The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


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Panama -- Panama


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

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attle Police

AMMAN,' Jordan,. April 24 (VPJStone-throwin
mobs surged through,., the streets of Jordan today and
clashed with police. It appeared, to be an, all out effort to
force the downfall" of pro-western Premier Hussei El
Khaldl. V. ....',,., '' f
Simultaneously, Damascus, Radio; said the, Jordan
army has closed the Syrian-Jordanian border to traffic
in either direction. Unconfirmed reports from Tel Aviv
also said Iraqui forces were approaching the frontier., in-;,
tending to take over-all control of the border in. the name
of King Hussein, , 4j 1

i mi,. hrnnricaat' ex-i
pressed. Syria's "surprise" Mine
border closing and called it an
unproyoked precaution". -"
(The Damascus broadcast-was
also monitored in London.).-
Travelers returning- from Jor j
dan In mid-afternooav report-. (
ed the situation is tense, par par-'
' par-' ticularly in the west bank. But
they stressed that the Jordan
army was in complete control.
Left-wing: nationalists also
called general strikes in, all pf
Jordan's pities, ', paralyzing the
nation in T protest against tne
Elsenhower Doctrine and .King
Hussein's swing toward the west
trom the Egyptian-Syrian orbit.
'Bigger demonstrations were
reported 5 In Jericho, Jerusalem,
Nablus and.RamaUah. .
v v Arablegionnaires rushed by
Jeeps into the street of Am Amman
man Amman carrying barbed wire t
try to build ,. barricades, but
j they were outnumbered by the
Adult residents of the- Canal
Zone are again, being urged to
check their smallpox vaccination
immunization records and ob obtain
tain obtain a smallpox vaccination n
they have mot received one in
me past uiree yeaia.
Th rmiest is beine made oy
the Health Bureau which 1 at
rreent conducting a Canal
Zone-wide smallpbx vaccination
tha trnal of which is date immunization V a
gainst smallpox of all those ell ell-cribie
cribie ell-cribie for v medical' care i in the
Canal Zone.1; '', y.-K.
' Tn order to facilitate (he vac
cination of school children, the
program was started last month
1 1n the schools and it la expected
that by the end of this month,
most students in the United
Sates citizen schools will have
received vaccinations. The pro pro-tram
tram pro-tram will be carried to the La-
tin American school as soon as
the. reamlar term begins In May.
v. so far. however, the adult re-l
ponse in ,the Canal Zone has
been poor ana in view ui mc u u-'
' u-' Broaching travel season and the.
niessitv for international vac-l
rination records, all residents
, who require : vaccination are
urged to report to any oi me
aid stations in the various Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Communities during
regular clinic hours for lmmu
nidation. '. -."'
The last general smallpox vac vaccination
cination vaccination program in the Canal
Zone was conducted in issu

-US Will Not Approve Sale
Of War Material To. Peds

The United SUtes wlU notp-f
prove any move by its allies to
ell war-potential materials to
Red China or any member of
the Communist bloc, an admiiw
titration spokesman said today.
Harold C. McCleilan. assistant
Secretary of Commerce for in-j
temational trade, made the
comment on current negotiaH
tions among the ai:;es on Fast
t r nnMaml P-tlitn'
and J'-an rrtiru:ar;y want a;
relaxst. n of trade contro.s. j
KicC-.f- an. r SO years ft A-
dent cf the Oid Colony Psint A

Chemical Co. ef Los Ar.jfles.lany stratrie materials." But be

rotel that for some time this
reus try r as teen vnoer lnrreas-
ir.z pressure from its allies to,
re. ax Fa.t-Wet trade rontro's. rontro's.-The
The rontro's.-The f tte IVer-ariwent a a-aounred
aounred a-aounred ia fstarSaj It IS

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'Police in brown khaki a n d
snlked helmets drove shouting
youths back down the streets
with riot clubs and wicker
shields, but they too, were out
numbered and the demonstra.
tions started all over again.
At 11:15 a.m. the vs. Bmoas.
sy alerted its personnel to be
ready for evacuation in case
dangerous fighting breaks out.
, 4 1, ji I j i
i Mobs, swirled through near nearby
by nearby streets and shouted In favor
of the anti-Khalidi "free of officers"
ficers" officers" group and more "down
" with the Eisenhower Doctrine"
slogans. They screamed for "a
national government... (a na national
tional national government." ?i
'These were the mobs of Pales Palestinian
tinian Palestinian Jordanians and refugees
who are controlled by the forces
of ousted Premier 'Suleiman Na-
bulsL The pro-Egypt, pro-SKian
and pro-soviet NaDuisi caueo
them out once: before to block
Jordan's entry into the Bagh
dad pact, i , v"
- i i, : i j v.
' The great crowds .--sometimes
tens of thousands chanted for
t he return of .'a"jlsi as or
tuitr. i t
n.i-Rcd;cf CIIIs
Tukcn Jo Aiipsla
For lie's Pcriis:l
; AUGUSTA,' Ga. AprU 24 UP)
President Elsenhower prob probably
ably probably will get In his usual' round
of golf today in an Interim be between
tween between ? two important confer
ences of his current vacation.
The President Intends to con confer
fer confer with Secretary of Labor
James P. Mitchell at the vaca vacation
tion vacation White House tomorrow
mornino- about anti-racketeer
ina bills to be submitted to Con
gress. Mitchell is scheduled ; to
arrive here by plane tomgnt.
' Presidential Press Secretary
James C- Hagerty, said Eisea
hower had no announced con
ferences -today .and probably
will get In a round of golf, as
h did. late yesterday, :
, The President had conferred
earlier yesterday with his dis
armament adviser Harold E
Stassen returned immediately.
Hagerty said the President
played 18 holes over the Aug
usta National, aolf course ad la-
cent to his vacation headquar headquarters
ters headquarters In 85-degree weather. 1
Stassen meanwhile deollned
to comment on the London talks
to reporters who questioned him
during a stopover in New Tork
on his night back to UJnaon
from Augusta, by way of Wash
ington. -.' J;';' .
Vradr to disease eertl mod mod-fications
fications mod-fications In trade cmra wits)
14 VS. all who participate
In the trade eoatrot program.
McCleilan said in an inter-)
view the United States took the
move to avoid the possibility of,
losing all controls on trade with
Red China and other Soviet
bloc nations.' He said this dan-
ger was present because of the
ger was present Because ei wc
preasing need of the allies, par-
llnilirli Ttritaln nrt Jinn fori
more world trade.
During the coming talks, r
said, "we wUl insist on complete
safeguards against trading in
said the United States probably
will make concessions on trade
by IU alliea ia eertaia non-
iraterl iLema. nartirularlv tn
tha Asian trade.
He 6 d not
cams -the iUms.

Wi'rt Stones

trtat. JUDGE Aneel Vltelio
de Oracia was scheduled to ren
der testimony today oeiore uia uia-trirt.,
trirt., uia-trirt., a tinrnev Carlos A. Lopez
in connection -with charges filed
against him by alleged assassin
Ruben O. Miro. El Dia renorted
tnriau ' t
thharees filed bv
Mirp is one to the effect that
the judge nas oeen nnoeu.
i Tha rnt f uvniU hono-
axuilt on thews ipmihii PV
number of Panama City baft waa
danounead today by Dr. Clara Con Con-salai
salai Con-salai da Rahringari maaiitrata of
tha Juvanila Court.
i Mra. Gonsalas hat atkad fha M M-lic
lic M-lic to arrart all ehildron foond
basting an tha atraaN and any
taanaga hamoiaKuali found n-.
n in ban. t
The second newsman -to be
nimH hv tiu T) la Guardia ad
ministration to a diplomatic post
is scheduled to depart soon ior
hia new -post in Colombia. ; Dr.
Eduardo Ritter. a newsman and
ambassador to Colombia yester-fl
day. v-r. "i- M-f c --:
Meanwhile, reports reachln
here indicated tiewsman Julio E.
Brlceno. the Panama ambasaa
rinn to Brazil. Dresented his .cre
dentials yesterday to President
Juscelino Kubitschea. ;
Labor and Haahh Mlniato Mm.
-Cacilit Pinal da Ramon war achad
ulad' to depart for Wahiton to
day to nrqotMta delivery of tha,
. o el- a www i.
tor Panama Ciir. Tha loan hat I tn
rantd l y fha WrW Bank; W ;ff:.
i Panaina City mayor Jose Ca-
jao Eacala has been invited by
the mayor of New Orleans to at
tend: the Inauguration of a new
City HaD building, -.v
, Tko eanarai diraetar of CivH Ro Ro-giatry
giatry Ro-giatry -waa cautioned yaaterday to
bo mora caraf ul la raiittarinaf the
birtha of parson! born baforo April
15,. 1 9 14, bocauao in many inttanc inttanc-aa
aa inttanc-aa roiiatratiom baa boon of f acted
on Hte 4saia of falta baptiamal car,
tif icatea, ; '
Tha warning; was, iiined by At- t
'torney General Hermoaonos df la
.... ... ... ......
Panama's Imports during1 10M
totaled 1S3.000.000. according to
a communique Issued today by
the i government's Information
Office. The 1950 figure was $10.9
million more than in 1855. the
communique said. ..
rirst U. S. Ship -Sails
Suez Ccnal
SUEZ. Igynt.' AnrU 24 (UP)
The S.S. -President Jackson, first
American shin to enter the sues
Canal since it was reopened..
steamed into the disputed wa-J
terway shortly after dawn to today
day today with an Egyptian pilot, at
tha news. ; v ;
rnt M a k m o n d -Metwalli
one of the pilots who replaced
t'urcpean -navigators when the
waterway was seizea as si ixw
hf ttred the cargo liner in
to the southern entrance of the
canal at 7:45 a.m. under a clear
fcv. .:
The 9277-ton vessel Is owned
by the American President Lines
of Ban rrancMfo, viu-
Two American passengers, Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Smith of Evan Evan-ston,
ston, Evan-ston, HI., told correspondents
ashore Uvry were thrUled by
being aboard the .trail-blazing
voyage. .
Russian Crcvnan
Jumps S!:As!cs
Dsn S rCf ASVilirH
j coPTN'H A G m April 24 il"
erewtran Jumoed overtK
, trawler off f
p(,nKaF,- nirht to
fwaQni In th
e West
'sources reported

yt u picked uo bv a passinr;U
Danish fishing boat and turned
v ti nnlic at ru bur ban Kart-I TBC

run. The source said he reouest-
'ed political asylum la Denmark,


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rRiB.EY orsfrvf.r rarlbbfian Command 'commander-in-chief

rum rhata hrtefiv with Oen.

f, fense Board, on the latter's arrival yesterday at Albrook' Field

Shepherd and other piuitary
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Doctors' prepare ,For Practice

is I

Eskimos Indians All Add To Their Knowledge

; Those 'who shake their heads
over the lack of imagination and
adventure in the modern young
man would do well to chat with
two doctors who are visiting the
Isthmus at the present time.
Dr.' Jim Coulter and Dr Doug
Abbey have broken away from
the rule of thumb for today's
medicos (I.e.) medical school in internship,
ternship, internship, residency, practice to
the extent of trios from their
If nrAit in Cn i to fnrrland. tbr,
t;i.voiy and io f"j..l
AitaouRh the 'SUDuroan nome
complne wth wlle and children
brings no feenng" or revulsion w
these two bachelors, they feel
that they would, Hke i. see as
much :f as. many cultures as
possible beforay'settlina down.";
Both graduates ot Toronto U U-nlversity,
nlversity, U-nlversity, Jim followed his year
of internship at Calvary with a
trio to London and a year: in
Liecester Hospital, London.Doug
went to Flint Hospital in Mich Michigan
igan Michigan for his internship and then
set out for London.
After a year in London, vobx
returned to Canada and took a th,
in tha Narthwaa whara ha;.Trork
d wHb tha Eskintoat Ha fouad the
coaatrv Mmi oooola fMst Intarast Intarast-mi
mi Intarast-mi and can cite many ooraHohi he
has obsarvad a behavior a the taf
kimoa and Sooth American Indiana.
Charactarrsthta which eaaaciell
etrock him this way ware batk
feeling of mdeoendenca and a lack
of mtaroat la. oraparfng for the w
to. ;' ,
whin the two doctors started
on their trio to South America
thnv had with them a tmra
member of the party, an enKi-n
nr Boh Seattle.' who became
stricken with yellow jaundice br
Punta Arenas. Costa Kica. ana
had to be hoscpltalized.
The three bouant a XAnarover
station waeon. an extremely
sturdy piece of eerulpment. which
looks as if it couia maxe a mo mortal
rtal mortal trin with no trouble at all.
They left Vancouver Feb. 12 and
trnwind alone tne coasxai niKn-
way to California., crossed to
Mexico, where they spent elffht
days in Mexico City. ThU was
tho nniv nlace In which they
rvMi at a hotel en route. On
the rest of the Journey theysieot
In the Lsndrover.
Prom Mexico city iney rouow-
M trw? new hlahwav to Huehue-
tenango. Guatemala, xms mgn-
way is not yet oinciauy openea
and their vehicle was the third
tourist car to be allowed through.
Although the highway is incom incomplete,
plete, incomplete, the travelers agree that
the meanlflcent scenery made
up for any discomfort in

Surprise Fiih

It's can still be taught to the tune
of a hickory stick in three-fourths
of the nation s acnoou.
That is the surprise finding of a
nationwide survey of school dis dis-cip;
cip; dis-cip; hist completed by the a a-t!"'
t!"' a-t!"' i rtucation Assn.
. r. also showed teach-
f '! are far leas dia-
i behavior ef today's
i ti than some out-
: nk Juvenile delin-
pant in the class-
m rJ
their students
ivisioa sent

V teachers

aeieciea it

Lemuel C.s Shenherd Jr.- chairman of the Inter-American pe-

aignitaries irom tne u.ip. ana.jaun Amewi-a ate ui mo

'nihlnk. MAf jili ttr), amiMAta, 4-ln 1 aa i -mm nnni

xnti an tr.i rwv m SIGHT-DrJJim

Abbey stand proudly by their Landrover ; stationwigon,
- ''which brought them from Canada to Manama.-Before sUrt-t!
ing on this trip Pr. Abbey served stint in the Canadian r
Northwest 'Where most of hlS' eatienU .were Eskimos.
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due to the nnflhtsbed state. Of
thar road.-
the naaot jnantarabto oiM'lance
mf thair trla was Ibair stay
coffee fines-belonging a lany
aamad HaaarJ In Colombo. Guate Guatemala.
mala. Guatemala. -Hera tbay laametl n band
' the eratrouanaaa-'-ef living aa
.aits Utin Amarita, ana It, waa
with regret that tbay bt te-con
tinoe on to Tikal.
In Tikal they saw some of the
largest Mayan ruins ever uncov
ered ana were raw
remains of templea datina .back
to 300 A.D -r
They rode'alony the .Pan-American
Highway, to Honduras.
Nicaragua. El Salvador and Cos Costa
ta Costa Rica. Here Beattle fell ill.
Ther took him by boat to GolH GolH-to.
to. GolH-to. CosU Rica and put him, in
hospital, there. '"'r.'-
Between boats and trains (on
the latter they put the Landrov Landrov-.
. Landrov-. m fiat-ari and rode along
with it), the two doctors madei
it to La Conception from wnence
they were able to travel by road
once more.
They are now staying at the
Roosevelt HoteL with plans of
selling the Landrover and taking
a trio i Jamaica before return returning
ing returning to Canada. - --
whrn thev set back to Canada
Jim will go into general practice
M &i T otbe coTleaiuc. and
method te provide a representa
tive cross-aecuon vl u ; -"'
more than one. m uu o puouc
school teachers,
Nearir half the teachers said
they personally bad authority to
administer whippinga j unmij
pupils if they, considered it necea-
un am 7S ner rai -saia me
Drincinal of their school bad such
The KEA dia not ask rifht out
how extensively corporal paniaa
laimoil Ikrtill a rnusaaonui

-,plr'P Another
ry ieatirof'n.nting ordertyu .per cent said tkey tnewof a

uirnrrt vnn-

la lb j.euoa, "De you think
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Xt. Gen. Robert Montague
by military aircraft. Gen.
4 r rtf
By. Traveling;
XIoultep and Dr.. Doug
Doug will begin a residency in
vThey feel that' their travels
will help- them in their practice
ot medicine. "-
"If you dont know anything
abodt oeople." said Jim. "you-t
can't-be much of a 'doctor. We
have Certainly learned a lot a-
bout many different kinds of
people on this trip, and they
have all been wonderful to us,
Novelist Sagqn
To Be' Released
PARIS, April 24 (UP) Novel-i
1st Francotse sagan, n, critical critically
ly critically injured in an automobile ac ac-cdent
cdent ac-cdent nine days ago. will be re
leased from the hospital today
Doctors decided the author of
the best sellers "Bonjour Trls Trls-tesse"
tesse" Trls-tesse" and "A Certain Smile Smile-could
could Smile-could go to' her parents home fa
begin her convalescence. They
said she would have te remain
In. bed for at least two weeks
Miss Saean suffered a broken
left wrist, rlh fractures and a
head injury when her sports earl
turned over April 14.
classroom teachers should be al-;
lowed to administer corporal pun punishment
ishment punishment to pupils in elementary elementary-school
school elementary-school gradea?" 77 per cent of the
teachera replied yes. Two-thirds
also held out ior spanking rights
in junior'' high school.
Seeking to find whether "black "black-beard
beard "black-beard iuaie" conditions preveS
i in many schools, the question-
ed whether teachers had
uaiiv ajt
subjected during the past
year l any "act of physical vio-f
ilenf" by, a student.
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ciier kicboi i
ijx.j aaia uwy ncrsonauT nou

ivioiem auaca i
ia their achoa.
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The Marines hit the beach at FtJSan
Lorenzo toddy to open the biggest mili

tary maneuvers ever
Rio Grande. i.

