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i2nd ij.y r, y y vt"j ;;y, Panama, r. p., Tuesday; april, ic 1957 ,- '7- Y. r '-" m-i
' Two bills, affectinj;.tht.Cahar;. ?on hav been: in,
troduced in the House of Rep'resenttftivas by-Congressman
Herbert C. Bonner (D-N.C), according to news received
here today by the U. S. Citizens Association.'
h-' One measure, aimed at
Panama, Would authorize each
ment in the Zone to conform' its wage practices to the
principles established by' ItemI of the Memorandum -of
Understandings by amending 'the Classification ; Act '! of
. 194; .;;;.: ?f 4vVh1' f?1
y' The second bill deals with unpaid Canal Zone money
orders and sets a deadline of 20 years frbm';the-last day
of the month of original issue for claimants., '
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- JUDICIAL AUTHORITIES' of
Panama went-oh a week's holiday
as of yesterday; -All courts, which
were closed lof the entire month
of March, will not eopen until
jnonuay. ' , ,t
The issue' of $1,850,000 In con construction4
struction4 construction4 bonds) t which was an announced
nounced announced last Tuesday by the Pa
nama government,- has been fully
Subscribed since iast unursaay,
El Panama America yesterday
nnnUri the freneral. Comotroller's
ffice as reporting that the entire
bond issue? which was : ttf 1i a v e
eone on sale vestorday, was
t:letelv subsci .bed at the ei Qi
business la it Thursday, '
Th money from' he
.tie bonds will b sued to pave
.'the lntr-Amricn Hiehway b b-tween.Laf
tween.Laf b-tween.Laf Cuabat and Penone-
' to; extend' Frangipani street
and Balboa Avenue, to pave
me city streets, -to purchase
quipment and material for up up-lyinf
lyinf up-lyinf drinkint water te raral
communities and .? te purchase,,
)15Q,000 worth ef water metere, .,
Y La HoraVeported today that the
; Central Administrator, of Customs
had put an end to a "t a c k e t"
: which some "unscrupulous busi businessmen"
nessmen" businessmen" were conducting against
the treasury :
Th tabloid said the racket con
sisted of removing bonded goods
from the Colon Free Zone ana sell
ing them to in-transit passengers
at the locumen airpon.
Three' reasons were given for
the decision to confiscate any sucn
Eoods brought from the Free Zone
for sale at Tocumen: t --. t-.x v
: y M is a violation ot Article
tt the Free Zone regulations;' ,;
2) It Is -unfair v competition for
so-called "little tones"' which pay
taxes, rent and personnel in order
to operate at Tocumen;
" S) It is a flagrant fraud against
AMSTERDAM Holland, Apr!
1 X UP) Dutch breweries have
found a new source of income. --
They're selling eld beer- bottles
to the. army for ose al dummy
band grenades is the training ;.f
troops. ,-- Y J .-.-.,. i,-
Denies Hanging Boy On Clothes Line
VS. 'soldier Harold Rose,
woo is in a ranama -j4 cell a
waiting trial en charges ef man man-alanghter,
alanghter, man-alanghter, has denied that he mis
treated the child whose death he
is accused of causing
Ina letter py Wised today in the
tabloid La Hora Rose said, ."I was
rang to adopt tdflie. I
."Eddie" was little Eduardo Cas Castillo,
tillo, Castillo, the son of hk common law
wife,' Blanca Ri- CasUUcs and
another soldier, iiis death alleged
ly resuKea front a bird slap -by
Eose es the nirht Jt Nov. 22, 1356.
l em writing this In rpy te
wteny ecu end f 1 1 e
tafwwent that I have rad la
yur mwppe. Accardinr te
yewr psr, 4 entinlty bitd
nd and tiitretMd gddie..This.
Is it twrt."
Ro also e- i every eaving
kcse4 or heta tht littie bny er;ments have been wade to eare for
thit be ever hung hist, up a my yoimjert ehiid"' since the moth-j
eSes l'-. ier is also under arrevt and Ref
-' I lav live! wi?H F'sr.f for as "not ka glowed te s?ek t'
Panama 2-037$ Colon -779
implementing .the treaty with
agency of the U. S. govern
A fijii-" n 1
r Bonner's first measurr, which
was referred to the committee
on Post Office ana Civil Service,
' "For purposes of laws and reg regulations
ulations regulations pertaining', to retire retirement,
ment, retirement, overtime tsav. insurance.
Injury and death compensation,
leave ana ine commutation
thereof, -and other, similar en
ploye benefits, the basic com'
pensation. of U.S. citizens em-
ployed by departments or agen
cies or me, government .or the
US. in the Canal zone shall in include
clude include any overseas pay differen differential
tial differential or other increment over the
rate applicable to a non-United
States citizen in the same posU
tion. vt ?,ii 'i V ? -v
- "Whenever the basic compen
sation of an employe ef a '
rnn'pnt or srnpy of t! I'.S.
la the i.ont, wl. :i Li I'.xt i -On
reference t rales lor sin.tar
rmployment In con tintntaf
United states is, converted to
Another base, the employe
shall, pending transfer te a po position
sition position the basic compensation
of which is fixed wRh refer reference
ence reference to rates prevailing in the
continental United Statescon Statescon-tinue
tinue Statescon-tinue to receive the rate paid
Immediately prior to such con conversion
version conversion so long as he remain
in the same position or a post-:
Men of equal er higher graded
Bonner's i money order Ibifl.
which was referred to the Com
mittee on Merchant Marine and
"No money ordet,heretofore or
hereafter issued by the canal
Zone postal service shall be paid
after 20. years front the last day
of the month of original Issue,
Claims for unpaid' money orders
shall -be forever within such 20 20-year
year 20-year period. f. L,
rFund accrued because .of
money Orders remaining Tanpald
shall be treated as revenues of
the Canal Zone postal service.
The records of the Canal zone
postal Service shall serve as the
basis for adjudicating claims for
payment of money orders." Y
; Flailing Grade:
BIRMINGHAM,' England, April
is (uri -Mrs. Marv Evans was
$5.s for; attacking a teacher who
gave ner u-year-old daughter a
poor graded-'-"!- -i,' vV.'j
She was el a feed with hittine the
teacher with a basket, nulline her
nair ana xnocnng. ner across her
Mrs. Evans recently was honored
by a' television program as a "ty "typical
pical "typical housewife. .'.
In Death Of Child
j and during this time I have pro-
viaea cousins, crocnes ana iad
and all the requirements of a fam-l
uy," the letter added.
The soldier also denied that he
discriminated against the dead
child because his akin, was darker
than that of the younger child he
tamer wita Bianci iiosa Castillo.
-mia is else Kese said,
adding "If yu esk Dr. Pence
et the Fort Ctaytwt Hopital. he
will verify that I alwcyi looked
vt far the hert intere ef td-die.--V
The letter is said to have been
wnttea prior to his request for
permission te marry the mother
of the dead child, which was dis
In the letter Rose also exnrest-
ed eoncere over 4whst imnr.!rrMiriH tht ha suffered twn hrok
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CRUMBLED WALL and. shattered roof of the Geneva,
In a yard about 20-yards irom
Slated At CZJC
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Non-tJnlted States citizens
whn wish to matriculate in the
Canal Zone Junior College at
the beginning -of the f all term
will eiven entrance examina
tions Wednesday morning:., at
8:30 '.clock. in the college build
ing on Roosevelt Avenue.
AbDlicants' who 'will, take the
examination must have the nee-
essirv. educational auamica
tionsi They include jion-UJS. cit citizen
izen citizen graduates-of, Balboa HiRh
SchooL- Cristobal HiKh School,
Paralso Hich School. Rainbow
City High School, and secondary
schools m-tne Keouuue or ran
aras and elsewhere Residence
will not be a factor in determin determining
ing determining admissibility of non-cltl-
The examination, to "be riven
Wednesday win be In the Eng English
lish English language and will include a
twvr.holoeieal ? examination rto
test -the 'ability f the examinee
tod eolleee work, stuoents suc suc-cessfuUv1
cessfuUv1 suc-cessfuUv1 nassing the exmini
Hon will be tntervWd by the
rn and notifd of the results
within .one week : ; ; t?-r
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Because cf the hlrtr puntl puntl-teacher.
teacher. puntl-teacher. ratios exocted. this
com'nr vesr. it win be rcess-
rr for theollere to continue to
wmt, tb numb' of new non-
TTnitM Htizns who ran
d?pitfed.Th erri tmmhr
thnt run epted win be de
termhied .later,. v
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TOKYO." Aprfl IS (UP)- Karoo
Satake.1 catcher for the Kokuteisu
baseball Swallows, got aa assist
from television todsy.
Satake eoluded with a runner at
i home piste and the TV annmmrer
en teeth; -.
A dentist watchinf the gm at
home, nrof"r!iy cai-HI th, sia'Hm
- f"r-i to rr-'i t-r r.:s -e
If IYe people know the truth and. the country is safe4braham Lincoln,
. the ; ouuding ; yesterday
VS ARMV AND "AVX oxinanre f.' r discos the blast with with Geneva employes.
M3re stares e. rage few).
, 8.A. warehouse on" the: Transisthmian' Highway aftef a mine exploded
afternotn. jIj x'-V' V '
CRATER left by the explosion.
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U& Navy and Army
are examining fragments of the mine which
rocked a tvfde area of Panama City when it blew
up yesterday afternoon.', ,
, At the same tinie officers o, the Panama Sc
cret Police are combing the records of Geneva,
S.A. to firid who sold the mine as scrap some
months ago.-:-; v t y y
Thouah the orrJnanr
tified the object as a mine.
in which it had lain for some monthsup to yesterday said
it was corroded and coated with barnacles. Y
1 Accordinq to John V. Carter of
Transisthmian Hiahwav scran varA th
place, the employes have standing orders not to cut any
closed containers. Carter does nor knnw whr
ploye Francisco Castillo to
ms aceryiene cutting torch.
More clear is whalade Castillo abandon the opera-
it was the acrid ht&ck smoke vikirh Kia, ,';,Y!'
lowed by spurts ot Name.,;', YA '- 4
V 'LM the,urgin of employe Clyda Brown ill employes
of the adjacent. warehouse, and all yard worker, took off
for aafety at such speed they were a block away befora
the blast Occurred. .,' 1 .
According to John V. Carter Sr, today,' If It had not
been, for Brown's presence of mind "we would-have had
20 to 25 persons killed." "
Carter estimated his own loss at between S30 Hn iA cj.
He -does not think much is covered totESJE'T ,"',?'
Damage was spread over a wide area inrimiin h.il.'
dews in houses several hundred vrH? eludin brokB
Fragments of metal were still being found today m. f..
WV; m" he center of the Soalo7-" ,M
. f 1 i air
Thirteen nerson. mZmuT 4"'-"P,w"on
i A Caribbean Command spokes spokesman
man spokesman said today the ordnance ex experts
perts experts would not be able to tell
the. origin-of the object beyond
its basic identity, "because an
explosion makes detailed identi
fication of the age, condition,
manufacture or working parts
The Caribbean C o m m a nd
spokesman also said there is no
armed, services interest in the
matter In any way.
He said the ordnance experts
were on hand "solely to assist
the owner of the plant in pos possible
sible possible identification ef the eb
ject which exploded."
: This type of technical' essis essis-,
, essis-, tance is part of the normal co cooperative
operative cooperative effort of the Armed
.Forces with the civilian pub public."
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' John V. Carter Sr. said todav
he presumed the object which
was" about three and a. half feet
long, with a ring on too. was a!
US or Japanese mine. j
Carter went on: "Gee whis.
rm sure thankful we had nobo nobody
dy nobody hurt badly.
That's because Clyde Brown
called everybody out He didn't
like the looks of the situation
when the black smoke started
shooting out of the thing. .
. "When she went off. there was
nobody there ; (In the ware warehouse.)"
house.)" warehouse.)" '- ; :
It took five minutes or more
from the appearance of the first
smoke to the moment of the ex explosion.
plosion. explosion. -.
Besides warning everyone to
run, cool Clyde Brown had
found tint to nut IhroarK m
rail t the fire department be- t Two hundred thousand bans bans-fere
fere bans-fere the mme went off. Ina stems were destroyed yester-
John V. Carter Jr. told hnw W f. i1 lns.toPn I IP IP-tK.
tK. IP-tK. nhiert hut lain fnr vear to hit ChiriQui Land Co.
in the yard. ."It never entered
anyone's head what it was. If we
had known what it was. we
would not have had It rvln a-
round. It was something you
d?ltJ?n!f acros? 'Te.ry J da
added Carter, underlining an as
iw. i uie i ir wruca mi :'uv
oraur cuuuori to uiose uv-
lag and working in the vicinity
Of the Geneva yard.
e doat have these thircs
hanpeiving to s every day.", he
added, spreading reassurance' a
In earth baked hard by the dry
season, the mine toured out a
crater equivalent to that which
1 Hi.,, i.
ordnancp ex ntrt tndnv
(nrtc Ko nut fnrMMll..
emDlove of th trrnn vnrA
set to work on tht mine with
urea, out none waa h.
mtll0 ib" hlgh eiosive bomh.
might have made
nd 15 ieet In dlameterY -.
,Ing wlthia go feet ef the spot
were scorched, twisted and
peppereel by flying fragments
of the mine casing.
. A section -of the wall of the
Geneva wkrehouse was blown la
complete!. An adlolnins- (.rttni
was badly? warped. About a third
viuiB warenouse opened to the
sky as sheets;of roofing feu to
explosion was that it did not'af-,
feet the many drums of inWwivo V
material stored in- the ware-
nouse-r-carbide, and acetylene
tanks. '.V r
' Six of the injured persons
worked for Geneva, The others I
were pedestrians, or employee Y
ef the nearby Hojalateria ran ranama
ama ranama shop.
I Plate glass dfrplay Windows..
car and home windows were V
shattered or cracked over a wide
area. ...v t
Small grass. firts started at'
several spots close to the exnlo.
Bion. -, --.I.
The explosion, t at 3:40 n.m.
(was heard as far away as Old
Panama. t -. ;
Ruin6d By Year's
First Rain SfWm
Dlantatlons in Bocas del Torq
and in Costa Rica
Hardest hit olantations are
those in the BIknco District on
the Panama side of the frontier
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"ltrlct on the clsta Rican side,
- jjt rear 4 000 000 stems were
jruinea BV rs
ulned bv ratastor
fionth of Juli.
storms during the
K. April It (UP)
n visitors te tn U U-Werld
Werld U-Werld Trtd rir
v at attention yer'1v
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: "lettere art received gratefully and art handled in a whollv confidential
If 'raw 'contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the
. next day. Letter are publithed in the order received.
. Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length
"v i 1. WM In a.loa nnf iilanea.
Thi newipaper atiumet ao teonibility for atatementt or opinions
xpreited in letteri trom readers.
J ,TrlE MAH BOX
;xy and arrogant in uStice as ttArmy concernlng to.
!' TJiere can no loiter be any Prlullt hauKnty resistance
taliUrlan character of our military and mo
; to subjective civUizaJion The, Old Tkilltary has
Superficially erased. There is no hot war jne m,"
U&J2SZ I-n ft the Army has
any intention of extending constitutional rigrus P 2
able degree to its subjects. And it can no longer plead. There
ARMS AND FREEDOM
,.a war on. rtnutMeration.
sneaky, unsigned letters to .the gtoS
-speech has a soldier? Whence must listen to a cnapiam u
I iffn Tharartpr Guidance" classes once a wees, jegaMuiMa.
4" pSonll conVictns, does be.really hdm of reU reU-"e
"e reU-"e onr When Courts Martial sessions are such deceitful, tuiee.
rSrcVmventtog; insufferabW rubber-stampish huddles
is1 there military Justice, no matter hoy the
Somf must administer to and pervise every solitary. y
Stion of men who prize ljrty and freedom. to
! We must come to realize that the military is 2?ngfiv,r
UbertV? and J becomin more so We have reached point,
now that each generation is sending almost all ite TJm
s to these military men. where such large scale and ongJerrn
moratoriums ondemocratic habits tan no la"!.
It is too risky to the democratic wav,of life for Re;
.'tlons of youn? men now that Universal Military Tjraininff is
vhere fon apparenUy. some time to be brainwashed hlnto iv-;
, Sir? ataost without complaint (other than
tSenizen of the Iron Curtain countries) in utter subjection.
: -.Short-timers accept so PhUosophically ttdwg ThXi
ly. that democratic living is done a major "f.;L JSt
i?-of, "it's too much trouble to fight them, they can i mUy.
hirt fee -Ms one that is too easily brought back to civUlan
Jllf Two oF three generations of thta i subtle bfatowashlng (not
'really con-scious on the part part of the, military) can be duas duas-trous
trous duas-trous for the. nation if a group of men came into Iwevn
particular "three squares and a flop" brand of benevolent
t authoritarianlsmin 4 ' J f 1
?' w J??n.fr Ti i4r. tMaraMi nrivkrlhr and tftXaV I movement.' r a as a (' I I thine else, you I
fed and clothed.f (and amunecu migni nos wiey oe uiao w
:tart trnuhla and o-et hurt?" f
'.. ,ir.rivTiff muitarv metnoas can. uoaiuc
condoning of liberty (the kind we are fighting
; to preserve), act as a softening force to future W-Constitu-.
it,i TMiixina in th American society as a whoift, i ao not
J think I have overstated the danger.. Pflul USA
By VICTOR R1ESEJ.
Ex-Senator James Duff, nrivate
attorney for Teamster president
Uive eck who seldom has passed
UD a hurk. is now riassinff th hurV
Virginia gentlemen by the names
ot tieorge Washington. I'tomn
Jefferson and James Madison
They were also Presidents, b u t
thon thoir nrannivntinn ho1 vtnlv
$4,000,000 left in the treasury. You
see tney oaq 10 spena some money
for uniforms and they didn't know
Nate Sheffermaj and couldn't get
CVmnsellnr Duff and I briefly dis
cussed Beck and the ex-Senator
"There' the ereat heritage of
son. and every citizen, including
Mr TWlr is still entitled tA What
they, left us in the constitution.
. JUr Vniiff tmarla tha ooint that.d
Back waa entitled to hie civil"
rights and protection of the Fifth
Amendment. Apparently over,
looked are' the right of 1,500,008
Tea maters under what' left of
kal urtinn ranatitufian.
.Tit what thesn are you : cant
niiittv tell. For orw reading t n e
Tearsters' constitution, Section
Two A Article, Six, you find that
PrAsirient Dave Beck, and he a-
innM has tha rioht to internret it
Sa V'it nnderatandable that the
n,,nWn0 father of the Teamsters
is sa dedicated to the proposition
that hi membershiD know more
about the Constitution written oy
this nation's founding fathers than
th.ir nam union'. On ftdvice Of
counsel, no doubt.
- Viaeii1Ant CriT. n81 .IE MLL WUI&
A nut if wa eather it correctly
from a scout or two wno iiu .m
very private session 01 ieam-
tera' lawvers last Friday in Wash-
ington'i Hotel wooaner. bi
cnnlra in thm fof 20 miOUteS. it
,'JHe'tOia tne unioua aiiwiicjr.
an Kair trt ihtAr district and make
, V w -
ine rounas 01 tne leamBirr tw
in thair hnmA tftrritorV. And he
signed them the task of making the
U.Si Consutuuor. reauy unuuriuuM
in his union bans.
Tell them, he said, that 'the
fifth Amandment la sacred. Tell
them It i their preciou heritage.
Tell them that every citiien un-'
dor our laws has the right to
plead thi Fifth Amendment .with .without
out .without any insinuation of guilt. Tell
them, too, that the Sonet probe
Is really anti-labor and aimed at
our freedom. 'v
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erudite counsellor from St. Louis 1 0f other countries with Jtheir pos-
dv tne name ui ibva uc nuunsgiioni ana luuufuuat.
haa s Km nhrvin0 the Senate
Java trrnt harm beink done to the tinnahina in the namit of our ner
I uwuviiif va,
are being more
only ZS 01 we iiw or ao iemi
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WASHINRTON i Pfovirlant Pl.ithaf lotto. ho ',
. - v Ma i miv aiKi-avail PCuDiB
senhower's sudden summons of will never understand it i.
Consreasinnal loaHera in Hiuc
plans for a substitute president in
Kutts ox presidential usability came
as a BurDnae in mosr or tha Minn.
try.ll nin nnr Mn. ti .ihmima
tojnany inside the Administration.
wey nave Deen concerned for
Some lima nvr tho nmniiiiiAu
OI ina ITOSirlont ? hio -noraiAitnni.
- ... ... ... vhwdwiui
naciung eough, his tendency not
w vuin-eniraiB tor any lengtn of
lime on GiiTieiiir nrnh emi and hia
habit or dressing-down his assist-
auu s wey were duck privates,
. no naa a eormnuing desire to
get away from Washington, did
tot went ta rat urn ra, Tlutmw-
vllle, Ge. to launch' the Middle
cast doctrine, and will now leave
shortly for' Augusta. Ga.
' Meanwhile, thorn in 'rMffUnlt
decisions which, under the Ameri
can system -oi government, only
w jrreaiueoi can matte. ,
- Aa a remit, frionrl nf ttio Tm
ident have been discussing a-bill
wmcn wouia permit ine Jf resident
to became a or of Presirlont omeri
tun. en Into nemi.rotlromont nHth
full duties of decision taken over
Dy Vice-President Nixon.
mis. i an extremely touchy
subject, because i It beers out
some of the stetements made.
nd denied, about tha PraaiitaM'
health, during the election cam
Minn ' -,
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Because Of t.hic anrl hooauao tho
pian was nxeiy to arouse opposi
tion in congress, it was iinaiiy qis
carded. ,t. it i) i i :
Instead,'it.was suggested that, a
Oinxtitntinnnl amonrlmont ho
.....a.v m iru.O"
ed whereby either the President
could declare himself unfit, or the
cabinet could rule him unfit. The
vice-president would then take ov-
plain meddling begins.
