The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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Zont JOnidr.CoHfc waa taken .quiatly and without tanfara
today' as 19 graduate of -local-ratt.Canal Zona h.gh
schools took collega antranca axama.;.- 8
Stydenta from Balboai Paratso, Rainbow City and La
Boca Hieh Schools mingled fraaly as they prepared to take
the tests thle morning that, would determine their ahgibiN
ity on the basis of 'scholastic standing. r. r. i

- It was the tirst time in
.t. Af iftcal-rate schools

permitted, to qualify, for antrance to the Junior jCollege,

Dean RoRer C, HMkett. who
"gave the exam to 41 aspirants,
called It th "Digest wouo ol
students ever to aoplv.
i Because thev had ot antici anticipated
pated anticipated such a biz xrowd. the
crouo was recmested to move
irom the Junior Collew bulld bulld-Ina
Ina bulld-Ina Into a study hall In the hlKh
!LJSraai biK enough to
accommodate all of them-,
?Uilanvc1 the college ovpU
J ,iJ the exam.
Cams wi"' i.-tui
hich tookttm hours.fcoi
thev tett It waa "a little trtcKy
fS?-5St loo hard.' SfZZ;
had oasse while a few jere
One said definitely.
hold out nnv hoves lor my
... '" M tnHaV that
A todav "that onlvl
1 romp ..it J Ilc
crf'i-rapp..-forma rt-ulr-ed
prior to their taklna tb ex exam
am exam but he permitted the others
who showed up to fill out aoplt aoplt-nations
nations aoplt-nations and taxi the exam.
-Besides the entrance test
which included atandard osv osv-eholoalcal
eholoalcal osv-eholoalcal exarrf now beinK alv-
and wilversitiea t.ffi
ipplicants. were reaulred to write
I theme on theublects; 1 Why
I Want to Oo to the C Z tJuhlor
Colle. and 2)wMy Hobby or Hv
Favorite Teacher,,; itL
f Hackett remarked todav thai
In previous years, an: ayerane of
onlv one per son to three- who
Spoiled were able K pass the
amv 4He has been Klvlnn these
?oUe entrance tests for almost
?J?laai1g
ett told the arev that if tjuv tjuv-I
I tjuv-I passed, tuition wou Id
f lor each semester. When other
Vtees such as physical educatm
Vand students' association were
added, the amount ot ;
i payable in advance, would oe
'.needed v each student to en.
nr rht r.nlleoe. A
Elee tudenU from Panama
irhnou aoolled today These in
stitutions Included r Justo Aros Aros-imena.
imena. Aros-imena. Abel Bravo. Maria In In-Instituto
Instituto In-Instituto Nacional.
Javte. lnsMtuto Pan-Americano
""-.rrVlled todav that
tnere ere two rraduates of La
Boca Hllth School who also were
rraduated from the Junior Col Col-lefte:
lefte: Col-lefte: Another one. Conauelo
ni.ta rrHin(M in June. All
three "were residenU of Pana-
The oldest stident to take
tthe ez-tm todav was 3S-vear-l
old trretl Alexis, a eradiate of
14 Boca Hioh School, who
works as a Canal Zone auard
t at the penitentiary.. Be hat
been tnorka tor the oorem oorem-meni
meni oorem-meni lor SO years, and U as aspiring
piring aspiring to complete a, liberal
art education.
Aithouch he felt the test was
short and tricky." he admitted
he nJovd takin 1U He's hoo hoo-ln
ln hoo-ln to aet into real wtate or tn tn-wrurtee
wrurtee tn-wrurtee burnfM If he can."
i This w' lo fhe first time
tait non-D.S. clUzn who ar
graduating from Balboa nd
rmy Prohibits
Hunting During
April MoneuYers

Doe to military maneuvers, was txang taken today also,
uiiung will be prohiblt-d sUrtirgi Carter, who has been a rontrae rontrae-tonwrrow
tonwrrow rontrae-tonwrrow through Apnl in the iter tar many Canal Zn projects.

Cina' Ion west of C a tan Lori,
teciudinr the Fort bernan m')
tiry rwervatidB. it was SRnoiOC
ad tool y tieaoquanera C. 9.
Arwy CanHbesa. -
tv. rjitii Zo fioTmmpnt ha
iuthonxed the Army to prohibit
fcuwirs rini this period.

Aa rLer anrnremrnt us,a.lt arrsp rtPHfwt w aa ef-
rM We ars to homing tmis'fort to "(: wSere Ah? mn'
Wsrck 1 thrjh.Ar-J 17, 1157. tin fresa.Tse tfm pound device

Fast As

Grocfs

i-ir3itlon fri th" Canal
s
who livrf in 'tha Zone were'
Cristobal HiKh Sctiools Had to
UKe tna coaefte 'entrance exam?
Kesulta oi the exam will be maae
puoiic in. about two .weeks. Au Au-thonties'0"ula
thonties'0"ula Au-thonties'0"ula also" know at
that time how many non-lLS.
atudents will be accepted.
' Students today expressed their
desire to "broaden their educa education"
tion" education" as the main reason for ap
plying ': at '.the Junior ColleKe.
Some wanted, to study, business
administration.: others wished to
pursue teachuiRS careers r. .one .one-wanted'
wanted' .one-wanted' to eventually enter- i
scnooi't divinity.-and one girl
wanted o become a nurse. s,f t
Mknywof the local-rate school
applicants said today that they
thoueht the eirmwas" not too
dficult. 11 p r toii'ys 'i thpy
would wo; x ."part-time to helD
delrav tlie.cost of tuition, if
thej paed. V v
' One Voune man declared that
he was rdelijthtfd to be Klven
this Ooportunity to act n edu education.
cation. education. j
- We'd Ukt to have ihe7 tame
education everyone else is pet pet-ting
ting pet-ting so that it wilb eliminate
th one factor always held a a-eainst
eainst a-eainst m when, comvetina for:
Jobs:1 It tea ImwasiWe : tor' s
, oejore ta vet ; tnts eaucaiton
and,l am thankful at least we
ban compete' now." ,ir-i .-'--
' The divlnlt student admitted
he -was -prepared f ot a disap disappointment,
pointment, disappointment, but even if he did didn't
n't didn't pass the exam -he said., he
felt It was ."very democratic" of
the school authorities to permit
everyone to apply. ; yy,-t $
ImpbrtDutiel
OnvScrqpjMefo
Stiii Suspended r
WASHINGTON, April 171 CUP) CUP)-The
The CUP)-The Senate passed today and tent
to tne wnite House a bill to con
timie until July 1, 1958, the sus suspension
pension suspension of import ties. on. scrap

Carter Summoned To Give Statement;
Panama DA Probes Geneva Mine Blast

The Panama District Attorney
investigating an explosion la a Pa Panama
nama Panama scrap yard that rocked an
area on the Trans-Isthmun High Highway
way Highway Monday,, today called Amer Americas
icas Americas John V. Carter, owner of Ge
neva, S. A to his office for state
ment concerning the accident. ;
' The investigating authorities tj-
day however, were not any closer
in determining tne origin of the
floating mine which bloew up in
Genera scrap yard, injuring ; 13
people and causing about a quar quarter
ter quarter of a million dollars damsgs
late Monday aftemooa.
The District Attarmy said that
Jv miptHd a racket an Hte
act Mttwra ef the- min ta .he
avhmt?td t Him hy by an Ar
my mine expert. It. Rebert i.
larL :
Preliminary'teatimony from oth other
er other witnesaes at the blast cene

s, today imsted his ewa damsge
ii!lt tn. r.unt ta h an ouO Mnv

priau and commercial buiWirss
w v9 wkiuuj oi uic iuin uwm
suffered besyy losses.
it at net been determined ret
Vbe acid Carter the mine, but Pa-J
'nsa Scret Peltce were ebeekin

f Jl the people

Sunday mornlnn the Protes Protestant
tant Protestant military chaplains on the
Pacific side of the Canal Zone
will Jointly sponsor the tradi traditional
tional traditional Easter Sunrise Service at
S a.m. on the beach area next
to the Fort Amador Chapel. This
is the second year the Service
will be held at the Fort Amador
location. Previously it was held
on the steps of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Administration Building In
Balboa. The beach area- at- Fort
Amador was chosen because of
the beautiful sunrise effect over
the water, L.
- ( I' n n i 1
Sunday's truest speaker will be
Chaplain (Col.) Robert P. Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. Staff Chaplain of the Air
University at Maxwell Air Force
Base. Alabama: Chaplain, Taylor
is one of two military chaplains
still- in the service who survived
42 months in Japanese prison
cambs i during World War II.
Taken prisoner at Bataan. ha
ministered to over .10.000 oris
oner- patients during his nearly
4 years of confinement. Chap Chaplain
lain Chaplain Tavlor will deliver the
Easter Messw ''The Christ of
tne Empty Tomo. K. 1
j t ;
' A -combined choir of over 150
mixed voices from military and
civilian -church. cholrs. .reoorted-
ly Jthe largest ever to perform at
a religious service1 in tne zone,
will render three of the World's
great religious anthems, Musi
cal direction .pf the ororam 's
under: Commander 'Fordhajn D.
fphbr of the 15.th Navil Dftrict
. Commander Tabor Will direct
the eho'r In Mo'art's 1'lorU In
!xceis1s"rs 'tranriePs 'incr bv
Man ame Death" wll be lei nv
Mrs. Oeorr A, ThibocCan. choir
rtirpctor of TTn)nn"Ch"Tl).
BJoa: nd Pfe. T,ou). T. Sher
man er FC" Kohne ir lrect
wander. waiiiulab" f chorus
from "The MessUh." MIsa Emi
O'tleill Play 6eB
Cte'llod'Aj;;;
Jeaj6ii'$iFaybrile
"NEW YORK, Aprjl 17 (UP)
Eugene OMenrs,. "Long csy s
Journey intt- Night" .was voted the
outstanding Americas play of the
1956-57 theatrical season yesterday
by the New ;York .Drama Critks
' Nineteenout of 20 ballots cast
favored the- O'Neill drama. ,'
. The: dissenting vote.?, by the lone
woman member of the circle. Eth
el Colby of the Journal of Com-i
merce, was for, Tennessee 'Will
iams' "Orpheus Descending." v..
Selected as the best foreign play
wu 'The WalU ,of the Torea Toreadors."
dors." Toreadors." The Jeai Anouilh play rec
eived 12 of tne 20 rotes cast.
Z Frank Loesser's "The Most Hao
py Fella" was chosen at the pest
musical. "receiving nine votes. Six
of. the critics abstained from vot voting
ing voting in this category; -'. ,
which had been lying in the scrsp
yard since January, blew tip while
being cut op wita an acetylene
torch.
Quick thinking by a Geneva
employe. Clyde Brown, was prob-
sbly responsible for saving many
lives. He shouted a warning to
workmen when he noticed black
smoke pouring from the mine.
Men were able to take cover be
fore the explosion.
Mindi Employe y
Gets Year In Pen
On Rape Charge i
' -. -"
A one-year penitentiary term
was imposed on a Nicaragua!!
employe of the Mindi Dairy who
was found guilty of statutory
rape yesterday.
, The defendant, Karriso Cha Cha-rhorro.
rhorro. Cha-rhorro. S, was accused of hav-
morro. ss, was accuea or nly.
leg Illicit relations anth the 11
year-old foator daughter of arv-
' r
are among the doxen families
who hsve iruarteiS at the dairy.
Chamorro was sentercd la
the Cristobal District Court yes-
teraay. He pieaata tuuty 10 tne
charje. It la wnderVwd that the
youni girl Is expecting a b-y.

know the truth and the,

PANAMA R. P.r WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1957 X-

"n v,,ot" if r

ly, Batcher, musical director of
the Canal Zone Latin American
School System, assisted Com
mander Tabor in preparing the
musical program.
The1 combined; Army and Air
Force Bands, under the direction
of CWO Ernest K. Hoch. wiu
play the prelude: "Jesus. JOy of
Man's Desiring" and the post
lude: "Chorale and Fugue'!1 bv
Bach. Church Call-will be sound
ed at 6 a.m. by ,the trumpeters
of the 'bands1 w v ,-
Chaplain, Voiet M. Sink. Car
ibbean Air Command chaplain;
will deliver 'the. Call to Worship.
The Easter Prayer will be given
by Chaplain, Rov A. Morden of
Fort Amador, Chaplain John E.
Hollingsworth Of the 16th Naval
District wilt lead, the Responsive
Heading, scripture Reading will
De aone p.v tne Jteverena Robert
Oussick.'iPastor of the-Lutheran
Churchi Balboa. ChAplainVTay ChAplainVTay-lor
lor ChAplainVTay-lor will give the Benediction. T
';, 5' f
Busses are scheduled tq. leave
from the Balboa Clubhouse; the
Curundu Clubhouse, the Ancon
Post, Office corner bus stop and
from all. communities of the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific side of the Canal Zone.' for
Canal -Zone and ; Panama real real-dents
dents real-dents Military bussesfWiU leave
from all service chaoela on the
Pacific "side ?at $:30 a;m.jj o
iranBouri, service personnel,! to
the 'Service,;-; SHf-V
A .child nursery -.will ,br op!n-
Fort Amador. Service Club for
parents- with 'sntallv' children:
who reauire this service. A com-
peLM-.) air including a trained
nurse' will ODerate the nurst.. v.
All:mpl Of iJ;;yi$h
Pdr To Keep "Child
Feces I.'cv SclbzcK
BOSTON". Aoril 17 rrrPV-iTTVtra-
flition papers for" the 'return,' from
Florida of a Je wish .couple
charged with kidnaping a 6-year-
old girl they have reared from in infancy
fancy infancy were approved by. Attorney
General George Fingold today and
sent to uov.. poster, rurcolo lor
his. signature.; .(";'.',,
: The' cuple.'cMriVand Mrs. Mel
vin B. Ellis. ; were Charged with
kidnaping Hildy McCoy, born but
oi wedlock to---.; Roman Catholic
mother who since has married.'
The.'mother, now Mrs. Marjorle
McCoy Doherty, said she was not
aware 'when she turned the child
over,. for; adoption that the EUises
were .Jewish.,.-. Mauachusetts .law
requires that a child be placed
for adoption with, persons of the
same faith "where practicable."
The Ellises carried their fight
to retain custody of the child to
the Massachusetts .Supreme CourtJ
When the high ourt, upheld tne
law, the couple fled, with the girl
to Florida., They are free In bond
in .Miami pending disposition'- of
the extradition papers. .. v

. .' - 1 rwtA Itadio-Telrphoto)
IK iM AN BAXDIT LEADER CAPTTaUD At Tarbut, Pakts Pakts-tan,
tan, Pakts-tan, Ahmed Shah, the Iranian tribesman who killed Mrs. Ani Anita
ta Anita Carroll, helps his sister-in-law. who had bath hr wruts
aplintered bT machine gun fire during the. bandit a fight witn
Iranian police. Iran announced that PakUun had afreet
U return Ahmed and raptured members cf bis tribe for trtaL
Lart month Mnt Shah brothers ambushed a p In Iran ana
killed Xi- persons. The of them wt Americans.. Intruding
- . Mrs. CarroO. -:

country is tafe'

( Breakfast will' be served after
the Service at the Fort Amador
Officer's and 'NCO's-Clubs as
well as most- .military service
clubs, on the Pacific side v. i
Over 200a. attended last year's
Easter i Sunrlse-i Service. This
year.' seating and Parking areas
have been increased to taxe care
of the, large Anticipated attend'
ance. i
Curundu lliisbchd
Says Wile C;l 11!
Shdv$Xourt M:fk$
" vA 'Curundu husband, sporuna
r three wounds from' bites he
claimed his wile mulcted,- on
him. was fined $15 todav in Bal Balboa:
boa: Balboa: Magistrate's Court; on. a
charge of disturbing the .peace
by-fightinitand usinif proiane
languae.y
Thedefendant. 27-year-old 'A-
merican Charles Cottrell. told
the i ludge he Intends getting a
divorce frhm hi wife.- Ludmllla,
next month. ( .v v v
, He admitted that'.a fight ;be-tween-
;4h0' ,,couole .eaHy "'this
morning, woke up the TielgKbor TielgKbor-bocd.
bocd. TielgKbor-bocd. but showed marks, on- his
armf and islde ( which he claims
were from bites "he received dur during
ing during the argument with' his wife,
wnicn, involved a marnat aiin-
SeVerar witnesses ;WhO live-' la
the defendant's house In Curun
du appeared to testily. :
-Said the judge,: upon passing
-'ire:,. : 1
u I have any more of 'this,
wont be so lenient." ".if
l, Cottrell Is a. Powerhouse Uoey
ator'for the jArmy,.,-; -h'xj'
Soullierir Policed
Chiefs Treat J(I(K
I?a!dsifGircrlyfe
NEW:ltK;(UPiiLoofc 'Mags-
sine has' published a rflaini that
Southern police chiefs and sher sheriffs,'
iffs,' sheriffs,' with notable .exceptions, trest
ku uux: iua raiding parties as
"gingerly!;, as in the W20'ste",
K For every ioficial In ; the South
rhi fi'ohla tho.Klan.". a TMik ur.
vjy -reported, ," dozen "iura their
backs on Jtian lBUmiaatwn.r
The survaywas contained iij.aB
article en the Klan's revival in
the South.. It said the officials fre
euenUy waw the Klanv'against
"rough .stuff," but seldom' crack
down. ,(-' .'; 4
: Officers wera e noted as deny
ing they knew any Klansmen al
though, '"within h u r s sny reporter'-could-
find 'an admitted
Klansmen within the officer's jur
isdictions-a -l""--. '..-
The 'tasgajine "isaid more- than
100 BOO ieroni haye joined Elans
in the. South. aince the VS. Su
preme. Court -issaed --.its decision
against 'public school segregatioa
.in 1954. v w '.'.,.

4fcraKam Lincot'n. f

" ' i llj j

President

Not Protect Canal Alone

.President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. said today he does not think na
tionalization of the Panama Canal is a public issue in Panama. ; c
The President also .said that in a world subject 'to bitter rivalries be between
tween between great powers Panama could not realistically think of operating
and protecting the Panama Canal afone.