Simulated atomic bombs, supersonic
fiahtfrQ ftnA ft : riplirnntAt AnvolAhmaiif

. . . .: iiviivwrtvi:: VlllblupillWlll
of Gatun dem hiahliahted todavV finhf-

i, n ; f
ina. i ;'.'"' t 1 'H.i"
Whistling jers, roaring dive-bombers and a simulat simulated
ed simulated naval bombardment from the task force gathered off
the landing area, provided many of the highest-ranking

i ....
imiie or arom'c warrare
'. Ranking local officials
Panama's President Ernesto

ii iurr arricers in Lnrin amarirn uirn n rAnvmrinM

nal Zone s Gov. William t.' Potter. ;
r f Among the remainder1 of the official guests scram scrambled
bled scrambled egg and fruit salad was strewn as thick as at a Sunday-School
picnic. rl', :rh--:: -.-n.U

0peritiqr';;C4rih-Ei; :--$WS:!r '
thi:WplrtaWllHnftv'-the ariarna Canal Avi at
last be rid 'of a merlic which atruclr Marrh ? uhu ....

krufwn to several isthmians.

suHanepusjamphiblous assaults on the1, Pacific, and

Atlantic aides..;,: ;
' Nine waves of .Marines' chug chugged
ged chugged ashore in perfect weather
and sea conditions today at Red
Beach, across the Chagres from
Ft San Lorenzo.
Before them A -bombing and
rocket and machlnegun strafing
by US Air Force Csnberra twin twin-Jet
Jet twin-Jet bombers, Marine Corps Fury
(the Air Force calls them Sa Sabres)
bres) Sabres) supersonic -fighters. d
Marine, Corps propeller-driven
Skyraiders had softened up the
beach. .'
Also it was assumed that a
Marine raiding party had, land landed
ed landed from a submarine the night
before and cased the area,
i Frogmen went to work clear clearing
ing clearing the underwater obstacles
close inshore. r
As the frogmea were an
scooped back into their boat
and headed back to the task
force, an underwater explosion
treated spectators to a versioa
of Niagara Falls hung oa sky skyhooks,
hooks, skyhooks, the underwater obsta obstacles
cles obstacles were presumed demolish
- ed, and operation Carib-Ez
was under way.
Also presumed was that the
enemy, neavuy pounaea iroin
the air, was not able to. give
much trouble to the task force,
which stood close inshore with without
out without having to provide more than
desultory fire.
Tactical atomic bombs appar apparently
ently apparently dampen the enthusiasm of
enemy batteries.
' The Aggressor was assumed to
have established himself on the
west bank close to the Gatun
locks, and was severely threat threatening
ening threatening potter's prospects of beat beating
ing beating the records for transits and
tolls established last montn.
The Marines undertook tq keep;
th canal solvent
Each wsve hit the beach on
time, and moved straight on in-
Analvsia of renbes bv type ef
school district showed the- highest
incidence of serious misbehavior,
including attacks oa teachers, in
congested city areas.
The number of teachers report reporting
ing reporting their students "exceptionally
well behaved" was highest in sub suburban
urban suburban school districts where living
conditions were rated "Shore sv-
erage or very good.
Next to poverty and eheially
environment m city alums.
teachers listed as main causes ef
i .'.Kkn-Ln- "MWMmnBihl

parenu- -'brokea bom..andWa-y f vi
:L JLV! SSTnlSi twcarr?m? ti.

mnuru.ii u.j .
1IH1 UUS arHrlim wa,( fir-
'keeping thesa away trom boaaav.

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held south of the
it vviiiuibiiivi iu.r
. t ,,-.,
among the spectators were
de la Guardia Jr. and the Ca
n frori''.fti. i
land, the opposition did not flaw
It was as the Canberras were
softening up the beach that the
four F-100C Super Sabres report reported
ed reported overhead from Foster Air
Force Base, Texas. ...... .
The immediate beach area
was crowded with strafing air aircraft
craft aircraft Even ; with aerial refuel refueling,
ing, refueling, the gas-greedy Super-Sa-bres
could not wait, around too
long. .,...' .i .: r. r- :
The exercise I controller as as-slgaed
slgaed as-slgaed them a secondary tar-
. get at Gatan Dam. They work worked
ed worked this over thoroughly aad
headed for home. Their mis mission
sion mission Involved a 4000 mle, aon aon-stop
stop aon-stop flight evidence enough
. of the far-ranging power of
US jet fighters.
There is another 4000-mile ex exercise
ercise exercise to come Friday, when the
Super-Sabres will be down again,
to participate in the Rio Hato
phase of Carib-Ez.
As the tank-supported Marines
swept inland through the Jungle
from the beach, helicopters from
the carrier Leyte, biggest ship
of the task force, could be seen
(Continued en Page 10)
Influenza Delays
Departure For US
LONDON, April 24 (UP) Th
Archbishop of Canterbury post post-tinned
tinned post-tinned his scheduled departure
for the United SUtes today be-
ci use of an attack of lnfluerta.
The most Rev. Dr. Geoiirey
Francir Fisher still expects to
participate in ceremonies mark marking
ing marking the founding ot the first
permanent English settlement
In America at Jamestown. Vs..
next month.
His chaplain said the arch archbishop
bishop archbishop probably would be well
enough to make the flltht this
weekend. Dr. Fisher will be 73
on May & ..
mmmtmrn HraBWaaasraaaWraaM Maw NaaaaSa
Want 10,000, V
Recruits ; ;;
WASHINGTON," April 24 (Cm
The Marine Corps announce
. ir
, .
.'fiscal year beginning Jul L




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r' Can "human dignity" exist in the Army? In a recent letter,
the Army .was called "a etudy In tyranny and arrogant injus-
tlce." Can anything be done about it? Perhaps "Paul Bevtxe"
answered this question when he stated that "the Army cannot
be a democracy." It cannot be a democracy because it is-the

Creation of fear; ana fear Is relieved by security, not by free

dom. Human dignity and the rights of American citizens will

always nesacrincea as long; as; the ynited states lives in iear,

. We should be thankful that we are not -citizens of Russia

In that country, until recently, fear was such a powerful force

that everyone was mobilized There was no such thing as a "Civ

Jlian," according to the way we Americans understand the term.

In Russia, there was only one significant institution, the Com

munist Party. Members of the party ran the army, industry.

and every otner pnase oi Russian lire. The party was the gov

eminent, and all property belonged to the government. Citizens

and party members did not elect the men who ruled them. Ceh

tralization of power was the standard practice. In the United

States Army, all property belongs to the government. Officers

are not elected by tne men below them, and all power is absb

r lutely centralized. We Americans only mobilize a few of our num

ber in a totalitarian mannen But as long as we fear invasion
and conquest, we must maintain a group of people who will
fight and die. These people will fight and die only if, at the
crucial moment, they are under rigid authoritarian control. This

croup of people must be kept ready for that crucial moment

That is, they must be kept under rigid authoritarian eontrol

Can we get rid of the fear that drives us to maintain an

army, pay exorbitant taxes, live in a maze of security checks,

and suffer other irritations? Must we allow the power of the

federal government to become more monstrous every minute

wun its multiplication or aipnaoet agencies, witn its attempt to
dominate everything from shipbuilding to medical care In the
, name of national security, and with its monolithic propaganda

apparatus which can construct a Big Brother" in a matter of

weeks? Must we continue to create the conditions in which

dictatorship can .thrive, a dictatorship which gives us "three
squares and a flop," "sex and soma," or "bread and games" in

return for our freedom?


1 We can eliminate this fear, and we can eliminate its- crea

ture, the Army. Consider the nasty life the people of, say, New

York City would lead if each man lived in mortal rear or his

neighbor. Everyone would carry weapons. A man Would be com compelled
pelled compelled to post members of his family as guards and sleep with

a snotgun Dy nis side, crime would De tne order or tne oay
ten thousand times more crime than occurs In that city today.

in short. New York city would nardiy exist 11 each man lived

in mortal fear of his neighbor. The people solved thl problem.

They elect a group of men to pass laws establishing punish
mi ments-for crimes, and these elected representatives also hire
people to enforce the laws, the police., with this social inveii inveii-,V
,V inveii-,V tion, the people of New York City are capable of living with each
f. other, Perhaps each man .realises that his neighbor has hot

changed at heart. But each man is now confident that a me me-,
, me-, chanfsm has been established which will give him reasonable

; Tirnr.pft.inn flcrnlnsf. nis nplirhrmr. H nn inmrpr fnrrpn rn Mr

.ft 'Bleeping, with a shotgu&toeslde his bed. 5 f f,r
' nr. 'i1.j..m. nMiMkV .... m ... i I., mi

Germany Japanese, Chinese, etc. by following a Similar proce procedure.
dure. procedure. The Russians and others will not have changed at heart:

they will still be mean and greedy, but we Will not be so afraid
of them that, as a nation, we will sleep with a shotgun by our
side,- We can create a social mechanism which will eliminate

our mortal fear, and, thus, our need for the Army


' n

An international inspection and police force- should be estab established,,
lished,, established,, responsible to the United Nations General Afsembly. The
United Nations Charter should be amended so that the powers
of the United Nations are greatly reduced: that is. the United

Nation should be limited to discussion of disarmament and the
maintenance of disarmament. The inspection and police force
fthoUld supervise the gradual and simultaneous disarmament of
all countries. For example, all nations would reduce their forces
by ten per cent a year to a certain level. Once disarmament) has
been accomplished, the attempted manufacture of atomic wea wea-pdhs,
pdhs, wea-pdhs, and the possession of conventional arms beyond a certain
amount, by a nation., would be a crime. Those individuals di directly
rectly directly responsible would be arrested by the U.N. police force.
The U.N. police force now in Palestine could be the nucleus of
the disarmament police force. And Europe could be used as a

trial disarmament area.

Many people may say that all this Is Impossible. Perhaps
it is Impossible. But if you believe it is impossible, don't tripe
about the Army. American soldiers are treated better than those

or any other country. If you think It is Impossible, and you are
not willing to work for It by doing such things as writing to
your congressmen, then you are a hypocrite if you attack the
Army. If it were not for the Army. Russian troops would be
parading through our cities at this moment. It Is easv to com complain
plain complain destructively: it is more difficult to think constructively,
If we want to stop creeping totalitarianism In our midst, if we
want to avoid the horrors of a war between nations armed to
the teeth, then we should seriously consider universal disarma disarmament
ment disarmament supervised by the United Nations.
A Two-Year Cltiien Soldier.


So1 the' muscle-man nn in .n.

je witness chair says how lie
knew the other bov wr is Man.

ed as the dice, f.verv tim ; thv

ftkncu mp uid cuoes aner a -snake-

eyes or a natural, tkey had to bend
over and their hnlstar chnArf

A.T Jl w

w wig nas a real guys and dolls
touch, this stuff out of the Scran Scran-ton,
ton, Scran-ton, Pa.w hearings, sod fnay make

a very ninny movie nut a

grim picture it is.

xue witness says mat : live or

six ot tne coys came In from-Jer.

sey to placate some construction

contractor. Ana there's little stir in

the countryside, mavh wan

everyBodv is waitine for th return

personal appearance of Dave Beck
with big tales of big money. But

neck wnt the only storv the Sen.

ate is trylifg to tell.' The Senators'

wo reauy begins with its digging
in the hard-coal city of Scranton
for here is the real tract on terra

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m moot relations.

As it all unfolds the Senate ma
'r to ask members of Its Sma

Businessmen's Committee to sit in

lor me real victims are the thou

sands of families who unsophisti unsophisticated
cated unsophisticated believe in the "American
traditibn" and try to earn their
bread and butter out of family
stores, shops, gas stations, and the
like. ;

There it such a Scrantort faml faml-ly.
ly. faml-ly. Irrey call themlv Schia Schia-vl,
vl, Schia-vl, but their name i legion
truly an American legleri of help.
Iet people. The tchitvl ran
pin bakeshop. They put, the
name Sonny Bey en the window.
They eperafed It by themaelvet.
The union said oin. They ttld
they couldn't afford td. Ariyway,
they had no outside employes.

The terror started. The husband

and wife were kept awake all night

by foul mouthed telephone calls.

They couldnt eat out of sheer
fright. They lost 35 pounds and 25

pounds each. Their, bread was bit

ter with tears. ;1 '

They had ho prte W Whom they

could turn though their place Was

stink-bombed and tne boratKossers

thought it all verv funnv.

The Senate committee files are

jammed with 28,000 letters of "le

gitimate" complaints, many of
them detallihe similar tales of

such terror of the night. One-man

gat stations are approached by

phony union business agents."
The owner is told td pay his dues
and initiation feel. Maybe" he gets

up the $23. But -that's just the be

ginning, if he doesm ante up a

gain, his pump burns Or a brick

goes inrougn nis winaow.

Unlilht bigger companies and

contractors, the little fellow can't

afford to tak te payoff out of run

ning expenses. He pays until he

closes down.

Across the country there ark one

man trucking "companies." the

lamuy goes into nock to buy I
small truck and they clek un cus

tomera who' want supplies ot eggs,
or produce,' or soft drinks: Along
comet a union and says, yorjblh.

These are not workers, t B e y are
small u1ne9men.

Th union wanti their due and

Initiation feet. If the union utt
did a st let eky that would be Itt
privilege. But It gettt tough.

There t aawiine poured on per.

Ithablet. Bottled are breken, Tlr Tlr-ere
ere Tlr-ere tltthed. Sugar It ponrtd
Into the gtt tank ot truck.

the tmtll butlnessmehTisy no

one to help them. They cant Ven
afford ltwvers. They are hot un

der the national labor board' ju

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WASHINGTON-- You can write! Security committee together
it down as almost certain that Con. commiifeo .n,m..i ut.ile

gres will demand an investigation
of the cabineteer closest to Ike
Secretary pf the Treasury George
Humphrey, as a result of th tax

concessions given to the Arabian-

American oil Co.
The following events and circum

stances make the demand inevlt
ablei j .

1 Secretary Humphrey" did not

dispose ot. ms. stock in the M.A.
Hanna Co. when he took office and

inis company is now revpHlpd ; tn

owh $26,885,722 of Standard Oil of

n.j. stock, standard of N.J. a 30
per; cent owner if Aramco, greatly
benefited from Humphrey's Inter Internal
nal Internal Revenue Service tax ruling, ,5

js- At the same time Aramco

was getting, this favorable ruling
lA- one- foreign-country.-- f!vrn- Fa-

ton has informed senators that his

i.aDraaor.ore firm got a discrimin

atory tax ruling in another pmintr

Eaton is in competition with Hum.

pnrey a nuge T A. Hanna ore 6-

perations Labrador: and ha in.

formed senators that Humphrey's-

DHice couectea taxes from his
company which should hav hen

waived; under a tax treaty with

Canada banning double taxation.
3 The Counsel Of the Treasury

wiw passes on uiese matters for

riumpnrey is primarily a ppUU-

cian. xrea v.. aenpner nas been
serving at counsel for the ftenuh-

ulhii nauunai commiiree at tne

tame identical time he served as
general counsel of the Treasury.

This is unprecedented. Scribner

has now been promoted to be
assistant secretary of the Treasu

ry. :--'Wjr vv. i::fh'i-' I

Hooray;, For .Tourists


I r ... i r i. A ..'in

risdiction. They fear going

oolice, lest they be spotted


And when they're In the union

and trying to make out, despite the

added expense, they sometimes

find themselves taught between

two crowds, each claiming "juris

diction." They arrive to open the
store or load their trucks and

there are pickets. They get a call

teiung mem uie picaeis can db re removed
moved removed for a small sum. Only it's
not to small to the email business businessman.
man. businessman. So he pays off rather than
see- his business dwindle even
lame f the Senate committee
member ere appalled by alt thl
terror. They went Immediate ac action
tion action from the APL-ClO. With the
lid-ripping ot the Scranton ttew ttew-pot
pot ttew-pot the Senators are beginning to
question the vahie ot the AFL.

CIO cede!

Sine it hss been my iohd for

tune, over I considerable number

of years, td have traveled exten

sively and to have lived in a hea

vy portion of other people's real
estate, I am beginning to wonder

u everybody (m y t e l f inc

isn't a bit toe mockingly severe

on the tourist.' v y

It's awfully easy to be funny at
the expense of people who have
saved painstakingly for what ii

uieiy to be their. one and only ad

venture in braving a foreign land.

a strange language, and even more

peculiar local customs.
"Tourist" to Europe with consi

derable unia rness has become al almost
most almost synonymous ; witn "Ameri

can" and "tucker."

In soma countries. France an.

daily, the-' "tourist"' is treated
with a contempt surpassing; rude rudeness."''"'
ness."''"' rudeness."''"' "V '. 'vi' ". v

The word "tourist trab" hat

come to mean tome dive Where

the accomodations,' entertainment
amHood la tfU only' for the short;
time travlesw ftf -io b:iws Jt Jt-The
The Jt-The "U-tD" it s h n rf ft e d varfd

sneered1 at by the Natives. and .e-

ven more to by the habitual ex

patriates, who affect a shudder

when their own touring comni-

triots are mentioned. These latter

poseurs, even When they can pay
their bills, weary me.
The tourist, poor fellow, sticks
out in the crowd. He eant help it.

because he Is festooned with cam cameras,
eras, cameras, buys postcards.? compares

prices, it apt to be unrestrained

when confronted with the local al alcohols,
cohols, alcohols, and mon or lest constant constantly
ly constantly refers to the difference between

and I some fleabag in Paris, France,

and nit favorite naunt in the Out

skirts of Pittsbureh. U.S.A.

there it n6 difference, between 'people he loathct

iAwefclljJ1,tfci0?f eriwould be patheticftUy Judicroiis
man in France, the Swiss in For- figure, prone to -panic- .5-

TVne ,ngUsPman s,a,ft- fU of y comfort to the
it they seem -rude, noisv. and confuseH travaihr th t..

cieriev the condescending guldi,
the aloof head waiter i nt. tn

Know uttie' more English thah the
shy tourist' knows of a foreigh

The fact9tuhis all speak a cer certain.
tain. certain. "hotel Engksh," but try a
question such as i "Would yrin

ommend that we wait until Alx eh
Provence before buying gloves and

aupsiuute an extra aay in Aries
chasing -snails ? 'I m ; v -i i-,.
Thn ansurer Is him in Va. I',i(

of course v madam, the ; a d y's

rwom js io tne ieit. tne car is

waitmg 5 to take vofl to TMaianti

cnasse fle nnt ra-hfoh k b m.

sin owns) and tae hat the 1 halls
done in the saloh of -the hotel."'

