mrs. Werkmann is a sister of
the bride-to-be's father, Mr, Wal Walter
ter Walter M. Q. Fischer. -":.
Mrs.5, Seuddor Koly'y ', r. :4
Ftted A-Farowell if
Coffoo ot Golf Hoight
Mrs. Edmund ,W Meisenhelder
was hostess at a coffee at t -her
residence in Golf, Heights yester yester-ri
ri yester-ri mnmins hnnorinz Mrs.- Scud-

der Kelve.', of the J5th Dr who

a lpnvini? on Thursaay.tor ine

States. Guests Vegent were : Mrs.
icpIvpt. Mrs. Thomas Byn,Mrs.

natd-.GreaifioM'e Mrs. i-J M.

prkP. 'Mi-il CarL Baoui., Mrs.

Wm, L. Stevensyi Mrs. Roger "A

Walcott, Mrs. Nellie iJlyan, Mrs.
John F. Warlickj? Mrs. John W.

Brown, t Mrs. iF. IP.- B,. Bauer

and Mrs.. Win. E. Kirkland. i
Atlantic' Brldgo u
Club
The-"regular '.weekly brid g e
games at-the Margarita Clubhouse

will be held tomorrow evenuig

the Howell Movement played last
week were: first. -Mr. Wally Gib

son with Mr. Julius Loebr second,
Mr; Fred Scrwartz with, Mr. E: W.

Millspaugh: third. Mr. Augusto

Kara with (Mr. J CrCaldweU;
fourth; Mr. and Mrs. George Tul Tul-ly
ly Tul-ly and fith, Mrs. Julius Loeb with
Mrs. Hayden Jones. For any in

formation regarding these games,

please ,call Mrs. Hayaen- Jones
any day after 9 a.m. at 3-1892.
Co(tg'Club
N Toor Homos i'

Tomorrow
t Members of the Canal Zone Col Col-le"e
le"e Col-le"e Club and their guests are in

vited to meet with the Thursday

mnrnine study eroun at a.m. 10

morrnw at the Tivoii Hotel where

they will be joined by Miss Rosi-

ta Falacio, ranama s muy

architect, who wiU conduct ine

eroun on a) tour of Panamanian

homes. ' 1
- 'Hie four homes to be visited
have been selected for their indi

vidual tropical architecture.

Members ;.no nave cars, ic

asked to arrange' transportation

for those who do not, and are urg-

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Tivoii Hotel in the form of a luncheon In honor of the R. &, K. national Chairman of the
Navy Wives Clubs of America. Seated at the head table are Mart?e Lemaster, program chair chairman,
man, chairman, June Sherman, president of 'the Cocooio Navy Wives Club, Betty Anderson, R. St E.
National Chairman, Mary Gallagher.-, president of the Pacific Navy Wives Clubhand Diane
Bunts; recording secretary, 't.- i t '

9 o'clock.

Will Graham r, f u
Colobrotoo .''.'

Birthday , ;

Mr. and Mrs. William K. ura-

ham of .Margarita honored their

son' Will's seventh birthday with

family picnic at Summit Gar

dens on Sunday. Those who at attended
tended attended the party were: Will's sis sister,,
ter,, sister,, Donna; his cousins: Susan,'
Joan, Jack, Mary, Mark. Sally
and Matt Barrett; Mary Louise,!

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Junior College
News

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With exam week over and our

w6rst fear about our. grades hav having
ing having come true, JCers' thoughts
turns io a paradise of white sands
and salty waves Santa Clara!

There promises to he veritable

deluge of College kids in that
holiday oasis this Easter. What
with a good 50 per .cent represen representation
tation representation (a conservative estimate)
by Junior College and booco high high-school,
school, high-school, types going, it, doesn't look
lik it'll be to quiet a- group,
either. '

Pacific Daughters of Elks will

attend an annual thanksgiving

service Sunday night at ?7 o'clock

in. the Cavalry Baptist Church
San Miguel.

All members r are expected

attend. ' J

io noia Annual
Thanksgivneg :,

Teacher, Dies;
Funeral Tomorrow

Isaac;J. Rigby,v a former Canal

iday after a long illness at th

to

Of 85.

tie age

Obsequies To Be

Held Tomorrow
For Mrs. 'Graham

A resident of Rid Abaio. he had

Deen living on tne isthmus for
approximately 60 years. He was a

native pf the Bahamas, B.W.I.

Funeral services have been
scheduled for tomorrow afternoon

at 4 o'clock in the Panama .Baptist

unurcn, uunai win follow in the

Jardm de? Paz Cementery.

Mr. "Risby is survived by this

son. Dudley,' his ? daughter, Mrs

Ines Galbraith, ten' grandchildren

eight great-grand-children.

Perry. Theresa. Macel, .Paul

Jam Washabaugh; John, Susanna! who is an amateur torero of ma-

and. Barbara KptaUk.. ny years standing; v Once, using

Also; Frances Bender.' W a II y enlv 'a broomstick, ha aavnri a

Waddell. Gerald Martin. Mary and friend of mine from a wime nr.

John Bolton and GeraH, Brennan. ij,vand since then has figured

urpwn-ups wno wgamzea ana mat uommguin had ; better look
participated in the activities' ol to his hmeU--y'--J
baseball and sack-races w e r e: K-.-..i . ; -.-i". .f

Mru ahd Mr. F. Perry wasna- Dawn'. Earlv Liahf Doot: Heard

Daugn oi '.argara Mr. ana inr. iadirecUy from Dee Dee 'i'ewinkel.

Thomas Brennan of Balboa; Mr. who's aoine to i colle i in th

and Mrs. John J. Kotalik of Coco- states. Circulation ; ia-

li; Mrs, i John TVBarrettr and the -Owhoopsl Those Jet bombers
honoree's grandmother, Mrsa Sjir ,r K,ek tWo of W 1ut nm

sanna G. Kotalik ot Balboa.,; , i whizzm V bv-A There', a mnva

Prizes in baseball were won by nn .jh i r t. .1.-

Jerry Brennan and, Mrs, Rita Wa-.boyj tt the rigors of bachelor
shabaughy-The sack race .prixe lvia .om-tim during th. mid-

usina. '.. . 1

Funeral services will be held

tAmaaA. af I.OA In 4 Via rAK,ac1

"'kXlil j cn 3 i. Chapel for Mrs. Dorcas Graham,
revered SAP prmises, how-' diM vtprd9 in r.nrffal

u 'k J I nr uTi 1 if a-''0SPtal following a long illness, survived by her husband, Ozariah,

"'. ,nu uiuuituuiit. lu l mill laina ths fun r pa. a fnrmor fnmmlccorv I'nncinn

ban on bullfiehting hits hardest.: tA

especiauy at Murray urrigan, foP rnrozal at 12:30 n.m. ,v 'Clifford and. Jamek. in addition to

Mrs. Graham, a Jamaican, isother relatives.

went to Marv Bolton, Paul Washa

baugh and Wally Waddell
Haektfts Havo '

Houtoouost A
From Hollywood ;

Mr. and Mrs. noger u'tiacKeu

of Ancon have as their house
guest Mr, and Mrs. Victor E, Sel Seller
ler Seller of .Hollywood. Mr. Seiler; who
was art employe of the former Bu

reau of Club and Playgrounds;!
Cristobal from 1927 to1938, is now.

connected with the televisf n in

dustry in Hollywood.
Miltfary Eriglntora J4 ..
Hoar Talk
By CoU Paca -.
The April meeting of the Canal

Zono. Post," ; fcociety ol American

Militanr Engineers ass held Mon

day evening, at the Fort Clayton
Officers' Club.; A social hour on

die of Easter week, it is honed.

Martha Webster and some ot the

other charming (notict tho flat

tery )' ladies of J.C. will come up

to Santa ) Clara with tome home-

cooked meals, for, the ; surt to-bt-i

'Closing- lttT rapidly on
Hit Parade's No.L song.

ii Gay le Howards favorite
i, "Pamela throws A Party".

promptly at 7:15, AU interested (he adjacent tennjs court a r a
are cordially invited. vWinners of was held at 6 p.m., followed by a

CREAM of POTATO

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ting broken legs so that the .boys

coma get Broken arms.rBUiy Hat
chett is first oa the list The

recent issue of Playboy magazine

pleased Jo .wood inramonsoly

lhere was a five-page spread on

Jayne Mansfield- Dean Jiao-

kett has lectured both CHS and

BHS this week... Which is whv

JU has been so quiet on Tuesday

Mill ITCUICVUej liLHUWill,

There was a near panic In the

though. Several guys, and some
of the girlf even. found, letters

from the Dept. of the Army in

their boxes and thought they'd

been drafted. Fred Ray bourne, was

really shook up for a whue

Well, that about wraps It up for

this. week. Be back soon with the

poop on the Easter Holidays.

Oughtta have a lot to write about.

if it inn t all censored.

Don't forget tbo spring formal

oa the 26th.

W mean vary spedol soups.

Soups you probably never in
th world expected Io get in
1 prepared form. w'

Only freezing makes It pof

slbie (or Campbell's to brirtg
rSem to you now. Only freezing
taprurts and holds the deficocy
and fenperamertfol flavors or
Ihese ffJy great soup. So be
prapond for some thing very -spedaL
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barbecue supper at T p.m., also

in the tennis court area. After the

barbecue, the group assemble in

side the building andcoionel P.

S. Peca, Commanding Officer 5th

AAA Grouo, Ulked on G aided
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Office, was presented with the
Society's silver medal, for out outstanding
standing outstanding recruitment oi new mem members.
bers. members. About 60 member and
guests attended the meeting.

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WEDNESDAYAPRIL 10. 1937"
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Molina To Demand Strict
p Application Of Rules
From Boxing Commission

By J. J. HARRISON JR. I
" r Jorge Molina Acosta, the fast-talking- Cuban
who "manages and trains Panama bantamweight
Tfto Ibarra, said today he will ask boxing officials,
lo take steps that 118-pound king Melvin Bourne re-
f rain from "dirty tricks" in his 15-round title bout
with Ibarra at the Olympic Stadium Sunday.

Tola is In tip-top condition andiPerea in Sunday's semifinal.

T think he can lick Bourne," said

Molina, who new in irom new
."York with, his fighter yesterday
'afternoon. :
"If he gets ten in a clean
fight," there, can no alibis," the
trainer declared. "But word gets
around, you know, andrve heard
this Bourne's so dirty lie butts e e-yen
yen e-yen In workouts ,

'Tin going to taiK k oyer, wtui
the Panama Boxing Commission

and the reteree: i m sure
just as' -interested as I am
ihmt th rules, be followed to the

letter,

ex

changed punches with Toto in one
round, but slowed down consider considerably
ably considerably to the second. "I think I did
okav with him." the yonnc feather

weight said, "but J-wouldn't want

to oe jn a real iigni wiin mm

not just yet. . w j ,jack Malaney, assistnt public.

ah esuraaiea auv ngut ju HirotK nt h. Paj c.

i :"If Bfturne beats us, let him dp

it lairiy ami- 4uanj,
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he empha4

1 mmmmmPmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Ac 1 l
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saw Toto first, and .then Bourne,

go through their arms. ine con consensus
sensus consensus 'ieemed to be, 1"It 80in8

to be ij'whale of a fights'
Asked how conrtev the iiChiriqui

Indian: showed so much -energy

and pQwerafter the long p 1 air e
trip.,"Molina explained that to ; a-

void travel fatigue, the pair .left
New York three dayV ago for Mia Miami.
mi. Miami. ''Ibarra was well rested be

ta starting the last lee ot me

journey to Panama," he said.
In reply to a questiort as to

how Pan ma's heat compared
to New York's present coleT
weather, the Cuban replied, "Oh,
v, rai into what w thought was
a heat wave for three ,day In
Miami, to 'I-guess we won't find
if taa unoleaiant here."

Thai- tinnpd the scales at 119-

V pounds after yesterday's work workout.
out. workout. "He'll make the 118 pound

limjt easily at weighing-in time on
Runriav rhe trainer promised.

- The challenger will train at For

Clayton tomorrow. His lasi n a ro
drill before the big bout will take

place at the National uym piuay

Boston Sox Reveal

Texl Of Williams'

Apology To Marines

SARASOTA, IPla. (UP)f The

Boston, Red Sox revealed yester yesterday
day yesterday the text of a telegram sent

Ted Williams to the commandant
of the U.S. Alarine Corps., apolo

gizing tor remarks attributed to

him in a New Orleans newspaper

interview last week Monday,

Williams' telegram read:

"This pertains to the statement'

I was reported to have, made in
New Orleans. My four years 'spent
in the corps are the proudest of

my lite. 1 would never say any any-thing
thing any-thing nor suffer anything to be

said which would detract one iota
from the corps and the wonder

ful men who compose it
'a

'.'Even -though I am no longer
a member of the corns. I will

always be a Marine at heart."

ity director of the Red Sox, said
the telegram was sent Tuesday.