' THE pulse;
OF PANAMA
HE CONSTRUCTION Of an
aqueduct for suburban Panama
City was regarae aa spracucaiiy
assured today by the tabloid La
Hora. ('.
- The newspaper announced
that a $2,000,000 loan from the
U.S. Export-Import Bank "is
almost a reality. .thanks to
mediation by Point Four" and
the good credit rating of Pan Panama
ama Panama In the. United States.
i. ; ..
Th cost of construction will
be S4.doo.ooo. the paper said, and
the remaining $2,000,000 will be
obtained through a bond issue.
La. Hora.adoed that the loan
wlU be at 3 Der. cent and will pay
no-interest ior me jjtbv mtw
months.
't Sites for the operation of Pan
ama Customs stations in the
Canal ine 'at Cristobal were
selected yesterday, by Foreign
Minister" Aquilino Boyd, Finances
r. n i'.rl. tl B1
charge d'atf aires Austin Aely,
Casai Zone Executive Secretary
Paul Runnestrand and a num
ber of other eJilclals. ; f
The customs stauons will ena-
ble Panama merchants to receive
shipments, arriving- at Cristobal
without delay and additional ex-
The brother -of the late STesl
dent Remon. former Minister of
Government Alejandro riopoi
Remon. Is aeain being mention
ed as a possible presidential can candidate
didate candidate in .1960. V
Lst Hora's Coloh correspondent
ouotes a .resolution issued by
Circle No. 7 oi me National ra ra-triotia
triotia ra-triotia Coalition (CPN) support supporting
ing supporting ills nomination for the 1960
presidential,' elections.
Ernesto E. Atlas, chairman of
the Panama Rent Board, report reported
ed reported yesterday that there are 1040
persons living in condemned
buildings la the "Little Market"
area. "7 v
He. said some of the tenants
are persons who have moved In
to the partly demolished build
ings without the owners con
sent and thst"he has heard that
the water .supply will be cut off
at the end f this month.
A columnist ef El Dla report reported
ed reported today there were aU indi indications
cations indications that a Social Security
Hospital will be bnllt despite a
mucb -discussed "secret agree agree-in
in agree-in eat." : '.
r ')
The closlna of. the Panama
Hospital and its merger with the
san Fernando Clinic -will make
the construction of the Social
Security Hospital indispensable,
we column reported.
It added that the Panama Hos
pital will be sold for $650,000 to
a big concern which will demol demolish
ish demolish it and build aa office build build-tag
tag build-tag on the spot.
Village Postman
Leads Confused
Working Life
BAMrORD. Ear land AtM-a IS
(VPV The postman eever know
where to ring in this Suffolk vr
tare, postal authorities aaid today
They discovered that me ef
too streets have more thaa one
name several feave the same
nam. AU have at least three rets
of numbers. j
The straw that broke the Basil
mil l bark, one official sld was
the fact that on Piper Mill Lane.
also called Works Lane, there are!
two aufiber nines, both acctiTtied
by families aimed Pryke. Eisht
Mher fimihee with the same name
live witaia a half aula.

Holds RP Could

i, Mr. de la Guardia's statements-came in answer to a,
questionnaire submitted to him by the National Broad-J
casting Company. ' i
A transcript of the questions and answers Was releas
ed by the Presidencia todaj. "',''
,Asked what Is the present state of Panama's soyer-'
eignty over the Canal and the Canal Zone the President
replied: , , -'
"It was on Aug.-1 1, 1904, that our Minister in Wash Washington
ington Washington first- sent a note to the Secretary of State defend defending
ing defending our positions as sovereign in the Canal Zone,
"Panama granted the United. States government
jurisdictional, and only1 jurisdictional, rights in the Canal
one for the specific purposes of the 'construction main maintenance,
tenance, maintenance, operation, sanitation and protection of the Ca
nal' without relinquishing its soverignty over that terrii
tory." ' r i

'. Mr. de la Guardia was asked
what he meant by a statement
attributed to him that the phrase
"to perpetuity" as regards the
US lease of the Canal Zona has
now becom academic
Ht replied: "I did not make
any statement as to the phrase
in perpetuity' but your ques
tlim hii M nut in Timinii lh
tlon has led me to examine the
matter, and I now find that I
could safely say that treaties
are written by men, and that:
only God makes eternal things.
"In the' case of the original
Panama Canal treaty, its clauses
were considered to be perpetual
by its authors, and yet they have
suffered various fundamental
modifications. : v-, f
"That, and the fact thate
are llvimr in a changing world,
will induce me to think that
ouestlons Of this sort are In a
sense .academic. Who xould pro-
Hope: Range Will
Be Towed To Texas
Alter Bean-Dumping
Th Vtr. ravaeed British
freighter Hope Range will prob probably
ably probably be towed to Galveston, Tex Texas
as Texas as soon as arrangements are
completed, it was learned today
from the ship's agent, Wilford
and McKay.
. -
aaid that nart of the 33
man crew would probably be
sent back to England. They are
now being housed at tne coro coro-zal
zal coro-zal Immigration Station.
. Meanwhile unloadinc opera
tlons at Balboa Pier 14 were still
continuing today. About 400 tons
of soggy yellow soy beans, part
of a 9, 000-ton cargo nave al already
ready already been dumped in the Dia
blo yard-. Tne agent saw was
he expects that another K00 tons
will be token off the disabled
ship and dumped before the ship
is ready to be towed.
The. sov beans were removed
from the holds when a new
flare-up threatened the fire-gutted
ship which was towed into
Balboa from the explosiye an anchorage
chorage anchorage on Saturday.
A violent fire first broke out
in the engine room ot the 439 439-foot
foot 439-foot vessel last Tuesday. April 9.
It raged for IS hours before be before
fore before being extinguished by Zone
and Navy firefighters.
The ship was en route to Ji Jinan
nan Jinan from Baton Rouee. La.
Word as to the exrsngements
being completed for the tow joo
Is expected from the owner mo
mentarily.
Duty Free Gift
Privilege Firmed
For Armed Forces

WASraNOTON. April IT (UPVHmanlan, was found ruiltv rt

The Senate passed today and sent
to the White House a bill to an ike
permanent the privilege of mm-
bers ef U S. armed forces ea duty
snread to import gifts free
doty, .

ject his thoughts so far into trie
future when facing such worries

oi an immediate nature as the
use of atomic enerry, the Cc'i
War, inflation, f -.
The -; Fifc- i.t 'vs'a ;
whether Panama is comni!. v
satisfied with the present mon-
etary agreements with the Unit
ed States over the Canal and the
bVUlC. -.'i-: .. -i i
He answered: Tn Article i vf
the general treaty of 1956, sign-
ed by the Republic of Panama1''
and the Untied States of Ameri- 1
ca, it is stated specifically that
k.io uuweu ouilcs oi America
will continue the maintenance of
the Panama Canal for the -encouragement
: and use of inter inter-oceanic
oceanic inter-oceanic commerce, and th two
governmento declare their -will
bigness to cooperate, as far aa
is is feasible for them to do ao,
for the purpose of insuring the
full and perpetual enjoyment of
the benefits of all kinds which
the Canal should afford the two
nations which made possible it
construction,1 as well as all na nations
tions nations interested In world trade.'
, "We consider that elans as,;
entitling as, always to enjoy all
the benefits that east be derrv-'
ed from the CansL :
"For us this is not merely a
matter of dollars and cents. It
Is a matter of jobs in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone for our men and
women, of a market for our
products, and of other advant advantages
ages advantages including those of health '.
and cultural advancement
which will bring into promi prominence
nence prominence the spirit of cooperation
which made us partners. In a,,
common enterprise."
He was also asked to compare
the status of the Panama and
Suez Canals.
Mr. de la Guardia said "Both
the Panama and the Sues Ca Canals
nals Canals are built In the territory
of a sovereign nation by for foreign'
eign' foreign' interests. In both, the
traces of the French genius
can be found. ..- 1
r- "In ours the power and
strength of the people of the
United States were manifested.
Here the capacity for organiza
tion and the technical knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of the great North Amer-
lean democracy triumphed.
"Both Canals shortened ois-
tances. and both are submitted
to ii srantlonal rules as estab established
lished established In the Constantinople
Convention." ;
Colon Youth
Pulls Knife V
On School Employe
An 18-year-old Colon resident
accused of pulling a knife on a
Rainbow City school employ,
was riven a six-month sentence
In Cristobal Magistrate's Court
yesterday, but this was suspend suspended
ed suspended and he was placed on three
years probation. ..
The youth. AMn K. Spearing,
liated as' an nnemDloved Pana-
Dullina a knife and tnrine to at attack
tack attack R. Hltchinson on March 22.'
Soearine reoortodrv flea t-rm
the scene, and cauxht a hJT
of. into Colon. He was later ap?rea
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COLON ELOY ALFARO

The news of the passing of Colon Eloy Alfaro on April 12

adQfciitd me ueaita 01 aii ixie jjaun. xvaitiiuuis una nvCM

, 'Americans wuo were lcutmwtu t-nuugu tu uttve auumu fluuu

tusuneuisnea citizen 01 me Amti'icas. atiq lie otuaiy was a

" 'cuiasen oi the AUitricds," xor ills urwu ud tuu,v3 uu-

Bcenaed eeoaraDhicai ana political noimer. je xiaa a vast

storehouse oz Knowledge aoouc iauri tuuncn. Andkn. Because
. ci bis work in wori,n ana south Aiufcuca am ms yc"3 oi iesl iesl-aence
aence iesl-aence in the Republic oi Panama, ne unuersmou ine piooieuis
of international relations ana economic uveopaiem couuouv
Inst those areas. '
His iegion of friends were from all parts of the Western
Hemisphere, and included his irieftdsniu wnh several U.
Presidents during his many years as tcuauorean Amoasaaaor to

the United bttaes. He was a sincere nena oi dow i,aun ana

North America. Many here in Washington will recall when, as

- Ecuaaorean Ambassacor to tne u. b. ai tne oucoreait or wona
War U, he was responsiDie ior the arrangements for the im immediate
mediate immediate lease of the Uaiapagos Isiaims to vne V; a. tor Dases.
Colon Eloy Alfaro was loved and respected both ; for his
, uublic service and his exemplary private life. His veneration

v oi his iaraous father, the martyred President of Ecuador, his

devotion to his family, his wife and tnejr outstanding sons iaii
;' West Point graduates, and his ethical behavior in all his hu human
man human activities, serve as an example and inspiration to men.
' I Join the multitude of Aifaro's friends and admirers who

, express their grief over the loss oi a launiui ana viaieo iriena,

'ignd who share the loss witn nw iamuy, to wnom xicjiucu
" ,aeep sympathy.
... Lt. Harold Feeney.iUSN
i Washington. D, O;

lahor News

And

Comment

Correction: The Cdnal Has NOT Been Geared

V COLON'S HOLY WEEK PROCESSIONS
Sir:

The Colon Chamber of Commerce has struck upon a some-

what strange tourist attraction: Holy week religious proces-

Aons; v
' T imrterstana the idea was born in someone's head follow

lng m visit by a delegation to president de la Guardla. It seems
the President told them he is 'willing to help as raueh as pos

sible but the greater portion or tne enort must qome iwm wie
colonltes themselves
i Heft in Colon the situation is really desperate. The rich
continue to get richer and the poor continue to get poorer.
You' can bet that the august gentlemen are concerned mainly
With addinsr a few more dollars to their bank balances.
Although anv Increase In business will certainly trickle

down to tne needy ana tne unempioyea, ior tne me i me jl
ean't Imagine droves of Panama City residents coming to Colon
Just to watch or take part in a religious procession. They can
do the same thing right in their own city without having to
provide money for train or bus fare to the Atlanic side.
I don't think, either, that people who "planned to go the

Interior, where they can not oniy see coioriui religious proces processions
sions processions but can also breathe In some fresh country air, would
leave off going Just to. come to our city because out city's com"
bined Sevilla-8tyle processions. w

jOAvnai aJVH aumaa lj

By VICTPR R1ESEU 4

If you see those solid sold 'char.

atiers, : me 'top xeamster cmefs,
.OOking dOW.. la the. dumns rneep

on tne senate Proue. There's gold
in them thar dumirs w that is. in

wo nauune oi saroaee to uir re.

fuse piles. ,

kight across the United States

literally from lNfew York to Ifli
Angeles, 7'eamster ofiicials r have
developed high-living tastes as a
result of their muscled monopoly

uve .- uie carting ousuiess. inat
story tne Senate rscxet busting

committee will be telling through throughout
out throughout the year, starting witn the hew

xorr. saga about May is.

But it is from Oklahoma where.

as the song say the wind comes

sweeping 'cross tne plains, that an

Odorous story has blown in- And

it seems to rn to be the most sigr
nificant tale of this lid-lifting year

ot exposes. . ,-. .-:

It begins with the local Team

strs' grab for garbag--ad p.

lineal power.

And it ends with' that appear

to be th beginning ef th end

of Teamsters' political influence
across th land, at Wast for a
whil. But, meanwhile, back et
th garbag dumps ;-

Oklahoma City itself runs the
garbage out to those dumps. Over
a yeai ago. the local Teamsters
wound up a tough drive for the
unionization of that garbage haul hauling
ing hauling with a .tr'ce which did the
Qklahoma winds no good over, the

plains. Tne stme was lost and toe

leamster leaders decided to out

flank tne city manager witn a
drive for pouticsl power In the

city councu.

feif. i k u M

wonder how many of us stop to consider the loyalty and
1 jdevpwlon the average Canal zone maid gives to her "iamily." v
- t I am sure maids' do not like working the long hours dei
bianded of them. Who would? But they accept the fact that
ujeir lobs often depend on their availability and, for the most
1 -tart, Ihey cheerfully plod along with little hope for any eoh eoh-'
' eoh-' prete signs of appreciation.
- t i It is always surprising to me to find among my acqualnt acqualnt-Jsinces
Jsinces acqualnt-Jsinces some who actually brag of the fact that they underpay
pnd overwork their maids. These are the very people who
' would bray the loudest of they were asked to put in an extra
iiour of work. They are generally ready at 8:4.5 to leave their

jobs, and woe betide anyone wno questions their numerous col.

v P .' We make great fuss of Mother's Day, but how often do
we think of doing anything to show our appreciation to these
substitute mothers, who often take full responsibility for chll.
, dren while mothers are occupied with Jobs, clubwork, golf,

i eriage. etc.?
i Now that Easter is here bringing with It v the feeling of
Christian humility, let us remember that although "the poor
are always with us" we can help to take our own servant or
servants out of that category and give them the self respeet
that is won by appreciation.
r v Christian Behavior
-

The Teamsters Union thea. en-i

aorsea several canaiaates ana
observers there tell me that, vic

tory for all those backed by the

leamo officials would nave made

the Teamsttrs the big wheels in

the city. government. ?? ;
Ir looked good for the union's
endorsees for while. Thy
had ample funds, They had good
machines. Some had always run
Strong end one was thought vn-boatapl.

But came the Ides of March and

the Senate Committee began peel

ing the hides off western Tesw-
ster officials. With the Oklahoma

City run-off election scheduled for
April 2, this campaign became na

uonaii sigomcdDt, iv uae oru oru-ish
ish oru-ish Phrase, this was to be the first

by-election since the antl racket

nearings Degan exposing ine. nors-

ey set.

t as tne senate committee con continued
tinued continued to show that a stable is not

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WASHINGTON Tf thA TT : S

Chamber of Commerce and the
Congressional economizers want to

save some more money, the CAB
and Sen. Paul Don el a hav shnan

them an imtiiiftant urav -fn A i f

Tfi collection of $5,900,000 in J

unwarranted subsidies from Pan
American Airways as a result of
bookkping "w h I c h roquir
scrutiny" is on way. It's way
by ? which th government can
mak money Instead, of cutting
down on such important projects
as schools. v ; ,
The recent, fit ann nnn urtnf oil tn

Uncle Sara Was thfl rtirept raculf

of the hiring of 30 extra auditors
by the Civil Aeronaiitira Rnori in

cnecK on tne subsidiaries of 4he

idr-nung ran American Airways.
Fnr a Innir timo i

j-v 'wwui mem members
bers members Of the CAB. led by eY-rnmmi.

oiuncr woe Aaams. nava been irv.

wig to get the money to examine

ran Am S BOOKS.

.-
These CAB -officials

cious that the big airline, with
more subsidies than any other A A-merican
merican A-merican company, was collecting
extra subsidies from American tax
payers by failing to bill its foreign
subsidiaries' for services. But the

commis-

tough, play-no-favorites
sioner. -

l&Sty vhici! Durfee h now
published, reopening pan Amerl
can files, is one of the mncr

ing. ever issued by the CAB AftP
enumerating varinna .

which Pan Am iailed to charea S I
Mexican J and Central Amerir.-

subsidiaries for services rendered,
the CAB order concluded: f
"As a result of these various
mattersit pprs that Pan A.
merlean's subsidy need may
hav been substantially : vr.
stated and that completion of the
audit my disclose other disere-
pneis." -i.,; ( :!...'. ...

.,:;'t'',rf'j,;.vt,; 4:'4?'?fi.;
In a' direct implication that Pan
Am engaged in faulty bookeeping
the CAB stated:. "It was not until
fiscil J956 when the CAB received
appropriations for a substantial in.
crease-in its audit staff that such
a project (of auditing) could hp ami

was undertaken. ,"

'Theboard! we fhlnk.1' a. JL.

titled to assume that the Carrier'!
reports ,and filing were correct. :
"Pan American is vet to h h..

from" in connection with all these

uinuon, tne uAa oraer stated.

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CAB was never able to : get a disclose still further areas reauir reauir-through
through reauir-through look at the subsidiaries' ing exploratipn. q

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TtOHNIOi

MICHEL RAY

ONE OF IHc MLial

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LOVE EVER FILMED!
CENTRAL THEATRE MAY 1

) SERVICE QUALITY
iil sells
W doors

always jusk'-ror truck horses,. t
Oklahoma TeajnstersH begae (o

find they were uheir brothers'

keepers, even If their brothers

were operating out pi ixs- Angeies

and Portland.

. Their, candidates began slip
pinr. Th Tssmsters had endors endorsed
ed endorsed C. R. Keller, a construction
man. He had won in th arlir
primary contest and had qua.
lifted for the April 2nd run-off.
Bit his police record was print.

ed. Keller )cldd not to run.
The Teamsters backed a B.
T. Kirby, who hd honestly tried
to help them In their unlonlia unlonlia-tion
tion unlonlia-tion drive. He looked Ilk a sol sol-id
id sol-id candidate. But he w beaten

Th Teamo baeked Walter Har

rison..whom my scouts tell me

wss considered unbeatable. He

had taken elections since 1949. But

th count sent me shows him win

ning only two out of 85 precincts.
The score here wss far from close.

He lost by polling 3,567 votes to
bis opponent's ,737.. ?. ,
In the weeks before the Senate
hearings, the Teamsters were a
innffh outsndken. bloc. DOlitlcslly

feared. The-, hearings burt them
and, if Vm correctly informed, so

did one other issue.

BROADWAY STAC? DOOR

Diana Barry more's samples from
her book. "Too Much. Too Soon"

kin Look), cost her the few friends

sne- nad left, Mrsy. van Heiun is
one (because Diana alleged Van
proposed te her-' two days before
hp married Mrs. H.) another is co co-author
author co-author Ceroid Frank, who has Had
It ... Robert Taylor is the latest

movie star to turn crooner. His
first attractive recording: "I
Found You and You Found Me".:.

