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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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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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University of Florida
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This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
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System ID:
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15,000 LS Fgftng Men
To Take : Part in Cdiib-Ex

A composite air strike fore from' the Tactical Air.

Command' 9th Air Fore artd a troop carrier tore Trom
TAC'e 18th Air Fo.rce will combine strength wlthr-Army,
Navy and Marine .units during the oint( Caribbean Com Command
mand Command training exercise 'Carib-Ex" here next wedk.
Approximately 15,000 servicemen will take part In
the five-day exercise starting Wednesday. : J

THF: PULSE ?
OF PANAMA

GOVERNMENT o f f lr.M

itnrougnout Panama will not re

open until Monday after the
close of business today, accord-'

in? to an announcement made

yesterday.

national holiday, and Holy Sat

urday is a civic noiiday. .,

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n n r v f

T J

. n ii r 1 n s "Carib-Ex." TAC's

rnmnnsltp Air Strike Force OI 12

v-inon fiehter-bombers from

the 40dth FiKhter-Bpmber Winn,
T onoiev AFB-Oaj and four RF

84F reconnaissance aircraft from
the 363rd Tactical Reconnais Reconnaissance
sance Reconnaissance Wing. Shaw AFB. s. c;

will ola? a major .role in the ex

ercise s air pDerations -
These units,' simulating- the
, use of both atomic and high
iptosDe weapon.; twe
1 vare the drop zone area at Rio
Hato during the second pper pper-ational
ational pper-ational : phase t, of rcam-px
for a varachute assault land-;
. ma bv the 2nd' Army Batta-'

' lion Combat Team, 325th Air

borne Infantry from eon
' Bratia; N.C.. drovped from Air
, Force C-11& troov carrier. airr,
5 craft of tH 314th Troop Car--
Tier:- Wina at Stewart '.Air:,
Force Base. Tennessee,
vElKht 100C4 "Super' Sabre"
fighters '.from;-the -450th Day Day-Fltfhter
Fltfhter Day-Fltfhter Win at Foster Air Force
Base. : Texas.-also will bartici bartici-pate
pate bartici-pate as Dart oft the com uosite air
: strike force t

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1 durin? the
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led States. She

te W. Tapscott,
, D.C., who, was
staff nurse at

t.h

;re neW .emolove

i before with- the
tlon. They,- pre
u a A- Beluche., who
".;s rations with,' the
" I. .vision -since -144.'
e- a. Oeneral n n-i
i n-i i t'- name 's unit: .Mrs.
Cnfr. em'oe at

various times. )ce '94 ai :
nurse with the Health Bureau.
V'as re-emplnved stff ri"rs
at Goria HnanitaU andMrsi
Musa Morie .T'h,. formerl"

e'ek with th-Maintenance di division
vision division and the Arfm'n'trtive

Brnch. now emnloved j a," a

clerk. tentrapher; In the

Schools plvlsion. .v. ',. "s..:j t
USIS Librarvr 0V$.
To Close 3 Ddys ;
The VS. 'Information Service
announced today that the U.S.

Library on Avenida Central will
be closed all day tomorrow. Sat

urday, and Sunday. Normal

nours win oe resumed Monday.
Record Amount
Of Iron Ore Goes
7f:rc:f3h CanaK
A new rerard for the amount
if iron ore carried throufh
the Panama Canal in one ship shipment
ment shipment was et this woeli ey the
Ore Monarch, which is owned
bv the Universe Tsakhips and
was running; snder charter oa
this trio far the Navlos Cor Cor-pnrttlon.
pnrttlon. Cor-pnrttlon. v'
The Ore Monarch was north north-beuncj
beuncj north-beuncj Monday with 4S494 tons
of iron ore from Sn Juan, Pe Peru,
ru, Peru, to MorrisTille. Pa.
The arevteus roeerd, S9.19
Idtif tons of ore, was set Mmrrh
5 br tho Ore Priare, sinenhia
t tho aew record holder.

However', they will not land
in the Canal Zone, but will
' return to Foster non-stop by
' being refueled in flight by
KB-SO tankers from the 429tn
Air :&efueling Squadron ; at
Lanalev Air Force Base. ..

Air .Force participation in the
loint exercise will be under the
direction of the Theater m Air
Commander, Mai. Gen. Truman
H. Landon. commander of the
Caribbean Air Command. The
composite air strike force will

be commanded; by Briu. Gen. Ed

win S. CWckerinsvf who; also is

commander of the 405th FiRht
er-Bomber Winit.

.The Troon Carrier Force will
DB' linrfoi t.h rnmmnnrl nf Cnl

Adriel N WiAlams. commander

of the 314th Troop Carrier Win.

TAC's participatintr 'aircraft.

peratinst under the Caribbean
Air Command, will arrive in the

Canal Zone tomorrow and Sat

urday. 1 't

Thirty-three C-119 troon car

rier aircraft will be based at Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Air Force Base during the
exercise; while 27 C-123's ; wUl

operate from Howard Air lfor.

Base, as will the 12 FLOOD'S and
four F-84F'3.';.s:.:v'.?A 'KAk

Over 500 observers from the
United V States. Central and
South American countries will jj
view the exercise as guests of
the commander in chief. Car- ;j
ibbcan Command Lt: Gen. I
Robert M. Montague. ; : )
Observers will be housed at
Fort Clayton during the exer exercise
cise exercise in "Hotel Carib-Ex."
The rxrvi is dosienrd- to

nam-. J,.. ,d U.S. iorce.s with
forces from the continental
United States in wound, sea
and air warfare with emphasis

on amphibious airborne opera

An essential part of the train

tmr will be the use of; tactical
atomic weapons by U.S. forces
and the, hypothetical aggressor
forces.'"''.;' -v. ' ? v.-,
i On Thursday, all participating:

services win exhibit static dis

plays of their eauipment at

nuwara yur orce, jtsase. ...-..

. i Panama City bars will close
at midnight tonight and will
not reonen until Saturday

morjilnr, according to a decreo

issued by Mayor Jose Cajar Es-
. Cala. ,U.-;.;.'.YV1v ': 'J.' r

The same decree prohibits the
playing- of juke boxes, orchestras
or other means of providing pop popular
ular popular music from midnight to tonight
night tonight until. midnight Saturday

Meanwhile,- 21 Dia's eorre
' pondent in David, Chirlqui, ro
v ported todsy that Bishop To To-,
, To-, mas ClaveMias suspended'the
celebration, of Holy Week rites
because of the failure of both

r tne town's mayor and business-'

men to cooperate with the re religious
ligious religious observances as pre prescribe
scribe prescribe by the Catholic Church
with regard to the playing of
music between Holy Thursday
and Holy Saturday, i -' w; ;
... i-:. ., -.-. .1-., ..' i livi'.-y. Mt'f-A'

The same newspaper reported

today that the Panama govern

ment is presently negotiating

the suspension of certain com

mercial activities by tne canai

Zone governments -.. y-c

Onotinp sources close to the

Foreign Office. El Dia said the
government is seeking an end to
the operation of ice- plants, tire tire-retreading
retreading tire-retreading plants, dairies, coffee
mills, laundries and other actir

Ities in the canal Zone. ;;
i The request Is based on provl.
slons of the new Remon-Eisen.

hower treaty aimed at increas

ing the; services rendered py
Panama industry to the. Canal
Zone, the paper said. ;, ;

Jailed Gl Vcds

Of Child

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He Allegedly Killed

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A IT. 8.v; soldier, charged with
the death of.20-month-old Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, boy and the child's
mother were married yesterday

aiternoon in a civu and reli
gious ceremotiy held at the Car.

eel Modelo. "

The civil marriage of Harold

f. Rose and Blanca Rosa Cas Castillo
tillo Castillo was formed by Municipal

Judge Prudencio Aizpu in the
office of the acting director of

tne laiL It was immediately fol

lowed oy a' religious ceremony

periormea by Protestant Army

isiiapiain r rancis uouis.
Among those" attending the
ceremony 7 was the- soldier's

motner, who came to Panama
from An.onia, Conn., to attend
the wedding.,. ..
Rose is charged with having
mistreated the child, Eduardo

snuo, and having caused bt
rtpath from a fractured skull

wuc is cnargea as an ac-

Americon Woman.

An American woman xm ita

$15 today in Balboa Magistrate'

Court : on a charge of reckieu

driving.

Dorothy B. May pleaded cnii'rv

to the charge which was an out outgrowth
growth outgrowth of an accident that oc occurred
curred occurred Monday morning cn
Manzanlllo Street.

Several buses will be with

drawn from Panama bus routes
in an effort to solve Panama's a-

cute traffic problem.
The measure hff-n rcom rcom-mpndfiri
mpndfiri rcom-mpndfiri hv tho Trai -nort Com

mittee named recently by Presi President
dent President de la Guardia after a sur-.
vey of the traffic situation.
; Rubea O. Miro, the alleged
assassin of President Jose A.
Remon,. reportedly left his Jal
ceU last Friday for the first
time since he was Jailed on,
Jan. 5, 1955, thee days after
-the assassination, :.1'v:- ,'"'4v.i -Mtm
is said to have left nis

Jail cell Friday under heavy po po-hr
hr po-hr iruard to file criminal charg

es against Justice Angel Vltello
de Gracia in connection with the

investigation ov the", assassinat
Won, ., v -a", cV'.C :',L -; '""'V

president de la Guardia hd

his cabinet ministers have a

greed to suspena ; nu peinuw.
grantedto private .-.Individuals,
for pamblinff and betting activi

ties until, further notice. .
.El Panama ... America, whlcn
.a..iu rnnrL said Kef

chandise, clubs are exempted

from the suspension orderv ,.

Lecture On CZJC
Curricula To Be
Given Tiissdayv

CAUGHT' IN tHE ACT 'A. hid1 den movie camera Installed
just hours before, records a $4,000 robberv at the fit. Clair

Savings -and J,oarT Co. in Cleveland, Ohio. While a balding

gunman (left) lieid customers and employes at gun-point and
his woman companion (right) emptied, a cash drawer, man manager
ager manager Stanley Zupan tripped the lever that afrted the -camera
and alerted the police. A man and two women jiave been
t iu arrested.

Don't Fuss About Flies, Termites:
in ..i-( i"t ,s ., 4'.- -; ; .-.(. ".'" i -.... ., 1 r -.: 1

Adopt Green Frogs From CZ Library

Anybody want a nice frog for
pet?' i -
There are a counle of bright

emerald-green frogs waiting for

new owners at the Canal zone

Library this week where- they are

on display to the public.

They're rather unusual in that

thrv are; poisonous to other

froRS, but not to people.1 These

little critters eat only termites,
maeeots and flies (that are a-

live).- and several interested

youngsters have been bringing

meeting of the parents

onrt guardians of Baiooa mgn

chnni seniors who are Inter

ested, or who -trims iney may
it.VirMkert in attending -the

canal Zone Junior College next

year, will De ncia h i
Tuesday.. 4n the .Balboa High

chnni linrarv.

nmror c. Hackett. dean of the

Junior College, will give a short
talk on curricula, general edu educational
cational educational : ; program, and the
standine of the college. After

th talk, there will be a dis

cussion or ouestion-and-answer

period aoout coueges in gen gen-eral
eral gen-eral with particular reference
to the local .Junior college.
Several members of the staff
of the college will be present to
answer questions about their

particular courses. Sigurd E

Esser. Superintendent or

Schools, also has been

to attend.

A simuar meetmg wui pe

held at the Cristobal High

School. Thursday.-.

1'

up tid-blts to the library, and
feeding, the frogs.
, The library became temporary
custodian of the frogs when
they were donated by Eugene

"ciKt-iua. an American wno was

recently lost on iunetle trails be between
tween between Orro Azul and M.nidinea.

oeincioa. vno was located by a
land search party on April 11.

uaq collected tne frogs.':
It Js believed that Indians
have used their poison on ar arrows
rows arrows for killing small animals.
Bo. anyone that has on man

maggots, files or termites around

"1B -'ouse nerM your chance
to get rid of, (them; and gain a
Pet. .'-".;';:::,?'";,.'
ProsoectiVe owners may apply
at the library building.
Insurance Chief ; -;
Nixes Romance K
On State Time :M

-. '.ill' .' v 'Jf,".:.- -'vm 'J'". 1 I

Mine "Blast

Claimants
DonY Show

Owners of private residences
surrounding the Trans-Isthmian
Highway scrapyard of Geneva,
S.A. in which- a mine exploded
Monday, have not v approached
the owner John V, Carter to
make any reguests for settle settlement
ment settlement yet.
iCarter said today that he
knew nothing about a group of
25 owners who were reported as
having approached him in an
attempt to seek an out-of-court
settlement. "i-t-; ''' !-'-
-V"- V l:'':;ii'' -'Wf'5''': "';'
" He said today if'they came
to him. he would have to tell
them that he would wait un-
' til the investigation, of th9
'blast is completed. s
' Panama Secret Police as well i
as i several Army mlnei experta

were continuing their probe of

the accident which injured 13

people, and damaged a consld

erable amount of property sur-

rounaing tne scrapyard.

. .... .'., ... ... ....

Carter's son. John, said torfav

that he lives across from the

yard"in direct line of the blast"
and only had three windows

broken in his house, .i

He said that the company
was not insured against- ex-
vlosion since this was not in
eluded in iirt insurance. (Nor
mally, in Panama no one in-'
bures against explosions, and
the vubuc liability insurance
which provides coverage a a-aninxt
aninxt a-aninxt such rinks, is n-t cen
e rally us br ").. -, jU

ij I

Cong

mat 1 ( t
' i v v.

'..'si'

ressman

Takes Craclr At

Army

,"- r. j :-., ', f
ngmeers i

WASHINGTON, April 18 (UD Democrotic' Rep.
Daniel J. Flood said yesterday that he has heard reports
of widespread agitation throughout Latin America 'te get
the United States, including its armed forces, out of the
Panama Canal urea." fv .''
b ; In a comprehensive House speech which, traced thi
history of the Canal, Flood said such agitation ''conforms

to the well-known and long-standing communistic plan to
place the United States on the defensive by usina the

Panamd Canal as a psychological lever to cause anti anti-American
American anti-American feeling as well as to wrest from the United
States Its authority and control over the Canal.'!, :;t: V
"Yet our national administration remains 'strangely f
silent on this subject, and sinister propaganda affecting
the future of the Panama Canal is having its full and

unretuted play, he said.- 1 tr

None of the injured employes
reouired hospitalization. T h e
Geneva building suffered about
$40,000, worth of. damage.

Sabolage Feared

In 'Jordan Crash
01 British Plane

LONDON. Aoril 18 fUP A

team of Royal Air Force accident
investigation nrf flv tn inihi

Jordan, today to find out if sabo

uge caused the crasn there yes yesterday
terday yesterday of s transport plane with

MANILA, Arpil jg '(UPU Tii. tti,0 of 25 Persons

irector of th. ine za zz

ice insurance ivitm

soldiers enroute

f...jnome for Easter and a crew of

employes todav th. a..m 2 lZ. T "lea when the Val-

romancing on state time " v letta aircraft crashed ten minutes

Rodolfo P. Anrlal in sk T msma

j.. w f m mm miviuui

uuumr noted mat "Ivk hu.

surance. ; is a hum,n necessity

iove snouid be comiffnd t

but

VISITOR Sir William Rootes
(above) chairman of. the Brit British
ish British Dollar -Exports Council, Is

scheduled to arrive here today
from Costa Rica for a brief vis visit.
it. visit. The council headed by Rootes

lis a British government agency

to foster exports to countries in
the U.S. dollar area. He also
heads the Rootes Group, one of
Britain's largest auto mobile

manufacturers.. -J- -;"
GZ Theft Charge
Dismissed; Boy H

Is Mentally III

Flowery- Prospect For Barnebey St reefers
. v -x' -t r - t -'--'.--,.. a, j, 1 t -. ', -I,
r '.' t t ' -
As PanCanal Offers Landscaping Know-Hov

A case against a young Pana

manian charged with stealing a
pair of blue jeans was dismissed
today in Balboa ; Magistrate's
Court after the defendant was
found to be mentally deficient..
Earlier in the week, the youth,
Alberto Gill. 16, was sent to un

dergo a mental examination. He

the was being charged with petit lar-

invited cey arter ne allegedly stole tne

S3 leans iruin unuer auaricrs

1519-D on Akee Street i Palva

The findings' of a doctor were
that the youth was mentllv de deficient,
ficient, deficient, and it was recommended
that. he be sent to an institution.

Barnebey Street floesnt
.Tie the garden spot of Bal-
it won t be the fault of
Housing and Grounds Divl-

can be taken to keep the plant plant-ins;
ins; plant-ins; alive and thriving.
Within reason, of course, the
division is prepared to fill all
orders for plants and shrubs to
be put around the four -family
concrete houses which are lo-

h a wide vsrtetr of flow flow-:
: flow-: plants and shrubs and

v cr lanascstune snow-1 rated in that area.
t tand. the .Housing and;

--! verie are in

ed there before but without any
real success. Right now the
main Improvements are the

double row of African tulip
trees which were planted many
years aeo when the street was
widened.

Housing

Grounds

W.c nm- Oarr. FTFT M-I run tmm l-lMiinn hrvn. Ih.) r,iAr,t,

lA Z'SL 't!,', r ed Paja E.-mentary School wia make their garden plans
a :V T;lr Kt:lZ B":br Erad ,n one of ts soon as possible so 'that tne
::".?e "nted Withe ms:n streeu in Baltoa planting can be done at the
,"--$ 1 ,1 -st rrfna Lr.;5far,-g has been attempt-' beginning of the rajs ss-ica.

2 Pfedd Guilty
To Trespassing
In Albrook Dumb

Two Panamanians each plead pleaded
ed pleaded guilty today to a charge of

trespassing In the A 1 b r o o k
Dump.' ; i
The defendants, Luis Bonilla.
and Isidro Sinisterra, each 41
years old were fined $10 but
payment of the fine was sus suspended,
pended, suspended, and the men were each
placed on one year probation ty
Baltya Magistrate John E.
Oeming. .
The incident occurred yester yesterday
day yesterday at 7.23 p.m.

Its proper place."

as '-rather of the Firm"; Andal
issued a set of rules forbidding:
; Extended conversations between

i.iea men and smgle women

uurmg oince nours.

married escorts for unmarried

icmaie employes. i

uverume for attractive female

employes.

Andal said all unmarried women

employes must be out of the build build-in
in build-in .by 5 p.m. j
" As tor- after-hour relations, An Andal
dal Andal said that was none of his busi

ness; but he added.' "I surely

wouia lire tnera -if I caught them

lnauiging in it inside my
ing." ...

First reports indicated the Vs Vs-letta
letta Vs-letta was climbing away from the

airueid in normal trim when it

appeared to catch' fire and ex explode.
plode. explode. y

.Although territorial observances
require tricky tskeoffs from the

Aqsba field, experts said the men

riymg out of there were fully ex experienced
perienced experienced in. use of the airport.

"Sabotage is the most likely

cause a source saia.

The burned out remains of the

aircraft are believed to be lying

mong the mountains known to

British troops who were garrison

ed in Jordan as the "Valley of
the Moon."

The soldiers were all from the

10th Royal Hussars and were be

ing evacuated from Jordan under!

build-the agreement to close British
t bsses.

