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'Go Get 'Em
Crew iroubli w& addd
, fir-dnaged Britain' motorihfp Hop,angt today...
. ADOUt J oigrunuu '-"BiiMtii vVj.im" r-r 1
' plained tha't,hjp't agent, Wilford and McKay had failed
to provide them-with clothet to' replace thoee. left behind,
when they. abandoned ship' after' fire broke out on the
6121-ton ship -off Taboguilla Island Tusday,.
A spokesman -for the agent ioday countered the
s claims by stresstng
the men out to tne snip,.nor a ui Ajiv.iB. -,..y..-.-,.
outside Balboa, harbor, but so' far nono of th crew had
expressed willingness 10 go an
T Hnfi'f. lrhcta If they're afraid.
X or what," the agent's Bpokesman
aid today, ,"tney cerwuu u-.v
no reason to be." 'x.l,.4
,"rv, n.ft vessel was towed
to the explosives wch?raire ye ye-ft.raoon
ft.raoon ye-ft.raoon btr the cana
tust Gatun and pumpinsfequlp pumpinsfequlp-wenf
wenf pumpinsfequlp-wenf was rushed.to her sideyto
keep her afloat" . v
The agent said that they were
waitinr lor an hup
LtEv f Himaees from a Lloyd.;
L surveyor nowtoehlp.
tel'a, bwnerHope Mp" g:
pin CO. of Newcastle to decide
, what will be dbn with thr crew
7 Panama. Canal chemists took
turns to keep a 24-hour watch
o the ship which is carrying
cargo, of highly ,llajable ,t ?oy
beans.i.. i f:;J, jsfl 'f ;i
wifh ivrard. te the
on the Nrwern
Lisholt,,' !' fr1?- ,0"
p r th r val jr. n.
Would f- -t
k t C Ciil
the U.S.:7tb Fleet which he
l-commsndi could fight-an. atomic
wr if necessary, 'r' ..
He hinted that the big earners
attached to-Americs's biggest sea seagoing
going seagoing striking' force already were
equipped with atomic weapons
when he sid they- ar quipptl
with "the Sunday punch. -
"We n fight with without
atomic weapons,". Beskley .to 1 d
newsmen tt a lunch in his honor
t, the Foreign Correspondents
club of Jtnsn.-"lf the U.S. and
V 1U allies decide to use stoinic wea-
f n una them."'' '
If not, he said the Seveuth Fleet
is fully prepsreo 10 ngni i convw
tionsl war with the 10T ships thai
v'un tK '.iiicb fleet.
"We're in damned good shape
lo do eitheaoncthe vice admir
al said.-,.--- -'";";': .
Be akley said the 7th riee was in
the Far feast for two reiKs: To
fortify the fortitude of our friends
in thm Fir East" and make ihem
right at the back door.' s,.:
Tbe force now engiged la pa
trolling the elrn irmgej oi -a
mi hat onlv one dt f.iiite commit'
ment, be ssid,, to go to the aid
of Nationalist China il the Commu Communists
nists Communists ever attempt an iava&-on
from the mainland.
Vcrr.!n3 ; :', ;
CAIiO. April 12 (m TjrP TjrP-tian
tian TjrP-tian quarters today welcomed &au &au-a,
a, &au-a, rSi' waratnr if ainst Is-
" r- V v.'V
riel suieoftbeGuof Aqaba but
expressed eoneem U.it the poUUc-
' al cruis in JJan might break f
tie Arab neutralist front.
The &auai Aratxan iArenunem,VPi ck will iiini im rMU1.1i. k b '.ik. ,ma ik. :
hst nirtt released a wne it sent;hirthdav next week bv dolna h
to foreign tountnes k'arrh II
ciaunwg it would tke all na
aures to preveat tee ttahlhment
cf anv lraeU TxgtX te pataaee
througa Use Ouu.
Informed sourtea k! the move
trenreped Esrpt'a r tion ea
ine oaj eoesuen, t'reui.ly inre
rt carre freei a cmirrrry fat is i
e'tv-ir y iod. termi w;h the L
Offers ; Agent
to the o'thn trouble of iht
tnat ne nan ontrn w
ru m v.m.. f
quarantine suuon saia- loae-j,
"but I wish we know what was
going to happen,
wilfnrrt and McKay, the ship's
agents said that the? were wait waiting
ing waiting for word momentarily from
me Owner. ;t- ,,v-f7.',:i:,v:-:!''-'i:'.
'" He said that a tew crewmen
today said they wert "finished
with th Joh'f and hi n In Intention'
tention' Intention' of n. returning to the
ahip. whteh was bound for Ja Japan.
pan. Japan. But he stated that nono
' f the crew had beeif- "signed
! jof f and therefore ? had no
rls-ht In bin now.5 g:-ni' i i
"Our. Plan is ,td first see4 what
0nditlon the shipjs in. find out
how miichvit will cost to repair,
andthen notify the owner who
SI decide how to proceed," he
ted. :..!"'. .v-'
r He added that.they were'most
willing',' to take any6f the crew crewmen
men crewmen back on board, the shio-to
nJcki uT. their Dersonal belong-
lnr. bui said they had hot
been requested to do-so by 'aay
of the crew." -'- c v,
' 'i '-.
Soio tooic to
s pararnute loaay as nis dhj dhj-i
i dhj-i ler attack bomber developed
engine trouble. ;.'t -':'
1st Lt. Richard Geisler was re retrieved
trieved retrieved from the Caribbean a-
bout 23 miles northwest of Cocot
Solo by a Marine Corps air-sea
A pilot with Marine Attack
Squadron 331, Geisler was flying
a regular training mission when
he- struck -trouble
. In the cpmparatlveiy ahort
time it has been at Coco Solo,
the, Marine squadron' has had a
succession of engine trouble ;
There, have been four deaths
in aircraft accidents, while three
other pilots have had to aban abandon
don abandon their crippled plants by pa parachute,;
rachute,; parachute,; .f '':''.''
' I ' I I II I 1 II .&
For $1 nfnlraumv
Sought By Sblon
WASHINGTON ( UP V Sen. John
F. Kennedy ( D-Masa has intro introduced
duced introduced a bill to extend the cover coverage
age coverage of the gl-an-hour federal min minimum
imum minimum wage to an additional- five
He said in introducing the bill
Wednesdsy it would give mini
mum wage protection "to a large
number of workera in enterprises
which economic studies have indi
cated would benefit from such
coverage.'! - . -.-
Kennedy beads a Senate Labor
subcommittee which held bearings
on the Minimum Wage Law. The
administration has 'proposed
changes in the law which would
extend its coverage to about two
Kennedy said his propoial would
broadej .covert re of the act to
cover te larger retail and service
enterprises construction work lo
cal trasit syLtmf, hotels, laun
dries ana ether services, y
Paihf: Work Combine Jo Make R
ly DOC CnVIGO
ICEW YOnX (UP) How dr a
preuy ,turi peeome a wruang
oeacunar aenaun in 1 ne ureat-i
est Shew on t trth? Wokr. Just
onow "TU" WOKT. JUST
p!l!a wor aDd.yesrs and years
tt p,u. ,. af -lin
T,kt lhe rtM CtUi aawn.
slip of a. 'lata witai green Irish
pr-jrfFuiar two-a-day bead-stand per-
lformtr)Cef on the high trapeze in
w on Square Garden with a
fie brace ruardinf her broken
For 17 ef her 23 year she ha
been doing acrobatic and aenal
wtrka inrt arprent,re!h: tor
hr crienlfl irt be e I (wm hit
a a atar rf t F-r.irj;b-'d at "The GtL'ar Fsmilv."
Bareun a Bi 'y Circus, jlhey &A a Ueer board atrotL,
r ... m Y : i :
Sweating Isthr.Icns Know It Well;
Vcstlicrman Hcvccls April Is Hot
' It was just about as. hot as It could get at Balboa
Heights yesterday, Durinjr the day the official temperature -readings
reached a maximum of. 85., which was about one
. degree .less than the all time record -of 96.9 recorded April
'27,1948. .. t j-,
Hot .weather this time of the year. Is not -unusual; how, o
ever, since the sun passes- directly overhead April 13, April
- is rated as the wannest month of the year. Durlnr the first
; 11 days of the month, dailr maximum temperatures on the
Pacific side have been over 99 degrees.'
.Weathermen make, ae predictions but several warm, days,
: ean, be expected during, the next week If the skies remain
clear. a. i u 4 , i
Weekend- Postal Services
' WASHINGTON April 12 (lip)-
The Post Office Department i to
day, rushed preparations to pu
drastic postal cuts into effect at
midnight.' But it said a last-minute
change in plans was still possible.
Pettmaster general Arthur S.
Sum m erf i eld said the cuts in in-.cloding
.cloding in-.cloding an end io almH al
. weekend service--wOuld 90 into
effect end stary in effet until
congress votes extra postal funds.
He Mold the Senate : Appropria Appropriations
tions Appropriations committee yesterday -afternoon
."nothing can -stop" the cuts
"except money from Congress.''
7 He 'insisted later The emergency
appropriation must be signed by
President SiSennnwer not mere merely
ly merely approved -py a"-C6ngressional
committee before the cuts could
be cancelled. :
K.ji'' A;'" ; ,!rifons Co.it-'
.hus caiifd a .- : meet meeting
ing meeting today to 'consider Summer-
iifld's emergency req' t- for 47
miiiion-dollars. '.: V '
But the House was in recess until
Monday when it planned to act on
a general supplementary apropi apropi-ations
ations apropi-ations bill. H r.v-' ,1'
That appeared to make the pal-
Calls On Premier
AMMAN) Jordan! Aprtl!l2 (UP)
KinS Hussein, called on busted
Premier Suleiman ti iMaDuisrs.ue iMaDuisrs.ue-f
f iMaDuisrs.ue-f ebse Minister to form a new gov
ernment, today after a first candi
date for-the -Premiership was re-
ected by Nabulsh -
With government at a standstill
the 22-year-old pro-Western mo
narch moved for a compromise by
summoning -Abdul Halim Nimr,
Defense and Interior Minister- in
the outgoing cabinet,, to succeed
"Nimr is a member of the same
party as Nabulsi, the National So
cialists, out is considered a eon
servaUve rather than a leftist. ; -,
The king sent Ma J. Gen. Abu Nu-
war, his una ot Mao, to consult
Nimr at a downtown hotel this
morning and then Nimr reported
to the palace to undertake forming
a government.:? : r
: RIB LAKH., Wis. April 12 (UP)
Auction goers decided that state
Sen.v Clifford W. -Krueger was
worth. more than a peony a pound
when be- put himself on the auc auction
tion auction btock to raise funds for land landscaping
scaping landscaping the village grounds. Krue Krue-aer,
aer, Krue-aer, who weighs 432 pounds, sold
She. was bora in Sioux : Falls,
S.D but uvea mere onfy two
days. Has mother was a trapeze
performer, ner lather a eancer.
and their vaudeville act had to
move ob. She begaa working wben
she waa six, after long and tedi tedious
ous tedious practice ta private. j
It waa ia s Houston, Tex., might
S .rjLr1 oostiee io anib-awJhnr In a eireua mwii with
he opeeedthe ease ad ahe Pal CBriea la another. ;
Jumoed out' dressed la a ssilorl.- -.'. :.
outfit, ate a hanana and drank a
rim af milk while tn(tin e
her head ea a hrtte pedeaUL ;
Her mother "a eignt gins art
three htrrt. and rn aU 11
were wwrkine ia tk aims
. fat. cuts certain t ge into effect
at least far a Tew da vt.
But .L Rohe Walter, iSummer iSummer-field's
field's iSummer-field's special assistant for- public
relations, said early today -1 h a t
"something still might be work
Walter- said it was 'ennriviht"
that a strong request from the ap-
prupruuuMia -commitiee- coupled
with approval- of emergency funds
would enabli Summerfield to'res-
cuio oraers ror tne cuts.
Order Of Day -Uzr-ifKll
Hill ... V. j ,.j
en this common ailmeni
v!,,.ch attacks only when man
Ees rtpenin the trees. .c
i Antonio Cordovez, "an 11-year-old
Colon boy, was picking the
fruit near- the Disposal Area oh
Llmon Road when he fell 15 feet
from the tree. He waa taken to
Amador Guerrero ; Hospital yes yesterday
terday yesterday for treatment of a frac
tured jervwristr V-'-'-'-' ;- f
3 An hoiir later, tCcnneth White,
age 12, was picking mangoes in
the Vicinity of the Mt. Hope Fil Filtration
tration Filtration plant when he was struck
on the. forehead by a stone
thrown by an unidentified boy
who fled from the scene, '
' Kenneth, who is the son of
Harry White, a Coco Solo Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital Janitor, was taken to the
hospital where lie was treated
Ifor juts ; on' his forehead,, and
tnea returned ftome. ?
Carter In'Charge $;
'' About 428 tons of scrap lying on
Pier 18 in Balboa is to be load loaded
ed loaded today aboard the German ship
S. 8.; Waldeck which leaves .to .tonight
night .tonight bound for Japan.
American contractor John V.'
Carter is in charge of shipping
the scrap for Hugo Neu firm of
New York.'- v.
' Carter said today that Canal
was handling the stevedoring oper operation,
ation, operation, and because it waa a small
job, he bad not employed any
workmen himself.- '
Last mnth. Carter V Scrap
leading eperatiena en the talbea
pier sparked talk ef the applica applica--
- applica-- tion of fl-aivhewr minimum
laberers empleyed by him. for
the task .of feeding- e Japeaes
able, with 11,009 tana f scrp.-'
': The Waldeck arrived at, Balboa
last sight and is carrying 3,400
tons of scrap from the States.
act. The kids; their parents, and
three pets a police dog named
Beao, e rabbit, and a guinea pig
traveled together in three cars
and two trailers. Quite k show in
Seven years ago the family act
broke up, and Miss Shawn has
wv,. m AiuKiyi in- 7.. 7.. r
Ia her first appearaance with the
Binc'mv rircui. thm at in in aa
aenal baHrt m the center rinr
t which haa 32 other xirls in the air.
t the ssme trma. She Uses te
tae aiga trapeie. Ufls ea aeriprape with a etael piau.-
head. swim, thee hiirlei fetrrl Mm Shawa is. a -cheerv wvt.
hmpi, .eee for eirh aekle and
wrut Her hadtaedina eeS oa-
;3 Z thpulse1 iAl :' '"X.fXiic Fireman
ne oAUAMA i i v-QpS nremen,
ATTORNEY NICOLAS C. TE-
REZ is in jail' again today as a
result 01 the story ne xnaae up
about the DarticiDatlon of two
New York (canasters In the 1955
assassination; of President Jose
A, Remon. u
Also under arrest Is Alda B.
Angulo, an employe of the Ci Ci-vB
vB Ci-vB Registry whose handwrlt
inrwas found both oti the ce ce-dula
dula ce-dula (cttisenship Identification
certificate) and on -the note
which Peres had said was writ written
ten written by the "Panamanian born
New York gangster William
The new arrests were -ordered
yesterday hy District Attorney
Francisco JAivaraao jr. auwi
finding evidence that the bap
tlsmal ceruitcate nn tne oasis oi
which the reauest for.vfc xedula
was honored' was -presented by
Perez himself, and. thit both the
church and 'Hne pistor who is-
sued; the certificate are non-ex
istent. Ati 1 .1
' Alvarado also "established that
Perez,' using -false documents, had
brought a Jamaican by the name
of Wilfred waiter Anglln to Pan
am',as" Panamanian by the
name of Jorge Daniel Brown
and later changed his -name to
Wilfred i. Jorge i Brown, under
which he obtained a Panamanian
cedula. j- -.'"-,
iThe man, whdjs.undej' arrest,
has. Identified Pere2 a the au author
thor author of ,aU hH papers. r M
'"Meanwhile, La Hbr'a, reported-
today that the anonymous letier
received by JDlstrict Attorney Al Alvarado
varado Alvarado warned tSat "his days are
rf the fal" t p p-t,
t, p-t, f u tea whir', hi p x
to j i l.icoia Perez m 1 11, Min Minister
ister Minister cf Government "! Justice
Max Heurtematte sent notes: to
all provincial governors instructing-
thenv to first, certify the. ex existence,
istence, existence, of the church before Is Issuing
suing Issuing t cedulas 00 the basis of
baptismal certificates. -; vn-
Heurtematte: sent each gov governor
ernor governor a list-ef churches duly
- registered with; the Ministry
but not HsUnf Cathelle
churches, which do not have to
rerlster according e the eon eon-sUtutioiv
sUtutioiv eon-sUtutioiv ZHVx'v,Z -,.'-v'--'-'
i, f m.'.v ;' '.'-s
-The Permanent T) Legislative
Committee of the, National As Assembly
sembly Assembly yesterday gave final ap approval
proval approval to a decree-law authoriz authorizing
ing authorizing the executive power to lnstl-tute-"mornln)r'
work schedules; In government
Offices If deemed necessary.
K iAt present the Internal Rev Revenue.
enue. Revenue. Office and the CivM
'Kegistry are worktaf on the.
mernlnf afternoon schedule
, te render better service to tax
'payers.,;.,,. '. ,- -".iv'S
V.'- ".'t,,.Vi ' '-.'-J
"TSurlnir the past few months
Internal Revenue agents have
found three stills in the province
of veraguas,. La Hora reported
tpdayv; s -;W
' President Ernesto de la Guar Guar-han
han Guar-han erreed ta aneax at a La
bor Day rally la Santa Ana Pla
za on May l. ; xomaa rutBse.iv
chairman of the organizing committee,-
, CLIFTON, TtJ.t. April 11 (UP)
Magistrate John Celentano freed
Michael Kopia of Passaic of a
drunk driving charge upon hear hearing
ing hearing Kopia' account of an accident
here Jan. 4.
-Kopia said that after ; his car
struck ai bus," ha entered a tavern
to telephone police, found the
phone, busy, took several drinks
ta steady his nerves, and thea was
examined by a physician who
found evidence of alcohol.
ishea and a t'awiver -unwinding
the. trapeze ia a fast whlrL
This hard worker has two chil children,
dren, children, Louis. S, and-Mark, 2, atay atay-ing
ing atay-ing ; with their grandmother in
Houston. Her husband, Louis Cut Cut-tin,
tin, Cut-tin, travels with hay. acting as
"Alse. he stands below me dur during
ing during ike act te catch me if I faD,"
she said. "Only one time he
didnt catch nae."
Tnat was last Feb.. 4, in Sara
sota, Fla waile practicing for
her big circus act She feu onto
a concrete Door and rracrurea one
of her lower vertebrae. Sht spent
two weeks ia a hospital. The
out and te wet wearing a piaruc
1-pain 'la wet so aeurh. Ani the
ahaw as tkat -sa uat so eaw
MR. COLON EtOY ALFARO
Cojbn Eloy Alfaro
- Colon -EloV AlfarO,'."a promi
nent Ecuadorean resident of
ET'lS&Sil'" ih Ci: ric
The much-decdrated diplomat
had represented his, country m. m.-ny
ny m.-ny times before the Panama, U.
S. and other eovernments in
consular, and diplomatic v posts
ana was agraauate or tne u .a
Military Academy at West Point.
He was 66 years old.
- The funeral procession will
leave, the. family residence at A-
venida-peru .and" 28th Street atL c
o'clock: this afternoon for Jar- jl-YAaT Dafornifv
din de Paz, where Masonic rttss AW I CGI rCIVlllllf
will be performed. ; l '" i '' a
RelaMvfi sld that before dv-1 f p-.W
ine"thi?r-r 't-iimg; heWtad' --tt-.'f
qu if t t no flowers be sent,
bu' tiicit inends and sympathiz sympathizers
ers sympathizers may send the money as-f'-a
nnt.rfHiitinn tn th "Whit rfttte"
fund for the blind -land -, deaf
sponsored by the Panama Lions ed as his own paw, got 1 the 20 20-Clurx'
Clurx' 20-Clurx' Contribdtions should t. year "mistake straightened out to to-sent
sent to-sent Carlos Rogers or 1 Pablo day in U. S. District Court at An-
Paz, Box 83. Panama, r.p.
ilThi) founder of the local' Alfa-
fO Co; IncV Mr, Eloy Alfaro 1S
survived by three sons, Eloy, Ol-
medd i- and; Jalmef andj, several,
grandchildren... .'; -
" MT-' Alfaro was a. member of
Dariea, Lodge, A.F-and A M., 01
Balboa and of several 'Other ma-
sonic -onraiuzauwiui n r'"
and ilie united, states.
At Ancon; Goiirt
A nervous couple today applied
for a. marriage Ucense at Ancon
District Court TDrovlng they are
till vftnii at hpart
The groom was William La
con-. nrinhtiv An ni xu
... ... ii,ri. inniM nnn-
atienne who listed her age at
59. v k 'f '.
She hales from Stuart. Florida.
They plan to reside at Gamboa.
Both, are American citizens.
Helo On Hand
'Wft-ftT wnTW Te.i- Anril 13
(UP) -j Frank Ivey was assured leadership of Post 428, Jewish War
of fast ambulance service when he Veterans, is all in the family, as
slammed a caf door on Ids hand 'far aa Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hers are
today, Ivev was .riding in an am-' concerned. Hers haa been com com-bulance
bulance com-bulance when the accident hap, mander and his wife.- Esther, vice
pened. ; " 'commander of the post.-
STILL BOXmiOOXING 6UU obvlouslv la a honeynKwnlng
mood. American Olympic hammer throma champion Harold
Cocnol.'y and his Czech bride, Olaa Fiko;ova. stand before
Vienna's Burtheater afUr their arrival la the Austrian rap-.tai
It wss tbe first stoa en the western side rf th Irtw Curtain
sinre tHe marrtaee of. the two ym;r a'Hletes. Tbev JS
-. aaajuna btu way back. ta
WASHINGTON. April 12 (UP) Cliairman Olifi
Johnston of the Senate Civil Service committee has in introduced
troduced introduced a bill authorizing United States agencies operat operating
ing operating in the Panama Canal to conform to the equal pay
section in the articles.of memoranda which Accompanied
the recent Ui,-Panama Treaty. ; (
: The article provided that equality of opportunity in1
empjoyment should be provided for Panamanian citizens
on the same basis 1as U.S. citizens, and with equal pay for
equal work. f
' .Under the term nf Inknenn' kill 1.
. - - fw t vviieitwis uiii. w 11 it is win rr
civ uiiu tnuoi-reacners would De, exempted tromlthe
provisions. , t t : ;
These three classifications' of employes would De Declassified
classified Declassified as sensitive positions,' which jean be held only
by Ui: citizens. ; .
Johnston said he does not yet know when his com committee
mittee committee will hold hearings on the measure. ' ;
a" man whose "erandna 'waa' list
1 con. t-'
'Back, in 1936, when William S,
Barber, was born, his mother list
ed her own father-in-law, William
Barber, as the child's father in or-
der that they might retain Z 0 n e
privileges" and contmues to- uye in
the Canal Zone. H-
The true father; Williams's son.
Hepburn, today asked the court
to give official' recognition of his
paternity in order that the proper
papers may be filed -with ;Pana ;Pana-mi'i
mi'i ;Pana-mi'i Civil Seeistrv Bureau.
Hpnburn. who werks for the Na
vigation Division, resided in- the
; Canal Zone now. but his common
law wife and soh bye in Panama
it is understood the boys-wants
to go to the States, and needs his
true birth certificate to order to
nenarc nis naners Dnrperiy..
. Jadtf Guthrie F. Crowe today
ordered that the legitimate statua
between the father and son be rec
David Robles was Barber's at attorney.
torney. attorney. v : .: ' -.
CHICAGO. April 12 OJP) The
Cooacigr's Bottoa home.
j" .mw. wi.i'"" w4
Vi'; -r' i
Commission, policemen; fire-
w a V
' MTLLBRAtt rlif Tfwt r
Millbra men, who plan to swap
wives and homes m an amicable
four-way agreement, got : encour encouragement
agement encouragement yesterday from twe
southern California couples who
made an identical switch last No November.
vember. November. ? l.V (. '-,:'t;'
Paul H. Omohundro, of Bellflow-'
er, who traded wivei, children and
homes with Glenn Capps last year,
told the United Press that "every "everything
thing "everything has gone just fine and wj'ee
been very happy."; : .V,
' Capps is still working fox Omo-'
hundro in his Paramount, Calif.,
"AH four of us have'gotten along
fine," Omohundro said. "We -see
- ...), other !L th tim.
hjve doge." j :
r Each couple had a soa and a
daughter and the wives retained
custody of their children.
"The children seem happy, too
Omohundro said. "They have free
access to-either home.'?'- v"-r
Parties in the forthcoming mari marital
tal marital m m A Mi ba rw f i T-.
Schwartz, 38-year-old eye special specialist,
ist, specialist, and Martin Brooks, 35, owner
of a local garden and supply firm.
Their wives, Jean Schwartz, 32, 32,-and
and 32,-and Betty Brooks, 39, are present presently
ly presently in Reno, Nev., awaiting their
riagea in about six week,
Schwartz said he and Brooks
met originally at Cub Scout and
Parent-Teachers Asm. functions
and the two couples became fast
friends. The switch in affections
"gradually evolved, he said, and
they decided to make the change
about last Christmas.
The doctor said he and Mrs.
Brooks found they bad strong
mutual interests ta art, music end
photography, while -his wife and
Brooks preferred sports sud tele television.
vision. television. The Schwartzes have two chil children
dren children and the Brookaea four, all
nder 11 years of age. Sen wan a
said the husbands will, make the
change, while the two women will
continue to b ve m their present
homes with their children-
The doctor said the sit natron has
bees carefully explained to the
apparetty satisfied children, who
"feel like they're getting aa extra
Balboa Man Asks
Administration ? f
Of Mom V Estate
1 -.. ......
A petition to serve as admlrj.
trator ef his mothers estate was
filed today in US. District CWt
at Ancon by William Hele of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, a Panama Canal eomuus eomuus-sary
sary eomuus-sary Inspector.
The) probate matter Inv'v i
the estate of his mother, c
entina Hele. which waa
7.778. he died at Gnr !'--pitaL
on Marrh IT, lea;.- J. e
WUDam J. fHrtdaa a 1
ew bebaj al
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A WORD ABOUT JAZZ
- "l speak for jazz, not in contempt, of previous statements,
W in defense of a subject to which, l am dedicated.-.Not to
ay ihat I am a jazz lover, but a music lover. 1 preier Jaw
wilhin the realm of jazz one finds a variety of music tanging
irunT, Donlzettito Domino or Pagarunl to rtesiey. JUta y y-Sv
Sv y-Sv lazz will never take a leading role So to speak, yet one
Snafily say it has passed the stage of ambiguity Jazz Is a
touc of the mind, not to be compared or debated in terms of
Its relation to tne neia 01 iuusk.