Vlcm-Proiirient Richard M. Nix
nn fnunr! thi to he true on his 16-
ont hnrrv.iin hnn-and-skio around
Africa, where one gathers the im-
nreaxion that he was shovinsr. A-
merica and implied American aid
down a lot ot tnroata tnai aiont
want to swallow- 4
Aa a aelf .. annnlntivl mnthflr-ln-
law to the world, we have often
swapped dollars for just plain nosi nosi-noa
noa nosi-noa ami at time hive- ienored
the complexities of relationships
. Tn.,-1l )tli-, ( u. : a .' i J"
rt trnnhlo an A o-et hurt?" r lawyers prcaouu wmuj nixon maae no menaa among
t vav. tri-ri to ho how seemingly reasonable stoicism In J soma 50 or 60 at thes skull ses- tte French during his most recent
l.?iJPJ3&JKffi$X!l mothori ran. besides Isions. ) Our scouts assume4 that caU.m ,t ,tthe ,,me time
thee were the lawyers from, areas that his boss was in Bermuda try try-loyal
loyal try-loyal to Dave Beck -- which leaves to smooth down relations with
quite an opposition bloc. There are Britain and just ..after a big bud-
manu nnwtrflll flffUre mSldO 106 J u. I.t..rf. a Waa i a. I.
Teamsters who are not buite pas- roeriean amity.
sionatc over the idea of Becks ., ,
running iw ; i wrongfuuy or not, tne r rencn
fully intends to do next September C0Mtrued ? the i Vice .io President's
ui iuaouu iiumsiao visu aa .pbckuie me vi-
It is now certain, for example, Uerian. natlnnaKKta in an effort to
0B ont"OI ,?5SK spUt away from France,
chiefs u lightmg for Chicago's Bull
what annnara tn ho an ofnrt nn nnr
patv to; swap our, vast monetary
am ivr a say-au in various toreign
administrations and", entangelents
trrtat ami amall withmit full
knowledge, of problems on both
.i Generalissimo Franco, '"Spain's
boss. man. aaid it rathor moil tha
pther day. t 1
Although grateful for the vast
militarv nnstmtinn via nn-
rnrta in Snain- althnnnh
for the agricultural surpluses do-
j i .
uiBu io. ntp opain overcome ine
rliaaatrAiia ..frooo'. A vain.-, om
Lthat cost the Spaniards over $300
uiiiuuu in cApuris ana piayea Jioo
wilu uie economy; annougn Spain
ia still awaiting a cash loan of the
same amount, Franco said this:
in helping other countries,.-the
what is good for the country that
il hoina llolnoH '.mrorlAAlrirja tho
fact that no one is better able to
say-wnat is in ms mterest tnan me
person wno is in neea oi aia.
'In -thia ramant' tho tiallitw
tha Amoriran Ariminitrtinn might
even unao tne gooa eiiorts pi uie
seu-imposea sacruices oeing maoe
.I i. .1. .. . . i ... i
Dy uie American people in in a is.
terests of peace.
Somehow our neat-lniended : ef
forts have the unhappy effect of
aooAmnliahintf' thia int tvo irraH.
, . ai-w
ually assume the unpleasant status
oi a meaaiesome wiernauonai
The world is either in a state of
sfrifo In vortrinD nn it and I pan-
not believe- that too much "good
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bad relations on one 'side or the
other. J V,,-'
At the moment,- all the global
-in neipmg ouier cpunmes,,-'inei, At tne moment,' an ine giooi
American Administration 'is inclin,- conflicts have at least two sides.
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eonditlons and salaries in the Republic of Panama before they
I.try in the Canal Zone. ,
Tt lust makes common sense that the laborer making 30
; cents an hour needs help quicker than the laborer making 60
?n Or la the Canal Zone the only place where these great hu hu-'.manitarians
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Automobile Row 23-1 5 TL -71 75
that one batttlion of Teamster 1DUt .W,T from France.
chiefs is fighting for Chicago's Bill
Lee, the union's seventh vice-president.
The m assure of this man is
tho fact that h ha been under
constant bodyguard for several
years since some nooas biwbu
out of a doorway and told him they
auantori tn out in. Thov didn't. BUI
Lee would have the support of AF
V1U presiaent ueorge iu u
whose autographed picture a til
bangs in Lee's office. 4 i t.
Among tne cioae rrienas mr rn
il-Yeer-old Lee I one Richerd
Daley, Meyer of Chicego, who is
one of the 3,000 members of Lee's
Bakery, Cracker and Yeeaf We.
gen Drivers Union. Mr. Lea is a
busy man. He Is president of the
Chicago Federation of Labor. He
Ho help direct a bank and he l
tho head of the City Civil Serv
Thora aro nthop oanrlidatea. but
'the most interesting campaign be
ing waged is for St. Louis' lanky
Teamster leader Harold Gibbons
r.ihhon ia head of the union's Ware
hnm. fiviaion. He ia an intellec
tuaL an idea-man and is consider
ed honest. His claim to strength is
his devotion to Jim Hoffa. When
the Detroiter. was' arrested in
Wachinstnn hv the FBI. tiibbons
was prominent in the news photos
01 tne quixotic momem in uiswrr.
Later Gibbons explained to his
"Many people here undoubtedly
saw a picture ox me beside Hons
when he was under arrest. I don t
make a practice of- getting in pic
faire., but I very deliberately waft
ed into this one because I wanted
to show the membership, and the
whole public for that matter, that
: was 100 .percent for him. This
ease shows the lengths to which
fnoa f lahar will ao in an ef
tort to flestro? an honest and de
ont lahnr loader
r.ihhnra .imeil ia be i a a
handled by a Washington pubbeUt
and lawyer, now working for Hof
ta. Eeryoody seems to be ia there
deciding wno will be the next Team
sters' president everyoooy out
the 1,500,000 Teamster rank-and-fil-ers.
How about a referendum vote
of these, members just to prove
that the heritage of Wasiungtoo,
iwimn ami Uadiaon balonca to
others beside vave eeca ana com
Ferhaos Ms statement.' made at
avorv- atnn .rnaf -'amorloa tAvoa
froorlnm anri holiovaa that nannln
aptin want oloaorva anrf-ara raalv
M f 1 I 1 i. .
ivr inaepenoence saouia oe inae inae-pendent'Vis
pendent'Vis inae-pendent'Vis only a well-mouthed
piautuoe, out au sorts ot incite incite-menti
menti incite-menti to riot were hung on it.
In 'Tunigli. which alreadv ha
received its independence, the
French were briskly slapped a a-cross
cross a-cross the mouth by the Tunisian
government, while making much
of Nixon (or the U.S.A.) and more
or leas elevatine Nixon to a fijuro
head of a defiance of France's
problems in North Africa.
North Africa, the visit did nothing
hi auuuuy rciauous wun r ranee.
Ma, An T think hia lulr oba
, V UV WMW MCO .VIVID
Central Africa will make tha Rrir.
ish love us more.
We still do business with France
and Britain. ?
Thia moMlina- ran hava anmo
The late F.D.R.. mumbling1 aome
hackneyed catch phrase about a
aooA avftrlH 4nr ovorvhnHv in tho
long-ago. conference at Casablanca
at the start of world war u. pos possibly
sibly possibly triggered much of the trouble
i Tunisia, Algeria, ana storocco.
ft la unfortunate that areat
many peoples of the world do not
construe a swift junket as a pure
gesture of polite flag-showing.
Instead, thev tend to place the
whole hearted sesl of American
national approval on the most ca casual
sual casual remark of action durin a
chickan-patty reception ia a rieep-
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Stimmnnorf tn tho Whitoi tin....
... U IIUIIC UVIIBU)
Consressional laarfor tnnV tho. avo.
cauUon to study the Constitution in
1 SDeakftr Sam Pavhnrn m.i) It
breakfast bef,ore he weht to the
White. House.; Congressman JTannie
Celler of Brooklyn took a copy to
the White Homo and hold it U hi.
lap during the closed-door-session
in uie. ena. tney "threw the
the Constitution -at the
-ElSenhnwor nnonoit tio? "Mooting
" .y wwuu
in serious but friendly -vein.
"I' have asked you gentlemen
down' here on a matter' of deep con
cern io me,-' ne said, "something
to which I have been giving a ireat
deal of thought. s.;-,,, -,., w
j After exnlaininif f irtho hia nTan
for relieving the President in ease
of disability,. Eisenhower said : .'I
am not a .lawvof anri nnt l-niai
much -about- these things, but I
wouia uxe you. u nsten to attorney attorney-general
general attorney-general i'rownell." ir e,-t
.RrnwriU thon nielli, wmmmaJ
Constitutional amendment, togethJ
er wun a letter wmcn ute proposed
sending to Congress asking for .its
passage. , ,.V'.:'-'rt
Tha reacrlnn nt riMirro..inn.l
leaders was immediate. -, j,
"Mr. President," snapped Speak Speaker
er Speaker Sam Ravh'im whn haa haA moral
Congressional experience than any
outer man in America, ru you send
lected vou. not Nivnn Thl
you by one of the greatest majori-
" luDiuijr, ucy au not exneos
vou to ahdiat - ,:,u,
The Preeident had said that
this would not apply to him bo.
causa a Cenatitutional amend
meat could not bo passed before
he was out of office. But Con Congressional
gressional Congressional leaders did not apeear
to believe this. 7?
. '. 1 1 i ;
; DUTY OF CONCJtESS i
Strnnffest nnnnaitiAn to ;
to Rayburn's, came from Senator
Knowlani.t.ho Honnhlian :
Rep. John McCormack of Boston!
wj vciuwvibui; jeauer, ana -oeiier.
Cellor reari frnnt ortinlo TT
the aaid, gives Conjfresa the right
ui ruie on uie coqaitions or Remov Removing
ing Removing the President and the right to
select a succoasnr olthor until
election Is held or the disability of
ui irresiuent is removed. ',
'"Thrtro it ia in hlaolr mnA hlt. t
said Caller.; "What'
it? Why change- it?" k,
we are taiKing as if this was a
new idea," replied Eisenhower, be beginning
ginning beginning to be nettled at tha chillv
response. ,"It has come, up before
on several occasions.'' r
Ho than r on alloy) that ... u.
ident Garfield was .shot and lay
near death for several months we
were wunout a President and ma-
nv nennla thn'naht that rii.rfM a.
ttur-should have assumed office.
The same-thing ame iip dur.
ing Woodrow Wilson's vterm,',' a a-greed
greed a-greed Celler. 'WilsonJ was ill and
there wa a mhva tn nHli.
though the situation was aggravat
ea ay wuson s support Of the
League of Nations.' !','
. "Tha eahinot. im kit trna
dition at the time, but it was with withheld
held withheld from the- public.' The cabinet
couian i net rusteo. v
! "The trouble with your propos-
el is that the cebloet weuW heve ',
te certify tha President's disabill.
ty.and the cabinet la under foal-
ty to tha President.'' ,
"I have studied thia for v man?
years," said the New ,York con con-areman
areman con-areman "T havo'mario it ;-vna.
business to find out what the lead lead-tag'
tag' lead-tag' authorities think. Within the
past two years I have conducted a
survev kmonff tha law iltam nf Hi
' "Thoir nniniin- vtea'' titat'. roii
... ... wfuum ,,nif, vu
ffroaa haa' th 'nUae tn rfoal i mrith
thi Sitnation withnnt a rnnatitn.
tjonal i amendment. Only one pro-
lesuor out pi oo disagreed,
"I hope the whole question will
hk axnioriHl." ll00Oiorl v M,rn,.
maekx i'i am sure, Mr. President,
that we must keep ia mind that
the Founding Fathers wisely, con considered
sidered considered the possibility of dictator
ship by uneleeted' officisls in f ov-
oxwmBmuva. J" 7 1
"There, i -no danpet nftt' in -iVir
riav. hut .wavmiiat oortainlv or.
cise the same foresight of the
Tho. Proaitont finall aiitfaoetAol
that if thov AiAn't liba hia. Irfooa
maybe a Presidential disability
commission, should ba appointed to
explore the entire question. -,
- KnnurlanH whA tnnlr an a traitor
! 1 j: u; m ai. : :
iiy oun tiw a ui original prppo
sav seemeq to iiac uus 4uea. .w
. II (- "? t
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' daughter, Diane, 8, look on from the window of a car, Capt.,
;. Thomas Gleason, the VS. assistant military attache In Buda-'
i pest who was ordered expelled from Hungary on charges of
J "open espionage," holds his son, Thomas, 4v after arriving;
, at Nickelsdorf, Austria. Gleason ridiculed the charges against 1
him as "typical examples of using a big lit to get someone
out of the country." - , t-
George GoberTees Off
Oft Next Seasons TV Goals
' By ERSKINE JOHNSON
, HOLYWOOD fNEA) "' Holly'
wood on TVi.'!Ahi serine! You can
Ull it's here even without a calend calendar,
ar, calendar, a mustard plaster on your chest
or by sniffing the burgeoning trees.
You know it's spring because it is
. mat time or the year when almost
the TV comedians announce new
; formats for their shows next fall.
; I could tell it was spring because
George : Gobel's golf ball, with
"onesome George" lettered on it,
was In a sand trap. George j my
vjjrtner, was in the sand trap, too.
" lie was looking at the half-buried
ban and saying: X- v?. A-1 j V v v-1'Well
1'Well v-1'Well I'll be a dirty bird: And
. ke was saying some other things,
i BY MIDSUMMER Geortie hard
ly ever lands in a sand trap. By
then he's in the groove he has a
12 handicap- and has Shot a 74
and I tell you that for a little fellow
he smacks a mighty long and true
little white sphere down the green
V alleys with clubs engraved '.'So
There You Are.? ; ;':u?1!k
- But in the spring well, there
he was in the sand trap but we had
: a ccuple of pigeons with, us and
' we won two bucks apiece, anyway.
1 f'But don't mention this to my
! agents,1' George said, as we- poc pocketed
keted pocketed the loot. "I never a mention
it because it's the only time I don't
have to pay enT10 per cent. This
, is mine C-ALU MINE.' -.
- -Hollywood's Lakeside' Country
' Club was a dandy place to discuss
next season's one-hour NBC TV
show, with George alternating ev every
ery every Tuesday at 8 p.m. with Eddie
Fisher. If will be the Gobel Show
. ene -week, the' Fisher Show the
next With Eddie guesting on Go
bel's time and Gobel guesting ; en
Fisher's hour. V Lq- i': ':.
; The Lakeside fairways were just
dandy for talking aboutTV be because,
cause, because, "George .said, "Golf is like
TV. r you- can come unglued and
you can't help it," '
George winced as he teed up a
"Lonesome George" "on the first
: hole. .. t -v.' "?' .'
. "i've been doing only three 30 30-minute
minute 30-minute shows a month.' Now I'll
, be on a weekly one-hour show," he
said.i "When I mentioned this
well, I didn't really mention it I
sort of. sneak. as a matter of
iaci, x maae a Dig point of it to
NBC; The answer was 'Don't wor
ry, ueorge,' And then I said, 'But
I'll be doing two one-hour shows
of my own and two guest shots on
Fisher's show everymonth NBC's
answer was: ,'It's just mechanics,
George, just mechanics.'
' GEORGE HOOKED his tee shot
into the rough and said, "TV is just
like golf just mechanics, mecha mechanics.
nics. mechanics. ', ,7-,
It's no secret that there were dis disappointing,
appointing, disappointing, ratings m the Gobel
show this rear. Georee takei nart
of the, blame himself., "! was a lit-i
tie lazy. I guess, and I discovered
that starting a season with charm
and warmth didn't work. You sat.
ta sdck'em with jokes, too and
i De aoing uat next season', r
. But he'll argue, and rishtlv 'an
that in his third season the Sat Saturday
urday Saturday 10 p.m, time, following two
hours s of network variety shows,
was bad for him. Not to mention
the three v times a month idea
with the missing show breaking
TM NOT making e x "eV
George told met"put when they
argue that 10; p.m. Saturday was
great for me -.three,. years ago, ,1
ieu 1DCQ( ( ,4.,
That's When the show -wm rm
fire. That's .-when people howled
when I just .came .out and said.
'My name is George Gobel.' That's
wnen people screamed when I'd
just say, "You may not die laushin
at this show, but at least, it will
keep you from gettin sullen.". ''
So the move to Tuesday. GeorM
figures, J,is, pretty shifty.. ,,.
' George Is true to the anguish of
all golfers, too, "I've played golf
for 12 years and I've hated eve every
ry every minute of it. How about another
'TAR and PEACE"
I? The greatest novel ever
Written now magnificently,
alive en the Screen!
Mayor Says Aid Program Would Stem
Starvation In US Sea Of Abundance
WASHINGTON April 18 (UP) (UP)-Mayor
Mayor (UP)-Mayor Richardson. Dilworth of
FhiladelDhia said todav a federal
program .to aid the nation s eco
nomically depressed areas would
prevent starvation in a : sea of
Dilworth. testifying on- behalf of
the American Municipal Associa
tion before a Senate Banking sub
committees said this country re
jected any idea of allowing; low-
income 'groups to suffer some 20
years ago. t
The group is considering a
Democrat proposed measure to
provide 325 million dollars in loans
ana grants to spur economic re
covery in such areas and an ad
ministration -. backed bill to pro
vide 50 million doUars m loans
Dilworth. said it is "counter to
our basic prmcipies to permit
some areas to starve in a sea of
abundance or to be depressed in
sea of prosperity.
He supported the bill proposed
by Democratic Sen. Paul H. Doug Douglas
las Douglas (111) and 18 other senators.
A United Mine Workers Union
spokesman told the subcommittee
the government has "consistently
neglected" such chronic unem unemployment
ployment unemployment areas while it has been
aiding underdeveloped nations and
nations that are not underde
But a V.i 5. Chamber of Com
merce spokesman testified that it
is "unnecessary" for the govern
ment to set up. any such special
program, r ,l
"The national chamber does not
favor either bill." said Robert. P.
Lee, chairman of the Connecticut
Development Commission and
spokesman for the U. S. Chamber
of Commerce. 1
He offered statistics to show
that .16 areas classified by the
Senate Labor Committee last year
as depressed areas have since re
covered by their own efforts. He
said no, major area now has as
much a 12 per cent of its work
That record, Lee said, "stands as
irrefutable evidence that a special
federal program for localized un unemployment
employment unemployment problems at a time
of .national prosperity as unneces unnecessary."
sary." unnecessary." , 't, v. t : i,.,' ,.
But Thomis Kennedy, mine
workers- vice president, declared
that enactment of the Democrat Democrat-sponsored
sponsored Democrat-sponsored bill would be "a step
in the right direction."' He said
179,000 members 01 the union are
now unemployed with the greatest
unemployment centered in Pensyl Pensyl-vania.
vania. Pensyl-vania. West Vireina and Illinois.
Kennedy proposed other steps to
neip coai proaucing states wnere
he said the democratic bill "would
be insufficient." He suggested a
program of unlimited unemploy
ment compensation benefits. ;
He also listed quota restrictions
on imports of residual fuel oil, a
federal coal research,, program
and national fuels policy as
needed to help unemployment
among miners; , i
Senator Tells DAR Congress Civil Rights Bill Disastrous
WASHINGTON. April 15 UP)-
sen. Kichard Jtusseu .(U-ua)
attacked Supreme 1 Court rulings
and civil nehts bills t tonight as
"disastrous 'and degrading blows"
to states rights. ,fc, ,x
In a speech to the Daughters of
the American Revolution; Russell
said constitutionally 1 guaranteed
state power cannot : survive many
more such "crippling attacks.".
He said the Supreme Court de
cisions on state sedition laws and
the proposed civil rights legisla legislation
tion legislation pose a 1 threat to' individual
rights and liberties as well.
Russell and Sen.- William F.
Knowland (R-Calif) were keynote
speakers at the colorful opening
session of the DAR's 66th Conti
nental Congress. President Eisen
hower sent a message or greetings
which was read by Mrs. Frederic
A. Groves, DAB president gen
Eisenhower told the Daughters
that the "responsibility for prog progress
ress progress belongs to us." He said the
great public buildings and monu
ments" of Washineton are the re
sult of "efforts and : sacrinces" of
the founding fathers and genera generations
tions generations of Americans, 1
"We must continue to advance
the causes of freedom, honor and
service for the good pi our whole
country .: and tha hope of a free
world," the President said In his
Sfage Role In 'King And: t
No Help In Movie Bryriner
Russell said the founding fath
ers would have been "shocked" at
the Supreme Court decision which
gave federal courts precedence
over state sedition laws.
He said It would have Been Im Impossible
possible Impossible to have, convinced the au authors
thors authors of the 1 Constitution and the
Bill of Rights that -a federal court
"would ever holt that a sovereign
state was powerless to enact and
enforce law against communist
subversion which occurred within
Russell said pending civil rights
bills, including oqe endorsed by
the administration, are "repug "repugnant"
nant" "repugnant" to American tradition 1 and
"proposed to employ methods of
the despised police, state."-
The' legislation would, among
other things, authorize the attor
ney ; general to start injunction
NOW'S the iime
'vi ''V' $ ., K A,';!
We have a complete stock
KODAK -PANAMA, Ltd.
suits to prevent the civil rights
violations. ; 1 .'
No d r e s i d e n i of the United
States,, he said, "even in times of
dangerous crisis, has; ever sought
any such powers over the lives
and liberties, of the American
people as these bills proposed to
vest in an appointed attorney gen general.'
eral.' general.' ' ; !.
- Ha said there is "no condition
in this land of ours" that could
conceivably justify such "whole "wholesale
sale "wholesale sweeping aside of con constitutional
stitutional constitutional rights."
He said no one should be "de
ceived, by the specious argument"
that the civil rights bills would be
applied to only one section of the
country, .r. ,
p0l Magic forMotrierj
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that mixes Inztzilyt
1 f i
Jott mix with weter, stir and"prir J
wholesome, fresh-tasting, low-cost milk -k t
for the whole family. Stariac is milk 1
priced so low everyone can afford it. I f
Start on Stariac today!, ,4.,,, '".,;
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WASHINGTON, AprU 18 (tJP)-.
Sen., John J. Williams (K-Del)
complained today that the head of
the Internal Revenue Service has
ordered tax collectors in the field
to be. wary of Williams' tax in
quiries.. ..i; i; f.:.;y
Williams, a persistent critic of
the tax agency, said commission commissioner
er commissioner Russell. C. Harrington has con confirmed
firmed confirmed that he issued an order
that all Williams' questions about
tax 4 deficiencies be, referred 1 0
Washington headquarters for an-
swermg ( 1
He said Harrington claimed the
order was designed to prevent du
plication and so cut the cost of
answering the inquiries.
