The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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TOUIIIST FLITES
. HOMEWARD and

(II)

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t "pSf V The Cosmopolitan Capital...
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SSbI TEAB
Briefing By Crass

Qaiib-ixs OH Md Running)
Marines Hit Beach Tomorrow
At g 0cock thi evening at the Albro ok AFB theater, Lt. Cen. Robert M. Mon Montague,
tague, Montague, commander UTchief, Caribbean' Cpmmand, will officially welcpme the dig.
nitariet and media repreeentatives that ha ve arrived in ; the Canal one to observe
Exercise Carib-Ex, a Joint U. S. Army, Navy,, Marine and Air Force military training
xercise. 'V ; r 1 'V V ,',
Following the general's welcoming address he will call upon the representatives
pf the'variou components to. give a briefing on their part in Carib-Ex: 4

Potter To Air
'How' Of New
ii- Price
An explanatlon.bf the' new
price index WJT-AK.
Kc?,wS
Ko 'into use einnl
nth is set up on-the' same
SSSfti rxlthly index put
J" by the Labor Department
Washington,
adjusted to Canal Zone living
port of an investigation nto the
between; the ,e'n?S??''SS
u. S. community oili
.tort at 2 P.m. in tWe Board
or&edmlnietrauon
BuUdlng., y -f
J3::-!: Hcsl-cnls
Cun.Rc!3 Csenj
, Diablo-ites'can stoiJ 'worrying
bout -totting soy beans.
Their problems are over, -fix
er, Vadn-t even begun, c-i
"rdlng fto the Boualnn and
GroundV Division ottlce.
' This Canal office has been
plaT2dTectly by vociferou.
Complaints; from Diablo resi residents
dents residents against the' dumping, of
' gov beans from the fire-ravaged
British freighter ; Hopetange
onto their Diablo dump.
"T'aint so,"- said the housing
Office, or words to that effect
' Beems that -the Diablo dmp
has been filled In with soil, as
of two years jego,. and has been
deactivated-- :' i -?V! 1
The load-of foul-smelltag so
beans, as dumped at the Red
Tank dump area.;' .v.-;'
US Cilizcns, Ubor ;
RepresenlElives :1
YAtnl To !30l Solons
.' ;
'.RepreslnUUves 'of US., citl-
.nA labor croups on tna
lathmu today expressed their
Intention 01 dikuuis
the ongressmen slated to ar ar-Tive
Tive ar-Tive on the Isthmus Jhilrsday
to discuss certain pending legis legislation
lation legislation affecting Canal Zone
workers, it was learned today.
- Rufus Lotelady, national vice vice-president
president vice-president -of the American Fed Federation
eration Federation of Government Employ Employes
es Employes said today that a commit committee
tee committee of Lodge 14 Intended tc
aeek an audience ; with Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Daniel 'J. Flood
D-Pa. and Rep. Joel T. Broy Broy-hlll
hlll Broy-hlll (R-Va.). :
; He said the group would dis discuss
cuss discuss its proposed amendment
to pendlnn treaty legislation
with Flood, and would brtnp
. tip the dt raise for classified
emploves with BroyhilL
- Members of the U. S. Citl
tens' Association met last night
, to formulate dans for meetlnf
with the Tislting solons also.
Body Of Elderly
Colored Man Found
Floating In Water
The body of a drowned co colored
lored colored man was found floating
k in the water In back of the
Maintenance Division Buildlntr
at Cristobal, it was reported
toaay,

. k vV- "'cai tne viet Union put forth
bctfy has not yet been identi-!,t the 19S4 Berlin conference The
S J 1 of ,n eVierlyj western porrs icnered th pr pr-nsn,
nsn, pr-nsn, wllevpd to be a Colon res-posal and White said "we would
Ident be skeptical" again.

Tonight, Then

tiled to, arrive in the Zone this
laiiernooii mc;; ucu. .ucjuuci u,
ShfiDherd. Jr.
cnairmaa 01 tne
Inter-American ueiense tsoara;
Lt. Gn. R. A. Robinson, com commanding
manding commanding general, Fleet Marine
Force, Atlantic; i Gen. Marclal
Samanugo minister of defense,
Paraguay; MaJ. -Gen. AlfpnsO
Cruz Rivera, chief of the Air
Force, Mexico; and '-Brig. Gen.
Anastasio Somoza, chief of staff
of the Armed Forces, Nicaragua.
Lt. Gen. Verne J. McCaul, as assistant
sistant assistant commandant of the Ma Marine
rine Marine Corps, arrived in the Zone
yesterday afternoon to observe
the exercise representing the
Commandant of the Marine
Corps." ' '
The first phase of Exercise Ca-rib-rEt
will begin tomorrow
morning, April 24, with an am amphibious
phibious amphibious and helicopter assault
on the Atlantic side, by the pro provisional
visional provisional Marine Air Ground Task
Forced --V j r? f: !';
At 4:30 tomorrow morning the
dignitaries and .media represen representatives
tatives representatives willload on 18 buses and
depart lor the "Atlantic side as
observers of the assault landing.
Tomorrow morning, all roads
west of Gatun Locks and the
. Fort Sherman milUary reser-
ration will ha closed t .'the
5 public from 7 :30 a.m. to I301
AwThe- only' people iuthdrized to
travel these roads Huring1 that
time Will be Panama Caaal -era.,
ployes ho,work' ouie wesksid.
of Gatun Locks and -: military
personnel tationea t on
Sherman who live off-post. ) ;
Because of this, only invited
observers will be able to witness
the amphibious and helicopter
assault, which is the first phase j
or cariD-sx, on tne .uanuc sipe
1 However, the public Is Invited
to witness the airborne assault
in the Rio Hato training area,
70 miles southwest of Panama
City, on Friday-r
On. Thursday, all participating
services in Carib-Ex will exhibit
static displays of their equipment
at Howard Air Force Base : for
invited observers to view.
With H-hour for the amphir-
bious assault Just hours away, I
the big warsnips oi tne v& na navy's
vy's navy's Amphibious Group 4 are
moving into position ready J to
dispatch the U.S. Marine Corps'
8th Regimental .Landing Team
for the assault,, on the' Atlantic
Side. :-'.-.
? W 1 1 bin two-and-one-half
.'hours after the Initial assault
v three Marine helicopter as as-vault
vault as-vault landings, the largest la
the Gatun Dam area, will' 4e
liver a force, to strike the ag-
.'' aressors. '" : . 1 J
- On Friday, operations to over
come the aggressor forces on
the Pacific side commence with
a composite air strike force of
12 B-57B aircraft and four RF-
84F aircraft from the 9th Air
Force's 405th Fighter-Bomber
Wlntr at Laneley. Va.. and 363rd
TAC Reconnaissance Wing, at
Shaw. AFB, S C.
These iiaKa simulating the
tue of both atomle and-high
explosive weapons will prepare
th drcn tone area at Rio Ha
te for a parachute essaalt
landinr.
The VS. Army's Second Bat Battalion
talion Battalion Combat. Team of the
325th Airborne Infantry from
Eyebrows Raised
At Soviet Troop
Withdrawal Plan
WASHINGTON. April 23 ttTPV-,
T&e SUte Department said today
n wouw De 'scepucar' ot any
nussian proposal to witnaraw So
viet ana American troopa from
Europe:
An article in Uie Soviet news newspaper
paper newspaper Pravda suggested that Rus
sia might be willing to withdraw
its forces from the Communist
satellites in East Europe if U. S.
troops were. withdrawn from West
Europe.
SUte Department press officer
Lincoln White said such a step on
this country's part would "serious
ly weaken the defense of Western
Europe."
He pointed out that the Russians
would only be pulling back a hun hundred
dred hundred miJes whereas the U. S.
troops vould be withdrawing
about 2X'Q miles.'
White- said the Pravda article

i
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5
'V
a4
parachute assault from Air Force
b-xiif uuup earner aircrait 01
C-119 troon carrier
the 314th and 463rd Troop car carrier
rier carrier Wings, stationed at Stewart
afb, xenn., anfl Ardmore AFB,
; -After theBCT has secured
: the drop cone area Irom ag aggressor,
gressor, aggressor, forces they will pre.
pare the field for the landing
of the Second Battalion, 20th
Infantry Regiment at Fort
' Kobbe by C-123 troop carrier
, aircraft. w TT-
. The exercise IS designated'-to
tralDrlocal VS. Forces with forc forces
es forces from the Continental nnltori
States in ground, sea and. air
wariare with emphasis on- am-
pniDious airoorne operations.'!
An essential nart of the. train
ing will be the use of tactical
atomic weapons by TJ.S. Forces
and by the hypothetical aggres aggressor
sor aggressor lorces'vri. VW 'K
Amonar thef observers who ar
rived in the Zone yesterday were
me ioiiowjng meaia representa
Uvea front the United states:
Dick Davis, Newsweek! Tionald
uwiggms, iTue, Magaane; Eltoa
nJTj naiiy rcase, Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Jourtialj; William j, smith,
AP NewsphOtos; James Atherton,
ur ixewspnotos; Kooert A. Tjins Tjins-burgh,
burgh, Tjins-burgh, US News and World Re
port; Daa -Henkih; 'Army-Navy-Air
;Fmce"'JOurnalDon t"Shan
non Lo IAhfrle"Tl'rn- frafl w
Voss, Washington, Evening Star;
Hanson, Baldwin, f New,. York
Times;- Petet. Spackman,V. :xhis
Week;, Anthony March, ; Army-
wavy-Air Fonce Times ; George
u.-wniie,-K'XVaTV, Bt Louis;
ner pert lasky. 'ketu-tv. Rt
Louis; Mark Watson l Baltimore
sun; warren. Kennet,; Newark
Evening News; Jules '.Dubois,
Chrarrn ,.fi Trihnn.
Southworth, Miami Herald; Rob
ert iiarain, Miami Dauy nsws;
Jack Norris, Washington Post;
xauj ,u, xioiI9UXlCih vce ires.
Homer Hendrickson, Cleveland
nam oeaier; Kaipn Hess. Sta
tlon WFAr Fayettevllle. V.tin
Richard Mansfield, Virginia-Pi

"Ttt ih rutnnla lennui the truth ttnA t.hm

S&,iWAnHto taOd,. ehurch in tharea

Kerwle, Station, WBEC, Norfolk.
Va. : r Howard Gibbons, Dally
rress, newpori; wewsyi.T! Har
old Black, WFLB-TVr,Fayette
vuie, n.u.; Tea Davis, suuon
WRAL, Raleigh. Nd, Julian K.
Morrison, Greensboro vjp.a H y
News- i nomas R. Biaae, stauon
WFAI, Fayettevllle. N.C.; Jack
McFarland, Daily News Journal,
Murfreesbord.' Tenn.; Ed Dem-
ron. Station WSSC. Sumter. S.C.
Paul K. Page, Nashville Banner,
xenn.
Potter Asks C.Z.
Folks To Observe
May Music Wee
Residents and comm unity
groups in the Canal Zone are
urged by Gov. W. E. Potter to
loin in the -observance of "Mo
sic Week" which begins May S
and continue until lAtj 12.
' Schools, and churches also
are expected to take an active
part. in the observance,-during
which a special effort will be
made to promote greater ap appreciation
preciation appreciation of present-day com
posers and performers.

All-Time : Record Qf $3,608,748
Collected' In Tolls Last Month 7
; t "' r r .- . : ; -. ':
: Aa all-time record ef S3,60g,74S tn tolls collected an eom eom-merelal
merelal eom-merelal vessels ef all she ws established daring the montbr
4 of March, according U flgares released by the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Company. ;
This figure exceeded the prertoas record ef $3,424,592,
which was set In December; 1957 V S1S4,15&. It exceeded
that ef the previous month by snore tbaa a half million
dollars.
i The number ef commercial ships ef See net tons r
more making the transit la March totaled tag,' the largest
number ever te pass through the Canal la a single month.
In addition to the commercial ships, J! government-owned
vessels ef 301 net tens or mere ased the Canal daring
March. Government vessels ef all sixes paid $llt,ll in tolls
credits dortnr the same period.
For the firt nine months of fisesl year 1957, a ttl of t
g.451 commercial and government-owned ships ef 381 net
ton T more went throurh the Canal. Thev paid a total
f 1.IM. of hirh SS 43.007 was ia tolls credits from
J Govemment-ownf d sh'ra

im iWrTnrnT TIJlV fUllV

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PANAMA, Rl Fs TUESDAY, APRIL 83, 1957 1

1 W W'":

; WE PULSE
OF PANAMA
PANAMA SECRET police were
requested yesterday by Attorney
General Hermogenes de la'Rosa
to i conduct a thorough investi
gation of: all persons who may
have entered Panama with Talse
Panamanian documents.
He reouestel that : all such
documents be confiscated and
their, owners placed under- ar
rest. ' r
Detectives immediately went
Into action on the investigation
of the false cedula and, birth
certificate racket, i Hora re
ported... u
' The Foreign Office was re
ported as preparing a protest
note to the U.S. government, via
the U.S. Embassy, .on the re
ported purchase of 50,000 pounds
of beef from Australia.
According to El DIa, the note
will emphasize that after the
United States, Panama should
' have preference in supplying
- the Canal Zone and that the
company's purchase t. ef Aus Australian,
tralian, Australian, beef Is a violation of
existing treaties.
Tourist Commlssionet Stanley
Shaw de la Ossa was quoted to
day as calling' tor two new no
tela fn Panama City "to meet, a
steady' increase n the tourist
trade. 'M-.:K"v;u?'-'
i Las Hora reported Shaw as
saying the ity could use anoth
er first-rate and one more sec
ond-rate hotel. Since January
some 300 tourists nave retrain retrained
ed retrained from comina- to- Panama be
cause thev could not make hotel
reservations, the Tourist Com
missioner said. .". ..' :
; He added that. Tabogi,-etJJd
also use a modern hotel. t
-The aame tabloln also repofa
ed a conflict between the peo
ple of the Rio de Jesus district
of the province of Veraguaa and
the alleged owner of the land
on .which a sacred -granadlllo
The people of the province
have attached miraculous heal
in nowera to the tree which
flowers copiously every year be between
tween between Holy Thursday and Good
Friday. People from" all over
make annual pilgrimages -to the
tree and leave money ana jew jewelry
elry jewelry .in payment for the bless
lncm thev have received.' .:'''
A committee naa Deen namcu
Pwhere the teee grows, it wiu
be paid. for. with the flfu iert
byvthe laitnrui.
'However, the owner who was
granted title te the land, by
" the government lor farming,
keeps the money and jewelry
and pats it te his own use, re refusing
fusing refusing to turn any ef it ever
'te the church building-, com committee,
mittee, committee, r ; ; ;: tf- -?
Deported San Bias
Indian Held For
Returning To;
A San Bias Indian was bound
over for trial in U. S. District
Court yesterday for jeturnirig
to the Canal Zone after he
had been deported v
The J7-yearmld "-defendant.
Rlcarda. Gonzalez, alias Jimmy
Morris, was deported on Nov.
9, 1955.
On April IS he faced the
Balboa Magistrate on a charge
of attempting burglary of a
maid's room in house 62S-A
Manzanillo Place, 3 a 1 b o a
Heights.- i.,.
. Bail of $500 was Set In the
case and Gonzales Is In Jail
awaiting the-triaL

Mutifrv tt Ahmhnnt lAnrnLn

' r t i oniric vi MZkAi:

Tolls To Egypt S !:
p ; Under Protect 1

rattif RnYAT. As actress

ties pin her actor-fiance,' Anthony Franclosa; to 'tHe ground J

s iAv rrpher tryineto.tStke their picture, in; Lo Angeles.

r.ni crlpan 1 1 biisc vi
ileluctant' Judge
nil'' r
'An American housewife w the
first to be sent to Jail in many
years r- was sentenced yesieruay
bv the TBalboa Magistrate to
jipend 30 days in' the Gatun Jail
for women, and Minors.,
k Mrs:' Ednsi M Strickland. : .S3.
bt Williamson Place in paiooa.
wu found guilty tor tne seconq
time in one month, of disturbing
the neace bv makine loud noises.
4 The police record showed that
the Balboa woman' naa oeen
hospitalized at Gorgas on-numerous
occasion for treatment of
alcoholism jt rfoi
k in pronouncing sentence i in
court yesterday Judge John H,
Deming said:-, ,' -' -" :f
A "l id to-vjith a great deal of
teluctance.' What I reaUu 1eel
you need is long-time hotvita
lization but there it nothing
in the 'Canal Zone, ttatutes'
wjiich olvei me that power.", f;
Texas Floods Trap
Residents In Homes;
Waco In Worst Spol
. DALLAS, AprU 23 (UP) Up
to six inches of rain oeiugea me
Northeastern -quarter of Texas
tywiav' cnttinr roads and flood
ing whole sections -of -cities and'.
towns ana inousanas oi acre m
cropland. t.. 7,'t.
Sato stood In danger of the
itj flooding. A six inch rain rainfall
fall rainfall above the city threatened a
repetition of the flood tnat
drove nunoreas irom lain
homes over the weekend. i
. :. - I
Record rains flooded low plac

es in Fort Worth. the suburb opened at 10 a.m. by VS. Mar Mar-of
of Mar-of -Kennedale, southeast of Fort shal J.-Klncald.

Worth,, village creex was aeven
feet deen and steadily rising,
creeks near both Lake Worth
and White Settlement also weret
running over.
The Trinity River was expect expected
ed expected to crest at S3 feet, four feet
over flood stage at Dallas, by
Wednesda. morning. It nrobab!y
wont hurt Dallas itself, but wiu
flood out lands soutn oi uie city.
The situation was so bad tn

McLennaTt County (Waco) that:pamiret for Sl.100 representl"
all schools were ordered closed ( the sum advanced the ship bv
except those In Waco Itself and) Panama Agencies. Early this

in the suburb of Belmead. Bsy-jyear Sidney 8. Rawlins. Amer Amer-lor
lor Amer-lor University was closed until ;iran mate for the ship, sued for
noon; students couldnt get to J3.C1 he claimed was due him
class earlier. !'or btk
, The Albseora which flies the
Flood warnings were Issued on.Paaama flae bad been la Cristo Cristo-the
the Cristo-the Brazft River between Waco bal since last Sentembm Ameri Ameri-and
and Ameri-and Marlui in Falls Countv, a-'can master of the vesjeL Alex Alex-bout
bout Alex-bout 32 miles. Firemen in Waco er D. Van Beyer, was one of the

were taking residents cut cf
hcnifs ia low areas aroucd Waco
tirta.

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Shellev Winters watches, depu
f c GscTb Jail;
Passes Sentence
i 'to
'' Mr(i Strickland .appeared 'In
V" '.'f. BIS-
court yesterday sporting, a black
eye, which, lt 'was claimed was
self-inflicted in a fall, and oth other
er other black-and-blue bruises on her
arms.; u.'y,wi,'.s..'
She was charged, with creating
a disturbance which lasted -over
an hour. The defendant claimed
in court she had no recollection
of making any noise last Friday
night, and stated, that she was
taking medicine to treat a back
ailment:,. .,,
On Jan. ?5 she was fined 110
in the Balboa court on a charge
of Intoxication. On March 19. she
again faced the magistrate lor
customing tne peace and lmpo'
sitlon of sentence was susoend
ed fof one year on the condition
that she report "immediately" to
Gorgas and remain there for 30
days, er until release by the hos hospital.,,
pital.,, hospital.,, ,. ... ,' .. ,:..
It is understood that the re remained
mained remained in the hospital, for
ehort while and left without
completing the 30-iaifproviso.
This morning she was In Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas as a. prisoner, and shortly
before noon was to be transfer
red to Gatun to start her sen sentence.
tence. sentence. Her husband is employed
by. the Electrical Division Hydro
Station at Madden Dam.. . ;:.
Bid Of $9500 Buys
r
Shrimoer Albacora
Forffc
After. 30 minutes of heated
bidding among five firms, the
tuna and shrimp beat M-V Al Albacora
bacora Albacora was sold to Mrs. Ana ris risen
en risen man of Panama for $9,600.
The public auction took place
this mornine at the VS. District
Court at Cristobal. Biddinc-was
bios tor tne 3-root ooat,
which wa built in Sweden, start-
ed at S2.000.
The husband of the new own-
er, Najmsn Eisenmaa of the
Panama firm of Auto Eisen Eisen-man,
man, Eisen-man, 8 A, said today that be
wll have to spend about S5.000
to put the vessel back Into running-order.
He said he paid cash
for the ship.
The Albacora was Involved in
a series of libel suits tnclndmt
one filed by attorney Charles E-
f rt commercial fishermen in
tii area U f "re and pack
kairiffp for the sxport market

, .viiiMij w a ay ,t rt

' WASHINGTON, April 23 (UP) Secretary of STdti
John Foster Dulles said today the United States plan's' to
report to the United Nations Security Council this week
on its SueYXanaf negotiations with Egypt. '; -.';
Dulles'told a -news conference that the report may
be presented tomorrow or Thursday. ; v ; 'X',C

L He said it seems appropriate", now that tht canal Is

open, that there, be greater public knowledge of the Suez
problem. , -o
Therefore, he said", it seems appropriate to the Oriif Oriif-ed
ed Oriif-ed States that an early report, be made to the SecurTty

w-uuntii on ine auez v-anai negonanons.With tgypt,

Dulles emphasized that he be believes
lieves believes lt better to report on the
negotiations than to take the
case to the Security Council in
a controversial way.
He said he is in the dark as
to what Egypt's final .Canal
terms will be.-He said he did
not know whether,J:gypt will
publish these terms within the
next 48 pours.- ...-v v
- In ar moderate- tone7r Dalles!
said the United States '.does
not have any'objeetions If A
merlcan ships go. through the
; CanaL But he said this gov
' eminent 's policy ; of 'caution 'caution-'
' 'caution-' Ing prudence In regard tot
such movements stlli stands.
'; ..
"'Re said Amer'can ships are
Under Instructions to pay Ca Canal
nal Canal tolls to Egypt under prot-
"est4 v

