The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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

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32nd TEAR.

PANAMA E. P.. MONDAY, APRIL 15, 195?
,v -frn com

Outbreak of Peace1

C.Z. INCOME

' Today' may be "the" deadline for,- ttipg- your income
tax returns but you'd never know it judging by the
peace anTquiet surrounding the. income, tax 'off ic in
?Z8k to the Zone's veteran revenoo'er .Wendell
rafeVthe quietest April 15 we've ever ""'
And inSay should know. He's been 'tening to
7onS laSJntl regarding late, returns fpr the past six

years. 1 v
Road Clocks Fail ;
To Trap Young;;
Escaped Convict
V
RAF AEL SANTOS
The a'rjv Vith the
dav was coQperauB;:"-
Canal Zone utnonu.
search for an escaped
let
searcn ir"V eiv-
en the
to
jail guards on
W Oil
.. i.c-ar we -oque
oVerps. on Caillard Hway
t the crest of Paraiso Hill and
It toe junction of Barth Road
wdaillard' Highway over the
ekend with no result?.-:
SanS Colombian, g been
iPprehVnded;ftfterac
nrt brought back to tthe.tun
termitthetlmeofhlsescape, termitthetlmeofhlsescape,-rf
rf termitthetlmeofhlsescape,-rf police h was wearing
rinn uniform when,, ie
rok away from guards, i
Priest Released
From Red Prison
Tells Of Torture
ft ft J . i. il - ..I,-.--
irAvn TmnirL-AnrU 15 (UP)
Frintlican Priest!" Fulgenee
Grossr of i Omaha, Neb., ssid in
. uD,n,ii interview today that
v. mtxttrA nhvial ind mental
UJ.n.ivw r--J r
torture" during his six -yer
prison in Red Chinese r
Father Gross,; released : Mafcn
the date his six vear jail term
xoired.' said r in the Catholic
weekly, "Sunday;- Examiner":
', "Although it '- war. physically
horrible, it was spiritually won won-irfiil.
irfiil. won-irfiil. and I was never sad.
. "I thought I. was going to die
fr mre." ha said, "but It was
only the beginning, '" i
Thev conducted trial after
trial, one nf which lasted II days.
During this trial 1 was forced to
stand for three lull flays wunoir.
sleen. and my.-bands and.' feet
were manacled.
"Mt eves started to close and
ihev would throw cold tea into
my face," be. said. V --"i
Darden Acting As
Zone Police Chief j
Cant. Benjamin A. Darden has
been designated as acting chief of
the Police Division during Chief R.
W. Griffith's leave of absence from
the Zone, it was learned today.
Meanwhile, Capt Galdis Wall
was named to act as district po police
lice police commander in Darden's place,
and SgU H. G. Rhyne was desig designated
nated designated as senior detective officer
for the Balboa District.. .
I Vater! Uatcrl y
. Paatlflg Isthmians took hope
. today that the dry season
vooldnt last forever.
: Shortly before noon weU
come rain started te faQ. Ee Ee-Ue&te
Ue&te Ee-Ue&te antffed th air feTSrish
ly and agreed there were
slna the mercury was drop-
ping.- -
As dried na Uwas and gar gardens
dens gardens rlpd op drip frm a
ionr-rfrlsyed shower, shoppers
report! a s!!iht flurry U the
nmbreUa baainess,

Ilep6rted;0n

TAX FRONT:
f
wp" n.M todav Tie Just couldn't
understand why it was so .quiet
i ... 4. W VVAMlnit
loaay, unless uvtyw 6""'"
hayjS finally learned' how ta fill
out their own forms.' r
Lindsay thinks that all these
years of helping taxH:ldden em employes
ployes employes has brought about these
results. ' i 'r
' "They're just filling out' their
own iorms ana seuuing mem i
directly to Jacksonville, I guess,?
he guessed, -'Or, maybe they're
waiting- until the June .deadline,
and will pay the one per cent
iiiteistr:..'V;vs- V A"-5 "'
, At 10, this .mornln?, taxmaii
Lindsay said he had received on
ly 15 call, and .been visited J, by by-only
only by-only 10. people, i This is -mum"
what of a- record,- Quietest- day
I've ever seen for., April 15,!f he
said, &&?&'tTi-J&'
Lindsay, leaves Zonians''. woes
behind, come; the first.week", in
July; v-r- l hi --' '; '
" He is, befngr" recalled ;.'to V his
home base in Washington where
he will work at the headquarters
of the International Operations
Division, of the Internal -Revenue
service a newly formed
division of the service geared at
h andling all overseas taxpayers
tnrougnout the world.
Hunan Depletion
Tax Deletions
4C.j7, iAprll- '15'
(UP) Rep. Herbert, Zelenko
(D-NA) said he would introduce
today a bill to allow taxpayers
over 45 years of age to claim tax
deductions for "deoletion of hu
man resources.-' ( "f.--;.V('
There, i noas'on why there
should be a; distinction' between
the present tax,!deductions for
the depletion of natural resource
es, machinery- and property, and
that of the depletion of the most
important resource of aa the
human one," he said' In a state statement.
ment. statement. i f
. Zelenko said the 'proposed de
ductions would-increase with a
taxpayer's agej He said1 a- 86-year-old
worked "would get a 22
per cent cleductioii. -J-. j
i He said the program is aimed
at giving older, persons an incen incentive
tive incentive to. stay oa the Job Instead of
retiring.-;:,: '.-.r-r"
Merritt B. Curtis -SoTburhers'
Guest
' The Vuest of honor at a Joint
meeting of Caribbean; Chapter
No. 21 of the National Sojourn Sojourners.
ers. Sojourners. Inc,. to be. held Wednesday
will be Brig. Gen. Merritt B.
Curtis, a retired U.S. Marine
Corns j.of fleer. . -1 ,vs ;
The Caribbean' Chanter, toge together
ther together with Panama Chapter- No.
J5 of the Sojourners wll meet
at Albroolr Air Force Base, start start-tag
tag start-tag at 7:30 tjjh. Dress Is infor informal
mal informal but coat and. tie are re re-auired
auired re-auired -
Curtis' arrived Saturday 'fbr a
visit on the Isthmus.

SOBLES PLEAD GUILTT Myra Soble turns to hurry her hus husband,
band, husband, Jack (haUess, along as they are led to a police van
after leaving Federal Court in New York where they pleaded
'guilty to a charge of conspiring to spy for Russia. The plea
can cwt each of them up to-10 years in. prison when they
art sentenced -en May 1 . '..

:;the, pulse

OF PANAMA
- THE ANNUAL' HOLY WEEK
exodus to the Interior got under underway
way underway today with traffic v of flclals
predicting that at least 4500 ve vehicles
hicles vehicles 425,000 persons) will pass
the Arraijan checkpoint be between
tween between now and Holy Thursday.
Last year 3782 vehicles went to
the Interior during this period.
All vehicles en route to the In Interior
terior Interior during this 'week '' must
pass a safety inspection at Na National
tional National Guard Headquarters on A
Avenue.
!-'v The city of Colon has put In
,' bid fpr some of the Holy:
! Week -vacationers by schedul
Jng a number of religious serv-
Ices and other activities which
they hope will encourage some
Panama City residents tot vis vis-;
; vis-; It the city and surrounding
; towns during this week.
Discovery by police of a-feen-age
gang of automobile thieves
who are members of prominent
Panama v families was reported
over, the yeekend by ..the. morn
lnjr tabloid El Dla.'-; .- v.
; The paper said the names of
the members of the gang hve
been withheld owing to; the
prominence of the families, ln-
The same newspaper predicted
today the closing of either the
Panama Hospital ir ;the ASan
Fernando Clinic and the merger
of the stock of the two Institu Institutions.'
tions.' Institutions.' 4-5 ;t ?'
The proposed merger la said to
be Tesult of a. report by medical
consultant Dr, Isidore Falk that
both institutions are only 60 per
cent occupied most ;of the time.
According to the,' newspaper,
the .deal would" consist of the
transfer -of ith. equipment and
the personnel of the hospital
which closes to the one which
remains in operation.
National 'Guard Day'was ob observed
served observed in Panama yesterday with
1800 members of th' Panama
police organization receiving
'"rv'ce r-!e5als...- v
At 1 p.m. -yesterc' 'V the .-three
National Guard ( mmande- ;

were hosts to their oUicers, gov,jnorml3ervlc by aext Saturday.

ernment officials and other
guests at a buffet luncheon held
in the Panama ooir ciud.
Following the "National Guard
Classic" at the Remon:racetrack,
the troops and ;their guests atr
tended a dance and snow at tne
National Gymnasium,'
3 GIS In Hdspifal
illcrpWck; Flips
On Ailahlic Side w
! rwrt -soldiers were in. Gorgas
Hospital and one atCoco Solo
Hospital as an aitermaui oi a
true accident which occurred
yesterday afternoon on -.Pina
Road, on the Atlantic aide.
"The? were, all considered to
be in good condition tpaay, ...
i Driver, of the truck. Pvt. Vlr Vlr-don
don Vlr-don D. La Monte, apparently
turned over In swerving to avoid
a collision with an. oncomlnd
car at- 4:30 vesterdav afternoon.
His Injuries were listed by Co Coco
co Coco Solo "Hospital as multiple
chest and face abrasions, and a
aceranon in nis leit ear,
Two of his pass enters. Pvts.
James E Turner and Dale L.
Hiehlev. both have multiole lac
erations and contusions but are
All of the men are with Hfl,
and Ho. Battery of the 784th
Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion.
No nolice action has been tak-
, 1,
en. DenauiK mTnunuoa

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fp.l UP. UP.-.. SHE GOESi :The Malnte nance. Division 1 crane operator lifts a bucket
carrying soggy yellow, soy beans' from, the deck of the British freighter Hope' Range moored
at Dock -14 ln Balboa on to a large;. Pa nama-.C anal truck, one1 of several" which will cart the
dangerous load to be dumped. in the Diablo dump yard. Unloading some of the cargo of soy
beans began this morning. , ' 1

Post. Office Deliveries :Cut Stateswide
Cp'ngresVWp Restoring Theni

in. k '
WASHINGTON, April 15 (UP)
T'.-v reductions in-postal srv-
i. -e went into elfect toaay snd
- nt. t trv tA restor
The House was scheduled f to
begin work this afternoon on1 a
414000,000' emergency appropria
tion for tne Post jiiice uep uep-ment
ment uep-ment to permit a return to full
service.,- i
-1 i I I St' t li i
House Democratic leader John
w.'McCormack (Mass.) predict-
ed both Houses will -clear the
measure in time for restoration
of service by Saturdyj although
he declined to forecast its ." ap
proval by the House, today.;
Ilaviaj OUIoirwa
Denmark 'Shadow
Soviet DeiiroycS!
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, April
15 (UP) The navies of Scandina Scandinavia
via Scandinavia kept cljse watch today on
three Russian destroyers passing
through the Kattegat and Skager-
rax straiegic sirsiu iinung ue
Baltic and North Seas; .; ; ,;
'The three warships spent hearfy
36 sours In the Kattegat, between
Denmark and Sweden, while war warships
ships warships of the two nations "shadow "shadowed
ed "shadowed them along their .respective
coasts. ,,J
Early today, tne- flestroyers
steamed on through the Skagerrak,
separating Norway from Denmark,
into the North Sea. Norwegian
coastal tesseu too over -1 n e
watch. '.- -V --: -.
' The destroyers were escorting s
Soviet tanker,, which remained, at
anchor in the Kattegat an indi
cation that tne three ships proDaniy
will return. .- ; v - v r
in the Norwegian Arctic port m
Tromsoe, police impounded a Rus Russian
sian Russian fishing bost pending a court
decision as to whether it bad v to
uted Norway's territorial waters.
The Soviet irawier was pceu
up near 'ITOmsoe jeieruy me
Norwegian frigate Drang, assigned
to fish pstrol in Arctic wsters, and
hepherdeo: mm me normcra pon.j

Successful ro?: S

- tVy DOC QUI CO
: VKW YORK" fUP There's aa
everlasting battle for survival go
ing on here in uus concrete jun jun-ble,
ble, jun-ble, and one of the most interest interesting
ing interesting bouts on the card is the swank
hotels and apartments vs Ue
process servers.. V .., j,
Abe II ill er. the professional
catcb-'em man we interviewed re
cently oa his life and hard times
as a bill collector, has come bsck
and liven ns another installment
of his 25-year career, this one is
i bout bow to be a process server.
Sav I rme tnto the waidort-
Afteris. oj".. other swanky he-
Ul U sens a suanmou.

"Sri""
r,V.':i'i',

't.
'V
wi-
IIe charged Postmatter-r.en-erl
Arthur E. Summerf.J
wi.a iing 4;arrogant,", dom domineering"
ineering" domineering" and "guilty of con con-tempt
tempt con-tempt of the- American people
for net canceling the eutback
last Friday, At,-t-iV
A Post Of fice" Department
spokesman said full service- can
be restored within 24 hours'";
after the, money bin is passed by
both Houses and signed by Pres President
ident President Eisennowerr f4 4i V
Pius XII Receives
"A
'PcImOIPopes'J
,';U' f ;'v- r.'-r-
ROME.' April -15 -VtP1) Pope
Pius todsy received thC "Palm of
Popes," a thin yellow-green reea
as -richly decorated as a medieval
tapestry and grown on the farm of
a family, who have-provided the
papal palm since one of their fore fore-bearers
bearers fore-bearers "defied death by a papal
edict four centuries ago.
- The Pod received the calm, en
crusted with paintings of the Ma
donna of Djvlne ixve .ana ine Ag Agnus
nus Agnus Dei t Lamb of God), from the
hands of a Camaldolese nun of the
Rome convent which decorate, the
palm each year. ..i;,.-
It was .crown on the farm of "a
family named Bresca in Sn Re-
mo,, movie Star playground of Ita Italy's
ly's Italy's Riviera where 370 other papal
palms have .been raised since 1586.
Thstvwss the: tesr the '2-foot.
320-ton: Egyptisn obelisk, shaped
like a small Washington monu monument,,
ment,, monument,, was hauled into place in St.
Peters Square, ',. ',
ft was a tremendous engineering
feat so tremendous in fact that
Pope Sixtus V personally, took part
in the operation., ; -, i
For safety's sake he i imposed a
ban of total silence on the SOO work
men straining ta haul the needle in
place during the time the obelisk
was being cranked op into the ver vertical
tical vertical position, v, . I
gsn. TSow, at the desk they wont
give you a room numoer 01 wnere
the party is. So 1 have a little
idea of my own. When I walk into
a hotel looking for a party, I have
s special long envelope, deep pink
or deep blue, addressed to him.
Sesret lnees.-.
The resson for the especially
long one is that the clerks don't
put messsges ia the mail box
right away. I come in and say 1
have a note for Mr. So-snd-so and
hand it ta the clerk. Then I so
awsy and come back ta about 15'

mmtrtes. snd wherever I tec myjment garage, or eise get off at

envelop protruding from a box,'
1 know that's the flint roost Bust-

1
V,Mfh Saturday postal river-
lea u led and post '.olhces
shut down on Saturdays until the
money la Voted,- these two new
cut backs went into effect today:
. y J. Post Office windows were
'reduced to 8 hours a day
service, everywhere. They nor normally
mally normally are open J0-11 hours 5 in
localities and np to 24 hours In
some of the bigger post offices,
jilt most post offices windows
; opened today at 9:30 sun. local
time and closed at 6 p.m.
; ... , -.. .. i -.
' 2. 'Deliveries In business dis districts
tricts districts ivere reduced, to no more
than two a day from the usual
three deliveries.
A v,' Post. .Office Department
spokesman said 'every effort"
will be made throughout the na nation
tion nation today to-deliver- all first
class mail -.'sealed letters!;
stacked up in post offices over
the weekend because of the halt
In weekend deliveries.
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Gl Held In Death
.'.V
Of In?n Vanfs
To Wed lis Moltier
' ;;' 5 -
A U.S soldier now held in the
Carcel Modelo here on charseJ of
beating a SO-month-oId Panamanian
ooy to death has requested permis
sion to marry the child s mother.
Harold Frederick Rose, who is
charged with causing the death of
Eduardo Castillo on Nov Z2 last
by .submitting him to cruel treat treatment
ment treatment with the scquiescence of the
boy's mother, Blanca Rosa Casti Castillo,
llo, Castillo, hi.- common-law wife has re requested
quested requested penal and. Judicial authori authorities
ties authorities to give him' permission to
marry her this week.
The woman is also being held in
Jail In connection with the child's
death. ;,n- -.
Rose is said to have flapped the
little boy, knocking him against a
wall and fracturing his skull.
Neighbors have testified that Rose
was in the habit of beating the
child unnecessarily, without a word
of complaint from the child'- mother-
-, ; -'
In
berr
, The secret of serving a sum summons
mons summons ris to .be very alert, and
fast.-"Once you've banded him
the paper, yon leave, right now,"
Abe says.
- "One trouble with the swanky
boteis," be continued, "is they
have what we ia tne business call
'get-away exits.' Once years ago
I was looking for Charlie Chap Chaplin;
lin; Chaplin; a guy was trying to sue him
for S 15,000 about a mow. He
moved into a big aotel tower
suite, where they wont let you
upstairs, and thea he'd take the
elevator ncht down t the base-
one ef several levels and taxe
soma different exit

Truclcloads Of Soy Deans

(Smelling Like Bad Eggs)
Fetch Up At Diablo Dump;

Unloading operathons of part of a cargo of highly
flammable soy beans to prevent any more, outbreaks of
fire on the flame-ravaged British freighter; Hope Range
began at 9:30 this morning at Dock 14 in Balboa.
; v About 15 tons of fermenting yellow beans, exuding
an odor of rotten eggs, were being loaded by clamshell

wii, uiiuinu vunui iiuwiva iu uc tarreu away to
the Diablo dump.: ; ':
Thei'e wire no indications that the 6191-ton vessel
will have to be towed out to sea at the present time.