All I know is, I get along better

u cranes witn my babt French

than I do in EnElish.-and t abiUk

Spanish, in. Italy and do ribn.

. --' --

&1qfJw h6 American tourist

onen xurgeis is mat fie is a pret

ty big mad or he wouldn't: be

4 The' counsel of Internal Re

venue who initially nasses on these

matters is Nelson' Rose, a member
of the, Cleveland' law' firm which'

represents the MJV, Hanna Co,

nan gooa reason to know that t
would stir : up another ho-:
nest m American Canadian r
tion if they .released th, it..

Norman, data, i .T.T -Ji
Further, the State Depart m
had good reason to know the c:
age .tO pur: important-relations v
Canada. ;. ....
Finally the' Canadian

takej with more than a large i -a
of salt the official note of -m-At

secretary of state Chris H e r t e
that .the EiSvJhower adminisliDfi,
cannot contrtl a Senate commute
For Canadians recall that rt

not the Senate but amemt r
the Eisenhowi f! cabinet, attorney
general Brownell. who made tv

first security breach regardin? c
nada in the Harry Dexter i,4.

' .They also recall that it W n
later than; last ummtr that th
President Jhlmtelf, plut Brownell,
refuted to give the Hou Gov Gov-ernmant
ernmant Gov-ernmant Operation committee
under Congressman Jack Lr ks
f Texa, certain data eord,np
the Nicer contract in Cuba ana
the pert played in it award byt
COP chalrrran Len Hall I
. Thin infArmntinn was uritlil.a1.'

jbecause it was embarrassing t

cnairman ntih on me eve .ot an e
lectioni campaign,
That's why Canadians "crfh't heli
figuring that American politics i
more important to the Eisenhowet
administration than relations wit:

us northern neighbor. -. .

Congratulationt ; to Cofisfessmarf

Chet Holifield of California fot
broceeding with the investigation
for assistant secretary of defense

Kooert. mpp Boss after Senator

Mccieilad dropped it. Holifit'ld Wi

Rose did not nenmv this nntfitinn iprobably bring about cancelMloi

when the Aramco .tax. benefit was!0 $834,000 of Ross family contract!

tugal, the' Englishm an in SAaih.

If they Seem rude, noisy, and
appear to tr vel forever in flocks.

it is because they are Uncertain,
frightened, r-erawed, by 'the fah fah-guage
guage fah-guage barfier. CoWed hy the tour

ist agencies, wary of the water,
ewhfused by the ctrrrehcy and. aft after!
er! after! bit.f-sick and tired 'nrKninat

taken for pigeons by every hustler

wno popsour or a greasy alley.
1 The average tourist is somehndv

who has -a ved and scrimped for

a wiGj mng .at foreign pastures,
WB) Is travllln bd a budget, and
Whd must Back 'all the- hlar-M nH

seniations into two or three Weeks
of freneoe sightseeing and direct directed
ed directed activity.'''-''
Why shouldn't he tsrrv' a catrt-l

bra to snap the Coliseum and the
Are de Tfidmphe?-: f -Why

t6 tena to the fellows at fhe bfflce
and to Aunt Giissie? '-.- 'i:.-.

: ufl -' .w i k .1.-: f.'M-n ikrf

WhyiMouldrif aaV'ebnSA ''

iy when tome sniv trie ti

thim'f worthiest' gimeraeki'ijuPio

times its -vaiue; wne weer him toither af alt.

OK'd. However, his brother, Chap

ma Rose, alse a member of the
firm hahdlihg M. A. Hanah's leaal

work, Was' assistant secretary of

tne neasury anu one of the closest

men to Humphrey, The tax conces

sion to Aramco permitted that com

pany to pay taxes td King Saud in instead
stead instead of a similar amount to hirfi
in royalties. This tave Aramco a a-bout
bout a-bout 4X00,000,000 a year and itt par

ent companies,, including Standard

or jniJ, about im.mi.OW. : i

The Interesting fact Which tena-

clip joints and Barasserhlm can-

stadtly on the streets;1 itf the barsJseedy types who tneer When they

nuu .icjLaunim auu snupa;
To me, the greatest airtners a-

gainst tne tourist although they

are necessary evils are come of

tnt conducted tours, with cynical
tour-leadera who treat their, wards
Ilka cattle, only sneer at their
pardohable Ignorance and bark at
them as if the; were delinquent

cnuuren iet loose ior a oavs nut.

ing. ; - .,,
Tha iim natlvM -niMi ill

down lfl his phrple tult and' ifunny

accept in tne nome town of the

while guiding,

He is a bigger man than thl

take bis mdnevi he is hletrer thurt

tne supercilious nead waiter i who
bows, scranet and accents ItcuHa

for tips.

All hi has td rM Ik remm W

thtrt yoH dont tee your tormentor

rubbernecking j yelloWstohe,
checking into the Shamrock, pity pitying
ing pitying the wheel at Vegas, betting oh

tne norset at Miami or buying an

tiques on 'new xora t Third
nue. : .. :. v ..
Even witH your money,
ean't afford it.



Labor's noaiUon. as Georae Met- comln xu"1

ny recently put rt. is that there are

over 80,600 local unions. The AFL-

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CIO .can't police them all, aay the

labor chiefs, if tney can t, men

there will be lawt. say the Sena

tort. No lett a friend of labor than

former .President Harry Truman

believe the time net come to pro

tect the people from character

who are not Damon Runvon-type
guyt 4ut whe are retlly tough

The Scranton taga win ttir more
ictioA than Beck'a bankrolling.

. . i-

; r 'j &

a "Busidessmsd'a administration"

to give the U.S. postil service its

only "lost weekend" in History.

But restortuon oy tongresa ot

the 40-odd millions of, dollar to

run the Pott Office Dept. iuu time

from now to hext June M by no

mean solves the problem for the

sap ail Rates


it- :,


Nor should anyone xtt the idea

that restoration of this money will

S.!! !?-?, i S0?,e:..W?ervicItnf hat been consider

uiau rates uas laiieo vim
hold. I -'
The only good that can come but
oi the curtailed postal service
tnafu, therefore, it that it may
make Congress and the public rea realise
lise realise that mail rates must be h

! creased bver the long haul, to per-
4k. on V.-L. I J ....

uiik uin i w iu ureat, evcu auu cut
budget deficits.
Legislation is how before Con Congress
gress Congress to increase first, second and

enable the PO to break even U"Jjthlrd eltst mail rate to brini in

. .

" 11


pear, it will thow an esumatea

deficit of over half a billion dol

lar. That Is. postal receipts from

thl tale of stamps will lack that

much of paying PO eostt.
For next tear this deficit will be

850 million dollars. The principal

reason la that 473 million dollars'

worth of new costs are being pil

ed on the postal service. This is

done by act of Congress without

any increase la postal receipts.
Par Increases of 207 million win

go into effect Fringe beaef itt will

add another si mi mon. uoTera-

tnent contribution to p e a 1 1 o a
fundi will take 132 million more.

Railway mail pay will go up 28

million. And new equipment no

provide) more service for a grow

ing ovulation and expanding eco

nomy Will COSt million.

Tii cut are mere Beginning iia

urei. If railroad get anotner in

ert te for hauling tnau.ana u

Dcndinc nay and fringe benefit ln-

rsr r j .-.

creaset are npprovew. ,'

deficit could be 100 mimon aouars
more, or still more. , ;


aitnatkm which Poatm titer Gener General
al General Arthur Summer-field .hat come
bp with it to raise postal rates to

make the PO Dept. aen-sustaming.
He bat bea worn mending this

for four rtn, a his predeces

sors nd before mm.

Coniren hn alwart reruteo to

hov thi Lne. The idea that the

postal acTTic ttculd be aubsidite

an. estimated ZS million' dollars

in the red. '

SINCE THE EIO hullabaloo S

vet the weekend curtailment of

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L0NG LIVE .'Vrrancoi e
Ledermann, U.ifefrtef. gar a
lovely smile efer being c "-co
"QTtren of Alasce" in t co:or

ful ceremon in Paris. She

weera traditidaal AlsaUaa cot-


pie guff put out about how much
better WStern:5 Eurnnean- oontil

services are than our service. The
contention -is that the European
get more deliveries per day ,tnd
that their services, pay their bwrt
The facts of this tituation i are
that in half a dozen western Euro European
pean European countries Belgium, France.
Germany, .Norway, Sweden and
Swltterland letter mail eoata

from 4.2 to 4.1 cents-. This is near

ly oo per cent more than the U.S.
letter mail rate. y ;
, These countries all have smaller
area to serve and shorter dis

tances to haul their mail than in
the United States. Their tiles
range from Belgium 12,000

square 'muet to France't 212,000.
The U.S., with over three million
square miles, it nearly 15 times
larger than France. ... .

S. postal costs, fcowever, it the
difference in pay scales for postal
employes. European letter ctrriert
get from $1,200 a year in Germa.

ny to a little over $l,goo in Swed Sweden
en Sweden and Swltterland.
The average VS. mailman gets
$4,400 a year. Thi la hue nav it

does not cover uniform allowance,
13 to It daya leave a year. 13 dan

cumulative tick leave a rear.

and a pension. . ,

A. U.S. postman can retire At

age 60 after 15 years' service, orj
after five years if disabled. A
mailman retiring at o after 30

years' service get $2,300 a yean

pension more than the European
postman gets for working.
Since 1H5, all Ui.twifta! eojts
bsre gofie up from 115 o 2Sfi rr

cent, for a total cost of I.M billion

dollars, in this period postal rate
have been ril tn hrin in a.

Jditional revenues of only 275 mil mil-Jlion
Jlion mil-Jlion dollars.
R's no way to run a business.

tors have dugrup is that the con

tract -between Saudi Arabia and

Arameo provided that Arabia
should not impose a tax ot any
kind on Arameo. f (-
-Yef to aeve Aremee money, it
wet arranged In 1954 that it
thovld pay an Income tax to King
Saud if the expense of the Trea Treasury
sury Treasury Department,- where George
Humphrey hat aworn to be a vi vigilant
gilant vigilant tax collector. -,.-
"There are V couple of backstage

factors the public doesn't know a a-bout
bout a-bout which makes the Canadians

sore as, blazes over Ambassador

Norman's suicide and the leak Of

the Senate Internal, Security comr
mittee. ; '"'.; J

The Canadian government re-

merrbers all too. vividly. hew the
same Senate committee adobted

the f ame leak tactics back in 1934

and how a protest was lodged with

M'v (7taio xrcpai iiiicui. .
The man who best remetabers it

is the No. 2 man in the Ctnadian

gtventment. Lester Pearson, min

ister of foreign affairs.- Ha rernem

bers it because the leak involved


Back In 1951. Elizabeth Bentley,

the cdnfessed Communist agent,

testified to Senate agents that she

had received some Canadian in

formation of which Lester Pearson

had been the source.

. Later, in 1954, .when attorney
aeneral Brownell dug thb dust-cov

ered Harry Dexter White matter
out It Justice Department filet for

political purposes, he made pub

lic a letter supposedly written by;

a high Canadian official.
.' All of thit made the Canadian
sore. The Canadian press ttorrrt ttorrrt-A
A ttorrrt-A uui tha Canadian eovernment

made it clear that publication of :
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tne letter til oreecn ey cwm cwm-donee.
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On top of this,' Senators Jenner
and McCarthy, proposed bringing
Igor Gouzenko the former Rus Russian
sian Russian code clerk,' to Washington to

testify in a inbve interpreted by

Canadians as armed at emnarras-

smg foreign minister Pearson.
fiThe witch huntlna blabber,
meutht of tK Xmited Stetet, Stetet,-commealtod
commealtod Stetet,-commealtod the Toronto S t a r.
"are apparently after Letter
Pearson." . ;;-''' '-r
Havlfig known how Cknada re re-actiA
actiA re-actiA in the 6'st, tehatort on the

McClellan : also' dropped t h

probe of Nixon't tampaign manag

er jviurray unouner, just as it
interesting v.s' Dave Beck ha
structed his lieutmants to "find

best lawyer in: New York'! to re4

present him in his forthcoming bat-l

uo' witn the, ArTU-cio ... He's aH

ready picked one of the best publics

relations ; men, David Charnay ..J

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memoers oi tne visiting rousn aei

egatiori have told Senator ,Hum-

iphrey of Minnesota that they are
afraid to go home if they fall to

bring back substantial American

aidsTheir failure, they fear, would
restore the tough Satjin faction of
the Communist Party to power in
Poland, after which they would be
sent to concentration camp for

"collaborating" with the United
States. 'y-

stand for flowers and French
Singer" Suzanno Bernard sup-,
plies the grace note In thia
floral ensemble. Reason tor the-

-fldral elegabce? She'a hottesi

for' the International Floweri
Show at New Tofk'S Coliseum. '.





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Wednesday; Aran, it, .1957.

An vurnv t imrn nt

(left) and.Lt. Col. Morrta'J. Naudw, (right), Quarry Heights post commander Col. Henry
Is one of a group of Marine officers who atten ded umpire school- In preparation for this
. week's Exercise Carlb-Ex., Sgt. John R. Black mar. (center), jness sergeant" of :i the Quarry
Heights mess hall, serves. - (U.S. Army Photo 1,

SP3 jyi DUEX,: (far right).
the f ir projector in the CFN

The scouts tourM CFN studios recently as part of
,u.ored by th- L' Army Caribbean.11 '"
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CFN Radio nd 1 elevlsion
television control room
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director, "explain"1 the functions' of

group of Canal Zohe Explorer

a career and vocational ;.confe pdnfterettoWra
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Frvt special soups from Campbell
...thanks to freezing
W mean, very special, soups.
Soups you probably never in -th
world expected to get In
, prepared form. ; '
. Only freezing mokes jt pos-

sible for Campbell's to bring v

z&l mem re yw nww, win iicthij
captures and holds fh delicacy

and temperamental flavors of
these .truly great soups. So be
prepared for something very H
special r


Comic In Cad
Gets SS Check,
Gives It Away
HOLLYWOOD (UP)- Comedian
Eddie Cantor' and his wife, Ida,
who was- wearing an expensive
sable fioie, appeared in a chaul-feur-driven
Cadillac Monday !, to
collect a $323.40 social security
check from the government.
The veteran singer-actor, one of
the top money-makers in the. en
tertainment world, said the check
would be donated to the Surprise
Lake camp for boys in New York
where he went 53 years ago this
summer and sane his'first softer
" Cantor received the check at the
Hollywood' branch of the : Social
ocvuiiLjr nuiiiutiatiaiiuiL : vuv me
basis of his -having reached Jhe
age of 65 last Jan, 31. The check
covered Cantor' unemployment
during February and March.1 6
Cantor's monthly payments; pi
? 108. 50 are based ;on maximum
axable social security earnings of
$4,200 since 1954. His wile, who is
three months under 65, : receives
a reduced monthly benefit' of
$53.20. l-
Although social security records
are confidential, the comedian'1 in
sisted in making the event public
so millions of people will know
they are eligible for old ge in-
surance payments, not. based on
need but earned as a insured
right." ,
Police Grab Man Ax
Spouse Photographs
Mail Box Radar Eye
JACKSbN,, Miss. (UP)-A feder-1
al official said today he was ar
rested ind charged with illegal
parking when his wife .attempted
to take a picture of a radar eyeJ
co-"--'e" nerarn a man dox.
John Lee Gainey of Gulfport.
he, of uie public housing office
for south Mississippi, said he post
ed $100 bond pending trial on ine
charge'in justice of the peace
court May 3. -, c , 1
Gainey said he and his wife
Were driving at a legal rate of
speed Monday near; uattiesourg
When he noticed the 'radar trap"
concealed by the mail box. A high highway
way highway patrol car was parked nearby.
Gainev turned his .car' around so
his wife could eet a picture of it,
and a patrolman arrested him for
illegal parking. ;
: He auoted the patrolman as ac
cusing him of "sticking your hose
in our business oy jamng yic
Gaidey was,, taken to Forrest
County. Justiceto the Peace Oscar
Fiuiogame.. uamey aaiq oe mu.j
tan recorder Tand tried to record
the trial proceedings but was
stop his- car and tha a patrolman
said-even it M did not ne was
violating the Jaw by driving less
than 30 miles per hour. -, .-
"I think they call it

- JOSE PADILLA art no longer employed by ABER ABER-"
no retponsibility for. tranaactionf maoVby them.
Alt collectiont of our .'.ccounts? muct bo made
- directly to ABERNATHY, S.,A. j V
lf Z ABERNATHY, Sr A. i .--.'i.
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White Bus Rider
Fined $50; Used 7
Wrench', Oh Negra
31-year-old white man was fined
$50 in city recorder's court here
Monday for striking a Negro wom
an with a wrench during an argu
ment over a seat in a city bus.
James Grice was fined after
City Judge Eugene Loe found him
guilty of- a s s a u 1 1 and battery.
Grice, now free under $100 bond,
said lie will appeal. 1
; i Grjce -and 1 three Negro women
were arrested here last week after
a scuffle on the integrated bus.
The' three Negroes signed assault
warrants against .Grice and he, m
turn, signed a counter warranty
,'Grici' testified he cave his seat
to a white woman and. then asked
a Negro woman, Josephine Boldin.
19. ,to move to the rear ot the dus.
He said the woman slapped him.
Miss Bolding said Grice struck
her; with a "monkey wrench"
when, she refused to move.,;
f' .Tiidifft Lne: said he did not base
his decision on any Supreme Court
ruling but fined Grice because
"the evidence clearly showed
Brice provoked a disturbance."
Betty ;yurnQuist. finds that,
weather conditions on Spring
Street,, in Minneapolis,. Minn.,
typuy, the,, late spring storms j
tht hayesprad record anowsii-
Lor this,, ,imeplftytv vsramfu
1 tTrmat 1MB, it mAir4 ttufta
e4;R0cky Mountaih"fWttes.l. i
iplague tw!tcity dwellertthe!
snows promise respite from i
years-long drought conditions
in sonie areas. -..-.
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OLIVER RICHARDSON, (center, seated), demonstrates the complex workings of a telephone
switchboard to a group of canal Zone Explorer Scouts. The scouts toured the U.S. Army, tele telephone
phone telephone exchange at Corozal recently as part oia career and. vocational. conference srjonsored
bv the U.S. Army Caribbean, '-r (U.S. Army Photo)