Dulles Mt saywhetherUow veereo to north 0,- t

the report to the Security Coun
cil would end American-Egyptian
efforts to work out a satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory Sues Canal operations plan.!
.When the subject came up a a-bout
bout a-bout a week ago; officials said
tne wasnmgion-wairo t a i k s
would continue.
My
a
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Frogs Find Hoslel
' The Canal 'Zone Library can
now .breathe a sigh of reliei.
Their recent tenants, a couple
of bright emerald-green frogs.
said to be poisonous to other
froes, are no longer living there.
The unusual critters, donated
by an American, Eugene Berge Bergeron,
ron, Bergeron, who was lost In the jungle
two weeks ago have found a
new home. : ; '- V
They were taken to the Sum
mlt Gardens Zoo where, accord.
ing to Walter R. Lindsay, they
will be on display to the public.
It was believed that Indians
used the poison of these frogs
on arrows for killing smaii ani animals:";
mals:"; animals:"; ',-' '.- ; ; .,"
vThey had been housed at the
library until new owners could
be found. While there, young
sters brought the frogs their
favorite foods maggot flies
and term! tea. -, :
Hoperange Goes J
Through Canal
In Double Tow
...... i. - -
Two Canal tugs began towing
the v British freighter Hoper
ange. disabled by fire, through
the canal tooay at e:io a.m.
The-ship.wUl wait in Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal for a tug -which Is ex
pected to tow her to Galveston,
Tex4 for repairs. -.
Wllford and McKay, agents
for the disabled vessel said to
la thev throught the freighter
mlcht leave here April 30. -: 1
The ship caught fir shortly
after transiting the Canal two
w'eeks ago en route to Japan
with a canro of 9.000 tons of
sov beans. About 1220 tons were
offloaded to prevent any furth further
er further fire or explosion.-
The Canal tugs Oatun and
San Pab.'9 are towing
though Ce.Caxai today.
her

tor

But such talks might be i at
least called off temporarily t lf
Egypt publishes Its own plan for
operating the Canal.' ,
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23 UP) m Favorable Atlantic
winds vhlt the sails of the May Mayflower
flower Mayflower n for the first time to today,
day, today, and reports reaching .here
said the pilgrim ship replica
was 'really moving", at last .on
her voyage to America,
In the 60 hours since she 'cast
off from Plymouth en route for
Massachusetts the Mayflower
has been unable to move fas-r
and increased to. force three.
' Force three is estimated at r-
14 knots...
Sailing veterans here sa. 3
skipper captain Alan Vllllers e-n
now really sail the ship s i
move her well out Into the t ;
lantic to catch the best wind
"She's really moving now,"
Coast puard Spokesman said.t X
Jordan's Premier!??
Resigns Iii Face -OUefl
Opposilion
LONDON, Abrll 23 (UPf
Cairo radio reported without
confirmation that Jordan's mod
erate Premier Hussein Khafidl
resigned today In the face of
opposition from leftist elements.
The broadcast quoted Egypt's
semi-official Middle East news
agencyvThe agency often Is us used
ed used as a propaganda mouthpiece
by Egypt, which -would like to
see the uneasy Jordan situation
kept In a state of turmoil
-The broadcast said Khalidl,
who took office last week fol following
lowing following the ouster of pro-Eryp-Uan,
pro-Soviet Premier Sulci
man Nabulsi, handed King Hus Hussein
sein Hussein his resignation after jeoap
suiting. with his cabinet
. -.. i
Ljftle League
Boys 66irls3
Nine babies were born at Ox-a
Solo Hospital durina the week
ending at midnight. Wednesday,
according to the regular hospi hospital
tal hospital report During the same pe period,
riod, period, 7S patients, were admitted
and 84 discharged.'
Babies -were born to the fol following
lowing following American citizens: J!.-.
and Mrs. Leopold C;mfo, of Cp Cp-co
co Cp-co Soiito, eon; Sgt and M s.
Howard Hansen, ef Fort Gui
son; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lev's
of Coco Soiito, daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. Noel Gibson, Jr, of ft
Gulick, daughter:' Mr. and
jJames Humphrey,, ef Coco
lito, son: and Pfc anl Mrs. !:...
ry Gilbert, of Coco Soiito, -n
Babies re born to the f T T-mg
mg T-mg parents of Panamanian r
tionality; Mr. and Mrs. tarr.
ton K y. of Colon, da'-k.'
Mr. and Mrs. Acian Hf-rp;.
Co. on. a". 1 ?.;r and Mrs.
bert Cii-s. cf Ci-ca, s:i

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PESKY PEDESTRIANS

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I wonder-what ever happened to that new section in Canal

Zone traffic regulations pertaining w peacsuioiui iu
-or perhaps 1 should say to the enforcement thereof.
- i D..mtarin moirfa m toiua ti wnric make a ateaav oractico

of -dribbling otf curbs; regardless

fic, and amble slowly, one ny one, acruas uw ine upuv
njoylng the spectacle of piled up cars ana shrieking branes..
one school kids also are amone the major oifenders in
tw sWuu-entiv nieaslnar nastime. ana as far as I have observ

ed the Canal cops, particularly
attention to this flouting 01 me
"J M a matter of Jacti many
emA set nn aidintr and ftbettine

any driver who has the temerity to crawl forward before the
list straggler has gained his sidewalk destination.
,;Td like to have It in. my power to transport some of these

pesky pedestrians to the Island of Manhattan; and turn them
loose for' Just one day. They'd all wind up either in hospital
or in jaiL believe me. New York's finest don't fool around

H'hen it comes to clamping down
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iI would like to express my iappredatlon for the fine Job
members of the Amaaur bervice Uiut ana voluntefii penorm penorm-e
e penorm-e in taking care of small cmiuren jwtair morning so uiai
cjirtnto could attend the jsaster bunrise service.- ;
a waeu i it.eu uu lay uio, -aim uuik uwu ty a uun
QL-Vuu W2i'iutiA.inK every enun io uian.e iicr mti u uwuiv,
AMAOUsU n- tjiwa uaa iUunUea Win! Wuuuu' uo ulo WMiki) uew
piace nd unnwnHiar races, uietc waa nu reur iu xter Aaxit
pose ana ner iiiuo nana ciutcueu nis snirt wiin cuiuxuciic.
What other soicuers but Aluencttna wouia voiuiner to do
such a sweet tning as paoysit on master moruing. wnat vtber
Army would allow lu service V'uo- to oecome a nursery ior a
. Maybe there are' plenty of other examples of flexibility and
uSaelflshness in other armed forces but nere Is a practical ex
s mple of these virtues In our own olten-mangnea troops.
a- Let us remember this the next time that we read of some
r Make or some delinquency by a GI, There are some pretty

1 ne people In the V& Armed
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Freddv
' the Ply came buizing
news 'for all us files,
I iWS. a-ood

"What," Prelda asked. "Don't teu me mat we come unaer
i'U dollar an hour law, or an organization, 'Don't Swat the
Iiy has been set up." ,f .
""Better than that," Freddy replied. "This is going to, make
that birth control outfit that has been picking on the skeeters
and flies real mad. Some people call them the Sanitation D D-pjartment
pjartment D-pjartment They are really going to be vexed.
"Have you noticed a stinky odor floating this way? No,
It Isn't a limburger factory opening. It's some good old pre precooked
cooked precooked soy beans. Nice and rotten and stinky.
"And where are they going to dump them? ,Away out In
the ocean? No. Right in our own back yard.
The good old PanCanal has provided us with another
Garden-of Eden. We can start repopulating all over again.
Frelda, we are going to have a lot of relatives to the very near
future. Happy days are here again." -s
"PJB. Brnzzzm.",
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SOME QUESTIONS

Sir:

"Paul Revere, USA" (Mall Box, April 1) has-lot of cour cour-"
" cour-" age. A little more will not hurt him, I am sure.;.' Will he give
the following questions a true answer?
1 Is he now or has he ever been In the United States
, Army?- ;
a. Is he now or has he ever been an Army clvilan employe?
Yes. I am coming right back at him. But before I do that
f X want to give him (and the Army, since he did not do It) a
( fighting ehance.
First, 111 answer the above questions as they apply to me,
and I hope Paul Revere will do the same.
I was born and raised in the Army. I have been In the
. Army service for nearly 20 years. I have never been an Army
J civilian employe.
Now It's his turn.
;-.''.''' Forever Army

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Labor; News

And
Comment
By VICTOR RIESEL
When that loaa star. Dave Beck
arrived in Texas, he knew h was
ngnung tor ms political life. He
might even have known it hpfor
he headed south, for when the
leamsters Vnign command decides
to make command decisions it ga
mers aeep in ine neart 01 Texas
mostly Dallas, sometimes Houston
tnougn few know why.
What Beck does know is that
some of the most powerful Team
ster chiefs, devoted to the theorv
of compulsory expediency, believe
him expendable. These Teamo lead
ers know that u they take a walk
out oi the At L-ClO, they do so be
cause they want to. They can ride
this one out if they remove few
deflated big wheels.
Word has come down from Wash
ington that they can stay inside
labor if they dump Beck, Sidney
J. Brennan and Frank Brewster,
third, and fifth vice presidents of
the giant union. Brewster, you will
recall, is the big western horse
man, and Brennan, of Minneapolis
has been convicted of taking
bribe to break a strike.
. If thsas man ga, the Tsamatsrs
can stay.1 Tha union won't than
be- sxpsllad from the AFL-CIO.
Thia make Back the fall guv
and many in labor's high com-
mind say It couldnt happan ts
a -mors dasarving fallow. Appar-
ently this most unhappy i fallow
will ba tha symbol of labor's own
campaign to drive the money
' lendera from tha templa. .'
If we're correctly informed, no
union will be expelled not tne
biggest, not the smallest.- T h 1 s
means that even the "Small Three"
will be permitted to stay inside the
AFLCIO if they come through with
some fail guys. The Small Three
are the Allied Industrial Workers,
in which Johnny Dio once hammer
ed out oolicies: the Wine. Distillery
and Rectifying union, where tne
cork was pulled out of some migh mighty
ty mighty lush welfare funds, and t h e
Laundry Workers, some of whose
officials took it to tne cleaners,
These unions were -accused last
summer of being dominated by cor
rupt influences. They were told to
clean up or get out. Apparently tne
Ethical Practices Committee be
lieves that there's been consider
able cleaning. 1
First hint of this came in an un
noticed talk by the committee's
chairman, Al J. Hayes, before the
Graduate School of industrial Ad
ministration of the Carnegie Insti Institute
tute Institute of Technology. -i
Hayes said the AfXrUO will noi
be stampeded into a "lynching par
ty in connection with recent
vestieationg or auegea union cor
ruDtion. The Ethical Practices com
mittee, he added, is confident it can
clean out the' "festering spots", in
tha labor jnovement in "an order
ly manner .'l He also told his audi
ence that in tne orocess or eliminat
ing corruption from the AFL-CIO,
the' labor chiefs "do not intend to
aoe the Communists by. trampling
over human rights.
It wasn't suits clear whose hu-
mae rigfrta wars being trampled,
but wa know Mr. Hayes as an
honorable man and he undoub
tedly felt strongly about some
thing psmapa tne minions r
rsnk-and-filsra lad by mart ac accused
cused accused ef mishandling millions, sf
dollars. r :?,?.:
We mar be a clumsy detective
but we thought we did find a clue
to what Mr. Hayes mesnt when we
went over the special article he
wrote for his union paper, "The
Machinists." In the April 19 edition
he wrote: : .
"I am very happy toreport that
the members of the three unions
are taking advantage of the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to clean house. One of the
uniona has amended its laws, re revoked
voked revoked the charters of four locals,
expelled several thousands of re recalcitrant
calcitrant recalcitrant members and removed
one of its officials from office and
membership.'' ..
This Is an apparent reference to
the Allied Industrial Workers, head headquartered
quartered headquartered in Los Angeles.,,.,
.... A - T- r
The second union ha i notified
the Ethical Practices Committee
that it has taken steps to institute
civil and criminal charges against
the corrupt officials." Hayes con continued,
tinued, continued, referring, I believe, to the
Distillery union.- ...
"The third union has taken sim similar
ilar similar steps and has asked the com committee
mittee committee and the Executive Council
for an extension of the 90-day grace
period to permit the submission of
recommendations for further aetioa
at its forthcoming convention.
This Is the1 Laundry Workers,
whose convention opens May 13 in
Chicago's Congress HoteL
There von hive the pattern for
the handling of the .Teamsters. If
Beck goes, the Tjsmsrers can stay,
it says la the crystal baJL.
Caa falHch
TH"H
DUTY
sesj watch enms

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THI HIADIN1R8
Playwrights are continually con
founded by the ability of life to ex exceed
ceed exceed their dramas. Take Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee Williams, for example. He 1 is
the most successful contemporary
dramatist. He has grown rich and
famous as a consequence of his
ability to give poetic brilliance and
dramatic impact to melancholy
themes and troubled people ...Now
Williams confesses in Newsweek
that the creative strain of writing
about unhappy people has him
thinking of undergoing psychoana
lysis. 1 would like to write a nap
py play lor a change," be plaintive plaintively,
ly, plaintively, declares. In other words, when
Tennessee Williams was writing "a-
bout troubled -people 4 he wts
to the darkness. In common with
unerior wits, however.' his words
still radiate the twinkle in his eyes.
Morley could laugh at life because
he loved it. He once summed up his
personal philosophy in a single
thoughtful ,line:.; "From now, on
until the end of time no one else
will ever see life, with my eyes-
ana t mean to, maxe toe most ox
my chance., V-c k
When Mike Todd was 12-years-old
he was running a floating crap
game. Since then, he has never
stoDoed cambline. He risked $6 mil
lion on "Around tne worm in so
Days" and hit the jackpot. Todd
wasn't; always so lucky. Some
years ago, he owned stock in a
racetrack. He used that stock to
bet on a horse and lost. Thus, Todd
has the remarkable distinction of
being the only, man who ever lost
a racetrack on a horse-race.
Colyumist Don Marquis whimsi whimsical
cal whimsical creations "archy and mehiti mehiti-bal,"
bal," mehiti-bal," 'will soon Come to life again
in the new musical, "Shin bone Al Alley,"
ley," Alley," co-starring Earths Kitt and
Eddie Bracken ... Marquis, who
was the nation's leading humorist;
for many years, was constantly
haunted by tragedy. His wife pass passed,
ed, passed, then his two young children
joine' her. He was once afflicted
with temporary blindness. Then a
paralytic stroke. Nevertheless, his
private grief never impaired his
gift for laughter. While bedridden.

Walter Wiiichell

, Christopher Morley has gone In

MOSLER means

tchat you
i you.

Every family and every business has valuableg that
cannot be replaced at any cost, ;
la year heme think ef the Jewels, silver, relies that
have been la vr family for generation. How safe
are they from ib aa theftf :
la the sf flee think sf the deeds, contracts, accounts
receivable, ete. . the office records that yea mast
Iiavt to stay In baainese ... Are THIT safe?
' THTRE 'n A MOStr SAFT TO KEtP TOU
gATLir FROM THEFT SAFEST FROM FIKX r
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Call fer an appointments wlthoit obllgaUsa, of coarse.

BOYD nOTCJEHSr lNC.

No. 21 Ac:

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HTieEggsArVe Hopo Won't

In
Marquis continued creating the
fcgtght essays and versa which
enabled others to laugh.
Incidentally, the most penetrating
analysis of colyummg's deadly fas
cination was Don Marquis' classic
confession: "The fact is that while
column-writing ruined me. I loved
it. it sapped my vuauty, made
corns, and bunions on my brain,;
wrecked, my lifr and I adored do doing
ing doing it. During the three years since
I have quit It I. have had four or
five terrible struggles not to go
back to it. I am apt to walk, into a a-hy
hy a-hy newspaper jtf America at any
hour of the day or night and hand
in half a ddzen .Columns if I don't
watch myself, and give" .them a-
way for nothing but, the pleasure of
seemg them In type. I loathe,' hate,
abhor and dread the column writ writing
ing writing game; I think of it at the most
poisonously destructive -vice to
which any writer may become ad-,
dieted, and the hardest work to
which any human might contract
himself; and at the same time I
love it and adore it and yearn for
it an have to fight against it.''
VV'.; t,r;;-.? iivf'".-;;,,'
( Sir Anthony Eden was caught in
a tragedy of history. An ill ana
weary man, he has- come here in
an effort to regain nis neaitn. me
papers report he is suffering from

I "el Thin l.i n -Iwaeli postmarks is im media media-he
he media-he is the-vicum of a broken heart. T.iv Honnrt.H : wk a

fllo struggled to reach a pinnacle
-which only served as the percn ior
a grave blunder and a swin xau.
In these' shadowy days, we trust
Eden will recall his own brave,
brieht words: "The one hopeless
creed is fatalism and the belief
that the struggle for your ideals is
not worthwhile, the feeling that
somehow your ideals will be cheat cheated
ed cheated in the end."
Bert Lahr, in common with all
great Jesters, gifts people with
laughter a precious possesson
that provides temporary reiuge a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the terror of a world crisis
or a dreary daily existence. How However,
ever, However, in the classic tradition, Lahr
who opens tonight in "Hotel Pa Pa-radisn")
radisn") Pa-radisn") la a chronic worrier, a
sad clown. Lahr logically contends
that "if a man doesnt ..worry,, ne
doesn't have an interest in life."
As Will Rogers once observed:
cannot, replace
must protect I

protection!

TeL 1-2I1I

J Hatch

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VVfi ?
Mew York
"A man who doesn!t worry is eith either
er either dead, drunk or idiotic.!' .
. Television, which manufactures
quiz shows and old Jokes, occasion
ally produces a touch of artistry.
ii nappenea wnen tne Lunts dem
onstrated what makes dieting an
an in tne co-axial version of "The
Great Sebastians." Despite the li
mitations of the script, the Lunts
were as -usual maenificent.
Their effortless style is the result
oi Jong, nara work-- and the desire
for perfection. "They starred in "I "I-diofs
diofs "I-diofs Delight" for many months.
Throughput 4he engagement, how
ever, they felt that one episode nev never
er never really Jelled. So,, before the hit
went pp the rof d, tbestarsrehears-
eu uiat single scene ior two weess
before they were satisfied.'
The complications of the Middle
East crisis arm clarified : hv the
knowledge that the area is not rul
ed oy people out by a product:
Oil. Everything is secondary to
control of the oil fields...In Sau-
bidden for American employes of
oil enmoanies there. U.S. mm na
mes and y.s. military advisory
groups are lormaaen to nave Jew Jewish
ish Jewish employes. An American in Sau
di Arabia who receives a letter with
cept the hummatloa? An Ameri
can oil exec recently "explained it
with a cynical but accurate obser observation:
vation: observation: "They have oil and we
want it." : -; in i,
King Oil Has Enslaved Decency.
'Eugene O'Neill gave the Ameri American
can American theatre especially this sea season
son season much of its fire and thunder.
He first attracted Broadway's at attention
tention attention when 'Emperor Jones' wss
staged- In a Greenwich Village
playhouse. The script wss later
published in a mag. O'Neill thank
ed the editors for publishing it and
added: "I am going to subscribe
to your magazine as soon as I
hsve three dollars of my own.1,
Whether or not Marilyn Monroe
is expecting has become the sub
ject for page-one comments. Miss
Monroe would probably be a good
mother. She once declared: I H
would give my children all the love ill
within me. I would love them and
comfort them. Nobody ever told
me I was orettvj I crew uo think-
ling I wss the ugliest little girl in
jthe world."
STUDY AHEAD Bcmed ta
like another volume between
bookeoda, Janice Burton, 34, sf
Salt Lake City, Utah, U a st" st"-bol
bol st"-bol ef the scholar ty Ufa. Sbs
la shown arriving on a liner, la
New York, completing s 22 22-month
month 22-month trip around the worii
During this time she lrrt II
months aa a Morynon r. "ti-