. i wo crews or uanai zone firemen who worked round-the-clock
yesterday were responsible for the discovery
yesterday-tit noon of a smouldering fire in' the No. 2 and
3 holds. By emptying these holds of soy beans' they man managed
aged managed to reach the burning section and got the fire un under
der under control by 8:30 p-.m. yesterday. r -

The soy bean laden shin was
towed to the Balboa pier on Sat
urday after she was declared to
be free of explosive methylene
gas.
Fire which broke out In the
engine room last Tuesday, when
th ship was about 13 miles from
the Pacific entrance to the Ca
nal, was extinguished after 28
- Fire erews yesterday shovel-
d out 15 tons of soy beans to
get to the seat of the smoul smoul-'
' smoul-' dering fire. The fire fighters
said today they used "wet wa wa--
- wa-- ter" which is water to which a
detergent has been added to
make It more penetrating.. .-Standing
Standing .-Standing by to watch unload-.
,ing operations and also board boarding
ing boarding the ship today at the pier
were assistant Port Captain E. G.
Abbott, Chief W. E. Jones of the
Fire Division; Capt. Percy Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, Lt. Kenneth Coleman, Lt.
John R. Olsen, Lt. Edward E. Al Al-bin,
bin, Al-bin, all of the fire division, and
14 fire flehters. ,..
Yesterday a hole was cut
through the deck and the soy
beans were shoveled In a nassas e
way in order to bring the fire
under control.
One bulkhead today was show showing,
ing, showing, signs of the pressure of the
wet soy bean cargo expanding.
This was unloaded first when a
Panama Canal crane arrived on
the scene at 9:30 this morring.
A second crane, was expected be before
fore before noon to help with the un
load, 4.
This marks tbe first time a
fire has broken out on a ship
since consolidation of fire
fighting- faclitiesmn the Zone.
According- to Fire Chief w. E.
Jones, the men were all doing
a fine .lob. Fire watches naa
been set up all through the
shin.'
When a local-rate fireman wasf
asked today what he felt about
boarding a vessel that might ex explode
plode explode any moment, he replied?
"You dont really have time to
be scared or think about it, you
Just go on with vour work."
A US-rate fireman also con confirmed
firmed confirmed this feeling. He said he
was too busy, working to worry.
He expressed the opinion
tbat the local-raters worklne
with them were "pretty goed.''
As loading operations pro progressed
gressed progressed It was obvious tMt most
of the pier alongside which the
ship was moored would be cov covered
ered covered with soy beans trickling In
a steady stream from the clam clamshell
shell clamshell buckets.
A dock supervisor said mey
would probably engage .several
Swank Hotels
"We were looking for a Califor
nia license. Like many big celeb
rities, he hired a local bmonsme
with a chauffeur, and palled, the
curtain down when he got in.
There were two or three of ns
process servers looking for him
and we never could lay our hands
on hire in that hotel. We finally
found him in the Plaza Ear."
. - ,..
Abe figures his closest tall was
when he served a man a non-payment
of rent iinntii Five
blocks away, he discovered the
man running after him. summons
in one hand, a knife in the other,
yelling: "You take that summons
back." Abe took it. Who was he
it argua

crews of men to dean up; tha
plefed a un3od,,hrr was .com-
The Panama. Canal tugs Ga-
feArr!Jan,,,,na" TabOga were
standing by the ship in case they
would be needed.
Panama Canal chemists have
maintained a 24-hour watf
board the r,
I;3'5- .r
there are any signs of scai,,..
ras have beea taken; t
The 439-foot freightetfwas en
route to japan from v Baton
Rouge, La. when she caught flr
after completing the Canal tran transit
sit transit last Tuesday. Z
Agents for the ship kre' Wll Wll-ford
ford Wll-ford and McKay. The r Hop
Range carries a crew of 83 in including
cluding including ,the skipper, capt Vw.
Sinclair., f . ,

Fire-at-Sea Ships
Crewman Gets lit
"I must be guilty." a crewman
off the Hope Range told the
Balboa magistrate today." "I
can't remember Anything sine
I left the Dub." ',.
The repentant South African;
GeraloVVan der Haer. was found
guilty of intoxication and fined
SS In court today v
He was first picked up Satur
day nlRht while he was observ observed
ed observed urinating outside Pier IS en entrance
trance entrance to Balboa by a i police policeman.
man. policeman. ,." i .'-.-j -1 '. i'
The 38-year-old defendant re refused
fused refused any help from the officer,
who triled to find out where the
sailor was going. Several times
Van der Haer struck the police
man In the chest.
Testifying today tha police-
man said he smeiled a strong
oaor ot alconoi on the sailor,
and he finally was able to sub subdue
due subdue him enough to handcuff
him and take him in to the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa police station.
It wax learned in court that
Pan der Haer wot void tlOO by
the ihiv'i aaent at noon. Sat'
vrday. When he was booked at
the station he had S12 left
The money ioa$ Qiven crew
members of the fire-ravaged.
British freighter, now tied vo'
at Pier IS in Balboa, for them
to but clothes to revlaee thost
which were ruined b the tire.
In fining the crewman i
Judge John S. Dermine said: "i
would have fined you more, but
I've taken Into consideration'
that youe been in- Jail since
Friday." He added that he felt
the man's behavior was not good
especially since the policeman
had been trying to hela him.
Van der Haer admitted that
he had not purchased clothes
with the moneys He was the first
of the 30-man crew to be ap apprehended
prehended apprehended by police.-
$100.
Zarly this morning an Mi
Force 'officer was picked ud cn
Qalilard Hiahwar for driving
while Intoxicated.
In Balboa Magistrate's Court
todav. the defendant. 34-year-old
Warrant Officer Dennis W.
Hooner was found guilty snd fin fined
ed fined 1100 on the chart. K.s driv driver's
er's driver's license was revoked far
period af ons ytas.



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By VICTOR RIESEL
ATT AVTir rTTV.WBtn Da,i.
vlther 'may well oe on the witness
siana m a r eaerai court 10113 De-
nrn Tinirn 'Ralr' iohAp'o aaIt' 11m
a ut e VO'B 4Jvvni inwvt q isvu'uu
made man. If Beck ever -gels ; on
. 1 ....II L. L. .'it..
eovernment can't set him to talk.
u. auer iituuitf gets there, it
wm ne Because me auio union
coief oeneves t h e government
won't permit him and ms union
to talk enough" during political
MMnnnnlMne r 1 . ......... 1 ..
ther is far more Important than
Beck's peccadillos. If Reuther and
him iminn IneA thalfi. fat lhnifK
ponucai macmne wiu oe cnppiea.
It all hoPKn hark iA th ? iqu
Campaign, when Reuther and his
colleagues openly and deliberately
spent; some of the giant union's
dues money on radio and television
puoucity lor congressional candi candidates
dates candidates .Reuther and bis co-leaders
said to the -government, in effect,
sue us we believe it is the u u-oion'i
oion'i u-oion'i right to spend i nickel of
each member's dues on politics
tnd even more if we want to go
ITiiW-hairiTiAr! ft a Raviitriat twi1ntni4
mir in nisi rnnnn i n i.n n jttna naia.
a ; a. a. a 1 1 at j
Wv iAR VMWi ii vr -a-Y phvw mv
gates at, the United Anto Workers'
IftfK Diainnlol iiAnvontlAA It J4k 4m
au'u ayivuiKna (,vurmvu uv4B aja
Atlantic City, the union's mem-
Ders nave tne ngnt w reiuse to
have their nickels spent on politics,
Anv. mmhr fan nntitv TTAW
tional secretary-treasurer v E m 1 1
wazey ny regisierea mau mat ne
wants his nickel sent to tome or organization
ganization organization like the American Her
itage t ounaauon, ana tne eve-cent
1 in v j: a t
Tk 04.lltkAl4 MBmAkwA MUAbl. Alt,
only five members hejta botherod
to send in requests that their
nickels go eltowhere only five
wt of 1,500,000 dwet-payars.
w i uc
been pending the money tp elect
ineu tuy conmder fneua of laoor.
Mllt ,hl. la v,nlatinri h. ...l
So Reuther and bis people have
PiS.
ZsW
tne Auto Union cniets Into court. A
District Judge, Frank Picard, dis dismissed
missed dismissed tne indictment wttnout a
trial, ine government men took it
up ; tue oupieuie oouit asaung
that atrial be held.; ,,if;
' tin IUlaAn 11 In crista IPaIiv 1Tfan1r
IVU 4m yU M VBt41VV A bAX 4H44A
furuer ruieu wr uu majority tnat
.i it.:.- .. i ..! ..
ui auhj vuiuu uiuai aauu nu e
anrl that, if Kduihe rtirt attend n-
nion dues on Federal politic the
union did violate the nation's po-
Reuther is relying on the First
Amendment -which syi tnat Con Congress
gress Congress hal no right to enact lews
whicn curtail 'freedom of speech,
nut the Supreme Court saia sund
trial. . r- :
Keuther said here, "We shall be
at the appointed place at the ap appointed
pointed appointed ume to argue this case
ana we shall press lor a clarifies'
una ot the iseit), nuv ooiy in tile
interest oi uaw memoers, but in
the interest ot tie entire nation as
wen."
But the beys around Walter R.
don't fool quite as confident at
theae brave word teund. Reu Reuther
ther Reuther cad pitch. But the beys be believe
lieve believe he may we'l be knocked
right out of the witness boa and
that the case will be lest.
Why are they, worried, when. In
fact, the union's Citizenship Fund
a nicicei out ox each member's
dues each month comes only to
some 139,000,000 a year Because
more than this fund is involved, if
the Supreme Court rules in the
next few years just about the
time this country rolls into the
next presidential campaign thot
union dues can't b. used for poli politicking,
ticking, politicking, it will cripple labor's pre
cunei macninery everywhere.
Union dollars go not only for ra radio,
dio, radio, TV and the labor Dress. These
dollars which come out of the
regular treasury also par thou
sands of anion men and women for
lost wsges lost dunni the hours
they, take off from the factory to
ring door bells, drive cars on elec election
tion election day and diftribute leaflets at
plant gates.
Union dues also pay the aalariea
of union organisers who spend most
of their time during campaigns
delivering speeches, running meet
ing,-planning strategy, traveling
with favorite sons or attendina do
liUcal conventions'. Rem ember,
mere were over wo la Dor leaders
at the Democratic national con
vention for well over a week last
time and they drew their pay
tor we tune apeot in uucago.
'nimrm era national nninna null
as the United Steel Workers with
some 700 autos which permit
their staff men the use of union
property during political cam
paigns. If the Union toee it
case, all this will be illegal in Fed Federal
eral Federal elections.
The fla'ion will longer remember
ttfti.t h nrM tit RithM fa th.
wife chair than what happens
to cecx.
iTiisTTnQnQrtri
There's reelty no reason
rro'if the ttondord of IMng ony
Wgher. Most c ut can't afford

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: NEWS NOTI Private Detec.
tive Tells How Msgaiine vets
Its Scandals.
I'm a private eye. see: a gum
heel, a peeper, a shamus. Trouble
is my business. The cops are too
slow for my tastes. I got my own
methods. .. ,-.:"
Mostly I wear ny methods bn
me one under the arm, tne otn-
er in a sock holster. One method
is called Colt. The other is what
we call a belly .gun short-barreled
but murder at close range.
My buzter calls me Mike Arbo-
gist. it's issued Dy tne boutnern
California Division ot the Califor California
nia California State Bureau of Private In
vestigators. A kind of union, like.
We ain't exactly cops so much as
super-cops. r ,,.; t, j .":.:.',,
When tne cops give up on a
hard dentist's collection mil. we
take over, even if it means taking
oaca we ieeui. eee mis acar on
my thumb? That was a very dif
ficult case. The dame bit me. so
I gunned her down.
Well. I am standing on a corner
in the fog one niaht. poisoning my
self with nicotine and spitting out
teem where the hard squad bad
wonted me eriv ?-f-tfi
I had a. nose once, butithey mov moved
ed moved it around so much I was smell smelling
ing smelling with the beck of my neck,
I am rubbing together two lone
some sawbucks nad wondering
how to make them breed me some
fun money, because I Can't get
scnmeisra out oi my mina. f
1 Scbmelka. is my private secre
tary, and a very disturbing influe-
ence. For one thing, she never
wears any clothes in the office--only
a mink coat to and from work.
WACHTMTftTJ NIT At Whan
all the hoopla has subsided after
Teamster tycoon Dave Beck's tes testimony
timony testimony before Sen. John L. Mc-
r.lpllan'a aolvrt rammittAa invMtl-
gating improper activities in labor
ana maustry, congress wiu nave
the serious business of, deciding
what to do about it.
Thm r.rkt nrnho mav eontinue
for another yea- or more, hitting
other unions There is only one
rhania fnr anv corrective action
by Congress this session.
For more man tnree year -now
the Senate has been investigating
atnia in ri ministration nf union-
management Jointly administered
wenare ana pension xunas. in
investigation begin in a Labor
tulwtmmiHM -nwler Sen. Irvine
lives (R-NY). It wss contunued ia
the isst conrcs unaer tne cnair cnair-manship
manship cnair-manship of Sen. Paul Douglas (D-
Both Ives and Douglas have bills
before the present congress to reg register
ister register and force disclosure of wel welfare
fare welfare funds. The full Senate Labor
Committee under Sen. Lister HiD
(D-Ala.)- has. lust concluded Bear Bearings
ings Bearings on extended minimum wsge
covers ge. :
Next it has veterans' and rail railroad
road railroad retirement legislation to han handle.
dle. handle. When they're out of the road
-an in another month Of SO
Lwlfar fiirvrl leriSlatlOtt1- Can' be
taken up. f
tmii TOUCHES the teamsters'
n n nrebe ea ft sore spot. It
has been testified that George
Newell, Seattle insurance broker,

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By E0B RUARK

This dame Is always on my Mind.
If' she would only wear some
clothes so I could1", concentrate.
maybe I could turn up a client
every now and then. A. client with
dough, that is."
A, loVely little Schmelka.- If on
ly she wouldn't keep saying:
"Geddoudav here y'bum, and
make me some tooeny like the oth other
er other men do." r:
So I am standing in the fog,
thinking first about Schmelka
then about money, and then about
the last 18 gangsters I knockod off
in rebruary a short month
when I can feel mvnprlr hair
prickle on. my. upper, lip. (When
the cops moved my nose to my
neck, they moved my neck around
to wnere the nose goes.K s
A broad rushes out of the fog,
ana mashes her mouth .. against
mine. She is a lot of doll, all right,
but when I push her away 1 smell
aomeming pnony .rignt away.
Then it hits me like- a cop's foot.
This doll is wearing clothes!
"No questions, Mac," aha says,
ramming a handful of coarse notes
into my fist. The money felt like
a kiss, whereas, the kiss had felt
mora like mnnv.
"I wsnt you 'should hus
tle arouna and snoop on some peo people
ple people for me," she says. "We are
publishing a new magazine,' and
I am one of the editors. I sot a
hunch some of our subjects ain't
as pure as they should be. Pic
hires I. want and all the dirt."
"Is this ethical?" I ask. "Youi
know we boys got our ethics. Any
thing a client tells us is sacred,'
like a doctor.' even when the ops
Jump on our tummies and walk

Teamster Sore Spot

By PETER :EDS0N
got $300,000' s' year' for" handling'
teamster welfare funds. ...
As a matter of fact, the Mclel-
lan hearings grew out of dirt ori originally
ginally originally dug up by the Ives and
Douglas committees. They uncov uncover'
er' uncover' enough scandal to demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate the. need of welfsre fund
regulation, then quit ..
Carmine Bellino, one of their
see investigators, then went to
Robert F. Kennedy, chief counsel
for the McClellan committee, and
convinced him there wss still
morw pay dirt to be dug uo in the
union hills. McClellan and Kenne Kennedy,
dy, Kennedy, ably assisted by Bellino, took
It from there.
A law requiring that welfare
funds be registered, annual reports
made and principal transactions
disclosed is only a timid first
step. Later legislation might j re require
quire require the regulation of all union fi
nances, to prevent a repetition of
other abuses disclosed in tne team teamster
ster teamster hesrings. .
IN PRESENTINO) his bill this
year, however. Senator Douglas
reported there was plenty of Ir Irregularity
regularity Irregularity in the handling of wel welfare
fare welfare funds alone. He listed "em "embezzlement,'
bezzlement,' "embezzlement,' coLhiskm, kickbacks,
mismanagement, wsstev extrava extravagance,
gance, extravagance, neprtjm snd no criteria
for sound operation."
- Douglas also reported that some
insa ance companies, while oppos opposing
ing opposing federal refutation of welfare
land pension funds,.charged "high
commissions, excessive adminis administrative
trative administrative feet, unequal treatment of
beneficiaries, unscrupulous acti

up down our faces."
.Sure it's ethlcsl,'v she said,
mashing her mouth to mind a-

gain,, and hurting like the very de devil
vil devil since I am still getting rid of
teem, -i r .-f. .i .r
"I checked with the license bu
reau and so long as you don't
rat to me about your other clients,
you're in the clear with the bu bureau,"
reau," bureau," :- .'. ?:''
"It's a pine,". I ssy. "I ain't
got no other clients. What do you
want I should do?- fc-.'fH
"Well, there's a certain actress
I think Is carrying on some real
high jinks at what she calls a so society
ciety society taffy-pull in ber palatial
quarters at the Migraine Arms. I
want you should take a Couple of
husoanqg iand a disenchanted 'lov 'lover
er 'lover and bust 'her, door down and
catch her taffy-handed." V
The lady designated a long, low
Marmon, with three guys in it.
"Get moving. Mike." she said.
do aisappearea inio ue mist.
To cut a long story short. Mr,
. I I . t i
District' Attorney, we case this
joint and come to an apartment
and bust it in and a dame sits
ud in bed and lets out a aauawk
-Grandma Moses! We j got the
wrong uatl so we bust down an
other one, and who do you think?
Schmelka. my dream girl, with
her mink coat on I ( She don't love
me no more.
We wreck the whole Joint final.
ly, but dit up nothing except four
corpses ana a marijuana garden,
I'm. sorry if I done wrong -Mr.
D.A., but this Is my first and last
venture into tne puousmng uusi uusi-neu.
neu. uusi-neu. It's too much trouble, for my
business, ;;sw-: t t
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vities of brokers snd a sent. em
bezzlement of premium, s o m e e-times
times e-times in collusion with the unions
and management. t'
Douglas declared that manage
ment shared responsibility for ma many
ny many of the abuses, though his com committee
mittee committee did not go into that very
deeply. ....
Only about 10 per cent of the
welfare and pension funds ere un
der Joint union-management ad
ministration today. The Other 00
per cent are administered solely
by msnsgement
IN ALL, about 75 million Amer
ica n workers a.e now covered by
health, welfare and pension plans
of some sort. But 12 million work
ers are under plans created by u-
nion-minag ement collective sir
gaining agreements, subject te a-
nion control.
Conthbuitons to these funds are
now running at about seven billion
dollars a year. Health, and wel welfare
fare welfare funds are collected and paid
out on a current basis, without
mucb reserve..
But pension plans have S funded
reserve of nearly M billion dollars
today. The reserves are increas
ing at the rate of two to three bu button
tton button dollars a year.
Securities and Exchange Com Commission
mission Commission delcares this is the larg largest
est largest tingle source of new equity ca capital
pital capital In the United States today.
The mere size of the fund is what
invite inspection tnd regulation
by Congreta to prevent abuses
such as the Senate rackets hear
ings are disclosing.
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WASHINGTON At 4:30 the
other morning I was faithfully fol
lowing Secretary Wilson's advice
to ao wnat s rignt ana you u
clatin vstroll with wmiiaatf tzerriara 4ii-
bilant Texans beean caUins me to
announce .the sweeping victory of
itaipn xaroorougn lor ine u. a.
Senate. i
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"All the newspapers in Dallas,
Fot ..Worth ant) San Antonio
were ogainsH Yarboreugh," re
ported the Texans, "plua most
of the, other newspapers. Yet a
liberal Democrat beet a field of
candidates. .. .-
"It's like the sales-meeting of
the -dogfood company ,f explained
am Kittreu of uauas.
'The- sales m'a steer said
'We've not the best nublicitv in
the world. All the newspapers are
for tist' We've got the best adver advertising
tising advertising in the world. And we've got
the best sales force in the world.
Yet. we're not selling dogfood
What's the matter?' ;
"That."- concluded K 1 1 1 r e I L
was the trouble with the Repub
licans and. the Shivers Democrats.
They had all the newspapers in
Texas., all the money, all the pub
licity, and all the advertising. But
the people didn t like 'em. :
CONGRESSIONAL CONFLICT
' OF INTEREST
While Coneress la mvestigating
conflicts of interest, some of its
own members have been caught
in shocking conflicts that would
have caused' an administration of official
ficial official to be fired. 4-.,
' Latest example x Is Arkanear
affable Congretsman Oren Har Har-rlt,
rlt, Har-rlt, who bought a quarter Inter
est In a' television station at the
same ,time he passes eW televl televl-lon
lon televl-lon leoitlatien. '.,-' "" "''(
What's more, he Paid only $5000
for 25 per cent of KRBB-TV at El
uoraao, atk., wnicn is proosDiy
the yeaf s biggest television bar bargain.
gain. bargain. He couldn't have done better
on One of TV's top quiz shows.
Of course, Hams nappena to oe
chairman of the powerful House
Commerce Committee which not
only handles all television legisla legislation,
tion, legislation, but also has power over the
Federal Communications Commis Commission.
sion. Commission. y ." f '.W'-S :yf-,?-":' ;
in fact, he personally 'presides
over the Communications subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee which deals directly with
TV matters.
Thit; means the FCC. which reg
ulates TV stations, must come to
Harrii for lerialative favors. To
nut the a aency even more under"
his thumb, he-recently formed a
aDecial subcommittee to invesu-
gate the, FCC.
uovieusiy, rtarria wouia w
terrific ateet- for any television
station. The FCC. would think
twice' about turning down a re request
quest request from a etation partly own-
i This my rvfi-'n Ji-v he ''
fi j ,.. oi .iiiuri. of Kill; 3
TV'at such, a re-mi.ably low-.'-w,
vqc records show the sta station's
tion's station's "net capitalization" Is $150,-One-lourtn
of $150,000 is con considerably
siderably considerably more than Harris' $50
purchase price.' ; : -r. f ;
The records alsq lho that the
station cpst an estimated, $11,000
td bufid; ; "i
Slgificantly,' Congressman Har Harris
ris Harris is how pushing an application
to increase KRBB's power from
24,000 to 316,000 watts, which will
make the station worth over $350,-
00. .-':' V !-'-:-:
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station in south Arkansas and has
its -hoice of network programs.
Saves lime and

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It.' can be picked up by 325,000
sets, which gives it an estimated
viewing audience of 800,000. in oth other
er other words, Harris is buying into a
valuable piece of property for his
trifling $5000.
president, explained to this eol eol-umn
umn eol-umn that the station It stilt In
debt, se Harris' bargln It not
ac bis ii It main.
xc vxxvucu umih n uai lor 1DK
terest because they are boyhood
friends, he said, and because Har Harris
ris Harris helped get the station started,
MERRY-GO-ROUND v
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Before the Texas election; tig
Carpenter of the Houston P a t
tried to query every Texan in
Congress regarding his vote for
Senator. All, "pleaded the 5th A A-mendment"
mendment" A-mendment" no comment or els
couldn't be located.
Actually- most of them voted a.
gainst -their own. colleague, Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Martin Dies- and for
Yarborough. ; ; ?iX----Vk
M anv would- hkva VniaA- 4
Judge Jim Hart, former chancel
lor, or tne university oi. Texas,-if
they'd thought he had a chance.
. .Republican leaders were bank
ing on 250,000 registered Negroes
voting Republican in Texts. If
they had voted in bloc. T had
Hutcheson, GOP candidate,- would
nave hub.
; V"-.
But leading Negro papers came
out for- Hart, andi the Negroes
split their; vote. i ..Leaders say
that never "has- the House f srra
bloc been so badly split since the
recent defeat of corn farmer sub subsidies.
sidies. subsidies. Midwest Republicans, furi furious
ous furious at Mew England and Southern
Congressmen for dumping the
corn subsidy, are threatening to
hit back by. voting for lower ta tariffs
riffs tariffs on foreign textiles under the
Eroposed General Agreement on
xariut (w iiauo. )
V
MAIL8AO
L. Oi Detroit." The money
from the International Brother
hood of Electrical Workers which
was invested in the Union Casual
ty Co. of Chicago, along with
tome of Jiirimv Haifa's Teamster
funds, csme from a local. The
transaction in no way involved in in-KW
KW in-KW central funds or headquarters
in Wathington: .F." O., Birmlng-
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PAOI THRU
MONDAY APRIL 15, 1957

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military defense is this' new Jeep-mounted mine detector being

nhflrdrwl hv Stjpciallst JSdmond KUiansiu, or enaiter. neini

nv,i w uaa rfpveioned bv Army researchers at Fort Belvoir.t

.Va. "The movable search heaa on tne aevice can or wuireuctt

bythe driver.; When it locates a punea mine, iuwuuumv

stops the vehicle.