Brainff Announces
US-Colombia Flight
Via Panama, Miami
Braniff International Airways
will inaugurate air service, be between
tween between "the U. S. and Bogota, Co
lombia., on May 16.' Xhas. E
Beard, president of the company
annnunred todav. .
, Braniff will become the first U.
S. airline to link the capitals of
Colombia and the TJ." S. following
the. recent sighing of the bilateral
air treaty between the two coun
tries. ";. ',
Three round trips weekly ., be
tween Bogota and New York via
Panama, Miami and: Washington
will initiate the new air route. By
an interchange agreement with
Eastern Air Lines, Braniff has
throutrh Diane service from New
York .and Washington to LaUn A A-merica
merica A-merica with the flight operated
by Eastern personnel between New
York and Miami.
Fliehts will leave New York
each Monday, Wednesday and Fn
Hav for Boaota at" 10 p.m.. arriv
ing there the following day at 10
a.m. Departure time from Wash Washington'
ington' Washington' is 11:30 p.m and Miami
3:15 a.m. Northbound schedules
leave Bogota on Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday at 6 p.m. ar
.l. Jin 1 .; L.":
.JTn.n romhfnation yoe
ice with DC-6 planes, Braniff will
feature Dotn ursi Class ana wur wur-Ut.serviceon
Ut.serviceon wur-Ut.serviceon each ilight
51. Mary's Offers
Mf Door Prizes
Al Four-Day Fete ;
Workers for the annual charity
bazaar to be held at St. Mary's
Hall in Balboa next week had their
final meeting Monday night, and
dans were completed for he con
struction and decorating of the
many booths.
The bazaar will run four days,
Mav 1. 2. 3. and 4. with a special
session for the children on Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon from 1:30 to 4:30.
Free door prizes ,will be given
away each night, Including a round
trip to Costa Rica, two permanent
waves, four pizza pie dinners with
wine at the Atlas Club, a week weekend
end weekend at El Panama, two round
trios to David, a telephone call to
the States, one telegram in value
of J7.50 to anywhere in me worm,
and a coffee, table.
Italy Sends Envoy
To Plug Exhibits
At US Trade Fair
ROME. April 24 (UP) Foreign
Trade Undersecretary Paolo Tre Treves
ves Treves left here last night by plane
for New York to represent the
Italian Government at tomorrow's
Hilv Dav" at the U.S. World
'Trade Fair.
I Italian officials stressed the im im-'portance
'portance im-'portance ef the fair for Italy's ex-j
port drive to the dollar area. They
voiced hope that 'Italian exhibits
especially cars would help
boost Italian tales in the US. and
diminish Italy's dollar gap.
Treves also planned to confer confer-with
with confer-with Administration officials ia
Washington oa trade problems
with a view i expanding IUliaa
export to the U.S. He was sched scheduled
uled scheduled l return to Rome early next
month. .1
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Salem Young Folks"
To Present Drama
The-Young people's fnion of
Salem Mission Church will present
a two-act drama, tomerrew night
!it the-chapel e Third Street and
Central Avenue. It is an Easter
;plav entiUpd "The Lad."
I T drama gives a vivid picture
of the life Jesos Christ, the
Savionrof mankind. The miracle
of fiv loaves and twe assail fish fishes
es fishes will be portrayed.
T In addition to the drama, twn
well kMrm Gold Coast concert ar artiest
tiest artiest will contribute snnsical t-
terot. They are GrsnviTle Barrows,
hantone, end Mis Edith Mart Mart-land
land Mart-land no will ender a pno se-liectjoiw

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AF Marks Golden Anniversary;
Air Pioneers Proud Of Growth

Although the tinited States Air
Force was born only a decade a a-B6,
B6, a-B6, its ancestor, the Aeronautical
Division of the U. S. Army Signal
Corps, was established Augi 1, 19 19-07.
07. 19-07.
As a salute to the consistent
growth and development of air air-power
power air-power over the 50-year period, a
golden anniversary observance
will be acknowledged throughout
the USAF for the remainder of
this year. 1
The slogan for this observance
is: "1907 Golden Anniversary Anniversary-United,
United, Anniversary-United, States Air Force 1957."
; The golden anniversary of the
USAF is being sponsored by the
Air Force Association and will
be the theme of the annual AFA
convention to be held in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C, this summer.
The development of airpower is
worthy of observance since its
contribution to national security is
vital. Preserving freedom through
constant Combat readiness re
quires the employment of a supe superior
rior superior air (rv.
It is not nly in the, ileld ;of mil military
itary military strateev that the develop-

k St l;42 am. ment of. aeronautics plays W im im-L
L im-L ''p'' portant WW; btt also inbfoM'
pe'orserv- nd unlimited scope of global

transportation ana universal cum-
mumcation. But tne .progress in
U. Of Notre Dame
Club To Observe
Hospitality Hour
The Panama Canal Zone Univer
sity of Notre Dame Club will ob
serve universal Notre Dame night
Monday by holding a hospitality
hour and dinner banquet at the
Fort Amador Open Mess. The hos hospitality
pitality hospitality hour will start at p.m.
Each year the second Monday
after Easter is designated as the
get-together night for ail former
students and alumni of the Uni University
versity University of Notre Dame throughout
the entire world.
Former students and military
personnel who have moved into
this area since the last universal
night, are urged to contact the
club secretaries.
Reservations may be made by:
contacting John Pettingitl,. phone
Balboa 1853, or Leo J. Krziza,
phone Balboa 3064, or Larry Ro Ro-magosa,
magosa, Ro-magosa, phone Panama 3-4749. i

Keep your Money for Our Big SALE
1st in two years

I. L. MADl'RO Jr.
Member et "Cuentas Comerciales"

For You .
Motta's Annual Sale
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aeronautics experienced over the
past 50 years could not have been
possible ;without the contributions
of the air pioneers and the efforts
of every man working for a irpow
er progress. r
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Following bis briefing at Albrook Theater last nijht.Lt.
i tii Gen. Robert Montague. Commander in Chief, Caribbean
'Hi Command rave a reception at Quarry Heights' Officers'
m Club in honor of the official and official observer! of Excr. i
i else CARIBEX.
ISr The party was a atag affair in the form of a cocktail
' jjliffet. About 400 attended.

i Jrresldent's Wife

I tended the Canal Zone Junior
College. She was a member of

t fciturdav Delta Psi Omega, a national ara-

ii Mr. Fmesto de la Guardla Jr. I ma fraternity. Presently she is

iWUl Be Honored


(Still be a-uest of honor at a tea

'iftven by members of la Junta
iFemenlna de Beneficencia at the

Hotel El Panama from o uniu
Saturday evening.
Surprise Birthday Lunch
Hnnnn Ellen Baverstock

Mrs. Clinton Baverstoclc of
Balboa was guest of honor today
'. at ft no-hostess surprise birthday

luncheon hew in tne uaraen

Boom of the Tivoli Guest House,
nther ladles attending the af

fair were Mrs. Elmer G. Abbott,

Mrs. Harry L. Bach, Mrs. W. J.
Cronan, Mrs. Jens Nllsen, Mrs.
f G. carter Orr, Mrs. R. G. Rennie
and Mrs. Robert D. Wallace.
American Society
Will Hold Barbecue
At El Panama Pool
; The American society of Pan Panama
ama Panama is holding a barbecue,
swimming, tennis dance party at
tht Hotel El Panama Friday
Oight at 7:00.

Members, their wives and

prospective members are invit

emnloved at Base SuddIv. at Al

brook Air Force Base, Canal


Mr. Niskanen served two years
as a pilot in the United States
Air Force, after which ha trrad-

uated from the University of

Maine. At the oresent he is em

ployed with the Inter-American

Geodetic survey at Fort ciay


- No date has been set for the

wedding. i .

Engagement Announced
- Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson
Evans of Colon announce the en engagements
gagements engagements of their daughter Es Esther
ther Esther Margaret Reynolds of Cu Curundu,
rundu, Curundu, to Mr. Edwin Ralph Nis Niskanen
kanen Niskanen also of Curundu, son of
Mr. and Mrs. August Niskanen of
South paris Maine.
Mis Reynold graduated from
Cristobal High School and at-

Jim Wiley

Enjoys Skating
Birthday Party

col. and Mrs. Norman H. Wl

lev entertained with a skating

party at the Balboa Rollerdrome
on Monday. April 22, in honor of

weir son, jnn, on nia iutn pinn pinn-dav.
dav. pinn-dav. Guests included:. Paul and

Pam Batchellor. Mike and Mar

ney Bruce. Ricord and Lee Win-

stead, and Bobby Oerhardt. Fol

lowing the skating, the group
returned to the Wiley home in

Ancon for a barbecue.


I nterservice Talent
Show At YMCA Friday
An interservice talent show

nlanned for the Canal Zone Com

munity this Friday, April 26, at
the Balboa Armed S e r vices

YMCA-USO. The review to be
called The USOMllitary parade

of Talent, will include Air Force,
Army, Navy, and Marine talent,

aa oi wnom are volunteering

their services for the occasion

.The program, produced in co

operation witn military special



Services and Service Clubs, will
honor the theme "April is USO
Month." v
President i s enhower, USO
Huuuiay chairman, said "April
has been designated USO mouth,
isuiing -ihis wme, USO hopes to
make everybody more personally
concerned for our young people
in the Armed Forces and better

informed as to how they may
best serve theft interests."
The nuroose of this particular

snow is to bring togeuier oui
standing "' talent for the enjoy

ment of the local military and

wvuian, community.

Judge Guthrie F. Crowe will

be guest of honor and will give
the opening remarks. He will
then (.urn the program over to

the Master of Ceremonies S-Sfrt.

Jack Essex, of CFN radio aud

ceievuuon. jack wm introduce

which will run something like

this;' The interluces progress

lve Jaaz Combo, Army; Don

Xrumbeil, popular vocaOst, Air

Force: Bill Hardin and Gay Ma

pies. Dance team. Army: ward

Seim, Rock and Roll vocalist, Air

f orce; uari Mariyn, uance ana

vocal. Marines; The Blue Cats,

Modern instrumental Group, Ar

my;, uerrei jones, popular vocai
isi. Air Force: The cotton pick'

ers, Western swing group, Inter

service, juau soto, Baritone, at

my; D. W. Gwarek, Accordionist,

Air j'ore; vveity, popular vo

aiist. Navy; The Belvederes.

Modern vocal group, Army; Juan
Vela, Western voaiist, Air Force.

The program is open to the

puoiic ana will begin in the Y
auditorium at 7:30 p.m.

Rebekah Lodge

wm uoid card

Party Monday

The Rebekah Lodee No. 1 Bal

boa; C.Z. wiU hold a coffee and
card party Monday, April 29.

Tne Hostess wui oe Mrs. Inez


All proceeds win go to charity.

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engagement to Mr. Edwin Ralph Niskanen has been announc announced
ed announced Miss Reynolds is the daughter of Mr. and-Mrs. James
Jackson Evans of Colon. 1

THE QUARRY HEIGHTS LIBRARY recently mbved to a larger location. ; Inspecting the new
facilities are Ueft to right) Lt. Col. L. C. Wood, chief of Special Services, U.S, Army Carib Carib-bean:
bean: Carib-bean: Lt.Cc.1.. Morris J; Naudts, Quarry. Heights post commander; Mrs. Elizabeth 4 Adkin
Quwry Heights librarian MrsHallle Moran -uv Army Caribbean staff librarian: Ma.

y. i .-iw,-.rr.. i. 'r,11 1 ncer, epeciai services U.S. Armv Caribbean

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and Capt, Robert Cousins, Quarry Heights Special Services 'officer


Steak Supper, Rock



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Weary Infantry

the first

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Strained Meats

in Glass Jars


Liver and Bacon
Beef Heart

Rebekah Lodge

WUI Hold card-

Party Monday

The Rebekah Lodge No. 1. Bat

boa, C.Z.. will hold a toffee and

card party Monday, April 39.

The hostess will be Mrs. Inez


All proceeds will go to charity

Native Dane Classes "v, 1

Start Again at USO-JWB

After a week's lay-off due tbi

the Easter holidays, the native

dance classes will' reconvene to-

night, at thJSCWB'Annfedtstync

Force service center at 7:30.

The classes specialize In the

carnival dances typical of the Re"

duduc oi Panama, folk dances of

neignooring countries, and round
and square dances familiar In

the United States. o
Vacancies remain for members
of the Armed Forces, their, de dependents,
pendents, dependents, and the general pub public
lic public of the Canal Zone and the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama to participate
in the class for which there is no
charge. s

Thursday Spanish
Class Postponed
The regular Thursday Snanlsh

class session at the USO-JWB

will not be held this week. Class

es will resume on .Thursday, May
Participants In the class are re

quested to note the above inter interruption
ruption interruption of the reaular lanruaae


As a final gesture In Operation

Rio Sejva an outdoor steak fry

on the shore of. the' Caribbean

Sea was held by members of the

325th Airborne Infantry's Sec

ond Battalion Combat Team last

week. ...

The ; battalion combat team
acted as host to the entire Jun Jungle
gle Jungle Warfare Training Center De Detachment
tachment Detachment and Company "W of
the 20th Infantry by inviting
them to enjoy the supper and
the entertainment for the eve evening.
ning. evening. .. '.iW,
The party took place on the

palm-lined beach between the

barracks and Llmon Bay. with

each company mess serving a

delicious steak suDner including

French fried, potatoes- yegeta-

oiea. saiaa. ana ice-coia son

Ah ah or good' IeUovishlD Bire

narairoopers. 4 yrru in

ana rsaeressorsr sat

"iame'tabfef discussMr Pa

ama? the Jungle." arid he events

f the five weeks of uo Selva

fi'The lafgef'cuowd of relaxed

troopers sang arid swayed Xo the
music. About 9:30 the, party end-

zi an end. y.

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b glas jars will help yoar baby grow more rapidly,
haw greater vitality and show a low Olnesa rate.
These strained meats are most convenient. You
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from it too! And the jars are easy, to store. The
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Recent Gnect

At Hotel Pansmonte

Among recent auesu at the

Panamonte Inn, Boquete are:
Mr. and Mrs. Jean valley, from

Panama; Miss Alice Lucille ca ca-bral,
bral, ca-bral, from canal Zone: Miss

Helen Thompson, from Canal

Zone; Mrs. Evelyn Higglns, from
Canal Zone: Mrs. K. D. Acker-

Blamed By Pravda

For Jordan Unrest

LONDON, April 24 (UP) The

Communist Party newspaper
Pravda today charged Israel and
Baghdad pact countries with
preparing "direct intervention"

in Jordan, backed by Western

"imperialist plotters."
The Pravda article, entitled

"Colonialist' Intrigues Against
Jordan Continue." broadcast by

Radio Moscow. Quoted former
Jordanian chief of staff All Abu

Nuwar as saving the real aim of

the recent "reaction" in Jordan
"was to clear the way for Amer American
ican American imperialism and smash the
Arab national liberation move


"The Jordanian people are a a-ware
ware a-ware of this." Pravda declared.

and "at numerous meetings and
demonstrations thev have reso resolutely
lutely resolutely declared that thev would

not allow the American imoe'

That Exercise Rio Selva had
been a success from every angle
was evidenced by a comment
made during the evening bv-one

of the assistant instructors. ''We
like the attitude and spirit of
you Airborne people." he ren

marked. "The way you threw

yourselves into the training,

maae us reel like We were doing
a real lob."
After the meal the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment got under way. The 60th
Army Band set the mood play playing
ing playing the. 82nd Airborne Division's
famous ."All American'! theme.
The band plaved ooDular sone

requests for the; troopers as long

as tne lading sunset allowed
them to read music. -,
Following the band, the Blue

Cats, a combo, from, Eorfc Davis
and winners in the recentvtLS.
Army Caribbean talent contest.

took the" parachutai draped hand

MO Ecs Panama Qty

, 1090 Kcs., Colon
Telephones: 2-3066 Manama
r "63 Colon ;

Today, Wedntsdsy, : April 24
P.M. fi
4:00 Feature Review

4:30 What's your Favorite (re-

quests taken by pnone

'. tiU3:00) 1
5:30 News

5 :35 What's Your Favorite

' (cont'd)

8:00 Allen Jackosn Commen

tary (WRUL)


- REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Hawaii Calls. (WRUL)
7:00-Halls.Of Ivy-
7:30 VOA .Report from US.'
8:00 MusljC-By Roth
:30 Musical Theater. J
9:00 You Asked For It (re

quests tak,en, by phoni

till 7:301 v.
10:30 Cavalcade Of America,
ll:00-Jaza Till Midnight
lao-sigp on.- .. J;jnn

Too Devoted To
? Her Children

a. a 1 ta

hftiS anc sang and played. mW v'm"rr9W' ,n"?'r Mpr"

ffiOTr-! On Alarm' Clock



man, from Panama; Mr. and 'riallsts to wrest Jordan from the

inenaiv Aran states ana 10 im impose
pose impose uoon it the colonialist El Elsenhower
senhower Elsenhower doctrine."
"The countries of the aggres aggressive
sive aggressive Baghdad P8Ct and Israel are
preparing direct intervention in
the domestic affairs of Jordan.!;
Pravda continued.'