TMM anyone's choice of music, nor
to imply that I am an authority on tne wwk i LZ
ever I should like to sav that I do reei qubuu iu bj,a-b
my opinion "It is a matter of impossibility to be a i music lover
tod not find some portion of quality in all music l no matter
Imaii the Dortion may be." As for jazz in itself, there is
"only one word.
Jazz Is a sort of an outlet, to me it has appeal.
On rock and roU I can't perspect, I leave that to the
Butthosei you who knock the rock, and in Jaza
It oSVnavetPoPnealthlne to ask: I say. are vouml?
RELIGION IN JUNIOR COLLEGE
Sir; vi 4.v,.-o .hi spnnroiton of church and
In United States
onM sneManv Government buuuu.o,
xVmv cUh in me that inlhe Junior College there
R-,,, ..in., ...ara cvMnn nnnn at which min-
a from the Four Square Gospel groups "id other staihir off-
-belt organizations the kind I do not want my daughter to
!uS t dm3uch to ask that parents be allowed to
chlldren'a i relteious training? I for one do not want them
cosed to the kind of thing that seems to be roJm on at the
r Junior College. If the pew does r not see flt to stop it, then l
think the Canal Zone administration should. thPlr
irunK tne vaii-i parents would approve havin? tnr
j of Constitutional rights. ,ndflftlani parent
i .nnriTi rnMPlNITS
UNIONIZAHUW ur riui"
Slr:. n0,i -7.nn private companies' opposition to uniontea-
lnrwof their employes is tvnical of bigoted management,
tiu iaLr seeks protection bv united representation. T
ingthis, labor M ortnwhiie for management
; By VICTOR, RIESEL
ATIiANTC CTY: There V a
little rust in Walter Reuther's once
red hair these days but not in his
slashing speeches and long -range
strategy, .u'g me oid rougii naing
Reuther when you hear him thund thunder
er thunder that," Joe McCarthy is running
mterierence for Dave Hack. : is
j'the world-wide symbol of political
iwuiuivuiv. .... is an inane .cnarac .cnarac-ter
ter .cnarac-ter from Wisconsin..." i ...
That's the emotional' TJenthor
his arms spread-eagled around the
micropnone, taunting his enemies
mese jiDes may. raise the" ire of
xveucner opponents, but not re retire
tire retire them. For their one-wav nm.
sage to political oblivion Reuther
has special plans and you get a
glimpse of these when, you go be behind
hind behind the rhetoric and read, pound-by-pound,
the reports to the 3,200
delegates to the 16th bienniel ton-
veuuon or tne united Auto Work
".'. " ', ,' 7s i'-j. i
' Reuther and his colleagues ov overlook
erlook overlook ne bat on the political
front. There was a moment In
tnit convention when the deleg delegates
ates delegates began to titter after Reuther
announced that he was delighted
to see that more of them were
bringing their wivei to the, con con-ventions
ventions con-ventions now. The delegates
knew that Reuther was net got
ting off .'any double, entendre.
viir mar ) more wives
interested in labor means mere
votes for labor candidate back
home in the political arenas, v
This is the key to Reuther's plan,
mng -- every labor vote must be
nursed and treasured as Dave
uoes ms wnoiesaie diapers,
in ere is a clause in fh Autn u..i,.
ers constitution, for example, in
Article Nine which says that all u u-n.n
n.n u-n.n officials "shall, from the date
..u.g umce, oe required to re register
gister register and vote in elections for civ civil
il civil officers In the area in which their
homes are located ... violation of
secuon gnaij subject the per-
?'We Have Some Wonderful Chinatowns Right
- i i : I f J.' X a.
nere in rne oraiei
The Canai zone d -V.n.iriment. Fear-
tioivof their empioyesis ty u reoresentitlon. This
Is an act that, frequently prov 7" & beneflU
well as it Often Brings lumuimiij ; t...
ut tajroayers: (5) they have no say In matters affecting vthelr
welI5If:-. 1, Tdentv of room for improvement in the relationship
:Jt&y and only by
unionization can this be realized. An Eniploye
tl I -tt
' On April 3 I went to
Tha sale clerlr told me.
heriathertook a walk around the store, and Anallv saw a
- x AV .otj nr.H. Tk lnnklno- fnr some fish I saw
rahe around and
aw a Commv supervisor. I asked him. "Do vou
beethere?" Thep I told him I saw some beer
. u 1. T Is nnf aiinnnKP4 Tl VlP there
t if Mm tnnk n. walk around the store. Two
srlrls were parkin? shelves and I heard one say to the otbr,
Hey. fancy the boss putting his own beer in the freezer like
Tucked aWav in Hiiih.
r w wvHwaa, S TVa
uminous reDort am hia nin.
Gay Which his onnnnnU mill htv
controversies f tomorrow,
inere is a plan to concentrate 1 on
the vote the 18-year-olds who
are beginning to win the right to
ruj na may De tne balance of
Fwer in many states. v
mere is a plan to concentrate
on the women's vote because there
is a preponderance of women vot voters
ers voters over men in tha hvii 4.,.
trialized areas a statistical fact
- -shjf '" '- f- - -- i K ' v 1 1 "' '-f1! sasMMBaHstvaweipsaw
A ... 'J-..'-,1' i "I v. mmmmmmmm0mm-m.
y BMW MARION
Spying, Made; Easy
By BOB MARK
It is very probable that the
world's softest job today is that of
a Hussian spy in any meirojjomaa
You don't hav3 steal anything;
you don't have to Mimp the gul
All you have to do Is read the
magazines and, to a lesser degree.
the papers, and go back to bed at
10 a.m. to sleep until .the neat vod
ka session. i., .!--:,-..;.
These morbid thoughts stemmed
irom a recent copy or loie maea
zine, which offered
a full map of
wnicn comes as a sham mmr u I we uma oiaies ana environs,
to many political observer a with the following keys: :
And if you re-read all those' flip' M3r atomic centers; ore pro-
t-vs u ouuuruia ana tne t-xur-
the Commissary to buy cold beer
'I'm sorry, we do not sell cold peer
folks sell cold
in the freezer.
S -..nil -.ii.. mm. is i i m V IT1" I
'L : -'-Ao A i
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fa ,,; -
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WAtK.IN WASH UP Prince of DavisdeD. 13th all Ml
ps if WnVts a bath at a Houston. Tex, flUlng rtaUon
I IT tha Houston Fat Stock Show. Jim Eubank.
a uuire iinncr wi v.
Pence, 14, looks on.
bandies the hose while Judy
A1R-TR0X is the lamp to buy
,i. If your current bill is high
It kills mold and odors too
Think what it eon do for YOU.
A 4 Watt ultra-violet bulb dean up to
1000 cubic feet of air. Operates on 60
cycle 110 volt current and is effective for
Rainy Season is almost here.
: Get your ATR.TROX TiOJT.
WILIIAM VIOLETTE SUPPLY SERVICE
Tel. 3-6318 Panami 43, 44th St.
i "ivies, wmcn nave Deen appear-
Ul.) youll not finri h.r p...k..L
jpearcners nave come up with
Ttey report that: T
'"u w me ciiy qi uetroit will
increase by only ,4, percent while
us suouros win increase 71 per percent:
cent: percent: Cleveland will ln nn.
cent but its suburbs will gain .105
percent; inicago will -increase 10
percent, yet its suburbs by 75 per percent;
cent; percent; New York will increase by g
iciiciu, qui us sudutds by 53 per
cent, and Los Anaeles bv 48 nar.
cent while iu suburbs wifl increase
oj iu percent.
To Reuther and his political ex
pens this- is "an aras nf nnliH..
that calls for muci exploration, re-
cvsiusuun, ana nara organizational
wora. wny7 Because they are tell
mg their people, "Many members
of orgsnized labor have moved or
are moving to the suburbs ...some
commentators have alleged that
when working people move to these
suburbs they then change their
voting namts to become more con conservative."
servative." conservative." Reuther wants to ham hammer
mer hammer away in this area to keep con
servative suouroan we from af affecting
fecting affecting workers' political attitudes.
. There are plans for the aged
as well as the IS-year-elds
plans to keep the retired folk a
five the year round with special
programs en the political front.
Typical was the drive which suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in forcing Detroit's city
transport system to olve cut rate
fares for folks ever 45. This cam.
pa 'on is spreading to ether cities.
All voUs count and tha Auto
Union works hard to make them
count for labor as msnv of its
critic have suddenly discovered
the morning after many an elec
cessing mills currently operating:
ore processing mills contracted to
be built; test and research reac reactor
tor reactor Baffin use- test and research
reactors to be built; atomie pow power
er power reactors currently operating;
and atomie power reactors now in
construction. , r-
' An these were pinpointed1 In the
map and tne nearest cities named.
The position of the Nautilus and
Seawolf, atomie submarines, were
more or less pointedly indicated.
Then, of course,, we bleat about
new dispersals of the Strategic Air
Command .bases, and the- reasons
for dispersaWbecause they have
become more of an invitation to
attack than a deterrent to war."
Of course, we know when Curt
LeMay, head of the SAC, is. off on
a Hunting trip to Airiea lor aoout
m sMinth sann ta?sm' trot 1aaaifijwl
weather'information merely by
asking for Extension 79355,' and re
ceiving .a 24-bour forecast which is
"for. military use only and dissemi
nation to the public is not authoris
ed.;, v ua ?."' : i U:
The slothful agent picks up an another
other another picture magazine and .finds
all the necessary blueprints for
the new fighter, or bomber ir roc
ket. planted bv a zealous press a-
gent for a plane-maker or rocket rocket-builder,
builder, rocket-builder, complete with vital statis
tics. : j i-i'. -f ;-.
While? the agent,3 still abed,
working oa his. third cup of cof
fee, 'he d get the latest word on
whetner tne rtautuui ma or aian t
set, a new underwater record, and
whether she had to go to the Navy
yard for repairs and which JNa
Flipping a page oi tne morning
papers, you Una that tney are
lengthening the runways in t h e
Middle least, wnat i going on in
SDain. and what., if anything, is
with Kouasser or oidi sumane m
The stock, market teUs the state
of the national economy; a ship
ping strike is tying up necessary
supplies. .... v : f
The Mayor of New York is being
rude to a Visiting potentate that
we need, so you make, a note to
send the poUntate few. new plane
a zresn nera, oi sneep. ana a iew
Circassian houris-lor bis harem.
Yeu cover .the whole .beat- without
etting out of bed.
There is bloody little in the labs
that some scientist is not writing
about fof the popular magazines
dialing the Defense Departraent.or that some general W admiral
ii i i mi i i i 1 L '.r ; 1 ''."I.1" ". 1
is not declaiming at the annual din
ner lor bpaiush War; Veterans; : or
that some White House hanger-on
or Congressional- stooge is not
"leaking" to his press pet. '.
"This business of false whiskers
and dodging around behind rub rubber
ber rubber plants is old stuff.
Mata Hari would be selling1 news
papers and wearing old Army
.WASHINGTON Don Surine.
famed McCarthy investigator in
counties Communist hearings, has
just been fired. He and his boss.
the Senator from Wicsonsin, have
come to tne parting of the ways.
- Surine. who sat beside McCar
thy all during the Army-McCarthy
hearings,, cams under fire, at .that
time because of indiscretions with
a white slave witness he, had ar-
reswsa as an im agent in Balti
more,' Later he was fired by the
FBI and Senators claimed that he
had misstated the facU when he
saia ne had resigned. :' .:
Sqrme also got into, the head headlines,
lines, headlines, when he took a trip to New
York i. to collect erroneous infor
mation against Anna.; Rosenberg,
Assistant Secretary of Defense.
IDIS. resulted in a nnhlio rarraa.
McCarthy, however. mtufV t hi.
chief (nvestiator, despite de demands
mands demands from other: Senators 'that
ne oe relieved. ... ir.,
i. Now,, However, Surine isf "out.' In
qurers- at McCarthy's office were
tojldt; Mr. Surine is no; longer con connected,
nected, connected, with,, this : office, '.and we
have no idea where he can b lo
cated,. , ,' a. r'- '-r-
Note-rFor McCarthy's' Tnforms.
tion, Surine now has a mnriaat ink
at The Fede 'al Trade Commission.
Wong Pennsylvania Ave. w One
reason Ike got so, sore when his
neiicopters were mentioned in. a
oresa conference' isbecauie" they
are not intended to fly him to the
Washington in xiase of atomic at.
tack. .The Senate Rackets Com Committee
mittee Committee ha uncovered i evidence
that certain ; Teamstefa officials
are firing nut of ,the union any
Teamsters who demand an ac
counting of union funds.-, Those
expelled by the. Teamsters Union
have had -a. hard time findina oth
er Jobs. v .. Sen., Olin Johnston of
south Carolina at first, tried to
side of the white line, where park
ing is supposed to be forbidden.
"A; cop was standing there,"
continued Senator-Treen "and I
told him, 'That car is parked in a
place where somebody's kkeiy ti
get killed.' -'
"The policeman was quite imper impertinent..
tinent.. impertinent.. .'What' .it toyou?', he re-
plied. v - 1
; "i almost Jold him', 'I'm 'Sena 'Senator
tor 'Senator Green and I'll report you.' But
I f" didn Vt i continued Senator
"I thought to myself that he'd so
accustomed toseeing Senators in
limousines driving up to the Capi Capitol
tol Capitol he never ould believe I was
Senator Green and would take me
off to the station house.', ;
CAPITAL NEWS CAPSULES
CI Leans The real estate lob
by has started a quiet caippaign
on Capitol Hill to put GI housmg
under the federal Housing Admin Administration.
istration. Administration. This would make it easi easier
er easier to raise interest rates on GI
home loans., The preeafit four-and-
one-half per cent rate offers so lit little
tle little profit for the bankers that thev
have openly threatened to cut oil
.future GI Joans. r---i--f:'".
In fact, it's Slready next to im.
possible' for, veterans to. set four
and one-half per cent, loans. Tho
result has' been an alarming -drop
in: low-cost bome-building. ;.; rW
, uiscewraged aaiesman Ex-Con
gressman James Richards, the Ei
senhower soecikl envov to Sell the
Middle East doctrine, has cabled
golf course, but to rush him out of that dictator Nasser has probably
persuaded Kine.Saud of Saudi A.
rabia to renege otf his sUDnort of
thOv Eisenhower Dnrtrin. n
run? -(Baud Was given the red -carpet
ttteamentyin. f Washington
and was the only visitor Ike eve
welcomed personally at the' air.
yuii. wi Arna, accoraina 10 iticn
ards, may beundone by 'Nasser,
lfie' ex-coiiKfessman fruni- south
Carolina,, gent abroad to seH the
discourage veterans' organizations Eisenhower Doctrine, v seems r dis- v
from testifying aeainstlhisl lieniourageJ about his leUing outlook.
property- mil. Johnston wants to
give nroperty back to r; Germany
and the veterans are o nosed
When they W'istedf luwftver, Oljn
w tnem testify. ? ..Dce i Rrumb.
line; ,. privately over hi doctors'
failure to atop his persistent coutrh.
prdgiUy,, thev told him it would
be only a mctter of a couple
weeasi mow tnev tell mm ha .mav
not he able to et yi '-1 hte
couyn ior sor-e tjmev v r are
treed at the fact that 40 UJ5. en en-U'tad
U'tad en-U'tad men will be dreued in aolo.
niaL eotvmeS)to jserye' e scenery
n.. l... t.u. n i .l ,...
mi iiw duiui sucniui. who was iri;.. t
always saving civilization by scrag-E. r ?ll7"
ain lAm. f.n.tiK hant W," sartihff rr.'f."- u ". "uiyer3ary
. . ------ -v :nr Tna nwr narmvnant irnii,oh
the world bvtne ears, would starve u:
try. . ... ivm. hi; rania Anierica
I suppose the boys know What
they're doing and are busy telling
the enemy what they think the ene enemy
my enemy already knows, with a warning
threat! of readiness and maybe 'a
little misinformation chucked in
here and there. But it does seem a
shame to do ail pe leg work for the
In the last war quite a lot oi in
telligence capital was made of
such simple things as road maps
anri hHisa nronni.. i
If ydu got enough gunk u lit
top secret room, you .can shuffle
enough stuff around unui tne jig jigsaw
saw jigsaw nozzle is eomlpete.
My main peel, tnougn, is tnai
the spy should be made to earn his
wages. ' '
When he maus his mteuigence to
some droo in a nearby country.
just plain hate to think that room
service Drougni ii io mm on irsy,
together with the orange juiee gnd
thrae-mmute tits. r A1
At that, the bum probably doesn't
even tip the waiter.
Faithful Ha fvests Jo
By PETER EDSOII
Columbus must hove been
STOtrc! x cistim. atrtnea. mmi
WASHINGTON CKEA) .Any
faer imoni the RepublicaJi Old
Guard that the Eisenhower ad administration
ministration administration isn't taking care of
the party faithful with fat lobs
shouldn't be taken too serious seriously.
ly. seriously. w
The payoff of contributors to
Republican campaign funds of
1958 la proceeding apace. Sinoe
January there have been at least
seven contributors appointed w
high patronage lob, -Her
la the list, with -the ft
mount of their gifU to the GOP,
as given by Senator oore a cam
paian exoenditurea report: :
124.500 John Hay Whitney;
ambassador to London.
tS.000 Amory Houghtotu am
hacxednr ta Paris
13.000 James D. Zellerbach.
ambassador to Rome.
12.000 Lewis W. Douglas, re
appointment to U.S. Advisory
Committee on Information.
$1.000 Robert Dechert. gener general
al general counsel. Defense Dent.
$900 Leon Pierson. VS. attor attor-aev
aev attor-aev for Marvland.
$500 Edward Fosa Wilson, as-
alxtant aecretary for Hearuv. ca-
ucaUon and Welfare
To this list ahould be added
the names of two of the SDDOln SDDOln-tea'
tea' SDDOln-tea' wlvs.
Mrs. Whitney contributed t.-
000. Mr. Zellerbach $4 500. This
brines the total of the lob
holders contributions to $53,400.
In addition to these recent
handouts. It la. of course. mt mt-tr
tr mt-tr of record that d urine the
first Elsenhower term political
appointee to top policy-making
Jobs were given salary Increases,
The Executive Pay Act of lM
Increased the salaries of 287 po political
litical political appointees by a total of
U5Q.000 a year. Thia was- ta
carry opt a campaign promise
to economize. Natch.
Twelve cablnet-leyel. iobis were
raised from $22,500, to, ,$25,000 ft
year. Eleven deputy secretary
rank lobs were raised from the
$18.000-$20.000 level to $22,000
$22,500 Twenty-two policy mat
ers having the rank of undersec undersecretary
retary undersecretary were raised from $17,500
to .$0,000. And 23 assistant secre secretaries
taries secretaries were upped. from $18,000
t9 $20,000. .. r ,
.' .' i.
Below these cabinet and tub tub-cabinet
cabinet tub-cabinet Jobs. 184 directors, ad administrators,
ministrators, administrators, commissioners and
the like were raised from $15,000
to $20,000 and 35 more front $14
800 to $17.500. .... v
All these increases were, of
course, made to attract higher
type executives to government
What sucks out lrl 'ftll this.
however, la how many more high
administrative types the present
administration needs to run-the
government than the previous
administration did.- v '.,
President Truman listed 12
White House secretaries ftnrf ad-
mln'st-atlve aasitsnt4. Prn Prn-dht
dht Prn-dht Fsenhower lists 3A total
whit House e-nnJovment 1" no
from 140 In 153 to more than
Son.- :, --
; The late- Jamea G.
first secretary of defense, ran
the Pentagon with eight princi principal
pal principal assistants, no 'deputies, no
under or assistant secretaries.
Today Secy. C. E. Wilson has
ft deputy and nine assistant sec
retaries, plus three special assis
tants and s personal atair oi is.
Each, assistant secretary has
from three to 23 special assis assistants,
tants, assistants, .: '
Dept. of State used to have six
assistant secretaries. Now it has
eight Treasury peed to have one
undersecretary and two assis
tant secretaries. Now it has two
unders-and three assistants.
Justice used to have seven as assistant
sistant assistant attorneys general. Mow
It's nine. --
Army. Navy and Air Force used
to iret by with one or two as assistant
sistant assistant secretaries. Now each
service has lour. ,'
Agriculture. ..Interior.' Com Commerce
merce Commerce -and Labor departments
formerly had one or two assis assistant
tant assistant secretaries. Now thev have
three an ace. There wesnt any
Deo, of Health. Education and
Welfare. Now there's ecreta-
rv. undersecretary ana wree as assistants,
sistants, assistants, hs ..-'ivUi
Some -my men are wop-ferlmt
.whether the Army b now gone
in tor piay-aetinu. Othe-s would
rat ner serve as scenery than wear
SENAS OR ia.Ii...S Li:. ITS
It's well known that Tneodore
Francis Green of Rhode Island,
oldest Senator in hi'tory. Rks4n
work almost evary day. It is not
so wel knovi that- he' an expert
on- trafffq lfhtsi
Theodore Frsncls discussing
the problem of traffie lights the
other dsv with his oM friend Sum Sum-ner
ner Sum-ner Welles, former Under-secreta-
rv Of Stat.
' "Those green traffic lights were
planned by people who s:t in of offices
fices offices and do't know anything a a-bout
bout a-bout them.V comnlaijied the 89.-.
year-old Senator. ,T walk to, the
Capitol 2V miles every dav and
Vfi miles back, so I know sx.rae-
thlne: about traffic lights.
They're geared for motorist.
not for pedestrians. .They .don't
star red long enough to let a pe
destrian cross- the street
"The other- morning, f o r in
stance, ,1 got to Third Street,
which is rsther wide,, and I wis
three-quarters-of the -way across
when tae bght switched.: I manag managed
ed managed to make it aeross the street
without getting knocked over. But
as I reached the intersection I
found that a car was parked three three-fourths
fourths three-fourths of, tha way on the wrong
Dictator's Pal. Tha hn mum
friendship between U, At Ambas Ambas-sado
sado Ambas-sado WilUam ,Pheiffer nd the
Dominican dictator, Generalissimo
Trujillo, i': beginning to worry
State. Department officials Truji-r
llo is using .pajace photographs of
himSelf .posing witb Ambassador,.
Pheiffer to show, thst the United
State stands behind, him and hia
murderous regime.- rJ !V
i. Pheiffer is an ex Cnnffraismsn ;
from New. York, who was defeated
u years sgo out served as assist assistant
ant assistant to the GOP .National Cotnmit-
te during the 1952 Ike campaign. 1
-His reward:. Ambassador' to the
dictatorial Dominican Republic
where living la pleasant w when f
SAFrry : FIRST Bonnlet
Randolph; Columbus,1 ., pro
model the tatest in f olt tiat-j
wear-M coolie-type affair hard!
enoughr to shield the wearer if
any stray golf balls landed en
' j' i r.. 1 ''
- J .,';. i.--r
But this lpparentlY Is Just the
bealnnlnr. A letter has tone out
from the White House teffins; all j
qepajtsnenta and iwc
ta make vm new nd e
of trm poncv-meVine- Vb Whleh
she n be vxampt from the career
What ev went r rreat-r ef ef-ficierMiv
ficierMiv ef-ficierMiv t-me mare natron-
rorrestal. an Dlums Natch.
r -i' t t!
" Te 1 the Etewly nffe4
. young Iadr.soaa te cheose
- ber SmtLmc, we exue4
rdial iariuttoa te
.' C .' j vi!t ear stare where she
., i ' sney arisnrerj eeasMatt oar
assay. eheice eeugns, is
-sliai AmaKAit V icre-
, aua, ol vhich we are se
i eery red. Bare wffi b&
, foaad Smtiit el exfrst.
' siu taste ase lastiac
DIKFCT C T.
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A fBIPAT, APRIL 18, 1357 A 4" ' f'V ' rAHAMA AMERICAN AW PtDgFENDEWT PAH.T NtWSFAfM y '. '' '
Surplus Army Ileitis
Available April 22
Education. And labor Committee
Try For Compromise $2 Billion
Ik afeaneMssi mwwiii luim mi iiibmii t (i j 1 'i-.''-Hf CT-i'fitf.- A.
U I I : -' tfgfc S
iti esaf i
'You should hav her tit with mi mor often! Itt
i rno at cakt, drink pop and watch the laf
Br jfish; Bar-Way Toi Peace Peace-On
On Peace-On Cyprus, Ma karios Says
. t NAIROBI. Kenya, April 12 fJP)
,k Grek Cypiiot ;AvchDishop -Ma-i
i karios, returning from exile, aid
. .here todayv tnat peace coum m
; be restored on Cyprus until Brit
...;mpv rtiM"..;;'' 'vr.t' ?' ..-:
v,' The archbishop, recentlyj Jtreed
v. from British-imposed exile in the
' Syechelles ; Islands, f. arrived i here
" by air-frora Madagascar for a few
days rest before going ,ro Greece.
Ha-told newsmen ok his arrival
' that Britain's "slight relaxation of
emergency jneasures" onv Cyprus
.'still was Insufficientvto Belp je-
store- peaceon." the British-ruled
' island. tVwi
'.'The enly right oad for finding
" e peaceful, democratic v. and Jugt
solution for Cyprus. will. be open
from the moment the state of
emergency on Cyru,is abol abol-,
, abol-, ished." he aid.". ?.'-.
' The archbishop, 'whe- spent 13
months f In-1 exile tor aiiegeaiy
l backing the anti-Britisbxtremist
campaign on Cyprus, compiauiea
4 that special courts' were continu continu-ing
ing continu-ing to Impose deaths sentences en
Cvrrin'-Cov. Sir John Harding
1 i the dcd h rcnaity for
- the time
'i 1 iSli
; y un un-oS
oS un-oS ,e-
"I arnestl.v li : t:.t vernor
ef C.vprus will not iroi i' with
further executions,"' the arthbish-
Op jaicL-;,' s.i Xr-''--'S!
"It, despite this hope,: the exe
cutions-continue, I sincerely pe
lieve the t British government will
be barring -the way toward pacifi pacification
cation pacification of the island," he added.