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' WASHINGTON Newspaper de denials
nials denials are a dime a dozen in Wash Washington
ington Washington these days. They are the ea easiest
siest easiest statement for a politician to
make. ''i...-.':5t-;-wf
- He knows the denial will get
headlines and half the public will
believe it The other half won't.
Final result: nobody quite knows
tne irutn.
..
'
Last week Len Hall, ex-chairman
of ; the Republican National
committee, issued a ringing, right righteous
eous righteous denial that he had ever soli solicited
cited solicited the help of Dave Beck in the
last.campaijn. a sia'-ment to the
contrary had come from Arthur
Condon, personal attorn e y for
Beck.
Condon is a highly reputable at attorney.
torney. attorney. He does not lie. Therefore,
who was telling the truth?
The answer took Some probing,
but Is highly Interesting. Techni Technically
cally Technically Len Hall was telling the
. truth. In a broader snse, Can Can-don
don Can-don was. Hall did not aaak Dave
Beck's support far' EisanhoWsr;
he already had it., He was seek.
Ing Dave Beck's support n gat.
ting tne trucking industry to sup.
; prt Eisenhower,
i i 1 I i
Beck has always been a Repub Republican,'
lican,' Republican,' and, as leamsters, execu executive
tive executive vice president, had begun to
buck his late boss, Dan Tobin, and
the latter's ardent FDR friend&hip.
Len Hall, therefore, appealed to
Condon to get Beck's help in put putting
ting putting the trucking industry bemnd
Ike. '',,-" ; ",,',
' SHERMAN ADAMS PHONED
"''''.;:': ?:--;:,k:'';$ t'fr t'fr-Condon
Condon t'fr-Condon is the attorney not only
for Beck, but for the independent
advisory committee to the truck trucking
ing trucking UKiustry. uHii aew uus. .','.;
He also knew that the truckers
in Washington state were support supporting
ing supporting Sen.-Warren Magnuson, iiemo
crat, and in Oregon, Sen, Wayne
Morse; Democrat. He knew t h a t
campaign contributions h a d n't
come in from the truckers as ex
pected. So Hall appealed to, Con-
There fillowed a meeting right
inside the White House in the of
fice of assistant president Sher Sherman
man Sherman Adams, f
Present were Hall himself. Beck,
Adams, Condon; Bert Seymour,
who is head of Associated Trans Transport
port Transport and also of the advisory truck trucking
ing trucking committee: Walter Carey.
former head of the A m e rican
Trucking Association; a n d Roy
Fruehauf, head of Fruehauf Trail Trailers.
ers. Trailers. 'V. !.5; ''
At the meeting Jt was. nrooosed
.that certain thing j be donato via-
4ta trie tfiiirinrr mitiaiTrv rnon
irked it' Ike over Secretary Weeks'
transportation report f avoriny c the
railroads, at the taxes placed on
truckers in tne Highway cm, ana
at the tight money policy, which.
thoughnot aimed at truckers, hurt
iaem. ;. ... -,
. It was finally agreed that ths
Weeks tranapertatien policy and
the highway bill were water ev ever
er ever the dam, but that a'mething
could be dons about hard msnsy.,
Sherman Adamtf, therefore, got
' en the phene to Wendell Barnes,
head ef the SmallBusiness Ad Administration,
ministration, Administration, and fold ; him. ts
sass credit f:r truckers, -
-. Barnes then set up a task force,
which resulted in relaxing small
business loan requirements
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It was also proposed that Beck
and Fruehauf go to Puerto' Rico
and make some pro-labor spceche
which, it was figured, s would in influence
fluence influence the Puerto Rican -yots in
New 'York City, This, hpwever,
never came off. r t. ..
Beck and most of the truckers.
I however, threw their weight behind
-1 TI.a --J ull ..... M..tA(,,l
iac, aiiu iiau nu lAiciuj. ( v.
' BUILD UP FOR BECK,
He Was so grateful that in De December,
cember, December, after Ike had won, he got
in touch with Condon, told him he
was leaving as chairman of the
GOP sometime in February, but
had talked over with Sherman A A-dams
dams A-dams the idea of building up Dave
Beck.' i
t - ,',(
He said that Richard Guylay his
assistant on the Republican nation national
al national committee, was also leaving to
go into public relations and -might
tase on the project of making ;
Beck the great Republican labor
leaden -. ;
- It was definitely agreed,' there there-fore,
fore, there-fore, that Guylay would come to
work with and for Beckys soon
as he resigned, which was to be iu
February. The talk was in early
December. '
" t
Late in December Whn the -first
rumblings leaned out of the
' McClsllan committee that Beclc
might be in trouble, there was
further discussion with Ha(l,
when it was agreed that ths
-Whits Huse weuid find a Jo'Vgn
assignment for Beck which
would make him a.knignt in
snin-ng armor, above pontics.
This was why Beck went abroad
so confidently and stayed there.
flit appointment as an Interni Interni-Uonel
Uonel Interni-Uonel Lauor Organization delegate
was already in me wuras, uit iue
was -promised somethmg : a a o v o
and oeyond Uus. -. 4v( ?.
As late as three or four days De De-fore
fore De-fore Beck abrupuy reiurnea m tne
uaa, secretary of La our Mucneil
told Condon tnat niisennower didn't
want neck relieved, and that th
ILO appointment would stands tie
did caution that the State Depart Department
ment Department might nave the tinai worn, .v
In the end, however, .Mitchell
himseii took tne initiative in drop dropping
ping dropping Beck. - i. ma
-'During the discussions of last
fall and summer incidentally,
Len Hail n al Knew rnai sets:
had income tax difficulties put
there seemed to be a comfort comfortable
able comfortable feeling that, this was .I
Civil cavand a llwould S
ed. ,!"
I There are two epilogues to the
storyi i J-' USsAi-?
1. When Beck's friends finally
got together with Guyiay on reo.
14 to discuss the puplic relations
job ne. was going to oo. for UecK,
Guylay said fie was sorry, but ne
couldn't do anything for a labor
guy. He had thought, he said, he
was going to do a job for the truck,
ing industry.'
, ; i i'
, 2. In the Teamsters headquart headquarters
ers headquarters hangs a photo of Beck, Eisen
bower, Fruehauf, Condon and Sey Seymour,
mour, Seymour, taken in those halcyon days
last fall when Beck waa running la
and out of the White House every
week and everyone was calling
him "Dave."
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SIGNING' IN -i A his -wife and chldlren looknr Newv Jersey-.Slate1 Senator -Malcolm Forbes;
, signs the" voting; register at Bedminster, H.J.i "before ; voting: in' the stat election to pick, a
Eepublican candidate ;to : face Gov. .Robert Meyner .in November.., At left1 is clerk IvaHerzog; ..
The Forbes children are ideft to right) Bobby, 8; Christopher, 6; Malcolm, Jr, 9 and Timothy
- 3, held by Mr Forbes. t t ' v i ,v ,

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sively. Yours:' A sneak pteview of

"The VFuriv Pink Nichtfiown."

bout a movie star who is kidnap kidnap--
- kidnap-- ed, -gsVe Jane Rossell and hubby
Bob Weterfield the jolt they hoit

ed wouldn t Happen xne auaience
i.ecitled Marie McDonald inspired

the. whole plot and howled accord accordingly.'
ingly.' accordingly.' 1 j :
'Bud Abbott if1 Mr.V cenfusedi -vr
Loo Cwtollo breaking thtir
Career ha meat. : Bud's Celling Pals
h didn't even know Lou wat a't-

r solo booking, until vie was an
nouneod ferStovo Allan's how. :
ts s ks a n t r"
. Carroll Baker's career goal' aft aft-er.'Baby
er.'Baby aft-er.'Baby Doll" was "at normal
- ..1 1 with no problems. "t She'll
nave to wait af while, Her n e x t
-;! e wilt be as Diana Barrytncre
in ;Too Much '.Too Soon.'J And
: jna .had .mora problems -,lh(n

he U.N.

. DOROTHY LAMOUR'S son, Wil

liam- Ross Howard iv, isrwprKins
i : a maU i boy at v Paramount,
dame studk where: Ma,ma
Stardom in sarongs ..jr.H,,;

scanty dance-hall J girl costume,
and r a bolero jacket on Lisa Kirk
took the ""Wow" out of her. swea

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Freed Discovers
Bach Und-Roll

By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK NEA)' Johann

Seoa&uan Bach wrote -- roek-atid-1

roll. 1 Maybe Mn those days tthey i

called it Bach-und-roll. Anyhow, it If

is Alan reed who discovered old

Johann's secret vice. .

Freed is the man who made .up

the phrase.v Vrock-and-roll," and

has done more than anybody to

popularize it, man. His rock-and-

roll shows at several New Y o r k

theaters arew tnousands, (of peo

ple and dollars). Coming up are

three Freed rock-and-roll shows fl flyer
yer flyer ABC-TV. He's big-wheel un

official king ot tue jock and roll

p Yet there's a skeleton I in bis

closet. He likes classical music,

especially Bach ; and Wagner's-, or

cnestrai worxs. Ana,'-seatea one

jay at his hi-ti, he made atre-

mendous discovery. r ;' ;

"I war pisy'ng a Bach -orgart
work' he ayt. "And it had a
roek-and-rll riff in it, Ral coo'
stuff." v r ..' "u'Lj
TTa's found fpw "other sinpp.

Nothing in Wagner.., thongh.He-

V f i

'r !r V
JL -J

Mind; Carson ; Alan Freed

'

; Actresi tlris White just played

iicr'iotn pregnant wue role m a

year in a stanza' for TV's "Fathei1
1 ,iows Best.V She's a" bachelor

al- who' ,is blushing : "You know4

iiiaybe-1 should- get marrieu.'";
. On of 5 -San' Diego-' Marines
acting in; Jack Webb's !'The D.I,"
is an 18-year-old, baby faced re recruit
cruit recruit named Bill Smith of India India-napolis.i
napolis.i India-napolis.i bet you don't even
shave, yet,'l-Jack kidded him the
' other day.t "Oh. yes I do,", re

plied Bill. "Nothing comes off but
when they say "Shave!' in the
Marines, jnister, you. shava-'i ;
THE CAL WHO took the V (for
' tow "necklines) out of TV gav me
tne lowdown yesterday on just
now sneaky movie glamor babes
Can b trying to outwit censors.
4' She's Kate Xawson,- who designs!
the costumes for Bob Hope's N--,
B' -. shows and who. has dou dou-b
b dou-b ; 'wardrobe mistress and the

te V pal on other' : Hollywood.

videw i.anzas. ,Kate'g,V8; whiz in
the diplomatic cover-up when film

dolls UkeHhe-TV plunge,

I Liko Tho Cm f tho Slipping
Lace.' NBC1, tensors ordered a
.covering -"of lac for Corinn Cl Cl-)t'f
)t'f Cl-)t'f low-cut : -gown'- but Corinno

kept it slipping lowor and lowor

' ut boforo 'show time. Kat final

ly had t anchor tho lac in pla
with .adhotivo tap. "You brut,"
laughed Corinn, finally realizing
tho jig, and th lac, Srr both
ftp. - 'jiijh '-'
n One .Kate'a -welt-placed furs
left Dorothy -Lamour presentable,

for the cameras when she wore

But the 'case, of "The Falling

iegueee. 'T starrmn zsa Zsa G

bor, was too much even for Kate

""THE SCENE HAD Zsa Zsa in

a tram berth,"' Kate said, "and
her negligee not only kept falling

in ner snouiaer Dut u was piac
ticaViy falling off the train,: I talk
ed to her about it and she said

'But, dollink, that's why I'm here.'

' "I finally had to tip 6ff the cam

eraman who took care of the prob

lem. Zsa Zsa didn't know it. but

they (witched cameras during her

oropr."
..,V wt

vf Xate'i most ? embarrassing mo

sWheh,a ."tutie splaying 'a' tner
niaid'ort a'ftprf-snow started milt

ing herself up on a- rock, during a
reheasal, and both s h o u d e r

straps broke.- "But -the" boys, on

the set,?' laughs Kate;, "gave ; me

an Emmy for that one. :

The Witnet: Saddle-sore Andy
Duggan told it ; after emoting v in

ruomino," nis tirst western:

"I'm a tenderfoot in the1 wrong
plaW rT'fJ f-4

IN 'a groupof 'four; :strangers
who bad just been introduced at a
party,--.two- found they had some something
thing something in common, So they talked
about' their Common: interest .. exclusively,-
leaving the other -two
completely; out; of the conversation.
Whak they should have' done was
speak' briefly ot their common in

terest and then turn the conversa

tion toward a topic in which all
four could take part. , 7, ; ; r-

Leaving ; somoon ot in th

cold dnts lack f gracious-

PRESENTS

vl Today, twsday, April JJ
4:00 Feature HMtm'V :r '- i'i"
4:3(WWbat'a your Favorite p--fti
quests taken- by fihoni
$:30 Newa.'i';.-; r' 'V"-v:.,.; 'i
l:35-What', Your JT o r 1 4

tconta). -v'
6:00 Allen Tickson (News)

6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 On eta g America
. (WRUL) .,.
7 :00 Interlude For. Music f

7; 15 HOW CHRISTIAN. SCt-

-ENCE HEALS V-.-,
7:35 VOA Report From UA
3:00World Of Jaza, s t ;
:30 Life ;Wlth The Lyons
:00 You Asked For It (r.
j quests taken by phone
:r -tiU, 7:30) v-v..j-. !;-.-

10: JO Music From Hotel XI Pah-

10:45-feTempl Of Dreama

1 1 :00 concert Under The Stars

li:0O-lgn pff.fi a

must have been an utter square.

Freed a .Salem Ohio, native

who .came up through ? the" radio

ladder, thinks rock-and-roll js here.

to stay, He would, of course, but

he sounds very positive about -4
'Gradually,'1 ho. says, "It -will

probably : meld into the regular

music 1 stream, 1 but it ; definitely

won t disappear, in our lifetime, l
doubt if wel'll ever hear a Hit Pa

rade that doesn't nave three or

four rock-and-roll songs in the

top 10."

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His

a mii.

1(j - .-
Zxi r :--: ... 1 ',,1

"ft't win,,.

;vu it it run?

7irroWWdisra

:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
V Club (requests taken by

'.vJu-.y. phone tiu 7:00) i
7:30 Mornlnsr Salon Concert

MS Church lit The Wlldwood

i : 30 Musical RevelU t
9:00 News
:15 Sacred Heart V'
:30 Pari, star Tim

10:00 News

10:15 Spins and Needles (re

quests taken by phone

11:00 News v

;i:05 Spins and N edits

. (cont'd) .'.. ,:-. :

11:30 Meet fh Entertainer
12:00 News, f

12:05JLunchtlme Melodies' t

12: 15 M EL ACH RINO M0S1
" 'CALE (Nescafe) i'1
12:30 Sweet And Hot

1:00 News -:;h ;-v.;

1:15 Musit Of Manhattan -1:30
Sons Of The pioneer

45 French In The Air'

2:00 Tex Beneke Shpw
2:15 Freddy Martin Show-,

3u Music For You
00 Hank "snow And

- Rainbow Ranch Bova

3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Wednesday.,
4:00 Feature Review "-,

4:30 What's Your Favorite
' (requests ttkio by

i:30-t-News ":', ic :e.i

1:35 What'a Your F a v o r 1 ta

. cont'a .- -- r,

6:00 Alien Jackson '(News)

Program

: 15 BLUB RIBBON SPORTS

ksview (Pabst Beer)
:S0 Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
7:00 Halls Ot iy i ?
7:30 VOA Report From- DA
S:00 Music By Roth ;
1:30 Musical Theater :

t :ooTou Asked For-Tt Irt-

. : V: quests taken by phone

10:30 Cavalcade Of Amerlc.

11:00 Concert Under The Stars

ia. w cign on.

Depufy d

Premier Visilj'ri
Ausfrian lesdcp
'VIENNA. Austria. AdHI 23!

(UP 1 Soviet DeDutv Prmlr:

Anasiss. Kixoyan arrived here
today for a state visit he hoiea

will improve Soviet-Austrian re

lations. Relations fcae hovered

just above the freeslnz rwint

since the Hunearian unrlsin

No agenda has been worked

out for Mikovan's tl wtth

Chancellor Julius Raab and For-'

elm Minister Leopold FlgL buff
informed sources said the mainr I

vwftw vi iilm trio was to ea,e

relations between the two coun countries
tries countries --

Austrian revulsion at the Ro-

viet's cni&hlnr of the HunvaH-n

revolution wa heishtened bv h

lact trie Soviets -fre ooerstine

in .'roe cr. oniv a few hTn.

dresl vsrds from Austrian territory.

Matt Dennis, RCA's wonderful

song -stylist. Js back at M a b 1

Mercer a JByune Koom, and he's

happy about the whole thing. He

just had two harrowing weeks in

Havana. They were harrowing be because;
cause; because; (a), there was a semi-revolution
going on,-and he had to
play amid the pitter patter of
bursting grenades, and (b) be because
cause because he didn't quite dig the Cu Cuban
ban Cuban audiences at first,'. ;
"The ''first ""three or four d a y s
Were horrible,". Matt : says. "The
entire audience was Spanish-speak

ing.-They didnt react t all; No
applause No singing. No smiling.

No nothing. It was murder.

Then somebody told me they

never listen to lyrics, anyhow'

even Spanish lyrics becau they

just dont like lyrics. And this guy
said they were quiet while I was
working, which meant they liked
me. They, liked the sound of my

voice they billed me as e

Feeling Singer',- nd they placed

their bands over their niaru,

which was supposed to be good,

Nevertheless. Matt's very hannv

he got hack, .safe ana souna. :

' Some wo ,yra age, v Mlndy

Carton told- me a story about ? an

encounter she'd had with Richard

Rodgers. Hr heard her sing in a

night club and, afterwards, they

wer introduced. He asked her to
audition for a new show he was

working on. She didv '..-i tl

- "You're a beautttul girl witn a

beautiful voice," Rodgers told her,
"but they couldn't hear you be

yond the third row." .;?

" '"": A"Vi
Since then. Mindv's been work

ing with her vocal coach he' al

so her accompanist on increasing

her power. It s paid off. She s go

ing to sing the Mary Martin part

in the City Center revival of

South. Pacific- f

ie Lame is at his very best on an
album; of rhythm tunes c a lied
J'Rockin',"? (Columbia) Pat ODav,
besides looking pretty on the cov cover,
er, cover, sings, pretty on the inside of
Golden Crest's "When Your Lover
Has Gone;' some old Eydie Gor Gor-me
me Gor-me songs, including three rip rip-snortin"
snortin" rip-snortin" duets wfth Steve Law Lawrence,
rence, Lawrence, are included in Coral's "Ey-

uie. jviorme s iengnt." ;

, Three excellent new classical
piano releases r-RCA's brilliant
young pianist, Byron Janis, plays
an assortment ot six ? Chopinpiec Chopinpiec-es,
es, Chopinpiec-es, including the Sona'ta No.. 2 in
B-Flat Minor; Angel's great Claiu
dio Anrau' also ; turns- to Chupin,
playing -his Etudes Op. 10 and Al Allegro.
legro. Allegro. De Concert Op. 46: Epic's

excellent Leon Fleisher tickles i

urahms, Variations and Fugue on
a Theme of Handel, Op. 24 and

Waltzes Op.39. 1

RISING FROM THE RUINS Jn sharp contrast to the
bombed-out buildings surrounding it rise the ultramodern
lines of this new Catholic church in the British sector of West
Reriin It reflects the reconstruction boom which promises to

make- the ravaged city: the most architecturally, advanced .in J

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DICK'S PICKS? Guy MitcheU

could have another hit in "Rock-a-

Billy" on Columbia. -Others :

"Empty Arms" (Teresa Brwer,

Coral). "Mama Guitar" (Julius La

Rosa. ; RCA); "My Love Son''

(Tommy Sands. Capitol)! "My

Faith, My Hope, My Love" Roy
Hamilton, Epic); "Bad Man cf

Missouri (Ocie Smith. Cadence):
"Three-Way Love"-(ay Connrtf,

Columbia ); "roor Butteray" (Sa (Sarah
rah (Sarah Vauehan, Mercury): -'toung

and In. Love' (Tony Travis

Verve); "I Need You So" (Joni

James, MGMr There'r Not a

Moment to Spare'' (Frankie Laine,

Columbia). ; ...
. '.
Exceptional flock of new vocal
albums it's good to have Lee Wi Wiley
ley Wiley back and her new RCA album,
"West of the Moon," is a -era;
the big hits of the Ink Spots are

recorded anew on "Charlie Fu-

qua's Ink Spots' (Verve); Frank-

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A PORTLAND. Ore., "eorresnnafl-

ent writes in part, "There mutt
have been something wrong with

our bidding of this band. The club
slam 'was there for the bidding,
but we wbund ud eoine down twn

tricks at three no-trump. Were

we 00m at iau7"

' The answer to nfi auentlnn

that South and only South was

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His opening club bid

no-trump rebid were

correct.. My quarrel is
bid of three no-tramp.

After ; his oartner'i lumn tn

three clubs, South should have
realized two things. The first was
that although he held onlv fifteen

high card points, those points re represented
presented represented ace-king. ace. ace and

that a club, slam was .possible

ine second was that he held no
heart stopper and that his partner

was undoubtedly short in one red
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South had at his disposal a verv

simple bid which would have tak taken
en taken care of both these matters. All
he had to 'do was bid three dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. With a heart stopper

iNorui would nave bid tnree no.

trump.

As it :wss," North would have
bid four diamonds. This bid would

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heart. ' -

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COMMANDER OF CONTINENTAL ARMY COMMAND FETED
BY OFFICERS AND LADIES OF USARCARIB LAST NIGHT
' is6tn. WUlara G. Wyman and Mrs. Wyman who
here Sunday night, were noesfc of honor at a cocktail buf buf-:
: buf-: fit cifM t the Amador Officers' Open Mess last night by
'iZ offkers and 'ladies of USARCARIB. s a
Gen. Wyman is commander of the Continental .Army

... Command. He is bere a an
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Bitish Knight
IV Feted
At Cocktail Party
r anil Mrs. idward Thomas
tlteKa entertained with cocktails
ai weir noma iu rrque w"
last night in honor of Sir Wil William
liam William Rootea who is yisit-
' sir wUllanOs chairman of the
British Dollar Exports council
and chairman, of the Roots
Group", onerof Britain's r largest
utomobilo manufacturers. m
" Mr. Biggs U Charg d'Aff aires
of tht British Embassy. ; ;
c,en. Harrold's
Brothef-ln-Law '
Visits From Japan
Brlgi i Gen. PhUip A. Draper
Jr. arrived here last week for a
Urlaf lrtit nrlth hill hmt.hMVitW
VHVf fW. V..
law and sister Mai. Gen. Thom-
. u.phiIi) nri Mn Hrrnii
nrt tn mm his mother Mrs. P. A.
Draper Sr., who is ill in Gorgasj
.Hospital.,.
Gen. Draper flew here from
Japan where he is with Gen. R.
I; White's 8th Army of Camp
Zam. He u now on nis way to
Washington where he will spenal
10 aays.
- Aflmiral Atkeaom
Attends Coffee
Fer Tucker
The Rodman Zone Distaff
Council gave a coffee this mora moraine
ine moraine at the Flamingo Club ln hon
or of Capt. William Tucker Com-
jnanainn onicer or Koaman na naval
val naval station and Mrs. Tucker who
wOl be leaving the Isthmus May
ft PrnsntBlsperfa&l
Vn HHut aftw
Cillj
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VE ANNOUNCE s

that due to a new taw which' makes compulsory
the closing of all stores at 7:00 pru we have
had to adopt tht following hours:
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY:
from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and
from 2 :00 p.m. to 7 tOO p.m. r
'i
Saturday and Any Day Preceding
A Panamanian Rational Holiday
icell open all day from 9:00 cum.
y till 9:00 p.m.
So, please, rsmember to get your GREETING
CARDS, BOOKS, MAGAZINES, TOYS, CIFT
nV'Z. and NOVELTIES, wHhin thttt hours for ;
ttih your benefit &hd ours.
MORRISON'S
CPPOSfTE THE ANCOM P.O.

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shown oil her ; wedding W
. - HOiirVits
oniciai ooserrer to exorcise
Rear Admiral clarence L. C.
Atkeson. Commandant of the
15th Navai District and Com
mander Panama ector of the
Caribbean sea Frontier was
present with Mrs. Atkeson.
The coffee was held as an ad
flition to the regular monthly
meeting ol.tbe distaff council. A
short tajkjoij "Child Care" was
given by Mrs. G. Clifford.
Averett-Naudts ;
Marriago At Curundu
Lt. Col. and. Mrs:; Morris J.
Naudts, Quarry Heights, an announce
nounce announce the marriage of their
daughter Morine Evelyn to
Charles Don Averett son of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Averett of Dale Dale-vllle,
vllle, Dale-vllle, Alabama.
The wedding took place
Thursday evening, April 11 in the
Curundu Protestant Church. Rev.
I Milton Leldlg
performed the
ceremony.
Dr. John S. Woods sang "Be
cause," "I'll Walk with God" and
"The Lord's Prayer." At the or organ
gan organ was Mrs. John S. Woods. At Attendants
tendants Attendants were Miss Camille Ellis
and Virgil E. Turner. A reception
was held at the Tivoli Hotel.
Kelley-Seagers
Enrf ement Announced
Mr.' and Mrs. Thomas H. Kel Keller
ler Keller of Hendersonvllle, North Car Carolina,
olina, Carolina, formerly of Margarita, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, announce the engage engagement
ment engagement of their daughter,- Miss
Margaret Anne Kelley, to Mr.
Murray W. seagears, son of Mrs.
Ethel P. wells of Delmar, New
York, and Mr. Clayton B. Sea Sea-gears
gears Sea-gears of Nassau. New York. 'i
Miss Kelley Is a graduate of
Balboa High Schol and the Uni University
versity University of Vermont, and Is now
employed by the General Elec Electric
tric Electric Company ln Washington. D.
C.
Mr. Seagears, also a graduate
of the Untversilty of Vermont, is
employed by the Liberty Mutual
Insurance Company in Albany.
Sew York. The wedding will take
ace May 25 In Washington, D C.