"I wish I could accept the ex excuse
cuse excuse given by Mr. Harrington,'
Williams told the Senate, "but
Dam Burst Kills
Six In Ecuador
JIPUAPA. Ecuador. Anril 16
(VFV-M least six persons were
known today to have died as a
result of a dam burst which sent
a wall of water sweeping through
sections 01 jtnis town. M. J,
-The flash flood tazed dozens of
modest dwellings in the outskirts
01. the Jtown. : vv iv,:',,. .-,
vr ijoidan S
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vSSGT(3C3,: twill ' 'i
- Al ENVTtOPES whf. Yoe ;
- con depend en thk tape 'to stkk
I Aroii substitutes
j .. insist on
: " Representatives: CIA. ATLAS, A.
"Scot; h brand colored tapes In 71 vare roll are
printed ht fanama with ner' name and specifica specifications
tions specifications by Cii. A.'las. S. A.
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V-e 3-1 167 P. 0. 4'
POTENTIAL' U. S. BASE--Vice
President Richard Nixon,
; While in Ethiopia, negotiated;
f n rights to set un U.S. naval
f anchoring facilities and an Air.'
' Force communications base at
jAassawa (symbol on News-
.map). Russia warns It would;
be used as base for H-bombs.
.-r i J-:
On Savings Bonds
' WASHINGTON, April 16 (UP)
The Senate today passed an
amended House bill authorizing
the Treasury to raise the interest
rate on U.S. Savings Bonds from
3 to 314 per cent. ;
The 'legislation was returned to
(h House, which had voted to
allow the interest rate to go as
high as 3H per, cent..
The Treasury had asked for
discretionary authority to in
crease the rate to as muck as
per cent It said it e a 1 y
planned to raise the rate to IV,
The Senate measure,' wnicn
would limit the increase to 3
per cent, was approved by voice
vote after a brief explanation by
Chairman Harry T. Byrd (D-Va)
of the Senate Finance Committee.
The committee took the attitude
that the treasury nwrit oe
tempted to raise the interest rate
tn whatever level was authorised
by Congress despite ts present
intention to limit re X e Jv
per cent. It said this might feed
Under the bio, series "Yr sav-
Inci bonds would mature ia eight
rears and 11 months instead of
the present nine years and eight
months. This would hive the ef effect
fect effect ef raising the interest rate.
The bill woiikt apply to all bonds
isiied after Feb. U 1957.
The measure also would ptrmil
the Tressurr to .pay the hsrier
rste for bonrfj h'-l hrond rrstur rrstur-i
i rrstur-i v. However-, -'re C -"i-r
"re 1 -r Yzi
somehow I just cannot believe
that this is the full explanation.
Williams, who helped to uncov uncover
er uncover the 1951. tax scandals in the
Truman administration, said that
-pernaps congress .has been neg negligent
ligent negligent in not having directed more
attention to the affairs" of the In
ternal, Revenue Service, 1 ;
Williams Tecently told the Sen
ate that several district tax offices
allowed h employers to withhold
large sums from workers, in De Deployment
ployment Deployment taxes which were not
forwarded to the Treasury. y
He told the Senate that Cteorce
Reisimer, service director in Hit
wauitee,- recently circulated a
memorandum among -tax. vcollec vcollec-tors
tors vcollec-tors in Wisconsin, which said;
"If you receive any comm'unlca-
uons from Sen. John J. Williams
requesting information of any na nature,
ture, nature, it is requested that you im immediately
mediately immediately transmit them to tne
personally for reply.'-. n, -s s, ? f
vIn a ktter to Williams, Harring
ton explained that other district
offices and Washington headquar
ters have received requests for in
formation about employment tax
deficiencies, v '-'-j' ,fc s
"In order to avoid duplication
of effort and to furnish the infor
mation from one source. I asked
that all such 'requests be referred
"My sole objective in doing this
was to supply the information at
Harrington told' Williams ; that
both he and Reisimer were
"greatly embarrassed that my re
quest led to this incident."
. . i
Any day yea aaicbt decide te
take your toech fete the woods
after a song drive. Kverroee
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Doat forget paper cope, pajxr
diabea. eapkiBa, eletee end
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peeaeged Dfaciee ea
Available at all supermarkets
America's "ho fear
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NASCAR's internationally famous
Daytooa Beach competition for stock
cars. Here's what youll find: Cher-
rolet in two weeks of blistering com com-petitioo,
petitioo, com-petitioo, proved itself as' America's
Number One perfarmance car. Nothing
ia the low-price field could touch k.
i No other ear, jeiardless ef prkt,
cored such a sweep. And Chevy --
walked away withthe famous Manu- -facturers'
Trophy, hands down! i ; v :
The 1957 Chevrolet is, by all odds;
1 the most astonishing performer ever
produced in the low-price field. Best
of all, this superiority isn't limited to
just a few extra-cost high-performance; ;
. models. Every type' of Chevy from
the six-cylinder models right up to the
283-horsepower ."Super Turbo-Fire!
V8s, from the single-carburetor V8'a
with Powerglide to the stick-ebift
"2708" is a championship car. f
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tott Clay-tott i Her fiance is a member of the U.S. Army assigned to
X.A.Q.S. The wedding date is set for June.
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. ai.-t. im CA.nnrnor. will inin with Panama. Chanter
I 'No. 35 at Albrook Officers' Club tomorrow night.
Guest f honor will be Brig. Gen. Merritt B. Curtis,
" U.S.M.C. (ret) Past National Sojourners President and Past ?
National Secretary-Treasurer of the organization. Gen, ;
Curtis arrived on the Isthmus Saturday.
Fated By Hatchetta
J.Mr. "and -Mrs, E.- W. Hatchett
gave a party at their Ancon home
- "ay nignx in nononottiiaa 'aia
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Announced At Cocktail Party
Tha minmmt nf Phvllia A
Smith to Harry E. Groppel was an
nounced Saturday at a cocxiau
nnrtv anri Hanra naifi at th hnmp
4of ,Mrand:Mrs.?.WJH. Shireyof
Mrs; mtffiTong!SHy 'of Mount
Pleasant, Pennsylvania, ia employ,
pii hv the, Triler Ameriran Geodetic
Survey at Fort Clayton; Spe Groo Groo-pel,
pel, Groo-pel, who is a member of the U.S.
Army and assigned to the Inter
liti.Hfan flenrti-tie Snrvav ia from
Jerseyville Illinois. The wedding is
scheduled to oe neia at tne t on a
mador Chapel on the June 14. ;
. fiiiABti at ina nartv inciuaea
Mr. and Mrs..-E. L. Hartley; Mrs.
and Mrs. J. A. tuneiy; Air. ana
Mm Rnhert S Keenan: Mr and
Mrs. Merritt J. Bender; Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis H. Schrag; Mr. and
Mrs. H. D. Maeurer: Spe and Mrs.
E. Barthel; Mrs. Martha Weye-
LEARN Flips A Lifts In
Rock 'n' Rock, Bop, Dig
A. Jitterbug combination.
Registration for this typs
class April 18th. 10:30
Hamelt & Dunn
Need lots of pep?
Ta. paoea of S different, (ardeo (ardeo-f
f (ardeo-f raafc TccctaMca are tlndcd aato
thm faanova oVvk. YouufKan lova
ka liTtly flavor, aaal tbnr oa its
: T I "WAR and PEACE"!
ij V I The greatest novel ever I
I I written now magnificently I
IJ v. I alive en the Screen! I
ooaaeaa. At aacai.
tiaaaOT betvtel ai
anralaV-S ghrce 11
tbeaa ta refreth- V
Tit tj want,
aad the aewiah-
anent tticy aawd.
fca in ii ilij.aaaaawUee
nethf Mr;' Richard Halbrook; Sgt
Richard Howard: and Set. Leon
Gray. -s , ; ;
Collecting $htllt It Sublet
r vur.i't Final Outdoor Proa rim
The final-program in the Balboa
YMCA's Ouiddor Adventure series
will take place next Tuesday, April
9 ctowart .TiHir will talk on the
subject of "Collecting sneus as a
Hobby, we wm oring-wim uuu
portion of his fine sheH collection,
which is judged to be the largest
thft Tftthmus.' He will
bring not only .unusual and valu.
able sneus, out me uueiwiuiS
lies that brought about their find finding.
ing. finding. 1
i mt.:' J;nitth (ollr is tiomis trO-
gram for those who have attended
fr (nr nriffinallv Onlv sev-
U1C OUUOf W va w
en program's had been planned.
firoA has' been interested
in shell collecting since 1947. nH
has since built up nis couecun w
a point that many siaiesiue ? cui cui-lectors
lectors cui-lectors correspond with him regul
ar for trading purposes.
The program will take place at
7:30 p ro. in the "Y" auditorium
and is pen td service jind civilian
Visiter mm Canada v.
initine the Isthmus as the guest of
VMr. and Mrs. Felix B, Maduro.
lima i i on a ni ipi'r.i ate via io w r
Miss Baillergeon IS irom jmun-
Parmer Ttxas Aggie :'
Will Get Together '.)
The annual muster of au tormer
siuaems oi ic
lege will be held Monday April 22
at 6 P m at Clayton omiinssiuncu spring uinnaayi, aeasunai syiu syiu-Officers'
Officers' syiu-Officers' Club. ; bols such as chickens,' eggs and
All former Texas Aggies and bunnies, which engage the par par-,
, par-, i.j:.. ... a attMd: tirnlar affortion of mnst vounff-
Ueir jamea "i j v.vl
Reservations may be made by
calling Capt. J. f uerruy, ru
mador 2158 or A, J. Erurn Navy
2414. ,.'' "! .-,
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ry- uuii inn,M. miiii's
Try outs for. the Theatre Guilds
roduction of "the ue s p o t J.J
Hours wm h'--- d
day and Wednesday, Jpnl la
. :ii x.ir n oaa An i ucbf
ii Kora r 3ii r v n I
imp, w take
place ine uT ----
nouse n wituu- r j
haua is to direct the play.
house in mctu. t .
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calumn iliooldiee Mbmittoe
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l.th t"-l.th aoHce V leclwiloe te ,! p, emeVens around
- uu.il. Ki. tm A.O.F. lartificial grass or, more elaborate elaborate-$'3m
$'3m elaborate-$'3m W.'inr lavender ribbon bows
Court Mizpah Will meei IjJ .j J.rnrateit tM ai.
ai imnortant business
ai imnortant business wuj.
JTM-rional 1 9 1-
ZFTZTL&Zi of l meeting
to be held tomorrow-mfntaj
Board Room oi me
Administration; Bvuldmg to org.-
nin a t:anai itono ow-j
fessional Engineers. .?.
The meeting will begin at T.3U
p.m. AU of those eligible for mem mem-bership
bership mem-bership in this group are invited
to attend. "7 .. ,C
Prevent Heat Rish
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comfort for headache, eoWa,
Get St. Jwph Apiria today.
m..iat. t V.iIm
centerpiece with daffodils and lavender ribbon hews. V Uttle,
ehtek nuUenps are deeoratect paper tun ftlled with candy eg n
2)t9 (Caster 'Jal)li
,' ' 1 . is' . ' ..
The Easter celebration always
joyfully anticipated, offers special
promise iq me smau u y nuvu ii
falla late in April. There's an ex-
cellent chance the .weather will
cooperate for an outdoor egg hunt
on lawiu aireauy green anu sun.
lowers win decorate me lanu
Thanks to the .bumper crop of
" i,T i Ji
stersj will appear repeatedly as
pariy qetorauou muuu, ;
SmaU children usually relish
hritfht.4. strnnclv accented decora-
lions, with favors for. all. i With
three birthday parties W prospect
I ve been givmg special tnougnt
decoraitonsI am partial
tn those which the u vounesters
themselves caa help, make
wmcn require only 4nexp
require only ,i inexpensive,
reaaiiy available materials.
with, censtruction. paper, iear
and colored piasuc tape, a waxea
food carton. and ananmut ot now
ers you cn wmp up a cftgrmmg
chicken centerpiece for an, taster
table. Individual chicken nut-cups
can emerge from paper cups ana
ttp.g ... iji ,.,
J".l m .. ttAaW J-y ", J
itweidenucai cnicnen snapes irom
yellow construction paper. Snip a
hlr and pnmh from red construc
tion paper and paste orape in
-. tnkil.4 nlnti. fmrm
nlacAT frnm i white nlastic rtaDe.
ani out amaU triangles. These dec-
inrai. arm 1 1 11 it.-11 .iuc. iv. i m
r 1T,H enntainer faueh as a cot-
Itage cheese; carton); hold them in
Into the container pop a few flow'
I u i . M
I Tha hirbin ran hi) "nested"? in
u..il .h.if .nvrini m
hesive plasue sneii coverings, use
these as. sveUas, oolored plasUc
tape for easy-to-handle decorative
T-.: t i. -i j
motifs on hard-boiled eggs.
I! LLUYCKDLUVJM : I r
Jmh oAjodL Quidoou V.
START THE DAY
Mcde Rijht in the cup!
" " ; e
WHOtf t"K AND SUGAR ARE AUEAOY l?l IT!
ht la a. fcrirhUvellow eMdoaV
1 trimming: tiny shapes from eol-
ureu piasuc tape aiiCK a strip
of tape to waxed paper first, cut
out the desired shapes, then re remove
move remove the 'paper; J
Perky little chicken nut-cups are
made from yellow paper cups or
white cupsV wrapped tin yellow
construction pajper. J
Raalra ara Hiarr.nnt-ctianAf' mt-
outs folded in half and held in
placs with a thin piece of cello-
nhnna tann'1 'Paint nf pirnit tha
eyes. Add a crepe-paper pom-pom
ui iiuixiij ww va wo oiner sme
as a tail
.Fill with' jelly beans or candy
Air Search On
For Missing Ilavy
Plane, Four Men
HARRIS ISLAND, S.C. April 16
(UP) Marines in small boats
joined Marine, Navy and Air
Force helicopters and blimps to
day ui oearcning coasiai creeas
ana salt marshes 'for traces of a
Nw twin ii antrlnB amnhihian
which disappeared with four men
aboard. -, T -JJ J .-
i hX,- i..t Ti,nrYi.i iAniohI
Just before last Thursday midnight
.Tlias nlanai.fitBa TuaL haiirri ftAtm t
from Atlantic City NJ. It as
holifvairi to haw rxnloHni in flieht
a few minutes later, either, oyer
Haiirnrr nr .miwr i.n mv.L ?.t:.
Kesiuenis near anay ana
explosion ana smau dus ot meiai --""V' " "w.n.l
ibeu'eved to have come from the f ecunty f"s wk'F ttat
t j .linna anil virnp aaimi.mihtanr ap.
missing vr.ampmman were iouna : v- -rr t-
in xreeks and .arshes. A seat "tUm nht co,dn5
cushloa .was found yesterday, y- total mobOued manpower f to
' The word "help' stamped In highly 400.000.,-r,
mud was spotted by a helicopter .;
yesterday afternoon but investiga- All Wnrlf Nft PlOV1
tion proved the distress: signal to M, 1.9'lSl :lrf7.'
be a hoax, made by someone who tx '!! I Uene T T-spotted
spotted T-spotted the searching aircraft. rOr I tQIIQII MeilS,
u. col. E, v. uanson ot tne
air station waa in charge of the e
pel 1UVU. i 1
THE HAPPY WAY!
JUST LIKE YOU your
Ml. , ...
children want hot drink,
mornings. For the one that
builds real Energy Reserve,
get Nesttt's E?erRedy
Cocoa. Its iniUni-usl 3
tespoonfuls in a cup nd
add hot water! It' deli-cious-you'II
love that rich
WV aw ervis 1nirtia cfiiosif ; -fftT ,v A
VI libit J autaiv sMtafcw -va.
meal, let them know 'what kind of
a party you plan to nave, iney
wilL want to dress differently for
an indoor dinner than for a back
It' not cricket te invito guosrs
under the impression you are glv glv-ina
ina glv-ina lust a simple party when ac
tually it will be at fancy a one
a yew can manage. I "- ;
Agreement Signed ;
For Soviet Troops
To Stay In Romania
vttr.MKA i Anril lit rTTPI -.Soviet
Russia ( and Romania signed an
aiw.Am.nti, IaHuv : in Rimharfiflt
nrnviriins- for thi temDorarv sta
tioning of Russian military, forces
in the communist sateuite state,
Radio Bucnarest announcea. -Russia,
has had grounds, naval
nrA ai iinii-a in i PnmAniii linrA
World. War II. It was believed to
have Increased its garrison to at
least fivd divisions fines !the
f rdom-f rom-Moscow' revolt in
Hungary last ; year; h iX-f' fefti? f
tiadio pucnarest saia tne agree agreement
ment agreement was signed in Bucharest by
Vnroion Minister Andrei A.; Gro-
myko and .Defense Minister Mar
shal Georgi K.- Zhukov for Kussia
Foreign Minister Grigore Pre-
ntaa) arid Armv Minister Leon-
tin Salajan signed the ptict jfor
Romania;'.' k- -";'.,
The broadcast did not disclose
details of the pact ; fr
A uuctiarest raoio proaaeasi
l.of I urAAlr Tnnrfa1 tilw.- that
Soviet and Romanian delegations
had' reached agreement on "the
temporary, stationing of Soviet
troops on Romanian territory;"
It was assumed nere mar tne
inrMmpnt wax similar V to those
WUll UU.. utvwinj " "
with Poland and East Germany.
"Soviet troops are r stationed in
those countries under the. Warsaw
Pact as protection against 'Vag-
gresion" from the West. '
(jommunist noma man pniciaia
have approved Soviet 3 armed in-i
UwtrAntinn in th frincarian lin-i
rising.' It was believed here they
would welcome similar interven intervention
tion intervention to crush any: anti-Communist
rebellion, against ; the Bucharest,
vUinn in, arldition to naval and
Russia maintained TaDout one ca
' w ... T ...
air units in Romania, petore tne
H i revolution. :'' At 5 least
divisions had been
Lnu .inP(,. thev estimated.
A Soviet division numbers some
10,000 .-men.'' v:4'.
Romania maintains a standing
T(-,t about zao.oooT
i v ,T
MILAN,.Italy iVVy -. ItaUan
poultrymen said today they have
foimii a maeie chicken feed that
Will .Ulll MU. ml a..u ua.w
production egg-laying machines.
The aaid their formula for In
creased production j consists of
feeding the chickens a balanced
diet of proteins and .vitamins and
Vvrnina- ac)r hen in nne-cuhlc-
i foot cage,, where she has nothing
else to do nut lay eggs, ine nens
get a vacation every two months,
they added;?-r -j ; t-
Hunter Finds Pols
Seeking His Mody
INDIANAPOUS; Ind.' (UP) ?
Searchers were dragging a gravel
nit for the body of Earl Gilliam,
55, Clayton, Ind.,' early today
when a maa pushed his way
through a crowd and asked:
"A man. named Earl Gilliam,"
a bvstander replied.
"I'm Earl; Gilliam,", said "the
He had -been hunting, be ex
plained, and aad tost ms way.
WILL some bit!, stronc man kind.
ly explain to us women why it is...
That alhni h tha tal-
phone it's yakking, but what he
learns durind his lunch hour is
' That if she la the one who wants
to leaver a paryt it's still the
shank of the evening, but if he Is
the One who wants to go home it
is. late. .
That if she refuses ta do some
thing he wants to do she is being
unreasonable, but if he refuses to
give in to her wishes he is just
That if she gives him ; advice
when he is at the wheel of the
car she is a back-seat driver, but
if he tells her how to' drive he is
just being h 'Ipful.
That if he dislikes a handsome
man it is because he is a stuffed
shirt, but if she low-rates a good good-looking
looking good-looking woman it is because worn-
Exhibit Of Fifty Years Ago
Shows Shortcoming Of Judges
NEW YORK, April 16 (USIS)
4.110 Aaiixueai auih'hvu ,va 1 w
temporary American Oil Painting
at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in
TKa Dinnninl 7 v Ini Wit inn tt ftM.
Washington, D.C? is always a'pa'
This year's show, the 25th, was
no execution1 to that rule. But ma
ny visitors including thirf one
iouna tnemseives paracuiariy at
tracted to ; what was, actually a
sidelight to the exhibition proper:
A ''historical section" 1 surveying
the 50 years of painting- that hegan
with the first show in 1807.
' The retrospective exhibit allow
ed ; visitors to compare the 24
arize-winninc paintings from 1907
to 1955assembled in one room
with 24 other, non-prize winning
works,' from biennials of tne same
period, in -a second room.
This was V courageous thing' for
the, Corcoran Gallery to do for it
was strikingly apparent that the
weisht of enduring artistic merit
waa with the naintinss Jhat past
juries had not thought worthy pf
The eelnt of the hisferkal ex exhibit
hibit exhibit was neither -to attack nor
to defend the Judgment of fer
mor )uries, but rather te mea mea-ore
ore mea-ore it against a criterion that
for all practical purpoits may
be taken. ae Infallible; tho tost ef
time." Against such' an antage-
nist more humans ; could n e
hope to win. The real euoation
is whether they lest by a great.
r margin that might reasonably
have been expected. rr
v Among the prize dinners were
certainly some important names
in Amencan pamung. ne imprea-
. . 1 .
sionists Ctuldebassam ana w At-
den Weir were chosen at the
fourth and fifth biennials, respec
tively. George. Bellows (Who earli earlier
er earlier this year was honored by a
one-man show at the national gal gallery
lery gallery in Washington) ;took first
prize in the ninth Biennial, in
1923. George Luks, who had been
prominent in the avant J garde
group eaued "tne eignv .erounq
1910, received his award In 1931.
Several other more recent winners,
such as Edward Hopper, Raphael
Raver, Abraham Rattner and Regi
nald Marsh have maintained their
stature as our perspective naa in-
Most of the prize winner sJ
though,-fare badly when scrutinia scrutinia-d
d scrutinia-d from our vantage point in
time, and even worse when com
pared with the "also-rans." The
list of great painters who never
won a Biennial prize is an unprea
ive one. It includes Mary Cas Cas-satt
satt Cas-satt considered by many to be
the greatest Amencan impression impressionist;
ist; impressionist; John Slan, one of 'the eight";
Mexican Film Star
Killed In Crash
MERIDA', Mexico, April IS (UP)
Tntint 3S nonular Max-
icin motion picture actor, and
singer, was auiea toaay wnen a
nlin. Ii i .Munilafintf rraahed
in flames in the streets ef this
Yucatan state capital;
Infante was at the height of his
career as an interpreter of Mexi Mexican
can Mexican folk songs. Only last week a
Mexico City court annulled his di divorce
vorce divorce of Maria Luis a Leon and
his subsequent marriage af Irma
Infante was one ef the biggest
Iwi. nft. tti.jtinna nf the Koan-
isb-speaking screen. He appeared
in 44 movies since iiiming mi iui
picture, "La Fena ae Las i lores
(Th Fair tJ h Flow.n 1. ia 1940.