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"'TRAINING" NURSING ASSISTANTS Mrs. Ara S. Norris of Gorgas Hospital presides at a
1 class room .instruction period. Tor-the thirteen traipees at Gorgas Hospital who re learnvig
' to become nursing assistants. They are. the first to atart a year's course of InstrucUoa dur-
-) inu which' they will learn the principals -of patient eare and other new skills. ;

t. uermans iisDDca
By Border Police ;
On Smuggling Rap

tERLINr April 15 (UP).-Tlie
Communist press said tod tj-f. sev

eral" Eat Germans were arrestea
on the East-West. Berlin rity bord

er in the last few days' while at attempting
tempting attempting to smuggle food and' otb-

-er goods to westueriin. v
"The Communists said the smug'
glers. worked for West Berlin po'
licemen and- West Berlin- city of officials
ficials officials who tried to take advant advantage
age advantage oj the East-West mark e x

change rate by buying cheaply in
Ow East. w , A
Od the West Berlin, free-market
one West mark is worth, more than
four East marks.-

The Communists intensified bor border
der border customs checks a week- ago.
. Berlin's Western Allied jC o m-

mandnts yesterday In a protest
to the'Soviets denounced the new

.Communist campaign'' as 1 an' in infringement
fringement infringement of the right of free
movement in Berlin; .
' ' ( -A' P'M4-.jj-i-iJ Miai' ""
Tidal Wave Alarms
Sel Off As Quake
Hil$J.7' Pacific

' Honolulu, : April is up a
major earthquake- .which : could

have caused considerable lamngt

in a populated area was record recorded
ed recorded in the southwest Pacific yester
day near the. Tonga Islands.

Th shock set off tidal wave a-

larm as far 3000 miles away in. Ho Honolulu
nolulu Honolulu but officials said there was

no indication giant waves would

result from the temblor. '.
The U.S. Coast and Geodetic
Survey Station here pinpointed the

quake 420 miles southeast of .Fiji

in the Tongas, The estimated pop population
ulation population of the islands is 48,000.'.
The auake. of "maior Dronor-

tlons," was recorded on. seismo

graphs at the University of Cali California,
fornia, California, Berkeley, Calif., 1 and at
the California Institute of Techno Technology,
logy, Technology, in Pasadena. ; v

17 Thought Dead
As; Flames: Level ;
Old Folks' Honied
MONTREAL. April 15 (UP)

Policed and firemen dug into the
ashes, of a 200-year-old home for
the aged today in a search for bo bodies
dies bodies that, was expected to .bring

the toll in a flash fire to 17. ;
The Madame John Henri 1 Rest

Home was gutted within minutes

Saturday night while the elderly
inmates watched television or re relaxed
laxed relaxed in their rooms on the second
floor1 of the two-story stone ? and
wood building. ,.-
A short circuit In power lines
leading to the building, in suburb suburban
an suburban Pointe aux .Trembles,- has be believed
lieved believed to have started the holo

caust. The flames look hold just i

inside the building where the pow power
er power lines entered near the roof.

PHILANTHROPIST AT. T0-Chalk up a second triumph for

-.ixgan uawson, ju, or Kix MiUs, near Zanesviue, Ohio. Five
years ago he fought through infantile paralysis without lasting

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v in me county lair as a t-n juiud project Alter he started
raising an Aberdeen-Angus 'f, he .discovered he was too
; young to enter this year. But he had an inspiration. Now, he'll
, fcell. the calf at maturity and donate the proceeds to the poli
C iwd. Appropriately, the calf's name I "Poly." v M' v ;

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PRESENTS

? Tday, Mnday, April IS 1 5 :
:00 Feature Review
4:30-"-What's Your Favorite (re (re-.
. (re-. quests-rtaken by phona
till 3:00),
6:30 News
4:35 What's Your F a v 0 r 1 1
(cont'df x ' i
0:00 Allen Jackson Commen Commentary
tary Commentary 1
t: 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

6:30 WRUL Rebroadcast
7:00 Over. TO You

-in Mus.li- Bv Roth v J

8:30 Proudly We Hall -

6:00 You Asked For, It (re-

' quests taken by phone

10:30 Cavalcade Of America'

11:00 Concert unaer rne in

12:00 Sign Off

Tomorrow,, Tuetday, Apri U

e'iOO-iSlgn On. Alarm' Cloclt
Club (requests taken

.-by phone uu 7:oo
BftMornlriff 1 Salon Concert

8:15 Church in The WUdwood

8:30 Musical Reveille
fi:0O--News
9:15 Sacred Heart
o-snp&ris Star Time

10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N A L

(Cutex and Odorono) -in-ns
SDins and Needles r

; v quests taken by phone

, .i tm 8:30) : A
H:00 News .
11:05 Spins an d N e e d 1 e
. (cont'd) l
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News
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12:05 Lunchtlme Melodies

12:30 Sweet Ana Hot
1:00 News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
' 1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Forward March v
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Songs From The Shows
3:00 Hank snow And His Rain.
- bow Ranch Boys

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. 4'00Feature' Review

4:30 What'e "y our Favorite

,' ", pnone uu ;uuj ,
SrSO News I ..

8:35 What's tour'F a v o fit

(cont'd)

6:00 Allen Jackson Commen-

tar? "

6:15 BLUK RIBBON SPORTS

? V 1 REVIEW (Pabst Beer)

6:30 On stage. America

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7:00 Interlude For Music

7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN 6CI-

ENCE HEALS ;
7:30 VOA Report From 0.8.
8:00 World Of Jaa
8:30 Life With The Lyons
:00 You Asked .. For It (re

. quests taken by phone

till 7:30)

10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan

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10:45 Temple Of Dreams -11:00
Concert under The start

12:00 Slgtt Off.

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Easter Seal wul have a new,
lot. As shown abort.- the
teals consist of two different ;
desifne. This year"! tale, which
opens March IS and run"
throufh Earler Sunday. April
?l. will mark 38 years of rv-"
ice to the crippled by the Na National
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r FREE-WHEELING Only a few short weeks ago. Joseph
? -Sarzo, 19, was a Freedom Fighter in Hungary. He's a refugee
now, residing in Passaic, N.J., and he's sampling American fun.
't V 'At a Hunter College affair in New York he was tha center of -.,
attention demonstrating lively native dances with 'Rhoda
Parkas; of Clifton, NJL, as his partner. V v

Phoney Dr. Kinsey Lures Lady
Into Telling Marital Secrets

' KINGTON MAGNA. England, A

Dnl 15 (UP) A "phoney" Dr

Kinsev with a confidential bedside

manner yesterday lured Mrs. Vio Violet
let Violet Dickson into disclosing the in

timate secrets of her married me

, ReDortine the hoax today Uie

newspaper "The People" said Vio Violet
let Violet Dickson had just finished feed

ing her nine-month-old baby when

the teiepnone rang.
' V The voice at the other end was
,oft, amooth and transatlantic
Tha manner waa strictly beside.

; He was a doctor; he said.'repre-'
senting the University. Press of A-

merica and nelDine to compile a

British Kinsey report to be publish
ed soon., '
u The People reported Mrs.' Dick Dick-imn
imn Dick-imn as aavine' that the telephone

conversation started innocently and

she ; answered tne tirst ; questions
without hesitation '
I Then : the questions ', became
mora,: and more personal, rd;
,'ually twinging around to the aOK
barratiing and the intimate.
Then she became suspicious, the
newspaper said, and hung up., V

Italian Policeu
Break up Cigaref
Shuiggliiig
'''nnMEJAnrif IS tUPV Italian

police announced today the arrest

ot l39 Tersons, memoers ui a cv-en-year-old
black market cigaret

te smuggling ring, ana lac-euea
nnrfprt American sanester Joe Pi-

ci as one of its three ringleaders.
They claimed the ring pumped
88,000 pounds of cigarettes into I I-taly
taly I-taly in a three-month period from

DecemDer Watt lO r eDruary vi ui
year. ?
Almost all of the cigarettes were
American, they claimed.

The arrested men inciuaea un un-anciers,
anciers, un-anciers, operators. ship-smugglrs,
truck runners and street nedlars,
the policeaaid.
. Plci, one time Pittsburgh, Pe.,
hoodlum who was deporied to his
native Italy in 1946, was named
one of the three leaders of the band
along with Italians in Trieste and

Yugoslavia,-,

Last night an American Embas Embassy
sy Embassy spokesman was reported-to have
said: "We can find no, trace of the
University Press of-America."
Said husband Herbert Dick Dickson:
son: Dickson: "Whether he's really' work working
ing working on soma kind of Kinsey re report
port report or whether he's ut a man
with a dirty mind, if. he phonet
again I'll jolt his bedside man manner."
ner." manner." t

Red Propagandists
Blame Atom Fever
In Europe On U. S.
London,' April is (UP) 4-sovtet
Fu.'Eis today pressed on witn its
campaign against guided- missiles
and nuclear weapons in .NATO

countries, charging the. V P t a 4.1

Mates has transportea "tntonuc lev lever"
er" lever" across the ocean to western
Europe,
' n . ;..
An article in Sovietslaya Bossl Bossl-ya
ya Bossl-ya (Soviet Russia), broadcast by
Radio Moscow, declared:
"The atomic fever is not a Eu European
ropean European sickness. It hai been
brought to western Europe .from
the other side of the ocean."
"Hi is hard, to believe that the
governments of western European
countries,, and especially of small
countries, will implement on. their
own initiative such a mad policy
and one so dangerous for them,"
the broadcast warned in comment commenting
ing commenting on the' transfer of American
guided missiles to NATO.
"It Is cleaV to all what a tragic,
fate can befall these countries
In tha case of thermo-nuclear'
wr" it added.
Tire" broadcast said "the first
bout of atomic fever, shook Britain''
with the publication of the defense
White Paper indicating nu c 1 e a-r
weapons will replace conventional
armaments in- Britain's defense
plans.
"Western Germany has not es escaped
caped escaped the atom fever," the broad broadcast
cast broadcast added. 'Chancellor (Konrad)
Adenauer has again -claimed
grounds, for the Bundeshwer's spe special
cial special needs in atomic weapons."

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.TIES PANAMA AMERICAN ; ; AJf INDEPENDENT PAILX NEWSPAPER

MONDAY, APRIL 15, lSST

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GOVERNOR OF THE CANAL ZONE AND MRS.V POTTER
WILL GTVli. DESPEDIDA FOR AMBASSADOR AND WIFE

' The Governor of the Canal Zone Brig; Gen, William E
. Potter and Mrs. Potter will five a dinner party at their their-I?
I? their-I? home tomororw night, v -- 1 J'
Uuests of honor will be the Ambassador of Peru and;
' Mr, German Aramburu, who will soon be leaving the' Isth.

Ambassador Uruguay
Civaa Cocktail Party

The Ambassador of Uruguay in
Panama, Dr. Felix Polleri and
and Mrs." Polleri gave a cocktail
party Saturday evening at the
Embassy residence for a group of

their friends.
Afterwards they all went to the
iTninn c.nb to take tart in tae

Fan-merican Festival.
i):.:m.. Efnrn Chicaao

. Mist Kaye Feierlein, arrived this
week for a visit with her parents

Vaf.and Mrs. Otto E. reienein

Who reside at Fort Kobbe, C. Z.
fcaye is student of De Paul 0 0-Ivemitv
Ivemitv 0-Ivemitv in Chicago, Illinois and

affiliated with Rho Delta Pi Soror

ity.'
Mrs. Orr, Mr. Falk
Feted At Deapedida
,Mr. ad Mrs. J. A. Fraser were
kosts- last evening at a despedida
cocktail supper party given at
their home in Gamboa. j
Guests of honor were Mr. and
Mrs. G. Carter Orr of Balboa and
Capt, and Mrs. Henry E. Falk
of Diablo Heights who are leaving

Attention Teenagers
LEARN Flips and Lifts In
Rock N Rock Bop, Dig and
Jitterbug combination.
Registration for this type
class April 18th, 10:30
Balboa 'Y'
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Balboa 2-423

the Isthmus soon to make'
homes in the United State?.

their

Nature Study

Gre.up Will See
Mrs. Schull's Color glides
The Nature Study Group of the
Canal Zone College Club will hold
its final meeting tor the Club year
on Wednesday afternoon, April 17,
at 3:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs,
John R. Hammond, 592A Lor o

Place, Ancon. Mrs. H. w. Schull,

Jr. will display her collection of

slides showing birds of the Pana

ma Area. Mrs. D. J. Paolucci will

assist as co-hostess for the occa occasion.
sion. occasion. Farewell Coffee -For
Mrs. Tucker
Mrs. J. E. Johnson of Headauar-

ters, 15th Naval District, was hos hostess
tess hostess at a coffee at the Fort Ama

ddr Officers' Open Mess ,. on Fri Friday
day Friday morning, given as a despedi

da for Mrs. wm. B Tucker, of

Rodman, N. A. D., wife of Capt.

Wm B Tucker, who will com

plete his tour of duty as Comman Commander
der Commander of the Base this month, capt.
and Mrs. Tucker will leave Nthe
Isthmus on May 3rd. Fifty guests

attended the affair. Mrs. Tucker
was presented with a lei of cavna cavna-tions
tions cavna-tions by the hostess.

comfort articles," socks and hand handkerchiefs.
kerchiefs. handkerchiefs. The boxes contained

canay, eggs ana ranous. Approxi Approximately
mately Approximately thirty patients attended.

The hospital committee for t h i s
month were Mrs. Mary Becker,
Mrs. Muriel Black, Mrs. Joan jo'-

Conneii and Mrs. uorotny xnox.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6

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Shrimp Potato Sckd
Is Different Dish

fill

Legion Auxiliary
Brings feaster -Baskets
To Patient
The Red Cross recreation hall
was a scene of much Easter acti

vity when the American Legion
Auxiliary brought1 Easter basket

for the patients at the. hospital.

They also gave tneir monthly

bingo which was .with prizes of

lack aotiaa for Iscluitea ia this
column haute' be submitted in
fypa-wrtrrea form and mailad
tha baa number listed dally In 'Sex

il end Otberwise," er delivered
r ksnd fe tbe office. Notices of
meatinf a cannot fee accepted by
telephone,':
Historical Society ,-' ,"
Will Meet May V

The next meeting of the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Historical Society will be
held Tuesday, May 7 at the Tivo-

u uuest House.
, ere will be two topics for, dis discussion,
cussion, discussion, the first C u t o m and
Posts will be taken by' Mr. Crede

coJhoun and Mr. Wuuam Taylor:

the second, Canal Zone stamps by

juage js. i. r.iateimaa,.

Election of officers will take

Slace at this meetmg. Ail meet meet-lga
lga meet-lga are open to the. public.
Balboa Woman's Club ,' 1
Card Party Committee)
All members of the "card party
committee are requested to be
present at the meeting on Tues Tuesday,'
day,' Tuesday,' April IS at the home of Hel

en Adier, at 9 a m

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Absolutely all the
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Medical Association;

Meets Tuesday

' The 604th meeting of the Mcdi Mcdi-cat
cat Mcdi-cat Association of the Isthmian Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone will be held in Ward 17,
Gorgas Hospital, tomorrow, at 7
fi.m. .. 1 ? ";

There, will be no scienufie pre presentation
sentation presentation at this meeting. It will
be a business meeting for jeport
and discussion of .the Inter-Ameri-

can. ,.nieaicai utnvention held A A-pril
pril A-pril 3,4,:' and 4, 1957,
A buffet dinner sreceded- by ie-

freshmenti will be served by our

caterer. Mr wauacej ati ? p.m.
Color Divlalo A
Of Atlantic Camera n
Club Meets Tonight v '
The Color Division of the Atlan

tic Camera Club will hold ill reg

ular meeting at 7:45 p.m.. tonight

in tne ciud rooms at Mount Hope.

- The usual monthly color slide
competition will be' held., aubiect

General. Guest speaker for the

evening will be Judse E. I. P.

Tatelman who will nresent a slide

show ehtitled "Aboriginal Culture"

wmcn should be both, interesting

ana uuormauvc. . :
The Atlantic, Camera Club meets
every Monday night and guests
are always wekome..';'-,
Newcomers Will l
Meet Aprn 2S ;
The Newcomers will meet at
12 JO p.m. AprU 25 at the Wash Washington
ington Washington Hotel. There will be install installation
ation installation of new officer and, commit-

tees.

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i MEMORABLE DISH from the South is this shrimp and potato) V
; aalad served over crisp, shredded lettuce. f

By CAYNOR MADDOX

NEA Food and Markets Editor

o

Helen Hughes of New Orleans,
a home economist with a flair for
the finest," told us about a shrimp
and potato salad she could never

forget. Here's her recipe:.,,
4'' v ; : '.' V up?
Shrimp and Potato Salad
(Serves 4)
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One!;- Dound new potatoes,

scrubbed, 3 cloves garlic, 3 sprigs

thyme, l stauc ceieryr z not peppers

2 bay. leaves, 1 teaspoon whole

clove, I teaspoon salt, S table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons vinegar, one 8-ounce pack package
age package raw-fnwen fully' peeled, de de-veined
veined de-veined shrimp, : 1 teaspoon salt,

1-4 teaspoon pepper, 1 tablespoon
grated; onion, 1-4 eup minced pars

ley, 2 tablespoons mincea cmves,
2 tablespoons olive oil, 2 table

spoons wine yjnegar. ,,' ..

Cover "botatoes with water : add

next eight ingredients'. Cover arid
cook until potatoes are tender. Add

defrosted shrimp and cook 3 min minutes
utes minutes longer Peel amt cube pota potatoes'
toes' potatoes' mix: .with shrimp; Seasop
with-salt and-pepper; add onion,
parsley, add thives. Combine olive
oil and i vipegar and ..bring to a
Pour i pverv potato and shrimp
mixture and toss lightly with a
fork Chill and serve over crisp,
shredded lettuce. - : i.

And fere's a dish from the West

broccoli souffle: f.
Broccoli Souffle (f serving)
One-quarter cup butler or' mar

garine,! cup sifted flour, 11-4
cups milk,; 1-2 cup grated sharp
American ; cheese, 5 eggs, 1 1-2

teaspoons salt, 1 1-2 cups finely

chopped broccoli,, 1-8 teaspoon

minced garlic, 2 tablespoons lem lemon
on lemon juice. '
Melt butter or margarine, add
flour and mix to a smooth paste:
Add milk and cook slowly over

low beat until thick; stir constant constantly.
ly. constantly. Add cheese.' and cook until

melted. Remove from heat.-
Tv cheese mixture. add yolks

well beaten with 1-2 teaspoon of
the salt. Add garlic, broccoli, and

lemon juice, v Sprinkle egg whites

with the remaining teaspoon oi
sasf and: beat? until stiff, fold in
cheese mixture and mix only un

til blended Bake 60 minutes at

850 degrees F. in well-greased 1

pan with 1 inch of hot water;

TOMORROW'S DINNER' Cream

of shrimp soup, broccoli souffle,

whole buttered baby carrots, split

and toasted rolls, butter or mar
garine, fresh strawberry tarts, col
fee, tea,' milk -k'.f, (

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and vour luck is much better than

ins, u is inougniiui to oner i u u-vide
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don't insist, as some men who en enjoy
joy enjoy fishing don't care much about
rlpnntnff fish.