In the interview carried by the
New Orleans newspaper, Williams

was quoted a&7 saying he' har

bored resentment against the Ma Ma-rises
rises Ma-rises ever since they recalled
him for a second tour of dutv

during the Korean War. He flew

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: i JORCI MOLINA
v Ibaira, who will work out at
the Colon Arena this afternoon
at 4,rp'eloek, pounded sparring
.partners Byron Cumberljateh
and Tito, Marshall for five round
yesteiday at .the National Gym.
! Curtberbatch, the only fighter to
JJofeairibarra as a pro, said after-
L.r iH'Thartt'a no doubt about it.

v has imDroved. He mis

ward

fhm Kiiv haa imDroved. He

iarden he's more shifty, and he

MafhalL who fights Enrique

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PACIFIC 1ITTLS LEAGUE
The annual series for the play

ers who graduate from the Little
League will take place on Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this

wees at me racmc iuue League

stadium on Gaillard Highway.
The sauads have been divided ac

cordins to the standings of the

teams. On one sauad will be play

ers of the chamnions, Police, sup

ported by members ot tne ants
and Spur Cola. On the other
group, runnerups Lincoln Life will

be, augmented Dy seymour Agen

cy and Gibraltar Lue.
Win. lose or draw, the series

ho a three same affair. This, way

the Fastlich Teenage League will
have a good Opportunity to judge
for .themselves the material that

will be reporting to them pexi
season.

This vear' a new idea nas oeen

oi-v into eneci. ine leami wm ue

managed by the Umpires of the

league. Charley Kager ana imks;
and Woody Post and Bill Curling
will guide Lincoln Life, Seymour
and Gibraker. The umpires for
the series will' be tha managers
and coaches for the regular sea season.
son. season. This should add some zest to

the series.

Carlier Quits Ring
After Suffering
Third Round TKO
NEW YORK (UP) ConVlnced

that acting is a lot easier than
fighting, middleweight Walter
Cartier retired from the ring
again Tuesday while his conquer conqueror,
or, conqueror, Jackie Labua, considered of offers
fers offers from two foreign promoters.
Labua, of East Meadow, N.
ruined Cartier's comeback at

tempt by scoring an upset third third-round
round third-round technical knockout over the

veteran, curly haired New York York-er
er York-er Monday night in their -widely.

televised b 6 u t at St. Nicholas

Arena.

Cartier has been a member .of

the Phil Silvers' (Sgt. Bilko) TV

Show for the past two years, and
now that he feels "1 just cant

fight a little bit any more," he

plans to follow his acting career.
' Cartier, who w 1 g h d 159V4

pounds to Labua's 15714, battled

his young Long Island opponent on

even terms until midway in the
third round. Then Labua. an S-S

underdog, sliced Cartier's right

brow with what appeared to pa, a
left hook and a follow-up bead

butt. &

Although blood gushed down his

face and onto his trunks, Cartier

survived the round. But Dr. Alex

ander Schiff got only one look

the three pronged, wound between

rounds and ordered a halt to the

fight, U VAf if

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GEORGE SANDERS STARS
AS UNUSUAL "SCOUNDREL"

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a Debonair George Sanders, meVie villain par eseellence.

et feeds aU previooi aknldagtjery In bis new RKO starrer,
"IflEATH OF A SCOUNDREL" which OPENS TOMORROW)
AT THE LUX. To the powerful role of a penniless imml imml-rtknt
rtknt imml-rtknt who top at nothing, to build a (riant financial em-
EUe, Sanders bring all the subtle and sinister qualities that
we made him Bollywood's most famous mean man. "Death
of 'a Scoundrel" also start YvaainevDe Carlo. Zsa Zsa, Ga-y
bt, Victor Jory, Nancy Gates and Coleen Gray.

Balboa Rpllerdrome

To Operate Special
Hours Fo( Easter Ji

Officers of the Balboa Roller Roller-drome
drome Roller-drome have announced that spe

cial hours of operation will bo in
effect at the Rollerdrome for
the Easter holidays.
The expanded skating schedule
has been arranged to provide
students with' additional recrea recrea-tional
tional recrea-tional facilities during the vaca vacation
tion vacation week.
In addition to the regular ovo.
ning operating hours, there will
be supervised skating : at the
rinL from 2 to 4 o'clock each
afternoon botwoon April 15-1.

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TOTO ARRIVES Bantamweight

contender Toto Ibarra (a b o v e)
greets a young admirer, Eddie

Mack, on the fightet'a arrival at

Tocumen Airport yesterday after.

noon from the U.S. (At right ) I-

barra waves as he leaves the APA

plane' which. brought him 'and. his

trainer manager Jorge Molina
AcOsta for Sunday's 15-round title

bout with- champion M e 1 v i n

Bourne at the Olympic Stadium.
Ibarra was scheduled, to arrive

here last Friday but was. delayed
because of immigration problems.
The 20-yeaf-old Chiriquj- Indian,

who has suffered only one setback
as a pro. boxed five rounds at the

National Gym a few hours after

his arrival before a crowd esti estimated
mated estimated at 500. Molina, who expects
his boy to win Sunday,: plans a
match with O. fighter P a d d y

Gault here before he takes the

Panamanian back to New York

An Ibarra-Gault bout, which bad

been scheduled tor Spartanburg,

S. C., last month fell through be
cause of. "racial difficulties.".

LOS i ANGELES (UP) Veteran

driver Sam Hanks, generally re regarded
garded regarded as dean of Indianapolis

Speedway drivers, has signed to

anve sandy Belond'sM-evolution

ary Belond Exhaust Special in

this year' Memorial Day 500-mile

classic. It marks Hanks' 11th

year: of qualifying, .. ', y-.

NEW ,yORK, April 105UP) --.
Warren Hacker, who was plagued
by th home run ball for many
years, is discovering why iCincin iCincin-naU
naU iCincin-naU Redleg pitchers tall it,' .their

oesi jrieoa. ..
Hacker, who won only : three

games for the. Chicago Cubs last
season, chalked up his fourth victo victory
ry victory of the Grapefruit League cam

paign yesterday when the Redlegs
unleashed a barrage of six hom

ers to beat the Washington Sena Senators,
tors, Senators, 9-7. The Redlegs have wallop

ed a total of nine corners oeninil
Hacker this spring and scored 36

runs in tne live games he s pitch

ed.

Hacker, 'a key, pitcher -in the

Redlegs' pennant plans, yielded
six runs and nine hits in five in innings
nings innings yesterday; but left the game

with an 8-6 lead 'Which Brooks

Lawrence protected the rest of the
way. His soring record is 4-1 com

pared to his 3-U mark witn tne

Cubs in 1956.

Willy Post Masted, two hom homers
ers homers and Cut Boll, Ted Klusiow Klusiow-ski,
ski, Klusiow-ski, Frank Robinson and Jerry
Lynch hit one each as the Red Red-logs
logs Red-logs made It 41 round-trippers
in 2 exhibition games. .That's a

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pace of 217 over'; a 154-game

srroten. compared to their record-tying,
total of 221. last sea-
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The National League champion
Brooklyn. Dodgers snapped a four-

game losing. streak when they

wmppea ue uuwauKee Bravest a

4, with a four-run rally in the

ninth inning. A record crowd of

,! at TUlsa. Okla.. saw Pharlv

Meal's bases-filled double break

up the contest after. W a r r n

spann, in one of his few annear.

ances against the Dodgers, yield-

ea oniy mree nits and one run fr

yer tne erst six frames.

Al worthington and Joe Mareo-

neri collaborated in a five-hitter
as the New York Giant dnwnsrf

the Cleveland Indians, 4-2. Worth-

mgion, exppcted to be the start starting
ing starting hurler in the Giants' home o-

pener on April 18, aUowed both
Cleveland runs and four hits in
the first seven Innings. Ray Nar Nar-leski,
leski, Nar-leski, working for the first time

smpe ne suaered a broken finger
on March 13, pitched two hitless
innings for the Indinas.
Cal Neeman, a rookie who still
hopes to beat out Ray Katt or
Charley Silvera, for the Chicago

www avbuju Kaicuui juo, orove
in four runs with a homer and

two -doubles in an -3 triumph o-

tct u saiumore unoies. not
Drabowski, the. Cubs brilliant
young bonus pitcher. stoDoed the

unoies wiin ure mu in the eiht eiht-inning
inning eiht-inning contest' Hector (Skinny)
Browa was tagged for fodc earn

ed runs and seven hiU in six in

nings out was named the Orioles'

Casey Stengel Cuts
Three More Players
From Yankee Roster

opening-day pitcher after the stint.
The Chicago White Sox m ado
only five hits; but collected 14
walks to take, a 45 decision o o-vor
vor o-vor the St. Louis Cardinals and
square their spring Series at
three victories each. Sam Jones,
Bob M be and Jim Davis were
the pitching culprits for the Car Car-dinals.
dinals. Car-dinals. Jones was the worst of offender,
fender, offender, yielding five hits and
seven walks and hitting two men
m five frames. -
Andy Carey bonDed an iahh.

inning homer that enabled th

New York Yankees to beat the

Milwaukee Braves' Jacksonville

farm club of the Sally League, 5-
4. Mickey Mantle also hnmnrMl

for the Yankees and kent h i a

liriu( average at .330.

George Brunet and Ken Johnson!

optioned out by Kansas City only
this week, pitched seven-hit ball
as the Little Jtock Travelers em embarrassed
barrassed embarrassed the parent Athletics, 5-

. am Aern s oouDie and Spider
Wilhelm's single were the key

viuwa vi we iravciers tour run

una inmng rally.-

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On .April. 13 the 'Arnretf Forces

Little Leaguers will Play their an

nual all-star game at Fort Clay-,
ton's Jarmen Field at 7:30 P.m. J

The Curundu little leaguers won

jtn halves of the regular season

schedule, downing the West Bank.

ers 5-0 in a sudden death nlavoff

last. weex aner notn teams ended

the second half with identical rec

ordsf to win. their, fourth Armed

Forces Little League thampion-

smp.in tne last six years, ;

Tonyxiaia. Curundu s manager.

will manage the Red Star team

made up of the first..: third and

fiith place teams while" K o b e r t
Taht, : West Bank .manager,' will
guide the Blue All-Stars made up
of the second, fourth' and' sixth

place, teams.

Lt., Gen. Robert M. Montague,

commander in chief, Caribbean

Cpmmand, is scheduled to be. on
hand to present the championship
and runnerUp trophies to Curundu

and west uanj respectively in
special pre-game ceremonies.
The all-star teams are made un

of 18 players, six from each team.
The team managers named the
six -, boys .from their own team
whom they thought were outstand outstanding
ing outstanding and deserved to play, in the

all-star game4 ,:,$

Named to the Red all-star team

made up of Curundu,- Albrook and

rort n.oooe are: uutcn zent. cu

rundu; Butch Reichart.. Curundu:

ueorge uovan, uurundtr; jim

Dykes, curundu;'. R. rrangione,

curundu: Boo smith. Curundu:

ttddie Krebs, Albrook; Riley
Clayton, Albrook; Al Reynolds, Al Albrook;
brook; Albrook; Regis DeArza, Albrook;
Dick Hinderleider; Albrook; R.
Eastman, Albrook; Bill A r k e t,
Kobbe; Steve Harth, Kobbe; Burt
Phillips, Kobbe; Keith' Martello,

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JACKSONVILLE, Ha. (UP)
Casey Stengel cleared the decks

for action Tuesday by paring

three players from his squad and

then promptly predicted his Yan

kees will win the pennant again
"even though it won't be easy."
The players cut from the squad

were pitcher Jim Depale. catcher! had committed a fooL

John Blanchard a a d outfielder j ''Attempting each evening to

moral sieoero. ah were aem to, nave one or your smaller boys
Denver of the America Assn. play sick, thus depriving the

oeiare w i nucva ten ueir a. youngster or we opportunity to

retersDurg. ru., training site play tne six minutes that is re-,

HIGHWOOD. TIL fUPV The

head of "Little Guys Basketball"

reprimanded and tossed a Chicago

team out of the association Tues

day for using "ringers" over five

feet tall in last weekend's tourna

ment, i. ;

Donald F. Scanner. "Little

Guys" director, revoked the fran

chise of the Chicago National Ath

letic hub wnose uuie Guys un-

isnea win la tne international
tourney when a Chicago Heights,
BL. team refused to Dlav them on

the final nighU ,..-..

In addition to using two players
who were at least a half-inch over
the five-foot height limit, Schriner
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nuKv mi vrfucago ivauonai aui-

leue ciuo or:
"Manhandling youngster In

full view of the crowd" because he

Kobbe;y Jim Smolks, obbe: anet -'
Jim Bonner, obbe. -
; Named to the Blue all-star team
made up of WestBank, Vnrt rio

ton and Caribbean Command arer
W .PetersonJ West Bank; Ei Nor.
deng West- Bank; j J. :, Hamilton,
Hank: Genie L nfon w n..v.