He also was widely known on
Latin American radio and televi television
sion television and had made frequent per personal
sonal personal appearances in Los Angeles
and Xew xeriu
6 r --, r.f-
av.w.aS t.a Z
f- "Tf wa V
a. a g a
Wbaa a art aairf Cutieora
Brmp mrxi Chstmmt 1 rioaoa.
rX piuirJaa aad raabaa are
loot aaft, rlaat. rad:ut
en always have It in for a good
,. v ', I.I'-'
ANY ANSWERSV MINT
That if he' points out a man's
shortcomings fee is a good judge
of character. But if she sees
through another woman she is be being
ing being catty.
That; if she asks him several
timet to do something she is nag nagging,
ging, nagging, but if he keeps after her to
do something he is trying to get
her to be more businesslike.
That when he says he has been
looking forward all day to a quiet
I- im -I
cvcmiig b jiuiuv ai. is aiwaya m
night when she wants to go out,
That he never forgets it was her -idea
if it doesnt turn out right.
but never mentions whose idea it
was u it does. '.
v Care to explain this to us, any of
you men? i . -, y t
the greatest American.' romantic
painter; i nomas Eakins, who led
the artists ef his time in the Stu Study
dy Study of anatomy; Winsiow Homer
unexcelled ia- his paintings of na nature;
ture; nature; and John Marin, who paint,
ed "not things but tbe experience
of things:.- .not the height'of a
building but its will to outreach."'
And there are other of the Bien
nial "non-winners" whose places
in American painting are: equally
secure. t .
Hew did it happan that the
Corcoran Biennial could miss ae
ma Ay major painters in award award-Ins
Ins award-Ins prises? Well, it ia neither a
omferinf- thought nor an ori-
ginal one, but the fact is the
the superiority ef S reat artist
(in any field) ever his merely
talented contomporarioa Is sol.
(lorn, immediately apparent, ;
Duncan Phillips, one of Amer.
ea s. most distinguished connois
seurs, is quoted i in the Biennial
catalog as writing, fit is impossi impossible
ble impossible -to. Judge contemporary works
of the Corcoran Gallery puta it
urns: "tne action of juries in a.
warding prizes, when viewed with
the benefit of ud to fiftv years of
hindsight, may seem capricious
and unpereeptive. But history
makes it rather plain that while
a rare individual mar Bosses the
tuwnuwnii, law vjc, recog
nize wortn were the artiest is out
of atei with- faihionahla iaat.
group of individuals almost sever
achieves, this.fMf;t n is-,svi".
of contemporary judgment. Wheth Whether
er Whether anything much -can be done a a-bout
bout a-bout these failings is at heat
doubtful; having already bee a
with na fni BAma d.jHirnviaa rhav
have demonstrated a remarkable
resistance to improvement i
In any i ease, the historical see--;
tion of the 25th Biennial was an
unqualified success in achieving
its primary object: to make possi possible
ble possible s sober second look, at some some-of
of some-of the critical Judgments of t h
past, and so perbaps to gain more'
insight on jsdgemenu, of the
As far as I can recall, this has
never been done before. The Cor
coran Gallery deserves a vote of
thanks ior doing it now. ta, wr
Scouls To Sponsor
Scout Councils have completed ar
rangements for the sponsorship ef
a special Dorese waues Dance Re
cital to be held on May-10 and
May it, ll was announced t luea-
day by Mrs. C. V. Torstenson. 7
Kniit tirknt aaiea tor tM avant
will be launched next Monday
when tables manned by adult lead
ers in the Scouting movement are
set up at .Diablo Commissary, be
ginning at 1 o ciook ana at tne
Balboa Service Center ; beginning
at pm. : ; --.
Other public centers Will be cor.
ereu a jew oaya 111 uuui m ci civilian
vilian civilian and military areas,-through
plans worked out with District
chairmen ana neignoornooa cn air airmen
men airmen by Mrs. Torstenson of tha
Girl Scouts and by Mr. Copenha
ver of the Boy Scouts.
Batista Restores -Guarantees
HAVANA, Cuba, Aprif It (UP)
President Fulgencio Batista
announced today the full restor restoration
ation restoration ef constitutional guarantees
effective at midnight after a
135-day suspension. -
The guarantees were suspended
last Dec. 1 after groups of armed
civilians raided government build buildings,
ings, buildings, sabotaged public Utilities
and seized weapons in a aeries
of revolutionary attacks in six
eastern Cubaa cities.
. At that time, the suspension did
not spply ia the two provinces of
Havana and Matanxas. The twe
4Vday extensions which followed
embraced ail of Cuba, however.
Press censorship was included
in the first two 45-day extensions
but was revoked after the third,
Batista told newsmen (here
would be no farther k-'"b ef
the su?er"n sad tht f.; 1 fisr fisr-1
1 fisr-1 t i t r 1
' tceSdat,-April" if, 1957
Tni fANAMA AMERICAN; AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPER
9 c7 a (; d yi d 0 It
Crossresds Bay Stat '
i flans are now under way for the
First Annual Governor's Ball to
..nonor the new -Governor of coy?
State, whose election takes place
tonight. The gala affair will get
under way following the closing
' ceremony of the Crossroads Boys
f r State program t the Diablo Gym
- nasium on Thursday at 7 p.m. -Parents
and riends of the citiz-..-ens
of Crossroads are .cordially in invited
vited invited to. attend the closing cererao cererao-,
, cererao-, rues, during which certificates and
" awards will be presented, k ;. -;
"' ,The dance is open to all Girls
xnd Boys Staters; past and pre-
.11 1 1. ... i.i a,.. n
sent, and their guests. The dance
will get under way immediately
following the ceremonies.
. Featured' as entertainment dur during
ing during the dance will be several of the
members of Boys State presenting
different forms of music, individu
ally and as a group. i
. All who can are urged to attend
k v '. i
Rotary Luncheon ; f,
Tomorrow a '-
v The Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club
will hold its luncheon tomorrow in
stead of Thusrday, The, time will
be 12:15 p.m.
v-;i '11: Zr
:?''IS , i -., !..,
'- iinuBwwiiMiMinwnimijiii iln mix w -i ...:.-::.. jtlv-.y"''.'yyt1WMWW4
THE ANNUAL GROUND SAFETY AWARDS were recently p resented to Base Operational units by Albrook Commander,
Col. Edwin M. Ramage.- These awards were presented for maintaining or employing Ground Safety Records of the pre.
vlous years. : Master sergeants and civilians ot tba 16 winning activities are depicted with this1 year's ground safety plaques.
' , ... v.- (Official USAF Photo)
''"r.lf. COL. R. n.' WINGO, (right), executive officer, swgeon
:n thief of the Medical- service Corps, U.S.- Army,., during the ;
" latter' recent visit to the command. Aabel, a.; former deputy
. commander, of the Medical :Training qenterat Camp! Pickett,
Va.j visited the U.S. Atmy Caribbean medical section to confer
with individuals inedica lofficers about personal problems,
, imanagement, Assignments, policy,- reports and organization
IT atatusT SJt was. AabeJ's first visit to the anal Zone. "It was
sHjuite a thrill seeing the canal Itself ; for the; first time," he
t said j "The Canal Zone : is especially interesting to those of
,iht medical profession, for It was here that many"of the great ;
medical men earned their reputations." he added.;
(U.S. Army Photo)
LI; Paying Lions Share
In Clearing Of Suez Canal
..vi curwfyrVvw mv Thfl.IInit
. d States,' ;whichv didn.'t fight in
-Eevot last? fall. is kicking t in
about 70 per cent of the money to
jieip tne unuea jnauons unutngie
No Senatorial Action Seen
On Ikes Civil Rights BUI
WASHINGTON, 'April Is" (UP) ,29 a tfer Congress returns from Hi
The Senate Judiciary : Committee
failed for the fourth straight week
today to set a date for a snow-
down vote on President isenhow
er's civil' rights bill. ivJ- v.
' The committee adjourned with
out acting on a motion by ien.
Thomas. CK Hennings Jr. (D-Mo)
calling for an up-or-down 'Commit 'Committee
tee 'Committee vote on May 6. He tried un unsuccessfully,
successfully, unsuccessfully, in I three previous
meetings to obtain action on bis
proposal. ; ft-'v'f ri"' -K;
Committee Chairman James o,
Eastland (D-Miss) told newsmen
that "in all' probability" thfe com committee
mittee committee will begin consideration of
the bill at its next meeting April
.Stationing of U.N. Emergency
Forces- in the .Middle East is go going
ing going to cost j about $16,50,000.. this
year.. The United States .will pro-.
Lvide $6,580,000 of, thi as a gilt.
. i problems left by .ihe ,i-,fe-jtish-; j Beyond these tosts, the. United
t4'fnctt-lsreu 4Bwasion.-iow jio SUtes. provided air. iraiuportation
This tountrr is- purang up
- 930,000 vsA tthe!) i28,500,ooo vjjemg
spent to clear the Suez Canal and
ej to station. U.Ni Emergency. Korces
-ft at Middle Eastern trouble points.
-a If all, goes well;. the. "United
f f States will get $9,50tf,000 back
f some day," A mHiimum oi so.iuu?-
: 000 is earmarked as gifUrV
' The -United Stater m early tfan tfan-nary
nary tfan-nary i offered i to ad vance half of
-the 10 million dollars asked by the
rt United Nations for Sues clearance
t operations,' This five million dol-.
' lara ls to be reoaM; !'
-So- far eight n a t i o b,s nave
'pledged another sir million dollars
for Suez clearance. 'Therefore a
' total of 11 million dollars' is "on
hand for this protect: The 'cost Is
"'estimated at 10- million dollars or
"more.' Canada, Australia, Norway
- and western 'Germany each have
pledged one million dollars; Swe Swe--
- Swe-- den $800,000;'- Denmark $500,000;
' Italv. S400.000: and the Nether-
lands 4300,000. Belgium was asked
to chip in but. declined,
totinove the-,steoiadoU.N. police
force. o th Middle Easti, ,Tne
commercial equivalent would have
cost sz.zuj.uuu. xnis too a kux.
v.iThi'Jnited States lso -isiiro-
vidme S4.500.000 1 of -services.! and
supplies for the U.N.E.F, This is
to be reDaid!When ? the ueiense
Department submits its bill to- the
United- 'WaUons' aA'-wsy1..
How' will the -United States get
its five million dollars for the Su
es clearance back? When UJi.
Secretary General .Dag Hammar Hammar-skjold
skjold Hammar-skjold asked for the money -he
said tt would be- paid back Even
tually ,r He didn't say how. mere
is a move underway now to get
the repayment -funds from a sur surcharge
charge surcharge on canal olls.- This, how however,
ever, however, hasn't been accepted by
Jigypi wnicn coiiecvs ui win.' : j.- Mrw J-.n. and
' Britain. France and Israel who Muy JM ,n" 5u,,,B
joined In the Egyptian invasion
aren't' Davini anyuiing to ciear
the canaL Hie Soviet Union has
refused to 'pay any of the nJJ.
Emergency Force costs,
Ike Obeys Speed
Laws In. Drive
WASHINGTON (UP) President
Eisenhower is getting to be just
nuuuiu r auuuaj ui.y?l, ....
Coming, oack from his Gettys
burg farm Sunday the President's
driver, Dick Flohr, kept well with within
in within all speed limits on highways
crowded with Sunday traffic j
It was the second weekend In a
row. the President kept bis speed
down, to legal' limits following the
outcry raised -when several press
cars, 'acc6mpanying him were
stopped. for speeding March 29.
The newsmen who accompany
the chief executive on his trips to
his Gettysburg' farm revealed at
the time that the presidential par party
ty party often zoomed over the high highways
ways highways at 70-mile-an-hour speeds. 1
, Following criticism from, con congressmen
gressmen congressmen and safety crouDS...Eis-
enhqwer told ,a ,newa conference
ne naa given .stricf praers to, nis
unvcr to xeep wiinm speea limits.
iie said he was unaware, he had
been speeding.' , V :
journey ,nere Sunday in-two Jiours
and 10. minutes. ;
- Before leaving Gettvsbure. the
jrresiucni anu Airs., nasennower
attended. Palm Sunday services
and took communion at the Gettys-
ourg rresDyterian Church.' Both
are Presbyterians- J,,.-,
Eisenhower got in' 18 holes of
gpu Saturday and a look at. his
prize black angus, cattle. .-v f
With the Eisenhowers this week.
end, at the farm were their son,
Ma j. John Eisenhower, his wife
Barbara and the four Eisenhower
grandchildren David, Barbara
uauiuvuw easier intHS.
Eisenhower has urged Congress
to approve a four-point civil rights
bin which would establish a bi
partisan civil, rights commission;
create a civil rights division in the
Justice Department; t aauthorize
court suits to proUct civil rights
and provide new safeguards 7 for
minority ;voting rights, is
The House" Judiciary Committee
alreadr has approved the legisla legislation
tion legislation with minor modifications. The
traffic-cop House Rules Commit-
m& "ulte h flow of
DU1S to the House floor, plans to
L" Bengs immediately
after the recess,
Itv was expected ; that the bill
would be called nn nn th irm.
floor for final action early next
iuuuui,,.,.i, ,) : ...".
ennings, a leading civil rights
uvocaie, neaded Na Senate Judic Judiciary
iary Judiciary subcommittee nn nnaflt.i.
al rights Which approved the legr
lation after extensive hearings.
iicuiiuiKR nam in ,ivtn.a ,M
--j ..oeuug mat me session
would be crucial, n i,.
feared any undue delay in com.
mittee action would mean that the
uui will m nt tn the Kont
Tot- .: iui. t
wuuu una year,
" Sen, Sara J. ErviJ Jr, (DiCV,
an opponent of ,the legislatio, pro
posed that the rnmmitta rule
its consideration of the bill until
aftr the subcommittee minority
reasonable time'' to
study the hearingsl V V-t
t V-t The Committee meeting was
forced to break up without a vote
on either Hennings' motion ,or
Emn s proposal when the Senate
conveneo. at noon. Under Senate
Deep Slash In USI A Funds
Recommended By Two Solons
WASHINGTON, April 15 (UP) Hons bill earrying funds not only
Sen. AUen J. Ellender (D-U) for the USIA-but also for theState
ureed Ccmerp' tndsv to slash and .Tnatlr rnat4mantc
funds for the U.S. Information
Agency even deeper than the 38
million dollar cut : recommended
by the House Appropriations Com it reaches the Senate. No date ha
omtttee Cannot i meet
wu,'"? if?1 enate it Ut session
unless, they .-, obtain v special
pt mission, ,.. ,- ff
Wet, Spot Of Not,
'MubbY.' m. vup JiAAm' t.
only muddy now. but It m hm.
ouum uic omy "wer spot in Sa
line .county, after, Tuesday's elec
Residents "of;, the Viuage will
vote oa whether to remain ."iW
or to permit sale of alcohoUe bev beverages
erages beverages In a referendum. Saline
County now Is all "dry
Incumbent Ma vor John MnTin..
rolos slate of village officers is
unopposed .b the election. .The
mayor owns all thf houses in the
village., iv.'.K. .p w
mittee. !,m-,- :: 'xt
' Ellender,' an influential' member
oi tne senate Appropriations um
mittee, said that some of the pro
grams of the big propaganda and
information agency are "just a
waste ox lunas."
He noted that the House com committee
mittee committee last week voted to aive
USI A $106,000,000, for its opera operations
tions operations in the 1958 fiscal year. Presi President
dent President Eisenhower ; asked ? for, 144
million dollars and renewed his
request in an urgent letter; last
wee. ;.i.',;f,vyv'v ;
1- 'I want m kA Anna VnA
: I. ..... .v ,w uvy MUUUd
saio. He said he would favor
cut to about 88 or 90 million dol
lars and "even that may be too
roucn.. ., .'i,,;;?-y si
Jtep. John J.; Roonev (D-NY).
head of the Hoiise subcommittee
which made the' original recom recommendation
mendation recommendation for a" 38 million, dollar
cut in USIA funds, told President
ciseonower in a letter vesterdav
he does not think taxpayers have
gotten their money s worth from
the propaganda agency.
Kepiymg to tne letter Eisenhow
er r wrote committee members
April 8 in a .futile effort to stave
off the 28 per cent cut, Booney
said the agency t efforts during
the Hungarian uprising last fail
were "almost a complete fauure.''
The House is scheduled to begin 1
action tomorrow on the appropria-
Ellender is a member of the
senate Appropriations subcommit
tee which will handle the bill when
been set for hearings.
Ellender '.accused the USIA of
conducting wasteful and unneces unnecessary
sary unnecessary programs" in' many friendly
, "They dou't jeed big offices In
such cities as, London and Paris
he' said. -t 1 : ''
i' Hf was especially critical of the
agency's .'overseas : news service
which Ellender .said is unneces unnecessary
sary unnecessary in many, countries.
"We have American press serv
ices in there," hei said, and "it's
just a waste of. funds,"
. Ellender said he did not object
to the agency's1 radio broadcasting
services through the ."Voice of
America". Funds for the "Voice"
were not cut by the House com committee.
mittee. committee. iA?:J,.:(
"I'm for any nroeram that can
reach the people back of the Irou'
Curtain.' Ellender told a renorter. 1
but "why should we spend money
on, unnecessary information, uro
grams in friendly nations." t
"WAR and PEACE"
The greatest novel ever r
written now magnificently
alive on the Screen!
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' four-' day state visit to France, plants a sapling In the Paris Ei$
v'bassy garden. The Queen and hefhusbandi' Prince Philfc,
were guests of SHAPE Commander Gen. Lauris Norstad jtt
bis manor houses outside Paris later 'in the day." '
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN ; INDEPENDENT BATIY NEWSPAPER
;y TUESDAY, APRIL .16, 1957
TrD n"n 9
near m ?"v if
Ilbt-Heads May Even: Shrug ;
hOff 'Bad Calls' Calmly,.
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPKIf the fire firebrands
brands firebrands of baseball are caught
3 awning on the basepaths this
reason don't be surprised.
Should Russ (The Mad Monk)
1'eyer or mercurial Bobby Bra Bra-ran
ran Bra-ran calmly shrug off bad calls,
ion't be trapped with your eye eye-1
1 eye-1 rows up. There's a reason.
" Jaseball fans may be as excita
1 In and frustrated as ever but due
to wide use of the prescription
rfni in miinr learn camps' the
l ayers may be the most relaxed
a Metes in history. Team physi physicians
cians physicians have seized on it as a mus muscle
cle muscle relaxant, anti-spasmodic and
Helps With SlOP
A number of teams used Mil Mil-toSvjfJ
toSvjfJ Mil-toSvjfJ this spring to calm over overanxious
anxious overanxious rookies and veterans sub sub-j
j sub-j ;trjo pre-game "nerves,"' play play-eisho
eisho play-eisho .have difficulty sleeping
ci trains and those who can't
seep heeause of "replaying"
!,!The, Philadelphia Phillies -have
ren. accused by some of being a
I t ttoo tranquil to start with. So
DrJ Thomas F. McTear, the team
physician.1 explains that he pie
s' -jibes it for the one-time Whix
Kids as an anti spasmodic to
combat sore muscles and tenaon
1 ''Cincinnati trainer Wayne Ander
ion lists the Redlegs' use of the
drug'.'as three-fold: to treat sore
X icJrn, ior piayers wno nave an an-f.cul'T
f.cul'T an-f.cul'T sleeping on trains and as
a n,.jcle spasm preventative,
Cleveland One Game
Away From Hockey
folder Xupr Croton N
Cleveland Barons today stand on on-U
U on-U one game away from their
eirrhth American ttocxey league
Calder Cup chamionsmp.
The Barons swpf two-game
eek end set, from ine Kocnester
Americans to take a 3-1 hold on
h Hat-nf.vfn final nlavoHS.
Cleveland, en the strength of two-
goal outputs oy .jonnny ra.cueii.tii
ana Cal Stearns, defeated, Roches Rochester,
ter, Rochester, MSunday. flight,: I 4
' Geveland never was headed
Sunday night as Stearns and Mc Mc-Lellan
Lellan Mc-Lellan gave the Ohioans a 2-0
first period lead. Other Baron
goals 1 were by Gordon Velprava
and rookie Bo Elik. Bonco Hor Hor-vath
vath Hor-vath scored twice for the Ameri Americans
cans Americans and Earl Balfouro ace.
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Jack JHomel, the -Detroit Tiger
trainer, is another who uses Mil
town as an anti-spasmodic. One
of the Tigers top pitchers wes
bothered by leg cramps alter run
ning and the drug ; relieved this
condition he ssm:hk
Yankees Don't Need 'Em
Bob i Bauman. the C a r d i n a
trainer, asserted that St. Louis
used the drug to relieve the de
pression 01 piayers in oattuig
slumps. Cardinal pitchers also re
ceiye it before a ', game if they
are inclined to be nervous and
you might make something out of
that when you consider the rec
ords of some of those Cardinal
pitchers. : 1 - ?y
une team wbicn doesn t use
Miltown is the world champion
new xorK Yankees. ?
"We don't need 'em," said
trainer Gus Mauch. "We're not
tense.. It's the clubs chasing us
which- get the jitters. Not" even
Casey Stengel needs em but,
then. he's the most relaxed one
of us 'all.': ..' .... w,, ':t,:v
So. -while nobody may; catch the
Yankees, at least the rest of the
league figures to get a good sum
mer s sleep. And stop that cheer
ing. You wanna wake up the out-
BOSTON, Mass. The Boston
Celtics defeated St. Louis, 125-123,
in double overtime to clinch their
first National Basketball Associa
NEW YORK-Mister Jive, rid
den by Hedley Woodhouse. came
on in the 'stretch to win the $30,-
450 Gotham Stakes at Jamaica.
HALLANDALE, Fla. La Ver Ver-ite,
ite, Ver-ite, a 27-1 'shot, rushed past fa favorite
vorite favorite Federal Hill to take the
$25,000 Biscayne Bay Handicap at
Uuustream Park. ; (
LAUREL, Md. Four Fathoms,
an English-bred colt, won the
$11,400 Chesapeake Trial in a pho-
ir firtielv rlanioinit Atra Cvff lS a
i LOS ANGELES. Calif. Bob Gu-
towski of Occidental College set
a new NCAA pole vaulting record
of 15 feet, 5 Inches -S 3ie led' his
school to an upset track and field
victory- over UCLA.