"However since the sentiments

of Latin American participants
may be In connection with this
question. It is undoubtedly true
that handling the Canal situa situation
tion situation in the manner vindicated
conforms to world Communist
strategy.". '., i ....
1 .... -i v.'----'f : -jt t -thu

lIou.sa AuDrounatiuiiS suocom

mittee on the Panama Canal. He

said todav he plans to visit Fan

ama next week while the House
Sin recess for the Easter holi

days. : -. ..,s.-.n
.: He said today that the pres pres-.
. pres-. ence of U J. forces on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus is for protection not only
of thi United States interests
"but, as well, the direct interests-
of every country in the
Western hemisphere, including
. Panama .

"In event of war with the

forces of world communism, they

would in no wise respect tne

neutrality of the CanaL wheth whether
er whether under Panamanian or 'inter
national control." he said.
. "Instead, they would certain

ly seek to destroy it as a matter

nf their war strateav. wnicn is

characterized by unfailing defi

ance of every concept of free freedom
dom freedom and International law.
. ". unorf unafely. any such
war should occur, what power
is so well eauivped to protect
the Panama Canal as the U'
nited States?
"I think that I reflect the

overwhelming sentiment of all

peoples of the Americas. North,

South. Central, that a Sues crl

wis never will be permitted to oc

cur in this hemisphere."

Flood urged the creation or a

non-partisan commission to stu-

dv the problems of the Canal

and decide whether construction
of a new. sea-level canal in the

are is feasible.

He said he objected strongly
to a study being undertaken
currently by the directors of
the Panama Canal Company,
since, he said, the decision will
be up fo the Congress rather
4httn in ihm fvrmnjrfltf

The indicated action in some

British Socialist:

Surest Ur-V

LONDON. April 18 (UP). A
Samphiet issued by the opposi opposi-on
on opposi-on Socialist Party today sug.
gested that the United Nations
take- over-"supervisory Tights"
of the Panama Canal, the Eng English
lish English Channel, the Straits of Gi Gibraltar
braltar Gibraltar and other international
waterways-. ? v r, I

ii.'-4iMf--'--'""

, ' (NEA -Telephoto
A WALK tS THE SUN PreS:d?r.t LUenhower. the First Lady, and -their granddaughter,
Susan. 5, stroll hand-in-hand en tr.e soutJi grounds of the White House where the Chief
Fxruti"e took time out Ixoa t$ c ul.es to plant a wainut tree. The tree -came-from .the
..csi. IU SUt Faik.

The -discussion pamphlet was
prepared by e Morgan Philips,
Socialist Party secretary.
. -It saidi-.'" .".$: ft1
"Grave dangers were created
by .gypt; assertion of a na nationalistic
tionalistic nationalistic attitude' over the;
Sues Canal., -.vjr. ''".";; i
"It anight help convert hfl
to a more International spirit spirit-if
if spirit-if the United SUtee would!
grant the .UN i supervUory;
rights In the Panama Canal4
Zone, including the right to
station 4JN lores there, -f
"Britain could vo a lead ta

other powers on both the above

proposals by oifertng to admit
UN advance parties Into areas
such as Singapore. Cvnrus and

Gibraltar and even to Dover
a gesture which Franca m'irht

weu match, by receiving a UN
contingent at Calais."
Discussion pamphlets are pre prepared
pared prepared for the use of party po political
litical political education officers. 'l hey
are not statements of oarty
policy, r v.- ' f v

ways suggests that previously
taken, bv the board of directors
of the Panama Canal Company
concerning the Panama Railroad
with which. am thoroughly ac acquainted
quainted acquainted and was one who con
trlbuted to blocking it." he con
tinued. :,
In that recommendation thry
acted to liquidate this straUcia

rail link, without advance Con-

gressionai approval and woi id

have succeeded .had not the

Congress become alarmed and

Instituted an Independent inqui

ry. ,

"Th ensuing studv resuitd in

formal recommendations to re

tain the railroad, and this rec

ommendation the Congress has
accepted..:

"There is a feeling long ex existent,
istent, existent, that certain Army en-'
Ctneert. but not all, are deter
mined that therm thall be na
basic improvement of the Pan
ama Canal except at they rec recommend
ommend recommend it. and then, tear that
any plan not developed op,
themselves may result in their
loss of iurisdiction over the
Canal enterprise. Such a vine
is not iustiUd on way or an an-vther.
vther. an-vther. "As a matter of fact, the con

tinued effort of the Panama Ca

nal administrative set-up to br

pass the Congress in the deter

mination of basic questions cf

Canal pohev will do far more

damaee to the prestire cf Arrrv

ennneers than would vnetr ac

quiescence In the. bi-cartlss-i

proposal for the creation of ?
independent body to study t. t
gravelr important and fa--

reaehinr ouestlons Involved i

provid in t increased caracitv s- t

orierational itnrjrrvr"rt cf t

Panaca Car.sl Jt i '

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THS MAIL SOX

BANTAMWEIGHT TITLE FIGHT

Sir;

' I- Ivam one of many who aw last Sjmday'a championship
. bout at the Panama Olympic Stadium In w?1 Republic of
Panama bantamweight Melvin Bourne reta ned his Utie by de decisively
cisively decisively whipping challenger Alberto "Toto" Ibarra.
i- Ths series of odditieS that have occurred since ths flwfr
fong wtfi struck have convlnced'me that the present Panama
''BoSmrCoSSon Is incompetent and will l finally sink prize
lighting in the capital city to Its lowest depths ever, if not bury
daV'Wht, .despite the fact that the referee Rogelio
Plnwm and one judge Freddie Middleton had voted for
Bourne as a clear winner, the president of the Panama Boxing
Commission, Jose Rogelio (Pinky) Arias, almost created a riot
bv adding the total on each score card for each ho" ho"-Through
Through ho"-Through a coincidence, the sum total of the points for bom
Bourne and Ibarra were the same. Arias, who ,aP&wMy
knows nothing about boxing rules, honestly thought this enti entitled
tled entitled the challenger to a draw.
, it It Is my belief that 99 percent of local boxing fans know
' that a majority vote is always valid meaning the votes or
.the two judges, of the referee and on judge or a unanimous
rerdlct by both judges and the referee. The president of the
" Panama Boxing Commission did not know this.
'' When your paper emblazoned the headline "Ibarra-Bourne
- Bout No Decision" it caused me little surprise. I had expected
them to reverse the decision and proclaim Ibarra the new
'. champion despite -the severe licking he absorbed in the tag.
I was seated in the first row at ringside and must frankly
1 "admit that Bourne repeatedly fouled his oDPonent despite being
, -clearly the better boxer and harder puncher. For this he de deserved
served deserved punishment, but to change a decision that was accept

ed by the fans and boxing officials themselves on the night of
t.ha fiarht aa fair la far from the correct thine to do.

, i Your paper stated that referee Pinzon claimed that he did

not take more drastic steps against Bourne during uie Dout ior

;fear of bodllT harm" from the large crowd.

i vptnzon admitted taklnsr nolhts away from Bourne In sev

eral rounds although he did not notify the two Judges. Yefi

. Pinzon still had Bourne a winner on his card.
' -Middleton also took points away from Bourne although
riot authorized by the referee to'do so. Still Mlddleton's card
showed Bourne a clear winner..
-: The third party Involved In the decision Judge David
Amado annarentlv knows about as much about scoring a

prize fight as the president of the boxing commlslson. Amado

had Ibarra winning bv such a margin that the amount of
rjoints he totaled for the challenger caused the sum total of
the three cards to be the same.
It is obvious here that a riot would probably have taken
place at the Stadium if Amado had also, taken a few points
away from Bourne because it would have elven Ibarra a

rnsjoritji of points' ifJ 'marl Jblma- clear winner" in the eves'

or "Pinky'r Arias.;dAwitiSh! ; fact What the refeiee and one
Judge voted for the champion. :
That referee Pinzon wan derelict in his duty, la obvious.
He should resign after admitting that he was "crowd-shy." He
Is Just as guilty of Incompetence as the- prexy bf the boxing
commission,
To be fair, we must admit that commission members Rl Rl-cardo
cardo Rl-cardo A. Pardo and Dr. Adolf o Malo were the. only two who
knew the score on Mondav' hifiht ; when they were out outvoted
voted outvoted 1-1 on the "ho dectalon" fiasco.
I quote your uaper. "Ricardo A. Pardo and Dr. Alfredo Ma Malo
lo Malo felt some punishment should he meted out to Bourne, but
that the win verdict should remain."
That waa exactly what this case railed for.. The maximum
fine and suspension should have been meted out because
Bourne ha dbeen warned by the commission that they-would
: tolerate no Illegal tactics. u"
. It 'has been claimed that the commission members who
.went alone; with the president on his "no decision" verdict
Carlos Guevara and Alrfo Oarcla have defended their
- stand by citing the Puppy Oarcla-Ciro Moracen bout two
months ago in which Oarcla was awarded a split decision over
the defending champ Moracen. They claimed that the Cuban
Boxing Commission reversed the judges decision so they fell
justified in changing Sunday's verdict.
. The similarity between the two fights is slight. 'As far as
we know, the Cuban Boxing commission changed the decision
the same nlaht because of the tremendous uproar and near-

riot that was produced by the angry crowd. When the protest

continued the Cuban Boxing commuison was virtually jorcea
to reverse the decision. Despite their prompt action several
persons were injured.
' Such was not the case Sunday. The majority of the fans
were satisfied that Ibarra was a soundly -beaten challenger al although
though although he was unnecessarily fouled by a champion who fights
after the manner of Sandy Saddler.
These members claim that they took their stand because
their ar Invested with the power to take drastic steps when whenever
ever whenever necessary for "the good of the sport" In our opinion.
What they did was set back boxing in Panama 20 years. I am
certain that their decision to change a verdict 24 hours after
the Judges voted In a correct manner la unprecedented the
world over. Panama has notched up another "first" but it la
nothing to be proud of.
In case Messrs. Arias. Guevara and Garcia care to know
what the NBA Rule Book says about fouls and its punishment
they should read this:
"RULE 52 (NBA Role Book) Points Of Referee
After a contest starts the referee has power to declare a bout
no contest' and to enforce discipline and the regulation per pertaining
taining pertaining to the conduct and behavior of contestants and sec seconds.
onds. seconds. The referee may stop a contest if, in his opinion, one
of the contestants is badly outclassed or injured; or the re referee
feree referee may temporarily stop a contest and consult with the
examining physician on the advisability of stopping the con contest
test contest In case a contestant appears injured. The referee, with
or without warning, may declare a bout 'no contest.'
The referee may disqualify a contestant for fouling with
r without previous warning.
- "BULE 71 renames Far Fouling Any contestant los losing
ing losing on a foul shall be automatically suspended for a period of
thirty days, in addition to such other penalties as the com commission
mission commission may impose.

Peter Edson
In ;
Washington

WASHINGTON rw f NEA1 tf

President DwiKht D. Eisenhower

were inclined to make Harry Tru

manesque cracks which he isn't

the present Democrat-controlled

85tn congress might be nictured as

anotner .do iNotmng" session.
In its first three months' ooera

tions it has passed just 12 bills-

three in January and' February

...

mix in juarcn.

une House has been in session

44 days during this ; period, the

Senate 47. The Congressional Rec

ora nas been ruled with 4,296 pages

oi lauc mi arouna f t i a page cost'

ing over $300,000 just to print.

nearly 2,000 mils nave been ia-

troduced in the Senate and over

7,000 in the House. Nothing is sure

to happen to 98 per cent of them

It would be f wrong to give the

impression that nothing else had

been done by the 85tn congress
thus iKC' :t ''ff:";';5.

Look at all the' headlines the

McClellan rackets probe has made

Appropriation subcommittees in

the House nave also been busy as

bees with budget heanngss. 1

In the first three months the

House completed action on four

appropriation bills tor next year.

on which, cuts of 685 million dol

lars were made. These are of

course subject to later Senate an

nroval and upward corrections by

deficiency appropriations early

next .year.

BUT SINCE "economy" is the

watchword of thia Congress, it's

well to review how the boys have

done ao lar.

Biggest cut has been in, the 5.9

billion dollar Independent Offices

appropriation bill to run a? big

government departments ; not of

Cabinet rank. It was hacked 538

million. f

The 3.9 billion dollar Treasury

Post Office bill was cut 81 million

The 515 -million Interior appro appropriation
priation appropriation was cut 61 million. A
small, 21 million general govern

ment expense bin was cut a mu-

lion.

The budget total for these 4 bills
waa 10.4 billion. This was cut in
the House by 6 2-3 per cent. If
this same rate of economizing

were anohed to the whole 71.8 bU

lion budget, indicated savings

would be 4.7 billion.

In the eyes of many critics of

the administration, if Congress

can do just this or maybe k little

better it will be dou.2 enough

for the year to call its record

good." (f f-'
But on the legislative side, only
of tha 12 measures passed so

far have any importance. And they

will cost more tnan nas oeen ssv-

eaiW.V long tm, r. t i

MOST IMPORTANT f all was

the Eisenhower, Doctrine resolu

tion.- authorizing econimc and mil

itary cooperation with the Middle
East. It may cost aa estimated 400
million dollars in the next two

years.

In the Spring Before Elections, Thoughts

Lightly Turn

r ws vjLignTiy i,urn;, .n-r-v t
'

M. ,it ,vf,

,liU.NEA Service, Inc.

American Food
By BOB MARK

I was a touched startled not so

"No contestant shall commit a deliberate foul. In addi addition
tion addition to any penalty which may be imposed for so doing, the
parse for such contestant committing a deliberate foul shall,
when ordered by the commission, be forfeited and paid over
to the Commission for disposition.
' "If a bout Is stopped because of accidental fouling the re referee
feree referee ahall determine whether the boxer who has been fouled
ran continue or not, and if his chances have not been serious serious-r
r serious-r jcpardized as a result of the foul may order the bout con con-i
i con-i rued after a reasonable interval set by the referee, who shall
mo instruct the timekeeper.
"In the instructions on how to score a fight, it Is clearly
at a ted that the referee must deduct for fouls immediately after
rsch round and shall notify the other judges also. He must
f o make it known to the public by way of the public address
f j svem." .

Bextag ran

Then the Small Business Admin

istration waa given an 80-million-dollar
increase in lending authori

ty. That makes the total amount

it can put out to small borrowers

Z30 muuon.

Third." the Federal National

Mortgage Assn. always called

Fanny May --was given a ouv-mu-

lion-dollar increase in borrowing

authority. This will permit it to
continue buying up mortgages till

June 30. President Eisenhower

had asked for a billion-dollar in

crease to ease the tight money si situation
tuation situation in the housing market

SMALL BUSINfSS loans and

Fanny May mortgages win of
course be paid back to the Trea Treasury,
sury, Treasury, eventually. But it costs mon money
ey money to operate these agencies. And

their programs are expanaea

faster than other economies are

made, there a no saving.

Other legislation passed by Con Con-areaa
areaa Con-areaa thia vear has been picayun-

uh routine. Inauguration Day was

made a holiday in wauungron,

Several commissions were given

more time to file reports: two re resents
sents resents were named for Smlthson

laa Institution.

Republican political leaders 'of

. r .a

course say this smau record oi
the Democrat-controlled Congress
i. rielihefaU foot-dragging o Der

ation to make the Eiaennower ad

ministration look bad.

The Democratic reply to this is

that there is bo inspiration, so
leadership and no drive for the ad administration
ministration administration program. Also, that
many Republicans are Just as un untold
told untold on it ss the Democrats.
Whichever view is correct, there

is increasing opinion inai Uie
administrstioa school aid, drought
relief, civil rights, presidential sue

cession ana otner proposal are

daily becoming cum, cummer, cum-

nest. v'

long .ago to read a piece by Paul
Gaflico in Esquire coming but
strong for American grub, especial

ly American grub as produced in

the College Inn In Houston. Tex.

We would not have expected this

from Gallico, one of the true inter

national boulevardiers of our time

a man who can walk the streets

of London or New York in a beret
and an opera cape, while wearing

full beard and carrying a, fenc

ing foil, without exciting undue

comment. V

Gallico. "i since we have known

him, was noted more as a caviar-and-blini
man who might spend
an hour locating the right apple

to-- smear the Camembert on. we
applaud Galileo's perspicacity, be

cause he's dead right.

I am not what you would call
boulevardier, have no opera cape,
and the only fencing I ever did
was to jump over one once, a fair fairish
ish fairish foot ahead of a Jeraey bull.
But I have inhabited a lot of
weird real estate and some exces

sive wastes of water in my time.

and when the taste buds start to
throb, it ain't exotic grub .that
kicks off the drool. -;V v

During the war. at sea I used

to have the aame culinary dream,

and it had nothing to do with plov

er's eggs, vintage enampage, or
French sauces. J

I dreamed of double- dipped cho

colate malted milkshakes, cold
KaP 4MAtr-jliat Vat )lV1ai SWklr A4

UCUi uubaiu"vi ,uia vwmvu
hamburgers, fried chicken and

corn on the cob. ..

It made no difference if we got

ashore in Casablanca and were
promptly ear-deep in Persian me

lons and snaus my norm varo-

tuce, peanut butter and jelly sand-

Una soul cried out for a bacon, let-hvolent chaperonage of seaweed

wich.

As a background, I may' men

tion that I have eaten sea-urchins,
raw fish in Japan., all the curries.

fried grubworins (very tasty), ele elephant
phant elephant hearjt, ancient eggs, quail

witn the beads on. shark's fm souo.

palm salad, buffalo tongue, live

shrimp, and most of the classic

dishes of most of the countries

, But the roast beef of old Ena-

land hasn't a patch on the roast

beef of old New York, and I have
never been in a French restaurant

in France that could ton Owen

Brennan's yieux Carre i$ New Or
leana. v--.,'; ,v -(. ....... ,.r ';, i

There Is no use areuine: it is im

possible to buy a really good rare,
steak-'outside the continental Unit

ed States, because even if the for

eigners get hold of a decent niece

of jneat, they don't bang it right
or else smother itsiaste in. sauce.

The Chinese food is better in the

House of Chan in New York than
in Hong Kong, and I don't mean

just cnop suey or chow mein

I will match" any of a hundred

Italian restaurants in New York a

gainst the five best in Rome, and

for a conglomeration of fine foods
of all nationalities, I will pit San

Francisco against the entire world.

For my dough the Germans can't

cook any better than the English,
but you'll do better in Cincinnati-

if you fancy German dishes than
you will in Berlin
Up to now. iffcludine suckling

pigs roasted underground in pan-

nanus leaves. 1 have not encount

ered any subterranean cooking that

can snaxe a condiment at a plain
New England shore dinner i which
the clams, lobsters, fresh corn
and chicken all get sort of mixed
up in their own Juices under the bs-

.1 nnva A&tAn lffiM-n' M..f..

Australian oysters, European oy oysters,
sters, oysters, and Oriental oysters, and
none has yet touched the old-fash-

ionea Carolina outdoor oyster-roast,
where the critters are steamed in
kelp and flipped by a small colored

poy into a souo-olate of boiline hut.

Nobody in the world really under understands
stands understands ice cream but us. and our

average canned soun is better than

something a Frenchman spends a
week brewing on. the back ot the
stove; !..;.