Mrs. B. D. Lombard, from Pana

ma- Mr. and Mra Domingo Crss Crss-ciolla,
ciolla, Crss-ciolla, from Panama; Mr. David
Chriton, from. Puerto Armuelles:
Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Labete, and
sons from Armuelles; Mr. and
Mrs. Eduardo Kllemen, from
Panama; and the honeymooner.
Dr. Carlo Troetch and wife Lu Lu-plU
plU Lu-plU saval de Troetch.
Despcdida Grvon
For The Caster
Mr. Paul T. K. Chase, Assistant

Cultural Affairs Officer with

US IS and Mra. Chase entertain
ed at cocktails at their residence

in San Francisco de la Caleta on
Monday evening honoring Mr.

and Mra. Harry B. Caaier who art

to leave the first of May for Mr.
Caaier' sew assignment la Car Caracas.
acas. Caracas. Venemela. Also with U8IS.

Mr. easier hold the position of 1

aukiii ana ruiMia juiaars vu-
flcar..- .-. -

Wsddhtg la Balboa

Mis Oeiina Estner Miranaa.

daughter of Mr. and Mra Cuper

tino Miranda of Panama cny De-

came the bride of Mr. Lester L.

Wiies, bob of Mr. and Mr. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence WUes of Dooora, pennsyl-

vania, April la.

Tne wooaina was sen at me

Redeemer Lather aa Church .ia

Balboa. - .


Adm. Robert A. J. English,
U.S.N., (ret) of San Gabriel,
Calif, has been elected presi president
dent president of the American Polar So Society
ciety Society in New, York City. Ad Admiral
miral Admiral English was captain ".of.
'the "Bear of Oakland" on the
: Jate Adm., Richard E. Byrd s
I Antarctic expedition of 1933-35.



Snwt ckack Mk M

mittsrt0 ftrwii

f-m 1 V '.' a see them tonight
T .. the renowned
(C. international trio

Uf ; 1 tne uuiicnocKVid! i

1 . bub. .. si ama

IKV-' I he air-conditioned v. I
U I 1 amnsing! I

1 Ka no Bttlnlmaav V ftJjWt

1 YSf'

Tlx f V lUiU "W r-f i I.' l TAKE

Club (requests taken

;w, .t, oy pnone nu r.wi r
7:30 Mornlne Salon Concert

! 8:15 Church In The Wlldwood

8:30 Musical Reveille
:00 News y
V. 15 Sacred Heart
.9:30 Paris Star Time
10:00 News
10:0' Spins and Needles (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
till 8:30)
11:00 Newsi r
11:05 Spins And Needles

i ttxv A 1

11:30 Meet The Entertainer -1J:00
Newjj ,r-

13:05 Lunch time Melodies
13:30 Sweet And Hot

1:00 News
: 15 Music Of Manhattan V
:30 Sons Of The pioneers
l:45-Spirit Of The Viking
3:00 Tex Beneke Show
3:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Mucb-B 1 n d 1 n g-In-Tbe-Marsb
3:00 Hank Snow And Hl
Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kay e Show
3:30 Music For Thursday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re.
quests taken by phonr
: .till 3:00) I
5:30 News
6:35 what's Your Favorite
6:00 Allen Jackosn Commen Commentary
tary Commentary (WRUL) I
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Telephone Hour (WRUL)
7:00 Goon Show

7:30 VOA Report from 0.8.
. 8:00 Elizabethan Theater -8:30
Take It From Her 1

:ou You Asked For it: (re-i
quests taken by phonr,

uu 7.-301
10:30 Music From Hotel EI pan-

CAN a Women be tnn AevninA

mother to be a devoted wife? 1

She can and she is ifj.

She refuses to lesve the chilrfmn

ccn iur a weexena, to go on a
brief holiday with her husband, f
She is so busv waitinu n th

children hand and foot and doing

uiuigs iur mem sne snouia nave
taught them to do for thomooivoo

that she greets her husband every
evening with comolaints nf nnw

tired, .she is. "":;1:iv., : -.
m She neglects her own wardrobe
in order to buy the children more
clothes than they need and. there therefore,
fore, therefore, 'never has '.a thing to wear"l
when her husband, wants tn tubal

her some place.

2ne is so Sure that she knows
what is best for the children that
she pays little or no attention to
her husband's ideas on how thev

should be brought up. t
She is a much more attentive
listener when her children Sre tell-

mg her about their problems than
when her husband is trying to
talk to her- about his. ... -
WHEN her husband wants : the
children to be responsible inr c-r.

tain .chores and v vard inh 'ihi

pleads that they are only "young
once" so her husband has to do,
after a hard, dav's work. th (nh

the children aro old enough to be
doing themselves.

She is so determined that W

children' will have "everv advan

tage" that she doesn't seem tit'

care how hard her husband has to
work in -order to provide them
with all those. so-called advantag advantages.
es. advantages.
She insists that th -children go.
everywhere she and her husband
go because she "worries so" if she
is away from them.


.: 1.



juavsiftwra (tawiwiv a. m.i.t., 1

Plymouth, England, to ra-tat the vwr' figinsl Pilgrim-'
ship. Discovered about 10 miles out to so. Lewis wss pvt ever th a
.side with uewtmen into s fishing best. 4NEA Telephotol VU.;i a h ic

Bird Life

Answer to Prevlou Puzzl

10:45 Temple Of Dream
11:00 Concert Under The Start
tJ.OO-Sign Off.

latin etk


1 bird"
5 Jack
8 Small singing
12 Tennis star
lJStriped camel's
; 14 Facility
IS External
(comb, form)

16 Type of boat

17 Grafted (ber.J
18 Piece out
19 Provide food


14 All .trlrkMI

26 Former it Red bird
, Russian rulers

28 Asseverates
29 Artificial
language ,;
10 Male
SI Cover
32 Boundary J ..
(comb, fotm)
S3 Sphere of ff
actio ) 1

a moment to telerbooe

the friend y oa are planning to pay'

a -arop-ui visa, i bxt way you

can find out if it's convenient. If
you go without advance notice
your visit may ret other flans.
Real frs'tovsners is boift
such Mmll cts of rhevghtfulnei.

58 Masculine
nickname .'
1 Lose blood
I Memento case

,3 Speaks
4 European
Theater :
$ Facts
7 Salary
Tiny, ..
10 Natural fats

1 n .,1".

tom. hero a s Ele .
1 I tL N I NTETH tlK.'!)'-:,f
ienP e n t X sMTl a jn
O L E O Z S 5 k I hhl I W'
ggp a T A. g 6 K P-TP
AH nI'SeST f IB I r.'K. '?
p I g C f Isk"lJ -ii;'
jfct.'4 -HislsJ N'0',tll )l

20 Pertaining to S4 African fly
the clergy 37 Constricted
23 Fastener- 88 Savor ,.
25 Italian city 40 Intelligence
27 Fountain drink 43 Scope :
SSBookofBiW' 44 Sleeveless
33 Weapon garment
pointers vw 45 Otherwise
34Wickerwork," 48 Mimic ;..
- material ?7, 80 Smallest

38 Diadem
3 Birds' home
41 Amount (ab.)
42 Washed
8 Before -47
4 Unit of
50 Diminutive
of Stanley
51 Snare
53 Egyptian
54 Domestic slavi
55 Goddess of

1 -,p, ji.h I p I f p.y.
r""-"" r" r
3 T '. '- T" """"""
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3T T"" "" "T S
3T Vt T T
.sri- T"" tyf T : '.
3 Hr r-
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Bateman. Frank Stabler and

Vlt COL. L. C. WOOD." chief of Special Services, 'U.S.' Army Caribbean (left), Mrs; Hallle Mo-xma-Cl-
tt.' Col.; Morris J. Naudts, relax for a few mln mln-utesdurlny
utesdurlny mln-utesdurlny feelr recent tour of the new Quar ry Heights library, (p,S Army PhotoV

Social an
Mrs. Robert patcli.'.i.. ;,-
-Will Hostesa: i'-v.:,:..
- Tea-Pa rty-InTbe-AIr"' v
; invitations are beta? Issued to
a novel t a party uvthe-air next
Monday moon when Branlff
, International Airways will offer
tea to a group of local ladles
from the Republic and the ca-
" nal Zone during a special flight
of their new DC-7C plane, 'E1
Dorado," which will visit the
Isthmus that day. The flight
takes off f rdm Tocumen lrport
with Mrs. Robert Hatch, wife of'
the newly appointed Braniff
manager Ini Panama, acting as
1113 ELI C ucuig iflouu w
a party hvthe-air next
fUniliuM-i. r.Atinert v
Monday at USO-JWB ,-;
' The monthly concert series
will take place at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center on :
Monday, AprU 29, beginning at
:15 p.m. :' '-.
Federlco Garcia i Vallejo,' r the
Spanish virtuoso of the Biandur
rla, will introduce the typical
Spanish Instrument which com combines
bines combines both the harmonica beau-1
tv nt the Cnonish niitni and the
melodiq versatility ot theinan-dolln,--.
L.-; .i
Mr. Garcia Vallejo,' was born In
Logorno, Spain, where at the
- age of 10 years he save his first
concert., His- studies included
harmony with the Spanish com composer
poser composer Dr, Jose Franco; Garcia Is
also an accomplished clarinet-
player. ;v -
cvirmw' nnoprt of lrpderico
Garcia Vallejo always found en
nthuslastic public for his little
known instrument and for his a a-bllltles.
bllltles. a-bllltles. He played at the Ameri America
ca America Theater In Habana, Cuba, -at
the Municipal Theater in Bogo Bogota,
ta, Bogota, Colombia, in many radio pro programs
grams programs in different Latin Ameri-r
can countries and several per performances
formances performances at the National Thea
ter in Panama. A few weess ago
he appeared on the CFN-Tele-j
vision Station m Fort ciayton.-j
There is no charge for service-1
men who are corajany lnvuea a
be guesta of the USO-JWB. The
charge for the general public is
$1.00 for adults; 50 s cents for
atudents.' .:: ?
Cnmnda DteUffers
T Be Held Thursday; -
, Ths mrmthlv First AM train
ing session will be held at :30t

am. Thursday in the CurunduU program designed "to achieve
Theater. I a better' "racial balance- In

an atomic attack will be shown.
Mr. and Mr. Berjer t
Aanoanre B'rtb. T i .-.
Of Danehter .
j Mr. and Mrs. Martin Berger of
Panama City announce the birth
of their fpurth- child, first
daughter Clare Deborah, Easter
, morning.- .,
Maude LaareBce
Of Ler Aar'Uarf
At the regular meeting of the
yathar;!cr Owen post No. 3 Ga Ga-tun.
tun. Ga-tun. oliicers were elected for the
coming vear and delegate were
cho'ei for th May convention.
The new officers are Mande
. psHent: Ann Mirk-
enbaugh, first vice pres'rtpnt;
.j riaig sccona vic presi-

. ' ..' -, ',. ,i.': ,, i.' .'.;r .'-''",:! ' ':-.!: '; ,' '' 'f ."X-- w,o-",,'.Jr'".,': i" .(V,::, .'V.V-'.-'-i',." V :'; !' O i'-f -V.-.. S'V-ui-.1', 'Vt-t. .. '"i

Osmond Call. They are managed
t s
dent: Winifred Compton, Chap Chaplain
lain Chaplain Ruth shirk historian; Er
nestine Barceliao, Sgt. 'at Arms
chiriov wpv nnnnintH secretary
w.j r i -
Department executive .. women
Maude Lawrence. Delegates, for
the convention are Mauae 5 Law Lawrence,
rence, Lawrence, Shirley Ney, Ruth Shirk,
urinifrprt rnmninn. Marv aimi
line and Mvrna Olbnnell. "Alter
nates are eiena, vainici
Johnson. Marie Rice. : Ernestine
Barcellno', Anna Mae Butchet
and Mildred Hakenson.: i., A. :v
15-Year-0ld Boy
Plunges To Death
A 15 year-old boy fell to his
deatn in tne zuo-1001 oeep uene&ee
1M snrOA t inAav when t he
stepped on a log and lost his oal-
ance. A similar, accinenv iw uic
life of a 15-year-old New York
Citv bov near Atlanta, Ga-,, yes-
terday. '. -, ',.
Authorities said the boy, Robert
Perry of Rochester, was exploring
the side of the gorge with- iwo
companions after twcycung near
the Veterans -1 Hospital bridge
shortly before noon. ;
r The boy's companions. Gary
Page, 15, and Wayne hcnaeier, 1,
said young Perry lost hi footing
when he stepped on a log
..,v.i.h rniiori nut from DeneHia
him. He plunged to the rocky riv
er bank 200 feet eeiowv .
' in similar kccident' vesterday
Michael Moret lost his footing
while climbing Stone- Mountain
near atlanta and plunged 800 feet
hL( deatn
" ,.
'Racial Balance1
Plan For 1 1 Y Schools
Dravs Strong Prblesl
nw York City schools nas
touched off strong Pf01"
from teachers and parents, the
New York World-Teiegram and
dun reported Monday.
The program. according to
Frederick ,Woltman, a staff
writer for the Scripps-Howard
newspaper, aroused fears among
parents of all races that chil children
dren children would be transported long
Distances by bus and that the
neighborhood school would be become
come become a thing of the past. ..
" 'The New Yrk Hoard f
Education on Feb. 2 appro,
ed ia principle twe reports
from Its commisison r in in-teeration.
teeration. in-teeration. rrinc thai the
' lOf.rd in the In-.
tcrrt ef raciai tal tal-ance.
ance. tal-ance. SnUuently, t,ifcr.

iiijii m
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J- I' ii ""lll.lliU Mm 'i KW


by Joe Stabler. -f.,"'H

Ills I
Sexy Frogs'
Carryings On
) A
Brings Beett:
BRENTWOOD, Mdy? Air0-24
(Ufuuity oniciais are unit uniting
ing uniting whether to blow the whlBtle
on a crowd of sexy frogs.
Fortunately for the crokkers,
the mayor of this Washington
suburb is something of !a frog
But Mrs. Mary Hafman de despises
spises despises them with an abiding f er er-vnr
vnr er-vnr i Pnsslblv sh has cood rea
son. She Uves next dbor; to a
frog .pond. tv. u.
Mrs. .Harman sougnt w
- klnn at Via fnaa wfth nipht-
time complaint tto the police.
She told the desk sergeant the
rrntr mm "noiierine ana cm-
rying on" outside her bedroom
window ,s.f : v; ':,
'rMofV 'rfisorderlv';' froes ''at
(4512 38th .Place," the sergeant
radioed to a police cruiser.
. Police arrived too late," Stars
iiirnrit nupr the Dool and a
warm breeje brushed the reeds
nlnnn th tin Hit HUt tne. DBIU
was over. They ddln't catch one
frog carrying on. w
Prnn nilipt t thU ,time. Tt'
ivsrtii nolire In the cruise.' "Ad
vise complainant to see' the
mayor." 1
But what Mrs. ?Harman ap ap-narentlv
narentlv ap-narentlv needed was pot the
maimr hut : someone with a
f - - 5i
PUDoris M. Cochran, amphibian
curator at the Smithsonian In In-uinMnn
uinMnn In-uinMnn o(rl nvnn trvinar to
; aubuMw.., -- -
hush a frog in .the sprlngUme
is fighting nature, pne aaia wu
is the frog mating season. And
frogs will De irogfc- ;- ., ;
" "The male Is calling the fe fe-onH
onH fe-onH MtAhlixhinff his ter
I naic -cf
ritory," she said: "The only way
to stop tne caning is uri
pond." '.
"Brentwood Mayor William H.
Smith said he knew that, but
didn't think much of it
"I don't want to extinguish
them." he said. "I think there Is
nnfhlnii nirpr than havlnz a
..c ......
bunch of frogs to go to sleep
by.-,,-, -.-
school rffkUIs stressed tnat:
There would be no relocation
of children by -bus became of
That all. transportation "now
as In the past, is eiuirr i
tTaisport a child who iives far
f mm tn npai rst achool or to
leiieve overcrowding and to
make better use of school buua buua-tngs."
tngs." buua-tngs." i
D o-mnninir will h rorLfir,,d
largely if not entirely. to
neuthbornooaiJureaGTTnaae up
of mixea racial groups. - .'
. The nciehborhood school will
remain the backbone of the
school system. However, new
schools will be located in fringe
areas, as far as possible, so
that their enrollments will come
from Neero. white and-or Puer Puerto
to Puerto flic an sections within rea reasons
sons reasons b!e walkine distance. Wolt-
jnan said.

