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PANAMA, S. r THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1957
Russian Charges t
Of PC Delay Said
Tn Be Suez Tactic
1 WASHINGTON," April .1 1 (UP) Soviet charge's 'that
the U, S. illegally detained three of its- ships at the Pan Pan-,ama
,ama Pan-,ama Canal it .regarded here M a maneuver to lay.the basis
f IforiSoyiet tactics In case the
back to the u.N. security council. ascorMmi,,iy ,Y.y.?wl
They pointed out that
Kisselev in Cairo has kept In close, touen witn cgypnarj
President Nasser in. regard to the talker Nasser has had
with U. S. Ambassador Raymond Hare about a formula
Tfof. merchant ships transiting
' They believed Kisselev 'las
constantly advised Nasser not
to yield on his plan for ahij
t going through the canal to
' make 1 in any way to con conform
form conform with the six principles
passed by the Security Council
"5 last October which was then
approved by Soviet Russia. ,;; :
. "should the talks between Nas Nas-4ser
4ser Nas-4ser and Hare break down. it .if
'considered likely here that the
United States would support any
tmove to teport this to the Se Security
curity Security Council pointing cut the
six principles were not taken in into
to into consideration by Nasser, and
'asking for further : instructor
J on the matter from the Council.
5 Such a move would "T!"
quest any condemnation of Nas Nasser.
ser. Nasser. However,, some European
I countries would like this.
i i' s of Canal Zone chil-t-
V i,i the United States
sVi. j will out away their books
tomorrow in preparation for tne
Easter holidays which start Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon and continue
through the Easter week-end. -f
No classes in" either the ele ele-'mentary.
'mentary. ele-'mentary. secondary,- or the Ca Ca-;
; Ca-; nal Zone Junior College will be
held from the close of the reg regular
ular regular school dar Friday until
Monday. April 2 the day fol following
lowing following Easter Sunday, -.when
classes will be resumed in all
grades. ' ; v
The only business on the
' school calendar are the entrance
svamlnnt.lnn for' edlloatlonftllv-
ttiualified non-United States citi
zens who wish to matriculate m
the Canal Zone Junior College
lor the next term as full time
-students. They will be held
Wednesday. April 17' In -Boom
304 of the college building -'
Most students were.- making
plans to accompany their par parents
ents parents on soring vacation .tribs to
i the Interior or other vacation
.soots on the Isthmus which are
available during the dry season.
Ycng Cay $ Ccay
RcDVcd Frcrn Pcol
; '. ;.V-'-.v-
The body of imidenlified
vn'in? colored boy. which was pul pul-1H
1H pul-1H out ftf th water. on th ixt
Viri of th R '-how rit wim-
ming pool ywterdiy. has been
snt to dor bus Hospital Morgue
for an autopsy. v. .' -r
A polire report from Cristobal
indicated that the drowning vic victim
tim victim wi between p tn 14 ars
old. He wis pulled out from a
tiepw oi sdoui eigni reel oi water
py Aiorrv nowe. a swimmer in
the pool, who applied artificial
V rcspiirviun uniu i ires. en irom
the Cristobal station arrived on
the scene. ,,.'
Tbey worked on the body with
a resus'citstor, but were unable to
revive me youtn, who wi pro-
t ouncea -aria at S.zs p.m.
Neither the eirevmstances nor
the time of drowning were known,
and police stated that aa invest!-
gauoa u conunuuig. ... -,
Hinted In London
1 LC-DCN, April 11 (VP) The
fereitn OHice 4 Hday that
an pp1 t the Secwrity Cewn-
. cil is "mt th pMsibHrtiet"
if the Citre netitiet fee a
But e iel(tmai 4 clinch t
. (tmrMnt farn rprtt that
Bntm n4 F rca h4 rticharf
armn t W ivnt ta
r f air M t,.t A, i
5uez oanai prppiem goB
Soviet Ambassador, fygenei
the 5uez wanai.
" This is because it would then
be easy, lor Soviet Russia to jus justify
tify justify its veto whereas a request
asking for Instructions would be
more difficult for Soviet Russia
toeto. ft '
Consequently tho informed
sources believed vthat Soviet
.Russia has purposefully sent
the protest: note- on Soviet
ships going through, 'the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal In an v effort to
charge United. States with
discrimination -' and to show
the United States feels at lib liberty
erty liberty to take any action ; con concerning
cerning concerning ;vthe Panama 'Canal,
but denies the same liberty o
''JSasseri'-..c-f'Vf LiV V,-:f ::H-:
' They aald such a move by So
viet Russia, in they Security
Council would, support Egypt s
discrimination against Israeli
ships transiting the Suez Canal
as well as-backing; Nasserls .Iree
hand to run the canal. 4
The sources also said, that the
riiraiiviiwi of an anoeal to. the
(Security Council for recommen
dations, II tne nasser-nare ws
break down, would probably take
r'a. nuttio. nuicklV'M merchant
stiips of some nations cannot be
Ciu.ttl, v.ij.e c : i ,i ta.-
nal under the i.ypuAn teims.,
','v': ( ""'-f-jr'A
Fcr Ex-Ccn Fcund t
TresQassing In CZ
. -A man who has served time In
nomhnn nimltentlarv today
vas found ullty of returning to
the Canal zone alter deporta deportation,
tion, deportation, but was given an 18-month
sentence suspended for a period
of five years, -. -re .vvi
The defendant. Socrates vas vas-Oues.
Oues. vas-Oues. appeared in US. District
Court at Ancon wearing pris prisoner
oner prisoner 's garb and a f ace mask.
(He is a tuberculosis case). Re
took the stand to testify that he
was picked up by a Canal Zone
policeman and arrested in front
of the Panama Legislative Pa
lacei v...;', -U
-Officer James A. Marchuk told
the court that he made bis ar arrest
rest arrest at the intersection of Tivo-
11 Avenue and the San Miguel
Crossing., He said that when he
first spotted the defendant
walking In the Canal Zone, and
recognized him as havln been
barred from reentering. Vasoues
covered his face with ah"d ah"d-kerchief
kerchief ah"d-kerchief and beean running to-
wrds Panama. .' i y '-:'
. Mprchuk left the poltce car in
which he was travpiun and
words.thft Sn M'Ttl Cr0s)ng
ye'ng nr wit to stop.-
The fiee'n vfl ttrd
he ttentlon of V Pnm o-
center tpotowc1" 'n trmt tf ie
A'thourb no' rnnt.on f wn
msHA its Viniiiw ftluiitf m nk.
berv In the Cnl 74nm. h v--t
pm'esi'n' r mn-.o.i.
robberv tb Canal Zone police policemen
men policemen who too- him w-t-
ooa ponce tatkn Wier v.
boa ponce station wber
cnirw witn returning after de-
Driven h Drugged
Two eases, one involving -as A-'
driving while under the influence
of drugs, were continued untill
Monday during today s pension in
the Balboa Uagistrafe's Court
-The woman. Marie P. Jacobs.
47, a Balboa housewife was in
Gwgi.- Hospital today, police
revealed. She is ehsreed with
driving on El Prado while under
the influence el "a certain narco narcotic
tic narcotic drug".
1 i m AfKr ftnlimisf inn
td a petit larceny charge sgainst a
IS-year-old rinaminun, Alber Alberto
to Alberto Gill. He is accused of stealing
a pair JL blue jeana. worth S3,
from Ewell Kni?ht under quarters
LSii-u Aee Te. in niiwi. )
Te j-mith h been in tirxlrrrn'
a tuTimilinn, Eal of t
a m te cie. 1
SENTENCED Marine Ll.
William conroyfof, New York
i City leaves ,the courtroom at
kParris Island, S.C., after being
ordered dismissed from the
Marine Corps for attacking a
Marine; private with- his fists,
Conroy had pleaded guilty at
the opening of his court mar mar-,
, mar-, tial. ' f v
Art Air 17rrf helicopter today
tsMi4a ninnar .-.the
UaU to Mandinga, on the coast
ot San Bias, to. searcn
Aiier c,a n. Eugene .'-Bergeron
.i v.. KaATv misslnn lor a
week since he set -out alone on
a hues to Manainga. -
The 56-ve"ar-old American em-
A .ir.ioLi- wii "I' d ul"
ed out-Thursday, aiueuoon Uom
"... t i,. ir. -.-iprrn Azul.-tO
to sMancingHr. ne
he would be.:away Jour- days,
but : hasn't, peen-. neard from
S iiellcQpteiSl piloted by
Capt. -.; Paul .Van eovenwas
scheduled to jcave a wirpp-ui"
ground party headd by
Robinson ot tne uihu
graphic Office at Eneida so. that
tv cnnid .. track down the
missing American.. !...
Yesterday, .iwq Array
... h.',,' On. in H-13
helicopter took Manuel A. Smith
of the Panama; Canal's .Hydro-
graphic Branch to tne1 sctuo sctuo-ment
ment sctuo-ment of El Jefe and thencefto
an estate .known as Eneida; a a-long
long a-long the trail to Mandinga. '.-
- Smith.,' who speans bpanisn
ncnti tub tnid bv residents
that Bergeron had spent Thurs
day nle-ht at Eneida; out nau
no additional information. ; :
WVian BprffBron set Out he
carried a fourday- food supply.
alungle tent, two macneies ana
two red flares.. His automobile
mi fminrf vesterdav at the spot
where he left it parked Thurs-
oay. ,". ':-' -j
Kprea AVHl Impose ;
5Wj To'lt Korea-
- 4' t'1-.. ;-
SEOUL; Korea, April 11 (UP)
TTnr.iirti Minister Cho Chung
Whan said today the navy of
the Republic of China win stop
British ship carrying goods to
Communist Worth Korea.'
Cho told ibe National Assem Assembly
bly Assembly that ther Republic of Korea
aisn wnuM anneal to the United
M.Hnni airatnst RHtjLin'a ft inn
In UitinRjts Dan on exports so
Uie ommunisv iibliuu.,
"If British merchant ships na
vigate. Korean waters toward
KnrtH Knm we will itOt) them
at all means and if necessary
will risk war." ne saia in re re-snonse
snonse re-snonse to ouestions from Assem-
bl members. 1 :t
But later when lawmakers
rhn If h reallv meant
Korea would "risk war" to en enforce
force enforce a blocksde- the Foreign
Minister muckly retracted the
"It was -1tt a rhetorics v fT fT-r)reFon.
r)reFon. fT-r)reFon. not mv true inten intention"
tion" intention" he mid. But h insist ed
Kore would impose a blockade
end h was barked rtp bv nevr nevr-al
al nevr-al Indeoendent and oopofdtlon
"Hier enTjhBslzed that the e e-nublic
nublic e-nublic of Korea retains the riiht
to preven b" fore any vessels
wing to North Korea. -.
Daa fn Lest Year
UNITED NATIONS. "Ti. Y.. Aoril
11 (lp rtag HamTiriVioM be be-?aq
?aq be-?aq th f fh r'r Cf hi fhre-yw
frrrn trcrr'jrT-E'nrrtl f( h
I'ntted Nation today. There-watj
Pi fr: -jr.
JAPAN WANTS to resume re.
latlons with' Panama, La Hora
reported today. -;.
The rep'ort said the Foreign
Office was in receipt of a note
from the r Japanese government
expressing the desire to resume
relations whicn were broken oti
in 1941 at the start j, of World
hi Dia reported that the For Foreign
eign Foreign Office was quietly faking
steps to make an inventory of
Japanese, Italian, and German
: holdings confiscated -' during'
the war,' with a view to return returning
ing returning same to their owners. ..
President Ernesto de la Guar-
dla Jr. plans to spend the week
end in the interior to take a look
at how work Is progressinar on
the Inter-American Highway
and visit the plants of several
Yesterday Mn de la Guardia
named veteran Panama news
man Gil Bias Tejeira as his prl
vate secretary,., to replace Alfon
so Herrera y franco who has
taken leave to serve as executive
secretary of .-the seventh fan-
American Roads Congress which
will be held here in August, t ;
District ; Attorney Francisco
Alvarado received an anonymous
letter today berating him v-for
oraermg uie arrest or attorney
Nicolas C. Perer on charges : of
renderinsf false testimony.
The typewritten letter, which
came from the 'Black Hand"
society did not threaten Alvara Alvarado.
do. Alvarado. but i called him all sorts of
dirty names. M;iJtivfr
vrcin, uinuwnue, tcycuv-
ant" oyer announcing he had
new ieaas to tne isa nresiaen
tial assassination. .; ; v
- The attorney said he had ne
intention of lying or conceal concealing
ing concealing the truth but had. been be besieged
sieged besieged by newspaper and radio
people who are ef the Opinion
that he is concealing some-.j'-'-cJ'
ft- : ; ...Kt
j i sworn t '' t 're
two New York gangsters in the
assassination of President Re-
mon and the Panamanian citi citizenship
zenship citizenship papers of one William
Campbell, which he presented as
evidence, has led to a large
scale investigation of the issu
ance of false baptismal certifi
cate by non-existent churches.
- National Guard t executive
secretary. Lt. CoL Carlos Are Are-semens
semens Are-semens complained today that
despite many notes and de detailed
tailed detailed instructions, National
Guard personnel have been
unable to figure out the
"muddled" new house and street
numberlnr srstent. -u-A
f Arosemena said the guards
still continue to use the old sys
tem, which they find more prac
ticaf. The system is now being
studied by the Panama Munici
pal council, V "v"! 'iA
5 Former Laborers:
01 Tropical Painty
Sue For Bsiclc Pay ?
Five former, laborers of the
Tronic- Paiat Corananv today hi
ed a complaint in U.S. District
Court at Ancon asainst the Com
oe ich they claim ewes tnem
12.764.56 for back pay. -
In their suit they charge tnat ine
paint company, a contracting firm
oneratini in the Canal Zone, fail
ed to comply with a judgment
nama awarding them the amount
for which they are suing,
Thev claim the ludcment was
entered m Jan. 2, 1SSA, and that
the Tropical Paint Company has
failed to pay them for their ser services.
vices. services. -' :- .'''' :
-The plaintiffs in the case ere:
Emilio Achille, Mario Palacio, Sa
muel Bachelor, Fiorencio Arose
mena and Fits P. Galloway. They
being represented by David A.
Held At Gamboa
The'is-faot ; banana beat
Yvonne which sank Monday
near the La Pits Signal Sta Station,
tion, Station, was refloated yesterday
after patches ef heavy canvas
were made and attached te
tbe hole in her hew.
- Small pumps are being used
te aeep eat tbe seepage, and
the vewel is being held at tbe
Dredging Division pier in
Gasabea pendinr an Investiga Investigation
tion Investigation ef the accident.
Crhrtobil Port Capt C 8.
Hutchings ts expected U e te
Gaeabea Umerrow te deter
mine tbe seaworthiness el the
Owner RoeaeveH Febnm
put vp tha neravary foi te
rrr MlTaie and repair ep ep-e
e ep-e (a'.iona
1 4f;A' 7;: rl!Si"''vV
Despite Employers' Squawlcs
Local 907 Will Organize
CZ Contractors Employes
William Sinclair, union' organ
izer, said today that he was go going
ing going ahead with, plans to form a
new union, of all contractors'
employes and those working for
private firms In the Canal Zone
despite aoparentj protests voiced
dv tne companies -
Sinclair. who is 'international
representative of. the American
Federation of State. County and
Municipal Employes AFL-CIO
said today: v
.' "Antittme fTie employers ob-;
jecf to a union and, say- their:
. workers don't need one. that's
the time thev need it most.
.Representative of shipping
and oil companies' as well : as
contractors who operate in the
2one were vociferous In their
protests "Tuesday when; notified
of Sinclair's Intentions. -. 1
' "'We're glad to-see this reac reaction,';
tion,'; reaction,'; Sinclair said today, "be
cause then we know how; impor
tant the union will be." : ; ;
He added that, he was going
ahead 'witlj nlan to secure a
meeting place In the, Canal Zone
ror a round-table discussion
which. n ,1a ,. eaJlin's'. with the
contracting end private -firms.
. He said that arrangement are
now beinpwunpleted, and letts
lnvlMng;the employers to .the
meeting are being sent ut.?p
LOS;iANGELES;: April V 11
tuf ) -u. Four men were sched scheduled
uled scheduled to be arraixned in Superior
Court : today f or r. the gasoline
Domoing oi a Los Angeles neigh,
borhood bar which- took six
lives. ; -v ; ".' y
"The men were Indicted bv the
county grand Jury on six counts
of murder and one of arson yes yesterday
terday yesterday following four hours: of
testimony by Ji witnesses, manv
of whom were id the Club Mecca
shortly before', midnight, last
Thursday when a tan of gasoline
was sloshed into the bar and ig ignited.,
nited., ignited., f -' f
: Names in the Indictments were
Clyde Bates,, Sfl, an ex-convict
and the man -suspected of hurl hurling,
ing, hurling, the gasoline;, Manuel Cha Chavez,
vez, Chavez, 25,-suspected of throwing a
laming wad of paper on the ex explosive
plosive explosive fuel, Oscar Brenhaug, 54.
and Manuel Hernandez, both of
whom admitted being with Bates
ana unavez. .
- Witnesses had positively iden identified
tified identified the four men ss having
been in the bar -shortly before
the flaming explosion and said
they were thrown out for using
vile language- and bothering a
woman patron. i
Detective Sgt Vie Little said
Brenhaug and Hernandez ave
omcers statements in wnicn
they said they sat in a car while
Bates and Chavez went to the
bar with tbe can of gasoline.
.Five men patrons and a wait
ress were burned to death in the
blast and fire while three others
suffered burns. Barbara Sninelll
was reported sUIl in critical con condition
dition condition at General Hospital from
burns over 90 per cent of her
body. - -.i:
AtrRICA5 TAlfKtR PFXIVTR5 CIL TO ISRAEL Israeli troor marl a machine gun on the
,hrr tv,, Ajnericsn tarkr Kent K;;'. lies In the Guif of Aoaba off Elath. IreU aftr
throuth tbe rr',!t atraits of Tlrsn and the Gulf of Aaaba, The vessel pnmpea
Hi j tr ct tresis S4i Um va:errr5r.t storage Ucls.
Sinclair has recently returned
from Mexico where he confer conferred
red conferred with officials of ORIT re
garding the formation of the
new chapter of Local 907. cover
ing employes of private compa
nies -and contractors, operating
on tbe Canal Zone. '.,
Lucho Will Play
On High Seas
Passengers who sailed yester yesterday
day yesterday for the United States aboard
the Panama Line's cnstooai,
and friends who came to see
them off, bad an unexpected
treat a two-hour concert in the
Veranda K Cafe by Panama's
famed musician. Luis (Lucho
Azcarraga. j ,''--''H' ?- 1
5 Azcarraga! who is-en route to
the States for a brief Visit, ar arrived'
rived' arrived' aboard ship, with his elec electric
tric electric organ and members of his
musical group. v i
Azcarraga will play, for the
Cristobal's i passengers on the
trip north and will also give
concerts on the-southbound trip
of the same ship, scheduled out
of New Vork on May 24. ;'-
7fdrro! ona of Psrmrna's
I. t i ...
cri'TUintd U: -A. lwi-
mians and toumt visitors and
for several years has been a reg regularly:
ularly: regularly: scheduled attraction at
the Hotel El Panama. He plays
a number v of musical instm instm-ments
ments instm-ments but Is most popular as an
organist. Two recent Azcarraga
records of typical Panamanian
music have been a popular suc suc-cess.
cess. suc-cess. :.: J. ".(. -v-,,. -;.;,;.
SalfsUS Ailache :
Ousfed By Hungary
NICKELSDORF. Austria. April
11 (UP))- Capt. Thomss R. Glea-
son, assistant U.S. military at attache
tache attache to Communist H uoearv,
reached Austria today on his way
nome following expulsion on
grounds -of "open espionaee."
Gleason., of Urbsna. III., had
been declared "person non gra
ta" last Monday and given 48
hours to leave Hungarian ternto ternto-Reached
Reached ternto-Reached this Austrian highway
border checkpoint after crossing
the Austro-Hungarian border at
10:33 a.m. -. r
Gleason. won was wearing a
grey civilian coat, told reporters
that the Hungarian charges were
They (chare) were typical
examples ef Ming e bif lie t
at eemeene out ef the country,"
he aeid. I
Gleason refused to make any
further comment on the cast un
til be had "delivered a report to
Glem was accompanied by
Mrs. Gleason and their three chil
dren Diane, .Thomas 4. and Bet-
iv Manr. one month old.
After the formalities of the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian checkpoint Gleason left Hie
kelsdorf by car for. Vienna.
PC Tug Gatun Bringing
BsbsbM eseaaa. m r V A
To Explosives Anchorage
.The Panama Canal tug Gatun began the danger dangerous
ous dangerous job of towing the British motor vessel Hopejlange
carrying a highly flammable cargo of soy beans, to the
explosives anchorage in Balboa in the early afternoon to today.
day. today. , ?
A fire which started in the engine rodm of the 6171 6171-ton
ton 6171-ton ship ajid raged for 15 hours, was finally brought un under
der under control at4 p.m. yesterday through the) combined ef efforts
forts efforts of Navy and Panama Canal firefighting crews.'
? An investigation of the extent of the damage will be
conducted by the Lloyd's surveyor in Balboa after the ship
is anchored at the explosives anchorage.'
S? ; The .holds where the 9000-tori cargo of soy beans art
stored are still sealed, Partama Canal sources said today.
Although; the fire has been extinguished, they said' that
all precautions will be taken. ,1:
The construction of the
ship, and the fire which was
biasing, in the engine room,
present a set of circumstances
similar to that on the Nov
wegian ship LlshOlt which ex exploded
ploded exploded in Balboa, killing
Panami -Canal chemist and
four others and seriously
tail was to lcav.- Balijoa at 11
a.m. and proceed to the Hope
Range., Aboard the tug : were
Capt. P.; B. Graham and Chief
W. E. Jones of the Balboa Fire
District representatives of Wll Wll-ford
ford Wll-ford and McKay, agents for the
ship, and some members of the
crew., . .