But It is only fair to sav that gen

erally speaking, America also serv serves
es serves the worst food in the world In

the average restaurant, the aver

age roadside- joint. i tt i

in Texas thev frv atealr.. and nn.

body who would fry a steak would

. . .... i..' -

In California they! beat you- to

death with abalones. and the only

way to use this rubberized shell shellfish
fish shellfish is to boil it six days alongside

rues, ana men ear. me tock.
The average Southern restaurant

cooks everything in grease and

guarantees ptomaine Jto go with

tne acute indigestion.
The ordinary New England boll

ed dinner and fish chowder is pig
food, and I note that even the hun hungry
gry hungry Pilgrims used cod for fertiliz

er.- -v
You can have all cafeterias, eve

rywhere. When traveling, the safe
thing is to watch where the trucks
stop, and the pie will be fresh,- the
coffee sound, and the hamburgers

and flapjacks edible. And when 'in
doubt, there is always the hot dog.
It is difficult to abuse a hot dog,
and up to now no foreign oeoole ev-

A 1 !i ,..jT 7 i

er masierea 11 including me iter-

mans, from whom it came.

3dahy17as!:i;:gio;:
jte&Y-o-te;:D

y otiw riAHON

WASHINGTON GOP congres

sional leaders assured president

Eisenhower the other day they

nad not conspired with Southern

uixiecrats to lbock approval of

civil rights legislation. -However,
deal or no deal, GOP

aioo uuormeq ixe that ci-

vu riEOta was a rlpjifi nirn...

least in this session of Congress.
t"I am" confident the House will
pass the bill, just as we did in

tne last session." 'rcnnrtoH

Speaker Joe Martin of Massachu Massachusetts.
setts. Massachusetts. "The Rules Committee will

report out atter -we return from

we j&asier recess."

Assistant leader Charlia Haiiafr

ana uur, itep. lO Al en '.of Illi,

nois supported Martin. AHph hn

uji jvcpuuutan on the Kulcs

group, said tne committee would
vote 8-4 to send the civil rights
bill to the full House for. action

However. Senate GOP

William Khowland ; rennrtPH ; h,t

ue renousiy uouoted c the Senate

wuuia act auring the current ses
sion. j

When ike rpn nrl thsr h. u.a

In.:- ., Zr '. ."

nopea ior lavorable action by

oom nouses in this session, : not

me next one' the big C.a ifnrnian

replied: t ,' ;

"Well. I'll continue in rl mv

best. Mr.- President, hut T will

have to tell you frankly that the

oaos are against us. it is getting

ww iaie now witn au tnese aooro.

piiauon oius coming up ior con

sideration on the floor. I had an
understanding with the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic leadership that the civil rights
measure would be. rennr'.-ri hv

the Senate Judiciary Committee
by March 5, but it didn't come

out of committee.''

NOTE KnowlanrJ didn't tall

the whole story. It is trtfs ti'at

senate Judiciary Chairman East Eastland
land Eastland of Missiasipol: alena with

ether Southern Oamocrats, has
blocked action. But Knewland
his OOP lieutenants have done
little ts break their roadblock.
They Promised tha Praaidanr

they would do ao,( back In Jan January,
uary, January, but they didn't. u.

Republicans on the Judiciary

vumnunee are: wuey, wis., Jen Jen-ner.'Ind..
ner.'Ind.. Jen-ner.'Ind.. Watkins. Utah. Dirksen.

Til t..,l- J T, ,T L. IT..

suuci, mix., fliuSKB, ev..

and Langef N.D., who is s 1 c k.
Working with Democrats Henninsa.

mo., weeiy, ;W.va.r and O'Maho-

ney. Wyo they have a working
majority on the committee, but
they haven't worked, j j j s c '..;

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I BLOODY WORD BATTLE
With verbal thunder that echo

ed through the Senate chamber,
Senators John Pastore (D-B. I.)

and Wayne Morse (D-Ore.) recent

ly warned of the risks of war in

the Middle-East.-- ...'

Both came out asainst nillina

American blood on foreign sands.
Frequently and solemnly they re-

rerrea to "American blood."
Democratic Senators listened ap

provingly to the colloquy,- then
commented among themselves as

to who had delivered the more

forceful arguments. v X

"It was a bloody contest," sum

med up Colorado's Sen. John Car Carroll.
roll. Carroll. 'Butv I ; think Eastore out-

bled him."-- f-..--, r- v-.
- ;:-:'-?s.ii'.-ivv,1-'-,',;',i.A
THi TURKfY LOBBY

; With Congress on the verge of
enacting a program of compulso

ry federal inspection of poultry

for the first time in this nation's

history, the National Turkey Fed

eration of Mount Morris, Illinois,
has started lobbying to make sure
the new law isn't too strict,

M. C. Small, secretary treasur

er of the Turkey Federation, has
and processors in Minnesota, urp.

ing them to bring pressure a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D-

iUlUU.y. -...-,,. ..

He has introduced a bin whirh

would require Federal kisre.tnra

iu ooserve uie physical condition
of chickens and turkeys before
they are killed, see if th;y show
symptoms of virus diseases like
deadly parrot fever which cannot

oe aeieciea alter death.
Small wants Humphrey's bill

uueaiea, wants support for the
more lenient bills of Sens. George
Aiken (B-Vt) shd Herman T-l-madge
(D-Ga.l. Th ri r,t

quire inspection prior to slaughter.
,n.Tf J"114 r very similar
and embody our poultry Industry
'rg'zauon' recommendaUona.''
noted Small

to

serve the purpose. Just tell Jiira
you do not like his Bill li28, as
it will do great harm to Minneso Minnesota
ta Minnesota turkey industry and will in increase
crease increase the cost of turkey to con consumers.
sumers. consumers.
."Humphrey will answer you, try.
ing -to justify his bill. It Is impor important
tant important that you write back, stating
you do not like his explantion and
still think his bill is harmxul."
, HEAVY MAIL-HOT' WORDS
The headlines have been' full rit

Postmaster General Arthur Sum-

merueia s puonc row with Con Congress
gress Congress over his threat to stop tha

mails on Saturdays.-

But neither the headlines m.r

the news columns 'have told how

an evtu hotter eruption occurred

between chairman Clarence Ca.i-

non oi Missouri and Summer-field

eonind the closed doors of tha

House Aoorooriationa Comm-ttoo.

The debate was hot that Part

of it was finally stricken from the
record.: v'rivvv 1; -pt-.f -j- ...

Cannon and Other Democrats

wanted to know' why Summerlieid
had spent $624.306,0U0 in the first

quarter -of the current year, $547, $547,-6U.000
6U.000 $547,-6U.000 in the second,, $493,766,000
m the third, leaving ? $454,00,000
for the fourth Quarter, or $47,000.

00 less than Sum merfieM rnn.

tenda he needa to finish out the

yeari;;UVi'T$ -H ,'.! -xU i

' "w or do in

" VI ajm aaar IQ
Office Building, Washington, D.C.
ver rt wire or fetter wili
: - ..

"Either yu have spsnf fee
much in the first quarter with without
out without regard for ths rest of ths
year, er you were wrong in tali-"
ing ua how much ysu needed in
ths first place," Cannon told ths
Psstmaater Csnsrsl. "In sihar
case, you ars a poor manager."
fic.Yt.Virivj''r-?,':&,-i.-.i
' "I take tremendous pride in my
recoru," t shot ck Summerf ieiu.
"I don't think any administration
in history has given the people a
ebtter mail service for their mon money.
ey. money. The extra spending in the first
quarter ? Included ; capital invest investments
ments investments to improve the mail serv service."
ice." service." .
"We gave you $6.00.000 mora

than you requested when vou tp.

titled last year on this y e a r's
budget," said Democrat Vaughan
ary of Virginia. "If we- now eiva

you this extra $47,000,000, it will

oe j.ooo.u more than you told
Congress you needed. You obvious.

ly spent more than you should
have in the first two quarters."
"The anti-deficiency act, which
requires government- departments
and agencies not to exceed their
budgets, was passed for the verv

purpose to keep them trom doing

what you have tione." interDo.ed

Missouri's caustic Cannon..

"I resent these implications.'

replied ,lummeilic!i!. -i did no

thing 'wrong, excert t .: us un

derestimating the treat prosperi

ty of the Eisenhower Administra Administration,
tion, Administration, which has increased the
mails and placed heavier burden
on my department.
' STRIKE THE RECORD
'Don't get me wrong, explain explained
ed explained Cannon.. "I think' you are a tine
gentleman, but this anti-deficiency. -law
is important to the business businesslike
like businesslike operation of the government.
We cannot tolerate violations by
anyone.", : ;"
"Again I ssy that you are be being
ing being unfair and reflecting on n.a
personally," angrily asserted bum bum-merfield.
merfield. bum-merfield. "My remarks jvere addressed to
all government agencies,' said
Cannon. "When I say 'You' '. I
mean all of them not just Vou

personally," 'v;'

At this point the ordinarily mild-

tempered Rep. Canfield oi New
Jersey jumped to his feet and hit
the committee4 table -a sharp blow

with his fist.'. '.

The -chairman has gone too
far' he declared, with a f i e r y
look at Cannon. "I am tired of lis listening
tening listening to your abuse of the Post Postmaster
master Postmaster General. You have been
most unfair. It is little short of an
outrage to treat a Cabinet officer
in thia fsshion."
. "I ask that the gentleman's re remarks
marks remarks about me be stricken fro n

the record," broke in Cannon in

an ever voice, trying to. control
his own temper.
"I object," shouted CanfieU.
"Leave them in the record."
- "In that case, I formally move

they be stricken from the tee tee-ord"
ord" tee-ord" came back Cannon. "Let s
put it to a vote."-

Ia a straight-party vote. wi t h

Democrats outnumbering the Re Republicans,
publicans, Republicans, the Canfield critic urn
was deleted, r .,

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Canal Zona Commandery No. 1, K. T. will attend
Easter Service at tha Cathedral of St. Luke in An An-con.
con. An-con. Canal Zona. All Sir Knights ara urgently re requested
quested requested to be at tha Ancon Masonic Temple by
8:00 sm. Easter morning to proceed to tha Church
at 8:30. Uniform, without sword. "
K0YT. HIGH;
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StdgeFtole Jn 'King And I'
N 6 Help In Movie-Brynner

HOLLYWOOD (NEA)

Now

" 'xl.i rii... hum Wn handed

" out, Best Actor 1 winner Yul Bryn Bryn-ner
ner Bryn-ner gve- me a surprising confes confes-'
' confes-' iion. t
"It would hav btn' eWr fr
me to do the film, "Tho King
s ', and V Jio xonfidod, 1 had
- not playad the cam rolt fr
' J,500 porformaneei n tho
, ataQ'.'"
Ttc ciimrisins Itecausn almost

" everyone figured .Yul knew the
role better than anyone la evtr
i Vnnum n rnle.1 Whv. after four

- yean of. shaving his head every

' day, ne- proDaDiy ; couiu even
Tthat in the dark while Jiandcuff-
,ed, ii f, i
t1 r"That'i what my friends thought,
tnr. "h imiehed. "But when you

nln v nn role that long on the stage

you pick up habits -w, habits you,

' t can't; sossioiv use lur ; ""-

camera-. Not s physical habits, but
r hohit. Af annroachine ; dif

ferent emotions, ana different lines

' Th mnvl. believe me. was

the greatest acting, challenge I've
; mver had. It was a constant bat

tle overcoming habits .o 1,500 per

formances.., -H;.'

i i th5 c B FILMS. 'Trtie- King

" 1 I VThel Ten Command-

miis, t and ,TAnasiasia, r mjo
on'y movie star, who has to worry
' about 5 O'clock shadow on his head

.' has bcom Hquywooa t new, jar,
K Box "Office., Ir.v, :.;f i 7 s

. ; And thaf, by the way, Is tho only

7 (rn iW his fca'd dome mar sun
, ut him into a smile. It has boon
. 'credited to aetreae Wirsinla. t il-
more, his wlfo of 14 years.. The
' other gags have become so corny
he almost resents thom n-4ike be being
ing being Hollywood's f Hairles Wond,
j i've heard many people say that
VBrynner; ex-circus trapeze flyer,
' night club, singer and TViproduc TViproduc-er
er TViproduc-er director, actor, could, have
.been nominated,, too, for the best.
" "acting performance df the year in
"The Ten Commandments',,,, ?
' er "I was most satisfied,'!-,he said,
v "hist to bo nominated. .; Those
' thre pictures were, three differ different
ent different worlds as far. apart as any
could be. There wore, three styles
of acting, too." . i'. V -r :

Just back from South America
and a cood-will junket to a film

festival there, Brynner now faces

18 months of uninterruptea mm

makini! two MGM films4 "The

Journev' and "The Brothers

Karamazov." .and ',The, Buces
neer" for pramount,;.,,,y" r,':'

" no.. HE DOESN'T know wheth

er Marilyn Monroe will be his lead

ing lady in ine Hrotners, ; ; me
picture idea Miss Wiggle Hips oft oft-n
n oft-n ha wieeled into her press in-

torviRws: i She's been asked he

hears, "but I don't thmk even

MGM Knows, wnat ner. answer wuj

be" ..

Yul's Hollywood Companions on

the South American Junket 'are

still laughing about, his comment

to 2,000 fans who greeted the plane
at a short midnight Stop in' Lima

Peru. Yul, is he only star on the
plane who was not a rieep,' stepped
out, took a bow and started sign

ing autograph beoks.;e V;';

WHEN HE vEXPLmlNED that

all the other stars-were asleep,

sntnenna with a wicked sense oi

humor asked him ''Are they

snoring?" '. .! '. .!

I With a twinkle in his eye and

mock horror on his 'face, yut re

plied: r

"Now you know that movje stars

never snore!" ? r"-v.
-..j -..: -..v. fist'i-M
Hla biaoott surprise In movie.

happy South America wa,s "they

knew oil about me .even wunn
none of my films he -played the
yet." -,r t --.vi

Baldv. Yul -ops. Yul .Brynner

can't say the same, though, la-

bout U.S. moviegoers, I guess al almost
most almost everyone knows by now that
he was born on Sakhalin, an island
off Japan, the son of a Mongolian
father and a Romany gypsy moth

er,- etc w;

' However, some people still write

me letters., asking if he's, really

bald. vj-..:'.-i;.j H;u
Well, he Isn't. I saw him one
riav iimt before a date with a razor.

His head -looked just like one of

those peaches they .snave in iv
commercials fuzzy all over. ;

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Smart Gal Claims.
Diamond In Rough
CHARLESTON, 'S.C. (UP)-Mrs.
Annie Lee Small, pretty wife of a
traveling salesman, told an an antique
tique antique shopkeeper here. "This looks

like a real, diamond how much?"

The proprietor of one of this
port city's many antique shops
looked over the tarnished ring she
had chosen from his display of old
jewelry and said with a laugh
"Sure, it's a diamond. For you,
five bucks. You always get a dia diamond
mond diamond that size for $5, but all
sal.es are final,"
Mrs. Small took her purchase to
two appraisers who agreed the
stone was a 72-point, blue white
diamond worth $750. ..

Edgar s Budget Criticism
Normal; Ike Tells Newsmen

WASHINGTON, April 18 (UP)
President Eisenhower brushed off
as : old stuff today his' brother
Edear's attack on the chief execu

tive's record peacetime budget.
"Edgar," be said with a smile,
"has been criticizing me since I

was five years old."
This was all the president had
to say at his news conference
about Edgar's comment that the

$71,800,000,000 budget .was "too

big and not. m keeping with Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's campaign promises,
But some members of Congress

seized upon the brotherly dis

agreement as ammuition in their
budget-cutting' drive. "
Another brother t Earl.- De Defended
fended Defended Edgar's right to criticize
the1 budget. The other Eisenhower

boys Arthur 'and Milton have

kept silent thus far.

Dwight and Edgar, who is two
years older than the President,
are said to have tangled frequent frequently
ly frequently during their boyhood in Kansas.

The President's news conference
manner appeared to bear this out.
A question about Edgar's re remarks
marks remarks was the first' one fired ; at
him. With an air of resignation,
he answered, ; with i the eommnet,
about his big brother's long-standing
tendency to, criticize him.
Reporters roared, with laughter
and Eisenhower responded by a
broad grin and a little chuckle of
his own. That ended the matter
as far as 4he -news' -conference
was concerned.' ' 1 1
i iff iv, ).
But it far from ended the budg budget
et budget controversy And Dwight and
Edgar may have had more to say
about their differences at a White
House dinoerttoaighiUy,:'-',''':'
Edgar, a Tacomat Wash., lawyer,
talked with reporters -in his hotel
suita, last night; He told them he
couldn't understand what persuad

ed Dwight to go for that;, big

"His champaign promises and

life

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speeches- were for -decreased gov government
ernment government spending," Edgar ? said,
"I'd like to discover what influ influences
ences influences are at work."
In Congress, acting Senate Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield
(Mont) commented that "I knew
the honeymoon was breaking v up
but I didn't know a family quar quarrel
rel quarrel was building' up." ;
Rep, Albert P. Morano (R-Conn)
said the House apparently "agrees
with .Edgar,, because it has, cut
well over one billion dollars from
the budget requests already." ?
"I guess. he (Edgar) just could couldn't
n't couldn't take it any longer," said Rep.
Clare E. Hoffman (R-Mich). "Mik "Mik-ton's
ton's "Mik-ton's theories just won't work.
Edgar spoke sound common
sense."- ,, ,f ..'
Rep. Ralph W. Gwinn' (R-NY)
said "our k fantastic government
has, as, Edgar indicates, become
utterly ridiculous.?'
- Edgar denied published reports
that he thought Milton Eisenhower
had a hand in promoting a liberal
budeet. Milton, president of Johns
Hopkins University, ',; as been a
frequent presidential adviser.
In La Granee. 111.- Earl Eisen

hower said "Edgar has a right to'

say what he pleases" although "I
won't say that 1 aeree with him."
Both Earl and Edgar voiced op opposition
position opposition to federal aid to education

which the President has proposed'

to Congress.

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KCaVSrC eft o right Juan de MrTjuan de fro GjUmd
,Si ? ffi S SSfflw. Mtatater of Government and Justice. Mrs. de la Guardia, the President,
Mrs. Aqullino Boyd, and Foreign Minister Aqullino Boyd.

ABOC 8AAD SHRINEKS AND WtVES PLAN
WEEKEND TRIP TO PUERTO RICO MAY 9

Kre or nlanninr their

fourth piljrtoane to Puerto Rico to install additional mem mem-'
' mem-' TentatUf T plans are to leate here the evening of May.
f br chartered plane and return May 12.
The ceremonial staff and their wives have m Ap Approximately
proximately Approximately 20 seats, but Walter Reif. Potentate of the Tem Temple,
ple, Temple, states that there is room for 28 more Shriners and their
todtea? Reservations will be taken on a first-c om. first first-'
' first-' rved baS at Box 3668, Balboa. The round-trip flieht in in-cluainr
cluainr in-cluainr wwm at Condado Beach Hotel for the three days
' and the ceremonial banquet is 8110.00.