Archbishop Makarios: is expect
ed to remain here until .Tuesday,
before leaving for Athens. where
he wHi make .his base until the
British government gives him per
mission to Je-nter Cyprus. 'i u.-
-British authorities, in releasing
the archbishop from exile, speci specified
fied specified he could not return to Cyprus
for the time being. v
..The j archbishop, spiritual and
pouueal leader of wees cypnois
who are eeeking union of the
island with Greece, was welcomed
by members of the local Greek
colony, t-the airport-here.
The Property Disposal Office an announces
nounces announces three sales of surplus in interns
terns interns during the month of April.
All sales are conducted in build
ing 706, Corozal. i
Two sales are scneauiea for A-
pril 22. The first, at 9 a.m., will
offer auch- items as drawers v for
spud-top burners, broiler drawers,
pan i Drouers,' scales,' testers,
watches." calibrator. Hydrometer.
cotten mattress covers pipes, e e-lectric
lectric e-lectric tubing, camera equipmnet
and other valuable properties.
The second sale on April 22 Is
scheduled for 10 a.m. Items for
sale ( include warehouse hand
trucks; miscellaneous electric
power aisiriDuuon equipment, of office
fice office machines, fuels, oils, waxes
medical and dental equipment, re re-equipment,
equipment, re-equipment, photographic supplies,
instruments and laboratory e-
quipment. t f -. ;
On Aoril 29at 8:30 e.m. the
following properties will be offer offered
ed offered for sale; Recorder, reproducer,
dictaphone, single bedsteads, elec:
trie and non-electric typewriters,
parts ior Westinghouse ranges,
mattresses, foidina. beds, aaaina
machinea and other valuable i-J
terns. V .' f
For further information contact
the Property Disposal Office Co
.'t .. .. 1 ."-lit ?
Doctor In John
To Rclurn To Vesf
: BERLIN, April 12 (UP) -Anne-marie
Wyres, nurse of Dr. Wolf Wolfgang
gang Wolfgang Wohlgemuth, the physician
who was named in the alleged kid-
nsnnlnz of Wc '. German Security
Chief Otto john, said the doctor
would like t6 return to theWest
but is afraid of imprisonment,
Trf in Wevrea returned to the
West after living in East BerlinH
for almost three years after me
mysterious disappearance of John.
In -an Interview published in
West Berlin newspaper "B.V to today
day today she said her former boss still
lives in East Berlin where he has
a small practice and works at the
East v Berlin -University Hospital.
He -disappeared with tne west
German security chief and ? was
named as his kidnapper
John returned to west uermany
and was sentenced to 'three years
-Mil Wevrea laid Wohlgemuth
would like to return to West Ber Berth,
th, Berth, but was; afraid of 'conviction
for his role in John's disappearance
the newspaper said.
! It quote Miss- wees as say
hig that WOhlgcrffuth told hefJobn
stayed in the East of hu own free
John's trial failed to ; establish
whether he was kidnapped. :
WASHINGTON. April 11 (UP) 1
i he House Education and Labor
Committee got down tq work
today on a comnromise two bil
lion Federal Aid bi.. But it put off
final action until May in ho pes
opposition from the evonomy uioc
will subside. u .. j
Committee members who tried
to speed action on the measure
were voted down. 15 to 10. instead.
the committee voted not to con
sider the pill until May 1 after
Congress returns from the Easter
Some supporters of the legisla
tion believe delay will enhance
the bill s chances t of passage
They contend the vcurrent econ
omy wave, in Congress is one of
the Din's chief obstacles and. that
delaying tactics .- might outlast
moves to slash the program.
' UiW.The TJelay ?
Rep. Cleveland "-M." Bailev. 5fD
WVa)r" chairman of the subcom
mittee that reported the compro-
mize bill, urged the delay. He
was supported toy Rep. Augustine
.js.r jkeuey it-ra), acting chair
man of the full committee and
chief sponsor of the comoromise
Bailey r told the committee 'that
Speaker Sam Rayburn Te$) told
mm yesterday It would be "ad
visable", for the committee to act
before the end : of the Easter
recess. He-added that Rayburu
said the House might want to act
on- the bill ''immediately") after
tne recess.., wmcn ends April 29.
- But Bailey. aid that 1,500 pages
of testimony- from subcommittee
hearings .will not be available
before May 1 and that the record
should be in the hands of commit committee
tee committee members before they take
Rep. Peter Frelinghuysen TR TROT),
OT), TROT), s chief sponsor of President
F.Unhnuiei' srhnnl nroei-a m t and
one of those who helped reach I
a compromise, 'pressed for the'
earliest action by the full commit-"
tee. He asked that the next com
mittee meeting be held next
Reported Details i
Bailey: reported to the commit
tee th.e .full details of the com
promise between tne r eamtmstra-
a Democratic substitute -program
calling for $3,600,000,00.'
The compromise would -author
ue av federal spending program
of 40 million dollars a year for
the next five years. States and
local communities would be re
quired to put-up an equal amount
to qualify, for the federal vmoney.
v Trehnghuysen said that the
compromise was -designed "to try
to eliminate controversy" among
the proponents of a federal school
construction program. He said it
was "a reasonable compromise"
M Rep. Stewart L. Udall (D-Ariz)
said there was ''practically no
sparring for partisan advantage"
in reaching the compromise.
, Vv-,- '(,.. i";-" rr-i.
Meanwhile;1 24 national organ
izations urged that the committee
act on the bill before the Easter
recess,::'':;,:"; ''hi .'
In a letter to committee chair,
mnn Graham A.'. Barden (D-NC),
they said 'positive and prompt
action" is needed to approve the
bill bei ore support for it lagv
The reason so few notitMnn
; write their memoirs Is they prob-
wuiy oro oTroig or misquoting
' u New Two-Seater Falconette r
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ALL-SEEING These seven
eyes peering through a televi-,
eion lens used for special ef
fects belong to Nina Blanchard
of New York. The prismatic
lens picks up seven images at
once ior illusory technique. The
lena can oe rotated, causing the
images to appear to revolve.
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MINISTER Or FOREIGN RELATIONS WILL GIVE
DESFEDIDA FOR AMBASSADOR OF PERU
-!! . The Minister f Foreign Relations Aquiline Boyd and
-iMr. Boyd hare Issued invitations to a farewell dinner to
'be given in honor of the departing Ambassador to Peru
! German Aramburu and Mrs. Arambnru.
J The dinner will be held in the Bella Vista Room of the
el EJ Panama, Friday, April ?e at s pan.
- .Dr.edro Enrique Brin nd
: xirm nrin entertained at dinner
"iila to celebrate Dr. B r l n s
Farriela Arm Foster
Ninw News Editor
; Of LSU Reveille'
Miss: Patricia Ann- Foster,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
Foster of Diablo Heights, has been
appointed news editor on the staff
, of the "Daily Reveille," campus
newspaper at Louisiana State Uni University.
versity. University. i-The staff of the paper is select selected
ed selected by a University publications
committee, which chooses the edi editors
tors editors from applications submitted
by students. The paper is issued
four times a week and is written
and published entirely by students.
..Miss Foster, a graduate of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School and the Canal
Zone Junior College, is scheduled
to receive a- bachelor of arts de degree
gree degree in journalism this June. She
was also recently initiated to The The-ta
ta The-ta Sigma Phi, honorary profession-1
' aj fraternity for women who show
evidence of outstanding ability in
She has done reporting, photo
graphy and feature stories for the
"Daily Keveuie and the Baton
Rouge "Morning Advocate" ana
While at CZJC Miss Foster was
active in sports, journalism, dra dramatic
matic dramatic and the Sutdent Associa Association.
tion. Association. She was a member of Delta
Phi Omega, dramatics fraternity,
and of Gamma Chi, social and
service sorority. During this time,
she also had verse published in A-
merica sings, an antnoiogy ot
noetrv of college students publish
ed by the National Poetry Asso
She was the recipient of the 1954
Canal Zone College Club scholar
ship for study in a college in the
United States. After working one
year with the Industrial Relations
Office in Rodman and with the
Budget Branch at Balboa Heights,
she entered LSU as a transfer
She plans to spend the summer
vacationing in New York and re
turn for a visit to the Canal Zone
in the fall.
THE BALBOA UlllOll CHURCH
" : BALBOA, CANAL ZONE '1fl?y
. WELCOMES YOU TO ITS SERVICES
PALM SUNDAY, APRIL 14
9:30 a.m-CHURCH SCHOOL FOR ALL ACES
'i 0:30- a.m. MORNING WORSHIP :;'X.
17J30 p.m.- EVENING WORSHIP THROUGH LENT
- r Sixth Word from the Cross: v
v' ' "It Is Finished" '
The Reverend Oscar W. Olsen, Pastor
This Charch Is Protestant, Interdenominational and
affiliated with the National Council of the Churches
-fltf jChrist la the United States of America...-?
' in ii i ii
Dores Waitet' "
The annual recital of the Dorese
Waites' School of Dancing will be
held in the Balboa Theatre on
May 10 and May 14, beginning
at 7;30 p.m. sharp. This is the
tenth edition of T'On With The
Show" to be presented by Mrs
Waites and her pupils. Proceeds,
as always, will be use for a wor
thy cause, this year the Boys
Scouts and Girl scouts of Amen
Each year ;"0n With The Show"
has played to a full house, t is
anticiDaied that" this year's show
will be no exception, and all-, are
urged to purchase tneir tickets
in advance, of the performance
Admission will be 75 cents for a-
nlt nA -CA. Mntf 4nr children
rickets may be obtained it the
Dorese Wattes School ot uancwg
located in: the Knights of Ulum
bus Hall. Balboa, or from any of
the students of the school.
Mr. And Mrs. Klin
Lav On Vacation ''
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Kline
left this week to visit the United
States. Their daughter Leslie ac
companied them. 1
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
I r mm m A mw mm. .
SOME growmips who wouldn't
think of being rude to another
grownup wi'i discuss a child in
his hearing as though he weren't
present. ... .. : .' .
Children are just as sensitive as
adults often more so and usual
ly (hey are more self-coiiscious.
EDITS COLLEGE PAPER Miss Patricia Ann Foster, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Foster of Diablo Height has been ap appointed
pointed appointed news editor on. the staff of the "Daily Reveille,"
campus newspaper at Louisiana State University.
our informal club fpr the late crowd
every FRIDAY and SATURDAY
from midnight to 4:30 a.m.
MUSIC by Itie CAROL GREAVES TRIO!
in the air-conditioned comfort of our. BALBOA BAR
Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a.m.
CAROL also plays the plana in- the Balboa Bar
It p.n. to t a.m. Son., Tues.. Wed. U Than.
By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
Mr. D's mother lives with him
and his family.
last summer his two young
sters got' themselves Jobs as
camp counselors. Freed ot re-
annnKinuirv Tni T.nm iw T.npt its
decided to treat themselves to a
South American tour. To Grande
ma they offered the treat of a
visit to her only daughter.
8he resisted the idea. Finally
she said. "All rlght.-I'll visit Mil-
lv for your- sakes. I certainly
don't want to stand in your way
or enjoying yourselves.' g
The TJ's felt awful.. Without
question, both swallowed Grand Grandma's,'
ma's,' Grandma's,' absurd suggestion that
their tour doomed her to a sum
mer'of misery while they reyel
eq in Brazilian raptures. ;
It didn't ccur to either of
them to say, "But Mother, you
can enjoy yourself too!" Just as
the martyr in-Grandma meant
them to, they felt like brutes for
claiming an experience she could
not scare. i
A martyr Is a person who is
able to make his envy appear
When we are three years old
and still pur of heart, we are
content to let our envy appear
as it is ignoble. If we envy a
belonging; of somebody else, we
express our feeling- directly. We
But then we begin to get the
going-over which psychologists
emerge from It so subdued that
we- learn tt play martyr. : ;
Then, 1 if we feel envy of a
child's friends, his colleea edu
cation, his South American trip,
we matte our f eeun? sound as
saintly as possible. We express it
Indirectly: We make him asham ashamed
ed ashamed of his Joy We say,. 'All fight;
nave run ana leave me to sul
fer alone." 'f
. in the end, we v get s exactly
what we've asked for we get left
ta suffer alone -.f --r
That's why martyrizing our ourselves
selves ourselves Is'so silly. j
No -matter how loyal children
try to be :r to ji they simply
dojat want to be around us if
we make. them ashamed of en enjoying;
joying; enjoying; themselves. They sense
that we are Jealous, not saintly.
And want to get away from our
dishonesty as quicuy as possiDie.
After Bombing P ;
IJMOGES. France. 'April 12
(UP)-, Police guarded the home
of France's Secretary of State for
Algerian Affairs today after a
bomb shattered the entrance ; to
the house yesterday. v .;
There was no one injured in the
explosion at the front door of Mar
cel Champeixs provincial horn e
Police were pressing search1 for
fjeh aotlee fer IiicIusmr In' this
column tkauld bi submittad -in
rypt-writt form and milled
the bos numbar tilled daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Ofharwita," or deUvertoTi
bv hsid to ha 'office. Notices t
meetingt canaet be accted by
telephone.' , t ft s
Meet Sunday -4j ,
Members of the S 11 v e r'lm-
ployes Death Benefit' Association
are reminded that the Pacific side
meeting will be held in the La Bo
ca School Study Hall at 9:00 'a.m..
Sunday, and- the- Atlantic side
meeting at the Silver City Lodge
Hall at 7:30 on the following night.
- The auddiior and the secretary's
reports for last year will be adopt
ed at both meetings which will be
presided over the President Hil Hilton
ton Hilton D. Perkins. Representatives to
the Board of Directors will be e-
lected in addition to other bust
ness of importance.
Members are cordially invited to
attend on time and take an active
part in the discussions. v
Life off Small Boy
In Family Freezer
' I. i x ''. I'";
GARDEN GROVE- Calif. (UP)
A 5-year-old .boy, rescued min minutes
utes minutes before death i from inside a
locked home deepfreezer where he
was trapped for nearly : an hour,
survived the cold because he went
into hibernation like an animal, it
was reported xnursday,
j Dr. Walter C. Ralton said he
administeijed treatment for frost frostbite
bite frostbite of the feet and bands Wednes
day to little Theo DeHoog, who
was' rescued by his mother, Mrs.
Daniel DeHoog, from a ehest-type
freezer into which he bad climbed
and locked himself. - i
"This was the most interesting
case I've ever handled," the Gar Garden
den Garden Grove physician said. "Hiber
nation saved the life of the boy,
ut. KaitoQ said the- zero tenv
perrature inside the freezer low
ered Tbeo's metabolism so fast
that he went to sleep before he
couia 'Struggle- mucn. j ;
"This conserved the oxygen In
the closed food closet," the doc doctor
tor doctor said.' '"The--boy would have
died he missed death by min minutes
utes minutes if his mother hand't found
Mrs. DeHoog said she went into
the garage to get some frozen
meat for an early dinner when
sne neara a iomj. moai from withr
"x openea ana mere ne was
sleeping," she said,
toe .re white pique. TW, di
IAILE DUGAS, NEA Women'sL!.' by Sh,p n Shore.By
' THAT WAS "RICH
ROAST" COFFEE SHE
SERVED LAST NIGHT!
THAT DEEPER -COFFEE
Bbfden'sTfjRicli RoasttfiNEW Instant Coffet ; '"
2- that ghesiycii DEEPER coffee flavor. Try itl '!
', I t
. ( I o'
Daughter. Ofarned On
-J 1 -t -J
torn can Kejpv golden-brown, fAuTy-figbt pas pas-eakas
eakas pas-eakas whenever you want them bow Uat An
Jetaisaa paaraka mux ia'packad in the sew ber ber-Mtiealr
Mtiealr ber-Mtiealr aaakd tia! U the tia, Ana Jemima
Ineps freab intieilnHeit. It's always pat aad
a ae jrwa caa keep a supply baady all th
IFBatevaf the Cfc ioa SimHiy aaormint breakfaata, sofidaya,
r "snack rimwe aad eapeoeJly oa Pridaya and etaer meat!
Skys dwiac tke year, ywar whole family wiD aajey apraai
traat witb Ami Jemima, paaeakea. Be eaiek aa4 aaey to maka
, aecppatixtaf aad fniffj-Bcht nay time!
B7 a tia a Aoat Jamima paaralrs mix today yoanaif
fte GOOD aatiaff 1
f a But then we begin to get the eel Champeixs provincial home.
It I is ""- going-over which psychologists! Police were pressing a search1 for
j-1.Jl1jl. i l call "socialization." Often we the unknown bomber
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HOLLYWOOD, April 12 -OJPi
Television and film star Larry
( Buster JrCrabbe today blamed the
mysterious death of his 20-year-old
daughter on the "subconscious
condition in her mind that just
wouian t let her eat.
Crabbe, a husky former U.S. O-
Iympic Games swimming champion
told authorities his daughter, Car-
en Lynn tTabbe. 20. apparently
starved td death as a result of a a
emotional disturbance which made
food distasteful to her.
An attending physician was quo
ea oy ponce- as saying the swim
mer's daughter, a graduate of
Marlborough School for Girls and
recently died after a five-week
fast that left her weighing only 60
pounds. .1 .- i
The cirl died Wednesday at the
home of her grandparent. Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Held, whose on only
ly only comment was. -"Caren hsdnt
Been we'i for some time." Friends
of the girl said tbey were unable
to explain me case. t
ine coroner's office asksd no
tice to investigate the circumstan
ces of the girl's death jfter Dr.
Carl Strouse. who had .been, at
tending her since March t, declin
ed to sign a death certificate.
However, police said no tnvestica
tion was being made because there
was no indication of a crime.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Social and Otli
those: HAPPY DAYS
: Are remembered.. V
p.mgi inn mi im. mi J ""
Gem And Minerals
L .Society HpW f
On ; Saturday evening, -.from; 4
p.m. to 8 p.m. the Gem and Min Minerals
erals Minerals SocietT m Balboa will hold
Ooen House. Demonstrations of la
pidary work Will be given by va various
rious various members which will feature
shacine of material from the
ron eh fitupo tn th finished Bern
The nublie is cordially Invited
to the Society's Clubhouse,- build
juig oii near rcr o cumuvt, w
nhserv th .-mrk that will be
"done, and perhaps gain a new hob.
Ft. Amador Wiv.e v 1
- The Ft. Amador Officers' Wives'
uub's monthly meeting weones
day, April 17 will consist of a i vis
it to Flamenco Islaad. ,
Buses Will leave the:Ft. Ama
dor Officers Open Mess at 9 a.m.
and return at approximately j.v;ju.
; There will be no ousuiess meet meeting.
ing. meeting. -, '
'American Leglen f "'
Auxiliary Elects 1
The regular mommy meemn w
the American Legion auxiliary, u u-nit
nit u-nit No. 1 was held Tuesday, April
9 at the Legion Club. The high highlights
lights highlights of the meeting was, the elec-
lon of officers lor ia&7-S8 ana eiec
tion of delegates to the .Depart
ment Convention in May '
The new officers are president,
Muriel Blacks-1st' vice president.
Aniat McKeown ; 2nd vice 1 pre si-
int imrmnv Knm: eniDiain j,
hJeanor Cortnor;v hisotrian, Patricia
1 .t-.M4. D.ahM. A
Connor; unit executive'' committee
Women. Artene Martin. E m m a
Gasperi, ; Renee ; Gauvin ; depart
ment executive committee wom women,
en, women, Joan O'Ponnell, Muriel Black.
Delegates for the convention are
Eleanor Becker, Joan O'ConnelL.
elected; as Chairman of the dele delegation."
gation." delegation." Alternates, are Barbara O' O'Connor,
Connor, O'Connor, Eleanor Connor, Renee
Gauvin, Emma Gasperi, Delores
,Coffy, Juana Stucchio, Arlene Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, and .Marian Campbell.
Will Give Supper V"t -
Per Three Members .
This Sunday evening at 6:30 a
buffet supper party 'will, be given
by the Unitarian Society in honor
of three of its members:- Mrs. E-i
va M. Talboy, of Ancon; ;: Mr.
Robert G. Cox, of Panama; and
Mr. Frank W. Gurney, of Ancon.
ir.. ir.lkiw Jaw nf fir
I mi, iuw;. w v
r Jamms H. Talboy, late of Boque-
te, will be leaving tne Minimis ai
the end ot the montBu .following
her retirement from the clerical
staff of Gorgas Hospital. She plans
to live in Detroit, 'the home of her
son, James Henry Talboy, and his
family. ' :
t Mr. Cox U Tbiri Prr' tii
Vice'Cons' l : t:.e Li.-' .-ales
Embniy i.-.- itsama. 1 ; -s f'v f'v-en
en f'v-en his servuf as tpmrii"y Lay
1 mister for t.. rast six vecks,
deliverine a series of ; ail Presses
oa Unitarianism as it rel. es to
history and to life, today, v
, Mr. Gurney, organist for the So Society,
ciety, Society, is in his fourth year : at
f teacher with the music depart-
n.nt nf the Canal -zone- scnoois.
With his family, he will, leave for
the States in June, and has plan planned
ned planned a cross-country vacation trip
by automobile, visiting the par parents
ents parents of both Mr.-and Mrs. Gurney,
o route.' t i
y Friends el the nonoreee -ar eor-
dially Invited to join members
and friends of the Fellowship for
the occasion. Reservations should
be telephoned te Balboa 2196, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1580 A or Balboa 2881. The
meeting house is located at 362
Ancon Boulevard,: in Ancon.
Will Be Held , K
At Tiveli Guest House
At the meeting of the local chap chapter
ter chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the' na national
tional national scholastic fraternity in jun junior
ior junior colleges of the Unites States,
held just before the beginning of
the 'Easter Week vacation; plans
were made for tha annual "Schol "Scholarship
arship "Scholarship Dinner." The spring social
even of the honor group will be
held on Wednesday; April 25 in
the Fern Room of the Tivoli Guest
House. 1 i
At the same meeting, officers
fOi' the second semester of the col
lege year of 1956-57. were official
ly elected and installed. The re.
suits were as follows: '
President, Miss Patricia Stein
er; vice-president, Lee t. ureene;
secretary, Miss Gayle Hasemann;
cil Member, Miss Beth Little; Fa
culty Sponsor, Prof.. Hubert Kuroy
fill. t ', 1
Other members of Phi Theta
Kappa' present i were r Miss Patri Patricia
cia Patricia Batchellor. Miss Norma Ruth
Harmon, Richard Home, Mrs. Ni
na KosiX. Miss Mary UDeri, aa-
win C McIlvaine, Miss Carme
Smith, 'Miss Margaret MancocK,
and Miss Valerie Wiley,
Capsizes On Reef
31 Dead, 50 Missing
TOKYO. April 12 (UP) A ferry-
hnat carrvins three times its norm
al capacity of passengers capsized
in Japan's island sea today.
At least 31 persons were Kiiiea
and 50 others were missing,
The Japanese Coast Guard said
there were 141 survivors.
The 39-ton Kitaeawa Maru wo.
5, a 33-year-old wooden vessel, ran
aground on a reel snoruy alter
noon enroute from Ikujim a Island
to Nomichi on Japan's main island
of Honshu. It capsized and sank in
a few minutes.
Unofficial reports said a 16-year-
old apprentice who was steering
the ferry apparently misjudged his
distance and struck a reef. He was
listed as one of the dead. Investiga
tors said he had not yet earned his
Guest To Continue
3ircCi Air Rculc
Mexico city AprU 12 (UP)-
The communications ministry an
nounced today that it had award-i
ed the 1 Mexico City-Miami, Fla.,
non-stop air route to- Guest Air
lines.,. 1, r.-.v
The airline has been operating
tne. route since 1950. under the
new Mexico-U.' S. air agreement
signed last -imonth all air routes
between the two ; countries (Were
opened .for assignment.
i Thtk direct ; Mexico City New
York, Mexico City Los Angeles
and Mexico City Chicago. routes
remain to be assigned.
BIBLE LADY Mrs. R, I. C.
' Prout, of Wakefield, Mich,
- president: of the General Fed.
0. eration of; Women's Clubs, is
chairman .' of women's activi activities
ties activities for all-faiths National Sun Sunday
day Sunday .School Week,, April 8
through 14; Sunday School
Week is sponsored by the Lay-
: men's National Committee, Inc.-
Rare Radio Contact
Chalked Up By Men
Of Field Artillery V,
The field artillery has many
firsts to its credit, but tone that
win oe rememoered is tne unusual
radio contact made by Battery B
of the 319th Airborne Field Artil
lery Battalion here this week.
Batterv B is attached to tne sec
ond battalion combat team of: the
325th Airborne Infantry for Exer
cise Rio Selva being staged at the
Jungle Warfare Training Center at
On Tuesday; the battery was en
eaeed in ranee firins on -the Pa
cific side. Durins: the operation,
portable battery-operated radios
were being used for communica communication
tion communication by the gun poistldns to the
xorwara ODserver. i luese. xauius,
AN-PRC-10' are small compact
FM sets. They transmit and re receive
ceive receive voice only; are carried by
one man and have a range of
from three to 'five miles, in nor normal
mal normal terrain.
PFC Robert E. Keegan, a ra ra-Hin
Hin ra-Hin nnerator in Batterv B. was ex
periencing interference over his
radio while relaying a fire mis mission.
sion. mission. Inqiring as to the identity
and locaton of the interfering sta station,
tion, station, the answer came back loud
and clear from over 2,000 miles
away that it was Battery C of the
319th Airborne Field Artillery .at
Fort Bragg, N.C.
Freaking of unusually ,sman
range radio contact is not too un uncommon;
common; uncommon; but to talk to another
battery of your own battalion, at
your home station 2,000 miles a a-U
U a-U mirelv a coincidental phase.
For" the past three days regular
contact Dy voice ai pre-arrngeu
time is giving the battery news
from its parent unit ana nomv.
' Vi ' f ,t
' Mrs. Olga Nellie Humphreles, R.
N. will represent the isthmian
Nurses' Association at' the Ele Eleventh
venth Eleventh Quadrennial Congress of the
International Council of Murses
in Rome, Italy, May 27 to June 1.