And your friend might net went
to clean fish he didn't have t h e
fun of catching,

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Self Flly CI Dcccncs

- WHAT'S wrong with' putting in job with pride and pleasure; tha
a hard day's work and being tired I gets along fine and the hardwork

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Management riorum

Will Held Mooting
Tomorrow Night

"The-Management Forum will

hold a meetmg at the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Company Training Cenetr to tomorrow'
morrow' tomorrow' night beginning at 7:30
p m. Memberf are urged to at at-tend.
tend. at-tend. .. .. ,
Kelurah Sobers
funeral Services
Tomorrow Afternoon
Funeral services for Mrs. ITetu ITetu-rah
rah ITetu-rah King Sobers, who died Satur
day in Santo Tomas Hospital, will
be held tomorrow afternoon at 4
p.m. in St. Paul's Church. Burial
will follow in the Jardintde Pas
Cemetery.. .-
Mrs. Sobers, a Barbadlaa. bad

kjn i'l -avral month aJiAerS

wss 68 yCsrs old. A .resident en
the Isthmus since 1913, he wss s

member of the Barbad:an Pro Pro-tressive
tressive Pro-tressive Society, the Edith Cavell
Society and the United Health and

Welfare Scheme.'

She is survived by her hoband.

Joseph B... her sons Lester, and

Simeon Sobers snd Sinclair Trott-

msn 'in the U.S.), and her daugh

ters Erneaa Trottman and Carta fa
Sobers. -.

WASHINGTON, April 15 (VP-

Federal crop Insurance omciais
comnlain that farmers are getting

so. accustomed to. government as-

BiaLautc fcUCJ TV uv....w o"

prospects lor crop Insurance sales
men. '

The federal insursnce program

Is 'somewhat umque" m me gov
rnmint farm BrOBTSm field, Ag-

rirulture Denartment soniciais

explained in a statement uiea wiui
tha House agricultural appropria

tions subcommittee. Farmer! hive

to pay for crop insurance.

They- must W this protection

just as they 00 Otner insurance.
It is not a cse o signing up and
being sssured of cheek for doing
so." officials said. t
But, the crop insursnce officials
lamented, while they've been try try-ina
ina try-ina to sell insurance other Agricul

ture Department agencies nsve

been paying iarmers ror

things as plsntmg conservauop
crops or not planting crops at all.
Farmers Miss Point
'
t h twMi hard to eet farm

ers to recognize that they mjist
psy their wsy . J under the crop
insurance program when they are
not required to make cash con contributions
tributions contributions to get benefits under so

msny other parts oi ine iano pro

gram," tn siaiemcm "uu.
" This is frequently illustrated by
our salesmen being told by farm-
h., if nur croos are that

bad, the government will provide

us some form or rre iu
assisUnce,' crop insurance cIfic-(
lals said. :. 'J

The sUtement. saw reai i i-rress
rress i-rress has been made jn many
.r... but "there is still a long

. in th effort to per

susde farmers to recognise federal
crop, insurance s business-like
ltoDth. Current Mt X e r I-

mental' sovernment crop insur

ance program began in 148. tn-a-hw
nirnirnii to farmer of

IN million dollars have, topped

t

Edit Germans Send
Fleeing Refugees
Back To Budapest
BFRIW.'-April yi'-l!
Cast Cemiaa Kadie ssw today the
Soviet toot Bed Cross a retnra retnra-ed
ed retnra-ed to Budapest 435 Hungsruns
wh fled the country during the
anti Communist revolt. 1
-The -die satd' the refuwes
vma ftrm Norvsv. Den-

mark, Holland ad W'st Germany. .8:30 a.m. Easter FaTnily Fix-ba-

ThpY asked the r.Jt urmaa!nst. it am. easier ruiBina ruiBina-Ped
Ped ruiBina-Ped Cros for help to return to Into and mTon and 7 p.m.
h'ucry and were ent back in -evening prayer cotdtide3 by lsy-

th (art few wefc. mi raaio hm. reaaen.

premium collections by abotit 17

million dollars, officials reported.
Expano Insurance Program
The federal1 insurance program
expanded into S3 additional coun

ties this year, bringing- the number

of. eligible counties to 1,000,. offic

ials said in testimony released by

tne house subcommittee last week

Crop coverage was raised from

$306,742,000 million last year to

ui million dollars this year. It

will go up agata to an estimated

443 million dollars in 1958 wben

the program moves into an addi
tional 50 counties, Asst Agricul

ture Secretary Marvin L. McLain

told the subcommittee.

F. C. McCartney, manager of

we ceaerai wrop insurance corp.,
estimated with his aides that tbe

program will show a nrofit this

year. He estimated nremium coL-

lectioni at $28,333,000 and indemn

ity payments at 25 million dol

lars. 4 .

The cornoration hai lnr

in six of the nine veare Kinrc

lsuoching its current nron-ara. it

last anowea a proilt in 1952. .

Cocoli Episcopal

Church Schedules '. ;

Holy Week Services

The schedule of Holy Week serv

ices for St. Andrews Episcopal
Church, Cocoli, was '-announced
yesterdsy by tbe Rey. William W.
Baldwin. i
A full week has been planned
working toward the Easter Sun Sunday
day Sunday services. t .-.
"Holy Week comunion will be
held Tuesday morning at a.m.
and on Wedresday evening at T
p.m., midweek evening prayer and
reproches. . ; .

Maundy Thursday, holy rommu-J

mou wul be celebrated that eve evening
ning evening at 8 p.m.
The annual three-hour service.

Good Friday will it art st noon
snd ruau until 3 p.m., with medi meditations
tations meditations on escb at tbe Seven words

of Christ, coaducetd by the JUv.

Baldwin.

Saturday at 4 p.m. will be Eas

ter Eve baptism.

EastM- Sunday Schedule nu in

clude T a ro. Holy Coram union.

Paris shows : blouses sewn- to

their t own skirts. For instance: a

flowered chiffon blouse is paired

with a wick woolen -.skirt tati
Pierre Cardin,

Printed rainc-ats are new in

the Paris spring collections. They

blossom with vivid flowers on

shiny black and come with match

ing, umbrellas. j

Fringe is everywhere on the

new : Paris fashions. It goes

round collars and lapels and shows

up on belts and cutis, too

Newest petticoats (and among
the prettiest) for ieen-agers are

made of chiffon draped harem

style. Dreamy on the dance floor,

Tin on keening your white nylon

lingerie white: wash it only with

omer wnue lingerie. jjiuu i a
demon for borrowing color from

other garments.

Roses, roses everywhere. Paris

prints them on silk taffeta and
suggests that you add a couple of
real ones 'to carry that lovely rose

scent.

With a licht summer dress. Par

is suggests a black fur stole. Nice

tor breezey evenings or airconaif

tioned spots.

Little fans that slip easily int

thw pocket of a light, flowered
rnt arA the latest' things from

Paris, very femenine and pretty.
The white starched cuffs tiiat
Paris uses for suits- and dresses

ar matched bv a -bow or- a- nar

row strip of white, usually at the

neckline. w 4 v-

Crena makes a return to fash-

inn -riant alona with chiffon. Pans

shows crepes as light aa chiffon

Itself and as neavy as very neavy

silk. ;,'

at tha miH nf if 9

I ask that Question becatisa tnv

mail is full of letters front" yung
Wives Who CO into salf-nitvinff dm.

tail about vhow hard they work.
.And in the last .year some of
the -women's magazines hava atart

ea pisymg up to this self-pity.

uovcr was a ume, ana
there probably never will be. when

a woman with voune children AiA

not nave to woric hard.
That is iust the nrica nf astah.

lishing a family and giving chil children
dren children a start in life. .Those hard

working years can be happy, con-

ieniea years or iney. can be a mar martyrdom,
tyrdom, martyrdom, depending on how wom

an xeeis.- v

If she takes it for granted that

a family means work and does her

ing years are .soon behind hen

HARD WORK PROPIR
But if she feels 'she is beuir im

posed upon i because nigh finds
h?r weary. and she thinks and talks
about how hard worked and tint

down she is, she soon becomes a
miserable creature.

What's wrong with hard work if

you are youngi and healthy and.
working at the most important job
in the world making a home and
bringing up children?
- That's a question the modern
woman ought to start asking her

self. Because .there are too many
today who are willing to cater to
her feeling of self-pity and frus frustration.
tration. frustration. i

v.

BEAUTY TIPS

If your hair toes' limp'on rainy

Mava oi- An imH steamv kitchen. a

-T-rf- : - . -v. .,.

nin curl home permanent : wiu

nrnhablv civa it the body it needs

Add to this a lanolin type hair to

curl and you'll find you'va elimi

nated straggly, straight

.": Don't ieava all of your lingerie

laundering .for tha weekend. Have
a couple of small laundry sessions
during the .veek to eliminate that
one big .stack of lingerie on Satur-

Never buy a strapless brs by
It. inn Alwsvs have It fitted.

Styles vs.-y so much. that what

may be right for you in one pra

may be all wrong in anouisr.
- aaaawaaaa-aa j '-
Tr vou want to avoid a crepe

nerk in later years, don't dig your

chin into your couaroone as you
read or sew. Keep your chin op
snd be sure yoVve a good work working
ing working light near you. ,

Pane Washer Puis v
Crinip Iii Welcome
01 4 French ikrs
SKli FRANCISCO, April IS v
(UP) The most unusual party
txinimia In a-long time

was the tanc ot tne town

City bigwig were ciusicrcu
k, Ai,r Vrcnrtl movie StSTS U

UVUI .
k. ...nw Tnn a' the Msrk cock-

tad lounge on the 17th floor of

the Hotel Mart Hopxms ye-er
wKm ia rame Sam Halstead, the

window washer.

Laving aside his squeegee, Ssm

m-awUvl through one of the wme

windows ttverlooklng the bay and
threaded through entranced cham champagne
pagne champagne sippers to the side of the

stars, Qeraru rniupe, h.c.u:
Presk. Jean Marais and

cotse AmouL 1

Sam. shook hands briskly wHb

escb one and said: "Welcome tp

Saa Francisco. It's a great enj
to look out on." -

fiam'a aran atea&ni mora or

less took the edge off the

BY MRS. MURIIL LAWRINCI
MRS. BENSON wss rinsing dish dish-towels
towels dish-towels .when her- doorbell rang.

Her visitor was the high school
principal's wife one of the town's
civic leaders., Invited in, she told

Jnrs. Benson about 'some fund fund-raising
raising fund-raising plans to build a new hospi hospital;
tal; hospital; and asked her how she's feel

aDout joining the campaign orga organization.
nization. organization. Mrs. Benson had just asked,
"But what does a block captain
do?" when her 8-year-old son
burst through the front door.
Breathless snd intent on his own
affairs, he ignored his mother's
guest to blurt, "Can I go over be-

nina crown s garage to play ball
with the kids?" -For
a moment his bad Manners
disconcerted his mother. Almost

sue Diurtea. "wnat no vou aav

when you interruDt neoDle Ilka

this?" But pulling herself toeeth-

er, she quickly rejected the temp temptation
tation temptation to rebuke him and embar

rass mm before the stranger as

ne nau emoarrassea ner..
QUIETLY to her euet aha aaid.

"This -is my son John. Please ex-J

cue him for. interrupting us this
way.'' Then to her child, she add added
ed added pleasantly.' ?Yes. you ean so

over to the ball field if you're

careful to get home in; time for
supper.", m

All strain immediately left the'ly in mind

situation. The guest smiled." John
said, "osh, I forgotl; Excuse
me." And his mother experienced
thr nice clean feeling of having.

aone the needed thing. i
A child's bad manners can 1 in inflict
flict inflict social embarrassment on us
only so long as we think ourselves
personally responsible for turning
them into good ones. We are not
so responsible. A11 we're responsi responsible
ble responsible for is keeping our own man manners
ners manners good. .
It is( an immense relief to be s s-ble
ble s-ble ; to accept this truth as tha
principle for teaching manners to
a child. It frees; us at once from

a sense of social strain when he's
around. If he forgets his Please,
Thank You or Excuse Me, we' no
longer feel it necessary, to demand

thera,-

We don't feel obliged' to prova
to guesU, relatives or friends that
we can make him do as he's told. '-

strata his submissiveness to them.
If he forgets his phrases of cour

tesy, we simply speak them for
him. We say, "Please excuse John
from the table. Thank you for let letting
ting letting John look -at' your fountain
pen. Could John have another can

dy, please?'"
v It's not especially considerate to

reprove children before other peo people.
ple. people. In teaching bim the forms of

courtesy, u s a point to hold firm-

40-Yccr-O!J Advcrtbi.-o kilt

Uncovered; Masterminds Arrested

TURING Italy. April 15 fUP)-,

rouce announced today they have

arrested the masterminds at a

giant fraud which lasted 40 years

and netted its' authors an estimat

ed $1,6000,000. t: : t ;

Hundreds of Italian firms in a

dozen citites were among the vic

tims of the racket, based on fal

sified publicity orders. Police ar arrested
rested arrested five men believed to be the

ringleaders, but refused to disclose

their nsmes. '

Police said the racket, which

had been going on undetected

since World War One, worked like
this:',"vv:v.- t v-'

The gang mailed businessme

forms on which to fill out details
of their firm's activity,- to be in included
cluded included "free of charge" In a ton ton-exisTent
exisTent ton-exisTent snmiary.. Most firms fell,
far it. and mailed back' the forms

duly fil.eo. and signed. -

The tricksters then cut cfT tho
part of the papeif with the firm's
signature, cancelled the "free of
charge" stamp and Tenlaced "it
with a false order for an advertise advertisement
ment advertisement in a non-existente magazine.
After some time hai elapsed,"
member .of the gsng called on the
firm wittf the sppsrently authentic
order ted proofs of the "advertise "advertisement."
ment." "advertisement." Most firms thought they
had actually placed the order and
forgotten it. So they paid the bill,
ranging from, 118, to 24,. to uksy

The tricksters cut off the signa signature
ture signature on the proofs and iid it
for another falsa order, and C9 ad
infinitum. t,
It was. 40 years, before some of
the firms began hsving soma
doubts about rt all. La-it November
they alerted polieeiV- -';.-..;

Hbuse Committee 0(( Of Compromise

School Cdnstnictibri

WASHINGTON, April 15 (UP) .it provided aivil 'rights bill'went

to the House floor first, .!
Tbe compromise program would
authorize, the federal government
to spend 400 million, dollars ayear
helping states built schools. Tha
states -would be required to spend

"official welcome" bestowM oa
the stars by Mirer George

Christopher.

Cops Climb Tower
To Arrest Sniper

The House' Education Committee

almost certainly will approve a

compromise two-billion -dollar

school construction program, a U-

mted Press survey showed today

The survey also indicated the

30-man committee will reject any

proposal to add an anti-segrega-

uon amendment to the legislation.

However, the bill's chances of

House oasiaee were resented as

slim. Perhaps its most serious na-

sara u the economy drive.

The committee' formally -started
work on the bill last Thursday.

But It voted 15 to 10 to delay fi

nal cuon until early next month.

A svrvey tiewe mar it cam cam-mitta
mitta cam-mitta wiewbers enarally favar
a compramiae measure drafted
by a subeammittee recently. It
lactuda features frm bath
PratMani EUanha war's sckaal
aid prpl and, mare exter.
siva Oamacratie swbstiKrta.
Seven members ssid they oppos

ed the legislation: one member

endorsed portions of tt and three
ere undecided.

Ten members said they would

support sn amendment to forbid
use of federal funds in school dis-

Ta .Fati ( pr-Jii red tro! ine spuai rr.iwrtn s f c 'r

,nn ewrtinue iu s-4 acjca, tne runt wi : tate r s'e v

tricU- maintaining segresfateo
schools. Opposed were 17. Three
members tatd they had sot de decided
cided decided bow they would vote.
Such so amendment help kill a
similar bill in the HouseMast
year. President Eisenhower speci specifically
fically specifically asked that it be kept out
of the m enure this year.

MELBOURNE. Australia, April! Three committee members wno

IS UP Police ia the western supported the amendment last
Virtoria tewa of Honsham 1 a s t year Reps. Frank Tbompson Jr.
sight llimbed a 100-foot wer tffw- 'D-NJ.), Elmer Holland (D (D-er
er (D-er to srrvst a msn perrirg tHe Pa., snd Edit Green (D-Ore.).
smrounci.rg sra r shot. ad they would vote Sfsinst it

Bef-ire tambine the t-er tie tr.;i year

a like amount.

cb 'tnsa shot hi own d"f a 3 wouiwed .r. Green eua eua-i
i eua-i ere f-o ia the am. -a ur r rev:

Hopss For Tax Cols :
Dashed By Ike's E
Eccncblc Adviser
' WASHUJaTbjr; Apra .is otp
President Elsenhower's cbi
economic ad-riser doused cola
water today on hopes for tax re re-lief
lief re-lief this year.
' But t h e : of flclai Gabriel
Hauee. held out hopes for a tax
cut later. He said the adminis administration
tration administration Is determined to seal
down federal spending to tha
potnt where a tax reduction
would be nossible durtna the la-s
three vears ol Ksenhower s sec second
ond second term.
" "Haue-e aald orr a teJevtrfon
nroerain yesterday, however,
that m surolus of "severs 1 t!l t!l-Bon
Bon t!l-Bon doUars' will have to b la
sivht before he would to Altintc
with tax cuts .
He said that "not all or evetl
hair of the biUkm dollars
which the House knocked out of
the btidsret will result In lower
iDndip next ea'.
- Sen. Hubert H. Humnh-ev pre

dicted on ssnther television nrtv

eram vetfrdav that te Fit
win reo-e fw.e of t!-.eTT--"'

.rvts. f. ir:c''3 re w..i !-
i hr artwerj fr :i in a to rvt r
. rt rt c' t:. f,r ;s I : i.



Socidt :and ; Otherwise

. it Our Tiuoi Branch Store Only!
SPEOAL REDUCTION of a large group
(Book (Bne,
of Our

, -
tntllHn 1
"f Officers
Af Pott 33$ V.r.W.