Sir William Roots .B,t,
Arrives From Costs Ries
Sir, William Roptes C.B.E. chair chairman
man chairman of the British Dollar Exports
Council and c b a i r m a n of the
Roatts -Group will arrive this eve evening
ning evening from Costa Rica for a br-f
visit' in Panama.
Mr. And Mrs. D. Mstkay

: Welcome Third Son
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan D. Mackay
f Bella Vista are the proud par parents,
ents, parents, of a third son Donald ,, Wll-
Jinm bom yesterdiiy Jt, Sal-rer-nando
Clinic, itV $ f 4
Mr., end Mrs. Gibson,' v..-. -1
Announco Birth
Of First Dauohter

- Mr: and Mrs. JNOei ti. uiuson canuiea.
Jrfof Ft. Gulick announce the Guests who attended were Mes-

hirth of their first daugnter, tounn aames u. a, .., '""
child, AprU16 at Coco Solo Hospi-'deng, V. J. Annicharieo, D. L
tll r Hartwell, E. C, Bush, W. J. Pe-

The baby has been named Kyle
Laraine.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Miller of Miami,
Fla.
Paternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Noel E. Gibson of Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. Llngario Showar
Given For
Virginia .Bernhardt
A lingerie shower -was given In
honor of Miss Virginia Tteinhardt
last Friday by Mrs. L. & Aihey
and Mrs. .8. Henry. Thepart.was
held at Mrs. Ashley's home, ?
. Tho table was decorated by(a
centerpiece of a crystal bowl hold holding
ing holding pick roses,' flanked by pink

candles.

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H. Bathman, Van Stienbura, Cop Cop-penhaver,
penhaver, Cop-penhaver, D. Gillano, J, Dare, D.
Studebaker, T. Jenkmsk L Knapp,
Misses S ue Knapp, Eleanor Ash
ley and Mesdames G. O. Kruse,
Lucy Weller, and Mrs. W. ttein tteinhardt.
hardt. tteinhardt. 4
Capt. And Mrs. Tryner
Hava Houseguasts
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Schulze
and their son Barry of Horsham,
Penna. arrived by plane on Mon Monday.
day. Monday. They are visiting on the
Isthmus for one week with Capt.
and Mrs. Henry G. Tryner of Mar Mar-.garita.
.garita. Mar-.garita. . y .
Miss Doris E. Seyfert of Som Som-rton.
rton. Som-rton. Penna., arrived in Cristobal

aboard the "Santa. I s a b e PV on

Wednesday to visit with tapt. ana
Mrs. Tryner also.
Miss Seyfert is the sister of
Mrs. Ernest W. Schulze. ,:.
Balboa, Womsn' Club f J
Charity Card Party i M
The Annual Charity Card 1 and

Bingo Party 'of tne tsaiDoa worn worn-an
an worn-an a Club will be held on Tuesday,
Anril 73 itartinff at 1 D.m. at the

Fort Amador Officers' Open Mess.

Among the many attractive ooor
nriM in ha OIVPT1 1W1V Will b S

trim tn Ran Ria for two. donated

by the .Tivpli Travel Agency, a

week-end at Santa uiara ior ao ao-nated
nated ao-nated by Genell Bliss, dinner fpr
two at the Bella Vista Roof of El

' lach. notice for Inclusion In this
column should b sufcmittsd in
typ-writto torm and mailod oo
lbs boa number listed daily in 'So 'So-isi
isi 'So-isi and OJhorwbt," or dolivarod -by
hs.nd to tho oftice. Notices of
mooting cannot bs accepted by
toltpnono.

Alumni '3

Postponas Meeting
All members of the Alumni '36

are reminded that the regular bi

monthly meeting scheduled for

r'ridav 19 has been postponed.

The next meeting will be held
on Friday the 26th. At the La Boca

School study hall, commencing at

7:30 p.m.

Husband Jailed

For Cutting Up
Wife's Clothes
For cutting up his wife's cloth clothes
es clothes in a fit of rage, -a Rainbow City
husband was sentenced today in
Cristobal Magistrate's Court to
spend 30 days in jail.
The defendant, George Tanner.

42, was found guilty of malicious

mischief. In addition, to the jaiJ
sentence, he was placed on one
year probation. v

The incident occurred at 4 this

morning in Tapper's quarters. He
is employed by the Maintenance

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NEW OFFICERS OF CURUNDU WOMEN'S CLUB The Annual Spring Luncheon of the Curundu Women's' Club which was
held in the Fern Room of the TivoU. Hotel, featured the installation of the Club's new Officers. Seated, from left' to right,
are Ellen. Moudy, incoming recording secretary; Mary Robertson, Incoming corresponding secretary; Marge Redding, incoming
vicepresldent; and Marge Johnston, outgoing correspondence secretary. Standing, from 1. to r. Are Maria Locke, outgoing'
recording secretary: Thelma Valentine, outgoing president; Connie Reichart,. incoming president and Elizabeth Benson, out out-going
going out-going vice president, and Nellda Bembenek, outgoing treasurer. f

Bruce Succeeds :
Conant As Amb.
To W. Germany

BONN, Germany, April 18 (UP)
New American Ambassador

David K. E. Bruce presented his
credentials today to West German
President Theodor Heuss.
Bruce drove to Badenweiler in

the Black Forest to see Heuss.

who is convalescing from bronch bronchial
ial bronchial pneumonia. The new U. S. en

voy arrived in west Uermany

last Thursday to succeed Dr,
James B. Conant, who retired.

BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE

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Panama, Dinner for two at the
Skv Chef, as well as many arti

cles donated by the merchants of

Panama. r;

Refreshments will be served dur

ing the evening and there will ne

favors for everyone attending as

well as other surprises.

Tickets are on sale at one dol

lar each and may be obtained

from any club member; or at y he

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Spring Baiaar
WIU Be Hold
At Masonic Temple i
The Fern Leaf Chapter No. O.

E.S. will sponor a Spring Bazaar

to be held April 27 from s p.m.
until 9 p.m. at the Ancon Masonic
TemDle. v 'W ;-jv:

Tickets are now on sale for the

Swiss Steak dinner to be ; served

at the Bazaar from 6 pn. until 7
p.m. The- charge will be $1.25 for
adults and 75 cents for children.
Thee will be' a handwork booth,
country store, bake booth, parcel

post booth, OES gift booth, plant

booth and ma pona. ah eastern

Stars, Masons and their friends
are cordially invited.

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AT 9:1$ Jimmy's father remem remembered
bered remembered the story a client had told

him at lunch It was a good one.
He was about to tell it to Him-

my's mother- when he suddenly
realized their nine-year-old was
still sprawled over the d i n i n g

room table, reading a comic, in
the next moment. He realized that

the voice he'd been hearing for

the Dast 10 minutes had been his

wife reminding Jimmy of bed

time; -.'"j'-'.fW
Putting down his paper, he ckll ckll-ed,
ed, ckll-ed, "Hey in there, come here a
minute.; will you?"

When' Jimmy came, his father
asked; "Don't you like your bed

time any more?" jAs be got no
answer, he said: "Yqu certainly
don't act as though you liked it.
Want it changed? Want it upped
15 minutes? How would you like
9:30 for new bedtime?"
A SLOW grin spread across
Jimmy's face. Nodding vigorously,
he said, "I'd Uke it fine. Can I
have it Pop?"
"Take it,'' his father said. .'But
if you take it, keep it. No more

of this pretending you haven ,t

heard your mother when she tells
you bedtime is coming. Is that a

deal?" r;

It was and Jimmy, after kiss

ing .his parents good night with

unusual enthusiasm, made ior uie

stairs in an eager effort to Keep
bis part of the new bargain.
Around Jimmy's age, children

may suddenly i become ,. oeaurae

problems again.
For no apparent reason, they
will abruptly, decide that they're

being cheated of the respect ; due
their advanced years. They be become
come become filled with the seething be belief
lief belief that we are belittling them
like babies. ;r iV ',
ONE of the ways they choose to
express it is by resistance to their
eustomary bedtime t- a. defiance
which is actually anxiety that we
will refuse to expand it. p. ,

The solution is always comion

for the anxiety; never battle with

the defiance. Even u we oniy ex

nand bedtima 15 minutes. it's U-

sually enough to assure the child
that we don't intend to shackle

him forever to the old one and

with this assurance gain his grate grateful
ful grateful cooperation, in place of. his re

sistance.

Part of the problem is always
our own secret resistance to a lat

er bedtime for him. We d o n't
wholeheartedly welcome his intru

sion on evening hours we've been

using for-our own adult relaxa

tion. We'd rather he'd stick to his
childish bedtimes.

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Third llogro Holds
Bid To Alf-Vhile
pinner!
RICHMOND, Vai (UP-A third
Negro whose name cropped up on
the guest list 0 f a dinner for
"distinguished Virginians" said

he will insist on attending unless
the, governor himself, withdraws
the invitation.
The Virginia Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce sponsor of the all white
dinner planned for May 17, (lis (lis-patched
patched (lis-patched a notice Monday. night
withdrawing the invitation sent by
mistake to. St. Clair Drake, Negro

professor of sociology at, RooseJ

veit university m umcago. ;
But Drake said it was his fpo fpo-sition"
sition" fpo-sition" that he was invited by the

Commonwealth of V 1 r g i n i a as

well "as. the sponsor and ihe re request
quest request to return the invitation

should come from the governor.
Thus far Gov. Thomas B. Stan

ley has avoided getting involved

m the controversy overinvrtauons
sent three Negroes whose, names
were, chosen from Who's Who,
which does not show ,tha race of
,i:tj..-'. : .-I.

The "others were- Mrs.? William
E. Stewart, of Toledo, Ohio. ; a

former president of the.:National

Assn. of colored, women, ana r.
CIUsd B. Powell, publisher of the

Amsterdam News uv New yon.,
-Powell ,said last week he
planned to attend the dinner fend
will not yield his invitation unless
Stanley asks him for ;. it, Mrs.
Stewart said she felt as Powell

did, but probably will -not try;, to

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dition tradition and began printing news on
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St. Luko' Cithodrar 1

A three-hour service will ; be

held from noon to 3 n.m. at the

Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon.

me very Kev. uainert J. re re-will
will re-will present a keries of sermons

based on the Seven Last' Words
from the- Cross stressing the "Sev "Seven
en "Seven Degrees of God's Love". ;

For those who cannot stav for'

the three hours. there will be oo-

portunities given for their coming

ana going, ine enenng aurmg tne
service will be for the work of the
Chiirch in Jerusalem and the" Ho.'

ir sMUn ; -.; v.'Jt-

In the- eveninsr at 7 the Lantien

devotion of the : Stations of the
Cross will be said in All Souls'

Lnapei at the Catnedral, with a
meditation on "John, the Beloved

Disciple." rOh -Holy Saturday

mere win oe a service of i-Holy
Communion at 8:30 a.m. and Ev Evening
ening Evening Pxayer with a meditation on

"Mary .Magdalene,nT

Easter services will benin with

Holy Communion1 at ft a.m. At 8:30
and 10:30 there will be two iden

tical services of Holy Communion
with- Dean Peterson breaching at

tne e: 90 service,' and Bishop Good Good-enpreschihg
enpreschihg Good-enpreschihg st the 10:30 service.
' The Choir Guild has nreosred

the Communion service. in E Flat

by Edward J. Eyre, "Jesu, Lamb
of God"; by. Mozart as Introit. and

"The Strife Js.Ofer" by Vuloius as

the offertory anthem .ln the after

noon at ;30, the Church School

Mite' mot presentation service will

take place, at which time the len len-ten
ten len-ten offering of the children will
be presented at; the' altar.' In the

evening at 7 o'clock. Evenlna

rrayer -wur be 'said, with a ser sermon
mon sermon by, Dean Peterson on the sub subject
ject subject "The Resurrection.!

Two faster Concerted'
k First Baptist i
The choir, soloists.' and" onanists

of the First Baptist Church of Bal-

ooa Heignu. are vresenuni two

sacred concerts during the East Easter
er Easter season, v.!-""'

In a variety concert of orean.

piano, and voice, 'a. Good Friday
musical presentation will feature,
"The Music of the Passion." The
service will begin at 7:30 Friday
evening-and will include the play playing
ing playing of three organists, -Mrs. Del Del-mas
mas Del-mas Swafford, Mrs. John Woods.

and Robert -Beqkema. The. vocal

S-

numbers wUl be presented by so-

loists, duets, trios and quartets te
include Mrs Webb Hearne, Mrs"
Spencer. Smith, Mr. Carl Serger.
Mrs.' Dorothy Chapman, Webb
Hearne,-John Nitz, Dr. Ralph A.
dams, and Russel Reid. . T
The choir has chosen for Itr an annual
nual annual Sunday evening Easter Can Can-ta,,
ta,, Can-ta,, which Begin at 7:30 the work
of J. B. Maunder, entitled ''Olivet
To Calvary. The entire choir, and
soloists will be used in the pre presentation.
sentation. presentation. The: Sunday moraine Eattor

services will be hld.at 8:30, with
Sunday School at 9:30, and the
regular .140 service. The early
service wiU, be, an abbrevitsed ;
service. Tb early service will be
service in order to make room for
the Sunday School hour when the
church hopes, to. haye. 500 in at-

' Everyone Is. tovltiM w akami' .'ii

of the services,, .'':-.
Salvation Army, Colon 1
The; Sal-'ation Arrav'a

Central Corps wiHconduct special
meetings-in connection' with the
Easter. Season. Commencing on
Good Friday at 10 a.m. special
speakers sre fisted to take part.
Subjects "Jesus and' Peter." by

bandsman Thomas Atkinson: "Je-

sus and Cs.puag'? by Mrs. Major
Moonsawmv: f'Jesus and JuH."

by Corps Sergeant Major Natha Natha-mel
mel Natha-mel Yearwood: '.-."Jesus and Ti.

late" by Sister Shoda Hendy, and

tne -crycmxion-Y oy ,uie com com-manding
manding com-manding officer, itjjor C. Moon

y4.w?v:;..

Easter Morning at 5 a.m. there

will ; be a sunrise meeting and
"Xove Feast" followed by sn op-

eo-nir meeung at r oms niver.

At 11 a.m the holiness meet-

tng will be conducted by the sec sectional
tional sectional officer Major John Sunberg,
assisted by i the eommandinx of-'

fleers. '-,

At 4 p.m. the" enrpa band win
accompany' the- Home League
members at the Amador Hospital,
when Easter eggs will be distrib

uted to Inmates. -"'

At T p.m. the salvation meeting
will be conducted by the com commanding
manding commanding officers. :i

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Sociai and Otlt

xerwide

Mickey MMrt
Is Hestest ,
Far Amtm Slnm Phi

' The candle light ceremony for
the Ritual of Jewels was held for
iWbp Ann Peterson. Mickey

Moore, and Evelyn Redmond. Aft-

r mi Hituai or Jeweis, me me-

cutive Board was hostess for

riiirinn chnai Main Dinner, ca

ir.i bv th Cristobal Yacht Club,

nd served to tell the .members
KayKlontz, presidents presided

over the" soon duhucsb 4mcciu.
.Tan Caifev. Girl .of the Y ear

Amr chairman, cave her report.

The dance will be held at the Cor
. Cnln ntKnor' flub. ''

- Th nnminatinn for the Girl of

vr sua riven bv the nomi

atin Committee. The Girl of

the Year is Kay .Klont. The Koun
Wa nav Dinner was. announced

After the meeting. Leneve Stroop

cava a talk "fcrnoymeni. Vi juu

ic.'.' r

-- The next meeting will be held
at the home of Marion Green io

Margarita April 30, at 7:30 pm
The next cultural talk will be giv
an hv Alice McGann; Kelly Wai-

Bio, white elephant chairman, .leld
the white eleDbant drawing, donat

ed by Leneve Stroop and won by

fai ctauey.
The members attending the
meeting at the home of Mickey

Moore were- fat isauey, jean toi
fey, Evelyn Redmond, Dolly Hous Hous--
- Hous-- lev. Kathleen Huffman. Kelly -Wat

nio. Marion Green, Ann Peterson.

' Leneve Stroop, Alice McGa n,

Ruth Morris, Kay Klontz, Mickey

Moore, ana Anna May ttutcner.
Girl f the Year
Dance Slated
pet- May; 4
- Canal Zone Beta Chapter of Be Beta
ta Beta Sigma1 Phi has arranged every-
thing for you to have a thrilling
evening at their annual Girl of the
Year Dance to honor their current
Girl of the Year. Kay Klontz. Bet

ty Slaughter, 1956 Girl of t h e

Year, will bestow on Kay tne
honor of being the 1957 most -out-atanding
girl in Beta Chapter at
the dance on May 4 at the Coco

Solo Officers' Club. Kay was the

ontinut

first choice of her sisters bocat'se

of her extremely fine contributions

to tne chapter in addition to her

regular duties as president.

The chairman of the dance,
Jean Coffey,- and her committee,
Allice McGann, Boots Mitchell,
Marion- Greene,, Anna Butcher.

w ueny aiaugnter,
Dons Leeser, and Ruth Morris
promise to make history in pre.
paring for-you the most '.marvel.

ious entertainment of the year.

a return eneaeement n tha

60th Army Dance Band that thrill-
ed YOU at thfc 195R rianoo An am.

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oiuous uoor show will contribute

io your successful evening which
will be gin at 9 p.m. Admission
is $1, and tickets may be obtain-

eu irom memoers or at the door.
Ladies Auxiliary. .
Bake Sale Slated X
For Saturday .

I He Ladies Auxiliary a Pnt

3876 held a bi-monthlv 'business

meeting recently with their newiv

ciecieu .. president jurs. Ida Mi

Dade in the chair.

Initiation of a new member m.

Iinda A. Nunnally was held after
which there, was a brief recess to
enable; the members to become
acquainted with the newcomer,

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Final nlans were mri fny

bake sale to .be held Saturday at
10 a.m. at the Post Hall on uth in

uiu VIisiooai ODDOSlte Tnv and

This bake sale has heen nlanneri

for the convenience of those who

want oaked goods for'Easte

Sunday, toffee and kanriuirhoe

wiu oe on sate au day Saturday,

Plans were also made tn hnft a

cocKiau nartv at th Pnat nno

may to nonor to national presi

dent of the V.F.W. Auxiliary who

win De in ranama on an official

VISll. j -,

Alter the v meeting the hostess
Una McGaughty and Ida McDadc

servea Johnnie ? Mozetti to t h e

group.

i Those who attended were Mes-

aames Ida McDade, Gladys Bom

bouned, v Helen- Fogel, Kathleen

Hupman. Betty Payne. Bettv Mi

Eleanor Blair; Anita Brownlee and

Meunaa Munnally.
CWC Planning
Annual Luncheon -'

And Fashion Shew ...

The Cristobal Woman's Club will

hold its annual luncheon and fash

ion Show April 27.

irllMeany Plans No Bargaining'

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ine AV LrViu yesterday brushed a a-side
side a-side objections of the Teamsters

Union to the forthcoming trials of

xeamster r resident Dave Beck
and the big union- itself on corrup corruption
tion corruption charges. '-
AFL vCIO President George
Meany said there will be no "ne

gotiation or bargaining" with the

minated by corrupt influenies

In addition,, it ordered 1 Beck
himself to stand trial before the
Executive Council on May 20 on
charges that he brought the labor
movement into disrepute by nis
recent behavior before the Senate

Labor Rackets Committee.

In his committee appearance,

Beck refused on grounds of pro

sible self-incrimination to answer

t.(... ..... .k j ":isiDie seu-incriminauuu iu unswer
J?! t.t he misappropriated

be followed at the 4wo hearings

The AFL-CIO Executive Council

has ordered the Teamsters to
stand trial before the t" AFL-CIO
Ethical Practices Committee on

May 1 on charges that it is conta

J.

For reservations call Mrs. A. Lo-

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or uirs. a.( wuoer 3-2925, before

April 24.

a-:

IF you want to eet the most out.

of your part scores you must va vary
ry vary your bidding methods ubstan ubstan-tially,
tially, ubstan-tially, The next few articles will
illustrate these variations.