Box 134,
Panama

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Lim-Holloway l
Engagement : x
Announced At Party
At a luncheon held Easter
Sunday at the Lira and Wong
residence in Colon the engage engagement
ment engagement of Aurora ; Pearl Lim to
Leon Alvin Holloway was an an-announced
announced an-announced by the father of the
bride-to-be, Mr. Alexander P.
Lim.
Mr. Lim arrived on Saturday
for the occasion; from Almiran Almiran-te
te Almiran-te where he Is employed with the
United Fruit Company. He will be
ln Colon for a few days.
Miss Aurora P. Lim is a grad graduate
uate graduate of Cristobal High School
class of '54 and is on the office
staff -of the Coco Solo Hospital.
- Mr. Leon A. Holloway is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E.
Holloway 1 of Kansas and is a
graduate of the Glen Elder High
School of Glen Elder Kansas Kansas-class
class Kansas-class of '54. At the "present time
he is with the U.a Navy and is
stationed at coco Solo.
Mrs. Angelica Lim' de Wong
and Mrs.' AnitaLlm served 'the
dinner. The buffet table and
home were decorated with ar arrangements
rangements arrangements of different colors of
gladiolas sprinkled with silver
dust.-
Among those present at tbe
luncheon were Rev, Francis A.
Lynch CM, Rev. Roberto Alvara
do omf. Chamain Marsnai &
Breneman, from Coco Solo; mem
bers of the A. P, urn iamuy. ana
close friends of the family and
the groom-to-be.
' A fall wedding has been plan planned,
ned, planned, but no definite date has
been set. -;
Curling's Daughter si
Arrives For VWt
Mrs. Joyce Hudson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Curling of
Diablo Heights arrived yesterday
for a short vacation with her
parents. ..-,.
Tha curllnes issue an open In
vitation -for her friends and ac acquaintances
quaintances acquaintances to visit at -their
home 5183 A Diablo Heights or
to call (Balboa) 2-J597, v
Large Crowd
Attends Flower
ShOW At XMvA
Seventy-five floral exhibits
were viewed by over 500 who at attended
tended attended the Flower show last
night at the Balboa YMCA-USp.
This was the final event ln tbe
Flower Arrangement Class
taught Mrs. Pat Morgan:, The
how was ,ndejthe chairman-
ehij of Mrtf'LJu Morris..
The winners in various classes
Mrs. Annette r Frederics I first
place; '. Mrs. Isabel c. Benedetu
second; Mrs. Laye McDan'el
third: arid Mrsv Esperansa de Vi Vi-Ualobos
Ualobos Vi-Ualobos fourth place. On fru'ls
and vegetables the winners were:
Mrs. Isabel C. Benedetti, first;
Mrs. Jeanne Cantor, second:
Mrs. Dolores Robertson, third
and Mrs. Beverly st-, Angela
fourth place.
In Dried and Exotic material,
first place went to Mrs. Helyn
M. Utley: second, Mrs. Esperan Esperan-za
za Esperan-za de Vlllalobos, third to Mrs.
Beverlv Sexton.
Refreshment was served by
th committee in charge. It is
planned to conduct another
course later in the year under
Mrs. Morgan's leadership.'
Crasy Hat Luncheon
Provides Laughs
For Kobbe Wives
Resembling a' Lilly Dache
nightmare, the Ft. Kobbe Off Off-.!
.! Off-.! wive rlub "Crazv Hat"
luncheon Thursday produced
enough wild creations to make
ven- Redda Hopper envious.
Swimming pools, clothes lines,
Easter.eggi. baskets, boats, flow flowers,
ers, flowers, nalm leaves. gloves and
many other such assorted items

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Sta bvefy Savor, ae4 tBnve aat ata
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MISS MARGARET ANNE KELLEY --- Former residents of
Margarita Mr.- and Mrs. Thomas H. Kelley announce the
engagement of their daughter Margaret Anne to Mr. Murray
W.'-Seagears of -New York. The wedding date has been set
- t or May 25. '

DINNER iwas over and the nost
and hostess had led te u
into the livtag wom when the big
glass picture window facing the
atreet suddenly shattered.
tchino nntside. the man orlne
houso was hit by an unopened beer
can thrown at mm irom s.cst
Of teen.age boys, !o :f oared, Bi'
waV having him with' a
now and a deep gash in his fore-
The police caugni uie uuya hh
later, but the man with the broken
His reason? "I've got a;couple
of boys of my own," he said .and
how do I taow they wont get inte
trouble some aay r
made into fantastic "head
j, in brder to select the-wlnners,
tv, "hnstassea Mesdames C. R-
tTnrfRrdaiiL chairman,- E. W-
to t t w. Mueuer ana it., js.
LaBrode, chose three contestants
lor each of the three categories.
most original preniest tu u-
niest. Mrs.' cnarjea ui".
guest speaker, actea as
r.,rf.. anH selected the following
i winners: Most Original, Mrs.
-warren nelston overrunners-up
rr William K: Keller and Mrs.
Arthur Underwood; prettiest,
Mrs. Samuel n. smiin, ana run
niest.- Mrs, Henry JU unwoun.
Mrs. Gelston receivea a wveijr
orchid corsage and both Mr&
Smith and Mrs. Chisholm were
v, n i
presented with wooarosa cor-
sages..;.': .'ft' .
un. otio K.' r eierieiii, yico-
dent. -welcomed ? the following
oiiesta? Mrs. Harvey Haynes,
Mrs. Frederic Simon, Misses Kaye
Peierlein, Kay Appei ana wbsi
Henderson. Mrs. M. a O'Dell who
will soon be returning w v
SUtes was bid farewell and pre pre-untjvt
untjvt pre-untjvt rfth a wood rose corsage.
Mrs. Feierleln announced the
appointment of Mrs. Mize John Johnson
son Johnson as chairman of the Cookbook
Committee..
After a delicious luncneon Mrs.
Charles Morgan gave a most in-
I the native flowering trees.
! Wendell Greene's,
1 Neighbors -V.
Visit Hera
Mr. and Mrs. Pred de V. Sill
are planning to meet Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Collins at Tocumen
this afternoon. The Collins' who
are coming here from Hender Hendersonvllle,
sonvllle, Hendersonvllle, N-C. are friends and
neighbors of J. Wendell Greene,
former treasurer of the Panama
Canal Co. '
The visitors will sUy at the
Hotel El Panama for two days
after which they will continue
on a tour of South America.

"SALE OF SALES"
SATURDAY 27th

1 SPORT. Shirts
i t Finest Quality
at Very Special Prices!

: Coddling Delinquents
Makes Them Worse

He can't be sure they won't is
long as adults go on coddling young
people and protecting them from
the consequences of their unlawful
acts.
. rv ' '
His boys and a lot of others might
havev learned something w 0 f i h
while if he had stood up and said:
"This is an outrage And 1 m go going
ing going to bring charges."
Hard! Tough! No harder and
no tougher than the world is going
to be when those young hoodlums
are a little older. .
SPARE THI ROD ...
UrtTV mams tk.m nim Aim 111 V
.flJLAA BIUV. 4IIU. Hvn. 0a.f.,r
because they are young? is it iubt
to let them grow old enough to
start carrying a gun and going -in
for armed robbery to get their
"kicks": i
Don't think that adolescents who
Ldori't have to pay for their early
crimes are come to De so graieiui
they suddenly. see the light, and
start behavins themselves.
Usually they just think they are
smart fur having broken the law
and evaded punishment. And If
they can get away with one thing
: tney iigure tney can gei away wun
something bigger.
The fact that we have youngsters
of our own la no reason for not
nressine charees when some teen
ager destroys our property or end-i
angers' our safety.
It is tbe very best reason in tbe
world, for seems that justice is
done and the crime is paid for. How
else can we expect youth to learn
that it' must obey laws and respect
the rights of others?
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Bow Street Runners
Earned Title, v
LONDON (UP) Back in the
early -days of London 'the first
municipal police were called the
"Bow Street Runners," and there
by hangs a tale,
A patrol car of Scotland Yard's
CUTICURA TaicL'ra
Acts Like Magic
r(na,eoftMifhtfid r(na,eoftMifhtfid-Xy
Xy r(na,eoftMifhtfid-Xy tragTant-Cuticura ;
Talcum eonUine de-.
odoraot aatiaeptie
C-8 (Heiaehlora (Heiaehlora-phene).
phene). (Heiaehlora-phene). Keep tha
k trash and sweat.
Soethea aoaburai.
Pretraata, relieve
beat and diaper neh,
loot irritabone. Bnyt

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- itch notice for incluilen In this
column should bo : luhmittcd in
type-written form and mailed e
. tha boa number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and OtharwiM," or delivered
fc hsnd to tha effica. Notices o
meetings cannot ba accepted by
telephone.
Rainbow City Civic Council
The Rainbow City Civic Coun Council
cil Council will hold its regular monthly
meeting tomorrow night at 7:30
ln the study hall of tne Rainoow
City High School.
Doctors' Wives
Club Will Hold
Election Of Officers
-The Doctors Wives Club will
hold, their monthly meeting to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at the Fort Kobbe Of Officers
ficers Officers Club at 9:3C. The coffee
will Include the election of new
officers. Members are asked to
bring old lellv glasses, comic
books for the playroom and dia diapers
pers diapers for the needy children of
Panama. ,, ;
Welfare Scheme ',""'
The tJnited Health and We'-
fare Scheme of Panama will
meet Friday at 7:15 p.m. in spe
cial session wiui A. a." jjiacKeit jjiacKeit-Forde,
Forde, jjiacKeit-Forde, presiding.
Matters to, be dealt with are:
'Receiving, of 'new reinstated
members. 2. Payment on the late
Huoert woodhouse. 3; Naming of
picnic committee for the 4th of
July.- 'i.,,,'.
Needy Widow
Wins $211,300 ;
In Football Pool
' ROME (UP) -1 Mrs' 'Marietta
Gheza, a 32-year-old needy wid
ows-won, $211,300 Sunday by be being
ing being the only person to pick cor
rectly the result of all 13 matches
in the Italian football pool week
ly contest.
Mrs. trheza. who lives with her
widowed 1 mother and supports an
eight-year-old ; daughter, hit the
jack pot with a 16 cent bet.
famed "Flying Squad" chased a
stolen Jaguar racing car through
the downtown London streets sun-
day night at 60 miles an hour
The police car rammed the
fleeing car iust outside the Bow
Stv police stations TJieivnoise of
the crasn,,prougn; om .more po
lice, who ran .down, the fleeing
driver' on Bow st.(,.. ...
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'(PA-C) A group of Canal Zone residents who spent-the recent Easter Holidays In Me- v
dellin and Boret, ColombU. They, are shown here ready to leave aboard flight of AVIAN- t
CA. oldest ,airUne in the Americas, This spe ciai Easter Tour was arranged by Mr. Carlos do
Janon, Marfarer of the TivoU Agency with the cooperation of Mr, Jorge Saavedra, Special re representative
presentative representative in Panama for AVIAfiCA. ' ..-.. : . ,

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Pinky, Joe and Hilda, mIio will entertain young
and old with their delightful comic acts.
'musical united nations. ,v. peaking 8 languages
and playing 9 different instruments! (
Tues Wed Thurs. at 10 p.m. in the
air-conditioned BELLA VISTA ROOM
(9 pjn. and 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday)

NO COVTK, NO MtSlMTM
CaU Mtitre i hotd S-K6I
for tab! rfrntirni

MISS AURORA PEARL LIM, whose engagement to Mr. Leon
Alvin Holloway has been announced.. Miss Lim is the daughter
t of Mr.' and Mrs. Alexander P. Lim of Colon. j J

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PUTS THE FINGER ON MODERN ART-Betsey, the chimp,
who has created quite a bit of talk in the art world for her
finger-paintings, starts a new "abstraction,':. Using a brush. One
of her previous works is seen in background. The seven-and-a-half-year-old
chimp lives at the Baltimore Municipal Zoo. .1 v

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: The GUTTEtJBERGS!

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Tl'ESDAT. APRIL 23, 1957

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RAfctjn OF FUNCadetS
Sammv Bertram loose in a
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. ., mil, mi, -i, i i..r. V..nii.Di w t v" 'W'" T-vtwtj"-w--, '-v'''-''

Jacts as the "broncho." .Boys' tugging provides me uu.-kuiB,

t Sammy's twin
L NJM. Ronnie Z.
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Supreme Court Sustains $2

Tax; Judgement Against Racincj Tycon

.WASHINGTON, 'April 23 (UP)
"LThe Supreme Court today let
stand, a two million dollar tax
judgment ( against William O.
Big Bill) -Lias,, 400-pound West
Virginia gambler and racing tar-
,l Cina brief order, the high court
' refused to xamine. Lias' appeal
from a tax-court ruling that he
arid his Wife owed, two million
dollars to the government in to to-come
come to-come tax deficiencies and pen-
- altles for the" Jrears 1942 to 1948,
Penalties alone amount to $725,-
68i.-. ': '' '' 1 '
Una, .a former nyner of the
1 "Wheeling Downs race trackt yas
' ordered deported: to Greece in
1955 on grounds that he did not
have proper documents when, he
- re-entered the United States af af-'
' af-' J ter a trip to Canada in 1943.
' He- has challenged Jhe ae ae-'
' ae-' portation order in a' federal
' ; court suit. He Contends he v)as
bom-in Wheeling, Wr Va.t and
t tjierejore an, American citi

" Meetlnif In "its "first sesston In
. t.wn wpks.'the hieh court also:
, Let stand an appeals court rul
ing that Eastern Air Lines -waj
liable for damages In a 1949
" Eastern airliner- crashriiere that
. toolc 55 lives. Individual Claims,
asainst Eastern may now oe sex
Denied Iteadnsfio' mdvle dl
rector Andrian Scott who sought
damages against RKO Radio pic pictures
tures pictures for -f irinr him after he re re-'.
'. re-'. t fused to answer questions in 1947
by the House committee on un-
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The boy with the barracks hag and the fcirl with the
vremicht se. It's the big happy look at the new-look
poeeetittie Armyt See Tab HUNTER and Natalie WOOD la
rTHK GIRL HB LEFT BEHIND" which OPENS TOMOR TOMOR-ROW
ROW TOMOR-ROW AT THE LCX - r'

jiflCADEMT --AWARD V VinilEQ

IXSCTAR VBLE eompanioru, Micbel Ray and his pet
ealf, "Gitano," grew torether and mart beart-storping
dramatie scenes ta "The Brare One,- RKO-CinemaScope-Techntrolor
screen elsie produced by the King Brothers.
"OSCAR" winner. Te the released at the Central Theatre,
MAT 1st. .

of St. John's Military School, SalinaVKan.; try.to shake Cowboy,
training session lor rodeo riding. A barrel suspended on four ropes

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They'are from ganta Fe, N.M. At left, rear. Is Fred Blair,' of Albuquerque,;
Eiatz. of Pueblo, Colo.,, is at right, front,, and behind him is Roy Cox of Denver. )

American Activities.' "ScbtV one
nf t.h nrielnal "Hollywood Ten,"
served about 10 months for ..con
tempt 6f Congress.
Rvpi-sed. 9 to 3. and sent back
for further proceedings a lower
court rulinsr thav tne Aiiegnany
Corp, Is ,subect to the, jurisdic jurisdiction
tion jurisdiction of the Securities & Ex Exchange
change Exchange Commission, not the In Interstate
terstate Interstate Commerce Commission.
The firm, headed by railroad
magnate- Robert R. young, re received
ceived received Demission from -the ICC
in 1955 for a bitterly contested
stop.lt transfer A SDecial tnree-
judge cd-j in New York vacated
the iccrwder, ruling tnat tne
company was subject to the rules
pf the SEC. The high court ruled
tne nrm was suwect to tne iw,
Refused i to review a .taw
.Aeronautics Board order put putting
ting putting out of business fournon-
.- scheduled airline companies
. known as the "North American
Combine.". The companies now
have 45 days to wind up their
atlalrs. '.' -.'
Threw out a Challenge by
Schenley Distillers, Inc., and Jo
seph S. Finch & Co. to the iea
eral law' which requires the pay
ment of a $10.50 a gallon tax the
rtav- whiskr-ls : elEht years old.
The high court .left standing a
ruling by a three-judge federal
court m JfittSDurgn lasi vciooer.
Refused to reconsider ; its
Iitorch 11 ruling ordering the
United Auto Workers to stand
trial on charges of violating the
Taft-Hartley's ban on election electioneering
eering electioneering with general union funds.
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While House Easier
Egg Roll Scmewh:!
Flat Vilhoiil Prcxy
WASHINGTON April 23 ftTPl-
The White House Easter egg, roll
fell a little flat vsyesterday Da-
cause President Eisenhower was
rolling golf balls' at Augusta, Ga.
The absence of the host was the
only visible reason wny the tridi tridi-tionalf
tionalf tridi-tionalf Easter Monday Outing at
tracted a
smaller crowd ; than
usual".' w .,,
It was otherwise a fine day for
rolling, tossing, crushing, stomp stomping
ing stomping and even Hating eggs on the
sloping south lawn of the executive
mansion. ,. ,!'
Police clocked 13,115 children
and parents through the gates.
Last vear. with the President as
an added drawing card. 19.027 egg
rollers turned out,
White House gardener Robert
Redmond figured it was the "light
est year yef'as far, as damage
to his carefully kept grounds was
concerned. He figured that extra
trash baskets plus the smaller size
of the crowd helped reduce the
debris- and left fewer jelly beans
and- egg mashed into the lawn,
Only thrde childrettwere reported
lost during the afternoon, compared
with, some 40 last vyear.1 The Red
uross iirst aid station treated oni,
16 youngsters for cuts and scrat
ches compared with last year's 60
cases. ; ; --L
' It was obvious that soma of the
kids weren't even trvine.
Many oi toaay s .. visitors ; were
tourists whose main: intert st was
in getting close-up photographs of
the White House.- Thev usually de
parted after a brief stroll around
the grounds.
' The chief attraction 1 for press
photographers were the four child children
ren children of Mrs Fred iJohansea .of
Fairland, Md.j who came dressed
as Peter, Jtiopsie, Mopsi ana
Cottontail.
"Simulate egg rolling
amao told one-year-old
' a earner-
Fred Jr
who, was simulating Peter Rabbit.
Young Fred didnt understand.
"Hit the nice men with an egg,"
coaxed his mother, who was try trying
ing trying to be helpful I
- The first person throueh the
gates, as he has been at the last
three egg rolls, was 11-year-old
Penn Glazier of Wheaton, Md.
"It's disappointing that the Presi President
dent President won't be here today," said
Penn, "but I'm really ..an inde independent.",
pendent.", independent.", i
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Mrji rfttdlt mrfio&i tMtfs.
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Janitor Confesses

Kept List Of. Prospective Victims

CHICAGO, April 22 UP) All

University-of Uiicago janitor. wnosne -was aeaa uum w uic

Vent i list of nrosnective victims..
today i confessed raping and
strangling one woman and attack attacking
ing attacking four others in : a series of
whisky-marijuana binges.
The janitor, George Sims, 29,
tn d nnlirp "I ; couldn't control
myself when i sa w a pretty gin :
after drinking whisky and
smoking reefers.'
Sims kept a "future book"
listing the names of 18 women
employed or associated with the
university: police said. Three of
them be confessed raDine. police
said, and indicated he planned to
get to the others later.
1 "On The Prewl"
Sims, a Neero. had been com
bining liquor and marijuana' for
two hours when he was arrested
neai, the university's south sme
campus late yesterday. He told
ponce he was "on the prowl for
another woman.
After 18 hours of auestionini.
Sims signed a confession that he
strangled and raped Mrs. Jeannie
Johnson. 62. when she caueht him
burglarizing her apartment last
Apnl 2. -i
He also confessed the recent
rapes of three younger women,
pouct; said, and admitted he
made an unsuccessful rape at
tempt, April 13 against Beatrice
Mintz, 36. au associate professor
of biological sciences at the
university. r 1
His other rape victims were
also associated .with the univer university,
sity, university, police said, but Mrs. Johnson
was not, .'
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Sims led police in a 1' enact
ment of Mrs. Johnson's murder at
her ? apartment. He told how he
srabbed her. stranded her with
a rope, beat her head against the
floor, and
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names of three rape -victims
datine back- to Dec. 1, in his
room. A length of rope, apparent
lv used for the murder, and 'a
bottle of ether to suooue- victims
were found in Sims' locker at the
university's Stagg Field; police
said, ,
A11 four attack victims Identi
fied Sims and police planned to
Question him about 20 other
rapes, burglaries and robberies,
Legion Chief
Opposes Aid
To Poland
WASHINGTON. April 23 (UP-
Dan Daniel, national commander
of the American Legion, said to today
day today the Legion is opposed to U.S.
aid to Communist Poland "so long
as the Kremlin pulls the strings0
in that country.
Daniel made the statement in a
letter to Rogers Kelley, chairman
of the Legion s National f oreign
Relations Commission. The United
States plans to give Poland 75 mil million
lion million dollars worth of surplus food,
farm machinery and econom
ic aid.-"
Daniel said the Legion has
sunn ,rteT efforts to provide food
and clothing and other direct
relief for impoverished millions
behind the Iron Curtain. gut he
said the United States should not
arant onvprnmeflt aid "which Can
and will be diverted to support the
Russian economy and strengtnen
it's1- agricultural-industrial ; ;war,
Lesion should
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dominated Communist-dominated countries so long. : as
the1 Kremlin pulls tne strings m
Poland, Hungary and every other
country ,behind the Iron Curtain
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Opens To Enthusiastic Audience

SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico. -April
23 (UP) An enthusiastic audi audience
ence audience gave a rousing Ovation last
night to the opening concert ot ine
San Juan rMusio Festival honoring
its stricken conductor, Pablo ; Ca
nals
The conductor's stand remained
vacant as attribute to the 80-year-old
Casals, regarded as the world's
foremost cnllist. who suffered a
heart attack last Tuesday ounng
rehearsals .for the three-week fes-
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Some 2,200 persons jamhied into
the University 01 Puerto Kico i ne neater
ater neater for the opening numbers by
the-55-man festival orchestra com comprising
prising comprising some of the finest players
in tho TTnited States. '
'Violinist Alexander Schneider led
the orchestra from the concert,
master's chair through works of
Bach, Mozart and Schubert.
The biggest ovatioh went to'pian
ist Rudolf Serkln for his" impec
cable performance of Mozart s p
Minor Concerto. "'
c.aM. and Mrs.' Luis Muftoz Ma
rin and the entire Puerto Ricart ca

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pressed expressed the hope of the musicians
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i..iin'i : trinle crown winner
connected for his first homeT of
the season last night as the New
York Yankees crusnea we
Washington Senators. 15-6. with
j n linntlo'c hlnilt
came off southpaw Chuck
StsobbS. who held Mickey to three
singles In 27 official times at bat
Jafrt season.
; JfKK 'rnhnirirttftt Redlees. mean
while.: finallv-scored their first
victory of 1957 when they de defeated
feated defeated the St. Louis Cardinals,
10-4. The Redlegs, who tied the
major league record or bi Burn Burners
ers Burners (last season, didn't connect
for a single roundtripper last
night, but they had 14 hits and
took advantage of six errors. In
addition, they beat Wilmer (Vin (Vinegar
egar (Vinegar Bend) Mizell. who topped
them no fewer than five times
laetr year,
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kees Yankees a 2-0 third-inning lead and
the world champions wrapped up
their fourth win In five games
with a seven-run outburst in
the sixth which was featured by
Hank Bauer a grand slam and a
tnpie steal with Billy Martin on
the scoring end. Bauer's four four-run
run four-run roundtripper was the second
of his career. Whltey Ford yield yielded
ed yielded two runs In seven innings be before!
fore! before! retiring and picked up his
second straight victory over the
Senators.
Ed Bailey and Johnny Temple
had, three hits each to pace the
Redlegs' attack which exceeded
the Iran production of their four
previous losses Tom Acker, third
of; four Cincinnati pitchers,
gained credit, for the -win Al Although
though Although Raul Sanchez finished
up. ; Stan-Muslal collected four
hug. for .the Cardinals for the
leptma time in five fames. ?
The ti flirt t e n Milwaukee
Brfbea ran their winning streak
to live games with a 9-4 victory
over uie i;aicago cuds: me
Brooklyn Dodgers downed the
Philadelphia Phillies,' 5-1. and
Willie Mays' three-run homer
gave the New York Giants a 3-1
winioverthe Pittsburgh Pirates
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Win 10-6 at lxpense

Jinx
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23 (UP) The man' and the
top slugging neroics uijvom
last today at,the expense
in the other National .League
names. The Kansas City Athlet-
les topped the Detroit Tigers,
11-7, and the Baltimore Orioles
scored a 75 decision. rover the
Boston Red Soxi in the other
American League games;. ;
Hank Aaron ana" Joe Ad
cock hit homers and Bill Bru Bru-ton
ton Bru-ton had three hits to lead a 10 10-hit
hit 10-hit Milwaukee attack that
paved the way for Bob Buhl's
first win. Three Cub errors
made as many Milwaukee runs
unearned as Bob Rush,ia 13 13-game
game 13-game loinner in 195&r suffered
his second straight setback of
1957.
The .Dodgers. opening their
seven-game schedule in- Jersey
City, also profited from vthree
unearned runs as they won their
fifth decision In six games, Rog Roger
er Roger Craig picked jur the triumph
although Clem Labine retired
the last five tatters. Ex-Giant
Jim Hearn was, the victim of
Philadelphia's loose, .support.
Ruben Gomez, who didn't win
his second game until May 25
last season, made it two straight
this year with a neat six-hitter
marred only by Hank Polles'
pop-fly homer. .Mays'' homer
came off Lais Arroyo in the
third inning and gave the Giant
center-fielder three for the
young campaign -;'."'''
The Athletics blew an early
four -run lead but rallied for
four runs in the ninth on onto
two hits ior their third win in
six games. Harry Simpson and
Lou Skizas homered for' Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City while Bill Tattle
knocked in five Detroit runs
with a three-run homer and
two sacrifice flies, x :
Plnctf-hitte Bob Hale'ajlf th thinning
inning thinning sacrifice fly and Willie
Miranda's, "utf-scbrlng single in
the : seventh' gave the "Orioles
their victory margin over Bos Boston's.
ton's. Boston's. Tonv Brewer; who entered
the game with a perfect 5-0 slate
against Baltimore for his career.
Mike Fornieles, Who turned In
2 2-3 hltless innings of relief. I
gained credit for the victory. I
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Fastlich
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OCELOTS
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WIN second; half
T PIyofft ttar tomorrow j
The Ocelots defeated the Palo Palomas
mas Palomas by an eight to five score to
win the second half and will now
meet the Palomas, winner of the
first half, in a "two out of three'
series with the first game schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for 4:30 D.m. Wednesday after
noon at the 1'astlich Teenage Park.
i.The second game wiU be played
on Friday and if a third game is
necessary' it will be piayea on Mon
day.' All of the series games will
be Dlaved at the home park of the
Fastlich Teenage League, Fastlich
Teenage Park on Gaillard Hignway
the time will be four thirty i
The Ocelots went into the seventh
inning with t comfortable -eight to
one lead but Paiak. Palomas third
sacker, almost put the Palomas
back into the running when he con connected
nected connected with one of Vaughn's fast
balls and put it out of thepark with
the bases loaded,
Vaughn took the moiind for the
Ocelots and had the game under
control at all tunes except in the
sixth and seventh, when be temper
arily lost control but came back
strong to get the last two batters on
strikes to end the game.
Kline; Palomas starter was lift
ed for Garcia after having worked
inree ana a nail innings.
The Ocelots scored .four in the
ihiiJ when French walked, Eng-
iexe singiea. Ammirau walked. J.
Morris singled and Price singled:
three in the fourth on two walks,
a double by J. Morris and a single
by Waughn and one in the sixth
on a triple by Ammirati., i
The- Palomas scored one in the
fifth without a hit on two walks and
two hit batters' and four in the sev-
entn on a aouoie dv Katngaber. a
single by Garcia, a walk and a
home run by, Pajak and a single
by Sander.
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The public is cordially Invited
to attend the series games to be
played "by the Ocelots and Palo Palomas,
mas, Palomas, beginning Wednesday, An en
thusiastic 'crowd watched these
two teamr in action and splendid
ball was played by the contenders.
' Baseball fans are promised some
t i ; ill
xasi action, iuck incus ana Keen
competition- when the first 'and
second half champs tangle in their
private tournament for top honors,
for the 195T season. There is, no
charge ior these games and the
time is four thirty on scheduled
days.

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Cisco Seals, seems to be kicking Ump John Nenezich in the
rumble seat, but that'? only the camera angle. Gordon was
left' to beef on his own; When rthe ump. headed for ; the out outfield
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For Cerveceria
Tn fit -final nt 4ti a .(LWimnn m
Golf Tournament at the Gamboa
Golf Club come Sunday, It will be
Jfearl Trim .against the defending
champion and this year's medalist,
Katie Call. .V'i----.-.-,' "ri-
Katie defeated Ethel Perantie 3 3-in
in 3-in their semi-final match last
week. Katie was three up at thi
turni'and although. Ethel rallied on
the back .nine, she could not over overcome
come overcome such a lead against Katie's
steadieiv.plajr..;!4' w t i;n,M
The margin ol victory m xne
Pearl Trim Ruth Lincoln match
was also 3-1 Pearl played well,
while Ruth was not up to the form
she displayed last week, when, beat beating
ing beating Connie Bishop. --.m 1
. Katie and Pearl should have an
Interesting match for the title,, and
there is evidence that there ..will
b plenty v. of gamesmanship y on
both sides. Pearl is threatening to
bring out her grandchildren, and
Katie is making sure that Pearl
hears all about the flashy 75 she
posted at Panama Golf Club 'last
Saturday . : -j i
In the. first flight Bobbie Hughes
meets Irene Robinson in the finals.
Bobbie played a really-; excellent
game in downing Marj SeweU 5-3.
Irene defeated Laroi reranue a-s
in a matcn during wwen nejmer
. i tii
player was up to her usual game.
i l till was VJUjr V"w m m v v v
tournament thoueh. and with a lit
tle more experience she will cert
ainly be a contender in tne luture.
Incidentally. a mistake was made
in reporting the results of qarol s
match! last week 'against Marj
Classen., In that hard tougnt con
test Carol had "U shoot an 88 to
win over Marj 2-1 (not 3-2 as Stat
ed parlieri. Please excuse.
In the second fiignt vee ajiuu
submarined- Bev Pjlver 5-4 and in
the finals will pi ay tve wngni.
who won over Dottie LaCroix 3-1.
Third Flieht: LaNelle Logan sur
prised Peggy Monatnye 4-2, aid
meets Jean Morris, who defeated
Louise Johnson 3-1 -
Fourth Flight: Rose rhUtt won
over Betty Hennon 5-3, while Han
nah Clark toox aticxey rorsn
Fifth Flight: Virginia Hollowell
defeated Zei Batchelor 2-1, and
Gladys Wiley : won over ui vavia vavia-son
son vavia-son 2 up., ;
Here are the -starting times for
all final matches to be played on
Sunday, April 28.
9 a.m. Virginia Houoweu vs.
Gladya Wileyi v i
9:10 Rose Phifer Vs. Hannah
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9:20 LaNell Logan vi. Jean
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9:40 Bobbie Hughes vs.- Irene
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The public is cordially invited to
come out to the Gamboa Golf Club
for the festivities on Sunday There
is a special invitation for all those
who played in the tournament this
year. Bring along your field glass glasses
es glasses and you can followthe play with
out even having to leave the club
Cerveceria, 1 S. A., sponsors of the
tournament,- will be-hosts at the
awards party following completion
of play; There will 1 be plenty of
that good Cerveza Balboa, cock cocktails,
tails, cocktails, and a buffet luncheon. All
this and eolf too. ft i '..'
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Dies Of Burns
ST. PETERSBURG. Fla..Aprll
23(UP) -Retired basebau scout
John C. Nee whose discoveries
included New York Yankee
greats Bill Dickey and tTommy
Henrichw was fatally burned yes yesterday
terday yesterday when his bed clothing
caueht fire. Hd was 67.
The veteran scout spent 19
vears looking for talent for the
Yankees. Previously, he played
minor league ball with Spring
field. Mo.. St. Paul. Minn., ana
Dayton, O -He was a native of
Thayer. Mo., and was graduated
from the University ol Missouri.
Among the stars discovered by
Nee who never played major
league baseball himself, were
Spud Chandler, Atley Donald,
Marvin Breuer, Ben Chapman,
Dixie Walker, Clyde McCullough,
and Bill werber.
Firemen were fummoned Just
after midnight to Nee's home by
his daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Par Parker.
ker. Parker. They. found him oncon
scious, his clothes burned off
and 80 per cent of his body cov covered
ered covered by first., second, and third
degree burns. Authorities believ
ed a cigarette was responsible.
Sports Briefs
. NEW YORK. April (UPl I
oenerace Armstrono: of Linden.
NJ used his greater exnerience
to good advantage last night in
gaining a majority six-round de
cision over Young Andv Figaro
oi ruerto kico at .St. Nicholas
Arena. -
Armstronar. who scaled 154
pounds to Figaro's 150. Trrrn
the vote of -the referee aad one
Judge, while the third officiaJ
voted for Figaro,. - 5
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! NEW YORK, April 23 (UP)
The Toronto Maple Leaf
appear today Uf have- found
an. able replacement for 24 24-game
game 24-game winner Lynn Lovenguth in
Humbarto Robinson. j
' Robinson, a 25-y e a r-old
righthander, scattered 10 hits
Monday as his teammates de defeated
feated defeated Havana, 5-L In his on-
ly ether appearance of the sea-''
son, the slim slx-footar pitch pitched
ed pitched six scoreless Innings of re relief
lief relief against Miami. The victo victory
ry victory their -second against two two-losses,
losses, two-losses, enabled the Leafs to
move into fourth, place in the
International League.
The Montreal Royals scored
twice in the ninth inning .for
a comeback. 8-7 triumph over
league-leading Miami. Bob
Faust, who is trying to make
the big. jump from Pueblo of
the Class A Western League,
picked up his first decision in
reliaf. Hank Bolinda suffered
the loss for .Miami. 'h j
In the only other game, Jim
Coates won his secon straight
route-going; effort as he led the
Richmond Virginians to a 9-3
conquest of Buffalo.
Rochester and Columbus were
not scheduled. ,
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Michigan State's
Willie Allerberry
Joins Track Great
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP) Michi
gan State loomed a little larger
in track heavens today with
freshman Willie Atterberrv the
brightest star amid the galazy of
cinder greats.'
Unknown, unheralded and un unconcerned
concerned unconcerned before Saturday's 15th
annual Ohio Relays here. : Atter-
berry. chopped off seven-tenths of
a second from, the world mark for
the 600 yard) run. He grabbed
first place in the 300-yard to
leave the meet one of two double
winners. '
Atterberry's 1:084 edged the
old mark set by Ben Eastman of
Maniora in 1333.
. Only other two time winner of
the meet sponsored by Ohio
State University was Ted Wheeler
from ,J the Chicago Track s Club
Wheeler r an Olympic 1,500- meter
entry, won tne mue in :ob.s ana
hta. '.000-yard run in. i:"3.8, I
Marlerie B." Hagicie V
Adds Lawfon Open ;
To Victory List
LAWTON, i Okla, (UP) Mariene
Bauer Haeeel last year's ton mon
ey winner Von the ladies profes professional
sional professional golf circuit, continued her
current tour today with a second
tournament victory to her, credit,
the $5,000 Lawton Open. i
' Mrs., Hagge,' a Del Ray Beach,
Fla.. product playing out of Dal Dallas,.
las,. Dallas,. Tex.,' won the $880 first prize
Sunday with an uncomplimentary
38-3674, two ever par and poor poorest
est poorest score of the top four finishers.
However, earlier rounds of 70 and
72 gave her a 54 hole total, of
216, three atrokes better-than her
nearest 'opponent.
i Betsy Rawls finished second
lith a pair of 35s for a total of
219 and $619 in prize money. Tied
for third at 220 were Ruth Jessen,
whoso 69 was the best score of
the day, and Wiffi, Smith, winner
of the Dallas Open. They received
$484. each. --.;.
Expert Rifleman
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Medal Awarded to ;
Rosalie Ann Radel
WASHINGTON. D.C. The Ex
nert Riflemr ..MedaL second high
est award jn American Junior
shooting has been won by Rosalie
Ann RadeL ace 19. GaHuw Canal
Zone the National Rifle Association
announced here today. :
Shooting several hundred targeu
in the last few months the new ex
pert marksman fired her way
through 13 lower NRA qualifica
tions to achieve his new hign ri ri-inf
inf ri-inf With one I or set of tareeU
to fire the new expert will up his
rating to Distinguished Kmeroan,
the select top rating for the junior
shorten of the nition.
The new Junior expert attends
Cristobal High School and is s
member of the Cristobal Junior
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' TODAY'S GAMES V
Pittsburgh at New York
Chicago at Milwaukee
Cincinnati at St. Louis (N)
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YESTF.RTVS i-ovanma
Chicago 100 002 0104 7
Milwaukee 310 500 OOx o in
sauan (U-Z). Pohn klrw T m
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Brooklyn. 000 021 02x 5 10 n
earn l013' Meyer, Farrell
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Craie (l-o) Lnhin onrf
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Pittsburgh 000 010 000X1 5 0
New York 003 000 OOx 3 0
Arroyo (0-2), Hail v,n.
Face. and Foiles. 7
Gomez v (2-0) .r Tiff "Vj Ttrgacif rum .1
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Cincinnati 044 100 01010 u n
St. Louis 010120 011 u n
Nuxhall. Lawrpnr t
(5) Sanchez IS) and naiipv mi.
zell, McDaniel (3), Davis (4),
Bchmldt (5), Merritt (6), R. G.
What
In order to share with nnr
readers some of the excite excitement
ment excitement i' we usually experience
from reading copy submitted
by our faithful volunteer Co Colon
lon Colon correspondent Francisco VI
llamil, we ar printing the fol
lowing; just as U was received,
iruin a: energetic .voson,..
"sports enthusiast, organizer,,,
civic leader and well-known
, member of the community."
After gettlnf duly enthused
over prospect of an encounter
between two "fabulous" teams,
whlth we. never knew, existed,
we carefully searched the copy
but somehow failed to find out
whether the "grand event" and
"top bracket sports spectacle".
referred to by Mr. ViHamil
.would bo a grueling game of
galloping dominoes or a te tedious
dious tedious tilt of tiddley-winks, and
whether the participants would
be male or female. .-
, we are hoping our readers
will be abU to throw some light
on the situation, Sports Ed.
"THE MOCAMBO CLTIB of the"
Atlantic Side has completed the
final arrangements to nresent
the fabulous teams of PANAMA
& COLON in the Municipal Sta
dium at nth St. and Santa isa
bel Avenue on Sunday. April 28,
1957. commencing at 10 o'clock
In the morning. The proceeds of
this game will be for the bene benefit
fit benefit of the urgently needed MED MEDICAL
ICAL MEDICAL CLINIC OF THE NATION
AL GUARD OP THE ATLANTIC
SECTOR which is' headed by
Major pastor Ramos Jr., and is
for the use of their families, de dependents
pendents dependents and for any emergency
civilian case that may need lm-
Latin American v
Schools Soccer ;
MatchSaturdayi;
Soccer-playing students of the
Latin American Schools at Fort
Gulick.and Albrook Field will
meet Thursday at 1. pJn. for the
second of -a three-game soccer
series. j
The game win be played at
Fort Qulick.!'
The first came of the scries,
played at -Albrook Field before
1500 spectators, was won by stu students
dents students from the Army School at
Gulicfc, one goal to zero for the
students of the UB. Air Force
School at Albrook.
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Cleveland at Chicago
Kansas City at Detroit
New York at Washington ?
Baltimore at Boston 1V, ; r
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS'
Baltimore ; 010 410 1007 13 ft
Boston 000 410 0005 7 0
Moore, Zuverink, Beamon, For Fornieles
nieles Fornieles (l-o) and Ginsberg. :
r "(i-i). K em merer,.
Springs and White. , ,
K. Cityv,'
032 001 014 11 14
1U4 nil nno n ;
u.n .1 : :
, wiujLwrmoii, uorman, portoca portoca-rrero
rrero portoca-rrero (1-0) and Thompson.
jFoytack, Maas, Bunning U-l),
Wojey and Wilsoa
- (Night Game)
New York, 011 117 03115 1 2
Wash. : 000 000 231 6 11 2
-Ford (2-0); shantz, Clcotte and
Berra.
Stobbs X0-2);Brodowskl, Schif.s
flett, Clevenger and Fitzgerald.
Cleveland at Chicago
(Postponed, rain).
Smith (&) and Coorer. WP: Ack
er (1-0). LP' Mizell (0-1). KR'i:
Moon, Boyer, Cooper.
Is It?
mediate attention. This ii hut

one of the many activities that n ;?

vuwuui tucuiuers o 1X1 e MO-
cambo Club are planning for this fi
yeai; to help in every way pos&l
hi all fhn xhnrlt.kl.

, - m,7 ilia LJtijU
tlons of. the province. The gener general
al general pubic is cordially invited to 4
attend thifl grand events -and by; 1
doing so," automatically will be
enjoying a. top-bracket V sports.

Br4TT MMaa4-w. ..

caused', ,w ,vv S I ,f..-.