SAN MATEO, Calif. Holandes
II easily won the $15,000 Robert
O'Brien Memorial Handicap at
Mueller, German middleweight
champion, outpointed Mickey Lau Laurent
rent Laurent of France in a 10-round non non-title
title non-title bout.
GREENSBORO, N.C. -Stan
Leonard of Lachute, Quebec, shot
a 27S to win the $15,000 Greater
Greensboro Open golf tournament.
PITTSBURGH The Pittsburgh
Pirates1 f the National League
won baseball's Grapefruit Circuit
title with a 20-10 record.
SAN JUAN, P.R-Vic Seixas of
Philadelphia won the men s sin
gles title in the fifth annual Ca-
ribe Hilton tennis tournament.
Mrs. Dorothy Head Knode of For
est Hills, N.Y., captured the
women s singles title.
LANGHORNE. Pa.w Fireball
Roberts of Daytona Beach. Fla..
won the 150-mile Grand National
late-model stock car race Kvith a
new track record of 85.85. m.p.a.
ORMOND BEACH, Fla. -Frank
Ross, 63, of Hartford, Conn., shot
a one-over-par 72 to win the an annual
nual annual Ellinor Village Country Club
iemors gou tournament.
Barbara Stanwyck In
i'THESE WILDER YEARS'
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Great Double Program 1
GUN FOR A COWARD
KEULT ASJ) ME
Hill Ace Dies
PALESTINE, Tex. April 18
(UP) Jack ; Coomlis,. one ) of
baseball's -most brilliant pitchers
and Mr. College Baseball' who
guided Duke University's diamond
portunes for 24' years, has died
at the. ae of 74.
Coombs, who compiled a life
time record of 159 wins . end 112
losses in the maior leagues and
whose Duke teams won i2 ana
lost 169, died in Palestine Monday.
I ij'Colby Jack," a nickname
I Coombs 'Acquired at Colby
College, Was signed by Connie
Mack straight off the C e I b y
campus. Coombs began nv 190 190-a
a 190-a major leagu career hat
reached its peak in 1910. when
he won three games for Mack's
Philadelphia Athletics in the
World Series. i
Cnnmhs n kpv member of an
Athletic hurling staff that included
Chief Bender ana Eaaie, rjan,
won 31 eames and lost nine that
year. His three World Series wins
came at tne expense oi me v-nica-8
Tne nnowmg year ne- posieu
28-13 record, and scored another
World Series, win over t Christy
Mathewson and the New York O.
ants. In 1912, he picked 4 up 21
wins, but for the next two seasons
was hampered by a sore arm;;
Then he was- traded te- the
Brooklyn Dodgers, where ne won
15 games in 1915 and 13 the
next season. In the 1917 season.
Coombs divided his time be between
tween between th mound end the -out-field.
Still later, he went t the
Detroit Tigers after spending one
twason, 1919, as playing manag
. k. Philadalohi Phil las.
Coombs coached winner! t Rice
Tn.titntfl Williams and Princeton
Universtiy before moving back to
Duke in lszs, wnere ne cwmjiu cwmjiu-ed
ed cwmjiu-ed a record that led to bis. being
named to the college, baseball
Hall nf Fame" last year.
Coomb retired in ijoz aner
ndrhine the Blue Devils for- 24
yearSi ; ;
-Boston Rei Sox tefBilly Good Goodman,
man, Goodman, called to his home here by
his father's death. said, he will re
join tne ciun soon,,
after funeral services
Fred Goodman, 65, "an old
catcher' himself who played on
several semi-pro teams in this a-
rea, died at WS larm none vwu
days ago alter a snort mness.
Hi versatile son. who has star
red at practically every position
except pitcher and catcher since
joining the Red Sox in 1947, said
he and his father used to play
ball together "after we finished
"He was an' old catcher in semi
oro ball." young Goodman said.
1 always went witn mm.
. " i. t i fla
r.PFrN'SRORO. T.C fUPV-Ca
nadian pro Stan Leonara, wno
says- he "usually chokes' when
he's the last-round leader, to J2,
000 richer today because -he Ig Ignored
nored Ignored the pressure end won the
$15,000 Greater Greensboro Open
Leonara, wno never uciuie
mnn alt American lourniraoiiu
came from behind to taxe wp
money with a four-round totl of
278 while tmra-aay leaaen uwi
Ford of Mahopec. n.y., ana Ju Julius
lius Julius Boros of Mid Pines, N.C,
fiteri fast on the last day.
-Second place money of $1,500
went to-barrel-shaped Mike Sou Sou-rhk
rhk Sou-rhk of Grossinser. N.Y., who
found bis putting touch but lost
his tee control on the last three
holes and finished with a 27t.
Garr Player of Johannesburg,
South Africa, and Boros tied for
third, picking up Ji.ioo witn zsos.
Al Besselink carded a 281 for
fifth an Mikr Tetchick of V I ho hops
ps hops (, N.Y-and Fordr the Masters
champion, tied for sixth with 282s
and $77J. apiece.
"WAR end PEACE"
The greatest netel ever ,.
written nw macnlficentr
alive em the Screen I
TEE WAT OCT
(PA-O One of the best
editor and radio announcer, 'will
Tnis sporu fark wiu oe locatea ai "V etreei, next to tne tivou .xoeaire. r-a .-v,
Knowlne the enthusiasm of the City for Sports, and the'DOpularity of Mr, Montllla, we are
sure that this Miniature Golf
In the picture we can see
Cafe Bphio Softball Champs
Try For Undefeated Season
Few Upsets In
Cerveceria Women's Tourney
First 'round matches have now
been completed in the Women's In
vitationat Golf Tournament spons
ea ty cerveceria, S.A. at the Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa Golf Club. Results so far have
been pretty much as expected,
with the favorites coming through
in all but a few instances. Also as
predicted, scores were vastly im improved
proved improved over those carded last week
ui iue quHiuying ruuiius.
Most players were able' to im improve
prove improve by at least five strokes, but
one well known competitor (who
. .L. : i
had better remain nameless) real-H
ly shook off a slump and trimmed
23 strokes from her score of the
week before. The effect on her first first-round
round first-round opponent was something like
that of being struck by a fast train.
Tn tVi riteimniAnahm a?1f rrltt ITa.
fie CaU defeated Louise Jones 4-2.
but had to play topnotch golf to do
it. -On the f first nine both Bids
were out in 40 and the match! was:
all square However, on the" back
nine Katie (hot an easy 37 against
42 by Louise, who bad trouble
With her mitter. In the other match
es Ethel Perantie played very stea steady
dy steady golf to defeat Alyce French 3-2;
Pearl Trim took vni Mcuue z up,,
and Ruth Lincoln, now playing a
Very good game, had to go all out
to defeat Connie Bishop on the 18th
hole, 1 up. "'
In the first flight Mar Sewell
won over Lynn Jones, 3-2; Bobbie
Hughes over Helen Schull, 4-3; I I-rene
rene I-rene Robinson over Edith Mathie-
W L fief
8 2 .800
7 2 .778 V4
5 5 .500 3
5 5 iOH I
2 7 .500 5
2 8 .200
Palomas 4, Oceiets 1
The Ocelots muffed an opportu
nity to cinch second half rraay
at th Faitlich Teenage Park as
they were unable to break through
the Palomas defense. In the fifth,
sixth and seventh innings the Pa-
lomaa came UD with fast OOUDie
plays, with two on in V each case,
to kill an Ocelot rally.
On his factor in the Palomas
win wss the clutch pttcning oc
inuthniw Kline Wh6 Bet the UCO-
lota down in a neat BO-tutter. Al
though Klin walked twelve men
only one ball was m ?" ue in
field and that was ny mai was
easily handled in right field.
As it turned out tne rawmas
won the came in the first inning
when lead-off batter Rathgaber o-
pened with a single and Garcia
nut one out of the nark.
The Ocelots lone ran came b
the first on three walks and a
passed ball. Reynolds suited for
the Ocelots and gave tip two hits
and two nms in two thirds ef an
lnnini. Vaveh. was brought in
from center field te replace Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds and he finished Ihe game al-
lowiac onlv one run en one bit.
As only pitching records count
ed la this game, Kline win be giv given
en given the win and Reynolds the loss,
for the tie game played between
thse two teams en April S.
The Ocelots caa sull be a coav
known men of our aDorta vrorldi;
Inaugurate a Miniature Golf Course In toe city. i v.u.x r J
Course will be a great success.
Mr. Montllla discussing the last
1st Round Of
son, 2-1, and Carol Perantie over
Marl Classed, 3-2.
In the Second Flight, it was Bev
Dilfer over, Ruby Kruger, 3 up;
Lee Knuth ever Mary Biggs, 8-7;
Eve Wright over Laura Hopson, ;
up; Dottie LaCroix over Helen Ow Owens,
ens, Owens, 3-2. : X .. i,
Third. Flight: LaNelle Logan ov
er Margaret Hasting, 3 up; Peggy
Montanye over-B. J. Nelson. 6-5 j
Jean Morris over Barker BeU, o-a;
Louise' Johnson over Hester Hen Henderson.
derson. Henderson. 3 Up. i
Fourth Flieht: Betty Hennon ov
er Bernice Davis. 4-3: Rose Phifer
over Irma Mullarkey, 2-1; Mickey
Gorshe over J. Jenner. 3 up; Han
nah Clark over Marion Mallory, 3
Fifth -Flinht: Vlreinia Hollowell
over J6an Webb. 7-5: Zel BatchelorJ
had a bye; .Gladys wneyovor. m..
""n. a up; u yavioaon aiso nau
i line -l ut for1 matches to .be
completed by Sunday, April, 21, is
as follows t : ' "'...;"
Championship Flight: Call v$ Pe Perantie;
rantie; Perantie; Trim vs.. Lincoln. v ;
1st Flight: sewell vs. Hughes;
Robinson vs. C. Perantie.
2nd Flight;1 Dilfer. .vs. .Knuth;
Wright vs. LaCroix.. I '- s
3rd Flight;- Logan vs. Montanye;
Morris vs.1 Johnson. ',
4th, Flight: Hennon vs. :Phifer;
Gorshe vs. Clark. i
5th Flight: Hollowell vs. Batche-
lor; Wiley vs.i Davidson.
tender for the second half if they
defeat the Pericos this afternoon
when these two teams play oil an
other of the 'tied' games. An Oce Ocelot
lot Ocelot win would require another game
with the Palomas to settle matters
in the second half.
Begin Exhibition ;
. BOSTON (UP) The world
champion Boston Celtics tonight
begin an exhibition tour through
the Midwest to display the talent
that won for them the National
Basketball Association champion
ship. I ;,
The Celtics,, still exultant ever
their thrilling 125-123 seventh
game victory over the St Louis
Hawks here Saturday countea
honors galore today. v
Sharman were named Sunday
night te the NBA s All-Star team
for 1958-57. Tommy Heinsoha was
selected as rookie of the year.
Each of the trio receives a $200
check, with the accolade, t ,-
The Celtics furnished Boston
with tts frst world chsmpionship
team in 18 years.
Cmht. who avers ced 22 points
throughout the seven playoff
games and broke the sinrle game
assist record, received the most
votes in the "AD-SUr baUotimt by
s wits writeis and tportseaKtert
Heinso rammed a total of 37
points throerb the nets fat the 9
nil eonNe erertim exhnster at
Borton Gardens Stnrday. Another
Celtics rookie, Frank Ramsey,
racked s 18 points in the over
time alooe te tntnre the Celtics
first championship. r ."',,
TAR end PEACE"
. Albtrto VC Mdntilla. vgportsv
details with a group or friends..
By HERBERT MOISK
Newly crowned as champions of
4 U T) 1 .ri' t.v, ,1 :
uic vauiuuw uueu uassuica uassuica-tion
tion uassuica-tion Soltball League, the Cafe Bo Bo-hio
hio Bo-hio will try to add one more lau laurel
rel laurel to the many they have acquir acquired
ed acquired in this league. ..
Aside from winning the cham cham-pionsmp,;
pionsmp,; cham-pionsmp,; tney have established a
recoru ior consecutive wins. One
more record maae bv the"'Cinde.
reua Sleepers" is tne cliching of
we uue wiinou a oexeai. :
. Tomorrow the team has its last
scheduled contest against a now now-spirneu
spirneu now-spirneu jtlargarua uiam, -ana in
uus concetic not oniy- riaes the
wiafgarita bears hopes of xuushiiig
in a second piace ue but tne" rev rev-tiiuaiUL,
tiiuaiUL, rev-tiiuaiUL, iuyeui, ui tne Caie uo-
nio playing a wnble season with
out, m iuh ui lias league.
Should the champs win this one,
a ,..cv.ucut wm get in local
softball. This' wriier cannot recun
u- vuiev team Ke.uug' this close
co tne season a eiio, with suca a
oruuant recoro.4 .i 'tif
In their last eutinL Cafe Bohk)
wwe fureWegi1 mux au, .over time
mavtu agaiu uie nounuerwig cer-
vet, xxtioou. 1 teaui. .ommg uoin
Demnd a n-u aeiicit. tne caamps
roaieu up to a iwu-iwt ue uicu
carried uie xieermen to tne eiKaio
am uruwueu luem uiiee-tu-nvo.
iui is me ciosest tnau uus ouuit
has come to aeieai.
Comins into the lea cue with a
pr-eaiv4. t,ag oi musiung.j uiiru
or lourui, &gi. ram wamei, man
ager, ana tus two aiues,. auoui
iii.u tue "txpeigj" oy uuuuung
uus team uiui .iiampivniuiip, iuu-
iu.4 cjuciuUi.y tuuiiig u a
" ......uu w win, Uie ooyn
have done almost everything
- .. : .kmu, Mlcy hit ve
turww a Uilit.pluiB UllkuCU a-
rouuu tuese pari coupieu witn
uiat uekU'e w.mn,. i--,,
There are no-standout perform-'
ers tut wis tiui utuyiie uit iauc
uiatiive of uie 'Desi six hiuers oi
uie -u;aBu.r ,a'e on uie ..rosier.,
tuesier ieoousa has been leading
tne team ootu as captain and nu-.
ter. His pitching, chiefly- relief, has
oeen ox tremeuaous neip... ,.x 4
Fans in Rainbow City and Colon
and other Atlantic Side Communi-
pes are coming out tomorrow to
see w'nat will happen when Cafe
Bobio meets the Margarita Stars.
A big question will be answered.
Can Cafe Bohio finish- the season
undefeated? r :'r.'-
Sfarf By Whipping i
Sugar Kings 7-2.
HAVANA. Cuba. Aorfl lup
The Montreal Rovals. off tn a
flying start in the International
League with a 1 7-2 victory that
featured the pitching of Connie
Grob and a homer by big Jim
Gentile, were scheduled to meet
the Cuban Sugar Kings again to-
uigw. .- -" ....
A crowd of 12.000 attended the
opening game of the league sea
son last nuht and saw Frank
Shaughnessy mark the beginning
or nis zist year as league presi president
dent president by throwing out the first ball.
Grob, former Washington Sena Senators
tors Senators righthander now back aeain
in the, Brooklyn Dodgers' farm
system, scattered six bits in hurl hurling
ing hurling Montreal to victory and was
not scored on until the seventh in
ning when he. hid a 8-8 lead. Grob
helped his own csuse with two
singles and drove in one run.
After a single tally in the first
inning, the Royals, added two in
the second oa a walk, to Bert
Hamrie and singles by Bill La-
Jo le, Groo, and Bob Doland for
all ue runs Grob needed. Genule,
first basemsn who hit 40 homers
for Tort worth last year, hit the
f.rst round trippr of the season in
'-e 'ntl innun for Montreil. Emi Emi-lio
lio Emi-lio Cvecbe, who pitched the f.rrt
u.e tunings for the Cubans, wss
This wis tl enly sft;n is
? e. 'i c '- Y s
e ct'j t 1
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Panama Boxing Commission i!
- Title Bout 'No Decision
decisW'P!Sv'? 0hinf 'ComP'sslon' last iligM declared as "no
the referee SV. ,?,2ttw5Iht championship fight inhlch
e tliitd thi DosSibf.dh?0ft,,are.disqua,,,v the winnep becau"
At .! i. Je ostUity Part of the crowd.
.dinrl..t'?. lender at the Olympic vt
a Yt, f jV-VV- "'"P"n Meivm Bourne's was announced
" a split-decision winner over Toto Ibarra. """,e.a
The boxing commission upset this decision because ef
Bourne'a "unsportsmanlike- and illegal methods.''
Despite the commisison'e riilln- i,nnotU.i:i,.
keeps his crown and his purso and crowd-shy referee Rorpiia
Pinion keepa bis referee's license.. J tKzen.e "ogello
Last nieht's decision cams at union w. ' v"
Commission meeting after a plea.him at east 2u iim v
by Ibarra's Cuban manager-train
er Jorge Molina Acosta who accus
ed referee Rogelio Pinzoriuf being
derelict in auty" in not tauing
stern measures to curb Bourne s
Last Wednesday both boxers
were wanted by the Commission
that clean f: fib tine was expected
of them. "The Commission will
tolerate no. violations of the rules
of boxing," they were t o 1 d by
Commission president i Jose Roge
lio (Pinky) Arias.
Five Commision members
voted last night. Ricardo A. Pari
de and Dr. Alfredo Malo' felt i
som punishment r'wuld be met
ed out to BoOrne, but that the
win verdict should remain .'
Carlos Guevara and Aldo. Gar
cia castigated Bourne 'for "f o u 1
tactics" and voted for the "no de
cision.' V i'V '. -!, '.yf '4
The deciding ballot was cast by
Arias, who sjid that he had ori
ginally advocated fine and-or
suspension for the champion, but
in view of testimony supplied by
Pinzon. judges Freddy Middieton
and Dayid Amado- and sportwrit-
ers xomas a. uupas ana j.- j.
Harrison, the case took a differ
ent light. 1 '
Pinzon said he warned Bourne
several times during the bout, al
though onlv once formally. In that
instance, he said, he had ho doubt
that the champion deliberately but1
.ted."''-;',"..' '. j -.it- .-,.-'
"I would not say for sure .that
Bourne had criminal intent in' the
other instances;" Pinzon stated
"It is my opinion that his natu-
rar style is similar to tnat qt xor xor-mef;
mef; xor-mef; Panama 126-pound dhampion
Kid Zefine and ex-world feather featherweight
weight featherweight king Sandy Saddler. Such
fighters almost invariably- appear
to be fouling although it may not
alwavs be the cae." he said,
'. Pinion also declared that
would not have dared disquali disqualifying
fying disqualifying the champion became ef
fear of possible hestltUty ef part
ef the erowd ..r--J' -'t- '$
1 ;V,"'" .'Vvt
' Middieton and Xmado both said
that in their qpinion Bourne used
deliberate foul methods.-' Middle Middle-ton,
ton, Middle-ton, who was, the more emphatic
of the two. said that he took away
points from the champion in sey-j
eratTounas vv f .."'.
Cupas declared that ; Bourne s
performance was one of the most
"flagrant and disgraceful demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations of dirty fighting' he had
witnessed in all his years as a
sportswriter. 'The referee said he
admonished Bourne only once for formally
mally formally said Cupas, "In my opi-1
COMING RELEASES ; ;
Tht screen turns a scar
ing ipotlight on the na nation's
tion's nation's least known most
dangerous man ,?
LIFE CF A
Harrison, on the request of the
commission president-, confirmed confirmed-!
! confirmed-! enrt under a Picture in yes.
terday's The Panama Amn
kX, Z-a A instant-
hefore this shot was made. Bourne
had rubbed a thumb in r d e e n ,l
cut over Toto's eyej .''
The picture, which was used as' as'-evidence
evidence as'-evidence last night, shows' Bourne
wrestling Ibarra through the ropes
with the champion's head touching
the challenger's face.
, Harrison, we had a ringside ?
seat where tho incident took
place, said he saw Bourn dell,
berately rub his glove in the
gash and butt Tote while, the
letter's head was en the ring
fl,r- J t t
- Arias, and the rest of the-Com-
mission: scored Pinzon for his not
being more energetic In the use
of his authority. VWhile Ve do- not
doubt his honesty and gopd faith,"
they said, "we must say that .his if:
work Sunday night left much to be
desired."- ,;? ?f-':i:S,rw'-i-W!-'K.
Bourne said that 'if he' did im.t '
Ibarra; it was not intentional f'l
only defended myself as, I know
now," he asserted.--.;'-4 .r-.-.i.vif'
Ibarra. -who was nnfinl tn hi
home, did hot "attend the meeting.
1 Molina left by plane for his New
York home earW this morninu.
The trainer said ''that Ibarra will
not be a bte to fight "for at least
five mdritbsll a a result of his
injuries.; .s ::r ; .v 'o'-j.
;F.:N. Announces 4
Caribbean Forces Network r
(CFN) has announcedt. hat the ?
following major league baseball
games .wilt, be broadcast begin--I
nir.j Thursday, April- ls.T'.--isv--s
-j; ;'', Vis;
6 Thursday, April 18: New York.?' t
Yankees vs. Boston Red ,Sx af;
J p.m. ',,:)-( ;.,-
Priday, pni iv: no game. it.
Saturday, April 20: Pittsburgh.-..
Pirates ve. Brooklyn- Dodgers at..'
2 p.m.', jt-.';;.-i.f,v-;,,iV'
, i j, '. ., :,'. i -r- 'j,vt
- Sunday, April 21: Philadelphia-",-Phillies
vs. New York Giants it.s
a kich ixpcsiniai
i c- -- -f
n i m
' I tai cerr pjq
; j CC:3-Yr,LS0N-GR:rnTH
J. -. ."Z C..3 ss Bar- fcfthlne
1 1 I
I Bsisjsssa m a m.mmm t-Lj c Um
Th trtateet rrl ever
WTtt kw fnarnifWutrv
a en the 5rrn!