East held 13 points and a bal

anced hand opposite his partner's
spade opening. With the 60 part:

score, he responded with merely
one no-trump instead of the two

no-trump he would have bid with

no. score.'

These are correct tactics. You
will miss an occasional slam with

this bid, but just look what East

picked up this time.

South happened to be a ffalfant

defender, As he did not like the
idea of letting East make game
at one no-trump, he out his neck

iu me wriuuer wiw a two Qia

mond bid.

West passed. He' felt East

would know what to do and East

did. He doubled.

West opened the ten of dia

monds. It is usually good prac

tice to lead trumps any time your

partner has doubled a low contract

while sitting in front of declarer,

South won the trick and led the

nine of clubs. This fell to East's
jack. East led a second trump

and South won that trick also. An An-othe.
othe. An-othe. club lead put East in again.

He took his two high trumps and
led the jack of spades. This took

care of souttrs king ana au he
could save from the wreckage was

He wits down : '900,' while East

and West still had their part

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NEW DELHI, April- is (UP (UP-Prime
Prime (UP-Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru

today appointed his controversial

"roving peacemaker" V. K. Krish

na Menon minister of defense in

a reshuffled Indian cabinet.

The action came as a surprise
to most quarters here. Krishna

Menon s opponents saw it as ful

fillment of their demands for his

removal from a position where he

could interfere in foreign affairs,
His supporters, on the other hand.

insisted he would continue in an

advisory capacity on foreign af

fairs because of Nehru's "implicit

faith in him."
The new cabinet, formed as a

result of the recent national parli

amentary elections won by Neh Nehru's
ru's Nehru's Congress party, was an announced
nounced announced by President Rajendra
Prasad.
Nehru retained the portfolio as
foreign minister in addition to the
premiership.
Besides Krishna Menon's ap

pointment, the only other major

change in the cabinet was the
drooDina of Rai. Kumarl Amrit

Kaur, the only woman minister,

as health minister.

Krishna Menon. who was a mln

Ister without portfolio in the previ

ous cabinet, succeeded ur, lianas

Nath Katju in the Defense Win
lstrv. '..-

Nehru's long-time international

trouble-shooter, .Krishna Menon
has been the target of attack both

at home and abroad. The 60

year-old diplomat has been criti criticized
cized criticized in the West as the man who

defined neutrality as one of hos hostility
tility hostility to the West ;

He came under heavy fire at

home last year for withholding

India S support from United Na Nations
tions Nations resolutions condemning So Soviet
viet Soviet armed Intervention in Hun

gary. - i
Nehru's 1 brother" n law.-' Rsla

Hutheesingh accused Krishna
Menon of "pro-Communist" lean leanings
ings leanings and urged his removal from

the field of foreign affairs.

$320,000 of Teamster funds. The

Council promptly suspended him

as an Ar L-ClO otticiai.

At a meeting In Galveston.'Tex.,

Tuesday, the Teamsters ,execo ,execo-tive
tive ,execo-tive board said it would not at attend
tend attend any AFL-CIO hearing until
it was assured of fair, procedures
for both Beck -and the union.
The board set up a five-member
group to negotiate witb na national
tional national AFL-CIO officials about the
trial procedures.
But Meany made it clear that
the AFL-CIO wants no part of any
such bargaining. He noted that,
among other things, the Teamster

board demanded that uecK oe al allowed
lowed allowed to face his accusers,
"The only accuser of Mr. Beck
will be Mr.' Beck, his own testi testimony,
mony, testimony, his lack of testimony, and
the record," Meany said.
Meanv also rejected the argu

ment of the Teamsters aboard that

the council had no right to sus-

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THURSDAY, APRIL M. 10
:x-Yankees Masquerading As A'sTalieOm First Place In AL

Burnette Pitches Shutout
belief Ball To Stop Tigers

By FRED DOWN

--NEW YORK, April 18 (UP) Those ex-Yan-'
kees masquerading as the Kansas City Athletics oc oc-cupy
cupy oc-cupy first, place in the American League, today and
Xthey'ye done their old teammates a big favor, to
i boot, by getting the Detroit Tigers of f to a poor
start

X The Athletics made it two tin

r row overt the Tieers. ar-4 in the

only Major League game played

yesteraay ana ior me secuu
"straight day an ex-Yankee did
v the-honors. Tom Morgan stooped
theTigera on four hits in Tues Tuesday's
day's Tuesday's opener and ex-Yank farm-
hand Wally Burnette turned in
; 5 I'i scoreless relief innings yes yes-1
1 yes-1 terday to pick up the victory.
It! can be argued that they
' ; wnI Just two games plaved in
Aprjl and it will be forgotten by
' Memorial Day. But. neverthe neverthe-:'
:' neverthe-:' less, they are significant for at

E;je t -two reasons:
3Ii They bear out Kansas City i
;"5hanaer Lou Boudreau's conten contention,
tion, contention, that the 12 ex-Yankees on
his poster have made his Athle- j
tics formidable team which 's
almost certain to quit the AL.
cellar.

k v.; Z, And, thev've served to put
the "st.onper" oh rook'e msn msn-;
; msn-; V ager Jack Tiehe'.s No. 1 spring
.; project gettinr the Tiger- off
to a fast start. Poor Tithe
must be worHerln today whit
rolng to baopn when he
- runs p against the "real Yan Yan-,
, Yan-, ; keen."
- Bob Cerv. still another ex ex-Yankee,
Yankee, ex-Yankee, started the Athletics'
tyipnin? fourth inning rally when
toe blasted a trlDle and he scored
the game's decisive run on Joe
,JMaestrl's single. Burnette,
'"ivho took over the mound In the
'Jop of the fourth when the Ti Timers
mers Timers tied the score at 4-4, went

:lhe rest of the way allowing wi

ly two hits.
' Rav Boone doubled home three

runs for the Tigers in the first

inning and scored their fourth
ruo on Duke Maas' single in the
.fourth while Hector Lopez and
Ilarry Simpson homered for the
ILthletlcs. The Athletics, inciden inciden-ally,
ally, inciden-ally, also opened the 1956 sea-
Jon with two wins over the -Tiers,
i c
, Rain washed out the other two

icheduled sames St. Louis at

Cincinnati and New York: at
Pittsburgh but thereTTb more
"opening day fanfare"- t
t ha seven "secondary openers.'

These find New York at Boston,

The world champion Yankees,
who beat the Senators m their
opener, are sending J o h nny

Kucks against tall -Frank Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan in Boston's chummy Fenway
Park. Kucks won 18 games for
the Yankees last season and also
beat the Dodgers in the seventh
game of the World Series while

Sullivan had a 14-7 won-and-lost

record in 1956.
The Athletics are pitching
Alex Kellner (7-4) against the
White Sox' Jack Harshman

(15-11); the Indians and TJgers
are matching a pair of 20 20-game
game 20-game winners In Bob Lemon
and Billy Hoeft; and the Ori Orioles
oles Orioles have Ray Moore (12-7)
facing Ted Abernathy (1-3).
Sal Maglie (13-5) makes his

1957 debut for the N.L. cham champion
pion champion Dodgers against either Luis

Arroyo (3-3 or Ron Kline (14 (14-18);
18); (14-18); the Phillies have southpaw
Curt Simmons (15-10) meeting
the Giants' Ruben Gomez (7-17);
t's Hal Jeffcoat (8-2 for the Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs against Lew Burdette (19 (19-10)
10) (19-10) for the Braves; and bonus
baby Moe Drabowskv has drawn

the Cubs' night assignment a

gainst Murrv Dickson (13-11) of

the Cardinals.

Pacific Softball
League
By HENRY CLARK.
Second Half Standings
W L Pet.

Lou Glud Agency 9 4 .692

Hq. and Hq. 20th.
Infantry 6 4 .600

C. N. Pan Liquido 7 6 .538
Baltz Brewers 5 5 .500

Tasco Batteries 1 9 .083

"BIG SIX HITTERS"

Of '58Pan-Ameri can Games

ss of April
E. McArthur (LGA)
D. Lacy (LGA)
J. Wesolek (Hq.aHq.)

A. Husted (LGA)

K. Grated (Hq.aHq.)

J. Malene (LGA)

Monday's Result

Tt ansae eitv at Chicago. Cleve

land at Detroit and Baltimore at
Washington (night) in the AI
.Jand Pittsburgh at Brooklyn,
Philadelphia at New York, Cin
'qtanatt at Milwaukee and Chica Chicago,;
go,; Chicago,; at St. Louis (night) in the

Cubs, Giants
Happy About

4 Player Swap

CHICAGO (UP) The Chicago
Cubs had southpaw hurler Dick

Littlefield and outfielder Bob Len-

non in the fold today and the New

York Giants had ex-Cubs Ray
Katt and Ray Jablonski. Every Everybody
body Everybody seemed happy about the

swap.
'JKatt and Jablonski were ex ex-fcendable
fcendable ex-fcendable so far as we were con-

eerned.5 Cub manager Bob Schef-

fing explained. ;,:;'; .;r-
r Giant-manager Bill Rigney said

he, too, was satisfied with the

trade.
"We are getting experience be

hind the plate (Katt) and a good

right handed pinch, hitter," Rig

ney said.

ine limeugnt was locused on

Monday's game in the Pacific

Softball League second half be-

tween Lou Glud Agency and Cer

veceria Nacional Pan Liquido
which was won by Bill De La Ma Mater's
ter's Mater's Lou Glud Stars. 5-to-2 with

one of the largest crowds of this
season attending.

Rival pitchers Lou Hilzinger fend

McNair Lane again got the start

ing role from their respective
managers. In the thriller, win

ning pitcher Hilzinger struck-out
three opponents and was touched
for four singles. The league lead

er in the pitching department,

Big Mac Lane, was tagged with
the decision on a six-hit struggle
by Lou Glud Stars.

Outstanding in Monday's win for
the league leaders, Lou Glud A A-gency,
gency, A-gency, was the deepest home-run
ever hit in the current season.
This was off the bat of home-run
leader Abe Lund in the seventh
inning on Lane's fast ball sending
it to the area nearest the fence
in far-away center.

Doug Ford's '57 Winnings
Already Total 640,000

By STEVE SNIDER

IS) NEW YORK. Aoril It (LTM

AB H Ave. Sports of all sorts:

90 33 .367 Masters cnamp uoue pord.

62 22 .355 grabbing it while I'm hot." al

80 28 .350 1 ready has grabbed an estimated

63 22 .349 40,000 In prize money and golf-

72 25 .347 1 connected contracts in a little ov-

91 31 i.341 1 r three months this year.. his

sb,300 check for winmng the Mas

ters put him over $23,000 in prize
money alone, about $3,000 more

than his total winnings all last

year. ;

On a double error, two wild
pitches, two singles and a stolen

base, Sam Catlett's Pan Liquido

scored two runs to lead Lou tilud

Stars for the only phase of the

ball game in the first inning.

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CENTRAL TOMORROW

Of e!I rht hiart-stopping
inoatnts tli screen has
ferevght you -THIS IS
tHi MOST TERRIFYING!

I !,
VICTOR I
MATURE

BROTHER
against
BROTHER
BLOOD-FEUD
. .Riding
Roughshod
Across the
Rockies

d i

I

Trailing by one run going into

the fifth, Lou Glud Stars rallied
to chalked up three winning runs

aner juacy aouoieo over inira an

went to third on Trout's bant

then following Dunn's strike out,

Abe Lund pounded a one run gui

le through second. An error by

'an Liauido s first-sacker ea

throw from the shortstop placed

McArthur on with Lund en third
then "Saueeky" Malene came

through with a two run single

down the line at third wucn caus

ed an argument due to cross-deci

sions by the umpires. Jones new

oat to end the winners successful

rally.

Timely fielding by the sporting
goods representatives kept Cerve Cerve-ceria
ceria Cerve-ceria Nacional off the bases for
five compleet innings by either

force-outs or double plays. The
catch of the game was made in

the sixth inning by "Bobo" McAr

thur when Carlin lined a pitch to

shallow left and McArthur ran in
to make a beautiful knee level

back-handed catch.

In the final inning of the eon-

test, the previous mentioned horn

er by Lund was hit to give the

winners an insurance run in their

half. Pan Liquido's lower half of
the seventh proved excited follow-

ins Lane's unassisted put-out to

first then pinch-hitter Don Rober

to's singled through second ana
first. The game ending play was
on Padron's fly-out to Lacy in
right who doubled pinch runner
Catlett at first to give Glud the
victory.

Score by liming
Lou Glud Agency 100-03O-1I
C.N. Pan Liquido 200-000-0-2

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rSpha A Dark Web" and

"The .Harrying Kind"

Frank Lane of the St. Louis Car

dinals admitted he was interest

ed in acquiring relief pitcher Hovt

Wilhelm from the Giants a long
time before he actually made the

deal.. ."I had to wait until all

my catchers bad signed their 1957

contracts," said Lane, "or they'd
all have held out for more mon

ey". .wuneim throws a Jcnuck Jcnuck-leball
leball Jcnuck-leball that's virtually impossible to
catch and Cardinal catchers al already
ready already had two other knuckleball-

ers to worry about Jim Davis

and Murrv Dickson.

Steve Hamas, ex-heavyweight

fighter, is a candidate for mayor

of Wellington, N.J.. ..Barney

Ross indicates Hollywood is hav

ing troubles with his already-writ'
ten life story because of the heav
y accent en his battle with narcotics.

Producers of television's "Game

of the Week" major league base

ball, telecast have put an electro

nic "check-rein" on announcer,

Dissy Dean, whose regard for dull

statistics never had been high

An automatic batting average

computer will flash u-to-date fig

ures on the screen' as each hitter
steps to the plate this year, leav leaving
ing leaving Old Diz fret to spin "his fam famous
ous famous tales.' , ,
New York headquarters for the
armed forces radio network,
which beams live radio reports of
major league games, to troops ov overseas,
erseas, overseas, has been flooded with re requests
quests requests for pocket-sized American
and National Leatrue nrhH.ii

this spring. '. one typist has been

worxing lUU-time fOr 10 straisht

days filling requests to such out outposts
posts outposts as the island of Rhodes, Ni Nigeria,
geria, Nigeria, Greece and numerous stor-

y book points between.

Charley Deven's of Boston.

pitched for the Yankees from 1932
to '34, is chairman of the tourna tournament
ment tournament committee for the lis am a.

teur golf championship coming up

una iau ai srooKune,. Mass.

ne led a campaign to "remfafol"

the famed old country club layout

mm a reai test : tor this year s

amateur swingers.

Ex-Juan Franco
Jockey De Lara
Electrocuted:

(Reprinted frem
The Miami Herald)
PORT LAUDERDALK A II-

year old Jockey Tuesday was

found dead in his trailer, appa

rently of an eleettc shock from

a hand exercise vibrator.

The sheriffs office identified the

jockey as Abelardo De Lara, and

said nis ooay was xouna in oca in
a trailer he occupied at the Shady

Grove Trailer Park, west of Hal-

landale.

Editor's Note: De Lsra wa a
Cuban feckey wtie starred at the
Juan franee racetrack during
Hm mid-thirties.

Chief Criminal Investigator Ben

W. Griersbv said the body was

found by another occupant of the

trailer park who noticed do li

ra's car still parked near the trail

er although ne was supposed io

have left for Gulfstream Park.

"There wae a vibrating ma ma-chin
chin ma-chin that was attached te De
Lara's hand and held en Ms
chest. There ".appeared te be a
slight bum merk that Indicated
the machine might have ehert-

Dr. Jack Mlckley, tounty medi

cal examiner, said that death ap

peared to be due to electric shock
but that an autopsy would have to

be performed to make certain.

Grigsby said ie uira apparent apparent-used
used apparent-used the vibrator machine as

sn aid in keeping bit weight down.

Kenviue McMann. oraildant f

the U.S. Lawn Tennis Assn. urges

manuracrurers to try te design a
cheaper tennis bell that'll with

stand a lot of wear and tear by

lunior piayers. .championship
balls In almost aniversal use are
a bit en the expensive side for the
kids end McMann feels the mere
youngsters who can afford to play
the better off American tennis will
be.
Hegen lessey of Nigeria, who
meets Miguel Berries at Washing

ton in a featherweight elimination

bout April 26, turned pro the hard
way in 1949 he fought a 12 round

er agamst Randy Turein'a broth.

er Dick. .he won it, too.

A golf tlP from Jackia Burka

y iA champ, who conquered his

mental block" on water oles

mat once proved his undoing.

Jackie says he picks out a distant
tree or a fluff of cloud in tia ik

in line with the pin and tries to
belt the ball ever it. ... in the
process, he automatically clears

tne water hazard. -: 4,w

DETROIT. April 18 (UP) -The

city ot Cleveland was without
hope today of bringing the long

sought Pan-American Games home

to its thousands of track and field

fans. .
Pan-American Games Commit Committee
tee Committee President, Douglas Roby has
formally awarded the- Olympic
event te Guatemala City, Gua.
temala following a decision yes yesterday
terday yesterday by Cleveland Mayor An An-thony.
thony. An-thony. Celebreeze te vecate the
city's bid for the Gomes...
Roby said he received a tele

gram from Mayor Celebreeze
which said that Cleveland had
been unable to obtain congresss io

al approval m a five million dol

lar appropriation to help the city
build stadium facilities to stage

the event. According to Roby. cel

ebreeze said in the wire that

Cleveland would have to give up
its plans, but stood ready to wel welcome
come welcome the Games should congress
reverse itself on the no-money de decision.
cision. decision.
Cleveland successfully bid for
the event following the 1955 Pan-

American Games held at Mexico
City. But Roby wired the Guate Guatemala
mala Guatemala Olympic Committee yester

day to award the Games to that
country. Roby said the event prob

ably would be held in Guatemala

City sometime in February, 1958,

At a meeting in Venezuela

March Hth, Guatemala City

was given first consideration as

the game site if Cleveland wae

unable to raise t h e stadium

funds. Roby said. v-

Olympic stars, from both the

North and South American, conti

nents first competed In the ran

American Games at Buenos A4

res, Argentina in lasi.

Editor: CONRAOO SARGEANT

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

Team T

Brooklyn
Milwaukee

Pittsburgh

az. Louis

Chicago 1

Cincinnati
New York

Philadelphia

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TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburg at Brooklyn v
Philadelphia at New York
Cincinnati at Milwaukee
Chicago at St. Louis (N)
YESTERDAY'S RVtmre

St. Lduls at Cinnati

(Postponed, Rain)

New York at Pittsburgh

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

Team
Kansas city
New York;
Boston 4
Chicago
Baltimore
Cleveland
Detroit .

Washington

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The Diable tennis eeurts will
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Balboa Junior Sealer High
students starting this ,- Monday,
April 22, between the hours ef
3 te S:M p.m.
This le te allow time te con conduct
duct conduct the annual intramural ten tennis
nis tennis tournament for the A, B, 1
C Leagues which has 35 beys

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The eeurts will he reserved
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April 24, end then egein en Men
day April 2f thru Wednesday,
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Buffalo

Columbus
Rochester

Toronto-3 Mismi 3 (IS innings,

ne. curfew, night)

Buffalo at Columbus, night, post

poned rain.

Montreal at Havana, postponed

ram.

NEW YORK, April IS fCP) I

Baseball starved Miami fans got

an extra ratio of the sport in one

of the' International League's
most unusual evening games e
34, lS-inning tie last night between
the Miami Marlins and the Toron

to Maple Leafs.

