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RESCUE, JEEP OVERTURNS
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'EvcsSvc and Unfcir'
: SeoWeve .PC?:
' ' 1 .2." wi Panami Cahal prolectf were critic critic-;
; critic-; !? Icojd -Tbcjm Un "eva.lv. and
' A" ind the BubUat Urge aiwtneiner "P
1 U kn ITS
'l'ufc i irrOtlD'S reporv
SSSty Tnd neatly increased
T ThV weU-estabUshed ma-
Ft. Davis Soldier -iCsrccn$
' Ko cliargii have been Wed yet
the Diversiuii o-
mSXDale' Uro, Jelleed ot ft
i?ed tobe wrtoueilMU today by
cEo'Sohr officials., but car
,H. rmart said that hl
''ear vu apparently travelling at
V a high-speed south on
. Highway ai ne lnirrKiuui.
Oullck Road, when the accident
r happened at 12:25.
- The car travelled a distance of
; 150 feet onthe shoulder of the
road, struck a tree, careened off
tn mad and ended up on its
left side in the waters of Dlver-
slpn Lake, about nine ieet irora
the east bank,
- Police said today they were
ami lnvestieatln the accident.
The aerReant Is with M Compa-
.py of the 20th infantry.
Potter To Hold ;
Got. W. X.
potter vrf!I hold hlsiman counted each adult d
regular bi-monthly ahirt sleeve
conference witht presidents of
-the Latin American Civic Coun-lpoUre
cil tomorrow. - i The bus driver told the. Ju Ve:
The conference will be held hi, "As a father of seven aometrines
" the board room In the AdminU-jl find condition force m to do
t ration Bu.id.ng starting at 2.thir" to make a living which 1
Tcr'ica on the agenda Include
rQjrst for hot water heaten
In Filnbow C-'ty's permanPTit-
tvpe structures, a su?eest:on
that ffrtain Rainbow c;ty a
partrrer.t wiixicvi hove ioxvrej.
"d a r?q;-je!t for police prctec-
' t;on f.ir Carrp Ccvner cr)v!
the present waterway and Tea Tea-nnt
nnt Tea-nnt nlin fnv their solution;
rti .ffrt. f prts for ,ln
creased T capacltyroii liA that
must oe imposcu va Binvy
using the canaf, especiauy in
oC Its greatesir customer -r m
a nuriMn mnrrhiuit marine.'
With strongly 'implied boost
to supporters o me aeraunat
Lake-third, lock proposal, war
tin noted: t?i- 'i.vCy-"!
v"ln contrast' ..Terminal Lake
advocates who Include .many
persons of distinction, have en en-rtiinrfd
rtiinrfd en-rtiinrfd to consider fully these
three factors,' as well as the
minr others that dd1v. and to
present them forthrightly in their
discussion ana vie wo. t,
.' "The lake-lock plan. It to Im-U
portant to note, aoea not re require
quire require a new treaty with f the
Republic of, Panama. Moreover,
. its cost would be only a frac--tioa
of the vast expenditure,
for any aea-levei anderUking."
Martin referred to' the "salu "salutary
tary "salutary results" produced by the
recent Independent Inquiry Into
an official recommendation to
abandon the Panama .. Railroad
which, fthwarted an effort by
the Panama Canal Company to
liquidate this 'vital ; trans-Isthmian
rail -link and reversed the
decision oi the routine admlnla admlnla-tators.y
tators.y admlnla-tators.y ;,:; :,
In 'conclusion, he remarked:
"The results or-the railroad in investigation)
vestigation) investigation) supply eloquent ev evidence
idence evidence of thet ven areater nec
essity for Independent inquiry for
the tremendously more Impor
tant canal policy question or. the
type of the future canal."
Driver $15 Rod a
Carrying an excessive amount
of passengers on his bus today
netted Panamanian Bias Bftan Bftan-court
court Bftan-court a $5 fine in Balboa Mag Magistrate's
istrate's Magistrate's Court..
T8he 28-year-old defendant
told the judge that buses were
usually erowaeo oecanse of tne
Holy Week holiday, and he ad admitted
mitted admitted that he was transporting
52 people In a bos whose capaci capacity
ty capacity is 31.
Bftancourt aald -he dldnt
think that children counted -"as
passer.eera. The arresting ooUce-
'child for a passenger when nei
j submitted hi count of 52 to thej
norr.iasry wouiam ao.
His t jt was so loaded, trn po-i
licemaa tsulied tntt it covin
hard!y make it up over a hlil
near the Limits. He had been
;itcpped ty a policeman after he
p:;d away from a bus stop at
Chnrrilio. and when asked to
f ull over to the oide of the rad,
i.-.e arrcstirir officer Mid fxiay,
'the bus could taxily maks 1W
. M v.,.-
A notable Increase in the sale
of foodstuff since the "closing"
f the Canal Zone Commissar-.
Us has been reported by Ro
dolfo Barraza Jr., president (
the : Association of Foodptuff
According to the trade mag magazine
azine magazine "Comldia y Bebldas,"
Barraza said the" volume of
sale tends to Increase daily. He
said his' report was based on
information a u b m itted by
' members of the association.
Canal Zone commissaries
stop catering on Jan. 1 to em employes
ployes employes who llve: outside the
Canal Zone in compliance, with
the new- Panama-TJ.5,; treaty. ;.
Dy Worst Quake:,
In Seven Years
BOGOTA. April 22 (UP)-Co.
lombia a worst eartnquaKe in
seven years" shook the northern
and eastern nortlons of ; this
country yesterday, rocking tall
buildings here ana causing; pan panic
ic panic in some places. i.
There was no Teport of casual casualties
ties casualties or serious damage.
The ouake. which occurred a-
bout 4 cm., centered 225 miles
north of here. It was felt most
In the northeastern cities.
In Bogota, the aaake was most
noticeable In tall buildings. The
motion was sufficient to set
chandeliers swaying and Jiggle
-Panic wa most tironouncedn
Bucaramanga,. which was heavi heavily
ly heavily damaged in the quake of June
& 1950. Hundreds of Bucarai
maneans fled from their homes
into the streets.
However, the shock felt in the
provincial city was very light"
--even ies man m uogoia. v.
' Anybody cooking with gas?
Canal Zone police today said
they were looking for the owner
or a Hot point electric, range
found In Red Tank."
It may be claimed at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Police' Station. a .. -',
RP Father Gets
An unemployed Panamanian
who said he was just trying- to
provide some tooa lor n siarv siarv-in
in siarv-in wife an4 three children on
Oood Friday, today landed in
Jail for 20 days. ;
Charged today -with trespass-ins-
in the Curundu Dumn Area,
Celedonio Solano tearfully told
a hard luck story to the Balboa
Maeistrate. He aald he woke up
on Good Friday without a cent
in the house for-food and with
a sick mother to support in ad addition
dition addition to his v wife and three
youngsters. .y 't' .,' T
, "Military Pbllce picked ap the
32-year-ld Panemaniaa- jatt
aa he was leaving the damp
f area, cartyfar a sack ef scrap
iren on his baca. He was wav waving
ing waving Uward the Panama boun boundary
dary boundary live when apprehhended,
they aald. v
Solano told the court he had
a partially paralyzed leg and a
back Injury -which prevented
him from working. He said he
couldn t support his dependents
In any other way, and waa just
trying to "get my children some
bread." He said he gathered up
what he thought was lust being
thrown out as June at tne dump.
"I have no place to get any
help from anyone, or borrow
money," he pleaded In court
Give Iflvcs Up ;
To Pc:t Custody
s d men were recov
ered last e.enirr. Headquarter
VS. Anrv Caribbean said to
day, and have been returned to
the U.S. rrcv var;otean guara
house at Tort Ciavton.
The men. Pvt. John D. Nichols
and Pvt. Russell Drink witer
had escaped while on a work
detail at Port Clayton Saturdsv
mornirg. They had been held
in custody to alt trial in
charge ef slleeediy being ab ab-ent
ent ab-ent without leave.
Both r-.en -tve themMlves up
at O Co. 2ftn Kantry Regl-
meet. Tort Kotbe, iMt cJitW
C.Z. CUST0...S .it!
Tl 1 0 U Gl IT 0 ? 7E
, .. Several Canal Zono customs men said t6day that they
objected ito-the prospect Jof posiblj(,'donninj imiforjmt'in
the fuure At presenth(i 50-odd customs employes
wear onlywhita hats to identify them.as officials.) .. (
, ths Canal said today trjat, in Inquiry was beinjmade
among Customs' personnel to get their viewpoint's) on! the
wsaring of. uniforms. 1 I ' "1"'
''Nbthlng has been decided as
yet," a Canal spokesman added.
Customs men. claim that now
when they get off duty all they
have to do is remove their hats,
sine they ; wear civilian clothes
on the Job. with uniformav-they
say. it will fee-a' big, toother
Several people connected with
the customs officials i-offered
their endorsement Of .the plan.
"Now you can't tell whether a
man is from customs, or lust a
cab driver It sure would help us
Identify, them If they wore unt
forms," one said today, V
Former tolcn Boxer
Slabbed In Throat
In 'Sccrela' Office
ForVner Panama bantamweight
championship contender ; Juan
Dlas II today was reported near
death after he was stabbed In
the throat by Joseph Pranklin
DaCosta in the oriices of tne co colon
lon colon Secret Police. i. .;. 5.
. Diaz, whose real name is Rob Robert
ert Robert Edwards, had been called to
the "Secreta'' office in connec
tion! with a fight, he had, this
morning .' -with, his common-law
wife. Franclsca Francis, v While
pias was. giving his version- of i
tne fray, Dacosia aiiegeaiy.sup aiiegeaiy.sup-nedun
nedun aiiegeaiy.sup-nedun behind the ex-boxer and
plunged a knife blade into? his
throat. .,, .-V;.,,, m
DaCosta had reportedly Inter Intervened
vened Intervened as a mediator during the
fleht between Diaz and his wife.
The former prize fighter was
rushed to the Amador Ouerrerp
Hospital bleeding profusely. It
Is believed that he suffered a
severed artery or veliu s v
20 Days Hard Luck STory- Fails To Impress
"iihit e-lve me a, chance.
- Said Judge John E. Denting:
I already gave yon a chance
but yoa took advantage of it."
He was referring to a similar
charge of trespassing filed a a-gainat
gainat a-gainat the defendant en Nov.
1. At that time, the two Other
mea charged Jointly with him
- i - -- ' :
TV'S TOP MOXKY-MIXXER Robert Strom, 10, plays at
aetking protection from bank guard James Corcoran leJU
and Oeftrge Etique after becoming the biggest quiz ihow prae
winner In t!evision history. Robert Jumped hi earnings to,
S192.000 on The $64,000 Question" in New Tork. The young youngster,
ster, youngster, who specialize In the scientific category, has a chance
to win yet another S64,cr0 next week -without rUking any of
ta pctieat winnings
aSiIj G UNI F0 fitt
I r ( 11 l Hi -. v i
. Customs employes at present
receive -a smau allotment to
cqver,purchase,of their, hatSi.'
ii$lri2l Dlyisiqn ;
Fcr llcperange Job
- An official from.' the Mount
Rnn.' JChlnnlrilT KVl ftf ITncrlanrl
arrives tomorrow to, begin survey
of. the British freighter AHone AHone-range
range AHone-range whlch was. ravaged by lire
And is now waiting at a Balboa
pier tp be towed tot Texas, j
Wiifbrd an McKay, agents'for
the 6171-ton vessel said they re received
ceived received word that an official of
the owner's 'company was flying
In tomorrow. He said the, man's
In reply to a query asrto. whe whether
ther whether the disabled vessel could
be repaired here, k Panama Ca
nal spokesman said: v -'.- i
v "The Industrial Division is set
uo to handle routine mainten
ance overhaul of Panama Canal
f'oatt equipment, ahd.
gency. voyage repairsfor com
merclal shipping ? r:cv t
It was learned that the own owners
ers owners felt it might take the..CU',
not tnree times tne normal
time- required to -repair the
vessel because 1 the i men Lean
Iwork. only me ehift a &av.
The Honerange was damaged
by fire which broke out In its
engine room two weeks ago aft after
er after the ship had made its Canal
transit. i r .-
-About 1220 tons-'of soy beans,
damaged by-the -flrs. was un unloaded
loaded unloaded and dumped at' Diablo.
The ship still has oil board 7780
tons of beans bound for: Japan
rom Baton Rouges La.,
, were- sent 'to jail,' land Solan
got sir on a one year prona pronation.
tion. pronation. ; ( -.
The defendant, complained
that -the military police had
roughed him un when ho was
nicked uo at the dump. -Aft MP
told the court today that he put'. A Canal Zone 'officer, pohited
the defendant in a Jeep, found. out that th man at first refused
J HE PULSE
A TOTAL of, 2.968 vehicles,
carrying an estimated 15,000 per persona
sona persona went into the interior past
the Arraijan checkpoint auring
the Holy Week, according to po police
lice police reports today,
iOnJjt, two fatal accidents wete
who waa run Ver- an killed by
on. antomnbiiK "on (Ml rriaay
and a 70-vear-old wdman who
lfiiiprf u.!t nicrht when a ta
xl driven by her sob collided
with, a truck while returning, to
Panama City,; k
. The tabloid La Mora today
called on police authorities
and the judge of the Minort
Court to look Mo the matter
of begging by small children
on the. streets. i
, ; V The paper, reports thdt hun hundreds'
dreds' hundreds' vf small children, the
majority unde seven-year a oj
aget can be seen dally begging
Jor money tOt buy Jood-ror
'sweets. Dressed in rags and
with hunger reflected an their
faces, these children usuauy
approach customers to beg for
nickels to satisfy their hunger
or their thirst, the paper said.
V "v .-.
1 K l
reported that Panama cattlemen
have complained to the, Forfign
Office that Canal Zone authpro-
tles have boueht 50.000 DOAinos
of "choice beef at
ner nound from Australllf This
1 AlMn V. I, Kk I..,,..
that the purchase will otn,;UW.
way forthe lmportatlorl of TpUer
type pf. beef. ,vy j y
-i 'iMAin. M'iri rta r"
Zone authorities avoided an
ing directly when asked during
a meeting what would happen
if UjS. cattlemen became aware
that the U.S government was
going to buy meat in Australia.
i' ':, '.-''' ''' ,r -''
'f The same paper reported
that only 38$ of 1008 buses op op-aerating
aerating op-aerating in and around Pdna Pdna-1
1 Pdna-1 ma City have been duly regis-
teredi.- i ': r ,'-.
another MP who speaks Spanish
and then merely searched Sola Solano.
no. Solano. "We're only allowed- to use
force when it Is necessary, since
the man was not fighting us,
there was no force' used la this
case. : - r
t ui iriwR n i jb nmmir nssrns a nn
gave them an alias when he was.
arrested. He finally told them
his right name just -as the Pan
ama police arrived at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Police station :, to identify
"l feel sorry for you and your
family, bat yon shouldn't have
takea advantage of my being
lenient with you before."
He revoked the probation on
the earlier charge, sentencing
Solano to serve 10 days on the
old charge, and an additional io
days on today's charge.
The. defendant s wife broke ont
In tears and marched out of the
court, followed bv her three chil children
dren children and mother. t
WINS A BRIDC Charlee Van Doren, who turned down mar-
riage proposal from hundreds of women when he was the
nation' television quls champion, married hi 22-year-old
secretary, Geraldine Ann Bernstein, at St. Thomas, Vlrgtn
Wand. It was the first marriage for "both and probably will
aave the 31-year-old university teacher about $20,000 in Fed- ;
eral income tax on the $129,000 he won on television 4ast-Msxoh-
Uses, the two art shown in Ktw York.
Mot Be Cowed-;
By Atom Rattling
v NEVYORK, April 22 P) Secretary of Stat
John foster Dulles today told the Soviet Union that "col "col-..ctive
..ctive "col-..ctive measuses are here to stay" and, that the free
world will? not be cowed by;Rus$ian threats of atomic ah"'
nihilation. -" l.
. The Secretary affirmed the role of ''mobiie retoliV
tory power" as the "principal dettrrent to aggressive 'war
but emphasized the continued need for conventional
forces to cope with "local action."
At the same time he expressed confidence that "con-i
trols and reduction of arms are possible; desirable and in
the last reckoning indispensable." , : f:'
He warned, however, 4hat progress towards disarniai
ment "is likely to come by steps carefully measured anA
. Dulles spoke before the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press annual luncheon
His speech, entitled "Dynamic
Peace" was a wrap-un of devel
opment In u.8. foreign policy
since he last spoke before- the
press body one year ago.- ;
Tne secretary or state at bib
ought "an evolution to
.freedom'' m 4 the satellites
without inciting ."violent re-
t yolt," He bad mde a similar
iea n nis tan major aaoresa
i Dallas on Oct. 27,, at the
.height, of the Hungar4an re
He said the United States
sought "the liberation of the cap captive
tive captive nations hot to encircle Rus Russia
sia Russia with hostile forces,- but be
cause peace Is in Jeopardy and
freedom a word of mockery un until
til until the divided nations are re reunited'
united' reunited' and the captive .nations
are set free."
Although .Dulles did npt spell
it out he presumably referred to
the continued division of Germa Germany
ny Germany as one of the prime sources
of world friction. .',
He cited "an example" which
demonstrates the blessings of
liberty" as the best means of in instilling
stilling instilling hope and faith into sat satellite
ellite satellite nation In their struggle to
gain more freedom.- 1 1 1--
: As examples of encouraging
"an Revolution : to freedom"
Dulles mentioned the world worldwide
wide worldwide U.S. information pro-,
i gram, VS. action in the U.N. to
support Hungary and the help-
ing hand given Poland ta her
straggle to obtain a measure
of independence from Kremlin
"Events of the past year Indi Indicated
cated Indicated that the pressures of lib liberty
erty liberty are rising," he added.
- Commenting on recent Soviet
threats to atom-bomb NATO na nations
tions nations if they permitted estab establishment
lishment establishment of American nuclear
bases oh their soil. Dulles said
"we can be confident that such'
Soviet assaults will not disinte
grate the free world."
Dulles cautioned that the free
world's use of its retaliatory pow power
er power ""would depend on circum circumstances:"
stances:" circumstances:" -.
He said "the essential is that
a would-be aggressor should re-
. k V:,
Allre that be cannot v maka -armed
aggression a paying ;":
proposition." r ',
The secretary also made thess
I ctin hr supporting i i-the
the i-the United NaUoiig against th:
FranooHFuaUsh ta terpen tion 4i-(,
world was not to go as it went
when the League of Nation cov-'
enant .wa disregarded. ,v , ":
1 H termed the ilVedskh. Ut ;
take the Middle East crisis to the -world
body for settlement the
exercise of foreign policy, -and It 1
exercise in the wav which rn- ?
resents the best hope of human!.
The sedretary emphasized that
current VS. efforU to settle ths
East crisis would -bring v about
conditions better than those out
pf which, the recent violence waa waa-born."
born." waa-born." ,,' t
2 The United States '. would -support
Independence" for the nearly
one-third of humanity that haa
emerged into national sovereign!
ty during the last decade "if they!
desire it and show the capacity
. At the same time h rejecteev
neutralist sentiments. aavln?
"there Is no safe middle ground?
In the struggle between freedom
and Communism, ;
J Dulles urged greater em-'
phasis on economic aid to for-,
eign nation, Ha saipr "military
collaboration to sustain peace r
will collapse unless we also,
collaborate to spread the
blessings of liberty.
He said U.S.. support of-"eco
nomic development abroad was
not a "giveaway operatlop." ,-
5 Congressmen -To
Daniel J Flood (D-Pa.). and
John F. Shelley (D-Cai). mem-
bers of the House Appropriations
Committee, are among the five
congressmen listed as passengers
aboard the Panama liner Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal due here from New York
Thursday. ; -j '-. f
The other VJi. congressmen
Included on the advance passen passenger
ger passenger list are Rep. Torbert H Mac-
donald D-Mass a member of -the
House Merchant Marine and
Fisheries Committee; Rep. Joel
T. Broyhlll R-Vs.) and Ren.
John J. Dempsey (D-N.M.). 1
are accompanied by their wives.
-. ..--wi 4.. "v
Flood has "visited the Canal
Zone on previous occasions.
S25 Bail; Fqils
To Answer Charge
An American charged a -itU?
disturbing the peace today far far-felted
felted far-felted $25 ball when he failed
to appear in Balboa Macts Macts-trate's
trate's Macts-trate's Court to answer charss.
The defendant was Louis H.
White, 38. who was accused of
using indecent language tn tha
prejence of women and ca..JM
va Sunday aiternoca.
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MONDAY, APRIL 22, 1957
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ettert are rccefveo' grarefiillT and ara handled1 in a wholly confidential
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exfiressed in letters from readers. .