The International C 0 u n c i 1 of
Nurses, founded in 1899, is the old oldest
est oldest international association of pre
fessional women. It is a noa-poli-
tical, self-governing organization
yhose membership is composed of
one nurses association of register registered
ed registered or licensed nurses from each
member country, (
The Council's aim Is to assist
its member associations to a-,
chieve and maintain the highest
standards of nursing service, nurs nursing
ing nursing education and professional e e-thici
thici e-thici in their own countries
The I.C.N. is on the Concullive
Register of the Economic and So
cial Council thereby giving all
members of the I.C.N, a direct
with the work of the United Na Nations.
tions. Nations. It is also in official contact
with' the World Health Organiza Organization
tion Organization and keeps in close touch with
the Nursing Section.
Spills Pipelines ;
MINAtTTLAN. Mexico, April 12
(UP) A runaway cargo truck
spilled tons of iron pipeline on a
group of oilfield workers today,
killing' eight and injuring sixoth sixoth-ers
ers sixoth-ers gravely.
A broken steering gear eausedi
the workers burying them under
flying sections of pipe.
Um If cxMna ftr
mtf duns- QUr
udiotMl, hu pnn
CUntt do to ikn,
marilA IMbtf ttuf.
' In cooperation with its member
associations me i.wn. assists inai
vidua! nurses who may desire ar
rangements made for temporary
employment, or oDservation visn-s
in other countries.
The Council maintains a Card
Index, at its .headquarters, No.-1,
Dean Trench Street. Westminis
ter, London, which summarizes the
opportunities for studv or emDlov
ment in its member countries, and
m unose countries which have Na
tional Association status.
.The Council has also taken lver
the Register for Displaced Nurses.
. "Responsibility" is the theme of
the : six-day assembly which' will
be held in the Esponsizione Uni Universale
versale Universale Romans Hall, located; in
tne outskirts of Rome: Discussions
will be simultaneous in English,
French and Italian. Three thou
sand professional nurses represent
ing almost every nation in : t h e
world. will converge in Rome May
East German i Reds
Warn they Will
Build Up 'Defense'
BERLIN, April 12 (UP) East
German Communist' warned today
they will build up 'Military; Air
Defense" to counter the stationing
of atomic weapons in. Western Ger
many. n t t,
; In addition the Communist said
they are preparing legislation to
set up civilian aerial defense for
The Government press office,
reiterating a Government state statement
ment statement by Premier Otto Grotewohl
of last week, said East Germany
will take "counter' measures" if
the new Bonn army i gets atomic
"Among other things the milita
ry air defense of our country will
be built up.
"In addition the ministry of the
interior is presently preparing le legal
gal legal steps for t he civilian aerial
defense," the statement said.
Details of the military air de defense
fense defense project were not revealed-
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head, was carved by a group of
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kollen Holmen-kollen ski run. near .Oslo. It
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1776 Spirit Rules
In House; Solons
Drub George Again
WASHINGTON (UP) George
Ill's royal km and couhtry got a
verbal batterina- aeain in the
House of Representatives
And as all true patriots know,
few American sports have remain'
ed so deeply satisfying ever since
George tried to collect those taxes
for Britain back in the 18th Cen
The issue at hand Wednesday
was a bill that would permit Brit-
am to postpone up to seven pay
ments on a 4-billion-doUar debt to
the United States. ;
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Before" the debate ended Queen.
ciuabeth u, her wardrobe, British
royalty in general, taxes (this
time ; on .Britohs, not American
colonials.) .and even- ','the Tories"
came in for a drubbing. ?
Rep.., John J. .Booney .(D-NY)
told the House he read ia .the
newspapers that Britain has an
proved a 300 million dollar a year
tax cut., uviaentiy,' ne said, the
British "can't be tin very bad
Rep. H. R. Gross (R-Iowa said
he had been reading the papers,
too, and noted the British recently
bought a half dozen expens.ve
nomes in Washington.
Moreover, he said with his voice
rising to a high pitch, he had read
the Queen is making a costly visit
to Paris. And he said with his
voice cracking she took almost
two tons of baggage with her.
Rep. Noah' Mason (R-IS) said
the waiving of loan, payments
"simply means well agree to
maintain British, royalty in the
style to which they, have been
"Long, long accustomed," Gross
said in the spirit of '76.
Rep. John Bell Williams CD CD-Kiss)
Kiss) CD-Kiss) Jumped to his feet to de demand
mand demand a quorum call. He said the
discussioa was so important more
congressmen ought to hear it
-"Oh, there's something in the
woodpile here." said Rep. Alvin E.
O'KenskMR-WisWThis is anoth
er political bribe to : bolster the
Tories ia power."
Ia the nd the House passed the
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? hiiday, april w, 1957
Enkin JohnsoA v-
' ftOLLTWOOD (NEA) Exclu Exclusively
sively Exclusively Yours: Hollywood isn't al
ways a gui's best friend. Big-eyea
Crol Channing sang "Diamonds
, Are a jGirls's Best Friend" to win
, Broadway fame In "Gentlemen
- Prefer-Blondes." But now Carol
Prefers New York after an unhap unhappy
py unhappy film debut with Ginger Rogers
K 'The First Traveling Salesla Saleslady."
dy." Saleslady." Carol's candid explanation
- t tor the film's flop:
-. 4 s-:''.
;I;fThra wasn't a plot to begin
- 'fcuttth. Everyone kept tolling us it
would bo all right but both Ginger
ma 1 nifl mm, twwihi "-
fbu know tomothing is going to
Jicct.r A eomodv without
nusie is Carol's next on mo main
' BereriT Garland, who stars
5? tth him in "The Joker Is Wild,"
g feat Frank Sinatra a copy of the
" book, "Knock-on Any Door." .
' Robert Q. Lewis reports a dnve-
fjp. theater Jthat owes all its success
lb a new-type screen, they put one
; Iround each car.
S3 iiitW RECORD in fait movlo-
haking? "The Abductors," star star-liBg
liBg star-liBg -Vic McLaglen, was filmed in
pae dav- at a cost of $110,000.
ITic'f son, Andy, directed the fhck fhck-.,).
.,). fhck-.,). Jf new being hailed as a sleeper.
..,.oV it's even Fess Parker sing-
' -- 11 C'aiypwv.-' uwuuu ft-Mv -irst
recording with the calypso
5 Meat "Till We Meet Again,' may
' ttn kiai Ws first milllion ) mark
.Bid record. . Kobert Stack is
uaninf up his vocal chords to fol fol-w
w fol-w Tab Hunter as a singer. But
. tub ot playing another drunk.
JJ Vast to j a ? script titled "The
MivU' Brand.ti& llxed it with
I"It S a problem picture about a
- -tan who drinks for pure enjoy-
. 140AM BENNETT hopped from
-t f Siicago to bo an hand for sister
- maie'a nighi club debut at the
!abara Hotel la Vegas. No more
- feudia'l between 'em. . .Time1
T' g'dg' St'
. . r w I
00 6:88 S:5
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T Y million!
A GEORGE SANDERS YVONNE OeCARLcl
1 hCAZSAGABOR -VICTOR JORY.
' NOTE: ROCK HUDSON PHOTOS WILL BE GIVEN I
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- A jo: -B
A X D f D O
flies dept.: Lena Home's rianeh
ter, Gail, is being romantically
linked in east coast gossip col
umns. .it s sonne. tra-ia)i. so
just call me Cupid. Day after1 1
quoted Elvis Presley as saying Jli Jli-ta
ta Jli-ta Moreno "knocks me out on the
screen but I've never met her,"
she knocked orr his stage door at
Paramount and introduced herself.
She s been on his date list ever
The Witnet: Jonathan Winters
watched three Hollywood kids at
play. The little girL said, "Let's,
play house. I'll be- the "mommy,
you be the daddy, and Freddy will
be tlie divorce lawyer."
AND NOW LET'S nominate Ca-
ry Grant as Hollywood's Man of
Distinction for 1957. ., For those en enduring
during enduring Grant charms, of course course-all
all course-all 23-years of 'em. In early 1930
movies, Mae west was asking ua ua-ry
ry ua-ry to "come up and see me some sometime"
time" sometime" bui lately it's been Grace
Kelly. Sophia Loren and now De
borah Kerr. And next month Jayne
Mansfield. , ... .... ;:,.,, v.
Clark Gable and Gary Cooper
have survived the same number
of years but in an easier league.
They re outdoor Roraeos. At od,
Gary's still the indoor champ as
a ladv killer. At the same trim
weight172 pounds he carried
up to Mae. Swimming, he ex-,
plains, keeps him in shape.
But brains have kept Cary in
the star distinction league. Like
sittina out the Hollywood TV pan
ic for two years without working.
"But I remembered," no told
mo on a sot ot "An Atta r to
Remember." "what hSMened to
Now York sf start who didn't
rush to Hollywood when the
talkies' cimt in. Thoy took on a
now aura. Until TV, film actors
had not other comparative me medium
dium medium by which thoy could bo judg judged.
ed. judged. I don't pretend to bo the ora
cle man, but by staying out or iv
figured I'd add stature to my
self as a movio actor,"
And that he did.
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0.40 -v I
Dean Jailer Keenan
Wynn Jnlie London
Joanne Gilbert and
Ed) Wynn with
Gk 1M ts M P C I
-BtoI fTynn and Coro3
crmrsr. tot terror
Or THE AMAZONS
BEATS HIS HANDICAP-Sightiess since the age of. five,
22-year-old Edward Laskie has always refused to let his handi handicap
cap handicap get him down. He works as a technician developing X-ray
: films ft the Danbury (Conn Hospital. ; Expertly trained, ha
' needs no sight for his darkroom work.' He walks, unaided,
, half a mile to and from his' job each' day. The hospital lab
. Drocesses more than 10,000 Xrray fUi4 a year. '
Date For Prime
LONDON. April 12 CUP)" Brit
ain has proposed June 20 as the
date, for a meeting of me, vgra-
monweaun rnme iviimsiers ui
London, government sources laid
Britain is consulting With the
Commonwealth nations on the de
tails and arrangements ot me
The' British-proposed date if a
compromise between suggestions
for an earlier get together and
Canadian proposal to meet during
the first week m Jury.
It will be the first meeting fif
the Commonwealth Premiers since
the illfated Anglo-French Suez in intervention
tervention intervention strained relations be between
tween between Britain and Asian member
of tha Commonwealth. ,.
Of Reilrosd System
PARIS, 'April 12 (TJP Trench
labor' unions meet today to' decide
whether to decree a 4-hour strike
on the nation' spsrawling stater
owned railroad system,'
: Spokesmen for the Communist Communist-controlled
controlled Communist-controlled Confederation Geoerale
.it I y
Du Trail (CGT) and predomi predominantly
nantly predominantly Catholic Confederation
Francalse Des Travailleuri Chre Chretiens
tiens Chretiens (CFTC) said ty strike would
be unleashed during the heavy
laster traffic period if the rail railroad
road railroad administration failed to open
talks on wage increases.
The Socialist-bossed CGT-Force
Ouvriere (CGT Workers Force)
may join the walkout although
Premier Guy Mollet is a Socialist.
examined at a cabinet meeting at
. -t l A 1 II
3 p.m. wnicn win a iso biuoj. uie
Middle Eastern situation.. -'y
, 'Pet A
Colonel Dean Beta fKock Hadsoa) studies a map 1st
order to decide th best way to ssto tha lives of four hn
dred Korean orphans, whUo the Korean toaehor En San
Tang Anna Kashfi) and Seargent Herman (Dan Dory's
wait. Tbl Is n scene nf I'nrrersal-biternatioBai'i "Battle
Hymn." The Technicolor production starring Hudson, Mar Martha
tha Martha Hytr, Dan Dnryen and Annn Kashri, will -be released
soon at the Central Theatre. ,
, Chow tt t:M p.na.
Cia. Mexlrann dt
'r, ?.. Vi
At First Baptist
i Turn cni snlkr r to he
heard at the First Baptist Church
Ol JDBlOOa riCH(in, uu ouuuoj aim
Tuesday nights at( 7 !30t 5 v
: ) George W. Schroeder of 1 Mid Mid-ville
ville Mid-ville Tem)., representing half mil-
a iko. Bnntit hrfttrW-
iuu s.i f i----
1aAJ mi1 kA KvaMAkitintf -tha wnrr
of the men of the church during
the evening serviea mis- una my
at 7:30. He s tb secretary of the
mrntdarliivul movement: arcorrfba.-
nying him will bo Judge John. W.
McCall 01 XNasnviue, 4enn. ...
McCall and Schroeder will be
rally for the men of the Bapist
churches, with Roy Wallact of
Cocoli as chairman of the meeting-
: :.'v .r- .....u .....
Tho other senvces uus aunaay
will brine to a close tha series of
the oast thret Sundays on "Faces
About tha Cross". The 10:40 morn morn-hv
hv morn-hv PflRtnr William H
Beeby will be 'Public Opmion' at
Calvary.'W .-:-; -x?,m:.--kY
-rh mamlnff' iorvice is orecea-
ed by -Sunday School at 9:30.
Tn pastors mee uui i
evening service : at 7:30 will be
tc..;.i,lo r,nnfKinn". Tho OVt-
ning-service at 7;3(r will be "Sui "Sui-ning
ning "Sui-ning service- will be preceded-by
New Memfcera Fellowship- at '6:30
CHIC Paris leads' the way- hi
.fashions een for. chickotM.
Thia proOd, whlte-ereatad ktnj
shows what ; th weVi-dresaedt
fowl will wear this spring,, Sho
won top honors- in- her aakw
f ory in the annual Agriculturt
.Week in the French capital r
" -i .fj
VICT OKI A
kem I"kninii Uly
1090 Kc., Colon
' Xtdapbones; S-306S Panama
' , 1065. Coloa
today, Friday, April U
4:00 Feature Reyiew
4:30 -What's Your' i- avorite (re-
. quests taken by phorui
. till 3:00, ,
5:30 News 1
;33 Whafg, Your T T fl r 1 1
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen-
. 1 tary.
6 : 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabat Been
:3ft Top Tunea of tba Week
V (WRUL) ,
7;00 Thirty-Mlnuta T h t ati
7;30 VOA-Report 'from TJ.9.
t:oo-Music By Roth y
1 : 30 Short Story Theater1
9:00 you Asked For It re re-.
. re-. quests taken by phone
-1 till 7:30)
9:30 You Asked For It "(re
10: 30 Cavalcade Ot America,
11:00 Jasr TH1 Midnight
Tomorrow Saturday, April 13
i j c t r
:00 in On i Alarm Clock
Club (requests- taken
hy phone till 7:00)
7:30 Jaa Salon
1:15 The Christophers ;
8:30 Mu8ica.l Reveille
8:00 News i
8:15 Bonjour Mesdames
8:30 Paris star Tims
10:00 New !'
10:03 Spins And Needles (ra-
; quests taken by pnons
11:05 Spins And N 41 as
11:30 Journey Jnto Spacf ..
12:05 luncheon Music
12T30 New Tune Time
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne Kinc Serenade ,;i
2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And" Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time j.
3:00 Concert Os The Mall
- 3:30 Music, For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review ;
;;30r-What' Your Favorite (re-
., r quests vj (iiiviiw
V-- : till J:00) .- f
.1:30 Newa v w
5:35 What's Tour T a 1 1 e
:00-rQuest star i v
0: 15 BLUE RIBBON- SPORTS
RSV1SW (Pabst Beer)
e:30 Manhattan Melodlaa
f :45 DIt Touraelf
7:00 Much-Binditif -7:30
VOA-r-Report from U f
:Q0-8tufday Nls;ht Oaneini
Educatlrtf Archie ".V
:00 Vour Hit Parade
:30 Ray'a' A Laugh ;
10:00 Music From Hotel K pan-
.-' ---, ins t
lf:30 Owl's Nest (teaueata
; taken by phone through,
put program) '.....--1:00
a.m. Sunday Sign oft.
Jayne Mansfield In
The Girt Cant Hols It
wiUvlJ Rock 'n RoU Urst
In CinemaSeepal f :
Hugh Marlowe In -,
"THE BLACK WKJP",
Today I0EAI 20 JQ
"KINO Of TBI CONGO" a
' Last Chaptara) f
; .:iAPPT rtwar ' :
' "BARBED WIRE : .-
Showing t Vvr Stnk
Ctnter Thttttrs Ttnlght
BALBOA 4:ie only! :
rSON or PALirACar
8 p.m. Fret "- ;
Kristin Scienot Ltctnrt!
PRE RELEASE t:45 p.m.-
HE TRUE RTOIT OP
JESSE JAMES" .'.
DIABLO BTS. 1:lt
Desperado Am In Town"
lLt show 10:30 v m.
pTHE BLACK WIDOW1? '.
'flAMBOA 7:te 4 -pREBEL
MARGARITA :1S I:5
Late show 18:39 p.m
HB SLEETING ClTTw
PARA ISO 1:11 1:11
-STAR OP INDIA"
L A ROC A : -WTOalLNO
SANTA rsn J:U
'"SrCRtT Or TREASURE
RMsr IfOOS coiaporar. Mrs
Wi momumwM. Cowaetar aot
ido coone iiofod m H jMMiy
4nm. It comoaiM alaot's oetod
(one with rttn 4 oka colcolotoi
f II, miHk uni yow t
, -Sk. , nt , aoilf anatnal iwtll or other condition!
f "BRAIN" CAW LAND PLANE IN ALL WEATHER WITHOUT PILOT-Just demonstrated at
- the Niagara Falls plant of tha Bell Aircraft Corporation is a new system tor landing planes ta all
v kinds of weather while the pilot relaxes with his hands in his lap. ( The demonstration was on
land. Sea trials with a carrier are expected to begin this summer. Heart of the system is an
: "electronic brain" computer How It -combines yith a special 'radar set to bring a plane in for a
carrier landing is diagrammed above. Bell produced the system in cooperation with the Navy. ;
-- t, ., v. -A -' ' ' .' 'I i M l.'t V 1 .jft." .f P 1."
To Bcal SI. Luke's
This Sunday "morning' at the 11
o'clock service, Bishop R. Heber
uooaen wut matte ms pastoral v v-sitation
sitation v-sitation at the Cathedral of St.
Luke, Ancon, and will administer
the apostolic rite of Confirmation,
He. will also preach at the serv service,
ice, service, and will visit with, the Church
Shoql at 9;15 ..m. A class of a a-dults
dults a-dults and children will be present
ed by ; Dean t Peterson for ; Conf ir-
mauon. t , . . ....
Palms win W blesserjt the 7:30
Service of Holy Communipn,-; add
will be distributed at all services
throughout the day. In the eve-
mnr, Dean Feterson wiu coodupt
and preach at evening prayer at
7 o'clock. ?: lv ,v", u :
Holy Wek services will be held
every fins tt the tameora) from
Monday to Thursday, with, f and
8:30 Ijtij Holy Communion, and
7 p.m, evening prayer w.it&. meai-ialion,-'
, , ,'r
On Good Friday, .Morning Piay-;
er will be said at. 8;30 and .the
Dean will preach at th Three Three-Hour
Hour Three-Hour service from noon ta 3 p.m.
on the" subject- "Tba Sven De De-gees
gees De-gees of God's. Love", fit the eve.
ning at I o'clock, there will be the
Stations of the Cross with Medi Medi-tation.
tation. Medi-tation. ''
MUIl' LLlO'llJ I
h IIATO Exercise
Naples! ; Italy. April' 12 V (up)
An -,ABglo-Amricaa kattle squa
dron steamea inrougn mt souis souis-eastern
eastern souis-eastern Mediterranean today head heading
ing heading for tko Dardanelles to' "foreo"
a landing on the same 'Gallivli
peninsula where a British landing
met disaster in tha first World
U.S. ICarines will lead ('simul ('simulated
ated ('simulated asasult aver almost the tame
sands British Marines fought ever
in 1815., Tba British defeat aus aus-ed
ed aus-ed many new think because the at
tack was launched too late led
to tha, tacking of its stauochost
backer, a young first lord of the
Admiralty named Winston .Spencer
Defending tht pivotal- straits,
front door on to the world's ship shipping
ping shipping lanes for Russia's submarine
fleet, will be Turkish land forces,
backed by Turkish ah and sea
; units, and elements of the sea and
air arms of the U.S. sixtn neet.
. The attack will come in NATO's
second major Mediterranean exer exercise
cise exercise this year. .' ?
ID RIVE -IN
' POPULA NiGHTi?
Audit MTRPRT in', v
- In TECHNICOLORr '
and MONDAY 1
o R1CHAFD RCAN ; ;
Dorothy Males ly
' .In TIXKNICOLOR!.
Sol kw ao ;
i:::rr nmrr ttn
to o "rodoi
iikt from cor- r
Mt "locks oo"
i o twitch and
tc,w.tro to tour oil
nof's star.. Roio Mt
tht plane, put evili
wt if outomattc
,. "" 1 " I I 11
Pilot flwt ku olaiM
Cloud Of Deadly Chlorine Gas
Sweep Oyer Ejlvood City, Pa.
EIXWOQ0 CITY. '-TPa'-iiApnl 12i
Clouda, of deadly chlorine;
gas 'which ate through telephone
lines contaminated food and cor
roded m eta) furnishings, drove
more than 1,000 persons from their
homes m- the ineiustrial suburb of
irnsco yesterday.-. ( ..
, The billowing cloud .orhoxtous
gas covered a square-mile area,
But speedy, action, by local anthorv
Hies, crvn fletensa and Be. Cross
officials averted possible fatalities.
Forty persons. mcludinf seven
tiremen Who went from t door to
door m ,the dawn dimness to rouse
the hihabitants. were treated at
Ellwod aty Hospital for- chlorine
poisoning.-, Ten, mostly aged and
infirm,' warn detained;. f s-f-;
: Scoresof gasping victims f the
fumes nvere treated at office of
the ; city ;$ a$ physicians ta.-they
rrjyea ine scene! ui amou-!
lances yand automobiles. '.-'. -J-4'i'V':Fln;
Tbe'first alarm was sounded at
5:20 a ;ni when a Frisco mannd
his wife, .half-strangling from in inhaling
haling inhaling the-fumes that poured ftpm
a railroad tank !ar, Arrived, atlhe
EMwood City; police station, two
miles ; from,. lhe.chtmical .plant
wnere tnn.tanic.ear was 'parked on
a siding. 1 ..(., K
Ellwood City fireman Robert
DsBbaugh; on of the first on the
scene, said" the gas Fs "green as
'It hugged;. the ground, fullow,
ms mo iow spots. -it aian i move
very fast and stsyerf about, three
feet off' tko ground.""
The toxic gas-was so powerful
that it ate- through telephone lines
in the immediate area and cut off
communications. Trnewriters in
nearby office were k corroded
their ktya were- jammed tight. A
eivu -aefense worker sa:i the'fss
was of sufficient strength- to "lock
skut't a pais ef scissors.; so it,
eoulda't '.W1 bbojmm). I''-
; ACTION IS H0T.
- . -
Hollywood's newoet pnnoramio advontnro dranfh, 'TEN 'TENSION
SION 'TENSION AT .TABLE ROCK,' filmed fn Technknler nd star starring
ring starring Richard Egan, Dorothy Malono and Cameron Mitchell,
It scheduled to open tomorrow, Sunday and Monday at the
"DRIVE-IN" Theatre.-- t .' r ?, J.
Tht, RKO picture.. prodooed ay $am WleseQthal And
based ern es: of rnir Grater's most aseeessfnl novels, Is
announced na in snrprisiagry different wtstonC story, of n
romantic itinerant gin fighter mistakenly See used of mnr mnr-derinr
derinr mnr-derinr his best friend.
4:Z0 pm. Ouljl :
" i.-OO p.m. free
:;?' ,: Lfi
CMiourer f t d eorrhiit to
lone' automatic pilot, puts it on
Mloal londinj count. Computor
utitioatat ooint carrwr will ho n
rtllinf and pitching whoa, plant
oiakti contact, flano landi end
pilot rwuaiw lontiol. -
Oriits that throws off computtr'i
calculation!, system. fivts pilot a
"wart. H" light m cockpit. Ht
thta tokM over endcirclts for an an-tthtr
tthtr an-tthtr tty.v ;
1 I I I M I 1 m 1 1 I
Civil defense workers were m
hilized to aid firemen and police
warn t h town's vrtsidonls, At
homes where no one responded,
doors were smashed. Fire engines
tourec .'. the' ? itreets with 1 sirens
Ambulances," from Ellwood City
and the iiearby ;towns of Beaver
Falls, v'Zehenople J and' Wampum
wenf o the scene tohelp remove
the- gas 'sickendAmonr, those
taken b to th' hoanitar;'. Wum i
i couple "' ard- ( heir Qine-f chddren,
f ,iHw .w e ffwa;. one 19,
sixteen.'s',: i'O i ; '.. : '-
i Civil a if e HI e sound! trucks
toured the area warning residents
not ;to eat food that could liava
been contaminated by tb fumes.
Officials, of tha Bison Chemical
Co., y which f uses :, chlorine in tht
manufacture of i washing bleach,
said ,-the; tank" ear wliich; ,wa
parked on its siding contained 30. 30.-opO
opO 30.-opO gallons of the chlorine in liquid
form. A worker. .Daniel Pflloni.
climbed to ,tht top of the -f ar and
about an hour' after the gas was
discovered ,raanaged to loe a
defective valva which wis' permit permit-ttng
ttng permit-ttng tht fumes f escape, f ,
Only part of tht contents es
raped.. John, Pelloni,-ewner -of tte
EUwood City Chemical Co., which
occupies, the same building -with
Bison, said that if all of.th of.th-chlorine
chlorine of.th-chlorine had 'escaped. "you eoa;
have smeiierl it in Pittsburgh,- 4
Glacials said the gas danger had
been psssed by about 8 am." But
classes at the North Star School
wore recessed for the day and
several nearby industrial .plants
remsiaed closed. r
. Official at Ellwood City Hos Hospital
pital Hospital said more thaa 1.300 sallona
of oxygen; were used in, treating
tha chlorine victims, Tour oxygon
terns wore prosseo ito use ana
tbro; Wort 'stiH .eccupitd atraioV
i. j ,--.'.'.,'..:
AND HEAVY IN tzh
Jixnicr txnThe fbkbc
cav BITRD t:lf I it
I i i
RIDE CLEAR Or DIABLO
TnS PANAMA AMERICA
am vmtrrmrsT daity newspaper
EUGENE BERGERON second from left) Is shown with the rescue team that returned him
" to' Albrook Air Force Base, yesterday afternoon after bein unreported In the Cerroi Azul area
iF'Dl' Panama i A Ctvll Aeronautics 'Administrati on employe, ; Bergeron was trying to retrace
"jhe San Bias tralLii Dense Jungle had forced him to : turn back-to Eneida- where, he-had
spent last Thursday night. Left to right are: capt. R. E. LaBode, Armv pilot. who rflew
' cover for-the-two rescue helicopters; Bergeron; Lt. John Ottley,- helicopter pilot, who flew
;a f Bergeron out: of the jungle: Frank .Robinson, Panama Canal employe, who- led yesterday's
.('"' aroifnd pahvi and L6. James Clunch Army .helicopter pilot; At -Albrook, -Bergeronrt advised
v luture hikers "Never go alone in the Jungle, There are too many rpossibilites of misfortune."