Hollywood is sure it nas found an another
other another Shirley Ten.ple in Terry Ann
Ross "... Hazel Scott reportedly Is

furious in Paris over second-billing
to French favorite Georges

Guetary. at tne Olympia. (Yankee

Go Honte!) ... Lyn Baronet, the
stunning Foy model, and Cliff Rob Robertson
ertson Robertson of i '"Orpheus Descending'

are on cioud jHeaventy-iaeyen

works' as stenographer by day at
a 1.T er rni- pi n

a former N.Y. Times staffer. On

worn as stenogrspher by day at
Flair-X Records, after 5 o.m. she

is that firm's, recording star. Her

latests is "Io Anything which Is
D6in' Great ;.. Canadian' million millionaire
aire millionaire Frank McMahon is the big biggest
gest biggest ;backer ot Jf Brisson's -up-
eomint' musical i''Nw fiirl In

Town,8 debunking the legend of a

jeuu .., juaiest upsucs: snaaes worn
by chorines are christened "Bru'

tal," "Striking pink;' nd,"KUs of

How To Get LinOtyners and

Proofreaders To love You Madly:;
Andy Razafwbo wrote such song
smashes as "'In The Mood," "Aint
Misbehavin',' 'Honeysuckle Rose,',
"S'posin. .!' ... (and Hozens of other

favorites). Is ackchelly named An-

eremenentanla Faul Razafinkerie.

w.x. limes mm crmc jjosieyiio,..; usa lurk.conciudmg a sea

Crowther concluded a movie re

view, with:. "Until the bunny lays
itsyteggs" ... .Bunnies dont .lay
eggs! (End of Biology Lesson). ...
Singer Carol Bruce and her V bus

band (apart lor months) are on

the verge of reconciliation ... Ex-

Champion Ezzard Charles con

stant escort Is beautiful scarlet-

haired Caucasian. ,;

should be a juke-box favorite. M-

son at the Palmer House (Chicago)!
will next make a oilot film for NBC

4. Micneie viarK y years yoijag
(she does the finale with Calloway

in the Cotton Clut Revue), is now

Urn before the April feUy, .he -togi

poll there was a report printed

that Jim Hoffa had summonea
Brother Hamilton, chief of the lo local
cal local Teamster to Chieage. The
Mnnrt also had Hoffa orderlnf

Hamilton to get busy and whip up

some real influence in uuanuma.
Observers say that this projection
of the Teamsters' most Influential
leader into local politics cost man-

y votes. r
It should be pointed out here
that a second election, this one in
Michigan, on prU 1st, also ssw
Hoffa's candidate lose in a bid for
th anl vacanc on the State

Board el Education.
Apparently entries running un-

aer me ihu"'
ing ia-with rsgged finishes.

The Jazz Cult is the ficklest
Dave Brubeck (his album, "Jazz
was half-filled. The promoter lost
At Oberlin," was the leading hip

ster album in sales 2 years ago) re

cently returned there to- give a
campus concer, The vaudltoriuro
was half -filled. The promoter lost

giOO Marilyn Winters and Millie
onay, th torrid mambo-cba-cha-charmers
(at the Broadway Pala Pala-dium
dium Pala-dium Wedzdee eves),- are Brook-i

lyn ,iousewives ..v Calypsd' stylist
TSt" Mathews and I.Nahan,

mar nr jos loco i mamrjo crew.

isre (lying! .. The Mello-Larks no

lohger bother to record any more.
They now make $100,000 per yeat
doing singing commercials ... Why
stars do sum me. stock: Martha

Wright's fee as Nellie Forbusb in

K Lsas City and Seattle this sea

son Is heftier than her-wage when

she (tarred in "soutn Pacific" on

Broadway. 'Although Sylvia Sid

ney has not been very busy thea

-

CaafaMch
.: -. WATCsi curru

TOItf cwrsi avtisus, mnaiu

TH8

I DUTY

am

time. The bejeweled Esster eggs
on sale at Elizabeth -Arden's are
the stage and screen star's crea

tions. -v-
One of the most attractive per

sons on the Broadway scene is Syl

via Daneel. She is The Other Wom

an in Tom EweU's life in the come-

dy hit, "Tunnel of Love." Ewel dis discovered
covered discovered her talent and beauty a

few years sgo at Bucks County
Playhouse when she appeared in
"A Burst of Summer,' one of the
casualties that season ... T.Tien

Theatre Guild and director Joe

Fields were preparing the comedy.

Mr. Ewell recommended her for
the part ... His Influence was a nice

thing to have to get in the door.

But she had to audition with 200
other experts before she got the
Job No wonder lis Taylor's back
aches. Did you see the way Mike

grabbed aer et tne uscar ceremo

nies? In her first Broadwsy

show Lena Home will rate billing
above the title of the opus- "Jamai

ca." ... Eva Barters real nanoie

Eva Szoke.

album of calypso songs for child

ren can't miss J. Former Ziegfeld
doll Agnes. Franey runs one of the
largest cosmetl mail order busi businesses
nesses businesses in the land Most unneces-t
sary explapation of the year:

roint Magazine s essay t Hied
"Why Men Love Legs'

Msleolm McLaughlin, the band

soraest of the Lindy's captains, is

a movie actor who isn't fussy on
how he makes 'r decent living. Hi;

next picture is "Face In The
Crowd'.Things In television hve

dome to this: Talent agencies will
be overjoyed if 5 pes cent of their

comedy authors are working ( oy

the Fall,.., Seventeen: sponsors
drooped programs in 'M. ,.' Three

fsmed companies Jilted teevee al

together ... Victor young s score
iO'"The BraVe One" (at the Altar)
is a delight ;.. Former editor H. B.
Swob told Editor and Publisher

that he ran The World ?'without

scandal or gossip, about 'boodles
from heaven'-." ... Mr, Swope for forgets
gets forgets .that he offered us four times
our wage on the old Graphic to

come over, -.

GM Record publish, John Gary

wiia appeal ... men there's
Ella- Mae's entertaining new al.

oum Utled t'Ella Mae Morse ii Of

uoursei- j,.-locals cant figger out

way me onset matters struce. They
avertge $250 per week..Xord Flea
IS now a tOD-rankiner mnmhar nf

. -.

aiypsociety,: a year ago he v p.
plied to V. Cannonball Adderly for

M ...... B UU ... 1 1 ,H .1111111 KIU1A I

know that Carroll Baker, fthen

named Kelly) was a Copa gal be before
fore before she m,.de stardom in "Baby
Doll"? She was wed to L. Rltter

ai me urai Howard Costigan,
one-time Red screen' writer (who
recanted)jwill probw the Broad Broadway
way Broadway theater-district for The House
Un-American Activities Committee
.(. Malenkov's secret love is Rus Russian
sian Russian film star Olga Andrevskaya.
From this column April I: "The
biggest behind-the-scenes crisis be

tween the'U.S. and Canada in is

long ume is, under way,. ASenate
group has th- goods on a Canadian

top exec and a Canadian" ambas

Credit for finally collecting this

money goes nrst to uoogias of If.
linois, who. in speech after soeeih

drged his Senate colleagues both to

cut down on airline subsidies and
to hire -enough auditors to look at

In the House of Renresentativea.

Congressman John, R o o n e v.. nf

Diwmyn aj uif same,

Douglas argued that the AmerV
lean taxpayers, through' subsidies
to Pan Am, war paying for lux luxury
ury luxury hotels and Pan Am' foreign
subsidiaries. He began this cam.
palgn in 1953, continued through

Finally he won out.;Thirty extrs

uuuuuis were uuea, ;

Credit ilso goes to Joe Adams.

who harped on the same subject-

uu ui, uiuyueu iur nis patns.
After Secretary of Commerce

Sinclair Weeks, close friend of Pan
Am, called at the White House last

Decern Der it was made known A A-dams
dams A-dams would not be reappointed to

the CAB,

REPUBLICANS COT TOUGH

Finally,; credit goes to Ross Ris-

7?

HUGE SUBSipiES

Our dutv in thia rnnart it nli

v.-uoni-yiucu u is cunsiaereaj
taat : transactions between' Pan A-merican-and
its affiliates aggre aggregate
gate aggregate some $50,000,000 annually." ;
This refers to th fact, that p

Am is. now the'enly airline receiv.
mg a major government subsidy.
In 195 Pn Am received $2,669,
000 subsidy on its Atlantic Division

$11,482,000 on Its Latin American
Division, and $1,356,000 on its A A-laskan
laskan A-laskan Division.

TWA received no aubsidv what.

soever, though it ilies the'Atlanti: j

paiauci w rAA, ana nas tne less
profitable run, thorough; the Near
i-ast. .. i .. .4,., v. .

Northwest Airlines 'received tim

483,00 on its Great Circle' Pacific
run, and Pan Am is now trying to
get certificated to fly that route.

; Befween 195 TwI relvai

total subsidy of $4,586,000 on. its
foreign operations, D u r 1 0 g "the
same period. Pan Am received .the
huge fetal. ,Pf $138,613,009,;

Pan American has 30 subsi(liart.

ea ail nvr tho nmrlil T' tha tr

ley;- recent Republican Chairman "or Mrd bv th CAR rnnti.

the CAB, and to the new Re- nii to find the' same bookkeeping-

uitti they found on the books of its
Mexican and Central American sub
H'ns, a lot of money could

a Columbia Recording star. rHeri,adqr to a Middle East place. Con

necting both' to a Communist Spy
Ring.', V.v t,r,.k ... v

All papers April 4: "Cairo Envov

Linked to Reds Kills Himself." (

nublican, chairman, James R. ,Dur ,Dur-Both
Both ,Dur-Both men are' 'sleepers. Rizlev

was a lame duck- Congressman come back to Uncle Sam

rrom UKianoma who turned out to 1 J ., ,, r :-,. :.
be one of Jhe; best. CAB chairmen NOTE-. For 4the first time in
in some years, so igood that adroit history,' tb House- Appropriations
moves were made to Bet him off Committee has cut Pan American

tne Doara ana onto we ederai.off without a cent of subsidy, it re,

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the Wisconsin Public Utilities Com-.

mission, has else proved to be a

mains to be seen, however.1, wheth

er the Senate will restore the $5,.
500,000 Pan Am subsidy that Pres
ident Eisenhower requested for
next yesr, k r

You srotto bsve patience, kids:

Joseph Sweeney, 72, is featured in
Henry Fonda's "12 Angry Men Men-film.
film. Men-film. He tossed in the towel after

37 flops on Broadway for movies

and TV. He hssm bio. a aay 01
unemployment since...Phil Abbott,

who plays the frightened groom- W.
to-be in "The Bachelor Psriy," is LrU

a former N.Y. Times staffer. On

the makeup desk ... Mandy Miller
the makeup desk Mandy Miller

Marilyn Mo: roe probly -w i 1 1

shrug upon leanin g that London's
newest comedy, "Olive Ogilvie,"

deals with a Hollywood actress,
who gets her start via a nude pho photo
to photo reproduced on a calendar, who

also aspires to act m Russian tra-
saHim Th ahnw'a a hit ... Mauri

Leightqn, who appeared In films as
an actress ("Csrmen Jones," "An "Anna
na "Anna Locasta" and with Esther Wil Williams)
liams) Williams) is now a featured songstress
at the Bklyn Elegante. She merits

talent-scout attention ... Show Biz
Is Like This: Michel, one of the
miniature poodles in the "Ziegfeld
Follies" suffered a nervous break

down and has been replaced by his
sister, MinU. (Poor thing never
got over' the notices) ... "Tonight"
(America After Dark) bounced one

of its columnists for calling Sir
Cedrie Hsrdwicke Mr, Hsrdwicke
and then Cecil. .,
The King Brothers produced
"Th Brave One" at a cost of $2,-

000,000. They once made a picture
starring Alan Ladd for only $20, $20,-000.
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HOLulSANITY HEARING FOR 'MAD BOMBER'Strapped. to
; a tolling stretcher and wearing a mask to protect onlookers
,; from' tuberculosis germs, George Metesky, the 'Mad. Bomr
ber Is wheeled from the recreation room at Kings County -,
Hospital Brooklyn, NX, after a sanity hearing was held to
f 4 decide -whether he should stand trial or be sent to a hospl-
tal for the criminally Insane. Metesky is accused of planting
32 bombs in New York over a 16-year period.

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HOIXWOOD (NEA)On-stage,
Offstage ahdUpstage: Showr an an-ship!
ship! an-ship! That's what makes Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood Hollywood, ike -the Movie Movie-town
town Movie-town character I just : heard about
who lias a glass eye.1 Plus two
spares. Not identical, thought One

is terriDiy Diooasnoi lor xaugaB ujb

Seems the star tied up with the
mjinntfpr At the siicroActinn Af htc

psychoanalyst, who just happens to

ue me manager s wiie,

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T nmnritff if tha fan mn0fl4in0e

will title the- June AHyson-Dick

roweu Dusiup as "Heaven, ivnows,
Miss'AUyson"?..'.Don't miss "The
Bachelor Party,y starring Don Mur
ray. A series of bar stops for "Bug

BAB mOCBV totta it K n iV

brother Everett,1 who masterminds

the fortunes 01 ootn noo ana
Bing: "He now lives on a farm in
INew York state. He's the only a a-gent
gent a-gent in show business with a bar

becue pit tnsteaa or a aesa..

Rwitrh aiI the old son ir : about

stars falling on Alabama. A new

star just zoomed upward there
Tim Carey,, the lead in ,"Bayou."
The film was produced by-M. A,

itipps, a wuDue, ma., uicHLcr awn-

er, who swears ne's-oiscoverea-rirav
an i fho prfn of hi own

theater i when ha played in the inn-

vie,' "Tha tuuing.- ( v -9 j'i

Short Takes: Sign on Bed, Skel-

n't TV "Off-Color TV." ;

Sal Mineo is due for a share of the

profits te. future films Letaown:
rtn rturant ripntlw crowned kine

of Houston's Mafdi Gras, -is play
mg an Army private in a chapter

mnrninff aftpr ev narties. The oth

ar1 it for laughs, too it's green to
wear .when pals show off new pos-

ured in a hair-raising r'm' "5 I BOB CORSBY tells', it a b o u i

bee .me obnoxious at a pany!
there had been a good deal of drink
ing. Someone in high spirits decid decided
ed decided to hush the fellow Tjy removing
the' glass orb and hiding it. Two
other foggy-brained revelers pinned
' him to the floor and the other start started
ed started to take out the crystal ware.
Just then the fellow's, girl friend
- saw what -J, was going on a n d
shrieked;
' : Yi ; Gads, stop You're goug gouging
ing gouging out his GOOD EYE!'-.
! "BABY DOLL" JOKES are lead lead-ring
ring lead-ring the hit parade, once dominated
i by Liberacey who Teplacedi.Davy
,-Crockett, who replaced Jeff
Morrow says ha heard a Hollywood
night club band-leader announce:,'
v i'T'm AoAifmt'ntr ,th next number

to Carooll Baker It's. c a ile d

THUMB of These Days." t And
' Virginia Vincent was disappointed
after visiting "Grauman's Chmese
Theater .no Baker .thumbprint
jimbfdded to cement.
' Note fronv Xharlton Heston, a a-'bout
'bout a-'bout missing the Oscar bidfor his
: performance as Moses in The Ten
' Commatdments"! "T h t n k for
v ur kind words about my also-ran
in the Oscar derby. I'm disappolnt disappolnt-I
I disappolnt-I ed. of courser but one of the first
' a .' J k. ttiaotaf tuna

:mingS I learneu
1 that there has never been an actor,

, or even a single

3 actor, tnai wuiwww

1 how can 1 complain ? After, all, : I
! did get the part." v - ,

1. tub tuiTkiBTt Ev.kaMbaU star

Chuck Connors is Pl4ySI PV

1 Robertson's pal in a new"

i film series, i aie wi
, gO. .., t .v. A M
t. 4U. c-irt-"Nrt aionder

?I have to keep working,". DeanJ
Martin cracked, reading a wire of!

I congratuiauons aiier,
S I. citfnpfl V' Jsn

!ne Dino, Craig, Gina, Ricci, Pea-,
' fi.ilV and- Claudia." His., wife L

and seven children! .;vi '.
i This Is Hollywood Mrs.;Jones:
I The current lawsuit and counter counter-1
1 counter-1 1. ;t hjton one of our top sing

ing actors and his former manager
! has aV eye v popping background.

Robbers Trapped

By Au!omalicr :
Cemsra Device

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24-year-old gunman and his teen-

aged girl iriena, wno uecdine

coast-to-coast television persuimi persuimi-ities
ities persuimi-ities overnight because of a ludden

camera device which recoraea
fki hitlrlitn nf a savincs "a n d

loan pomnanv here, face possible

life imprisonments j., v

Thtt nictnl-uiiftldine bandit. Stev

en Thomas, and 19-year-old Wanda

di i Cenzi, were charged,;rtoday

with malicious entry into a finan financial
cial financial institution. The penalty -is hfe
imnrisnnmpnt or 25 vears if the

jury recommends mercy. ;

Rnth ThniYiae and MisH di Cenzi

hava admittori In th thfft of 2.376

from ; the St. Clair Savings and

Loan CO., f riaay wnue a niuaeu
camera device recorded every de

tail ot tneir enaeavor. -

Thnmns hpld fhrif customers

and four employes at bay 'with a

hand w e a pon while, the girl
xrooneri nn the monev from a cash

drawer. Police say all but about

$600 of the stolen money, has been
recovered; WJ s
Another 1X.VAar.nld rirT".:Roie

O'Donnell, who drove the get-away

car will be cnargea witn tne same

offense, police saia.

po hrn np irt two orner men in

connection with the ccrime, but

were expected to release tnem.
Officers said the trio used" a car
hAinncincr to onu of the two lat

ter men, but that the men appar apparently
ently apparently had no knowledge of what
the rsr n beine used for.

The. robbers were identified
within hours after the holdup by
sharp-eyed detectives and the
film clips were relayed to tele television
vision television stations.
- Thomas gave himself up 1 0
Cleveland police Sunday. He had
fled as far as Indianapolis, he told
police, but everywhere he went
the movies hounded htm.

Syrian President

Denounces Western

PoversVPolicies

IllVASrtIS AnrH 17 (VP'S-.

ProcilAnt Shnlrri, fl Kuwat.lv said

today Syria leans toward Russia
hoiait:e thn 5sOvipts did not ask

for political or military conces

sions ana me western powers wwe
not to be trusted.

"Wo allied our fniintrv with the

Soviets when we saw. tney were
not asking any. political or milita milita-rv
rv milita-rv -rnriiinns and after thev STave

evidence of supporting our -nation

al cause, especially aurwg u e
Suez aggressions," he said, j
, anrtfid : "Wa liad always sus

pected the big powers."

jvuwatiy was speaKing hi u r
nual parade celebrating the eva

cuation ot toreign troops wu

na.

He denounced American poncy
i..,h,h. innked dunns the Suez

ki.i.it ttnrl npape hilt lin

veiled Us face after the Bermuda

conference, proving it can i ais ais-sociate
sociate ais-sociate itself from Zionism and

imperialism." r , m

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r Minister, is shown with Lady Eden as they arrived at an air air-s
s air-s port in Boston aboard an RCAF plane from Vancouver. B.C.
- Eden was rushed to Boston Hospital for examination of. an(
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tion of various machines and types
of materials used, as well as de describing
scribing describing the activities and-purpose
of the club. it
The stones that were finished
and mounted in earrings, cufflinks
and tie bar will be in the display
case at the Civil Affairs Building
nntil the end of May when the dis display
play display is to be changed.
Lowe-Racine Engagement
Announced
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Ipwe
of Ancon, Canal Zone, announce

the engagement of their daughter
Catherine Janet, 706 North Frank
lin "Street. Wilmington, Delaware,

to W. David Racine, III, son ot

Mr. and Mrs. Waiter I). Kaclne,
Jr., of Winterthur, Delaware.
Miss Lowe is a graduate of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School and attended Gold Gold-ey
ey Gold-ey Beacom School of Business,
Wilmington, Delaware. Mr. Racine
graduated from Wilmington High
School and attended the University
of Delaware. The wedding is plan planned
ned planned for October in Wilmington

Delaware.

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Eggnog Pie Is New

Dessert For Easter

Atlantic Side Holy Week Services

Announced ; By Viricentian Fathers

EGGNOG PIE is dessert In cood keeplnc with Easier with
IU six mounds depressed and filled with JeUy.pean ctfs.
By CAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor

Picnic" Opens Monday at

Theater Guild ...