' v
; Writtw for NEA Service
vak :
, 1065 i KJ1
V '5 i-'i AAlt(Si
( .... 4, 'y
;EaitWwt vulnerable
J 4.-. (Pass r.4A.Hi.
; OpennC lead
I AM indebted to J. 6. Ripstra
and Marty Nelson of Wichita. Kan Kansas,
sas, Kansas, for today's hand. Both 'the
bidding and play are of interest.
Mr. Nelson's three diamond re response
sponse response showed a -very big hand.,
so Mr. Ripstra marked time by
merely rebiddmg to three spades.
Mr. Nelson just went to game. He
had shown strength and it was up
to Rip to go otf-if a slam eould
be -made.'' :; ,:v"v
That' is lust what Rljy diie
bid five Kclub' to show tht '"ace,;
wMeupoff 'Mkftybld rfiv hfarii
tf Show control in that suit..' (p'
Kin's iumo to six .soades closed
the bidding. Marty did consider
tne, grano iam, dui aeciaea a-
gainst it becausa be could not be
sura that trumps were solid and
that there was no diamond loser.
The jack of hearts was opened
and dummy's ace held the first
trick. Then Mr. Ripstra :' made a
simple, safety play. He i led the
deuce of trumps from dummy.
When East played the four spot
he merely played the ten. ;
When West showed out. Rip
laid down the ace of trumps to
drop East's jack, conceding one
trick to the king. .
This safety play ". was ... a'.suTe
thing against any combination of
trumps. Rip eould afford to lose
one trick but not two.
With any two-one turnip break
ne automatically would lose, one
trick with this play.. IT Wes. baa
held, three trumps, ; East a would
have shown out whereupon Rip
would have played his ace and
then led toward dummy's queen.
Of course the hand would have
been lost if West had made a sin
eleton honor and then given his
partner a ruff. But that was much
leas likely than the three-nothing
trump break. ;. .v ; ', .-;
La Boca Council
FirsI Aid Classes
To Slarl Tomorrovr
First ail classes, which are to
be conducted under the auspices
of the La Boca Civic council, will
start tomorrow at 7:30 D.rru in
th La R 00a. School.
The classes will be conducted
bv W. H. Gordon of ParaUo. who
was recently given an employe
award for his work in organis organising
ing organising first aid classes In Latin
Arierican communities. He will
be assisted by C. E. Haywood, of
th t Roca Civic nounclL
A large number of residents
have already registered for the
classes. Those who still wish to
register may do-so tomorrow
night. :..
The davs and hours for the
classes will be decided opening
night and will be announced
later. -v,--
Careless Drivers;
Tc!;in To Task :
By!!:Mnd Bunny
v- 1

ALTOV, in.. April 24 (UP)
Two Illinois m-torists reported
last night thry ,had been bitten
by a pedestrian, an dan Easter
bonny. I
Orville Wa'J, 47. told Alton po police
lice police a man r- i vo to him at
an Intersect;.. n V.r.g "Why
dont you dim your, liEht"
The man then t;i him cn the

iii -m i ;i. T'. i. ..'. ., v

JtEV. WALKER M. ALDERTON present ft lapel pin to fiea
Scout James o. Catron, Jr., at Qamboa Vnion Church Imme
diately after pinning the God and Country medal on young
Catron as part of .a special service.. At the servlceaddresess
were delivered by Gov. William E. Potter and U.S. District

Judge uutnrie r; uroww,
-... I..U.J :'...'...( ,. ..
To Boy Scout Sbaek :
Inanruratlon vi s :'.;'
The Governor of the Panama

laxiai wuuniu js,, ruwc i"ii
. j a. .4.xAMJ ffarlLmnvi Dwwrlm f A t.h A nr AflPnta

cation of the Boy Scout Shack tion of Awards to leaders select select-in
in select-in RalnbQW City Sunday at 2:30 ed for service rendered beyond
... .. .,-., f. .... '-i... i. -... w f Vt a stall n H 11 ftr ,'".;.'?.' f.i.i.

Boy and Girl Scout officials of pearl E. Ford, District Com Com-flve
flve Com-flve other groupa on the Isthmus mlssionerPaclfic; Daniel T. Fos Fos-will
will Fos-will attend the ceremonies. The ter,. Cub commissioner;- Charles
.....u.tln.. tk,o oHIl iariraant n.j T.iipa flrnilB Acoutmaster.

are Boy Scoiita of America.' Girl Muchachas
nni ri Panama 'and interna-
tlonal Girl Scout.' Vjv- V
"Herewith ia me program'

?T..i j. i ..nn nHth thal.nW Vvnlnnr Rr.nut Field DaV at

10th anniversary 01
national Boy Scouta of th ;?aa
aat -"i : ' V

lUtn '.. anniversary ui, uw,iu.':iriwu j "

Sunday AprU 28: Duty to God
a 1 11 tn.mhem
Morning Period,. 1A11 members
(with or wrcnouB vnuormi m
make It their duty to attend Di Di-vlna
vlna Di-vlna Service In their respective
ia. ru.tiAK if TBov Sadutn
,Shack at RainboW, qtyj buUdlg
6071. 3 :3& pm, ; ; j, t i 1
XCWlrf-"-"r w 1 r-

.- ii ..i..aienlOVed a IBBDI'POT w

Monaav. Apru a: piuub

and Parent. Dayr-On both aldeal JSJVTaottdto were:
or in both DUtricts)- KogTamaJi.inF.TiH. m.tlworth.

wUl be arranged for the enter-
W ua p sw o
imtiavtf Af nofirtTi ann Anon
blAAlaJAaBf vt aew" -mm w
soring groupa Including Troop
Committees. (If poesible should
include Court of Honor at. which
parento and members of Troop
Committee will, assist in the
presentation of badges earned by
boy memoersj.A ,
Tuesday. AprflU SOT Recruiting
nnv irarn bov member of the
organization should make 1 an
earnest eiion w7 mu uu
the remainder of the 'week to
! at iut fine bov member
enrolled In hi pack, troop or ex
plorer unit. Aauii uiciuwi-
.hnnM malrai n niiallv SerlOUS
ffnr t, unirc tha membership
of one mora adult for the Coun
cil District committee,, or iruup
Wednesday. May 1: Cuberee
Time: District Cuberees wul oe
held at paraiso o the Pacific
side and at Rainbow City (Camp
Coiner on the Atlantic de --Suggested
Suggested --Suggested hour 5 p nv. to 7
p.m.. i ;,,riif-
Thursday, May z: """"""y.
s.ui nt, Mmhera Of all
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Denounced as Risk
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miliury secreU U n goes aneaa
with the court-martial of Col. John
C. Nickerson Jr. - 1
Nickerson, a deeorateM West
pert at FH stone Arsenal here, will
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in defense of the Army's role
missile development.
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Troop No. 2. In uniform, nrogram. to
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- ...ik.ntl. irrnunt of epic
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of hundreds of refugees who fled
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la told by James A. Mlchener in
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; Williams' ast Getaway,
Good Fielding Give Boston
Fans Plenty To Cheer About.
NEW YORK, April 24 (UP) It figures to be
another long summer for Boston Red Sox fans;, but
I at least they were able to rejoice today over Ted Wil Williams'
liams' Williams' fast getaway and the surprising errorless ball
being played by their heroes. ;

Burdette Asks
Apology From
Birdie Tebbets
Mfprz 757

, Hampered by a bruised instep,
, Williams didn't hit his first
, 'homer last year until June 22.

yet still wound up witn a respec respectable
table respectable 24 for the season. Tea

niaim hn'ii spt.t.if for 25 this year

and. based on his early form, It

shouldn't be too great a tasK.
- J Williams hit his second horn-
' er of the new campaign yes-
terdav in leadina the Red Sox
to a 3-1 victory over the Bal Bal-1
1 Bal-1 v timore Orioles. He also added
a run-scoring single the
2200th hit of his major league
" career to raise his batting
. average to .423.

.'VTIowever. equally important to
kill Boston rooters is that the
Red Sox stand out as the only

Errorless team in the majors an
er the first eight days of the
fceason. Last year they wound up
' t the bottom of the American
' League team fielding averages
jfc-ith 169 errors in 155 games.
1 Thus' far, manager Mike Hte Hte-feins'
feins' Hte-feins' men have handled 242
chances without a miscue. Their
Jjcw keystone combination of
shortstop Billy Klaus and second
baseman Gene Mauch has been
particularly effective, totaling 53
. rhances between them.

In yesterday's game aaainst

he Orioles, the Boston infield
landled 35 chincea flawlessly.
Backed up by this stout defense
nd Williams' hitting. Frank
Bullivan easily posted his first
victory of the season. The tow towering
ering towering right-hander allowed only
Idur -hits. IncludJng a ninth in in-ilng
ilng in-ilng homer by George Kell that
ftaved the Orioles from a shut shutout.
out. shutout. While the Red Sox toere vro vro-itnctina
itnctina vro-itnctina their errorless strenk.
'the Milwaukee Braves and the
i Chicago White Sox suffered
their first setbacks.
Z A 10th Inning homer bv rooMe
catcher Cal Nieman enabled the

Chicago Cubs to edge Milwaukee.
3-2, and drop the Braves into a
first-place tie with the idls
Brooklyn -Dodgers in the N.L.

Dick Littlefield. the third of four
Chicago pitchers, picked up his
first victory since being obtained
from the New York Giants last

week while Lew Burdette was the
loser. -..- -.

Herb Score pitched the Cleve

land Indians to a four-hit. 5-0

triumph over the White Sox. The
Tribe chased Billv Pierce in thej

third after piling up seven hits

and a 3-0 lead., In avenging nis

oDening dav loss to Pierce ana

the White Sox. Score struck out

seven and only walked two.
The New York Yankees miss

ed a chance to take over first

vlace from the white sox oy

i dropping a 3-1 decision to the

Waxhinaton Senators. The

Nats tied the score at 1-1 in
the, eighth and then won the

game on Roy Sievers' two-run,
iwo-out homer in the ninth off
Jnhnnii Kucks.

A similar last inning clout by

Lou Skizas carried the Kansas

Cltv Athletics to a 5-4 squeaker

over,., the Detroit Tigers. Harry

Simnson and Bob Cerv also horn

ered for the A's oil rooKie won

Lee. who was making nis major

lrue debut.

Rewarded with 'a surprise
starting assignment bv manager

Rill Riarne-v. rookie Pete Burn

side showed his appreciation by

hurling the Giants to a tnree tnree-hit,
hit, tnree-hit, 1-0 victory over the Pitts

burgh Pirates. A double bv wu
lie Mavs and Hank Sauer's sin

gle In the fourth inning proved
the dif f erence.

. Pinch-hitter Bob Thurman's
two-run homer in the 10th" in

ning gave the Cincinnati Redlegs

a fl-4 victory over tne si. umis

Cardinals In a night game.
Frank Robinson and George

Crowe also homered for the Red


To 1st Place In International



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Jftrkwm. HR Henley. Sullivan.

Goss. Burgess
Toronto 002 002 200 6 10 1
Havana 100 000 0304 6 1
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tfnd 6t Claire: Amor. Cuellar
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linaini 111000 OOx 3 10

. Harris. Barker (3), Faust (7)

nd Ronning; Bunker and Bu-

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run homer In the ninth Inning
to give Rochester a 5-3 win over

the Columbus Jets, The victory

catapulted Rochester Into fifth
And Russ Rac's seventh inning
circuit smash gave the Toronto
Maple Leafs a 6-4 decision over
Havana. Don Johnson, who

started the game but heeded re relief
lief relief from Bobby Tlefenauer In
the eighth when Havana rallied,
was credited with the win.

Durelle Defeats
Defendis; Hopes
To Get Title Bout

MILWAUKEE. April 24 (UP)

Milwaukee Braves pitcher Lew

Burdette. who was cleared

spitball charges by the National

League president, now wants

"public apology" from Cincinna

ti manager Birdie TeDDetts.

Burdette said he jeit ae was

"uniustlv and unfairly accus

ed- bv Tebbetts, last week ot

being a "cheating spitbaUer.t

"I feel Tebbetts owes me, my

wife and children a public apol
oev." Burdette said. "I've al

ways been an honest pitcher and
have never intentionally violated

anv rule in baseball." is

In St. Louis. Tebbetts said

there was "nothing personal" in

his spitball accusations against

Burdette and added. "All I did

was check on the rule Itself.'

National League president

Warren Giles said yesterday stu

dies made by him and league
umpires had found Burdette lnr
nocent of any wrong-doing on

the mound. Rather. Giles said

Burdette was using smart psy

chology, not cheating in his de delivery.
livery. delivery. "I could no more rule against
a batter walking to the vlate
and acting as if he's going to
bunt, when he really isn't,"
Giles said.

Tebbetts said he was satisfied.

but Cincinnati general manager

Gabe Paul said he'll take mo

tion pictures of Burdette the

next time he pitches in Cincin

nati ,



Begins April 27

A doublet tinnn tournament will
t undor way Saturday, April 27,
at tha Olympio Swimming Pool'
courts. '' '' t)
All matched will be two bear of
three eti, including the finals.'
The tournament if being apon apon-ored
ored apon-ored by the Panama National Ton
ni. Commission, '"
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Application blank's may be ob obtained,
tained, obtained, from Eroy Sanches of the
commiuion at the Olympic Pool.,

. The deadline for entries is to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 5 p.m. when the draw
for pairings will be held. -,
Entrance fee is $4 per team.


r LOTS OF ROOIvV-Duffy Daueherty stands and smiles at" the mess of Michigan State fooU
! ball players around; him during spring practice session,. Ovur 100 nut nn uniform. rfrn.

k and thati fine with the coach. wha hasnt been shy of talent since he took .over the Spar tans. J

IBC MBeSharply 'Reduced

out in Court Ruling

Or Wiped

' National league

till yj i 8 1
Milwaukee ... s 1
New York
Chicago ". ... 3 3 -St.
Louis . . 9. j.

Philadelphia . 24
Cincinnati 4t.'
Pittsburgh ... 2 5


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New York at Brooklyn (N) -,
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia
Chicago at Cincinnati N



l"VW?- tXH TcM tNe. 4) sticks hie nese en the finish line
head of Francrseurte in, last. Saturday's fourth-face at the President
Romon racetrack. Neche. nder an excellent ride by AleiehUre Ycasa;'
utlasted the eddi-on muruele favorite ridden bp iulie Redriguei, ''

.iirri.a Krnia eaei, ,y ,ljs. ;'M--J It

NEW YORK. April 24 (UP)

The Miami Marlins, undisputed

poessori of first place in the
International League today, can
tltrthelf hats to a flashy south-

Ta. less than one year Temoved

trmn the Notre Dame camous.
Dick Bunker made his Inter

a&Qonal League debut an ausoi-

eloni one last nignt. nurung Ml

errrl to a 3-1. five-hit win over

the Montreal Royals, which en

bfed the Mar'tna lo snap their

Frst place deadlock with the idle
Richmond Virginian.

- Tounc Banter, stsked to three

njint runs, flashed the form

thsrt md h'tt a l-rm wln wln-ve
ve wln-ve with Pchenectady of the
Lene Inst ear. He et
Moaff-l don effort wy m PT
nr mntng but h f fth. when
Roya'a cored the' lone rim.
"ortie rrms proved the deHive
b'"iri tn the other games play-
, Tom Burgess tmashed a two-

NEW YORK mP) Yvon Du

relle. a business-like fighter bent
on making Canadian boxing his history,
tory, history, headed for home and his

fishing boat fleet in New Bruns

wick today, 'hopeful that a bout
soon can be arranged with Jame
J. Parker.
Durelle, using his greater ring
experience and a stinging right
hand as countering weapons.

pounded out a majority 10-round
decision over hard-hitting Aneelo

De Eendis of Brooklyn, N.Y., the

-i xavorne. Monday night to boost

his stock for a Canadian heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight title bout with champion

To beat De Fendis. a crude but

explosive puncher, Durelle had to
rely on all of his experience, plus

an always ready right hand which

sent the Brooklyn battler to the1

canvas id the fourth and stae-

gered him in the later rounds.

Panama Golf Club
Names Team For

nlerclub Finals

The Panama Golf Club, which
play Fort Davf and AmaeVr ,-t
th Davis layout Sunday, April 28, 28,-today
today 28,-today announced the renter of the
tm it will use in the finals.
The following player wre m m-d:
d: m-d: Jim da la Gaa'dia Jr., Hec Hector
tor Hector "Roy" Valdes, Tony Jankns,
Charles MacMurray. Will Schmitt,
Maurice Muller, J. Bilf Hinkle. Al
Sarinon. Mat. Chariot McGowan,
Jim Rid.. W. E. Lebrnn, A. E.
Gorran. Dick Dehlinaer. Jim Pluia,
Dave Westman. Ptrp "Plcp" Disc,
ob M'dineor, Jim DeaLendes,
Harvey Bsll and Lour Martins.
Roberto Torres. Joree Be4,
Gaarpe Novev and Aneus Metb Metb-enoy
enoy Metb-enoy were named alternates.
Ah the above named slavers are
requested to be at tha Davis club clubhouse
house clubhouse no later than 8:30 a.m.




By Coniado Sargeant


Referee Harry Ebbets gave the

nod to Durelle. scoring his card.

m a l m m ... 'I

wnue juase lODT (aiicuino

bad it much clow, but in D11- I

relle'd favor, virht tiointa tn .ivlbl

wiin ue rounos tout evenly. Judce

Al Singer voted for a draw, scor

ing four roanda for each fighter

with two even and five Mints for

each. e..

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A strong injection of new blood
will be made to local horse racine

wjthin the next few days when
several shipments of South Amer

ican throughbreds are expected! to

arrive, nere. r

Great interest is already heine-

shown in the grout of 12 horses

mat will leave Argentina Anril 29.

Jose Antonio Pausa and Ernesto

Fans selected the horses which

are said to be consistent winners
at the best racetracks in the large

aouin American repuDUc.
Pause and Paris, it may be
racallld. are the importers of
such good; racers as Surumeno.
Miehiripe,' Resvelto, Eicasay,
Fieltre end ethers.
Nine ether Argentine through

breds will be in a v Broun consign

ed to businessman Roberto Motta
and there are hopes that three
shipments of Chilean racrs will

also be obtained.

Canoe, a top-flight British colt:

highly rated Argentine horse Ger Ger-manio,
manio, Ger-manio, the American marc Fudge
Girl and three racers from Peru
are expected any minute. The

throughbreds that will arrive from

reru are Serpentin. rronda and

Red Label.

The special race for retired
lockeys scheduled for May 1 has
been officially approved. The
race will be held n added at attraction
traction attraction en the same day that
the President ef the Republic
Classic will be run. ...


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Three more horses will never

again be seen in action. They are
Bright Blade II, Dona Barbara
and Fuego. Bright Blade II had to

De destroyed after suuenng a
spinal injury. Fuego, a chronic
bad leg sufferer, similarly was in injected
jected injected and put out of his misery.
Doha Barbara died of natural


. in. ..I . .i .'

vriin negia aurmg tne eighth race

on naturday.
( Ruix netted ,hts enforced vaca vacation
tion vacation for crowing almost the
whole fieH with. Oliver en the

first turn ,ln Saturday's ninth

race.1 y v

rnncipe de Gales got a two-

meet suspension from the starter
and was also ordered to take
gate practice. He ran in the first

race on Saturday,

Uioya- wound up lame inv the

iniro race and got a IS-day sua


Jachaiin. which was found to

oe lame after the fourth rape, was

similarly set down for 15 dav.