; Installation of officer took place
at 73Q p.m. Friday at Post 3835
; V,FiW; in the Post Home at Coco-
li, Canal Zone. 1
SUPERB
CNOCOLATY
Gh tdy for real treat!
, jutt add 2 bating te.fooos
. of rich QUIK pom to
fentg lass of coW mil stir
nd driok checolaty,
thotolaf flatom- I1 d
. ray4wail '
; You'll Ipre the way QUIK,
'. Mixes tastaatly without
4. beatisif or bother. Makes
wonderful hot driok too.'
" Ymt grooar has cod ir
coaonicaL Get QUIK
. today aad treat the family.
WTTH THAT f AMOUt
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A large crowd was present for
the ceremony. A buffet supper
was served and music was fur furnished
nished furnished by the Cotton Pickers, a
local hillbilly band. -
Honored guests present were Su Su-zie
zie Su-zie Witze, president Women's Aux Auxiliary
iliary Auxiliary Post 3822, Mable Alexander,

Women s Auxiliary r o s t
Frank Kankow, Post Commander
Pist 40, J. Warford, Dept. Senior
vice-com m ander 4 V. B olenson.
Dept. Jr. Vice-Commander, Post
3855, W. Arnold, Dept. Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Officer, Red Huffman, Chief
of Staff and Post Commander.
Installing officer" was past Post
Commander John Kotalick, assist
ed by outgoing post commander
boi Kaplan. t 4
', New officers Installed for the
coming year are D.avid H. Searle
Jr.. Post Commander,- William R.
Stairs, Senior Vice Conjdr., Hugh
E. Mac : Cranaghan, William &
Atnol d, Post Quart ernaster,
G EORGE W. Alexander, post ad
vocate and post adjutant. William
E. Monroe, post chaplain, ; Fred
waener. post surgeon. toi napian.
3-vear trustee. Joe R. Galloway 2
year truestee, Paul Tbimpson 1 1-year
year 1-year Trustee, Cbarles Lest e t,
Chairman House Committee; lia
rold Laffey. Public Relations Offl
cer:- Frank Wadrazka. Post Serv
ice Officer; William Kent; officer
of the day: .James -T. Wimpee,
guard?, Michael P. Mikulak, assist
ant quartermaster;, Charles Lester,
assistant adjutant;' James H. Fee Fee-ly,
ly, Fee-ly, legislative officer and Richard
Kuilo, patriotic, instructor. :
X u i r ( ti
Enraged Mob Stones
Police Alfempling
To Hab Pickpockets
XOailMILCO,, Mexico, April 15
(UP) Secret agent Valentin
1'uDetin admitted today hec'might
have made a mistake when he
tried .to arrest three child -pickpockets
amidst a crowd of tour-
lts in Mexico's famous "floating
uaraens. ,
An aherv mob of 2.0&0 honsel
wives and storekeepers, believing
the officer a kidnaper, chased)
MuUeton with a barraje of sticks
an.l stones to the town police sta station.
tion. station. Then they. threatened to burn
down the jailhouse and lncta hm.
A "'merchant; ': Mario Arizmendi,
tried to quiet the shouting, scream
in; throng. He was stoned and
stabbed for his efforts; His condi
tion was serious. ,
Before olicexplanaticms fnal
ly. restored order,'. 4he tliree sub-
teen age pickpockets escaped.-
Pontiff Receives: -Jop
Envoy Seeking
End Of Atom Tests
"VATiCAPf 'crry.'AoM'k'ftrpy
Pope .t Pius XII today' received
in private audience the, special
envoy' Japan sent to Britain to
urge suspension of the forth
coming British H-bomb tests in
th.?outh..f acific,,,,.!
The i pontiff i eotderrti 'tof 'lSl
: i . i t r I
uitnuics wiiu jnasaigsni xaaisu-
shlta, .who is on his way back to
Tokyo. with Prime .Minister Har Harold
old Harold Macmillan's reply to- a per
sonal appeal from Premier Nobo-d
suke Jusbl to call off the nuclear
Britain has turned down ; a
series of Japanese .appeals to
cancel the tests 1 scheduled 1 this
spring at Christmas Island. ; i
Vatican sources said they did
imt expect the Pope to take any
specific measures, with Britain on
the subject,
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By United Prts
The drama of the American Rev Revolution
olution Revolution and the afterpiece when
the Republic as we know it was

formed provide material for two
books of history, both of ; the" so-
called popular vanety.
- The books in their chronological
order are: Rebels and Kedcoats
by George F. Scheer and Hugh F.
Rankin Word) and The Men
Who Made The Nation by John
Dos Passos (Doubleday), another
of the Mainstream of America se series.
ries. series. Both were written with an eye
for general readers rather than
scholars, although scholars will be
interested an likely critical fo
both,
Rebels and Redcoats is a fast fast-moving
moving fast-moving narrative, of the War for
Independence from Concord to
Yorktown. Much of it is told in the
words of partcipants and eyewit eyewitnesses
nesses eyewitnesses troin bucK privates to Gen General
eral General Washington, Both authors are
professionals at writing, Scheer it
former newspaperman and Ran
kina research associate at WUUa
burg, Va.
.Dos Passos. who started writing
ii novelist and worked his way
to tistory, starts where Rebel and
Redcoat leaves off Yorktown.
The books overlap on that chanter
Dos Passos writes interestinelv as
usual, his book is studded with
little gem 1 of anecdotes.5 Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, Franklin. Jefferson and Ham
ilton come through as more than
names under Do Passos'-touch,
, His treatment of Jefferson is
sympathetic as would be expected
from his previous book about the
aage oi Monticeuo. Hamilton is
treated with even-handed Justice,
as might not be expected from nns
Passos, who has a history of liber
al leanings.
But all of Dos Passos chane.
ters are not the big names of the
ume. xaany utue people Come in
for treatment, too
Howard Nemerov. who mieht h
descrihffil iii. iKrt ...
. nwisi,
miniaturist, chooses for the set setting
ting setting of his latest noveL The Horn.
coming Game (Simon. I Schuster),
tne campus of a small college,
and uses it skillfully aa barkdrnn
for his small-seal examination of
the dilemma of a moral man in
action. Cbarles Osman i a wholly
reason able history -professor,
.wuubc omy reacuon xg. tne lact
that he has failed ; the college's
ae football star on. the eve of the
season's biggest game and thua dis disqualified
qualified disqualified him from nlav. is ta a
void the inevitable trouble, and
please all parties. The pressure by
siuuem groups ine college presi
dent, alumni, and others only
serves to make Osman's position
and the possibility of gracefully
tciiiaiaiiug uio piaerw.nier omi omi-cult.
cult. omi-cult. A air of surprise revelations,
however, more or less extraneous
to -the problem a stated, crowd
Nemerov off the straight-amf har.
row of dispassionate examination
oi motives nnderlrinr "moral" be
havior into a somewhat ; too pat
ugni comeay witn serious over
tones.! ine wriUng, too, tends to
become excessively .precious, as
If the author no longer knew quite
wnere oe was going.
Another college, here identifiprt
as Cornell, iis at the center s of
inaries jinompsoo's promising de-
Dut. auway juown tne u t-a l p s
(Harper). The novel itself it. a
rather hopeless melange of auto
oiograpny, waicner in tne Rye,
and the "beat"', generation. Dave
Pope is drummed out of his small
Massachusetts hometown for .se .seducing
ducing .seducing rich young Ann Carlin.
to Cornell where she follows him,
and trails puppylike after her as
she drags her neurotic littls body
from one bed to the next. He tries
to be more than a "grubby "hick,"
dui succeeds, tnrougn all the tra travail,
vail, travail, jazx, quiet heroism, and
drunkeness, only in chidish postur
Thompson's grasp of style and
tempo is excellent and his charac characters,
ters, characters, particularly Ann, often come
to life. The book's only, and onit
excusable, fault is iu .momewhjt
pauuui immaturity.
Princess "Margaret
Billy-Wallace Sard ?
Just Close Friends A
LONDON, April tS (UP The
tahli.ic Sunday, Pictorial yester
day squelched -London's eupids
wlio for weeks have trintad urped.
and predicted that Princeis Mar
garet win marry man-about -town
Biiiy wauace. x ..
""They are not secretly engsg-
ed, the Fictonal s front pa gs said
in bow betters.
"Tbey do not contemplate ever
becoming engaged. They have
"The reason," the Pictorial e-
lemnly announced, "is thst they
are pot m love.
Thirty-year old WalLaca, who
doesat have to work te earn a
living, has been Margarei't cons constant
tant constant companion since shortly after
she gave op group-Captaui Peter
TovLsend. . .
. The couple have been to dances.
parties and the tneaterv and Lrn-
dra gossipisis Dive xnowingiy
bren saymg there is tire twhind
aU Uat smoke.
Yesterday, the Pictorial declar-
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"It is time to silence tbst prst prst-l
l prst-l that- is bringing anisry to
Prices Margaret aod Mr, Bffly
llace.."
Thr are "just goid fripd a
phrase which corses fnn the fc'ca
: et auivniy, t e i ;ctani an ante
te ante creed.

NfeW SPRING B6NN?T Mr. Mamie Elsenhower,, wearing
heK-new sprlnK bonnet,- smiles during a receptlon-at the Wnlte
House.' Mrs. Joseph McCarthy, wife of the .Wisconsin Senator,
denied that he had snubbed an' invitation to appear at Mrs,
Eisenhower', traditional, sprlnir luncheon lor fiepate YWlyes.
She explained her. failure-to attend the fuoction by saying she
did not receive an invitation until the last minute, apparently
' through a mix-up in her husband's office. : i .- ,..

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MONDAY.. APRIL 15,;13S7
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AjJf illl IMURDEROUS MELVIN -Bn-'
' 25 I t i4L v 5 I & kf 1 tamweight champion- Melvin

J J -U V. T'-,; i"" icision win over 'loto Ibarra1 Jastl

i ? -s 4. o! i is iii6i w canes lutiii uiiuugu Uie

u s- J'- i i I rope in tne last round-of the

" I Zmff 1" I I scheduled 15-rounder, asferee
Z &V jRogclio Pinzon struggles to lift

Cha llengers Tra irier S&ys
,4 Cuts Inflicted By Butts J
' ; ; , By J. HARRISON JR. i' ; ;
. Bantamweight champion, Melvin Bourne1 was
'living it up" today and the dusky resident of the
Chorrillo district had a good reason to be celebrat celebrating.
ing. celebrating. ( . s 1
' 4 Last night at the Olympic Stadium he punched
and roughed his way to a 15-round split decision
win over Toto Ibarra to retain his crown before what
veteran observers called the largest crowd to attend

a local boxing match, in 13 years.

I
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Hi

MURDEROUS MELVIN i Ban

tamweight champion- Melvin

tiourne. who successfully defended

his crown by scoring a split de

cision win over Toto Ibarra last
night, wrestles Ibarra through the
ropes In the last round- of the
scheduled 15-rounder, as Teferee
Rogclio Pinzon struggles to lift

the champ off. An instant before
the shot was made, Bourne had

rubbed a thumb in a deep cut o

ver Toto's eye, which Ibarra's cor corner
ner corner claimed was caused by a' butt
in the tenth : heat. At- left, the

fighters slug it out, as' b 1 o o d

streams down Ibarra's left eye. A
huge crowd, described as the larg largest
est largest in 13 .years, took in the four-

bout card promoted by. Sidney A-

rias ot caras nuevas,

The champion. 117- 1-4, employ'

ed a combination of right, and left

hand punches, superior reach, a

bobbins head, and effective elbow

ing and. wrestling tactics to over

whelm a valiant Ibarra wno. weigh

ed 117 pounds.

Jorge Molina Acosta, Ibarra's

mapager-trainar, was bitter' to.

da. a ha pointed to four cuts en

Tote's face and liaad which the

trainer said were "caused by

buttl."

Referee Rocello Pinzon warned

the champion three times during

the bout for what he called "foul
tactics," and twice between rounds.

Molina appealed to the armter.
" Off to an 'early start. Bourne

took the-four first rounds easily as

he shook the challenger with so solid
lid solid blows and made him miss re

peatedly as the short-armed Iba Ibarra
rra Ibarra had difficulty finding the range.

Ibarra looked good from tne

'fifth to the ninth heats as Bourne

appeared to tire, m tnese rounas

the 20-year-old Chiriqui Indian

pounded the champ while forcing

the fight all the way.

Early in the tenth a cut appear

ed over the challenger's left eye.
Blood streamed into the eye and
washed the referee's once-w h 1 1 e
shirt, and from there on in the
champion took all of what Toto of

fered, landed some hard punches,

clowned and wrestled tne cnauens-

er through the ropes.

A delay of some ten minutes lor

the announcement of the judges

decision while the Boxing Commis

sion checked score cards and con

suited each other, caused bewil

derment among the huge crowd.

Using the "ten-petat-musr ays ays-tern,
tern, ays-tern, udge Freddy Middletea and

I'm ?! fT A TO O m Q AGiU.HOW 07fAcd

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Enrol Flynrr and. Cornell -Borchers
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THEMAN WHO
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Alao:
BACK TO
' ETERNITT

the ..referee voted for Bourne
while judge David Amade saw
Ibarra at winner, to make the de decision
cision decision two-to-one in" th cham cham-pion's
pion's cham-pion's favor. , ri
But the total amount of points
for each fighter was; the same
and that caused confusion among
the commission as to what was
the correct verdict.
The bout, got underway after i

heated discussion between Alfredo

rerez( Ibarra's second, and Aubrey
ry 1 i.r j ...

vvujo; tvouurun aDout tne man

ner in which Woodruff was tying

oournes Eioves. xne referee's in

tervention settled the matter.

A big upstir was created at the

National Gym during weiehine-in

ceremonies at 11 o'clock yesterday

mornmg. iDarra s trainer insisted
k.dt Auarne go on the scales for a
second time because, the trainer
claimed, he had not 'been called to

check the champion's weight.

The commission refused to cede

to the demand since, they said,

Aioiina snouia nave been on time.
The Panama Secret Police to today
day today war investigating com complaint
plaint complaint from promoter Sidney A.
riai- that counterfeit tickets were
sold last night,
Arias said he had several pho phony
ny phony tickets that were almost per perfect
fect perfect replicas of v the legitimate
ducats, with the exception of one
small detail.
According to Arias 1 the crooks

sold bleacher tickets for 75 cents

instead of fl, and ringside patrons
could take in the program for $1.50,

instead of S2 and S3.

Arias estimated that the gate
should have been at least $4000. Actually-it
was $3,434. 8 1
In other fichts Enriaue Peres.

125- 3-4. came off the canvas In the

second round to score an unpopul

ar soiit decision win over Tito Mar

shall, 123, in the six-round semifin

al, rerea avenged a defeat he sui-

fered to Marshall last year.

la another match also-scheduled

for six heats, Edwin Sykei, 118,
racked mp his seventh straight win

when he. made abort work of X-

duardo Campbell. 118-1-2. with a

first round kayo. '

Camnbell. who took r runt cross

under an ear, was counted on his

back while be kicked a partly para

lysed leg.-

Salvador Moiinar. izv- 3-4 tk.u

ed Gregorio Martinez, 122- 1-2, in

the last session of a scheduled

four-rounder, in the, curtain raiser.

SPEARFISHING CATCH Giant groiiper and dog tooth snapper like the ones shown above. 1
will bejhe target of many underwater spearfi shernien in : the forth-icomlng i Annual Under'
water Spearfishinft Tournament to be held at Taboga Island, Easter, weekend April- 20: 21.
Speared last weekend by Will Reese (left), while fishing with Pete Moncado and -Tom Tal-,
mage -near Taboga, the 100 lb. fish is ample Droof that competition will be keen during; this
years Tournament. All three divers are, members of the El Panama Skin Diving Club, spon sponsors
sors sponsors of th meet, Further details may be had by contacting Mrs. Arlene Abott at Box 875'
OUrUndU, C.Z. ... fPhntn h Al R,.iuiM.)

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CC:8-WILSON; GRIFFITH
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Of all the heart-stopping jj
moments the screen has I
liMiil,f UA..ruir ic C

wivvyui iwu iiii ij
THE MOST TERRIFYING!

BROTHER
,; against
BROTHER
BLOOD-FEUD
. .Riding
Roughshod'
"Across; the

Rockies!

IMWlMti 1 1

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TOKYO... V
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The screen turns a car car-ingspotlight
ingspotlight car-ingspotlight on the na
tion's least knownmost
dangerous man

KCVCAU ?
, WlWlMNB-i V i
but r X
NAMUI VV v
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THE PRIVATE
LIFE OF A

PUCUC ENEMY

WHO ALMOST
IIAf.TED HIS
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PRESIDENT!

MM,

IKJOT JlffPiffi rte??" S three length, In

Guard

-vi gecuuu pinte uuuucr micienaea w easiJv,; win yesterday' a nnn h.j w.fA..i

richest race
Classic,

Classic. The victory established Chiroke as an, early favorite 'to

May l the $15,000 added one mile and a

half

President

win the season's

of the Republic

i

Qilfom

Gbss

c;

Wins National Guard

Crews Hill In "Cap

The Stud Colon Boys -added tro

phy No. 3 to their growing collec-

nun yesieruay aiiernooa w n e n

classy British colt Chiroke 'raced

to a- relatively easy victory,' in the

$3,000 added one mile and a quart

er. National Guard Classic at the

President Remon racetrack f
f V cVntideiit'! okVy Ruben "Ca "Caliche".
liche". "Caliche". Vttquai rated his mount,
third for about three-quarters the
distance then gave him his head.'
At this point, Chiroke. shot past
aecond place Melandex and front front-.running
.running front-.running Double Four,, opened '1'
throe length lead and easily held,
It. v! ', '
Melendes came on to finish sec second
ond second by five lengths ahead of late
closing Surumeno and Mossadeq.
Double Four faltered badly in the
homestretch to lose, even the short shortest
est shortest end of. the purse. Posiblemente,
Pappa Flynn and Plateado trailed
in that order. y .
The winner, "on odds-on mutuels
choice, returned and $2.00. He

Today Encanto 35 20
Jayne Mansfield HT
The Girl Cant Help It f
; with 15 Rock 'n RoU Stars!
in Cinemascope I
.' 'Hush Marlowe tn"'-i.V
THE BLACK WHIT ..

Today IDEAL 20 .10
Richard Wldmark In
, 1. BACKLASH
.. Ann Sheridan In -,
"STEEL TOWN

snappy

second

turned the distance in a
2.03 1-5 four-fifths of a
off the track rernrri

The secondary attraction i the

Jfan-American Dar Handicap

was won by President Ernesto de

la uuardia's promising Irish colt

crews HUI. -v: ..-v.5 .-
The President's e-, ahoavy
mutuels favorite, had to over overcome
come overcome a long early load by Very
good but waa equal to the task
and wont on to sporo by two
lengths. ..'-.

Steadily Improving apprentice
rider Heliodoro Gustines again
took top saddle honors with three

victories aboard Justina; Aoa

che and Dawn Song. Douglas Cor Cortes
tes Cortes was the runnerup with two wins

The dividends:'
'" first RACI
1. Justlna $7.60t $4
Joe $4.-
SECOND RACK
$. Minuendo J4.20, $4.
2. Display Song $12.60.'
First Double: $21.-

THIRDHACI.
; 1. La Pampaninl $5.40r ZMf
2. Certamen $2.80. -m
, One-Two: $14.M '
FOURTH RACI 1 1
.1 Mimi $7.40, $4.40.' f
, 2. Que Lindoi $4 ;

' wumioia: i.av
FIFTH RACI .. j
1. Apache $3.20 $2.40.
2. Don Brigido $2.40.
SIXTH RACK J
, 1. Dawn Song $7.80, $3.40.
2. Tony $3. r t
' SEVENTH RACI
1. Crews Hill $4.40, $2 60.
2. Verygood $3.20. '
, : Second Double: $14.
,, EIGHTH RACE
-'1. Black Bee (e) $5.60, $S.60.
2. Julie (E).
, Qulniolat $14.20
NINTH RACI

1. ; Chiroke $3, $2.60,
2. Melendei $4.60.
:- ;v Ono-Two: $10.40

" TENTH RACE
. 1. Suntonner $5.80, $3.60..
1. El Fakir $7.20,

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Pittsburgh Pirates Champs
Of 1957 Grapefruit' Circuit

-EASTER WEEK-

' In this selection of pictures we present the most varied and sensational stories from the sacred "DAY OF TRIUMPH to a peak of
excitement that no man, no camera has ever captured before, H"HE SHARKFIGHTERS," Drama of the West in which affection and
loyalty between two brothers' Is brought into conflict when one of them turns out to be en outlaw end cattle rustler, "GUN BROTHERS."
Ripping from Tangier, to Frisco, to Tokyo, to Macao smashing the world's biggest crime syndicate wide open, "FLIGHT TO HONG
KONG." The man who climbed from a bar-room brawler to behind the scenes boss.Y. who put his man in the U.S. Senate and almost
?omed his own president, tTHE BOSS." ,t ,i ... , ,: ,'

DRIVE-IN
IS, TODAY iS
i LAST DAY!.

NEW YORK. April IS. (UP)

Tne Pittsburgh Pirates are cham.
pions of the 1957 grapefruit cir

cuit.- : r-

Despite their 4-3 loss to Detroit

yesterday. Bobby crsgans crew
finished the spring with a record

of 20 victories and 10 defeats a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst major lea true opposition

Jim Flnigan's two-run homer pros

video the Tigers margin of victo

ry in yesterday's game at Cnarles Cnarles-.on,
.on, Cnarles-.on, W.Va.- t.

' Cleveland topped the American
League clubs with a 19-14 record

arter tuppinf Milwaukee, 5-4, yes

terday at Milwaukee. Al Smith

three-run homer was the key blow

lor toe Indians.

Brooklyn, which finished last in
the National League with a 16-17

; slate, wound up it exhibition sea

son with a 2-1 victory over the
Yankees at Yankee St a din m.
Soothpaw Jotinny Podres was cred credited
ited credited with the triumph.

I Bill Taylor's two-run homer in

the 11th inning powered the Giants

to a 6-5 victory oyer the Onoies
at Baltimore. Md.. while the Phil

lies defeated the Bed Sox, 4-1 at
Bostoa with Southpaw Curt Sim

mons receiving credit for the tri triumph.
umph. triumph.
The Cubs twrpt their two-gsme
city series with the Wnite Sox,
beating the American Leapoera, 4 4-1.
1. 4-1. on a combined thr art effort
by Tom Poholsky. Dave Hillmaa
and Vito ValentinettL
The Cardinals and Athletics split

a coubleheader at-St. ixmis, na,

tb Redbirds taking the opener.
7-3, and Kansas City winning the
nightcap, 1-0, as Mickey McDer McDer-moott
moott McDer-moott and. Arnle Portocarrero eol
laborated in. a six-hit shutout
Cincinnati wound up its training
season with a 4-2 victory over -Louisville
of the American -Assa-
ciation while Richmond of the In-
ternatkmal League crushed 1 1 a
Washington Senators, 12-4. v
The final spring standings: ;
NATIONAL LIACUl'--

TEAM

Pittsburgh (
Milwaukee
New York
Cincinnati
Philadelphia

Chicago

Brooklyn

St. Louis

- 20.1O .4CT

11 .821
14 JSS
14 J7
14; .561
l .ot

17

II
20
19

.18
IS
17 i

U 17

.joe
.48S

AMERICAN LIAOUI'

Cleveland

New York
Chicago j
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington
Detroit

12
10

14
15
'18
J9
17
19
IS

jrrt
'.438
.424
4i

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INCLUDES MAJOK IFAGUI
COMPETITION ONLY
Receiyers: 1 J

Brooklyn 1 17.