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CUM CLUB;
- CRISTOBAL
Shotgunners a comnlishpil -ki

regular Wednesday mission with k

normal noise out damaged few
birds on April 17 at the Cristobal
Gun Club, only four j shooters a f
chieving totals that bear report. (
William Brtndl's operations from f
the 25-yara mark were far the the-bet,
bet, the-bet, and produced an excellent
T p tally of 23. :. r
Skeeters were handicapped by
targets in direct line with the sun,:
but missed plenty f6r unaccounted
reasons, and Tom Sellers' 24, -"Shorty"
Schexnayder's 22, 3)andi
Joe Kueter's 20 complete the roster i
of respectables. k. a.
Following consuttationi with tha 1

oracles of the leather cup, Mr. Har
vey Smith; club president, geneN'f
ously provided consolation prizes,
whicn -were distributed with th
gracious assistance of Leo and ap ap-propriate
propriate ap-propriate remarks. . 1

Observers here D t e d 1 1 1 that

Brandl will take the cud at the:

Captain C. W. Stewart Memorial'1

25-vard Handicao Tran Shoot tn h ;
held at 10:30 a.m.; Sunday, May 5,
unless the Pacific side- group in-
troduces some competition of high-
est order. Two btervening Wednet
day afternoon shoots offer opportu-75
mty for practice, and all interested
shotgunners are certain of wel- ;
Come. .. : .
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On The Alleys: V;
PWCA Tawmament at
Port Amader April 27
The iflulir monthly PW6A
tewrnamanf will be held at the
Fert Amador Golf Cluo on Sa
wrday, April 27. Wa hear that the
Amador represent ativ ha real
ly found mim terrific prizes, ae
all members had better sharpen
up their fame and ceme en eut.'
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, TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1957
AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Trainer High

On Dbld Ruler
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NEW YORK fUPl Sunnv Jim

(Titzsimmons, dean of American

race horse trainers. Is so hieh on

the Kentucky Derby chances of

uiB Bum nifiec ue is uinnninj; ao
see his first rose run in 15 years.

ine 82-year-ola Mr. Jeitz re

vealed today 4 he will ship Bold
Ruler, to Churchill Downs either

today or tomorrow and will fol

low the Wheatley, colt ; to j, Louis Louisville
ville Louisville on Sunday.
Mr. Fitz, who doesn't like to
travel,! said he wants to be around

to supervise all of Bold Ruler's
workouts leading up to the Derby

on May.4 in which the winner of

last Saturday s Wood Memorial in
track record time will hook up
with the Calumet Farm's danger

ous pair or (Jen. Duke and Iron

liege. v
Bold Ruler displayed a lot of

courage in winning the Wood in

the record time of 1:48.8 for

mile and one-eighth.
With Eddie Arcaro up. Bold

Ruler led from the starts but
gave way to Gallant Man on the
final bend.- However, with Arcaro
whipping him steadily, Bold Ruler
fought back; to nip -Gallant Han

at the wire. t. z 'm

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pended

The Giants" Horace Stoneham may have his f"'- "?
who hasn't?. . but no one can say that in a crisis he doesn t
mVswiftly; boldly and imaginatively I"
' itast; year' Ijis club -finished sixth. Except for a iew days days-In
In days-In early' May it was never out' of the 'second vision For a
spell lfe was dead last, fit got so 5000 was big .crowd at the
01 KrP ?asndWainly:, only one' Wink' to' do. -et som jjw ;
, ballplayers. Mr. Stoneham didn't fair the customers. True,
Haakosnue-fWt tflcstcUTTie.' beinrff or so-zbut he i Jiewto
the Giants. Besides, He didn't cost any money. -He waa free
agentnsThiS'ia ar baseball euphemism itor man-outrOf-worK.K'
. Anothet new Giant is an old Giant.1 A 'year ago Whitey
Lockman was considererf'iexpendable and was traded. Now he
Is back and tne manager says: "He, gives ns1 the outfield insurr j
ancie need."-, v' i

Mr. Stoneham waltefl. until a Tew nours neioro tne wniuj
pitch to rop his blocknster, a deal with the Cubs W nich
he acquired Ray Jablonskl and Ray.Katt.' Jablonsni hit 56
last year; h plays third base by earl W he's rled a gkv bt
the ball still gets way from .:iy,i,il
- 'VKatt also a nWld Giant :: OrigirAlly,toedeaat
he would outhit the venerable Wes Westrunv -and 'take verbis

sibm; tnat katrmigth have fad a more. Uprifymg challenge
' Kt tlsmlTsed entirely. Even s0, he couldn't make it.

ln.ithepnly year ne piayea m more wi aw

' J'li 3- ."" cinkom1. y,nifii f i-cMrlnor riemonstrated

. disappointment and adding rejects from other clubs may mi
somewhat short of a dynamic program, but pleas keep in mind
neitherfjayne Mansfield nor our Dream. Track was built in a
d&ycL T v' 'h -' M
' rThe Giants do have's few gifted pros.- Red JSchoendienst,
iivhisiWthr season, can still make most of the play around
second. Johnny Antonelll is an. authentic 20-gamer although
,he started unimpressively against the Pirates. i
.And, of course, there Is Willie Mays, whose credentials are
up. for reexamination following a season Which for him was

very 'Ordinary. Mays, came into the sport so rapturously ac

claimed that mere greatness is not suinctent; ne must give
it the super touch. Let's compare his work over the last three

Misgivings on Mays

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13
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HR RBI Aver.
, 41 IIS .345
v 51 h;127 ti .31

years:

'.VH O AB R H EB

1954 y. 151 565 119 195 33

1955 152 .-' 58i 123 185 r 18

1958 V L15X i 578 11 171 27

..In '54 ho led the leacue In hlttine and waa vaiA th Most

Valuable Player, awara. in '55he led in home runs and though

his. average declined his aggregate periormance was on tne
superior ide Theer was certainly no reason la entertain anv

misgivings about him. Last year there was.

A dozen nlayers topped Mays in rbis. Stan Musial. of the

Cards, led him by 25. Onhr In stolen bases was he a pace set

ter. Is there any need lor. the Giants to be concerned? -

, ' The Big Switch . J.;.! '. .?

HamdgeRulirig

On Sirs

Game Expected

CHICAGO (UP) American
League President Will Harridge
promises to dig up an answer to today
day today to baseball! biggest riddle so

tar in i57 what happens, when
the lights go out? .'
- Everybody swas left in the dark
at Washington's f .Griffith Stadium

aunaay whesu a short. circuit nw

vented eicht- aro-lieht tower from

functioning: The incident occurred

when umpires ordered, the lights
turned on at. the fld..-of .fiva in!,
nings of th- second -game of a

Senrtors Baltimora Orioles' twin
bill, withjithe Senators ileadinj.

3-1. C,'-..:,V ;r..i,.,!

The umpires waited an -hour

and. when nobody could fui;th;

lights, called the game., But what

happens now? is the gams to

ished or isn t it?, j v i ? t H U t

Umpires Joe P a p a r ell i, Ed
Hurley, .Ed Runge and Frank
Umont admit the don't know.
They said this was the first time
such an incident has occurred.

There doesn t seem to be 'anv

thing in the rules that covers it

and there is no such thine as a

"suspended game" in the. Ameri

can League. ... ;.;.. '
. Harridge,. at his office here,
said, "We doart want to make

any official statement until we

get the full fact; of exactly what

happened and what made the

ughu so out. However, we expect

to nave decision-, ready today.

As far as Charley Dreiwn. the

outspoken manager of the Sena

tors, is concerned, he thinks "the

game is official and his Senators

should be credited with a 2-1 .vie

iOry, t t-r.s T

But manager. Paul Richards of

the Onoles said he will request
the game be resumed "at the
point of interruption."

Kicharaa claimed that to give

uie aenaiors a victory Because oi
a light failure in their, own ball

park would "establish a danger dangerous
ous dangerous precedent." -"I'm
not saying this was delib

erate on the prt of Washington

officials." said v Richards. "I'm

merely pointing out the dangers
such a decision would involve in

the future." -;.

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ONERUn:FOR"THE SENATORU?Rpf VieverVot 'the'lSen is safe at hoon' jfm".

mon'r sacrifice fly 'in the foUrth'Wrartg iOf the season's-openei between Baltimore and Wash Wash-ington
ington Wash-ington la Washington.1 Behind etevers :is Oriole .pitcher "Skinny- Brown, who covered the olate.
after the ball. got awa from catcher, Gus Triandos. Watching Dlay;ls Washington catcher
Clint Courtney : (14). The, framei- which -wenV 11 Innings"; was won Jjy Baltimore, 7-e -; ; v

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Podres Good As Ever

Despite Aching Back

ijiy OSCAR FRAllYt'.f

NEW YORK (UP)-r-A nair of

2-0 shutouts separated by 19

nerve- i wracking months haomiv

answered several questions today

tor iue-oauuig j ohnny i'oarei.
Go back to October- of 1955 and
you'll recall it was podres who
gave Brooklyn its Just, .world
championship with a 2-0 final

game World Series win over the

WeV' York Yankees.j Then it was
into tho Navy for Johnny and
questions, 'arose, as to whether he

was a tiash ui the pan ana wheth

er a bad back might keep him
from regaining i th crest ho
breasted: soi briefly 1
But Johnny answered all those
questions Saturday as, in his first

start since taming the Yankees
thuse- many mdnths ago. he re

turned exactly as,,h left; with; 8
2-0 victory ."Over? thl; Plttsburjin

rirates ; ; v

J ' 1 :.

ryptUrvtslA- Break

It' was' a vastly relieved young

man, ignoring v the' iache: ini his

annriuc oacs, wno, ceieoraiea ps
welcome home winl ; V
, "Sure, the back .hurts,,, he

grinned. ; "But I've- had to learn
to live with that.. It's the worry
of : waiting and wondering '. that

Dotnerea me more. ;r
Certainly th. "hard luck kid"

deserves a fw breaks at last. He
has,' at 24, cleared such obstacles,
as. a .bad,, back: sore arm, emer emergency
gency emergency appendectomy ana a serv

ice hitch which stopped him again
just as he was hitting the heights,;

. ;. Evidence Of Greatness

BROOKLYN fUPJ Four

oiiiLucs were laxen Sunday in the
right- index finger of Pittsburgh
Pirates outfielder, Lee Walls as
result tif 4 an accident Saturday
with umpire Tom Gorman, The

v uiu jjbjt, mcKea wans linger

uic yuuimuer. sua, past, mm in into
to into third base. r l :
. MOSCOW (UP) Th' tir fnr.

ward on the Soviet All-Upion soc soccer,
cer, soccer, team? which. won the Olympic
title hss been suspended for three
games, fOI COnduct "innnmnHhU

when he. overpowered the .Pirate,. KlyA.t

- uuctwvv watt SCi
down for .punching an opponent in

, nuBBiHiK league .game in Odessa

on -pru jli.

'SPARTANSBURG. S.C. (UP)-

m i, CMnui xvuuerts oi v xiay
tons Bcach, Fla.; wUl be leeking
his fourth' straight win on the
NASCAR, Grand National riromt

-DURHAM." Nl.fUP) Boston

its marathon and the.Olympiv eX-u ,r- S

hgames its torch bearing runners ijt.-Jin Ji '"r T
Snd"Duk AIniversity sophonwrei?lWn r: ?;

home '"with" his final- eamertri

umph." One year' later wheiT'the'

same two teams met in the Se Series,
ries, Series, Johnny was in a iiaval hos hospital,
pital, hospital, .-! f
So the questions were there as
ho came back this spring. But as

far as Johnny, and. the .Dodgers
ere. jcoricerneff, they all' were .an

swered in his first start Saturday

Duke U, Sophomore
Dribbles Baskelball

Sports-Briefs

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You ")iear he missed Leo Durocher. his loudest (natch!)

booster, Conversely, that ht resented Bill Rigney's laudatory

eumaiej or nc newcomer, jacxie aranai. utt nope not, for
pampering never begets greatness.
. More Dlausiblr Is thm JKriou nhurvailnn nf a rival man

ager. "Trouble with Willie last year, he was trying to think."

To a player so lavishly endowed with natural ability this
could indeed be disastrous.- ...

The feeling- b widespread that thU is U be the last time

the Giants will tlir an epenfnc rame in the Pole nroanda.

The ancient mass of iron and concrete has been dimmshing In

puoiie apDeaj i or some years and tuts in part accounts for the
downward spiral In attendance. Unlike the IXdrtr. th r.Unl.

do net have a problem. AH thev have to do h take mp residenee

as pTin tenants jn lanaee Madinm. The-T ran count en aa

aetoreattc Increase ef maTbe set sos nn ih. xnntk v.

shift alone.

i The possibility cf the Giants movin to ifinneanolia is

trceedingly remote. They depend too heavilv on the rich met-

rooontan TV-raaio tcps lor solvency. Mr. Stoneham' can ret (Stakes,

iouk t'tn ".nuuk t-uc uiuunuit uocsPT ctmn tx: rtn

wish, though, he'd stop trying to get alon? without baliplayers.

NEW YORK-Bold Ruler scored

a nose victory wer Gallant Man

to win the 859 Wood Memorial

at Jamaica in track record time

BOSTON Johnny Keller.

grammar school teacher, bested

some of Europe s finest distance

runnu-s as ne became the .first
American in 12 years to win the

Boston A .A. karataoa.

LAWRENCE. Kan. Bettering

weir own woru mark m winnmg
the quarter-miie relay in 3 sec

onds, University ot Texas sr-rint-

ers featured the 32nd annual Kan

sas Relays.'-.' .

LAUREL. Md. Inswept, a S-l

shot, showed her heels to ties
Kentucky Derby eligible in win-

Thls son of an upper New York

state miner gave evidence of

greatness ,his first year in or organized
ganized organized ball when he bad a 21-8
record with Hazard of the Moun Mountain
tain Mountain States. League in 1951. .v

in 195S ne was un with Brook

lyn and, after a promising 9-4

season, was going great in. 1954

wneu ne underwent an emergen

cy appendectomy, in mid June.
That cost him a month as he

posted an 11-7 mark but the next

season he charged lnjto the bat batting
ting batting cage and hurt his arm. -
Johnny failed to complete a
game, in his Isst 13 starts as he
won only nine against 10 defeats
in 1955 but then came the Series.
He beat the Yankees In the third

and' Duke J, AIniversity -sophomore
Bob Posthumus is hoping v that

nonn Carolina wm nve n wwn

personal ""'dribble derby" il r o m

now on. H, ,i- .,f i ;
Posthumus. a 20-vear-old Holly.

h,awI Via ntutont is iha A n 1 T

known living authority on dribble
exercises as far s North Caro-

hna is concerned. '"'.'' ; v
Ht1- became au authority oil the
Subject Saturday and got in more
basketball dribbling -than rriiome
players get in 'an entire season.
, On a- 825 bet: he bounced a bas basketball
ketball basketball from -Durham to- the state
Canitol in P aleich and back a

distance of 60 miles that required

an estimated 105.000 dribbles.

Posthumus started out ail alone

at 6:15 a.m. Saturdy' and nouncea
into Raleieh a little before noon.

After chatting : briefly with ? Gov
Ijither H Hadses. the cross

country runner started b a c k,
muncmng candy bars as he went.
- While be started out alone, Post

humus was the center of Durham
and Duke attention as he.wund

back into the city limits Saturday
night. A -police escort opened the
way for him, and a Duke musical

group heralded his return, ; -,-v
At 8 n.m. he stood on the steps

of the Duke Chapel to collect his
bet four hours ahead of his dead deadline.'
line.' deadline.' '' V !,-

His sole tomplsint: ""My feet

hurt." a

; ST. .LOUIS (CP) Walker' Coop Cooper,.
er,. Cooper,. 42-year-old St. LOuis Cardin.T.

Coach,, has been reinstated to the
active player list because, of n

injury suffered by iirst i string
catcher" Hal Smith.. Smits. ,t.

tfered a. split index finger in Sim.

day's first game with the Chicago

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Behra powered' his Maserati to

first place in the second mat run
before the Grand Prix de Pau

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' MONTHLY- INyESTMENT ' PLAHf.
jjw Hamilton Objective" 1 :
CURRENT- INCOME FUTURE GROWTH!
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Houses
i FOR RENT: ChM t Clf
H)ght. Lr flrdn, llvinf
ywm, dlnlnt ri; J bJrom,
" 2 bathrwm, md' iom.
t h WiHr. Compltt1y furaith furaith-'
' furaith-' d. CnrMt ;n. N rriwd
vfor.3 yrp. mwnintt
! 3-75. vnlni,.3-70.
f OR RENT: In Mty unfurn--i
fsh r partly :fv"fhd w
idnf r 3 bdrm, r'
te., 'Md nihhrho.. Tw.
3441 6-.
FOR RENT OR SALE: -Spacious
ceel rdMtc, lgnt- :
y fwrniilMd 1- jwdroom., 2 y
katht, poreh, Mnf, dinim
notii Hht and larga, '.
umihJ, J roomtwlth
bath, lar9a rdv Ownar
having lithmwa. Call I-0W2 af f
-3012.
CommesfciqlSites
FOR ENT:? Bti apaea far,
fflea in first pUnt f 22 East
b: Dntt Na. 24-72 SIM;- In-:
farmatian.Tal. 2-2711.
Na. 5iJ0.'v'
arn t
FOR, RENT: Wa -will ae ae-cant
cant ae-cant praaaals far Nm,,
eammweial heal bulldin9
naarihf aamplathm faelnj ta
Crnii. II Carman 'Church, El

Panama. Via Eniaand;Sf0

Mrs. Brannan
4-
Rooms
i FOR 1 RENT: Ftirniihad raam
' t bachalar. Ettwdiarita straat
'. Na. 14-29 Apt. 3.
GorgiarFlbrida .,
UcIIBaWiucd
' The f Georjgia; Florida 'League,
ne f the few remaining Class
D circuits 1n the pation.. -boasts
nly six teams this : year btrt ap appears
pears appears to'hv iU beat balance in
many a noon.,
f With -the first full -weelr of the
season completed, only IVfc. games
separate first and last place a,nd
the material of. all clubs each of
Which' has i major league affiUa affiUa-'
' affiUa-' tion this year-rem ,to. be Jainy
well matched. ;
' ':'v,V' ,,7.''.- 'V:.'-
' ThevEaster baseball .'menu .was
a sample. U.'; ;.
aV rii' ii m
""TtiAmvill mnvMl intA.a tefflr
porair league, lead with a 4-2, vic victory'
tory' victory' oyer, Fitigerald,, coming up
with two1 $v'T'- to -the top of the
ninth to decide ..the game.' ir
".The Mfliitrjle'Phlia pushed
cross iwq ruqa v m uie, "'
break a 7-7 tie ana nose oui y' y'-dosU
dosU y'-dosU 4. 1 Tiger came. up
with a run in their hah of the
iath hut tbMa.gjr pefered ou.T
t The Albany CardiBal took the
measure of waycross j.
: FURNISHED
RESIDENCE
for rent, from May 15th to
October 31th, situated at J
Via Espana and 15th St "X
Creata." Very eoBTenlent
prtoe; wji are net seeking
tugD. reai, we .waas nt
hoaae te-be veil eared Fer,
fartliar tnformatlan. pleaaa
eall rtume J-47J ranaaaa
Oty, or. taaatre at the rea rea-;
; rea-; Metiea.
iUCTtONJCSIWJCe,
Job or Cestract k
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' fastt sERVicr
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Apartments

ATTINTI0N..4X .l Jest eaOl
medani fanlakad apart 't )
2 MrMiMt bat, vaaM
Phaaa Panama 3-44 1.
.FOR KENThi-' Furnished' a
partmenta an Via Forras, Ne
126,. evarlaefclna ,SAS ammi ammi-sary,
sary, ammi-sary, beside Reesevelt Thaa-'
tre. Telapone. 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished a-
Cartmarrf, private- entranced
evely reaidential ; a a e M t n. n.-Larga
Larga n.-Larga 'living. reem, d i a In a
room twei badreema, 2 hatha
maid's ajuarters, locked gar''
age. Panama' 3-0173.
FOR RENTf Very ceel end
cemrertabla aaraanad one bed bed-Toom
Toom bed-Toom apartment. In- St. Ragle
building Darisn Street. For Tn Tn-fermfiea
fermfiea Tn-fermfiea pleat call 21455
during effice hours. -'
OR RENT: One bedreem
, apartments, completely : mod-'.
ei;n, ln. construction,, 4-eady te
be- eceupied .In first days of
May. $70. Information Tel. 2 2-2711.
2711. 2-2711. Sth Street No. S-30.
FOR. RENT:-i- Two bedroom
apartment t with hot water
near Bella Vista Theatre. Ave Ave-Cuba
Cuba Ave-Cuba N. 51 Corner, 41 Street
Tel. 3-332' 1 2-1227.-
fOR RENT:-1 Freshly paint painted
ed painted bedroom llfing room,' d'n
' ette-kitchen. Calla Darien Nor.
14-21, nert (treet tram 4th af. t
Ayenua. .,.? ;.;-4-
n roem apartment, 2 bathrooms
maiere room, wiTn"eTnrom,r
hot water, garage.? Alberto Na-7'
varro 'street No. 52, El Can-
grojo. Inquire Apt. 5 Phone 1 1-0931.
0931. 1-0931. Resorts;.:
Baldwin'a furnUhed -a p a t Ui
mehta at Santat Clara Beach,
Telephone Smith, Belbea 3411.
: Oramlich'a Santa! Clara Beech
Cattegee; Modern cenvenisacos
moderate i rate. ; Phono Cam Cam-bee,A441.
bee,A441. Cam-bee,A441. , y
PHILLIPS JOceanaida Cettaaea
'.Santa; Clara.' Baa llW Pane Pane-ma,
ma, Pane-ma, 'R, da P.' Phono Paaama
-3-U77. Ci-ltt.bal 3-1471. ,, t
YOSTIR'S C0TTA6IS aad large
beach boaea. One aallo past Ca Cathie.
thie. Cathie. Plioae Balboa 1 SSS. v
To Speak: Tomorrow
At Flrsf Baplisl
, Dr. Max Coder,! dean of the stud student
ent student body oi Moody BiUe Institute,
will he apeakina at the 7 o.nv. mid
week- -service this "Wednesday at
uie .sirsi.Bapusr xhurtn of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights. V ..
'"addition t to C'directing the
school 'life of 10W students in Bi Biblical
blical Biblical training al teachers, preach
era and jnissronaries, he. is a na na-tioBaily
tioBaily na-tioBaily known Bible 'teacher and
conference speaker. For a num number
ber number of years he taught at Northern
Baptist Seminary in Chicago.
Dr. Cod'er wiD haye with him
one of the Moody Institute TV pro pro-grants
grants pro-grants which are liied nationwide
and produced by Moody Institute
of Science of Los Angeles, CaL
The film is "experience with an
Eel", drawing from scientific facts
spiritual truths applied to every
day living.
A number of former Moody Ins Institute
titute Institute students, "now working in
Padama ind the -Canal Zone, will
participate, in the. service tomor
row in, the auditorium of the First
Baptist Church. Chaplain penalu penalu-aa.of
aa.of penalu-aa.of AJbrook. Rev. Arthur Zvl-
sara? as song leader' and Robert
active-nart in the service aad oth
er alumni will be rmtroduce& Ev
eryone la iijvuea.
Bull Halsey Helping
layaI:Acade.niy (?ef
fitfr YORr ,Apr23 wUP wUP-Flet
Flet wUP-Flet Admr wUuam r. .'Butt)
HaUey (rei.) who- played full full-back
back full-back lor the- Middies ia 1902 aod
1 903, today aDaoaaeed-a million million-dooar
dooar million-dooar drive la help-build Ihe US.
Naval Academy a 31,000-aeat foot football
ball football -stadjum.'-
Halsey ; said faotbaR' 'game 'receipt-and
"earner drives hid' put
about two'millioa dollars a the
kitty toward -paying far the stsd stsd-Hm..
Hm.. stsd-Hm.. Hr-eatimata4 that the .proj .project
ect .project would, coat around tUiree nul-
' The '.first" game' woaJd be played
at the aew. "aavv aad Marine
Corps Memorial Stadhtm" in the
fail of IK t the drive is. ancoess ancoess-ful,
ful, ancoess-ful, ihe retired admiral' said;
.,. -. a,.. .-
Halwy, preiUw a- director .of
the. Amrriaaa Tr iphone aal Tele Tele-rrapH
rrapH Tele-rrapH Ce -atid that isod for the
prnpoMd 1'iium has ba bousht
ad t vi eat beea brciee
fT -m. ,.