In the only other action last

night, the Richmond Virginians
blanked Rochester, 7-S, ia their
opener at Richmond

At Miami, Toronto scored twice
in the third inning but the Marlins

pecked away at Leaf starter Don

Johnson for (Single tallies ia the

fifth and ninth, Beth teams scor

ed in the lit to bring the final
tally te W.
Richmond confined all its scar-

mg to the middle three inn in Si end

Jim Castes pitched a four -tut shut-j
out to give the Virginians posses-1
sioa of first place with a 1
record, Lynn Leveaguta. who woo
24 games for Toronto test year,
mad his first start for Roches-j
ter and was the loser. j
The scheduled f lines befweea

Buffalo-Columbus and Montril

Second
Team
Palomas
Ocelots
Conejos
Pumas
Pericos
Macaws

Half Standings
W L Pet

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CB

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.200

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PLAYIRS NAMED

REPRESENT. PACIFIC SIDR

The followina nlavers were se-

UrtH bv the six manaeers of the

Fastlich League Toesoay tnigni v

meet a telecuon ot ooys irom ine

Atlantic side in a best out of sev-

Aftr tnesa eames mieeai piaj-

ers will be picked e represent

th ranal Zone in the V( W. lour-

ney to ne new ac nersusy,
avfvanla on August 11. The

Unvm are; Coneioa. DOUgUS Lhas

sin, Kaipn farxer anu i;nru
Scott: Palomas, Joseph Garcia
and Jeffrey Kliner Ocelots,. John
Morris, frank Ammirati and ,Le-

rov vauenn: rencos, raucc

nt.rtin anit Carv Ness: Pumas

Carlos Kiamco: Macaws.-'Edward

Corrigan.:

OCELOTS wmr rmw.w
Monday's Came f
aUm i Ocelots

P.Hrn. hsndicanped by

leck of reserves were the victims

of an Ocelot barrage or .wn n
fflturinx home runs by French,

J. Morris and two. by Vaughn.

Ness of the rencos aiw ujv

the circuit. A total 01 nome
mini haVBe been hit to dato va

1 a..." .. .

u;t. fiva went lnu) me

wiuvu ...

books, the other -seven were

rv.nohn want all the way for

the Ocelots and allowed four runs

on five hits, for we win. ai.,
Pericos mounds man, gave yp
twelve runs on eight hits In two
and two thirds innings and was

tsgged for ttelo. .Mart wss

reuevea oy ness ww uwwo
rum on two hits. '
Tha Pericos scored three to the

first on singles by Marcum, Mar

tin and a noma nm.ny
in the third on a aingle by Methe-

ney and one ia the fouru on

The Ocelots scored five in the
first on singles by 3. U orris,
Vaughn, a double byB. Morns
.-a Tk- v.m hT French, two

auu em wvw w a

in the second on, two 'wauu
two errors, five in the third on
singles by End10 t
a home run by J. Morris and one
by Vaughn and fouro Cftt

on a oouoie oj ;

walks and a home run 07

On Monday at tour

ni ..J rkralnta WU1 UT w

" 1 .w. a Palomas Win

unravel uiv .
will give them both halves. An O O-win
win O-win will recnuro a two out of

V.. aariM in MB1I VP With a

winner. If these gsmes are neces-

sary they will T"

Warfticadav Ann! 24; trway.

nril 26: and Monday, April

The faas'are cordially invited to

kll games played, by the Teen.

the regularly scheduled I

played by tne aswic --

2S.

A-

Todr incanto -25 .15
WABOO -vlUSJt
James' Mason in
"BIGGER THAN XTTE
- Frederic VUrcb. In
-MAN ON A TIGHTROPE"

Today IDEAL .10
Tony Curtl in
I 8ATAGE JUNGLE
Abbott Cost'llv In
"HOLD THAT GHOST

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f I

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CATCHY- Even a

exercise adit -can't

'ahabelessi

hide the. 1

TODAT'S GAMES

f i ix ai jBoston
'.Cleveland at Detroit
Kansas city at Chicagb ,. -i;
Baltimore at Washington (NJ )
YESTERDAY'S tvcTTrs'

5-2f' .1 300 100 000-4 0
t?,l.Clty. 202 WO OOx 5 10 0

aM VVAlOUIla it'.1.. vl. t
SrS?hVCr' .BUrDet i
(Only game scheduled)

Lopez & Burneffe

PLAYERS
Boiling, 2b
Finigan, 3b
c-Robinson
Kuenn, ss
Kaline, rf
Maxwell, If
Boone, lb
Turtle, cf
Wilson, c

Bunning, p
Maas, p
Crimian, p
a-Torgeson
Gromek, p
b-Clark

Totals

DETROIT

ABR HO A

2

1
0

5

1
0
0
0

X

0
0
0

j.J

2

3

0
0
0
2

13

0

4' 4'-0
0 4'-0 0
0

0

0,1
0 0

24 12

glamour of; biond :. Jeanoettei. .-.
MacDoneld as she warms ud sti

Paddington Recreation Ground) A
in. London.: The holder of, the: .'
Canadian women's shotput andj
discus championships ; is tour-i

ing Europe. She competed ml
the recent Olympic Games.. ;

Along The Fairways

PRE TRIM ff

INCREASES LEAD
,JN EARLY TIMES
TOURNAMENT AT SUMMIT

Pres Trim lnprial Mm'lamA

ioiu- iiroxes ovsr jack Hammond

ui me cany ; Times Ringer at
dies, four on each side. George
Summit Hill. L iw i.rl

dies, four on each aide. George
Riley is third in the first flight
with a 67. Ted Jordan still leads
the second flicht with a k.. i..

uaa waiver urow and Leo-Eber-

ras ngm on nis heels with 64s.
Morns Cherry is fourth with c

auu a,en .Bennett fifth with a 66
makinz onlv four itmvi K.iti..

f. . . TT

lurw ana nnn puce in this flight
Hugh Thomas retained hi UaH

in the third flight with a 66 and
N. B. Stephenson is : aernnri with

v dux &ieve naa RanHv Waita.

ana uniriet sonvii ui.

aceu wua ia, von Parr is fifth
in this flight.,-
. In the women's flight Pesrl Trim
has a four stroke lead over Har Har-net
net Har-net Serger. Mrs. Trim has a 66

lmum Jones is still third, Mara Mara-bell
bell Mara-bell Lund fourth -and Lynn Jones

vs KANSAS C. :
- ..i,

PLAYERS ..J

Graff. 2b t .i

Lopez, 3b J j 4 ?
ZerniaUlf,. J
Pisoni. cf k

Simpson, lb t :
Skizas, rf-lf j
Smith, "r

uroin, n o ("
Garver, p f l u
Burnette, v p g 2 o
DeMaestri, ss a 0

H

1

OA
12

The tournament nH inn't 9t

the players Just have 13 more days
to 'cut down their scores.

Plret

PIsver

Pres Trim

Jack Hammond
Gee. Riley

rerc Graham
Bill Ceriten

Plight

Plitihf ;

Player

Ted Jordan
Walter Orew

Lee Eberens .

is Cherrv

Third Flieht

Player r y-

Hwgh Them i

M. B. Steeahemea
Randy Waites

Charles Serreil

Den Perr

O IT
31 31 42
32 34 44
33 34 47
33 35 44
34 35 4

vO IvT
32 31 43
32 44
32 32 44
32 33 45
31 5 44

O I T
32 34 44
34 34 71
34 M 72
35 37 72
37 34 73

Tetala r ;i S II 27 11
a-Hit into double play f.r Crim

lan in 6th. I t

b-Struck.out for Gromek in sth. J'

c-Hit into double play far Finigan;'

in via. i..,-, ft
E None. RBI Boone 3. Simp

son. 2. Skizas, Lopez, Mass, De-

uaestrl. 2B Boone Boiling. SB
Cerv, HR-r-Lopez. Simpson., DP
Graff, DeMaestri and Simpson;
Simpson, DeMaestri and Simpson;
Left Detroit 7, Kansas ,,City a.
BB Garver 3, Burnetts 3. SO
gromek 2, Garver 2. Burnette
2. HO Bunning 4 in 2-8,, Maas 6
in 3 1-3, Crimian 0 in 1, Gromek
0 in 3, Garver 4 in 3 2-3, Burnetts
2 in 5V4. R-ER Bunning 2-2. Maaa 1

3-3, Crimian 00, Gromek 0-0. Gar

ver- 44,- Burnette 9-0. HBP By
Garver; Finigan). W .' Burnett

(1-0) L-Maas 0-lk U MeKin-

ley, Soar. Tabacchi Berry. T 2:

19. A 5,960. r

Montreal Hockey i
Chtmps Capture
8th Stanley Cup

. Wemen's

Plaver

Peerl Trhn -"
Herriet Serper
Lewiae Jenee
Marabett Liasd
Lynn Jenee

PRpht

MONTREAL' C(VP Hnrk-Va

historic aatanley Cup bore the
name of the Montreal Canadiena

today for a record eighth time as

result of their 5-1 rout of the

Boston Bruins Tuesday night.
It marked the second straight
sesson the colorfuL star studded

Canadiena have won the cud.

awarded, to the world's champion
pro hockey club.

Montreal after finiihin eemnit

behind Detroit in the regular ses

son eliminated the New York

Rangers in the Semi-finals in five

games ana needed onlv five more

to whip the scrsppy Bruins, who
now have met the Canadiena four

times in -the finals and test all of

them.
Coach Joe Blake now has we a
the Stanley Cup-twice in his "first
two years .of coaching, and be
nid, "This felt even better than
last year." -
"Last'yesr everybody expected
to win it alL" he said. "But this

year when we didn't win the
league championship, there wasn't
as much support for us. It wss a
real team effort... everybody
was good out there tonight"
- It was a sweet ending for t s
Cansdiens who stumbled throvt j
most of the season, trailing E 05 05-ton
ton 05-ton and Detroit most of the riv

37 34 731 after being unanimous chokes ta
37 37 74lwia the title for the second
17 M 75 straight year.

O I T
31 34 4

34 34 71

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THURSDAY. APRIL 18, 1957

TZ3 rARAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENHENl DAlLT NEWSPAPtP
PAGE SEVEN

Blakemere, Pavinetto
Also Go In Featured
ft Furlong $650 Race

V

HOOFBEATS
By Conradq Sargeant ;

Highly rated newcomer; Minuendo, winner of
his only local start, and distance loving Surumeno
will match strides Saturday afternoon in the fea featured
tured featured $650 milfr and one-eighth route test for third
series imported thoroughbreds at the President Re-:

mon racetrack,

Rniiprlv Pavinetto and slow start-

ins Blakemere ara also scheduled

starters hi the feature.
Great interest is being shown' in
th Snrnmeno Minuendo meeting

' became both horses are entries for

i the $15,000 added president ot tne
- Republic Classic which will be run
: next May 1 as the top event o the
annual racing calendar. -.
Minuendo recently arrived on the

Isthmus with a high rating, having
triumphed several times last year
at La Plata racetrack w his na

tive Argentina over races of one

mile or more. ( i,

Surumeno, which has lost only

twice in his last eight outings, nas
proven to be a consistent and stout stouthearted
hearted stouthearted performer, flis only losses
since rounding into top form were
in the Carnival Classic and the re recently
cently recently run Natlonr.1 Guard Classic

1 ootn won Dy me mwxmm uiwir
! ke. He was' third behind Melendez
in last Sunday's National Guard
Classic. '
i Minuendo gained a let of follow followers
ers followers with' his impressive "come
from-behlnd" victory in his debut
last Sunday.' Hi 1:24 4-5 for seven
furlongs can't be laughed off eith either
er either however, Surumeno turned
this, same distance in 1:24 .while
easily holding Pavinetto safe for his
" last triumph a fortnight age.

Pavinetto, the fastest horse in
this race, could eet a s long lead

and Drobablv "steal" the race if

inplrev Julin Rodriauez. who will

guide Minuendo"; and Alejandro Y-:

caza, woo nas tu iegup on ouru ouru-meno,
meno, ouru-meno, waste too much tome watch'

ing and waning xor eacir owk w

make his move.
Riairnmer. one-time topnotch-

er, is slowly regained top forar and

could d reaqy xor an upn ;wr

ry especially nere wnere me
distance is right and the odds will
be juicy. v
Ten other" prospective thrillers
are included on the eard.-

Racetrack Tips

" ,-ByCONRADO',

lTny Brook Arrabalero

2 Celestial Fire Grand Finish
3 Ruttlante . Choya
4 Franclsauito Kalalu

5 San Cristobal '.-" Fttt Fra
4 Joe's Fiddling GramUa
7 Crews HiU' Verygood
5 Plctaoto i Golden Bod
S-rMlchlrrpi, J' Jtadlr
10 Surumeno V ;'. ; Minuendo
11 Ragaua ; Manandoagua

Several promising I newcomers

are scheduled to make their first
local start over the weekened.
Two impressive three-year old
grey colts will lead the bun eh
when they go in Saturday's .$650

"special" tor imported non win

ners. They are Cingulum. and Vio

lin viejo.
Cingulum. Is a British-bred ion
of Pardal out of Cincture, He is.
owned by Alfredo Boyd and train trained
ed trained by Julio Chandeck.'

Violin Viejo- an Argentine bred
son of, Violin-Silver. Hue. The Stud
Electrico owns him and Ruben
Varon is in charge of his training.
The ether efreVtants are the
native Carmolita, tngsnoio,
Mellize and Panche Lepoz. They
are all tebodulod starters in'
Sunday's -fourth race for 'native
maidens. All are two years eH.

Carmehta,, reportedly the most

impressive of this bunch, is

chestnut daughter of Keyhaven Keyhaven-Carmela
Carmela Keyhaven-Carmela II. Carlos Eleta is her

owner and. Manuel '. Rivera trajns

tne miy.

Engafioso, a browr colt, will

race under the colors of the Stud
Quiteno. Ernesto i Navarro is hu

trainer. i i

Meluzo is owne4 by i the Stud La
Chorrera and trained by former

ace Jockey Alcides "Chile" Rodri

quez. The brown colt Is a son of

Keyhaven-Stalaban.
- Pancho Lopez, probably the big

gest native in training right now,

in a cnestnut : son of iiarrenun

Skns Souci. He is the property oi

the Stud "Z." Frank. X. Zeimetz

is his trainer. .

'Luis' H. Farmgia, now in the

Race Track : Graded Entries

F.P." 'Heise' Jackey 'It..".' Cemmenf f OsMt

1st Race Ith Series Imp. T Fgf. x Purse $400 Pool Closes 12:45

- . .- rlKST RACE Or THE DUPLETA

Washington & lee
Names; New Head
Football Coach v

LEXINGTON, Va.- (UP-Wash

ington and Lee University, which
de-emphasized its football program

and then fired its coach fori not

winning on a play-for-fun basis,
today announced the appointment
of Lee Massey McLaughlin as the

generals' new head football coach.

President Francis P. Gaines

said McLauehun; 40. forhier Uni

versity of Virginia1 ( tar lineman
who has. been coaching in r, t h.e
prep school ranks for the past 12
years, will take over in June. He

succeeds Bill Chmlev who was re.

leased after two. dismal seasons in
which, his unsubsidized teams won

only one of 13 games, ;

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1-P. !de Gales Hernajides 107 -Must" improve' more
2 Oro Purito M. Hurley 115 -dangerous contender
Copar r 1 F. Gatlca 110 r-.Usually close up
4 Arrabalero J. M. Bravo 113 Has strong finish
6 Soft Note -. B, Baefca 105 Could get up here
Semlplenp t A. .yesa H3 Good early speed
" 7 Oyster . B. Aguirre 118 Depends on Start
: A Tiny Brook- H. Gustines 105x-I,on'g 'overdue
' 9 (Sweet Windsor A Cre. 112 Nothing to indicate
10r"(Soeorrito C Montero 107x Poor recent races

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' , ZNO RACE OF .THE DUPLEX

1 Cingulum : R Vasquei 115 --Makes debut here 10-1
2 Celestial Jlre i G, San. 1D8 Last doesn't count ; 2-1
3 Miss Patience H. Ruis 100 Not ready yet ; ,30-1
4 Violin Viejo J. M. Bravo 115 Has high rating 8-1
6 Bluno T.. Oatica 108 Blazing early speed 3-1
, Grand. Flnlah-H. ouatl. 102x Vastly improved 2-1
-7 Atomic Spring B. Baet 105 -Jmproving slowly : 54

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3rd Race 4th JSeries Imp. I Fgs- Purse S4M

4Rutllante -VjVjb. Huls 110 riistanc in favor
2 Cormorant. F. pidalgd 110 Bad legs hamper
3 Dainty Duchess A, Yea. 115 Depends on form
4 Plnino A. Gonzales 100 Would pay off
5 Choya -,' ; B. Baeea 105 Good early speed
6 Arpegio . f : X-' Jimenes 113 'Usually close up'
,7 (Amat; ?. Hernandej; 103x Usually runs wid
(Bacaila R. Vasquez 111 No. l contender

ith Rate "I" Native WfB. 7Trse 27l
1 Jachalln A. ;Credidioll3 f-Nothlng to recommend
2 Damadura H. Ruk 100 r-Ran well in last
3 Francisqulto J. Rodrt. 115 Better each tine out
4 Nacho v.y 4 A..ircaaa lie" -iGood rider at last
5 Xalaln v-v, S. Baeza 110 Win fight it out
8 Folletito'f.Herandea lOOx Must go lower
7 Julie ;-"? ? ...A.-Gonzales ioi Excellent return

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1 Fm Fru ; -." V. Castillo 115 Form indiealej
2 Portal L. Outlerrea 11 5x Returns frdm layoff
3 San Cristobal R. Vis. 113 -Jockey may decide it
4 La pampaninl O. Mon- llOx In rare form s

th Raee Ith Series Imp. I F. r Purse MM

"--yyW ,'-' FIRST RACE OF THX DOUBLE
1 Welma Jimmey Tti Cris. 108 Lacks early speed
2 Orimilda, H. Ruis 105 Not good enough
. 3 Teloreo ; B. Baeza 108 Fastest at getaway
4 Gramilla "R. Vaaquea. 112 Will fight it out
5- rJoe's Fiddling G. 8an. 120 Last ras exceUent
5 Riscal j -. .F.Gatlca 105 Back in top form
v -i'y ,:: ; '. t ,
7th Race Ith Series Imp. 7 Ffs. i- Punef4ll
, .. 2ND RACE OF THE DUPLETA
1 Moon. Beam Hernandez lOOx Would pay sweet odds
2 Verygood R. Vasques 110 Hard to beat here
J-Lyrieal 1 JL. Rula 108 Rest early foot
4 Febrero TL J. Pnlllipa 111 -Rata good chance
5 Escorial. H. Gustines 102x Not sgainst these
8 Crews Kill B. Baeza 123 Weighu may hamper
7 Royal Stream F. Rldal. 10 Longahot possibility
Fieltro '. A,' Ycaza lis" Better race this time

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doldrums of a prolonged slump,
disposed of two of his horses this

weeK.; No Gsllito was acquired by
the Stud Panama Canal and is be

ing trained by Edward GittenSi
Jachahn was bought bv the Stud

Refugio. Jeronimo de Freitask is
m charge of training the sneedv

sun oi Jcnai-rmng &aucer. i

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Another animal to' change owner ownership
ship ownership is Encachada. She is now the
Eroperty of Mrs. Julia' Diez. Leon
. Salnten will train this oftce
promising filly. :
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Doiia Perica. Ezcasav and Hu-

tilante will race with blinkers in

me luture.