. T .,.. ,. (Official USAF Photo)
ft (:: ::;:
Gable's ; Memories V Span
Two-Generation Career :
By ERSKINI JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Clark
Gable's autobiography, by his own
band. ghosted or "as told to," is
worth more than a uranium strike
in Utah or 13 straight passes with
the dice in Las -Vegas, But "The
Kins"; of Hollywood officially isn't
writing or talking about his taDui taDui-ous
ous taDui-ous on-and-of-stage career. fAnd
I suspect I never will," he says, v
But I've ust crashed the Gable
career-memory barrier. ;.
I've also added up whit the big
guy has been offered by oook and
magazine publishers and today
figure I'm giving you about $2,500
worth of his memoirs. Could be
worth more if be keeps mum on
the women hvhis life the "dream"
story of all- publishers. And I've
always figured Gable as a gentle gentleman
man gentleman who refuses to kiss and tell.
,11 WMiOW-i'M''ieta coach 1 nothing unusual at
... ......... v.uw.. , v.D.Uuuwl. nwrit-n. iuoenis give transportation problems tha
; jhrarse-laujh ty using tins gloomy-looking' vehicle. The owner. Nancy Nesmith. left
"r11 Juwor IM,n eureka, has no trouW finding -parkinglapace. I &,t, kt suii. aU i.r '- oJ.t
nc jjoes. for Eas,Thehearse averages onbr 10 mUes per aaUOa. 4.fc,r j
. 1 i
I hit him on the Warner set of
"Band of Angels" like Ralph Ed
wards does with surprise; 'Ca
reer memories?" he grinned. My
favorites? Sure," -:.;.i,-'V j ,v
QUICK FLASHBACKS on ; fast
cues can be the best of all. We
rambled- around out of context but
I don't think you'll mind, Does be
cherish any particular memory a-
bout beinl the film idol of two gen
erations 25 years of worldwide
Gable's face almost registered
pain. "Nope," ha said. h Oon't,
But '11 tell you about a girl in Lon London
don London in 1953." The story proved he's
sentimental about little things,.
But '11 tell yu about a girl in Lon London
don London In 1853." The story proved he's
sentimental about little things.
A note was waiting for him when
he returned to his London hotel
one day. From a girl named Cam-
mit King, it started, "Dear ath
er Rhett" and went on to say she
wag sorry she missed him. She was
on her way. to finishing school in
Switzerland. "Mayoe you remem
ber me,' it, ended. "I played your
daughter in 'Gone With the
Wind. Tbe note was signed
"Bonnie Blue," her character
name in the picture. v
' "I think she was four when w
made the film in 1939," Gable said.
"That meant she was "18 in 1953.
To this day I've never seen her
since we made the picture.-
The thrill ef accepting as Oscar
In 1934? "Nope." said i Gable.
"the thrill of playing scene a
few months later a scene I was
scared stiff about. I'll always re
member it because it's the enly
tint I've been a frightened actor,
It was down in the hold ef ship
for 'Mutiny on the Bounty. I a ad
to start the mutiny with a bit dra
matia scent ranting ana raving.
."I told myself I couldn't play it
and I even tried to get Utem to
change the script But Irving Thai Thai-bare
bare Thai-bare (the producer) had more
faith in me than I did. He kept
telling me I could do it. J was the
most surprised and pleased actor
in Hollywood when I did it in one
Uk."5;-y '.; 1
A $10,000 week salary 52
weeks- a year la thev mid-30 de depression
pression depression days is something to re
member. "You're darn right I re remember,"
member," remember," ha said. "But that was
the salary MGM announced. ncv
er made 110,000 a week in my i fei
It was okay, though $7.5
HIS WILDEST, impulsive mo moment?
ment? moment? "Guess when I paid, 9,0(M
for 'a two-seat yellow Dusenberg
roadster: Gary Cooper had one ana
it was like the kid next door hav
in a bike.' I had to have one, too.
it was in the 30s and S9.000 was a
fortune then. And man, that $9,000
bothered me for a long time,"
The Hollywood of disappoint
ments even for Gable?
"I don't think I ever had any big
ones in Hollywood, he said,; "But
when I was in England during the
war I was disappointed in a big
way when atudios made two films
I wanted to do 'The Foxes of
Harrow" and The Fountain-hea
. He remembered his firsCcreen
test as a South Sea Islander
wearing a G string with' a flower
behind my ear .but most of all
he remembered MGM'g "kick in
the pants.' -4 y.; r :.
i cave 'em a bad time on a
picture and to discipline me they
kicked me overdo a then little
studio called Columbia for a film
titled 'It Happened -One Night.'
xou know what happened. ?
Everyone knows. The film won
Gable an OScar. r t? :r
With Slain liosless
ST. PETERSBURG. Fla. (UP)
The handsome French officer
who killed, bis American host and
hostess had been involved in a
frustrated love affair .with the
woman, nearly 20 years his sen senior,
ior, senior, according to testimony at his
murder bearing weanesaay.
Maurice Chavlenv. 44. was held
for action of a grand jury sched
uled to meet May 6, following the
hearing on charges he slew re retired
tired retired Brig, Gen. Wjlbur R, Mc Mc-Reynolds
Reynolds Mc-Reynolds and his wife, Faye, 61.
He had been their house guest lor
four months..,' .i ,.
A neighbor testified that shortly
before- the shooting he heard Cha Chavigny
vigny Chavigny tell' Mrs McReynolda: ;
' : "Vou have been playing with
me, my darling. It's finished
finished." '. "i
, Detectives i said Chavigny first
told them he shot the couple be
cause they tried to prevent him
mm killing nimseif. They ttkt ne
later confessed be had bad a frus
trated love affair with his hostess.
Chavigny, dressed for the shoot.
ing in full dress Uniform with
rows of bright decorations,' led po
lice on a 20-block shooting chase
before hit capture ; shortly after
the slayings on the- night of
He appeared la court in a neat
blue suit 'with the ribbon of the
French Crox de Guerre in his but
tonhole. He sobbed through much
of the haif-ftour Bearing,
U.S Press Demands Repeal Of State's
Ban On. Newsmen s TraVel To Red China
' V.'ASlilNGTON,' April 12 (UP)'
Ke ..i.iiai.v.i v.'uie Ainencan
press' appealed to the Senate For Foreign
eign Foreign Relations Committee today
to seek removal of the Stale Department's-ban
on travel of U.S.
newsmen to Red China.
Frank H. Bartholomew, presi
dent of the United Press, said in
a statement read to the commit
tee that the people "have a right
to the news, good and bad. lie
also: said rf'the. best interests of
th eneople are invariably served
by y complete access to rail the
news." t.'-sA r- k
J. Russell ;i Wiggms.s executive
editor of the Washington Post and
Times Herald testifying 4s secre
tary of the American Society of
newspaper r Editors, ; said the
people should have "swift, acca
rate and complete Information
about . . Red China.!';
Joseph : F. Collis, president of
the American JMewspaoer Guild
(AFL-CIO), Saidvthe U.S. form of
government cannot function prop properly
erly properly "without a press free from
government 'interference. He
said there must be a "free ex
change of information and ideas
and, criticism." .. -:
Voted Te Hear Witnessed
"The hearings sprang from the
Mate Department's refusal to al
low U.S. reporters to visit and
report 1 developments w Red
China. The ; committee voted last
week to hear any witnesses from
news media who wished to testify.
Robert D. Murphy,, deputy un undersecretary
dersecretary undersecretary v of state, told the
committee last week the State
Department had no4 intention of
lifting the ban as long as Ameri Americans
cans Americans were' held prisoner in Red
To do so, be said, might destroy
me prisoners- "iast chance for
freedom ana would most certain certainly
ly certainly bs giving in to a form of
Wiggins countered that tha ban
"throws into the hazards of diplo
matic Bargaining tne American
people's right to know, a right
which should not be at the dispos disposal
al disposal of the State Department in
, "Unlikely T Succeed"
Furthermore, he said, it Is a
"punishment" of Red China that
"seems singularly futile" and
"most in-likely to succeed."
Bartholomew's statement, was
presented to the committer bv
Julius Frandsen, news editor andl
acting chef of the U.P. Washina-
In reply to committee questions,
Wiggins and Frandsen pointed to
the precedents which existed for
American reporters traveling to
countries with which the United
States did not have diplupiaiicie diplupiaiicie-lationf.
lationf. diplupiaiicie-lationf. t : ;
They v cited Soviet v-Russia
as such an examole. Frandsen
said U.P. reporters made repeat repeated
ed repeated trips to the Soviet Union prior
to American recognition of the
Moscow regime in 1933.
Bartholomew's statement said
that "efforts to cut off access" fo' Three U.S. reporters recently
news at its source, or efforts
which migh; be misunderstood as
stemming from that motivation,
simply tend to replace facts in
the minds of the public with un uneasy
easy uneasy apprehensions and rtimors
detrimental to the formation of
sound public opinion." j
t "Free? access to the news at it3
source outweighs all other consid considerations
erations considerations in the long run," he raid.
Bartholomew said the United
"as best we can in discharge of
our responibility." But the prin principal
cipal principal means now in by reporting
What the Communist Chinese ra ra-dio
dio ra-dio says.- .:. ',
' "In the control of our own cor correspondents
respondents correspondents elsewhere in the
world, including Moscow, we can
check back," Bartholomew said."
we nave no such means of
checking reports from Red
Bartholomew joined Wiggins
and Fandsen in rejecting sug suggestions
gestions suggestions that the issue be com compromised
promised compromised on a basis which would
permit only a limited corps of re reporters
porters reporters to visit Red Chinj Th
said the privilege should be grant grant-eo
eo grant-eo any accredited correspondent.
Wiggins said the State Depart Department
ment Department ban meant that Americans
were dependent for their informa information
tion information about Red China "upon tbe
correspondents of other nationali nationalities,
ties, nationalities, the information, furnished by
the Red Chinese "overnment it itself,
self, itself, and rumor and confotum
Frandsen pointed out that Brit-1
1 oh J 1
on buu riencn news agencies,
which compete against American
agencies th'ouohout most of tbe
free world, bad reporters regular,
ly stationed in Red China.
- Noting that the State DeDart.
mi cut says u couio not offer "pro
tection to U.S. newsmen in Red
China. Frandsen said the TTnitori
Press has reporters willing to take
U1B riSK. i
defied the"; ban and visited Red
China One Wulia m Worthy of
the Baltimore Afro-American, was
denied a renewal of his passport
by the State Department. He is
appealing the decision. -K
At Santa Clara
Tomorrow th i Fort A nti d o r
Service Club is sponsoring a pic picnic
nic picnic to Santa Clara; .. This jWill be
the last picnic to Santa Clara spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the service, club this dry
season. All enlisted men are urg urged
ed urged to join in a day of swimming,
eating, and relaxation. All bin
will leave the service clubiat :39
a.m. Telephone 82-5237 or 82-4163
for reservations. Bus capacity 'it
40 so make reservations tad ay.'
Tonight at ;30 a fish fW will
be held on the service chit), patie.
All service men are invited to at
. Canal Zone
Lollis, assistant managing edi
tor Of the Wilkes. Barre Pa
Record, presented to the commit
tee; a resolution adopted by the
Newspaper Guild's International
It called. on the Stat Depart
ment "immediately to revolt its
ban on travel in Red Chinj by f f K D AA I R A B L F
news correspondents and to dron M v lil I i M y a, l
sny puniUve action against the
three newsmen who have not com
plied with this ban."
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House Hires Extra
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WASHINGTON. AprU 12 OJPW
Tbe House voted today to hire
an extra mail clerk to handle its
House 'Republican Leader Jo Joseph
seph Joseph W. Martin Jr. (Mass) sug.
gested the action "might justify
the postmaster general also ex expanding
panding expanding services to the people at
Rep. Wayne Hays (D-Ohio) said
the extra clerk was needed to
help with "all -the mail coming
in asking to cut the budget." :
Postmaster Genersl Arthur E.
Summerfield has been feuding
with -Democratic House members;
ever how. much extra money he
should get to run tbe department.
He said he needs 47 million dol
lars immediately or he will baveJJa
vo. cw posiai services. a t
The extra House post IrnaQ
clerk will be paid $2,100 a year,
; ; destil Adora: r no:" : s: a.
' , Panama,' R of P, f .'
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING t
By order of th Board of Directors;, the stockholder!
of DESTILADORA .NACIONALp, are herby
notified that th annuar ftoelldorniootintf Vil
held at tho main offices of tho Company, located- in
K; Avonida Bolivar, Panami City, R." P., on thf 26th ay
i' of ;April, 1957, at 4:00 p.m., for the following: pur pur-potest
potest pur-potest .";'''" .',v -V'-" J,:-:.
v Td read th minutes of th previous mestrhf;;
To elect or reelect Directors;
r?'-: ' ,'"'' ;!'
To examine and approve the balance,; profit
and loss statement and the report submitted
to them by the Board of Directors;' '., :v ;
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To consider and act upon til the matters that
the Board of DJrectors or each Director )
inaiviauany or any stocKnomer
'submits to them.
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THE SECRETARY, ,!
PanamV April 12, 1957.'
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THURSDAY 18 lr FCIDAY 19 TO r'Or.'DAY 22 I TUESDAY 1G fniDAY 19
1JJE -U.IVTRAL CJRCUITjs pleaded to announce that during lie Holy-Week they will relrat five diffrrrnt pictures
so l?.at j!ie audience that remains in the eily will fiiul enough entertainment and amusement during this Eater.
Waits In Voin For
Death To Step In
: MEMPHIS jHJP) A 79-year-old
retired Negro preacher canceled
his funeral arrangements Thurs
day. He had waited in vain to die
of natural causes. v
The Hev..Miles Samuel Carter
said 10 days age the "Lord" told
him he was going te die at noon
Wednesday. But Carter was in
good health, chatting with friends
and relative when the dock
Cutet said he prayed, ''Lord,
Tm your servant Don't slip up
on me. Let me know."
He said the "Lord then spoke
back and told sae I d die at noon
Carter told his friends goodhy
and summoned relatives ho
came from Flint and Lansing,
Mich., and Chicago. ...
t Family and friend sat around
talking with Carter while ne wait waited
ed waited for death that did not cote.
Assistant Navy n
Okayed By Senate
WASHINGTON. April (XTP
The Senate Armed Services Com Committee
mittee Committee unanimously approved to today
day today the promotion of William B.
Franke from assistant secretary
te undersecretary of the Navy, j
Franke would succeed Thomas;
S. Gates Jr, who recently
i H erred tp to tie secretarysh p.'
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THE fAKAMA AMERICAN AH INDITENDENT DAILY NKWSPAPCB
FRIDAY, APRIL IX, 1857
' untidy' s Stadium Title
"clvin Bourne Defends
' ' ?( ;.!.f ", '
rovvn Against Ibarra
By J. J. -HARRISON JR.
,'JThc spacious Olympic Stadium, for years aban abandoned
doned abandoned as the center of Panama City's pro boxing
Louts, will have a flashback to the "good old days"
"unday when the program featured by a,15-round
I Hie match between 118-pound champion Melvin
Bourne and top contender Toto Ibarra gets under
wai at 8 p.m.
Nominee Red Top Davis of the
U.SV defeated former featherweight
Line Federi-o Plummer. some
1 ears'go, has a professional card
.,ecft Staged at tne Kepumic s iu.
1 sports arena.
(Wing the boom period local
ttarsef tha past such as Young
Flnnagan, Kid Zsfine, Kid Cho Cho-colata,
colata, Cho-colata, Simon Vergara and form former
er former tepnotch foreign gladiators
liko Chalky Wright, J. J. Far Far-,
, Far-, nandez. Cocoa Kid and Kid Buru Buru-r.
r. Buru-r. packed 'am in regularly at
tha IQ.OOO-capacity stadium which
wastompleted in 1938.
In recent years most of Panama
City's fight cards (have been held
Drey Moore Whips
C-3 Cadilli, Admits
..MJAMI. Fla. CUP) Stubby
IJfcvey Moore looked -.with a bat battered
tered battered eye at the featherweight ti ti-tle
tle ti-tle Thursday, but admitted he had
a ''mighty long haul to get there"
in spite of tux impressive upset
victory over Gil Cadilli at Mi Miami's
ami's Miami's Biscayne Arena."
':" : i t -ixx': ; -:T- -.
J'Til ust keep on fighting until
some- day, buyo, I'll be un there
fighting for the championship.
THJJ, what I want," said Moore.
'"'This Springfield, Ohio, Negro
Ihreur everything but the ring
posts' at his Los Angeles opponent
in (Be 10 round : television bout
Wednesday night. He bad control
Irom. the start and never let up
A nationwide television audience
was disappointed a last min
ute change which; cancelled plant)
f J J m. 1 l J J
sconpg oi uie ooui over tne ceie ceie-viiioi
viiioi ceie-viiioi n e t w o r k. TV authorities
pid, pey -would rather -try out the
system on a local basis instead of
oyea national hookup, r
i- ' -" ,;
Cadilli, seventh-ranked feather,
weight, was the favorite going in into
to into thie fight, but his touted speei
and footwork could not match the
blockbuster punches hurled It him
by the Ohio -fighter. Cadilli proved
he Auld stand up and. take it. In
spiteiof the beating, he never went
down" and was fighting for all he
wasjjvoith at the final beU.
at the old National Gym which ac accomodates
comodates accomodates a scant 2,500 persons.
The reason has been because pro promoters
moters promoters knew that these programs
would not draw 3,000 fans, hence
no need to use the stadium, huge
at Panama's standards. : v
Sidney Anas of Caras Nuevas S.
A., promoters of Sunday's card,
expects a crowd of at least 5,000
fans who, he, declares, will be kept
"cool and comfortable under the
stars as 'they take in the bout of
Nearly .three years ago world j
135-pound champion Joltin' Joe!
Brown was all set for a stadium
bout with an imposter who posed
as Nat (Killer) Jackson, a Mew
Ram caused a postponement of
the program which was transfer
red to the gym the loiiowing nignt,
when the Jolter knocked out the
j ringer in four rounds.
Bourne and Ibarra will finish
hard training this afternoon at
tha gym,' where the champion
ha done all his sparring.
The challrnaer, "who arrived
here from the U.S. Tuesday, be began
gan began his drills at New York's Still Still-man's
man's Still-man's Gym. The Chinqui Indian
boxed at the gym the afternoon of
his arrival. He took his workouts at
the Colon Arena Wednesday and
yesterday he drilled at Albrook
The fighters have agreed to make
the 115-pound limit at 11 a.m. &un
General : .mission is one dollar,
general ringside two dollars and
preferred ringside three dollars.
Rick Casares Signs
1957 Grid Contract,
With Cfijcago Pears
CHICAGO (UP)-Rick Casares,
the National Football League's
leading ground gainer last fall,
has signed a 1957 contract wun
the Chicago Bears, President
George Halas announced Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Casares, a former Florida star,
gained 1,128 yards last fall, sec second
ond second highest total in league history
and only 20 yards short of the
record set in 1949 by Philadel Philadelphia's
phia's Philadelphia's Steve Van Buren. He was
second in league scoring with 84
points. i. ; l
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All skin divers interested in
competing in the first annual Un
derwater SDearfishing Tournament
to be held at Taboea island Apru
, T. ... j
zu ana zi are mvnea io auenu
the Pre-tournament Splash Party
tomorrow night at 1 Panama Ho
tel swimming pool.
The oartv will afford interested
spearfishermen the opportunity to
submit tournament entry forms,
which must be completed and re returned
turned returned to the sponsoring club by
Sunday April 14. -t
The party, sponsored by the El
Panama Skin Diving Club will be begin
gin begin at 7:30 p.m. at the pool side.
Games, music, dancing, c o 1 o f
slides and mqvies will be pre presented.
sented. presented. The bar and grill will be
open for your convenience.
Bring your friends to one oi tne
most disorganized gatherings you
ever attended and be prepared to
have the time of your life. There
is no charge for entry to the par party.
ty. party. .;. '-1
The Isthmian Trapshooting Asso
ciation is holding a 100-bird handi
cap trapshoot Sunday, April 14,
commencing at 10 a.m. sharp, at
the Balboa Gun Uub trap grounds.
Trophies will be awarded by the
ITA to holders of the three top
scores. An optional Lewis Class
money purse will be open, to, all
Membership in the ITA is open
to all persons on' the Isthmus in interested
terested interested in trapshooting. New ap
plications and renewals wiu oe ac accepted
cepted accepted at this shoot. Guns will be
available lor mose not naving
Additional information for those
interested in trapshooting may be
obtained fcy calling Bill Cunning Cunningham,
ham, Cunningham, Curundu 3216 or Maurice
Holmes, Panama 3-6871.
Immediately following Sundays
shoot there will be an association
meeting to discuss plans for the
forthcoming 'State Shoot' and nan
dicap yardage of member shoot
ers. '. f. ;
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
J STRIKING PERFORMANCE- As the Dodgers headed for home, Johnny Podro started
i' to turn it on, as he showed here in exhibition game with Cincinnati. ThJ MtISJ1
from Mrvtcet .is a big man on Brooklyn' staff.
G amboa Sdftbal IJowndmenf
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Attracts Eight Top CZ Teams
Kansas City Nips Brooklyn;
To Show Old Yankees Never
Forget How To Beat Dodg4r3
John Clark Cops Decathlbn
With Record Breaking total
Big John Clark the versatile
tracK and field man from Albrook
Air Force Base won the annual
decathlon at Balboa Stadjura with
a record smasning total or -4642.
Clark, who was the defending
cnampion Iron 1956, bettered by
622 points the previous high total
of 4020 which he totalled laat year.
iTb Havana Club
CINCINNATI, April T1 (UP) (UP)-Pat
Pat (UP)-Pat Scantlabury, 31-yaar-oW left-,
handed pitchar, was optioned by
the Cincinnati Redlegs today te
their Havana farm club in the'
A native of Panama City, Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, Scantlebary had an -1
record with the Redlegs, a 5-5
mark with Havana and a 4-2
slate with Seattle last season.
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It was a five-way battle right to
the finish with the final event the
660 yards run being the deciding
event; With nine events completed
position to grab-first place Hon
ors. At this point Bill Jankovich
was leading by 7ft points and it
was essential that uiarx, wicksh wicksh-er,
er, wicksh-er, Toothman and Mescall go all
out itf the lap and one half event
if they were to earn suinclent
points for first place.
!'',';''':.." :;r; y'A''"
- .Jankovich who set six new. rec
ords in the decathlon- was -unable
to atave off the Albrook Flyer in
the 660 as Clark: Jbroko tne tape
in 1:31 while Nickisher and Janko
vich had to be satisfied; with, a
1:37.5 and 1:38.8. r 5 U-1
Bob Toothman. Balboa' High
School senior, finished fourth spot
with 4107 points to set. a new high
for school boys and also better
the previous record total.'
Jankovich vaulted 11 feet .to win
the event in record fashion while
LeRoy Rogers set a new tmark: 'of
1:30- In :tha 60, ?,
When the final totals were re
corded it was -found that the first
five place winners had all broken
the previous high- total, v
While there were very few spec spectators
tators spectators on hand it was an eventful
program for the athletes who thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly enjoyed themselves., Enthu Enthusiastic
siastic Enthusiastic in applauding the efforts of
their opponents, it was evident
that in addition to the earnest, ef effort
fort effort on their parts that- all of
them were partcipating because
they liked to compete. ;
7. Raul Barbara, BHS, 3249.
8. Charles Detore, CHS, 3041.
9. John Chaplin, Army Pac. 2974
(9 events ..-, v,
10. Carl. Toothman, BHS, 2076.
11. Ken Fulleton, AC, 2673 (9 e e-vents).
vents). e-vents). ..'.
12. Joe Galloway, HS, 2432.
13. Bob Hatting, BHS, 2366.
14. Dorman Fulton, JC, 2245 (8
15. Gerardo Cosca, BHS, 2108.
16. Solly Toussieh, BHS, 1612.
17. John Richardson BHS
18. Fred Ravbourne. JC. 1531
.19. Andre Libert. BHS.' 1000 (5
20. Tava Dunlap, BHS, 930 ?'i'v-
21. Carlos Rivera, BHS. 772 (5
22. Clifton Onderhall. Army Pac.
570 (5 events). ,"
in the five unai events held last
night,' 4 new records were set.
This makes a total of 9 new
records for the 10. events, the dis
cus being the only one in which- a
new record wasnt set.-' s j
New, records made last- night
PoietVault, 11 ft.,' Bill Janko Jankovich
vich Jankovich (Army Pac).
Broad Jump, .21 ft. z in., -Bill
Jankovich (Army-Pac).: .' i
120 LH. 13.6. BUI Jaankovich
660,' 1:30.9, Leroy Rogers (AC)
Most Points i cored in one e-
vent: Dan Mescall (Alb.); John
Clark (Alb.), 9.1 HH, 660 .points
Bill Jankoblch (Army Pac).
j Highest total points ever scor-
red: John Uars: (Aio.) 464Z.
1. John Oark," Albrook; 4642.
2. Bill. Jankovich, Army Pac,
3. Ray Nickisber,' A.C., ; 4451."
4. Bob Toothman, BHS, 4107.
5. Dan Mescall, Albrook; 4100.
6. Leroy Rogers, AC, 4543.
DECATHLON RECORDS I IT
IN FIRST FIVE EVENTS
70 HH:-9.1 by Dan Mescall and
John Clark of Albrook and Bill
Jankovich of Army Pac.
100 yds.: 10.3 by Bill Jankovich
of 'Army Pac.-"
220 yds.: 23.4 by Bill Jankovich of
Shot Put: 48 ft. I In. by R a y
Nickisher of A.C."
High Jump: S ft. f In. by John
Chaplin of Army.Fae. ..