Also mXe vr ctgoi avre
00 instead of .4C.

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a' 'MAKES ypli. HUNGRY The legs belong to Tony Kubek.'
mere rookie jvith the Yankee, But on the Detroit1 bench1
Manager Jack Tighe's wish-he-were-mme look tells you Kubek Kubek-.
. Kubek-. is a typical Yankee SUttium player. A

, JOE WILLIAMS

- Vnless the Florida courts rule otherwise Strutting Saul SHr

berman Is lost to racinjf for food. . or bad. dependhic on

: : the .oint -of ylew, q- ;

1his, U the" bouncy; bomhaitlo gentleman who became the
eavy-of 'every "horse player in the world last spring, when he

revealed ne not oniy had' nis own: pnvaie DeinnR macmne dui

that .Jtie. used marxers insteaa or money to ieea

xtnediratlnv-''d-WM!tieei las' president of Tropical Park,

Miami; the state racing commissioners had demanded that, he

showcause 'why-Ms' license shoum not be revoKea. J- : i."

? What followed at the hearings was a hilarious force drama

out ot three' men on a horse by uet Kicn wuick wamngiora.
It was -worthy of a much larger stage and a more discerning

audience.; .j -(

lit: Silbermari, a newly minted millionaire., via FHA wind-

fan profits, identified himself as a man wno woma -ramer oei
than eat," and since he appeared to be about the best-fed man

In the spacious room no further details were neeaea.-j-.r- --.?
('-.''. a-r. 4
'"It'vtan ttftT.ei there were flays he1 bet $20.CCO. One race
was mentioned where he bet $7000. r He was described as a
"nlne-race man" who warmed no en daily doubles for a full

day's plays; 400 $10 tickets on various, doubles combinations

was habitual. People wondered it he had ft built-in Fort Knox.
The commissioners, we. noted at the time, were particular
It Interested in the testimony of Maurice J. Hlrshstein, retired
Cleveland businessman currently serving as a "good-will am am-bassadqr
bassadqr am-bassadqr for Mr, flilberman,,. 'He keeps people APP74;;

Th 70odd calls .-made over' Mr, BUberman's private phone
to Phil Oerson.i convicted Cleveland i bookmaker,! caused the

commission to suspect there might have been duty wont at me

crossroads. i specifically, the acceptance of come-back money,

the dissemination of racing lniormation. (track conaiuons, joc
ey changes, etc.), tr, both. , v n, v l
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What Handicapper! .v! v, i jj

Sillv people. -All" Mr. Hlrshstein ever phoned hl Cleveland

friend for was to get his "figures". he's the best handicapper
: In the business". . "Yes, even better than Klng-ston 8am Aato-

lus. Sam (The Genius). Lewin and Vincent MeuericK. anree

. acknowledged' pros.i :?' -.r-Z-ir- --rh ".-

' Mrj:v Hlrshsteln's man must' bave been heel on wheels: he
wasn't interested in anvthinr but the horse's name; be dldnt

ears who rode the horse, or whether the track was blinding

. fast mr swimmhir in mid. To surcest. therefore, that Mr. Sil

' ; berntan's private phone was bein used to disseminate racing

- tuformatlon in violation ef commission rules and state names
was preposterous. ..--.-j--. ,. '. : ; -v-.

Maybe so. ,;-but what the i commissioners eouldn't get
throueh their collective noesins was why. Mr. Astolus (of

1 Kingston, N. Y.) got so many calls from the Oerson number
within minutes after Mr.. Hlrshstein had called the Cleveland

bookmaker oopai i Figure man..,., t .,., : ,-. ;
The commissioners finally concluded there had to be some
, connection between the calls and that it couldn't be In the best
-. Interests of Florida racing, so they ordered Strutting Saul to bit
the road and -take his. "good-will ambassador" with hint ,'

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Omldn'fMako It Here

' There, is at least this to be said in commendation of the
peoole in charge of New York racing they do try to run an
ethically correct track.' Just what kind of hanky panky was go going
ing going on at Tropical park we can't say. But whatever it was, It
eouldn't happen here. r.-t ,
! Mr. Silberm'an's eeneepiion' ef 'race-track operation Is,' ( be
restrained, somewhat nnerthedox. It was, for instance, incom incomprehensible
prehensible incomprehensible to bhn that TriKrer Mike Ceppella an elder states,
man of hoodlnmlsm, would be denied entrance to the track.. He
told the commissioners: "It's a shame to take this man off the
track..: He bets bljr money and be don't hart nobody."
1 Whether Mr. Bilberman would get a better break in the
courts In speculative. .For one thing, the courts can force the
mysterious Gerson to take the stand. The commlwioners
eouldnt. They weren't able even to present his deration
much to their' regret' for It disputed his pal Hlrshsteln's
testimony in several interesting particulars.

lice Tosses
Pitch From
1st Base Box;
'.. By .ERNEST -B ARC ELLA
! WASHINGTON; f April 15 (UP)
Washington has its once-a year

moment oi baseball glory today.
For the pennant-starved nation's
capital, that moment comes at It

25 p.m. (EST) when the President

oi me uniiea states mrows OUi
the ceremonial first ball inaugur

ating tne' 4M JWajor League sea

President Eisenhower, right-

bander, will be performing the hon honorary
orary honorary chore for' the fifth straight

year from the presidential box be behind
hind behind first base. -"
This will b the signal for
pair of 100-1 shots -4h. Wash Washington
ington Washington Senators end Baltimore
Orioles to undertake what tor
them appears a tut i la quest for forth
th forth American League pennant.
They delegated the v coveted
starting asfignment to two ert ert-(While
(While ert-(While relief pitchers Beb Chaka Chaka-les
les Chaka-les (4-4) for Washington and

' Skinny Brown (9-7) for Balti-

The other Major' League teams
open their teason tomorrow. ;
"A nice day for baseball" was
the weatherman's forecast for to

day's special' opener at Griffith

Mamura sunny ana tempera

tures near 60.
More than 27,000 persons, includ

ing most of the government's top

brass; were set to watcn Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower carry forward a custom es

tablished in 1912 by another Re

publican President. William How

ard Taft, who threw out the first
"first ban." ' 1
Eisenhower, will have a chance

to pull the GQP even with the

uemocrats in opening aay pnen pnen-ing
ing pnen-ing performances.' Washington has
won 10 of 18 openers1 presided ov over
er over bv a- Democratic chief execu

tive, while the Republican record

for the home team is -. ,'
But an Eisenhower will be root'

tog against an -Eisenhower at to today's
day's today's game. The President's broth

er, Kagar Kisennower or xacoma
Wash.: will be cheering for i

Baltimore victory from a- box seat
near the visitor's, dugout. ) Edgar
"adopted' the Orioles while watch
tag them during spring training at
Scottsdale, Arls.j where hr vaca-

tionea. 1

The ball used by Elsenhower
today will be enthrinsd In base
ball's Hall ef Fame at Cooper.
town,? N.Y., ev the i millionth
manufactured ifor'i the Major

Baltimore and! Washington will

field practically the same teams
which finished sixth and seventh
respectively last 'year. The only
newcomer-in either startiiig toe

up is 29-year-old "rookie" Car

Powis. BalUmore right fielder.

Third baseman Brooks Robinson

played 13 games ,xor we unoies

la at. season. r-.s..-.. .c--1 r if,

The only difference between the
1950 and 1957 Washington lineups
is a change in the batting order

which moves veteran third base baseman
man baseman Eddie Yost out of his peren

nial leadoff roletato the clean-up

spot.
The probable starting line upi

PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE

; In the last and final Mm,

of the three-game series between

memDers or the eraiiunt.no rias

oi rioyen in uie fmnwe l.itti

Jeague, Policelkspur 'defeated the

uwunseys, who won the first two

games. ft a ne winners scored, six
runs on 10 hits. The losers were
shut out Until the final frame when
they v averted a shutout by scoring
once. ..
I Co-managers' Seldon and rRager
nominated John Zelnick of Spur

vow v siop tne opposition and al although
though although touched for fivo hits he

was not hi danger ; at any time

mm na a snurout until ne servea

me nomerun ball to the, league
leader in that -denartment. in the

form of Louie French. .vi,

Opposing Zelnick was little Gene

bock, -ana it was his misfortune

tnat tne winners had on their hit

ting togs. Timmy Corrigan tapped

uecic ior mree nits, mciudmg a
big homer over the left field walL

He was followtd by Buddy Demp-

sey wno naa two hits, same as

woyner xori ine losers. -."

During ; i the game. action was

stopped at the end of th ernnd

inning, ana w-nuDDy usiion, exalt exalted
ed exalted Ruler of the Elks 1414 Lodge,

resemea memDers oi the Police
'earn, 1957 Champs of the Leaeue.

individual' award to the player
and manager, and coacfi. c Every
year the Elks make this award to
the league champions. ,'.'';.;
The 'threa game-series was a

success ana a great deal of credit
is due to Dick Brogie, -manager
of the Seymour team. His inno inno-umpires
umpires inno-umpires take over managing the

iwoi squaas, ana tne regular sea

son 'managers were pressed into

ait 2-2 including a double. Jimenez entheses)
ed the Sommers' Sparks attack 1 'i

wiiu a j- assault. ,

'The box score:;'! '1"

. Opening Day

Probable Pitchers

NEW YORK,' April "IS (Vt)"

v iao won-ana-wst ecoras in psr

TROPELCO

C. Callendar, -ss
R, Smith. If -T.
Daniels, 3b-'
E. -Farrell, p '.
F. Watson, rf 4

A, Castillero, lb ...-
R. Flemmings, cf ',
O. St. Claire, cf
R,;Melendea, 2b v..

:,. TOTALS ..
SOMM EES' SPARKS'

W. Thonas. rf

R. Juley. cf

L. Robinson, lb
L. Jimenez, ss :

E. Dabriel. c

N. Grey, if
A. Hinds, If

M. uarnett,, 3b
G. Couloote, 2b

ujeaa, p

At Kji
1 1 1

MONDAY

Baltimore at Washington Brown
(9-7) vs. Cha!:ales (4-4) --27,0j0.

TUESDAY

Editor: CONRAOO SARCCANT

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Snider

Picture

Of MajprjieagueRat

Washington at New York Stobbs
(15-1J) v, Ford (19-6) t20,000. v
Boston at Baltimore Sullivan
(14-7 at Brewer ( 19-9 r vs. Johnson

(9-11) 30,000. ,

Chicago at Cleveland Pierr

.iu-a) ts. score uu-u aa.wo.- -1

By STEVE SNIDER

"new York,5 Apra is ,tupj
With the first official "Play bill?
from baseball's Jivn in M,m i-

day the major league picture

Detroit at Kansas qty 1- Ury sh,s 9 thl WT;

22 7 7

A. Dabriel

D, Dixon, p

TOTALS

3
4
2
4 :
3,
, 2
' 1
,
3
2
1
NO

(21-13) vs. vi Morgan (-7)

NATIONAL; LEAGUE

3,611

i
I

Brooklyn at PhiladelDhia fniehn

l Newcombe (27s.T)' ys. Roberts
1(19-18) 25,000. "'.'',,

service as umpires.

CIBLINSBYS

Hanna, Gibraltar L
Wilton, Gibraltar Lf
Pearl, 'Seymour 2b
CaM, Lincoln C
French, Lincoln 3b -Jeyner,
Lincoln Cf X,
Baatwrlght, Sey ts. v
Fraunhiem, Gib lb
AndM-sen, Sey lb i

Altman, Gibraltar rf

Bowman, Lincoln rf
Back, Llacetn f

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POLICELKSPUR
;,, . ;. -srH

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3. 1

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1 1

2 11

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WASHINGTON

t.

Herseg, Cf
Plows, 2b
Runnels, lb
Yost, 3b.
Slavers, Lf
Lemon, Rf
Courtney, C
Luttrell, Ss,
Chakales, P

' 4 BALTIMORE
Gardner, 2b
Kell, lb I ;
Williams, Cf k
Powis, Rf
Trlandes, C
Trlandes, C ... :
Robincen, 3b ;
Miranda, Ss
Brown, P -,

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Demptey, Felice 3b

Starkenbergor, Spur 2b

Ashton, Police se
Petta. .folic e -'

Corrigan,. Pelico Lf -Berger,.;
Elks, lb .'.
Priester, police lb

Bettsak, I Iks If

Zelnick,. Spur pi
Mewnts, Spur rf

ISTHMIAN LITTLE LEAGUE,
By; GILBERTO THORNI

t 28 7 10

Doubles: Jiminer 2. Couloote. St.

Claire. DanMs. Umpires: FSrrelL

Sobers,. Weeks, .Lindasy, Scorer:

. Peter kin: ? l;
Pitching leaders: -,.
Jitchuig Average: :.
; W L Awn.

J. Stennett, Elga 1 A tJMS
D. Campbell, NehL S 2 .715
R. Long, Tivoli Motors .3 0 1.000

R. Bowen. Mutual of ; ;

Omaha r , ...30 ,1.000
Li Martinez, Nehl . .3 -0 1.000

Innings pitched:
1. T, Campbell, Heni 43 1-3.
2. E, Farrell, Tropelco 37.
3. J. Stennettr'Elga 35 1-3. ,-
Runs scored off:
Campbell, Nehi 50
. 2. A. Phillips, Omaha 43.
3. A. Castillero, Tropelco 40. ,,
.Hits off:. .f;
6. D. Campbell, ,Nehl 68..
2. L. Robinsoo, Sommeri'. Saprks

57, ,

.8. J, Jimenez Tjvou Motors .55.
Struck out by i
X. p. Campbell, NeW 47, r

New York at 'Pittsburgh1 Anto-

nem uu-iaj vs .jinena (17-17;
ooo. ;

- St. Louis at Cincinnati Mizell

(14-14) vs. Klinnstein 112-11) 31.-

ivw seuout.

Milwaukee at Chicago Spahn

tzo- i) vs. f usn (13-10) -j-30.000

2. R Carw, Elga 29
2 R. Carew, Elga 29
Leader Batting Avaraget

R. Carew, Efga J
I. Barber, Elga
R., Bowen, Mutual of
R. Bowen, Mutual of
Omaha

AB H Ave

, 57 38 .667;

52 29 .538

46 22 .479

Some Of the new cars ore so
fast they get to the scene of the
crash before, the sound of their
horns, m i 1 "m )
.. ''

Case StengeJ of the. Yankees is
blaring more conndenee- than at
any time s.nce he.4ook .over the
club nine years', ago.: Joe's' painting
bis '.personnel with lavish praise
and boasting he's-three deep in
talent with pitching to spare,'; 1
There's, method, however, in
what appears to be madness at

putting Jdimself, on..tbe ,spot...his

mree-aeep noast is a, two-pronged
propaganda campaign to- "psycho-

vfti. ,1,4 i,iciivu AciiKuc rivals
and threaten his veterans, that, any
show of.;, complacetfcy means a
boot to the' .bench. ..complacency
is Stengel's only. fear. ;- a ; v i
The- Milwaukee Braves probably
are baseball's ; best conditioned
team at : this ioinr,..the pitchers
are ready',- the hitters are ready
and the Braves licked tpe Dodgers

onen. enougn on the exhibition
trail to ooze, confidence over the

coming National League race.1..
Milwaukee bat champ Hank Aaron

not only I haV. his batting ,eye
sharpened Jot a repeat but has
been belting homers at an amaz amazing
ing amazing cUp .a.sprpJE.f,:,. : Nj..
' ,.; DocigerV( Unimpressive '"
The Dodgersrbave been '.unim

pressive as a unit. .in fact, they
haven't: cut loose' s batting bom bombardment
bardment bombardment against top-flight pitch pitching'
ing' pitching' since they 'Walloped the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees 13-8 in the second game -of

the World Series. ..many an expert

regards Brooklyn sluggers as over-

the -hill.l.could be.- v .
.Mickey .Mantle of the Yankees
and Al Kaline of the Tigers, base-

ball's 'boy; blatters,!1!. are set for

anotner' power. ouei.i.Manue, jias

1 l i vt i. 1 t
worked off his early leg miseries..,
Kahne is brushing up a new wea weaponfor
ponfor weaponfor him to increase, his base
hit .output., .he is bunting more-of.
ten between swlngs.foMhe-feMf
to keep the defense "honest." t
' i '. i " t iI!1
Opinion is virtually' unaniniwus
that Washington- has the wwst
team in the -majors...tlle 'rebWlJ 'rebWlJ-ing
ing 'rebWlJ-ing ;Cubf rate -only a cut' higher
because of a few top hands bead beaded
ed beaded by Ernie Banks and ob
Rush. -'" ' ; I i!,
i ',..'-i ,vrs
Johnny Podres of the Dodgers,
back' from a year in the Navy,
Iooks; as if he' may br the except
tion to the rule5 that insists a re re-turning
turning re-turning serviceman needsr at least

a year to readjust...if he isn't,
the Brooks are in trouble.
.' -t '
-. t
Muiial Is Ready
' y
"Stan' Muslal 'of the Cardina) is
in' rare spring form, hoping1 to
bag his seventh National .League
baiting crown and fourth most
Valuable Player Award .Al Lopez i
of the White Sox finds his prtchms
is better than he expected and is
looking forward, to managing, a
running team."' ".' vyv. v
, f r ;
'Cleveland,, with Manager Kerby
Farrell in Lopez' former. job; again
banks heavily on its pitchers and
caa only hope'tho fitters will per perform
form perform a turnabout from last vr.

the Tigers, hottest team in the
American i League over the last
half of '56. cooled off : over the

winter but new Manager Jack
Tlghe says,, "don't worry." r'
! Ted Williams Of the Red Stir ts
rounding, into batting form...Robin
Roberts of the Phillies alrearWris

in. pitching; form for a "comeback"
.;.he won'only" 19 last year after
six straight years at 20 or more.
1 And' all that's left now is "Play
talir.V, ;

Second-half: standings as of April

NehL "Ht mm
Mutual of Omaha S S'

Elga ; l M 1
Soir.mera Sparks ."- 4-3 l

Tropelco 2 5 3

Tlvoll Motors -'- IS V4

t' Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight
BALBOA ;15 8:15 DIABLO UTS. 7:Sf
Air-conditioned ' e Dermot Walsh
rnn tki k story, or e Ha?i court
JESSE JAMES TXDFRCOVER AGEVT-
TawlsT "Orereipesed Toes. "Naofhty Martetta
'"'" ,s
MARGARITA 6:15 t:U CRISTOBAL 7.0 '.
James Mason Air-Con dltkmd
Barbara Rush- e Deborah Kerr
"BIGGER THAN UTC John Kerr
m mm "TE AD TKPATBT"
Tuesday Tanry Pants Tvr. -TUrk Frwi TUrn'Aj-
fARAISO t:U g.ll sTvtTcBIZ MS 7 ii
-Reyplt of Mamie ?t.Trr" j"Roll On 7m, Mnnn-
( vr i ;.:i :u s i$ -r.wi-iw

lose ycar shirt
,: on vrohg
campaigns

MMttic

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Next, four games; t 1
v -V''.'- v '
Monday. Apr. 15: Mutual of 6-

maha vs. Tivo1' Motors.

Tuesday. April 16; Tivoli Motors

vs. i Elga. Kehi vs. Sommecs'

Sparks. .

weanesasr. Aoru 17: Mutual 61

Omaha vs. Tropelco.

Friday's results! Blga 4, NeM
'- .-! i ;f ;-rv:-:tT
Nehl irsbbed the lead m the

Isthnian Little League standings
with a 6-4 win over a lighting Ei-

aa uim.