tKATK YOUH AO WITIT ONB OP OUB AGENTS 0 OU OFFICES AT 13-H H" PTEFJET, PANAMA tIBREKIA PBECIADO- guecl No.. It a'AGENClA
INTERNAL, DE FtJBUCACIONES No. 3 LoHeri Plaza a CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 41 a LOUBDES PHARMACY 18 M Carrasquilia a FABMACIA, LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. IS "B" Street O MOKHISON 4th ef July Ave. t St, a LEWIS SERVICE Ave, Tlvoll No. a FABMACIA tSTADOS UN1DOS 14 Centnl Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 1S4 Central Avenne a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. ae la tiaa Ave. Mo. 41 a FOTO DOMY Justo Arosemena Ave; and 3d St. a FABMACIA
TAN-DER-JIS Street No. AS a FAKMACIA EL BATURBO Parquo Lelevre I Street AR.MACIA "SAS" Via Porrae U 0 NOVEOAOES ATH1S r- BeiWe,

the Bella Viata Xaaatxo.
Automobiles
FOR SAt: Beautiful blue
55 Pantiac Convertible. Lpoka
new, jaerfect; condition, j duty
paid. -12.100 ar highest effer.r
Contact George M a m l 1 ta n,
PAAr Tocdmen. n t, -.
FOR SALE: 1 Chevrolet
210 four deer sedan, two-tone
- paint, driven 4100 miles. Phene
Cristobal 3-1391, H 14
FOR SALE: Mercury 4 dear ;
Sedan 1952, new tiros,, good
ctndHion $950. Call Navy Pa-
' clfle 3541. rr ';
FOR1 SALEe Studebakar
President, 195. Extras. Low
Price. Phone Balboa 1714. 1
FOR SALE: 1951' Studea Studea-kaker.
kaker. Studea-kaker. Phene Balboa 1459,
FOR SALE: 1950' Unceln
4 doer sedan. Goad clean car.
call 2-3254. ,v-
.FOR. SALE: 1954 Buick
'.Special hardtop, conventional
5 transmission. Radio, heater
whltewalla v $1250.' Phene M-
1112.
' FOR SALE: 1953 Dodge V-l i
. Coronet, Autedrive, radio, new
tiros,, mutt sell leaving for.!
. States. Will accept trade. TeL
Bel. 3315. .. jy:;--!
FOR SALES 1957 Ford Con- j
Avertible big aaving for quick,,
' sale,' all power eejuipment, lets
than 3000 miles. Phone Balboa
2515 ar Panama 3 644 daya or
aveninga..:
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsma,
klU. Automatic Bendlx' wash.
-ar 40 ; cycles. Quarry Heights
IZ-921.
FOR SALE: -1949 Packard,
excllient condition. .' Phone 2 2-1754,
1754, 2-1754, Balboa CXVA'."
BOB CALB; IfU 10 aaS-
' sengor Lend rover, 4 wheel,;
drive,'. Station Wagon 8,000
miles 4 months aid. Contact O ;
Abbey, Hotel Rooaevolt. V
FOR SALE : -1947, 4 doer,
v AMkmahHa wsrv su4. Rocont 'i
overhaul, 4225.00. Navy 3170J-
. :..:l 'A -
FOR SALKr 7T950 Marrla
Miner Convertible. $325. House
'4354-Bv.Lea Riaa. k -S;
FOR SALE: 1951 Studebak Studebakar
ar Studebakar V4, Automatic trantmit-
aion,i excellent condition, only
27,000 -miles, ana owner, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3337.i
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford
Ranch Wagon -with radio,' heal healer
er healer and, windshield washer, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. $1.250., Call
Kobb 3142 after 4 p,m.
LIFE WSyitANCDE
V'' till 'V. 7':
; v JLH RIME
OeneraJ 'Agent t -'
' Ulbraltar life Ins. Co.
for Yates1 and Information
TeL Panaaaa t-0531
TRANSfOKTfS BAXTIR. S. A
PachoM -' Saiaser Meveie
2.2451 -r 1-25K
' Leave Ridisg at -PANAMA
RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 6 Samping Cletaea daOy
I te S p.aa, Pboae 2-2451
. ae by aepeWwjeoa.
SRWCIOOg
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aaihn Wtmm flran 4mm m"
'ftOOI EDCCINQ 1
" aicLcvr' asacaiM,
Btaeae Oak aeale aaa lmM
7lAlert arfts, -artk aeacea.
0RT0PE01A NACIONAL
-. SB; A.' Jaeee Al a-ll
Oiv SCHOLL emaaeo Olreaailel
S 'X." f i : -, p
Cornddidri;HoIding
Burglar At: Bay
Cold;. Not Scared
HOLLYWOOD -UP Cbmedlaa
Jerry Lewis, said today .that be

?mu y.-u "'i- wuUi-i a If inf von

be held a burglary suspect at tusM
puuu ivr icq ninuiee oaiuraay
sight while bit wile and chudrea
were watching .televiuioa.
Lewis said he got hia gua'aod
ruarded the sutTJect,-identified ae
Georg ff. hefte)dv until police
arnvea. .. v -. ,v
"I was ready to tboot to- protect
nay, ia truly." Lewie said. MI held
him at-gunpoint for ten minutea.
half froten to death. All I had aa
waa a T-shirt aad trousers.-
lewu said Sheffield came to his
home earlier aad made remarks
about ''kilhraf peoole. The corned
ian said he ordered him to leave
iM Umw K his gun., Lewis' wife
and '.'children were nnsware' f
bit "ss hsppentnf. .. 1
. f-hef';-H wt jailed oa' itwpi itwpi-rwvi
rwvi itwpi-rwvi rl r Tf'try. ,

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Boston Terriers
5 : weeks old Pedigreed moth.
4 or. 30th Street Ne .14-14, Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. FarmaciaTaton. Tel:
j am.
FOR SALE: Depp freeie.
14 cubic feet. Panama 3-0871,
-FOR SALE: Indian 'W
motorcycle Will trede for 'any
item approximate value $300,
Call 2-4319.. House 1524- B. Ga Ga-villan
villan Ga-villan Rd. Balboa.
FOR SALE:. Portable aew aew--
- aew-- ing machine with caao $50.- -Navy
3170. ,r;
FOR SALE: Late 1956, 2V
G. E. swivel-bato T.V.. Console
25-40 cycle $200.- Phena Navy
3572.
FOR SALE: Beautiful and
Jractical mahogany bar with
r- highstools upholstered I in
red. Appropriate for Embaat
aiea and Residences. See iti
to appreciate. Price $90.- Via
Porraa No. 202 San Francises
Mrs. Oberat. s. :
, FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel
' puppies 6 weeks aid $20. each.
Kobbe.5241. i-v
FOR SALE: r- OBUOG Hi-Fi
.amplifier,- t mm.- movie pro-v
-lector Panama 3-2109-.: 4 4
'r;w,.:'f.. -.
FOR SALE: A faw auraluaj
' birda from my aviary: Java
, Rice birds; Dickcissals; mala!
'Zebra finches etc, Mrs. Mar Mar-ciacq,
ciacq, Mar-ciacq, BabyLandia Tel. 3-12-r
59 Bella Viata.
INVITATION FOR PR0PO-,
SAL-' FOR FURNISHING INTER-COMMUNICATION
SYS SYSTEM:.
TEM:. SYSTEM:. Panama Canal Com"';
peny invitee propeaala'. for
furnishing 1 Intor-Communica-tien
System. Sealed hide will
be. received, In the Office of
Superintendent ef Sterehousaa
Belbee, for opening in public
at 10:30 a.m. May 7, 1957.
Invitation Ne. P47-13 may. he
obtained from the abeva 7efV
flee, telephone 2-2777,
Cetierot
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER -A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOIAL. CX
l..-. Mr-,.
Small Progress Yet
In Solving Myslery
Of Slain Diploma!
. SAIGON. Indochina. April. 23 -'
(UP) South Vietnam police are
making little" or no progress in
their '-investigation of the alaying
of Canadian diplomat Lucien Can
non, uauauy rciiaoie auurcea aaiu
today.' .v-vv;-1
Police are unable to freely oues.
tion Cannon's' sssociates on the
International : Truce Commission
because at their diplomatic status,
the sources said.
The" Canadian truce delegation
of which the 38-year-old Cannon
was a member has pledged aa
cooperation with police investigat
ing the April 12 suDmng.
But Dolice do not have free "ac
cess to Indian and Polish truce
officials who live in the guarded
compound where Cannon waa kill
ed, v i. :;'
An. Bniirf- eaM nnlira' a'tfMtta
Main, ... Arrfifiarv' lfi,n mrm
attempting .to collect information
I. mw . it
irom Vietnamese emoioyea oy me
Commission while they ', are in
restaurants and other, public
plaees,' ., -..';, ; .';' t-
LEGAL NOTICE:
ONITEB STATCS OP AUXBJCA ,"
. Canal tana tana-VatteS
VatteS tana-VatteS Btmtm DMrict Coavt Pa ;
' The Datfrtc M Ta Caaal geew
BaHMa DtrMna .'
la fte flatter et tw AoBption of Aa-
unoar the aae '4 rr. ;v. Anr
OrlanSn MnntaAa aUldooada. Mo. 44S4
Civil. CHatton, '
Tor Ancd OHwxto MnnlaAo MaMna
Tea ara beraby qW to -appaar
bvfor the United Statce DMHet Cevrt
for the DtetHct mt the Cenel Zr, W W-vWon
vWon W-vWon of BalbM. at b Courtroom
ttwreot oa Ancoo. cnai teno, mm m
Stk oar r iun. 157. at t o'clock fat
ttie ioranoen Of mat aire hot
- W. rMM emii w
rae with the Wrlnf of tile petttton
tor the OeeXloai of u aoore raam
Witneak, the Pamrabl Cutlirt. r.
Owe, Judra. VnM41 S'tln Dtrtrlcl
Court fer the Dutrict r t (ewl
Zona, tfca Stli ty t Aprta lasr.
r- Sara o b rm
'" Chxf Drixltr CVT
To- Ansel OHanto Wsnuao WalAanaoa
Ta foraeotn ciiat""" Pa)
rrm av aubntiM ru' v
Ar ml Vrw HmonMa r-rnrta P. Cnm
jTK)(r, United 6' Trwnet Caurt sr
the Wrtrtct t t C-l a
tbo Sth Oev of Apr". 1-'- oe) erl
J fiUrf m thv. n la t)e ofr nt
the C3e Kf the I - 4 5tt Dtrrti
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SERVICES

Specialisia In Televlaion HI-FI,
'".Radlp,' Phonograph, "Tanamit-1
ters, receivers, and all alec,
tronie equipment. -Service calls
32.50.. Call by 7:00 p.m. fori
same day aorvice, All work
guaranteed. Phone U.S. Televi Television
sion Television Panama 2-4414. j, 1
The bast dinners rand drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel International f'Pla f'Pla-xa
xa f'Pla-xa S do Maya. ,
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Parents Of Tourist
Sucked From Plane
Fly To Ckim Body
PARIS, April 23 (UP) A U.S
Air Force-plane-flew to Kiruk, I
rag, today to pick up the body of
Jack Nash,' 3-year-bld Memphis.
Tehn., man who was sucked out the
window of -an Air France plane
Saturday night.
The U.S. Embassy here said the
bodv' would be flown to iiaenda,
Naan'a narentu Mr." and Mrs
i nomas ,a. wasn. wui uy enner
to Baghdad or Istanbul to meet it
TKaa KTaeiK aaifiirAl haftfe ahiorH
r- laviaaaataAfiB suii : iava w
anotner Air r ranee piane yester yesterday
day yesterday and were immediately whisk whisked
ed whisked into seculsion in the Embassy.
TKlr. wrlva1 .'in; Vranpft was
eased bv the French government.
wmcn eperaies r r ranco. me
Nasha were permitted to enter
without passports or papers of any
kind; A spokesman- at the -Ameri
can Daisy saia r ranee was
"cooperating ini every way to
nen the narenta'-t departure : for
I a .t .i aa. ...-'A ..i ... i
isianDiu,
fhaia ain W m life in i freak
j. fiva-St pvu Mwm
aia11aanf iahor W.riliOW tiSlCt tl)
BWVtUVU TV.. ... ,-
hia aeatr popped out in the pres-
sunzea caDin oi uie piano au
was sucked out: The plane wai
flying at 19,000 feet, at the time.
His body waa. found 25 miles
south of the oil city of Kirkuk.
'Bt'v '-"id ,r"!J fc
Allsck By Infanlry
' -i. "'n- ,: ':
selves leadina; aa attack by the
soniiil Battalion of the 20th In-
f.ntm ut. Thursday.'. -It was
during a maneuver by the bat battalion
talion battalion UV preparation for Carlb-
Ex. ... ; ....' ';.'".":-'V ,:r ',
t. wniil. r nrlnV whin-
i ki, laarTlna ca.nKa and
ucu r.
halt so the tanks and infantry
men could continue ineir
irk. katfallnn rhftrffKl It OD-
iectlves, snd the aggressive
medics conunanaeu oy
ron G. Fingerhut were close on
their Tieels.
the objectives through his field
. A .v..r. war the
Hl&SoCB Bknu Miww
medical Jeeps again, right on top
m ai a J nmna nv nillS.
OX uie S -r wv"'F"'v :
., ...11. r1v' tn
Ika Just hold this edge until
j. ,..v Mil nut oa a
roaring show at Rio HAW." ;
nMW-.w. Si. Via. nriaheri. his
ii ikMu.li ti. .nnlvalent
of nearly three months of field
Ualnlag in tne lass wnj
"It s aa eiion to noiu
back," he declares. ; v .V' ;
m.. J o.ttalinn of the
20th Infantry Is scheduled to be
air landed by Air Force C-m
pianes at xviu " it
following pi n.iiu ;
the Second Battalion Combat
. aja akaawa-W sUkArttA BlTW
erating under Task Force Hieh-
. ii.. win aua.ult as-
tsson In poalUoa at Rk Hato.
LEGAL NOTICE
"vwrrso btatct or amebic a ;
Canal lone -
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DThon oi Balboe
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after the final ewWVeattoo-
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Home Articles

FOR SALE: ; Bodroorn turn turn-Iture,
Iture, turn-Iture, dining table six chairs,
refrigerator,' stove.' U r g e n t.
' 52nd Street No. 21 Apart. 5 Tel.
3-5249. f i u, v
FOR SALEf 5 piece maho mahogany
gany mahogany imitation bamboo living
room set. in very good condk.
, tion,,: (custom made), Ernesto f
Lefsvro Avenue No. 40, Par
qua- ; Lefevre. Phone 2-4970 -9:00
a.m. to 12:00 and 2:00
to 5:00.
FOR SALE; At Playa Co Co-ronade.
ronade. Co-ronade. Servel gas refrigera- :
i tor, like new. Two beda with
Simmons mattreases, break.
1mu bar chairs, tables and
chest of drawers. Phono Pa-
nama 3-6o48 days for inform
. mation. f ,
FOR SALE: W25 cycle wash-
in,, machine. $25.00 Call Bal-
boa 3475. ,
FOR SALEi w-, Piano, house household,
hold, household, furniture," china, etc. Tel:
3-4489 38th Street Ne. 272
front 2 to 7.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Harlov David.'
Ionniotorcyclo 1955 Model 74,
an extra t. low miueage, Best
otter for cesh. Tel.' 2-1213.
4;
15-YearOlrl Breaks
Dad's Grocery Store
ing Oil Bullies
HEVL YORK f UPUA 15-vear
oidboyAterrified by threata to
hiar -mother and .stster. took so
much money from his father's
grocery to pay tour' teenaeed ex.'
tortionists that- her almost bank
rupted the business, it was 're-
veaiea mmauf-rw.K-''-s-:-7 -:
When Ray in 0 n ii Quinones
learned that the $60 to $80 a week
he paid the four bullies for a year
had all but brokea hia father, he
went to the police. Tha payments
- Raymond laid the. shakedown
began a year ago when he 1 was
approached by John J. Gebbia, 18,
and another youth, who L threat
ened him. and' demanded 15. e
Raymond gave them the money
and they- returned three days lat later
er later with another youth to demand
SIS. 'This' time., 'they aald.r they
threatened to kill hia mother, Es Es-peranza,
peranza, Es-peranza, 37r and his 14-year-old
sister uuonnes. r ;?;
? The four1 youths so terrified
Raymond that he regularly paid
them -on -: three days of. every
week, he told police. ? m -
Raymond's father. Ravmon. 40
found he was gourg bankrupt and
would have to sell the store.
Raymond iealized his ( .' payoffs
had caused the family's financial
difficulties so he went to the po
lice. J J r- j i ?fi-7- ;
Twa detectives accompanied him
to the store Saturday night and
gave him marked bills to ray the
extortioners.. A 15-year-old boy
showed ud to make the collection.
He was arrested outside with two
ouier la-yaar-oiasa -Thev
were booked as juvenile
: .11. '
delinquents and named Gebbia as
he leader. They also admnted
the shakedown, police said.
1 III! II'-
Four Kegroes Said
Inviled By Mistake;
To Virginia Dinner
. RICHMOND, 'a. (UP) 'The
roster of Neeroea invited bv mis
take to a dinner for prominent
Virginians has -risen to four.
Judee Edward R. Dudley. for.
roer U.S. ambassador to Liberia,
and reported to be the first Negro
ever to hold wth a rank, re
vealed Sunday that he had re
ceived,- and accepted, aa invite invite-fi.
fi. invite-fi. but may not attend because
of his Work-schedule. v
Dudley has beea a hid of the
domestic relations court in New
York City for about a year and
has .served on the leeal staff of
the -ftauonal Association for the
Advancement of Colored People.
He went to' Liberia sa minister
in 1048, was given ambassadorial
rank six months later and served
through the remainder. of the Tru Truman
man Truman administration.'
Officials of the State Chamber
of Commerce, -sponsoring the din
ner, said they had bo idea now
many- more-Aein-oes would turn
up among the COO persons invited.
The invitations were sent over the
name of Gov. Thomaa B. Stanley.
The dinner ia scheduled May 17.
S Don tort said thev will re? rind
the invitation to Dudley as trey
have to the. other Neeroet turned
ap aa far but if he tries to attend
thev will make aa .issue of M.
The others were Dr. CLlan B.
Powefl. New York nhvsician-pub-
Usher: Mrs. Ella P. ewart of
Chicago, former prestden. it the
National Associsuon of iciorea
Women; and St. Oair 'Drake,
Roosevelt University sociology
prewr. -.
Those mree at first ssra iney
plan i stteod unless the strvcrnor
hlmwi S'ked them ro s;t
he inviijuon came frrn Y- hrt
Vrr a"!-ou.iced tify a -3 ro

SALES REPRESENTATIVE
v opportunity, welt known Amer American,
ican, American, firm ;., seeks experienced
man 27-38 travel Nicaragua,
Costa Rica, Panama submit
resume all replies absolutely
confidential. Write S. R. Box.
134 Panama, i

; Real Estate 1

rv,Bn cat e.. .v; ... j. ..'.'.
, ? mogtrn z-oed--
l-eom chalat, maid's room, and
bath, hot and cold water,
k screened, yard, patio, sliding
door closets, etc., Phone Ami Ami-dor
dor Ami-dor 5193 from t to 4. 104 Cello
4 East between Via Po--
, rras and 50th St..

Letters' On Liquor dutnumber.
Budget'Queries, Senator Says

WASHINpTON,1 April 23'tUPJ 23'tUPJ-Tha
Tha 23'tUPJ-Tha federal budget inav rank as a
hot topic in Congress these- days
but some members get more mail
about liquor, 1
Sen. J. Strom Thurmond CD-SC)
reported today tthat 18.6. per cent
oi nis man concerns liquor adver advertising
tising advertising : and servine' of alcoholic
dnnks aboard airplanes. ;
aae Budget, he aaid. runs a close
second, representing. 17.7 ner cent
oi tne letters he gets, uvil rights
man was down in lifth place.
Another lawmaker who sets a
lot of "dry" mail is Rep. Walter
Norblad (R-Ore), who found him himself
self himself a hero of prohibition forces
because of his campaign against
Funeraf. Services
Tomorrow For
Cebrqe Nicholls5
:4
Funeral services wilf be. held 4
p.m. tomorrow at the Chorrillo
Sevehth Day, Adventlst. Church
for the late George Nlcholls, who
died en route to Santo Tomas
hospital at, noon yesterday., He
was born ia the- parish i of 'St.
l.ur.le. RarhAdns.
A resident pfiWesrSStffialreetV
tnorriiio, na migraiea to Pana Panama
ma Panama hi t905.Aretireenirjkloye'of
the Panama Canal Co., he was a
member of the- United" Health
and Welfare Scheme of Panama,
under whose' auspices funeral
arrangements are being, made.
v. Burial will ba. at Herreraxem Herreraxem-eteryv
eteryv Herreraxem-eteryv t ..-i- "aif
Survlvprs are; -:; Mrs, Eloise
Nlcholls Cumberbatch, .sister;
Charles Nicholls, brother; Roy
E. and Mitland F. Cumberbatch,
Charles' Nicholls Jr. nephews;
Mrs. I.-Oreen, -Mrs. D.iCampbell,
Mrs. I. Griffith and r4 Mrs., R.
Brown, nieces. ..
AM
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COMMAND PERFORMANCE r This four-fot-long acale
- model of the British royal 'yacht Britannia brought builder
' John Dennya an jnvitation to. visit the royal palace. Tha boy;
' worked on the model for five months. Materials cost $lt He ?
aaila it on a London lake. His mother sent a photo to the royal
' family and Prince Philip invited John to bring it, to the palaca.
eo he might examine ltJ; .,j .V :-' r: u

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r

TELEPHONE BABY Something new in obstetrics waa
introduced at the Georgia Baptist Hospital in Atlanta when
Nuroe Marie Jooea, right, by telephone, aided Mrs. Jackie HH
in deliverinf her own baby. Mother of three others, Mrs. Hill
- went into labor at horn, realized she could never make It to
" the hospital. So she railed up, sot Miss Jone. who calmly f ave
her Irutruf tion at the child wh born. Molher and her new
daughter were later brought to the hospital.

, .,1 'in''' ....... 1, i , ll

5 i 't'f " " i
WANTED: Maid for small
, family. Must know to seek and
must sleep in. Apply at office
33 street No. 3-23 between 9:00
' a.m., and 12 noon. ,
Domestic Employes
WANTED:- Cook and gen.
oral; housekeeper. Must 7 ba 1
neat., House 4240 Lea Riosl
r

serviiu beer tpJteeo-age recruits''
on Army posts. ,,.. v
His one-man fight was climaxed
by f Pentagon order ki February
reminding post commanders that
beer should not be sold to trainees
who are between 17, and 18' years
old, .'
JYorbiad estimated, today he has i
received more than-- a thousand
letters of; congratulations. They
cme from all .'.sections of the
country and the volume rivals the
stacks of 'cut-thc-bvidget" letters"
he gets from his one district, ha
said. -t. -
"How wo praise God for man like
you who recotnize the awful evil

of strong- drink," a ilfuigsville, j
Ohio, woman wrote. Jr. , f

. Aiigmer woman irom -Miami
Springs, Fla.t, said -Norblad'a cm cm-paign,
paign, cm-paign, would help insure lha. mili
tary men have "clear beads."