7H MAIL BOX
Ely VICTOR RlISEL
I am offering my three eldest cnuaren ior aaopiion w any
family, civilian or military, wving in a lespecwuie ueiBiuvuuvu
In tlno flam 7.nvp'
They are stood, clean, healthy girls, ages 10, 9, and and
' Ithelr mother and I feel we are neglecting our duty to them cy
trying to bring them up in an isolated corner of Pedro Miguel,
t Mutiu aiiv thie is not a Dermanent arrangement. You ma;
2 only enjoy my daughters' company until such time as the Air
Z Force allows mvself and family housing in Lacona', or other stand-
lard NCO quarters.
f This was eight months in writing, and only being written to
i"i I spare my girls another eight months or more of the. absolute zero
they have thus-far been subjected to on this tour,
, ? All prospective 'fathers mothers' are cordially Invited to
meet my family and self any evemng (preieraDiy alter seven )
and talk over this situation over a pot of delicious S. A. coffee.
tL liveiaay as me new amuassnuur oi u..i o-.s uepaiuneui
ffit thsr Republic of Panama.
"' H. D. Raymond as his assistant, to become ambassador when
Lovelady moves to a higher position.
R. Wagner of the CLU as permanent representative of the
i Canal Zone in Washington.
-Dr. Berger of the Gorgas outpatient clinic, for the Legion of
Lovelady's first duty will be to give George Westermaftithe
publicity which he craves (according to his recent speeches In
the United Nations), then silence him.
I should also appoint someone to look into the Zone Police
Department's constant arresting of honest tourists trying t gyp
Panamanian taxi drivers. That Is definitely not a crime. These
honest tourists should be given medals Instead of fines.
PANAMA PRICES OUT OF CONTROL
Sir: .. . . ..
The other day I heard a Dig Panama Dusinessman Doasung
over his ever-increaslnc volume or sales sience tne wanai ion
commissaries closed their doors to local-raters wno live in ran-ami.
f The businessman In question was obviously very pleased wun
! the situation. I can Just imagine him greedily rubbing his hands
i with glee as reads his sales report at the end of each month,
i I think It's about time, though, that President de la Guardia
and his nrlce Control Office do something 'concrete aDout cut
ting, down prices, in addition to fulfilling his promise br clamp
down on unauthorized price increases. By now wices should be
coming down on staple goods, instead or remaining- at.tneir pre
sent high levels. i
Jit rAklltt mIiiIaaamUI..!
Harry 1 rumen doolored the
Dave Becks of the land. The ex.
president, whom many r labor
loaders roneiiy nicknamed their
"best business agent" during hit
years in the White House, said
tne time had come to protect
the workingmen, their dues nd
their. unions- from ." thets who
can't tell the difference between
tne people's money and their
Mrt Truman had same cmhrl
wyius jo- me senate, investigation
oi racKeceerinc ana tne wav
wsi bemi handled by men who
once neipeij, mm guiae this land.
As we spoke, the-ex- President
ma uui scuia, nor ma ce t 1 1
i uere were sioucai overto. ; as
ne said mat su tnis couiu aave
oeen avoided lonii eeo if his ieari
nau neen loiiowea back in 1949. it
v,as" v that time, v he asserted,
uiai ne uegan to taice notice ot la
bor's huge sums piling up in trea
euiies una pension ana welfare
He summoned his Attorney Gen
eral Tom Clark, now a Justice of
tne Supreme Court. The then Pres
ident of the U.S. wanted these
funds looked into and he notic noticed
ed noticed the corruption seeping into the
". sat i i i-fv-: tj
I had telephoned Mr. Trumaft
at his Kantas City office, recall,
ing that .fie had once asked his
Attorney1 General to call In the
late Dan Twin, then T e e m e
president and warn him that
corruption had better be wiped
out or the- Teamster of the Jus Jus-tieo
tieo Jus-tieo Dept. would simply have to
jail seme of Its loaders. I thought
it was Tom Clark and the ex ex-.President
.President ex-.President put me straight with
the only personal note ef pride
in the entire talk. y
VHes Godd-b;yt' With Wheels He'd Be Terrific"
Here's a case in point. Five pounds of native granulated sugir
used to sell (and probably still. does) for" 36 cents in the loeial
rate commissaries: the sarpe amount of native sugar .in our low low-price
price low-price super-markets Is "80 centar, almost twice m much (on week week-enda
enda week-enda they sometimes klndheartedly drop theprlce'to 59). The
nnmmlugn nrl for netlvn ernde A rice used tn hs 38 or 10
cents for four pounds; the big-hearted Panama supermarkets
sell the same product for 7q cents, ana sometimes tne ejusaity is
not so good.
How about it,. Mr. President? How about putting your price
control agency to work to bring the price of Panama products
down to approximately the same level or tne commissary prices.
Surely the local producer who sells sugar to the Commissary
Division makes a profit on the sale. If the Commissary can add
a few cents to cover overhead costs and sell five pounds, at 38
cents, why can't the Panama super-markets sen at a more rea rea-j
j rea-j sonable price, says 40 or 45 cents? Sixty cents la definitely too
"I'm relying on my memory
Mr. Truman cmickled:'but I've a
pretty good memory. It m u s t
nave been Howard McGrath who
called in Tobin. You're talking of
tht, early fifties; I'm talking of
."At that time I became concern
ed over the big funds and thought
the union members' money should
be protected.- In 1949, I suggested
mai me rati-uaruey law De a
mended. orinciDallv to orotect u-
nion funds. Much could have been
done. All this you talk about today
could have been avoided. It all
could htve been protected then. It
all could have been avoided.
"Tnejnuman animal is about the
same wnether you start with the
orner turocting vsuic. id
it to resuis roe lure or
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WASHINGTON i- Sen. Tom Hen-
nings of Missouri has drafted a re
solution of Senatorial aooloev to
Canada for making nubile the sec-
retsecurity data which brought a a-boiuvthe
boiuvthe a-boiuvthe suicide of Herbert Nor
man, Canadian Ambassador, to E-
, &uch an' apology ?was what the
Candian government -has ..wanted J
since h regards tne senate, not the
State, Department, as responsible
ior oreaKing comiaence. a
However, there's little likrfihnnfl
that the Seriate would nasi uch
resolution unies drastically water
ed down. s
About 90 of the 96 Senators mieht
iavor-sucn .an apology privately.
but publicly few are likelv to back
it for an Interesting and 'signifi-
wens reason. r ?
The reason goes to the heart of
why the Senate Internal Security
subcommittee has been allowed to
operate almost at will.
Chairman of the. Internal Securi
ty subcommittee is big, balding
cigar-smoking Jim Eastland of Mis
sissippi, Democrat. Eastland is
also chairman of the Senate Judi Judi-cian
cian Judi-cian Committee and. as such. in.
These are the bill for pensions,
Immigration permits, eltlxenship,
damage, etc., which every Sen Sen-ate
ate Sen-ate must squeeze through Con
f ros in order to got re-elected.;
hey constitute the groat bulk
ef every session's legislation.' And
constitute the greet bulk ef every
seselorrs legislation, And el nee
Jim f astland- sits at cxer over
the Judiciary Committee, he can
block them or speed tnemiwM'
So only a few Senators want to
antagonize Jim Eastland by push
ing an apology to Canada which
would reflect on him. v
members- of the Internal' Security
subcommittee were out of town. It -served
as a build-up to run foe the
.Both Morris and Sourwine know
that they can always get 100 per
cent ;, support .from a majority of
the Senators on. their 'committee
through the Republicrat team of
Jenner and Eastland.--
Supporting them are Butler JMd
Hruska (Neb.), Republicans;' ysnd
usually McClellan (Ark. I nH ffr.
vin ,(N.C), Democrats- n
Watkins of Utah. Renubllcan: and :
Neely of West Virginia, Democrat,
have opposed them, but. are over
Downtrodden America h Woman
By BOB RUARK
!ew'.'!iM;.)M.wrytwffy fi jieeiwoiiwi
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"OO-OOOO. IT TiCKLESJ" WheUier it's thle gtUant
senilcman'r whiskers or not, it's certain that actDess Ingrid
Bergman has a king-sized case of the giggles during this cere ceremony
mony ceremony in Paris. Member of tee Order of Courtesy had just
presented the medal she wears.
,','The Interstate Commerce Com.
mission, you U remember, was cre
ated because railroad tycoons were
stealing money. The Securities and
fxenange commission was creat created,
ed, created, so people wouldn't be robbed by
blue sky salesmen. Remember .the
"Then there came protection for
bank deposits because so many
people who. were operating banks
couldn't tell their own money from
"What the union oeonle who oav
Idues today need is protection.
"Money is the root of all evil.
Now we have some of this evil. It
is human nature to err. We need
laws against this. I'm a union
man, but I'm for the protection of
me ieuow wno pay me aues.
I broke In hero to ted' him ef
the evening Jlmmle Petrllle end
I joshed hint at e banquet. Jin.
mie asked Mr. Truman the
pianist to pay up his duos In
the American Federation of Mu Musicians'.
sicians'. Musicians'. We were surrounded by
e forest ef nlne-foet-tall Secret
Service men. And I tugged J Ira Irani
ni Irani ie by the coat-tails e e y I n
these birds ed no seme ef hw
mer...t . :
; s' ':'. 1 : '.
I reminded Mr. Truman that hoi
We drop a tear todav for the
downtrodden American wo man.
wno, it i read my Russian's right,
nave repiacea tne mme as Ameri America's
ca's America's most popular beast of burden.
We exploit our women, accordine
to the latest bulletin from Moscow,
maxe uem do all the nard lobs
in the coal mines, and have estab established
lished established a special 60-hour work-week
lor our colored ladies.
I got a tanu dame that t exploit,
and you never saw anybody work
like this one. Up before dawn, eve
ry cay a matter oi plain truth.
since she usually hits the sack a a-bout
bout a-bout 5 a.m. be suae I make her
work after hours. By the time she's
milked 10 cows, slon'ned the hose.
and fed the chickens, it is time for
breakfast.' - '.;...,
. You should see .her, grinding the
eernmeal by hand, chopping th
firewood irom.the virgin forest,
rushing down to fish through holes
in the Ice'se I may not miss my
morning kippers, rendering down
tne .ard;, Snatching eggs from the
chickens; grinding the coffee besns,
and nicking the fruit so I miv
haVe a balanced- diet.
After breakfast you carl see her
doing the dishes with one hand and
making the beds eteent the one
i nave retired to wun the other,
Then' comes housecleariing, a lit
tle light plowing, and t weaving
clothes which she washes by the
river, pounding them on slabs of
rock. y.-,r-: ...-
Having worked un a mild sweat.
she then goes into, the forest and
snoots bears for their hides and
tallow, butchers wild buffalo, and
attends to the wants of the cbil-
dren. s.'-t ,.'.'&
She is the only womaa I know
who has sextuplets twice a year,
under the speed-up system, which
keeps the house fairly crowded ev even
en even though; we sell the female chil children
dren children into slavery;
She goes down by the creek,
where the 'still is set ud. and scirs
up the -sour mash Just before lunch;
euice u la customary tor tne mas.
ter to demand a ouart of nerv to.
pic hefore the midday meal,' and
men sxms ine oesrs sne has shot
in the morning, v ",,
We. have a frugal lunch fresh
bear steaks, buffalo ump, cata catamount
mount catamount liver and alligator tongue.
After lunch she beau the slaves,
shoots lurking Indian' or two, and
then departs for the coal mines. She
works eight hours two miles below
(ground before coining home to fix
Aner dinner sne goes to the a-tom-rocket
factory. Where she eats
special pay as a test pilot, it's a
chancy business, this,, They mount
her in the warhead, and if she r.
turns, to cann sne gets-a bonus a
pair of store-bought shoes with
real paper soles. w -i
She returns to the hiit at e m
fighting her way throueh the wolv.
es, for an evenina pf quiet culture
and scientific research. This Is how
sae Happened to Invent rock t
roll, the jet plane; and the heme
permanent. v .-..
She retires at 4 a.m. and sler
until S. a dirty habit she nicked un
t . r
irum reading capuausi propaganda
during the coffee break at the roc rocket
ket rocket factory, v .y.-"-'."
' She has two hours to herself nn
Saturday afternoon, durine which
times she shoplifts bourgeois hats.
- Just -compare the life of the A A-mcrican
mcrican A-mcrican woman, exploited by the
capitalistic system, against that of
the Russian woman slim, svelte.
impeccably groomed, a slave to
vogue, and Harper's Baiaar."
The Russian women. r-harMil tn
thenars on champagne, also goes
to bed at S a.m. and arises at i
p.m, on a slim ration of eight hours'
She rolls over in her 10-hv.in M.
erdown bed, orders V triple Bloody
Mary made Vith vodka what
eiser and, munches brandy cho chocolates
colates chocolates while she inspects the Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Evening Postmk for full col color
or color advertisements of cream-whipping
machines, diamond tiaras, col
or iv sets. and do-it-yourself
caviar strainers in short. any
thing, she forgot to send the serv.
.aius ror yesterday. : .:h::
aurugguiB ner emncoiua oeo jac
ket arouna bef r'V 'i-like shoulders,
sne tuncnes aaintuy on Huneanan
partridge, fresn-ilown' trom- rind a.
pest, and then dashes off a few
ca Dies to foreign chiefs of state,
demanding immediate peace -. or
else,-, u -.s-M-tt-t i )
After SUDervifiinff the nnunninir
of thrfee lovers, and a dressmaker
wno displease her, she a 1 1 e n-d s
orieiiy perforroence of the Bol Bol-shoi
shoi Bol-shoi ballet, and has the premiere ba
terina sot for committing a faul-
fr enirc-CBa.c. viv,
She then returns home. divnYeei
ner husband, throws the surnhis
children to re wolfhoimds. and
cuddies up with a bottle of cham-
pagne for a qulcx re read of "War
There is no doubt about it the
Russisa woman certainly fares
Dcner man our debased and ex exploited
ploited exploited girls of the capitalistic avs.
US Satellite Policy:
By PETER EDSOH
raises a number of questions on
had grinned and wsved the bigiwfaat U.S. policy should be with
respecio to uio cwmmuniat aavvf
lites. v: y ;,.',','. ..-. ,-.
Reports reaching the capital
from inside Hungary indicate that
it is bow iun by a completely
stooge government No tone Rus Russian
sian Russian official has yet been identi
fied in Budapest as the Moscow
commissar dictating to the coun country.
try. country. It is believed this operation is
managed by long-distance phone
lines direct from the Kremlin, t
One thing that keeps the. Com Communist
munist Communist lid on Hungary is the pres presence
ence presence of more than a dozen divi
sions of Russian troops, All are
mechanized and highly mobile.
The hated Hungarian Commu
nist secret police, AVH pre-
Hungarisn technically have
been disbanaeo. cut a new Hunga
rian army ot about eo.ouu is oeing
recruited. It Is being officered by
former AVH a genu. There afro
still reports that one or two of
these offieeri are being assassi
nated every week.
HUNGARY WAS IN economic
liability to the Russians before .the
revolt broke out. R is an even
worse lisbihty todsy. Property
damage during toe revolt was
worse than ia aQ World War IL
boys away and then turned to
Jimmie saying he was an honora
ry, paid-up. lue-ume m e m d e r.
! Jimmie, ebullient and lrrespressi-
oie, retorted mat it was good to
hsve a union man in the W h 1 1 e
House and to be careful who play-
ed that piano or he would "pull
me joint. .
The ex-President recalled the In
cident and, ih our conversation.
saia, ne naa a dozen sucn nonora
"I'm for the underdog. But when
tne unaerdof gets on top, some sometimes
times sometimes he can be mesn, and bow
is the time to put, ana back in
his groove, ';.
Dave Reck wasn't speciflcaffy
mentioned, but it seemed to me
tear the reference was direct
f We had it aQ pretty muck bal-
ancea on oom sides ot tne bar
gaining table at that time man-,
agement and labor working tegetb-
ervThst't all I ever fought for."
Mr. Truman told me.
'' "Now all this may be unbalanc
ed. And it will have beea unbal unbalanced
anced unbalanced by those wbe, when they
handled ether people s money. lust
cant resist taking it.
I know them all. and most of
the labor snea are decent fellows.
But thie thing must be straighten-
1 Th flln whn nv Axmm
must be protected by laws.
WASHINGTON (NEAWWith from 30.000 to 40.000 hiillitinff
interest bow focused on other,! were destroyed.
more recent crises, few people in I Production is down: Strikine tV
Washington -are bothering, about tory workera went back to work
the "something rotten to Hunga-i after the revolt was crushed. They
ry." But it's still there. And tt bad to earn wages to cat. But
there is a slowdown in mini inH
factories to about 75 per cent of
normal capacity. ,....-.
So far, the Communist' govern government
ment government of Premier Janos Kadar has
not cracked down on the peasants
who broke awsy from the collec
tive arms. One explanation; is
uai larmers nave nothing U sen
bow. Come the harvest season, 4his
situation may change. ;
Russia has sent in wheat to re relieve
lieve relieve bread ehortaies. No bread
lines have been reported. There
are meat and vegetables in store
windows. But prices arc terrific.
Ne one in Washington hi advo advocating
cating advocating any American aid program
for Hungary, beyond the shipping
oz aa& rcuer packages and med
last fall is believed te u diminish.
ft is bow realized that, not 'V
nough arms could hsve. been air airdropped
dropped airdropped to the rebels tit
the Russian tanks that poured in-
to Hungary to. crush the revolt
SIT) All thmmftnt. a : 1
only have increaaed th ianTha
of the studenu, factory Workers
and peasants who led, the resist resistance.
ance. resistance. '.. .. ...
-Voice of America broadcasts
beamed, to Hungary before and
auruix ue revolt have txn nn.
iuiiy resruoied. While they were
entirely factual, it is bow recoeniz-
w ttaT if heard by Hungarians
wim aign nopes lor eventual iiber iiber-etlon,
etlon, iiber-etlon, they may have seemed in-
AfPABINTLT NtSBOBV I.
Washington has come forward
wim a new policy line, beyond the
suggestion that every so often some
nut in iirriAritv 11.. ih. tt c
c,i uPPUe Vxwtb International! retary of state should reenunciate
That's also why few want to In
terfere with the way Eastland runs
the Internal Security subcommittee.
Though Eastland is a Democrat.
the committee is run by Republic
ans. Eastland him Self is consulted
by : the' Eisenhower administration
on job appointments in Mississippi.! r
it. v. - iM u r u : Ll
- no una muiv puwei wiui iicpuu-
licans man most Democrats, un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly more power than he ev
er naa witn a Democratic admim-
Working with him- as virtual eo-
chairman of Internal Security is
Sen. Bill Jenner of Indiana, Re
They have appointed as counsel
not a Democrat, but a New, York
Republican, Robert Morris, t h e
man who nublished the security da
ta on Ambassador. Norman, r
Morris is given complete free,
dem to do almost anything ; he
pleases. He has even had govern government
ment government stenographers type Repub-
iiean : speechoe on government
time, to be .delivered, at Lincoln
Day dinner blasting Democrats
uivlAr wKflM 'Ka Asrwa. ';
His associate counsel is "William
Rusher, another arch Republic
an,.' and the olerfical staff includes
Roy Garcia and Eleanor Melaney,
also Republicans. ; u
This is unusual. When the pemo-
craU control Congress they usual
ly insist that personnel be Demo Democrat.'
crat.' Democrat.' :': v
Other Senators. have tried to cur curtail
tail curtail the Internal Security subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee without success,
Early this year, the Rulea Com Committee
mittee Committee voted to cut its funds. East Eastland
land Eastland and Republican friends quick quickly
ly quickly overrode this on the Senate floor,
and the full amount," $289791.45.
was voted, with an additional
proviso' that a minority f Republic
an) counsel be added. -
This meant that an additional Re-
Sublican, Rusher,-was added, since
(orris, a Republican, is appointed
by Democratic chairman Eastland.
The Democrats wo hive one staff ..
lawyer on the "subcommittee. Ju Julian
lian Julian SburWine, who -resigned last
year to rim for the Senate in Neva Nevada.
da. Nevada. After being swamped by1 Sen.
Alan Bible. Sourwine came back to
Washington looking for a meal tic ticket
ket ticket and was welcomed to the bo bosom
som bosom of the committee.. - -'
Sourwine is the man who start
ed a probe of the New York Times
in the fall of 1955 when -most
' -UNDER THE' DOME
Clyde Ellis, the national REA
lobbyist, has written me that I'm
all wet about workingout a -deal
with Lyndon Johnson last year to
support Gov. Price Daniel of Texas
against Ralph Yarboroueh. now
thy; Senator elect from Texas.
Glad to have his statement, though
it's not what Ellis's staff told Tex Tex-ans
ans Tex-ans at the time of the Price Yir.
borough race ... Senate Leader
Lyndon Johnson (D-Tex. churns
up such 'nervous energy that he
can't I sleep nights. He has talked
seriously of giving up Ahe leader-
ship to relieve the tension. His doc doctors,
tors, doctors, who have seen him through
one heart attack, have ordered him
to "take, it easy." ... Liberal Dem Dem-ocrats,
ocrats, Dem-ocrats, once a power in the Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, no longer work toeether as a
bloc. Their chairman,- skitterish.
Sen,-Lister HiU (D-Ala.). hasn't
even called them toeether' since
the Senate convened... Bushy-browed.