K.' Lima, West Bank; Dickie Ness!
Clayton; Anthony j Wagner,J- Clav-'
ton; Gary Hill, r Clavtnn w.,n

HowardvClaytcm;;,.Chuck;Bowers.
Clayton; Gordon Gellner,; Clayton!' -Joe
Russ. CC; Fred SchultiCC;
JohnoLewis; ,cq; Jim Rowna,- cd 1
L Trevathan,. CC; and Bill RussV
-Assisting Bianageft Piaia with
the vCOachina nf- rh, t-j-. ,..:u." u7

fnrf w'o8?.1 R A Banks,
Taht- will be assisted with, th t
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GUN CLUB
CRISTOBAL" ' -' r,
Sunday's performance j

pressure for the Haydenv Momo. 1

t-- vucii Uy nreanesoay
afternoon warmmg-up ) scores of
the. Cristobal Gun Club shotgun.
t J-C: Lasting steady
aJI t it0 tak.e the honors, witttlL
Art Sutton on his hi at ai v.

ter, who looked hoct An ..

form,,, was weU down In th sec-
Ond division, the nnrinnal

ond: division,-': the optional money
m that class. going to R. C. Casa Casanova;
nova; Casanova; with 44, and Walter Johnston
with 42.'. The i closeness s ot t a

groupmgs is seen by "Shorty'
Schexnayder's and Sgt. F. W. Bee-
be s 45 each, Beebe" running v, the
day's Single straight 'K,
Jn,i?core w"f nflMngulah-J,
ed, William, Brandl's 47 and Johny
stons 45 being the onlyk two. de de-serving
serving de-serving mention. Whether it 1 1 f
gusts and cavorting, targets made
the diff erencej, or something else,
is hard to say, but only Wednes- C -day's,
scores are further ; detailed--'

Maurice-Holmes VV,;" -C

TRAP; (Singles)!

Joel Cook;
Sellers
Holmes ?
Sutton

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Hank Thompson

Sent v to ? Minors
In : Roster Cut

'wstf 'Ybluc Anrii 'io ( tivi

Hank Thompson. ; one of the first
Negroes to break into the Ameri

can League and later a star third third-baseman
baseman third-baseman in the National League.

was sold to Minneapolis of the

American, Association roaay along

with tnree New York Giant pros

pects. ,? -v f ..
Sent out with-Thompson were
pitchers Jim Constable and For
nando Rodriguoi and infieldor
Eddie Brossoud. The cuts re reduced
duced reduced the Giants' roster to 30
players.
Thompson and Willie1 Brown, al

so an infielder, were the first Ne

groes to piay in the American
Leagues joining the St Louis

Browns in 1947. Thompson was
back in the Negro Leagues in
1948 out in 1949 came un with the

Giants and stayed with them con

tinuously except for a brief ne

-t i j .nV. 'f, ..

Hank, listed as 31 years bid,
was1 a star third baseman and a

dangerous long-ball hitter for the
Giants in 1952-53-54. In "54 he

knocked in 86 runs, hit 28 homers, l)TsC tS fZrSl
and starred In the four-g a m .E 5 g-

worm series sweep or tne Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians.; His nine-year' big
league batting average was .267
and he averaged about 14 homers
a season.. !-.

v Leu Kretlew, a 33-yeai old

rignr-narwor ence viewed as a
potential star, was sold by the
Kansas City Athletics of Seattle.
Ho won only four games and
lest nine for the Athletics last
season and had a 27-47 maor
league record. The Athletics el else
se else optioned pitcher Dave New New-kirk
kirk New-kirk re Shrevoport of the Texa
League and Carl Duser to Little
Reck of the Southern Associa Association.
tion. Association. ' ..

The world chamnion New VnrV

xanxees reduced their squad' to
28 players when they sent pitcher
Jim Depalo and catchher John
Blanchard to Denver in the Amer

ican Association! six rookies sre
still with the Yankeesr-outfielder

iony iuoen, inflelder Woodie
Held, catcher Darrell Johnson,
second-baseman Bobby Richard

son and pitchers Al Cicotte a n d

Sellers 1 25
Schexnayder (20 ga..)" 24
Beebe ;. 23
Chollar :5 '1 .-..-v, v 23 j.
Sutton (410)'- 1 -2? -i-Kueter
.'-''"-.'.. ; ,;v'' -."22
i Holmea (410) 21
Next date -of absorbing attrac

tion, in addition to the regular

4:30 Wednesday afternoon shoot shootings,
ings, shootings, is the Captain C. W Stew Stewart
art Stewart 25-Yard Handicap -'Trap Shoot
over 50 birds to take- place at
10:30 a.m., Sunday, May a.

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Ralph Terry.

Monday night, outfielder Tony Ku-

bek was named the team's- out-

' standing rookie of the spring.'

ia tne tiaai press eonterenee be before'
fore' before' at smug north,' Stengel said,
"I should wia the' pennant. My
pitching is better than ever, but I
still don't figure to win as easy as
most perpiet hink."
Behind the Yankees. Stengel;

picked Cleveland, Chicago and De-

quired of every player.

"ConUmially harassing the of official
ficial official scorekeeper' by changing
shirts or1 jerseys "so often that we
are no certain yet" who got in'o
the game and who didn't
Forcing krwn the abouMern of
Hs own learn members ond "ac "actions
tions "actions in attempting to force up upward
ward upward the shoulders of a member

of a Puerto Ricsn team in erder

Sports Shorts

CHICAGO (UP)-Former Olym Olympic
pic Olympic gold medal winner Jesse Ow

ens has been advised by his phy

sician -to lane things easy for
while to avoid exhaustion. Owens.

who has been on a speaking tour
which carried him to many for

eign lands, plans to continue with
his work as director of the state

youth program, however,

SAN MATEO. Calif. OJP)

Round Table, impressive winner
of the Ba y Meadows Derby, will

te snipped east to ride in the Tri

ple Crown classics. The .wit
owned by Travis M, Kerr of Ok

lahoma City, was purcbssed last

winter in transa I or aioo.wu. ne
will be ridden in the Kentucky;
Derby by veteran jockey Ralph

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL JO, 1957
...u, THE PANAMA AMERICAS AH IXDKPEXDXNT PABLt HEWSPAPER -.
' PASC NINf
FVe vents Of Decathlon S 'I atecl I Tonight M'S0lw6aiSdtum
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HOOFBEATS
; By Conrado Sargeant
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CANADIAN CHJB TOURNAMENT WINNERS '. (L to r);"johii

Dointa. John Cain. 3rd high points; Chaplain (Father) .(Schumacher. 4th hieh points:; Colonel
' H. P. Donovan, Club President- Bob Leigh, aponsor; Larry Meier, winner low net and high

, points, and Paul Runnestrana,.
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Geora

Susce

Baseball Father; Young
Son Paul Gets Contract

By MILTON RtCHMAM
JAMPA, Fla. (UP)"Show 'em
your last ball," ex-big league
catcher George Susce said to nis
. son. -' '
' Young Paul, recently t a r n e d
-m M fired six straigW
pitches that almost ripped the mitt

off, -wasningion recc ;
"Now "your' curre ue a Wet
. Susce directed.-, ';Z vt'. vt'.-Again
Again vt'.-Again the youngster Complied.
' "Give 'em the .slider.-. .How.
about the change up? V. -Okay,
now show .em tha spitter.'ir
Even Washtagton'i it s "n a g r
Chuck Dressen's eyes popped as

he stood there on the sideunes
and saw" the kid throw five good
wet ones in a-row.
ic'All richt. son.",, said the, father
finally "They wanna see whether
you .can run now." ; i
i-hfV Has Bad Lag
The boy jogged to the outfield
and eves as he did it wss.appar-
- ent there was something wroug
' with his left leg. ;: ht--J
"What ibout that leg", sorae-
fin asked the father. --
"Aw rleht what about H1.' the
elder Susce snapped a bit testily.
"The boy had oolio when he was
a kid, that's all. -.But. he- can still
. get around pretty, good.. Look, at
him out there, "C'mon, Paul,
- show 'era how fast you can run.
George Susce is a hard bitten
veteran of the baseball wars who
, took a lot of knocks catching, m
the minors and with the St. Louis
Browns' and Gereland Indians but
the Strain never showed so much
in Jiis face as. it, was now urging
sua coy on $x-r..,
.has the Stuff'

'Why,.,Uie kid Is. good enough
to pitch in the, majors right now,"
'. -. he said, still keeping his. eyes
I glued on Tiis son. ... J.'.
"I sure wish I-was the guy who
Bandied ; ie money matters' on
this club,' said Dressen. .''I'd sign
kirn in a second. The kid has got
the goods Jv '- :
Then jt 6 m e o n e asked Susce
whether he thought the boy was
: a better pitcher than his other
son, George Jr., who hurls for the
j Boston Bed Sox. 1 A f i i-'
' i-' he answered,' without taking 'his
I eyes off Paul,' who was still run-
ning far cut in center field. ...
" ; -"This one can certainly throwi

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harder than the other one," Dres
jsen offered.
Thy Hunp On
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Susce that day but that didn't
stoo the determined fsther-and
son team from making the rounds
of all the camps in Florida.
. Each tplace they went the man
agers liked the youngster pitcn
ing but that game leg made them
all stop and think. ;$
Don't worry, Paul, we'U nooit

Proudest

on somewhere," -the. father aid4d whett ptiblic sentjifient appir'

"It may take awhile but all this
1 1 A few days ago, ft fSaaHy did.
Young Susce worked out with the
Pittsburgh Pirates and they
promptly signed him to r ,Contract
with their Columbus club in the
International League.) -That's
why there isn't a prouder
father in the baseball world to
day than : beaming George Susce
Coach Bill Dickey k
Nearly Recovered'
From
TARPON SPRINGS, Fla. UP)
Yankee Coach Bill Dicker vim
pronounced "nearly recovered
Tuesday from physical exhaustion
which caused his' removal to a
hospital.- ;'.'''
Dickey was moved to a nursing
home here from- St. Anthony's
Hospital In St. Petersburg. Doe-
tors felt ne could rest better nere.
Yankee Manager Casey .Stengel
said he did not intend to name an
other coach in Dickey's absence-
Sports Briefs
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- GREENWOOD LAKE,- N.Y
(UP) -.frn r middleweight
cnampion Stugar Ray Robinson.
convinced he lost the title to Gene
Fullmer because he forgot the
fundamentals of boxing, is work
ing hard -to regain his -form for
his May 1 return bout with Full
mer in Chicago. Robinson worked
two rounds each Monday with Lee
wuuams : oi Augusta, Ga., and
Otis Woodward of Memnhia. Tmn
tagging them repeatedly with left
jaoi ana lert nooks. . .. ;
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Roby. 2nd loMr uetrahd tad Ugh'

Dupas Says He Beat
Martinez In Thriller
'For llomelovn Fans'
; NEW. ORLEANS (UP)-- Ralph
Dupas, .New Orleans lightweight,
says he .won Monday- night's
bloody and bruising 10 rounder
over-welterweight Vince Martinez
of Paterson, N. ., to show appre appreciation
ciation appreciation to his hometown support
ers. : tf ; f
f Duoas. who UDset Martinet in la
decision bout, fight viciously and
led an attack that Mar tines
couldn't stoo with his slashine left
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UV pounds at fight time; lost the
nickname "Native Dancer,'.' as he
carried the fight to the 146V& pound
Jersey fighter. "I- won this one for
tne Hometown," Dupas said.
Dunaa said ha wai- deedlv tnurh
ently rallied arouiul hint last week
when he successfully fought
cnarges that he was a JVegro and
ineligible to box whites in Louisi
ana. f'Ts ;.,'V -"a :
'A section of tKe state Health De
partment asaea-tne stste Bosuns
tCommissLn to- invoke a 1956 law
against Dupas after Dupas' racial
background was challentrint. Th
law prohlbHs mixed athletic icon
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; 'But sifter hearings held a week
ago, the commission okayed' Mon Monday
day Monday night's tight and refused to
validate tne racial charges. -Tha
fight in wind-swept' Pelican
Msammi was tdeiaTed hrifiv t
ine oeginmng when Dupas kneeled
in the ring io.raeeiva a. hiMins
from Roman Catholic-? nriMt
sUnding near the press, table.';,
, Martinei'. trainer. WhiU nfm.
stein, thought the -decision was a
nqmeiown decision."" -
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The Jerser rlriitar a-l -l.
thought he won seven rounds.
Dupas said he- felt- houtboxed
maranei m at least six rounds.;
The fight was scored. S-i-i. lU.i
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CINCINNATI (UP).. Veteran
Umpire Larry Goett was given a
sick leave by the National Lea sue
yesterday and the league also an-
nouncea. ue addition of former
catchers 1 Bill Baker and ; Vinnie
imitn to ut nmnirmc staff.
The S7-yeat-old Goetz; an N.L.
umpire since isjo. 'nas not um
pirea any efliimtiOn games this
spring because of a nerVous con
dition and nas teen advised by hia
doctor to take an extended rest
rrom oaseoau. ... .
Baker, who officiated last year
in the American Aisn.;- ind .Smiffc,
from the staff of the Pacific Coaat
League, both have been umpiring

major .- league exhibitions .thUjoesLMdes LF-P
tcrme on a trial basia. Th.ir i b.tv. :

ditioB bnngs the N.L., umpiring
staff t j6 men. :
Baker, from Paw Creek. X C.
was a catcher for Cuicinnati in
iw ana si, ntuoureh rrom 194
tnrooen jsk, ana St. Loan in ia
end -a. ,-; . ; .
Smith, of Richmond. Va.. was a
catcher with Pittsburgh la 141 Ij,
and lMt. He began umpiring -mt
the Cauforaie League in 1354 aid 1.
switched t the Pacific. Coast'
League in lftU and S6.-