Lyrical got an identical nenaltv

when she was found to be lame

aner trailing in tne seventh.

enen nuen omens. MFchirU
pa's trainer, and Carlos A. Mer,
roll, trainer of Oliver, were
each fihod $1( for sending their
horses to the receiving .barn
late. These horses competed In
the ninth.

Le Matelot was scratched from

the eleventh race on instructions
from .the track's veterinarian. The
vet also recommended a 15 day

suspension ror tne colt.

Trainer Henry White. Manuel

Rivera -ana Luis -Rodriguei were
each fined $10 for sending Take Takeaway.
away. Takeaway. Janina and Ooulento late to

the receiving barn in Sunday's
third, eighth and ninth race re


Rock Sou bad to he scratch

ed from Sunday's fourth race af after'
ter' after' she was injured in the re receiving
ceiving receiving barn. She has been placed
under the vet a observation.

NEW YORK KUP) The Inter International
national International Boxing Club, which has
dominated the promotion of big big-time
time big-time boxing for more 'than eight

years, wouia eimer be wiped out
or sharply deduced under propos proposals
als proposals now being considered bv Fed

eral auage Sylvester j. Ryan.

ityan, wno ruled on Feb. 6 that
tha IBC is guilty of monopolizing
championship flights, received the
proposals Monday both from the

government., and from the IBC.

They were In the form of sug.

gested ''final, .judgments";? to v be

meteo out by. Ryan to the IBC,

ine government suggestion was

sweeping calling ifor the: dissoiu-

uon ot tne ibc and Its branches
and the removal of TBC nffipiais

James D. Norris and Arthur

WIrtz "from power in Madison

Square Garden.

The IBC suggestion for its Own

punishment was, of course, much
more lenient leaving the club in
business but barring its use of ex.

elusive contracts with fighters,
arenas, or radio and television
outlet- and limiting it to the 'pro 'promotion
motion 'promotion of four title fiehts -oer

year fori the next five years.

The, next step in the. court oro-

cedure wtft come on Mav 20 when

Judge Ryan' -will Jiear oraL argu argu-mentg
mentg argu-mentg from Jtothi sides in suddoiI

you? theif proposals Then. :. some

... . 11 n

win nana aowa.jus decision as to
how the IBC, should be punished.
.The IBC then has; the right to
appeal 4he ease to the Court of

Appeals aM the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court cleared the

way for the present action against
the IBC when it ruled that box boxing,
ing, boxing, unlike baseball, is subject to

tne lederai ana-trust laws;
Defendants in the case are the
International Boxing Club of New

YorK, inc., the international Box Boxing
ing Boxing Club of Illinois, Madison
Square Garden Corp., Norris, and

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tlefield Littlefield (1-0) (7), Lown (10) and
Neeman. .
Burdette (j-i) and Crandall.

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Baltimore at New Yorfc'-"
Boston at Washington (N) v
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Branch Rickey Says Legal

Spitter Could Aid HitterW

Detroil Red Wings
Place Four On IIHL
All-5tar Seleclioh

NEW YORK. Anril 24 (IIP

Baseball soon,. may have to de decide
cide decide which is the more horrid
word "spit") or "cheating."
The only, thing wrong with'' the
forbidden snitball is the first vl-

labla of the word but cheating is
an even more serious charge and

uiai s wny several noted baseball,
men. including Commissioner Vord

Prick and, the venerable Branch

for years for a legalized spitter

ineir arguments are solid: If
would, benefit both the pitchers
nd the hitters.' Further, it
would eliminate for all time'
such Incidents the recent
cheating charge hurled at Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee pitcher Lew Burdette by
Manager Birdie Tebbetts of Cii
cinnatj. ,t ';. ,-..
"A legal spitball could add

years to the life of a pitcher's
arm,Mr Rickey insists.

As for the hitters, tha effective

ness of the spitter is enhanced

greatly in these modern times be

cause if or when sti .actually

thrown it has to be sneaked.

' I never had any trouble hitting

those legal spitbailers before they
disappeared,: according to ex-big
leaguer Luke Appling. "The 'spit-

ters that bothered me were thrown
by guys who weren't supposed to

be doing ,",,;. H,.tv


'Flight To Hong, Kong" I

Eieht meet susDensionB te Gil-

I'berto Montero and Hector Ruiz
I were the stiff est penalties meted
I v .1. 1 u :

uui oj uk sicwar a i ui rm 1-
dent Remon racetrack over the



I 9 "I Montero was set down for crowd

M tan-PJB) aaaji mmw mmm aIlng Golden Bound and.Tacera



to 1 in


I ,. AJmo: ,V'V-'
.cxnt tor a v

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"New York Cnnndentlar

MARGARITA 8:1$ 7:55 .'

tore Walks Amnrr r i


"MONTREAL (UP) The Detroit

Red Wings, who won the regular

season National Hockey Leaeue

title a td then were ousted in the

layoff semi-finals, gained four
erths today on the 1958-57 league
All-Star team against only two for
the Stanley Cup champion Mont Montreal
real Montreal Canadians.

Right win a. Gordie Howe, who

won his fifth scoring title, and left

wing Ted Lindsay of Detroit, were I

picked- with tanadiens' center

Jean Beliveau on the forward

line.' Perennial All-Stars Red Kel

ly of Detroit and Doug Harvey of

Montreal were on defense.

Goalie Glenn" Hall of the Red

Wings rounded -out the six man
"dream team" named by oorts

writers and radio ana TV-broad

casters in the six NHL cities.

Only Toronto failed to place

man on either the first or second

All-Star teams. The second was
composed of two Canadiena, two
Boston Bruins, and one player

each from New York and Chicago.
Goalie Jacques Plante. Vezina

Trophy winner and .last year's
'first team goalie,, and veteran
right wing Maurice (Rocket) Ri-

1 chard represent the Canadiens

Boston placed left wing Real

Chevrefils and defenseman .Ferm
Flam an. The other defense spot

went to Bill Gadsby of Rang

ers, who was on the first team

last year, and center to Eddie

Litzenberger of Chicago.

A place on the first ATI Stat

team ia worth, while play-;

ti on the second team receive
J0O0 each.. i

Old-time pitchers apparently

never thought much of the spit

tor for back In 1920 when tha
delivery wee banned only 17 ac

tive spitbailers were active in
the majors. There 1 Were only
eight in the entire National
League, a one-per-club average.
The American Leaeue had nine.
The spitter actually became 1

casualty along with even more
shine ball, emery ball and' vark

th.o cover of iheYnd

?U.rJ?u? by manufacturers, la
selfefense against the new roup
0t 1 aoine run climo... ..

rir hurlers were force t cook
sMW,Plche 'tta P,aced undu;
strain on their irmi .Tha. --i -.

IS! careers prematurely

Only this sprinsr. a rmi.

ISSSS-Jyf caUed U "JU'ts be-
cause their arms were shot : nn.

was Frank Smith, former Cin-
cinnau relief, star hA ...

. sv rrao traall'
Balph Branca,5 onc-
umO' Dodeer Creat K nnit m ir k..

hadn't been -really effective for
f,, . i . 1 .

caca, veiore ms last try
- The spitter can be taught te
any pitcher, according to Rick- .'
ey, and apparently there'a only t
one reason why Jt hasnt been f
legaified despite considerable
pressure In recent years. tl
Baseball doesn't want to offend
that traditional ,". m ,1--

from Dubuque? with an ungentle
manly word like spit .i
That, of four ia tha

lady who sees plenty of blood spill-
ing in her own livine

lfight night on. television,,



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"Comma-do Crd- .H!


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pun On Trxai



loon" and

ody" SerUI),

At am. On the Stage
.nRTA G ALT AN -ItarHaar
and Walter-Ste-ie
' Giovanni and Iaea Maria

Today IDEALS 20 .10
Spanish Double Program I
"Mia Fnerte Qee eJ Asner
- Plus: -David
E!!r in

lose your shirt
on wrong

' I 's


in the


and kc:pit'n!

land Indians general manager Bill' i
Veeck. who acts th. ik.

No. publicity, man these davs T-;
announced Monday that a "per

petual iropny wui be awarded-10
the winner of each veaVa TWmit. .'

Cleveland series. The tnmhv will 1

be placed in tlrt Qty Hall ot the
winning team. v : 3 1

HALLANDALE. Fla. hvp 1

Gulfstream Park closes out the
Florida raring icimt t.. 1

boasting a new find n .ir.

Hinvi Rnlin TK. J i

tice, who has been booting home '

j winners witn lair consistency dur. 'j

u.K una meet, aaoeo tnree more
Monday to run his total tn ia u. --

scored on Mi Model ($8.10). jolly .'
Prtncess ($17 J0 and War Sally

BROOKLYN. N T. Vtty r.

though the defending National

League champion Brooklyn Dodff-

ers have ,won ve of their first
six garnet this season. ihv .r

scheduled for a workout todav ;

an off day-at Ebbets Field..

NEW YORK (TJP-Please dont

mention Babe Ruth's record to
WUl.e Mays.

Gosh, I hope they ain't eon-a

start that all over again

the Giants' center fielder after his
third homer of the season wtiii

two men on accounted for a 3 1

victory ever the Pittsburgh Pi Pirates
rates Pirates Monday. v -
"I dont care about hitting bom.
era, I jiwt tare about winning
rime, Willie went on. "Who
knows, I may get hot and hit sev seven
en seven or euht in a bunch. Mavbe if
I get hot, the club will ce't fcrt

i "But I hope thy don"t start il
(that hos'.otis about lie recc4


Drive Undorivay For Funds
To Send Team To Hershey, Pa.



Al I TROUBLE- Hl Smith, Cardinal catcher, holds his head as he think of what s ahead.
for hii when he handle the three knuckle ball throwers on Manager Fred Hutchinson s staff.
- lift to right. Murrv Dickson, Hoyt WUhelm and Jim Davis, a left-hander to boot, show
the foirrt he ha to fear, J , v It ty t i

:. .(..'hi'-




-. 'V.

.' ... By TREVOR SIMONS -f
i A 4k-Mjinth naM V, tha

com nlet ion of teener ball ort the

Canal Zone and the annual Na

tional baseball tournament at Her
shey, Pa.',. Wiil be of little conser
quenca to the local managers. Dar-

SJ (TVin,UUlt y BVUVU UJ.-i.l4 i IVI I

wmiwii-u wuv ah weft wvawa

will Keep tne. youngsters -in snape

ana jyiin any orea&a u um
could be the year for the Canal

r rm at unm n a ia inrna jiaina ruaTinn

al champions of Teener League

Tht' wilt ha the third v.ii-fithftt

tha rn) 7nna hat aanf.a : team

to the tourney at Hersbey,' Pa.,

ana eacn. year .mese laus .nave
given a good "account Of them themselves.
selves. themselves. The Teener-League A 1 1 1-Stars,
Stars, 1-Stars, which will be .elected from
among the two, leagues, (Atlantic
Teenar League 'and F a s 1 1 i c h
rill da lr-Ant- if inn innriit4nrt-'v fnl

TV -. WV avj- VV11Uvm va

their scneauiea aepartura irom uie

t one on jury z.

The tournament u icneauiea irom
August li to 16. 4 ? t j.
Henry Lutz, manager of tUe Mot-

tas, cnampioni oi tna uoia uoasi,
will be at the helm when the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side play, the Pacific Side

'"" the Isthmian chamoionshit).

The' manager' for the i Fastliott

gLu Au-otars has not yet been

Mr. Fitz said he would be making the trip to Derby Town this
week or the first time since-1942.,, ."Bold Ruler's going Tuesday.
' I'll follow the end of the week. Since Sunny JTlm Fitzsunmons
hadn't made the trip to saddle the costly Nasnua.,two years ago,
wpuld It be correct to infer he .was -uncommonly; high on tne
"Wheatley colt who had Just Ivon the Wooo; In such spectacular
yle?v "Well I like him a lot," said the country's oldest .and
most illustrious' trainer. "I always did like him,, but I must admit

X liked him a lot better after the Wood." ; t ; v ,hf.
PLENTY OF HEART So did many others. They had to like
via irnt- ficrht.ina until he had overtaken Gai-

'j i.n. h. nMraV Pnlrl Rulnr nun led DraC-

II iu. -4.-. fPKnn ohnnt On alffttth nf milfttO PO.

Gallant Man, came up from the pufeidejtQ takejcommand i mj
there to, the We,-It wa a tremendous duel of courage, rtatnlna
and resolution. ThU was Bold Ruler's greatest race to date. To

win he had to DreaK me wacs. tecuiu, b
sist from Eddie Arcaro, It's even possible no other iwlrey.iBOuld

nave. won wim mm uuuw uuciowuc ""--- Tin.;
. . j i J i .v. A r utit.hniif Giinn mlalltlAS

COlt naa to nave ne neart txua T-

not even Arcaro s surpassing aria vuuiu u
. ... oOO -;.',?'
t n i mm d Thd mtlri h tlnb ftljlt.ftst. TlerBV ever

thvv linn I UATlVliG9
wiVie. ha aneciallzed in breaking track records this

year Gen Duke set a world record the Florida-Derby. And tne
other half of calumet' redoubtable one-two punch, iron 1-lege,
.eKack records lit Florida and Kentucky. And lrt'i not ignore
.. . .t a u7ithinir nn hv t.h Ruler's fee-

- knooiiM htt hadn't Iron, more

since Octooer ana ne shoujq impiu vy r
in Ireland by the well-known Khans Aga and Aly, andlsj)wned
by ktIxm oUmaB-Oftbefive othe'p Starters to saturdiy' fea fea-ture.Tonly
ture.Tonly fea-ture.Tonly Promised. Land would seerti warrant any' kind of
Derby EQiery
L THIS ONE COULD FLY It follows more often thah flofthat
horses taited for extraordinary speed are not tod dependable over
the Derby mile and a quarter) distance. There are, of course, the
inevitable exceptions, whirlawa? holds the Derby-record at ; 2:01
fact nvHD.and he certainly wasn't essentially' a speedster
No Mr Fita wouidS't say BoWuler wastte-fastest colt he's
ever trained For example; there was Johnstown he quicklr took
the lead in the W Derby and won by eighth lengths In an effort effort-lea.
lea. effort-lea. breeze but the very next week Challedonv.V the one Johns.
Wwbrbledeattn byV efght In the JDerby ,r. versed the wore
and decisively beat Mr. Fltz's charge, a 1-5 favorite. What harj harj-,
, harj-, penedj li raW the morning of tlie Preaknes. Challedon Tev Tev-eled
eled Tev-eled In mud. Johnstown, It developed, loathed It, ;
UNANSWERED QUESTION A trainer nevef knows for jure
how hse wul react to mud until an actual test Is made Breed Breeding
ing Breeding 1? Sdary to acttenT i.e. -manner of striding. Me Fltz U In,
mSck tte awnYposltion with feold Ruler as he was with Johns Johns-SoJ5S5nto
SoJ5S5nto Johns-SoJ5S5nto the Prtakness years ago. As th Ruler has wven
rSteMd,"Vr toe can handle It or .t emalna bV,"?;
The last eight Derbies have been run on fast .tracks, but theiour
preceding wes were contested on off tracks. fior along with aU
the othe? fetors, you must include the whims, of the weather.
mania your calculations. i ; ft-:,t-','i v'-.; ii:?.
- ..! oOo u -.; : I v
. .. . . i Infant 'f iritra Knld

' SENSITIVE MUU1H nr. nu uucau
Ruler another race, between now and Derby dav which Ja May
4v HU explanation is simple and succinct.,., "He doesnt tieed
TV hora horp out. or lues In., he's usually hurting.

TheRuler tried to ru- out at the first turn in ttie Wood (he had

tried tO run OUt ai W0 tUiieieni. mjuo ma --

attniraj Atrim i pnnpprn ,. iuri ilz nun liiia atuuvuvj v v w..--

tive mouth, resenting bit pressure. We didn't ask Mm now ru ru--
- ru-- mora the colt may be unsound could have originated but you
Tan bet the grand old gentleman wouldr be packing for LouU LouU-vuie
vuie LouU-vuie if (11 the colt wasn't structurally OK, and (2) didn't nave
better than a fair chance to sniff the Roses.. ; .

Archils Petit Wins

So. Yest Conference
Tennis Championship

Achile PeUtt sophomore at Hul-'... ,McImZViW
m-Tillotson CoUege, and former ;Went ;"'kTw-

Panama national' : linfkl chim

pion,' became the-1 official ,' South Southwest
west Southwest Conference singles champion.

after competing wuw rot" seeaea
netters from 12 universities snd

eolleees. namely: Wiley, frame

View, Huston-Tillotson, Texas.

Grambung, f nuanaer smitn, raw
Quinn colleges and Southern Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas State, Tuskegee and Texas
Southern Universities.' Florida and

Tennessee State U. out not com compete,
pete, compete, f r

Vatif iii-nnoht hark fnur hinlnfi

trophies to H. T. He is invited to

Tuskegee u. tor anoiner meeting
with tnn eaaHori npttori frunt Oth

er universities. If successful!, he

will travel to Caiuonua lor more
trophies."'-."-''"- wv.ssit'.WH
Petit an honor roll student, and

assistant dean of the dormitory.

shared other highlight during toe
nt imcki. Ha received PinaMS-

nian HalnOBtji ta thfl LT.M. GoOrSe

IWesterman with the old. Panama

nian hug when lie visit e tne
school. He was named to-Is make

tha intmductinn of WsterfnaH tO

the. i acuity and student' obody ; n

tne campus, ana aisa mbiwj tuam tuam-man
man tuam-man of the' openstfortim byrfthf

. ..i; Dehmd the Droeram and

rshouid nave- a sieuar. represenia-

tion when the two Isthmian teams
meet. '4 t'''F

Minor fiaKlrine th Tiroprm

that affords good baseball compe competition
tition competition for our local un and comina

taient. jnciuae un .Monana, one


K-'i ) :


IY5FP4Ri.RIF r.mTunioni. KTIrhrJ Sit and hm 9i

, ra!f. "" jtow no tofether ani Brt bart-ttopping t

Oramatle scene in "The Brave One." RKO-Onroasrp-

i i-r nnirnior screen riatsie rrooorea it ne mhi prmsfn.