Two native thoroughbreds that

are in tratmns and will soon make

their debut are Barnlu and Tan

ganica.

' Barrilu is an Haras v Carinthia

product. She is a bay two year-

oia aaugnter ot earretui-uttia Lu

im Agustin boane Jr.. trains her.

.. Tangaflica Js;i black two-year-,
old filly by Ebano-Mete Bulla She

is owned by the Stud La Enea and

iramea ny uugo fle la fenna..

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TROPHY PRESENTATION In ceremonies held during the- recent Panama Area Armed
Forces (PAAF) ; baseball banquet at the Fort Clayton NC& Club. Col. Peter S. Peca (second ;
from left) commanding. officer. Fort Claytoh. accepted the PAAF baseball championship
tmnhv nn hfihalf of the Fort Clavton team:" Here (left to rlsht) S-tit.1 John Burnette. team

captain; Coy Peca : 1st Lt. i James F. Dunbar, team I manager, and Sp3 Pat Deianey, team
member, admire the trdphy. v t ( u , ,t 1 U,S. Army Pbote)"

Purse I27S

8th Race "Hie. HU." Natives I F.
;' 4UMELA

tpichote B. -Aguirre. Ill Fastest of group 3-2

Z-Jauonet J. Fhiuipa 108 Could take it too 4-1

3 DO nManu&l F. Hidalgo 110 Lacks early speed 1-1

4 Redondlta H. Ruiz 112 Returns, fmm layoff 3-1

5 Tacera V. CastUlo 112 Cheap plug "., 30-1
8 Oolded Bound R. VM- 114 Depends on legs 2-1
7 Regta G. Montero,H0x CouW make it here 5-1
a Dofia Perica O. Chanis lis Excluded from betting; fractious

Only five two-vear-olds' were en

tered the; Carolina M e n d e t de

I hi eiM PlaeaiA Th alntaia mm

. . ves viDoaiv Hie WiaosiL, Ali ia'

jrowi vivaap iiaiHves, win oe run May 5. ?

. The entries include unbeaten Es

teban,' Jamna and Henco; the as

yet unraced sandokan and Jipt Ja

pa.

oOo
An "old-tlmari" jockey race
la being planned for May 1, the
day en which the $15,000 added
President of the Republic Class Classic
ic Classic will Te run. However, so ma many
ny many former jockeys 'have voletd
their willingness' to participate

in the event that twe races may

nave te no run. -- ".,:
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Four more KcKey fell by the

wayside in the present cleanup'.'

campaign, recently; started by. the

siewaras iney are Humoeno Jtte-yes,-Heristico
Pitty, Alejandro ,Y ,Y-caza
caza ,Y-caza and Douglas Cortes. ...
Reyes drew the stiff est nenaltv.

He got 12. meets foi not extendine

Camberwell in Saturday's seventh

race,..-. .. , .... ,0,

Pitty nteted an' eisht meet sus

fension for. crossing Mr. .Jack,
ilon and Avispa while riding
Guarare in the third race on Sun-

flay. I. :

Ycaza act a 310 fine for usins

defective equipment and causing
a delav of the start of the Nation.

al Guard Classic on. Sunday.-

Cortez was set down four meets

for crowding Ragazza with Edith
Piat at the. start of Saturday's
fifth race,..

My friend was. suspended for

21 days after be was found to be.

lame following the second race on
Saturday,.
The track's .veterinarian scrstch scrstch-ed
ed scrstch-ed Sohto. and ordered a 15 day
suspension because he was lame
on a hind, leg,
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champion Amorio died recently
In Chjriqui. where he was being
tised for stud purports. Amorio
repeatedly preyed his class by
toting, the t o p w o I g h t of 128
pounds,, siring sway plonty of
poundage, te the opposition,' te
'Victory. ,

tth Raee Ith Series lsas. 8 Fga.

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1 Jsquimano
2 Genixartto
3 After Me
4 MiehlripA
6 Kadir
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7 CartUlero CartUlero-I
I CartUlero-I Suntonner

G. Montero llOx Outclassed here
A. Credldio 110 Has strong finish
J. PhtUips 108 Rites good chance too
' B. Baeia 112 Form indicates
V. Castillo 120 -Horse to beat
H. Ruiz 110 Best early speed
K. Gustines 102x Usually moves late
R. Cristian 413 la top form sew

ltth Race 3rd Series Imp. F.

Purse 3458

1 Minuendo J. Rodrlguet 111 Ceti first real test
2 Blakemere H. Ruix 105 Ceuld surprise
3 fiurwneno A. Tc?a 11$ Mutoels favorite
4 Pavinetto R. Vasques 112 Caa go the distance

Imp. 8 Fga,

11th Raee "Special S Tear Olds

: v. Fares 3458

lXdith Piaf A. Credidio 10S Nothing te indicate
2 Masandoarua Bravo 108 Should be nimtmip
1 Le Matelot F. Gatica 153 Improving slowly
4 Jalio Verne F. HidsJio ir8 i Still plerrtv rrwi
5 Karuza- R. cristiaa 118 Seems "sure thing"

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" Box 290 Phone S-7063 AS,' :
Panama B.P.
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Houses
FORv RENT:- Chalet 2 bed bed-room,
room, bed-room, living dining, garage,
maid room with service.
Traneisthmi i Highway 2nd
.St. Vita Hermoea. Tel, 3-1275
c. 3-3341.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE:
Spacious alagant reidnce in
Belle Vitta in excellent eondi-.
tion, furnUhed or unfurnished,
two larga badroom, ona air air-conditionad,
conditionad, air-conditionad, 2 bath, porch, liv living
ing living room 5x4 m, dining room,
J maid' rooms with bath,
largo garden, fancad, lot 1040
Aoara'm. MAY BE SEEN
FRIDAY AND SUNDAY by
calling 30932. Thowdey and
Saturday call 2-3012 effice
haurt.
FOR RENT: Chalat at Golf
Haights. Larga garden, living living-.
. living-. room, dining room, 3 bedroom,
; t bathrooms, maid's room.
, hot watar. Completely furnish-
d. Contract can be arranged
' for 3 year. Phone morning,
3-2975. Evenings, 2-2970.
FOR RENT: Ideal house for
large family. Phone Panama
e.tlttl. Ask for Mr. Foprogo
Rooms
FOR RENT: 20 room. New
concrete house at $16.56
month Noj 13, 17St. Pueblo
Nuevo. Call 3-0229 from 1 to 5
p.m.
Police Find Body
In Auto's Trunk
Hear Joliet Pen
JOLIET, Bl., April 18 (UP) -an..
wmjI- n$ man nnt three
time was found today stuffed into
the trunk of a car iracea w
Chicago policeman.
it It mas believed the Vic
tim was 'park policeman i Vincent
Moretti, 32, brother of 'killer cop"
wrtH mhn t housed in
iui.iiaw juv.m,.
the state penitenUaryonly. few
e :.'.:S si '-,::-'' i
Vincent MoretUwM located In
Chicago about ttwr hmff after the
discovery of the body, however.
Police told him that the death
A.. Kiumu nlat.e had heen is
sued to him. Moretti replied that
he owns three cars and loan
them to hi brothers and cousins
: missing.
In Joliet, meanwhile, state po-
-11. tutsan finoomrint test of the
dead man in an attempt to identi identify
fy identify him. He bad been shot below
the eye, through the heart and in
the side,, police said, and his body
identifying papers.
Chicago police simultaneously
power on the city's West Side un-
: til Michael Moretti' sensational
atrial in 1951 and 1952.
Moretti was .accused of herding
i group of boys into a car and
killing three of them with a sense sense-Arthur
Arthur sense-Arthur Gambino, and was en-
- He instated he had picked up the
nf nn-imtanendent
. srv m a'" i jf
narcotics investigation and that he
fired in sen aeiense. However, ne
was found guilty of the murder
of one of the youths, 15-year-old
Arthur Gambino, a3en a3en-tenced
tenced a3en-tenced to life imprisonment.
' rh. Villar rnn" hat been nerv
ing his sentence at Stateyille Pen
itentiary, only a lew mues irora
Jnli.t
Police said a member of the
Moretti family or a friend of the
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ATTENTION, 0. I.I Just belli
modern furnished apartment, I,
2 bedrooms, ; bet, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Apartment 1
bedroom, parlor, dining room,
kitchen two balconies, Uundry
room, first floor, garage. In,
apartment house "San Jose''
F. St. El Cangreio. Phone 3 3-'
' 3-' 2501 or enquire at apartment
No. 1 from noon to 3 p.m.
FOR RENT. Furnished a a-partments
partments a-partments on Via Porras, ov overlooking
erlooking overlooking SAS commissary, be beside
side beside Roosevelt Theatre.
Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceanaide Cottages
Santa Clara. .Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. de P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive
satisffing vacation, S an t a
Clara Beach. Shrapnel' fur furnished
nished furnished house. Phone Balboa
1772. v
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach bouse. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone lalboa 1866.-
Baldwin's furnished apart apartments
ments apartments at Santa Clara Beach,
'Telephone Smith, Balboa 3681.
Most Powerful
Mom-Smasher
Operated By Reds
WASHINGTON, April 18 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Russians have put into opera operation
tion operation the world's most powerfml
atom-smasher. They call it a syn
chrophasotron.
They plan to use the device to
solve some of the mysteries sur surrounding
rounding surrounding the nucleus of the atom
and its enormous forces.
As announced by Pravda last
week, the new atom-smasher has
a capacity of 8,300,000,000 electron
volts.- The Russians expect to
boost this to 10 billion,, volts.
.' .The most! powerful atom-smash-,
err in this country now range in
power irom three to six billion
volts. But a 25 billion volt machine
is now being built at the govern government's
ment's government's Brookhaven National Lab Laboratory
oratory Laboratory on Long Island, N. Y.
A group of midwestern univer universities
sities universities also is, working on research
that mav nroduce atom smashers
. .i i i. n ...
in ine irunon-von range, duv as tu
nnw thA Riiflalan marhina ia the
mosi powerful on earth.'
The Russian iirst reveaiea uieir
Elans for this machine at the 1955
iternational Atomic Conference
in Geneva. They said then that
thev honed in the future to get
energies of around 100 billion elec
tron volt.
Work with high energy atom
smashers in this and other coun countries
tries countries already has revealed the ex existence
istence existence of nuclear particles never
before observed.
Among these is the antiproton,
built oppositely to the kind with
which man has always been famil familiar..
iar.. familiar.. If a planet built of such
"hack-ward matter" should come
in contact with the earth, the re
suiting explosion would' destroy
imprisoned policeman could have
hin killed while on his way to
visit the prson. It was also pos possible
sible possible the victim was murdered in
Chicago and his body was then
driven to Joliet, they said.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED "TATES OK AMERICA
Canal Zone
United Stale Dtatrtet Caort for
The Diitrltt of The Canal Zone
n.itwia nf vision
In the Matter of the Adoption of
Susan Marie Lance. Albert Franeii
Lane HI. Trence William Lange. Jay
David Lange, Patrice Marie Lange,
..nrfar h. of 14 TMH VS.
Albert Franeii Lange. Jr., Defendant.
rin No a47. Citation Petition for
Adoption.
To: Albert Trancls Lartge. Jr.
v, .r krhv reouired to appear
before the United Statee District Court
for the Dittrtct of the Canal Zone. Di Division
vision Division of Balboa, at the Courtroom.
Iiwol Canal Zone, on the S day of
June. 1SS7, at ( o'clock In the forenoon
of that day. then and there to show
i cause. If any you have, wny nooen
Dean Wallace should not De pertninea
in .rlnrri the minors above named.
' Susan Marie Lance. Albert Prancia
Lanee m. Terrence William Lange. Jav
i David Lange and Patrice Marie Lange.
Witness the i Honorable Guthrie T.
, Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this dy of March. 157.
C. T. McConmck, Jr.
I Clerk of Court
(Seal)
By t Lais E. Hantaan
Deputy Clerk
i Tar Albert Francis tanee. Jr.
I The foregoing citation is served up-i
I on vest by publication' pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie V
j Crowe. Judge. United States District
' Court for the District of the Canal
, Zone, dated the ?7 day of March. 157.
and entered and filed of record la into
action an the office of the Clerk of the
United States District Court Division
of Balboa, en the tl day of Marc.
157.
C. T. McCanakk, Jr. -I
? Clerk of Court
j By Xaw E.
: Deputy Clerk

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury
dub coupe excellent condition.;
$500.00 Call Navy 2362.
.FOR SALE: W51 Ford Vic Victoria,
toria, Victoria, radio, excellent condition ;
$500. Telephone Balboa 2-3376
Collier-, vAif,
FOR SALE: W7 Kaiser
$150.. Good transportation. On On-ginal
ginal On-ginal ,r owner. 5615-B Diablo
Phont 2-4412 m:: --u
FOR SALE: 1956 Custom line 6,'
4 door, heater, back-up and di directional
rectional directional lights, clock, 7000
mile, Excellent condition.
$1700. Balboa 1581-B. I"el. 2 2-3479.
3479. 2-3479.
FOR SALE: '49 Oldsmobile
Good condition $300.- Call 84 84-4146.
4146. 84-4146.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet St a.
Wagon 1956, 4 deter, P P-Call
Call P-Call Gamboa 6-450. ..
FOR SALE: Oldsmobil
Coupe De Luxe 195V hydra hydra-matie,
matie, hydra-matie, power acceorl 112
Via Espana Panama 3-6871.
FOR SALE: Stndebaker 1953
V8, 5 pass Coupe Telephone 2-
1484. viS'jvs-.'
FOR SALE: 194 Ford cou coupe
pe coupe excellent physical and me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition. A j real
buy at $25. Call 3-4808,
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1-2
ton Panel, 1952 financing av available
ailable available powerful motor, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Phone 2-2217.
FOR SALE: Plymouth 1953
2 door Crambrook, other ex extra,
tra, extra, good rubber, low mileage
Very' good condition, reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Balboa 2409.
LIFE INSURANCE
, call
JIM RIDGE t
' General Agent p
! Gibraltar IXt Ins. Co. ?
i for rates and information;
,; TeL Panama t-55J y f.i,
TRANSPORTED BAXTER, S. A.
Packara Shipper Mevw
; fhwmlZW w a 2562
"ieare Riding a m
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding fr Jumping Class daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phon. 2-2451
er by aoekt"ent.
. "Slim Una Hnr
BODX, REDUCING
HcLeV iUclilnea, Maauca
team Ball, ai.dfemaV
" M.dlc.1 belts, orth braeas.
ORTOPEDIA IHAC10NAL
' A. Juta Aroaemcna -!'
Dr. SCHOU. trained Cbliopoalrt
.... .wnw rJt thn universe.
The new Russian atom-maner
ha an electromagnet .which
weigh 36,000 tons. It also ha 500
gwitches, 8,000 relays, 2,000 meas meas-trol
trol meas-trol devices. - v, .
t rivoa nuclear particle
ita. pnnfined course at
A.ri thp sneed of light. In 3
hcA narticles cover
distance more than 2V4 time that
, k. aarth tA" the moon.
xne jtussiau iiuiuuu"-""
not speculate on what discoveries
the new machine will make ex
cept to say it wouia proviuo
rl.m.tinn "about the structure
UUUl aaae-v l.--ai
th atomic nucleu. its charac
teristic and internal force.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zona
Unites SU Dlrtrtct Cnt r
Tlx DistriH af Ths Canal
t th. Matter ot tha Adoption of
Oarid Wajm. Pi VsTl-
aMiiasni. Livu r w --
Uon for Adoption-
ass.. Itaaaskal
eft xkTmlua State. Distrtrt Court
. twm p.mI Zona. Di-
Vnu srs hereby required to sppesr
before the Unitad .State. Dtttn voun
for the pmrta u r'"r,"""rK
TZZ. emita;
j.ma 1S7. at o clock In the tore-
noot o?th.f dar.
shnr cause, fcf n yon
inL.IL Steeneck should not be per
mitted to adopt themmor a dots saa saa-.K,
.K, saa-.K, Dlatriet of the Canal Zone, thai 1
a of AprO MeCmmM, fc.
1 Clerk of Court
.it
Deputy Clark
To:. Albert Peek.
on you by publics Hop rrrauartto the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. udee. JJ""" "3, r-3
Court for the DisOiet of the Canal
i-Z. a. il the day mt March. 157,
and entered and filed rjord ta tt
action in the oinc
United State District Court. Di -Won
of Balboa, on the a oay a-aroi.
' C." r. MrCarmkcs, Jr.
' Clrrk of Cotsrt
, yi,sJ E. tsMitasai
- Deputy CVark
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1 couch-complete
$25.00. Includes 3 cush cushions
ions cushions and cover. Call 82-2149
Days. 83-5110, evening.
FOR SALE: Boston Terriers
5 week old. Pedigreed moth mother.
er. mother. 13th Street No. 14-16, Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Farmacla; Tason. Tel:
'3-6125.: .J:;v-f
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford. 4
door Custom, Fordom a tic, ra radio,
dio, radio, heater, clock, new tires,
brake, plug, coil, relay etc.
Undercoat, A-1 condition, one
owner $700.-; 1 Underwood
typewriter, office, completely
reconditioned like new $50. See
at 1025-B Old Cristopal 3-3105.
FOR SALE: Modern SAFE
30x30x36 Excellent condition
$140.00 phone 2-2217. '-
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Pacific Softball
League.
SECOND HALF STANDINGS
l.ou oiua Agency t; 8 .4 .667
jaqotnq win mi. ,,w 8
C. N. Pan Llquido-. 7
Blatz Brewers 6
Tasco Batteries ... I
A A-6
6 A-6 6
9,
.667
.538
.454
.083
Hq. & Hq. 20th Infantry Wins
Over BIazts Brewers To Tie Glud
Agency For League Lead
Lou Olud Agency was tied with
Hq. and Hq.. 20th Infantry for
the first place lead in the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Softball .League second half
race after the Infantrymen won
over sfc Thomas's Blatz Brew Brewers
ers Brewers on Tuesday, i.
. Score of the game between the
rival posts "buddies" was 4-to-2.
The second half mainstay for
ine t i. KODbe Keguiars, Murpny
uescant was again credited witn
the Lifeliners win on a beat
three-hit effort Newcomer Ed
Pucek made his debut and was
charged -with the loss despite
five-bit pitching. A total of five
illegal pitches, a record this sea season,
son, season, was called by plate-umpire
Metneny against both huriers.
In the fast-played encounter,
Hq. and Hq. 20th Infantry led
Blatz Brewers until the fourth
inning when George Lopez, the
Brewers rlghtfielder, ..homered
through the fielders In deep left
enter scoring: Martin for the
squad's only runs ot the? ball
game. , u V
Recapturing their, lead,' the
Lifeliners scored two runs in
their half of the,-fifth on two
sacrifices, two errors and a sin
Tie.
Pitchers Pucek and Descant
had exceptional control to limit
both sides with only three bases
on-balls while two runs were the
most ever accounted for in any
one inning, v
" The box score:
Hq.&Hq. 20tb Inf.
Rosa, e . . . .
Stewart. If
Ab R
. 2 1
.30
Orates, a 4
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
Wesolek, 9t
Mintz. lb
Rotfi, ci .,
Descant, p
Neal, 2b
Garcia,, rf
25 4
BJats Brewers
Barradas, sa
Martinez, 3b
Martin, ct
Lopez,. it ..---.'
Slegel, -e ..
Huertas, id ....
Hunter. U
Keith, 2b
Pucek. o
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w.Vnfr Bros, has teamed the t errid twosome in
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Vrt? ir A.time'.nny. The ptr were last n tn
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-ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211,, CRISTOBAL, CZ.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Modern 3-bed-'
room chalet, maid' room and
bath, hoff and t cold water,
screened, yard, patio, sliding
door closets, etc. Phone Ama Amador
dor Amador 5193 from 8 to 4. 104 Calle
84 East between Via Po Porras
rras Porras and 50th St.
Dressen Calm
For Opener
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UP) Just' from
wntnhintf them.1, VOU COUldli't have
told which was Casey Stengel and
which was Chuck Dressen.
This was before the
pemng
Yankee
eame ot tne season ai
Stadium and Stengel, the man who
admits he should make it eight
pennants in nine years, was eagy
and gruff. Dressen, a man you
might figure to oe irruauie,.T
bright ana aflaDie..
maricpii the eifference ; be
tween a man witn some piace w
. .iH nn nn Knows U18 Kiuu
isn't expected to go anywhere .but
the bottom oil tne oarreivks?: A-
" The' Finish Counts ,
:-. J ..i'-. ;
,.' r-"; f : ...
' it knur vou start. Sten
gel barked as he contemplated the
37th opening game. of. his career.
"It's how you stand on tne lasi
day of this season."
Somebody asked him whether
any of all the opening gamM lie
h.. .oon since 1910 Stood Out in
his mind.
.it -.t a n a n, r that."
he
crrnwled. "After .a while they all
get jumbled together. But 1 CK
r. .:. h. Knot spasnn I ever had
fbal -wis" the" one at Brooklyn
when they paid, me not to manage.-
That was- one of .the better
v..kn. T.mtde a lot of
mnnAV outside baseball and -got
paid, too."
, Meanwhile, Dresen, who e
heroe a expected opened the
season a day early
laxed in a large circle of heckler.
Tell Of Meeting Ike
"The opening of the eason Is
always a kick," he was saying.
"But the best was two years, ago
when I met the freswem. ; -Dressen
toed the turf and grin grinned:
ned: grinned: v
51 Th.t' h dv 1 told President
- r- ... K
Eisenhower now ro cure
situ. We're getung reaay
ceremonies ana ne say
thins- i ean inrow uio
over the photographer' Jd. J
bursitis u so Daa.
about this here machine I znow
.hnnt and 1 write it down for mm.
The upshot it they send him one
of those machines and I got one
V for free, wo. ; v