At press timer renorts mat"
cated that Capt. W, 8inclalr,
skipper of the 430 ft. long ves vessel,
sel, vessel, his chief steward and
third mate, as well as .Pana .Panami
mi .Panami Canal chemist Leonard
Gordon were aboard, the Hope
Thirty members of the crew
of the Hope Range who were
raacnad at aea bv the 8panlsh
tralnlner schooner Juari Bebaa-
tlin de Elcano yesterday,; were
taken to the Corozai vmaran-
On Anthony Eden
BOSTON. April 11 (UP) La La-hey
hey La-hey Clinic surgeon Richard B.
Cattell said today doctors will
decide "shortly" whether to op operate
erate operate on Sir Anthony Eden.
CatteU's mid-morning bullet bulletin
in bulletin ton the former British Prime
"The studies are being com completed
pleted completed and final consultations
are being arranged for Friday.
"There is no present evidence
of inflammation of the colon
nor ts there evidence of any
source of fever other than from
the bile duct
A decision relative to the ad advisability
visability advisability for an operation will
be reached shortly."
Cattell would not elaborate on
tinS Rtat.tnn nanfUnof inalmi.
tions from the owners. r
The British ship, was en Tout
to Japan from Baton Rnuea.
ine lire broke out in: the.eiw
gine room Just after the- ship
had competed ber; southbound
tean;;r ';-;Y;'l v
stv I .iu' -ao... in inland
land inland ytriiaay,- remained on tiie
scene ..'.;-' ...
i caicraay .assistant Fori cap-
will, Juuier t. ADDOH. uaiDoa
Fire District Chief W., E. Jones,
Capt p.x Graham, and three
Panama Canal chemists Donald
B. Tribe, Herman E. Batson and
Leonard Gordon .' were at the
scene of the flrev -,
Sel Free :
By Great Britain
After 138-Year Rule
LONDON. April 11 (UP)-L-Brit-
aln alniari a nlriira tsifaw irmm.
Its key Far Eastern, Naval .Base
of Singapore' from colonial rule.
The agreement, signed by
British' and Singapore authori authorities,
ties, authorities, guarantees an end of 13
years of British rule as soon aa
fiingapore dtisens elect their
first representative Parliament
under a neWjConstitution,.--.
-The agreement was signed
with full ceremony In Lancas Lancaster
ter Lancaster Hbuse where counties BrU
lsh treaties nave been complet
ed oeiore. - i ..
Lim Yew Hock. Sineatvire's di
minutive Chief Minister, was the
first to sign the massive docu document
ment document which combined the a a-greement
greement a-greement with a detailed report
of the negotiations which be began
gan began here March 11. .-;
"It has been a conference of
kits ana uie. um saia. we
are haony now it is all settled."
Outside Lancaster House ex excited
cited excited Malayan students chanted
"Merdeka Merdeta" Malayan
Coffee Queen Feces
Flesla In Honfreai
MONTREAL. April 11 (UP)
Mayor Jean Drapea and repreaeo-
tatives of Latin-Amencaa c e a-
tries Kheduled a fast roune t
sightseeing and receptions today
for ls-year-oid Anauda Alfaro. Pan-
American "coffee queen acting as
goodwill envoy for U caffee-ore-
Tbe cark-baired charmer from
Panama City arrived by plaoe
from fcw York .shortly before
AidBigM and pJaas te fly to Te-
fr ? -
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S out a powdered milk product in competition to our own inaus-
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reconstituted milk. I am told this "milk is made with powaereo
, imiiir nrarpr onri fat. and is bottled to trv to disguise it. One
t th!, nmriiipf nnri vnn will know it is not fresh milk
'.'w innir nnnfirmR. that, it is n. irrainv mixture that sticks to the
I incMo nf t.vu hnttip. unon emptying. However, the least that
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BUNGLING OF RUSSIAN SHIP
T4. I. visf enmricinff that. K.ilSKiH. IS maxS-inK Ut&UAtAl Ul
foolish bungling in handling her ships through the CanaL The
latest insult was capped when erstwhile enemies or the United
States and propagators of two world wars Fa I mean Ger Ger-mans
mans Ger-mans hung over the side of their ship taking pictures oi the
Russians who .had been relieved of their cameras for "security"
""Remembering that the Russians were our allies and fellow-
nrAHu lira- TT iVila fiKsnrii
But' it is not -surprising that Russia should attempt o twist
this stupidity into a major issue ior uer ----she
would like very much to have control oyer the Panama
Canal. And I am sure she would back any "nationalization
Vdtoenpinam" would face the fate of Hungary and other
atelUte naUons. e ftnd & much lure
for Panama to fall into that trap. ...rt(
Panama knows that her future lies in the wlidarlty the
Americas She will not be the one to bring about her own de destruction..
struction.. destruction.. UVa Grow ,jp
WASHIIGTON (NEA) U. S.
ground forces In Korea will be
built up .and re-equipped with mod'
ern weapons some time within
tie next is months or two years.
The exact method or timing
have not yet been decided on. But
the move will definitely be made,
it has been learned from authori authoritative
tative authoritative sources.
Contrary vo general opinion, the
delay in modernizing U.S. forces
in South Korea to match the Com
munist build-up- in North ; Korea
has not been -due to any feeling
that the United Nations must a
bide religiously by every letter
and command of the 1953 Korean
The Red build-up north oi the
cease-fire line and buffer zone has
given every justification for a
matching .reorganization -of forces
in the south.
The dealy in modernizing U. N.
forces under American high com command
mand command in South Korea has been en entirely
tirely entirely a problem of logistics. Mod Modern
ern Modern weapons aren't being produced
fast enough td give them to ev
erybody, all at once. This is the
Profile in Courage
It's true that commy prices are "f V; J
hv nennv. This makes no one nappy, mwuuiR
primTbeef (no pun intended) is directed not so much, to rising
CMts as to dwindltag stocks c0nRT'atulatIng myself that
I had but five items on my shopping list. I,should have known
Ihn?h -cessful in
l WCUj,t lS6case some of the commy moguls are listening the
itemWiuldn't geT? finish," according to the sales gjrl
were; a package of frozen ftcallops: erasers (the kind that flt
on nencilssa lar of Danish caviar: some easter cards (The
S."?--; prt.,flnish." th-v "don't come.")
! And rnase'omeWellr -sufferers are curious as to wn i
Jtf l?i tn h'"it a. lar ofttartir sauced Som fun,4
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DEATH IS THE AFTERNOON
i horse -'drop dead at the Jockey Club on Saturday
J,1 .tfM to hire a first-class
eteffiun to examine rick houses and not allow them to run
when on their last letrs. A Horse Lover
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THE U.S. ARMY is now reorga reorganizing
nizing reorganizing all its ground forces. The
19 Worlds War Il-Jype triangular
divisions are being converted into
17 of the new pentagonal divisions,
trained for atomic and missile
warfare. In this process each of
the old divisions of about 18,000
men is being cut down to ?ia,3uu
men. ', ,.
. There are two of the old une
divisions in Korea the 24th and
the 7th. The sad fact is mat mey
ara at 1 MiuioDed witn weapons
which are no longer being piodue-
nd in Quantity because tney are
The army would like to rotate
thaca divisions. Tne oniv way n
can be done is to replace them
with npwlv trained divisions equip-
nri with modern weapons. The
problem is that reassignment of
ii.inn tn Korea must wait
en the supply and training of all
divisions with tne new ,weapuiio.
When the time comes ior mak making
ing making the switch, the liberal inter interpretations
pretations interpretations which the Communist
forces in North Korea have 'ap 'ap-.
. 'ap-. aWiVU 13-D of the armis
tice agreement will be used by the.
United States. ..
. The Communists Simpiy. weewsr
ed that the weapons ,vwhica were
used in the Koreart war are now
obsolete., In rotating troops, tne
Reds then moved in units armed
with new weapons.. Rotation of up
to 85,000 men a- month u autfroru autfroru-ed
ed autfroru-ed b the armistice, agreement.
...'. i-'nTtn (Tifrt !' at li-
Careful timing is or course
tv, a will have to be pre
sented to America s
rea and to the United Nations, to
gat their formal approval. The n
the -transfer can. be Announced to
r.f. .n'mii at Panmunjom
KotaUon of xearmed and moder modernized
nized modernized American ground Jto"" :
to Korea can be bandied without
any formal repuaiauun- ui f
i mw hnlieved.'
A, Secretary of State John Fos
ter Dulles, told nis press
ence, the United State does not
Sit wise to treat-the whole
JJl void. North Korean
CiolaUons of the armisUce egrce-
i i ,i V i H w l t : t S'im 1 H
y aiw aiAHOM
WASHINGTON A little-notic-1 The Democrats nrido thoh.
ed dui vitauy mpoiiaat incident seives oi ueiuu tue cnamDio.rs nf f
took place on the Senate floor the little business and the comr-oa )
ptner flay. it occurred in full view man. Only six of them however. A
were wuimg 10 stana up aa be I
countea: xauscne ot umo, MeNa MeNa-mara
mara MeNa-mara of Michigan,-Humphrey, of
jttutiesotU, va.wV-,-u .twhaao,
Neuberger and Douglas.' Three R
pUbiicans also raised their hands;
Javits of New York, Aiken and
While Williams and Douglas (
made repeated pleas ior a r o 1 1. I
their,call vote, Senators Long," Kerr, i
I Carlson and Dirxsen. toeeher with I
Tha in.tlftnrltf nmtuioA 'WAV tint! T.irflfan s Tnhnenn )mn.il ..n...J 'f
necessaruy to vote against i n e
oil companies, but to record, 'he
vote either for or against oil.
But 17 Senators ducked out,
didn't want the public to knew
how they voted en oil.'
i r When you couple this with the
hundreds fit thousands of dollars
; dumped into the Presidential
! and Senate campaign last year.
ttf indicates a political c'rcie f
1 great importance to the Ame'i-,
'can people. i t
; The circle' eoes round .ind
round, like this; "The oil men cet
of the Press naileries, but verv lit
tle appeared in the newspapers a a-bout
bout a-bout it. -v -
Two Senators, first a Republi Republican.
can. Republican. Williams of Delaware: then a
Democrat, iJougias ot Illinois,
tried to get -a rod-call vote on a
move to reduce the tax.: conces concessions
sions concessions given to the big oil and gas
companies.; iney could not get e
ven iu senators to raise
cn the Senate floor, urging 'col
leagues to keep their hands down.'
Afterward Kerr confided to Char
lie Murray, son of the elder-state-man
Senator from Montana: ."If
they'd got a roll call, the opposi opposition
tion opposition could have rolled up 40 votes
against us." , 4
ay 'ps," he meant the oil com- i
panies. Kerr,' through his compa-
of oil-gas lands en which he has
received a gross income as high i.
Ss $14,000,000. In 1950. his net wat
$1,218,627, on whicn his company.
ax concessions.' ny, use ine paw a tax:1 at. oniv srj.y4y-.fi a.1 a
money thev save on taxes tn elect result of cpnerou iiv hifii.
-fIl Al' iAnJa Ha. CAMofAtlli AJ tkal.1 avivr! d-l .Jl i J..
ujc'a uicMua as ovuatwi mu Micir B'TCU wiv on ujuuistrj-',
jj NEAUerrice, lite,
Walter Winchell l it New York
Not generaUy understood is the
fact that there are more disadvan disadvantages
tages disadvantages to repudiating the
than there ara to keeping it. Aft After
er After aU, the armistice has stopped
the shooting for nearly four years.
It has preserved a neutral mm,
to whicn there kHVAf
nor violation from fame to time.
IP THE UNITED STATES and
United Nations abrogated I the ar ar-mUtice
mUtice ar-mUtice on the theory
CommunisU had vioUted it, North
Md South Korea might soon be
at each other's throaU and re restart
start restart the war.
""addition tt general-misunder-
standing over this ""o";,,1
Communist build-up to North Ko Korea
rea Korea is believed to have been ex exaggerated.
aggerated. exaggerated. Best intelligence esti estimates
mates estimates are that the two sides now
ha" "bout 700,000 troops apiece.
South Korea has been matchedby
Bod Chinese withdrawals Butboth
North and South Korean forces
have been strengthMied. The
main difference is that North Ko Korean
rean Korean forces have been given more
armor and artillery.
Th woblem of modernizing the
South Korean army as not Deen
-faced up to as yet. Tne prmcxp-
reason is shortage w.-
PSouth Korea bis one wing of
88 leu. They may get a second
wing If and when enough Korean!
pilots esa be trained to fly them.
Boring the war the United States
had 1.000 planes In Korea. Most
have bow fciea withdrawn to Fifth,
Air Force bases Japan. i
UftgtheBing of North Korea air
strips is not considered an armts armts-tiee
tiee armts-tiee violatioa. But bttild-cpjf North
Korcaa air strength of 700 pUaes
aalf of titeas Jet is a violation.:
THE BROADWAY .SHOW
Eugene O'Neill dominates the
show season. His "Long Day's
Journey Into Night will be follow
ed by "A Moon i or The Misbegot-
:;n" and a musical version of
'Anna Christie". .. -. Ed Wynn's
new happy career: A. series of
ton-flight .dramatic ; performances
via .movies and teevee. It couldn't
happen to a more talented artist
. .Audrey Hepburn's return to
the song and dance department
(in "Funny Face" with Fred As As-taire)
taire) As-taire) is a .Broadway, must.- She
once was a chorine in the, London
version, of "High Button-. Shoes.,"
Astaire appeared in the Broad
way production of 'Funny Face"
30 years ago It.,, Belafonte's
versatility is showing; again. He
composed the- background music
hr the np:om!,,j picture, "Troop
er Hood". '.. It tooK Kodgers a
Hammerstein. 7 months to prepare
the bo and song wordage for
''Cinderella." The score had 13
ditties. .The man who bears the
aweso. '"respt, sibility for discor.
(ring and eveloping Elvis Presley
is Steve Sholes, the RCA.- Victor
exec- r 1 ; "''Js-''
Prince Charming of "Cinderel "Cinderella,"
la," "Cinderella," Jon Cypher, was jobless ma many
ny many months before that Big Break.
His previous i experience was bit
rotes in 3 i v oramas. .wiiy cen
ter's reprise of "Brigadoon" at attracted
tracted attracted more rave notices than
were bestowed on the original pro
duction. v Jill Corey's; new plat
ter. "Make Lit A Bunny, Hon-
has the sassiest lyrics.
Days' epic. Todd's iierformance,
piaymg himself, was genuine.
He must be very wealthy. When
he purchases cigars in anight
club he tips $5. v .Esther Williams
doesn't Mve to dunk herself for
a living. She is proprietor of a
defense plant, several restaurants
and much realty,' A brainy, beaut.
. Z. Vh. tlnited States plen-Jey," has the .ssssiest iyncs. -'dose-d that he. winces wnen, caueo
ment give the Umted bwtes p oferin. o,, other). .nice; guy'', w Irony:, "Designing
The Quii rage may' be on the
wane, according to Sponsor Maga Magazine,
zine, Magazine, which reports that six quiz quiz-zers
zers quiz-zers lost their sponsors in the past
six months. .How much does a
singer earn when he sells a mil
lion records? About $30,000. .. -,
Jayne Mansfield gets her name
in the papers by uttering commu communiques
niques communiques like this: "I got. to an as as-troloeer
troloeer as-troloeer because it is much cheap
er than consulting a psychiatrist'.'
. : .Christopher MorleyJ who just
passed, was v prolific at., literary
lace, but one of his most quoted
lines was: 'High heels were 'in 'invented,
vented, 'invented, by girls who had been
kissed on the forehead''. ? ,xne
Sid Caesar show costs $190,000 per
week.- .The film, "Paris Does
Such Thines." "wastes the 'talent
of Inerld Bergman. The abuse of
it in this alleged entertainment is
almost criminal. .bopnia xoren s
real name is Sofia Scieolone. bhe
has has contracts to keep her bu
sy until 1960. :-, -,
Hed Lamar,, lovely as ever.
demonstrated a gift for comedy
on Coma's casual carnival. Look
Ma 0axfn' niece about him dis
-'closed that he. winces when, called
evening was one of nis breeziest woman"., is the best picture pro pro-and
and pro-and funniest, A satire on M. duced by Dore Schary, who lost
Todd's "Aroun-" The World in 80 1 his MGM job several months ago
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. ."The Joker,'. a casualty In
Washington, is the 4th Broadway Broadway-bound
bound Broadway-bound rhow this Season to perish
in the tryout towns. Henry Fon Fonda
da Fonda launched his stage career as a
straight an for Imogene Coca. .
Anna Magnani's energy storing
secret: She often slumbers 24
hours Never i surrender, children
Katharine Hepburn was fired from
two 'Broadway plays before she
clicked. .Another Brad of Teevee
Univ. is : Anthony Perkins, now
riding the crest.. .Ejjication ain't
everything: Disney quit' school in
the 9th grade. v 4 ,.
Heartening te learn' Ezle Pin Pin-so,
so, Pin-so, plans returning te' the feet feet-lights
lights feet-lights soon. Jose .Ferrer once
described Plhra as "the least,
eompiiceted man I've known. If
a psychiatrist got him te lie on i
Director Elia rCien?.ha the)
atrangesf nicknames Most
chums call him Cadge. Sir Lau Laurence
rence Laurence calls him Pasha. Nobody
calls him Elia. ."LIT Anber
star Edit Adams Is one of the
most underpaid on Broadway,
But she can afford to be a
backer ef "Damn Yankee". Vv
Sinatra lists hi self es "a barl barl-tone"
tone" barl-tone" In Who's Who Judy Holli.
day, whose passions include eat eating,
ing, eating, must count calories. She
groans: "I liurry -past restau restaurants
rants restaurants th- way reformed dips,
maniacs rush past aaloons'Vc
Those bronze-filled, gold-plated
Oscars are valued at $100 each-
man as President. Then their Sen-
a tors cooperate by voting for con
tinued tax concessions."
1 Little of this,1 however,- was re recorded
corded recorded for. the public to read and
anew aDout. t
Here is; the full story of what
.HONEST TAX CHAMPION
: Williams is a stanch Republican
turkey farmer and feed dealer
who, coming from the DuP o n t
state of Delaware, could not easi easily
ly easily be elected if he were not a
conservative.' He had been waging
i long-time campaign for honest
taxes and honest tax collection.
For a time, he got some sup support
port support from Secretary of the Trea Treasury
sury Treasury Humphrey, who stated pub publicly
licly publicly that the 27V4 per cent deple depletion
tion depletion allowance given the oil indus industry
try industry was too much.
Before-the corporate tax bill
came up for renewal last week,
therefore, Williams appealed to
Humphrey to support a reduction, i
Humphrey declined. Williams ev-
A Senator; who has a BaCkat.
book interest in, any legislation
Is net supposed to vote on t, let
alone lobby; But Kerr was buy
.a a brd-d?g blocking any roll
call en the ) depletion aow.
. enee. y
Kerr's lobbying Was" hichl nft.
cessful. Only jiine Senators voted f
ior a rou can. ine so-called liber- ,'
al Senators who either weren't
pieseu u.' dutiAtiJ incmued:
Murray and Mansfield of Mania-
na .the, tatter- beingahe Democra Democratic
tic Democratic whip; Magnuson and Jackson
of Washington; Morse of Oregon;
(ireen and Pastore of Rhode Is-
laa; Heumngs auo iymington of
Missouri; Sparkman nd Hill of
Alabama; Kepnedy- of Massachu Massachusetts;
setts; Massachusetts; -O'Mahoney of -.Wyoming;
cott of North Carolina; arid Gore (
Thoueh Gore was m inn an t na
roll call, he did a. great service
to the country by carefully recording-
the recent contributions of
the big oil companies.
v Sere J8 P,rt th o oll call;
The Rocxef ellor m)l m fitan.
ertheless moved in the Senate to dard Oil $152,000 to Ike; the ew
Mr. Brvnner lent halit If ka
let his hair grow he'd be brunette
(.anunuas is the Highest naid
movie star. His yearly loot ex exceeds
ceeds exceeds a million dollars. .S t a n
Jtrenerg s, travesty of "The Bias
na Boat Sons" is an iminiU
thlflg. Jean McC alien, the
oiouue uazzier on tne f ageant cov cover,
er, cover, is-quite a BaL She owns a
sportswear bis (complete with fae'
tory i ana a ueveriv Hi la ahnn
Desi Arnaz still has his old band
from the nightspots... They do the
background tunes for the "Lucy"
series. .Sid .Caesar has joined
the field grumping about teevee
ratings, accordina to a Nawawwek
thesis. .Add good new sones:
Love's A Hurtina nma". Tl.
evislon'S rigorou. demands: Fifty
hours of dsnce rehearsals go into
Ray Bolger's one-poverty seem ar artistic.
tistic. artistic. .New. word for some TV
Florence Eldridge retired 1
years ago. It took O'Neill's cur-
rent bit to get her back. The re result;
sult; result; of her clicki Many, offers
from Hollywood and" Broadway
plays.". .Carroll ("Baby Doll")
Baker's kid sister, a teen ager,
hopes to make it, too. Just applied
to the Actors' Studio, .Orchids
to Buffalo's Hotel Weatbrook
(which stars-Paul Castle's rich
voice at its Coral Room stfrtina
.tonight. His tones, belong on re-
wiuiugs ana me rreiwoms, too. .
Tito Puente is the hottest of t he
Latin maestro. Voted king of the
mambo and cba-cba in 16 differ different
ent different surveys. A few years sgo he
was an unknown arranger for De De-si
si De-si Arnaz. .Poor Godfrey, slam slammed
med slammed hard by Paul Douglas, who
never even worked for him! .
Kazan thinks be has another com comer
er comer in Lee Remick, who debuts in
his film, "Face In The Crowd."
She is not from the Actors' Stu Studio.
dio. Studio. He spotted ber while viewing
a Pob Montgomery TV progrsm.