President R e ra 0 n -4 racetrack
stewards again 'cracked down on
wayward jockeys over the pas t
weekend when they meted outvthe
stiffest suspension! given 1 locally

in a long time.
Abundio Vergara's repealed foul-.f

ing ot fclenita vwur wacho uunng(meeis on tor crowding i;amDcr-

Sunday's third rata netted mm an
indef init-1 suspension plus a rec rec-oromendation
oromendation rec-oromendation : to-1 h e Gambling
Board that his license be canceled.
Felix .Sanchez got six months
because of his incompetence while
riding, Bugaba ,ln Sunday's second
race.
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until recently had been noted xor
his earnest efforts, drew ari l8-fnee
suspension for his unsatisfactory
ride aboard tha odds-on mutnels
favArita Mm i Hallif an in : Satur-

dav's second race., Uia rrlda wasleach,

so poor that Vasquez had to get
ponce protection- from an .irate
mob following the race; v
Osvalde de Leon was forsad
n tha- sidelines for H mttts
He get eight for carrying ..Ve.
UHe wide t with Samiplana in
Saturday's second j ratty tntf
eight, mere for crossing Apaho
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Second Half Standings
team f W L'Pef. CB
Ocelots t l.&l.
Palomag 6 7 .750 ft
Coneios r & i 5552
Pumas-' v i t . S 3 '.4442
Perlcos 4- .250 V4
Macaws 3 .200 6V
' i Pumas Reut .Macaws; ill-S
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.The Pumas: closed out the set"
son in. a blaze of hits while shut shutting
ting shutting out the Macaws; Tuesday aft-,
ernoon at. the Fastllch Teenage
BaU Park. HighUghts of the .'Pu .'Pumas
mas .'Pumas eighteen-ruu barrage featur featured
ed featured fiv-h-me runs when A. Scott
hit his first; Klamco his s second
and third and Barley Jus Jourth
and fifth. Besides pitching (- shut shutout
out shutout ball on five hits,. Barley aided
bis own cause with two runs and a
single for tho lesding Pumas hit
ter with three for tores. -
Maeswt McGowin went
ve and twi
two third! jptungs giving
up eleven runs on six nits-. Dei
Lbndes relieved McGowin and
gave up seven runs oa three hits,
DesLondes was .the., leading Ma
caw, hitter with-a perfect day get
To Iht boys who play their1 last
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ban game -as jrastucn Leaguers,
at the Loon comes to a close, we
know the experience gained will
carry you a long way and wnen
you step up to faster b a H we
wish you all the success possible
in your future diamond, activities,
.Remember fans Thursday- after
noon at four thirty tha Teeners
will close- out, their regularly
scheduled season. Post season
games will be announced and .it
is hoped you will follow the Teen
ers through .until the last out is
made. ; ,, ;, v.v
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Spectator support is appreciat appreciated
ed appreciated or the Dla vers and Officials a
like and. when' the Teeners play-.
anytning can Happen, aont sen
them short.. Com out for the
games as tne Fasuicn Leaguers
close out ueir seson.
The.box score:
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PUMAS iU H H
Kiamco cr- 1 r -'S J
Hatting RF-. : -V; -;,-! S'l
Wilson RF, -.10
Bsrley ;--.V' -, .:i.'-t S-a
Schwarzrock' SS...r l 1
Pearl. C;-; -.. x,v. :. :-.-..-''il
Roe LF v.".:-. '. ; .1-1
Scott IB ?h rr;. r t 4 2
Marquard r ; v ; 1 J :
Cunningham ZB . ,2-1
Batemaa X .,' r i -0.1
Rowan XX 0 .1
Bassett XXX. V;. : s 6 1
X Walked for Roe ia the sixth
XX Walked for Marquard ia the
sixth.- :, -'V .!
XXX Safe en an- error for Cun
ningham tn the suth. ', V-'
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0 0
Corngan, HB.r';'
Carrol SB f 'l
Thompson SSJ t 2
1
0
0
l!l
e 0
O 2
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 1
Lawler SS 't
Corriaan. EC
Watts CF
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r.H cr"
stielan BF
iiv.wn v.t '' '' .'
Chsse 21 'l
2
2
nVor IB : J ,1
2 Base Hits: PearL. A. Scott.
Home Runs: A.. Scott, Barley 2,
Kiamce 3. ''.. " !'
DesLondes 1. ; r
Walks iff: McGowin 10,. Barley
DesLondes S. L'mnires Hilrin-
rw and F Bright. Scorer Dobeon.
Time 1:2. -. .

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JILT

with DUlld In th homestretch'
in Sunday's -fourth race.'
tJoe M.' Avila was set down for
eight meets for crossing- Jipi Japa
with Cochiss-W! Saturaay s third
racers ,. if..!

Segundo Carvajal got e i a h t
well with Oliver at the f start nf
Sunday's sixth ce .- I
v'King Flores- earned himself a:
24-hiettt euioited vaoaiion -because

01 nis aumous ride aboard mutuelsiwhich comprise the decathlon; i

favorite 'Black Bee Flores was
held responsible for the letter's
poor penormance.
several norses were sugpended
also. El Profesor; Elkd' and Plel
de Asno-got eight meets each for
thoir poor performances., Don Jai Jaime
me Jaime and MettOi which pulled up
lame, were set down,, lor 15 nays
The "receiving barn" was suc successfully
cessfully successfully put .. into use over t h e
past weekend under the- care of
veteran horseman Carlos "Chiehi"
Dies. -,-,',..-4,1 K
; Track manager Pablo Ai Thayer
once more voiced: bis intentions of
getting saliva test equipment plac placed
ed placed in the barn,-..
000
Another leading turfman h n
thinks that Panama's presenUiad presenUiad-dicapping
dicapping presenUiad-dicapping system is absolete is Os
car Gbitis,- now the leading traln
er at Mexico City's modern Kipa
dromo de las' Americas -i
dromo de las'.Americas.
:. Ghlris recently confided to a
friand here that he will never a-
gain race hertas In Panama un- J
.Jess the.-"conditional'.' handlcao.
p'ng systom it (nstitued.
Local ians may remember that:
umcis was one of Juan Franco's
biggest: winners with his; Stud Ti
moshenko and Stud Blue a White
then later as the trainer of the
late tien. Anastasid Somoza's Stud
Montelimar. t t .,C. ti i
. Ghitis now trains a large contin contingent,
gent, contingent, of thoroughbreds for Somo Somoza's
za's Somoza's heirs and thkStud Li Glral Glral-da
da Glral-da for Conrado Maggiorini at the
Mexico ity. track. ,i
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Two-Day-Meet

The fu-r ha'lf of ""the ten' event
ptrogram will get underway to tonight
night tonight at th Ralhnn Ktadinm it
!ft::o in m: u
of the Balboa Relays will be' on
hand to 'di.tDlv, their -ahiiitii' in
various trac. nd iield activities
Over.'
20 contestants from the,
ixei-vicei. junior Coiecb.
Armed
Balhns Hieh Srhnnl inri thA Afhls.l
'tic Ciuo have entered this event I
With entries open until. 7 p.m. tor
night It is possible that number
ox omers .win sign up. iropnics;to
the six high point men will be a a-warded
warded a-warded by the Balboa High School
Student Association. .- ,
With such- outstanding perform.
ers as Bill Jankovich; Dan Mes Mescal,
cal, Mescal, John Clark, Ray. Nickisher,
Bob Toothman and many olhei i
some top rate 'performances should
be on 'tap for the spectators. Ad Admission
mission Admission is free and the public Is in invited
vited invited to attend. u . ;
Wednesday night events starting
at 6:30 p.m.. "tj' 1
' 70 yd. High Hurdles': "High Jump.
100 yd.
Dash, Shot; Put,
200 yd
wlin- co)nn hi'
iPV feSw1 tw2u
wU1.b hcl P" Thursda
uasb.
decathlon
Thursday- evening
at 6:30 with the, following events
ueing coniesiea. coniesiea.-'120
'120 coniesiea.-'120 yd. Low Hurdles, D Is c u s
Broad Jump, Pole Vault, 660 yd.
huu.
Radio Announcers .Association
were installed Monday at the Na National
tional National Brewery's Beer Lounge. The
manager of the President Remon
track, stewards and members of
the Gambling Control Board were
guests of writers and announcers.
Officers of the association are
Ernesto Enriaue Amote. Bresl-
dent; Hugo Wood, vice-presiderilf
loero rernandez, secretary; Artu Artu-ro
ro Artu-ro L. Gonzalez, treasurer; Guiller Guiller-mo
mo Guiller-mo Medina, trustee.- -,

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mantt I-mantt at Santa Clara Batch,
Telephone Smith, Balbaa 3ot1.
FOSTER'S COTTA6IS aad largo
batch homo. Out milt put Ca Casino,
sino, Casino, Fhaao Balbea I86C
PHILLIPS Ocesnaide Cottagat
Santa Clara; 3m 18t0 Pana Panama
ma Panama R. da'. V Phono' Panama
3-1177, Cristobal 3-173.
, FOR RENT Completely fur.
' nlthad houaokooping room, ro :
frigorator, stove, private bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. All convinioncot. Near,
Hotal Panama. Tal 3-038.
FOR RENT: Room fa bacha bacha-lor.
lor. bacha-lor. Ettudianto ; afreet No., M M-29,
29, M-29, apartmont 3.
i Wilson Said Pulling
"Hew, High Barriers
On Pciilsooii
J WASHINGTON April 10 (TJP)
Reo. John I. V ott todty Accused
Defeat Secretary Charlet fi. WU-
nn rJ hirudins', 'n -and bisher
barriers" to tho flow irfinforma-
mon ltd in uio rniuvvg.
The California Democrat It sued
' the charge at hit House Govern Government
ment Government Information' Subcommittee
opened hearingi on information di
.irM iiiiiiiiohI hv Wilton
were tcheduled to testify.
' Mots taid that at. first glance,
the directives gave him a feeling
'of "cautions optimism," but this
turned to "reluctant pessimism"
after he scrutinized them.
"It it mv conviction that addi
tional tcacklet have .been forged
on the public's right to know..
Most taid, A
- The directives stemmed from i
study of Defente Department in in-;
; in-; formttion policies made by a
group known as the Coolidge Com.
mittee. Wilson ordered that study
'after Pentagon information.- poli poli-feies
feies poli-feies came under congressiontl
"" ;' i -' V Xr8'"-
" Wilson rejected two Coolidge
Committee proposals which were
attacked by the Moss Subcommit Subcommittee
tee Subcommittee and by newsmen. One of these
would have allowed reporters to
be taken before grand Juries to
disclose the source of military
news "leaks." The other would
have had information officers ac accompany
company accompany reporters who interview
TVnti ffnn officer .V'
Mots charged that the Defense
lng" to help "obtcure" other re restrictive
strictive restrictive recommendations .which
Wilson approved. ...-."
- COMPUTE TV :
ELECTRONIC SERVICE
" i. r.
Jol or Contract
25 cycle converjion
Anteiuta Installation
(All 2-2374
FAST SERVICE
CALL TILL 10:00 P.M.
Expert TV Enpnears
;.m.wD -:
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- Rooms