The Theatre Gudd will present

their fifth show for .this- season
Monday, through Saturday,. ;it the
Ancon Playhouse. Curtain at 8
p.m. j

The play is PICNIC, a recent bit

' EASTER means youthfulness,

.joicing antl a tresh green spirit,
mat's why this delicious eggnog

pie nts tne picture. :
Easter Eggnog Pie (4 servings)
Soften 1 envelope unfavored ge

latin in 14 cup cold water and set

aside. Combine 2 egg yolks, V

cup sugar and V teaspoon salt in

a saucepan. Gradually stir in l
cup milK. Cook over low heat un

til custard coats a metal spoon.
Stir in softened gelatin, 1 teaspoon
rum extract and V teaspoon

i MISS- CATHERINE JANET LOWE, whose engagement to W.
" Davijfs Racine of Winterthur, Delaware has been anonced
Miss Lmit U the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lowe
.1'. of Ancon.
5 TpNES TRIMMED, GROUND, POLISHED FOR CROWD
I I 'OEM AND MINERAL SOCIETY'S OPEN HOUSE
V" A constant stream of visitors flowed through the Gem
,? .ind Mineral Society's Clubhouse at their Open House In
I .Slboa, Saturday evening. Members from both sides of the
f'4thmus had loaned the equipment that was used, for the
Snionstration which was assembled in the basement of tne
' uiMing and had 'been set up by Messrs. Bauman, Worley,
J'av'.s, Olsen. Lindsay and Cox. t
' Trimmins;, grinding and polishing eabochons were Pat
t'ran. Irrinar Bauman, Patsy and Robert Umberger, while
v'rt Davis was slabbing on his 18" oscillating saw, which
nctdentally is believed to be the only one of its kind on the
J" stnmus. Doppinr sticks to hold the cabochom were pre

pared by mrs. nrj

his faceting equipment set up, and
cut and polished a citrine brilliant.
He also had on hand a small case
of gems which ho had faceted, and
some rough, materia romrwttch
he will make lovely gems'.; His was
a very popular ejthibiU.. .f
Several members circulated a a-round
round a-round assisting the visitors by giv giving
ing giving information about the opera-

jy William Inge. John Aniston is I ground nutmeg. Chill until mixture

directing and the cast includes Ron

Harper, Pat Quinn, Anne Pratt,

Bill Kilgallen, Claude A y c o c k,

Gwen McCullough, Alice Plencner,

Phil Sanders, Dora Hardy, Ellen

Bailey and Michael Fallon,

Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. Rena Sartain, phone
Balboa 1068. Please call before 9

p.m. and refrain from calling on
Easter Sunday.

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. Th Mrs. Rvin.'Cox and Wagner

d charge of the display of finish finish-'
' finish-' Kirabochons and. faceted gems.
. Uere ,a're attractive bracelets,
-rvin3-and rinssjof tumbled

f inos, with several jars of loose

ones. air. woriey naa ius iuiuu iuiuu-J
J iuiuu-J zt in operation polishing stones as

fae ojtnt aispiays.

Mr)1-Edward cox of Gatun naa

Attention Teenagers
LEARN Flips & Lifts In
Rock 'n' Rock, Bop, Dig
A Jitterbug combination.
Registration for, this type
tlassr April 18th, 10:30

BsJboat"Y".

up

Harnelt & Dunn
BALBOA 2-4231

begins to thicken.

Whip V4 cup heavy cream and
fold into mixture. Beat 2 egg
whites until they stand in soft
peaks. Gradually add V cup su

gar and continue beating until

stiff. Fold into custard. Turn into

a baked, cooled 9-inch pie shell.
Chill until firm and ready to serve.
Garnish with a wreath of whipped

cream wreath. Make a depression
in the center of 'each mound and
fill with jelly -bean Easter eggs.

Here are .Jme taster sugges suggestions:
tions: suggestions: Fresh Asparagus Casserole:

Place a layer of cooked fresh as

paragus in a casserole, cover

with cream sauce, sliced hard-

cooked egg and cheese, itepeat
until dish is filled. Cover with

bread crumbs and bake. Garnish
with spears of cooked asparagus.
French Fried Zucchini Squash:
Cut zucchini in lengthwise strips
as for French friend potatoes. Dip
in milk and then in flour. Fry in
deep fat. Sprinkle with salt and
pepper. :.
EASTER DINNER: Baked ham
garnished with spiced orange sec sections,
tions, sections, stuffed baked potatoes, fresh
asparagus casserole, poppy seed
rolls, butter or margarine, tossed

green saiaa, taster eggnog pie,

cuuee lea, mine.

' tach notice for incluiien fnsfhi
. column should be submitted i
:type-wrrttn form -and mailt
'tha bos number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," t er dalivere
' by htnd to tha office. Noticaa et
; meetings cannot be accepted b
relephona.
Soroptimists Meet
This Afternoon

Regular afternoon meeting of
the Soroptimist International1, of

Panama will be held at El Pans Pans-ma
ma Pans-ma Hotel, this afternoon at 4ri0

p.m. '
American Legion

Auxiliary Will

Meet Tonight

The American Legion Auxiliary.

Unite No. 3 will hold its regular

meeting r tonight at 7:30 at the

Nathaniel J. Owen Post, Gatun.

au members are asked to be Dre

sent. There will be an election of

officers.

.The Vincentian Fathers of the! Holy Saturday; Easter Vieil

"Ordo" for Holy-Week,' and have m. Mass the Resurrection at iS!

Ex-US Subs Join
Brazilian Navy

RIO DE JANEIRO. Anril 17

(UP) Two former United. States

submarines arrived today to -join
the Brazilian navy. Renamed Hu Hu-maita
maita Hu-maita and Riachuelo, the subs
sailed from New London, Conn.,
where they were reconditioned.

Episcopal Church
In Interior Marks
First Easter Rite

The first Easter services ever

held in St. Clair's Episcopal Mis

sion ar tanta Clara will be cele celebrated
brated celebrated Sunday by the Rev. Henry

i. uiuver.

St. Clair s, the first churcn in
the interior beach resort town, was
consecrated early last December

and is located next to the five five-building
building five-building Episcopal Conference

Center.

Two services will be fait) Sun

day. Holy Communion will be cel celebrated
ebrated celebrated at 8 a.m.' and again at
11 a.m. The 11 o'clock service will

include tne taster sermon.
All residents and visitors for the

Easter nolidayr are cordially in

vited to attend.

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tneir jurisdiction;
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH,
New. Cristobal. ,i
Holy Thursday: Mass at 5:15

m to be fallowed by procession
to the repository. Adoration at the
repository all niaht and until 2 n.m.

on Good Friday.

Good Fridays The Cnmmnninn

service, will be, in promptly at
p.m. i j
Holy Saturday.' Easter Vigil Serv
ice jegins at 11 p.m., followed by
the Mass of the Resurrection at

Qionignt.

Easter Sunday:, Masses at and

m-.ifi a.m.

ioiuessuins wui oe neard on
Wednesday, Thursday and : Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoons from 4 to 5 and n

Weduesday and Saturday evenlncs

Beginning ai
HOLY FAMltY CHURCH, Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita.

Holy Thursday: Mass at 5:15 o,

m.vCood Friday: Stations of the
Cross at 7 p.m.
Easter Sunday: Masses at mid

night, 8:30 and H:30 a.m.
Confessions Wednesday. Thurs

day, Friday and Saturday begin

ning at 7 and Saturday afternoon
from 8:45 to 4:45.
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH, Colon.;
Holy Thursday: Mass 6 p.m.,
followed by brocession to the re repository.
pository. repository. Adoreticn at the reposi repository
tory repository all night and until 3 Friday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. 4
Good Friday: Stations of the
Gross 2:30;. Communion Service 3

p.m.

Etster Sunday: Masses at a mil

9:15 a.m.-Confessions Wednesday.
Thursday ind Friday nights at 7;
Saturday afternoon trom 3 until s.

No Confessions will be heard Sat Saturday
urday Saturday after 5 o.m.

ST. VINCENT'S CHURCH, Rain-

oow wiy. , 4, s v.
Holy Thursday:' Mass at 4 o.m.l

followed by procession to the repo-
sitory .Adora tion all night' and un until
til until Friday noon. 1 N ,,
Good Friday: Three-hour service
begins with the liturgical tommu.

nion service at 12, followed by dis.

courses on tne seven Last words.
: Holy Saturday: Easter -V i i i 1

service begins 'promptly at 11 o.ra.

followed by the High Mass of the

Kesurrection, at iz. 1 -.
Easter Sund y: Mass 'at 8. Con

fessions Wednesday from 7 to '8,
Saturday from 4 to 5 and Irora T

to 8. ( : "

All services will be sung, with

special music appropriate to the
several daysAU services will fol follow
low follow the new ''Restored Ordo,'' is'
sued by the Holy Father last year,
whicbjwrmits evening masses on on-Holy
Holy on-Holy Thursday," a lOramunion srr;
ice on Good Friday, and the Easter

vigil at rll Holy Saturday night.!
Catnolics are reminded that Good

fridsy is a day of fast and abstin

ence. 'i if 1V

Easter Sunrise
Service To Hear
Navy Chaplain

Chaplain Marshall E. Brennan

Protestant chaplain. Coca Solo Na

val Station, will be the speaker at
the annual Atlantic side Eatser sun

rise, service to be held at 6 a.m

, This service will also feature

religious music by the 0th Army

sana ana cnorat groups. -r ;

cnapiain srenneman nas been a

member of the chaplaincy since

1944. During that time, be has serv served
ed served in Palm Beach, Fla., New Gui

nea, the Piiiiupine Islands, on the
ships USS Spokane and USS Co

lumbia, .Marine corps Air station,
Ouantico. VI.. and -the U.S.- Naval

Academy, Annapolis, Md.

The : topic of Chaplain Brenne-

mans message at the sunrise
Service will be ?The Risen Savior

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snoath bacteria cuumt he or grpw oat iL
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Holy Week Services

Good Friday service ai the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Union Chuch will be, at 7:30'"
p.m. when the adult choir will
sing "The 'Agony," ''King ; Ever
Glorious" and "God So Loved tha
World" from-The-Crucifixion 'by
Stainer and the anthem -"Father,
Into Thy Hand.'' 1 Commend My,
Soul" by Dubo's, under the direc direction
tion direction of Mrs. George A,- Thibodeaa,
minister of music. Mrs. A. J. O'-

Leary at the console has selected
for her organ numbersvPrayer" :
by Loret, 'Stabat Mater" by Krec.

kel and "Lentan Meditation."

- Rev. Oscar W.i Olsen'a sermon

meditation, based on the Seventh

Word from the Cross w i 1 1 ba

"Father, Into Thy Hands I Com

mend My Spirit'! from the scrip
ture Luke 23:46. Members of.-thf

pastor's class' will be received in into
to into the church, and the' service will
conclude with the observance of

tha Sacrament of the Lord's Sup Supper.
per. Supper. ; ... ; -'i'-'f sVii.'.:

On Easter Sunday; there will "ba

two identical services at 9 a.m.

and 10:30 a.m. ;Ab both,-services,

Rev,?, Olsen, wui preach on tha
theme 'Triumph Over, Death."

Tha Choristers Choir 4 will ilnf
"Joy, Fills tha Morningsby Lotti
and "Since by Man Came Death
from' Tha Messiah by Handel will
ba sung by tha adult choir at each
morning service. Special o r g a a

music memoes "rasroraie w
Kreckel, "Alleluia" by Ottenwal Ottenwal-der,
der, Ottenwal-der, anoV "Easter Pawn" by
Claussmann.

A cordial invitation is extended
to the public to participate la
these Easter Services. , .;,,
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Tryouts Tonight

mi I neuire

Tryouts for the Theatre Guild'!

latest play, VThe r Desperate

Hours," will be held tonight from

7 to p.m. at the Guild workshop. ;

The three-act drama of suspense

bv Josenh Hayes, was. a smash

hit of the 1954-55 Broadway, sea-

son. - ., ,- ...
The cast calls for ten men,. a.,
boy and three women. ;'- '; i;
Roy GUckenbaus will direct tha

show.1- -.-

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con, Ancon, Canal Zona. All Sir Xnighta ara urgently re requested
quested requested to ba at tha Ancon Masonic Tempi by
8:00 am. Easter morninj to proceed" to tha Church
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL' 17, 1957

IttB PAN ASIA AMERICAN All INDEPENDENT DAILY HEWSPAPER
pagr ma

Social and Otli

Guests At Hotel Panamonte
Among Tecent guest at the Pana
monte Inn Boauete are Colonel Wil

lys E. Lord, from C.Z. Mr, and

Mrs. Ben Johnson and sons, from

Panama, Sir, Rene Miro, from Pa.

nama, Mr, Lee JKinger, irom ra ra-nama,
nama, ra-nama, Mr. C. Jepson, from Puerto
Armuelles, Mr. and Mrs. W. Green
from Puerto Armuelles, Miss Ma

ria Kuiz, from Puerto Armueues,
Mr. Eugenio Haussler, from Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, Dr. and Mrs. John Gales and

daughters, from C.Z. (
Mrs. Gail Looney Elactad '
Pra.id.nt O Kohba NCO Wives

The Port Kobbe NCO W i v e s'
Club held their regular monthly

business meeting on Thursday eve evening
ning evening at the NCO Club. An election

of officers was neia wun uienui uienui-lowing
lowing uienui-lowing being elected: Gail Looney,
president; Barbara Hauser; vice
president; Dolly Heritage, secreta

ry; Jewell stoneroan, treasurer.
public relations representative. Ma
ry McDermotrof Casa Fastlich
was present and offered the ladies
assistance with 'any shopping prob problems
lems problems they might have. Befresh Befresh-menta
menta Befresh-menta were served oy Ethel Hyde

and Dolly Heritage who used the
, 1 1 i i j

Jsiaster tneme as we iauie uctuio-

tion motif. The raffle prize was

Ifr won by Jewell Stoneman, tlie door
'pnze by Jean Rodgers. A "Fare

well Coffee is Deing. neia ior iv

le: Brown on Saturday,! at iu uo

a.m.-in the Bamboo Kpom oi tne

NCO Club.
Mts Virginia Reinhardr v

Fetad At Showar

" Mis.". Sue Knapp was hostess at a

miHfpUanecmav shower eiven f o r

Miss Virginia :Reihardt at T t h e
. t1 .J r A :i li. -I..

Dome OI Mrs. vera "
rucdu lApril 8 from a to 6 o'clock.

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84U kcs Fanama City
1090 Kcs., Colon"
Telephones: t-3068 Panama
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. PRESENTS

Today, Wednesday, April. 17
P.M.
i-nniratiira Review

4:30- What's Your Favorite (re.j

quests pawn 07

V tMSlUu)
A Maura

SSWhat'i Tout Favorite

i (com a -:00
Allen jackosn Commen-

tS-lBLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Fans, ueeri s
:S0 Hawaii Calla (WRPL)
7:00 Halls Of Ivy '
7:30 VOA Report from U.8.
t:00 Music By Roth ;
1:30 Musical Theater

1:00 You Asked. For It (r-

. quests lasen. oy puou

till 7:30)

10:30 Cavalcade Of America
ll:00-Jaza TU1 Midnight.

' 12:00 Sign Off..

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Tomorrow, Thursday, April It

-oo Slen On Alarm Clock

Club (requests taseu

bv tihone till 7:00)

n-siv Mornlnr Salon Concert

iili Church'to The Wildwood.

8:30 Musical Revema
8:00 News
8:15 eacred Heart

9:30 Paris Star Time

10:00 News s

10:0' Spins and Needles (re-

, quests taicen oy pnone

till 8:30)

11-h(t New ,r

11:05 Spins And Needlei

- (cont'd)

11:30 Meet The Entertainer
H;00 New

TM.

11:05 Lunchtlme Melodies

12:30 Sweet Ana Hot :

1:00 New :

1:15 Music OI Manhattan --.

1:30 Sons Of The ploneera
1:45 Spirit Of The Vikings

3:00 Tex Beneke Show
9!is Preddv Martin Show

, 8: 30 Much-B i a d 1 a g-In-Tha-

1:00 Hank Snow And Hli

' Rainbow Ranch Boys

f : 15 Sammy Kaye Show
1:30 Music For Thursday

4:00 Feature Review ;

4:30 What's Your Favorite (re.

i quests taken by phonr
- till 3:00) ;
1:30 Newa ;

15 What's Your r a t o r 1 1 e

. (cont'd). .-.

8:00 Allen Jackosn Commen
tarv fWRTIL

8:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTSl

i REVIEW (Pabst Beer)

8:30 Telephone Hour (WRUL)
7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report from OA
1:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take it From Here
8:00 Yon Asked For It (re

quests taken by phonr
tiU7:30)

10:30 Music From Bote! El Pan

ama'

10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stare
12:00-lgn OfL ;

Flower arrangements were i of

white gladiolas and rainbow color

ed zinnias. ..
Those present were Mrs. Geo?

eia Herring, Mrs. Ann Dare, Mrs.

Barbara Croft, Miss Betty Coppen-

haver. Mrs. Ralph weiier. Ma.

rilou Jordan, Miss Loa Rager, Miss
Jo Ann Sorrell, Mrs. Louis Sorreli,

Miss Mary Libert, Mrs. juay men

ards,' Mrs; Florence Ashley, Miss
Ellie Ashley, Mrs. S. L. Henry,

Mrs. George Kruse, Mrs.' C. : C,
Drew. Mrs. V. J. Annicharico, Mrs.

John Powell, Mrs. Elizabeth Knapp

Mrs. Vera Aitken, Mrs. Terry im el el-son.
son. el-son. Mrs. Mary Journeay. Mrs. R.

H. Hicks, Mrs. Helen Smith, Miss

Forest wise, Mrs. orest Wagner,
Mrs. Geni Wagner, Mrs. Wallace

Thrift, Mrs. Remieller, Mrs. Ca

uierine isner, mrs. iuck num
mer and Mrs. Murine Averett.
Saawell Mission Will B Sit

Of Christian Convention 1 v

Tomorrow morning at 8:30 Toe
Panama Federation of Women's

Societies for Christian Service will
convene ; at th Seawall Mission,
with "the Gamboa Union Church as

co host. After "Coffee Hour"

tour of the Mission will be made.

The croeram will include Mrs.

Louis M. t iske. guest jpeaKer, Ko-

loiiit Mrs. Nell Kae smitn anu mu

sical selections by Mrs. A. J. O'Lea
ry. "Arroz con Polio" will be serv-

ea at luncn to ceuis a servuig
Flowar Exhibit At
Balboa YMCA Naxt Monday

Monday, April 22 i the date set
for a Flower Arrangement exhibit

in the auditorium of the ttaiboa

YMCA-USO by the pupris of Mrs
Pat Morean.

This was a smaller class than the
group later in the year so the u u-sual
sual u-sual large show will be replaced by

a small informal exniDit. aacn
student will place three entries in
competition. Prizes will be award awarded
ed awarded and certificates given to all who

pom Dieted the course.

The exhibit, will be open to the
public from 3 to 10 p.m. Hostesses
for the occasion will be Mesdames

Kav Trimble. M. Perkins. Pat wai

lare. Hannah Kelly. B. Stangelo,

Beverly sexton ana xsaoei oeneuui-

ti. Mrs. Louise Morris will direct

thee xhibit. The public is invited to

attend.