. -Dame Sybil Tbomdike, who
plays Sir Laurence Olivler's mater
in "The Prince And the Show Showgirl
girl Showgirl movie, "discovered aim ia
a eoDege play and got him a i s
first legit rele. ; .Mrs. Waher S!e S!e-zak
zak S!e-zak (nee Johanna Vaa Rijn) is a
deseeodsnt ef Rembrandt. .The
avenues of success are etranre
and diverse. Walter Lord, author
of best-sellers "Night t Remtrn Remtrn-ber
ber Remtrn-ber and "Day of Infamy, begaB
bia earecr trying to be a song songwriter.
writer. songwriter. He wrote the words te a
ditty that became famous around
Ik. B, WajI
reduce the 27V per cent taa bo
nanza to Ifi per cent. He got no-
wnere. j ,
So two fellow Republicans, Aik Aiken
en Aiken of Vermdnt. and Potter of Mich
igan,; gave him whispered advice
to -ry a compromise at 20 per
cent.. He did so. But a road of
negative votes drowned this pro proposal
posal proposal too. .
Those leading the "lie" chef,
us were Oenocr ats L v n d t n
Johnson of Texas, great frind
"f th Oil lobby, Russell Long
; Louisiana, whe. ewn undorw'
ter ell lands in the Oulf ef Mex Mexico;
ico; Mexico; and Prank Carlson (Kens.)
with Everett Drksen fiil.v Re.
publicans. ... Y, k
Williams then tried for a show
of hands to get a roll-call vote to
require senators' names to be re-'
corded for and against the oil
comoanlea. Hm ant nnlr f n r
I hands; Douglas (111. :. .Neuberier
(Ore.J, Democrats; with Aiken
and his own (Williams') hand,
Then Douglas,', a former econo economics
mics economics professor at : the University
of chicaeo and.a tax exnert. on.
posed a further compromise. He
Urged that little oil 1 companies
with a net income of less than $1, $1,-000,000
000,000 $1,-000,000 be allowed the full 77
per cent tax benefit. J
Companies with a net Income
ef $1,000,000 to $5,000,000, he pro
posed, should get 20 per cent al allowance,
lowance, allowance, r'l'v :':
Companies making more than
$5,000,000, he moved, should get
15 percent. ''
This, however, was also roared
aown. democratic leader Lyndon
Johnson ledjthe chorus.
. POCKETBOOK SENATOR
v Then Douglas asked for a roll roll-call
call roll-call vote. He needed 10 hands.
family of Sun Oil $2i,00O to Ike:
ine meuon family of 5 Gulf Oil,
$100,000 to officials of Tide Tidewater
water Tidewater Oil $27,000 to Ike;' plus offi officials
cials officials f Phillips, Skelly Oil, Chics
Service Atlantic Refining, R i c h h-field,
field, h-field, Texas, Socony, Standard of
California, Standard of Ohio, Stan Standard
dard Standard of Indiana, Standard of N.J.
r-a total or i,0;H ir, tne Remib Remib-licansf
licansf Remib-licansf $14,000 to, the Democrats.
'This includes, the ma ior oil
rompni t)r-t the im pen nt
tl nita.iAiany of the latter coi -i-buted
, to individual Democr ic
L J "
JUMBO "DUM30" Two-year-old
Erica Layte goes -elephant
"riding,.; aided by tha
Strong shoulders of an assistant
at the annual British Toy fair
at Brighton, England. ,Tbe toy
elephant ts the largest play
shut, displayed there.
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MeivrJersey Youth With Wanderlust
iWr,v Wetchkus Jr.." of'Mari-
, ville. N.3.1 has a wanderlust that
has carried him arouna me
United States. Central America
and, now the Canal Zone .where
he recently took the oath of en enlistment,
listment, enlistment, in the VS. Army. He is
presently assigned to U.S. Army
rnrihhpan, Replacement. Fort
Rnrn W 1935 in Boundbrook,
ff N J.. Pvt. r, Wetchkus spent- hfe
' early years in Manville., N.J.; and
i attended school in DuMltunjW.
- J In-1951 ne went j-o .vnmvi-.
f and spent the next live y
T .ri r,rii-inir and travelling.
f' r.fr.,ctotp and during this
period made the long trip East
three times, twice to his, home
in New Jersey and ftn?he' le
through Florid and, the south
Wetchkus sdid. ?rve had a
yen to travel ever since I was.
a little bov. 1 Suit wanted to
in AHtment nlaces to see
. how the veovle live and to get
V acquainted -with : their many
" He began his latest adventure
during the latter part of last De De-romhpr
romhpr De-romhpr from Noeales, Arizona, a
i Mexican' border -town; Having
made the 400-mlle trip irom jw jw-ralnn
ralnn jw-ralnn "bv motorcycle, he sold it
and Droceeded, into s Mex'cfi -bv
bu. Ifrcost me'onlv J 6 dollars
try ride to 'Mexico City approxi approximately
mately approximately J200 miles away.", Wetch Wetchkus
kus Wetchkus said "Transportation is very
reasonable- in Mexico:"
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After spendirisra" week's time
vtsitinsr'-art. ealleTies.:'- theaters
and othertourist attractions. -he
'' went tp Acapulco. Mexco. a Pa Pa-,
, Pa-, cific coast resort citv. Wetchkus
, ald."I had my lirst experience
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TAKES OATH Col. C. A. Beali; Jr., adjutant general of U.S.
Army Caribbean administers the oath of enlistment to Pvt.
Peter ,Wetchkus, Jr., in ceremonies recently in the former's
offices at Fort Amador. Wetchkus, ihas been travelling
throughout the. U.S. and Central America for the past five
years. via Inotorcycle, bus and freighter,!, While in Panama he
t decided to enlist. (UU.S..Ariny Photo)
in a' real Mexican market while- spent the neXt' Iew weeks visit-
I was there. A person doesn't see
them unless he goes down in the
areas behind the lavish buildings
and hotels Acapulco is noted lor.
It was. .this part' that really in interested,
terested, interested, me'." j f w. ;
Completing a month's stay 4n
Acapulco. he journeyed by slow
freighter, to Salina Cruz. Mexico
ahd then on to Tapachula. Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, whert he stayed three weeks
with some English speaking
friends who 'owned a cotton
Wetchkus' next stop wasTfna-
tfcmala City. Guatemala. !The
outstanding, feature about Gua
temala i C i t y, according to
Wetchkus. "is the heat.order and
From; Guatemala, he flew to
Panama City In February and
tJ G n V O U 5
.iour body cleanrout exoeu acids and
i polaonou wutta in your blood
- throusrh million of tiny delicate kid kid-:
: kid-: ney tube or. Altera. If poiaona in the
Kidneys or Bladder make you euffer
i from Gettinsr Up Nirhta, Nemusnem,
Leg Palni, Circles Under Eyes, Back Backache,
ache, Backache, Aching Joints, Acidity or Burn-
- ins PaasKes due to thr need of
. diuretlo stimulant, ry Cytx.-'Cln
i out poisonous acids by using Cystsx,
. a diuretic stlinulant for KidtteYS vlMb
aoolhs and cairns liruatlons In Blad- I
. der nd' urinary system. Cytex will
five you eompltesatisfsxiUon and
' will bs the medicine yoo need. ak
'Diir drursia tor Cystex todar, ; (
ing different, areas of the Re
public of Panama until he de decided
cided decided to enlist In the U.S. Army
here- a Fort Amador
"I. lolhed the Army becauBe'I
will be able to take advantage
of, the educational opportunities
it offers..! consider a formal ed education
ucation education verv important 1n order
to be successful and now I want
to complete mine." Wetchkus
said. i ' ,5 ., ; , ;
a t "i,-. ' t;
Upon 'completion o his basic
training in 1 the States. Pvt.
Wetchkus wants to become a pa paratrooper.
ratrooper. paratrooper. ;
AAPOMATTOX. Va.. iAnroI 11-
(UP) Ninery-t'va years, ago Tues
day, American made peace wrtn
itself.-- across a- marble-top,, tabic
in the living room, of Wilmer Mc
Lean's farmhouse, here.
As he watched Gen.- Robert E.
Lee surrender his once mighty
Army of.Northern Virginia to Gen.
Ulysses S, Grant on' April 9,, 1865,
McLean could feel that it was as
much his peace as that of Amer
ica's. : ...
For, nearly four years before,
the first,, bloody battle of this
Civil War as well as the last
had been fought at McLean s door.
McLean could- remember mat
first big bat by a stream called
Bull Run that meandered through
bis rich farmland at Manassas,
130 miles to the north.
Then, as on this day, his living
room was put tt military use as
Gen. -Pierre G.'T. Beau
mapped his successful repulse of
the union invasion.
McLean's homestead at Manas Manassas
sas Manassas was hit again," less than a
year later,, as the Second Battle
of Bull Run raged over his land.
That was (enough. Determined to
find peace' for himself and his
family, McLean sold his home, his
land and most of his possessions
and .moved to the big red brick
bouse in a quiet locust grove t .
.'But again: his hopes for peace
appeared, shattered. ':
.-The powerful, union force1 un under
der under Grant had sent Lee's, dwindl
ing army into reireat irom near
Richmond. I hey heaaea west,
C.nt nff from all escaoe.'- Lec
sought to .end thef utile .bloodshed
ana seui an oiuc iu anangc
interview'' with Grant; headquar headquartered
tered headquartered id the small village.
The aide, coming upon McLean,
asked i where he might find a
"rfina in which to hold the fate
McLean suggested a neamy
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"The best support for the "fin
est' This- is the1 motto- of the
mortar men that are part of the
325th Airborne Infantry, Second
Battalion Combat Team located
at the Jungle -Warfare Training
Center, Fort Sherman..,
The Battalion Combat Team
In addition to its own organic
81mm. mortar platoon from the
heavy weapons company, has at
tached to it for the duration of
operations Rio Salva and CA-
RIB-EX, the ,4.2 ,ipch "mortar
platoon from the Regimental
Support Company. s
; During the past weeks vthis
formidable lineup of the Infan Infantry's
try's Infantry's artillery has. been underi?o underi?o-injs
injs underi?o-injs strenuous firintr exercises.
The Slmms the largest wea weapon
pon weapon that can be, transported''
by an individual soldier, were
packed on the backs of MSgt,
- Olin C. Moody's mortar plat'
oon and sent some 15,000 yards
into the sweltering jungle to
tire a supporting mission for
one of the companv problems.
, Having- hacked their way
through every pich of grueU
ling terrain, the tired but de determined
termined determined troopers, commented
that never had the tubes, base
plates, and ammunition weigh'
ed so much.
The best firinar position hn v
Ins: been selected, an equallv dif difficult
ficult difficult task presented itself
that of clearinsr an area larce
enousih-so that not only could
the mortars be flrmlv
but also 380' degree mask could
be obtained. In order to achieve
farmhouse, but it was rejected as
too small.1 1 t
It was then that MbLean, a re refugee
fugee refugee this war had chased half
across his native state, invited the
armies to make peace in his own
this eoal for both "sections of
the platoon, it was necessary 'for
the men ;,to Vork continuously
for .12 long hours.
The forward observer; upon
whose ability rests much of the
effectiveness of the mortars,
then proceeded to call in' the
first i- fire mission. Although
hampered greatly- by the lack
of a good vantage point from
which he could clearly observe
the aggressor positions,, the con condition
dition condition that always exists in the
Jungle, v the forward observer,
Sgt; Gerald M:Adamskl;- was
able to direct the mortar- crews
so skillfully that less than two'
minutes had elapsed before the
first round was "walked" onto
" Adamski says one of the
greatest difficulties is that of
losing an exploding round in
the dense jungle growth. Many
" times it is impossible to ob observe
serve observe any explosion other than
white phosphorous shells, i
In addition to this, it is vir virtually
tually virtually impossible to estimate the
location of "the' sheir burst by
sound. The tangled terrain muf muffles
fles muffles all noises and makes JudK JudK-lnsr
lnsr JudK-lnsr distance mora difficult.
' f 4 v
The 4.2 Inch mdrtai1 platoon
moved into position by vehicle
to a point located on one of the
narrow jungle roads and began
methodically raining fire on the
- Much -of the observation 'for
these, the largest of all Infantry
mortars, was accomplished' by
the use of light army aircraft.
In spite of the difficulties the
mortarmen faced, their motto of
"the best support for the fin finest"
est" finest" has been lived up to In ev every
ery every phase of their training.
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Kobbo NCO Wivoc
The Fott -Kobbe NCO ; W i V t s'
Club will Aold a very important
business meetuie on tonicht at 7:30
m the Bamboo Boom of the, NCO
Club. There will be an election of
officer for the coming term. Mem Members
bers Members are also reminded to brine
their contribution for the hospitali
ty Juts. ,,-..
Pacific Navy Wivoo l'
Will Moot April 15
Pacific Navy Wives'" Club will
hold thek regular 'monthly busi
ness meeting April 15. The meet
ing will be held in the Communi
ty Room at the Cocoh Cubhouse.
xigni reiresnmems ,wiu oe serv served
ed served after the meeting. ',
vKitrnsM FitnM TENNESSEE Shown at a party given Monday night at Quarry Heights
hirers- club bv Col and Mrs. Hugh M. Arnold for their houseguests Mr. and -Mrs. B. J.
Sof,TneBMZ left to riKht CoL Arnold. Mrs. Wilkin Mrs. W. E. Pot Pot-'
' Pot-' ter. Mrs. Wilkins, Mrs. Arnold and Governor Potter. m .. -
Spanish ambassador gives reception for officers
j of visiting training ship juan sebastian elcano
1 The Spanish Ambassador Federico Gabaldon y Navarro
and his wife have issued invitations to a gala reception to
J bo held at the Embassy residence tonijfht at 8 o clock.
Guests of honor will be Commander Donoae Ramo
Gpnsale Lopes, commanding officer of the visiting Spanish
I training ship Juan Sebastian Elcas and officers and marine
! guards of his ship.
VCov. And Mrs. Potter
' AHond Party
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' Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Wilkins, of
J Tullahoma, Tennessee, were guest
- ef honor Monday at a part given
t fh. Ouarrv Heights Officers Club
; by Col. and Mrs. Hugh M. Arnold
' nf Balboa HeiahU. Mr.' and Mrs,
i Wilkins are house guests of the -A
u. BOlflS. t 1
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' Gov. and Mrs.' William E. Pot-!
ter headed the group of distin-
gyished guest at tha party.
Mr. And Mrs. Wolf
I Of Tooucif alpa
J Mrs. Gregory Baker Wolfe Is ar-
riving tonight from Tegucigalpa,
' Honduras, to join her husband who
tame in yesterday after a buii buii-;,
;, buii-;, ness trip to Lima, La Pat and Bo-
The couple will be at Hotel El
, Panama until Sunday morning.
I Moodimo Potter, Hill
j Civo Dospodida
! Mrs. Richard R. Potter of Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa and Mrs. Mortimer C. Hill of
Diablo Heights were co-hostesses
last night at a despedida dessert-
bridee party held in tne f ern
Room of the Tivoli Guest House
Mrs. G. Carter Orr of Balboa
and Mrs. Henry E. Falk of Diablo
Heights were the honored guests,
Both of the honorees are leaving
soon to make their noiaes in l lor
. Approximately v 40 .ladies : ajttend-.
ed the affair. ;
Mr! And Mrs. SwMaby
Of First Child
Mr and Mrs. George Suddaby Jr.
announced the birth of their first
child, a son, George Douglas Sud
daby III April 8 In Manhattan,
Maternal grandparents are LU
Col. and Mrs. Georsc M. McKel-
of Columbus, Ohio, formerly of
Paternal E:-:dparetns are Mr.
and Mrs. George Suddaby Sr. .of
The new batea decoration
gets underway at the uso-jwb
Armed Forces Service Center to tonight
night tonight beginning at 7:30.
A few vacancies remain vfor
those, interested in ; joimng, the
class for which there la, no charge.
Interested participants are asked to
meet at the USO-JWB at tne) a
bove mentioned time.
Bundles For Boys.
At .Kobbo Officers' -v .A
Wives Meetina V
cloths, jeans, shoes,' games and all
types of school supplies were in- a
bundance at tne Ft. koddo urn
cers' Wives' ciuo "Bunajes i r r
Boys" coffee and business meet meeting
ing meeting Thursday at the FU JCobbe Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Club. The wishing well, us
ed for collect!, g the articles., liter
ally spilled over there ; were so
many contributions made by: the
members for the boys of 'the Jus
to Arosemena Vocational Institute.
Welfare committee- members Mes-
dames George E. Thurmond,.John
H. Campbell C. T. Jackson Mize
Johnson and Howard 'Giebel were
hostesses-for this successful' cof coffee.
fee. coffee. Small wishing Wells filled ith
flowers decorated tne tanies, ana
a group picture of the boys from
the Institute was. on duplay- behind-the
Officers' table. -Mrs.
Otto E. Feierleaini presi
dent! welcomed the following wear
i ing the wishing well guest 'tags:
Mesdames Josepn jr. micni, wu wu-liam
liam wu-liam H.. Flesbnian, Roy Knight
and Wyatt Hall.
Hakata dolls were presented to
Mrs. F. B. Simmons and.. Mrs.
Thomas Dorsey as door prizes.
' Mrs. Feierlein announced, that
the next luncheon will be on April
18,; the theme being "Crazy Hats. ,'
20th Infantry Wives
Take Trip To Ruins
Of Ft. San Loronio
" Officers' wives of the. 10th Infan
try Regiment made a picnic tour
of Ft. San Lorezo today.
They enjoyed box lunched at
the fort, and were taken on a con conducted
ducted conducted tour by Lt. Col. Leroy Clo Clo-dell,
dell, Clo-dell, who has become an ..expert
on the hist6ry of Ft. San Lorenzo,
through hie work in supervising
the reconstruction ot me rums.
Makes Dean's List
At .Georgia Tech.
J. E. Dorn Thomas, ox aaiDoa,
has been honored for high scholas
tic achievement at the Georgia in
stitute of Technology by being
named to' th. Dean's List for ithe
third consecutive quarter. i;l
Mr. Thomas is tne son oi Mr.
and Mrs. Charles E. Thomas .of
Balboa, and a 1949 graduate of
Cristobal Hign scnooi.
At Georgia Teen lie is acuve m
extra-curricula affairs being a
member- of the- acnooi nana, xne
Veteran's Club, snd the honorary
societies of Kappa B-appa rsi
(band) and Phi Eta Sigma (fresh
man ; scnoiasuc;. am jl, prewueui
Jitp Courts ll:nt!!3
126 Gl 01fcnd:r$
For 1-Year Period
! TOKYO, April 11 '(UP) U.S.
military sources said today Jap Japanese,
anese, Japanese, courts tried 126 American
servicemen last year fewer than
one in 20 of the 3,992 men accused
of various violations of Japan's
No figures were available on
convictions; but it was believed
most of those tried were found
guilty. There ; were known to be
37 Americans serving sentences in
The offenses of which U.S. serv servicemen
icemen servicemen were accused during 1956
ranged from traffic, violations to
murder and rape, uuring me
year, Japanese citizens commit committed
ted committed 3,604 crimes against Ameri Americans
cans Americans in this country.-
Army authorities pointed out
that only one per cent of U.S.
soldiers under 25 were involved in
trouble with the -police, compared
with IT per cent of civilians in
the same age group in the United
Is Your, Nome
MYRTLE BEACH. S.C (UP)-
If you see someone dashing about
shouting. "Hey Myrtle! don't call
the psychiatric ward. It will just
be someone from the Myrtle
Beach Chamber, of Commerce;
The chamber has launched a
search for a lady young or old,
three to 93 named Myrtle Beach.
If her first name is Myrtle. nd
her last name is Beach, she will
be the guest of the city during the
sixth annual Sun-Fun Festival
The only requirement for con
sideration is a signed letter advis advising
ing advising that her first and last names
truly are Myrtle Beach, giving
date and place of birth and enclos
ing a snapshot or photograph tax-
en during tne past year, pius
some biographical information.
Deadline for entries will be May
10, and a panel-of Judges will
select the winner in the- event
more than one .Myrtle Beach
of the Newman's Club, and Table
Manager of Pi Kappa Alpha so
He is a senior in electrical en
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, WASHINGTON, April 11 (UP)
Mrs. Joseph R. McCarthy- turned
the tables on Mrs. Eisenhower to today
day today for the snubbing she! and her
husband received from tie -White
House earlv last month. I ,v
She failed to appear at the first
iaay s traditional soring ouncneon
for Senate wives. ; explaining that
sue aid not: receive an invitation
until the last minute because of
an apparent mix-up by beY bus
band's office. j
! The .White House said the wife
of the controversial Wisconsin Re
publican received an invitation
"just like the other ladies',' but
didn't even bother to acknowledge
The McCarthys wer hointedlv
omitted from the invitatim list for
tne wmte House congressional re
ception March 5. They Irere the
only congressional coupli. not in
Reporters inspecting tHe elaborately-decorated
state dining room
before today 'a luncheon asked
Mrs. JBiisenhower's secretary,
Mary Jane McCaffree. if Mrs. Mc
Carthy would be among the first
Lady'a guests. (
"Mrs. McCarthy was initf v
she. replied; "We. have not heard
Seine hours after the luncheon,
Mrs. McCarthy released the tort
of a letter, she said she is, sending
to Mrs., Eisenhower. In the-Jetter,
she told the-first ladvr
"I regret very much that r was
unable to reply to your luncheon
invitation for today but as it was
tenaerea Dy -telephone' and I did
not receive-word of it until too
late it was impossible to respond
Sincerely, Jean McCarthy."
A White House invitation is
usually considered a "command
performance" with a reply con
sidered socially mandatory.
Reached at home. Mrs. Me.
earthy told reporters the only in
vitation sne received involved a
White House telephone call to her
nusnand'S office last Friday.
She said Xhe office failed to re
lay the invitation to her until. 1
p.U." today, the very hour the
luncheon was getting underway.
"Even if I had received an in
vitation." she added. "I wouldn't
have gone, because if they didn't
invite my husband' (last month)
because of. his fight against com
miinum y I umui H haallr atiiATir T'
Mrs. McCaffree's aide, Ann Par
sons, told reporters Mrs. Mc
Carthy was sent a reeular invita
tion "just like the other ladies."