Sen. Wayne Morse' fD-Ore..
f weary of crying out alone in the
legislative wilderness, is trying to to-reactivate,
reactivate, to-reactivate, the liberals. His first
backstage move is to replace Hill
with trifffifar i tnnmiei Sn Huhurt
Humphrey (b-Mmn.) ...Lyndon;'
Johnson, who charmed Humphrey
last year into curbing his liberal
impulses,' is now working on Sen,
Dick Neuberger (D-Ore.) -u. Bash.
ful, boyish Sen. Jack Kennedy (D-
Mass.) has lined up Sea. George
Smathers (D-Fla) to help sell him
o the South in 1860. Behind the
scenes, Lyndon Johnson will also
help get Kennedy a spot on the 1960
Democratic ticket ... Thriftiest man
in the Senate is gnarled, elder
statemsan Matt Neely (D- W. Va.).
whose District of Columbia Com
mittee operates on the smallest
budget in the Senate. Yet at the
end of each fiscal- year he still
turns money back to the Treasury
, Red haired ex-Congresswoman
Reva Beck Boione D-Utsh) is
helping out Sen.' John 'Carroll D. :
Colo.). -4-t r
;; colon .. -'
PANAMA ,. ,.
Answer to Previous
tending m Dig rood supplies or
coal would only streghten the Ka Kadar
dar Kadar government. And they would
destroy the good effect oi strikes
HUNGARIAN SOCIETIES In the
we Idee. that -what the. United
sistes would really like to see in
Hungary U a neutral government
free and independent like Aus Austria,
Such sn spproach, it is advocat advocated,
ed, advocated, will take the cure off Kuxiim
Drnnaeinrfa th tift k ai
vujiva oiavcs dev raueo a un oiicin impenallsts really want U a
money to help their relatives and; Hungary tied to the North Atlan-
i. i,nu,..jui no way as oc uc ircaty urganization
found to get this money into the! Ia summary, with hnt'h
peopie k migrn neip. meet- and "libCTation" tabooed
. ... W- ri.ij tt A.
...wvuiimwul i 1 i. un viuicitw.o. mirr on im i flmmmttif
choice jot wx auusg ui revolt i teuites u very much up in the air.
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HOME NEAR THE RANGELife is luxurious for this.threfc-month-old calf In Quechee, N..
Tf i cf unit warm at the fireside and Valerie Dickie feeds it. between-mea Is snacks of cookies;
fB The calf, named Mary' Jane, needed-special care when born prematurely. Now that it is pei
fleetly healthy, the family has decided to keep it as a pet. '
Woodpeckers Combine Efforts
To Liberate Cooped Companion
CORAL CABLES, Fla. (UPX
Woodrow staggered to ireeaom al alter
ter alter a woodenheaded mistake that
t shouldn't haoDen even to a bird,
And for a woodpecker that can't
tell a square column trom a
wormy tree this bird acted mighty
coy about Deing rescueu, ut
Franklin Verdon said today.
Verdon said the woodpecker,
confined two days and nights in a
-: irap -ne anueu lor iuiuicu Mumt
a two-story colonial-style, column,
finally yielded after two hours of
coaxing last night .' i i ,.-r
"He refreshed himself on the
water and feed we pushed through
the hole we'd drilled and wobbled
out," Verdon said., "Then he flem
up in the nearest tree."'
j It was plainly a .harrowing -ex-;
perience for both man and bird.
Aside from the $250 cost of re re-.
. re-. building the hacked-up porch col column
umn column v of his recently remodeled
' home,- he's had to listen to a, lot
of drilling, Verdon, 44, said.
The. woodpecker perched on the
molding at the top of the tail col
umn Saturday,- Orniea r i g n i
, through the 1 1-2-inch plnx, nd
then fell inside. 1 ) r
"If you think that was i noisy"
. Verdan's twit Mrtle,, ; 40, ; said,
:, "You should iiave heard the" wood woodpecker
pecker woodpecker frantically trying to drill
. to freedom from ther inside.":
'Jl Tk: raolrat ttrartd twA nth fir
woodpeckers Who hacked out a big
piece of," the, moiduub and. a b a t
Seen As Pla
WASHINGTON.AprU 22 (UPK
Treasury Secretary George... M
1 on his house here in another indV
cation that he: plans .to. resign
soon, ft was learned last night.
' The United -Press was informed
that. President Eisenhower'! top fi
nancial adviser has given notice
that hi intends .to vacate the
Washington mansion1' where he has
lived since his appointment.,,
These aourcer refused to. reveal
when. Humphrey planned ; to give
tip his rented home, but said he
Planned to "resign and r leave
r,. TTntnnhrev and his wife are va
, cationing with President and Mrs.
i Eisenhower at Augusta. Ga, He
v was not available immediately for
' HumDhrey'i desire! to- retire
from Dublie life hat lone been
known to the White House. The
- President is understood to nave
' iirrM him to. stav on and is- un
' haoov at the erogpect of his de
parture. r I
Humphrey- 67,' whose economy
talk touched off the current budget
Controversy, is regarded as one of
the most influential" fieures in
' Eisenhower's official family,
For; Shanghai; On r
TOKYO, Aprfl 22 YUP) Soviet
President Kliment Voroshilov left
Shenyang 'for-Shanghai this mora mora-.
. mora-. ing on another leg of his -current
- "goodwill" visit to Communist Chi-
Radio' Peiping 'said, the .'Soviet'
President was accompanied by a
number of Communist Chinese of of-.
. of-. ficials includiag Vice-Premier Ho
. Lungt 4
Eden Now AbleV
Jo Walk About
Hospital Room y
BOSTON, April 22 (UP) Offi Offi-Cil
Cil Offi-Cil at the New Kngland Biptixt
Hospital say that Sir Anthony E E-den
den E-den is making "satisfactory pro pro-gren
gren pro-gren and is now able to walk a a-bout
bout a-bout his room.
Mora than three hours of incomp&rabla -.
half the trim in what the Verdims
VThev worked like trojans," Ver
don xald u
Fire Cant. C. T. Wallace and
an k assistant brought a ladder
truck and widened the woodpect
er's hole at the top of the column,'
but the bird apparently.' could not
find his- way back to a.
"So my husband and a neigh neighbor
bor neighbor declded'to chep hole in the
bottom of my nice column," she
said. 'They : hit a solid beam in
the first try,' so. they, cut another
hnifl little, hieher un.i Now we
h a v all those holes in the column."
After air those nours; :oi woik
Verdon, several of the younger ot
hi eipht children, and a neighDor.
Hnphp- Miller, still eot no reward
until atter tne aaaiuqnat wur vi
... . i.;.:. .. i I
coKxine the bird.
Verdon said Timmy, wary
F.llen.. s. and Mvrtle.v 10. enjoyed
the eDisode. The Verdon children
range in age from 20 month to
20 years.' "' (
"They stayed ngnt witn h me
whole 'time, along wit' the-twp
rescue woodpeckers,', .- V e r aAo n
said.". ( : -i J
..' He said he hopes : the fescue
birds realize .Woodrow- is n o w
free so there will be no more
necking on his porch columns. To
make sure there won't be. he 'said,
he plans to set' metal sheaths
around- themc4dmg so the birds
n To Res ig n
The lease-cancellation was the
second strong indication .within a
week that Humphrey's resignation
is- imminent.. One of the Pres
ident i brothers, Edgar : Eisen
hower.i was reported to have said
the Treasury secretary will leave
at soon as Congress-adjourns..
He later tlaimed : he was mis.
quoted and said he merely hoped
uiai iiumpnrey wouia nyt resign
" For more c. than a r year, Mrs.
Humphrey hi expressed to close
friends a desire o leave. Washing
ton. She -has said she wants to
spend more time with her grand
children and at the couple's planta plantation
tion plantation at Thomasville, Ga.
' ,-Should'Humphrey quit, 'it would
be only the third change in the
President's-Cabinet since he took
office. Eisenhower's .first- choice
for Labor secretary, the late
Martin Durkin, resigned during a
row over labor policy shortly after
his appointment. Mrs. OveU Culp
Hobby, first secretary of Health,
Education and ; Welfare, quit last
year during he husband's illness.
Besides Humphrey, the Cabinet
officer most frequently mentioned
as ready to. quit is Defense Sec
retary Charles E, Wilson.
Happy Over 1957
Midshipman- Bartley P. Smith,
of the University ot New Mexico
NROTC Unit, is pleased over the
NROTC midshipman Cruise Bravo,
smee it will include a-fivedsy li liberty
berty liberty in a real "home" port.
Smith lives ia Balboa Heights,
and is the. ion of Mr. and Mrs.
Bartley Smith. Smith, who 'is a
regular NROTC midshipman, is a
"first rlaasmaa and is scheduled to
embark with Cruise Brsvo wben
it departs from Norfolk, Va Jme
10. Hia midshipman cruise during
the summer of 1355- -a third
class midshipman included visits
to European ports of Berren, Nor
way and Stockholm, Sweden, This
years cruise will be -to Vaipara-
o, Qule. and the canal zone.
Lt'X THEATRE RELEASE
H4U ket Fnama Uty
1090 Kcs.; Colon
Telephones: 2-306S Panama
7 ; 1063 Colon
Today, Monday, April 22 AV
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: 00 Allen Jackson Commen Commen-:
: Commen-: tary-
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. till 3:00)- '.
s REVIEW (Pabst Beer
6:30 WRUL Rebroadcast
7:00 Over To 3fou
7:30 VOA Report- Fromv U.S.
1:00 Music By Roth; ;
:30Proudly We HaU -i
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1,0:30 Cavalcad Of America
11 nnr?nniirt TTnrivi- The Stars T
12-oo-fiign Off ;
Tomorrow, Tuesday, April 23
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club," treauests taken
--' i by phona.Wl 7:00
, 7:30 Morning, Salon -Concert
6:15 Church In The WUdwood
. 6:30 Musical Revelllt-- ,-:
9:00 News -''.
9:15 Sacred Heart '
9:30 Faris' Star Time v
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOURNAL
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11:00 News V ' -ll:05-Splns
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
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12:05 Lunchtlme Melodies :
12:30 Sweet And Hot ,. :
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1:15 ...,,-1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 Forward March
,3:00 Tex Beneke Show --"
3:15 Freddy Martin Show
3:30 Songs From The Shows
; 3 : 00 -Hank Snow And His Raln-
' bow Ranch Boys ', s'j
3:15 Sammy Kake Show
3:30 Music For Monday'"
4.00 Feature Review
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k phone tiU 3:00) ; 1
6:30 News : J
.5:35 What's Your Favorite
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- REVIEW: (Pabst Beer) f
.6:30 On suge Am-eriea
; (wrul). ...,t. -
7:00 Interlude For' Musle
7:15 HOW .CHRISTIAN -8C1-
' ENCE HEALS :
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6:00 World Of Jazs -i -6
: 30-Uf With The Lyons i
9:00 You 'Asked Tor It (re (re--
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s till 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel C pan-
10:45 Temple Of Dreams'
11:00 Concert Under The Stan
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TATPn Inril imv
- . K. u 4
prestige of the ruling Kuomialanf
was aolully assured today as the
party rode to aa overwhelming vic victory
tory victory in Nationalist China's island island-wide
wide island-wide provincial elections.
Still incomplete returns from yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's popular election showed
Generalissimo Chiang Kai shek's
party won all 21 maroraltr and
judgeship posta at stakeA
. The Kuomintinf candidates cap captured
tured captured 44 of the,4 provincial as assembly
sembly assembly seats.
A record breskinf turaout'of S3
per eat of the eligible rotert ia
Taipei elected the Kuomiatang
number three official as mayor rf
the capital ia a nationally aigain aigain-csnt
csnt aigain-csnt rsee. .
Huanf Chi Jui defeated incumbent-
mayor Km Yu Shu. an inde independent,
pendent, independent, with 171 J4 votes to US, US,-ii
ii US,-ii a margia of i,30.
Spccicl Senate Committee Agrees r
On Basic Cliche In US Lobby Act
WASHINGTON. April .22 (UP)
The special Sente committee on
lobbying ; and campaign spending
has agreed on a basic change in
the lobby act, it was disclosed to
But informed : sources said the
committee has become bogged
down in a dispute over what lim
its., if any. it should recommend
for election cai.ipaign spending.
rne committee, headed by sen.
John L. McCleUan (D-Ark), was
established last year 'amid the
furor over lobbying on the natural
gas bill. It held extensive, hearings
on lobbying and on campaign
practices. -w M
Has Extended Life'
The committee's ?. life was ex
tended by -the -Senate last week.
Informed sources said a series of
closed-door meetings, have : failed
to' produce an agreement on a
final report. i .;
These sources said members are
in general agreement on a rec recommendation
ommendation recommendation that the General
Accounting Office be the custodi
ans of 'the registrations of lobby
ists required by law to report- to
tne government. ..
SI. Paul's Knighls
Hold Garden Parly
An Easter Monday garden
will be held at the National Distil Distillers
lers Distillers ."Bohio" on the Trans-IstK-
mian Highway today, from 5 p.m.
to midnisht. The garden party is
being sponsored by the Knights of
Saint Paul for the benefit of St.
Paul's Church pew fund. ; M
The Sonora Panamena 'Orches-
tra will furnish music for dancing
in- addition door prizes will be giv given
en given and there will be many attrac attractions,
tions, attractions, including' tombolas, grab
bag, fishing .wells, dance contests,
etc. ;s,.,; rH'tu'--v- ,f:';-:-ii't,.-
Tickets may be obtained at the
entrance; Busses will leave from
St. Paul's Church during
ring the course
e regular fare
of the evening at the
SEVENTH DAY ADVEIITUT SCHOOL
. ", MONDAY thru
Hours 9 to 1 2 noon
' FRIDAY i9:iaHtn:MHy: 't
' ''' '' $17,50
. JJLp. Arrive wianuinga to a.m:,,:,
A half hour walk
; to : launch' '&wte&!?:t fi&J-
Visit, by; boat lour or ; five of the, most ; f
interesting islands. y:
Leave Mandinga :airpbrVat 5:00 p.m. fx
: Arrive Tocumen 5 :15;p.m. .j j
Bring Camera.' Lunch Nothing iSuit t-i
rt' 7.97 .'
B" Street,, 7-27
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:- -. : : ,: -v. -v.
' TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU and CHILE 1
S.S. rSANTA CECHJA" :;....V.Sails Crlstobat, Aprn 2S
S.a. "SANTA MARIA" ........... Rails CrlsUbal, May t
TO NEW XQRK
8.S. "SANTA MARGARITA" ....Sails Cristobal. April 23
8.8. "SANTA BARBARA" ........Sails Cristobal. April It-
SJ. "SANTA LUIS A" . ..... . Sails .Cristobal, May f
FROM U.S. PACIFIC A WEST COAST CENTRAL.
AMERICA TO THE PANAMA CANAL X
S.S. "SANTA tEONOR" ....:.".. .".Do Balboa. April .5
MS. "SANTA FE" .Doe BalkM. May II
TO WEST COAST CENTRALAMERICA 'and 0. 5
U. S. PACIFIC PORTS -' . t
S.S. "SANTA CSCr ........SJls CrisUhal. Avrll 22
S-S. -SANTA TV ............. .Sain Crltlabat, May tl
Loais Cargo at Cristoaal
PANAMA AGENCIES; CO.
. CRISTOBAL: till tlU PANAMA: l-U4 1-S5S7
BALBOA: SIM IIS$
' Under" the present law, these
regisatrations are- filed with the
Senate secretary and the .Hoase
The committee was expected to
recommend that the UAO be au
thorized'to refer possible false or
erroneous registrations to the Jus
tice Depa rtm ent for in vestiga tion
and possible prosecution 'KV' -iPx
Agreement Iluslve j
But the committee was report reported
ed reported nowhere near a unanimous rec
ommendation on campaign spend
jng. Current limits especially the
three million -dollar ceiling on
campaign spending by national
committees are r e g a r o e a as
Witnesses before the; committee
said there Is absolutely no limit
on the number of' political com committees
mittees committees that can : be organized in
an election year. ...
McClellan and some of the other
members of the eight-man com-r-iittee
are reported; to favof re:
moving the limits entirely and
substituting a system for fully dis
closing all contributions. That sys system
tem system would rely ; on public opinion
to penalize-excessive spending oo
behalf oi any canawaie.
Sen. Albert -Gore (D-Tenn) was
laid to lead a committee faction
which 1 believes limits should not
be abandoned entirely just he-
caUse- the present : Ceilings have
proved: unworkable. Gore was, un
til recently, chairman of the aen
ate's regular elections subcont'
To Visit US
, TOKYO. Anril 22 (UP ) Jaoii
nese Prime, Minister' Nobusuke Ki-
shl will be accompanied by 'six
government officials and three
leaders : of hb Liberal Democratic
Party when he visits Washington
in June, the Foreign Ministry ..an'.
nounced.today.'-': .'r.''i'v' !'v.:.--,
Nobusuki is scheduled to visit
President "Eisenhower and 'other
high, Ranking U.S, officials Jdne
19-21 ; t:if.S'4'j":,;f?:-
nd irorn 3 to 6 p.m.4
at 7 :00 a.m. or Copa
through a j ungleroad
'';-V. Til 2.1rTi
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v... Salts Cristobal, May
US Tourist Sucked From Plane
'4;.':,: : w' .i r:'pt W s '"if ". fvrt $:.,J; y?
To Death As Window Shatters
' PARIS, April 22.(U.) An
American tourist was blows out
of an Air France Super-Constel
lation to his death when a -wmdow
In the pressurized cabin- shattered
18,000 teet over isolated northern
Iraq, the ..airlines office 'here
announced today.- -i
The American was identified as
Jack .Kodney Nash, -32, of Mem
phis, Tenn. Reports reaching here
indicated his body had' not yet
! According to the reports, Nash
was, asleep with his head resting
against the twin-pa ned window
When the glass shattered, the air
pressure in the cabin shot him
out : into space", like a projectile
from a; gun. ,.
He .Wasn't Missed
It haDDened so auickly that no
one noticed the empty seat im
mediately, Nash's seat companion,
was in the washroom and the
seats directly behind his were
unoccupied, crewmen said, r" s
' The shattering blast c in the
center of the three compartments
in the fuselage of the huge four-
erigined plane brought, the stew steward
ard steward on the run. He spotted the
shattered w'-'dow and the empty
, But it wasn't until ;th passen passenger
ger passenger list was checked that Nash's
disappearance was noted.
The plane then was over North Northern
ern Northern Iraq, about 25 miles south: of
tho oil capital' of Kirkuk, It was
en route' to Istanbul after a stop stopover
over stopover at Baghdad, on a flight from
Tehran,' Iran, to Paris..
..;..:,;?' '' '
. Moved Paatengers
v Crewmen said the -cabin Im
mediately filled with thick vapor
and- cold -i aii' and all passengers
were evacuated into the rear and
.front cabin 1 compartments. None
suffered anv Injury.
The temperature In the pressur
ized cabin was 77 degrees, uui
side the temperature was almost
4 degrees below freezing.
Informed of the accident, the
pilot immediately sent the plane
into a dive. He finished the flight
to Istanbul at ; an altitude,, where
pressurizatidn was not nectssary.
Passengers questioned at Istan Istanbul,
bul, Istanbul, where the plane was detained
three and a half-hours by- Turkish
i oolice. said tnev -saw nomine
Most said the;- am not realize
anything was wrong until they
felt their i eari "pop" and the
temperature within the plane
drop suddenly. :
- The plane was permitted to con
tinue to Paris with another -Crew
The shattered window wisa cov
ered with a hastily-afffaed ply
Nash Wat Towriif-
Air Franre officials
was unmarried. They laidvfi Hras
touridg the Middle East ind, had
spent a week at Karachi,Pakis Karachi,Pakis-tan.
tan. Karachi,Pakis-tan. He "boarded the ,pls' at
Tehran for A Istanbul..,
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"We are at a loss to explain
the accident," 'an Air France
official said. "It is a complete
mystery and1 we will ask : all
companies to aid us,"
The official said it had been
rule out that Nash might have
pulled at the emergency escape
handle "because the window
doesn't open at high altitudes.",.
He said several other accidents
of similar types had occurred at
high altitudes aboard planes of
other companies. But be said
each time the person was ejected
through the door and never
through the ; security
Troops Kill 70
RANGOON. April 22 (UP Gov
ernment troops striking at t h e
stronghold of Communist rebels
xmed about 70 "Kedflag" insur
gents and captured another 20, it
was -reported here.
Five cartloads of documents con
taining rebel secrets, 60 rifles and
50 land mines also were seized in
a series of surprise raids in v the
Monywa District, reports said.
A Communist leader identified as
Than Aung was captured while in intoxicated,
toxicated, intoxicated, reports said, and furn furnished
ished furnished information that led to the
government mopup operation.
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gift giving too1!
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MONDAY, APRIL 12, 195T
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51ISS A IDA HARVIE Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Harvle of,
Curundu announce tha engagement of their daughter Aida,
to Albert Bistany, son of Mr. and Mrs. Babib Bistany of;
Brooklyn, N.Y. - i
FAREWELL PARTY PLANNED FOR CAPT. FALK
- WILL TAKE PLACE A LEGION CLUB FRIDAY
A farewell party will be glvn Friday night at the American
Legion Club in honor of Capt. Henry Falk, senior pilot of the
Panama Canal. Capt. Falk la retiring and leaving the Isthmus.-
Those wishing to attend the party, which is being sponsored
tor the Panama Canal Pilots' Association, are asked to call any
.- of the following: Capt. John Connard 2-3520, Henry Johnstone
: t-3790 and Kenneth Bivin 2-4229.