Free Spaghttti Dinner w ..
At Padro Migual Boat Club
There will be free spaghetti din

ner for members and guests of the

Pedro Miguel Boat Club mursaay
April 25 at 6:3o p.m. -

fytinetL
jyUKEffflENDS

Balioa Youlh
Visiii Cradle :
01 l.'uvd Avialion

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PENSACOLA, Fla. (FGTNC)

Midn. 4-c Joseph B. Clemmons
III. (above) son of Mr. and Mrs.

J. B. Clemmons, Jr., of Balboa,

Canal Zone, gets a pre-fllght cnecK-

out from a Navy flight instructor

while visiting the -Naval Air Basic

Training Command. "The Cradle

of Naval Aviation," at Pensacola,

Fla

He is one of a group of Naval

Reserve Officer Training Corps

students from Duke University

who. visited Pensacola March 25-

28.

Etch midshipman was taken on

an hour and a half flight in a

training plane and spent a day in

the Gulf of Mexico aboard the air

craft carrier USS Saipan. On the
Saipan they watched carrier train

ing exercises.

jc!:!:d Fishcnr.cn
6:IDcc Al la$l; :
J:? f !:d:co ObHscs

TANGIER ISLAND, Va. (UP)

The isolated fishermen ox little
Tangier Island today at last had
a doctor. t -
' They' had to go to Jap' an to find

one. '', if.

The inhabitants of the island In
the, mouth of Chesapeake Bay 12
miles from the Virginia mainland
have been looking for a doctor for

tour years. .
. .Four years ago the 1.100 lslaifd-

ers decided they needed a doctor

wnen tne islands Methodist pas pastor:
tor: pastor: suffered a : heart attack and
lay 17 day in bed without medi

cal treatment.
The Virginia Council of Health
and Medical Care offered tn hiln

the. islanders find one. The coun council
cil council with the help of a Chicago
placement bureau finally found
Dr. Mikio Kato of Kobe, Japan.
He promised to try it for a year.

me young, sugntiy-Duut doctor
arrived from Jaoan Mondav -hv

plane.' s v

All the island tnrnml nirf in trf

him a great welcome. Then they
escorted the grinning doctor to a
$12,000 medical ntai that th

had built for him.
fi."1 J??. .fishing PeP,e n I
like fish," he said, happily. ) v

Wild Bill
Recovering

From Thrombosis

NEW YORK, April 17 (UP)
Maj. Gen. William 3. (Wild BiU)
Donovan, 74, holder of the na

tion s tour top miutary decora decorations,
tions, decorations, was reported today to be

making "excellent progress" to toward
ward toward recovery from an attack of

cerebral thrombosis. 1 ;
t. Tnnnufln'. 1w nafnf William

J. Vanden Heuval, said the retired
soldier was expected to recover

irom ; tne attack suffered ; tnree
weeks ago. :
Donovan, who holds the Congres Congressional
sional Congressional Medal of Honor, the Dis Distinguished
tinguished Distinguished Service Cross and the

Distinguished Service Medal, re re-recently
recently re-recently was awarded' the Nation National
al National Secrutiy Medal by President
Eisenhower for his work as direc

tor of the Office of Strategic Serv

ices during World War II.

Two GIs Held
In Slaying
Of German
BAD KISSINGEN, Germany,
April 17 (UP) The U. S. Army
today held two 19-year-old soldiers
in the bludgeon slaying of a Ger German
man German salesman, r 1 1
The soldiers were Identified as

Pvts. Robert W. Neeley, of Wash Washington,.
ington,. Washington,. Pa., and Fred A, Kloh, of

LeavittsDurg, omo.
The army said they had been
charged with misappropriating a
military vehicle and being absent
without leave. In addition, there

may be a "p o s s i b 1 e murder

cnarge," a spokesman said..
i The body of salesman Erich
Junk,ickel, 47; was found near
here Saturday. He had been beat beaten
en beaten to death with a bottle or rock.
The Army said there was suffi

cient evidence to connect the two

soldiers to the crime. ...

NOTICE
advises its patrons that they should maks their
elub payments tomorrow, Thursday, April 18.
Th Stors will remain closed Good. Friday and
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Dam-Burst Takes

Toll Of 13 Lives

JIPIJAPA. Ecuador. April 17

(UP) The known death toll from

week-end dam burst in this cof

fee prodocing center near the Pa

cific Coast rose to 13 today.

Ten bodies had been recovered

from the dozens of modest homes

razed by the flash flood.. The three

other known fatalities were the

pilot and two passengers of a
plane which flew, in from Gaya-

quil with press photographers.

Their'plane was wrecked on land landing
ing landing when it -struck a cow on the
runway

(OMIIIG soon

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- A TRULY courteous person
doesn't stop being courteous Just
because his small acts of, thought thought-fuineM
fuineM thought-fuineM aren't alwavs aoDreciated.

instead of thinking. "Next time I

won't bother" when his courtesy
is met by rudeness, he goes right

on being considerate oi omen.
And most of the time tils eoor

tesv is not enly noticed but ap

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Easier Drama To Bet
Rexlaged Tonight
At Bethel Mission
The drama,- "Greater Than
rA nrill ha restated toniEht at

7:30' at the Bethel Mission Church

in Paraiso.' v
The four-act drama has Its back background
ground background in the life and death of

Jesus Christ. - '

threeJiour service will be heldbe heldbe-The
The heldbe-The Seven Words

of the Cross will be discussed by

different speakers. .
Activities will be climaxed on

Easter Sunday with five obser observances
vances observances as follows: 5:30 a.m. East

er sunrise prayer service; 9:45 a.

m. Sunday scnool; ll a.m. umne
Worship; 3 p.m. Easter cantata

and 7:15 p.m. Easter service.

The Easter cantata will be pre

sented by the Sunday scnool un

der tne direction ,ot airs. Kucy

Stewart.-' -

First 'Package ;
Power. Reactor'
In Operation c
WASHINGTON. April 17 (UPV-

The Atomic Energy Commission

said today the first "package pow

er reactor is now generating
electricity at Ft. Belvoir, Va.
It is expected to be the fore-!

runner of Dortablte atomic power

plants which may be flown to re

mote bases, sucn as uose in tne
arctic and antarctic.

Its ultimate output will be 1,855

kilowatts, to be fed Into Ft Bel

voir s 'electrical system.

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17 1957
offers Musial; Spahn Open Seasbii Like Pair Of Old Fire Horsed

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";EW YORK, April 17 (UP)-Stan Musial and
Vafren Spahn two baseball gaffers acted like
!oid"fire horses when they heard the bell sound for

j the opening of the 1957
Mn'sinl tin4 Sfi veara old and
trauil 17th season witn uie ai.
iwuls Cardinals, collected four
ddts in four official at-bats in
facing i the Redbirds to a 13-4
swlctoryover the Cincinnati Red-
leg&fc'.v'.iV'.i ',
' 'spahn who celebrates his 36th
; birthday Saturday and pitched
his first 7 Major League game
'yjtiii the old Boston Braves back
ln'l42, got Milwaukee off flying
br hurling a lour-nu, -i m m-uropb
uropb m-uropb overyhe Chicago Cubs.
l A crowd of 32,554 at Cincin Cincin-!
! Cincin-! nati watched 7the Redlegs ab ab-l
l ab-l sorb their worst opening day
defeat in 46 years. And Musial
. emerged as the biggest culprit,
whacking out two singles and
two-doubles as the Cardinals
' bombardtd four Cincinnati
pitchers for 17 hits. Him
Wehmeier went the route tor
' ftr-ionis, i scattering eight
safeties. ,
rspahn struck out five and is is-ned
ned is-ned only one walk in picking up
right where he left off last year,
wjien-lw was the Braves' leading
pitcher with 20 victories. How How-ejer,
ejer, How-ejer, he wasn't the whole show
al- Chicago. The Braves scored
airtneir- runs 'off Bob Rush in
the sixth inning, with johnny
Logan's -homer and Ed Mathews'
.triple the key blows.
tjn. other National Lea gue
otteners. Gino Cimoll's 12th in-
jig homer .gave the Dodgers a
9r6 yictory over the Phillies and
the pirates trounced the Giants,
5-3. Thd Yankees opened defense
of their American League pen-
Jiant;;by edging the Senators, 2-1,
while the Red Sox turned back
' the Orioles, '4-2,, the Athletics
downed the Tigers, 2-1, and the
tyhite Sox clipped the Indians,
8-2, on an 11th inning single by
J-frrry Doby.
r Robin Roberts, who set a
Majwr League recoM last year
byaerving up 46 home run
balls, opentd the new season
with; three "gopher' pitches. ;
In addition to Cimoli's winning
i Jt'ast, Roberts disappointed
c r cord Phillies' opening turn-
out of 37,667 by giving up hom-
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After Hodges' clout tied the
score at 6-6 In the eighth, Clem
Labine took over for Don New New-combe,
combe, New-combe, who gave up nine hits
and all the Phils' runs and clem
allowed only two safeties the
rest of the way.
The Pirates scored six runs
fivp nf them iinernpriin the
eighth inning while routing the1
Giants before 33.405 fans the
larerpct nnonin riaw nrnmH at

Forbes Field in nine years. BobLnteht game with the Dodgers, Po-

Friend gave up 10 hits but was
tough in the clutch as New York
stranded 11 men.
A crowd of 38,227 the largest
opening day turnout-rwatched
the Red Sox down the Orioles at
Baltimore. Tom- Brewer, who
beat the Orioles four times last
season, received credit for the
victory although he needed re relief
lief relief from Ike Delock in the eighth
inning. 1
A ninth-inning single, by Andy
Carey with the bases loaded car
ried tne Yankees to their open
ing victory and broke up a
tight pitching duel between
Whitey Ford and Chuck Stobbs.
Ford allowed only six hits while
the Yanks nicked Stobbs for
seven, including a seventh-inning
iiumcr py xogi Berra.
Tom Morgan, a Yankee cast cast-off,
off, cast-off, pitched four-hit ball for
the A's against the Tigers. Gns
Zernial homered off Prank La La-ry
ry La-ry in th sixth and tbt A's tal tallied
lied tallied their decisive run I" the
seventh on a single by J 3m Pi Pi-soni,
soni, Pi-soni, a sacrifice by Morgan
and another single by Joe De De-Maestri.
Maestri. De-Maestri. Doby's key blow for the White
box oroxe up another good
piicning duel between Billy
Fierce and the Indians' Herb
ocore. uns Apariclo opened the
11th with a single, moved up on
Nellie Fox's aacrifice, and acored
on uooy s singly to center. Score
bwuck um jiu men ana gave ud
only seven hits but issued 11
passes. Pierce whiffed nine and
aiiowea eignt hits.
Along The Fairways
AMADOR WOMEN'S
GOLF NEWS
iSylva Caroenter won lnur dm
in the Amador's Ladies' Day tour
nament last week with a score of
ou.
With 3-4 handicap Laura Hobson
won low net with a 74. Bev Fried Friedman
man Friedman placed second with a net 78
and Mo Williams was third with
a 79.
Bev Dllfer and Margaret Hast Hastings
ings Hastings each t"ok 32 putts to tie for
low putts.
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Opening Game

Attendance Up
Twelve Percent
NEW YORK,, April 17 (UP) A
total oi az.rn turneo out to
watch Tuesday's eight opening
maior league baseball games,
This represented an increase of
almost 12 per cent over last year
when 226,097 persons witnessed i
like number of games. The aver
age opening game attendance was
31,597 compared to last year s av
erase ot zs.zfiz.
This years four American
League openers attracted 125,473,
while the National League's four
openers drew 127,300. The largest
crowd of. the day turned out at
Baltimore, where -38,227 watched
the Orioles Play the Red box,
The Philadelphia Phillies enjoy-
ed their greatest opener, in nisio-
TV. 37.667 fans Witnessing thelT
lice estimated another 5,000 per persons
sons persons were turned away.
The opening game attendance
figures:' V)
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington at New York
Boston at Baltimore
Chicago at Cleveland
31,644
38.227
31,145
24,457
Detroit at Kansas City
Total
125,473
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee at Chicago
23,674
33,405
32,554
, 37,667
127,300
252,773
New York at Pittsburgh
,St. Louis at Cincinnati
Brooklyn at Philadelphia
Total
Graqd total
Braves Open Most
Critical Season
Since Shilling Home
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UP)-The
Milwaukee Braves, baseball's
most successful team in history at
the turnstiles, but runners-up in
the standings two years in a row,
cmeried their most critical season
yesterday since moving here from
Boston four vears ago.
Fans in Braveland expect a Na
tional League pennant this season,
after the near-miss in 1956 when
two losses in the final series with
St. Louis gav e the pennant ot
Brooklyn by one game.
The Braves from manager Fred
Haney to the batboy are confident
they Can win tne top prize, ho
confident, they didn't make any
trades or bring up any talented
rookies from their farm teams to
strengthen the two alleged weak
spots in their lineup second base
and left field.
. Critics to the contrary, Jhe
Braves' starting lineup today at
Chicago was the same one used
most of last season, including sec
ond baseman Danny O'Connell and
left fielder Bobby Thomson.
The critics said the Braves
would have to find replacements
for O'Connell and Thomson if
they hoped to cop the pennant
Trades involving the pair were
rumored many times during tne
winter, but nothing materialized.
In spring drills, Haney gave
newcomers a chance to aisiouge
the veterans, but none could
make the grade.
Haney has said all along that he
feels he can win with his 1956
lineup, despite criticism that It
lacked "courage" in the clutch.
Sports Shorts
CHICAGO (UP) The Chicago
Cubs, with a 35-21 record, have
the best mark of any National
Leaeue team in opening games.
The St. Louis Cardinals have the
poorest record with 22 wins and
34 losses, t
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;King, past Pavinetto in the

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noon. ancr-noon. ?Papito added three more winners on Sunday for, a total of six over the weekend.,
Gustines victory on King was a replica of his triumph aboard Dawn Song when she whip
ped Kadir ten 'days ago. On both instances Gustines slipped his mounts through on the in inner
ner inner rail to surprise veteran. Jockey Virgilio Castillo.

Stengel Off And

Toward Eighth

Yellow Belt Judo Competition
Matches Slated For Saturday

A judo competition match for all
of yellow belt grade will be held
at the Panama Olympic Swim Swimming
ming Swimming Pool on April 20 at 7:00 p.m.
ThnnA who ar eligible to enter the
matches are members of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Judo Association, The Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Judo Club, Panama Na National
tional National Guard, and French Antil Antil-lians
lians Antil-lians who have qualified through
past examinations and competi
tion ana now noia tne yeuuw pcu
8"he public k( cordially Invited
to attend as this will be the first
nuhlie comoetition matches held
in Panama. i" .?;t'''i-.
A narration on Judo will be git git-en
en git-en in both English and Spanish for
those who are not familiar with
the methods jused in officiating
and refereeing the matches.
About 26 members will compete,
with the winners of 1st, 2nd. and
3rd place each receiving a gold
cup as prizes.
Prior, to the matches there will
be a demonstration of the more
Montreal-Havana
I. L Series Even
At 1-1 After 2 Days
NEW YORK. April 17 (UP)
Mnntral and Havana, given a two-
day start over, the rest of the In International
ternational International League, both failed to
tair advantaffti of the break
The Cuban Sugar Kings, behind
the four-hit pitching of Vicente A-
mor, turned naca. m iwju
nioht s.2 tn even their senes at
n varna each. Pat Quintana hit
grand sum nomcr iur
. at
in thm tint lnniDK wu aww
behind this lead.
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Dan McDevitt, a newcomer w
Mnntral D tched the flTSt IOUT
innings but needed relief from Leo
rvi.,.n. and Bob Wils. Am or. in
going the distance for the Sugar
Kings, struck out four ana retir retired
ed retired the last eight Montreal batters.
Oscar Sierra, Havana ciicner,
hit a solo home run in tne smn
inning to account for bis team s fi final
nal final run. .. ; '..
The rest of the league wui
last go into action tomgni wun
Rochester at Kicnmonu,
Columbus, Toronto at Miami na
Montreal continuing its senes
Havana. '
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Today tncanto .35-20
Jayne Mansfield and 15
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Hugh Marlowe in
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Ray Danton in
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Joel McCrea In
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final sixteenth oi Saturday's feature race at the President Re-

spectacular and difficult thrbws
These technics will be performed
by the higher ranking belts and
by Mary Lou Engelke one of the
lemale members of the group.
xne iouowmg mem Ders will re
present the various clubs: Pana
ma Judo Club: Aurelio Chu, Ma
nuei uaues. uesar Maidonado. An
tomo one, Jose Sen. and Julio C,
Aizpu.
Panama. National Guard: Fal
conieri Caseres, Daniel Herrera,
and Bernabe Guerra.
Canal Zone Judo Club; Howard
Richards, Hollis Griffon, Douglas
Flores, Ichio Nagato, Donald
Johnson, James Collins, Braxton
Treadwell, John Brown, and Bill
u&uwvan. ,.
French Antillians: Roeer Enele-
da, lance Lugo, Leopold Maturin
oniciais lor the matches will be
as follows:
Referee Mario Gaudiano-Black
BelO v
Judge Antonio Naranjo A.
Brown Belt.
Judge Marcel Ollivier Blue
Belt.
Judge Robert A. Engelke II-
Blue ueit.
Judge Robert A. Engelke I-
ureen Beit.
Recorder Mary L. Engelke
Yellow Belt.
The program will begin prompt
ly at t:oo p.m. ana continue until
the winners have been presented
their prizes. It is hoped that
the public will respond to this in-
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viiauon so ma were wui oe a
better understanding of this fine
sport and instill the desire in oth
ers to join the available clubs and
benefit as others nave done.
Only Winner
Looks Good
NEW YORK (NCA) Bold Rul
er bat been characterised by herse
people as the finest example ef
thoroughbred. One trade writer da da-scribed
scribed da-scribed Hie fhree-yearM as "a
maonifieent Illustration ef the low-
els te which the breed aspires."
Keaaine: tne prese m the rand-
tasd at Jamaica Race Track, a
player, wfte Pa4 taken a bit ef the
Rwler m Ms lent Florida Derbyf
wm caiumers (general Dvkt,
came up with his own definition.
"A peed looking thoroughbred,"
he snorted, "is the one that gets
te the wire first. A herse that
dent win it as wgty a sight as I
Annual Youlh Day
Swimming Meel
May 4 Al Gamboa
Panama Canal Zone Ledge Ne.
1414, tfX.t. (Elks), Balbee
Chapter, wiH spenser its ennwal
Yevth Day Swimming Meet at
:M a jn. May 4et the Cambea
peel in cewecHac with Natienal
Yevth Day.
National Yevth Day le ceie ceie-brtted
brtted ceie-brtted each Mr 1. '
The meet restricted
awimmere from ofai fa twelve
years etd. fach certeetaid will
be limited te three events and
no relay. May 3t will be the
cv-e date en birth date as re related
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Inclvded among the vents will
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Running