Mrs. McCaffree said the invita
tion was sent March IS t the' Sen
ator's office, as is customary She
aid she-: called t the effice-abou
six days aso to he sure the invita
tion was received. i U'
She said that ; after? checking.
McCarthy's office assured her the
invitation was received -and- re
layed to Mrs. McCarthy, -t -
'That's all I have to say." Mrs
McCaffree added. ,. .; ---i
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Balboa Theater ;i
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: The Science For Etery Day living
Vs Cristobal Blasonie Temple
(in Chue-Minhattui Bank Building) ""
All Are Cordially Iniited To Attend; ;
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Gets Under Way
A basic training course for adult
leaders in cub, scoutine will bemn
today at 7 j30 ,p.m. at Fort Ama
dor. Sponsored by the Pacific Dis
trict of Xanal Zone Council. BSA,
the sessions will be held today' and
on April IS and" 25 at the same
hdur, in the conference room of
the headquarters building, Head-
qoarters U.S. Army Caribbean.
, Cub scout leaders and prosoec
tive leaders, den mothers and fath
ers, com mitteeraen and women of
packs and institutional reoresenta
Uv,i particularly have been invit
ed to attend the -course. However.
all councM and district members,
scout leaders and prospective lead leaders
ers leaders also are invited. ,
Jte. : isible for .Ue program are
Theodore A, Marti, Frank Wilder
and W; H. 'Wymer. -members, of
the leadership, and training com committee
mittee committee for. the 7-aeific dlstnct.
i The first sessiofl will bo an ut
traduction te the v cub scouting
program, the committee aald,
shewing hew., cub : scouring; j: can
affect the growth ef a key. The
program Itterf, which is home
centered, will be discussed from
the peint view ef the boy, the
leader and parents. The. session session-is
is session-is designed te present ,-e clear
picture ef the objectives and i i-deals
deals i-deals of scouting and-shew, hew
they are- achieved. -The
second session ; next week
emphasizes tht. parents part- in
leading cubs to achievements, and
stresses the importance, of par parents
ents parents becoming an integral, part of
the cub' scouting program. c
The third session-wui cover ac activities
tivities activities for meetings: show trainees
where to get' ideas and will ex explain
plain explain carefully 4he sequence of e e-vents
vents e-vents in meetings. -. ;
.The. training session. win jasi
VAnt tmn- hnnrs and 2u' mmutes.
th-Toromittee ;said,; aading .that
similar programs i xor, explorer
scout leaders and boy, scout lead
ers will be announcea later w.w
yNewry arrived" 1 1 a hi' n'g aids
from' national scOTt neaqquaners,
filmetrinc. and exniDUS win do lea-
tures.of the training. in, cu scout
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Service Ccr.!:r Fl.i
Two- popular programs r win be
joined on Sunday at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center?, in
commemoration of Pan-American
Day.. The double header will, get
under way at 8 p.m. ;
The monthly vantty night show'
will feature talent from the Arm-,
ed Forces; Balboa and Panama
City. Ah exciting dance routine
will be p.-ovided by Pfc. Hill Har Hardin
din Hardin and partner. Miss Palmira La.
rrinaga of Panama, popular song songstress,
stress, songstress, will follow, as will Jimmy
Maduro, whose appearance last
year was warmly received by the
The Tropical Tones, live young
lasses from Balboa who were spot
lighted on CFN-TV a few weeks a a-go,
go, a-go, will make a guest appearance
and will sing the songs that made
them popular." : i
. In addition, the regular semv semv-monthlv
monthlv semv-monthlv orchestra .dance will take
place, 'featuring Archie Lecky and
his Leokynairesv Dancing will con continue
tinue continue until H p.m. '
i Members of the Armed Forces
and their dependents and the gen :
ri nnhlir. of the Canal Zone and
the Republic are cordially invited
to share in the USO-JWB obser
vance of Pan-Americanj iay.
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Social arid Otfieriuide
( via und x uiiell 5 .'; r enormanca
- Clayton N.C.O.
, Wives Hold
- Coffee Call
The Fort Clayton N.C.O
Tilth hm a Toffee Cai
WtHnKHiv mnrniHf at the N.C.O
- ODea Mess. Mrs.- Jean y Douglas.
and Mrs. Vila Armstrong were
f guests at the meeting: Plans were
riisiisfl rnnrrnin2 a tour of Pa
name May 8, at 8:30 a.m. instead
1 of our regular monthly Cofefe Call.
The tour bv bus will consist. Of
fh ftnirin Altar. French
Plaza, The Flat Arch, Statue of
Balboa; American embassy, Santo
Tomas Hospital, National Museum,
Alligator iFarm, Old Panama, El
Panar ana Mincn ai we iiv.
r Then to the Plaza de Mayo, Win Window
dow Window Shopping on Central Avenue
and visits to some Hindu Shops.
Members, 'non-members or guests
desiring to attend please contact
MrsJ Bonnie Murrell, at 87131,
Mrs. Edith Burch, at 87-2184 or
Mrs: Dorothy Harrell at 87-6144
for details- and reservations at the,
earliest convenient aaie.
The next meeting at. the N.C.O.
.Wives'. Club will be a dance:- Sat Sat-ruday;
ruday; Sat-ruday; April 20 at 8 p.m. the
Fort Clayton N.C.O. Open Mess.
Replacing the regular Social Eve Eve-ning
ning Eve-ning originally scheduled for, Tues-
i Georgia Universities
'-"1''.' Ik' "'-
Uuivariu Against i nxegrauon
.. ATt.ANTA. Aoril 11 (UP) The'
Beard; of Regents oday tightened,
entrance requirements at the Uni University
versity University "Of Georgia Jaw school In
anfort-to -ward off integration
: tinDt. jd abolished .the $11,-
400-a-year job of assistant chancel-j
Hon- f. .v J
? The recants adopted the'hew en
trance requirements which make
it mandatory that an applicant ob
tain the signatures oi two uw
school alumni, and eliminated the
chancellor's position in a cut-and-
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: iioePeaturt Review :
:S0 WHaf s Tour Favorite (ra-
1:30 News 1
:3 What's Tour P A T r 1 1
S : (cont'd If 1 ' k
:M AJla jftekwm- Commen Commen-F
F Commen-F v, tary (WRUL)
i:ii-JBUTJC RIBBON SPORTS
, 1 REVIEW (Pabst Beer
f :3ft Telephone Hour (WRUL)
T:00 Goon Show:. '
T:39 VOA Report Trom VM.
:09 XUzabetbaa Theater .-8
8 .-8 :30 Take It From Her
:Ctt Tou Asked For It (re-
ejuests taken by phone
' till 7:10).'; v,. . ... .....
.anta. t rftr-.-v
1Q:4S Tempi Of Dreamt
11 :eo Concert under The Stan
ll:B0-8ia Off. ;
! Temerre'w, Friday. April 1 J
f :ag oa Alarm Clock
Club : refluesU taken
. by phon till 7:00) f i
7:8 Kornina: Salon Concert 1
:! Chnrca In The wildwood
f :30-Musical, Rivellla -.
:00 Jews .:...
:1J Sacred itaart
:S0 Paris Star Time v
ll:00JENmPXR'S JOUR N At
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ll:0J Spun ABi
ll:80wLMeet The Entertainer
P Jf. t t ".; ;
lt:6S tnncheon liaaie '
M:1S MELACHRINO UUS1-
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1J:0 Swett And Hot
1:80 News f i
1:15 Music Of lianhattaa
1:3 Sons Of The Ptoneerg
1:S Songs of Franc
", 9:80 Tex Beneke Show
2:18 Freddy Martin Show
- '1:80 The VlrginUns -.
1:06 Hank anew And EU
- Rainbow Ranch Boys
1:18 Simmy Kaye show -8:3a
Masie For Friday "
,4:90 What's Tour Favorite (r
; nests taken by phone
' ii i:o) .
:SW Wnafs Tout P A V r 1 1
1:80 Allen Jtrkson commen
- Ury WRUL
:18 BlCE RIBBON SPORTS
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:J0--Tn Tncea of the week
7:83 Tttrty Hsnt Theater
7:?8 VOA Rfpcrt From VS.
!:eo Jiuic ry P.o'b
.J9f ort :orr Theater
t Tea Ai.fi ror It re-
. taken tv phone
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Else eV Memo ' 1
Exhibit Ends J
The exhibit of Mrs. Elsa de Mon
ro of Panama City, R. : P., will
come to a close at the USO-JWB
Armed 1 Forces Service Center On
, The oils of Mrs. Monzo have re received
ceived received flattering and glowing re
ports from the many viewers who
have signed the guest book. 1 be
bright colors aid the artist tre
mendously in her excellent por
trayal of portraits 'and the famous
copies of the Spanish masters, Ve
lasquez and Goya. Her perspec
tive and vitality of portrayal de
note the technique of a profession
ai artist of Ions! standing which is
flattering to the Panamanian way
who has had very uttie tormai
training, but that from a modern
master, rroiessor A,eueuu.s
Members of -the ? Armed Forces
inrf thfir dependents and the en
eral public of the Canal Zone and
thy Republic of ranama are urg urged
ed urged to take advantage of. these
last few days to view the out
standiny exhipit. 1
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dried meeting 'to which reporters
were invited. These decisions pre presumably
sumably presumably were made In a closed
v -' -'
; Other, Action
In other action, the board adopted
the $4,085,731 19578 fiscal budget
for ,the University, System but
made.no move to name presidents
for Georgia Tech and the Georgia
tration, -. ..',.,..
The requirement, that law school
applicants be ; recommended by
two alumni 6f the school was f'rst
approved by the board in 1952 but
was-not made-mandatory until to
day;.',1": ... t;
The move was an apparent ef
fort to tichten the school's segre
gation bulwark. The University of
Georgia recently won a s'x-year
legal struggle against a 23 year year-old
old year-old Negro, Horace War J,,; who
tried to enter the Georgia law
school, -t i : i
Board members gave no expla
pn tor the elimination of the
aslant chKnccimfs job. TBe po-'
sition' has been held Since 'Mar,'
l5V;by Dr.; M. Gordon Brown
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day, April 23. Refreshments
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YORK April lPUSIS)
Every now and then, on the
theatrical stage, magic strikes.
Evefy now and then a' per performer
former performer acts a role with sheer,
overDowering virutosity that
trans orms the whole play, If
by so eery, into something that
is a astlng, luminous memory
for' tl ose .lucky enough to see
It. -,"'. i i i
Thl! season,- on Broadway
has, ; think, been unusually
fortunate In such virtuoso; per
formance?. "Cyril Rltchard, for
examnie. slnele-handedly turn
ed a pleasant but otherwise noti
remarkable little piay, wore
Vidal's 'Visit To A Small Plan
et," Into major success.- And
surely I the performance of each
of the lour principles in .jam-
erne p'Nellrs posthumummous
"Long Day's Journey Into
Niehtl Frederick' March,
Florence Eldrige, Jason Robards
Jr. and Bradford Dillman U
of virtuoso caliber, v
It is obviously ungrateful
and perhaps imprudent as
well to make any kind of
comparison among artistic a a-chlevement
chlevement a-chlevement of aucb stature.
' But if I bad to name the on
most dazzling performance of
this' season mr choice would
be Rosalind Russell in "Ann "Ann-tie
tie "Ann-tie Mame," a comedv by Jer Jerome
ome Jerome Lawrence and Robert E.'
Lee, based on tbe best-selling
novel by Patrick Dennis.
The play, "Auntie. Mame"
would probablv have been a
success with any comoetent co comedienne
medienne comedienne In th leading role-rafter
all, the book recently en entered
tered entered its third year as a best
seller. BUt the extent of that
success fas of this writinsr. the
theatre Is sold out until Aurnst
5 (can be ascribed only to Miss
Russell's magic. ,.
Auntie Mame, the nerson Is
perhaps best described by the
slansr word "wackv." That In to
savj she is eccentric, unoredict-
able sometimes lrresponsmie
but never malaclous often
fliffhty and alway warm, hu
man and lovable. This is a re
markable- rol'V and Miss irus-
who was recommended for the job
by Chancellor Harmon W caid
" Jebr Abolished
.J Brown's lob was abolished In the
last; action: taken by the board be-
just after rown
finished reporting on 'the number
of summer and graduate- courses
offered at several universities.'
. The only explanation was of
fered bv Chairman Robert O. Arn
old of Covington who said fch Job
was abolished for "financial rea
sons.? Brown -will, be jobless in
He was not immediately avial
able lor comment.
. Arnold : told reoorters he and
several members of the board
have travelled .and interviewed
"numerous' prospective candi
dates for the Jobs open at Tech
and the business, college. J
Arnold admitted for the first
time in publie that board -mem
bers were searching for the type
man they need who- i "familiar
with the Georgia way of life" and
would not disrupt the state s tra
ditionally segregated schools. ..
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sell projects it with the mys mystery
tery mystery of a remarkable comedien comedienne
ne comedienne who has, in this plays, reach reached
ed reached new heights,
A look at her past achievements-
gives additional Impor Importance
tance Importance to the phrase "new
heights." After a few years on
the stage she went to Holly Hollywood.
wood. Hollywood. There she scored a suc success
cess success In the role of a cool, ef efficient
ficient efficient business woman and
to- her 1 dismay found herself
cast subsequently as a cool, ef efficient
ficient efficient business woman in pic-
cure alter picture. ,
This, to an actress of Miss
Russell's temperament, wax
an intolerable situation. In
1938 she talked,, cajoled and
argued ber way to her first
comedy roleln "Tbe Women,"
and tbe efficient business
woman was never heard from
In -1961 Rosalind Russell re returned
turned returned to the stage, after an
absence or 18 years, and since
then she has more or less alter alternated
nated alternated between films and stage
In private' life Miss Russell
has been since 1941 the wife of
Fred frisson, (Producer of such
hit shows as "The Palama
Game"). The Brlssons have one
child, a boy born in 1943. Aside
from Rosalind s acting career
and Fred s Broadway activities,
the two own and ooerate ioinU
ly a thriving fllm-producina; en enterprise.
terprise. enterprise. Maybe som of Rosa
lind's "efficient business wom' wom'-an"
an" wom'-an" roles were not fiction after
all. And in her spar time' Miss
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Russell has for years been ac
tive in religious and charitable
work In Los Angeles.
' Until "Auntie Mame" came
along, Mis Russell's1 most
noteable success was : scored
in 1953 in "Wonderful Town."
This musical version of .the
play, "My Sister Eileen," was
far from being a one -woman
show; but certainly Rosalind
Russell was the the brightest
light in a bright production.
Her r 0 1 e in "Wonderful
Town," physically -most taxing,
whs notaoi ior ine enormous
amount of energy and enthu enthusiasm
siasm enthusiasm she poured Into it; and
the same can be said of "Auntie
Mame." In and of itself, of
course, energy no particular
asset to an actress. Watching
someone dash hectically about
a stage can be a wearins- ex
perience --but not when Rosa Rosalind
lind Rosalind Russell is doing the dash dash-ingv
ingv dash-ingv She. expends her energy
with apparent recklessness, but
never without purpose. And this
as an age (she is in tier -middle
forties) when most neonle are
glad of a chance to slow, down.
This great ladv of the' stair
and screen has gone steadily
upward from one achievement
to another for more than 25
years.--Now, in "Auntie Mame,"
her virtuoso performance proves
mat sne is one or tnose rare
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NEW YORK, April 11 (UP) Herb Score, the
'ready to start shooting
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t :KftiSwinir no bad effects from
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hfe pitched seven shutout innings
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Amy pitcher. r
iVfteran Bob Lemon, who has
' bee scheduled to hurl the In In-r
r In-r djans' opener next Tuesday a a-i
i a-i .Ralnst the Chicago White Sox,
-was called home to Long Beach.
Salif- yesterday because of the
eath of his sister. With Early
Wynn still bothered by a sore
. Hip and listed for onlv a three three-.
. three-. lnnine workout tonight. Score
looms as the Tribe's openlne-day
' huiierjf Lemon is unable to re-
tortt in time.
t Score's sizzlin lob pcainst, -the
G'antswas doubly satisfying for
h'm." For one. it cme sfter some
of h' hrnetrwn f" 'w T"v
Worth; Fla.. ono""l him hefnve:
th .me 'with lvpr nlstp-For
ppotipr. it com" a f f f-'"fir
'"fir f-'"fir CHri'rrj'- n"i "nev
Jhrt r-4 Ms own i-fty .lohtmv
rifon"ii as a better pitcher
' Score allowed the Giants, iuft twa
dan Clinch NBA
, ST. "LOUIS, April 11
V mi- u M T 1 r, UnwW
hanging basketball Vnwlthi t
the regular ; SeasoiK. meei. u
Boston Celtic tonight In play playoff
off playoff name that could wind up the
post-season series fof the"Ta the"Ta-'
' the"Ta-' tionai BasketbaU Association
'A Boston victory here vould
rive the Celtics their first NBA
title In 11 years since they lead,
three games to two. in pro bas basketball's
ketball's basketball's World Series.
But the Hawks, who had to
'mAn a nrpHminarV DlaVOff tO
ern first place in the Western
Division of the league, were far
t'l feel very confident, coach
Alex Hpnnum said. "Our team
ntawd fine bp'l but Boston Just
YiA. hot stre"" tht -Mied us.
Tr P'ovd tforr
. .T?p,rVx. V"rriTi fin"'
lit rfornHin the fo"
rorg thpn boi h'm o"t p'ljce
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Minneapolis at 207 In 1952. 7?
I "BATTLE HYMN"
Cloe Dean Hess (Rack Badson) leads the evaeva evaeva-Tion
Tion evaeva-Tion f fear hundred Korean orphans. In this grene of
H'niversaJ-lBternationarg in Technicolor "Battle Hymn,"
the trae (tory of the heroic pilot and clermnaa Dean Hen.
" Starring Hadson, Martha Hyrr, Dan Duryea and Anna
KashfU "Battle Hjnasi" will be released soon at the Central
CA P I
Prohibited for Minora
I Also: '
- n f eci
left-handed tiame-uirower. is
for a third straight major
on opening day, if .the In-
hill in lii lavan inninir nd Don
Moiii, who followaa" yialda4 ana
Willie May' 1 0th homer of the
aarina lor the Gientl' Only run.
Cleveland scored all :lts four
runs in the first inning against
Pete Burnsde on five walks, a
wild pitch, and George' Strick Strickland's
land's Strickland's two-run single. Rookie
Burnside settled down and
pitched five shutout ; Innings
Score's showing was in con contrast
trast contrast to a weak effort by .the
Yankees' southpaw ; ace : and
opening-Rame pitcher,. Whitey
Ford, iwho was driven out py
Savannah of the Sally -League
.after allowing four runs., seven
hits, and live walks In seven in innings,
nings, innings, ...
Don Drysdale baeama the first
Brooklyn pitcher te go nine 'in 'innings
nings 'innings as he blanked the Mllw Vee
Braves, 5-0, on four hits and fan fanned
ned fanned five. For the Braves. Gene Con Con-ley
ley Con-ley -was roughly treated apin in a
three-run seventh inning, but Red
Murff fanned the side in his one
Inning of relief.
: F.isewher: Homers bv'Ted
Williams (his thirrn and met
Ornrt naceri the ""d Sox to a
-3 win ovf th Pb'Die!". dec"He
homers bv Wd Bo"chee anl Crii-
co Fernannez. .bosox ouinein-
r Jack'" Jensen was .cent to
Boon tatment of a snre
bpck:..BlU V'rdon or tne pi-
rate boost'' h' STu-'n"? p"Ulr
roprv to ?n with tnrep tin m
o. S-2, 10-tnnln"? "In nVM" T T-f
f T-f roif tinmore. bw OV.witi T ol ol-lor
lor ol-lor ""nri Vfl',0" pw Torrw To-
bw'ler' thf wt. e-nv t0 a ?-7
"''n over iVe r'orrt'nois. . Wv-
"pnlfoo pn Polomon wtplHpfl
'ilcf nrip run 'n, jmyen ."n
"Vpr T.jtt'p P'w'r. Pnh Rivn h
rjuh' onpntn" wme n'tfripr,
rrn rannp rr 11 Vt- 'n W In-
nines n n 7-" 1oi to Taltimor(.
...nd' Don Fok conHnued hi
eood sorlne play for Cincinnati
tulthi tbrep Tllfe. and two: to'-n
hss in a 8-2 victory ove wasft
To W Vmm Fr
NEW YORK, April II (UP)
The New York Yankees, rated at
. 1-3, were believed today to be the
shortest-priced pennant favorite
aver listed by Broadway odds-makers.
The lopsided "book" en the A A-merkan
merkan A-merkan league race rated the oth other
er other four "contenders" for the flag
a 8-1 the Clevelund Indians,
Chicle White So. D-troit Tir-rs,
nd Boston Red So. Kanras City,
Bltimere. and Washington were
wrien off at 100-1.
The odds-makers switched away
from the champion in the National
League ed rated Milwaukee a 7-5
aennant favorite. Chamnion Brek Brek-lyn
lyn Brek-lyn wa sr-nd hor-e a 2-t. fol followed
lowed followed bv Cincinnati at 4-1. 'St,
Louis at 6-1, PrtH'iurgh at 3n-'.
Philadelphia at 50-1. and New
York and Chicago at 100-1.
V O L I
Errol Flyn and Cornell
Borchers in ;
. Also: .-
CTEUSC. THE TERROR
OF THE AMAZON'S
KIYI M O J A
- Also: '-
tl Trincfpe PJraU
At Balboa- YMCA
A weight1 liftine '. demonstration
will be given tomorrow evening at
me uaiDoa xmua-u&u geginning
ai a p.nu
Outstanding lifter such as Dick
ey Paredes, holder of tht local
lifting record in the 181-pound
class, will partcipate in this event.