Elga drew first blood as the
game opened with' Pacheco's sin single
gle single and Evelyn's double.' Carew

lofted a high one to left field and
Pacbeco romped home with .' the

first run of the game. --.

nehi retaliated with three runs

in the third and three mora in the

fourth? Barber homered in the
fourth) and Carew doubled in the
i fifth ,.. J

v-r ,-.--. -,- ', "Y V"J i
,. The box score: ... v i
SL6A ..... AB ft. H
H. Pacbeco. 2b. ss :. 3 l l

K. Evelyn, 3b 3 0. 1

K.-Carew, ss, p 3 0 l1
-w Barber, lb 2 1 1 1

J. Stennet, p, lf . 3 ,1 2

A. Barber; cf. ,; : 3 .6 0
R. Bonnick, lf, 2b 3 0 1
E. Hebbert, c 26 0
S. Dyer, . t
T, Richards, e .600
A. EUingtoa, cf ; ..'3 1. 0

" ; TOTALS 26 4 T
- NIHI 5

C. imilh. "ef- 3 6 6

D. Campbell, p 2. 0 0

R. Mason, Sb r 3 l l
J. Myrie, ss 3 6 6
F. Graham, If .1- 2 2
T. Layne, lf : l l o
R. William e 12 0
D. Myles, 2b 2- 0 l
N Gayie, rf 3 6 0
TOTALS 20 4 4

Winning pitcher: Campbell' fS-

2). Losing Pitcher: Stenuett C7-1)

Umpires: ParreU, Bobers, Weeks,
Lindssoy. Tinae: 1:04. Scorer: A.
Peterkin. -2nd
Game: Tropelco 7. Sommers'

Sparks 7.

Sommers' Sparks lost a chance

jt assert him!f wben be pltred
jTmpelfo to a 7-7 tie. Fischer Far-

reu eu:'ar4 v.xn fi C;-'a -irg
up 9 K s 1 s timr':s
Ci.Zecfi 7. T-ir- :- t;,' c.i:t

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ITAKE EIGHT

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY WEWSPAfEK
MONDAY, APRIL 15, 195
HOW! own YOUR share of American industry!
--v through MM''f':M4ip'i"
on
WILLIAM B. LYON. District Manager
. Box S2M Phone 3-7W3
i, Panama. R. P.
rundo.1
SERVICES

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Houses
', FOR RENT: Chalet 2 bed bed-:
: bed-: I room,' living dining, garage,
j maid room with s r v i c
, Transisthmirn Highway 2nd
t". St. Vista Her mote. Tal. 3-1275
, o. 3-3341.
FOR RENT: Completely
'furnished house in Golf Heights
three bedroom, three baths,
living room dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, two servant's rooms and
bath. Two ear garage. Availa Available
ble Available May 15 to Sept. 1st. Call
M629. Before 10 a.m or at
1:00 p.m.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALfi: SALfi:-Furnished
Furnished SALfi:-Furnished or unfurnished spa-
cious residence in Bella Vista;
J large bedrooms, one air-conditioned;
i baths; porch 5x6 M
living room; dining room, large
kitchen; 2 maids rooms with
bath; hot water; freexer; wain
ng machine; large garden;
fenced; to reliable party. Own-
er leaving Isthmus. For in- ,,
formation cell 2-3012 during of office
fice office hows,
LEGAL NOTICE
1 ITKITED- STATES OF AMERICA
.' Canal Zone
,' United States District Court For
" The District ot The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa ; ...
X t n n e til Thompson, Plaintiff, vs.
Theresa Thompson, Defendant. Sum Summons
mons Summons Case No. 4487. Civil Docket 21.
Action for Divorce.
To the above-named defendant:
' You are hereby required to appear
and answer' the complaint filed in -the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after first publication.
- In case your tenure to so -appear
and answer, Judgment will be taken a a-fjainst
fjainst a-fjainst you by default for the relief de
manded in ne compiaim.
i witnuM the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judee, United States District
ourt for the District of the Canal Zone,
this April IS, 1957.
, M C. T. McCormlck, Jr.
.'Clerk
(Seal)
By Sara de la Fena
i Chief Deputy Crek i.
: To Theresa Thompson
- The foregoing summon. Is served tip tip-on
on tip-on you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated-April 11. 1957, and entered
and filed In this action in the office of
the Clerk of said United States -District
Court for the Division' of Balboa, on
April 11,-1957.
C. T. McCormlck, Jr.
I ... Clerk
' By Sara de la Fena
' ' Chief Demit Crek
COMPLETE TV
ELECTRONIC SERVICE
v J6b or Contract
i' f
. 25VcycIe conversion
Antenna Installation
CALL 2-2374
FAST SERVICE
CALL TILL 10:00 P.M.
- Expert TV Engineers
TELE-RAD
Work Cueranteed

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GIANT TIRE SALE

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NEW COLON STORE

12th Street and Amador Guerrero Are.
TeL 1087-L
PANAMAi-Auto RoW'No. 3J Tel. 2-424

NEW TIRES

?e Cuwcnteed 12 Months
t o 'First Line
e 100 Level
REGULAR
4 Sise
r. tO I II
l Mill
Z ro is
in is
. 15
soe x is
t:i z is'
Black White Wall
I7.9S 1
18.9S
, 18.95 21.95
19.95 -22.95
.21.95 25.95
26.95" 28.95
27.95 29.95

Apartments

ATTENTION, Q. 1.1 Josl fc.ift
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms,, hot,' cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Apartments.
New building, 50th and 12th
Street, San Francisco. Living,
dining room, kitchen, bedroom
bath. Rent from $45.- to $55..
Apply F. ICAZA Y CIA., SA.A.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, $70.00. Another 3
. bedroom, $90.00, coot and com comfortable.
fortable. comfortable. El Sol Building, 4th
of July Avenue.
FOR RENT: Army inspect inspected
ed inspected furnished or unfurnished a a-partments
partments a-partments all. conveniences El
Cangrejo Phone 3-5692.
Resorts
Oramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern convenience
moderate rate. Phone Gam
boa, 4-441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mils past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phena Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oeeanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. de P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal Mo73.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Locale formal formal-ly
ly formal-ly occupied by Lavanderia Rei Rei-na,
na, Rei-na, $50.00 Bocas del Tore St.
No. 4. Phone 2-1295.
icrfQ!ys to atoms gsri
.3 un-sn STAtffs po21J
O.O-0.0KLAHOMA! -TW"
JCdal three-cent stamp, com-
arv ot munui
wlUbeplcon..lo.tOW-
noma City on Jun 14, pwi
ed by silhouette- of the state
the design show n
SmboUc of Oklahoma's Jhw Jhw-Ser
Ser Jhw-Ser dayf pletctof the orbital
eblmy ivmbOlic of the ew
fronUers of the atomic age.
HONOR WRIJER-towj :
series of four stamps, Portugal
honor one of the
Portuguese UUra ture. Joeo Bar Bar-iuu
iuu Bar-iuu de Almeida Garrett.! who
lived from' 1790 to Jf"'
one-escudo stamp, shown above.
Is dark sepia. The lother art in
Violet, green and Ted.
Learn that Fad from Trinidad
CALYPSO,
Classes are now forming
for Teenagers and Adults
HARNETT & DUNN 1
Balboa 2-4239
With Old Tires
No Mounting Charge
Credit if Desired
TIRELESS
Black White Wan
21.95 24.95
' Sis
79 X IS
719 x IS
:69 X is
'tee x is
829 X IS
22.95
?4.95
2.95
iO-45
26.45
29.45
32.95
33.95,

LEAVE YOUE AO WITH ONB OF" OUR

INTERNAU DK PUBLICACIONkS No.

BARDO No. 2S "B" Street a) MORRISON 4th of July Ave. A J Sk a) LEWIS
FARM A CIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de
VAN-DEB-JIS- Street No. (I e FARMACIA EX. BATtiRRO Parqua Ltfevre

the Bella Vista Theatre.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1951 Bulck se sedan,
dan, sedan, Dynaf low.. Excellent tires
$500.00. Phone Albrook 5298. Y
FOR SALE: 1952 Mercury,
hardtop, automatic transmis- v
. sion, radio, very good condi condition,
tion, condition, $700. Call Curundu 7226
.after 4 p.m'. or Amador 5255
before 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury
club coupe excellent condition..;
$500.00 Call Navy 2363.
FOR SALE: 49 Chevrolet
2 door; good body tires, new J
battery, generator, distributor,
starter needs a little work by
handyman $250.- Albrook 7205
Leave your number for Bar Bar-zee.
zee. Bar-zee. FOR SALE: 53 Studebak Studebak-er
er Studebak-er ,"8", excellent condition.
Lots of Extras: Reasonable
Dial 2-3204 Balboa. ;
LIFE INSURANCE
'call
. JIM RIDGE v :
General Attent..
Gibraltar T lfe Ins. -Co.
for rates and information
. : TeL Fanama 2-0532
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2 P 2451 iL2JL?SM
, v Laara Riding t-"'.-A.
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 0 Jemping Classes daily
I te 5 p.m. Phone 2-24SI
' er by apnelntment.
a.
Balboa Service Center
BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL APRIL ONL ;.
All Oar Best Permanent
: 15.M te 22.50 .,,
k now 13.75. 4
BALBOA 1-lHt
Far U.S. personnel mi thell
m. taaslly .only.
TBfe I
NEW.V
ceaioTi
CAM I HAS
Model V
L
With F 1.2 Lens
at
FananUs N. lork v CoWn
4 ,SAN BLAS
EXCURSIO'N
April 14 -.$17.50 each
' FIDANQCE TRAVEL
" ' SERVICE v
"B" St 7-27 m. TeL 2-1661
lose your shirt
. ...on wrong
campaigns
in the
. s t.
i ana racp u un:

MvCttiSC

AGENTS OB -OUR OFFICES AT. 13-37

3 Loiter Plaza at CASA ZALDO Central

Miscellaneous3
, Horse for s I at "Panama
Riding School, Call Fort Clay Clay-tor
tor Clay-tor 2262 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Leaving for U.
' S. Seal skin coat for tall per person;
son; person; dresses, hardly v used;
blouses, pullovers, bags; shoes
sixe 7 1-2. All drastically re re-,i
,i re-,i ducad in price. Man's camel
I hair coas, etc. Peru Avenue,
No. 34. All day Tuesday.. Mr.
Zimer. t -t 1
FOR SALE: 2 Oirls' Bicy
cles, 26" Deluxe. Excellent
condition $20. each. Balboa 2 2-3088
3088 2-3088 -.717 B Prado, Balboa.

Solon Thinks Ike Can Avoid
Cuts In Foreign Aid Budget

WASHINGTON, April llv(UP)
Sen. Hubert H. .Humphrey (D (D-Minn)
Minn) (D-Minn) said today that dharp con congressional
gressional congressional cuts in the administra administration's
tion's administration's foreign aid program can be
avoided if President Eisenhower
"really goes to work on if."
Humphrey predicted there will
be "some reduction" In the $4, $4,-400,000,000
400,000,000 $4,-400,000,000 !.aid program. But he
said the administration can res rescue
cue rescue its basic program if the Presi President
dent President wages an all-out fieht in its
oenaif, ' ;
"I want to'' underscore the im
portance :of President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower really staking his personal rep
utation, nis personal political' rep reputation,
utation, reputation, and his personal political
strength upon p r o m o t i n g '.and
backing a an ffective foreign aid
program,", he said.
Humphrey, interviewed by Ren.
Kenneth B. ; Keating on,, a New
xork state television nroeram.
also predicted that the Senate will
restore soma of the cuts made by
the economy-minded House in the
President's overall ; $71,800,000,1X10
ouagei. -
f X ''Mouse. Cuts Toe Deep x s
V Wtf in the7 Senate alwava ) fpel
that .you' gentlemen in 'the House
cut a little deeper than may be
necessary, at least from our point
or view, ne toia nesting. 1
So far; the House or' its Appro Appropriations
priations Appropriations Committee has cut 51.-
141,175,749 out of the budget re requests
quests requests totaling $14,968,542,403.
I

I ANfilNft ON RADAR "STILTS" This' sketch illustrates operation W tadar landinc "stflte"

lot the hus planes of the future., as predicted by Lee Ohlinger, atomic scientist of Northrop'
Aircraft, Inc. He described the revolutionary concept at a meeting of the Society of Aero-,
nautical Engineers in Chicago. The "stilts? will enable planes to land safely, at other than
fixed bases, without direction from stb ground. : The three electronic pulses seen in sketch l
would automatically measure the distance of the plane above ground and through an "elec
tronie brain computer consider the plane's speed.' adjust controls to maintain proper landing ;
attitude and set the- craft down on the landing strip aAitometicaUy in any -weather.; .; s

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"PEESrL'L" f'OVIE-COtN'O
Odeon Tbrsf-r' "parking Jot"
porfr sr Kowewer, it's
really

H" STREET,' PANAMA LIBREBIA

Ave. 45 a) LOURDKS PHARMACY

SERVICE Ave. Tivoli No. 4 e FARMACIA ESTADOS UN1DOS 1 Central. Ave.
la Ossa Ave. No. 41 e FOTODOMYWusto Arosemena Ave. and 3a St. e FARMACIA
1 Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via Porraa 1H NOVEPADES ATHIS Beside

General
ALCOHOLICS ANONVWOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO V
BOA 1211 CRISTOBAL; CX
DECORATING YOUR HOME?
Visit, us for Modern Patterns,:
in uolstary cloth and Drap-s
eries GIBCO-i- Justo Arose Arosemena
mena Arosemena and 34th St. or phone'
: fanama 3-0281 anytime1. .Also
K rpet-Squares for wallh. .to
wall carpeting. Do it yourself
Pony rides Saturday afternoon
and. Sunday morning at Pana
ma Riding School Chiva-Chiva
Road. Call 2262 Clayton, ; c
This averages out to about' 7.8 per
cent.; However, some of the .cuts
will not rn,ean a reduction. iB actu
al spenaing since certain tunas
will have to be provided later.
But the House is geared to take
a long look- at foreign aid,, which
represents one of its biggest
cnances tor Budget reductions
Humphrey said that "if you are
dedicated to wholesale budget-cut
ting, you, have to cut into loreign
aid.1' But -he added that he feels
that foreign economic and mili
tary aid; "are basic parts of our
defense structure,"-.' (
r M i
' .-. Emphasis On Grants
?rff: '- iJifty: -Xi
He urged greater; emphasis on
loans rather than grants to for foreign
eign foreign 'Countries. He also called for
a long-range Jorelgn aid program
with 'political as well as econom
ic, objectives.'! Even f iff ail loans
were not repaid, ne sauv, this na nation
tion nation would bei'lno worse offJV-.
'If puts it on a more business businesslike
like businesslike arrangement or: basis, and I
think it lends more dignity to the
entire process ol economic aid,
be ssidu t '. v
. Humphrey indicated Athat he
may take the lead in the Senate
to restore some funds knocked out
of the President's1 budget ,byv the
House. o-1 :
Besides foreign aid, he-men
tioned funds for bealth and i wel
fare services and money ,to beef
up the enforcement powers of the
food and drug administration:
; tUH r-.jiir ).,,,.
- in iii i mil i -

nWlrg wra bring Nw rau, Inrlle, mo fans to to the
to see the widely bri-'1 r-tare VaT and Fn a t'u. :
the cursive lettering bOcrw im UnN, a Huxxaai laruj,
-

PRECIADOT Street No. 1J AGENC1AS

is I. f '.rr.nI.lll. a jrARMAr-IA LOM.
P'v'".li:i'-''
Hoiiie Articles'
'FORSALE:- SallidmahOga SallidmahOga-,
, SallidmahOga-, i'ny,-" sectional living-room suite
'' new, unusod. : Owner leaving
' and must sell for i cash. '.Bal '.Balboa
boa '.Balboa -fl-2734.
' FOR SALE: Norge 1956, 40
cycles 'automatic washer. Av
ailable June 7. Call Albrook
-3147. -'-.' -' t v.
, FOR, SALE: Due to-trip.
. Complete household furniture?
'bedroom, living J room, dining
room, ,ier, etc. Refrigerator,
P stove, 1952 Vauxhall. Must sell
1 52nd street No. 21 Apt. 5. t
''FOR SALE: Westinghouse
roaster, complete. 25.00. Alb.
"86-a22. '.,..
C FOR SALE: : Urgent.,. Bar Bar-1
1 Bar-1 gain, bedroom set, almosf new
living 'room;, dining room set,
stoye, heater, wardr9be,'youth'
' bed, baby's carriage. Good
condition. Phone, 2-3955. -i,.
Jewish Servicemen
To Attend Seder
At Tivoli Hoiel
More -than '350' servicemen and
them families will, observe the
n ..' i! 1 YT" J
rassover i resuvai oi riceuuini as
guests of the National Jewish Wel Welfare
fare Welfare Board, at a Seder -servile, to tonight
night tonight at 6:3d' in, the Tivoli Guest
House. it
. Members of; the Jewish Jfaith
xervins: witn tne Armea f orces oi
th Army.iMavy, Air t orce ana
the iMarine-.Corps,! as well as the
men on maneuvers jin the- Canb Canb-Ex
Ex Canb-Ex activities will be present-. ;
Fnr thfl Psssover holidav. ''Rabbi
Nathan Witkin- will conduct : xeli xeli-einua
einua xeli-einua services in the chapel of the
USO-J WB Armed Forces Service
Center in Balboa. The schedule il
as imiuwa. ,
f Toraorrow-at,9 ,a.m.;. and v6:30
Wednesday af 9?s.m
Knndav at 7:30 O.m.
"Monday-at a.m. and 7:30, p.m
r.iUesaay,Bi a.m.,,
' ' '. .. i
' lromnrUr service for M... 0
narted will na, recited during th
Tuesaay, Aprii; iuuihiub
es.
ii i n i i ... J

POSITION WANTED: Pat-
terns-cutting-production dress,
ess. Relocate, 'man-family, R.
Knoelke, 5874 N. U. St., Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee 18,- Wisconsin,. U.S.A.

- WANTED: -i Apartment. Eng.
lish speaking, business gentle gentleman,
man, gentleman, from .Europe requires 2
" nicely furnished room, or
, : small apartment, in resident
r tial District of Panama,' please
: write stating terms, (pricey to
Mr. H. D. Jurman, c-e First
' Nation City Bank of New York,
at Cristobal C.Z. .;

South American Movie Star
f1 y t sj ,1 y
Challenges Hollywood Blondes

, By VERNON SCOTT
HOLLYWOOD. AprU 15 (UT)
A fiery. Latin American pepper
pot has invaded Movieland with a
crusade to prove that soutn-oi-tne
borders beauties are the equal of.
Yankee Damsels.
She's Virginia Core, a 'native of
Argenuna who holds a master s
degree in education, is a noted
ballerina with -an operatic voice
and curves like a relief map of
the mountain country in her home
land. '".
So what does Hollywood do with
MIDGET : MARCONI, With,
her father an editor of a radio radio-..'electronics.
..'electronics. radio-..'electronics. publication. It hist,
i had to follow that six-year-old.
' Ellen- Shunaman of Plalnneld,
' N, gave up her cowgirl aspi aspi-f
f aspi-f rations to take up radkx Above,
' she' puts the finishing touches
on the crystal set radio she
made for the Institute of Radio
Engineers show in Kew York.
. Youngest exhibitor In the show,
she plans a career In radio,
: electronics. - 1
Jduvs

1950 PONTIAC .......... 345
1949 PONTIAC ...... 11.; 285a-
1950 BUICK 525. 525.-1948
1948 525.-1948 LYf.I0UTH 185--'

1950 BUICK
1949 FORD

195llCHEOLETlr;:.:.

1951 PLYHOUTH

: 1951V DcSoto V

1943 OLDSr.IOBILE

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,1950 ; BUICK ...... ...v:

...' .1. -, , .. -
1947, DUICIC ......... 153.-;
SMOOT & PAREDES
Vitvd a w a Vrf i w w ..

GIRLSI Your beautiful soft
permanente and smart hairdo
will be so lovely you'll hesitate
to cover any part of it, there,
by saving the cost of the East.
;, er Bonnet.'' Easter 'Specials
Genell's. Beauty t Shop.Cocoli ;
Clubhouse. Navy 3812.'