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NEW YORK, April 17 (UP)
Casey Stengel was off and run running
ning running today toward his eighth A A-mencan
mencan A-mencan League pennat, "the one
he wants most of all."
Stengel made it quite plain to
his Yankee players, before they
went out and beat Washington, 2-
i, yesterday before an opening
day crowd of 31,644, that they
won't get this year's p e n n a nt
"served up on a platter" -the way
most observers seem to think.
"We all got the impression that
this is the pennant Casey wants
most of all," explained one veter
an member of the world cham
pions. "It s easy to understand. If
we can win it this time, that 11
give him eight pennants with the
Yankees and tie Joe McCarthy's
record. It's a matter of o r 1 d e
with him ana it probably would
earn him a oneway ticket into
baseball's hall of fame, v
'. Stengel warned his players.: ex
pecially some of the younger ones
who still are new with the xan
kees, that it wouldn't be a breeze.
And he looked like a prophet
yesterday as left-hander Chuck
Stobbs blanked, the Yankees on
curves, sliders and change up
for. six innings while the Sena,
tors, generally picked to finish
eighth by most authorities, went
ahead in the seventh when Roy
Sievers nicked Whitey Ford for
a 380-foot homer into the, left
field, stands. -,;.,. V.;-
Yoffi Berra cautdit ud with one
oi Stobbs' serves in the bottom of
the innine. however, and hammer
ed it into the right center field
bleachers to tie the score and An
dy Carey singled with one out and
the bases full in the ninth for the
clincher. i
We were lucky to win ; It,"
Stengel said as be relaxed on his
battered green divan in ays ciud-
housa office. "That fella (Stobbs)
pitched a really fine game." ;
"Notice how he kept that ball
up en our hitters? Just like that
Brooklyn fella (Johnny Padres)
dees against my men all the
time. Keeping the ball np like
that makes yew hit straight up
all the time.
.'.
Take the way be pitched 'to
Carey in the ninth. Did you no notice
tice notice it. be kept the ball up. Gave
him two high curves and Carey
fouls 'em off. Then be nibbles at
him right in here" drawing a
hand across bis chest "with
two fast balls. Finally be comes
in with the pitch Carey hit And
m glad to see mayoe carey nai
teamed a lesson that he should
Just toy to get a piece of the
ball instead of swinging for the
fences." v
Had Stobbs retired Carey. Fora
was the next scheduled batter and
the wheels already were turning
in Casey's bead.
"If it came Ford's turn to nit,
Tda probably batted (Enos)
Slaughter fo him. I know Slaugh Slaughter
ter Slaughter Is a left-handed bitter, but
he's a pro. He can hit them left left-handed
handed left-handed pitchers. He's hit 'em aQ
his hie, Besides, I tried him as a
ninrh hitter against left handed
pitchers twice this spring and be
come through with hits for me."
The inaugural victory ever
Washington was net a typical
Yankee triumph in that Stengel
weed only nine players.
"Thars right," grunted the" Yan
kee skipper. "I used only nine
but I hadda lot of other ready.
Oh. well, ene down and 153
more to do.
Sports
TNCLEWOOD, CaliL (UP) FJ
Khobar, one of New Zealand s
best thoroughbreds, is expected to
arrive here Thursday for the
forthcoming Holly weed Park
meeting. Tbe five-year-old borse
v-i'J be trained by W. J .(Buddy)
Ilirsck durir.g hit American mva mva-soa.
soa. mva-soa. . i

Editor; CONRADO SARCEANT

; AMERICAN LEAtitJE
Team
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1
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Pet. GB
Boston ,
Chicago .
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
Kansas City 'V
New York t
Baltimore
Cleveland
.500 y2
.000 1
000 1
Detroit ,
wa&ningtoQ
.ooo iy.
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Kansas City
iwmy game scneauieo ) : v
YESTERDA Y'SRESULTS
Washington 000 000 1001 6 1
New York 000 000 1012 7 1
Stobbs (0-1) and Fit? Gerald.
Ford (1-0) and Berra.
Detroit 000 000 0101
Kansas City 000 .001 lOx 2
Lary (0-1) and Wilson.
Morgan (1-0) and Hegan.
Boston
Baltimore
000 400 0004
000 000 0202
(1-0), Delock
9 0
9 1
and
Brewer
White.
Wight (0-1). Beamon. consue-
gra, Zuverink. Johnson and Tri-
andos.
(11 Innings)
Chicago 010 010 000 013
Cleve. 001 100 000 002
Pierce (1-0) and Lollar.
Score (0-1) and Hegan,
Tough One To Lose
WASHINGTON
AB
R H O A
Luttrell ss -Plews
2b
Runnels lb
Yost 3b
Sievers If
Herzog cf
Lemon rf
Fitzgerald e ,-.:
40021
40001
3-00 5-0
411-3-0
. 0 00 0 0
; 4 2-S-O
4-0-1-8-1
,,3-rO l-r4-0
v' J-O 0-0-0
.,',83-1-6 25-5
Olsoa cf, If
Stobbs. p
Totals
NEW York
Bauer rf
Martin '2b 1
Mantle cf p
Berra c
AB
R"H O A
40-01-0
4-6-018
4-013-0
42-27-0
4-0-090
4-0-3-8-3
Skowron lb
McDougald ss
Howard If
Carey 3b
Ford p
S-0-0-8-0
2- 0-121
3- 0-002
Totals
32-27-27-0
X One out when winning
run
scored...
Washington 000-000-1001
New York 000-000-112
Errors-Lemon,; Mantle. RBI-Sie
ves, Berra. Carey. Doubles-Mantle,
McDoueald 2. HR-Sievers. Berra.
Doubleplay Ford McDougald
Skowron. Left on base Washing
ton 6, New York 8. Bases on bans
Ford 1. Stobbs 3. S.O.Ford 7,
Stobbs 7. Runs and earned runs
Stobbs 22, Ford .11. wad pitch
Stobbs. WP Ford (1- 0 LP:
Stobbs (01). :
LUX-CE
TANQIII
; TOKYO...
FRISCO...
MACAO.M
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Team W L Pet. GB
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Milwaukee
1
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o a.ooo -,
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Pittsburgh M
St. Louia t M
Chicago
Cincinnati
New York
. 1
. 1
0
. 0
. 0
. 0
i .000 1
VOOO
'000
,000
Philadelphia
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Pittsburgh k
St. Louis at Cincinnati
s (Only games scheduled)'..
YF.STPRnjve m,c.J

SL Louis 101 015 14013 17 0
Cincinnati 000 201 100- 4 I 1

Freeman and Bailey;;; WOfS'

Milwaukee ooo 004 nnn

enjeago 000 0lonnn--i I 7
spahn (1-0) and Crandall
Rush (0-1) n.Tt V,.,1'..

etti and Newman." viea"n-

New York
001 000 lOO 2 lo
Pittsburgh
uiu ozo 06X 9 8
Aiibuneiii n.i
v-v; ana' roues.,
Night Game) 12 lnninM ; 11
Bklyn 001 Mn nin nn, -g?
Phila. 010 320 nnn nnn L A 1
CaSneTl?'
Roberts (0-1) and Lopata".
as Economy

Run Proving Men
Slill Besl Drivers
MS.AN FRANCISCO (UP) The
Mobilgas Economy Run roUed on
m.n si ,eond Aap with the
drfvers btter
h?Ui ?e wPen swept
tne fashion honors with a sun sun-burst
burst sun-burst of spring tinted, motoring
outfiU, Probably never before has -Easter
week blossnmail tnrtK

"such a rainbow' of. costumeafnr A

long distance driving., t ;
Leading the pack for the Mobit ".

gas Sweestakes Tronhv at the v

driver of the automobile stingiest ;
with gasoline was Mel Alsburv Jr. v

last year's sweepstakes winner. t
He was driving the 1957 version p.-r-of
the crown ImneriaL like he

light-footed to victory last year, ':5
Including Alsburv. the 'men toot':

four of the five first pjace honors
in the Los Angeles to Sa Fran-. ;
cisco leg the first of four, laps
that carry the drivers of 24 of 1
America's new 1957 stock cars, a
total of 1,568 miles to Sun Valley,
Idaho. i;:.,-:.
The sedans and hardtops, repre-
seating a 90 per cent cross sec-'
tion of the American motor,' car
Inrliiarf 4Atlr rvf tr then aAAinY v

leg to winnemucca, Nev. Monday '
night for the 419-mile, ten and a- v
half hour ; Journey They were ?
scheduled to start arriving there

this morning. The next two bops
take them to Ogden, Utah' and
then to Sun Valley. '
ENKRJAINING
AKICH IXKXIa!
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.WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1957
TBM AMERICAS AN INDEPENDENT DALLY WEWSf AM
W7 Smith Joins Titlist Class After
M ont
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i.mnr n itfuifinr i mmmmp i HPflr tftptiW-' i

in the millinery

department, Ted Kluswwskl sports the new wh te flannel cap
wltha red letter C which the Reds wM wear this
rVmind of the squad use. the tr"l "u
tion gtmt. He Is Hanked by Rocky Bridges, left, and Giia Bell.

by ":
JOB WILLIAMS

DM A Casual rwvB ." --- - -nmmleteW

Vw-Jri

remg,

ouco w proud; and independent,

lias

rendered! ','.,.." : winisV of informa-

We nave tr-6 wora w JVrl"rjf Club.

about

m. -7 Ti .nrMti. New York Racine Assn., near jockey wu.

say

"u" "r.: i hoi ,t.hinir whatever to

howsh ri.erf Ktrrto the etheral work) I.'
'Once we close with the networks," Mr. Keller said ."it is ;
their baby. (Sordid but inevitable in such circumstances) i they
Se on the format and pick the announcers.. We make no
Recommendations; We have no power of veto. ,j ;:
, It occurred to us this was a very curlou way to run a
railroad, or .even a flea circus, for if we understood Mr. KeUey -clearly
the network could brine in Cow Bell Hilda, or Nick The
Greek' . which te not to say either mightn't be a tUsrfdnet Jm
provement over some they do-brinr .. and the wouio,
be powerless to do anything about the'matter. r f,
1 This policy of utter submission, our Peeping Tom survey
shows, does not extend to other sports. TV spends irore money
on baseball "than on any other sport (in excess of 30 million
for the season), yet the right to name the announcing staff i
remain with the club. '" '!-'
i-i v Roll Their Own :
"Over here la Brooklyn," informed Walter O'Malley. after
recovering; his breath the explained ihis was. the first newspa newspaper
per newspaper can he had received in six weeks that didn't want to know ;
whejr thr franchise was. f?oina; to toe shifted; to Los Angeles) v;
"Wa selecif-our own men and nay them ourselves. I think this .

practice is pretty general. I know of ho instance where the
networks eyer attempted to force, an anonuncer on any:lub."v
4 "A call at the International Boxlnr Club found Harry Mark,
soil, momentarily in charge of tho store, characteristically am-'
biguous and. eompensatingly sjracions, .Next to baseball, boxing
is TVs roost fertile afield. The tab annually runs Into millions.
And there's never been an announcer on env of these shows
who wasn't acceptable to IBC. . a fact with which no one
could' possibly be more familiar than Mr. Markson.
t Pro football has only recently become a valuable TV prop property,
erty, property, i Harry Wlsmer. a national executive and pioneer In this
'eid. says that from the beginning the clubs always retained
the right tn accept or reject any. announcer the sponsor pro-;
poed. ; "which means, ot course, that men of their own
selection called the plays f t 4 av.v.
' ; y
' ; So Renlck's Out y
' A call at Golf House in midtown where the USGA abides
in itrav." musty srrandeur. elicited the snme information. The
ptworks never attempt to dictate whd the announcer shall be.'.
"By now they are so well acquainted with our desires, the pro-
itram practirMlv. taes rore of lt-e!f.M said Job" EnIi:v, und1"
' wret.aryv adding, however, that the association would most'
certainly take action, if an. unsatisfactory announcer were
named. 'i
This1 essay doe not concern itself with th time factor 'n
TV. a nceiarv and interstat''l e)l. tni that xn?'" whv
California fights must sHrt three hours curlier, whv the Ma.
trs.. bnDlnr to rresent th f 'oslnr Mrsmatln i"meit to r na nationwide
tionwide nationwide dienfte, feels I wo- tarriner ,wUH stsrtinr tmei
pit sire nf field, and whv a Tave GrrowaV vsww rnnst en at
:n on the note, no matter how anatomically dlfftault it mleht
-S We had asked Mr. 'Kelley why the former lockev. Sam
Renick, competent an 'noDu'r, w no lonier doin" th locsl
raclnc commentaries. When Mr. Kellev reolled, the tracks hid
to take whatever the networka aave them we started our sur survey.
vey. survey. Tt tur out. .tt of all sports only racing Is subject to
dictation.; How come?

Orie-Time

Top Amateur

Plays-fbr-Pay,

DALLAS, .Tex.' (UP) Margaret
Chamberlaine ( Wiffi) Smith, the
freckled fledgling who was the
latest of this country's too ama

teurs to join the pliy-for-pay golf

urigitae, nas nrosen into tne" u-tlist-
class 4)nly four months after

joining the tour"'':, v, '-'

The break-through for the husky

lormer uirttt cup ace came
in the wind-blown $700 .. Pallas
Women's : Open golf tournament
Monday when she parlayed a new

s oi ciuds inta a TZ-hote totai
of 285 that bested all the veterans

and added $1,318 to her bankroll.

That boosted her three notches.

to fourth, among the money win

ners, with' $3,990.42, ; one of the
most auspicious starts of any of
the lady amateurs who have cho

sen to play for. keeps., ii

la posting her, victory she beat

off : the challenge of too monev

winner Patty. Berg, the 37-year-old

veteran iron. St. Andrews, Hi.,
who hoisted her season pickings
to $4,979 with a 288 worth $926.
. Miss Smith, 20, gets off tre tremendous
mendous tremendous drives with her 160
pounds and is consistent, i If not
spectacular, with her short Irons
and putter.
She posted three straight, one-under-par
70s-over, the hilly Glen
Lakes Country Club course before
coming up to Monday afternoon's
final 18, sharing the lead with
Marlene Bauer Hagge. i
While Miss Smith's game came
apart bit at the seams in tak taking
ing taking a final "round four over par
75, Mrs. Hagge's woods deserted
her completely and her deft putt-

ing ioucn oisappearea as sne

soared to a 79 that dropped her
into third place with a 289 worth

SPEAKING OF AWARDS

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STANDINGS
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Excelsior 3 13

Wanderers ': 1 2 4
Surrey -..v.ft; l t 3

-' Remaining Matches

April 2lw Surreyvs. Excelsior.

AprU 28 Surrey 'Vs Wanderer

The end is V in "'sight, f Just : two

games now remain to complete

tne scnedttit Bringing to a close
another, and one of the most suc

cessful cricket season ever, spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the-Atlantic1 Cricket

League. With only three partcipat-

ing clubs this year, competition

have been unusually keen as each
group present a line-up studded

with local stars.- ''

Last season's champion club., the

Excelsior C.C got off to a fast

start by downing, Wanderers once

and Surrey twice. They now enjoy
a firm hold on first place and

have only to draw with Surrey

this Sunday to be assured of their
second consecutive championship

trophy. : ; V

The wanderers e.u. mulled weir

chance to remain in contention

last Sunday when, after declaring

at 145 for 9, and witn the opposing

Excelsior 3 out for 12 runs, the:
were tvmied by the vigorous bal

ting efforts of Harpre and Griffith

whose 4th wicket partnersnm car

ried the seore to 90 runs,' and re

mained unbroken at o'clock when
the stumps were drawn. Mean Meanwhile,
while, Meanwhile, the Surrey C.C main--

tain that they tan defeat Excel Excelsior
sior Excelsior this Sunday and Wanderers
next week to end the season in a
tie with the, first mentioned club.
Much of the credit for' the suc

cess of the present cricket season

is due the league president, G. B.
Parker. One of the earliest arriv arrivals
als arrivals at each 'game, he scampers

around appoint!, g umpires, resoiv-

inii Minor differences, and endea

vAiii-in to set the came off to an

early start. Irvin Kennedy, league

member, as well as Marcus uarke

and J. 'Totomate" Brathwade, al-

n render invaluable service x ss

umpires whenever called upon.
tile Svreef Again
For 'Sugar' Hart

t NEW YORK (UP) Life was
imit asaia today for Garnet

21-?ear-old Philadelphia

knockout artist regained bis win winning
ning winning touch Monday night by stop-U-Ulie
f Pineapple) Stevenson

of Bostoa in the seventh round of

their widely-televised ngnt at oi.
Nicholas Arena.
tt was Hart's lsta knockout la
23 fights and helped erase the

! memory nis saa mibihi

Sauare uaraen aeoui ian morno

I when he was outpointed by WaK

,ter Byara, anouier uosum proa-.

uct. I
Hart's- heavier firepower started

ta tike its toll ia the sixth and

just before the" end of that ses session,
sion, session, Stevenson was flattened for
- two-count by a wicked left

nook. He hit the deck again for

an eiiht-cetmt midway ia the ev

enOi and. when another flurry of

mmehei sent Willie reeline. ref

eree Barney Felix halted the ac

tion at 2:53.

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Powells Is Canal Zone

Amateur Team of Year'

co"i::g soon

."WAR t:.i PEACE"

' By TREVOR SIMONS,
The team that boasts the spons

or with the most years of service

anywhere on the isthmus ot rana-

ma, Powells garage, compiled ior
1957, A record that will be hard to
match anywhere as long as ama amateur
teur amateur baseball or Softball is played
onTthe Isthmus. The Powells story
is one of success on top of success

and now that the balls bats and

eloves have been buns in 'She lit

set unill laoo, a orra ronouwii vi

fhoir 'AT t iwrni In order, nai-

ticulafly so because much of their
colorful finale on the Pacific Side

of the Isthmus that didn't receive

the full coverage it deserved.

The reason for Poweus success

ia clear. Noel r Gibson,- veteran
workhorse pitcher and manager of

the champions, compiled an ll-z
record and finished the season with
1.81 ERA. In 89 innings Gibson

struck out 111 batters and walked

44 while allowing only 23 earned

runs. This pitching recora, pius
Gibson's .409 batting average that
ranked him second to Mike Rock
wh led the league with .413, earn earned
ed earned for the Powells pitcher-manager
the Atlantic Twilight League's
Most Valuable Player award. The
Powells team batting average was
a healthy .321. Their closest con contender,
tender, contender, CHS-ALUMNI, finished the
season with .263. -
Atlantic Twilight League fans
will recall Powells over-running the
opposition in the first half, finish finishing
ing finishing with nine wins and no losses.
Tbey. dropped two games in the
.unnii hit hut came roaring from

behind to finish one game ahead of

iiKS Jasoer and make a .cieao

sweep of both bilyes of play.

Nut ftarmtiea wun weir auhuuc

Side conauesU, Poweus took on tne

fmc.he LhamDions. Lucky. Strike

a ml Hom stadium on April 1,

Noel Gibson aaaea w aw aireauy
mulUtude of laurels, and pitched
no-bit bail gainst the Pacific
rhimni. defeatina them 7 to 0.

Gibsou again pitcned' against. Luc

ky Strike at t u ciayura on ipru
1 and his Powells team wreaKed
havoc on the Pacific Riders,5 win winning
ning winning 11 to 1. Lucky Strike pitcher,
Bert Joyce, broke bis elbow pitch pitching
ing pitching in that game, and the Lucky
Strike team, with no reserves on

the bench, was forced to utilized

Powells pitcher, wamoo Ming u

riniih the came. But when that un-

tortunate injur, oc cured, thr score"

was. already 11-1 ana mere was na

question of a doubt as to the out

come.