Anotner inter of note to be ores
ent will be Angel Famiglietti, who
in Jast year s national seniors
meet in the United States came
out third in th. lightweight divi division.
sion. division. Other' known lifters will be
there, v ,;' J j v'
It is not always that the YMCA
USO has the; opportunity to pre present
sent present sach an interesting lifting e e-vent
vent e-vent featuring the international o-
lympic lifts. Those interested in
watching various lifting t e c h h-niques,
niques, h-niques, and perhaps benefiting by
them, arc cordially invited to at
Second Half Standings
Palomas 10 Parico 4.
Tht Palomas, after being behind
3-0 in the second inning, evened it
up in the third when Caldwell and
Kline came through with singles
bot the telling blow came in the
fourth when Garcia, Palomas out'
fielder, hit a grand slam home-
run to keep the Palamas in the run
ning for the second half.
Kline went all the way giving
up only four runs on lour hits
Martin also went the distance but
the Pricos were unable to over
come the big blow in the fourth.
The Pericos scored two. in the
first on a double by Fulop and a
single by T. Bright: one in tho sec
ond on m sassed ,bu and one in
the third on singles by Marcura
ana jneuieucy v.;
The Palomas score three in the
third on singles by Calwell and
Kline: four in the fourth on sin-
eles by Sander and D o 1 a n, a
fielder's choice and Garcia fifth
on two walks and singles by Rath Rath-gaber,
gaber, Rath-gaber, Caldwell and Garcia.
For the Palomas Doland led
with one-for-one. For the Pericos,
T. Bright and Metheney were tied
with one for tw. ; liJ
The game at four thirty Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon between the Cone Cone-jos
jos Cone-jos and the Ocelots will formally
close the regularly scheduled sea season
son season for the Teeners. Post season
games will be announced and will
be played at the Fastlich Tenn-age
The box score:
Marcum 2b 2b-Ness
Ness 2b-Ness lb '
Bright, ,T cf.
Weade If -l
Bright, f rf
t.it. Fnion. strike ouu by:
tin 7, Kline 6. wauts on maruu
Kline Z. carnea num. J
Palomas 7. umpires aunu
Morris. Scorer uooson.
Tbd fncanto .25 .?5
' Robert Taylor in
TO Day the Sixth of June
Clifton Webb in
-MR. SCOUT MASTER"
Today IDEAL 20 .10
; Glenn Ford In
Elizabeth Taylor In
. -GIRL WHO HAS
m u mm im
; 110 c
. VAR1TI V SHOW I
' LAW an ORDER
. i Also: -::
IT CAME FROM
fighters wakinkd Panama Boxing commission tresldent Jose Rogelio (Pinky) Arias;
tells bantamweights Melvln Bourne and Toto Ibarra and their respiective trainers Aubrey
(Cojo) Woodruff and Jorge Molina Acosta that violations during Sunday's Olympic Stadium
15-round title bout -will, not be tolerated. Shown (1 to r) are Molina. Ibarra Arias, Bourne
and JVoodruff. Arias made his statement at' a commission meeting' Jast night. -.. ,r i
"'-",.' By J. J.'- HARRISON Jr., :
Jose Rogelio (Pinky) Ariaa, president of the Panama Boxing Coirimiseibn, last
night served notice on bantamweight champion: Melvin Bour'ne, top:: contender Toto
Ibarra and their respective; trainers,' Aubrey (Cojo) Woodruff tnd Jorge Molina Acot Acot-ta,
ta, Acot-ta, that any violation of the rules during Sunday's 15-round 11 8-pound title tout
at the Olympic Stadium will be dealt with severely. 1
Chicago Re-Affirms Desire
To Hold Pan-American Games-
'anCAGO- fUPY- The
Chicago has re-affirmed its desire
to hold the 1959 Pan "American
liames on tne snores' of iuke
Michigan and said it 'was the
money necessary lor the track
and field event which officially
designated' C 1 eve 1 a d doesn't
have-" .-.i i
The Lake Erie city, designated.
host city for the games by the Pan
Ar ericas Sports Congress. Execu Executive
tive Executive Committee, counted on a five-
milliod dollar; federal appropria
tion for "proper fuiancmg' of the
games. ''. ', "i r ' -Not
so Chicago. I: A Spokesman
for the city government said Chi
cago naa au tne money necessary
and plenty of facilities in which
to hold the gigantic athletic'event.
: "Chicago Will be 'highly honored
to be selected as the city for the
locale of the game," JUyon Rich Richard
ard Richard J. Daley saidi ;
With Cleveland's lack of 'funds,
the Windy City .kwked a s' if it
were the only hope of holding the
games in the United, States.
In Washington, at was- reported
s House Appropriations subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee would 'not recommend' a
federal appropriation for the
games. And several other coun countries
tries countries Guatemala. Mexico and
Brazil have indicated they arent
prepared to stage tho games even
though they are considered alter alternate
nate alternate sites. ;t
Cleveland officials said they
could not hold the .Western Hemi Hemisphere,
sphere, Hemisphere, sports event without the
five-mulion dollars in federal aid.
Me. TnnMV 1:N'B
tee. I vrtSrt I f:M
I UUM 1
A GREAT ATTJtACTIONI
Tan JOHNSON la :
"KELLY AND ME"
: : .. -,.V
. $1.10 per.Cott
Aodie MUMHI in :
. In' TECHlrtCOLORr;
1 '. ' 1 1',
.But they contend that while Cleve
land was to be the host city, the
United States still, is designated as
tne nest nation. :
Curtis Lee- Smith, president of
Cleveland's Chamber of 1 Com
merce, said,' "We have said all
along that we. .cannot stage the
games without federal help.
"If Congress wants the'' games
in the United States it will have
to help us stage them," Curtis
said. '-:- ",
Cleveland Mayor Anthony Cele-
brezze said he would have a def
inite answer next week on the
city's ability to handle the games.
Although Douglas Roby, president
of .the .Pan American Sports Con
gress, said Cleveland ..had until
May 1 to decide, Celebrezze ap
parently didn't plan to .wait that
Delaying action until next week,
however, indicated Cleveland was
still .making an effort to raise the
necessary money for the games
Schedule For Season
- CLEVELAND "(UP )-The Cleve Cleveland;
land; Cleveland; Browns announced Wodnes-day-
they have scheduled their
first home exhibition, fame
against the -Detroit Lions at Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal Stadium here the night of
Sept.: 14. '-'.'
The game will give Ohio- foot football
ball football fans a chance to see ex-Ohio
State University star Howard
(Horalone) Cassady. Cassady, an
Ail-American in 1954 and 1955,
Joined the Lions; ia 1956.. trier
. It will be- the third pre-season
game for the Browns who meet
the San Francisco 49ers Sept -1
and the Los Angeles Rams on
Three more exhibition tilts will
Earlier, Coach Paul Brown an
nounced-the eignrng of veterans i
Harold Bradley, Mike McCor McCor-mack,
mack, McCor-mack, Galen Fist and Junior
Wrea to 1957 contracts.
Lazlo Tabori Runs
Fajleslll. C-Hile -In
CHAPEL HILL. N.C. O.T)
.Hunganaa Olympian Lasilo i Ta Ta-jberi
jberi Ta-jberi made his America outdoor
debut Tuesday' with the fastest
Bile ever run in North .Carolina.
I Tabori'. lad -a three man Md
with. a time of 4:08 6 in the spe special
cial special AAU mile during-Tuesday's
North Carolina .North Carolina
State -dual track meet here.
He CnisnH IS van) ahad of
.North Carolina's Jim Beatty vho
firish4 ia 4.09. Dave ScurWk.
wiraarfly a half -mi Vr. tv;-J
n an f 4:18. ?
Arias warning came ,at a
Commission meeting after Moli Molina
na Molina had asked officials to take
steps that neither boxer commit
any infraction, under penalty of
line or suspension, i i
Molina oomplalned that Bourn
has a reputation of being a- 'dir 'dirty
ty 'dirty fighter who knows all the
trlcka -and Is not afraid to 'use
.them."" :-ipi -v ; . $ ( .
(a r -f -jjf 4 .m' '('
'-The Cuban- trainer-manager,,
who arrived with Ibarra from -New
York Tuesday, quoted
from a story which appeared
, in Bohemia, a, leading Cuban
magaiine, in -which Bourne
and Lagartija Reyes wore e e-cusod
cusod e-cusod of engaging in one of
the "dirtiest brawls witnessed
in Havana in 25 years." The
champion lost, m decision to
Reyes in a match which took
place last year.- ;
Molina said that Ibarra is. a
young, capable fighter who
shouid bring Rlory and honor to
ranama one day.
"It would be a shame," he
conunuea, -ii inia boy's career
were cut short by the '. Illegal
tactics of an opponent of by tne
unscrupulous methods of an op opposing
posing opposing trainer. All I demand is
strict application ol the rules
. 'Woodruff,-, who was visibly
nettled over what he called un unfair
fair unfair remarks, said he could not
see what 11 the fuss was about.
Molina probably has bad In Intentions
tentions Intentions of his own." ha assert.
ed "and that's why he expects
we same of us. We'll resort to
no tricks to win this f lent. It
won't be necessary."
Molina Insisted during the dis discussion
cussion discussion that as Ibarra's trainer,
lt was his duty to seek his fight fighter's
er's fighter's welfare.
Arias assured the ratherlntr
that a competent referee would
be in the ring with instructions
to see that the rules of the Mar Marquis
quis Marquis of Queensbury are fallowed
to tne letter. "Tne commission
expects cooperation from both
corners," he added.
- Tho principals in Sunday's
feature are snppooed) to snake
111 pounds at vrelghing-ua
time at 11 aunt, Sanday.. v
in the event either .fighter
has difficulty making the weight
at the appointed time, he will be
etven not more than one hour
to come down to the limit, it was
decided last night
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Sbf tball Championship
Team ' ' W
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Cafe Bohio .... 9
Cerveza Balboa 4
Rainbow Citv ... 4
uep. nuna 1
April ( Scoring once In the
opening cnapter and addme an.
otner brace in the seennd ant
i.nira irames. caie Bohlo were
otf and running' to their eighth
SWf triumph tamlne ; the
jiery,i)eennen. 5-0. :!'m-v
' The win moved the firemen
one game closer to th.tit,i with
the ble navoff due on Mondav
A win, for the-fire fighters will
sew up me cnampionsmp. Man
ager qui sent ; HUzinger, star
hurler from the pacific side to
the hill in a vain attempt to
halt the leaders and now hopes
xwtmoow ciiy can Knock off the
pace setters to stay in the race.
Meanwhile Agard pitched a cag cagey
ey cagey game spacing out five bingles
to earn, his third win in a row
without a Joss. .-j;.3-v.'f
HUzinger on the other hand
cave out seven- hits with thr
of them bunched in the second
h piate two tallies after his op opponents
ponents opponents had lumned nffwit.h
singleton in the'flrst. LoveU and
Gooding was top man for the
winners with two for three. Both
uuua yayca errorless oaseoau,
The.linescorer. v., .-v. -"--,...,'.
Cer. Balboa 000 000 00 A n
iBie tjonio 1ZZ00OX--5 7 n
cabienes: HUvinerer ann wan-
drln; Agard and Cameron. Um Umpires:
pires: Umpires: Lewis,. Green and Small,
, The Clincher -,
April 8 'Ji The Cafe Bohio
smokeeaters, were crowned
champions of the Rainbow City
Softball loop coming from' be behind
hind behind to smother the surprised
Rainbow City star, a-2. , The
firemen played their- steady
brand of ball as usual and Man-
Robinson Vows He'U Win
Back Crbwn From Fullmer
By OSCAR FRALEY
GREENWOOD LAKE. N.Y.
(UP) Sugar Ray Robinson, ad-
muung mat "at you re not get getting
ting getting any ;' better,'? prepared
Wednesday for the fight of his
boxing life. .,-.'
This is' a new. IgrlmW 'serious
Robinson who will strive to regain
the middleweight crown from rug rugged
ged rugged Gene' Fullmer at Chicago
May 1. .(.This isr,no longer the
laughing playboy once known as
one of the greatest fighters, pound
tor pound, in ring History.
He' realizes that this could be
the. end of the "road, for the man
trying to grab for the fourth time
a title won from Jake LaMotta,
lost and regained against Randy
Turpin, and taken again from Carl
(Bobo) Olson before losing it to
Fullmer,';. -V ,'.i:
VMas Him Worried
' Cowboy Gene, an awkward
"crowder," is the-kind of fighter
old Sugar Ray at one time ate
for breakfast. Today he worries
Hhe' one-time Harlem dynamiter.
You see it ia Robinson's sober
mein sod m the relentless man
ner ia which he trains,
They.- wonder whether Robin
son's legs are gone and certainly
ne is not tne ring-master of old.
Yet, they say at the Ramshackle
mq on the shores of Greenwood
Lake, her is punching harder than
ever. Anybody can see the hurt
pna anvmg mm on; mat, and al
neca w reaoy casn.
Sugar' Ray is ia trouble with
Uncle Sam ia the same wit n
Joe Louis. Each owes an incredi
ble amount of back taxes and it
is doubtful whether they will ever
Jockey CHdquetf e
Duplicates Record -Sprint
Ride Of '55 7
RAIXAKDALE. Fla. (UPV
Two years ago this month John
Cboooette planed from New York
10 Miami to ride Needles to a record-busting
victory in a race at
Gulfstrean Park. ;
The Canadian-born jockey made
another special trip from New
York Tuesday and. this time he
guided Bolero U. to a world rec record
ord record equalling triumph in the Gulf Gulf-streaas
streaas Gulf-streaas Park Juvenile Stakes.
Ia his 19SS ride, Cboquette hus hustled
tled hustled Needle to a sew track rec record
ord record of 52 2-5 seconds for four and
one-half furkwgs. That mark re remained
mained remained a the boards until Bo Bolero
lero Bolero U. streaked the distance in
II 45 eri-rtt T"3'cv'-Z the
-' 1 f'i-'fi hv- ? : -v Jt
City Major ;
ager Hooper calm and calcula calcula-tive
tive calcula-tive all the way. watched his
crew reward him with the big biggest
gest biggest win of the season :
Although the firemen '. still
have three remaining games on
their slate, you can bet they will
be trying to extend this streak
and go on to set a league record
that will be hard to duplicate.
Sapp and Wood were mound op opponents
ponents opponents for this big one and the
former Jumped off to one- run
lead when Franklin ; doubled
nome canate from second.
mis lead was shortlived us
me iiremen roared hack nn nl
macedas'- booming triple and
Norprw rouslne four-master.
Rainbow City knotted it at two
an in tne tniro wnen Dango Ar-
tnur scoreo on canates" sacrifice
fly., l- -
-The payoff -came In the third
as the Hoopermen loaded the
bags, then Balmacedo cleaned
them with a double to short cen center.
ter. center. Quinlan made a lonr run in
to grab the hall but barely miss--ed
it and that was the ball game.
Tne Stars, a beaten erew. will
now have to battle Cerveza and t
the surglnr Margarita Stars for
the runner up spot, it can turn :
out In a three-wav tie. Gettinar
the break he k wanted Hooper
sent his work-horse Agard to re
place Wood the starter tn the.
fourth after he showed signs of :
weakenlna and the sturdv ritrht-
handf-r held the Stars in check
the test of the way. Wood got
credit for his fourth win to be- -come
the winningest hurler of
the loop.; -";.-:(. it.s
The linescore:f J? .'
Rainbow City ?
024 OOz 6
Sapp and Franklin;. Wood, A A-gard
gard A-gard and Cameron. Umpires:
Williams, Green, Small and Lew-(
is. Scorer? Bert Walters. ..
Yet more than that drives Sugar
Ray as he prepares to climb into
the ring against the Utah strong
boy who, on youth and strength
rates, a -solid 4-1 favorite, s It it
Robinson's refusal to concede that
he might he tthrough. r y,:
" -1 -- ',;v.S.r-.:
t.:;;: Dotarmlnod .To. Vlin,-:;
'PhysicaUy t haven't r lost' V'.
thing," Sugar Ray says, defiantlv.
"Fullmer has an awkward style
and that's how he beat me the
last time. I've fought rougher and
stronger men, nice, let's say. La-
et's say. La-
em. I never
t better. This I
'''if-.,:-, ; l.v
Motta ana beaten tnem.
remember feeling any
one I've got to win,'
There is S susDicion here that.
despite the years' and the odds,
young Master Fullmer faces a
rough evening. For here is a seri serious,
ous, serious, determined 'Robinson no one
ever has seen before. ''
"Fullmer, didn't appear to he i 1
hard puncher," he analyzes stern-
?. "I csnt say for sure whether
hurt him but I will admit I
made some mistakes.'! held too
much and -1 waited too long. I
forgot to fight like I can. This
time it will be different"
The eyes from which the laugh laugh-ter
ter laugh-ter is gone make that more of a
vow than a. promise. -.' --t
Sports Briefs j
GREENWOOD LAKE, N.Y."
(UP) Sugar Ray Robinson is
concentrating oa his counter counter-punching
punching counter-punching in workouts for his re-'
turn title fight with middleweight
champion Gene Fullmer at Chica Chicago
go Chicago May I. The ex-champ weighed
165 pounds following another four
rounds of sparring Tuesday-
CHIAGO (UP) Middleweight
champion Gene Fullmer ah-eadv
has scaled down to 162 pounds
two over tne limit or his title
bout with Sugar Ray Robinson at
Chicago May 1. Fullmer scarred
three rounds Tuesday and later
worked on the heavy punch m
bag. , v
KEW YORK (UP) 1m Do-
lany, the Olympic 1J00 meter
champion from Villaaova CoUege,
has been aamed the outstanding
athlete of the 1957 indoor track
and field seasmi by the New York
Metropolitan Track, Writers Asm.
The gangling Irishman hasn't lost.
an indoor race in two years.
INDIANAPOLIS, tod. (UP)
Vince Martinei of Paterson, fiJ-.
who lost aa trpset decision te
Ralph Dupas Mrmday nipht, may
f et another crack at the New Or Orleans
leans Orleans lightweight cert month. At
Farb. a lotal promoter, sa.d he
is trvire to Jce a rerratch
n t- eve rf fe I-"-r..'e ."'--
TPTRSDAX, APRIL 11, 1957
,TCS flA'AMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAttT NEWSPAPER
f ive Jrinsi
Records Fall v
In l Each Event
KIP' 6N0BTER Nogalino hita the finish Tine ft short head
Uv.ftoohfc ot Verygood which led Crews Hill by a neck iri Sat-
- urday's seventh race. Cagey Chilean saddle ace Cristian
, Reljolledo1 outgeneralled Osvaldo ,de Leon, aboard Verygood,
' and 1 Braulio Baeza, who bad the leg tin on mutuels favorite
Crews Hill Nogalino, a longshot,, returned a Juicy $20.20
i-.-- "-- -. ner win ducat.
-ISTHMIAN LITTLS LEAGUI
V By C1LBERTO BURTON
Second-hatf fundings; April 10:
! 'mi c WL GB GB-Nehl
Nehl GB-Nehl " vl 5 2
'Elga c i 4 '3 W
Sommers Spartsv "i t 4 8U
Mutual ot Omaha ; 4 1 1
TropelcO' J '--.- i 2 5 -3
. TlvoU Motors 'r"-"" 53
Next four games i r
Thursday. April 11: Nehi vs Mu
tual of Omaha,- "Li c Vi'
Fridayr April 12: Elga ,vs. NeW.
Monday; April 15: Mutual of. O O-sjiaha.vs
sjiaha.vs O-sjiaha.vs Tivoli Motors
yesterday's result:., Sommer'
. fpark.M0,. Elga 1..
- French, Hebbert and Carew got
together to hold Sommer'' Sparks
hitiess,-lnut Elga-' was on- the
short end of the 10-1 decision.'
. French surrendered eight walks
and four runs before giving up
mound duties to Hebbert in the
second inmng of y e s t e r d a y's
game. Hebbert ptoved more effec effective
tive effective although his four walks, a lit lit-tie
tie lit-tie carelessness and a few wild
; pitches cost. Elga 'five more runs
la the third. : -.v.-T
r 'Carew took over theB and lost
one more, when Hinds walked,
snoved to. second on a wild pitch
( and scored on Infield plays. v
1 nffmnivelv. Carew doubled In
the first and Barber singled, but
Carew. was caught trying to-makejtoo over fourt' olace while while
fill way iMni. nmcu
va the other hitter in Anthony
Hinds three-hit show,
: Jommar't Spark
W. Thomas, n
li. Robinson, lb i,
L. Jimenez, ss
i, E. Dabdel,-e.'.C-R.:
Juley, cf ; i.
M. GarneU,.3b -.
G Couloote, 2b
G. Hinds, p i? --TOTALS,
iLCA 4 ;;
H. Pacheco, 2b, ss .'
K. Eveljft, 3b
R. Carew, ss, p '
I. Barber, lb
J. Stennett, If
A Barber, cf -A.
E. Hebbert, c,- p, c
J. Fxench, p . i
S. Dyer, e -R.
Bonnick, 2b t'
0 3 0
19 10 ,0
Winning pitcher: Hinds.. -.
V Losing pitcher: French.-
Umpires: Farreu, bobers. unosay.
Time: 1:01 Scorer: A. Peterkin.
- Tivoli Motors 3, Tropelco 3.
-Tivoli Motor; -played Tropeko
fo a 3-3 tie. Grrfield Mayers shuf shuffled
fled shuffled players around in a mad at attempt
tempt attempt to gain the victory bat had
to be content with a two hit per performance
formance performance of the two pitchers he
used, each of whom gave up just
on. nit. ;
St. Claire went the distance for
Tropelco striking out 10, and walk walk-faia
faia walk-faia nut 3. St. Claire hit two for
two (Trooeleo 1 oruv two tuts I ana
James., imrtn end rarreu scvreo
the runs. Stewart was toptutter on
the Tivou Motor tune.