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Hbrie Articles

FOR SALE:'- Norg 1956, 60
cycles automatic wshr. Av-,
ilabl Jun 7 Call, Albrook
3147. -. v
FOR SALE: 21" Silvartona
TV, t lik nw. $200.' Phone
Pdnama. 2-2102. Ak for Mn
FOR SALE: Living room,
bedroom, kitchen and Hope
chtsf,. Leaving for : States
Must take best offers. TeL Na-
Vy 3173.',., v ,
FOR SALE: Bed type couch
with bolster and cover, $30.
Phone Balboa 2-3676, i,, v i
FOR SALE:! (Leaving for
the States) washing-machin
(.CE., Porcelain) Frigidaira
(alh Porcelain) both 25 cycle
and in excellent condition. Al Also
so Also furniture. 373-B, 2nd. St.
Nw Cristobal. y; ,,
FOR SALE: Owner leaving
household furniture.' 38th street
No. 272, Bella Vitta. From 2 to
FOR SALE: Kenmore au automatic
tomatic automatic washer. 60 cycle, 7
month old. Call Albrook 5209.
FOR SALE: r- All porcelain
9 C-F. Westinghouse refriger-
etor, $100., G.E. wasing mi-
-chine $o0 new 60 cycles units
Phone Gamboa 6-441.
FOR SALE: Living room
tables, lamps, rugs, cabinet
radio, typewritter, -other house
hold articles. Tool; fishing -quipment.
741 D Enterprise
z Place next to Prado. t
i56re Spot
'WASHINGTON, April 18 (UP)U
The red sore on the tip of Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's nose has all but
uisappearea, ; '"..;,.-'-.
Only a tiny pink spot was visi
ble today at the presidential news
conierence.. i i
The sore was so apparent last
Wednesday V that,, the President
opened his news conference by ex
plaining that it was nothing ser
ious. He said it came from ultra
violet lamp treatment for his cold.
No BFrtHdayV?
Party For Red
Party ChielF; ; I
MOSCOW: April 18 UP)- So
viet Communist party chief Nikita
S. Khrushchev; marked his 63rd
birthday today. The occasion pass
ed unnoticed publicly.-,
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guests Pedro Miguel Boat Club',
Spaghetti Dinner April 25
6:30 p.m.

Specialists in Television, Hi-Fi,
Radio, Phonograph, Tansmit-
ters, i receivers, and all elec electronic
tronic electronic equipment. Service call-
$2.50. Call by 7:00 p.m. for
cam day service." All work
- guaranteed. Phone U.S. Te'evi-,
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Dulles Returns
From 10-Day j
Vacation
WASHINGTON, April 17 (UP)-
Secretary of ; State John Foster
Dulles returned oday from a 10 10-day
day 10-day vacation at his retreats on
Duck Island m Lake Ontario.
He said the vacation was won-
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Senate Confirms
New Civil Serivice
Appointments i :
WASHINGTON, April 18 (UP)
The Senate today confirmed bv
voice vote the nominations of
former. Rep.' Harris Ellsworth
(R-Ore), Christopher H. Phillips
and Frederick J Lawton to the
Civil Service Commission.
Ellsworth, who-was defeated for
reelection last year,, will become
chairman of. the.: new 'three 'three-member
member 'three-member commission.
derful" but like all vacations, it
ended too -soon. He was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. Dulles,
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' OTTAWA,1 April 18 (UP) The
E. Herbert Normaa suicide cane
exploded today with disclosure
that the Canadian envoy to Cairo
carried Royal Canadian Mounted
Police Communist tag in 1W, that
1 it was removed 10 years later, and
' that' a U.S. Senate Committee
learned the story through Cana Cana-;
; Cana-; da'S own security channel.
Norman, AmDassador to Egypt
' and Leoanon, jumped to his oeui
' irom a Cairo buuding late last
"month. Canadian oiuaals Named
' his death on aespondenc over a
U.S. senate Subcommittee's re recent
cent recent resurrection of th eir old
charge that he was a Communist.

iALCIUl nuauv --
B. Pearson, whose nanaiing 01
the Worman issue was sharpiy cn cn-'.'ticized'i
'.'ticized'i cn-'.'ticized'i oy several newspapers,
t barea to public scrutiny lor t h e
first time last niKht tne circum-

,tancea leading to Norman's sui-
li .rear son answered charges and
recitals of charges against Mor Mor-man
man Mor-man in a telegram to tne editor of

the Montreal Gazette.
Th statement was aimed dir

ectiy at three flays of columns oy
Ottawa corresponaent Arthur
Blakely which were largely an

indictment oi the governmeui s ai ai-I'ood
I'ood ai-I'ood bunelins ot the Norman

' atllki ',

' t'i'he statement also answered the
charges and comments against
Norman by U.S. Senate SuQcora-

mittee counsel Robert Morns.
; The Gazette published the text
of Pearson's statement on its edi editorial
torial editorial page without comment.
I!ev Soviet Nuclear
Explosion Recorded
WASHINGTON, April 18 (UP) -The
Atomic Energy Commission
announced today that the Rus Russians
sians Russians on Tuesday set off "one of
the largest" nuclear explosions in
their current test series.
ri Today's was the 23rd 'U. S. an announcement
nouncement announcement of j a Russian atomic
test since September, 1949 howev however
er however many of the U.S. ; announce announcements
ments announcements referred to entif test pro programs,
grams, programs, instead of -single- shots, i
. The Soviet total is greater than
23. Informed sources believe it to
be 40-plus. i
: The new announcement, issued
by AEC Chairman Lewis L. i
' 6trauss, said the Tuesday test was
staged "at a site in Central Asia
Ereviously used for such opera opera-ons."
ons." opera-ons." ; !'.
There was nothing in the an announcement
nouncement announcement to indicate whether
the weapon was a large A-bomb
r an H-bomb of medium power.
So far this month the Russians
dave tested atomic weapons on
April 3, 6, 10, 12 and 16.

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CONFERRING King Hussein of Jordan, left, discusses the
formation of a new cabinet with former Defense Minister
Abdul Halim Nimr In Anman, Jordan during the current
confused political situation there. The King later rejected
the cabinet proposed by Nimr.
King Hussein Speaks Out
Against Imperialist Foes

ChipBohlen ;
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Leaves Russia
For Aew Posf

MOSCOW, ApriM8 (UP) U.
S. Ambassador Charles E. (Chip)
Bohlen leaves the; Soviet Union
for home today with the best
wishes of Communist Party Boss

NiKlta a. Knrusncnev.

The 52-year-old diplomat Is

leaving his post after four years

here for a new appointment to
the Philippines. subject to U.S.

Senate confirmation.

Russian leaders appeared ge

nuinely sorry to see him leave.

Khrusncnev toia nonien at a

Syrian Embassy reception last
night. "We hate to 6ee you go...
we understand you and you un understand
derstand understand us."

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92nd YEAR

PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1957

FITt CENTS

US Demands Ouster Of Soviet Embassy Empl qye
Atfer Attempts To Lure Refugees Back To ;Russia

AMMAN, Jordan, April 17 (UP)
King Hussein, speaking to his
people for the first time since his
victory over leftist forces, vowed
today to struggle "until I die"
against the "real enemies" divid dividing
ing dividing his Arab nation. : -
The young monarch, in a policy

statement, lashed out at the

Little League

Boys 8, Girls 7

Hussein told his subjects.

"I am against those who are

the real enemies of our nation,
those who receive principles from
outside and have no loyalty to our

iana," tne Ring added

Sources said the Kind's SDirited

"imnprialists" and Israel. He said! attack on imperialism did not sd-

Jordan "accepts fheArab national My-r to the proposed Eisenhower

nniirv which is not influenced by uoctrine mission to Jordan of UJS

any other government." special presidential envoy James
"I swear I will struggle for you P. Richards,
until I die and I will adopt the The Eisenhower Doctrine was a

Key issue in last weeK's Jordanian

King's ouster of leftist Premier

Suleiman Nabulsi. Nabulsi was re reported
ported reported strongly opposed to Rich

ards visit here to discuss he

doctrine.

Late today, U.S. Ambassador
Lester Dewitt Mallory called on

new moderate premier Hossein
Khalidi. and on Nabulsi. who was

taken into the new cabinet as for

eign Minister in a compromise
move.

It was understood the confer conference
ence conference concerned the proposed visit
of Richards. A source close to the
royal palace said Richards is like likely
ly likely to be invited to Jordan during

uis vuiicui miuuie cast xour.
In his messaee to the ninnl

King, Hussein thanked the nation
and the rmy "for their support
and understanding" during the no-

uucai vi isis uiai culminated in
hia irictory over pro Soviet ele elements.'
ments.' elements.' .v. j .....
"I am against those who try to
enter between me and you and me
and our army," he, told his subjects.

The 22-year-old King lashed out

at imperialists,", who he said
"have divided our country into
small nations."
He specifically i referred to (he
loss of Palestine by the Arabs.
"World Jewry and Zionism are
working hard to build up Israel
and are doing everything to
strengthen this cancer in the heart
of the Arab world," the King said.

Bohlen will report to the State

Department in Washington be

fore taking up his new post in
Manila.

A C-124 Globemaster .flew

from Berlin yesterday to pickup

Bohlen. it naa a la-man Amer

way of liberated Arab countries," 1 ican crew and a Russian navi-

Seven girls and eight boys
were born at Oorgas Hospital

durlnir the week endlne at mia

night Monday, according to the
regular hospital report. During
that period, 216 patienU were

admitted ana la were ui
nhanred.

'The taamei and addresses of
the parents, of the girl babies

follow; Sgt. ana Airs. k. u. att

ledge, of Panama tuny; o-ogv
and Mrs. A. N. Daniel, of Al
brook; Mr. and Mrs. V. Ramel'

lini, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. K. R. Atkinson, of Ancon;
Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Perez, of

Panama City. MSet. and Mrs

Mrs. L. L. Wimberly, of Diablo

Terrace; and Mr. ana Mrs. i
O. Welsh, of Panama City.
Boys were born to the follow following
ing following narfmt.a' Mr. and Mrs. J.

o. Rivas. of Panama City: Mr.

and Mrs. A. B. Carroll, of Bal

boa; Lt. and Mrs. E E- Dan Dan-ley,
ley, Dan-ley, of Fort Kobbe; Lt. and Mrs.
D. Stevenson, of Paraguay; M
Set. and Mrs.-J. L. Marshall,

of Fort Clayton; Mr. and Mrs.
V. M. Perez, of Panama City;
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Turner, of
Panama City; anil Mr. and Mrs.
Ev P. Blog, of Rousseau.

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is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
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84
71
88
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planes flying over soviet ter
ritory. The Globemaster-j-larg'

est the U.S. Air Force has was
believed to be the first ver to

flv to Russia.

Boarding the plane for the
trip back today with Bohlen

were his wife their two- chil children
dren children and eight other U.S. State

Department employes:
Bohlen, a Harvard graduate,
is an expert on the Soviet Un Union
ion Union and fluent in the Russian

language. 'His wife,, the former
Avis Thayer, also speaks Rus

sian. A
He will be replaced here by
U. Alexis Johnson, U-S. Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador to Czechoslovakia, who
has been conducting marathon
negotiations in Geneva with a
Communist Chinese representa representative
tive representative for the release of American
prisoners held by the ; Peiping
regime. t,
USTop'ulation
Now 170,270,000
WASHINGTON AprU 18' (UPV-

The government estimated today
that the U.S. population stood at

about 170,270,000 on March 1.
' The Census Bureau said the es

timate represented an increase of

mtire than 19 million persons since
the last house-to-house census was

taken in AprU, 1950.

The State Department today or

dered the immediate ouster of a

Soviet Embassy employe for

"highly improper activities" in
trying to lure Russian refugees
back behind the Iron Curtain.
In a note to the Soviet Embassy
here," the department said
the presence in this country of
the employe, Gennadi F. Mash Mash-kantsev,
kantsev, Mash-kantsev, "is no longer considered
acceptable and the embassy is re requested
quested requested to arrange for his im immediate
mediate immediate departure."
' t i r
Department press officer Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln White told newsmen that

Mashkantsev tried to persuade

refugees to return to the Soviet

Union. White did not identify the
other Russians. i

The 337-year-old pirogov. Who

flew to freedom in a Red bomber
in 1948, said yesterday that Mash Mashkantsev
kantsev Mashkantsev twice called at his home

in nearby Virginia in an effort to

lure mm back to Russia, i
He told newsmen that Mash

kantsev offered him,', his wife and
three children, an expense paid

trip to any hoviet city they chose.

Pirogov said Mashkantsev : prom

ised he would not be punished for

nis detection.

Pirogov said he declined the of

i .

Peter PirogovJ a former Red air ier on grounds that VI have every

uimg ueie. 1
The Senate Internal Security
subcommittee plans to hold a pub public
lic public hearing on the incident shortly
after the annual congressional
Easter recess .ends April 29.
The note demanding Mashkant Mashkant-sev's
sev's Mashkant-sev's expulsion was handed this
morning to Soviet Embassy Coun Counselor
selor Counselor Sergei R. Striganov by Dep Deputy
uty Deputy Assistant Secretary of State
Jacob D. Beam.
Mashkantsev is the third Soviet
Embassy official expelled ;: from
the United States this year and
the fifteenth ousted since 1930. In
the seven-year period, the Soviet
government has expelled; eight
Americans from Russia, v t
The Soviet government frequent frequently
ly frequently retaliates against U.S. officials
in Moscow for any expulsion of a
Russian official from this coun country.
try. country.

41 Jobs Vacant In
Panama Canal Co.:
19 In Locks Div.
-Forty -one positions, 19 of them

open in tne lacks division wr
employes during the Locks Over Overhaul,
haul, Overhaul, are now vacant with the Ca Canal
nal Canal organization according to the
transfer-vacancy bulletin.
The Locks Division vacancies
are for eight riggers," five steam
locomotive crane engineers and

six towing locomotive operators.
In : addition, there are, permanent
openings in the Locks Division for
two guards, one general plant en en-gieer,
gieer, en-gieer, and a lock operator ma

chinist.
Other types of employment list

ed are blacksmith, bouermaker,
supervisory cargo clerk, clerical,

clerk-dictating macnine iranscnu iranscnu-er,
er, iranscnu-er, clerk stenographer, dipper
dredge engineer, engineering aid,

firefighter, industrial t equipment
repari foreman, : locomotive ma

chinist, macnimst, marine inspec inspection
tion inspection assistant, plumber, and sec

retary.

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Mashkantsev's pressure on Piro Pirogov
gov Pirogov was first -disclosed earlier
this week by Leon Volkov Soviet
affairs expert for Newsweek mag magazine,
azine, magazine, who revealed last ye3r that
five refugee sailors were kidnaped
by Soviet agents and returned to
Russia.
After an investigation of the in in-cldent,
cldent, in-cldent, the United States expelled
Aleksahder K. Gurgyanov. .and
Nikolai Turkin, both members of
the Soviet delegation to the United
Nations, ,'',.
.White said the department's
ouster 6f Mashkantsev did i not
stem entirely from the Newsweek
disclosure. 1 ,
"We were informed of this e-

Elephant Drives -Car
Into Clown;
Not. Par Of Act' :
CHELMSFORD,. England, ; April
18 (UP) -Coco,'. a 60-year-old cir circus
cus circus clown j "was hospitalised With
a broken : foot ( today because an
elephant became rattled and
staged an impromptu "comedy
act. -- 1
The elephant, Kam, ; awaiting a
cUe to" drive a car into the ring,
took off from the wings ahead of
schedule.; She drove up behind
Coco just' as the clown was taking
ft bow. f
' It looked like part of the act, but
Coco said today it wasn't..;

cently ,and looked into it,'! he ex ex-plaind.
plaind. ex-plaind. "This was the action
taken." r 1

Athens Crowd
Gives Makarios
Hero's Welcome

ATHENS, April 18 (UP) Arch Archbishop
bishop Archbishop Makarios received a con.
queror's welcome when he re :
turned, from exile today with a
pledge that the anti-British under underground
ground underground on Cyprus would fi?ht to
the end for annexation by Greece.
"We do not want trusteeship of
rule by others!" th$ Greek Ortho Orthodox
dox Orthodox prelate shouted in a balcony
speech to thousands of cheering
Greeks, "We. want self-determination,
and we will fight for it!"
"Self-determination" on Cyprus,
wWe 80 per cent of the people
speak I Greek, effectivelv means

annexation by Greece, wmcn last
owned the strategic island 30-odd
centuries ago.
An estimated 100,000 persons
greeted Makarios when he arrived
t. a'r on the last v leg of the
roundabout journey irom the Sey Seychelles
chelles Seychelles Islands,1 where Britain ex exiled
iled exiled him 13 months ago. -The
! British agreed to release
him last month, on condition that
he stay away from Cyprus. He is
free to go anywhere else he pleas-
es. '

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