TLe same Poweus team, win me

MldiUon ot softballers faui aaoser

in the outfield, Ray Simons and
Mika Redman on the mound and

Uike Palumbo catching, accepted
tne Gamboa mvuation to puy in

the 8th annual uamooa xnviuuoa-

at Softball lournamem anu pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to keep their 1957 record
dean by sweeping through three

games to become sonoau ana .-all
all .-all champions for the year.
The most impressive comeback of

toe year was by Vince Kidge, yeter-'

an Powells ncner ana inueiuer
wits had announced his retirement

prior to the opening of the 1957 sea-;

on. vince was, nevenneicw, ei,

en the Poweus rower and was press
ed into service late in the baseball
season when Laurel Highley suf suffered
fered suffered in June, that kept mm out of1
action for two weeks. Ridge's bril-;
bant play at third base and timely
bitting piayed an important part in
poweu's second ball win and the

softball tournament was no diffe

rent. Kidge played errorless bau at

third base and contributed S hits

te the Invitational championship.,
Loui Hooper's big bat was the
terror of the softballers at Gamboa,
ringing out U the tune of S bits in
11 trips during the three games
played for the championship..
But they are but a few ot the en entire
tire entire team th.-t contributed throusli-

son that will probably never be
matched. To mention a few others,
Powells can boast the best play players
ers players in several departments. Buc Buc-ky
ky Buc-ky Swearingen, catcher, B u c k y
Hall, first base," Louis Dedeaux.
shortstop, Les Rinehart, left field
all were without equal in C.Z. Ama Amateur
teur Amateur baseball and softball. i

Sports Briefs

HALLANDALE. Fla. 'fUPV

Jockey Arthur Sherman of Brook

lyn, N.Y., suffered a slight con concussion
cussion concussion Monday; when his mount.

Gold Rina, threw him shortly aft after
er after the start of the first race at

Gulfstream Park. He was taken
to a hospital for observation and
X-rays. .'.
Georgia Tech basketball team es established
tablished established a precedent today when
it named three players as co-cap

tains. They are Jim Johnson,

Gary Phillips and Terry Randall.

Coombs Deserves
To Be In Hall'
Says HR Baker

TRAPPE, Md. (UP) Frank
(Home Run) Baker declared to today
day today that ex-Philadelphia Athletic
teammate Jack Coombs, the
pitcher for whom he hit one of

baseball's most fabulous home
runs, 'richly deserves" being vot voted
ed voted into the game's Hall of Fame.

"No better pitcher ever walked

out onto a mound," said the 76-year-old
Baker of Coombs, who
died 'Monday of a heart attack in
Palestine, Tex. "He was not only

a great pitcher but a wonderful
man. He certainly should be vot voted
ed voted into the Hall of Fame.-'
...... i.
Coombs, 74. was the most ef

fective pitcher on an Athletic stalf

that included Kddie Plank and
Chief Bender in 1910-11-02 and,
with a 5-0 slate,, was the most

successful World Series hurler of

the dead ball era. Coombs' World
Series, record, is matched only by
Herb Pennock and exceeded only
by Lefty Gomez' 6-0 slate. His 13
shutouts in 1910 is still the A.L.

record.

Coombs had a record of 159 vic victories
tories victories and 112 losses in the big

leagues. He later coached the
baseball team at Duke University
for 26 years and In recent years

held clinics for' youngsters in

Palestine, Ten.

Braves Add Youhgj

Puerto Rican LelM

Pizarro To Roster

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MILWAUKEE (UP) i-'Juan VC
zarro, 19-year-oJd .. Puerto Rican
left hander, was added today te
the Milwaukee Braves' rosten aty

a result of his fine showing durr,.
iaf spring training.: "-1 i;v
' art
" Th hifriilv-tnuted rnnVm tniclr

out 11 batters and allowed 19 .Mr'
in 19 innings of Grapefruit Leagutu.
pitching to win a spot on ?th-Bravea-.
dassy staff, -,.. Ji.'
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Ia other moves just beforehex
openers, the New York Giants
promoted rookie catcher Valmy
Thomas to the varsity and opruj

tioned catcher Bob Schmidt,-1-their
Minneapolis farm while tbjjL

rnuaqeipma uiiuca aeuk. piivue,
Angelo LiPetri to Miami in the

Jnternatonal League on 24 kaprr
recall,-,.,., ..... v.

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The1 Chicago Cubs optioned right
handed pitcher Bob Andcrnoa' 'io i

the Portland, Ore. farm team,
cut .their roster to the allowed

maximum of 2 on opening dayl'

The release left the team with 11

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Houses
FOR RENT: Chaltt 2 btd-room,-
living dining, garago,
maid room with r v i e
TrantUthmi i Highway 2nd
St. Vista Hormoirf. Tal. 3-1275
. 3431.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE:
Spacious oltgant rasidanco in'
Ban Vitta in-axctllent eondi eondi-tionj
tionj eondi-tionj furniahad or unfurniihtd,
' two -large bad room, ona air air-canditionad,
canditionad, air-canditionad, 2 bath, porch, liv-
' Ing room 5x4 m, dining room,
2 maid' rooma with baih,
, larga- garden, fonead, lot 1040
quari m. MAY BE SEEN
FRIDAY AND SUNDAY by
calling 30932. Thursday and
Saturday call 2-3012 office
hours.
FOR RENT: Completely
furnished, three bedrooms'
chalet. Garage all onven.
ence. Via Balisario P o r r a s.
168.
' FOR RENT: Chalet at Golf
Heights. Larga garden, living living-room,
room, living-room, dining room. 3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, maid's room,
hot water. Completely furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. Contract can be arranged
for 3 year. Phone mornings,
3-2975. Evenings, 2-2970.
FOR RENT: Ideal house for
large family. Phone Panama
2-2102. Ask for Mr. Fabtega.
Rooms
FOR RENT: 20 rooms. New
concrete' house at $16.50 a
month No. 13, 17St. Pueblo
: uvo. Call 3-0229 from 1 to 5
Air Fjorce Expects
First Atom Plane
WASHINGTON. April 17 (UP)
'.'he Air Force, beset by a series
of technical problems, now ex ex--
- ex-- oPt t have fta first atom-power
. ei combat plane in aix for seven
' years, it wm learned today.
After aeries ef ftOPS. Starts
and itretch-otttrftha .Ait.. Force:
lias ef up a ittnj waeouie ror me
ulane which was'said' to have
. ll. C n A
: -leasea memDers m. .uie iKuaw
House Atomic Energy -Committee.
. Air Vnrc Secretary Donald A,
QUarlea haa been describing the
pe-7 schedule in a series of uosed uosed-door
door uosed-door appearances before congres-

aional commiuees.
'"' 'StpfMe Date
whn ;-h. .' testimony has

not been rufcUd ly disclosed,
Ouarles was-reported ta-have giy giy-'
' giy-' n mtmWri nt the House-Sennte
: Atnmii. i EherBv Committee the
Arobyioiders Kill
2 Israeli Guards
! (UP) Arab Talders killed two 1s 1s-1
1 1s-1 ;raeli guards at the Messilot set-
tlement near me poruer ui
; dan, the Army said today. A
'spokesman said the raiders were
believed to be Fedayeen comman commandos.
dos. commandos. SURPRISE "It would have
been easier for me to do Um
, ;film, The King and V It I had
NOT played the same role fo
. ; ; 100 performances on tbt
' stage." That surprising com comment
ment comment comes from Oscar winnet
Yul Brynner. The winner a
the', ''Beit Actor" award x x-;
; x-; plained that during the. loni
stage run, he picked up an ap approach
proach approach and delivery of line
quite trse)s for movie work'
The movie, believe me, w
my greatest acting challenge,"
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CALYPSO
For Teenagers Y AdnlU -'
IURSETT & DUXy
' BALBOA 2-4239
WANTED
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Apartments

ATTENTION. O. I.I Jest bulk
modern furnished apartments, lt
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941. .,
FOR RENT: Apartment 1
bedroom,, parlor,' dining room,
kitchen two' balconies, laundry
room, first floor, garage. In
apartment house "San Jose''
F. St. El Cangreo. Phone 3 3-2501
2501 3-2501 er enquire at apartment
No. 1 from noon to 3 p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom apartment. Top floor'
Gloriole building across from
Hotel El Panama. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-6082.
FOR RENT: Freshly painted
bedroom, living room, dinette dinette-kitchen.
kitchen. dinette-kitchen. Accessible to Canal
Zone buses. Calle Darien No.
14-21, next street from 4th of
July Avenue.
Resorts
Baldwin's furnished apart apart-ments
ments apart-ments at Santa Clara Beach,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3681.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences
moderate rata. Phone Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, 6-441.
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and larga
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
It Will Produce
Within 6-7 Years
specific date by which the Air
Force expects to "have a prototype
plane flying.
It was learned elsewhere that
military officials expect to have
an actual atomic-powered combat
plane in the air by 1963 or 164.
' Ouarles told -one-committee' that
the Air Force decided to V'bx P
ana taw a new mtcn in tne
atomic plane program, concen concentrating
trating concentrating on materials and reactor
designs rather than going all-out
on a complete airplane. As a re result,
sult, result, he said, it now will be "a
few years later" than once
thought when the airplane flies.
But it will be a useful combat
plane rather than a "flying reac reactor,",
tor,", reactor,", according to Queries.
Restore Money
' Chairman "Richard B, Russell
(D-Ga) of the Senate Armed Serv Services
ices Services Committee recently talked of
restoring several hundred million
dollars to the Air Force' budget
for atomic plane development.
Quarles has said the Air Force
at one point wanted more than
600 million dollars for the project
in its new budget. But be said rr
now considers the more than zoo
adequate. The secretary haa told
congressmen it is "not a dollar
problem."
He said the former speed up
program would have cost four to
five billion dollars by the time
atomic planes were ivailabie in
"operational" numbers.
Quarles told the congressmen
that efforts now are being concen
trated on "the fundamentals of
materials and reactor designs."
The Air Force, he said, has drop dropped
ped dropped for tne present any plann ng
fo- manufacturing arrangements,
advance test facilities and even
final aircraft designs.
Those phases of the plan-? proj project
ect project will be restored when greater
progress has been made toward
developing the power plant.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITCD STATES OF AMEBICA
Canal Zone
United SUM District Crart Far
The District at Th CaaaJ tm
Division of Balboa
John R. O Shields. plalntiM. VI Ethel
M. O'Shlelds. defendant Summons Case
No 448S. Civil Docket 21. Action for
Divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the eomnlalnt filed In the
above-entitled action within ninety day-,
after the first publication.
In case of your failure to ao appear
and answer, judgment wUI be taker
against you by default for the relle;
demanded in the complaint.
Witness the Honorable Guthrie r
Crowe. Judge. United State District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this April 15. 1SS7.
C. T. MrCeraiirk. Jr.
Clerk
(Seal)
By Sara ta Pee
Chief Deputy Clerk
To. Ethel M. O'Shlelds
The foregoing- summons Is serve
opon by publication pursuant ta
the order at the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe. Judge. United States DtrtHe
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
date April 1L. ISST. and entered mmi
(ilea m true aeaon an the afnr of
the Clerk of aaM United State District
Court far the Divkaon of Balboa, en
April 11. ISST.
C. T. McCorsaiek, Jr.
J Clerk
. By Sara e 1
Chief Deputy dark
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the Bella Vtata Theatre. s,

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1951 'Mercury
club coupe excellent condition.
$500.00 Call Navy 2362.
FOR SALE: 53 Studebalc Studebalc-er
er Studebalc-er "8", excellent condition.
Lots of Extras: Reasonable
Dial 2-3204 Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet!
"210 four door sedan, two-tone
paint, driven 4100 miles Phone
Cristobal 3-1391.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford Cust Cust-tomliner
tomliner Cust-tomliner Sedan, four door, ex.
cellent condition, radio, heater
new tires. Call 87-2216. $850.00
"FO (T SAL E: 1 951 FordVic.
toria radio, excellent condition
$500. Telephone Balboa 2-3376
Collier. V :
FOR SALE: 1947 Kaiser
$150. Good transportation. Ori Original
ginal Original owner. 5615-B Diablo
Phone 2-4412
FOR SALE: 1956 Customline 6,
4 door, heater, back-up and di directional
rectional directional lights, clock, v 7000
miles. Excellent r condition.
$1700.
3479.
Balboa 1581-B. fel. 2-
FOR SALE: 49 Oldsmobile
Good condition $300.- Cell 84-
4146.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet Sta.
Wagon 1956, 4 door,; 6 pass
Call Gamboa 6-450.
LIFE INSURANCE
eall 4
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Qibrajtar r.lfe Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama 1-0558
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippers Mevato
Phones j45 V2-J5ji
Leant Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Jumping Classes daily
to 5 p... Phone 2-2451,
: i r . -a by appolrttmant. , ;
Balboa Service Center
BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL Aran, ONLY
All Oar Best FarauuMnts
- ism zz.se
NOW 13.75
BAXBOA J-5
For U.S. pcrwmMl ul flMSt
. family ealy.
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
j.l.HllH
Panama N. fork Colon
Three Nominations
To Civil Serviqe
Okayed By Solons
WASHINGTON, April 17 (IjP)-
The Senate Civil Service Commit
tee approved today the nomina
tions ot Christopher H. Phillips,
Frederick J. Lawton and Harris
Ellsworth to the U. S. Civil Serv
ice Commission..
Chairman Olin D. Johnston (D
SC) said President Eisenhower
probablr will designate Ellsworth
as chairman.
t
Under legislation passed by Con
cress last year, the three appoint
ees will be the first to serve fixed
Civil Service Commission terms.
Lawton will serve for six years,
Phillips for four years and Ella-
worth for two years.
Cia. Engcllon, 5. A.
28th SL No. 1?-129
Fona 24970 Panama

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0 HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. 4m
Miscellaneous
.FOR SALE: AKC register,
ad toy Boxer Terrier. Beauti
fully marked, maia, 6 months
old, lias all his shots. Perfect
Easter gift. Bliss,' Navy 3812
FOR SALE: 1 1 couch-con-'
plate $25.00. Includes 3 cush.
ions and cover. Call 82-2149
Days. 83-5110, evenings.
FOR SALE: Leaving. Must
sell 1949 Buick Tudor with dy dy-naflow,
naflow, dy-naflow, New Wastinghouse
r Laundromat, 24" RCA Teievi Teievi-sion,
sion, Teievi-sion, Metzow upright Grand
Piano. Tel. Albrook ,4116. ?
FOR SALE: Boxer Terriers
5 weeks old. Pedigreed moth moth-er.
er. moth-er. 13th Street No. 14-16,, Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Farmacia Tason..
FOR SALE: Piano In good
condition. Record V player.
House 112 Apt. L. Phone 4-579
FOR SALE: Small white
ducks for Easter. Ernesto. Le Le-fevre
fevre Le-fevre Avenue No.': 32, Parque
Lefevre. f-'i:
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford 4
door Custom, Fordomatic, ra radio,
dio, radio, heater, clock, new-tiras,
brakes, plugs, coil, relay etc.
Undercoat, A l condition, ona
owner $700.-; ; t ynderweod
typewriter, office, completely
reconditioned like new $50. See
at 1025-B Old Cristobal 3-1305.
Judge Criticizes
Courl Trealmeiif
Of Wealthy Widow
"MIAM; BEACH. Anrfl ;17 UP)
Circuit Judge Vincent Giblin to today
day today questioned the authority of a
fellow judge to keep a wealthy
Massachusetts widow a virtual
prisoner"' in her plush homo under
a court-appointed guardian.
Giblin told reporters Mrs. Ina
Dowling, 79, Is not allowed to have
visitors, is kept without spending
money- and is locked- most of the
time ift the bedroom wing of her
mansion. ;v -f
Mrs. Dowling. is- the widow of
Jewell A. .Dowling of Maiden,
Mass., who died in 1955 leaving
an estate of two million dollars.
Giblin said he was "sickened to
see such disregard for a human
being's happiness", after visiting
jars. i. uowung yeaieraay. v v-He
He v-He charged that Circuit : Judge
George Holt exceeded ma ju
risdiction when be appointed a
guardian to the estate : and said
tbe estate should be handled by a
county judge instead, v.-
Holt is now under investigation
by. the Florida legislature for im
proper-official conduct. Most of
the charges stem out of his band
line of the Dowling estate.
'My visit there was a matter of
humanity to see for myself what
conditions this old lady is living
under,"' Giblin 'said. "I was sick sickened
ened sickened to see the disregard for a
human being's happiness."
Giblin admitted the old widow
is a "little senile'- and needs court
supervision; "But not the way
she's getting it now," he empha
sized.
He quoted Mrs. Dowling as say
ing she is ordered to take a pill
each night at p.m. by her guard guardian,
ian, guardian, Mrs. Tracy Bynon. The wid widow
ow widow said she then must go to bed
and is confined most of. the time
to a bedroom wing of the home.
Mrs. Bynon and theservants use
the larger part of the house.
Mrs. Bynon, who is paid $147
a week and aS expenses ty the
court for caring for the elderly
woman, refused to make any com
mpnt to newsmen.-
Mrs. Dowling i "a virtual pris prisoner
oner prisoner in her own home," Giblin
said. 'If it was my mother, I'd
be raising the dickens.
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CAREER WIFE Marjevi
Xard vaa Denny's other wtie-j
t ceckUil party tfvesi oyi
Mr. arnd) Mrs. Demy Thoaneev
Matiotie. who wiU be the Co-
nvedtan's TV 'e nerl seww,
vtt slyly iren'.:wel ta the
party invitation, -hifh read:'
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS :
ORAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
DECORATING YOUR HOME?'
Visit us for Modern Patterns
in ij olstery cloth and Drap Draperies
eries Draperies GIBCO Justo Arose:
mena and 34th St. or phone
Tanama 3-0281 anytime. Also
K rr. ;-Squares for wall .to
wall carpeting. Do it yourself I
MCQ8Y CH gltlDTl
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
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South West North 7. East
14 Pass 24 Pasa
'4 4s Pass pas Pasa
Opening lead- SI
If you don't like rt lead away
from a king, look at; the West
hand and shudder; you have all
four of them to leabfrom.
Suppose you select your best
Wad the deuce of trumps. De Declarer1'
clarer1' Declarer1' should win that trick,
take: this ace of trumps and
throwyou back in 'with a third
trump lead. That will force you
to lead rom another king -jibice
you will be out of trumps.
Meanwhile your partner' will
hava had a chance to make two
discards and should have helped
you by dropping the deuce of
crabs and either the six or seven
oft hearts as an Invitation to try
that suit i I, y
Now you lead the three of
hearts. Your partner's queen
forces the ace and a low heart is
led back at you. You go up with1
the king and lead the nine of
heatrs. Declarer wins with the
jack and plays the four of dia diamonds..
monds.. diamonds.. You play low and he fi finesses
nesses finesses dummy's Jack. It holds,
he takes the ace of diamonds
and leads a third diamond You
are on lead for the fourth time
and while you have three tricks,
that is tall
If you lead a club, declarer
makes his ce d queen. If you
lead a diamond he .trumps in
dummy and discards his .queen
of clubs. ; .
Hortens Evans of Chicago
found a way out of this dilemma
in the Winter Nationals, instead
of leading the three of hearts
when she was put in with the
trump, she played the king. De Declarer
clarer Declarer could still have fixed her
by letting this hold, but he made
the mistake of taking that trick.
This let East in with the queen
of hearts. He led a dub where whereupon
upon whereupon Mrs. Evans made her king
of clubs, exited with another
club and an deventually made
her king of diamonds to set the
hand. . J
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'MEET VOHV-Ifs a heev,
arm iol for two-year-oJd Du Du-n
n Du-n Meter as he introduces hi
pet. month-old St. Bernard
pup namrd John. Duane. He
livea In Monroe. Wis, wrars a
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Arosemena Ave. and 3 St e FARMACIA
111 NOVEDADES ATH1S Beside
'
Home Articles
FOR SALE: Norga 195, 60
cycles automatic washer. A v.,
ailable : June 7. Call r Albrook
.3147. ... ,.
FOR SALE: Porch sets $5.
chest of drawers S9.50, bunk
I beds $44.00 child's wardrobe
$25.00, China closets $15.00, 8
pes living room set .$45.00, dou double
ble double beds with mattress $49.00
folding beds $27.50, center ta ta-bias
bias ta-bias $7.50, Also: Wrought iron
. 'living room, and dining room
. sets, porch chairs, innersprirg
mattresses, linoleums... BIG
CASH DISCOUNTS EASY
TERMS.. Household Exchange,
National Ave. Noj 41 Tels: 3-
. 4911; 3-7348.
FOR SALE: Due to trip.
Complete household furniture:;
bedroom,! living room, dining
room, sets; etc. Refrigerator,'
stove, 1952, Vauxhall. Must sell'
52nd Street No. il Apt. 5. Tel.
3-529. r
FOR SALE: 21" Silvertone
TV set, like new $200. Phone
Panama 2-2102. Ask for Mr.
Fabrega.
FOR SALE: Urgent; Bar Bargain,
gain, Bargain, bedroom set;, almost new
living room, dining room set, .'
stove,, heater wardrobe; youth
bad,' -baby's carriage.' Good
condition. Phone 2-3955.
FOR SAL th Living room,
bedroom, kitchen and Hope
chest. Leaving "for: States
Must take best offers. Tal. Na Navy
vy Navy 3173.' : r
FOR SALE: -- Bed type couch
with bolsters and cover, $20. $20.-Phone
Phone $20.-Phone Balboa 2-367.
FOR SALE: (Leaving for
the States) washing machine
(.GE.', Porcelain) Frigidaire
(all Porcelain) both 25 cycle'
land In excellent condition. Al-,
so furniture. 373-B, no .St. ,- J
New CristoLaL. f 1
FOR SALE: Owner leaving,
v household furniture. 38th street
No. 272, Bella Vista. From 2 to ;
i a. W-';1?-' 'f.j&r'f
Real. Estate
FOR SALE: Modern 2-bed--
room chalet, maid's room and
bath, hot end ; cold water,
1 screened,"' yard,- patia, sliding 1
.' doer1 closets, etc. Phone Ama Amador
dor Amador 5193 from to 4.. 104 Call
84 East between Via Po Po-rras
rras Po-rras and 50th St. t .,