Apartments

ATTINTION. 0. 1. 1 Jott bulk)
taadara furnished apsftmeatt, I,
2 bedrooms, bot.' cahf watar.
Phone Panama 1-4941.
FOR RENT: Airy, modorn
3 badroom, 2 bathroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, balcony, maid's room
with bath, hot water, garage.
Available Aprij 15th; $150.00
Call 2-0321, butinett hours.
FOR RENTr Newly' fur.
-nithed and unfurnished apart apartments.
ments. apartments. ALHAMBRA APART APARTMENTS,
MENTS, APARTMENTS, 10th Street No. 1061.
Phono 13M, Colon.
FOR RENT:-Cool and com comfortable
fortable comfortable i apartmentt. Living
room, dining room, bodroomt.
kitchen, Independent service.
41th f jMy Avenue No. Tl -3-52
'facing entrance to Qui r r y
Heights. For. information en enquire
quire enquire time building from
11:00 to 12:00 and from 5:00 to
a:00 or phone 2-2037 anytime.
FOR RENT: Army Inspect Inspected
ed Inspected furnished one bedroom apt.
All convenience!, bus-stop 4 of
July Ave. Tela. 2-5524 or 2 2-1140.
1140. 2-1140. (FOR RENT:- One bedroom
apartment with tteve. refrlv
rator and hot water. Air condi conditioned.
tioned. conditioned. Campo Alegre. Tel. 3 3-7192.
7192. 3-7192. Hours 7 to I p.m.
FOR; RENT:- Modem one
bedroom apartments, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, hot water instal installation,
lation, installation, maid's bathroom,
' tgreened. Building u nd r
construction, ready for eccu.
, pancy and of protont month.
3rd ttreet Poreil, facing "Cole
gio Javier. 170.00. For informa informa-tien
tien informa-tien too Quliano, tth ttreet
No. 5-30. Phono 2-2711.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartments, furnished. Light,
gas, telephone and screened.
Sabanas No. 172 behind the
Sabanas Fire Station. SM.OO.
For Information tee Quliano,
tth street No. 5-30. Phone 2 2-2711.
2711. 2-2711. ;
FOR RENT: Apartment one
bedroom, living-dining, room,
screened, wash : tuba 50.00.
vtKttrnished apartmentrane bed- -.Teon-ror
$45.00. Second 'street
;;Carratqullla No. 35. "Auditio"
Building, For Information tee
Quliano, Ith street No. 5-30.
Phone 2-2711. :
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, linen, kit kitchen
chen kitchen utentilt etc., garage, hot
water. Phone 3-5354.
FbR RENT: F u m l t h e d
apartment, 2 bodroomt, 2 bath,
rooms, hot water Phone 2-
2504.
FOR RENT: At El Cangre Cangre-Jo.
Jo. Cangre-Jo. Modern apartment. 2 beoV
roomt hot water, garage. Bal-r
boa 2-3382. Panama 3-1043.
FOR RENT: 1 Completely
fumiehed house in, Golf High
three bedroom,' three baths,
living room dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, two servant's rooms and
bath. Two car garage. Availa Available
ble Available May 15 to Sept. 1st. Call
3-4i29. Before 10 a.m. or at'
1:00 p.m.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Locale, suitable
for offices or clinics en toe
fleer of "Centre Medico"
Building, Cube Avenue end
corner of 30th street East.
tf.00 and $75.00. For informa information
tion information pee Quliano, 8th street
No. 5-30, Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT- On first floor
spacious locale, suitable for of office.
fice. office. 22nd ttreet Esst Bis NoJ4 NoJ4-72,
72, NoJ4-72, beside the IFE Office.
$100.00. For Information see
Ouljeno, Ith street No. 540.
Phoae 2-2718.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
Canal Zone
VaileS States District Cetjrt Per
The District X The Caaal Zea
Ralbna TUvfatan
In the Matter of the AdontJoB at An.
fei Orlando Montano Garcia, a miner
under the sre of 14 rear. e. Ansd
Orlando Montano Matdarade. No. 44S4
um CILauon.
To: Anel Orlando Montano MaMomdo
You are nerebr requlrod to appear
before the United States District Court
tor tne District of the Canal Zone. Di Division
vision Division of Balboa, at the Courtroom
thereof, m Ancon, Canal Zone, en the
tth day or June. 1KT, -at t o'clock rn
the forenoon af that dav. then and
there to snow cause. If any jrou have.
wtiy AoeiDert um snouia not pro proceed
ceed proceed "with the haerins of Ms petition
tor the adoption of the above named
amor.
Wrtnem. the rTanarahle OuthrW P.
Crowe, gin, Vtuted States District
court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this tth day of Aortl.. 1ST.
. C T. McCormiek, Jr."'
Clerk of Court
' Sore or ta Peae
. CKir niiMii rwb
Tr Anoef Ortando Montano Maldenads
The toretetatf eitanoa Is served smon
won by publication sjursuant to the or order
der order of the Honorable Guthrie P. Crow.
J'Klfv. United States District Court for
the District of the Csrwl Znne, lated
the .ith eav of Aarfl. ltT, and entored
nd fled in this action In She eVe of
he Clerh of the Unned States DtstrVI
Court. Drriton of
a the t4h
dsy of April. W.
. C T.
"
rierk of
t ' : S.rs e V
Chief

1A rrmm

LEAVB TOtJlt AB WITH OTfB OF OUR
INTERNAL. DE rUBUCACIONES No. 3

BARDO No. 2S V' Street o MORRISON 4th ot July Ave. J St LEWIS
f liuiril I IIVIU S'. Ivnu m HOlISFHni.n FirHlNRFT r. mm

VAN-DEB -J IS 68 Street Mo. S3 FARMACIA fXi. BATURROr-Perque Lefevre t

the Bella. Vittf Xaettre.,'
Automobiles
FOR SALE: IMS Packard I
motor completely -. rebuilt.
. Call after, 5 p.m. reasonable,.
17-4235. v .-v. -Vv
FOR SALE.: 1951 Buick su su-per'
per' su-per' Sedan. 'Phono ..Albrook
5291. 1 "tW
FOR SALE: Plymouth 1953
crambrook 4 door tedtn. ex-;
cellent condition throughout, 4
ntw tires, rtdio. Price 5B50.00,
Phone ;-517.
FOR SALE;- 1948 six cylinder;
Oldimobile Sedtn, exeellent
condition. $150.00 down, $46.00
notes. Phone 3-4577. From fO
to 12:00 a.m. t t v
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
Sedan excellent tires, radio,
low mileage. One owner. B550.
Sm mt HU B Btlbot. ,Ctrr
Street. Phono 4480.
FOR SALE:- Ford Victoria
1951. Excellent condition
Phone butinett hours Balboa
2-337. Collier. t j ; j
FOR SALE: 1953, 4 door
Pontiac, hydrt-matic.- radio
f dlrectionals good .condition.
Spouse.; 0201 B Ancon.' h' f!
;V JIM RIDGE
' Oeneral AienV
'Gibraltar l ife. Imf.- Co.
for rates and Information ;
I let ranamav 2-055 i
.rtius)int 1AXTIK. S. A.
Packan Shippers Moven
2. 2451
-V Laarn'RidiRaJ' at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 0 Jumping Clatset dalhr
I to 5 p.m. Phone l'-W
if :e by appejetweot.
EXCURSION
April 14 $17.50 each
' FIDANQUE TRAVEL.
V:- V -' SERVICK
B" Sfc 1-11 TeL M661
Upper Court Takes
Rasper's Appeal
Under Advisement
... i,
rrvrrNTiATT Ohio Am-fl 10
(UP)-.Tlis C.S. Circuit, Court of
Appeals took '.under: advisement
today tne appeal rn mEreiauuuii
i Tnhn Kaaner. 28 from a contempt
of court conviction jn a Tennestee
school integrtUottvaisturDtnce.
Viiur was sentenced to one
year in jaU by the U.S. District
Court-at &noxvuie ior vwiaung
an order restraining ntm com
enntinuint! his oro-seeregation ac
tivities in Clinton, Tenn.
, "r -''.
" ThoY aKntence Brew out of a
hearing in Clinton last Aug. 28
arhon Kaaner was charged with
trying to. incite a riot by. urging
white students to Doycoti uinion
High school. The tcboor was in
tegrated Aug. 27. ;
Kasper, executive secretary of
the Seaboard wute ciyiens woun
cil, Washington, D.C- was not
present at hit appeal He- was
rnrmuTitKr hv i attorney J. Ben-
iamin ffimmons.' Wathinffton. who
said the Knoxville court naa noi
jurisdiction in the case.
. cjmmnna .said the school al
ready was integrated with Ne
groet cOronea.
' sTssnsa- clairned his rfchlf Of
free tpeecs naa oeeo noiaiea.
(inmmi sairl Ksiner "didn't
do anything except speak."
."The .record .shows Kaspet
mw at in time reMmmendnd
or psrtkiptted in any wioJenco or
ny illegal conduct," um attorney
said-i' "" - -J
- ; '
nnr' was no' law Infrtrtioil
arhiio bs m In Ointoo. .and as
a natter of fact he was in Jail,
wnea ue rroienctr stanea.
The' government contends tltt tltt-mt
mt tltt-mt incited a mob of 3.000 oertont
to riot hi .violatiot of a court
order directing him to cease his
tgittttos for rer-eegregttios Ml the
Ciintoa school. ;
"Hearing tie appeaT wert" Judges,
Charles Simons, Thorn as aicAllit-J
ter and Stiacxeiford i& lar.
LEAKN IAUROOM DANCINS
4-week. eoeM S1S.00 per soemto
t-voek MM $2$ 00 aor cwaole
Net laat tkat) 5 enemies.,
HARNETT at DUNN
... lathee 2-42J ';

V "SHraf toai -.flfwre itnrj-L i
I BOM REDUCING T 1
I MiXrvy Machines,
Stum Beth -p le rait female
,i Medlcel Wt, ertV Bracer v
I ORTOPEDUiMClQNAUl
II 'H .-Jum''"11
H Di. SCBOLb, trauiee ChlrepwUm j

AGENTS OR t)UB OFFICES 'AT. IJ-S7 "H" tlTREET,' PANAMA LIBItFRlA fRECIADO T Street No. e AGENCIAS
Lottery Plezt CAS A 2ALDO Centrnl Ave. 45 O LOLRDES PHARMACY 182 Lm trrsqulll e FARMACI. LOM-

, f-' i r
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 2 used pool ta tablet,
blet, tablet, excellent condition, com-'
plots with new cloth', pockets,
bells," cues and all other- ac-,
cessories. Phone, Panama J J-J982,
J982, J-J982, 1:00 a.m. to S:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: I" circular atw
1-1 P.H. motor 25 cy-,work
bench. Tool closet. Small grin- i
dor with 1- P.H. motor tot
' Barbells. 0805 Plank St. Bat.
, boa. Phone 2-2188.
? FQR SALEr New uniforms'
'for "Colegie Internacional do
Maria Inmaeultda." tiie'8. Ea.
t; wathing machine automa automatic.
tic. automatic. Iron chtlrt. Sylvania rec-
r ord player. Phone 3-7072. :
FOR SALE:" Elet. sewing
machine $30.00. Metal buffet. ;
forcelain kitchen table, and
ethar iteml. 2-1892. ,,',
DB-HOO Hi-Fi Amplifier,' 8
mm movie projector, portable
Smith-Corons typewriter. Call
Panama' 3-2109 .4-8 p.m. 1 '
'Copter VillJeke
IkeTdlmergjncy
Ifeadduarfers Site
WASHnsT6T0N, April UP)-t-President
Eisenhower will; use a
helicopter to reach his. emergency
headquarters during tbe nation nationwide
wide nationwide civil defense test this sum
mer, 1he. White House.; announced
today. -.11? ? -v'rf ... !:
Press Secretary James e. Htg Htg-erty
erty Htg-erty said helicopters, will land at
the White House to evacuate the
President, his staff end a group
of newsmen.::-
In making the announcement,
IlagertyV was 'drawn into' another
discussion of how the' chief exec
utive intend to use the two,
Ranger". helicopUrs which the
Air Force has purchased forhira.
He expressed the opinion, that
these heucopters will not be used
"st any i time' to. transport ;the
President fronVithe' WhitoHous
to" the Burning Treei Golf JCluh.
"Hagerty ihad-iot ruled out this
possibility when he last .talked to
reporters about the. helicopter!.
But Jfiisenoower put S damper; on
any such jiouon at t recent news
conference, '-iiut
- A suggestion 4hat he ptannedt a
onlflntf airlift at -'niihllii niunu
caused, the President to turn red
with anger: He brusquely replied
that no neucopters naa oeen
ordered fori such a purpose. f
Hagerty tooks issue, with recent
reports that the two9 helicopters,
now being, tested at Olmstead Air
Forcr Bsse in Fenntyivania, were
"plush", models costinz mors than
$80,000 eachJ -.ifti.
He f aid that as far at heinows
they are commercial versions-of
the 'executive i type' ? helicopter
available to any purchaser. He
said the government's prices was
$60,000 each. ,1
The, White House helicopters
are expected to oo in service
before the : civil defense Opera Opera-tion
tion Opera-tion Alert" in July. During this
dritL' hlicopters will take the
President and his emergency staff
. .1 ,IIL ."i T A
irom uB' noiio. nouso.iawu m
secret command pott. - v
Sixteen reporters and photog
raphers will be picked up at a
park just south- of the- White
House. The helicopters used i In
this exercise will be larger than
the White1 House models, probably
troop-carrying types.
Gamboa Pool Jo Be
Closed Fori Cleaning
All Day. Tomorrovf r
The swimming pool at Csm Csm-bo
bo Csm-bo will be doted all day Thwrt Thwrt-dSy
dSy Thwrt-dSy for cleaning:, it wat arinounc
od by the Division of Schools. :
The pool will bo re-opened
Friday and will remain open en
Ht rogslar operating schedule.
LEGAL NOTICE
TJKTKD STATPS OP AamiCA
; Canal Zona -. .
l'aJU4 Stoles tMrWt Ceart Pes The
IMstriet of The Caaal Zone
TMvMmi ml Balaoa
Herbert K. Daniel. Plaintiff. a. Cllsa
dene DaBM. Defendant. Sunanon Case
No. 44CS. OrU Docket 21. AcUoa ior
Diveree.
To the abiwe iaiint Sefendawt;
Yaai are harak reOUireS to I
and. aha Mannlaint filet In the
above-entitled action within thertp oajai
after the first, aubllestioa.
In'eaae at rour failure tn te
id answer, Judgment will be taken a-
saint roa by default for tne roue oe-
Mndod a the eomrHamv
Witness the Honorable umnne--.
tmrnrm. Jndaa. Hmd StStaS DirMet
Caurt for the District of the Canal
Zone, (hit March K.
- C. T. JcCraaca, it.
.- oork
(Seal) ; -
, ,. Pt Sara do fa Pes
, Chiet DeauUT Clerk ?
WSmm Tlaaa Daniel
The luirani summons Is aereet we weal
al weal you ST aoUcaton pursuant a the
ardW mt tka Hmonb e GuOtrie P.
Crow. Jodee, DiwH States Dwtrtet
Caurt for she District of the Canal Lone
dated al area a. ls:. and entered and
fHd ka this orurm tn the otfee of the
CTetk of satd tVi'fj Statta Dtstrart
Court -fnr the DirK of BeBMe, ea
aiarea St. IK. .
"' : C T. McCarsslta. r.
r dr
P e Is Peae
, Cr- i.nut Clerk