Ambassador Of Uruguay
Civet Farewell Dinner
Per Peruvian Ambassador
The Ambassador of Uruguay Dr.
Felix Poller! Carrio and his wife
will give a dinner tomorrow at the
Embassy residence as a farewell
to the Ambassador of Peru and
Mrs. German Aramburu.
! Mrs. and Mrs. Samuel Lewis Jr
j have .invited a group of friends to
a cocktail party to be neia tomor tomor-l
l tomor-l row evening at their home in hon-
or of the Ambassador of Peru and
Mrs. German Aramburu, who will
soon be leaving for their new post
J in Mexico.
1 At Rollerdrome
Betty Joyce and Bobby J. Boat-in
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wright entertained a group of their
friends at a skating party at the
Balboa Rollerdrome on Thursday.
After the skating the group re returned
turned returned to the Boatwriaht home in
Los Rios where the children's
mother, Mrs. Robert J. B-eia t t-wright,
wright, t-wright, served refreshments, i
Guests were: Sandra Taylor.
Sherry South, Margie Hurtadp,
Patricia Chisholm, Linda Clarke,
Marykn Anderson, Pauiette- Elia,
Rusty Glazer, Kenny Anderson,
Dicky and Billy Snyder, ; Bobby
ranzer, uougias rnestre, John
Carlson. Sarah Ann Warner. Firth
JurKJana, .Mrs. KoDert Snyder and
urs. Henry cnisnoim.
For Min Wono
Miss Norma Wonjr. wbo will be
married to Mr. Handel Lee later
the month, was honored with a
shower last Saturday afternoon
given by Mrs: Cristina Lee at
CaniDO Aleere in Panama City.;
Guests included Mesdames: Ana
Him, Rosina Fong, Carlota Lowe,
Mercedes Chen, uioria cnu. Hafae
la Wong, Cecilia Wong, Cristina
Ah Kai, Lillian Chenalloy, Joyce
Chen. Annie ram, uiy rone, era
Una Lee. Luisa Chan; Eva Lioo,
Francisca KwaiBen. eJicia Chan,
Josephine im, Herciha Asyn, Sil
via Wons, cnonny Wong, uiana
Chu, Josefa Lowe, Dora Chong,
Olga Magb, Leonor Wong, Belen
Cban. Maraanta lara. Elvia Lorn
bardo. Jilma Diaz, Dalys Lee, A-
deumi wong, ungiaa cnu, uraeie-
la Jonseca, Widia Hong, e. a 1 1 n
Lao. Viralnia Kwal Ben. Beryl
Lowe, Telva Tarn, Elena Luque,
Kosita ChocKee ana me Muses:
Maria Chan, Anna Elena Him, I-
nes Lowe, Lolita Lowe, Carolina
Tam, Helen Wong, Elisabeth
Wong; Pearl Kam, Nellie Kwai
Ben, Ruby Kwai sen, uora wong,
Florence Laof Teresa 'Loo, Dora
P.-Wong, .Sofia Chu, Lia Wong,
Telva Fung, Cynthia Asyn and
jvr. Aira.mrs. v cin -Annaunt'
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Q'Brien
of Bella Vista announce the birth
of their fourth child, third daugh
ter, Leslie Ann at Panama Hos
pital April 19.
Party at Amador
The annual Charity Card and Bin
go Party of the Balboa woman s
Club will be held on Tuesday, A A-nril
nril A-nril 23. startina at 7 p.m. at the
Fort Amador Officers' Open Mess
Among the many attractive door
nr tn tm ffiven awav wiu oe
trip to San Bias for two, donated
by the Tivoli Travel: Agency, a
week-end at Santa Clara for four,
rfanntMl bv Genell Blis.. dinner for
two at the Bella Vista Roof of El
Panama, dinner fori two at, the
jiw rM. aa well as many arti
cles donated ny me mercnania vi
Panama. ... i
Refreshments will be served dur
ins the eveninc and there will be
favors tor everyone, auenauig
well' aa other surprises. ,
Tiriteti are on sale at ona aoir
lnr earh and manv be .obtained
fromlany club member, or at the
uuut.i .: ....
Proieeds from ue pan wiu oe
used Jor tne uuo s cnanianie ac
OrchW hP (
fchiA Chanter No. 1 O.E.S. Cha
rity Ball and Card Party will be
k.u ci... t th Tivnll riueit
Home from B p.m. unui u mia mia-nighti
nighti mia-nighti .V
A sterling silver coffee and tea
service will be the door prize.
There will also be table prizes for
cards and spot 'prizes for dancing.
Retirement Party .A
Ley,!. Bates Sr;,
Tha Marine Engineers Beneficial
Assn. will hold a retirement par
ty for Loy E. Bates Sr. at the
Gamboa Golf and Country Club.
Cocktails and dinner -wui oe
served. -' M i
Tickets may be secured from
Veimt. s-lsi. Dick Johns. 6-TS3.
R. M. Criatensen, 6-290 before
Mr and Mrs. Raymond A. Har
vle of Curundu announced the en en-sa0ement
sa0ement en-sa0ement of their dauchter. Aida,
to Albert Bistany, aon" oi Mr. and
Mr. Habib Bistany j uroouyn;
Miss Harvie is a nurse at Gor-
aaa Hosnital. Mr. Bistany is a ci
vilian employe of .the Air .Force
A 'July wedding u pianneo.
If a dinner guest finds he ia go
ing to be late he anouia leiepnone
his boatesa ana explain ue situa
tion to her. Sbe can men aeciae
whether to wait for him, or go
ahead and serve, saving a put
If the lant informed y a de de-Umed
Umed de-Umed gueat,,ahe .doesn't know
when to expect him' .if at aiL
jf -"VPN aV
VFW AUXILIARY PRESIDENT Mrs. Pat H. (Beth) Kveton,
"national president of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of
Foreign wars will visit here May 7. Mrs. Kveton la from DaL--las
Texas. ; - -f
Dallas, Texas, national president
of the Ladies i Auxiliary, to the
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the
United States, will visit Panama
City, Panama, Tuesday, May 7.
MM. Kveton was elected Na National
tional National president at the 43rd Na National
tional National Encampment of the La Ladies
dies Ladies Auxiliary, in Dallas, Texas
In August, 1958..
Other national offices she has
held w include: ..national ; senior
vice-president, national 'Junior
vice-president, chaplain, con conductress,
ductress, conductress, i guard, chief of, staff
and council member, rr
In addition to her responsibil responsibilities
ities responsibilities with the Ladies 'Auxiliary,
Mrs. Kveton is a leader in Dallas
civic, and nluh affairs. She has
served as president of the Dallas
Women's Chamber of Commerce,
president Of -the Dallas patriotic
Association, on tne uoaros oi me
Dallas, District, and Texas Fed
eration or women's ciuM, ana
was one of the first women hon
ored to serve on the Dallas rjoun-
ty Grand Jury, serving on Octo October
ber October 1955 term. -"
She is a member of the Citi
zens Traffic Commission of Dal
las, the- Oak CUlf Society of Fine
Arts, and ; the Public Affairs
Luncheon Club. A graduate of
both Daniel Baker College and
North Texas state- College, she
has been concert master ior tne
Daniel Baker orchestra for the
past three years.
Mrs. Kveton has taken as her
slogan1 during her year as na
tional president, "Bigness-
Kindness.". ?; -' ' '
Her memDersmp in tne i.aaies',
WAR and1 PEACE"
: Mora than three hourt of Incomp&rabl
MAY 1st LUX THEATRE RELEASE
i .- n un "n wrsij J J
o Keachee you Surgically Sterile! -
Made to stay Activtlr Atttitteptic
for up to 4 months in use I
Inhibit or destroy ALL typn
tl germ that fall on or bold to rtl
Aa mvestaoeat aa oral hygiene you caul
(Jord to be wrthoot i Oct oew Dr, West's
for every member of your faraSy.
It's tha NEW
Dr. West's Miracle -Tuft
Auxiliary comes through- the
overseas service of her husband
in the 36th division during world
War I. j (tt ..
The Ladles Auxiliary annually
devotes more than three million
dollars, and many thousands of
hours of volunteer service to
work for hospitalized veterans
and their families, to communis
ty service, education. in Ameri Americanism,
canism, Americanism, assistance to youth
? roups, cancer research, civil de de-ense,
ense, de-ense, and support of legislation
benefiting veterans and their
families. The organizatioa also
contributes substantially to the
support of s the VFW National
Home,' at Eaton Rapids, Miohi Miohi-gan
gan Miohi-gan a home for the widows and.
orphans of war veterans. ;
Headauartera of the Ladles
Auxiliary to the VFW are -located
in Kansas- City, Missouri.
Members are the wives, mothers.
sisters ana. daughters of veter veterans
ans veterans who have served overseas in
the U.S. Armed Forces, or wom
en who have themselves had
oversea service. There are 375,-
000 members in the 48 states. A
Iaskay Hawaii, Canal Zone, Sa
moa and Okinawa.. : ;
Prevent Heat Rash
Unuiu'l isntlt aiadica-
I lloa, alMnrbmt tamtuth
IT .i 1 toskia,frTatskitrua,
- sail, tau. v
entertainment P? ; "''.
. tach notice for inclusion in (hit
column should be submitted in
type-written form and mailed so
tho box number lilted daily In 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
fey haid to the office. Notices of'
meetings cannot be accepted by
The reeular board meetine of
the Balboa Woman's Club will be
held at the USO-JWB at 9 o'clock
Chairmen of all committees are
asked to bring a written report.
The Card Group will meet at
12:30 p.m. at the American Le
gion. - ,
Hostesses will be Ruth Konea-
ble Curundu 3102, Carrie Brown,
Curundu '6206 and Lois Van Horn
JACQ3T CU tXlZri
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
'l :r NORTH (
A rw j o i
A 103A 1 AT
J 1085 2
South 90 n score
Both vulnerable - f
West North' East
' Pasa 2 A i Pass
Pasa 6 t) j ; ; Pass
Pass 9 i. Pass
Pass" Pasa Pass
Opening lead Q
Written for; NEA' Service i
Jvortn nulled aia MiM'mit nt 4k.
uwiom ot tne barrel. i It would
liave. been a sound raise with no1
.score., Butorth .and -South had!
1 - -7- vm, v 11, C
a part seore of 90 and the raise
was a-definite alam invitation, al-
. uiu une, -, .
South accepted with ,.' vn.
geance. He. held,, nineteen; high
card noints. six nwi
three aces and the king of the
". luu one mue peep,
out of his nartnerVwaa all h. nUJ.
eu to ma six.
Actually he had ideaa about
en. inereiore-he used the Black Blackwood
wood Blackwood convention to cheok- 1nr a.
ana mgs. nut when North could
oniy snow one king he contented
himself with six. r
It was. well that he did. In fact
he needed to develon an erwi nlav
in order to make the small slam.
- The end play was developed as
follows: South won' the : opening
heart lead with the ace and ex exhausted
hausted exhausted the adverse trumps with
two leads of that suit. Three
rounds of diamonds followed and
he discarded, his losing heart. The
next step waa to trump dummy's
heart whereupon he was ready
for the end play.
He "entered dummy with a
spade, led a club and finessed
the -ten. -.- - ,.
West won with the lack but was
now helpless. S be returned a
club, South would make his
queen; if he returned a red card,
South would ruff in dummy and
discard the, queen of clubs.
Pinky, Joe and Hilda, Mho entertain young
and old witli llieir delightful comic act. . r
a musical united nations. ..speaking 8 languages
and playing 9 different instruments!
, Tuet, WeofM. Thura. at 10 pjruin the
; l" air-conditioned BELLA VISTA ROOM
(9 p-mt and'11 p.m. Friday and Saturday)
0 COTIR, NO MrNTMUM
CaO Maitre iliotel. J-1WI
far table reservations
Ilcc.-nnlicr Need, Hot
Envy Csrcsr Vcasn
MIDDLE-AGED wives and moth
ers who have never held down a
job sometimes feel inferior 4o high-
powered career women.
They needn t. It takes just as
muhh. brains, skill and, know-how
to be a successful homemaker as
to be a 'successful career woman.
A letter from a-s middle aged
woman wbo reached the too in
her profession before ; marrying
and giving up lier career makes
this point perfectly clear.
She writes: "I never dreamed
there would be so much to learn
when I married and retired from
. "I've loaded myself down with
cookbooks, books on gardening,
' "Maybei in time I'll learrt how
to cooki keep- house, grow flowers,
entertain easily, look after a hus
band, shop economically, etc, but
f'TBe Guttenbergs" At
El Panama Tuesday Night
(PA-) The most sensational
trio. "The Guttenbergs", profes professionally
sionally professionally billed as Pinky, Joe
and Hl.'de, will -perform, at the
Bella Vista Salon nightly, start
ing tomorrow night at 10 p.m.
on a two week engagement.
This group composed of Inter International
national International : mifsical comedians,
demonstrating- their talents In
magic and jokes, will be
throuehly enloved by yountr i
and old alike. The Guttenbergs l p.m. Friday and Saturdays- at
Just arrived t Panama from ArOandjll D.m. and on Sundays
3-month tou.' 'through Vene-
'-1"'" .wufJ". c"Di., A 1,11.
2uela Quito, dolouio. Domini-1 "Brunch" at noon tin.
' : I X -'';?; 2
Ull you all you
aoou your ekurml
l m ll If
Instantly, thi comnletp'lv r-: 'V V'.
t ii deodorant hanuk
( V.Y- 7&"22? M 24 Can't
i i . & v ""v.;"
it is going 'to take a lot of concen concentrated
trated concentrated work.
. HOMEMAKER SKILLED ,r.
"RIGHT now I envy women my
age who seem to be able to do-
easily and well the things- I am ;
strugghng to learn' to do."
The average : housewife' never
really stops to count up all the t
skills she has acquired and all the
knowledge she has gained through t
years of homemaking.
"Anyone can keep house," she
tells herself not realizing h e w
much trial and error, how much
thought and study, how much ex
perience and hard work have
made her job seem easy to her. v
A homemaker might find It dif-
ficult to enter the business world.
But so does a businesswoman
who has never kept house find it
difficult' to be suddenly faced with
the job of homemaker.
can' Republic and Haiti, where
they' appeared in the best the theatres,
atres, theatres, Hotels and Television.
They ', also worked for special
service for. the American U.. S.
Army for three years touring
Europe in a special show called
"X-17." Tha management of,
Hotel El Panama has contract
ea these Eureopean musical co comedians
medians comedians to appear nightly Mon-
day through Thursdays at 10
at' 9 p.m. and alft during,.
"1u our Ptty olothes,
;X ; opi;i::g ; ; ;
, wiiov liflT
; yjfo fimoxvnut
r. APRIL 22, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICA!? AN TSrPVSmjr DAILY NFWRPFR
Cleared Of 4-Yr.
WASHINGTON. April 22 (UP)
The State Q partment has cleared
Joseph M. Franckenstein, bus
band of novelist Kay Boyle, of
four year old security charges,
the i Senate Constitutional Rights
subcommittee announced today;
.The subcommittee made public
a letter to Franckenstein, who
now lives with his wife at Roway Roway-ton,,
ton,, Roway-ton,, Conn., in which the depart department
ment department said "no datermination had
been made reflecting on Franck Franck-enstein's
enstein's Franck-enstein's loyalty.
t Franckenstein was a State De Department
partment Department information- officer' in
Germany when fired in 1953 uh-
bMEBODCKNOCK? Veteran flier Clyde Papgborn gets' fine view from the doorway of
BimrtOflS "Flying Boxcar which still glide Along at 199 miles en hour despite botn
julac-trnquies being stopped: Here, the piane Is powered only by two small turbojet engines
unte"d "jftgrirthe fuselage (arrow). Designed as. a .safety device, the Jet engines performed so
11 FanribuM' shut off both motors, turned over the controls to his co-pilot arid went for
It aHlhgjQfnerjr from 10,000 feet over Los Angeles, Calif. ; .
wun nur RACK-rNear the end of 'the long road
Bev. John Cacocardo, 46, kneels before the altar of his ;
eneack, NJ, Christian Community Church; Convicted of 4
7. Brooklyn, New york, slaying, hewas released from
i wi'parole for life in 1953. New York's Gov. AvereU
man -has-just- terminated the parole because of Rev.
Mtfo'Tgacceeflftil rehabilitation; The' minister is married
lie- father of two children. He completes his ministerial
Last Round Of Suez
Conference Seen As
Favzi Calls Envoys
'TIIErdlRLiHE iEFI BEHIIIP"
J J I
g- j. 4 t (- 1 4
fl" '-'x vt . "X. : : 5:v:Vr:-i:
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It torr of toays young G. L and tha part-craiy,
bndexful teen-agt world from which be comes. It's
bir. right-into-tbe-beart slice of xonng America;
ow with the only two stars In America who eeuld
TAB HUNTER Un Battle' dross again!), NATALIE
(a 'Rebel' with cause!). See "THK GIRL HE LEFT
B)", WWcb OPENS ON WEDNESDAY 24 AT THE LUX.;
CAIRO. AprU 22 (UP) Foreign
Minister Mahmoud, Fawzi. called
in "the ambassadors of the united
States, Russia, Yugoslavia and
India today for what might prove
to be the last round in the current
series-of talks on the operation
of the Sues Canal.
Diplomatic sources indicated
that pgypt jind the United States
were about ready- to publish the
results of the negotiations that
have been going on between Faw
zi jnd Ambassador Raymond
They said the only notable
ch'aitge Hare has been able to per
suade. Egypt to accept was a pro provision
vision provision ; strengthening i arbitration
procedures.;;;-The 'new statement
will not preclude' cooperation be.
tween j. Egypt and the nations
which I, use : he canal, these
The revised ; agreement was not
expected to ,be Satisfactory to
western ? users of the canal, who
probably will ask the U.N. Secur
ity Council to take some action
on the issue.
The Egyptian press assailed the I
United States today, specifically
tor resuming aid to Israel,
The government orean 1 Gom-
houria said the United States was
"rewarding the aggressor" de
spite the fact that Israeli troops
clashed with, a U.N. patrol last
weeK. :- !..; '-
Al Shaab asked why the United
States .was aiding Israel while it
kept Egypt's dollar balances
."This,, showsv.who our real-n-mies
.are," the newspaper said.
"It-should prompt us to consoli
date our struggle against Zionism,
imperiaiijm -and the- almighty
Sixteen ships passed through
the Suez Canal today 12 south
bound and four" northbound but
the expected -. British ; freighter
Poplar Hill was not among them.
bnipping circles said the owners
of the freighter -cancelled thtJ
Suez orders it had received from
a Communis) Chinese chartering
company and ordered it to' "re "return
turn "return to the nearest Red Sea port"
presumably British Aden, at
the tip of the Arabian peninsula
The West Breeze, first British
freighted to use the canal this
year, passed 'through Friday on
orders from the same Communist
company in Hong Kong which
chartered the Poplar Hill. ; ;
der the security program. In
World War II, he was an officer
in the Office of Strategic Serv Services
ices Services and once parachuted, behind
the German lines and was cap
Both Franckenstein and his wife
denied the charges against them,
including one that Miss Boyle had
been a voir.munist from ,j.du
Although the department letter,
dealt primarily with the charges
aeainst Franckenstein. it said his
record now shows that his ouster
"had no relationship to the matter
of your loyalty or that of your
jThomas C. Hennings Jr. (D-Mo)
subcommittee chairman, said in
statement it ,wai "both gratifying
and heart-warming'' to learn that
the department had "acknowi.
edeed the traeic injustice it ren
dered to the Franckensteins" and
"belatedly" -tried to rectify its
Franckenstein wrote Hennings
"to thank vou again for all you
have done to bring about a happy
conclusion to this miseraDie ai-
fair." .. '
NATURE'S HOBBYHORSEMany' y'ears ago somethings
la storm, un animal.-perhaps soma person. broke tb trunk of
this pine tree on Mount Casper, in the Laramie Range of cen cen-.
. cen-. Iral Wyoming. But the sturdy tree managed, to survive at a
new angle and even grew a new "trunk" front the bent-over
branch. It makes an ideal natural hobbyhorse for Niels, Kay
and Curl Nolir o; Cnspcr.. ; I
I I I
"WAR and PEACE"
More than three hours of Incomparable
MAY 1st -LtX THEATRE,
v Here's your chance to really save!
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Starting Friday, April 26th
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2206 Central Ave. Ttl. 2-1773
ALWAYS QUALITY MERCHANDISE
at a pace you mn afford
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" and ,v --a-
have a chance to win in our
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Thisl Week$ Lucky Winners t
Leonard S. Hart
Ralph L. Edwards
Mrs. W. R. Leittle
Mrs. Otis Dean
Mis. A. O. Robins
Diana V. de.Pefia
Ana de Rivas
Isabel de Latorre
Camila C. de Lopes
Gladys Finllla ...
Sr. Klnne de Cevallos
Carmen de Vel4sque
Blanca de Rovetto
Vllma de Garcia
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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PAN
Complete Prize-wianlns Numbers in the Ordinary 0raidnfNJ 9&9 Sunday, April 2!, 19S7
The whole ticket has 48 pieces divided In two series A 1ft riB of 24; pieces eacn.