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SERVICES

F R E E : i For Members and
guests Pedro Miguel Boat Club
Spaghetti : Dinner. April 25
;30 p.m. I
Specialists in Television, Hi-Fi,
Radio, Phonograph, Tansmit Tansmit-ters,
ters, Tansmit-ters, receivers, and all elec electronic
tronic electronic equipment. Service calls
$2.50. Call by 7:00 p.m., for
aame day service. All work
guaranteed. Phone U.S. TelevU
sion Panama 2-4616.
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TugboatSlcipper,
8 Others Killed
In Boiler Blow-Up
ROTTERDAM, April 17 (UP)
Four men were killed and at least
eight others injured here today
when the boiler of a large Dutch
tug .exploded and showered the
harbor area with slabs of flying
hot metal;
The vessel, the Gunnard of the
Dutch-Rhine Shipping Company,
appeared to burst apart and sank
auicklv.r It was undergoing boiler
repairs at the Waalhaven shipping
yard when the blast occurred..
The dead : included the captain
of the tug,, its chief engineer and
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8 Casta ballots 28
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In 25 Fool Bos! n

HAMILTON, Bermuda.- April IT
(UP)J-The Royal Gazette advef.
tised a 25-foot iishing boat for sal
today and .behind th ad Jay a
whale of a tale.
AS j
David Desilva. a 22-vear-nM
fisherman, tossed a tuna trawling
i: i l rt ... n.
hub uvciyuaiu ucar 0(iBIUsn JTOini,
Bermuda.'
Suddenly the boat was lifted out
of the waters "As whale had risen
to blow -and 'carried the boat up
on its back. The craft slid down
the whale's back .add into the
water without damdge.
But Desilva's troubles were not
over. Another1 whale became
tangled in the tuna line. Its at tempts
to thrash loose almost
sank the boat. Finally the whale
broke away, carrying with it the
tuna line.
Desilva SDed iull throttle for
Spanish Point. s
It may have been onlv. coinci
dence. But there shortly was listed
in the "Boats for Sale column" of
the Royal Gazette an ad for a .,
25-foot, fishing boat "priced for
quick sale.'.
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.ce Signs Emergency
' AN INDEPENDENT fHE XbAILr; NEWSPAPER
?uis In US Postal Services Revoked
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WASHINGTON, April 17 (UP) (UP)-Covernment
Covernment (UP)-Covernment cuts in postal service
v ere partly revoked today.
But the public won't see much
ect until Saturday when mail
1 1 be delivered again and post

ices will ooen as usual.

I'ost office windows were kept

l i their reduced- 8V4 hour daily
f f hedule expect that regional post posts'
s' posts' I officials were given leeway to

i ake some upward adjustments

i i hours if local : need could be
i own.
- Postmaster.. General Arthur E.
T aiiimerfield ordered restoration
f Saturday service and revoca revoca-t
t revoca-t on of pending orders to halt
I aid class mail and postal money
I I der sales last night, moments
i ter President Eisenhower signed
i i-r emergency $41-million postal
i nropriation. i
- hj $41-million was just six mil-
- dollars short of the $47 mil mil-i
i mil-i n dollars' Summerfteld told con
, ess he needed to run the postal
f rvice until the end of the cur curie
ie curie nt fiscal year June 30. He had
ordered the. cutbacks when Con-

tress did not provide the money
promptly enough.
" Summerfield did not say exact exactly
ly exactly how much he expected to save
lv. Keeping some of the service
tuti' n effect. But he noted Con Congress:
gress: Congress: did not provide all the mon-

ev he asked and said his depart'

ment "is still faced with a diffi

cult 1ob to maintain service with

in the funds available for the bal

ance of this fiscal year."

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STAMP OF APPROVAL
This one-penny 'Tost Office"
Mauritius stamp recently
brought $12,600 in a London
auction. The 110- year -old
stamp bears a likeness of
Queen Victoria and is described
as having "very minor defects
and good margins." Current
catalogue values it at slightly
more than the price it drew at
the auction.

Panama's National Guard Boss
honored At Lunch In Pentagon

5''v v'
WASHINGTON, April 17 (UP) -'
Col Bolivar ; Vallanno, first com com-mandant,
mandant, com-mandant, Panama National
Cuacd, was guest of honor today
at luncheon at the Pentagon,

fu.adouarters of the U.S. Armed

Forces.
iVallarino arrived here yester

day for a three week tour of U.S.

;Weather Or Not

ff'Thlf weather report for the
54 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
4s -prepared by tne Meteorolo Meteorolo-pical
pical Meteorolo-pical and Hydro graph I c
Branch of the Panama Canal
.Company;

1 Balboa Cristobal

JKMPERATURE;
Low, 7J 76
HUMIDITY:
High ......... 88 85
Lowt 51 76
WIND:
(max. mpb) N-17 N-19
RAIN (inches) 0 T
WATER TEMP.:
.(inner harbors) 75 82
THURSDAY, APRIL 18
I HIGH LOW
6:30 a.m. 0:08 a.m.
;6:48 p.m. 12:28 p.m.

Army, posts. He is the guest of

Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, U.S. Ar
my chief of staff.
On hit arrival Villarino told
reporters he was "extremely
grateful" for the opportunity, to

visit the United States.

The luncheon at the Pentagon

was attended by high ranking U S
officers. Mai. Gen. Robert A.

Schow .was acting host as Taylor
wa unable to attend because of

the chiefs of staff of the U.S. Arm

ed Forces were meeting at the

same time.
Following the luncheon Vallari

no was scheduled to. be given a

briefing at the Pentagon by U.S.
Army Intelligence officers. This
evening Mai. Gen. T. J. H. Trap-

nell, assistant deputy chief of staff
for military operations for inter international
national international affairs, will give a recep

tion for Vallarino.
v Vallarino Is.te leave for the U.
S. Military Academy at Wear
Point, New York, Friday- torn or-

v'-'t the headquar
ters of the Federal Bureau of in-'
.He will also be guett
' tt honor at a luncheon at the
Inter-America Defense Board
tho agency that plans the de-.
fense of the western hemitphre.
Yesterday, after leaving the air-no'-'.
where he received a 17 gun
salute and inspected the honor
guard, Vallarino, accompanied by
Panamanian Ambassador and for former
mer former President Ricardo Arias, paid

a courtesy call on Taylor at the

Pentagon. ; v

'Staggering' Cost
Of Farm Subsidies
Shocks GOP Solon

WASHINGTON. April 17 (UP)-J

Republican' congressional leaders
were told today that federal farms

programs would cost the Treasury
an average of about $1,000 per

farm in the next fiscal, year.

The figure wis given out at to

day's weekly legislative confer conference
ence conference between President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower and the GOP congressional
leaders.' 1

Latest available Census Bureau

figures show there were 4,787,393
U. S. farms in 1954. Thev -were

valued at an average of $19,706,

including land and buildings. ; -"It
was a rather staeerine

thing," Sen. Styles Bridges '(R-

NH) said later. "It was a shock

to me." ;

Also present at the White House

j: r . .. ...

uiscussioq 01 next year s live mi
lion dollars farm budget i were

Agriculture Secretary zra T.

Benson and his aides. ,-:".)'

Bridges, chairman of the Spn-

ate GOP Policy Committee.' said

the estimates also' were discussed

at today's weekly luncheon of Re

publican senators. .

Some farm belt senators, he
said, replied that the cost of. dis

tributing' surplus farm products
abroad should -be charged to the
foreign aid program, not) to- the

iarra: program. ; ;.

Bridges also reported that some

senators who attended the ; lunch luncheon
eon luncheon voiced disappointment' about
the failure of the Senate- Judiciary
Committee to act on the Presi

dent's civil rights bill, which is

Deing fought by southern Demo

crats.: i . '5 .. ,.. .ij

He said he told : them he still

expects the Senate to fass .civil
rights' legislation this year "but
the speed to date doesn't indicate

that it will act very soon.

Quote Unquote

. WASHINGTON: Sen. William R.
Knowland in calling for. further U.

N. action on iehalf of the freedom

of Hungary; v 1

'Is the conscience of the world

that was so thoroughly aroused in

October and WovemDer to be com complacent
placent complacent and satisfied in April and

May7".i 1 v. 1

NEW YORK; New York Post'
master Robert Schaff er on the ex

tra-heavy load of mail New York

postmen, had to tote Monday; f

I "don t think there is rany

doubt this is the biggest volume

since, the Christmas rush' 1 when
we hit a peak of 20 million in
one day."

" 1 f"v f

"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe9' ' Abraham ,Lincotr: 1
! ..... 1 o i i i 1 i

1 1

22nd YEAR

PANAMA, R. p., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1957

FTYt CENTS

GALVESTON. Tex.: Teamster

Union boss Dave Beck on wheth

er his recent appearance1 before
the Senate Rackets Committee
will result in a contempt of Con Congress
gress Congress indictment or his ouster:-'

t

TVe. gonef through these things

for"40 years. They don't mean a

thing. It just runs off my back

' MIAMI:- Thirteen-year-old Rich-

.1 -!., i i j

ara uuuien on wnyue nucnea a

ride in a cramped 'compartment

of a Venezuelan airliner from Ca Caracas
racas Caracas to. Miami-

'I waited to scare my Mama

and Papa."

RICHMOND: St. .aiir f Drake
Negro professor at a Chicago col college,
lege, college, in a letter to officials of a
dinner for "distinguished 'Virgin 'Virginians'.'
ians'.' 'Virginians'.' .who Imntedi Drake, and two
other Negroes by. mistake:
"I always iJemfember jthat" Ne-,
groes- played a significant part tin
the making of the1 first permanent
English settlement; at Jamestown
in Virginia.".' ',

Hew York Remains
Kingless DulGels
Brand l!e7 Lteronel

T rAmnN Anr 1 17 (VP Tt'a

been 220 years since New York had

a king but it got a new baronet to

day by courtesy of British royal

custom. -v

The title of baronet of New York.

one of the last created in the 13

colonies before George the Third s

jurisdiction was severed there,

passed to a British army officer.

He is Maj. John Paley Johnson,
49-year-old cousin of the deceased

fifth baronet who served in the

Royal Artillery in Burma and Ita

ly during world war u.

Sir Edward Gordon' Johnson, 90,
died in Montreal.-
The title was created for Gen.

William' Johnson1 who beat the
French 1 at the battles of Crown
Point and Niagara in the middle-

18th Century. It is one of a num

ber conferred in former British
dominions Sir Timothy Eden. Sir

Anthonv's brother. is baronet of

West Auckland, Durham and Ma

ryland.
Mai; Johnson-.the new baronet,

who lives in London, didn't appear

to be -over-excifed y his succesr

sinn. "The estates which one time

went with the title have .dwind .dwindled
led .dwindled and I don't really know what's

there,", hesaid.

"Sir Gordon Johnson had- some

valuable pictures but I believethey

have all been given to Johnson

Hall Or to the New York state lib

rary,' he added.

Don Randel: Wins', :Sfate,:Gdyerhorship;:
Grand Ball Glared: For, Tomorrow Kliqht

Road To Las Minas' Refinery Site

; Completed Area Cleared Of Jungle

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NEW ROAD. built by Reflneria Tanama,' 8.A., from the Trans-'
Isthmian 'Highway to the refinery alte on 'Las Mines Bay.:
Town of Cativa la seen in the foreground.

jRefineri Panama, Si A., his

completed construction of a three'

kilometer road, beginning -on the

trans-Isthmian Highway near Cati

va all .the way into the site of Las
Minaa refinery located on 1 1 h e
west shore of Las Minas bay on

the Atlantic side of the Isthmus.

The refinery area has now been

cleared of jungle growth and pre

liminary grades have been estao

Iishei to be ready for the ; very

lai and substantial earth move

ment operation which will, take
place during the next dry season

preparatory to the construction of

lootings for the heavy refinery

tanks and buildings. ;vf ;

With the advent of the rainy

season the' company, headed by

D.- K. Ludwig, will concentrate its

attention on the marine and har

bor development phases of the o-

peration, which can be undertak undertaken
en undertaken without hindrance during the

rainy; season.,; .
? This will include soil bearing

tests to determine the best loca

tion for a dock and off-shore sur-

veys for the submarine loading and

discharge facilities that will be
established some distance out in

the Caribbean Sea.

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deadweight tons will be able to
pump crude oil at this terminal

directly to- the huge tankage sys system
tem system to be processed and refined

at Keiineria Las Minas. ;

-Don M. "Randel of Balboa, a

member Of the Federalist .Party,
was last night i elected to the office

of governor of Crossroads Boys'
State for 1957.: He will succeed

James VW. Watson.- Randel 1 is a

member of the iunior class at Bal

boa- High School, where he was
recently selected for the National

Honor Society

Competition between Handel and

his opponent, Kaul Barbara,, was

exDecially t sharp,' with excellent

campaign stunts and posters lead-

in c the voters ;on: not only '.for

the governorship, ut for other' of offices
fices offices as well. 1 '

Prior to the balloting, a cam campaign
paign campaign assembly was held during
which candidates "for office pre

sented their views to the conven

tion. Several very fine, speeches
were made and. they undoubtedly

had a great, etect. i
1 In the race for lieutenant Gov Gov-ernor,
ernor, Gov-ernor, Larry Siegel, Federalist,
came out the victor in a hard
fought battle with Charlie Chase;
to give the Federalist the' two
too offices.

Th- nrcture changed.- -however,

in the race for secretary? of. state

when Nationalist xerry uorngan
edged out his Federalist opponent,
William Bunch.
KeeDine in line with the close

voting, .Paul Bennett oi me t eoer eoer-alist
alist eoer-alist Party was elected attorney
general in a nip and tuck battle

witn7 Anucx vrawiuru.
Th Nationalist managed to

keep the Federalists to the small smallest
est smallest possible majority by capturing

with George Barbier, who came

out on top 'of Arnold Brooks,' Fed-

The new slate of officers took o-.

ver tneu- duties today at the open'
ing of the legislature. Two officers

nave not as yet been selected
Speaker of the house will, be e
lected-'when the legislature cbn
venes, and chief justice of the Su

preme court nas yet to be ap-

puimeq Dy ?ine new governor.'
Whenc: the-; legislature convened

today, several bills -were, present

ed oy ine members of both par

ties for consideration.

To honor the new; governor, a
grand bell is being .planned for
tomorrow nights The governor's
ball will follow the final closing
ceremonies of Crossroads Boys'
State. Both will be, held- at the

Diablo f Gymnasium, starting at

7:15.

The governor takes pfeaure in
inviting all. members-of Boys' and
Girls' State, past and presnet, add
their .guests, to attend" the ceremo-:
ny and ball. Dress will' be semi semi-formal.
formal. semi-formal. ,
j Midway through the halloa pro program
gram program for the new governor! will;''
be presented by members of Boys'
State.: It will r includn'. InrtlviHnal '.

and group performances. ;' v

Among the recent instructions
received by the Boys' Staters, was
a talk on the State Snnrm Pnurf

by Col.- Tom Henderson, judge ad advocate
vocate advocate of USARCARIB, and ono
on education, welfare, and public
health, -by Edward C Harold of
Point Four Miss Phoebe Harris.
lT!t.J,mi. ...i. .. ... ...

uuueu. oiaies lmormauon service,
and Dr. I. S. Falk, special consul consultant
tant consultant to ,: PanCanal on health and
welfare.'" r.. &

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Kefauver Accuses

Power Coiiipknies
01 Fehe Drives

' WASHINGTON April 17 UP)

DCU. 11,0 LCD nciauvci .v-v.,
day demanded that private electic
light and power companies be de

nied tax deductions ior wnm. ue
called "brainwashing" programs.
Kefauver .told1- the Senate the
rnmnanies for some time have

been running ;ase and '; mis

leading" advertising.' campaign
against TVA, Niagara, Hells Can Canyon,
yon, Canyon, the Jiural Electrification Ad Administration
ministration Administration and 'public power
generally.''- : v 'J-'
' He said he ha been advised by
Internal Revenue Commissioner
Russell C. Harrington that a study

of such advertising is in progress.
He said Harrington wrote that

tax deductions would not, be al allowed
lowed allowed if he found the purpose of

the advertising was '.'lobbying or
attempting by propaganda or oth otherwise
erwise otherwise to promote or defeat legis legislation."
lation." legislation." --Kefauver
said the advertising
camoaien beean after a' survey

made for the National Association
of Electric Companies showed that
"TVA was very popular but so

cialism was not" Therefore, he
said, the "cold blooded decision
was made to link TVA with
socialism."

The funds spent on this cam

paign were, "consideraoie,", ne
said. : t -.
"There is little doubt In my

mind that these companies have
been charging the public, through
income tax deductions, for -their
own brainwashing,!' he said.

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