SERVICE Ave. Tivoll No. 4 O FARMAC1A EST ADOS VNIDOS 14t Centml Ave.
hOminLNn.il m mm IWIMVJnM MumiDl Ave. and 33 St. at FARMAC1A

Street FARMAC1A "8AS Via Penal
k f
Real Estate
FOR r SALE.'- 111,000 M2l of
land on trantitthmian i high :
way epptite Ch'libre. Cell
Margarita 123J.. f J
'FOR SALE: Furnished conf
' ert cottage,, Sant. Clara
$100.00 down, balance S0
' monthly. Phone Panama. -3-
. Boats 5 Motors'
FOR SALE: Outboard motor
12 H.P. El to. Excellent: condi condition,
tion, condition, SlsO.OO Phone. Ft. Kobbe
int. t
'FOR SALB; B.a ir." vi.u
hoy flberglassed 30 HP evinrude
controls, tee nee trailer $750.00
Also II' boat and, traitor
$350.00 Panama 2-0s25 Abbott,
" ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
.JAWIR V DIABLO
B0X ;UJt CRISTOBAL, C J,
fit
ai
WkVy,EitynACNE"it
i'. Apr. fS.!'.. w-.'. '-'
: WASHlNhTftf Anril lir fVT&L.
A Democrttic member of the
House post Office i Cbmmittee
cttlled today for the Drosecutiori of
rosimasier tieneral. Arthur E.
Summerfield, hi : connection with
the current j:row "over mail opera-
The demand was made hv.Ren.
mvariet' ,0. s PorteK; (D-OreV is
CDairman' -Clarence CannOn is
Mo) 4t the Jionto Aonrooriations
Committee accused' hit colleagues
of -letting Sununerfield' stampede
mem into young extra man funds.
"Cannon.' echo in i nrevioua
charges by Potter, said Summer-
field-violated the Urgent Deficien Deficiencies'
cies' Deficiencies' Act by spending in the second
and -third rjuarters of this fiscal
year funds which Congress had
earmarked for- the' final qutrter,
' : Curtail Mail Service :
Wow, Cannon, said,' Summerfield
'in' the most '.arbitrary way'." has
threatened to curtail mailr tervice
tnis weeKena unless congress
votes .tn extra 47 million dollars
to run the Post Office Department
until juiy r.i-" yr, .,:.r
"Congress, the greatest' legis
lative body in the' world, that
stood up to Hitler, that stood up
to MussollnL. that stood up to
Stalin, hat' stampeded before the
said. ; ....,' t-..'...
Porter, who called for Summer-)
made his prosecution demtnd in
a letter to Rep. John A. Blatnik
(Ei-Minn). chairman; of- the Legal
and. Monetary subcommittee of
the- House Government Operstions
Comn!lttee '"vt ;"
Provides $5,000 Fine:
He noted that the Urgent ue-
ficiencies Act, which gtrtili
spending by federal agencies, -pro-videt
- a maximum, punishment of
two years in prison and $5,000
fine upon conviction. s
Porter -urged the- tubcommmee
to find out "as toon ss .possible
why the Post Office Department
ran out. ol lunas. ue saia con congress
gress congress cut only five million dollars
from Summerfield's fiscal 1957
budget requests and scented Sum Summerfield
merfield Summerfield of "tremendoBJ'. miscal
culations."
Summerfield Issued a hulietin
to- all postmasters ordering them
to.' '"initittt detailed -..punt
Hew :-Yori Couple
-A
Plead Guilty i;
Toipyijig For RetU
NTW TOR1C, April Utl 'VTY
Imef and Mvrs 6obie pleaoea
goflty today- to charges o con
spiring" tO Spy TOT BOViea lvua-
The Naar Tork buxDSJia Slia
wife were ariectilcaiiv cliarpea
with consplrtnf to trsisport do
cuments vital to tne nanonai
defense ot this country to Rus
sia, r J. '
The pair face a possible maxi maxi-mnm
mnm maxi-mnm en tenet of 10 years acn
in prison -They will be sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced on Way J. i1,
. The change of plea came Just
before -Federal Jadge Richara
H. Levet ruled that Jacx Booie
who had been undergoing pTi
chit trie treatment, was menui-
lw tstXn stand trial.
The two had been Indicted
w-fih iimh Alham another New
Yorker, on the consrirtcy;
. Albam. cniert he charr-s
p'.ea, i-3 stand trial oa V.-j

ill NOVEDADES ATUIS Beide

Home Articles
4 pieces Guatemalan living
room set. Mahogany coffee ta- r
. ble, floor .lamps, Philco radio
with record player 25 and 40
ey book cases, g r e en,.'
' blinds, electric s clock 25 cy.,
0805 Plank i St. Balboa Phono
2-2181.
u :,, w
FOR SALE:- Crib, high chair ;
incyis, KiTcntn ciock .a
. cycle,) full lenght. mirror,
, qutriarmtstar dretter, chest
ot. drtwert, night table wick.
or detk and chair, mahogany
, double bed frame, tables 2
(9x12) rugt, fiber rugt 9x15),
wicker chair. House 0201-B
Ancon. -i
FOR SALE Crystal, 2 table
sets. Not used. Via Porras No.
44. Phono 3,1863.
BEDS, army style 30". folding
logo B.C.90 with cotton mat-
trMt ft. 19 9fl CJnaU kal. 11
y wide, tpring and 2 bedsteadt
b.io,v0 witn Tare cotton mtr mtr-f
f mtr-f tress B.21.00, EL: VENDELO ;
TODO. Telephone 2 0049, : AN-"
f CON AVENUE No. Tl-10. Ex
, Alamo Cabaret, Front of "Thf
v Shelter" bar. $ i 51, ; '" i
i ii i ..I) i I-ii-m" ..J i 1
FOR ; SALE I, Vanity with
tall vlrror (B.30.OO). Konmoro
washing .machine wringer typo
B4J.00. 15 Februtry St. House
,24-20 v RoSm, No. 5 upstairs
Cafe'tiel Pueblo"; v.i ."v

owmoorea muemo

onc',v to;reduce mall service and
eliminate" Saturday deliveries this
weekend unless congress grants
his full .47 -million' dollar request.
; House Republican Leader Jo Joseph
seph Joseph YV7 Martin,. Jf., predicted
fiid, enough money to stave off
the .curtailments; Martin made
the forecast following a White
House meeting between President
Eisenhower and COP .letl.tlativ
weaaers.
,..,Iv''
, aummenieia uppearea oeiore ia
weekly luncheon of -GOP. senators!
to explain his stands Chairman
Styles Bridges f.(R-NH,$ of the
Senate":, Republican Folic Com
mittee 'said Summerfield. made a
very appealing and dramatic
plea." But he, declined to predict
whether ; Congress, would provide
uie r. requested tunas tn emny
hight 1.' : VsS: -';
James A.? Farley, former Dem-
ocraus rpostm aster general, en-
dorted .Summerfield's Tjronosed
462 million dollar- postal rate in increase.
crease. increase. -Farley ',wrote the House
Post Office. Committee the hike
was "neither political nor parti
sanin nature', if-?.-,, j
Summerfield .- originally ; had
pianneo to rpurxau mail f ervice
last weekend but ordered a one one-week
week one-week : postponement after" the
House Appropriations Committee
voted 17 million dollars. It iereed
rto decide this Friday whether to
provide the other 30 million dol
lars,: ,-. :
' Etch notiea, for lactation In thta
celamo theald bo tubmirttd la
ryas-wiillea form and mailed oo
tke box oamber littod daily te 'Se 'Se-eitl
eitl 'Se-eitl aaid OnSerwito,M or deHvorod'
bv atad. to the office. Notieet of
. laeefiaes caanet bo otcoarod by
. tajeabooe. V ' ;
Itlboa Woman't Ctib'
Card Group Meets
Tomorrow At Amador.
The- Card Grouo of the Balboa
Woman's Club meets tomorrow st
12:30 p.m. at the Ft. Amador Of-
ncertLOpen Mess. ; g
stesses will be Mesdames Co
Joustra. 2-21S8,' Jeannette McKib-
bOB 2-4459 and Mary ; Trent Al Albrook
brook Albrook 4235. y . .j-'.' . f. w -.r
Elbert SV WiW -' ''- ;'
Pott-Mo' Mootf i : -:'
TerMfht ; A r J .- : J
' The regular monthly meeting of
the Elbert S. Waid, Post No. 2 of
the American Legion will be held
at T:30 tonight Additional business
will be the election of delegates
and alternates, for the Department
convention, -which it being held a
month earlier than u. s u a L All
membersare urged tn.be present.
Womsafs Autltltrw A
Of St. A.drowt
Thej Wonton's Auxilisry of St.
Andrews Episcopal Church, Co-
coli, will bold its monthly meeting
tomorrow st 7:30 a.m. in the
Church Sunday School room.
The topic for the evening is
"The Play Pen," which deals with
tbo child's need for independence, I
and will be moderated by Rev.
William W. Baldwin, priest in
Charge. -
During-- the bostaess meeting
plans for the rummage sale to
be held in May will be completed.
Refreshments will be served fol-
'lowing
the meeting witn Mrs.
Frtncit Hammond
acting at noi-,
All embers and intrted
are urea 10 ue