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' . t -.- v .-GREENWOOD-'
(UP) A feud to rival that be
tween the Hatfield and the mc
Coys was flaming Thursday be between
tween between Floyd Patterson and mid middleweight
dleweight middleweight challenger Ray Robin Robinson
son Robinson b a c a u s e; the heavyweight
champion declared, "That man
talks mean about me. .'.
Patterson and' Robinson both
have been training at Long Pond
Inn and for almost, a month tem
pera have been mounting daily.
The icy hostility,- in which they
walk silent circles around eacn
other, was disclosed when Patter
son reused to pose with Robin
son tor pnotograpners. , ;
Rea- "Battie" Averted :
"Why should I stand with him
and smile when neither of us
mean xtr" Patterson demanded
brusqueh.'! Jost doat want anyr
thing to do with him.. ;
The possibility of a real "Battle
of the Century" with not a paid
customer in the house was avoid-j
ed when Patterson left by- tram
for Kansas City. There he will
opea ae exhibition tour Saturday
which alio will take him 4 Den Denver
ver Denver and Joliet, HL
. ... v- ...
Tn an outspoken man." Pat Patterson
terson Patterson declared as be refused 1o
be photographed with Robinson as
fight with Gene Fullmer at 1 Chi
cagol-MHe talked mean about me.
I won't nave anything to do witn
him. I stay away from him' and
he better do the same."
r- . Den't Want Advke
'The feud started when Robin-:
son and other members of his
large entourage watched Patter
aon box ene afternoon. Patter
son's manager, Cus D'Amato,
wasnt on hand and the Robinson
group made boxing suggestions
which they claim waa only meant
to be constructive criticism. -"
D'Amato blew up when he
heard of the Incident and angrily
told the Robinson group: t
Doot mterfere with ny fight-
Then.' according to PaUerson.
Robinsoa began to "talk mean"
about the beavyweight champion.
The gist of ft, Patterson in
ferred, waa Sugar Kay'sMnffed
remark that former light heavy-
weirht champion Joey Maxim
could have beaten Patterson (he
same Maxim who Sugar Ray was
beating handily for the utle in
1952 when te was kayoed by a
terrific June beat ware
The word alae'got back to Pit
The 1957 Gamboa Softball Tour
nament will take place in Gamboa
tomorrow with eight of the best
teams in the Canal Zone invited.
Teams are composed of men from
the Army, Navy Marines. A i r
Force, as well as civilian teams
The Blatz Beer team under Sgt.
Red Keith consists of men from
Forti Clayton and Albrook. H. &
Hq. Co., ,20th Infantry from Fort
Kobbe is managed by Sgt. Cahm-
Ders. Albrook Air Force Base is
managed by Bob Morrow. The
15th Ni D.. Marines are managed
by Andy Anderson. Tasco Batter
les, managed vby Bob Newman is
a Navy team. The three civilian
teams are:: Lou Glud Agency.
managed by Bill De La Juater:
Cerveceria Nacional. managed by
Sam t'atiett, and Powells Garage,
managed by Buck Sweanngen.
Pitching will be featured in the
Tournament this year with" such
fine- pitchers as Lou Hilzinger of
Lou Glud Agencies, who won three
straight games in the 195S Tourna
ment:- big McNair Lane of the
Cerveceria Nine: Red Keith of
Blatz Beer; Descant of Fort Kob Kobbe;
be; Kobbe; Newman of Tasco Batteries;
Simmons of Powells Garage, Mo Mo-ran"
ran" Mo-ran" of the Marines, and Hampton
of Aiproox. : :
AH' eieht teams participated in
a blind draw for opponents, dia diamond,
mond, diamond, and game time. The first
round of the tournament will be
olaved on two fields (Field No. 1
B FRED DOWN
NEW YORK. Anril 19 TTm
fill u.T' f ,
- wuni. yuu tUKeine A.an A.an-sas
sas A.an-sas City (-Athletics' or the New
York Yankee's lAmerlran r
farm cluo bnt Lou Boudreau's
team- gave tne lans something to
talk about in their, 1957 home de-
The first major leaeue team tn
reach home.- the ex-Yank-en snrinlr.
led Athletics rallied with four runs
in the ninth inning yesterday to
shade the Brooklyn Dodgers, "5-4.
Billy Hunter and Irv Noren con contributed
tributed contributed singles to the rally by
way oi empnasizmg tnat old Yank Yankees
ees Yankees never forget how tOibeat the
A crowd of 8,531 sat in 35-degree
weather as the Dodgers piled up
a 4-1 lead only to have the Athle Athletics
tics Athletics pull it out of the fire with aid
of an error and five singles in the
ninth. Noren, who went to the Ath Athletics
letics Athletics in the big 13-player winter
deal with the Yankees, climaxed
the rally by driving -home Billy
biiamz wi'h the winning run. Ryne
Duren pitched hittless ball in the
last two innings to pick up the
First-baseman Vie Power of
the Athletics was hit en the
head by a throw by Don Zimmef
In the ninth but was not believ believed
ed believed seriously injured. He's- being:
kept in Research Hospital for a
few days, however.
The Pittsburgh Pirates rolled to
their. 19th victory in 2? games
when they walloped the Detroit
Tigers. 10-2. behind the six hit
pitching of Dick Hall, Elroy Face
and ol. furkey. Dale lorq b.
ed a two-run homer and rookie
Paul Smith a three-run round-trio-
per for the Pirates. The loss was
the 17th in 25 games for tha Tig
The Chicago Cubs i woif their
spring -series with the Baltimore
oirfwtj, .10 games to eight,, with a
7-6 triumph over them. Tom Fa-ho'",i-"
M Jim Pyburn to hit into
a ninth-inning ending double play
bave the victory. Dee Fondy led
the Cubs' 12-hit attack with a pair
of two-run homera.s t ;
Rookie Jack Sanford yielded on only
ly only two hits in seven innings as the
Philadelphia Phillies whipped, the
Boston Red. Sox. 7-1. for their 3rd.
"rfn four games with the Amer-
the final four, games played -on
the main diamond (Field No. 1).
Following' is the scheduled for the
8:30 a.m. Field No. 1 Hq It Hq.
Co.. -20th Infantry vs. Lou- Glud
8:30 a.m. Field No. 2, Powells
Garage vs. Tasco Batteries
10:00 a.m. Field No. 1, Albrook
vs.-15th N.D. Marines.
10:00 a.m. Field No. 2. Blatz
Beer vs. Cerveceria "Pan Ljqui-
dO." .;. f,Vf-f.i,!
' This tournament which Is held
annually will be completed in one
day with one loss elimination for
the championship. The winning
team must win threse straight
ballgames, with-a consolation se
ries for second and third places
with these teams also playing
three games during the day. The
Tournament which has ; always
been an attraction for participants
and pectators both affords a fine
day for the family.
Refreshments of all" types will
do avails Die en tne premises.
Gold Dust 2
CALUTO IN FINAL PHASE
OF PRACTICE SESSION
By HERBERT MOISR
Raymond Kam and hia Gallito
baskeball team are finally hitting
Urn homestretch in their pre sea season
son season drills.
Kam was to have a elected his
roster Just after we went to the
press today, but it will be car
ried exclusively la this column to
Last Tuesdsy, we attended one of
O.BUI inicuci MHiou ana were
surprised to. see the shape the
team has been rounded into, in
so short a time. But it did not
take ua long to find the reason.
Kam put his team through six in intricate
tricate intricate drills that covered every
pnase oi Dots defensive and offen
sive basketball. Even Kam him
self was in uniform showing the
boys Just bow it should be done.
During the session, we were im
pressed oy two of the group's roo
ties. Tney are George Hall from
Coloa and James Milton from Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Both these bora handle
themselves with the steadiness of
lorif-timers but evidently lack of
experience ia certain aspects of
the game, under Kam. the boys
are aura to blossom into good
players. Keep the names ia mind
George Hall and James Miltoe
yea may be mentioniiig them in
the coming season.
Other players who Impressed gs
with their condition rr were Art-
re Arard, Cedne Baiiey, Joseph
Ivanhoe McPberaon and the rest;
of lact year! squad. Misnaf vii
terson that' Robinson purportedly i Da no De Leon who is suilmr.r
predicted that Tommy iHiiTi-'frora aa arhirg ankle. He twirted!
the main diamond and Field lean, League rivals. Ted Williams
No. 2 the auxiliary .diamond), witn.. i Ked box run when
ne clouted his fourth homer of the
spring off Sanford in the sevenths
Rip Repulski hit a two-run homer
for the PhilUes. . J
Mickey Mantle hit his third hom homer
er homer in as many games but the world
champion New York Yankees suf.
fered a 6-5 loss to Ed Lopat's Rich
mond Spiders of the Intemitinn.l :
League. Hank Bauer" also homer
eu ior ine xanxees wno carried
5-4 lead into the ninth only to have
ivm oiuraivant, going nine for the
first tim, 1M.1r.ll l.Af11n ..J -.t-1-J
the decisive- runa. Kl Wallinsinn
singled home hte winning run for
uie minor Leaguers.
Llndy McDanlel pitchedf seven
Inning and Willard Schmidt .2,
allowing a total of five hits, a
the St. Louis Cardinals blanked
the Chicago White Sox, 5-0. r
Homers by Stan Muslal and Ho.:
bio Landrith led the Card at,
tack on Billy Pierce. -George
Crowe's three-run' horn'
er in- the eighth inning broke a tin -and
gave Cincinnati a 7-4 victory ',
over the Senators a Washington
despite homers by Ed FitzireraM :
and Roy Sievers of the Senators.
Cleveland-shoved over two run t
in the ninth to beat the New York
Giants, 6-4, at Miami. Giant lefty
Johnny Antonelli, New1 York'i op"'
ening game nominee; was. blasted
for 10 hits in eight innings but :
tany wynn ot tne Indians, start-
ing for the first time since March f
17 because of an ailing hip, al.
lowed only a homer by Willie .'';:
Mays in five innings and walked
none. It was Mays' 11th homer of
the spring. i i
... R. Dehltnger-and C. Pa Re.'
driqu. co-captains ef the Pa.
naiM. 10KT I S-1. .1- m. .a.
ia i m imir urn mm ih
day announced the starting line,
up- for Sunday'a play, against
Braxos Brook C.C. : : ..
The Panama Club ha been
for Brazos Brook en Friday and
Sr-rdav.. i, t ,.-,,.
. The team will consist ef the
following players: Jaime de le
Cuardia, Ray Valdas, Harb Mil-
ten. Bill Schmltt, Chas. MacMur.
ray. Bill Hinkle, Dave Westman,
Jim Plaia, Maurice Mullar, Earl
Gerrans, Al Saarinan, R. Dah.
tins, Cordon Dalten, Bill Lebrun,
Harvey BeaL Jim. iDaLnd, ,
Bob Medinger, Pica Dial, 'Al 'Al-tornates"
tornates" 'Al-tornates" George Boyd and
George Novey. y,
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tRID AT, APRIL 12, 1557
TE PANAMA AMERICAN AN IX DIPENDEST DAILY NEWSPAPER
.1 0 -Will
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Up As Top
Contender In $650 Race
Charlie McCarthy, a beaten favorite last Satur Satur-dar.
dar. Satur-dar. will attempt to make up for his heart-breaking
loss tomorrow in the featured $650 seven-furlong
sprint for third and fourth series imported thor
oughbreds at the President Kemon racetrack. 1
- V Ruben Varon's British-bred brown horse is ex expected
pected expected to go jpostwards the mutuels favorite' again.
Last week he dropped an eyelash decision to Opu Opu-Jento
Jento Opu-Jento with King only a neck back. ,. v
OpuleWwill be absent from to4
Sorrow's J race oui vvicaawv,
Iakemere -and' Pavinetto should
make up for it. 1 V
Volcanic is fresh from a vic victory
tory victory ina lower bracket while Pa Pa-winettn's
winettn's Pa-winettn's last start, in which he
wound tip fourth, was bis worst in
several recent outings.
Blakemere "Was going fast in
last week's return to the races aft after
er after a layoff of several months. He
should be much improved this time
and could be an upset winner. ? ?
' Bias Aeuirre will ride harbe
McCarthy. Ruben Vasquez, as -sual,
has the leg up Terry Moore's
Volcanico. Heliodoro Gustines will
guide his grandfather's breadwin breadwinner
ner breadwinner King. .Hector Ruiz will handle
the reins on Blakemere and Virgi-
According to the '.'experts," Pa
Vinetto and Volcanico will cut out
a fast pace with Charlie MacCar
thy not far behind. After Charlie.
McCarthy moves to the leaders.
King will get into contention also
with Blakemere probably joining
in the "free-ior-au" at the expect
ed hair-rasing finish.
Another race that could produce
a thrilling wmdup is the ninth
race seven furlong sprint for fifth
series imported horses. Empire
Honey, Michiripa and After, Me
are the "big guns" In this one. Aft
er,Me; considered ."washed up
is fresh from two impressive vic
tories and looks sharp enough to
make it three in a row.
Nine other prospective thrillers
lio .Castillo- will do the booting a-are included on an attractive Sat.
T By Conrado Sargeant- ; v
HELP YOURSELF Hook.-litie and sinker as well as bait,
are no concern of these happy fishermen swarming the banks
of the Sandy River, hard by Troutdale, ..Ore. The scooping
lasts 10 days as smelt head for spawning groundi. , :
Race Track : Graded ; Entries
Former Panama basketball star Is studying
Lt. Alcibiade tthive rareaes
has been designated by National
r.nsrd Chief Bolivar Vallarino to
present lhewmner!s trophy to the
owner of the winning horse in Sun Sun-'
' Sun-' day's 15th renewal of the National
Guard Classic, ?,
Chiroke looms an' bdd-on mut mut-.u
.u mut-.u nhnira tn win the blue ribbon
vpnt. Melendefc urumeno and
Mossadeer should 'be bis toughest
Sunday's co-featureis the Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American Day Handicap for Sixth
series imported thoroughbreds. No No-galino,
galino, No-galino, Crews Hill, Fieltro and
Verygood are expected to stage
another thriller ui this one' mile
tvent. '' :
Msgr. Paul Bernier, rapai rnun-
eio, is considered the dean of the
Diplomatic Corps and has been
chosen to present the winning own
er wila tne iraoiuunai suver uu-
. According te a reliable source,
. rha Haras Carinthia will soon
' contract the services of a top.
Botch lightweight Peruvian oe oe-key
key oe-key by the neame of Julio. Salda Salda-aa.
aa. Salda-aa. Tho latter is en af the big big-gost
gost big-gost winners in hl .homeland,
' Negotiations have been complet-
ed by reiipe reraomo ior we un
portation of Argentine three-year-
old colt Red Label which is now
campaigning on Peruvian tracks.
It has been disclosed that the colt
will arrive on the Isthmus soon.
On the other hand, nothing le le-,
, le-, finite has been learned about when
Germanio, an expensive Argentine
horse recently bought by Panama
Boxinc Commission president Jo
se Rogelio (Pinky) Arias and a
friend, will be shipped here...
price cut for- U.S. servicemene.
For several years now. Army, Na
vy. Marino and Air Force person personnel
nel personnel have been staying away from
local horse races. r -s
An all-out drive is beina waged
by the track manager to build ud
public confidence in the up-and-up
operation of every- biiase of the
turf sport, here in the Republic of
ranama. (ji-. ..; ;.;,r;';1
Coronation' Day and v Display
hong, two of the nine thorough
breds recently imported by 1 the
Stud Colon Boys, will make their
local debut in Sunday's second
race i along with their, traveling
companions' Miss Patience 'and
Bluno and the Argentine horse Mi-
Coronation' Day, 'a four-yoar'
eld bay filly by Balmy Spring
Alimony, and Display Song,, a
tour year-eld bay daughter. of
Spy Song-Miss Vera, will race
under the colors of the Colon.
Boy and are being trained by
R.mon Navarre.''-;:'-' ''
- Miss Patience is now owned bv
the Stud Maqui and Eduardo En Enrique
rique Enrique Young trains ber. She is a
three-year-old chestnut filly by A-laking-MisS
Minuendo, a five-year-old son of
Minuet-Motacila. is owned by
the Stud 32 and trained by Miguel
Mas. liinuenao, reportedly a high
class performer, has been entered
for the May 1 $15,000 added Pres
ident of the Republic Classic.
Pool Closet 12:54
PACrFIC J.ITTB .EACUK
The-. Giblinseys ;. squad- ofthe
twelve rear j olds; ; who" graduate
from Pacific Little League, took
the measure1 of the -. Policelkspurs,
by, the close game of 5 to 3.-' v
" ; "n-
1st Race Ctb Series Imp. 7 Fes. Parse 1400
V JrlRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
"1 Remozada R. Vasquez 117 Much' improved ; V
a Fuerte J. Rodriguez 112 Reportedly ready
y 3 Reynold -J. Jimenez 115 Disappointed last
4 Polizon O. Montero H2x Has good workout:
5-Ourale C. Iglesia 116 Early speed only'
6 Riseal- T. Oatlca 1M VCouldget up here
7 Ponton H. Reyes 107 Dangerous contender
. j t v" i i'i i'.j i , . ; k.' :' r ' '
2nd. Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $500 Poo! Closet 1:15
. - ZSO RACE OF THE DOUBLE,
Hernandez 9flx; "Would psy off r'.
V. Castillo 115 Rates strongly here
"J- Bravo 118. i-Nothing recently f ;:j
r P. Hidalgo 106, Could get up bow ';
R. Vasquez 112 Dangerous contender
yT: Gatica 107 Form indicates
7- Semipleno l O. JMontero 104x Not good enough :r .;
8 Socorrlto A. Ctonzales 98 Doesn't seem likely" r
1 Sr Windsor
2 My Friend
4 Oro purlto
5 Coral i.
;t 3r4 Race Ostites 7 Fr. Purse' 1J Poel Closes 1 5
1 Toxic 5?R. Cristlan 115 --Would pay nice odds ;': 5-1
2 Elenita .. Bi Aguirre 1 13. Usually disappoints, i V 3-1
3 Bugaba S. Hernandez 102x Weak ride in, last ,s-i
4 an CristobaL R.-Vas. 117 Hard to beat here --'EVEN
5 Francisqulto,- J. Rqdri. J15 Will fighnit out : ,; r y 3-2
4tb Race Elimination Impr 5" Fgs. Purse $600,
;Pool Closes 2:21
Chivilingo will race for Luis
Gonzaga s Gonzalez in the future.
His new trainer is Prudencio Pi-
Miml returns from a lengthy lay
off this week under new owner
ship and handling. She is now th
eronerty of Carlos Rubio nad Vic
.Track manager Pablo A. Thayer tor Fong trains her.;
.. '-'' V ; .1 ;" t . ; ..
Secege! Half Standings
2 8 .2000 S
NEXT GAME: Saturday Oce
lots vs Palomaa 4:00 p.m. -Ocelots
take CmeeV 74
The Ocelots Just managed to
stave off a late inning rally by
the Conejos to via by the close
score 7-4 yesterday afternoon at
the Fastlich Teenage Park.
For the first three innings it
looked like the Ocelots were going
te run away whh the game as
they were leading five to nothing
but the Conejos came fighting
back with two in the fourth to
trail 5-1. The Ocelots added two
ia their fourth to lead 7-2. The Co
nejos pushed across three in the
fifth to trail by one aa the trying
run was left stranded oa third.
1 American Maid Ct. Mon. ll?x Long overdue .' V
2--our Fancy- b. naezftt this- year !'.":
8 Devon Maiden R.,V"-4l2 Ran well in last,1;'
4 Vain Darling V. Ortega, 110 v-Showing improvement
6 Choya R: Cristian 113 -Will fight H ent S ;
6 Onda Real : V. CastUlo 112 Distance to liking
7 MatruQ ; -;. H. Ruiz 104 Nothing is months 1
5tb Race "Special" Imp, I Fgs. Parse Sfi50t ;peoI Closeg t:35
1 Julio Verna F- Hidalgo ,113 -Makes debut here 1
! 2 -Manandoagua H. Ous. 90x Light weight may help
. 3 Ragazza R.' Cristlan .118 Should score here
4 Cervecero ; lB. Baezsv 10 Reportedly improved
6 Lt Matelot ,F. Oatlca 107 -Good early speed
6 (Edith Piaf -,D, Cortei 105 -Nothing o indicate ;.i
iUiyU yiVD JJ9- A(UA..JiA9 "ITUi JOJjpUb AV VII
th Race th Series Imp.
Fgs. Pone $400
...0 t 8-1
Pool aoses 3:35
Vaughn. Ocelots pitcher, rave
est six runs, eight bus and three! OCELOTS
walks te rack an his win. Miller
Conejos starter, allowed four runs.Engelke Zb
o- three hits m one and one third; Ammuati as
innings and wss relieved by Par-j Morns, J c.
J. Morris and Vlughn, two in the
second on singles by Vsughn and
French and two in the fifth on two
walks and a double by Vaughn.
Parker and Scott for the Cone-4
jos were tied with two for three,
Vaughn had a perfect day with
uiree tor three.
Tomorrow at 4 o.m. the OenUtt
ana r aiomas wui play off a tie
game that may decide the winner
oi ine second nil, Don t miss this
game as there U power, good
uiuroing uu excellent aeiense on
both, teams. Remember: Saturday
iiemoan i uu si Ut rasUlch
Teenage Ball Park, on Gaillard
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
WMoney Maker A. Ycaza 115 Could get up here : 10-1
2 Joe' Fiddling B. Arul. 115 Good recent races ;, 5-1
3 Weima Jimmey F. Gatl 108 Depends oa start ''( -3-2
4 i-Soft Note uO. Montero llta Could score agsln c '.V 4-1
5 Grtmllda H. Ruiz 110 -.Early speed only .10-1
6 Teloreo r B. Baeza 108 Fastest at getaway 8-1
7 Tiny Brook H. Gustines 103x Form indicates - 3-2
&-Oramiila S. Hernandez 107x Should be -close up 4-1
t .Second Half Standings '"
.i "W LPet
C, N- Pan Liquido k 7 V4 .636
Lou Glud Agency -,7 .4 .036
H.q.aHq-. 20th.. Infantry 6 4 .600
Blatx Brewers 5 5 .500
Tasco Battener 1 9 .100
,:' Next Games
April 12 Blatz Brewers vs Tas
co Batteries.- -
April 13 -Annual Tournament
Anril 15 J- Lou Glud Aeenrv v
i. si. ran uauiao.
Anril 10 Ha. i Ha: 2bth. In-
ia.;try vs JHatz Brewers.- 5 V
April 17' C. N. Pan Liauido v
Tasco Batteries.' N -
BLATZ BREWERS NOSIS
OUf PAN. LIQUIDO
4-to-S in THRILLER v
iiiaiz urewers nosed out the
first half winners, Cervecena Na Na-cional
cional Na-cional Pan Liquido in a trhriller
to even their record at five wins
and five losses. This established
two-way tie with Cerveceria Na-
cional and Lou Glub Agency for
first place in this homestretch of
the second half. s k
The exciting but well played
squaooie enaea e-to-5. Biatz
. Winning pitcher, -Red Keith, the
Brewers ace and only pitcher to
win their- game jr hurled a hine-hit
win over McNair Lane in a heart heart-breaker.
breaker. heart-breaker. Lane took- the loss after
relieving Ernie. Campise in the
After J"an Liquido had. scored
runs to tie the contest in -the
fourth inning at four apiece, the
Brewers came back with two
more in-the fifth to lead the first
half winners by two.v t
At the close of the sixth, a sin sin-le
le sin-le by Lopez off the glove of third third-asemaa
asemaa third-asemaa Kosik then with a stolen
nase and two consecutive outs.
Red Keith contributed another
strenuous effort to his triumph by
lining a single through, the hole to
score Lopei.- : a
Two outs in r row was the hard
Iuch for Pan Liquido in the; sev
enth inning, but BlU Carlin opened
the eyed of all present wih a sin-
on an error by the ; rightfielder.
Johnny Padron then 1 closed '. the
game with W grounder to Martinez
at third who, relayed over to Roach
St fUSt. l. t t.r
i The box score.: w v. ?
C. N. Pan Liquide t r ; AB R H
Louie French, who ,was a mem member
ber member of Lincoln Life team during the
regular season, pitched the Giblin
seys to, victory, and belped. the
winning cause with a titanic hosier
over the left center field wall. He
allowed only four hits and fanned
11 batters. He was aided ; a great
deal by his battery mate., Bobby
Boatwright,' .who had three- for
three at the plate.
For the losing Policelkspurs,
Earl Mullins started and weni un
til the fourth, when Timray Cor Cor-rigan
rigan Cor-rigan made his debut as a pitcher
and was charged with the loss,
nowever, Corngan looked good in
defeat and had the eyes of t h e
scouts trom the .. teenage league
looking on. '' L
The winning team was under the
direction, of regular 'Season um
pires, f ost and Curling, and the
losers also had. at their helm two
meu or mue Charlie Kager and
Lou Seldon. However, the guy who
caugnt the fancy of a large crowd.
players and managers was the
iniiu Umpire fur. lue day in the
person of the old pro, Joe Cicero,
woo made his aeuut as a roome
umpire. After the contest, Joe, ve
teran of a thousand baif games
remarked that alter all ttiese years
ne realized mat he missOd his cau-
ing. ... y
ihe two squads are playing
three game series whicn will con
Ciuue mis aiiernoon at the Little
League Stadium: on Galliard High
Sugar Ray' Will Havelo Be Imprbvetfvl
To Beat Me May '.1 Fullmer Declares
' CHICAGO '(UPMtsy' "'Sugar"
Robinson-will have to be a better
fighter "May 1 ,thaq 'be was Jan.
2 u order 10 regain the middle middleweight
weight middleweight i championship,- titleholder
gene Fullftier aatd yesterda.i. :.i
, "If that was an average fight
for. .him," .Fullmer said; "I don't
think I've got much ,- to. worry
, Fullmer said 'that Robinson
fought ''almost a
sive- fight" when
Boyd, Sept. 28, 1955, and iJil- Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, April 4, 1955. Since then he
has beaten Turner twice. -i
voon't get the idea Robinson ;.
Isit'e; a good -fighter," Fullmer.
said.'"He never hurt me. in -our
fight, 'although r guess he thinks
he did once. -'-1
. '.'But when V a fighter doesn't t
Kivcr juu IUULU LIIAUCC iu uu, r.,
him,, he's -a -pretty, good fighMti7
I think he .was kind of Worried ;
about eoing .15' rounds too.' and
perfect def en- f on this fight, ; he'Jl probably Ib1t
he decisioned just as worried.