( HUMOU GREAT AS HEROIC
flTLEiIIYIIir FLYIIIG PARSON
i ; '.
actor alivo coald have been anore aerfectlv east than
Hudson a Cot Deaa Hess, the beroio "flTinf anon"
tattle Hrmn," the excUing hnmanitariaa epic In Tecb-
and l inmaSeope which came to the CENTRAL
TRE TOMORROW. A sUry of blood. iNt, tears and
ter, there has aerer bn anything like "Battle Hymn
e screen. It teus or an ordained tnrnister'who gare a
eater nwMre to the world from the embattled skit
the or phi tmts of Korea than he eoald ever have
i from M Mlnit hi Marietta. Ohio. The anthmtioitT
H picture nngs like a bare clear oeu. Hene himieir,
lired the eToloite w faithfully portrayed hi this life
of the firhter ace of tw wars, was teehnical aorbvr
fitm. Hodiion, who had the opportunity to work
4 bin hero, torn In a hara-htttine. poignant prform-
which '!! go down tn screen liHtery. AIo irtarring
r Brk nudion. Martha Hyer. Dan Daryea, Don Dtrore,
ta Kashfi, ind dock Maboney.
Sultan Of Pahang
Vith xth Wife
' HONG KONG. Aoril 22 CVPt
The 83-year-old tuitan -of Pahang.
who mar .some day be Malaya s
urst. supreme ruler, was honey
mooning here today with his sixth
wife a taxi-dancer he married
by oroiT lO dari aeo.
.Sultan Sir Abu Bskar and his
bride, Hatifah, 20, came here
from Singapore on the Italian
Lmer Asia last week.
' -,- t -. ;; '!
ta Singapore, the bride's grand
father said the couple was mar-
. 1 a a. ...
nrq sccreuy on zipru ju, wiu a
palace officul standing in for the
sultan.' He sd the sultan had
been wooing his granddaughter
since she danced at his palace
two years ago. .:
Although Baksr hasrbeea mar married
ried married six times, he has been acn
pious about observing the Mos Moslem
lem Moslem law which forbids him to
bare more thai four wives at
once. He divorced his fourth wife
in 1953 before marrying his fifth,
who wss also a dance -hall
' It was not Certain which of bis
four 1 wives he divorced before
; marrying Hatifah..
FISHERMAN S LUCK Mrs. 1
Robert Wilson has both
i i i. . t : l i
nanas run oi smeii wnicn nmr
nusDana laaiea out ot nw
Sandy River at Troutdale, Ore.,
The stream is an angler a J
dream come truef or 10 days
each 'Spring, when the small
fish, crowd it on their way to
pawning grounds. :
PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXIS
No. rrisM Na. Prices N. Prlaas N. Prix No.
975 J. 144 N 1075 144 M M7f I44:M MTS 144.(0 407S
SITS I,NM 1 ITS l,4a.M 2171 t,40S.M 317S 2.4M.M 4I7S
27 144.0 1171 144.00 Z27S 144.00 327S 144.00 427S
037V 144.00 1.17S 144.00 137S 144.00 337S 144.N 4.171
047S 144.M 147S 144.00 2471 144.00 3475 144.00 ,4471
0S7S 144.00 1S7S 144.00 257S 144.00 3575 144.00 575
007S 144.00 175 1 44.H M7S 144.00 3075 144.00 4S7S
077S 144J0 1775 144O0 7S 144.00 3775 144.N 477S
0S7S 144.00 1875 144.M 2S7I 144.00 3875 144.00 4875
075 144.00 175 144 0 275 144.00 IS 7 5 144.00 4875
' 144 00
1181 4040 1 1
1U 444.N I
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
f I I t :,- t I
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157 12 M ISO 12 00 I ISU 120.0 ISIS 1200 ISIS 120.00 ISIS 1M.00 152 1200 1522 12 00 I 24 120 00
ISO 120.H 110 120 M I 1512 120 JO 1514 120.00 15IT 120 J 151 ISO JO 1511 12 JO 1421 ISO JO 1S2S 1M.M
Approximations Derived From Third Prize
S l f 4444 I44ff S i S t
444 144 J 144 144.00 I 3444 144.10 444 144J 5444 I44.M t j T44 IUJ j 444 144.W 0444 UM
24SS MOO 2417 . 24S ,. tm M M 241 MJ' 24M MM 248 MM I 247 MM 2472 MM
24M M.M 4jt : M M I 2444 M M I 2462 MJ 244S M J( 247 M J 24M M M 2471 MM 247S MM
"S NO USE Although ft was ,.
almost April, It seemed the
closed season for spring when'
this sportsman went out to
hunt. The snowman In the'
front yard of an Omaha, Keb,
homo carried on air rifle. It wss
built in the wake of a 14-inch
spring snowstorm. .
; Prlae-wlnning Numbers o- yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at;-1st and 3rd In Colon, 2nd In Panama
7," The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending Injt and not incladed ta the above list win Forty-Eight -Dollars ($SJ0) each.
Tne whole ticket baa 48 pieces which comprises the two series "A"
Signed by Authority: Secretary of the Government FELIPE ROMERO LOPEZ
J, ; -. ; The Representative of the Treasury. JOSE CUILLERMO AIZPC
WITKESSES: Pedro Dimaao Cedefie, Ced. 47-13504 ALBERTO S. BARSALLO PABLO A. PLVEL Jt,
Sergio Manael Lydna, Cc.- 474921
Notary Public, Panama
BIG-BONED This three-week-old pup ta Portland, Oro, has
a big problem, protecting this kinf-oued bono. It was in intended
tended intended for a aing-cizod German sbepbertl but the tiny cocker
snuacled la for a bite. t
KJrtTP. th rtunBf Uckda wltft th lat OpiM aa with tba tw lM
IIU 1 1. etDkm and emir to th Fin PViza.
rtta nm Pny and tiM 2nd ni 3rd frizm ara drawn Maaratalv. Tba an-
arorfTiatjan art cawuiataO on Ota Ftm. tec and and Third Prize. In caa
a urkat anauid cairv na fnaaoars Of aaca ansa, CD aaKMr anouaa la
' claim aajmam tar aacfc. f v ., - I
. d.tavi;;d of the 3 stuikes
V. ; Sunday, April 21. iVst
' "", 'i " .Drawing Naniaet J
First Prii. .;. 75
3.00 - 60.00
:' Third" Prizer
ba aatd ta
the aMIrea W tba aj iriiaal Oiaeltnat Laoury altla aa Caarai 4tb
Plaa of Ordinary Drawing No. ltM which win take
. . a a v
piaeo jspru sa,
Diridad fc tw aariM of 24 sranlana aacO daalnata
1 Tint SMra, Sariea A and B, af $24.Ot M aacil aertaa
, 1 Saeand Priaa. Sariat A and B. a( IJMM aaeh aariaa
, 1 Third Frit. Sana A and B. af SJM J aaek aaria
11 Apprazimatiarx, aariaa A and B. a 244 M aaeh aanaa
: Pnsaa. Cenaa A ud iJO orh
M Prtxaa. Karta A and B. af 22 M aacH aariea
tO rtisav Saraaj A aad B. af 4J aack acnea
II AnataUiuOow. Sartaa A aa4 B. a MM
Pnaaa, Serial A aad B af UM
v Tsoxn rtuzi
: it Aprtrximaaa, Berte A aad aV ad S m
Pnaaa. Bariea A aad B. af 72 M
- Prict or a whole ticket ...
' Prict f a forty-ighth part
23 n a
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THK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, APRIL 22. 1957
ster9 : Wilii
White Sox, Braves Score
t. j ' "' vis1.?'
Bv FRED DOWN
: NEW YORK, April 22 (t?P) The 35-year-old
wings of Jim Wilson arid Warren Spahn enabled the
Chicago White Sox and Milwaukee Braves to remain
.unbeaten today and soar into undisputed "possession
;of first places in the major league pennant races.
Wilson, who turned 35 on f eD.izu-year oia uon .urysaaie to save
20, pitched the White Sox to their
, fourth straieht victory when he
outdueled ex-Y .nkee Tom Morgan
in 1-0. 10-innine thriller yester
day while Spahn, who'll celebrate
' his 36th birthday tomorrow, scat scattered
tered scattered nine hits in the Braves' 3-1
Win over the Cincinnati Redlegs.
, The White Sox took over the top
rung in the A.L. when the Boston
Red Sox dealtb the New York
Yankees their first setback, 5-4,
and the Braves achieved a simi similar
lar similar pinnacle in the N.L.,.when the
previously unbeaten Brooklyn
Dodgers split a doubleheader with
the Pittsburgh Pirates.
'" The four straight victories re re-"
" re-" present tho Whitt Sox' best get get-'
' get-' away sinct 194S while tht four four-In
In four-In raw (or the Bravts is their
' finis start tinea th team mov moved
ed moved to Milwaukee in 1953.
. Wilson, who pitched a no-hitter
In 1954, made' a bid for his second
elassic job with a perfect game
for seven innings and a no-hitter
for eight. Hector Lopez finally
broke the hitless spell in the ninth
aneV'the Athletics collected two
ather hits. Wilson struck out eight
ind walked two for his first win
Pinch-hitter Sherm LoIIar, who
' knocked in five runs on Saturday,
ielivered a sacrifice fly in the
10th to send home rookie Jim
Landis with the decisive tally.
Morgan, who pitched nine innings
ind was touched for only three in
Spahn settled down after a
haky four frame to hold the
Redlegs to one hit in the last
five innings and chalk up his
second win of the year. 0 e I
Crandall singled home two-runs
in the fourth and Hank Aaron
doubled and Joe Adcock singled
for Milwaukee's other run in the
eighth. The lots wa the fourth
straight for the disappointing
Sammy White's wind-blown pop-
ly dropped in the infield tor a sin sin-lie
lie sin-lie that drove in the decisive run
it the Red Sox' victory over the
fankees. Bill Skowron's two homes-helped
the Yankees build a 4 4-.
. 4-. lead behind Tom Sturdivant but
le was kayoed in the eighth and
Job Grim took the loss. Ted -Wil-lams
hit bis first homer of the
ew campaign for the Red Sox in
hs sixth, i "... .
Hrank Thornae,' Paul fSml th,
J.ck -Groat and JBoVSklaner wal wal-ved
ved wal-ved homera as the Pirates beat
he' Dodgers,- 6-3, in, their opener
t t five runs in the second' inning
Babied the N.L. champions to
freeze to a 7-4 decision in the
ightcap. Don Newcombe was
muted bv the Bucs in the first
im but Clera Labine relieved
Jack Dittmer, x.-Brav second-baseman;
singled with the
baset filled in his first A.AL. ap appearance
pearance appearance to give the Detroit Ti Tigers
gers Tigers a 3-2 victory over the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians and the Baltimore
Orioles beat the Washington
Senators, .11-9. in the other A.L.
The Senators led the. second
game, 2-1, after five innings when
a power failure -shut off the Gnf.
fith Stadium lights- and the' um
pires asked A.L; President Will
Harndge for a ruling on the "con
Two other N.LY doubleheaders
wound up in splits. "Sani Jones
struck out 11 of his former team
mates as the St. Louis Cardinalsf"
gained a 6-3 triumph after the
Chicago Cubs won their opener,
5-3, in 11 innings and the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Phillies defeated the New
York Giants, 8-5, after Johnny An An-tonelli
tonelli An-tonelli out-dueled Robin Roberts,
2-1, in their first game. The victo victory
ry victory was the frst Antonelli ever scor scored
ed scored over Roberts after nine straight
NEW YORK, April 22 (UP)-As
it stands right now, ''Bold Ruler"
will go. to the Kentucky Derbv.
and should give good account of
rf'-xne- wneattey tstaoie colt :-won
the Wood Memorial at Jamaica
Saturday in a photo finish with
"Gallant Man. In thei process.
Bold Ruler, beet back a challenge
in the stretch by, uaiiant iwanand
broke the track record for a mile
and an eighth.-'Bold Ruler did it
one-48 and -four-fifths. Two-fifths
off the old mark, indicating he is
in top shape for another duet with
"General Duke." y
I Calumet's General iJukebroke
world record' while-teatine e Bold
Ruler three weeks ago in theTlor-
lda Derby. They shape up now as
the top two in the run for the ros
In other top Saturday races, v
"Grand Canyon" scored an up
set victory in the $50,000 South
em Cross Handicap at Guifstream,
An outsider "Murray Can
yon" tooK win money in me
$60,000 Bay Meadows Handicap.
Inswept won the 125,000 Ches
And "Star Rover won tne uen
Ali Handicap at Keeneland.
i : :'s is s
' f-T-.i I I
YOGI DISAGREES New York Yankees catcher Yogi Berra
protests to 'umpire Ed Rommel after the latter called him out
on strikes In the first inning of the Yankee-Washington game
In New York. In rear is Washington catcher Ed Fitzgerald.
The Yankees won, 2-1.
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THE MOST URRIFYINGl
Rf(sM tvvi UnM Vlsii
ON THE SPOT-l.onr Kuoek twines fer base hit, ent
while at K. the 'Yankee reokie knows he's tryinf to Impress
?the like ef Yegl Bern, "wetehlnc him. here from dufeat. 1
Show On Tony Kubek
-. By JIMMY BRESLIN-
WvORK. Aorll 22 (NEA
The kid yho is going 10 ue uiK
balipiayer never speuo
than .five, years, to the minor
leagues and when ne mis ;uie
majors he fits to gradually.
Down in Triple A, a club throws
t.wr srnad Ditchers as you -in a
series. After that, you get a guy
or two who can be banged a-'
round. But a big pitcher goes
everv innine in the majors.
Get used to tne constant pres
sure realize there's not going to
be anv breathers, and the jump
isn't too much. Ability takes
care of the rest
That's the way everybody says
it is to be for Tony Kubek, the
tall, 20-year-old who has, a
chance to be the left fielder lor
the New York Yankees this sea
Kubek started playing baseball
In 1954 and last year he hit .331
at Denver and after a look at
him this spring, the big club de
cided he was going; to be a good
one and brought him to Yankee
It's just a simple baseball step.
it seems, the same one taken by
every otner good player. All tne
Daseoau books nrlnted show it
happens this way
They do not tell of the- tram
ride Tony Kubek of Milwaukee,
Wis., took front Florida to New
York this spring.
Kubek was a smooth swlrirlnr
2W mtter in the St. Petersburg
sunshine, but by the time he ar
rived to the big town he was
under .270 and he was probably.
Phil Rizzuto pointed out, getting
nervous about what was hap happening.
pening. happening. "I know what he's up
against." PhlU who ended his
Yankee career last season, vol volunteered.
unteered. volunteered. In 1941. the Yankees moved
Rizzuto from Kansas City and
tne day they broke camp for the
trip home everything became
different, he says,
"The minute I got on the
train. I was lost," he says. "The
training camp didn't worry me.
I'd been to them before But
when I began to go into strange
towns, not the ones you take on
the way back to Kansas City, the
idea I was trying to break into a
club that had Joe DlMagglo and
players like that nit me.
"1 dldnt shake It easily. If I
were going to write anyiniug
about Kubek;, I'd bring that up.
That's a problem for nun.'
Even a pre-game warmup
would seem to prove that Kubek
stands in left field. alongside
Elston Howard, who Is a relative
newcomer but has been through
a couple of World, series alrea
dy, r -
. If Kubek looks toward center.
he sees Mickey Mantle, who
knocked to 102 runs tor the Yan
kees the year--Kubek began his
baseball eareer In right. Hank
Bauer, the tough faced guy
starting Ills 10th year witr the
club, lopes m .easily arter
grounder fungoed his way and
glTW It a carefree flip t the to-
At horn plate. -Togi Bern
stands loose lerged, rocking
from aid a to side, then throwing
down to- -Gil McDougakL who
moves easily toward second. Mc-
Dougald has been op for seven
It Is the same every place Ku
bek looks The Yankees move
with easy familiarity. .They've
been over every step of the
ground countless times before.
They're a veteran elub of talent
ed, proud guys who win big.
But Kubek stands in left, a
little stiff, and when he moves
he doesn't do it as easily. 'He
hesitates, then, goes; for a fungo
with, a purpose. For him, there
is no-routine; yet But he doesnt
say it to you. He's .trying to do
something kids dream of make
the Yankees but he talks of
everything but what must' be his
real problem, nerves.
"1' didn't sleep on the 1 way
north," he says. ''But It was a
bumpy train trip Nobody slept.
Yes. my hitting fell off, maybe
I am a little tight. Maybe a lit little
tle little slump .too. I dont think the
pitching or anything like that is
too mucn lor .me. 1 1 might be i
pressing a little bit. You know.i
hoping to stay But I'll have to
wait, So fat, I'm not reaj nerv nervous..
ous.. nervous.. .
; .- '-!.::-
JfubeA was a shortstop at Den
ver, but- Casey steneel made
him an outfielder and the kid
says his big job is trying to re remember
member remember what to do.
"At short. I'd a-et the ball and
flip It a lot of ways. Hard arid
quick from the hole. Maybe
sidearm If I had time. Throw It
underhand for a force at second.
" -la- the oufleiayou; TSoiifc.the''
same way each limei Male the
caicn onng w up ana ntnen
throw with some" loft to It Not
just a liner. Sometimes, I forget
ana start to breeze it to. Then I
remember it. won't carry so -I
Dring it up-, again and ; then
throw. .That' the, big, thing I'm
trying to get down,T. H ' y
That's what'hi says." Brit' a?22-
year-old kid his size' can throw a
baU block. And he can't tell
himself he's got a shot at being
a first string Yankee and then
go to sleep easy Maybe they can
some place, but they don't do It
on tail planet. ; .
NEW YORK, April 22 (tJP)
The International League baseball
season is less than one week, old
today but the Miami Marlin pitch pitching
ing pitching staff already;, has earned a re
putation as "the stingiest in the
league," , 1
1 ' 'J 4.
Powered b" Johnnv Anderson's
five-hitter, the Marlins defeated
Montreal,- 3-2, Sunday to move past
the Richmond Virginians, who lost
oouDie-neader. into lirsti place.
Miami, now unbeaten in -; three
games, allowed its opposition ; but
tour, runs in 27 innings,
Buffalo, dumping Richmond. 7-3.
2-0, took over second place.,
Other games saw the Rochester
Red Wings roar, back from a 5-1,
first game loss to slug Columbus,
8-2, in the nightcap.? And Toronto
gamed its first win of the season.
2-1, over Havana, only to drop the
second game of its bargain bill
with the Jug ir Kings, 4-1.
Toronto, defending International
League' pennant winner, scored a
run in the seventh inning ot the
first game to win, but a four-run
outburst in the first inning off Lar Larry
ry Larry Donovan gave -Havana ; more
than enough to win the second
Lvnn Loveneuth of Rochester.
top pitcher in the league last year,
went the whole distance against
Columbus but was rapped hard
and beaten by Charley Douglas'
four-hitter. Rochester tallied for six
runs in the sixth inning to win the
: 1 MNIll II T. t..
Editor! CONRAQO SARCEAMT
W I Pet.
St. Louis v k.
New York i
"v .TODAIT'S GAMES Z
Pittsburgh at New York '.
Chicago at Milwaukee ',
Cincinnati at St, Louis tity
Philadelphia vs.- Brooklyn a
, ; ,,(At Jersey city)
I : YESTERDAY'S GAMES v
Pittsburgh 013 000 2009 9 0
Brooklyn 000 000 0033 2 : 3
t.aw.. Purkev f l-oi. WAc.tr and
' Newcombe (0-1), Valdes,.Kou--
Jitx. ana campaneiia. ,.
Pittsburgh 000 000 0404 13 11
tsrooiKyn U50 002 OOx 7 11-1
Klme (0-1). churn. Hall. Face
and Foiies, Cravitz.
Orysdale (1-0). "Lablne and
Jesvs Ssntmria, 127, made
it two straight ever Redelf
Francis,' 127, last night by teor.
Ing a vnanimout ten-rouml deci decision
sion decision at the Colon Arena.
Santamaria, contidarod fop fop-ranking
ranking fop-ranking contender for I s i d r o
Martin!' featherweight erown,
now hat an unbeaten record of
nine consecutive wins. ',u i
Today Encanto 35 -20
' Robert Taylor --'Deborah,'
- Also: '-v v'i-'v
S TOM-JERRY'S Shorts!
Today -IDEAL ,20. .70
Dane Clark In
"NO MAN'S WOMAN :
Philadelphia J10 000 000 1 9 I
wew Yors V10 000 001 2 0
Roberts (0-2) and Lopata.
Antonelli (1-1) and Westrum,
Katt. ;-.), :.:,': ; ,:',k-
(SECOND GAME) v
Philadelphia 420 001 0108 12 0
New York 001 002 110-.5 12 '2
Sanford (1-0), Cardwell ..and
Barclay (0-1K ; Worthlngton,
j ones, Margoneri, BurKont, Mc
Call, and Katt, Thomas.
Cincinnati ;; 010 000 0001 9 1
Milwaukee 000 200 01x 3 7 0
KUppsteln,(0-2), Sanchez and
Bauey. ; 1
Spahn (2-0) and CrandaU.
New York. v.
1 .400 2ia
x-Suspended game not Included.
' '. TODAY'S GAMES 7
'Cleveland at Chicaeo
Kansas city at Detroit
New York at Washington (N)
Baltimore at Boston
000 100 1204 7
000 001 04X 5 $
"'Sisler (1-0) and White.