H. Stewart, rf
G. Ofarro. cf
R. Long, lb, p
A. Vajers, cf, lb
C. Psm. Sb
V. Sci'f Njry, If
G. 1" if
. I i c
AB R II
2 1 1
t 1 li
2 e 1
I e t
i Jt 0
A.: Castellero. JD
F, Shaw,, rf
5 a ;o o
J. Smith, cf
Melende,2bc l.-Z-&yl 00
iUXAJuS ; ;,-,; t,.:.-:l 1 3 2
Umpires: Farrell, Lindsay,
Weeks, Sobers; Time: 1:09 Scorer;
A. Peterkin. -;.v Vi'fV'1' -:
Pearl Trim Takes
Early Times Ringer
Pearl Trim.1 increased her lead
to four strokes over Harriet Ser Ser-ger
ger Ser-ger in the Women's v-flight of the
Early Times Ringer at Summit
Hills. Louise Jones held on to
third place but Marabell Lu n d
too over fourt! place while while
Lynn Jonesrdropped to fifth place.
M. Blenman, p'
N. Squir?:, cf
V. James, ss J; v
R. Smith, lf-r
O, St. Clafre, p"
ErFarrcll, c T
T." Daniels, cf, 3b
The ony change of note in the;Stars., ;,
first flight was that Perc Graham Ahe sustained mystery, held
took over fourth place and BUI from the beginning of the sekson,
Carlton dropped back to fifth.
Pres Trim and Jack Hammond
ar. tied for the lead with 66s.
In the tournament -which alrea already
dy already boasts over 300 rounds of eolf
(18 holes each)' the second flight
W .till hn TmI JnrH.n la.Hi.i .ih
a 63. Jordan's last improvement
was on March 27. But despite the
iaci inai tne leader has been
standing still for two weeks his
challenges don't seem to be able
in nirk tin inv trtvmtwl w .It.,
Jj Grow and Leo Eberenz were otn-
Jjed in the second place tie by Mor-
'iris Cherry and Ken Bennett is ia
,Hugh Thomas improved bis lead
over N. B. Stephenson to three
strokes in lb) third flight. Thom Thomas
as Thomas has a 67 and Stephenson an e-
ven par 70. Following Stephenson
3 art Rindv Wait I72 Dnn Parr
(75) a- Malcolm Wheeler (76).
; FIRST FLIGHT
Ov In T
33 33 M
32 34 66
32 31 63,
2t 34 66
32 34 66
32 34, 66;
31 36 6T,
Leo E bp rem
vM nnnrft n
N. B. Stephenson
Pearl Trrm -. 33
I to J,-.-r 77
v : L,-i
i -I t
Tweaty-two track and field men
were on hand, last mgnt to com compete
pete compete in the first five events in the
annual) decathlon at the Balboa
Stadium.! Completely' unawed by
former! performances the contest
ants proceedea to Drean every rec
ord for the five events -which
were run off v
Dan Mescall and John Clark of
Albrook Air Force Base and BUI
Jankovich of the Army broke the
high hurdle mark by lour tenins
of a second as they ran-Hhe event
in 9.1," I
Bill i Jankovich was really on
fire ait he roared through the 100
in 10.3 and the 220 In 23.4, set new
decathlon' records 'in these events
replacing the former marks oi io.
4 and 24.0 .respectively. V
"Not To be 'outdone by his tesm
mate. John Chaplin also of the Ar-
mv tleared the 1 '
jump -at 5 "feet inches to better
the previous mark of S feet 1 inch-;
e?. Hay Nitkisher of Junion Col
lege put his Drawn oenma me inoi
and hRaved it 48 feet 5 inches to
erase the former" mark of 47 feet
11 incVipa u r
-With at least ten competitor In
a position to win this activity ; it;
snouia oe snoiner rouKu ingm xvi
the record books as the contest
ants go through their paces in the
final five events at the Balboa Sta
dium tonight at 6:30 p.m- ;
To-oigbts' program wm consist
. : i .. V . ... :
120 yards Lew Hurdles
Pols Vaults t .K
M0 Yard Run
AHmisnion is free and the 'pub-
lie is cordially invited to attend.
st.nHiriff in the ; Decathlon St
the end of the first five events:
1 Tnhn Hlarlc. AlDroOK. ZtlB
2. BiU Jankovich, Army Pac,
2324 .. r--f V
3 Ray Nlckisner a. c, v:
4. Bob Toothman, BHS, 2150 r
r nan Motnll Albrook. 2120.
8 John Chaplin, Army Pac 1861
7. Leroy Rogers, A.c, iw
8. Charles Detore, CHS, 1635,
a. R...1 Barbara, BHS, 1614 i
10. Fred Raybourne, JC, .1531."
11. Ken Fulleton, AC, 1398 ;
f12. Dormn Fulton, JC, 1370
13. Carl Toothman, BHS, 1336
14. Joe Galloway, BHS, 1126
15. Cerardo Cosca, BHS 1167
n: Bob Hatting, BHS, 1146
17. Andre Libert, 'BHS, 1000 :
1S:Ur Toussjeh,-BHS, 639
a r rn j R i vri BHS. 769
"2l' Clifton Odenhall, Army Pac.
, 99 nvi1 Dunlao. BHS, 505
;New decathlon records were set
in all five ol the evems -. i
Jk-'.:--j-.1,i.i-. 4 ..tt'T'-
70 HH: J- 1 by Dan : Mescsll
and John Qark of Albroofo and
Mill Jlanl-nvirh nf ArmV PC
100 yds: 10.3 by Bill Janko
vich ef Army Pae.--;?-2C3
yds:: 23.4 by Bill Janko
s shot Put: 48 ft. 8 tn W y
Nickisher of A.C.-- .';',
Hieh Jump: ft. eV' by
John Chaplin of Army Pac. y.,y
1: By HERBERT M6lS I.
RAINBCW CITY it's all over'
but the mystery UH i holds a
Sgt Paul Walker-and his Cafe Bo-
bio lirefighters .cjmched the 1957
Laauipionsuip of the Rainbow City
j.iaitiponsmp m. me
Open Classification by defeating
Henrs' Thomas' Ramoow City
concerns the new champions a
biuty to win ., ana nw
mey cuncaea mo tniuc
losing a contest.
On psper this team does not ap
pear poient a comparea te iwo
other team in the league but they
have won, won and won eight
tiroes withtout a defeat, to Clinch 1
the coveted 34-inch trophy to be
donated by the league, the per
formance of the dub astounded
the so-called experts of Atlantic
side-Softball by not only winning
but by trarstibg forta into a real
colorlul outfit. The nucleus of this
crab is participating in the Colon
Liga Mayor and in the second
haif they kite 11 undefeated
string running there too.
When s tea ensued as this comes
Into the limelight, one begins to
wonder why. 'e also fell into
stride and found that this club
had the discipline, hustle and de
termination to tin plus five hit
ters ia the leading six of the loop.
In our opinion, the key figures in
Urn fabulous won and tost record
'maker are: Chester DeSouza and
Chester is not only hitling msg msg-nificently
nificently msg-nificently but i calling most of
the play, fielding s fancy second
base but is dome wonders as a
relief :tcber. DimuniUve but Ay
naoiie, DeSouxa is our choice for
the MVP awai .'. Tilmot oa the
other side is less demonstrative
insofar as publicly expressirg him-
(self is cMcern j but bis big bat
land beads-op fielding has certaia-
I ly helped tais :am eJoog.
32 3S 6TJ . ; ..
38 34 701 Perhaps we bare done a had
36 37 73; thing bene in singling out DeSoura
37 33 "S and Wilmot. but amocg sveh ttll ttll-37
37 ttll-37 39 76 players oe or two must be the
leaders, On 1 -hole, uus tesm de-yrn-e-every
hit of eulogy thai
can be poured onto them.
7l Gxl axk Cr F'Mo r.-r't'-t-
73 r- a'J f-''f" I' fi -f
r 1 1 1
I ' O, - 4 ,
ntTT 1 at THr. Pl.ATi? i Mike
cessfully to steal home In the opening game of the recent series between the Panami Area
Armed Forces 1957 Baseball champions,. Fort Clayton's Cavaliers, and the all-stars at Balboa
Stadium.". Catcher Lou Onders Rets set) to put the tag on Rivera as batter Frank Loy, also of
Amadorj backs out of the batter's box Clayton- went' on to- win the game 3-2 and vn the fol fol-lowlne
lowlne fol-lowlne afternoon edged the all-stars 4-2 for a elea sweeD of the series. The American Le-.
gion .sponsored the series in-support-of the-Bovs State Program. (U.S. Army Photo)
The defendinr chamipn Brazos
Brook Country Club today became
the first club to announce Its team
for the 1957. Interclub Golf Match
es which are scheduled to get un
derway at 9 a.m. Sunda.
Braxoi will nlav at i Panama,
Rodman-Gamboa at Ft. David and
Summit; ats EU?&mtoeM,J,b
iThW;'iSlnnii-a: these' ; : t H t 'e e
niatfhes will Qualify for the Cham
pionship round that will he held A A-pril
pril A-pril 28. The lite of the final round
Tr,;.; j Ta'PacLsa
' wASHINGTdN (UP Attorney
Rilnh W. Gardner revealed yestef
day- be has oeen negouaimg ii
1 r . I
two weeK in an auempv u uuj
the Washington Redihins and
nlona ifi ton-MI trvinff.' .' ' 1
The v wealthy r e Id e n t of
Shelby, N.C.f attorney and son. of
a former North Carolina governor,
told the United Press he has been
discussing possible purchase of the
pro football club with owner
ueorge resion jnaronau.
"Marshall didn't say yes and he
didn t say bo," Gardner a ooea.
"From" my last Conversation with
him. I took it' that I would be
Justified .' in continuing negotia
tions." i'; ;v ,;,
Marshall. ''himself was. en route
to California and was unavailable
for direct comment,' But Vice
President Milton King, who also Is
Marshall's personal attorney, said
"George never talked to me about
any offer and I'm sure if be were
seriouslv tonsiderina selling the
team in the immediate future, ne
'woum have sdvised me and ether
club otlicials.; ,i v
Gardner said he had made Mar Marshall
shall Marshall "no specific money offer"
but added: -' -. .
'I gathered from our talks what
be has in-mind as to a fair value
for.the-franchlse." ; v-.
Gardner said if he does buy the
club,, he would "prefer to leave it
ia wssningron. w
. : FlaKhlight
ALUMINUM RUST PROOF:
1 Wfth 2
Rivera of ithe PAAF: AllJgtars
nnounces I earn
Will W determined by a drtw itU
er Sundays matches..' :
The .Brazos Brook -team ( fol follows:
lows: follows: -.
mond, 'Hause-Hoverson, s L'e w i s s-Noonan,
Noonan, s-Noonan, French Hamlin, Kern p p-Prier,
Prier, p-Prier, Eder-DicK Brown, Armi-tSge-Johnsdn,-'
m a imcsen-nicnarason. ? ?i
' The reserves are EHon Bell Pete
Duncan. Dick Meisineer : and Gil
Morland. The team will be Cap
tained by '.Morland; l l is';
There is hope that the reserve
will- be on hand because even if
they do not play on ; the team,
they 'will be able to go out-on the
ceuwe- imnirdiatery--after, -t h e
teams- have teed toff. :-tJr -.
BUY EVERYTHING ON OUR BUDGET PLAN
TRANSI5TIIMIAN HIGinTAY TEL. 3-1301
and of Fort Amadorvtries unsuc
"The President 'of the Panama
Golf Association, Jim Riley, said
that each team' will consist of 20
players and that the elimination
matches? Sunday will ; be three
point Nassua played in best ball
foursomes. .. v .-
Each .team must have 20 mem members
bers members on hand to. play or forfeit the
points in matches which they have
no player available: If both teams
are short f players then no points
will be allowed for- the unplayed
matches.; r. i. e- 1 r t
, F'- n v .. .'
, It ; wasv alsov announced v t h t
Summit players, would be allowed
to use the Fort -Amador Course
for practice, rotnds" vth fsdfnam fsdfnam-der
der fsdfnam-der of this.wcek. ',
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THURSDAY, APRIL U, 1957
- I fllo, of Abb 19 run oausv s
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-6740
- j. 1 1- .s-Mn.'i'e. si r ."
THIS SPACE SOLD
- Houses Apartments r
FOR' RENT: Chltt it Golf
Hiightt. J.rgt jinwn, nv
room, dining roomr. 3 btdroom,
J- bathrooms, moid' room.
. hot wattr. Complotoly furnwh furnwh-"
" furnwh-" Contract can bo arrongod for 3
yoars. Phono morningf, 3-ZWS.
.FOR RENT: Chalot I bod bod-i
i bod-i nam. living dining, garago.
1 maid room with o r v I c a.
Tranoithmian High Way wnd
St. Vista Hormoi. Tol. 3-1ZJ
.- or J-Sl.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALEj SALEj-i
i SALEj-i Forniahod or vnfurniihod pa-
ciowt roiidoneo In Bolla VUta;
'l largo bodrrom. ono """f0"-
ditionod; 1 bath; porch 1 Sx M
giving room; lr,li,5t?nL:
maid room with bath; nor
twator; froaior; waohing ma ma-'
' ma-' china; largo gardon; fn"'
to roliabla party: Ownor loav-
i r ... a. lalrniM iflnrl
'ktg 'itnmu. rr ii..-....
f call a-30n .during offlco hour.
FOR RENT:- Complotoly fur
' lot. (hot wator). HI Via Ball-
., FOR RENT: Houo for ront.
f May 22 to Soptombor W.
Houoo 712-B, lalboa Phono 2-
t Roorvo NOW.'"-1 1nicpontva
atiiffing vacation, S a n t a
- Clara Boachi Shrapnol'. fur fur-niihod
niihod fur-niihod houo. Phono Balboa
i Oramlich' Santa Clara Boaeh
: Cottago. Modorn eonvonioiieo
modorato ratoo. Phono Gam Gam-t
t Gam-t boa, 4-441,
I rOSTIU'S COTTAGES and brgo
' J buck houto. Ono milo Mt Ca-
oino. mono wiooo
5 PHILLIPS Oeaanld'o Cottago
'T M 1 Oa A M
Santa tiara. dq
ma, R. do P. PhonrPasama
ft 3-1177, Crirtobal 3-173.
; m.nti at Santa Clrj Baach,
J Tolophono Smith, B'lboa, 3M1.
Criticism By GOP
..'..'munmnn Anrll 11 (UP)
AaMsamenU ol Republican
gentlment In Conitresa lndlcat-
Mfodv there wlU be KrowtaK
, top resistance to major parts ot
President Elsenhower's legisla legislative
tive legislative proKram.
; It was doubted, however, that
. many Republican lawmakers will
ko so tar. as to make a clean
break with the administration.
These conclusions,' were sug sug-'
' sug-' tested bv estimates ol senior
OOP senators after they iread
the President's latest defense of
his leirlslaUve protcram and his
,73 billion dollar budget at yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's news conference.. ,v,
Elsenhower's comments was
prompted bv a ouestlon men mention
tion mention lrm Monday's Senate speech
by Sen. Barry M. Oaldwater D D-Arlt).
Arlt). D-Arlt). who said the administra administration
tion administration budget repudiated 1952 GOP
The President said the gov government
ernment government could not go back to
practices of 1890 but must de develop
velop develop new approaches to mwt
new problems. Developing such
aoproaches. he Mild, results In a
. c!sh of opinions.
Stoutly defendlne his peace peacetime
time peacetime Tecord 1T1.8QO.000.000 budff-
et. he said. "I believe profound profoundly
ly profoundly 4n the thlnes that. w.c
proposed as neeeary for "this
country, and In other ease we
nav wruTsms that have been
wih n for veair :
f There Is no chanw of ever ever-in
in ever-in thm ond. Inde. t.hw Is
wobably only a.very few of them
that should be dropped.
tjirrreo states or amebic
. Canal Zone
' rnltcd Stetca DbtrM CMrt Pot
' The DfctrM The Caml Zotm
' In the Matter ot the Adoption ot
, David Wayne Peeka a minor under the
e at M y1 vs. Albert Feekx. De Defendant.
fendant. Defendant. Civil No. 4462. CiUtion Pei.
tinn tar Adoption
To: Albert Per la
before the United State District Court
tor the District of the Canal Zone. Di-
Ton are hereby required te apoear
before the United State District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone. Di Di-rMeat
rMeat Di-rMeat f Balhasr at the Courtroom
Anroa. Canal Zone, on the t da? of
June. 1S7. at rioefe in the fore-
ttoan of that day. then and there to
show causa. If any yum have, why Al
vin I Steenerk ehnuld mt be oer-
xitta to atovt the snmor above nam named.
ed. named. Mevid Wayne Peeks,
'Ham twneraMe Outhrle T. Crowe.
-JiMce. United Statea Divtslea Court for
the District at the Caaial Zorav this 1
oay mi AoVil. ISST-
' Clark a Court
Wy's-Xals t Wmliia
' Deputy Oark -To:
The fareeoinc citation is served uv
ea ve by subHeertoa pursuant to, the
or ear or ate Honorable buuerie
rrwe. Judt. United Vtatas District
Court far the District of the Canal
; -'i. dated the 4sy of March. 157.
J entered end fflad af record In thie
. m t the office of the CVsrk of the
l ned States DiiSrtct Court. Dtviaian
fWRtea. est She 2 day of March.
J s: 7."
C. t. McTeralck, Jr.
Oerk of Court
ATTENTION. 0. I.I Jwit biH
VMOOora furaiibod apartment. I.
2 bodrooms. hot, cold watar.
Phono Panama 9-494 1.
FOR RENT: Cool and com comfortable
fortable comfortable apartment. Living
room, dining room, bedrooms,
kitchen, independent service.
41th of July Avenue No. Tl-3-52
facing entrance to Quarry
Height. : For information en-
?uire tame building from
1:00 to 12.JD0 and from 5:00 to
4:00 or phone 2-2037 anytime.
FOR RENT; One bedroom
apartment with stove, refrl refrl-rator
rator refrl-rator and hot wafer. Air candid
tionod. Campo Alogre. Tel. 3 3-7192.
7192. 3-7192. Hurs 7 to I p.m.
FOR RENT:- Modern one
bedroom apartments, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, hot water instal installation,
lation, installation, maid's bathroom,
sveened. Building under
Construction, ready for occu occupancy
pancy occupancy and of present month.
3rd street Perejil, facing "Cole-
gio Javier. 170.00. For informa
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartments, furnished. Light,
, gas, telephone' and screened.
Sabanas No. 172, behind the
Sabanas Fir' Station. SM.00.
; For information see Quiiano,
8th street No., 540. Phone 2 2-2718.,,,
FOR RENT: Apartment' one
bedroom,., living-dining room,
screened,, wash tubs, 50.00.
, Furnished apartment, one bed bedroom
room bedroom for $65.00. Second street
Carrasquilla No. 35. "Audisio"
Building. -For information see
Quiiano, 8th street No. 5-30.
FOR RENT: Furnished
apartment, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, hot water. Phono 2-
FOR RSjNT: At El Canqre Canqre-jo.
jo. Canqre-jo. Modern apartment. 2 bed bedroom!
room! bedroom! 'tot water,. garage. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3382. Panama 3-1043.
FOR .RENT: Completely
furnished house In Golf High
throe bedroom, three baths,
living room dining room, kitch-
en, two servant' rooms and f
hi- bath.) Two car garage. Availa-
. ble May IS to Sept. .1st. call ;
i 3-429, i Bofork'.,10 $jm. or at i
$ 1:00 p.m. W'.' -:--"vV" ,'.... '-)f
FOR RENT: Locale, suitable
for 'offices or clinics on top
fleer of "Centra Medico"
Building, Cuba Avenue and
corner el 30th street East.
$35.00 and $75.00. For Informa Information,
tion, Information, se Quijane, 8th street
No. 5-30. Phono 2-2718.
FOR RENT: On .first floor
:acious locale, suitable for of office.
fice. office. 22nd street East Bis No.24 No.24-72,
72, No.24-72, beside the IF E Office.
$100.00. .For information see
Quiiano, 8th street No. 5-30.
On CZ Tomorrow
Arch Bailey, lecturer on Chris Christian
tian Christian Science, will arrive at Tocu Tocu-men
men Tocu-men airport tomorrow morn Inn
from Lima. Peru, to conclude an
extended lecture tour of the
He will deliver a lecture to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow nlKht at 8 o'clock In the
Balboa Theater and Sunday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Ma Masonic
sonic Masonic Temple. Cristobal.
Bailey la well known through throughout
out throughout the world because of his
Iwork a member of the board
r at a. la. .
oi ieciure.nip ox we rim
Church of Christ. Scientist. Bos Boston.
ton. Boston. Mass. He has covered the
United 8tates from coast to
coast lecturing In scores of the
lesser cities as well as in New
York. Chicago and West Coast
He will be met at the airport
bv Mrs. Richard C. Semant who
is chairman of the lerture om om-mfttep
mfttep om-mfttep of First Church of Christ
Scientist. Ancon. nnder whose
auspices Bailer, will lectur on
the Pacific side. He will rental!
in the Canal Zon over the week
end. firing to Miami Tuesday
Unites' Stales DMriet CeeiH Par The
DlstrVt TH, Canel teeie
Sidney S. RawUns. Ubeburt. vs.' M V J
Albacnra, her OMIie xeOers. tarkle.
imHuie. etc. ar0 Ooek Feeds, toe,
le-qendents. No Ziai. In adm'raKv
Bj vtrtue of en Order S-e l'eus
xut a ttv Twitted 8tste Drrtrtct Court
for' t Dtatrrrt el the C-naJ Zone.
Crist6bel Dhristen. on the 4th 4my ml
Anrfl. ISST, notice Is hereby gtvea thai
I wm seU Vr ewbHe auetioa. fne cash.
O. S. ewieiicy. ea Tuesday, the tMJ
sv af Aerfl. IS5T. at to e'eiaek A M,
st he VnHa4 States Distnet Cowl
CrMoeel Canal Zone. Ove Meter Ves Vessel
sel Vessel Aieeegrs her srainee, beilers. terltle.
furniture. ete as she row lies et Fter
14, erithnt the InOueirUl Drnstoai. Arse,
at CratrobaL Canal Vanr.