ITS' r AH AMI AKERICAir -AJI WDEFINDEtff DAILY' KEWSPAfBI
TUESDAY, APRIL 18. 1957
Ai '(Major league TeohisSwngf
hf o Melton Today
Michael Brians: CZ Jr. Rifle
Champion; Cristobal; Jr. Rifle
Club Team No. 1 1957 Champs
Thirty-tw Junior-diootert com competed
peted competed for the honor won by Mich Michael
ael Michael Brians of Cristobal Junior Ri Rifle
fle Rifle Club-tbat of Junio Rifle Cham Champion
pion Champion of the Canal Zone for 1957 as
a result of his commendable score
382-16 df a possible 400-40X fired
vwteitiin in rii virtual Wi-
tional Rifle Association Sectional
Junior Kuie lourname" Vf,
was .sponsored by B.P.O.' Elks
Balboa Lodge No. 1414 on.. Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, April at the Balboa Gun
Club rage, rarfan. 7
There were other fine scores a
mong these juniors, representative
members of Ft Amador Souet
Junior Rifle Club, Balboa Gun
Club Junior Division and Cristobal
Jupior Rifle Club, Second place
winner, also a member of Crista-
Kl tit ad
score of ,366-15x. Third place wM
ner our gin from JBawoa viuo.
Jeanette Orr with score of 35T 35T-;
; 35T-; lOx. High Girl medal waa then a a-warded
warded a-warded Judy Griffon, 'Cristobal,
with a score of 3524x;r,- ': j.
Especially noteworthy is the 31 31-4
4 31-4 score posted by Raymond Senei Senei-deggj
deggj Senei-deggj : age 12, Cristobal, to win the
Hi" Sub-Junior award.' For manv,
this was their first -experience to
actual competitive shooting, but
all the juniors, experienced and a a-mateur.
mateur. a-mateur. reacted to rage discipline
like old-timer. Range duties were
expertly handled by M)r Robert
N. Stokes, PMSaT, ROTq Balboa
High School and Captain ChrJsto-
lit Billy Gibson. Cristobal
rrnNO position J
S 1st John Ambrose, Cristobal
2nd James Frink, Amador
Art Rosalie Badel, Cristobal
PRONE POSITION v
fist Baw Davison, Cristobal
2nd. Jeaneiw wrr. o""?K
All conaiiions 01 to w""u"
1, Mike Brum i J00-te
2 Dave Eberera ti J00-7X
r Q.RT f
. 4. Judy Griffon ;
5. Barry Davison
6. John Ambrose v
S 83-3X 'I-72-lX i..87-5xr
7. Billy Gibson
8. BosaUe Badel 84-3X
10. Frank Townaend 9o-4x
ll.lilnda1 Cunningham1' 91-lX
1 2 Beth Bialkowski i 9
la.'Tred Dube f-- '. 80-lx
14. Raymond Sheidegg 85-2x
is Don Terrv
16. James Frink
17. Douglas Chassln
18. Robert Evan '
18. Barton Scott
20. Robert Flumach
21. William Scott
22. ; Gary Irving v''(
23: Charles Rowan
24. Randy Coat
25. Gary Hisrjfin
28.: Albert White 'f
27. James Rowan 1
28. Pamela Johnston
29. L. Trevathan
CLUB TEAM; CRISTOBAL' JR.
At 1 m
, W-2x r
TEAM: CRISTOBAL No. 2
f Comvetiter H ' "' 3 Prw
1. Davison. ; ".. 93-3x
2. cunnlnghum .TV 94-3x
, 3. Ambrose. ... 94-2x
4. RadeL . 96-5X
TEAM: BALBOA GCTN CLUB. JR.
- 1. Orr.
. 2. Dube. .
! Terry. .
TEAM: CRISTOBAL Na. S
Competitor -. Prone
J. Murray, v, .IWt
2, BinowsH.. P-Sx
, t. Pcnidesg. ; 8S-ST
4V Coate. . . 86-1x
TEAM: FT. AMADOR SCOUT JR.
pher Wheeler the Executive OKI
VH W ... .
... tKa TmirnaTnenr.
In team competition, on aunaay
April 7, cristooai junioj n
T..m Nn 1 Ahf nv Noel
Gibson, won 'the silver medal and
honor of canal zone leam vuw-
.4,... low tsAth a It.im total
score of 1423-30x. In second place
behind their club mates xoiioweu
Cristobal Team No. Z to win
bronze medals with a score
Stratford B. Duke war the NRA
appointed official referee lor the
tournament rjw VK
Mrs. Maxine fcillman, the Sta-
4t.i.!..i ttimr u: assisted ex
pertly by SFC Cecil Stevens, chief
scorer, assisted oy v
j D.om Ksllor chief T6-
aiiu iuis. v6s
corder, assisted iby ,Ms eecxy
..- ... fln.V atase of the
tournament, luncheon was given
the shooters ana personnn
. .1 11,. w.ibii1 Home in
presented the winners. Mr. Duke,
presenting the NRA, presented
the medal awards followed jby toe
awarding of the mercnawue t
Mr. Tom Murphy Exalted Ruler,
B.P.O. Elks' Lodge No.' 1414.."
A shooting trophy .was given
n.. nu winner and cnam-
plon; a spotting scope went to E E-berent
berent E-berent for second place ? and
.htina trnnhv tA Scheidegg IOT
Hi Sub-Junior. Other merchandise
awards are as follows;
Gun cleaning kit
1 Sllnx keeper
Gun cleaning kit
Gun cleaning kit
. Gun cleaning Wt
Standing Sitting KnefUr
fla . 357-10X
n-2x 1 93-3x
. 84'- :
W 338-1 fix
;.. S05 3x
1 300- Jx
- 289- JX
' 278-t 5X
' 274- IX
R. No. 1
Sitting Kneeling Standing Total
a a Mat m m 4tatr11i
. 859-1 0x
' 338- 7x
Sitting KneeHng Standtnr Total
Siltlne. Kneelhir funding Total
W-fx 78-lx 79 2. 348- 8x
91-3X 81-lX W : 320- X
M-4X 82 78-lX 341- 8x
' 83 72 V;- 74 824- lx
Stttlne Killing Faatag TU1
M-4x M M-lx 316- 9x
W-lx ; 74-lX 72-lX 3S0- x
Ta-lx M 5S T7- 3X
1 81. 62 68 289- lx
$Hn KnHlnf ita41ag "rut
rr.ix c--ix 4j rru ix
57 69 22 231- lx
Zany Opener i
,,. By fkkiU uOWN 'lJ
HEW YORK, April H (UP)
The Mijpr League pennant races
trt in earnatf tadav after a
presidential opener .in which
baseball put its' worst feet for
at the eight openers wuh primary
interest' iocusing on the New York
VanlrnA' Atf.mnt 4t malrA -a iARt
getaway in quest of a third straight
American League pennant and
th Rvnnlrlvn linffAra amharlrinff
ion wnat is figured to be. another
season-long riauonai veague name
luirn rnA juiiwauuee .jsravea auu
I the Cincinnati Redlegs.
.Despite the hoopla of the Grape Grapefruit
fruit Grapefruit league grind, there are only
. ti.nfnl wt n.ivrAm.rt in t h A on-
CI 1 aiaaWSa -V vwaaAVAav 1 war
ening lineups. New managers mail
ing iiieir tieDUM wuay are vei ujr
Vmm.aH flntrAkonri ..Indiana.
I !.. 'finha nf hA DAfrnit TlffA.rS
1 mi. Tn aHlitinn Al Tlnp IB mU
ing his first appearance as pilot
The season got ou yesieraay 10
Ki timnrt iiriniAn acorea an ii-ju
nintr 74i viptorv aver the Wash
uigion aenaiors in a uirco uuu.
na imimit. atriiBBl marked bv
126 hits and five errors. President
JBisenhQwer tossett out two cere-
I'ftrmt kalla" and lonked
like the best pitcher in the ball
1 1 n:n.. T kma .Innft
pars, unux niuy juoo e.u wut
m nitch two scoreless innings ana
pick up tne inumpnv (: : m
something : mere hm wig
League cempetitien is antielpat antielpat-d
d antielpat-d today end tonight from ia
schedule that has Washington at
New York, Chicago at Cleveland,
Boston at Baltimore and Detroit
at Kansas City in the A.U and
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (night)
New v York at Pittsburgh. Mil.
wsukoe at Chicago and at. Louis
ru.l.ai.1 in th N.L.. ,?
r...v stAnOpl aeelune his ClSntn
pennant in nine years, soma
Hmt winner Whitey Ford against
the .Senators, who ., are opening
With ChUCK SIODDS. OlOOUl itww
.u.. h- c.nitnri' Tiva wina ov-
er the Yankees in 1956 and was
"held over" from yesieraay
vance opener". .Jor .thiS i assign
ment, h -' ,v .A
Strikeout whiz nero More w.
k. .... -W ... n .a AnAn.fnp t- tna
llndisfis Against Jack Marshman of
thh, whita' So Frank. Sullivan or;
iTonl Brewef is going aor-theRed
tiox against the, conquering One-
'ryof the Tigers -is facing ;iTom
Morgan of the .Athletics. v' -'p?
In the National Uague night op op-tk.
tk. op-tk. niutoaf't ara BAnriine 27.
ua nrt vi.piitiii winner ciaua
game winner ftfon Newcombe a
gainst Rouui nooens 01 U,".S.U":
7... Tk. nnrisara will be without
th services of 1 Peewee Reese in
an opener for the first time in his
career, excepting the war years,
because-01 a ntimeu
.1. rwm imner. the Brookt' hard
luck kid, is replacing him.
. Warren spann, ty"" .
1 U handling the
Braves' opening day mound chore
against the tuns coo un, "-nr
nr "-nr th New-York
Giants is opposing Bob Friend jrf
the Pirates ana vinegar
-.11 K..-lina fnr the St. LOUIS
Cardinals against urpris aArtr
Johnny Kiippsiem oi u.
! The races "IT'
. lop-oidod 2 S pick In the
A.L. and the Breves ? e alight
choice In the' N.L. No woetorii
Ham hi won H.L.
tlnco 194 when the Cardinola
boat the Dodgers in a adayoff.
. ..ka nt Kit saw the Orio
les finally beat it the SMtors
l5oubled, moved to third on a sa
crifice ana scorea
. u;. ...fi.MAr Carl PoWlS.
in the founn inning ou
. i .v. n am run with
TS te the'fifth and
then Masted a two-run homer in
Srventh to pat ,th. Cle.
hAtri1 6-3. Xne oenawna
score w we r B"iu ---- -Courtney
" doubled om l-aaie
YThen camette nth l&t
J teJPFSZ .hoiid
feel too badly, though, because
Bolir" t o through
ne .ooc -------- ,- ;
. m nnUl nexv 7"'
agaui rharlA Drea-
153 games w 7
Vet. Flying To US
To Try To Save
SHANNON, Ireland (UP) A
Dublin veterinarian left by to today
day today for Paris. Ky., to do what he
' .... k i.(a f Tiilvar. a
criticslly-alllB.g racehorse who
enco oewogea w m aii
- nr. Michael Cosrrave is mak
ing the trip is chartered plane
WhlCD W1U aiw oeuverj rifcu.
yearlings to the Claiborne Stable,
The Aga Khan sold the rsce rsce-borse,
borse, rsce-borse, which had been undefeated
while tarrying his silks, to the
Irish National Stable for 1700.000.
1-1 'I mil VwuirrVl 4kaa tknaA utm
V-iptinn uoj v wrv jsrwnew mvbjb
the Irish for 8672,000 a year ago
I. -A ..... k.
rTAR tzi PEACE"
T rrrtAt rrl Tr
' 1 ':
Vofs B6iherressen.LJ6f'&Whble Moment!
a .- a a a, ... w vo. I
1 "Well, we got ajiole in- cen center,
ter, center, which is tou 'cause
I'm still used to a Puke
, Snider, won't take, less ,v
The .Yankees defeated the Dodg.
ers 8 to 6 to win the C League soft-
ball championship in the Balboa
Junior -, Senior Hish intramural
sports v program. Bob Rathgeber
and his Yanks had to come from
behind in the final inning to win,
but they did it like true champions.
The Yanks" got off to a two-run
lead in the first inning while the
Dodgers of Maurice Nahmad were
collecting one tally. Both teams
went scoreless in tne second ai
though the Dodgers got men on
base when Rathegeber got a bit
wild on the mound. In the third
inning Rathgeber clouted his first
of 2 home runs with a mate on
base and the Yank went out in
front 4 to 1.
That was the way it stayed un
til the Dodgers came to bat in the
fourth. They jumped all over Rath
geber, collected two : sound nits,
several walks and errors, to run
up five) big runs and take, a 6-4
lead in the gamp. The Yanks could
not do anything in their half of the
inning, and it lookea like a iiue
for .the Dodgers.
Coin into th last of the fifth
and final inning trailing by two
runs, the Yanks came to life. Rath Rathgeber
geber Rathgeber got bis second round trip
blow with a teammate on base and
this tied 'the score. The the Dodg
ers settled -d'own,. and slow balling1
... j. At.. A. A.' I
ttiu cnseiKa koi ino next iwo nai
lers out. Benny Horton and Larry
Corrigaa each singled and, then
Fred Syhder broke up the game
with a crashinx double that scored
Horton and corrtgan ana, gave me
game and cbampipijsup ..to,, tne
Yanks. ,:Jgt ).-;. .ts'wiji;
What! nobody thought would hapr
pen, happened : in tn a League
basketbalL Roy Culbreth' Celtic,
running in secdnd place most of
the season, upset tne .top dogs, tne
Globe Trotters ,46 41 and .this
caused the league to end in a dead deadlock
lock deadlock between these two teams.
Both these teams had one more
game to play to complete the
schedule, but they won these hand handily.
ily. handily. The Celtics took the Tarheels
42 to. 26. and the Trotters took the
Dons 46 to 22. The Dons, however,
Comedy of Errors
AB R H O A
6 12 2 4
Kell, 3b-lb :
Triandos, e r
Robinson, 3b '.
O'DelL p V r i
Loes, p ''
: Total j
45 7 15 33 13
AB R H O A
0 0 4 0
Runnels, B) V.
Sievers, U ..
Lemon, rf ' r
1 11 0
TotaU ""' 42 6 11 13 12
A Struck ewt for Miranda m 5th
- I At Niania an Hi- i
C-Growndod out for Lvttrall In
lltte. .- ".v '-
D-Sirtf lad for Paocoel In 11th.
Ran for Chrisley lltn.
E Powii, Yost, Niemsn. Court
ney. Erideweser kbi niemaa.
Gardner, nterers. Lemon, (Sievers
scored OBPowis' error in 4th),
Chakales 2. Tnando : Court-
ney, Powis. 2B Sievers, Powis,
Kell, Courtney, Williama, Trian Triandos.
dos. Triandos. 3B Chakales. Nieoao. UR
Tnando. ha -ruarcix; a Brown,;
Pilarcik. tr Lemon. Powis,
DP Plews and Luttrell; Gardner,
firideweser ojo aoyam Lien Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore 12, Wathtngton 6. BB Cha
kales 4. Brown 1. Fornieles 2. S
O Chakales 7, Brown 1, Fornie Fornie-ies
ies Fornie-ies 7. Pstcual 3. HO Brown S-
5. Fornieles M, O'Dell -0. LOei
0-0. Chakiles -4. Pascual 1-1. H H-BP
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Now that yon mention it,
I need pitchers bad. Boy,
I roil Id use -a Don Neyr Neyr-rombe
rombe Neyr-rombe eyery. other dav .
unished the 'season in good style
by winning their lone game. They
jpsct the Hawkeves 22 to 20.
When the Celtics and Globe Trot Trotters
ters Trotters met for the title it was rated
as anyone's ball game, with a
slight edge going to the Celtics by
this time. Culbreth had brought his
team along to a good peak, while
Alex Ruiz, captain of the Trotters,
had lost a key player along the
' Actually, the gam was pretty
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uec.uea in uie nrst quarter.
Culbreth was hot as a tov nistol.
pushed in 10 points in the openuig
stanza, which was four more than
the entire Globe Trotter team
eouU make in that time. By half
me tne uemcs nad run up a 33-17
leac. and the issue ws never in
aount. 1 v. .v,-
Culbreth had his best day' of. the
season as he 'Scored 30 Doints to
pac his team to the win and the
tiue. Final score wa a lopsided
61-40, and it would hsve hMn a
lot worse except for the great play
of Ruiz, particularly in the second
half.: -.' T1'?"' ': .- t.- ...
Alex scored" 27 poinis, and got
12 Of these in the final nimrtpr
Leroy Vaughan scored 19 .for the
Celtics, and just about every, boy
in the line up got in tfie scoring
column, .whereas the Trotters only
had 31 boys to 'score. k fat Kline
for' 13 andGord6n Balbirnie 2 to
(tak ra 0$ alj, Trotter points.,
Yankee .,.V.' .'' S I
Dodger ; 4: 2
Caidinal-; , I I 4
Giants, J ,S
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win n :Hm
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Boston ; i 0 0 .000 H
Chicago : 0 0 .000 V4
Cleveland 0 0 .000 Vx
Detroit 0 0 .000 Mi
Kansas City 0 0 ,000 Vj
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Washington : 0 1 .000 1
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Chicago at Cleveland
Detroit at Kansas City
Boston at' Baltimore
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8brown, Fornieles, O'Dell, Loes
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born Algiers-born fighter, died Sunday morn morning
ing morning about' 12 hours after he lost
a decision to M, Arabi of Paris.
Aissaoui fainted in the ring after
the decision. .. v, j
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FOR RENT:- Chalet 2 bed bed-room,
room, bed-room, living dining, garage,
maid room with iirvict.
: Transisthmi' 1 Highway 2nd
St. Vista, Hermoae. Ttl. 3-1275
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE:
Furnished or unfurnished p p-cious
cious p-cious residence in Bella Viita;
2 large- bedrooms, ona alr-con-ditioned;
2 hath; porch 5x6 M
living room? dining room, largo
kitchan; 2 maids rooms with
' hath; hot watsr; frtoiar; waih
ing machine; Iarga garden;
fenced; to reliable party. Own Owner
er Owner leaving Isthmus. For in information
formation information call 2-3012 during of office
fice office hours.
FOR RENT: Completely
furnished, three bedrooms'
chalet.' Oarage all convent,
nee. Via Belisario'P o r r a s.
, FOR RENT: 3 bedroom
, chalet, hot water, all modern
. conveniences, furnished or un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. One bedroom apart apart-.'
.' apart-.' ment, living-dining room, mod modern,
ern, modern, furnished or unfurnished.
First Avenue, El Carmen, op op-posit
posit op-posit house 94. Panama.
FOR RENT: : "-Chalet at Golf
Heights. Large garden, living living-room,
room, living-room, dinmg room, 3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, maid's room,
hot water. Completely furnish furnish-ed.
ed. furnish-ed. Contract can be arranged
for 3 years Phono mornings,
3-2975. Evenings 2-2970.
FOR RENT: Ideal house for
large family. ..Phono Panama
2-2102. Ask: for Mr. Pabrega.
FOR RENT: 20 rooms. New
concrete hows .at $16.50, a
month No. 13, 17St. Pueblo
Nueve. Call 3-0229 from 1 to 5
. p.m. ;
LEARN THAT FAD FROM
s, j I TRINIDAD
. r fcALYPSO
, For Teenagers Adults
HARNETT & DtW
To Buy er Rent S Bedroom Chalet
in foa4 neighborhood by American
family. Write particulars to A.B.C
ro. Box 4SS4, Panama, R.P.
UNITES) STATES OP AMERICA
i Canal Zone
Vatted States District Court For
The District a The Canal Zone
i, Division of Balboa
Walter C. Reed. Plaintiff, va. Am.
Maria D.f Read. Defendant. Summon)
Case No. 4471. Civil Docket 11. Action
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
iter the first publication.
: In case. of' your failure to o appear
and answer, Judgment wm be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint
Witness the Honorable Guthrie I
Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
thia April 1. 1957.
, C. T. McCormlck. Jr.
By Sara de la Pena
v' Chief Deputy Clerk
' To Ann Marie D. Reed
The foregoing summons Is
foregoing summons Is served up
on you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie r.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
elated March ZS. 157. and entered and
filed la this action in the office of the
Clerk, of said United States District
Court for the Division of Balboa, on
March 2S, 15T.
C. T. McCormlck. Jr.
By Sara de la Pena
- Chief Deputy Clerk.
in nn f r
CALLS TH 10 00 P3L
o 25 cycla) convarsion.,
ATTENTION. 0. LI Just built
modem furniihad apartments, I,
W?" bet, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: ,- One bedroom
apartment, $70.00. Another 3
bedroom, $90.00, cool and com comfortable.
fortable. comfortable. El Sol Building, 4h
of July Avenue.
FOR RENT: Army Inspect Inspected
ed Inspected furnished or unfurnished a a-partments
partments a-partments all conveniences El
Cangrejn Phono 3-5692.
FOR RENT: Apartment 1
bedroom, parlor, dining room,
kitchen two balconies, laundry
room, first floor, garage. In
, apartment house "San Jose"
F. St. El Cangreio. Phone 3 3-2501
2501 3-2501 or enquire at apartment
No. 1 from noon to 3 p.m..
FOR RENT: Large three
room apartment with kitchen
and bath, completely screened
and located near Canal Zone.
Unfurnished. Rent $650)0 Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-0763 or 2-0027. vv
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom apartment. Top floor
Gloriole building across from
Hotel El Panama. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-6082.
FOR RENT: Modern ona
bedroom apartment. Living
room dining room, yard. Roc-
ently pointed. Via Espaiia No.
24-21. Phone 3 0749 or 2-3056.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach bouse. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1166.
Baldwin's furnished apart apart-ments
ments apart-ments at Santa Clara Beach,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3691.
PHILLIPS Oceansldo Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890-Panama,
R. do P. Phono' Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.;;. 7 ;
FOR RENT: Locale' formal-.
' ly occupied by Lavanderia Rei
, ma, $50.00 Bocas del Tare Str
o No. 4. Phono M295 ":'-.t'
uosipn Brums Hee(
For Hockey Crown
BOSTON (UPj The Boston
Bruins, their confidence and mo morale
rale morale restored to full combat meas measure
ure measure with a single playoff victory,
entrained today to meet the de defending
fending defending champion Canadieng at
Montreal this evening in the
fifth game of the title series.