Sugar: Ray in New York Jan. 2 i Fullmer and his manager. Mart 1
to win the. 160 pound erown. Jensen, kept secret .any, strategy
i a say ne oniy maae aoout fney migni use in me rematcn? t;
I.VVU UI40lCa, i UM'UCl IBIU FkU
rand I didn't hit bim real well
then. But he only gave me two
good shots at him and that's al almost
most almost perfect." i
Fullmer, the early 7-2 favorite
and already in training here for
the May 1 title bout, has won his
last 11 bouts and has lost only
three times in 42 pro outings. His gofng
last defeat was Nov. '25, 1955 by "He's
: ,i Klt-.l
i, we dian t iignt nim tne ,nriKri!) b
time the way we thought' jve
would' Jensen said, "so eveOiAi? ?
we planned to fight him one way
this time,- we might not do jt toab :
way. It depends oa what Robiomtj ;
son does," wU
"Gene's .got a lot of thiasanv
for him, Jensen said.
got awfully quick hand?, i
Eduardo Lausse. The only other lot of stamina, and strengtn, ane-i
fighters to beat him were- Bobby be can take a good punch." 'q
Pearl. Seymour 2b 1 4
Beck Lincoln 3b 4
Fraunheim, Gib. lb 3
Boatwnght Sey 3
Wilson, -Gibraltar If 0
Joyner Lincoln cf 2
French Lincoln p 2
Alt man, Gitraltatii 2
Anderson Sey. rf V ,2
Zapp Gibraltar rf" 1 1
Case Lincoln If : 1'
Fernandez Lincold If. 1 2
Bowen Spur Cola 2b V,.
Dempsey Pcbce 3b
Ashtoo Police ss
Potter Police e -Priester
Zelnick Police lb
Berger Elks If
Quiros -Elks cf ; " i
Albritton Spur ct
Bieisas jciks it j. i,
mourns opur ri
Mullins Elks P
Corrigan Po.iee P
Starkenberg Spur Rf
Carlin, ss -Padron,:
Campise, p ;
Martin, cf -.
Hunter. If : 1
Acoita, If .v
i ,1 iu.
MIAMI BEACH: Joev MicelL
New York 140V4. stopped Jose
Flores, Having, 148, (6).
LOWELL, Mass.: Eddie Andrews,
Lowell, Mass.. 152, stopped Joey
Klein, "New. York, 150. (3).
'. LONDON: Dave Charniey, Hart Hartford,
ford, Hartford, Eng., 134H outpointed Joe
Lucy, London, 133V. (15) won
British lightweight championship).
' RICHMOND, Cafif.: Kid Castro.
140;-' Stockton, Calif., decisioned
Luke Easter 139, Saa Francisco
(10).. v ; 5 vf8,
' SACRAMENTO. Calif.: Tzer Al
liams. 158, Los Angeles, deci
sioned Milo savage, iwn,-nt
Lake City. Utah (10). Howard
aa a t Kine. 195. Reno. Nev.. drew with'
-' Umpires: 'Warv Metheny-and E. Frankie Daniels, 188, Bakersfield.j
McArthur. Scorer: Henry Clark. Calif. (10).' ' .. ,.
' v r
. v:.-.f r
- t :. '" 3!-' ';..
SnfSi B, '' 'J-.i- i 111,1 i i
Distributors: M0TTA Y MOTTA LTDA.
28th Front Street Colon, R. P.
The box score;
Scott, t cf y
Klip per 3b
Stewart t .
Hera, J lb
7th Race 5th Series lmp.r7 Fgs. Parse S500
; VJND RACE Or THE DOUBJ-Er ;
1 Carraway 6! Chanls 110 Must go lower
2 Vedette S. Hernande 102x Jockey handicaps
3 Cam ber well H. Reyes 108 Ran well last week
4 Greco O. Monterd 107x Could be upsetter
, 5 Golden Corn 'J. Bravo 110 Way down in 'class
8 Mrs. Halligan -H- Ruiz 108 Hard to beat here
7 Trirreme B. Baeza 110 'Mutuels fsvorite
: 8 Oliver H. GusUnes 102x Best early speed .
ft Gourmet s F. Gatica 112 Usually gets off last
Pool Closes 4:15
: 8th Kaee "CT Natives I Fg Parse S2U i
lBsgdad H jteyes 115 Lacks early foot
2 Full Moon H. QusUnea 105x Will set the pace ; ,.
1 Chepanlta "V. Ortega' 115 'Down in class
4 Winsaba- O, Montero 112X Seeks repeat win v
5 Uboria 8. Hernandez llOx Should be close up
8 Frtt-FTtt ; V. CaatUlo 118 Seems "sure 4bing'.' .v
Pool Ooaea :9
ktr who sltowed three runs on
two hits ia four and two thirds ia-ainga.
The Cooeios scored two in the
fourth oo a double by Miller end.Dombrowsky rf
a single by Scott, one in the f.fta
on a single by Parker and double) 2 Ba h,ir'. K Ter 2.
by MUler and three in the sixth en by Vaugr.n 8, '.'-er 1
two walks, a hit bstter and a in-lBion r.i: atrl-.n
f cy ijrlrr. '4. Farkpr 4. L.'t on t: c c
, Ocelots C. F"fiJ ru-; ( o o-The
The o-The Ocf':U fired tv'e in !-.r-i- 6. -s 3. l-r rti; 11 11-f
f 11-f r-i ta ta wa.k t-i a..-f ct ty i.:'r "! r.i
tth Race 5 la Series Imp, 7 Fga- Parse 50f
, '..-"..---' ONE TWO
1 CartiUerO' tf. Gustines 102x Could surprise
2 Empire Honey R. Vaa, 118 Will fight H out
XMlchirlpa.. B. Bseza 112 Disappointed It it, two
4 Ezcasay . F. Gatica 108 Always dangerous
5 After Me A. Ycaza 113 Was never better
s Fenix B.llernandex 103x Morning glory
7 Don Dan! JL Ruix 108 Much too high
Peel Closes 5:11
10th Race 3rd a4 4t Series imp. 7 Fga.
rj : Parse 8458 Peel Cloees 9:48
1 C. McCarthy B. Aguirre 113 i-Geta the csH
2 Volcanico JUVaaques J10 Ba4 legs hamper
3 Kine B. Ousuneg P7x No. 1 eontMer
Blakemere -' H. Buis 108 Has strenx f.nish -6
Pavinetto V. Castile 114 Could upet ftvoriles
11th Race 8th Series Imp. 8 Tga.
3 Aa-.in D-.11
F. Gatica J,)
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'THE J PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER t V 1
FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1957
;:0VI cwn YOUR sharjfe of American industry!
C L A S S IF I
,' ; THIS SPACE IS FOR -SALE V V f
'-' FORINFORMAT ION TELEPHONE 2-0740 f
whuam 9 'troH. ws Mnu
BK jMSO PiHNM S-TM
. 4 Panama, R.P. :.
-! )? (0) u ,51 II ,3 Z
PO HINT: Chalet J bed bed-iwii,
iwii, bed-iwii, Uvlr eUning,
maid ream with '':
Tranithmian Highway 2nd
St. Virta Hermeea. Tal. 3-127$
.... FOR RENT-OR fOR SAJ-Bs7
Fwrnlehed W Mr"'?h
clou raaManta In Bella Vista;
i largo bedrrem, one '-"
ditloned; lMb POhx
living roam? large
maids ream with bath; hot
water, freeier; washing ma ma-,
, ma-, chinariart rdan; fenced;
la raliahla party; Owner leav
' am "lathmua. Far Information
call J-301I during affiea houra.
FOR RENT: Houaa far rant.
May zz a aapTamiwr .-.
Houaa Blboa. Pholw i i-533$..
533$.. i-533$.. '- ''
FOR .RENT j- Ce"jpltaly
furniahad houta In Oolf Haighta
thraa badroom, thraa bath,
living ream dining ream, klteh klteh-an,
an, klteh-an, twa aarvant's room and
bath. Tw ear garaga ; Availa Availa-bla
bla Availa-bla May 1$ ta Sept, ltt. Call
t. Bafora 1 a.m. er at
FOR RENTr 3 badroom cha chalet
let chalet furniahad ar unfurnished.
Hat watar, madam eonvlnian eonvlnian-ciae.
ciae. eonvlnian-ciae. First Avenue "El Car Car-man",
man", Car-man", facing .Jieuse M, pana4
( FOR RENT: Completely
furniahad, thraa bedroom
t ahalet. arage ah, anveni
ancee. Via Balisario P r r a s.
IlSTEHIAlY tlTTLE LEAGUE
tacond-htlf Standings, April 12:
- Won Lost GB
MUTUALOFHOms.il 5 3
Sommera Ipajtt' 2 81-2
Tropelco v sii -v 2 5 2 1-2
TivoU Motors I i 3
Mart five ftmwt v jt:
Elgi Nahl"; j.r yi, wf--1 v
Tropelco vs. SoBtmerir Sparks
Monday, Apr. 15: Mutual o Oma Omaha
ha Omaha vi. Tlvoll Moiora ;
TjvoU Motors vs E
Nehi vs Sommcri Spark
T: Yesterday' resulUi Mutual of
Omaha 1, NehlO.
'i Mutual of Omaha plunged Into a
three-way tie for first place In the
: Isthmian little League aUhding
after winning the jnoit exciting
contort in JUttlat, League play this
Af'Phmlpg pitched to 14 Nehi
,. fcatamaa giving p only one bunt
' kit by pinch hitter Gayel in the
top of the fifth inning.
Smith and Gayle eomhlned to
WaU rtmaha -A on Ttin-iwrorin hit
' by P. Ellington in tha third. Mil-
- let had wauea ana awie secona,
' fee tcored when Blackman fumbled
; JEffington' hit.
- nraham..Mvrta. t,4vAd and
Rmith wh form, the nucleni of
: the Nehi plugging circle failed (0
S. Campbell, el,
. Maaon, Sb
;j. Myrie, a
r. Graham, Si
D. Mylea, 2b -C.
Smith, p, cf
IT. Blackman, rf
AB R H
2 0 0
Xlghaal at maha
A. Oenmiagi, Sb
&. Bewea, cf
Airy. iWana f be4re, i
kaUhreeaa apartment, bal bal-Mny,
Mny, bal-Mny, Bfeftld'a roeaa with
Alh, be water, range.
Available April 15th, 15.M
Call S-S22U bvstneaa hoars.
Tliere Is an excellent opportunity for
expert SEWING SIACUINE salesmen
contact Mr. Julio N. Soma Jr.
Monday 88 ia 18.-04 ut t:H to 3:00 p.m.
(fill l IE
4th of Jaly Ave. and "H"
ATTENTION. 0. I.I Jm balk
madam fambliad apaitmaats. I,
2 badraems. bat, cold water.
Phene PanaaM J-4941.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment with stave, rofri rofri-rator
rator rofri-rator and hot water. Air condi conditioned.
tioned. conditioned. Campa Alagre. Tel. 3 3-7192.
7192. 3-7192. Hours 7 te I p.m.
FOR RENT; Modern one
bedroom apartments, living living-dining
dining living-dining room, hot water Instal Installation,'
lation,' Installation,' maid' bathroom,
sereened. Building under
construction ready for occu occupancy
pancy occupancy and of present month.
3rd street Perejil, facing "Colo "Colo-gie
gie "Colo-gie Javier. 170.00. For informa information
tion information sea Quijano, th street
No. $-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: At El Cangre.
o. Modern apartment. 2 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms hot watar, garage. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 24382. Panama 3-1043.
FOR RENT: Apartments.
New building, 50th and 12th
Street, San Francisca. Living,
dining room, kitchen, bedroom
bath. Rant from $45.- to $55.
Apply F. ICAZA Y CIA., SA.A.
FOR RENT: Army inspect inspected
ed inspected furnished one bedroom a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, all conveniences. 4th
of July Avenue. Phone 2-552
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach hoesa. Out mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceanslda Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
2-1877, Cristobal 3-1473.
Reserva NOW. Inexpensive
satisffing vacations. Santa
Clara Beach. Shropnol's fur furnished
nished furnished houses. Phone Balboa
FOR RENT: Locale, suitable
far offices or clinics On top
fleer of "Centre Medico"
Building, Cube Avenue and
corner of 30th street East.
$35.00 and $75.00. For informa informa-.'tion
.'tion informa-.'tion see iQuiane. 8th afreet
1 No. 5-30.fhene mi" a
j .,T,,. I ....J ,:, ;i f
FOR BENT: On first floor
1 .padoua locale, suitable for of office.
fice. office. 22nd street East Bis Ne.24 Ne.24-72,
72, Ne.24-72, beside the IFE Office.
$100.00. For information see
Quijano, 8th street No. 5-30.
AJ Phillina. n 2 0 0
J. Morales, c 2 0 0
J. Morales, e 2 0 0
E. Cumberbatch, If 0 0 0
T.Cooper, 2b 10 0
A. Failev. rf 2 0 0
R. Millett, lb 1 1
TOTALS W 1
ZT t iir t. r
Lindsay. Timer 1:15 Scorer: A. Pe-
LMden, Batting Avenge, April It
Ah h avf.
It. Carew, Elga
I. Barber. Elga
r. Graham, Nehi
R. Bawen. Mutual
54 37 .685
49 28 J572
84 28 .515
Ia. Phillips, Mutual
46 22 .479
48 20 .417
II (C ll I
Street TeL 1-8725
u: -' -r.:rfSi.
r.RAvc Trirna an with omt af-oub
INTERNAL. OE PUBLICACIONES No.
BAROO NO. Z B trCC MOKKUSUI 4in July AV. 4 Bl.
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUS OLD EXCHANGE J. Fa. de
VAN-DER-JI8 M Street N'e, U a FARMACIA L BATURRO FuDe Lefcvia
.1.. B-ii. vut. rrk t .: . . . . i. : ...J
FOR SALE. Plymouth 1953
crambrook 4 door sedan., ex ex-valiant
valiant ex-valiant condition throughout, 4
new tires, radio. Price $850.00.
FOR SALE:- 1953, 4 doer
Pontiac,, hydra-matic, radio s
directional good" .condition.
House 0201 B. Ancon.
1955 Ford Fairlana fully equip-'
condition. Will consider small
car, in trade. House S07, Mn Mn-con
con Mn-con (Panta Piacej. phone
4280. : '''"' i
FOK SALE;- 1954 tWo forte
Oio. ao to oil oy May lmn.
In good condition, new tires.'',
can oe tnaiica. oo at heuwo
3t-m. warui. rmne 9-4at, pric priced
ed priced reasonanie.
FOK aALb 1957 fcngljsh
rrti, iwou.olj 4-uoors; meur.
etl ail l; lignr-groen; $
winie-wan mu uw inn; or original
iginal original ownar; 500. Can; and
tana or i 9f
mnts o 866. Panama 2-iOW.
FOK Alc: 1941 Studa Studa-bKtrr
bKtrr Studa-bKtrr wo,mmanaar i-door ae.
dan. Now paint, good tires, (2
new), gooa mechanical; condi condition.
tion. condition. Plean call 4-554. V;,
FOR SALE: 1952 Hiliman
'Sedan, good condition. Good
price. Call Panama 2-5706.
FOR SALE: '48 Tucrr, Chev Chevrolet,
rolet, Chevrolet, good motor, almost new
tires. Will sacrifice, $145.-. Call
FOR SALE: 1952 Oldtme Oldtme-bile
bile Oldtme-bile Holiday Coupe, radio, hv hv-dramat'e.
dramat'e. hv-dramat'e. In very" good condi condition.
tion. condition. Call Balboa 4374 between
7:00 and 4:00 or Balboa 1342
after 4:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Plymouth 1953
Crambrook 2 color Sedan, ra radio,
dio, radio, heater, undercoated, dir directional
ectional directional signals. Very good
condition, $775... Phone Bal-,
boa 2409 or 2856.
FOR SALE: Mehegeny
wardrobe, "lieorere". Perfect
tion stove, dishes, miscelle miscelle-noous
noous miscelle-noous Chorrllla Wmlts e. 25-j
rS0, room 30. : :V v.'tX '-'
WANTED: Military' .oop,
good condition. Phone 2172
Curundu after p.m.
, Gibraltar T.lfe Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama 2-055
TRANSFORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shlppora Movers
PhoiiesajMSI 1 -2562
. Leara Ridlet at
PANAMA .RIDING SCHOOL
Riding a Umpli Claaaas daH
8 to 5 a-M. Phone 2-2451;
or by aeeeiataMat.
Wtaa Tear flgne Cowo"
McLevy MacblMS, Meaiase
Bteaa Bath salt oad feaeale
Meainl Wits, ertfc hraeea.
SS Av. tato AraaeaMew MM
Dr. SCHOU. traiaael Clilraile
April 14 517.50 ech
"B St .1-27 TeL .2-1881
II. Y. TV Program
To Salufe Baseball
NEW YORK (UP1) A hdur-ind-
k.ir talavletnn Manclacular."
replete with baseball heroes, mov movie
ie movie stars, and movies of. famous
momenta on the diamond, will ta taint
int taint the rominf baseball season
this Saturday .night. -.
smt. nun .rtrrt. Cna Ktllv as
bast, the show will be carried via
krc from S Jn. e J4. to
Tour aB of Pa me ttar.
plu "wort Valuable player-
w.Vm 14en1a afui Don New-
combe, 'and perfect-fama pitcher
HOD XMTWtM win e-
mm haaeball DersonaUbes fea
tured o the prosram. j
-( atere rJ the Bast Babe
Ruth, Ty Cobb. Christy Mthew-
and vtaner joonHn mu
, (a film clips of their play play-day.
day. play-day. .-
-, '--r --; "V
. mhi enr tnatnr.i
leacue club will be presenL-The'
pis yen who appear will be paid
t k Mvlnf. lieine) 1H1 trhirk
they already bave decided ta do do-aate
aate do-aate t varioui hospitals.
- '1 f.'U eaaaa--.
agents or our orriCES At u-it
3 Lotted CASA ZALDO Cantral
' Horses for s le at" Panama
Riding School, Call Ferf Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 2242 after 4 p.iH.Vsi w :
PHILLIPS HARDWARE MER MERCHANDISE
CHANDISE MERCHANDISE RODS AND
REELS GALORE. WE'VE GOT
, LOTS OF THINGS FOR SALE
IN STOCK AT .' VIOITTE'S
STORE. Nylures, .monofilo.
' mant, rods, reals, water skis,'
tow sets, binoculars, micro micro-copes,
copes, micro-copes, aluminium lawn fur.
nitura, sprinkle ho tat, air.
tron lamps, nd many ether
items. BEFORE YOU BUY i
, CALL VIOLETTE SUPPLY
? WILLIAM VIOLETTE .SUP- ;
PLY SERVICE. Tal. 3 t 4318
" Panama No. 434 (44th St.)
FOR SALE: Spinet typo pia piano.
no. piano. H use 0255-B. Phono e e-319.
319. e-319. Gamba, C. Z.
FOR SALE:-- Variety of
"tropical fish "Angeles", cheap
$an Francisca, Phone 3-5048.
SPECIAL SAVE PRE-IN-VENTORY
During the month
of April. 4"x12"xl2" Clayco
blocks that Jtayot our store
will ge At a tpocial discount.
Take this opportunity te stock
up on the lightest, strangest
and, bear blocks for your build building
ing building or repair purpose. 'Cla.
DE PRODUCTOS ARCILLA, S.
A. Tel, 3-0160. ;
FOR SALE: Aquariu
air compressor, filters,
Call Balboa 2-2954.
FOR SALE: 40 Galon fish
Aquarium complete with sf end
pump, and filters,' $30.- Padl Padl-free
free Padl-free female cocker spaniel, 1
;yoar eld, $40.- Mahogany chest
of drawers, new $60.- Panama
3-4014. . ;, r ..
v ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWIR "A," DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAU CX
DECORATING YOUR HOME?
' Visit ns for Modern Pattern
' in uf.!iolttery cloth and Drap
erles j GIBCO- Juste Arose- ,:
'., mena and 34th St or- phone
, Panama ,3-0281 anytime. Also
' Kt-pat-Squaros for wall .to
wall carpeting. Do it. youraelfl
FOR SALE: Ariel Motorcy Motorcycle
cle Motorcycle 1953 model VHS. 500 cc
In excellent condition. One
owner only. See at house 8109,
' Hea places Margarita,,
Phene 3-2502. L. H. Scranten.
MR. j JOHN SODERSTROM,
Balnea. Our lettar te you re re-,'
,' re-,' turned marked ''Addressee
Unknown". Please call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-0607 during office hours.
Ask for ewner.
1950 ;BUICK ...... ... 325i-
1948 PLYMOUTH 185.-:
1950 BUICK 395.-
1949 FORD ...... e . 195.-
1951 CHEVROLET . r .: 595. 595.-1951
1951 595.-1951 PLYMOUTH....... 555
1951 DeSoto ....... w.... 395.-
1948 1 OLpSr.lOBILE :. .". 275
1950 BUICIC V.VU Iv.:;:;. 325. 325.-1947
1947 325.-1947 CUICIC.v;:.i.i..:150r
SM00T iL PAREDES
CheY. Bclck Oldsmobile
niaa" 1 -r ...
"h" ktreet. Panama mrrrria prrciadoi n. 11 agencias
Ave. 49 LOUBDES PHARMACY 182
BEHV1CC AT. TIVOU NO. 4 fARMACIA E9TADOS UNIDOS Ml tffllrll Ave
la Owa Ave.Ne.41 FOTO DOMY Justo Amement Ave. and S3 St FAKMACIA
I Street FARMACIA "Aa" Via rerru HI a MOVED ADES ATBIS Beaidt
... s A.- ... r. .,. .5. ,, .. .,Y,. ' -V:' ...
j FOR SALE :- Furnished cert-,'
, crete cottage, Santa Clara.'
$100.00 down,, balance $50
menthly.. Phone Panama' 3-'
Boots & Motors;
Outboard motor -;
12 H.P. Elte.
, ti.n, $160.00 Phone Ft.' Kobbe,
BAD a til i. T.kl.t
"Lb Golendrina" 30' 1 sloops 'i
4; Gray motor 52 h.p.i Cabin y
analed 274 rare weeds.. Yacht
Club, CrlstebeU Inquire; Pana-J
ma j-0599. i iv.'-tfri'&xi i'
New 14 ft. Super Deluxe Pley i
Bey.' runabout. Complete with :
steering controls, 35 h.p. Evin Evin-rude
rude Evin-rude and trailer. Make effor
Also several used trailer $50. $50.-ABERNATHY
ABERNATHY $50.-ABERNATHY Panama 3-U95.
Grid Fans Can Look
NEW YORK .(UP) '- College
nnfhn fane whn take their ac
tion in the comfort of their homes
..i. tiawisiAH ran innir torwara lo
an attractive program nexi iau
. . ... .'. L.V.'1. 114.1.(1
union, memoes iiucn iud-iiikuv
game a Oklahoma:Notre Dam
and Army-wavy. f i
The '. Nationat Broadcasting Co.
nnniinvjul th schedule of s 1957
games whichit wiU televise na nationally
tionally nationally on eight Saturday along
with a J .Tha,nksgiving Day oetup
n.hik -Milt inrhMt three sames
piped regionally. Four other, Sat-
ally-elecast game which will be
announces jn a iaw :
irk. nhnrful. hfin- on SCDt. 21
with Texa AltM v. Maryland at
Dallas -.and close on Dec, 7 with
Miamu v. :rinsDurgnv n"1"' n"1"'-vi.
vi. n"1"'-vi. TTi.ro: ar. two oDen date on
thachedule.i pet. 19 and Nov; ,2
bu tthey vhsve heen reservca ior
which will be de
termined by the conference as tie.
Big Ten race aeveiyps.
..The schedule was worked out
n ntiv hv NBC and the NCAA tel
evision committee. ,
'-.' s t
MM '. I .t..J..1. ' t 'A
fcnt 2i? vTexa A4M vs. Mary
land, at Dalla. Tex.. ... .... v
Sept. 28: : Stanton v: ;nonn-(
western at Palo Alto, Calif. J
n( i s-. California vs. Michigan
State at "Berkeley, Calif. j
Oct. u; uig ren game. r-'
Nov. 2: vBiJ. Jlmi aUtTion, xm ttntlon te: a;b
Nnv. 18: Oklahoma v. ."loire!.. i ii.t
Dame at Norman. Okta. r -x-
KtnW W HTOim VS. UHgaie :
w:J-: b t p.rfvv( n.iiMr
vs. Wyombg at- Denver. Colo.
mi a v rwi 1 a na m,m -i-Aar ei ai
College Station, Tex.; J louul
.?. ?'. '.
b Carruqullla O FAKMAC1A LOM-
POR SAL E:-r Black manege-
i-ny dining raom set. : Perfect.
: condition.' Reasonable''' priced.'
V j0.079i 10th SV Apt T, Colon.
FOR SALE:-- Practically new
RCA Record player 875.00
(Coit 175.00), porch tots 59.00,
chest of drawers ; 9.50, bunk
bedt 44.00, child's .wardrobe
35.00, Chine closets 15.00 8
pes t living room set 45.00, ,;
double beds with mattrase mattrase-49.00,
49.00, mattrase-49.00, folding beds 27.50, con con-tor
tor con-tor tables 15.00, Also: Wrought
. iron ; living room and dining 1
room sets, perch chairs, in in-nertpring
nertpring in-nertpring matrasses, 1 1 n o o-leums.
leums. o-leums. BIG CASH DISCOUNTS
EASY TBRf Household Ex Exchange;
change; Exchange; Netienel Ave. No. 41 -tolas
for- sale; 8 cu. ft Philca refri refri-gtrator,
gtrator, refri-gtrator, 5 yrs. aid $75. Double
bod and mattress $40, !ieuse
No. 32; Apt. No. 3 44th St. or
Call 84-2143 ( brook). 3 .,
FOR SALE: Kenmore Sud Sud-saver
saver Sud-saver a-jtomatlc washing ma machine
chine machine 4 years old, excellent
condition; 40 cycle $100. 0210B
Herrick Rd. Ancon ;
Futuristic Bambu fibre chairs
In colors, $12.95; Estadie Jew Jewelry
elry Jewelry store; nee rte the Encatt Encatt-to',Tha,torh
to',Tha,torh Encatt-to',Tha,torh :.'