Var further Mormetteet. write so
rjrn'e States Mnl Jnmei L Kin Kin-eaid.
eaid. Kin-eaid. Drawer I. BaRiee Hetetit& Canal
Zene, or seN-ww
, rrrpsj i uptrnni
' - Ufttl States Marahal
Anmn. Canal Zene
April 1 1SSV
LEAVE: OUH At WITH ON OP OUE
BARDO NOV 2
lbs Bella Vista
FOR SALE :r-i Plymouth T53
crambrook 4 door sedan, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition throughout, 4
new' tiros, radio. Price $850.00.
FOR SALE: Ford Victoria
1951, Excellent condition'
Phone business hours,. Balboa
j 2-3376, Collier.
EAR SALE: 1953. 4 dOOT
Pontiac,. hydra-matic, radio i
airecnonais 900a ,iiuiH.
. House 0201 B. Ancon.
; 1959 Ford Fairlan fully equip-,
condition. JWHI consider small
car in trade. House 507,' An-
con (Parita Place), rnone
FOR SALES- 1954 two tone
Olds. 88. To ell by May 10th.
In oood condition, new -tires.:
Can be financed. See at house
39-A. Gatun. Phine 5-484, pric priced
ed priced reasonable.
good condition. Phone -2172
Curundu, after p.m.
'f -':;v eall ---'; J-'
, v JLVl RIDGE
, Oeneral Aitent
Gibraltar Tdfe Ins. Co.-
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 8-055X
WBAMCP4BTEC BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippers Mew;
Pheaes 1.2451 1-251
' Lears) Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding r Jumping Classes dally
J to 5 p.m. Phone i-2451
et by apeoiiitwioat.'
Balboa Service Center t
' SPECIAL APRIL ONLT w
'All Onr Best Permanent
'.. vm pm. u
NOW V 13.75 f
f Sret VM. personnel and,fJieSt
I -. '!, lamilr onljr-
Witti F 1.2 Lens
Panam4 N. lork
April 14 -v $17.50 each
B St, 27. sTeL M661
Ecuador Doctor :
Dies At Corgas'
Dr. Alexander M. Munox, 68;
o; uuayanun, ccuanor, qifu at
4.35 a.m. today it Gorgas Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. . ;
He was brought here from Ecua Ecuador
dor Ecuador In a seriously ill condition and
entered hospital Tuesday, April 2.
Dr. Munoi Is survived by his
wife Mrs. Alexander. Munos, his
daughter Mrs. Paoulta Mufioi
Casteline and a son Alexander
Munoi. all of Guaquil, Ecuador.
LEG A. NOTICE
UNITED STATES Ot" -AMERICA
t'nilre State DWrtrirt Ceewt Fee
The mettct mt The Canst Zee
-. n.lhna DlvtSlOO
In the Matter of, ttteAdotonof
Susan Msrie Lini "l; 1
Lsnee III, Terrence William Lange. Jar
David Lsnge. Patrice Marie Lange.
miners under 'the ae ef M years vs.
Albert rrands La". Jr.
Civil No. 447S. Citation Petition tor
Albert Frsnekt Jr.
You are hereby required t appear
before the United States DMrtet Court
for the District mt the Canal Zone. Di Di-vtslon
vtslon Di-vtslon ef Balhoe. at the Courtreern.
Canal Zone, en the S ey ef
Hune. 1SST. at o elork In the forenoon
lot that day. then ana snore w snow
causa, tf any yon novo. ?
Dean Wallsce should not J"f
mAtmnt the aalners above neoted.
Ibnan Marie Lenre. Albert Francis
Lenee DI. Terrenes William Leavfe. Jay
DrrM Lenge and Pstrtee Marie larnrc.
.Wttneas the Honorable Gwthrte P.
Crewe. Judge.', United SUtes District
Court for. the iMwna n hk wanai
Zone. Uu tt r!y ef-March. IT.
C. T. McTeoetek. Jr.
, Clerk ef Court
. j frysOe sbrrtsen f
Tblj Atbert Pranris Lsnge. J
The foreflohig citatien k) served in
ky puouesTiea worsmm es met
order of the) Honorable Guthrie P
Crewe. Jodie. Unite States District
Court for the District of the Canal
zn. detrd the ST dry ef March. !'.
and entered rv filed ef record In thW,
action m the erncr of tne Liera or rne
Unl'ed States Dsh-t Court, f'-n -i
nlboe, en the It day of MarrV
, ; r. MrCanoirt, tt,
i Oerk of Cnurt -.
1M Central Avenue a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE IT Fe. da la Ossa Ave. Mo. 41 FOTO DOMY Juito Arosemena Ave. and 33 St. FABMACIA
i Street Ne. S3 FARMACIA EL BATUBBuV-ra19.Be Lefevre I Street FARMACIA "SAS"-Vla Torras 111 MOVED APES ATHIS Beside
Theatre. , ' . s t 1
w j f i i - '"'" 's-1!! Mr, r. '. lv V, i
AGENTS OB OU OfTlCM AT 13-1T
FOR SALE: Sheets,', towels,
; scatter: rugs, women's winter
clothing, lamps miscellaneous.
Balboa 1309. s
Horse, for s le at Panama ;
Riding School, Call Fort Clay Clay-ton
ton Clay-ton 222 after 4 p.m. t V
PHILLIPS HARDWARE MER MERCHANDISE
CHANDISE MERCHANDISE R O D S AND
REELS GALOREWE'VE GOT
LOTS OF THINGS FOR SALE
IN STOCK AT VIOITTE'S
STORE. Nylures, . monofila monofilament,
ment, monofilament, rods, reels, wafer, skis,
' tow' fetsr binoculars, micros
.cones,' aluminium lawn fur fur-nirure,
nirure, fur-nirure, sprinkle hoses, air air-tron
tron air-tron lamps, and many ether
litems., BEFORE YOU BUY
CALL VIOLETTE SUPPLY
WILLIAM VIOLETTE SUP SUPPLY
PLY SUPPLY S B RVIC E. : Tel. 3 4318
Panama No. 434 (44th St.)
FOR SALE: Spinet type pia piano,
no, piano, n 4iSe 0255-B. Phone
319. Gamb9a, C. Z.
FOR SALE: Vartet y of
tropical, fish "Angeres", cheap
San Francisco, Phono3-5048.
? ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
' ';;; DRAWER A,,, DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
DECORATING YOUR HOME?
Visit us for Modern Patterns
in upholstery cloth and-Draperies
GIBCO- Juste Arose Arose-mana
mana Arose-mana and 34th St. or phone'
' .Panama 3-0281 anytime. Also
' K.rpet-Squeres for wall .to
' wall carpeting. Do it yourself I
BUNKS, 2 slngts bods In one,
great spas saver, vary1
' strong. Just a few left. EL
VENDELO TODO, Tel. 2-,
0049, Ancon : avenue T-10, ax
vAlamo Cabaret,, front of ''The
Shelter", bar. .,
FOR .SALE: i Ariel Metorcy
, cle 1953 Amodel VHS.' 500 ecu (
,ln excellent condition. One
owner only. See at tteuse 8109,
. Hesa p I a c : Margarita,,
Phone 3-2502." L. H., Scrantoiu
ii Rid To Include d
Two rock n roll singing groups
from; th Atlantic side- will be
featured tonight along w 1 1 ft
Caribbean strongman-Yogi Bill
Abbott at the Rio Theater.
, The Mello-NipRS, wmcn won m
contest held In Colon Jast week,
and the Blue-Cats. group of
Army singers from Tort Day is
have been contracted by George
(BaronJ Bryan fcrtonigh.ti per performance.;
formance.; performance.; : -' ".''
in erwitlon to the two groups.
Bryan will appear on the show
a comedian,. wim Ye non nonstable
stable nonstable as emcee. '
Abbott,, a 225-pound .native of
Antigua, "Sticks .steely blades
through his face and body, with without
out without Inflicting permanent injury
and also t performa feats of
The show will be sUged at
UNITED. STATU OP AMTBICA
Canal Zone -Vetted
wlataa Dlrtrfcrt Cewrt Per
The Dfctrirt of The Canal Umm
In the Matter ei the Adoption ef An Angel
gel Angel Ortsnde. Montano Garcia, a miner
under the age of 14 years, vs. nrei
Orlsndo MonuA Maldonede. He.
To: Angel Orlando Montane MaMnwdo
ToU are hereby required tn anpear
before the United States DUtrirt Cowrt
for the District- of the Cans! Zone. Di Division
vision Division of Balboa, .at- the Courtroom
thereof. Hi Ancon. Cinai tone, on ww
sth dav or June. INT. at a dock tn
the forenoon of that day., thee.
there So show era any jou
.h iuh rwvV ahouM not
eeed with She heartns of h netittsn
for fhe ndoption of the
United etstes srrwner
4 riutrtct of tne
Zona, ttas SU Hy or oj".
Clerk of Court :
JUre ss Pene
Chief Deovty Oerk
We- Ahgd OrUndo Montane Meteorae
The taregolng citation ail npaai
voa by pubheatien oureuant to the or order
der order eg the Honorable Guthrie P. Crowe.
Judge. United States Dwtrict Ceasrt for
tae Dietrtrt of the Ce" sVwes. dated
ie Sk dev of April. I7, snd entered
and fled in this ertno to the ofce ot
the Oe-k of the tri- States ntrw ti
Cawrt. PlvMon M Ba.ooo. en tne to
f ml Apru. r7
"HflTKEET, J'JiSSSJS &JiJ!P!$SiL
FOR SALE: Furnlsned con.
erete cottage, Santa Clara.
100.00 down, a. balance S50
monthly. Phone Panama 3-.
7258. v - j
Boats, & Motors
FOR S.'.LE: Outboard motor
12 H.P. Elto. Excellent Condi,
tion, $lo0.00 Phone Ft. Kobbe
"FOR SALE: Beat 15' play
boy fiberglassed 30 HP evinrude
controls, tee nee trailer $750.00
Also 18', boat and t r a 1 1 e r
$350.00. Panama 2-0425 Abbott.
Beautiful new 14 ft. cabin
cruiser with Evinrude 35 h.p.
motor and trailer Make offer.
Also several used .trailers.
Your, choice, $50.00. Can be
seen .ABERNATHY SPORT SPORTING
ING SPORTING GOODS, across side
street: El .'Panama Hotel
FOR SALE:- Tahiti ketch
"La Oolondrlna" 30'; sleeps
4; Gray motor 52 h.p. Cabin
paneled 274 rare woods.: Yacht
Club, Cristobal. : Inquire Pana Pana-ma
ma Pana-ma -3-0599.
MR. JOHN SODERSTROM,
Balboa. Our letter to you re returned
turned returned marked i "Addressee
Unknown".. Please call Pana-'
ma 3-0607 during office hours.
Ask for owner, .' ;
GEORGE rD. BARB, JR.,' H.
E.. European spinal adiust adiust-,,
,, adiust-,, merit fochniques. Coordifited
t;. manlpulatetive therapies. 1 Re-
:.f lease., of nervous stress vend
strain. Ortho-Kinesiology. : 14 14-'49
'49 14-'49 Avenids 13 Estudiante,: 2B.
10 to 1 3 to 8. Telephone 2 2-,
, 2-, 252$i BV' appointment,
; USIA Spent $100,000 Subsidizing
AntirCommunist Alovie Which Flopped
WASHINGTON. Awil ll-YUPV
kA House' Appropriations subcom
mittee disclosd yesterday the U-i
nited States Information Agency
secretly spend $100,000 subsidizing
ft commercial aoti Communist
movie generally for American con consumption.
sumption. consumption. : ; ,. i f
'A fop" official of the 'propaganda
agency told the subcommittee' the
movie turned, out to be box of office
fice office flop when showia 1953. He
said that unfortunatly was the.
Closed-door testimony made nub
ile by the subcommittee yesterday
snoweq tnat tne agency flatly re
fuses to .disclose the name of the
film, or hwere it is being shown
bow. But the testimony indicated
that a foreign language version
now is being produced without
help this time from the taxpayers.
- Toe subcommittee held hearings
on -the USIA's .request for 140
million, aousrs to nnanee its Oper Operations
ations Operations in the new fiscal year be beginning
ginning beginning July 1. The reauest was
27 million dollars above the agen
cy s current buaget.
New Radio Transmitter '
The agency also wants in ex extra
tra extra four- million dollars to build
a powerful new radio transmitter
for Its overseas '.'Voice of Ameri-
Subcommittee Chairman John
3. Booney (D-NY) charged: that
t&e agency's motion picture di
rector. Turner B. Shelton, first
denied to him that USIA bad any
connection with the anti -Communist
picture which Rooney said he
saw at a Washington movie bouse.
But be said Shelton and Clive
L. Duval II, the agency's general
counsel, came. to m otuce toe
fxHnvrin ftty and told him the
story. In the published hearings
on declined te discuss 'the
case on be record except for mea meager
ger meager details, j ',
tensereeT Testimony j ':
:' ''- -The
heavily censored T41-page
testimony did not make dear to
wr-at extent USIA has .participat .participated
ed .participated bj such ventures although
Shelton said this : was the only
case he knew of involving a film
produced for distribution m this
Asked specifically, whether the
agency had "engaged ia any oth
er venUires 'such ss this, be
sought sod was granted- permis
sion ta answer off the rsmnt and
zosewnere, me neanngs snowea
fhit the agency has budgeted
m,K in the new fiscal year for
a secret motion picture project
known -SI '"lgftsh." Members
apparently asked ne quesUooi
Making Mere Mewlee
Other highlighU ef the trftS-
rrtrmrr t nrnArwT Tttmf
1. ,, riki,r,n tMwM
'Jtie the USIA OUt ff te ffsl
srdlese t-e fr'1 to
FOR SALE: Black mahoga. -.
ny dining room set. Perfect
condition. Reasonable priced.
10.079, 10th St, Apt. 7, Colon.
7 FOR SALE: Practically new
' RCA Record player $75.00
(Cost 175.00), porch sets 59.00,
chest of drawers 9.50, bunk
beds 44.00 child's wardrobe
25.00, China closets 15.00, $
pes .living room set 45.00,
double bads with msttroM
49.00,' folding beds 27 JO, con-
: tor' tables 15.00, Also: Wrought
iron living room and dining:
room sets, perch chairs, in-'
nerspring metresses, line-
laums. BIG CASH DISCOUNTS
EASY TERf Household Ex.
. change National Ave. No., 41
Tel: 3-491 1-3-7348. 'a s
for sale 8 cu. ft Philco refrl-;
gerator, 5 yrs. old $75. Double
bed and mattress $40, house
NO. 32, Apt. No. 3 44th St. or
Cal 84-2163 ( brook).
FOR SALE: Kenmore Sod Sod-'
' Sod-' savei1 automatic washing ma-'
chine 4 years old, excellent
condition, 40 cycle $100. 0210B
Herrick Rd. Ancon.
Futuristic Bambu fibre chairs
in colors, $12.95. Estadio Jew Jewelry
elry Jewelry store, nea rto the Encan Encan-to
to Encan-to Theater. : ..'.....
FOR SALE: Due to urgent
, trip: bedroom, living room,
, dining room sets, stove, heat-
or, washing machine,. hlld'
wardrobe and carriage. 11-A
street. house 14, apartmontll-B
street house .14, apartment 11-
FOR SALE:' Baccarat crys crystal
tal crystal t table sets Not used. Via,
Porras No. 44. Phone 3-1843. 1
FOR SALE w i Double-' bed,
singer sowing machine, 3-doer
wardrobe, dining room.: set:
side- baeard,. china closet, 4
chairtv electric ; fart. : Pueblo
Nueve Ko. 4120, '-V
USIA wants, to spend 8U.474.000
on its; press service, in, JRscal 1958
j a 51,594,000 increase. ( Castle
said the nation would be better
served if the agency were abol abolished
ished abolished altogether and its necessary
functions handled by ; the State
Department,-' ,t ,v r ,i
&uDcommmee members ques questioned
tioned questioned whether the' USIA wire
service,' operated last year .at a
cost of $1,280,000, 'duplicates' com
mercial news services like the
Officials, said it
does not. The service goes to
about" 10,000 jJublications, orgsni orgsni-zations,
zations, orgsni-zations, and officials.
USIA is boosting its TV output.
It said a check last fall showed
its canned shows were being used
on 138 of the 185 TV stations in
the free world outside the U. S
The agency is stepping up its
radio broadcasts, known as the
Voice of America. Instead of the
1$16,849,479 it got this year it wants
$27,387,767 j A new land based
transmitter would be built "in the
Greek area": to replace the ship-
bourne transmitter, 1'Courier,"
which has been tied up off the
Island of Abodes for the past four
years. .' : :
The agency wants to spend 82,
930,000 under its new budget dis distributing
tributing distributing books. In addition to pur
chases of regular editions tt will
Srint 7,455,000 low cost paper
ack "volumes in 19 languages to
seU t 10 to 40 cents a copy.'
Solemn Last Rifes
Held For Soafn's
RTrrmTJl ?rmln Anrfl 11
TJP) Pedro Cardinal Segura,
78, Spain's stormiest- prelate,
was laid to final rest today with
the honors of lils cduntry and
church and a rhasslve tribute
front the people of the Bevllla
arcH diocese he ruled ior jo
A solemn requiem was held in
the cathedral at 10:30 am, for
Segura who died early Monday
mnmlnr In a. Madrid hospital.
Thousands of persons attend
ed Including: 6panliV Justice
Minister Antonio Iturmendl rep-
wwenUnp chief ot state oener
alistmmo Franco with whom Se-
gura frequently clashed.
VNVy org rSere e'vovi SO tnony
reooe X5 con't o't kt Ay i
so nolle ioofs tKMc:s?
WANTED:-. Cook and gerieral
housekeeper must : be ; neat.
House 4260 Los Rios. ?
., WANT ID: Experienced
; cook. Do not apply without, re'
ferencos. Tlvoli Avenue No. 8,
'"Agenda Tivoli". k
Inleresl Rb r; :
On Saving Bonds
increased To 3
WASHINGTON, April 11 (UP)-
The Senate f inance committee
voted today to increase the inter interest
est interest rate from 3 to 3V4 per. cent
of U. S. Savings Bonds issued
since last Feb, 1.
The treasury sought authority
to raise the rate to 4V4 per cent,
but said it planned an increase
only to ZVa per cent at this time.
The House has, approved a : bill
authorizing 3V4 per cent.,
-, The committee Chairman Har-
jy F.' Byrd (D-Va) sponsored the
3Vd oer cent proposal, ne saiu
that -.vin' this day of rising interest
ratea" he wanted Congress to
show it is opposed to further in-
fcr68SGSe '";! 1 ' "' !,: ' ',',?l", "';:"r"
J' It is the intention of the com-mittee-to
tell the administration
that it could no nermi ineres
rates to go higher than absolutely
necessary," tiyra saia.
- In effect, he added, the commit
tee told the Treasury to come
back later if it wants to boost the
interest rate again, ..
' The' ieher rate 'would be paid
by shortening the term for which
series E bonds, the most common
form, must be held for maturity.
Thev now must be held 9 years
and 8 months before bringing full
face, value. Under the commit committee's
tee's committee's bill,,: they would mature in
8 years and 11 months; The high high-bought
bought high-bought since Feb. 1. Older Londs
bught since Feb. 1.' Older bonds
would continue to pay 3 per cent.
Series-K bonds would continue
to draw 3 per cent for another
10 years if held past: their first
maturity date. The Treasury has
announced no plans to, raise the
rate in this extension period.
'Byrd said he offered his propos proposal
al proposal because he thought the House
billv would, be an "nvitauon V to
the. Treasury to raise the interest
rate Jo ZV per .cent later,
Pius Ulfrra (Club
; The Plus Ultra Club of the
Fhpnmr Mpthodlst flhurch Will
egajn be the sponsors of an Cas Caster
ter Caster fashion show on April 28 a
the Rainbow city Gymnasium.
on rfisnlav will be fashions for
cocktail, tea, sport school,, play,!
party, C., TO oe moaeiea ujr
grown-ups, teenagers ana row.
Tn oHriitlnn to the show there
will be a variety program fea
turing ine tiarauss, MBiuujui.ee
WASHINGTON April 11 (UP) (UP)-Th
Th (UP)-Th oAvomment suaraateed Diziy
Gillespie a nigner weeuj
than ; rresMJent r,ui:imuwK i-
oeivea wnen IDC" uanu iwuh
toured the Middle East last' year.
Eisenhower's $100,000 a year
salary, exclusive of .expense al
lowances, amounts uiue woe
than $1,000 a week. ; ."1 1
,v :. --,. .- : '' ,'-'i
The government did not have to
n1k un all the tab for Gillespie's
jaxr swing. The eight-week tour
last spring cosi siw.ojb, m w
tisiKfl u covered by receipts.
The government made up the
$84,881 deficit. .... ; '
Gillespie also was guaranteed
$2,130 a week during a later tour
of Latin 'America: This one cost
the taxpayers an estimated
$40,000.- -i '""'-'
I1HIIMM t -'.,.'-,.''
0 w f era sp e '.,''""'
l-Jutt sp your mk i;'e a Itt'e lady and step atvirj
TV OWNER: Local service
Call within 3 hours or by ap ap-:
: ap-: pointment $2.50. Shopwork re- ;
turned the day after receipt ef
TV. Save pick up Snd delive-
ry charge by bringing In your
table models. Pheoe J-4H U.
S. Television. f
.The best dinners and drinks
-are served in our modern air
conditioned cafeteria, grill anal
bar. Hotel International "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata S do Mayo.- i 1
"The Bible as History," one of
the excitlne; surprises of recent
publishing; history revealing th
Bible as a true chronicle of hLi hLi-tory
tory hLi-tory and a book of enormous
impact and almost unbelievable
excitement, -"la ; among the vol volumes
umes volumes placed in circulation' dur
ing the week by the Canal Zona
Library., '''.'. i r
The- historical' foundations of
the Old and New Testaments art
revealed step by step by Dr.
Werner Keller,, who imbues his
story with the excitement of true
detection. Never before has thi
almost incalculable fund of sci scientifically
entifically scientifically attested material
been made available to the gen-:
eral public. The book is translat-.
ed v by tthe prominent Biblical
scholar, Dr. William Neil.