"The fire is not out yet," said
Boston coach Milt Schmidt after
watching his team shut out the
Canadiens 2-0 Sunday night The
triumph, the first for Boston, after
dropping three straight in the
best-of-seven series, was achieved
on the great team effort high
lighted by the excellent goal tend tending
ing tending work of rookie Don Simmons
and Fleming Mackell's two goals.
The veteran Mackell scored his
fourth and fifth goals of the play
offs in the first and final periods,
"We lacked drive tonight," said
Montreal coach Toe Blake after
the loss. "Jean Beliveau was los
ing the puck too often and so was
Nevertheless, the Canadiens to a
man fully expected that the 1957
hockey sesson would end Tuesday
UNITED STATES OF AMEBIC A
UaHee Stain District Cevrt Fe
Tae District of The Carnal Ease
In the Matter of the Adoption of An
sel Orlando Montafto Garcia, a mlnor
under the are of 14 years, vs. Artec!
Orlando Montana Maldonado. No. 4
To: Ansel .Orlando Montane Maldenade
I You are hereby required to appear
before the United State District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone. Di
vision of Balboa, at the Courtroom
thereof, rn Ancon. Canal Zone, en the
5th day or June. 157. at S o'clock In
the forenoon of that day. then and
i there to show cause. If any yeas have.
why Adelbert Davis should not a
ceed with the hearing, of hat petition
tor me aoopuon of the aaove named
Witness, the Hnnerabl Guthrie P.
I Crowe. Judex. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this Sth day of April. 157.
C. T. McCenatck. Jr.
Clerk of Court
Sara de la Peaa
Chief Deoutr Clerk
To- Anrel Orlando Montane Ma loaned
The foreromc citation Is ssi ml no
vou by publication pursuant to the or
der of the Honorable Guthrie r Cm
Judce. United States District Court for
the District of the Canal Zone, dated
the Sth day of April. 157. and entered
end filed to this eetioa sa the efftee of
the Clerk of the United States District
Court. Division ef Balboa, ea the Sth
day at April. 157
C T. aSeCeeassek, Jx.
Clerk ad Court
Sara ee la Psm
Chief Dewuty Clark
"YAR and PEACE"
The (Tea test Barrel over
written Benr srtarairicently
live oai tkc fecreea!
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LEAVE TOUB AD WITH One Of OUR
iflimMU ui ruiu.i.M.iunr. ro.
BAROO No. 26 -B" Street e MORRISON 4th of July Ave. A 1 St. e LEWIS
FARMACIA LUX-4-164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de
inn -iif.ft-jia i pe oircm nv. m m iuojiua ju, miumvuiwi atevro
the Bella Vista Theatre.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury
club coupe excellent condition.
$500.00 Call Navy 2362.
, FOR SALE: 49 Chevrolet
2 door; good body tires, new
battery, generator, distributor,
. starter naiads a little work by
handyman 5250.. Albrook 7205
Leave your number tor oar
FOR SALE: 53 Studebak Studebak-r
r Studebak-r "8'V. excellent condition.
Lets of Extras: Reasonable
Dial 2-3204 Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
210 four door sedan, two-tone
paint, driven 4100 miles. Phono
Cristobal 3-1391. ;
Will sail or trade 1955 Austin
of England, 45 miles to the
gallon, Next thing to a ree
rid. Call Guy. Panama 3-7217
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Cusf Cusf-tomliner
tomliner Cusf-tomliner Sedan, four dootv ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, radio, heater
new tiros. Can 87-2216. $850.00
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Vic
torla radio, excellent condition..
$500. Telephone Balboa 2-3376
Collar. ; t-
FOR SALE: 1947 Kaiser
$150.' Good transportation. Ori Original
ginal Original owner. 5615-ft Diablo
Phone 2-4412 ; T;
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1-2
ten Panel, 1952 powerful mo motor,
tor, motor, excellent condition all a a-round.'
round.' a-round.' Phone 2-2217.
FOR SALE: Customlino 6,
4 door, heater, back-up and di directional
rectional directional lights, clock, 7000
miles, -' Excellent condition.
$1700. Balboa 1581-B. Tel. 2 2-3479.
r Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
XeU' Panama t-OSSs
TRANSPOSES BAJCJER. S. A.
Packers SMppoie Movers
Phoaos2U 2451 1-2562
Leant Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding t Jeaiping Clataes daily
i to 5 p.m. Phone 2.2451
or by aaoolnrasent.
"Sib font Bsnro down"
McLevy Haentnea, Massaia
Steam Bath aula an female
Medical kelta, orth braces.
SS Av. Joste Areaetaena S-Kll
Ds. SCBOU, traasaa CUraoadist
ST. LOUIS (UP) Outfielder
Tonv Kubek of the New York
Yankees and shortstop Andre
Rodgers of the New York Giants
were chosen today by the Sporting
News as the rookies most likely
I to succeed this year.
PALERMO. Sicily (UP) Giu Giuseppe
seppe Giuseppe Merlo of Italy won the men's
singles title in Palermo's 13th in
ternational tennis tournament Sun Sunday
day Sunday when be beat Hamilton Rich Richardson
ardson Richardson of he United States, 2-6,
6-4. 6-1, eM.
NEW YORK (UP) Randy Gum
pert., manager of the Kearney
club of the Class D Nebrasks
State League, was called by the
parent New York Yankees today
as a temporary replacement for
coach Bill Dickey. Dickey is recu
perating from "nervous exhaus
tion" at Tarpon Springs, Fla.
ujnTED rrAna or asmucA
Vwtttd Btataa DtstrM Cawt Fa
ne Pastrart af Tea Casta! tasw
-TMvlalan o Balbna
Joan ft CShMOs. Blatnaff. ve Ethel
M. O'ShMda. Oerandant auaamana vasa
No a4ia. ClvB Dacawt U. ActMSi lor
To the aW
0r ana caanolalnt tttt4 tn tn
abosa- antrtloal action wltntn ninety ears
atac the first autHtcauon.
la case your railurr sa so apacar
askS answer. tuOsmant srtu ba taken
aaM yoo fcy aktauM tar the rsuef
dmasaae an tne tampan.
Trim ii thai HanaraDM busnno r.
-wmm. JuOmm. Vnrar4 Stataa Xnstrict
aaart for tno tnssrsrt at )
Zoaaa. thai m IS. 187.
. CMf iMButy dark
To fMicf M. O SbloMa
Tha taiaealaal assie Ie
9mm yai hy swWioslSasi amsuant
th ai air ml tha HawsW Uartnrat
Croaro. Jur, Wvnod stataa ovrrm
Court Mr tn Dkvtrtrt ml tha CUal Zone
A.t Anril IL. 1S57. anal anrr4 aswl
1:4 In this arOoe In fSa offw at
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AGENTS O OUB OFFICES AT 13-37
a uomif riaza a) uis aiuu cemrai
FOR SALE: 2 Girls' Brcyi
cles, 26" Deluxe, : Excellent
condition $20. each. Balboa 2 2-3088
3088 2-3088 717 B Prado, Balboa.
FOR SALES Clrfs Road,
master bicycle, 24. Inch wheel,
'' little use. Excellent oondifion,
S25.00. Phono 3-1853. ',-.
FOR SALE: I couchcom couchcom-plete
plete couchcom-plete 525.DO Includes 3 cuah cuah-ions
ions cuah-ions and cover. Call 12-2149
Days. 83-5110, evenings; ..
FOR SALE: Leaving. Must
soil 1949 Buick Tudor with dy dy-nefiow.
nefiow. dy-nefiow. New Westinghouso
Laundromat, 24" RCA Televi Television.
sion. Television. Tel; Albrook 4111, ..
FOR SALE: Modern SAFE
30x30x36 Excellent condition
$140.00 phono 2-2217.
The term '"there are no non
combatants in the jungle" Is espe
cially true of the detachment prom
the 307th Engineers, v supporting
the 2nd Battalion Combat,: -Team
in Exercise Rio Selva., w
These airborne engineers are
working hand in hand with the
men of 'the 325th Airborne Infan
try at the Jungle wartara Tram
ing Center,. Tort Sherman.
! Their mission in support of
the BCT is a tough one. To con construct
struct construct trails, bridges, road
blocks and fortifications, sup support
port support river crossings with boots
and bridges and fight as infan infantrymen
trymen infantrymen when necessary ie a big
lob. : t
The very nature of tha V Jungle
imposes severe restrictions ana
presents problems seemingly iin
nnssihlB. tn overeome. a '
When one tree is felled, it Is
nftpn nprssrv tn cut several Oth
Ar tn! removal J it., In. iddition.
these timber weigh mora 4hsn
they would normally weigh e l s e
where. Jiecausa of their high wa
ter content. They are difficult to
carry out, and handsaws bind an
novinelr in cutting "them. Gener
ally they are covered with -heavy
choking vines that must be hack hacked
ed hacked off before the trees can ba re
. Juncle fortifications and road
blocks Dresent little or no prob
lem because the dense Jungle ter
rain favors the defender:. Howev
er, rivef crossings art a continu
ous operation, because') rivarf and
streams are so numerous in i the
Fort Sherman area. During;;' the
tropical rains their sixe and velo
city -quickly cnange.. mere are
few if any roads leading to the
crossing sites, ana streams not
marked on maps-show op unex unexpectedly.
pectedly. unexpectedly. V'
Attached to the engineer platoon
and undergoing training with, them
is the Pioneer and Ammunition
Platoon of the Battalion Headqar Headqar-ters
ters Headqar-ters Company. They conduct engi engineer
neer engineer reconnaissance- problems in
squad size units to reconnoiter pos possible
sible possible bridge sites, areas for road
improvements, sites lor river
crossings and trail locations.
One trail 1500 yards long and
10 feet wide, wea cut through
the jungle by the onglnoors In
six hours. This feat was accom accomplished
plished accomplished while one-third of the
team was providing security a a-gaimt
gaimt a-gaimt aggressor petrels. Tha
team also killed two deadly pol-
Swedes Jail Atomic
01 Grave Espionage
STOCKHOLM, April 18 (UP)
Stockholm police ssia way mat
laihxl sn cusoect Robert Folke
Damstedt is a native of the United
SUtes. They said be was born in
Kearney, NJ in 1320-
Damstedt, aa assistant secretary
of Ssnarlen's Atomic Energy Com-
missioa, and Gcesta A. T. J scobs-
son, a BavaJ employ, wero mulct mulcted
ed mulcted yesterday for "grava spioav
Police said Damstedt's father
was working for aa American com
pany m New jersey wnea d was
bora but that Damstedt was re returned
turned returned to Sweden when be was four
The SttftkhelrM snevrtartg tstwe tstwe-MPor
MPor tstwe-MPor Moigeneilodet, which broke
hSo esse yesterday, ropoetoel its
chare that Damatedt ia nnaJor
awssHcieai of ailing nwcVaor sax sax-rvfrt
rvfrt sax-rvfrt ffviT4 ai. -AUfcoaffc
be is aMistant secreta
ry of th AIC th govenrcnent sc sc-cusod
cusod sc-cusod kim only possessing doro-
mctrts stolen from uo nvy wwn
Miscellaneous I General x;
the intent t sB to Russia. Prote-JWmr
etttOT Werner t nyms r mans sevaar-
tigston found be bad not stolen a-
Police sources Indicated yester yesterday
day yesterday the aecneations tnctaded one
that tte men attempt to ix-tray
submarine aecrets to Russia. Three
other men were inirtH with
on cbsrfes of Sn.---
iedre of the set e c.i;ef
-H" RTBEET, PANAMA LIBRERIA
STREET, PANAMA ttBRERIA
- Jive. s, WJUHUfcS rrlARMACY
SERVICE Ave. Tivoll No. 4 FARMACIA EST ADOS UNIDOS 14 Central Ave.
la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMlWuste Arasemena Ave. and 33 St FABMACIA
e wuhum rnium,i-m mi carrauuilia o aABWUl
E Ave. Tivoll No. 4 O FAHMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS 149 C
Lve.jNa.i ai iuTuuuMrjusi Arasemena Ave. and 83 St f ABMAC1A
PARMAUA "SAS" Via Porras UL .MOVEDADES ATHIS Beside
drawer "a." diablo '
box 1211. cristobal, cx
DECORATING YOUR HOMEr
Visit ns for Modern Patterns
in w. 'elstery cloth and, Drap
orles GIBCO Josto Arose-'
mena and 34th St. or phone ;
Tanama 3-0281 anytime. Alio t
K. root-Squares for wall ..to
wall carpeting. Dolt yourself I
FOR SALE:. 2 story concreto;
houso- on justo Arosemena A-
venue, one block from National
City Bank Branch. Phone 3-11
sonous far do lance snakes dur during
ing during the operation.
A bridge was built over the Rio
oongo-in one. and one-half days,
despite- the constant scressor at
tacks, heavy timbers, and soft soil
that formed the river banks.
In addition, to- the, strenuous
work, the engineers conducted
classes on river crossing and the
use of assault, boats for all the ri rifle
fle rifle companies In the battalion. In
the jungle the tried and true bjill bjill-doxer
doxer bjill-doxer proved invaluable in clear clearing"
ing" clearing" vehiclular. type trails; howev
er, In the more marshy areas and
on the soft banks of rivers its use
is considerably limited.' ;
The method an, techniques ?in
rigging were put to i' the test fin
getting heavy, timbers. b est Jn
place during bridge construction.
With so many trees available in
iiiA 4iina1a in nnlAa rl m r V i-C' 1r
booms: and high lines- can be used
to a 8at;advantaee.,;U;l':N'l.tv,''5
In" Jingle combat,, if tFe. infan
trymen are to do auppiictr wnn
food,' ammjinitron, and ; medical
support, the e ombit engineers
must build the road., bridges,, snd
trails that make it possible for
these items to reach them.- and at
the same time must stand ready
not only to defend themaleves, but
also to fight as infantry.! U tne
need arisest:Sw-.' V ', 7-
llaming Of McLeod
As Envoy To Eire
Scored By Briton
LONDON.' Aoril M (UP) -Com
menting today on the nomination of
Scott McLeod as u. 5. Amoassa Amoassa-dor
dor Amoassa-dor to Ireland -the Manchester
Guardian said, "Some people tmnic
it would be good thing for Wash
ington, and for the State Depart
ment ia. Particular, to get rid of
McLeod. no matter where be goes
"This argument, however, cpm
mmrii itself more strongly to ox-
ficials in Washington correspond
ent, Max Freedman, law. rv
The American dinlomatic serv
ice "has not gained repute" by his
nomination, he added.,'
McLeod'i friends were excusing
his early blunders "on the usual
ground of Inexperience,' said Fre Freedman.
edman. Freedman. . ' '.-1 i
msr mAm -. UmiuIi MMmiftM
the error of suggesting' it might J
bt possible to do a deal, he said.
They suggested privateljr that if
liberal Senators did not object too
strongly to McLeod's appointment
they would not sustain their op op-rmsitinn
rmsitinn op-rmsitinn aoalnsf sendine IT. S. Am
bassador at Moscow, Charles Bob-
len to bis new post as Ambassador
to the Phillipines. be saidu
"Influential Senators are now
saying that McLeod's nomination
must be challenged apd seriously
debated if only because this pro proposal
posal proposal bss been advanced," be
said. . : y ;
leShima To Honor
Memory Of Pyler
NAHA. Okinawa. April IS (UP)
Memorial services wilt be held
for American war correspondent
Ernie Pyle on Ie Shim a Sunday,
April 28, it was announced todsy.
The Okinawa post of the Ameri
can Legion win sponsor-the serv
ices for th little Scripps Howard
correspondent who was known as
the infamrTTnan's friend. Ho sur
vived the fighting in Italy only to
be killed fey a snipers nonet on
J Sbima off Okinawa.
Ha aras Villed tn
the last boors
-i Ik. ei-al m vv KiHla mt Wfwln
H'AR end PEACE
The greetett novel ever
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FOR SAL El Norge lt, M
cycles 'automatic' washer.; Av- ;
allable June J, Call Albrook
3147. jK,-) t v
FOR SALE: Westinghouso
roaster, complete. $25.00. Alb,
FOR SALE: Porch sots $59.
chest of drawers $t.50, punk
beds- $44.00 child's wardrobe
$25.00, Chini closets $15.00, I
, pes living room sot $45.00, dou double
ble double beds wifh mattress $49.00
folding bed $27.50, center ta tables
bles tables $7,50. Also! Wrought Irani
living room, and c dining room
i sett porch chairs, innersprtRg
mattresses, 'ii linoleums. BIG
CASH DISCOUNTS EASY
TERMS. Household Exchange,.
National Avo; No, 41 Tola: 3-'
4911; -3-734S. "p:-
FOR SALE: Duo fo H
Complete household furniture: J
bedroom; living roomr dining
room, sets, etc. Refrigerator
stove, 1952, Vauxhall. Must sell
52nd Street No. 21 Apt. 5. Tel.
3-529. v).iv:.f 'W.i.-ap
FOR SALE: 21" Silvertona
TV- set, like now. $200. Phono
Panama 2-2102.- Ask for Mr,
Fabrega. 'y f
FREE: For Members and
guests Pedro Miguel Boat Club
Spaghetti Dinner.' April 25
,;t:3t:-wn' ; i'i't'v"-
Albrook IIC0 Club
To Feature Famous
Th Inlerrisfionallv ''. famous Los
Atomicos. orecision acrobats form
evlv. with the Rineline brokers
circus, win Deadline a troupe oi
local artists Saturday night at the
Albrook. NCO Club.
i Also scheduled, to-, take part eiu
. ...i. r u.. iw nMl
Xfie snow, wimw-eMusivifiy iuc y
ny Uisnop nomoot are: vrai xer xer-cos.i.a
cos.i.a xer-cos.i.a sensational exotic dancer;
song stylist IcildsfiBascombe"; the
versatile danseuse jean aiomn;
gong stylist Icilda Bascombe; the
versatile danseuse Jean Solomon ;
the .Two -Notes guitar duo. with
Dave Constable as master. of cer
emonies .i: a
,Theipre.Easter .show, is part of
an evening-of entertamment plan planned
ned planned bv management of the Albrook
NCO Club'for .members and their
guests;: i;.' i;.'-DariCe
DariCe i;.'-DariCe music' will .be: played by
the 'Bishop combo from 8 p.m. to
Argentina To Be
Feafured Ai JVB
Lecfure Series -v:
The second country to be f eatur-
ed;in the new bi-weekly ;"JCnow
Your Neighbor" series to be held
.at'the' USO-JWB Armed Forces
Center tomorrow at 8 p.m. will be
the reoublicof Argentina j
' The series was begun for: the
nuroose of acquainting interested
people m the culture and customs
of the lands nortn ana soutn oi
Panama. -', '.i. :
The public If Invited, v .'
; WASHINGTON: Presidential ad adviser
viser adviser Gabriel Hauge, in answer to
a questioner who asked if Budget
Director. Percival F. Brundage had
broken the law by permitting the
Post Office to go through Its bud budget
get budget ahead of schedule:
. "I've never conceived ef him as
a lawbreaker at lesst not con
CHICAGO: Mrs. Ragnar Ben Benson,
son, Benson, on her industrial engineer
husband's gift to 70 relatives and
employes n three-week trip to
Sweden:. . i
"AH his life that's the way Rag
nar has done things, whatever ne
had, be -always was willing to
share." -,v j. -a
HONG KONG: The Rev. Ful Ful-gence
gence Ful-gence Gross, Roman Catholic mis missionary,
sionary, missionary, on his physical and men mental
tal mental torture In a Communist. Chinese
"AUbouh it was physicaOy hor horrible,
rible, horrible, it was spiritaaUy wonderful,
and I was never sad."-
DURANGO. Cola: Mrs. Charles
Kockman, after a narrow escape
from death in an avalanches
"They arent kidding when they
call -it the white death. I never
thought we would get out alive."
WASHINGTON: Rep. John J.
Rooney (D-N.Y.; on the opera operations
tions operations of the U.S. Information A A-fenrr:
fenrr: A-fenrr: "1 cannot m gnod fonwifce sT
that I foot the Amncn tv-t'v-j
COL. DICK A." klNG(Tight)riransportation officer; U.'8. Army
Caribbean, presents- v $10 v check ana suggestion award .per,
tif icate to Jorge Farnum, Transportatibn Corps i employe; in
ceremonies rield-recently, at the U.S. Army transportation, ipo
tor;pool.at-Corozal. Farnum's prize-winning suggestiomwas
for a steam cleaner .to be added to the motor pool in order to ;
f ; facUitate ,thr,Clea1ning.of vehicles more qufckly" ; ;
j'j.y:'. : -.' .Vf-s-,;ivi -sgi-V. (U.S. Army Photo)
tONfiON Aprit 15 (UP)
bflfcialofgan !Of the Red Chinese
government charged, today 'that
''persecution'J': -of ; the Argentine
Communist paityby the govern government
ment government of President Pedro, Aratnbu-
ru was ; "jin attack on the people.
Peioine; Radio. In a Broadcast
heard here. Quoted an editorial in
the peimng Peoples lyaiiy, which
sid Xti i AramDuru government
was'Vhastening its own end" by
such actions.'! .,i,,v.;
Thepaner said' the Areefituie
Communists bad long been advo advocating
cating advocating freedom- of the people, land
reform: and ?"a foreicn nolicv ?of
independence peace and coexist coexistence
ence coexistence with all countries"
; The ,"' Arambilrn eovernmehf
vine : Ara mourn
Communist Party from political
said. 'The 'rulers of no coun country,
try, country, no.matter. what means t the
betveen the Communist Party and
the people. Neither, can they eli eliminate
minate eliminate ,the Communist Party's in-
fjuence on the political life, of thd
.. "The Argentine Communist Par
ty has survived grim day of trial
and is ever 1 growing stronger It
will never? be crushed 1 by t hjs
Sir Anlhony Eden
Doing Fine After
SOSTON; Apra it (UP) Doctors
said today tSir Anthony Eden's post
operative ; 'condiUon continues 'to
improve' and he may be able : to
try eating some soud foods wrtmn
a few; days.
! -...:- i.