FOR SALE: Baccarat crys crystal,
tal, crystal, 2 table sets. Not used. Via
Perra Na. 44., Phone 3-1843.
FOR SALE:'. DWf
siugor sewing 'machine, 3-doer
.. wardrobe, dining J room sat;
side baoard, china closet, 4
chair, electric1 fan. t Pueblo
Nuevo Np.,,4120.:.,: -V-f
ML SALE: 1 bamboo setae
4 irmfcr sp nq cushions, like
now $25. 544A Curundu Ht.
Tel. 83-3l6u :
FOR SALS:- Sallid mahegav
ny, sectional living-room auite
new,; unused. Owner leaving
end must sell for cash., Bal-
. bea V 92-2734. ; JJ' I;; t-y-
vNEWiYORK fUPV- The: man-
aver of heavyweight champion
Flnvd' Patterson warned the-Inter
national ... BQxing Club .yesterday
i against 'any attempt to match con contender
tender contender 4 Tom my (Hurricane Jack
son with some inner opponent.
Uis a Amato, manager m ;rai
r- Ztf' ,Bllnit
. T.1.11. j.iv: 1 ...
-"""W ui-.rouaucipuia, .cwj
Qty, or Camden, N.J. v
, i JBC him .fJack
- t t- .n- ..
v.nt another promoter from aign-
:U r a.titla faM thn .it
will place itself under 'further
SMipicioni of, monopoly," a 1 d
PaHarann'i. 'nilnt nointed nut
that the tmj! has, -neen ensrgea
with monopolizing the promotion
of championship fights, -and also
that the 1BC ha itseU recognized
Jackson a a leading, contender
for, the heavyweight crown. ..
D'Amato aaid he would like
Patterson to make hi first title
defense in the United S t a t a s
"under promotion other' than' the
D'Amato ssid he has received
an offer' for Patterson M defend
his title in TLondon. He did not
identify the suggeit opponent.
Southwest and Midwest). v
Nor. 80: Array v. Navy at Phil Philadelphia.
- Dec. T:"MismL T. Pittsburgh at
Miami, FU. i ,
; Expert -;
Trouble Free :r.
y: .TV Service;
- CALL 2-2374
', : j
v Service Csls
Atl Work CuArontead
- -;.- .--.Li"- 1.
WANTED:-. Cook and general
housekeeper 'must be 4 neat
nouso 2g Los Jifos.
WANTS dT Maid forf eamll
family. Must know how to cook,
and most sleep in. Apply Cslle
33 Este No. 3-23 from 9:00 a.m.
te, 11;00 a.m. t ,--',
LEARN. BALLROOM Dancing
Adult. .Toonegers Preteons
Balboa 2-4239. ) Harnett and1
Margarita Bowling League
t Final Week C
rNval Station Win Second Half
The Naval Station clinched. the
second half after the first
Tuesday1 night when they outroUed
rojveiis ana took tour point. Ac Actually;
tually; Actually; they were easy wins for the
Navy a Powells; only had three
men in, the lineup;.;; i
; Casa Yohros held onto second
place a they took Agenda Kam
jor inree points. Casa Yohros' Kau.
ter led the pack with a nice 592
series to take Class B aeries while
Kudy led Kam With, a 559 series.
J The Police Assn.' eot third- nlsc'
position but still only took one point
irom me Aces who endeup jn fifth
place- behind Agenda .Kam. Stew
Art of the Police and Stilson of the
Aces sput tne Class A prize this
week with a 583 eacbAnother Ace,
Stone took Class C, prize with a
.i-;.'.r"..,.;?'. ; ,.( yt x.ti.. .wy-A $i .'...;
Wright Bros, and Butler finished
seventh and eighth. T h e s e two
teams rolled each other but what whatever
ever whatever the outcome. Butler" was des-
The?, tattle V for' high average
champion wis a battle to the last
night when Don Rudyv. beat out
Dick Hogan with averages of 177-73
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Yohros taking second with a 3162.
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.""THESE MEN of the 20th Infantry Reconnaissance Patrol start out on a mission as part of the
nrenarations and training for the forthcoming joint Army. Navy, Marine and Air Force man-,
Galbrith, Sp3 D. Fairfax and Sp3 W. Perry.
Steps Up Tempo Of Preparations;
For Joint Carib-Ex Military Exercise
,'h. Army preparations for the forth-
Coming JOini Army, navy, i.i-i".,
'iAir' Force maneuver, Canbe-l'.x,
toicMed up in tempo this week as
the time remaining before D-day
Swindled to less than two weeks.
- Monday the command post lor
Task Force Hightower, which will
!uide the Army airborne assault
'Jit Rio Hato during the second
phase of the exercise, began full full-time
time full-time operations.
-Mttanufhiliv from the lulls oi
Empire range to the hide-away
o nf flip training groiindd at
Ft, Kobbe, the cry, all weeK has
cen tram train train.
From the command of "in ca
dence, exercise," in the early ,of Headquarters and Headquarters
' Washington; April 12 (trp)
The Senate. Internal Security tub tub-comniHtee
comniHtee tub-comniHtee laid today it has not
a creed nor been asked ; -to let
the State Department censor testi
mony h about loreiBB oiuciais
since the suicide of a Canadian
diplomat it accused of Com-
Robert Morris, subcommittee
cniinsfl told reoorters "there is
no change in subcomitlee. policy
or Drocedure" as a resuiu otf in
furor over the suicide of E. Her
bert Norman, Canadian- Ambassa
dor to Egypt. Y
He added "there has- been no
request from the state department
asking us to clear anything as a
resull? of Norman'r death- and
Canada's protest against the. sub-
cmmiuee s puDiicauon 01 : cnarg
es against him.. ::, ;.v
.Neither Chairman James 0.
Eastland: (D-Miss) nbrr the fsub-
comnattee as a whole had. any
immediate '.reply .to ithe-; latest
State Department : statement on
the ease. The department denied
vesterdav -it aoroved release of
derogatory testimony about Nor Norman,
man, Norman, or gave the subcommittee
security .informationr.: about! him.
The State Deoartment took the
position- it approved publication of
answers' given, .tne suDoomnwee
"Let th, people Jcnow the fruty and the country i iafe Abraham lincolni
PANAMA. It P.? FRIDAY, APRIt IS 1957
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At my 's Derby :Weekehdmjiil&unlt
?uhs Into Cong ressioridl
a group of congressmen to Louis
viller Ky., Derby weekend. He
called it a "bobble" which could
lead to dangerous defense cut cutbacks.
backs. cutbacks. Shortly after Mahon. chairman
of the; House Military Appropria
tions subcommittee, s made the
statement. Army Secretary Wit
her M. Brucker said the govern
ment won't have to spend a "thin
dime" for .lawmakers who "Stay
over tor tne Derby,
"This is not a free trln to LohIr-
SSfcCrSS: yat dPatoVvi t-xpsyer.' expense," the Army
WASHINGTON,,1 April 12 (UP) He said public revulsion against
iicu., ucuiic xi. jMjtuvii iu-iexi miiuarv ; wasia ion tn :dJnwAiii
today assailed Army plans io take cutbacks in U.S. military strength
just before the Korean Var and
added that 'this seductive ;army
bobble could possibly cosf the
Army 5100.000,000 in reduced ap
, Ana a irequenr t repeUUon of
wis sort of bad rarte, with oiggra
vated incident here '-and there,
could cost v the j Defense'. Depart,
meut billions tin appropriations)
Beck, Top Aides
To Decide On
- GLVESTON, Tex.,' April 12,
fUP) Teamsters, chief Dave
' TtsAlr and hi tnn aides tflan to
meet Tuesday to decide what
defense Beck will make against
charges made by the Senate
Packets Committee and the AFL AFL-CIO,
CIO, AFL-CIO, it was learned today.
' "Officials of the Galvez Hotel in
this resort city said that reservations-
have been made for "15
members of the Teamsters
- Beck's earlier plan to spend one
million dollars of union money on
hi defense was shelved by the
recently in Washington1. It was
learned that Beck plans 'to fly
to Houston Monday night and
then come here the following
The meeting will be held behind
morning until the last sharp crack
of rifles firing in the night, the
daily routine for the men of Lt.
Col. J. C. Brink's 2nd. Battalion,
20th Infantry Regiment, is gear geared
ed geared to make every individual ready
to "pull his load" during, the April
24-27 maneuver period.
On the other fide of the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus at Ft. Sherman today, Fri Friday
day Friday the second battalion com
bat team, 32S the Ariborne Infan Infantry,
try, Infantry, 82d Airborne Division, be begins
gins begins a six-day battalion vblem
the fnale of, the five-wee ex exercise
ercise exercise Rio Selva. Lt. Col. M. H.
Parson, commanding officer et
lh BCT said that when his men
completed training at the Jungle
Warfare Training Center, they
would be ready for combat combat-real
real combat-real or simuUfeJ anywhere in i
The latter pirt of next week, the
rr. uraste paratrooper will move
f.cm Ft. Sherman to Ft. Clayton,
poit.ed for t'a parachute assault
oj Rio Hato.
drib-Ex in a two-phaso opera operation
tion operation with the fir.rt action seeing a
Navy-Marine amphibious assault
combined with Marjnc, and Air
Fo.ce tactical air operations team
ing in an offenjiv to dislodge Ag
gressor forces which had landed
in the Ft. Sherman Camp P;na
area. At. the same time aggressor
forces attacking the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal on the Pacific side have been
forced to withdraw to the vicinity
of Rio Hato. To defeat or destrov
llnardltms "enemy" is the mission cut
uu. iur iasK rurce Higiuower.
Tactical air operations in both
phases of the operation will nroh-
baly include the use of simulated
6:30 9:00 p.m.
M'. w mnpiHfie II
t nun. ra
The exercise Is a joint mili military
tary military maneuver designed to train
locally based U.S. Forces with
forces from the continental Uni United
ted United States in ground, sea and air
warfare under tropical condi
tions with emphasis on amphi amphibious
bious amphibious and airborne operations.
;The BTC of paratroopers and
the second battalion of the 20th,
i are iwo oi me major units com
I prising Task Force Hightower.
I The task force is commanded by
Brig. Gen. Louis V. Hightower,
laepuiy commanding general, U.S.
I Army Caribbean. On his staff .are:
j Col. J. R. Russ, chief of staff; Lt.
Col. R. E. Rose, G-l; Lt. CoL L.
jE. Cantrell, G-2; Lt. Col. C. B.
I McMath, G-4; Lt. Col. T. L. Ward,
I headquarters commandant and
provost marshal; and Capt. R, F,
Meany, signal officer.
The command oost nrent1v
located at Ft. Amador for the plan planning
ning planning stages of the operation, but
will move to Rio Hato for the
Other units of the 20th which
will operate with the second bat battalion
talion battalion during Carib-Ex include a
platoon from each of the compa companies
nies companies of the first battalion, one pla platoon
toon platoon each from heavy mortar,
tank and medical companies and
a squad from the I and R plaicon
In addition, the battalion will
have a platoon from the 518th En Engineers.
gineers. Engineers. The 65th AAA Group will
beef up the unit with three ami.
lery forward observer parties and
a liaison oincer with- party.
All of those units have this
week been undergoing rugged
training designed to fit them for
every possible situation. This
has included night problems, ex extra
tra extra physical training as well as
the normal small unit tactics
The battalion will be air-landed
in Air Force C-123 troop carrier
pianes at kio Hato following the
urup oi uie paratroopers.
. The parachute BCT' will have,
in addition tn the ha Italinn tt in.
fan try men. Battrv R nothr a;-.
borne Field Artillery Battalion of
me a-a, a platoon of 4.2 inch mor-
tars, a platoon Jromt he 82d Divi Division's
sion's Division's Reconnaissance Company
and a platoon of engineera.: All of
these units are paratroopers. ,
In addition to" these combat
troops, many others are einploy einploy-ed
ed einploy-ed in the myriad tasks that must
be done in order for the opera-1
tion to be a success. The aggrea aggrea-sor,
sor, aggrea-sor, furnished by the 20th Infan Infantry
try Infantry s third battalion, the men of
the 518th Engineer Company-that
nave been at Rio Hato for the past
five months readying the area for)
both the maneuver troops and the
observers, the drivers, and iicn.1
personnel and many others play
an equally important part in the
Upwards of 500 official observ
ers, including nigb officials and
dignitaries from most of the Cen Central
tral Central and South American countries
the governments of Panama and
the Canal Zone, the United States
and the military are expected to
wimess me exercise.
Aoaeo to the more than 10,000
Army and Marine troops taking
pan iu mi- uperaiion are approxi approximately
mately approximately 200 Marine and Air Foree
tactical ana troop carrier aircraft
ana some m iNavy sbms will nr
ticipate in ttie maneuver. Major
forces come from the Atlantic
Fleet, the Continental Army Com-
nana, wanooean command and
the Tactical Air Command in the
son which Were
but did not ap-
prove the questions asked EmmerJ y
secretary told reporters.
me Army disclosed yesterday it
TV- only rxeroie tome
son,' Tne Questions mcjuaea siaie
menta by Morris that the sufacom,-
mittee had mformauonv jvorman
"is a Communist."
The subcommittee was 'reported
to feel this was a ridiculous stand
that the department could no no-clear
clear no-clear only half "Conversation.
Robert F. Cartwrlght.the depart department
ment department security official involved in
the clearance, remained inaccessi inaccessible
ble inaccessible to reporters yesterday, -j
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Found Knifed, Dead
In Saigon Quarters
SAIGON Indochina.1 ;Apr!l U
(UP) Lucien Cannon,, a hifh Ca
nadian official with the. Interna
tional i Truce Commission here,
was found dead in his quarters to today
day today with knife wounds in his body.
Canadian -officials and -Vietna
mese police declined to give any
information on the apparent murd
er but said a statement may be
issued later. $ i
, ; K r
Cannon -was chief of the Cana Canadian
dian Canadian office in Saigon of the Inter International
national International . Control Commission,
which 'supervisea. the Indochina
truce,. i' 1 7
One 'source Said Cannon's body
was found at ( a.m.' in hit quarters
in a guarded. compound housing
top- Canadian, Indian and 1 police
truce commission 'officers. ; .- 1
A friend said Cannon lived' in
Quebec and was survived by t a;
wue ana two cnuaren.
a 1 sroUD of concress
men to fly to Louisville May 3 and
A to witness a military demonstra demonstration.
tion. demonstration. It offered free quarters at
nearby Ft. Knox for lawmakers
who stayed J over for the Derb
but "regretted it could not pro provide
vide provide derby ticttets. v
Congress Means Business
" Mahon, who was applauded by
both this Republican and Demo
cratic colleagues, told ; the House
tn a speech that the Army appar
ently doe3 not' realize that Con
gress : means business when it
talks about f r i m m i n g federal
spenaing. ? : ..
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Aid "Prc-rca G:in$
H.USH LIY1MG Set tor
short eskDOM hi bis own pertieu-
ar atjrl, parakeet Samuel
Qutncy .Kautmaa JII relaxes
uadet the admirinf eye ot hi
owner, Tear Kaufman. o( Dal Dallas,
las, Dallas, Tex.- Seems SaoMiel.dit-
daiM sJeepinf perda and
prefers the soft "pillow. -. : .
'' WASHINGTON fUPWSen. John
S, Sparkman (D-Ata) said today
that half the nation's draft -eligible
malls would have to join the arm
ed services if the United States
abandons foreign aid and adopts
a go-it-alone defense attitude.
; Sparkman said that for the Unit United
ed United States to try to stem the Com Communist
munist Communist tide by itself would require
placing, half the men -in the 18 to
4 age group within the services.
. He told newsmen tnat congress,
despite' mounting sentiment
against the aid program, must
"think twice and then think again
before substantially cutting foreign
t'jWe wiH be cutting off our hose
to spite our face if we allow' our
foreign aid program to decrease
substantially,";' the Alabama Dem Democrat
ocrat Democrat said. .-
Sparkman,. a member of the
Senate Foreign Relations Commit
tee.' estimated that the 40 billion
dollar defense budget for the year
beginning July 1 will pay for about
20 Army divisions, 1,000 naval ves
sels and 125 air wings.
"The striking thing about our
foreign aid program is that for an
extra 4 billion, or one-tenth of
what we spend to support our own
armed forces, we get the equiva equivalent
lent equivalent of an extra 200 divisions 2.000
naval vessels and 125 air wings,"
the senator said.
He estimated that we would
have to draft an Army 11 times
its present size, a Navy, three
times as large and an Air Force
twice as big to provide the same
forces alone. The "overwhelming
cost,- he said, would be about 111
billion a year. .
Sparkman made the statement
as administration spokesmen ral
lied around the proposed "new
took" for the foreign aid program.
As outlined by Secretary of State
John Faster Dulles it woulj lump
military aid and defense support
spending into the defense bud 2ft
and channel most economic aid
i into loans to be issued from a
I special revolving fund. V
Says Bragg Brass;
ATLANTA (UPV -An 'anonv
mousj jetter. from f'somewhem in
tne woods : of Louisiana'' com
plained today that the -command
ing general vt FV Brastf.- N.Ci
will fly to his family for-Easter
wmie nis men are left aena rated
from. their loved ones. i'-
The letter said a eoreia law
preventing convoy movements af after
ter after noon on Saturday- was causing
the hardship: But W. C. Dominur
neaa or tne Georgia state patrol,
said he knows of no such law.
Third Army headquarters Aerp
said it is. checking. but- alsQ knows
of no regulation preventing convoy
movement at any time.
Ft. Bragg troops are now on
m aneuvers in -' Louisiana. The
"iving cole"1 games end" next
weekend and the troops will be
convoyed back to Bragg.
The letter writer said the troops
win ne sept at ft. uennin? and
Ft. Gordon, Ga.,' over Easter
weekend wmle their, commanding
officer, Maj. Gen. Paul D. Adams,
and his staff "will be flown back
to Ft. Bra 26! In nlpntv nf tim In
attend the post chapel with their
families for Easter services."
Vlhe unjustness will only fall ot
those families of men who' have
queen roaming through the woods
ot tnis maneuver area for the past
six week," the writer said. I
The letter ended on a nob of
bitteruess tinged v with sarcslsm:
"This a not only' a' great morale
builder. It should send the re-en-listment
rate of 3rd Army, shooting
sky high." i ..
and imperil ovar the lqng run1 tbement
security of the united States," hefwould
saia. - -. e.
Bin. JJrucker' Said he did net
evtnH Juiow the Derby was being
helii,Jhe same. weekend as .he
military demonstration until Ren.
John: M. Robsion iR-Ky), .who
represents ,ine Louisville distiict,
tLsked if there would ibe anv ob-
ecbon. if. some -congressmen
stuyed over, t
But he conceded it was an "un
fortunate comcidence"v which was
bound to r e s ui t in raised eye eyebrows.
brows. eyebrows. He said that Vif I made
any. mistake it was in) not xscog xscog-mzihg
mzihg xscog-mzihg the coincidence bf the Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky "Derbv." r ; I
4 no- Army's original; announce-
indicated that the Arm
pick up the housin anif
mea checks tor congressman who
stayed over for 'the Derby. But
Brucker said it will pfoviae them
with no food or lodgings after.
Sunday noon. v ;
After that,- he said, the bill will
know it A "He? they'
Brucker was a s Ir e d if ha
P'1nAw. t0 the. Dby,
Jr-i adnt Panned on it," he r
piiea, i. i
NEW YORK! (V?)- Three" hun
dred 'and seventynine of the na
tioh's 1.738 daily English 'Ian-
Kuage.!hewsDapers are now celling
tor more than a UcRei, the -American
Newspaper Publishers'. Assit
reported Wednesday. ,'
,.The ANPA's annual survey of
newspaper prices 'showed that 97
of : : thos newspapers' 'had vraised
prices during, the last year,i v
As'bf today, the ANPA said, 69
newspapers jyre selling for., six
cents, 249 for seven cents and 61
for ten cents. There were only 43
ten-cent newspapers a year ago. ;
"Daily sewspapers- retailing at
five cents represent 76.4 per cent
of total newspapers, compared
with 81.4 per -centin 1956,"! the
"Sunday editions of- daily news
papers retai'iag at 10 cents repre
sent .44,4- per cent -of total, .com
pared with 44.9 per cent in last
survey. Number selling -atf.aix
cents, seven cents, 20 centsand
25 cents' increased, while number
of nve-cent, 10-cent, 1 12-cent and
15-cent ..decreased. 'One paper is
selling at 13 cents.'"-
Safely Fi:ld Day
At Camp Diord
Set For Tomorrow
F,inn2W First S'ty
Field Day at Camp Bierd will of official
ficial official begin -at 9 ia.m. tomorrow
according to the program of events
released today, ..
G; OKellar, "chief of the Safef
orancn, will introduce the princi.
pal speaker, Lt. Gov; H.'W. SchulL
n.'liJ ftV? opening -"marks bj
Kainbow CJtv r. f rnHnii
the. -oprauc invocation by Fr.
ChSch ??n!.-'1- Vncenfi
hvT?ifIeIwi11 Se selections
hy the Rainbow City High School
th..f ..?Punin PrS"m in thl
marks by Jefferson .J. Josenh
President nf :ihm j.:-ul:.. J. ?"':"
Uvic Council and promptly at 10
a.m. the contests and demonstra- -tions
will begin -'
The indiiKl rial tv j-:. ..
test will be held fn the exhibiUon :
In, the parking area there will
be a line throwmc rnntact hi.
tne Locks and Navigation Divi-
sions. v v,
.Demonstrations of Intra bureau
safety will-be-displayed, by the-
Engineenng and ; Construction Bu- :
reau. Health and Marine Bureaus,'
the Supply and Employe Service
f!!?"?, the T"nsPortaUon
and Terminals 'Bureau.
ti. ThlFi,re "nd pPu Divisions of ;
the Civil Affairs Bureau will put
on special demonstrations of res res-cue
cue res-cue and safety operations, .jv-'-
' 1 .' i '4' '
. There will, be more than a do
e,n-special safety exhibHs, 'which
wiU go on 'display at 10:3(T includ including
ing including units of the armed forces c
Refreshments will- be sold by the'
International Girl Scout ,and the
Service Center.. '...
, HE'S SAUCER-EYED Junior spacemen like this New York
youngster can start their own satellite program with this new.
; toy truck that launches flying saucers. The satellite launcher,
' made of polyethylene, hurls .the saucers 35 feet in the air.
Crossroads Boys Stale, Caribbean-Girls State
Officially Get- Underwav At IKARfARIR Ann-y
With the American 1. 1 f I a
Cross roads Bovs SUte unofficial.
ly getting under way there last
night, the USARCARB Annex (for (formerly
merly (formerly the Fort Clayton Hosmun
became a hotbed of activity as 44
emony got under way at 7:39. Aft-. rice eommander of' the- American
r the invocation and waver bv
U.. Army Chaplain, Sink, iotrodue-
uons ot bins Mate ooictaia wen
made by Mrs, Elinor Becker. Mrs
France Ciller, department pres.-
Juniors from Balboa and Cristobal dent ef the American Legioa Aux-
ama ecnooia assemDiea tor a Uitarri tnea cave the welcommc
week of education in and practi practical
cal practical application of the principles
of American democracy.
After the new citizena had mor-l
ed into qurters and eaten supper,
they assembled in the court room.
address and tendered the appre
ciation oi tne Amencaa Leg-a
and its auxiliary to the United
States Army for the excellent fa-
euit.es made available at Fart
Legion, wtw retresemed Joha W.
O Coojeli,i departmeat cenuaaa cenuaaa-der.
der. cenuaaa-der. - -.
The assemblaf was then Hc-aot-
ed by the- U.S.- District Judge
Guthrve F, Crowe, who delivered
aa address eoocenuig leadership.
Fouowtng the address, Mrs. Grif
fon introduced Miss lrtnni Rey-
nolds. Gorenor of l-1 tirts
Sute, who cave a short taik.
CampbeQ then presented Beys
State Gereraor for ISA- James
lU,e!!1Ul1 opewnf ceremo-' As director of Crossrroads SeysjWaUoa, who remarked o the op-
7 Wla -"naaa coyi aiaie suate, wiauae e.. campneu present- Mrtwutiee epn a thete attend
and Caribbean Girls SUte wa a ed the education director.. Painisinr a, sa.t. . -'
ht fimuiuneously. Houghton, board members aadj As a form of eeiertJ!imeet
, mui airs. Louise irruion. biru.couneiors. Tnis was Followed fcrthe rvewmg Gsbtiiv
4 Slate director, .presiding, the cer--aa address by Al CaBria, faeiiia toa JParid Preaeaa, Ja
aa- Cerald Durfea, and Chria
Hearon, presented a progrsm on
the development of the United
States flag, illustrated by minia
ture banners. ..
The ceremony then closed with
a benediction by Rabbi Nathan wa
kin, auxiliary Chaplain of USAR-
' This mom ing saw the first of
the intructions for the week when
Mrs. Frances Longmore, former
president of the U A. Citizens'
Asaeeiat-om, gave a talk on the
rights and responsibilities ef Amcr Amcr-teaa
teaa Amcr-teaa citizeaship. Follewing this
came-a period of instruction by
fe Boys State ttafi en the meth methods
ods methods of parliamentary procedure to
be as Jar the week,
Doctors Hold Final
Consults to; On -Ailing
: BOSTON, April 12 (UJ)-l! Final
consultations on the condition of
arting Sir Anthony-Eden -will he
held today, and doctors may decide
whether an operation is needed.
' In a bulletin yesterday, Dr.' Rich Richard
ard Richard B. Cattell said that tests so
far -on the former British Prime
Minister hd shown "no present
evidence of inflammation of the
colon J or -of any -source of fever,
other than form the bile duct
He said that concluding ; talks
will be held today and a decision on
the advisability of another opera operation
tion operation "will be reached shortly." He
did not set any definite time for
that decision. Sir Anthony was o o-perated
perated o-perated on in 1953 for an Intestinal
obstruction. '- ?
JLi-.y'. ktutR speedy aid for jhipwre-k
. Kortb Sea ten Ice off Bremen. TK. t, -.-.. '.
--r;ii-v jua s-up traveiiiit
Weather Or Not
i This, weather report tor the
-14 hears -ending t am. today,
Is arepared by tne Meteerolo Meteerolo-ftcal
ftcal Meteerolo-ftcal and Hydra g r a p h i e
Branch f the Panama Canal
. Balboa Cristobal
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