Domestic Employes
WANTED: Maid for house,
work and Ironing. Three days
a Week. Bring references. 2242
Carr Street, Balboa,

these talents? It concentrates oa
the curves as Virginia strip-teases
her way through a new Mickey
Spillane movie. ; ;
; But Virginia's .crusade U not for
or sgainst stripping. She believes
Latin belles have, gotten short
shnftin Flicker City,
, -' New Star Explodes:
. "We South American girls are ;
considered illiterate and v dirty,' t
she ? exploded when asked why
there, weren't more Latin movie
stars.' 1 i )
. "There has always been preju prejudice
dice prejudice against us. People in North

America ana aurope uunK we re

on a lower social and economic
scale. They look down on us.
"Because of this attitude we're
not given a chance in Hollywood."
Virginia, "who is of pure Spanish
descent, has flashing black eyes,
black hair and ; a temper as hot
as a bowl. of chili. t
j. "There, have been no Latin stars
since Dolores Del Rio,", she added.
'But I hope to change that. .
"The great glamour" girls have
always been blondes, I know
First there was $ Jean-: Harlow,
then Alice Faye, Betty Crable,
Lana Turner) Marilyn Monfoe and
Kim Novak.
"t a :Vr'' f?" "ix
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"My chances for being a suc
cessful actress here would-be bet
ter if Itame from, one of the
Scndinavian .countries. They have
the tradition of Garbo and Berg Bergman,
man, Bergman, to help cut."
Virginia, who' speaks six langu
ages, says the language barrier is
no greater tor bourn American
girls than for Europeans. She
speaks perfect English for her
role in "My Gun is Quick." :
The English wasn't as difficult
for me as learning to do bumps
and grinds. The costume is too
scanty, too. It is not my Idea of
becoming s mOvie star btrUit is a
start.! ' ;
''Somehow I sm going to prove
we South American, girls 'can be
just at glamorous and seductive i
as blondes. ) K
"I hope I never again have to
hear a casting director say
'She's lust a little Spanish girl
"I am determined to show Holly
wood that a Latin American girl
can have talent, good manners ana
dreams that can -come- true.
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; .nular French
delist Still
I frrhting Death
JRIS, April .15 (UP) Franco--Sagan,"
French novelist who
' c ive 125 miles ,an hour bare bare-f
f bare-f battled death1, today as a re res'.,
s'., res'., of an accident police blamed
Dii high speed.
( DonuUr 21-Year-old author j

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N AN INDEPENDENT

' L.onjour Jristesse" wa se-
i ..sly injured wien 'one of her
i o snorts; car ran off a eoun- i

try road wuth of Pari9 and roll.
ei over swaral timai in a field
"yesterday:,
lssJSagan was pinnea ucuedu.

wrecseu c. ai j i xiussein s purge or Jordan's pro pro-ons',
ons', pro-ons', were thrown clear and i Communist military and politi politi-cired
cired politi-cired only slight injuries. cal eaders spllt the Arab world

'"Sagan was
rushed to the1
t vLlhfi "Hospital at suburban
Ncu-
Civ.-" Doctors found sne suuereu
fcc'.ere head" injuries, stomach and
T"rsibl fracutre of the collar
Line"- i
Uurlna tha night doeliors col col-lapied
lapied col-lapied ona of bar lunge to allow
In r to' breath more easJIy and
r seed, her Under an oxygen
.;..t t tl,
. Miss 'Sagan was in a coma for
fnrfe than nine hours. She recov recovered'
ered' recovered' consciftusness early today
fi d was able to mumble a few
f ords and smile wanly at her
p") her.'
Her doctors promptly put her
iick to sleep with a shot of mor mor-fr're
fr're mor-fr're to ease what they said was
' sove'-e" pain." All of her face, ex-
1nt for her mouth and one eye,
as swathed in bandages.
Or. Jacques le Beau, one of
the attending physician, said
the main injury wa to Miss Sa Sa-qan't
qan't Sa-qan't ski'M. He said there had
bee a "very slioht imorove-
rnent, buf her life Is ttui in an
The doctor said it will be two
ir thro davs hefore it could be
j crmined whether she will sur-
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Hussein's
Threatens
AMMAN, April 15 (UP) King
today and threatened new con-
flicts in the Middle East.
Israel watched nervously to
see how the Arab nations would
react; it has warned that, any I
military moves changing the I
status quo would bring Israeli
troops Into action. y
Jordan itself appeared to be
on the verge of civil war, with
Hussein winning a precarious
victory sure to anger Egypt
and in Syria riots and fighting
were reported fti a number of
Jordan cities.
Amman reports said Hussein
had demanded that Syria with
draw the 3,000 troops it sent in into
to into Jordan at time of Israel's in
vasion of the Sinai desert, r He
blamed Syrian elements for fo fomenting
menting fomenting trouble between the
palace and the army.
Hussein's palace was surround surrounded
ed surrounded by tanks and Arab legion legionnaires
naires legionnaires in their flnowing red-and-white
checkered headdress and
he and his new army, commander-,
Gen. Aly el-Hiyari, appeared
Iran Police Chief
Given Ultimatum
By Premier Eohbal
TEHERAN, Iran, April 15 (UP)
Premier Manouchehr Eghbal to today
day today warned Federal Police Chief
All Qoli Golpira to bring in t h e
rest of the murderous Dad Shah
bandit gang within a month' or
lose his job, a high government
source revealed.
Eghbal warned all public secur security
ity security official sduring an address in
Parliament that he would hold
hold them personally responsible
for any further acts of banditry
in the wild Baluchistan region of
southeastern Iran where three
Americans were slain.
Cfolpira's' men still were patrol
ling the desolate region to try to
find the notorious Dad. Shah tribe
which ambushed and killed Mr.
and Mrs. Kevin Carroll and Brew Brewster
ster Brewster A. Wilson on March 24.
About 20 members of the gang
are in custody, including Dad
Shah's brother Ahmed, captured
in Pakistan. He confessed that he
murdered Mrs. Carroll him sell
Golpira said six members of
the gang were captured yesterday
a few miles from the ambush sue.
It was not known whether Dad
Shah was still alive. Ahmed
he was killed in a gunflght
police.
said
with
Eden Reported
In Good Condition
Alter Operation
BOSTON. April 15 (UP) Sir
Anthony Eden, who underwent
surgery for removal of an intesti intestinal
nal intestinal obstruction, was reported in
satisfactory condition today.
A bulletin insued at New Eng England
land England Baptist Hospital said the for former
mer former British prime minister hart
spent a "reasonably comfortable"
night.
"There is a mild degree of fever
which is a normal postoperative
reaction at this time." it said.
Lahey Clinic surgeon Richard
Cattell operated on Eden, 59, for
75 minute yesterday for removal
of a bile duct obstruction that had
caused recurrent attacks of fever.
It was Eden's fourth major in intestinal
testinal intestinal operation in four ears.
Cattell said it was hoped that
Eden would gain "complete re relief
lief relief from the surgery.
Doctors said h was ten early:
to tell now long Eden will have
to remain in the hosnital. Fe cut:
short a vacation in New Zealand
because of severe fever attacks.
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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY. APRIL 15, 1957,

Purge Splits

New Conflicts In

to have the support of most of
the army.
Maj. Gen. All Abu Nuwar. the
army leader ousted by Hussein,
was reported to have fled to Da Damascus
mascus Damascus where he was conferring
with syriani military leaders ; on
the next move. '
Former v premier Suleiman.,
Nabulsi, ousted last Wednes-
SPECS APPEAL -One gal
with glasses who's likely to
draw passes is comely Marilyn
Meyer, "N a 1 1 o n a 1 College
Queen of 1957," pictured at
Miami Beach, Fla. She is a la w
student at Baylor University,
in her home town of Waco, Tex.
Human Guinea Pigs
Proving Properdin
Aid To Cancerl Work
CHICAGO, April 15 (UP-Scien-tists,
who used prison inmates
and volunteer hospital patients as
"human guinea pigs," reported to today
day today that properdin, a defense. ele element
ment element in blood, aided the group
tested in overthrowing implants of
living human cancer.
Three cancer research experts
disclosed the possible anti-cancer
property of properdin in-a paper
read at the annual meeting of the
American Association of Cancer
Rpsearph. Inc.
They said in the paper that the
"levels of properdin" directly de determined
termined determined the ability of the persons
in the test 'group to "reject the
implants."
Among the persons receiving the
implants were 65 convicts at the
Ohio state penitentiary at Colum
bus. Twenty other persons volun volunteered
teered volunteered to receive the cancers while
undergoing t re tment at New
York's, Memorial Center for Far-
advanced Malignancy.
The convicts received no re
wards for their cancer duty. Most
of them volunteered because mem
bers of their families died of can
cer.
A laboratory wai set up at the
penitentiary for them and they
were checked periodically as they
went about their prison duties.
Dr. Chester E. Southern, one
the three researchers from t
Sloan-Kettering Institute in New
York, said, "There ia no direct
evidenee" properdin destroyed the
implanted cancers.
"But it must be considered,' he
Southern said the implants in the
Ohio convicts were destroyed at
the end f tw weeks.
Those in. the other volunteers,
he said, grew until they we--e re removed.
moved. removed.
They found also, through a ec-
ond unDiant of the same type of
cancer cells to the prison inmates,
that they threw off the cancers
eve more quickly thaa they had
after the first implanting.
This, the doctors said, Indicated
the teat group apparently built up
aa immunity to the cells between
the twe imDlantines.
The report added, however, that
"to date, no blood serum antibod
ies U the implanted cancers have
been found, but these tVjtim. are

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country is safe9 "Abraham lincotr.

Arab

day by Hussein, was variously
reported under house arrest
1 in Amman or to have fled to
Syria, too.
- Nabulsi was leader of the pro pro-Egyptian
Egyptian pro-Egyptian left-wing element in
the government and he and the
King have struggled for power
for the past four months. Nabul Nabulsi
si Nabulsi was backed bv the 1,700,0000
persons Jordan acquired when it
carved a big sector out of Israel
in the 1948 war,
The issues were far from set
tied, and informed sources, in
Beirut. Lebanon, said only the
threat of action by Israel held
off an outbreak of civil war or
armed intervention by Syria and
other Arab states.
Mansfield Assets
Nixed By Squeamish
Italian newspapers
' ROME. 'April' 15 'UP)1 -1: Most
Italian newspapers refused today
to publico, a photograph of Jayne
Mansfield in an extremely low-cut
gown leaning over the shoulder of
equally-bosomy Sophia Loren. It
was a case of over-exposure.
Rome's usually staid "IT Gior Gior-nale
nale Gior-nale d'ltalia" was the only news newspaper
paper newspaper to publish i the photograph
unretouched, 1 Milan's "11 Giorno"
and "Gazzetta del Popolo" re retouched.
touched. retouched. Miss Mansfield's plung
ing neckline to cover up about
four-fifths of what the Hollywood
radiophoto originally disclosed..,
Other newspapers did not carry
the picture apparently for feat of
offending readers or running afoul
of Italy's tough public morals
laWS.j .i'l,' (.'utU
t t,
Two Rome publicity men alrea
dy are awaiting trial for allegedly
violating the city code by distri distributing
buting distributing revealing posters Of Brigitte
tiardot and Anita Eckberg.
Panama Student
ConradoV. James
Dies From Injuries
Funeral Servioes were set 7for
tomorrow for Coorado V. James,
a 2l-year-old graduate of the Na
tional Institute who died Saturday
in Santo Tomas Hospital from in
juries received in a diving acci
dent last Tuesday
Services will be conducted at 3
p.m. tomorrow at the uuacnapan
Seventh Day Adventist Church,
followed by burial in Jardin de
Paz Cemetery'
Mr. James, a young pianist who
was graduated early this year
with a bachelor of science degree,
broke his back Tuesday when be
dived into a shallow pool at the
Miraflores developmeent off he
Trans-Isthmian Highway. He ap apparently
parently apparently was recovering but be became
came became worse and died with his
father," Joseph V., who flew in
from the States, at his bedside.
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COMING Cf FOB REPAIRS The Susan Constant II. a repli replica
ca replica of one of the three ships that brought the. settlers to
Jamestown. Vs.. in 1807.' arrives at her berth tn Portsmouth,
Va for repairs. The vessel was damaged in a storm last
week. When repairs are completed the ahip will retunwto
Jamestown for the 50th anniversary -celebration. 5.

FIT CENT

World

Mid East
. Syria and Egypt have been re reported
ported reported for weeks anxious to par partition
tition partition Jordan but holding off
because Israel would be sure. to
attack. King Feisal of Iraq is a
cousin of King Hussein and
would be sure to resist a move
against his blood relative.'
Navy Investigating
Beating Of Recruit;
By Fellow 'Boots'
BAINBRIDGE, Md.,' April 15
(UP) A full cale investigation
was underway- at the Bainbridge
Naval Training Center today into
a report that a 17-year-old recruit
..... k.. 4. follA.U Wc
Navy Secretary Thomas Gates
Jr. ordered the inquiry after re receiving
ceiving receiving a report from Rep. Albert
P. Morano R-Conn) that the 17-year-old
son of one of his consti constituents,
tuents, constituents, Mrs,, Joseph Orrio, of
Greenwich, was in the Bainbridge
post hospital with internal injuries
suffered in tne auacx.
' The '' Navy issued a statement
yesterday t acknowledging that it
was investigating an attack on the
youth," Lawrence Orrico. But the
statement said tne trainee mereiy
was hospitalized with a fever and
had not suffered any injuries.
However, Mrs.' Frank. Ortico,
the sailor's sister-in-law, said the
family received a letter saying he
was hospitalized with an Infected
kidney and pneumonia. .
,Th family aaaed mat one ni nicer"
cer" nicer" told them some of the boots
were angry over the youth' refus refusal
al refusal to wash his clothes.
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Union Doesn't Know
If Beck Will Show
At Exec-Board Trial
GALVESTON, Tex., April 15
(UP) Dave Beck,-storm center
of the giant probe-plagued Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Upion, was believed headed
fnr Galveston today to stand 'trial'
before the Union's 13-member exe executive
cutive executive board. .t
, But the whereabouts of Beck, ac accused
cused accused of loose-handling of $320,000
in union funds ... how he was trav traveling
eling traveling or when or if. w he
was expected to arrive was a moot
question.
Beck's plans were- blacked out
even' to the union's public, rela
tions spokesmen. All they could
say was that iiecK, was. expecieu
"sometime this afternoon." ;
Tonv Smith, an executive in the
International organization's public
relations branch, said: ,! v
'We are as much in tne uarK a-
bout Mr.. Beck's plans as you are.
He has been'on the West Coast but
we believe he is in the mid-west
. ii,.,.
now pernaps mcagu.- m
tried to contact him but no luck.
Smith said it was "impossible"
to tell where Beck might be nut
that, all the union's officers were
expected to attend tne executive
board meeting in the Galvex Hotel
today and tomorrow.
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NEW BOYS STATE CITY OFFICIALS pose with Governor Jim Watson: Seated,'! kto .r.'are:
Chuck Crawford,, city councilman, Mayor Klrkland. Watson, and councilman Eric Washburn
Standing, 1 to x. are councilmen-Tom- Jackson, ; Larry .Blegel,. Bill Sanders and Ed Folse, ."

Kirkland Wins Tooth Arid : Nail Battle
To Reign As Mayor Of "LockportVTbwn

Inaugural ceremonies were held
Saturday evening for the new map
or of the town of Lockport, George
Kirkland, Jr. After a tooth and
nail battle, Kirkland finally defeat
ed ms two opponents, Terry Corri Corri-gan
gan Corri-gan and Tom McKeown. The cere
monies got .under when out-going
major -Joseph C. .Galloway gave
a snort welcoming address.
Then the new mayor and coun
cil were sworn in by Chief Jus
tice Chris Hearon of the State Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court. Under Lockport's
strong mayor form of municipal
government, Mayor Kirkland will
have complete administrative pow power,
er, power, but will be assisted by a coun
cil composed of Eric Washburn,
Chuck Crawford, James Chalmers,
Arnold Brooks, Claude Gabamllas.
Ed Folse.' Tom Jckson. Bill San
ders,- and Larry Siegel,
Following the swear jng in of the
new officials, Brian M. Cot,
1956 delegate to Boys N'tiona,
introduced the new mayor, who
addressed the assembly of dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished citizens of Lockport,
Guest i speaker, or the i tvening
was John J. Perrini of the Boys
State staff, who spoke an the A A-merican
merican A-merican judicial system.
A, trumpet solo 'was then rn
dered by; Don Randel and follow
ing the retirement of the colors,
Gov. Watson gave the closing ben
ediction. v
Earlier in the-week new select selectmen
men selectmen of the town of Lockport were
chosen to replace the corrupt Dc-
ran macnine, recently exposea ai
Town Meeting. New selectmen are
Ed Cunningham, William Bunch,
John McGraw, and William 'us-
selman. 1 v 1
One black spot occurred in the
recent happenings- at Crossroads
when Eric wasnDurn, city council councilman.1
man.1 councilman.1 was arrested for. assault on
William Fussejman with, a deadly
weanon. The arrest: was. made ny
Sgt Morris of the. Police Division
while the division was host to the
citizens of Boys State. No details
were, available, 'but the trial has
Wn -concluded since we" went to
press and the decision of the Su Su-nprior
nprior Su-nprior Court !iudee. Roger Million
will be available tomorrow.
. Sunday's activities at Croa
roads, following religious servic services,
es, services, consisted largely of prepara
tion for coming activities ana
WRECKER The helicopter
baa been successfully tested at
San Diego, Calif., as a flying
salvage craft for amphibious
landings. ; The Vertol H-21
towed an amphibious tank
off the beach to the water.
Guild Tryouts v
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Tryouti for the Theatre Guild
next play "The Desperate Hours"
wul be held tomorrow and Wednes
day from 7 to t p.m. at the Guild
Playhouse.
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The three-act suspense from
calls for a cast of ten men, one
boy and three women.
It will be directed bv-Rer Glic-
aennaus.

campaigns. One period of instruc-

tion on county government was
held with. Judge John Deming. of
the Balboa Magistrates Court, as.
speaker. -:.'- t
Highlighting the day's 'activi 'activities
ties 'activities was the attendance of the
nauguration of the new Gover Governor
nor Governor of ; Caribbean Girls State,
.Miss -Marie Bleakfey.t Following
the inauguration and the recep reception
tion reception which followed it, o p e n
house vwas held at Boys State;
during which several -Boys and
Girls Staters provided entertain entertainment.
ment. entertainment. As soon as open house was over,
the Federalist, and Nationalist
Parties went into caucus to pre prepare
pare prepare for the primaries which were

Swedish Atomic Official Indicted
On Charge of Grave Espionage

' STOCKHOLM. Sweden. April
15 (UP). tocltholm District
Court today indicted an assist assistant.
ant. assistant. ftCTPtarv' of the Swedish
Atomic Energy Commission and
a former -Admiralty a oiueprun.
expert today' for "grave espion espionage'
age' espionage' Informed sources said they
attempted to hand : aubmarme
secrets to' Russia. ' v
. City attorney. Werner Ryhnin Ryhnin-ger
ger Ryhnin-ger obtained the indictments
during a- brief r court hearing
several hours after a, Stockholm
newspaper broke the news of
Sweden's most serious postwar
spy scandal. '
i Thn defendants are .Robert
Folke Damstedt,; 29, assistant
secretary of the A.E.C. for two
years who vanished from his
post three: :weeks ago. He has
been 'under arrest since then, ;
i Goesta Arnold Ture J acobs-.
son, 35. accused j of duplicating
naval blueprints of submarines
to which he had access as a for former
mer former civilian employe at ; navy
beadouarters.
, The indictment charged that
the two- planned '-to-, sell these
bluenrlnts to a foreign powct
XMt
At th same Ume the prose
Cutor indicted another three
men for failure to report to the
Bolice that Damstedt tand Ja Ja-cobsaon
cobsaon Ja-cobsaon were planning to- carry
out espionage, f
The three men wno -were in
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hSld today, following staff instruc

tion on the party system." Results
of these primaries are not availa
ble yet. v;.'
One other program of particular
interest which was held was the
demonstration -' shirtsleeve confer conference
ence conference performed by the members
of the Canal Zone Civic Councils,
presided over by.Lt. Governor li. li.-W
W li.-W Schull of the Canal Zone.
One item' of particular interest
brouht up was the proposed Teen
age Club. The enthusiasm shown
by Boys Staters for this brought
an extra assembly later conducted 1
by George Black, Alteruau a a-tional
tional a-tional executive committeeman of
the American Legion,, to discuss,
the Teenage Club exclusively.
dieted for failure to disclose tht
espionage were Ulf Goesta Hy- -den.
25. Goesta Demund-Hag-stroem,
40. -and KarltOl0f Ty-
den. 29. ,-
The- trial of the five meir will
start on Tuesday. April 23. '. ",
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- LONDON April 15 (UP The

Londqn County Council has ." cfyld
welfare officers touring Ireland to
find homes for the babies of un-
married Irish women living in -London,
the Sunday -"Pictorial"
said yesterday..;.! it? f
.iThe newspaperf said the "illegitl- -mate
infants are being shipped to '-Ireland
Ireland '-Ireland every week for adoption
byRoman Catholic families. v
The newspaper said the babies :
cannot be placed in England be be-caused
caused be-caused the ;mothers register them

as Roman fJathoucs. ?
first try to persuade rela-
tives of the mother to-'ake the'
baby. If this fails, he was quoted,
the child is placed in an in s n ;
nursery with the mother's permit
sion and later adopted by' Roman
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