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LABORERS WANTED:- If'
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HouseDemocralic
Mai6rily; Firmed :
By 11 Mexico Vole ;
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ALBUQUERQUE. N.M.,f April lOj
iVf) ine, iiemocratic majori
ty u.s. House of Representatives
held firm .today with th election
of Joseph Montoya in a New' Mex Mexico
ico Mexico special election. ( ;
, Montoya, 41-year-old lieutenant!
governor,1 had a 7,000-vote I e a d
over Republican Tom Bolack with
83 per cent of yesterday's election
ballots ; counted, and' Bollack has
conceded. -4,
.The t latest1 count hadi'fiT.OT
votes for Montoya and 60,972 Hot
Bolack.'a Farmington oil man;
.Montoya, who has spent 0 years
in state government in New Mex Mexico
ico Mexico 'fills the se&tf made vacant by
the death of Rep. Antonio Fernan
dez, a Democrat who died the day
after he was elected to an eighth
ternt last November. He was in a
coma, on election day and never
knew be had been ri?-elected.
BOlack said in conceding ? last
night ha was "disappointed that
Republican Bernalillo country had
tint tlrfprl' him. Retrialillftls New
Mexico's most, populous country.
. 'tt: shall go to Washington a
Democrat and I shaU. remain. '-a
victoryspeech- r..'--1 k
Bolack had run on a platform of
solid, .support ot ,thet, Eisenhower
aummisn anon.v
tMi iSm J
a.P". ykt afrfri
orats.
House; They hpw have 234 ; seats
to 200 for- the; Republicans, -with
one-seat yacant
' : ? I' -- y '" '"
To 18 t:onlhs; Jail
i
ror luwing tupj
- ROME, '- 'kprllV 9 (UPi-Fiery
IfaiiSn flim atar Eisa -Mtruneui
was jSntenced to ,18 months in
prison nere for insuning i n r e e
tttffle ooiice officers who
tried 1 to give her a- traffic ucKet.
A ooiice court save the brown-
eyed actress six months for each
of the three policemen sne tongue
lashed there last October.-r i -1
st ,'JMx i tongue sometimes runs
swav with me." said th 23-year-
old actress who receatjy returned
from soma movie-making in Holly
wood,, '.'That's v why my lawyer
told me-to stay away from court
this- morning.", J ,.;'.J'':.".'.; :
The 1 lawyer," Mane PittalugS,
immediately prepared an appeal
under Italian -law. the sentence
cannot be1 suspended.because.it
runs more than one year .;: 'J.
Miss Jdartinelli wiU be free at
jeasi- umu iier appeal, u ucaiu.
Her attorney said at much as a
year may- elapse, before' a ruling
00 the-appeal. ;,
The i incident occurred t when
Miss Martinelli, driving a sky
blue- Alfa-Bomep. sports car, was
wnisuea o ujr ut c
nnliiamn f nr pninff through -. a
cross-walk lllegaUy. :
I didn't know tne man was a
cop, --moaned tne actress, wno
contended her blistering remarks
were, directed at one member, of
the trio in civilian clothes. t-:
can't tell you what. I, said,
hut H vi verv bad." she told
the United Press shortly "after her.
sentence was announced.
t According to the Daily n Tempo

; CoL Dun Em, (Rock Hndson) anooiiiices U his
,wUe Mary (Martha Hrerl bis resolution to rrivrn ta the
Air-Force and go to Korea as a Colon eU to make p for
a dramatic accident U which bo feels C"ty.
This ls-a scene from rniverral-Internatlonal "Battle

Hymn," the tree story of Colonel iwan
ti.rrin, Rwk Hilton. Martha Hrer,

, Anna Kahfi. "Battle Htbui"
Central Theatre.

SERVICES

TV OWN ERi Local service
call within 3 hours or by ap appointment
pointment appointment $2.50. Shopwork ro-.
turned the day after receipt of
TV. Save pick up- and-delivery
charge by bringing in your'
table models. Phone J-4414 y.
S. Tolevition. r"'.
''Grey Glory" the only partner
nent made for white .and grey
hair.,, gut ranted not to disco
lor,' ...equally safo for blondes.
Easter specials, p o n 1 1 1 't
Beauty,' Shop. Cocoti, Club Clubhouse,
house, Clubhouse, Wavy "3811. i,
.ii .i i i ... Vi., i ii, i .i i, i mii i n in,
Sky Superhighways
Paris Of Ike's New
t WASHINGTON-, April 10 (UP)
-v-President -Elsenhower plans t
send Congress a broad air-safety
program including a propos proposal,
al, proposal, to create aer.ial 'superhigh 'superhigh-ways.;
ways.; 'superhigh-ways.; Vm:V?v 1";.;" ;; f
, Tho blueprint, ; drawn ,up bj
the .President's aviation' f aclli
ties planning 'group, would pro provide
vide provide ior;-. i r. f
'''l-)sCrealidn'-df:'a.'powerfSr'ln
dependent 'lairways jnoderriiza jnoderriiza-tloni
tloni jnoderriiza-tloni board charged with coor-'
dinatlng alr-researchtin the field
v'ajrV'aafeti'ii'. r'
2h Drastic reyislon of : presenl
air traffic, rules to eliminate th
the increasing collision menace
f 3 An aerial '''superhighway'
network with certain routes re re-served
served re-served r for "' planes f slmllai
0ltaus.i' .T yif, f ., 1 T'v gfc fitf
J 4'rri' ip 1 ri
Uf Trarmine
LrfAPi1
Curtis; .wiairman
our ana vici
president of Eastman 'Kodaks
gave Eisennower ana ; tcepu dii-c&n-z
legislative leaders' a ipr ipr-view;
view; ipr-view; X)f the (plan yesterday ai
leader ; William, K fejoirland
xpe;.wxiiie nause. Dermic, vjrvr
ably:
,tonV)TW)W.ii'.'.-V'y:'-;''''-- ','
- A source close ?:tb 'the Curtli
group told, he Unlted ;Prfss tt
oroposed airways1 modernteatioTi
board would be more"thn "jr.'l
another c study-roop 'He s-ii
nnntrrejM- will ba asked to aivi
m definite 'authority- andjesppn-
siDuiues.ior tffsewAr?.-,- :
,ti..-v.,,i,--.. -i ; i-t -
mmm M... -! -T.. m. 1
Cti t J r P ortftife X
Ilit "l-wi :yuvH4
-..';. v., xv .tuyjk .tuyjk-Jisfc
Jisfc .tuyjk-Jisfc "iF0tlEj Va ;(UP) J-r' A 20th
Cen 3ry ri today' had. to" tow the
larr,est;ot the ; three j Jamestown
ships replicas of the vessels that
brought America's; first settlers to,
Virginia in 1607 to Norfolk for re re-pa
pa re-pa trs. ; '; s i 5 ir';j'
-.The 'S u sa b: Constant II; wat
smashed a g a 1 n s t pilings oft
Jamestowni Island j- Saturday by
high .' winds and !'waves on' the
James River. ..-4-
Builder John Hughes Curtis said
the' colorful, two-m a 4 1 e d ship
suffered no damage that can't be
repaired quickly and will: miss
none -of.'-- her, scheduled perfor performances
mances performances i during. the" eight-month
350th anniversary-, festival of the
Jamestown settlement; y
rr
the sctress told thepofice,
are U a buncn.ot
And
I jcould call, you more in Roman
slang:? .:.?
. "But -It'svery silly to" give me
such a .heavy sentence' when all
I did wat insult somebody,': Miss
Martinelli said. "After ill I didn't
kill anybody or steal anything.
' The young actress declared that
jail "wouldn't be so bad."
The public prosecutor asked la
court, today for a six-month sen sentence
tence sentence against Mis Martinelli. But
the magistrate shocked JElsa's
fans by pronouncing the la-month
term. -' ; j.
1 1
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light To Save
Vets' Dollars
Gains Support

2' :' WASHINGTON, April 10 (UP)
, : HitaH im nilW-

rne iamuu3uw -r r-
erf ul 'support today in its tight
?against a plan to divert one billion
dollar from the veterans life in insurance
surance insurance fund to promote u. I.
. bousing. ...
The House Banking Committee

.Voted today, however, w wag
floor fight against this provision
'and all. other "veterans prefer-

features of the Dili.

AH INDEPENDENT

THE&i daily newspaper;, ;

,Lc fte people know the trutH and the country is'afe'sMbraham Lincoln,1,

32nd TEAR

PANAMA, R. P.. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10, 195?

FIVB CENTS

.and

ence

.- rntim. 12 Reoublicans on

: 'f!,. Danlrino Committee said in a

1 "minority report that the plan
f ..aiiih cat rfaneerous precedent

for tapping oiner Kuvwumcm

( S,"trust funds" to finance all sons

. W loan programs.

- The Republicans supported the

aiaiemeni ui n;"j
"Jetary W. Randolph Burgess who
i-r.SZmiA th nlan would be inflation

ary and would tend to increase

phome prices. Burgess aju
' gwould recommend a presidential
.. Zvmtn it the nrnnosal was approved.

i 2 Under the plan, funds from the

I Rational Service Uie insurance
i program' would be used to puy
: veterans' mortgages insured by
"the Federal Housing Administra-
Stiop.' Ex-servicemen also would be
"granted lower down payments and
cheaper financing than non non-veterans.
veterans. non-veterans. 2 The life insurance fund is now
designed to pay the future claims
, "and dividend! of some 50 million

Tveteran nolicy holders. Under

3 resent law, it is invested in in in-eresjt
eresjt in-eresjt bearing government se
curitiei.

5 The 12 Banking Committee Re Republicans
publicans Republicans said every veteran who
3iolds a policy "has the right to
xxpeet there will be no breaching

- that commitment.
They "id a diversion of one
"billion dollars from' the fund would
finance mortgages for only 100,000
-veterans at most.
These Republicans noted t hat
3he government now Is custodian
gome 48 billion dollars in vari various
ous various "trust funds" including the
(Social Security program.

Zone Exemption From $1 Minute Wage,

Stevedore Pay Rate Under Study In DC

WASHINGTON, April 10 (UP) A Senata Public Welfare and tabor; subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee is expected today or tomorrow to consider an administration request that the
Panama Canal Zone be exempted from the $1 minimum' wage law.
At the same time a Labor Department spokesman .said the department Is study studying
ing studying the Canal Zone stevedore case involving stevedores who refused last month to load
scrap on a Japanese vessel for the prevailing 60 cents an hour wage.
The stevedores appealed to the Labor Department arguing that they should have
been paid the $1 an hour wage as provided in the Fair Labor., Standards Act.

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the

24 hours ending a.m. today,
w is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorolo-gical
gical Meteorolo-gical and Hydro graph le
Branch -of the Panama Canal
Company:
Balboa Cristobal
( TEMPERATURE:

The Labor Department has

already ruled that the $1 mini

mum wage law applies to tne

Canal Zone. However, tne ae

partment has not as yet taken

any action to eniorce lis rul ruling,
ing, ruling, i (
The Senate subcommittee,

headed by John .Kennedy of

Massachusetts, will consider a

request by the administration

that the Secretary of Labor,

James P. Mitchell, be authorized
to se a fair wage for each in industry
dustry industry in the Canal 1 Zone. A

hearing would be held before

High 93 85
Low H 77
HUMIDITY:
High 82 90
-Low 48 71
Wind:
(max. mph) N-20 NE-23
BAIN (inches) T
WATER TEMP.:
(Inner harbors) 75 83
I THURSDAT, APRIL 11
i HIGH LOW.
:30 ajn. 8:48 a.m.
1:05 p.m. 7:24 p.m.

Funeral Services
Tomorrow Morning
For Harry Quigley

Funeral services for Harry J

Quigley, retired Canal employe
who died Tuesday night in Co Coco
co Coco Solo Hospital, will be held at

9:30 o'clock tomorrow morning
In the Holv Family Church in

naldo. C. M. will conauc me

services.

rri.P(Hnir the services at

Margarita, chapel services will
be held by tbe Elks lodge In
the Colon Huspital Chapel in
colon at 8:45 a.m. Interment

win follow the church services
at Mount Hopei Cemetery.
Mr. Oulelev was a former

shiDfitter in the Mechanical Dl

vision. He: was 62 years old at

the time of his death which
ocrured after a lone- illness.
A : native of Brooklyn, New
York, he came to the Isthmus
In 1916 and was employfd as r
shlpfitter in the Mechanical
Division until 1925. He was re reemployed
employed reemployed by the Canal orea orea-nlzaion
nlzaion orea-nlzaion in 1939 unrt remained
In the MechanicM Division as
a shinfltw until his retire retirement
ment retirement in 1941.
Since bis retirement, he har

made his home on the Isthmus.

Meany

r i

Blasts Kecfc's tactics

!

As Against 'Trade Union Lav;

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.,1 April
10 (UP)AFL-CIO President Geft.
Meany told a cheering United
Auto Workers convention today
that labor, was determined to
eliminate corruDtion within its

ranks and "no one big union"
urnnM Ktfliif) in vim v i : ,.v .i

the Secretary of Labor rules on

what the lair wage snouia De

The administration's posi position
tion position is backed bv the armed
forces and the State Depart Department.
ment. Department. However, the Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian "government wants the
$1 minimum wage to prevail
in the Canal Zone: The SI
minimum wage applies to
workers who makes goods for
interstate commerce movement.

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RELEASE
CENTRAL

Originally the Navy Depart

ment, speaking for the other

armed services,, had a bill m

troduced by Senator H. Alex

ander Smith of New Jersey

providing for an Industry com committee
mittee committee like the ones that exist

now in Puerto Rico whereby
each industry, with the advice
of the Secretary of labor, sets

its own hourly wage.
The Labor Department spokes

man said the bill to exempt the

Canal Zone from the Fair La

bor Standards Act would affect

about 10 to IS per cent of -the

workers in the canal zone
The spokesman pointed aut
that approximately SS per
cent of industry in the Canal
Zone, is net affected by the

$1 minimum hourly wage prof t

vision wnifo iimm employ employers
ers employers will still be able to set the
hourly. wage in about 85 per
cent of all work in the Zone.

Th administration- has also

asked that the present two year

retroactive clause ol tne si mi

nimum wage law be kept from
applying to the Canal Zone.