(11 Innines) r
Chicago 201 000 000 025 12 0
St. Louis 100 002 000 003 10 0
Kaiser, colium (1-0). Valenti-
nettl, Llttlefield and Tfeeman,
Wehmeler. chenev .laekson
(0-1). Wilhelm and Smith. lAn-fv
drith. - n
(SECOND GAME) v
Chicago 000 001 2003 6 3
St. Louis v 031 lOOlOx 11 1
Drott (0-1). Hillman. Brosnan
Jones (1-0) and Landrlth,
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Tab Hunter Natalie .Wood --
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SATELLITE IN THE SKY
, MOBY DICK
with Gregory Peck..
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SIGN Of ISHTAR
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u mx mil auo i kibu t ruit uui a m i run in
"Normnattd tor this yeas .Academy Awards
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CENTRAL Theatre HAY 1st
'i NEW YORK (NEA i. Curtis
Barclay, the right-bander up
witn tne New York Giants irom
Minneapolis, was goine over his
minor league record.
"I finished 22 eames in 1954.'
he began. "Then to 1955 I fin
Ished 21. Last year, I went the
distance only seven times."
Somebody asked him why. "Ed
die Stanley," ne said. "The guy
can't stand seeing a pitcher a-
rouno, i guess."
Stahkr. now a Cleveland coach.
managed Minneapolis last- sea
son. .. ... -.
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Cleve. 002 000 000 0002 1
Detroit 000 002 000 0013 14' 0
'"Garcia. Mossi Nnrlp.vi
Lish (0-1) and Nwagon, Hegan,
Gromek. Hoeft. Running Ci.n
(PTRST GAME) A";
(10 fnninpsl ?i
Baltimore, 000 051 201 2-ill 13
Wash. 013 003 110 0 12
Beamah, Perrarese, : Pornlelea,
O'Dell, Zuverink (1-0), WJghV
Consuegra and Ginsberg.
Chakales, Clevenger, Byerly,
Stone, Ramos, Hyde (01) and
; (SECOND GAME)
Baltimore - 000 10 I v t 0
Washington no 002 JO
Brown and Ginsberg.
Hernandez and Berberet.
(Suspended game to be com
pleted at a later date).
K. city : 000 000 000 00 3 1
Chicago 000 000 000 11 3 1
Morgan (l-i) and Thompson, i
Wilson (1-0) andBattey, v
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Virdon cf -v
AB R H
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A-Doubled for Law In 2nd.
B-Base on balls for Valdes ia 6th.
C-Base on balls for Koufax in 8th.
Pittsburgh 013 000 200 0
Brooklyn . .000 000 003 S
Ir-"-"! amcwcai puvetowo I
rm ojotao mm mm sV
- Errors-Zimmer, Hodges, Koufai.
RBI Powers, Thomas, Smith,
Groat, Skinner 2, Furulo 3. Dou-bles-GroaV
rowers, Qemente. H.
R .-Thorn is. Smith, Groat, Skinner,
Furiilq. Sacrifice Foiies, Smith.
Double plays Maseroski Groat Groat-Skinner,
Skinner, Groat-Skinner, Left oa base Pirates a.
Dodgers 2. S3.- Law 1, Purkey 3,
Face 1, Valdes 1, Koufax 3.' B.
i-urkey 4, Valdes 1. Hits off i Law
0-L Purkey 1-7 (pitched to I bat batters
ters batters in 8th), Face 1-1, Newcombe
72 1-3, Valdes 0 3 2-3, Koufax
2 3. Runs and earned ran$-Pur-
key 2 2, Face 11, Newcombe 4-4,
Koufax 2-1. Hit by pitch Koufax hit
Thomas. WF Purkey (1-0). L P P-Newcombe
Newcombe P-Newcombe 0-1).
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MONDAY, APRIL 22, 1DW.
7Z PANAMA AMERICAN. AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER"
Sav;- Ihe Majors,;
By JIMMY BRESLIN
NEW YORK (NEA The
oacts have been Inked. Don New
combe, with magnificent frank
ness, has estaoiisnea tnai ne is
not afraid of the Yankees; it's
lust that they hit him so earn
hard. And Mickey Mantle Is back
with those mgmiuiiy rragne legs
of his the ones that could end
his career tomorrow and,permit
ted him to appear, in only 150
games last year, plus a world
Series and All-Star game. :
TRAFFIC JAM -Jackie Robinson's retirement didn t leave
Brooklyn exactly impovemhed tor infielden To Prove it,
the Brooks here show. four Who could do the job at third base.
Front to back, Don Zimmer, Dick Gray, a rookie, Jim Gilliam
and Randy Jackson;
, In basebaU pitchinj is the great equalier. It wWm1J
j fk. k9.H in.cn in foments of compeuuve
e,aalltT In spite olarinV disparitUs in over-U .trenf U.
' The Washington Senators enjoyed sh moment against
the Yankees in the Stadium Inaugural One buck will get you
o. hundred in Las Vegas books if the Senators capture uw
Secant.6 But you mult put up five to win two on 4 similar
investment involving the Yankees.
And yet because Chuck Stobbs matched pltchl for Pcn
...h. i;v,it.n nwrt thA senators made it a 'close e:.ctlng tight
right down to tne wire, a kccu, ukuo, v i
result, and if the Senators did not have the look oi ; r ank wrt-
iaiders: neitbeVdid the Yankees look as if they would have the
pennant cinched long before July 4 ;
' That'll what hannens t nerfectly logical impressions when
th nitchinc on both jswes is eiiMw. o"""-;"r
iVand 17 against the-Yankees last year. ;They on t ngure w
Uny better this year ana couw ao worse. .
k TApart ; fronx the :.boit,v they ere outrakecUat-every poslr
,vvv. ,t-hA ofteat;
uiirN 111 miK 11 n,u. . an 11110 vo-!
"" Naturally, siodds' carriea a ncavier jluo ii".,"1"
wronger bats to conquer, a snarper aweiisc wm uwjki Uvu
to overcome. That he was able to hold on -so long before gov
lng down in the face of mass superiority was merely further
vidence of how the great, equalizer worka,' v'--"-- f---i
Yogi Berra constituted a large part of this superiority. The
"amiable fireplug tied the score with a tape-measure belt into
the right-field bleacher in- the seventh and came home with
the winning run afteiT opening the ninth with a single to left.
Berra hit to all fields and-from all positions. .-.
tseiore ne joinea tne xaiutcea h ocaavuivj.auiiKc ixu--i.
mott was asked how he pitched to Berra?, ; ;,s,-
:,, .::JI"Wlth a lump lri mg 'throat," he axmtt'fJ-yK-i
-v J '-'V' V'- "' 4 HITSMALL " t "fl'- ;
Berra is the best bad-ball hitter in baseball: The .best since
Joe Medwlck. He's as liable to hit one out' of the park off his ear
as off his ankle. Obviously, his timing, coordination, vison.. and
audacity... are extraordinary. His .294 cacreer average is not an
accurate reflection of his value at the plate. He is probably the
best clutch hitter in the game. He 'gete wha$ Joe McCarthy likes
to call "the important hit." - : : : t
Opening-day guests saw a new and unsuspected side of the
' clean-up hitting catcher, when he exploded in a towering rage
against plate umpire Ed Rommel who had called him out on
strikes. Normally Berra takes this sort of thing in a live-and-leU
live manner. s '-
This time, however, he beefed violently, dogged Rommel's
tracks when the umpire moved from the plate rone to indicate
he had heard enough, and, by way of underlining his choler,
threw his bat In the general direction of the dugout, forcing Andy
Carey into an ad-lib high jump to save his legs. ..
It developed Berra wasn't protesting the third-strike call as
such, but Rommel's refusal to grant him immunity from the new
' rule which forbids a batter to step out of the box when the pitcher
is ready to throw. Berra had claimed interference by the Wash Washington
ington Washington catcher. The rule he was to learn, admits, of no mltiga-
What made Berra's performance all the more astonishing Is
mat ne la innately good numored. Borne or Ms -pest iriends are
baseball umpires and hockey referees. Of course, the fact that
the called pitch split the plate high may have had something to
o wiui viie 19.1c uu worst,, iuki iuksu k Kek vo swiik at many 01
that kind.: ., , ,, . '1 .: f
' 1 A DRESSEN'S LOT" ".' 'i-V
- The Senators lost their first two, each by one run. A hit here
or a break there and the defeats could readily have been victe-
fies. That's the kind Of Ufa the manaser of bud Kail rlnh mint
expect to live, ; f ..." .
Charley Dressen b V manager of demonstrated blf-learn
All of which means, of course,
we now turn to baseball for real.
ClanM .. .... L..k...1lfM4 .Mil KnW
r lulls evexjr uaiwviauui wax,
from now until October, we shall
behold to "For.eet itiv or "How.
About That" when a. home run
is hit. The newspapers will be
filled with "Cards .Trump Flock,
4-3" or 'I frever Said That,'
Normally, this is a-happy ex
cursion bv adults into a. same
originally designed for small
boys. But this year, spring train
ing has been put down fresh,
first, then hasned and re-hash
ed By opening day, we felt like
half the season was over, r
So to save a lot of time and
energy and preserve our en enthusiasm,
thusiasm, enthusiasm, for a Yankee-Brooklyn
World series, -we herewith, give
you the 1957 major league sea season,
son, season, day-by-day: 1
APRIL Doa Newcembe shuts
out Phillies. . Mickey Mantle
hits a home run out of the Yan Yankee
kee Yankee Stadium (left-handed) and
oasev steneel savs he wished
Mlckev would have bunted on
te nextat bat Instead of trip
line to left center. "Make him
mnr .,, versatile.-" r.ftsev' said.
Mantle hit the triple right-hand
ed, i k .MUwaukee wins wiree
straight games on squeeze plays
and Fred Haney is eulogized as
a man who brought oia-time
strategy Into game .. Ted Wil Williams
liams Williams says the interstate Com Commerce,
merce, Commerce, commission is no good
for truck drivers.'
Eric Scores Upset Win
In Sprint Feature Rsce
. BYRNE-INC 'EM IN' Tommy Byrne keeps up a constant stream of chatter to : batters
. but is all business when he whips his arm around and snaps pin-point hooks high and tight
0 and around' hitters' knees, The Yankees" veteran left-hander, who staged a remarkable ;'
1 -comeback, two. years ago, now is' equally as' valuable as a relief worker.
Gene Littler Cops Tcurntiment
-- .4 -v .' j ( t
Of Champions ifbr Third JJme.
Don Neweembe! Ted WUUams'
(UP) Gene Littler,' playing on his
favorite cours., beat back the
challenge of Dick Mayer In a
great down-the-stretch birdie duel
to win the $40,000 Tournament of
Champions, today for- the uurd
consecutive time. ' :
Victory not only brought Littler
$10,000 cash first prize again, but
uaid off for singer Frankie Laine,
who purchased him : in the Cal
cutta pool, for r another : $95,000
gross. Laine, who, has" owned Lit-tier-
all three years," now has
netted approximately $190,000 ia
the three tournaments.;:
Littler, matching V birdies with
Mayer all. through the last -18
holes., nosted a 72-hole score of
285 compared with 289 for Mayer.
The medal cards today were 70
for .Littler and 72 for Mayers,
Actually. Mayer ended up in a
three-way tie for sixth place as
he folded on tne last lew noies
after climbing to within one stroke
of Littler on the 10th. . j
' Veteran uisimy Demaret ; and
youngster Dow" Finsterwald Billy
Maxwell and Billy Casper were
tied for second with 288 totals-
Maxwell shooting" a three-under-
par 6 today. 4'Vv ..'
jumer naq startea tne aay witn
a one-stroke lead over uon Jan January
uary January and a two-stroke advantage
over Mayer, with whom he was
paired today. At the end of nine
holes today. Gene and Dick each
had one-under-par 35s, And on the
10th, Mayer puled to within a
single. stroke of Littler by knock-
uig in a oiraie pau.
Tied for sixth with Mayer were
April 21 The 293 'totals included Dr. Caryiteking a fat 83 with a horrendous
Middlecoff, ... Peter. Thomson, and
Fred Hawkins, while Jay Hebert,
who started the tournament by
" lt"Mas once"'more"an 'all-Gus-i two rtLCit eadh to account lor t
tines victor1 in the President 1 'eight' of the ten-races on tht,
Remon racetrack's main 5 event I cord.; - 4 s :
yesterday when little Heliodoroi heoolledo scored bis two' wins
Gustines drove hA grandfather's aboard Carlos Eltta'a brilliant
Chilean-bred colt Erio home firsWtwo-year-old native prospects
in the, :$7a0 seven-furlong sprint Esteban and Janina. The former,
for second series Imported thorti equalled the seven-furlong- rec
oughbreds, Isaac "Maestro" Guar! 01 d for native with 1:201-5. Ja
tines owns and trains Eric.
Erici.an outsider in the bet'
ting; returned $12.60 and $6.60
in the mutueU, He turned the
distance in the Good time oj
1:24. , v
iiina won by nearly half a fur
long Jo come within three-fif chs
of a second of the. .1:01; mark
held by Tanara. , a
.r "' FIRST RACE
1 Remczada t3, $2.80 1
2 Rada $11.20. x
Jal Alal II and mutuels favor
ite Douoie 'our led the pack in
tnat order all tne-way to tne fi
nal furiong where vhey, auoden
ly faded as the result of the bite- ' SECOND RACE
terms pace set by the- formers i.rvMmi .W9n 4
l' n w.Vl'.nn n.4 i-Tnltt'' virt not . r & T- :.'..;..".";.'.
muili ivutuu labcu tV'U. VA : 4 r-i UlCla $4.AU
First Double $12.60.. '.
r THIRD RACE
the distance: swept to the front
"when the leaders weakened and
drew out in the run to the wire
to score By almost fonr'lengi,ns, 2:Lady Edna $3.20
iiuiiatuse; uaviian ana mos- Onp-Two- S25 sn
sadea came on for a blanket fln-i '. . fourth RACE
ish behind tne winner. -Jai Alai ,1-vilma P. $3.20, $2.20.-,
H and Double Four, completely,
ine secondary attraction also
produced an uDset winner Odds
on mutuels choice Opulento met
mterrerence that practically eli
minated him from contention
and outsider Volcanico went 'on
to score a post-to-posl; victory
mat rewarded nis backers with
2 Mellizo. $2.80.
FIFTH RACE ,
1 Esteban (excluded -from bet bet-J
J bet-J ting).
2 Rabiblanco $3.20.' (No place
betting). a ?
11 on the eighth hole, ame back a-- $22.20 payoff, : Volcanico' 13 l
with a 68 today -for a 293 total.
Ex-Cricket Pldyer Among i
Of Mdibr. teaeiie Rookies,
By STIVE SNIDER
owned by movie star
Gustines, leading, jockey Ru Ruben
ben Ruben Vasquez. Alejandro ycaza
ana Cristian Rebolledo toon
-Ezcasay $5.40, $3.20
Tetry. 2 El Fakir $3.
" SEVENTH RACE
1 Mrs Halllgan $6; $3.60
2- -Gourmet $4.40.
.Second Double: $13.40 :.
NEW YORK. April 12 fUP'
Hopes are high this spring1 for a
oetter-tnan-usuai crop ot rookies
Cal "Neemanof the4ubi : got the'
ejrly call over Charlie' Silvera 1
ex-Yanxee c-uupen catcher.
'.Rookie pitching is aft even great greater
er greater gamble" but- they'll telf you the
''can't miss'V groupnow or in the
future includes Rene Valdez of the
Dodgers, Juan Fizarro of the
Braves,. Raul Sanchez of the Red-
Tnrro Ttsin T a iL. rTW il
trt th r.rHinal.'V n ' !lDIlVE10,e9'
xnis, oi course, is subject to
Janina, (excluded from
2 Bagdad $30, $6.60.
3 Linda Susv. $3.40, '.
Qulniela: $49.40' t.
to the Cardinals.
The year's most publicized rookie
with niltfielfipr ftnor Mri nf Tnnn TCnholr nf tho VanVfcae' ia
the Indians and shortstop. Andrei getting the ea'syreak-in treatment
noagers oi me uianis on in irom Manager vaiey Stengel praters to
1 Volcanico $22 20. 8.
2 Empire Honcv $fl(
change without notice
. TENTH RACE
1-Erlc $12.60. 46 60.
2 Comatose $4.60 .',
i t t r r it
J MAY Pittsburgh takee the January, who had a 73 today, and
National League ieaa ana every everybody
body everybody wants to know if they'll
hold, up ... The Dodgers are
fourth and Jackie Robinson
writes a controversial atory ana
lvein them. "They miss me," he
concludes ;'. The Cardinals swap
il men for the Giants jonnny
Antonelli and automatically are
rated pennant- iavontes oy i
Vegas If they aad the 11 swap swapped
ped swapped men back ,.-v Ted 'Wllltftms
denies be said the ICC was bad
for truck drivers and he write
an apology to everybody..
jTrvEMUwaukee's Ed Math
ews misses a squeeze bunt and
the Braves lose a one run game
to Brooklyn. Manager Haney la
Diasvea ior cripjjimg iu
offense . Mickey Mantle drops
behind his beat-Ruth pace and
everybody feels Stengel r waa
right; he should bunt more.
Mantle hits three homer on a
Friday night, one on baiuraay
end two on Sunday-. : Ted Wil Williams
liams Williams says truck drivers are fresh
tathe ICC. 4 J
in the annual search for new ma
Jor-league stars. '-
Early -v lineups: carried .- a strong
rooms uavor, inaicaimK me man
agers are as anxious as the kids
to find out if they're a' prize or
a Dig time Dust. ;v
The Indians. Phillies and Cubs
eachv have three yearlings on a
more-or-less regular status and
most other clubs ; are counting
heavily on rookies to fill chronic
The' Indians, desperate for punch,
installed Maris in left field this
spring, hoping the rookie up front
Inidanapolis would get off to a
good start. He drew raves on the
exhibition trail and then, in his
use when he can afford tttat luxurv
as h can this year. But iJasey fig figures
ures figures -Tony eventually-wuHorvir-the
left-field .'problem or, M. Mickey
Mantle is injured, take em cen center
ter center in big league style. 'v vH-
Paul- Richards of the OrWles is
convinced he has comer. W;in,
third baseman Brooks Robinson, i
who'll spell L the veteran George
Kell. ". ";'.,:,-. v..i-.,;
Rut many newcomers were good
enough to elbow their way into the
lineup right awy and that group
includes: bnortstop cmco ernan-
dez of the Phillies second base
man Mut Graff of the AthleUcs.
center-fielder Bobby Gene Smith
of the Cardinals, right-fielder Jim
second major league, game, un Landis of the White Sox. shortstop
loaded a grand slam homer in the'Lyle Luttrell of the Senators, se-
veteran Ed Fureol.
- 'Way back, seyen : strokes be behind
hind behind the winner, came Doug Ford
and Johnny Palmer, each with 292 splash that great
scores, Ford getting a 69 today Rodgers. an ex
against a 73 for Johnny,, 'from the Bahamas, stepped right vitz another shot it catchinf and
11th inning to lick the Tigers: No
other rookie' made an opening
cond baseman Casey Wise of the
Cabs and outfielder Carl Powis of
Pittsburgh is giving Danny Kra
Li' w r
? ... ,r lit f
'ThTpUUTZEft PRIZE Com,dy ly WlUIAM MGl
Theatre Guild Monday Ihru S:!urday
managers.. ,vand he will try harder... but when the material is
aet there, the cause b simply hopeless.
Even when the pitching makes It close, the odds are aealCst
him because the defense U second rate, the reserves iirin "A!".T.VJ ;
Dressen overlooked no angles; once he pulled hi centerflelder in Sft my th, aid Tof rUolutioUry.
ItXY-Joe Adcock. after hit
ting two home runs for Milwau Milwaukee,
kee, Milwaukee, is beaned by a Dodger
pitcher his next time tip. "1 hope
he's not hurt," the pitcher says.;.
'.'All I need. wasnmgun-
Charley Dressen says, "is 15 good
ball players and I'd beat them
yanks." PitUburgh. in alxtn
place, shakes up Ue lineup ...
Don Larseh baa a 1-7 record and
close and a Whitey Ford liner that should have scored the win winning
ning winning run, became a notsy out. All it meant, though, was thai the
guillotine fell in the ninth Instead of the seventh.
oan u1 :nbot
l'-5NT 777" : 1 zTi A Li.
A FILL YObll btEUSl
trtDle wlndUD ... A report has
Leo Durocher taking over a-National
League team, wrtr Jackie
Rofctnson and Eddie Stanky as
coaches ... Either that. or. they
will menate prize fighters. t
ATGrST Rabeu Oomei nar narrowly
rowly narrowly misses beanlng Joe Ad Ad-cock,
cock, Ad-cock, then receives an Invite to
race Wes Eantee for money after
breaking hit old 220 record In
runnlne away ... Cincmr.ati's
o'rHf. Thhtia av Lew Bor-
imtt n I'.ivaukft isn't throw-
trt2 a p;tter, but the pltfli cen-
tamry nopi suite one. .oiuajcih
ward from a chew
ing tim company for buying the
10 mi-iOfim pari ... iea vu vu-liams
liams vu-liams comet out against Texa
im hita irta iio-ne run of tiie
son cvnd the UoCgexa aj he's
. . . w
reacv V) r;v now n win.
wi trrm ra;t ta nark with
' Ms frof.ts. U frat at by TH Wii Wii-h.atra
h.atra Wii-h.atra and fired for Uk-re it
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" FOR RENT: Chalat at Golf
H-ightt. Larga gardan, liinf liinf-t
t liinf-t room, fining room, 3 badroomi,
' 2 bathrooms, maid'a room.
hot ntor. Coniatoly,fwriiifh"
; od.- Contract-n ba arrangad
- for' 3 -yoara. Phono mornings
J-2975. Evanlngs, 2-2970.