' -VSiace his surgery for a bile duct
obstruction last Saturday, the for
mer. British prime ; Minister has
been fed Intravenously- Physicians
said-yesterday that Eden Is expect expected
ed expected to try. .some, : .soft-solid foods
.The-59-year old 'Statesman-, Sat
up in-, bed twice yesterday ior a
few moments and Dr. Richard &
Cattell. said.;' "his1 early response
to the operation has been good."
Both Cattell and Dr. John. W.-Nor-cross,
consulting physician,- i d
Eden has been sleeping Vadeqnate Vadeqnate-ly"
ly" Vadeqnate-ly" ; and. has been able' to- spend
''satisfactory" nights -,?4 -i
?; ; v.-"r'v -Vj,,'i-y
- Flowers and messages' froirr Weil
wishers the world over-continue to
flow' into Sir Anthony's room at
the New England Baptist Hospital,
Lady Eden spends hours each day
opening the letters for her husband.
m&xzv -fsf: i?;-;-'
Afl 1 K MEETING WITH IKE Canadian Ambassador A. D.
P. Heeney. appears to be ta good humor as he talka to rts rts-mn
mn rts-mn after an unscheduled cail on president Eisenhower at tfct
White House. Heenev said he emphasized the erave Impor-
tance which the Canadian Government and people attach tJ
te No-nan c-e. He aid he is confident tha "!cg:c. t i
f-m g--j xa w'.:i rrva!l and that friendly re..--
mm.rn.m-" . i."f.r,-V.:r
OJP)i A New Jersey couple has
filed a $60,000 suit for: damages .as
a result of taking a cruise on an
allegedly filthy Hawaiian Steam-
ship Co. vessel, bound from "New
York, to Los Angelesx X'
-,, .- ir .-? -.-.
Mr.? and Mrsv Louisclifeneli' of
Hillside N.J;, filed the suit in Su Superior;
perior; Superior; Court here- yesterday... Th
couple also charged that their voy voyage
age voyage aboard the .ship ij,S.t Leilani
was-marked byV 'negligence and
misconduct'' -on Shie .pact jot 'Ithe
: the crew refused to ctean. the
ship and the passengiers became
ill, U.e Schrenells allegei,JThe suit
w,-v"b6u uismo q,,w
aiso 'cnargea mat .tne vessel, was
sengers were hospitalise
:Tne couple said they tere forc forced,
ed, forced, to fly back to New .yorkfc. Each
asked $30,000 damages because the
ship had' failed to transport them
to tneirf aestina tion, : Losf Angeles,
and due to "indignities" -each, was
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' KATMANDU, Nepal (UP-Tex-an
Tom Slick and hir Himalayan
expedition were reported today to
have photographed footprints d f
this "abominable snowman," 4) u t
there was no indication the eroun
had captured -one. fiV
A traveler who met the Slick
expedition said the group; had pn
ouaea. '.very- satisiactonr rerbn-
haissance". in its search1 for Mhe
fabulous creature .reported to live
in the snow-covered mountains of
NeaU' -Wy -."'' -y
.v ;: '. .;
The traveler aaid .the Vg t o u p
would arrive here- Aprtf -19, with
its reconnaissance repprts" and a
collection : of snow flowers ; a n d
pfedition' camp said. thf tcm -did
pa'i th local name for thrtyetr
or v abominable anowmaiL Tt
fimn ii in thA 'niiaaf i.M.
Pecfo! Pusjicr t
A bicycling burglar Picked tte
wrong victim today. Clarenee Por.
ter, 60, caught up quite handily on
a borrowed bicycle and turned the
suspect, William Bulleckl 41. over
to police; Porter is a former' ama
teur bicycle champion. v
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WASHINGTON, April 16 (UP)
tW senate Rackets Commu
te began new hearings today on
hat it called "a classic w'f w'f-f
f w'f-f the use of force and violence
and terror tactics" by unwn
1 aders, ,--,.,,
The investigators concentrated
on the Scranton, Pa., area and
nlled as their first witness Paul
radshaw, a former Teamsters
ion official convicted in coll collection
ection collection with dynamiting of a
Chairman John L. McClellan
(D-Ark.) said in an opening
statement the hearings will show
that "some union officials eft-
JTiadB Use 01 Violence ana lei'iui
tar-tir to imDosft their will not
only on certain segments of the
hufiinMM r.nmmnnitv but also oniOKaiK
members of their own unions."
McOellan aid such practlcts
, are a crime against the whode
community and canont be tol tolerated.
erated. tolerated. He said he hoped the
, hearings will lead to correc-
- tire legislation.
"The chalrjman said the Scran Scranton
ton Scranton hearings the committee's
, first since its sensational investi investigation
gation investigation of racketeering in Port Portland,,
land,, Portland,, Ore., and the finances of
Teamster president Dave Beck Beck-will
will Beck-will develop "what maj be a
classic ? example of the use of
force and violence in labor-management
- McClellan said in the 1930's
most violence In labor relations
was started by employers to keep
Workers from Joining unions.
But he said that does not justi justify
fy justify union violence now.
He said the committee has re
ceived complaints from all over
thtf country of "threats, intimi intimidation,
dation, intimidation, physical violence and the
. destruction of property."
Calls For Probe
'WASHINGTON, April 16 (UP)-
Pep. Thomas J. Lane (D-Mass)
rroposed today that the House La-
;bor Committee make, a "full "full-Rcai"
Rcai" "full-Rcai" investigation of .."job bar barriers"
riers" barriers" for workers over 40 years
. oM. ..' v
'; Land said refusal of some em employers
ployers employers to hire workers over 40
.is "economic discrimination at its
B AL KUETTNER
ATLANTA (UP) The white
South today seems determined to
cling to the segregation of Negro
and white for many b itter years
It will give up, if it must, on
the fringes. But it will use every
tactic to forestall racial mixing In
public schools, churches and other
"close contact" fields.
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On Nikolai Ostrovsky's Southbound!
Eye Skipper, Hitch
LONDON, April 16 (UP)
irana vanai muiuajf auyaiu
"The bridge swarmed with Marines. Serious young
...J u i. t.!x.l.: U.!. ....!.. k.Lt...
in Hnn n k itm i hk nitiriiiiv Liitsir rnvu vn u slb i.;iv
A police Ijsunch with a
MacColl quoted 36-year-old
Skalkin as saying: ; r
"I no gangster.' I carry no
bombs or guns. I sailor. In Lon London
don London no armed men ceme on
my ship- Nor Havana nor Ant Ant-uii
uii Ant-uii rtnln hr armed men'
The ship, carrying a cargo of
sugar from Havana to viaaivos viaaivos-tok,
tok, viaaivos-tok, was boarded at Cristobal by
an armed detachment of,18 U S.
The Nikolas! Ostrovsky was
one of three Soviet vessels named
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
is prepared bv the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrograph ie
Branch of the Panama Canal
, Balboa Cristobal
HUMIDITY: k j
High ......... 93 84
Low y 52 71
max. mph) NW-18 N-18
RAIN (inches) .44 0
(inner harbors) 75
May 17 marks the third anni anniversary
versary anniversary of the Supreme Court's
historic school desegregation rul
ing. Yet only 20 per cent of the
public schools in 17 states at that
time nave lowerea race oars.
And in eight Deep South sates
the percentage is sero. :
The South is in a state of siege
against the federal enforcement of
civil rights court orders, ben. war-
m m urn V-'c
Mj vi i 3 5 o
LJ LJ L-J LJ LJ LX'latura cot to adopt -an sew ones
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, APRIL 1C, 1957
Londorf Daily Exprew feporten Ren MacColl, dcseribi.ng
me rvusaian uciguim i"vii
few more guns stalked ut
in a Soviet protest note deliver
ed in Washington last weed. :
The note alleged that U.S. au authorities
thorities authorities had needlessly delayed
the ship on its outward Journey
by searches and inspections.1"
MacColl said this tlmo the
orders were to Mpnsb her
through as fast as you ean."
All cameras belonging 'to crew
members were impounded until
the Journey through the Canal
had been completed. ,-;
'Mad Parents' Act
To Stop Speeders
LIBERTY, Mo. (UP) Angry
parents completed a "do-it-yourself"
project today te combat
Eight couples pitched in to dig a
three-inch trench across a black blacktop
top blacktop road, which is used as an ac
cess route to a state highway.
Thirty children live along the
Debris from the excavation was
piled along the top of the trench
to create a three-inch mound and
a total dropoff of si inches. :
This, the parents figured, would
provide quite a. joliior speeder.
Along the "apprahe Uie- group
erected warning ; eigns,tincluding
some reading "Slow, mad par parents."
ents." parents." : j riiv ..
Parents acted after the city
council said it had no funds to fi finance
nance finance a slow-down project hut had
no objection to do-it-vourself In
stallation of a slow-down obstruc obstruction
tion obstruction across, the road t
To Cling To
ry F. Byrd (D-Va) calls it
f. ., ..
Cmln Not Ytt
Talking privately with the
South' leaders, you get the Im
pression inai uuegrauoQ is com comingbut
ingbut comingbut not durlngHheir lifetime.
They are playing a deadly seri serious
ous serious game of trying te outwit the
courts. So -i far they have been
largely successful. ;
Anyone who thinks, for .exam
ple, that Georgia would -hesitate
(o close its public schools rather
than integrate them, just isn't up
on Georgia's temper on this sub subject.
ject. subject. Negroes are finding there Is a
world of difference in winning a
court victory and actually cross crossing
ing crossing the color line.
.rjnt, v'th work of regradlng and pav-
romnrv.bAt.n1lng under approximately 80
buses ia Montgomery, Ala., and!
eight months of the same in Tal Tallahassee,
lahassee, Tallahassee, Fla., Negroes achieved
a complete legal triumph for in
tegrated facilities. But in dairy
practice the buses in both cities
are as segregated in their seating
arrangements as iney ever were.
In one case after another. Ne
grves have won just about every
civil rights battle they fought. But
actual-integration has been very
It is limited mainly to the in
tegration of 700 school districts m
ft asTaistftS f
far south as Clinton. Tenn.
Negrves play golf oa the munic municipal
ipal municipal courses ia Atlanta. That is
tneir biggest success In -Georgia.
after years of trying. When they
ItrieJ te integrate buses- here, the
state threatened to act under a
IM I : law that gives the governor esaeis
VBjcenev nowers to Quell disorders.
There are a few Negroes in mi
nor pobue emces ia tne aotrui.
some serve as policemen and
suto eoUeges la several states are
open to Negroes who eaa pass the
stir entry requirements.
Southern legislatures, la an ef
fort to stem the tide of Integra-
two at every weak spot ta the
dike, csvc shored up the law
bivk with 129 rw statutes since
1554. &CB0M awmonues ia mne
tUtes now have authority either
tuin rvptls to a sveeiffe
scbeol, cut off public funds to ta ta-teguted
teguted ta-teguted public schools or operate;
private schools with state money.
ca'ed lhee dar that Flooda Gov.
country U safe '". Abraham Lincoln.
men in junglergreen unifpnips-
fAnuarl 4ku AA .''
nun uivi wim
astern all. .day,"
Slaps At Critics v;
Of Planned Voyage
BRDCHAM, England (UP)-The
e a n t a i n of the Mayflower II
alanned back at critias .who esti
mated the 90-foot sailing ship has
no better than a 50-50 chance of
completing the voyage the Pilgrim
Fathers made in leai.
"f think that easting doubts on
the ability of a British ship of
this kind to perform a simple voy voyage
age voyage is a sad reflection on eur
country's maritime good sense,
said Capt. Alan villers. .'
"I have the utmost confidence,
unner God; in what we're about to
Weather .permitting, tags will
tow the 20th-century replica of the
Pilgrim shin late today or early
Tuesday into the English Channel,
where it will .'spread its sails for
the first time for a run down to
The historic port In western
England 'will he the jumping-off
place for the transatlantic voyage
which Villers hopes will bring the
vessel to the Massachusetts dity
of the same name, where the Pil
grims settled 337 years ago.
Criucs ranging, as one news newspaper
paper newspaper put ltr "from testy admirals
to angry town' clerks" recently
have expressed doubt that-" the
new Mayflower will last the dis
tance.'--- ..'.. i t i
this year lest .they' cancel put
some already; In -effect, i
... ...."viiy,'i1 :'Ur--
There lias' been quite a change
in attitude among the white lead leadership
ership leadership in the past year. With' re recovery,
covery, recovery, from the first chHl of the
Supreme Court ruling, there is a
growing feeling among state offi officials
cials officials that regions can retain most
pf their old customs for many
years by entwining them In a le legal
gal legal snarl.. v:
Paving Under Of f-The-Ground Zone
Houses Brings Low Bid 0f $11,750
A lo wbld of $11,750 was enter
ed by E. o; Hauke, of Colon, on
houses in Canal zone townaites
on both sides of the Isthmus
when hid were opened Monday
morning In the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights, Oth Other
er Other offers ranging from $14,015 to
825.000 were made by Chain
Singh, Calvrno and-Roquer, Dil Dillon
lon Dillon and Hickman, and C. A.
High. . ?4 t-Y
The paying under .. of f-the-
ground houses In Ancon, Balboa,
Gamboa, and Gatun will repre
sent a major housing lmprovc-
mouot of usabla living space.
Most of the houses to be im
nroved h tha addition of a con
crete basement are of the older
type which were constructed oe
tween 1831 and 1938. The ma
jortty are alngle family cottages
and two-family duplexes.
Thirty-three .of ,he- nouses
scheduled for new basements
are located U Gatun, 27 are in
Gamboa. 19 are located in Bal-
boa And three in An cob.
Residents of the bouses ta be
Improved are being requested to
cooperate, as much a to&aible
with the contractor l removing
rami tare and other movable
Items from the areas to be paved
so as to prevent possibility of
damage and Interference with
the work to be done.
Built-in t&ms. such as bench
es, storage rooms, workshops and
workshop equipment wui oe re removed
moved removed by the contractor and re restored
stored restored after the completion of
Specification for similar psv-
Ing .work to te !e under
hit trip through i th Pan-
olotely ,fyd .OapVladimir',
Diablo Grass Fire
Gels Out of Hand;
2 Rigs Quell Blaze
A grass fire went out of con con-trnl
trnl con-trnl in Uliahln tnrtftv in the Mor
rison Street area .Tongues of
flame were clearly visible from
the Administration Building ana
clouds of soot and hot ashes set
tled on nearby Quarters.
Two firefighting rigs, one from
Corozal and ; one from Balboa,
were .rushed to the scene to
quell the blafce. The Fire De Department
partment Department was alerted -at 11 : 15
a.m. when the grass t burning,
which was started in the Dredg-
lng! Division area, was whipped
to menacing proportions,
Earlier, residents along the
Canal bank phoned in their pro protests
tests protests as waves of black ash drift
ed through, louvres and screens
to settle, on -television screens.
hi-fi sets and open bookcases.
Beleaguered householders un uncoiled
coiled uncoiled hoses stashed away as a
result of yesterday's long await
ed shower, and set sprinklers
soravlne to stem the sticky, soot..
Morrison Street residents drove
their autos from, unprotected
carports to safer areas. V
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UP)-A teen
age boy shot an arrow into the
air. It came .to earth and 9-year-old
Jimmv Rains knew where.
The two-foot long arrow, with, a
16-penny naU for a point, hit Jim
my in the too of his skull.''
JQoctorS ) worked for' more than
an1 hour cutting out a piece of
bone about the size of a hif-doL
lar to remove the arrow. "It' bad
penetrated about a half-inch In the
mid-line of, his skulLj,. -
' The boy was in' serious 'condi
tion but is out of danger today.
- The accident occurred Sunday
when Jimmy and 'two- teeq-ager
four-family and 12-famiiy quar quarters
ters quarters in Santa Cruz and Rainbow
City havebeen: drawn up and
bids will be opened on this proj project
ect project May 3 at Balboa Heights.
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CAXDrDATES' FOR GOVERNOR Federalist candidate Don Randel concratulafeg Hationa. Hationa.-lt
lt Hationa.-lt candidate Rani Barbara on their winning the top ?rou as candidates for Go-erT!or of
a nnn ct.t. ui'h thr m r candidate, f-- I i. r.prnor lirrv Fe.fil and Charba
SMILING AT HER SUCCESSOR, after passing over the Girls'" State gavel to newly elected
Gov.. Marie Bleakley, is Virginia Reynolds- who presided in 1856. Also attending 1957 inaugural
ceremonies of Caribbean Girls State is Julia May (left), secretary of state of the !'56 session,
and Paul M. Runnestrandl who was present as Gov. William E. Potter's reprfesentatlve. :
Marie Bleakley Of 'Cristob"al ,Elecfed
New ; Caripbeari JGjrls State Goverhbr"
Marie Rleaklev. a lunior of Cris
tODai Mlgn acnooi, was cieciea iu;.many respuusiuie peupie lur. uibk uibk-the
the uibk-the coveted position of governor of ing the 1957 session of Girls' State
the 1957 session of Caribbean Girls'
State. Marie Is a member of the
Cristobal High School National
Honor Society and is president of
her class. These are some ot tne
qualifications that Mane has to be
able to capably fill' the office of
governor of Caribbean Girts' State.
The newly elected lieutenant gov
ernor is Wendy Cotton, also ot ens
tobal Hieh School. Sue Mahle. new
ly elected "secretary of state, and
Mickev Lavaiie. newly eiectca at
torney general, are from Balboa
Hieh School.: These. four ..state offi
cials will preside over the activi
ties of Girls' state tor tne coming
At an impressive ceremony on
Sunday night, Marie Blekle,
Wendy, Cotton, Su Meble and
Mickey tavalle, were inaugurat inaugurated
ed inaugurated into their respective offices.
This inaugural ceremony was o-
pen for parents, ft V e 1 1 s and
friends. , 1
-r :- .VY' ..-';. .- ..".,V '.t.
The ceremony hegan witji the in invocation
vocation invocation given by Caroline Zirk Zirk-man.
man. Zirk-man. Then the 1956 governor of
Caribbean GlrlsV" State, Virginia
Reynolds, gave a welcoming ad-
y i ')'' l
: Nominations For 1 Boys' Stte
Governor Won SyRandet Barbara
After widespread 'campaigning
nr anildates before their patty
convenUons 'i delegates went- to
the polls to select their standard
bearers for the several state of offices
fices offices for Crossroad's Boysr State.
For the' most Important office,
the governorship, the Federalist
party selected Don Randel, while
the Nationalists chpse.Raul'JBar-
Candidates1 .; foriLt. Governor
are Larry Siegel lot the Federal Federalists
ists Federalists and Charlie Chase for the
. Next In line of importance. Is
the office of Secretary of State
which is being contested by Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist Terry Corrigan : and
Federalist William Bunch; To
capture the office of Attorney
General, the Nationalists -have
put up Chuck Crawford, wnue
the Federalists are running Paul
, .. :;: .!
r Probably "the closest raca was
Viat fnp th nncltinn of TrPBSUr-
er-Auditor. Final victor In the
mm m w
t T V f I ....
- Vdress in which she thanked '. :t h e
possible and then introduced Mrs.
Louise Griffon and Mrs. Becite? as
two people who were very patient
with, the girls and had them escort escorted
ed escorted to distinguished seats. Y
. Bunchy Gegg then sang a song
entitled, "I Walk With God," ac ac-compamed
compamed ac-compamed by Grace ,Ar go. Helen
Nitkalso sang a song entitled. "I
Believe," accompanied by tileen
Damerau. Virginia Reynolds than
gave a talk on what would be going
on jnXirls' State in the next few
days and the important part that
Girls'; State has in the lives of A A-merican
merican A-merican girls. ,r lt t
She expressed her thanks for the
support given her by the. 1956 State
officers whom she introduced. They
were. Sandra MottA, lieutenant gov
ernor and also a delegate to Girls
Nation. Julia May, secretary ,y Of
state,- and Forest Wise, attorney
general. .' C
The 1956 stats udie, Linda Ja
'cobs, administered the pledge to
"the newly elected : officers, Mr. Mr.-.
. Mr.-. Runnestrend, who represented
Gov. WrL Potter and U,- Gov. Gov.-Schull,
Schull, Gov.-Schull, i presented autographed
Federalist Tarty' was; Jfrnojd
Rrnnkn and George Baroier
swung the Nationalist nomina nomination,
tion, nomination, -it .vtv.r&r-v:i..Y?r
v Campaigns have been rolling
ail day and the candldateshave
been hard at ; work soliciting
support among membera of both
Nshlleht of Monday's Vctivl- i
.ties was the trlal. of Eric Wash Washburn
burn Washburn at Crossroads .Superior
rotirt -(United States District
Court, Aoncon);' The defendant
was charged with assault with a
deadly weapon on wiuiam rus rus-selman.
selman. rus-selman. He entered a pie of "in "innocent."
nocent." "innocent." Attorney for the de defense
fense defense was Steve Sctiroeder -and
Attorney Charles Womack pros prosecuted.'
ecuted.' prosecuted.' After a stiff court tat tattle,
tle, tattle, the jury retired to deliber deliberate.
ate. deliberate. The verdict? found the ac accused
cused accused not guilty, and Judge Rog Roger
er Roger MlHiam exonerated Washburn
and returned ball. Court officials
were Charles Chase, clerk; Law-
son Beckley, marshal, nd Ed
pictures of Potter and Schull to
Gov. Marie Blakley, and U. Gov.
Wendy Cotton. ... .
"n r . . f , j H
rXuP Seyfi0.lds Presented the
Girls State gavel to Ahe new gov
ernor vand Marie, then expressed'
her thanks to the fellow Girls Stat-
Girls State to become what it is
After the presentation of the flag
and the singing of the Star Spang
fanner, Gov. Bleakley announe,
tt ?i ceP10? was going to
be held m the dining; room down.
stairs .following the ceremony and -everyone
was cordially invited to -attend,
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LAST DAY! JsLJ,40:
1:30 4:00 S;ZS 9&0 pjn.
' )oan Collins
Y i saucy story set to SM;Br.
tinemSScope and Metrocolbr p
A STORY OF JOYOUS
esjsjsiBM s M tiUtoiileji
; y : also:
A MIRACLE Or MOTION
Jennifer JONES in
KOTE; All minor kvi r r-eeive
eeive r-eeive a numbered ticket f"r
the RAFFLE f a RALEIGH
Bicycle given tt ?. Ft--,.
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