Should the Labor Department

order employers to pay steve

dores the $1 minimum wage.

the two year retroactive clause

of the Fair Labor Standards Act,

would be enforced.

This means the stevedores
will be paid the $1 minimum
wage as far hack as the Labor

Department finds is Justil labia

Union Club Ffesfa
Saiurday Will End

Pan-American Week

Pan-American Week which,

according to a recent procla

matlon by President Elsenhower

embraces April s.tnrougn i, is

being celebrated throughout

Panama and the Canal Zone.

Festivities will culminate in a

Pan-American Day Party which
will be held at the Union Club

Saturday starting at 7:30 p.m.

As sponsor or tms party Mrs

Aquilino Boyd, wife of the For

eign Minister or Panama, has

enlisted the aid of the ladies

of the Diplomatic Corps and
members of the Inter-American

Women's Club. .,:

Airiihea i ara sunporilhe t the

affair by offering tha follow

ing door prizes:, ,twd immd trip

tickets to Lima via apa, two
round-trin tickets to Bogota, via

COPA and a travel clock from
KLM. ;t;;-v ;

Tickets are $2.50 each,"

Another Pan-American week

occasion will be a concert at the

Panama University tonight by

the 79th Army Band.

The two-hour program, start

ing at 8 o clock, will feature A

merican music.

Solon May Visit

Panama To Study

Treaty Problems

WASHINGTON, April 10 (UP)

Chairman, Olin D. Johnston

of the Senate Civil Service Com

mittee said, yesterday he will
try to visit Panama for a spe special
cial special study of Tyage problems
connected with the 1 Panama. Panama.-United
United Panama.-United States Memorandum of

Understanding of 1955.
The Memorandum's wage pro

visions must be Implemented by
Congress through legislation
now before the South Carolina
Democrat's committee:- ,
Johnston advised Panamanian
Ambassador Ricardo Arias he

will -to to Panama 'time tier

mittlng and if at all possible"

The Ambassador told the unit

ed Press that if Johnston Is able

to leave, he will accompany him

personally. ; i

in tne meantime, ae oen oen-ator
ator oen-ator said he is sending A, M

Faucette. chief counsel of the

committee; to go to Panama and

collect information requested by
the committee.

The legislation- would give

Panamanians working in the

Canal Zone better wages, and

retirement and pension bene

fits.

Robert WalkerV
Mother Dies

In Georgia

V

Marines Sentence Officer

To Dishonorable Discharge

PARRIS ISLAND, S.C., April 10

(UP) A Marine lieutenant ad admitted
mitted admitted to a court martial board

today that he slugged a recruit

who was an accuser ai previous

trials here. The officer was
ordered dismissed from the corps.

SHOWS: 1:29 8:18 8:11 7:05 9:00

9.75 9.49

Everybody
loved the
GREAT MAN

except those
who hated

v.. r

wiaua

wiORCAT MAIM

Lt. William D. Conroy, 26. Rich Richmond
mond Richmond Hill. N.Y.. received a

sentence equivalent to that

dishonorable discharge for

general of the Navy! and; finally
the secretary of the navy.-
Washburn believed that the sec secretary
retary secretary of the Navy could cut the
sentence to some "administrative"
type of discharge rather than out outright
right outright dismissal so he could retain
some of his opportunities as an
ex-serviceman. He also said there
might be grounds for aoDeal to

of the U.S. Court of Military Appeals,
an the "supreme court" in service

Robert O. Walker chief

the internal Security Office o:

the Panama Canal : Company,

was called to the United States

during the weekend by the sud sudden
den sudden death of his mother
Mrs. Walker, who resided 'In
St Mary's, Georgia, died Friday
in a Jacksonville, Florida, hos

pital.

Blasting by implication and all
but na ming Teamsters President
Dave Beck who was suspended
from the AFL CIO Executive

Board after a "Fifth Amendment"
appearance .before : t h e i Senate
Rackets Committee.. .Meany said

"no union big or small" would be, Senate Rackets Committee,

immune trom tne "watcnaoe

tactics ol labor's ethical practices

it ittee. ,.

problem head on without evasion trade union funds refusal to give

and with no attempts to sweep it

unaer ine rug," Meany said.
He said '.that the labor move movement
ment movement was against labor racketeer racketeering
ing racketeering no matter what form it took
"not just because it is bad for
the labor movement but primarily
because it is wrong." ; t 1

-tie said the At L CIO Ethical

an account of the stewardship of

those4 funds, while that may not
be against the law, it is against
the trade union law, and "tu one
has: ; the right to hold trade union
office ,who takes that position,"

Meany iaio.

t I

1. 1

In pledging that the trade unioa

."I feel confident that the Amer

ican trade union movement is go going
ing going to do its full part a little
more winning part in eliminat eliminating
ing eliminating corruption from the ranks of
laoor.V Meany said.' L
:"We have no intention of walf-

ing for the public- authorities' to

act in. oraer ,tnat we may act on
our own law of trade union ethics.
Whether the district attorney or
the grand Jury moves or. not, this
is still our jobj" hesaid,
"Complete-Frankness"

Meany, talking with : what he

called "complete frankness,'! said

ine most important problem fac facing
ing facing labor was that of "corruption,
racketeering, thievery, .fraud, em embezzlement
bezzlement embezzlement anything:' that -you

want to cau lt tnat exists in

some unions within our move

ment.". rf

"The tradition Of our movement

commands that we meet that

Practices Committee 'was not a movement would do its full part
agency set up to carry out the eliminating corruption, he said,
law having to do with trade union ''J nPe 0,1,1 th public authorities
ethic. He brought out, without w f n niucn sl in playing.,
mentioning Beck by name, salient theif Prt in connection with thia
points' in the testimony before the Problem to see to it that the laws

mil are on me statute dooks are
observed and that those who vio-

"Against Union Law";

late the laws' are punished."

"For instance' -iJMeany said,
."Borrowing money without i the
knowledge of the "membersbipand
without them being informed you
u u I :

uunuw auu wiiiium paying in interest
terest interest may not be against the law
of the land but it is againstt rade
union law. t c -.
"Buying property; as an Individ-

11 a 1 Anri 4-nnrt- TMnblnrt' m 1 lAiniAnl h ':;, '"i

as bead of that union that the u4 ?f??PNj, P 10

Reds Reopen Large

Are A-Ie$l$ Over!

LONDON April 10 (UP) Rus

sia has reopened a large area of

Soviet central Asia to western dip

lomats in a move which m a y
mean its .current series of nuclear

tests is over, official reports said

today,: : f : ;

. The ban on travel was imsosed

several weeks ago Extending over

jjijuiviiia v4.Muaio niiicv vl cen

tral Asia, a sparsely-populated a-

rea ideal for secret atomic tests.

During this period the Soviet U-

nion has set off at least three ru ru-clear
clear ru-clear explosions. Britain and the
United States disclosed the latest
yesterday. It took place Saturday,
iust three days after the last pre

ceding test was detected.

None of the tests bad been dis disclosed
closed disclosed sotlar bjf wsfaf f t

nion' will buy the property at an

exhorbitant profit to the individual

may not De against the law of il

legal but its against trade .union

law, - ,
"Taking the Fifth Amendment.

of course, is not illegal; But tak taking
ing taking the Fifth Amendment, on 'the

question of personal corruption i

Eden Undergoes Ilev
Laboralory Teslj; V
At Dosfon Hospital

Anthony Eden was riven new

laboratory tests today by Lahey
Clinic : physicians in an attempt
to' learn the cause of persistent
fever attacks which have en endangered.,
dangered., endangered., his health. .
i t)r- Richard B. Cattell, Lahey :
surgeon who operated on Eden

In 10.11 calH itrriii that Via

connection with; the handling of was ln?'no pain." He said "sev

eral 4ays" of tests will be nee
essary to diagnose the intestino

Illness Postpones

Sanity Hearing

'Mad Bomber'

NEW YORK, April 10 (UP)
The condition of : "Mad Bomber"
George Metesky, who is suffering
from an advanced case of pul pulmonary
monary pulmonary tuberculosis, today forced
postponement of another sanity,
hearing for him. ,::'' :. -'
Metesky, who terrorized the- city
for -It years with ; home-made
bombs, 'faced t'. charge in Kings:
County Court of bombing a movie

nouse. juage samuei .ueoowitz

rescheduled the hearing for Wed

nesday. r-' '".

The former wsterbury, Conn.i
machinist.' who plaited 32' bombs

in, public' plS eel in the city, will
br trasferred from Bellevue Hos Hospital
pital Hospital to- Kings County hospital

prior to Wednesday Hearing.
' Assistant District Attorney J.
Kenneth McCabe and Metesky's
attorney James D. C. Murray,
said the" bomber was physically

unable to appear in court. They
told Judge Liebowitj that Metesky

had suffered a lung hemorrhage

al illness which forced Eden ta
cut short a New Zealand vaca-
tion. : i'f ".;"i'T ,H-'M--:-;h-i
Dr; Cattell said ht Jrespect to f;
past difficulties with an inflam-matlon-,,
of his KcaloaU special
studies are planned." ., r r f
The New England VBaptlst i
Hospital reported' that tha 59-

year-old former.., Briti ; PHme I
Minister "Is active and. up and.

sdoui. in nis room, ana, nas wi-

erated the diet well."

recently.

B.ntain:StartsV;;v-"U;
Buildinq Atomic

SulrlMcbtlandYi
"L6ND6N,prtf.l
London newspaper said today
that Britain, had started building
its first 'atomic submarine at a
lonely ''research base in Scotland.
It was reported the vessel would

be modeled after the American

atomic submarine Nautilus nd
would cost an estimated S mil million
lion million dollars. ik- o :
its ; -eheines will be tested on

land for six months and then will
be dismantled and re-assembled -in
(he completed .hull, according

",'to the News Chronicle, t r. v ., .i-,5

KAN JAGutg KfUMN WYNX JUUE LONDON XMNNC OLBERT

NOTE: ROCK HUDSON PHOTOS WILL BE GIVEN
TO PATRONS TODAY ot the CENTRAL THEATRL

enlisted man. depriving,' him of

veterans' benefits. But his at

torney, 1st Lt. Charles Washburn,
said the case is not yet over "by

a long shot."
Washburn said he hoped to get

the dismissal terms softened or

to appeal the case.
Pirsr Officer Tried
The first commissioned ohicer

to be tried in the mistreatment
eases' here since the Parris Island
"death march' a year and a day
ago, Conroy pleaded guilty to one
of two specifications charging con conduct
duct conduct unbecoming an officer and
a gentleman.
Specifically, be was accused of
assaulting Pvt. David Lee Porter,
18, of Hartford, Vt, whose letter
home resulted ia a. series of
charges against pon-conunissioned
instructors. i
Conroy, knows as a "hard
charger" officer, waa in command
of the platoon involved. He was
accused of striking Porter after

the private testified against tbe

I drill instructor.

Deliberated M Mtartet

The seven-member Gener a! Tnfran Affr Hniire

Court Martial deUberated 50" anin- V. w,
tlS'Jl PLYMOUTH. New Za-
SESi.nd lofcSaS ,,n1- APrt (t-T) -A court today
1 m year. old Ted Zmili
E. Hunt, president ol the court, 2intU protejted. He said be

iniwuDcra v7 offered a heart attack ia the

street and stopped la tbe bar for

affairs

Sucb an appeal, Washburn In Indicated,
dicated, Indicated, would be based on wheth whether
er whether the law officer (judge) bad
instructed the court precisely as
to what a dismissal sentence
would involve.
After Conroy pleaded guilty to
the charge that he "dishonorably
struck" Porter about the head
with his hands, the prosecutor,
Ma j. Donald E. Holben of Jack Jack-on.
on. Jack-on. Wyo.. said he was authorized

to drop tbe other charge. It ac

cused Conroy of dishonorable be

havior before enlisted personnel.

Three defense witnesses praised

Conroy's efficiency as an officer.

But one. MaL Walter L Wil

liams of Boston, said i have
observed certain physical and
emotional characteristics" of this

young officer that I feel would be
to his advantage-under the stress
snd strain of combat, but might:
be a disadvantage under peace-!
time barrack conditions. He
called the attack OB Porter a

"temporary error,

lOl-Year.OIchVet

Nabbed For Nip-

some medicinal brandy.

"I thought a chap got tbe free freedom
dom freedom of the city when be reached

"to be dismissed, that s tt.

1 Conroy left for his home oa the
ba immediately after tbe sea sea-tenclng
tenclng sea-tenclng and went into seclusion

with his Wife and small laugntT, j.- t J870 Frarco-Prossiaa
refusing to make any comment war vetcraa taid. "Where's my
But Washburn said it possibly! freedom?"
would be five or six inooths be-j The judge gsve it te him on
fore the ease gets throegh various, condition he itsy out of pub
reviews by the Parris Islaadjwheo they are supposed to be
commander, the judge advocate i closed.

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