FOR RENT: Localo formal formally
ly formally occupiod by Lavanderia Rai-
no, $50.00 Bocas- dal' Toro SW
No. 4 Phono 2-Utt.
WANTED: Cook' and. gan gan-oral
oral gan-oral housokoopoft Must? bo
noat. Houso o260 Los Rios.v
FOR RENT: -tig spaco for
ffico in first plant of 22 East
Bio Stroot No. 24-72 $100.- In.
formation. TaL 2-2718. Ith, St.
TOKYO, April 22 (UF) Direct
telephone service between-Moscow
and Tokyo opened todty'for the
first time in history. -v.
The circuit is open only one hour
day, however. ; :
There a, was no telephone service
between? the two capitals before
T l '
(Continued from Pare 7
games ahead, are the object cl'
a deep plot, Manager Stengel
ays. "Trying toimaKe my fellas
overconfident.1' ... Brooklyn
beats Milwaukee three- straight
and wins the National League
pennant. i .
OCTOBER Don Newcombe
starts the second game of. the
World Series1 for Brooklyn and
has a norhltter working until
Yocl Berra leads off the second
with a but we're getting into old
. f-imw i rrtwii ih.mi. hm j"-- i
for young visitor to Rome, Italy, as he relaxes to read a letter. t
r The hand is a relic of a lost granite statu off antiquity. J
. TV Service
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All vYork CuaranUed
ATTENTION. O. 1,1 Jost built
ma.tni fumbhad apartmannv I.
2 badraamt, bet, satdwatar. :
Phona FanaM 3-4941.
FOR -RENT: Fornishod t.
partmonts on ,Via' Forras,ov
orlooking SAS commissary, bo bo-side
side bo-side Roosevelt Theatre.
, FOR RENT: FOrnithad a a-partmonts
partmonts a-partmonts on Via Porras, No.
120,: ovorlooking SAS ommis
sary, bosido. Roosevelt Thaa--'tro
ToUpono 3-5024.' ' -V,
FOR RENT:,-- Two room
i- partmont with sorvico, ample
water supply,, $2750, 13th. St.
No. 27; Parsjue Lofovro.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished
partmont, private entrance.
Lovely residential oaetlon.
Largo living room, d 1 n I n g
room, two bedrooms, 2 baths
1 maid's ouartars, locked, ;' gar.
ago. Panama 3-0873.
FOR RENT: Very cool and
comfortable scraanad one bod bod-:
: bod-: room- apartment In St. Regis
building Darion Street. For in in-.
. in-. sail 2-1451
, IW H1.IIW.
. ... .; j : )..
during otnco novrs.
FOR RENTS' Vacation Qtro.
Updown, furnished. Juno, July
Contact Immediately Tel. 2 2-2722
2722 2-2722 u Los Rios.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
epartmonts, completely mod mod-am,
am, mod-am, in construction,, ready -to
be occupied.' in first days- of
May. S70.-. Information Tel.. 2 2-2711.
2711. 2-2711. Sth Stroot No. 5-30,
: FOSTER'S C0TTA6IS and large
baacb hoeso. Oho aUle past Ca Ca-sIbo.
sIbo. Ca-sIbo. Fbooe Balboa 1S66. i
PHILLI PS OeoansWo Cottagoe
Santa Clara. Box 180 Pana Pana-mi,
mi, Pana-mi, r. do P." Phono Paaame
3-1877, Cristobal 1-1173., .
i -i-r'-c 1
VNITEp 'STATES Of' AMERICA
Vnttca Stoles Otetrlct Caatt Par
The District at The Canal Zaae
, ,-. DirMiod of Balboa
Keaaeth Thomnaon. PMntiff. Vs.
Theresa Thompson. Defendant Sum Summons
mons Summons C-M No. 4487. Civil Docket fl.
Aettoa nr Ehvnrra.
To the abnveunned defeodant:'
You arc hereby rtjuird to appear
and aarwer the complaint filed in the
aba re entitled action within ninety dan
uur ina puDueanon.
In eaaa of roar failure to so annaar
and aiaiwei. hjdemeM win be taken
fainst you ay detoutt for the relief de demanded
manded demanded In the tnojuilalnl.-
V. Uness the Honorable Gulferle P.
Crowe.- odae. United States .District
court for the Dfcrtriet of Oaa Canal Zone.
Uut April. IS.. 1SST.
j. ; C. T. lacC-nrick, Jr.
Br Sara da la Peaa
' ' Chief Deputy Crek-
To Thareaa Tbompaoa
The loreeomr aumasone is Ki lad
oa yea by p-bllisii yursusMt ta the
oraar at the riononbte Uutftrte r.
Crowe. Judge United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated April II. 1SS7. and entered
and filed fen this rti m the office of
the Clerk of said United States District
Oort far the piiUiao.of ajalboa. an
April 11. 1SS7. '
C T. sSrCalek, Jr.
- Clerk j
By Hare la Peno
.- Chief Deputy Crek
f rAVf Vnin in nim flNIt nrntIR
INTERNAU OB POBLICAaONES-No.
tha Bella Vista Theatra.
FOR SALE: 4f Oldsmobilo
Coed condition $300.? Call 84 84-4144.
FOR SALE; Chevrolet Sta.
Wagori 195, 4 door o pass.
Call.Gamboa O-450. s
FOR SALE: -- 151, Mercury
Sport, coupe,, overdrive, radio,
like new. Original owner.
Phono Balboa 3747. 4:00 to
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford cost cost-em
em cost-em Tudor sedan, black and
white w-w radio. 'Call 5-310 or
FOR SALE: Must sail, 1949
Buick tudor with- dynaf low.
Winston upright Grand Piano
No reasonable offer refused.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury
2 doer. Clean throughout. Can
be financed. Call Navy 2342.
FOR SALE: '51 Buick 2
1 tone, 4 door, radio, excellent,
condition 3 now tiros. Balboa
FOR SALE: 1947 Chovrolet
aorO'Sodan. Radio, good tires,
$250. TaL 2-4284 or saa at Apt.'
FOR SALE: Beautiful blue
55 Pontiac Convertible. Looks
new, parfect condition, duty
paid. $2,100 or highest offer.
Contact George- Hamilton,
FOR SALE: Plymouth 1955
4 door sedan automatic. Belv Belvedere.
edere. Belvedere. Excellent, trade cheap
car. Phono Balboa 4474.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
210 four door sedan,' two-tone
paint, driven 4100 miles. Phone
FOR SALE: Mercury 4 door
Sedan 1952, new tires, good
condition $950. Call Navy Pa Pa-ciffc
ciffc Pa-ciffc 3541.
FOft SALE: Studebaker
PrasUont, 1954. Extras.-Law
TiicahPhone Balboa 1714.
ToC -IALE: 1951 Studea Studea-b
b Studea-b r J Phono Balboa 1459
' ft. .-4 SALE: v 1954 Ford pa-
not anch' wagon with radio,
theater and Windshield washer.
Excellent condition. $2500
Call Kobbo 3142 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick
Special sedan. Dynaflow, radio
heater. Otra, 87 Albrook. Tel.
FOR SALE: 1950 Lincoln
4 door sedan. Good' clean car
FOR SALE : 1954 Buick
Special hardtop, conventional
transmission. Radio, heater
whitewalls $1250. Phono 84-
FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge V-S
Coronet, Autodrlvo, radio, new
tiros, must soil leaving for
States. Will accept trade. TaL
BaL ; 3315 V: ,:,.
'" '; t ean
Gibraltar I4fe Ina Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama I-055S
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packer SMppor Movers
Pboaaea-2451 t; 25
"tar Ridlog at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 4 Jwnptog Claaaas daily
I to S .. r-eoe 2-2451
: or by oppointwaot. -v.
Balboa Service Center
: BEAUTY SHOP
irrnu apktl oklt
AH Oar B PminaoiaBJ
v IS- So sue -y,
. ,NOir -13.75
:r:j: Model yr-z
Wiih F U2 Lcn f
if k as -.
raaaaaA H. Iork Cs14
AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13-37
3 Lotry f l. O CASA ZAU0-CenlrJ
FOR SALE:: Boston Terriers
5 weeks eld. Pedigreed moth-
or. 30th Street- No .14-14, Pa-'
name. Farmacla Ta son. Tel:
FOR, SALE:' 1952 Ford 4
door "Custom, Fordomatk; ra- -dio
heater, clock, new tires,'
brakes, plugs, coil relay etc,
, Undercoat, A-1 condition one
owner $700.-; 1 Underwood
' typewriter, office, completely
reconditioned like new $50. Sea t
at 1025-t) Old Cristopal 3-3105.
, FOR SALE: 21" G.E. 25-40 -cycles
television set,- $145.
2 1x3 1-4 Speed Graphic cirn cirn-era
era cirn-era $90; 88mm. Revere" Movie
"camera $40. Phono Ft. Clayton
FOR SALE: Deep freeze.
14 cubic foot. : Panama 3-0873.
FOR SALE: Indian, "80"
motorcycle. Will trade for i any
item' approximate value $300..
Call 2-4319. House-1524- B. Ga.
villan Jtd. Balboa. ;
FOR SALE: Portable sew sewing
ing sewing machine with, case $50. $50.-Navy
Navy $50.-Navy 3)70, .'.;..,.,
FOR SALE: Late 1954, 21"
G. E. swivel-base T.V; Console
25-40 cycle $200.- Phone Navy
FOR SAL Et 13 cu. ft. deep deep-freeze
freeze deep-freeze $275. Maytag -automatic
washer $100. Albrook 2217.
FOR SALE Beautiful and
fractical mahogany bar with
I highstools upholstered in 1
red. : Appropriate for; Embas.
sies end Residences. See- it,
to appreciate. Price $90.- Via
Porras No. 202 San FrSnciseo
SEX LOWERS UCLY HEAD
, detective work leaves off in a London, England,, pet shop, as
. "Marilyn," a slinky, seven-foot-long lady boa constrictor Joma
the search for "Bertie," a male boa that escaped from Its. cage.
r Mrs. Keg Tairbanks holds "Marilyn" as the snake peers hope hopefully
fully hopefully under the floorboards, along with shop owner Fairbanks
and SPCA Inspector Sydney Green, center. Marilyn's effort
to vamp Bertie back into captivity flopped. y
Sex Censorship Unrealistic
HOLLYWOOD. April 22 (UP Whines, rattled off a brief speech.
Movieland payed host last weekl
to a quartet of, rencn movie
stars all of whom agreed that
American censorship of sexy -mov
ies is not realistic. 7
Actresses Micbeline Presle (pro-,
nounced Prell) and Francoise Ar
noul, accompanied by matinee
idols ". Gerard Philipe and ; Jean
Marias, lived vp to advance notices!
of Gallic glamour
Tberr visa was ue equivalent, on
. aoodwill tour of France by
Marlon Brando. Clark Gable, Mar
ilvn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor
With lypical French charm, the
visitors explained they were, mix
oiff business with pleasure.
Priicarv iHirDose.of the Junltei
was to stimulate interest m French
moxiea. Thev accomplished this by
premiering eight pictures in- San
Francisco at ine nrst rceaca na
festval held a'the VS.' -Fraocsco
at the first French film
festival held La the u J.
BarwsJ In Beaten
Because recent French import J
"Lady Chatteriey'a Lover,". as
been banned from bere to
Boston, the- visitors were touchy
a boot censorship.. .-
"We cannot understand why my
banned on American screens,'
said Miss Presle in an accent a;
French as escargot.
liaraia, getting tba drift M
H" STREET. PANAMA UBRERIA PRECIADO 7 Slrtet N. 13 0 AGENC1AS
Ave S, UUBOS PHAKMACyv-18i!
' Specialists in Television, Hi-Fi,
Radio, Phonograph, Ta n mil milters,
ters, milters, : receivers, and all alec alec-tronic
tronic alec-tronic equipment. Service calls
$2.50. Call by 7:00 p.m. for
. same day- service. All work
; guaranteed. Phone U.S. Televi Televi-''
'' Televi-'' sion Panama 2-4414.f ''
t The best dinners and drinks
" are served in our modern air air-"
" air-" conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Intornacional "Pla "Plaza
za "Plaza 5 da Mayo..
FOR SALE: -. Modern 2-bed-room
chalet, maid's room and
bath, hot. and 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 te terras
rras terras and 50th St. r t"-'
St.. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
DITCH DIGGERS H E AO'
QUARTERS, We sell geoet va va-luel
luel va-luel Attractive homes at raa-
sonable prices. Also can assist
you in obtaining reasonable
rentals: See -.TROY HAYES,
president Panama Canal Socie Society,
ty, Society, c-o A.F. WHITE, Realtor
, 195.9th St. North, Telephone 7-'
. 0344 :
J FOR SALE: -i Buy rich coffee
land in Costa Rica. Write Mi-
'' guol Llm. Box 138, A14uela,
Costa Rica. x
FOR SALE: A 15 acres cbf
v fee farm, right In the' city' of
t Boquote; you can reach It
i walking from the center of the
town.'. 4,000 coffee trees and a
.good house. Write P. 0. Box
. 48-Balboe. v" ,'
Sex aooeal takes tin where
"tie ssys," Mic-eline- translated,
tnat- we nave censorsniD in
France, too. But it is more prac practical.
tical. practical. We don't -censor the same
things, r ,; v
Catching a few familiar words,
he very sexy Francoise jumped
into the conversation: She was
rrancoise says we censor poli polices,
ces, polices, religion and military scenes,"
Micheline explained, adding,, that
s simply French common sense.
But censoring sex is not realistic
at all. i. -' -v.:.;- ...
Phillip, a French version of
Robert Wagner, winked1 wisely.
We are a practical people," be
Is a id haltingly. v-
T.ouiine is so silly as censorio
It is natural. Over here-everyone
n .films sleeps in twin beds
Mmetimes in separatar-rooms.
"In French movies we put them
a a double bed as it should be."
Before trouping into a party
sponsored by the Hollywood For Foreign
eign Foreign Press Assn. all four admitted
rhey'd Like to make pictures in
loliywood providing obey bad
'Most ol all," Micbeline conclud
fd, "we would like to see French
ilms dubbed in English for gener
al. release ia Uua eouiLry -un-
La 0SQ"''Jj, CMBMAC1A OM
. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO 1
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, CX.
FOR SALE: Bed type couch
with bolsters and cover, S30.
Phona Balboa 2-3674.
FOR SALE:. All porcelain
9 C-F. Westinghouse refriger refrigerator,
ator, refrigerator, $100.- G.E. wasing ma machine
chine machine S40. new 40 cycles units
' Phone Gamboa 4-441. ',
FOR SALE: Complete' set
of Venetian blinds $15.00. Suiti
able for 4 family 2 bedroom
. quarters. Balboa 2385. v
FOR SALE: Mahogany Di Dining
ning Dining Room set. 8 pieces; me metal
tal metal sideboard; -2 metal night
stands; light mahogany ; table
; 34x36; 2 basket chairs; crib; j
Chinese chest, miscellaneous
' items. Phone Balboa. 2833.'
FOR SALE: 5 pieces onaha.
gany imitation 'bamboo living"
room set. In very good condi condi-.
. condi-. tion, (custom made )i -Ernesto ..
Lefevre Avenue 7 No. 40, Par- :
que Lefevre. Phone 2-4970
9:00 a.m. to 12:00 and 2:00
to 5:00. i
FOR SALEt ; Futuristic"
;; Bamboo fibre chairs In ccrrs, I
512.95. Jewelry store Est adio
near to the Encanto Theater. J
FOR SALE:' 13 deepfreeze,
automatic washer, other
household goods. Phone Al Albrook
brook Albrook 2217. :
FOR SALE: Porch sets $59.,
i chest of drawers $9.50, bunk,
beds $44.00 child's wardrobe,
$25.00, China closets $15.00, 8,
i pes living room set $45.00, dou double
ble double beds with mattress $49.00
folding beds $27 JO, center ta. ;
bias $7.50. Alsos Wrought iron
living room nd dining room t
sets, porch chairs, innerspring
mattresses, linoleums. BIG
CASH DISCOUNTS EASY
'TERMS. Household Exchange,
, National Ave, No. 41 Tela: 3 3-4911;
4911; 3-4911; 3-7348.
, Bedroom sat for-sale, mahog mahogany
any mahogany single bed, springs, new
foam rubber mattress $50.00,
' mahogany chest and drawers
$10.00. 742-C Balboa.
FOR SALE: Urgent-bargain
bedroom set, livingroom sot,
dinigroom sat, stoves heater,
youth bad '- baby's carriage.
FOR SALE: Bedroom furn furn-'
' furn-' Itura. dining table six' chairs,
refrigerator, stove. U r g e n t.
52nd Street No. 21 Apart. S Tel.
lose your shirt
. in the
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opportunity well known Amer American
ican American i firm seeks experienced
man. 27-38 travel Nicaragua,
Costa Rica, Panama submit
i resume all replies absolutely
- confidential. Write S. R. Box
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Learn'' Spanish with Mrs. Ro
mero's Conversational System,
rem., beginners and advanced
Pupils. Lessons: Mornings, aft-,
ernoons and evenings.- 4th of
July Avenue T 1-352, in front
of Quarry Heights,
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. HANDY ART Artist Paolo Weiss shows his painting at the
ifirst Italian exhibition of native surrealist art in Rome.' The
, work. displays a bush of female hands rising from snaky roots.
1,200,1100 Jam NY's Fifth Avenue
To Show Off Their Easter Xlotnes
CHICAGO, April 22 (UP)
Millions of Americans,' dressed
m new- spring clothes,- attended
Caster s e r vi c e t yesterday in
flower-bedecked .churches "through
out tije nation.
Many tiinstians rose early
to worship in open air at sunrise
services, although attendance at
some outdoor services was limited
by rain, or threatening weather
President and Mrs. Eisenhower
led the nation in prayer, attending
services-at-Reid. Memorial Presbyterian-Church
in Augusta, Ga.,
where v the Chief Executive is
vacationing. - r'
Treasury' Secretary and Mrs.
George M.3 Humphrey, weekend
guests of the' President, joined the
nation sr first family t services
After church, the annual -.aster
parades began.- Millions- of per
sons promenadea along avenues
and boulevards in cities across
the land in the annual display of
spring 'finery. f - ---.
? New Yorkers' Parade' -;;:
Largest turnout was -in New
York City,' where some 1,200,000
persons, jammea iinn-. Avenue
from 49th to 59th streets to show
off their new bonnets and clothes.
Clear skies and balmy r temper temperatures
atures temperatures attracted the large crowd,
and about 350 policemen were
assigned to keep order, along the
avenue.c '.. a -Ji.'-
Chicago's Michigan Avenue and
Grant Park along the shore of
Lake Michigan also were crowded
with thousands of strollers taking
advantage, of fair .weather but
In -some cities, however," the
appropriate attire f for an Easter
parade was-an umbrella or a
raincoat;. vi i r:
The first sunrise serVice ; was
held on the top of Cadillac moun mountain
tain mountain near Bar Harbor, Maine, the
point i where the sun first sheds
PARKING IN 4', FEET Nosing in between two cars parked -on
a New York street, this autoist has no trouble parking bis
tiny German car. The whole front opens like a Urge door,
folding the steering wheel forward for -easy entry or egT-ai.
The fVt-foot-kHig car, a BMW Isetta "300," weighs 770 pounds
and accommodates two adults and a child. Its 13-h.p. enrJwe,
which gets CO miles to the gallon and cruises at M mj a. ia
i 'i j-
American family wants a good
cook, with references, i has to
live in, good salary.. Tel: 3-1231
WANTED: Maid for small
' family. Must know to cook and
ynust sleep in. Apply at office
33 street No. 3-23 between 9:00
a.m. .and 12 noon.
its light upbn 'the 1 United Statei
each day. Several hundred wor worshippers
shippers worshippers attended' the service.
Some 5,000 persons gathered for
the 21st annual Easten sunrise
service atop Bald Knob Moun Mountain,
tain, Mountain, the highest point in Illinois.
Pilgrims from -nine states sat on
the 1,030-foot hillside dotted with'
flowering red bud and dogwood
; Rains In Oklahoma ',
" Near' Lawton', Okla.,- a two-inch
rain, reduced attendance at the
Wichita Mountains Easter pag pageant.
eant. pageant. Parking areas- for' the; pag pageant
eant pageant were flooded by the down downpour,
pour, downpour, which 4 forced creeks and
streams from their banks- in the
area.?-'.--.-;--Vj- -. :
In Texas, Easter was a day of
anxiety -for families livini near
or along"-turbulent- streams 'carry
ing the runoff of record-breaking
spring tains.' Some 200 families
were forced from their homes in
various sections, a normally dry
creeks in Central Texas -were
filled to overflowinz 'j bv down
pours' ,'which totaled almost 10
inches, (I T' ..-:.--.-.-,
Rain threatened the Hollywood
Bowl Easter service, but none
fell. Attendance, however.' fell
below the 20,000 expected.