The list of pew books and their
authors announced by the. Libra Library
ry Library this week follows:
Non-fiction Editing; 'the
Company Publication, Bentiey ; -The
Bible as History,' Keller;
Understanding; and Counseling
the Alcoholic, ClinebeUpt The
World's Tankers, Duniif '-tfriono-
mic : Geography of Industrial r.
Materials, Carlson; Water; Wa Water
ter Water Everywhere. Kf m broutrh:
Much Ado About Me, Allenr The
Lion and the Throne, Bowen; So
Fell the Angels, Belden; .... Alpa
and- Elephants,' De Beer;, and
Pork Chop Hill, Marshall.
- Fiction Murder s Ttisane,
Barns;, paper ,Chase,.Kennedy;
compulsion, Levin; Tower in the
WestK Norrls;. ,A Small .Fire,
Schmltt; ,anq Th Etruscan.
Added to the Patiama -CollerV
tlon El. canal de Panama; Un
Estudlo 'en Derecho internaclo internaclo-nal
nal internaclo-nal y Dlplomacia, Harmodio -:
troupe underHhe direction of
Miss Edna Cordova ..iife ''':
Tickets are now being sold by
members of .the club -nd the
church. ; k':-'"1- -' .y'r:,-J-A;'
up ii au
r!-Vl!-, .H'n .v S
'-The Staie Department arranged
the tours-,, ss part ot itsi-overseas
cultural program. Department of officials
ficials officials stoutly defended the- outlay
in r e c e n t testimony 'before a
House Appropriations subcommit-,
They said Gillespie went J over
particularly big in Turkey where
he was "extrtmely ; generous" 5
with his time in greeting Turkish
musicians and even gave a trum trumpet
pet trumpet to one Turk. .. ;-, i ,
Most of Dizzy's pay came from
mqney appropriated by Congress
for the President's special Inter International
national International Fund. The administration
has requested $3,100,000 for the
program next year. ; ; V.'
Department officials said the
program promotes "good rela.
tktns and understanding between
our country and ether nations."
t. s Lei- m.
. Deputy dark
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i AMMAN, Jordan, April U (UP) (UP)-:
: (UP)-: 'Thousands of Palestinians demon demon-islrated
islrated demon-islrated today in protest against
Jing Hussein's dismissal or pro-i
rSoviet, pro-fcgypuan rrciiuei ou
ileiman el Nabulsi.
r,Th Irinw ripmanded and receiv-
5ei Nabulsi's resignation yesterday
etf Several months of tension be-
tynn them over the joman gov-.eriiment's-gtowing
' Mutsin asked former Foreign
i, Minister Hoseln Khalidi to form
new cabinet, but diplomatic
i tircle foresaw slight chance of
"V success for him.
Tne demonstrations coincided
"witU the 22-year-old m o n a r c h's
SBBtmons to Khalidi to establish a
jitvtf government, they were con concentrated
centrated concentrated in Nablus, wnere schools
and shops closed and residents
poured into the streets. Naolus is
th hipf town of the country west
6f the Jordan river where pro-E-
w,,n. mnct clrnno.
-No serious incidents were re-i
; J Starting early this morning, wei
deflionstiations were orderly tor
"I'thS fmost part. JNaoius siuuems anu
pillagers trom the surrounding a a-5rea,nwehed
5rea,nwehed a-5rea,nwehed through the streets
'tailing for the return of Nabulsi.
- They carried anti Western
and pro-NabuIsi banners.
Nbuli has strong support a-
" mong the street rowds of Jor-
dan and in the past has shown
t'he can call out mob support
("yvhen he needs it.
' i. At noon, the "guidance commit committee'
tee' committee' representing all national par parties
ties parties issued pamphlets calling for
iquiet and an end to the strike un un-'itil
'itil un-'itil the 'government situation clears
Other towns in the Jordan pol pol-tion
tion pol-tion of what used to be Palestine
Avere quiet, but the situation was
reported tense as the inhabitants
discussed the political picture1,
i .It' was learned in Amman that
"before resigning the Nabulsi gov gov-'ernmerrt
'ernmerrt gov-'ernmerrt had terminated the serv services
ices services of key ambassadors and cer certain
tain certain government ooficials.
Esq Tax-Cul Drive
" WASHINGTON, April 11 fUP)-
' Republican leaders said today it
Jooks as if the Democrats are
launching a tax-cut drive that
jprobablv can't be stopped short of
, a presidential veto.
. They, found the democratic inten intention
tion intention in House Speaker Sam Ray Ray-btmr"s
btmr"s Ray-btmr"s (D-Tex.) statement that he
believes chances are good that
conditions will be favorable later
this year for a cut in personal in income
come income rates and possibly some oth other
er other taxes effective next Jan. 1.
- The Democrats officially set two
cbndltions for a tax reduction in
a -strat ?y huddle attended bv Ray Ray-burn,
burn, Ray-burn, House Democratic Leader
' enn W. McCo. nack (Mass".) and
Democrats of the House Ways
and Means Committee which ini initiates
tiates initiates all tax legislation.
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State Dept. Corroborated Truth'
WASHINGTON, April '11 (UP) The Democratic. Chairman and f Republican, member of th Senate Internal
Security Subcommittee said today that the State Department' had checked with; the FBI and "corroborated the
truth" of subcommittee information linking a Canadian diplomat with Communism... :ky
They asserted also that the State Department "cleared for publication" the transcript of a hearing last month
at which old subcommittee charges were revived and atred again. - V
(They made these assertions ta
a statement telephoned to press
Later, the sub-
committee asked that the state
ment be pulled back but one of
the press associations (not the
United Press) had already pub published
lished published it and refused to with withdraw
draw withdraw it).
The dlplemat, E. Herbert
Norm, committed suicide last
Thursday in Cairo where he was
serving as Canadian Ambassador,
to Egypt. Canadians attributed
his act in part to the Subcom Subcommittee's
mittee's Subcommittee's action in publish ins
charges which the Canadian
government said it had disproved
Anirrv Canadian reaction to
the Incident reached a climax
yesterday. The Canadian ot ot-ernment
ernment ot-ernment saW In a note that it
no lonrer will snopW security
information to the .U.S. Gov Government
ernment Government unless It receives a
Girls 11, Boys 6
f Eleven girls and six boys were
Born at Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending at midnight Mon Monday,
day, Monday, according to the regular hos hospital
pital hospital report. During the same pe period,
riod, period, 163 patients were admitted
and 159 were discharged.
The names and addresses of the
Darents of the eirl babies follow:
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold G. Reid. of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. C
L. Simons, of Balboa; Mr. and
Mrs. Alfonso Segundo, of Panama:
Mr. and Mrs.. J. M. Wright, of Cu Cu-rundu;
rundu; Cu-rundu; Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Craft,
of Curundu: Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Peden, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. F. S. Connell, of Panama Ci:
ty; Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Sunday,
of Panama City; Mr. and Mrs.
Juan Morales, of Panama City;
Mr. and Mrs. Juan Morales, of
Panama City; Sgt. and Mrs. Is Is-mael
mael Is-mael Soto, of Panama; and Mr.
and Mrs. R. W. Zachary, of Cu Curundu.
Boys were born to the following:
Mr. and Mrs. George Layne, of Pa Pa-raiso;
raiso; Pa-raiso; S-Sgt. and Mrs. C. W.
Campbell, of Pedro Miguel; Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Brannan, of Pana
ma; Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Chenal Chenal-loy,
loy, Chenal-loy, of Chorrera; Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Foster, of Diablo; and Mr
and Mrs. J. M. Ford, of Paraiso.
Hew US Ambassador
To Ireland Faces
DUBLIN, Ireland, April 11 (UP)
Former State Department Secur Security
ity Security Chief Scott Mcbeod faces a
mixed reception when he arrives
here as the new U.S. Ambassador!
McLeod's nomination by Presi President
dent President Eisenhower indicated tacitly
that the Irish government had ac accepted
cepted accepted the appointment in ad advance.
vance. advance. But there had been some expres-
: sion of opinion opposed him none
theless because of his connection
with the American controversy o-
ver State Department security
lt was too early to see how the
Dail (parliament) or public opinion
in general would react.
i been back in the headlines just.
before Mcfod's tomtcatioo when
Canadian Abassador to Egypt Her-
bert Norman committed suicide.
Slain In Ambush
ALGIERS. April II (UP-Arab
guerrillas killed ?5 French tot tot-dieri
dieri tot-dieri in an ambush yesterday in
the Barren Fremda foothills, on
the edge of the Sahara Deert in
Southwestern Algeria, it mas re
ported today. -.
know the truth and the.
PANAMA, E. F., THURSDAT, APE1L 11, 1957
guarantee the information will
not be fiven to concessional
committees without Canada's
President Eisenhower at'" his
news conference and acting Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State Christian A. Her
ter in a formal note to Canada
disclaimed responsibility for the
subcommittee's publication of
the controversial transcript.
Today, however, in the state
PTA, Scout Suburbanites
Decide To Exchange Wivps
MILI.RRAE Calif.. Anril
(UP) Two suburbanites? who be became
came became close friends at Cub Scout
and Parent Teacheri Associa Association
tion Association meetings disclosed today they
planned to swap wives and homes
"if public opinion will let us." 1
Dr. Frank E. Schwartz, 38, an
eye doctor, said he and his friend,
made the change at" Christmas
time; after a switch In affections
had "graudally evolved'' over the
years,,';. A. n'.V,,-'. ; :
Schwartz said their wives, Jean
Schwartz, 33, and Betty Brooks,
35, were In Reno, living together
while awaiting .. their divorces, j
When the divorces become final
in about five weeks, the trade
will be made and they will be
remarried, he said.
Schwartz and his wife have two
children and the Brooks have
four, all under 11 years. Schwartz
'Jsaid the youngsters have had the
n . i : i ....I
situation cxpiaincu iu. uicm auu
"They feel like they're getting
an extra daddy," lie said.
After the remarriages, the two
women will continue to live with
their children in their present
Labor Party Demands
Inquiry Info 'Adam.
Acquiflal Of Murder
LONDON (UP)-A Labor Party
member of Parliament Wednesday
demanded an inquiry into Ihe gov government's
ernment's government's handling of the murder
case aeainst Dr. John Bodkin
Adams. The doctor was acquitted
George Wigg introduced a mo motion
tion motion in the House of Commons
asking for details from Atty. Gen.
Sir Reginald Manningham-Buller,
who headed the prosecution.
The crown charged Adams mur murdered
dered murdered an aged, wealthy patient for
expected benefits in her will. It
hauii its ran larcvlv nn the Do-
lice investigation headed by Scot
land Yard Supt Herbert Hannam.
But a jury of 10 men and twe
women took only 44 minutes to
find Adams innocent of the charge
after the longest end most coUy
murder trial in the history of l-orH
don's famed Old BaUey crimieai
Wigg'i motion was In the form
of a question, carefully phrased
so that it apparently is directed
mainly against the police investi investigation.
gation. investigation. Adams was reported onidering
libel suits aeainst tome London
newspapers for their coverage of
the trial. V
He is free on bail pending pros
ecution for several charge inorv-
ing the alleged dangersons use u
.druES and violations of ue exa
nations act ;
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MOSCOW. April 11 (UP) The
Soviet Unioa has announced that;
the world's largest atom smasher dor guided missile unit ia Ger Ger-ia
ia Ger-ia bow operating and producing maav.
84 biUk electron volts, the high-i
est ever created by man.
The giant instrument weighs 36te cot back to. 128 wiags. Tne
000 tons end ia located ia the vu-ifour tight transport and epe guid guid-lage
lage guid-lage of Dubna on the outskirts e(;ed missile onits win be sdVstittrted
Moscow.. R la sun building up to
full strength of 10 bilboe- electron
It ia hooted ia a circular buiW-
ing almost the sue of a footbau'erafi from W atavy aombers ta
country i safe9 1 AprahamLincpli
ment which they tried to with withdraw,
draw, withdraw, Subcommittee Chairman
James O. Eastland (D-Miss.)
and Sen, William E. Jenner R R-ind.)
ind.) R-ind.) retorted in a Joint state statement
ment statement that 'the State Depart Department
ment Department did jnot and could not dis disclaim"
claim" disclaim" the group's action.
' The truth 18," r they '. said,
"that . the transcript ' was
cleared for publication by the
1 State Department. The release
homes In this San Francisco sub suburb.
urb. suburb. Brooks, who operates a gar garden
den garden and pet supply firm, will
move into Schwartz' home, and
Schwartz will move into Brooks'
Schwartz said ne. and his wife
became close friends of the other
couple through meeting at Cub
Scout and PTA affairs.-, As time
went on, he said, he and Mrs.
Brooks found they had mutual in
terests fn music, art and photo photography,
graphy, photography, while Mrs. Schwartz and
Brooks v preferred ; sports : events
.and .,television.;;,',, v;--; ..J;.'; l
tiHe said tlte-iwo couples had
reached an equitable property set settlement
tlement settlement with no alimony.
Provided For Easier
The Joint armed forces prates
tant chaplains i sponsoring the
Easter sunrise services at Fort
Amador announced today that the
Fort Amador Service Club will
provide a nursery for children of
all ages Easter, morning, com
mencing at 5:30 a jn.
An adequate staff Including a
trained nurse will operate the
nursery while parents attend the
Sunrise Service. -This
Easter will mark the se
cond year the service will be held
on the sloping area adjacent to the
Fort Amador Chapel. Previously
it was located on the steps of the
Chaolain Robert P., Taylor of
the USAF Air University will be
this year's guest speaker for the
occasion. Chaplain Taylor ia one
of the two. remaining chaplains
still in the service whe -survived
42 months of tortus, in Japanese
orison eamns during World war
Music for the occasion will be,
nrovided by a combined Army,
Air .f orce Band -and a choir of
over 150 voices from various mil
itary chaoels and canal cone
Snarial hii schedules will be
i .nIouncej at?r to provide trans-
ports tion to the service. Various
ing to serve breauast.io miuiary
following the service.
Of 137 Wings
1 curvrTA tirp TS Air
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k-Vi Zrf ii. th7 Ki.
senweVmu's llth," bride of Billy R.
military "new look" for achieve
ment bv June 30. 19S7.
However, a certain amount of
sleifht of hand waa involved in
the 137 wine total counted up
Wednesday. The figure includes
five units which had sot been in
tended as part of the orginal
wing goaL They are four wings
of light Cia assault traarporta
for Army support and ooa Mats
Oa Jury L under the fiscal Wt
Jbudi et, the Air Forte will beein
for five combat units origlinally
planned, and another eine will be
A wing raw res in number of air
FIT I CENT
was then, approved by every
member of the Subcommittee
except one senator who was
The two senators then added:
'!The facts are. further, that
shortly thereafter, the State De
partment, which has access to
the security agencies, which we
do not have, was asked by us to
verify from' the Federal Bureau
of investigation, the trnth and
accuracy of the subcommittee
information and evidence con concerning;
cerning; concerning; Norman, i
' The.' State Department in informed
formed informed the subcommittee it had
already checked with the Feder Federal
al Federal Bureau of Investigation and
had corroborated the truth and
accuracy of the subcommittee's
information and evidence.".
"The two Senators said the
subcommittee "is conscious of
Its duties and obligations to the
Senate and to the American
people." They said it "shall at
all times conduct Its responsi responsibilities
bilities responsibilities In this light" i
went that the State Depart-',
ment had cleared the t ran -,
script coincided with another
version ef the Incident.
Accordinjf to this version, the
State-Department security offi officer
cer officer who 'cleared" publication of
the "transcript thought he was
approving only non-ihcrlmlnat-ing
material. The subcommittee,
according to this report, thought
he was also approving -publication
of evidence purporting to
link Norman with Communism.
. The Canadian note angrily de demanded
manded demanded guarantees that any se security
curity security information supplied to
this aovernment be kept out of
congressional handa ; without
Alarming To Solon
GENEVA, April 11 (UPj An
American congressman warned the
Intergovernmental Committee for
European Migration (ICEM) here
yesterday that the budget-cutting
fever in tne united Mates may re
duced ICEM's income too.
, Representative Kenneth B. Heat
ing (R. N.Y.), said there was "i
real revolt of the taxpayers' a-
gainst the record 1957-58 budget,
and that he expected all sections
of it. including the allocation- to
ICEM. would be cut in congress.
But while giving this "friendly
warning" to ICEM s Council, cur currently
rently currently engaged in adopting plans
for the rest of this year's opera
twos. Keating, said he was sore
that ICEM would "accomplish
more thrt any other agency I
know" with the funds it does get.
Best Man Steals
Bride; Gets : J
60 Days Jail (
'.MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UP) Vic
tory L. Duke, 18, faces 60 days in
jail for running away with his
friend's bride after serving as
bert man at the wedding.
Duke pleaded guilty ia city
court Tuesday to a charge of at-
tempting to commit
earaal kftowledge, ia
Willcutt testified that his bride
and Duke left the wedding party
at Hernando, Miu.. last Jan. 2.
and be did not see either of them
until the following day.
LUNCHEON AT VERSAnXES Brltata's Que ek Elizabeth nciat wFttent
Rene Coty (right) and M. 'A. Le Trocquer (left) during a formal state luncheon hi the Hall
of Mirrors m the Palace of Versailles In Paris. The Queen and her husband. Prince Philia "
are In ranee for a four-daf state, visit. : i, s j t
Eisenhower Replies to GOP Criticism;
Raps Reversion To Practices Of 1890
WASHINGTON April 11; (UP)
President Eisenhower told con
servative -critics of his "modern
Republican" legislative program
today that the government cannot
revert to the practices, of 1890.
Strongly defending his leeisla
five' and budget recommendations
the President told a news confer
ence the government must dapt
10 me industrial ana ; economic
conditions of our time. But he
said there are some programs
which need a "longer look,"
. Eisenhower made the statement
after a reporter told him his prob
gram was running into stormy
weather in Congress from both
Republicans and Democrats, Sen.
Barry M. Gowwater (R-Arig.) has
said Eisenhower's big budget was
a betrayal of the people a ,., trust
Bound To Be "Clash" :
The President refected any su
gestion that the : opposition
stemmed" from the constitutional
prohibition against a third term.
He said there .is bound to be a
"clash of opinions and ideas" but
that he "profoundly believes" ; in
the administration's program, ;
As for his record peacetime
budget, he conceded it is a "ter
rific amount of money" and Con Congress
gress Congress is bsolutely correct" in
trying to trim it. But he said it
can be done only through the
"revision or ? elimination of; pro programs."
grams." programs." .t: f:'i' ?'''
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At the- same time, he called for
understanding of Britain's recent
cuts in defense spending, fie said
Britain has had a "really heroic
row to hoe in trying to keep its
economic nose above water." since
world -war n. . y i v
- Lauded British ;
. '. ;. ''"?.
While noting that some of Brit-
tain's awlies are "disturbed," he
lauded the "courage and nerve"
of the British in trying ; to keep
their economy healthy. p v
The President denied that mem
bers of his -staff shield him from
public criticism lest it make him
anery and injure his health. He
aaid criticism of public igures
a good thing. But with a chuckle,
ht aadea tr-.i ne was not admit admitting
ting admitting all things, said about him.
Without mentioning names, ne
went on to answer his congres
sional critics. 1
"These people have a' right to
their own opinion,' he said. i
.American pontics is a nis-
tnrv nt a elash of ideas and. par
ticularly, methods' to be used in
promoting laeas... 'V, W'!
"Sometimes, neonle set probab
ly more heated than they -than
ia necessary in supporting their
" "Separate rHraonal Attacks'.
He said he is ""old enough and
n.:ioonhieal enoueh try to
separate the personal attacks
from tno. tnat are nonex omer omer-ences
ences omer-ences of opinion and conviction.
The latter I respect, ana ,ine
ffirst 1 ignore," he said.
US Jet Plane
Alexander P. de SeverskyJ
Russian diplomat and as
advocate of a strong ata
took the controls of aa Aeencan
jet plane for the first time Tues
De Severskv. author of
seller, "Victory Through A
er," cheeked out la a
trainer at HaxweU aui
The former Russian filter
lot -hero daring World
made the flight while on
ing enrieement at
command and staff schoofc.
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' The 4 news conference produced
mese otner major developments:
' U. S. Egyptian aeeotiaUons on
the Suez Canal are continuing and
the Presiient hopes for 'satisfac
tory arrangements." He said this
country is not et ready to recom
mend referring the Suez situation
to the United Nations ''Security
The President expressed "great
sorrow'' over the misunderstand'
ings between the United States
and Canada surrounding the sui
cide of Canadian diplomat E. Her
bert Norman. He did not com
ment directly on Communist
charges levelled against Norman
by the ) Senate Internal Security
suDcommittee. But he said every'
one snouia now try to restore as
rapidly as possible the "fjrm
character of U. SS'l Canadian
relations.".,:'.:;;'. y,h- V.jJ v.;'
He considered it Illogical to
curb Japanese exports into this
country and then tell them they
cannot sell their excess goods to
ued China. He said the Japanese
must trade somewhere, otherwise
there; will have to be an increas
in U. S. aid. He said there is no
DrosDect of this country nnrfinp
its ban on trade with Red 'China.
He? is, heartily 'in favor, of the
urban .renewal program and was
impressed with' a delegation of
mayors 'who called on Him Mon
day in its behalf The mayors told
him local governments are put putting
ting putting up $10 for. each dollar ad advanced
vanced advanced by the, federal govern government
ment government for the program.
Without .some definite action, bv
Congress,' the administration will
be ."handicapped", still further, in
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its .Hungarian refugee program.
He said the government aas"-ad.-
mltted about all the' refugee it
can "under present law. -s ,. ,.-;
; ,.-; The President opened 'his new
conference by drawing, attention
to a sore on his nose. "At the'
insistence'' of... Press Secretary
James C. Hagerty, he said, he
wanted to .explain that it merely
was the result of an ultraviolet
lamp "they are using on me to
see if they 'could help cure my:
cold.", , ...
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