Others begged Norblad .to go a
step' further and have liquor. vcom- (
pletely; .banned from military i
POStS.lV' :'jv"'i"'''''.'f -.'-..(??. .M,.:; : .',
- Rut Norblad Jiaid he "hal made i!
his point and doesn't plan to- press
the matter any further unless evi i
dence turns up that theUrmy ord-'S
er against servine beer to vouneer

trainees is beina vfoldtedl V:

ASjaras. aauiL.aoidiers.are con- rf
cerned, Norblad said he felt-Army

posts snouid coniorra; tt local liq-;
uor laws.-'",R"'K f -,
i A sampling of (TNdrbladS mail t
indicated, much: of it came .'from j
women allied with temperance or- I

ganizattons: But Norblad r; said
many letteri were written, by in- (
dividual parents -of young1 .service-
Imen,. too'HV.-': ,.y i.Z
..The.congressman satd ha re re-caUed
caUed re-caUed only one lettef which took
issue with his, stand, That cme
from '?a Portland, Ore.;; woman.
- "Shis felt, if her ion was old.
enough-to go into the Army, then
by gosh he was old enough to
drink liquor," Norblad -saidr-. :
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TERRY AND THE PIRATES
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,C AND GOLDILOCKS went

the age old story of Goldilocks to three small children who w ere cared for at the Fort Amador service Club while their pa-;,
rents attended -the sunrise service oh the beach adjoining the post Easter Sunday, Sp3 William Gamble listens' In, 7 Soldier
at the post, under the supervision of Mrs. Betty Haberstick service club director, opeoaed the nursery at 5:30' a.m.-Sundayj;
They had attended classes in baby care in preparation for their voluntary efforts, in addition to the soldiers Mrs. Joseph
Grills, a 'registered nurse, also was In attendance. (U.S. Army Photo),
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Red Chinese Would
jEnd Jap Pad
Wilh Reservations
t TOKYO, April 23 (UP)-Chinese
. Communist. Chief Mao Tse-tung
has offered to end his country's

anti-Japanese' military pact with
1 Russia if Japan would sever Its

inilitary allianc with the United
States and denounce ''militarism"
it- was reported today, s
Tokyo newspapers said the offer
vas v made by Mao during taucs
with a Japanese Socialist delega delegation
tion delegation which is touring China. The
delegation, headed by party Sec Secretary
retary Secretary General Inejiro Asanuma,
represents the opposition in Jap Japanese
anese Japanese politics and has no official
' status. ,! i "-

' ObserveH said there was little

likelihood the Japanese govern government
ment government would take, up the ofler, al
though the Socialist opposition was

. certain, to use it for propaganda

mirposes They said the offer
would appeal strongly to many
Japanese,., who felt the continued
presence of American troops
trongiy suggested occupation. a t
Mao, chairman, (president W&U

Communist China and the Chinese
Communist party, were quoted as
aying:-
"If Japan becomes completely
1 independent, of the United, States,
and if there is no longer any pos possibility
sibility possibility of a revival of militarism,
Japaa and (Red) China can con conclude
clude conclude a mutual non aggression
pact.
"At such a time, I will have
dissolved the military aspects of
the China-Soviet amity alliance."
The military- pact was directed
specifically at Japan.
A call for a peace treaty be between
tween between the Peiping regime and
Japan was contained in a joint
st"n i"H in the Chinese
capital last night by Asanuma and
S L ti-)o presiaent of the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese People's Institute of Foreign
" Affairs,

-Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow
":i RELEASE
CENTRAL THEATRE

I Tkw Tnw an4 WmkIm-M Story f COL. DEAN HESS

CLERGYMAN TURNED FIGHTER PILOT!

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forest.."
Theatre Guild
By DOROTHY MOODY
William Inge's Picnic opened
to an overflow audience at the
Theatre Guild last 'night, and
should be a sellout for the re
malnlnK five days of its run.
With this play the Guild
proves aeain 'that most of Its
members know what high stand
ards- in the theatre are, and as
pire to them.
iiThla is not to say that the pro production
duction production is above criticism Un-
discriminating flattery Is fatal
to growth, and It would be In
jurious as-well as insulting to a
mature group UKe tnis one to oi oi-fer
fer oi-fer it less than an objective ap
praisal.
Judged even on this basis,
however. Picnic ranks nigh. A
tense, torrid romance, slashed
with scenes of raw sexiness, it
oscillates between ribaldry and
grimness. 1
The picnic, which we never
see, takes on the quality of
something never reached hi a
nightmare. Instead, the almost
feral maleness of Hal Carter,
and its effect on the women of
the Kansas town In which the
tory Is set, monopolize, the dra
ma.
The director, John Anlston,
who has an exceptional back
ground of stage experience,
showed, insight and authority in
oringing out inese ana outer mo
tifs, and in integrating, pacing,
focusing, and highlighting the
action with the skill necessary
to achieving a iorceiui impact.
Ron Harper, as Hal. wears the
part, physically, like a glove. As
for his interpretation, it has
marked style and individuality,
often even a brilliance sugges suggestive
tive suggestive of Broadway.
He should, perhaps, in future
roles guard against being typed
by certain tricks of diction and
posturing reminiscent of the
early Marlon Brando.
Madge Owens, the leading fe
minine role, should almost be
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Sp3 'F. 'if Atkins :'of Headquarters, tTS. Army Caribbean;' tells

s 'Picnic' High
played by- Helen of Troy in or order
der order to justify all the stress laid
on her beauty, .- v
Pat Quinn's own very consid considerable
erable considerable good looks and allure,
however,-suffice to sustain the
necessary illusion..
Though here and there Miss
Qulnn, could project ihe idea of
beauty more positively, in gen
eral she acts with smouldering
feeling leavened by sensitivity
speaking in a pleasing, low-
pitched voiee. and performing
with a seductive rhythm in the
scenes of dancing and love-making
with Hal. .' v
Owenn McCullough Interprets
Millie, the young sister, in terms
of a cute, kittenish Booth Tark Tark-ington
ington Tark-ington junior; with an unlikely
layer' of toughness and violence
superimposed.
The text suggests a less con conventional
ventional conventional character, a blend of
precocious, coltish hoydenism
with the odd haunting appeal
of a J. D. Salinger adolescent, or
of "The Member of the Wed Wedding,"
ding," Wedding," as played by Julie Har Harris.
ris. Harris. ',:
I felt that this Millie would
be much more likely to read
Daddy. Longlegs than Ballad of
a Sad Cafe, and that more of
an ugly duckling in this part
would have been a more vivid
foil for Madge. But on her own
level Miss McCullough does very
well indeed, and I think she sat satisfied
isfied satisfied most of the audience.
As Flo. the mother of the elrls
Alice Plencner is credible and
simpathetic.
Anne Pruitt. presenting Rose
mary, the strident schoolteacher
Dent on marriage, gives vivacity
and color to an arduous role. In
the passage in which she be
seeches Howard; her, reluctant
friend-boy.? to marry her. she
eschews, to my relief, the maud
lin groveling of Eileen Heckert
In the New York version, and in
stead puts dignity and pathos
into her delivery.
Phil Sanders as Alan. Madge's
respectable boy friend, and es especially
pecially especially Bill Kilgallen, enacting
Howard.. Rosemary's unwilling
suitor, could hardly be better.
nowara s racial expression, as
Rosemary hustled him away to
the altar, was wonderful.
Claude Avcock nortrav the
rather inane character 6fMiss
Potts witn her customary1 In Instinct
stinct Instinct for subtle nuances. Miss
Aycock's remarkable flair for
CDA: Names'-10 US
Cities As Targets
For Atomic Attack
WASHINGTON, April a (UP)
The Civil Defense Administration
bat warned that U. S. Cities
I which would be likely targets in
an atomic attack have "complete "complete-ly
ly "complete-ly inadequate" -warning Systems.
I They are Kalamazoo; Mich.;
1 Charleston, S.C., St Petersburg,
I Fia.: Asheville. N.C.; Pierre. S.D.;
1 Sioux Falls, S.D; and the Texas
i cities of Dallas, Galveston, Laredo
and Lubbock
r A "target" city Is a state capi capital
tal capital or any city with 50,000 or more
: population. A "critical" target
city it one containing, in addition.
40.009 manufacturing employes.
The agency taid five cities which
had "completely inadequate"

warning it steins last June have'be at least rears of are but
started actio to correct the situs j who will not have reached their
tion. They are West Palm Betch, 23rd birthdar as of Ju!t 1. 1957:
Fl4 Oklahoma City. Okla.; A us-(who are hieh school rraduates;
tin and San Antonio, Tex, and and who have a rd;ri. wrtt wrtt-Tucton,
Tucton, wrtt-Tucton, Anx. 'ixyt and s peak:.- z knowledge ef

Rariking Shoi
retting at the heart of any role
-including profound as well as
wistful or plxillated ones de
serves a wider acope. V r
xwo satellite' schoolteachers
are adequately if rather tamely
piayeq oy juaen uaney and Dora
Hardy. More distinctive physical
contrasts in these minor hparts
would have made possible great
er -exploitation of their v comie
possibilities. The same comments
apply xo the paper boy played
ujr jvutjinei rauon. r
' Morton' Gornick. Bob Johnson
ana oiners designed and execut'
ed a good set. in which the fac
aae or Mrs. Owens rooming
house seems very realistic The
general enect is enhanced by a
back :drop imaginatively conceit conceited'
ed' conceited' and Dftinterl hv Ppo .Tnhn.
on to show the panoramic back
grouna or, a Middle-Western
WWII. ,'
This, and the nostalefo train
whistle managed by Helen Cart-
mm, wno is in charge of sound
effects, add a poetic touch which
alleviates the sordldne.u nf th
play; Joe Grills is responsible for
the rather complicated lighting
cueuu 01 sunset and dawn,
. ". .,.-.' .... ; (
In Picnic, the director, cast
proaucuon atari and. we must
not forget, many hard-working
members whose names db not
appear on the program have
combined impressive gifts and
efforts to give Isthmlana.a rous rousing
ing rousing theatrical evening.
Coney Island Pier :
Destroyed By Fire?
NEW YORK. Anril n irni
rwu 01 coney island's wooden
sieepiecnasc Pier was destroyed
"J ""woay. ine pier bad been a
i or lanamarx ior more
mn wi years.
a m . h
a. iwo-siory trame building at
me end of the 1,500 foot pier
uiuuicu uiio me Auanuc ocean
aner n eas swept by flames.
firemen fought the blaze from
spreading inland to the boardwalk
while a fireboat was used as ta
outer end of the pier. .
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No injuries were reported. Tht
cause -of the fire was not deter
mined.
Ten A p p r e ri

To. Be Offered By Canal

Ten new apprenticeships: four
in the mechanical trades and six
in ther electrical trades.-will be
offered by the Panama Canal
Co. effective July 1 ;
All interested younr men wno
meet the Qualifications are be
ing urged to make a?DUcauoa
without delay and in any event
not later than Wednesday. May
15. for admission to the comoe comoe-titive
titive comoe-titive f examination Saturday.
May 2$. upon which selections
for the apprenticeship will be
based In part. 1
Candidates must b- male unit
ed States or Panamanian ciU-

sens of good character: who will'expeeted that ine new mecnani-

Budget Would Still Be $173 Billion

Even s Congress i Throws Out

WASHINGTON; April 23 (UP)
The federal ; budget for next
year; would be $17468,000,000
even if congress decided to call
the whole thins off and turned
all 'functions of :. government
back to the states.
That is the inescapable bor?
tion of r President Eisenhower's
record peacetime budeet of S71.-
uu,ouu,uuu for fiscal 1958. cut as
it may. Congress couldn't possi
3 ;. :
bly get below the figure because
such expenditure are fixed by
law.
The biggest Item in the un
cuttable budget is 17.360.000.000
tor interest on the huge nation
al debt of nearly 275 billion dol dollars.
lars. dollars. A dictatorship like the So
US Small Business
Buf Poor
Mcnagemenl Exisfs
f WASHINGTON, April 23 (UP)
Assistant Commerce Secretary
Frederick; H. Mueller today blam
ed b a d : management for most
small business failures. -
He said in an interview that
small business "is not as bad off
it 1 r 1
as many iinan ousinessmen woum
have you believe.".
"Most failures are management
lauures persons who started ; in
business without the knowledge or
i-: 1 ; a- 1 m l 1 j
auuiiy w Bucyceu, ne saiu. ;
' Two Prebiemt ':::'J-k;t
' '' VV 'O :t3'?:
Mueller, former, president of the
Mueller s Furniture Co., 1 Grand
Rapids. Mich., ssid the present ec
onomic situation- does pose two
problems for small business; it
sometimes cannot find equity or
growth capital;; and it lacks re
search and development facilities.
Other than that, he said, "there
is no inherent difference between
small and big business, and
should know. I've been a small
businessman all my life."
, To b a c k his contention that
small business is healthy, be said
374,000 new small firms started up
in 1955 compared to 311,000 fail
ures. The. nation ended the year
with 4,252,000 Small companies.
V '-.. V j ;i" ':''
Mueller is a member of Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's cabinet com
mittee -on s m a 1 1 business. The
committee will meet at the White
House Sept, -; 24-26 to discuss the
olisht of small concerns and see
what can be -done to help them.
I xpleratory Conference
Mueller said the conference will
be mostly exploratory and will
deal with two main items dis
tribution, and research and de development.
velopment. development. Dr. Eric Walker, pres
ident of Pennsylvania Mate uni
versity, will head the meeting.
Mueller said, most small busi
ness difficulties arise Decause 01
the present tax structure. Under
present law, companies pay a su
per cent ta on the first $25,000
of their income and 52 per cent on
the balance.
He said this big tax bite leaves
them little mbney on which to
grow and no funds for research
and development of new and im improved
proved improved products. 4 i V
But even' so, he said, small bus-
nessmea "worthy of loans to Keep
heir firms ffoina at a profit bsve
wen able to borrow money for
leeetiarv '. replacements and im
rovtments.'S The bottleneck, h
aid. bat been in finding money
.or expansion.
f i c es h i P s; (6.
Knnh Preferemca will be elvtn
to Isthmian resident. Certain
limited exceptions as to a se re
ouirements may be made for vet veterans.
erans. veterans. -----'
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In general the openings are
about evenly divided between
the Atlantic side and the Pacific
side. Apprenticeship worksites
art- subject--- to change, at -any
time.
Canal apprentices start their
training in a general field, such
as mechanical or electrical, and
later specialize increasingly at
their training progresses. It is
csu aoorenucrsmDe win if-a iu
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specialization as maehlnti t. may be obtained at the rmDior-jouireinf on. noo-yii di di-nlumber.
nlumber. di-nlumber. and sheetmeUl worker. Iment and C'.iliratlon DiTi.lon.,boa tJ-34 or 2-3618. This an an-The
The an-The electrical specialiat;nr,a Bjilding 69. Roosevelt Ave, Bal-inouncement is bein ported on
may include armature wira?r.!boa; rr at the Central Labor Of-all Canal Compacy-Goremment
automatic telephone ecuiznr.ect'Xice. CrtstcbaL ibuUetin boarcia.

vlet Union can declare a mora-

torium on public debt payments.
But a similar, move by the Unit
ed States would signal the col collapse
lapse collapse of the free enterprise" sys
tem
The second lamest budaet
item fimd fey' taio. is $4,105, $4,105,-000,000
000,000 $4,105,-000,000 for. pensions, compen compen-saffon
saffon compen-saffon or other benefits for
3,606,000 veterans or their de de-pendents
pendents de-pendents or survivors -one out
of every 47 Americans. There
is no end in sight for:, this
gfoup 4Df fixe&expenditures. i
Other major items that can-'t
be -cut without-changing: basic
laws include $2,201,000,000 for
farm '. price supports. $1,679,000,-
000 for public assistance grants,
1 billion dollars for the soil bank
program, nearly 500 milllori dol dol-lrjfjor
lrjfjor dol-lrjfjor other farm programs,
ana .siu minion aouars.ior un
employment com pensation
grants to the states.
Meanwhile, House Republican
wader Joseph W. Martin y Jr..
joined his powerful' voice to- the
Canal EhgiheersS

LB. Sartain To Head 60-Cycle Unit

t: ;..' s... '..... .. ;
' The establishment of a 60cy-
eye Design Branch In the Engi Engineering
neering Engineering Division was anodunced
vesterdav bv Col. -Hugh M. Ar-
nold, engineering and construc
tion 'director; i -T tya t
The new branch is actually the
result of the subdivision 101 the
Ena-ineerine Division's -'Electric
al-Mechanical i' Branch j which
formerly handled the 60-cycle
design work as weiras an otner
projects assigned tathls branch.
It is headed by 1 B Sartain.
who formerly was chief of!the
Electrical-Mechanical Branch.
v The new chief for the Elec- -trical-ltechanical
Branfih is J.
jR. Hammond JK whose unit
hill handle all miscellaneous
' and routine electrical-mechanical
design. .. ..
The subdivision has been made
and: the new branch established,
Arnold said, to improve coordi coordination
nation coordination In the oO-cycle design
portion of the power conversion
project and. tOYspeeoVup ,both
this work and the work on the
miscellaneous electrical-mechanical
design projects. --.-v
Sartain was born in 3 South
Pittsburg, Tenn.. and, r attended
gLthollc University in Washing Washing-n.D.C
n.D.C Washing-n.D.C ,He was graduated -in
1028 with a BS degree in elec-i

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CHILD'S PLAY By way of proving that Itl child's' play to
handle these new water scooters, unveiled at the Frankfurt,
Germany, spring fair, these youngsters stage a race on the
Main River. The scooters, steered by handlebars, which also
contain the gat lever, are designed to travel in circles if the
skipper should fall off- V

E I e c t r i c a I, 4

Co., -Effective July First

malntalner.-cahle abllcer. powef-
house operator, and wire man.
Former apprentices returning
from military service may cause
some adjustment, though it is
not expected that the total num-
ber of new antirenUceships

available to others will be sharp- be notified in time to attend.
1 reduced. : '
Admission to the examination The examination will last an
must be aoplied for on a special day. and will be held in Balboa,
form accompanied by a Stand- Details concerning time and
ard Form 57, Application for ;place of examination will be sup sup-Federal
Federal sup-Federal Employment, together j plied at time of notification of

with the applicant's hieh school
transcript and his coL'eee tran
script if he la attending or has!
attended colleee. The Koecial ad
i i .
, t. ..AO, Ull IUI .11 uu wic v. ...

tcut-the-budget clamor and pave

the way for a tax cut next year
:.At the same time the arow'
. ing OOP, conflict over1. Presi-
dent Eisenhower's "modern re
. 'ptibZjcanfsrf'J erupted, in sharp
new clashes within, the Repub-
' ttcan Party.
.-t Sen, Barry Goldwater ; (R (R-Ariz.X
Ariz.X (R-Ariz.X predicted the word "mod
em" will disappear like other El
senhower phrases, describing the
GOP "and we'll be Republicans
again come the fall leaves,"
s He attacked. Elsenhower's aid--to-edncatlon
- and health pro programs
grams programs and said he fears the lib liberal
eral liberal influence of the President's
brother Milton and of corpora corporation
tion corporation executive Paul Hoffman on
the chief executive.?
Goldwater' also replied to El
senhower's recent press confe
ence remark about not wanti'
to' go back to 1890. He said the
President would ;'be very happy
to be 70 years back". if he !'look !'look-ed
ed !'look-ed at what we had 74 years ago
in .-a fiscal, year..-'? fi;
. is:
trical engineering and was employed-
with the Tennessee Coal
and Iron. Railroad Company in
Birmingham,. Ala., as assistant
chief engineer, of power houses.
He later was employed by the
Electrical Research Products.
Inc.. In Atlanta, Ga.,' and spent
several years installlns: sound e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment in taction picture the theaters
aters theaters and broadcasting 'stations.
-He was an assistant electrical
engineer in the Procurement Di Division
vision Division of the VS. Treasury De Department
partment Department in Washington. D.' C.
for a year before coming to the
Canal Zone in 1936. He held the
position of electrical engineer in
the Engineering Division's Electrical-Mechanical
Branch' until
1938 when he was made chief, of
that unit.. ;'v - -: -Hammond,
who was born in
Colon, is the- son of the late
John R. H&mmond; tt marine
dispatcher in, the Cristobal
Port Captain's Office., He of offended
fended offended the Canal Zone schools
.and was graduated from th
, Georgia institute of Technol Technology
ogy Technology in 1939 with a BS degree
in mechanical engineering.
He has been employed in the
Electrical Division since 1939 and
for the past three years, was me
chanical engineering supervisor.
Mecha n ica I)
Aspirants are. reminded that
(preparation of the transcripts by
thelr schools may reaulre a
number of days: therefore, they
should request them without de
lay. Individuals selected for ad
! mission "to the .examination will
selection tor aamission.
Further details may be obtain
ed from the chief of the Employ-
A ITtlli.otinn Divieirn
------ .

Ikes Bid

Martin, in a spee'eb to a Re Republican
publican Republican county dinner in Troy,
N.Y last night, criticized the
President's nearly 72 billion dol dollar
lar dollar .budget as "too fhle-h" on
predicted, it will be cut "substan "substantially."
tially." "substantially." 1 ,
He -said', without elaboration
that many of ; the administra
tions domestic proposals can be
postponed", until a "'more api
prom-iate ime." A chief casual casualty
ty casualty of budget-cutting on the do domestic
mestic domestic front could be the Presi President's
dent's President's $1,300,000,000 school con construction
struction construction program x 1
Weather Or Not
This weather "r.nnrt r. .-
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hy dro g r a p h lei
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company;
''; 1 Balboa, Cristobal
TEMPERATURE: :fV '''
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-low.,
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7$
HUMIDlTJi
Hlglr W
liow
84
73
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WIND: .7
max. mph) NW-l4 VYs J
RAIN (inches) ;
WATER TEMP.:
(inner harbors)
71 81
-WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24
HIGH i"'rtOW
11:59 a.m.';;
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'; ;6:04 p.m.
1
TODAY!
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1-4 GREATNESS!
In a film alive with fjasslon
- and terrorl r
' DRAMA! r ...
; with a galaxy of stars
:!ngrid Iergman
,t 'CHARLES BOYER
JOSEPH COTTEN irt
41
GASLIGHT
A MEMOR. E MOTION
? PlUTUREl
czrf
TOMORROW CZ
THE CREAT LOVE STORY!
J
JENNIFER JONES
JOHN GIELGUD
BILL TRAVTRS
VIRGINIA McKENTv'A iw