An estimated 20.000 persons at
tended a service under partially
overcasi sxies at i a&enat eso
overcast skies at the base of a
giant cross atop California
Mount Davidson, and ministers
from v a representative group
of?, San Francisco's ' Protestant
churches, took part. '-
Nearly lo.ooo persons attended
Denver's most famous annual
Easter observance at scenic Red
Rocks ; Theater outside the city.
Heavy tog, nowever, cut attend
ance to 2,500 at a service in the
colorful Garden of the Gods at
Colorado Springs. : ;.. i 't i
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, TERRT AND THE PIKA1XS
MONDAY, APRIL 22, 1957
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By EDGAR MARTIN
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foed tcW rtore, which Kxm became too tnP tor corn-.
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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, APRIL 22,, 195T
f TESTIFIES Mrs Helen uan-
field, 26, brunette divorcee,
i tells the Senate Labor Raclc Raclc-i
i Raclc-i ets' Committee in Washington
'thflt she-took tape recordings
5 of conversations between two
Teamsters Union officials
t when the men discussed a
i dynamite nlot against a non non-i.uiiion
i.uiiion non-i.uiiion construction job m
:iScranton. Pa. -She said she
took the recordings because
J her boy friend ? former
official of the union local in
: Scwnton had been seleit seleit-'
' seleit-' ed' ta "tcfte the rap" for the
Attaclc On Beck
4 WASHINGTON, Aprjl 2 (UP)
A.X.-CIO Vice President Walter
Reuther said today the AFL-CIO
To Bare Secret
A ,'- 1 s
Exchanged On Eve
'very sound and firm con-
stitutional grounds for bringing
corruption charges against Team
ster, president Dave Beck and the
big union itself.
Reuther. who is also Dresident
of the United Auto Workers, re re-;
; re-; jeeted Beck's argument that the
AFL-CIO Executive Council did
not liave the authority to suspend
; Jiinv and to order both him and
' 'his union to stand trial before the
Ethical Practices Committee.
; Kcuiher said the council acted
in accordance with the proce procedures
dures procedures laid down by the AFL-CIO
iick and other union offfcials
.recently were the targets of sen sen-,
, sen-, Rational corruption charges made
- by witnesses before the Senate
- Labor Rackets Committee.
The AFL-CIO Executive Council
subsequently ordered teamster of officials
ficials officials to appear before the Ethi Ethical
cal Ethical Practices Committee May 6
to answer the accusation that it
is under corrupt domination.
Back To Apptar
Beck himself was ordered to
appear later in the month on
, charges that he brought the labor
movement into disrepute by invok
ing tne. r inn Amendment pro-
, tection against possible self in-
t Crimination .117 times.
i Reuther was asked on the CBS
f television program ''Face The Na Nation
tion Nation '4 if Beck's repeated chal challenges
lenges challenges and demands on the AFL-
' CIO. indicate that he and other
teamster officials will boycott the
- corruption hearings.
'.RCuther said the "general im-
Sression" he hai obtained is that
le teamster officials will not ap appear
pear appear at the hearings. He said he
. doubts the wisdom of their ac actions,'
tions,' actions,' however.
'"I bops they do show up," he;
(aid. "I believe they are entitled
to their day in court.
; He. added, however, that failure
of the teamsters to appear will
not prevent the Ethical Practices
Committee from "processing the
charge" or block the determina determination
tion determination of the AFL-CIO to "cleanse
the labor movement oi crooks and
LONDON, April 22 (UPl-frhe
Soviet-; Foreign Ministry an announced
nounced announced today it is publishing
Russia's seeret correspondence
with Britain and France onv the
eve of the Egyptian invasion. -The
details of the notes, be between
tween between Moscow, London and par par-is
is par-is may end the long; mystery over
reports tnat Russia threatened
nuclear retaliation i against the
Anglo-French forces J, ;
The decision to make the no.es
public was announced by Foreign
Ministry pretss. cruel Leonid iiy iiy-ichev
ichev iiy-ichev at a Moscow news confer conference,
ence, conference, Radio Moscow reported..;
"This is being done to give
the world a clearer pictura of
Arraigned In Dealh!
Of Bludgeon Victim
NEW YORK, April 23 (UP)
Confessed murderer Thomas Jo-
sepL' Higgins was arraigned yes yesterday
terday yesterday for the hammer-slaying of
a 19-year-old girl who resisted his
the real attitude of the powers
towards the Middle East," Ra-
mo ftioscow quoted Ilylcbev,
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"t 4--t r v
ence will 'lnfclude.t-iovlet Premier.
Nikolai fiuiganln's. letter" to for former
mer former Prime -Minister Sir' Antho-
He described the material to nv, Fd en which .;nnkt .nt Ri-lt
be published as "the contents of aid's probable .reaction- to the
correspondence exchanged he
tween the heads of governments
of the U.S.S.R.. Britain and
France, on the eve of the -ag
gresslon against Egypt"
Presumably, the correspond-
Three On A Cigarel
Unlucliy For Local
The husky, six-foot blond show
ed no emotion as Magistrate' Al
bert D. Schanzer ordered him held
without bail on a charge of homi
cide for the fatal bludgeoning of
Patricia Ruland last Wednesday.
Higgins, 22, confessed Saturday
that' he hammered Miss Ruland
senseless and dumped her frbm his
car when she resisted his live-m aid
ing. He also blurted out that tie had
fatally beaten Mrs. Dorothy Camp-
Deii, 5Uviasi januafry.
He also allegedly admitted as assaulting
saulting assaulting 9 other women in Brook Brooklyn,
lyn, Brooklyn, s
Schanzer ordered Higgins to be
held for a hearing tomorrow. At ap
proximately the same time funer
al services will be held for Miss
"Of all the gruesome crimes con conjured
jured conjured in a girl's dreams you are
charged with the most macabre,"
Schanzer told the prisoner.
Weather Or Not
This weather report forth
24 hours ending S a.m. today,
is prepared by tne Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydro griph ic
Branch of the Panami Canal
High 89 r 84
Lew 71 78
High 91 82
Low 52 73
(max. mph) NW-18 N-19
rRAIN (inches) 0
(inner harbors) 78 82
TUESDAY, APRIL 2S
11:17 Ji m.
' Smoking marijuana for his
asthma turned out to be a cost
ly cure for Leopoldo Tufton.
The 27-year-old Panamanian
who was charged today in Bal
boa Magistrate's Court for nos
sessing marijuana, was sent to
jau lor 15 days.-.
Two of his buddies, who were
picked up at the Gavilan Beach
area last Friday night today fac-
eti me juage on a charge of vag
rancy, Both men, Jose S. Cede-
no, 34. and Greeorio N. Mnnn
20. were each fined lis A
The trio was observed hv im
lice officer ho watched them
for about 10 minutes before
making his arrest Herald. he
saw eacn man Uke a puff of the
same Cigarette, later identified
as marijuana, before throwing Jt
on. thft,dround When he picked
it p."heM?urned his fingers, he
said, becaise It was still smok-
wneivAsked today whether
mey wijnea to question the ar ar-restingif
restingif ar-restingif fleer. Moran asked:
m "WhjTdid you wait so Jong be before
fore before arresting: us? If I d
policeman I wouldn't wait"
The officer explained that
watcnea tneir art.lnn In nrv-
io aeiernune wnether they each
smoked the cigarette.
Cedefio and i Moran denied
v?.n? about the marijuana,
but Tufion sald he smoked it to
help his asthma. m h. -f
it from a man In Panama, but
dldn t have to pay tot it.
one or tne defendants wanted
"Hovy could you tell from that
distance whether w w
f o vimnl cigarette or
f, policeman repUed: "From
viic tujur inn rn Mnr Tf
Z&SJ te police 'lib and
. w,1ICU y B owecuve to be ma
possibility of attack from a blg-A such 4 threat by Russia which
ger ; power equipped ,4 .with srock-
ets. : e -'
This lettertwas interpreted In
some quarters vas an open, threat
tb-use missiles against Britain
if ; the;. Angto-Frencn campaign
were carrieJto completions a-
... Some Arab nations actually
. declared .after the A n g lo-
French ceasefire that it was
broutrht the attack, to a bait,
' Moscow .Radio broadcast Ily
'chev's announcernent while Mos
cow4 correspondents stilt were at
a news conference- in, the Soviet
Foreign Ministry. -1 i
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.MAYFLOWER' H READ Y TO-' SAIL The Mayf loWr II, replica-bf the vessel' that brought the '
Pilgrinw to the New Wprld, unfurls her square-rigged sails for the-fflrst tlm .and hV h -
full-dress 4rlal;run for her" voyage t
Pilgrims to- the New World, unfurls her square-rigged 'sails )
through the, waters of Tor, Bay off Brixham,: England, in alu
M the U.S., I V- n n nan m A -
A i'"wa lHt 2-'
i PAT .ON THE BACK Piggy-back transportation is Just' fine
t for .ll-month-old Patrick Chase as he, 'rides papoose-fashion
' in this rig, worn by his mother, Irst Deborah Chase. .They're-l
boardinga plane- lor Bermuda at -New Yoke's International ;
Airport She will teach tennis there.'. ' r .r!
Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow
Til Tdm and W-tdmrhA Story COL. DEAN HESS
A-v CLERGYMAN TURNED FIGHTER PILOT!
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MARTHA HYER DAfI DURYEA
Etna Soews" New
CATANIA. Sicily, AprU 22 (UP)
-Europe's "killer mountain." the
fina, resumed iu volcanic erup.
tions early today spewing forth
new waves of lava and sending
burning material soma ana
-re uiue oiciuan aaies. .- :
.LAft" two bays of relative quiet
the volcano last night increased its
activity exploding at the rate of
ae blast every even 'seconds, ac according
cording according te. observers here.'
Each explosion belched forward
masses of i.-va sod incandescent
material feeding the already exist existing
ing existing three streaks of lava and crest-'
ing a new oe. -.
1 l i-W T
v JAMESTOWN CELEBRANTS One of the sure-fire attnc
i tions at the eight-month festival celebrating the 850th annl-M
versary ot the Jamestown, Vsl, colon are these three hand-
j:wivuin wuuuni vnxii. irny ire iuu-size repiicas ot me
40-ton Godspeed, left; the 100-ton Susan Constant, rear; and
the 20-ton Discovery, right, the ships that brought the New
World's first successful English Colonists to found Jamestowa
- In 1007. Permanent mooring- during the AprU 1-Nov. 30 eele eele-'
' eele-' bratto wiU be in the James River, ft Jsmeetown Festival ParkA
Slow Down- 1
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PLYMOUTH. England. 'April 22
(UP)' The Mayflower 'II i;was
maxing a laoonous iwo Knots
down the coast of Southern Eng
land.T today, in i search v of stiff
easterly winds to fill its sails .for
tne voyage. 10 (America. i
The square-rigged three-masted
vessel. replica of the Mayflower
which ; carried the Pilgrim latners
to'; Plymouth, AMass, three centu
ries ago.;' had covered a: bare HO
mile? since jit left here-yesterday
afternoon.. i J?:;k.:
An uncooperative southwesterly
breeze, which naa Deem mowing
at a mild three Knots, -, cropped
off to virtual zero .this morning.
The British Meteorological Serv
ice) forecast; no- improvement i w
i i:.: 1 1 o.
hours. .,. v ':;!;-i; ;A :Ar,V
Tarkine back and forth in the
light winds, the Mayflower II was
making a bare two Knots. v ine
29-man crew, ; headed by Capt.
Alan Villiers. was busy : hauling
n ropes to pull yards and sails
.round tOr catch what. S hreeze
there; was.??"' V C '.'.ii, f ;.
Mf villiar. Abut vr-'th !iinv
sailing 'veisel: today's and j dropped
a final fareweU fiiote' M a water-l
proof bag. It was picked up from
the, calm sea by a boat from the
Mayflower.., xiy j tW-px:?.
Heaf. Wave Hifs' Easfefri
Reports Of Iraiji's
Ehf eriii g : J of dan if
Deiiii By Premier-
AMMAN.' Jordan. April 22
aTP premier Hussein Knalldl
today, denied Egyptian reDor.s
that Iraai troops have entered
Jordan and said thev will not
enter "without our consent and
He said, he Is "not a posi position
tion position to reoly to any questibns
at all" about Saudk' Arabian
and1 Syrian -.troops which al already
ready already are based within this
troubled kingdom. ;
Khalldi spoke at r critical
juncture In Jordan's internal
stxus-ele between East ; and
Ike Will. Board,
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AUGUSTA, Ga April 22 tUP)
The White House announced
today that-. President Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower will go .aboard .: the
Navy's newest carrier, the 60,-
000-ton U.S.S.. Saratoga, -'. for
training exercises of the coast
of Florida June 8-7
Eisenhower will board ; the
new ship at her home port.
Mayport. Fla., spend most of
two days at sea. watchlns .the
Navy's Second angled deck car carrier
rier carrier put her "jet fighters land
twin-Jet bombers through train
NEWYORKApril 22 (UP)
record heat wave" Sunday while
run and ebbing floodwaters
marred Easter observances in
some other sectionr-of the nation
''The topsy-turvy''pattern of the
weather was reflected in- a record
temperature for the Fifth Avenue
parade in New York City, a cold
mass that chilled : the Central
Plains, h and drought rebeving
raiii ui me ooumwes.
j temperatures in the 80s were
common,? m the f, New f England
States. ; v'-?' vr VvV I
nu oo-uiub reauinE .in nw Ynric
City made, it the hottest day of
the year and broke, the previous
Easter' Sunday high of 80 decrees
sei'in ibbs. muaoeipma had a
record 88 for air April: 21, v while
in ; ua oraore me mercurv 'soared
to; 9L The Nation's capital Aad a
readme nf M f
W.iwlnana? tliht jlM..f M
concentrated from t-the Southern
Plains to Kansas, and the adjoin
ing ; sections of v the .Mississippi
vauey. The cold air masi rftunteA
the temperature to 47 at Mil Milwaukee,,
waukee,, Milwaukee,, a reading '.matched: by
Seattle on the Pacific Coast. Fair
SKies gave way to. murkv wMfhpr
in, me worawesu; v 1 ;-f
? ,jf-:-.i;.-ov':;;:V,; ;';T
Fair weather nrevailed" rr
mosr or me ureat Lakes west westward
ward westward .through the Northern Plains
ana parts of. the Central Plain.
; Other highs throuehout ihe na.
twn were Atlanta, 78; Detroit 87;
iuiiiiieapuii3,to; uucago, 50: st st-Louis,
Louis, st-Louis, .73; Fort Worth, 65;
Phoenix, 57; ; San Francisco, 57:
and Los Angeles, 56
.Rain j broke the v drought In
Twiss where k floodwaters from
record-breaking spring rains sub subsided
sided subsided slowly after forcing at least
200 families from'their homes.
The storms extended into ,West-
era Oklahoma where m the little
commithity of Waurika was
threatened with a flood at the
merger point of t w swollen
streams. City officials said 30 or
w famines may be forced to leave
their homes. A two-inch- downpour
ai uiwion, uKia., ciosea two state
highways temporarily last" night.
. She wers Widespread
. Thunderstorms and showers
spoiled Easter services from east
ern Texas to Western Arkansas
ana into southern Missouri, Psrta
of Alabama, Florida and West
Virginia ala were hit by;isolat
ed showers. Some rainfalVwas re recorded
corded recorded in sections Mi the Pacific
Coast states, the Great Basra, the
Rocky : Mountains and the Pacific
Northwest. r ; f i
- GeneraUy faif weather," however1
persisted from the rGreat Lakes
westward through the Northern
Plain1 paHf"ot 'theCfntral
i .'' ;'. "',
, Fifth AvenuA naraHtr in! v,
York Cltv swelfeiW
Th? temperature climbed in into
to into the low 80's,' breaking the pre previous1
vious1 previous1 Easter SilnHav hiah. t an
degrees set' Jn 4889. also was
the ,hottest ; day of ; the", year.
The body of a woman identified
as Carrie Davis, was recovered
from a swollen stream
Worth,', Tex. She was drowned
when a flash flood knocked: a car
off, a bridge. Two other occupants
oT the ar; escaped;f k
' Authorities etmiimtA ;. '-J.Av
tfor, caskets end bodies washed out
J f -f iervf l AlcGregov n
Centrsl Texa-."'-, -y- A v
of San Antonio, V about 75 to 100
famUies returned to their homes
after floodwaters. teceded into the
banks of Mustana- Creek. Another
100 ; families, force,d from their
homes by 10-inch rains near Waco
also returned to their dwellings.
Water swirled through' the main,
strete nf Kenedy, Texas, last night
after heavy rains. Som "nrhnert s
da mage was- reported.'
The SDrintf rains'.: pirlnrl.tha
drought problefn .in Texas.Farm-
ers; Were wondermg-. when they
can .return to the- soaked fields' to
plant washed-out cotton and other
''''A''. iV"''''-'''j'' 'i -The
rains also UDDed thit onn. :
tents of I Dallas water reservoirs
to 61 billion gallons Citv offirlal.
said they may suspend water ra rationing
tioning rationing this rimraer, for the first
ume in manyears.
Gandhi-like Passive Resistance Policy Paying Off
As Negroes' Ma keS I n t e at iorv Vi rt ua I ly v Religion
ATLANTA (tP South era N-, "Pray ior guidance anfl commit, clashes between x Negroes- and Negroes were urged by President
gros have adopted a Gandhi-like yourself to complete Bon-violence, whites. t James A. White of the Proeres-
passive resistance policy as ooe of in word and .action.' Atlanta N-f Largely responsible for": the'sive Voters League
the nest effective weapons la frees, were admonished in the peaceful rebellion was a group oft Negro clergymea like King
their drive to end racial aegrega-creed of aa organization, guided Montgomery Negro minister, led Rev. F. L. Shuttlesworth at Bir Bir-Uoe
Uoe Bir-Uoe ia Dixi 'hythe Nerro clergy, -called the by young "Rer. Martin Lutherlminpham Ai nr urinl.
Jiberahon"img.-Sunday after Sunday. KinilHolmes Borders m Atlanta .-.-a
pleaded with his people to avoid.Rev., C. K. Steele in TaUafaassee
vKMonce, ; . are mown to every .southern N
;".'. -. " gro. : ....
The theme spread Vj Tallahas-; They have turned almost wlidir
Their lawyers have
most of the credit for winning
civil rights triumphs la court. But
(he great mm of sonthera Ne-
recehrad;uL0ve, Law t sod
movement. J, ',-;
f v v : --
- Rsycott Buses
sri-r-, pmj tit. Rinw rouru, r i j
I """"l'orlc F iroes pui pa- a wnere anotner Dus Doy-to their churches far cuidanee
--- w a mi w wu. -auca cijtui niwims. loaay ADDouncemems on civil
Most of the orf nird Kegr(decided e baicott cut buses uctii ora
groups la we sou's today center they could s4 where they piestrU.: nd more often, than not fresh
around the clergy and the chnrch-iFor a solid year the boycott coo- campaigns .are started with Inten-ation has becoma wirti.aTi-
,i .i r i I i
inrr mm wirFiu nnmarn nf nHiNittu-iiiMi. ahm
. i . r l .. ' -y . .r .,.... w,-, i uiou Li UUI
Atgre decided te bacott city buses until practically all integration drives 'pulpits.
Ttm Other Chk"
aooa aner tne Vu prose court booed.
miTKriuoi nuu inrre y-arw age' .(.,.
aext tBoeth. ministers beraa -ex-! ARheueh it ttr lined race rel-i ')
hortiBg their Ntgre eoagregatieas tkms im the Alhsms capital more more-with
with more-with the first words of what wss thsa at an- time since it amn th' "If
to become the pohcy for conteat- title "Crsdle Of the Oftfederarv." cheek: turn the other cheek anH data t !.-- j.-. i
mg the white zaaa. iUera- ware frcuatlr oe d-rt.4oot UUt bsck." Jackson. -irtUtj ci their hmittrL
strikes' jroa on
a religion to many Negro group;
They have come their closest in
history to forming a unified mave mave-ment
ment mave-ment in this atmosnbera of erav-
tne rs. the smging of hvm that
As Humphrey :
Takes Up Golf
AUGUSTA, Ga.. April 22 (UPV-
rresident Eisenhower is highly
pleased with a new golf convert
lresstiry secretary George M
Humphrey, : ".A )
' : '"-'" J
White House Dress 'secretarr
James C.'Hagerty said yesterday
the President reacted with great
amusement and high aom-oval
wnen Humphrey decided to take
up the game..
Hamphrey. who has not -laved
before, boueht himself a bag of
clubs and began taking lessons
Saturday. a .-
On previous vacation visits with
the President. Humohrer has fol
lowed Mr. Eisenhower around the
course in an electric cart as a
A Kavy man stationed at Co Coco
co Coco Solo was fined $100 today in
the Cristobal Magistrate s Court
on a charge of drunken driv driving.
the defendant was CM2
Leroy r. Walker, 31.
There was no accidie. Involv Involved
ed Involved UAhs c&M.
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