0rAR- vrinnrT. Te the released at the

Cerjtral Theatre,

of the best known fans and : sup-
nnntar. nf Knth nrnipffRlnnfll ; and

amateur baseball on both ides of

tbe border; Morland is president
nf the Atlantic Teener league and

Una Viooti i a mmA ksnivrHinfltntr fnr

Kins- vwaj immvu
Itheiselection of the final All-Star

team to represent the Isthmus at
Hershey. "". f,
Prlnr in thpir rtprtarture date for

the United States, the T e e n e r

League groups irom Dotn siaes oi
u TtumnB Km Anlietinv the.

IMC xaiumuB wt .Mw v.""

DUjfVI M .. n
to help finance the trip. Each in

dividual is asicea ia comriuum, uji
your do'lars are" going" to a good
that holna direet these

IRHOV 'MM M,njfm - ,j
youngsters towards what could be

a gainful career ouj more impor important
tant important is the tremendous role played

hv amateur a nor IS towaras com

katinff invanila HplinouenCV;

ine scneauie ior jiwy-iis up-

tween the .Atlantic and Pacuic
Cirla Twnar T.eaffiip.1 Will beClU

Saturday AprU 27, wit.' the first

game scheduled ior tne run
ton Diamond. Booster tickets at
$1 are already, on ale and will
cover- admission to all the games.

The full scheduled wuows:
Saturday. AorU 27 At Fort

Clayton, 7 p.m. . j

. Sunday,1 Apm X --ai au nos
Stadium, 7 r'V'
f Wednesdays May 1 At Mt
Hope Stadium, 7 p.m; j
. Friday, May S -At Fort Clay Clayton.;
ton.; Clayton.; 7 p.m. i;'' t
; Saturday, May 4 At Mt. Hope
Stadium, p.m )
Sunday, May At B 1 1 b o A
Stadium 2 p".m. ' v '
- The seventh game ef the sched
uled playoffs, will be announced t
a later date. 5



, ..... !.u rtcnm tnUmPr face twists ftft he slamtf the ; v v

PPJ? TO HIS K'SV with Ray Robinson.

. -fefaXi.,m H trains at Tam o' Shanter U0U V-iuo-

Alttjr A iuv . .... .-

Barney Ross Figlits 'Again

-iTo Keep Shock ,: Scenes i

In Movie Orilis Lile

KT.Vt, VnUTT TrPBarnv Ttftis

still was fighting today "for the
ki-'who think I'm a hero.'

He. was always a, oattier, tms
Muniliiiw tlittla h man v tmnt tWm

Chicago, ghetto. He proved it often

Dy conquering ui povony wmu

UnBeafen Cafe Bohio

To Meet Jaen-topez

In Softball Series:

--.y Jv i i.;,.s'i -' ..

Tafa Ttnhln, eharaninni of the

Rainbow City Open Classification
Wthall Taffiie. will be Bin a

thraa.sama aerieji today at Rain-

.uv e ------ j

bow City against 'ine.uion.cnsni'

pions, Jaen-ti0pei. ;,7 rt

- ......
Tna Rnhtn taam litst't concluded

S complete season without a de defeat
feat defeat and as such should be con con-uiarad
uiarad con-uiarad tha hact team on the At

lantic sid.The teams wttch play
... A ; 11 J.

in this series represent. m iup
two leagues on this side of t
Isthmus. 'Arrangements are be being
ing being made to have the winners of
this series play witM""Deportivo

Mauricio, 1957 champions of fapa-
ma City.

Tha aaennd vans of this LiODei-

Bohio series, will be played in- Co Co-inn
inn Co-inn tnmorma. Preaentation of tro

phies of players and teams in EB-

COCSl. WlU MODI noay n uie

Playground, originally scneauiea
t ui.v nlana had tn ba altered

for reaaona beyond the control of

tne Doanx ot wwwri
. i ... i.

Along The 'fairways


in the Flag tournament held by
v.. nmaH o4 tha Frt 'Amador

Golf Oub last week Hester Hen

derson woe first as she was 4 me
only golfer to reach the 19th hole.
Audrey Saupe placed second and
Mo WilBams was third, law gross
was won by Connie Bishop with
an 82. Bobbie Hughes won tbe put
ting prise. -
Scheduled for thU week Is a Se
lected Blind Nine tournament us using
ing using one-half handicap. --.
Committee member are re reminded
minded reminded there -will be a meeting
oo Thursday after, the morning's
' '- t
Sports Shorts 1

" CHICAGO (UP V-Ray Robinaofc
planned sparring sessions today
and Wednesday at hi -traafting
eamp at.Jo Louis uymnaira an
coodiuouing for his May 1 title
fight with middleweight champion
Gene Fullmer.
Robinson boxed four r o tt a a I
MondaT flooring sparring partner
Lee Williams with a right chop in
the second round. Otis Woodard
also worked two rounds with the
former champ.
Eabmwn alsn c'J tome rpd rpd-work
work rpd-work in an effort to fr'? his
veirM ('in to the lr3 po-mi Lx.rt
lor e t : -t.

itAnnnarinir tha Hina hahif

wow ne is ngnting 10 'save irom
censorship several shock scenes in
a motion nir-tiira' of hia lifa "ha.

.ic... th m a v' k-n an ma Vlfl

from fettinz the monkey on his

Mt Back" is the name of the

lslavl MMm iA Ks VJklaislawl Tt 4

SlltU BPWM W .tmst aar r

jargon for one with ,the. habit.

"There is one real ,gn ting

oana wtiiph win alva. Vml tha

horrors he said." "But, that's the

way It should be. Because, u k
does, it lust might keep some kid
frnm tabina tha atllff And if

we help Just one kid tt will, be

worth au tne trounie were pav

ing." ---
bsMa Vnnwk W ean Ka tnllffh

enough for some kids without that

added handicap Because ne, ioo,

came op tne nam way., oorn rw
ttaanfcVv hia an a. ehild

hood of poverty. It became worse

when, with Barney oniy if., nis

WlnA tiinn 1fr ii Tib nrn-

tir-acvaA .fvrtm atrapt ficrlita to ., the

amateurs ana on 10 me pros, di-

i mnn fha ItOhtuiO tfht rhlfn.

pionship-by defeating tough Tony

uanzoneru a year laier ne jyo
the welterweight title "from' "Jim "Jimmy
my "Jimmy i'McLarnin. His "career" ended

under ""the hammering lists oi

Rigr.ey, Bragan

Teudin' And

mww vnRK fiTPW-Sill 'Rienev

of the Giants and Bobby Bragan
of the Pirates are a 'feudin' and
a fightln' again. "..1
"A curt 'to hell with him," di directed
rected directed by Higney at Bragan when

the- Pittsburgh, manager fiought

the use of 'the Polo Grounds-ior
some post-game batting practice
itpH thn fmiil which

lUUUUU,f a W j,Ma v
has been goingAnfsince .Brsgan

picked the uiants to imisn iaai
this 46pring. ,.-.:.

' taniireh's'! J 5-i lOIS

to the Giants Monday. Rigney re

ceived word ID BIS ciuonouse m m-ii.a
ii.a m-ii.a that Ttraean desired nermis-

tha field an that three

of his players Dick Groat, ram

Smun and nans: oues Kimm

Jet in some extra batting liens.

Sn urn'ra a llRt-Dlape club.

eh?" -Rigney snapped. "To; hell
wifh. him. Tha. ajiawaS Ja- 'No.'"'

i When iiigney 'a --message w a -re

layed nacK to Bragan uie-iH-

in the Marines and then came the

night m a sheUhoie on uuaaaica
nal which changed tbe course of

his life,-Barney reruseo to leave

three wounded comrades when

orders came, to withdraw." when
than ant tham nut ..tha next dav.

the shellhole was ringed with en

emy dead, out Barney naa nu numerous
merous numerous shrapnel -. wounds of the
hands snd arms as well as. a bad

case of malaria. .
nut tha trnuhla. started when a

well-meaning medic gave Barney
tw miHih mnrnhine. t-'

f'After thatlf I didn't get it,";

I'd Start aching au over, ne re re-ealla
ealla re-ealla somberly. ,'So I started

stealing it from, the medics.": :
tt laR ha knew ha had to do

anmathins. Tha c r I V i 0 1 had

wrecked his home and hi .vile.
So Barney turned himself in at. a
government hospital for drug ad addicts.
dicts. addicts. "A W nt Viii. think I'm

hero,'! he said simply. "I can't

let them down." .i ;

His real world at the moment

is in movieland's cuttmg room.

Beransa Barnev Ross wants to


. SAILING APRIL" 30, 1957

i ...


burgh-1 have, a feeling he's go-

iniT to- need ertra namns nracuce

worse than we will. And I still say
he's going to finish last." :

Meanwhile,- back at the rancn
' or in the Giants' auarters.

that is,, Rigney somehow got word"
of Brsgan's 'comment and said,

".He's proDatuy mad Because ne
didn't think, ofit. first".. a, l
In all his .years as a manager,
Bragan said he had never previ previously
ously previously been refused permission to
use a fielJ-for batting -vpractice
following a game.



father was shot to death; in; a help fight the monkey which once
holdup. ' v. --.. ... perched on his back. ;

Trautman Siays Minor League
Baseball Ready For Comeback

; CHICAGO (IjpMsnager Marv
Jensoa said middleweight cham-
ninn Cn Fullmer would run hia

tntal rnunHa hnTnd in traininff for

his fight with Sugar. Ray. Robin

son to 50 today witn tnree spar sparring
ring sparring sessions. .: r-i t
Roadwork also was included in
Fullmer' conditioning for the

May 4 title fight .at Chicago Sta Stadium...
dium... Stadium... .

Jenson- halted training Monday

after Fullmer floored sparring

partner Tommy Maddox witn a
stomach punch. He ale went two
rounds with Willie Dillon.

tart of another Msehall
ad. miner leefloe baseball
faces tne ewatemary et-wr
cm petit in from televltien araf
radi amant Hs ether e-reblewis
f ewrvWaL Ceort Trawtman,
arMidnt of the NaHenal Assn.
PrefMaienal baseball
Leatue. Is e-ptimM about the
future, Hewwver. In the forhrw
ina) attaavatch, bo pi aunts the

r Im ptimiam.

Miewr Looua freioaw ; ;
-. WritrMt by United Pra-aa

Ta fnllf.tima ara that Kaek.

ball at our level is --due td make

a comeback perhaps a spectacu spectacular
lar spectacular one. The reasons for that are

envious. :

Our people, keenly aware of

the competition in today's market
for- the entertainment dollar, are
nromotinc baseball as never be

fore. Ia fact, some of our big

brothers ia the majors could well
take lessons from- our clubs on

bowto sell the public.

' A First-Class Product

'VT. have a firct-elaaa nroduet to

tell all the ara t down throueh our

unia turi nciasa u leagues, we nave oase-

.hink- t ia hitfa Mina that the

people M basebau re-routed those
atorm clouds- and began to get a
little sunshine inte their thinking.
There is too mech irresponsible
talk, about how baseball below the
mwi laaviia laval ta flvina AH tha

vine, abexit bow radio and teievt teievt-tioa
tioa teievt-tioa hrvadcauins ere killing tt -at
the gate,, aid about hew we need
tne (MO-OW sUbUuaUoa.fuMd for
survival. ... .... .. ,.


staleme-nlf timpl

trvih. TTirourbout


ball's big stars of tomorrow and
thev'ra vnttna- and eaaer. hitittlinl

more perhaps than some of to

day's big leaguers, wno nave oeea
known to let down a little on oc

casions because they have made

the grade.- ; """" f v

In our mmmnnltie tne fans, are

bemg sola on tbe ides that the
nA K.I1 nark- la tha flar-e to en

fnr vhnlrmma frejh-air refrea-

Uon at a moderate price. -

To be sure mere are many
ehibs which have their problems.
But we're scrsppers. We're fight fighting
ing fighting back against the tmfsir com-

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the ; petitioa of saturatiosi radio broad

not tha

trnrtura if tha Natinnat A.oa ixaatina Af aiiwr leartia vamea in-

we have people who operaie their: to our territory. 're battling to

traacni-es as auccefsiully as the retrieve our Zi-ukq animm. tne
men who run tnrr ia tbe major iiivmg room fans who left our
lei met. Vim rererriv r-nr-r'.eted a narka temnoramhv Her a u Re of the

aiirve-r &f nr..c ttr-a-i t r i m4 tnt. t-T -t. rt tha K Tl tfama on tha TV

motJfmt and tie rtslU are mart s-r-t. And fcv Intel.. ent Momouon

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. 5 The Hamilton Objective
As little as $10 a" month!
Or as much as yo wish
Hamilton Funds'

POK RENT: -Chalet at Coif
, Height. Large garden, living living-room,
room, living-room, dining room, 3 bedrooms,
1 bathrooms, maid'a room,
hot water. Completely furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. Contract can bo arranged
for i voir. Phono morning
3-2WJ. Evenings, MM).
FOR RENT 'OR .SALE: -Spacious
cool rOtidonco, elegant elegant-ly
ly elegant-ly furnished 2 bedrooms, 2
baths, perch, living, dining, all
rooms light and largo, 4U0
fumishod, 2 maid's rooms with
bath, largo garden. Owner
having isthmus. Call 3-032 or
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom
chalet, hot wator, all modem
x conveniences, furnished or wn wn-furnished.
furnished. wn-furnished. One bedroom apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, living-dining room, mod mod-rn,
rn, mod-rn, furnished or unfurnished.
First Avenue, El Carmen, ap apposite
posite apposite house 4. Panama.
FOR RENT: Brand new
two-bedroom chalet, large
porch, garage, spacious gar garden.
den. garden. Ls Cumbres. Phono 3 3-1133.
1133. 3-1133. '''
FOR RENT: Throe bod-,
room chalet, two bathroom,
hot water, delicious climate,
spacious gardon. SS0.00. Tel
3-1133 ...
FOR RENT: Furnished 3
bedroom chaMt, 2 bathrooms,
hot water, maid's room. Near
bus stop. Tel. 2-2175 from t
p.m. to 12 noon or "J p.m. to;
. 5 p.m. '-..;.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Big space for
office in first plant of 22 East
Bie Street No. 24-72 $100.- In Information
formation Information Tel. 2-2711. Sth St.
No. S-30.
FOR RENT: Spacious lo lo-cale,
cale, lo-cale, formerly occupied by
Lavanderia Reina. S50.- Bocas
atel Tore street No. 4 Chorrillo
Phone, M2M.
FOR RENT;: ( Fursnlshod
' small! room .with service and
, entrance, Independent. Corn-
or or vniie avo. era .wn i.
No. I Panama. Tel. 3-1103.
JMIish Official ,".
1 '..? -V
Files For Divorce
From Young Wife
LONDON, April 24 (UP)
' -S-M A IIMHt 1
wyn Lloyd has filed a petition
lor divorce from his former pri pri-mtniATv
mtniATv pri-mtniATv after six years 01
n.Ha tt waa disclosed last
i' Lloyd, 53, haa been separated
fmm tia wire. Kicnei bavmukm.
20, for some time. They have a
daughter, jonanna,
tv itimrr, action was an
nnunced by the law firm of
'Charles Russell and Company.
A ixuwuu tm.&
behalf of Mr. Selwyn Uoyd for
the dissolution of his
with his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth
Uovd. the firm's sUtement
aid., I
" "The petition has been set
down In the list of undefended
cases for hearing during the
Easter law sittings."
The statement did not disclose
on what grounds the divorce
wag being asked.
CALL 2-2374
CALLS 'TIL 10 09 P-M.
25 cycle conversion,
Antenna inttaRation



ATTENTION. I.! Jest bait)
meeera fomiskad apartments, I,
,2 bedrooms, hot, cold wator.
Pliant Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Fumishod a.
partmonts on Via Par r a a, ; No.
120, ovorlooking SAS cammis cammis-sary,
sary, cammis-sary, bosido Roesovolt Thes Thes-tro.
tro. Thes-tro. Tolopono 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished a a-artmont,
artmont, a-artmont, private entrance.
Lovaly residential a c 1 1 0 n.
Largo living room, dining
room, two' bodrooma, 2 baths
maid's quarters, lacked gar gar-.ago.
.ago. gar-.ago. Panama 3-0873..
FOR RENT: Very cool and
. comfortable screened one bod bod-room
room bod-room apartment In St. Regis
building Da r ten Street. For In Information
formation Information please 2-1455
during office hours.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartments, completely mod modern,
ern, modern, in. construction, ready to
be occupied in first days of
May. 570.- Information Tel. 2 2-2713.
2713. 2-2713. Sth Street No. 540.
FOR RENT:- Two bedroom
apartment with hot water
near Bolls Vista Theatre. Ave
Cuba No. 58 Corner 41 Street
Tel, 3-332 2-1227.
FOR RENT: -.Spacious 2 bed bed-.
. bed-. room apartment, 2 bathrooms
maid's room with bathroom,
hot water, garage. Alberto Na Navarre
varre Navarre street No. 52, El Can Can-greje.
greje. Can-greje. Inquire Apt. 5 Phono 3-
TO SUBLET: Approximate,
ly three months mid-May to
Mid-August, priced under ac actual
tual actual rant for desirable tenant,
preferably without email chil children:
dren: children: luxuriously completely
furnished, large, cool, moscjui moscjui-tofree
tofree moscjui-tofree penthouse apartment
with beautiful view overlook overlooking
ing overlooking Panama Bay, living room,
dining room,, four large bal balconies,
conies, balconies, three bedrooms; (two
irconditioned), two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, enclosed laundry, com.
tlete mold's quarters and,
ath; servants and utilities by
mutual arrangement,' Please
phone heme 3-4157. or office 3-
5334". 7
FOR RENT: Modern and In Independent
dependent Independent small apartment
in brand new building, ideal
for bachelor, $50- Call S-20U.
business hours.
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1190 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Paaama
3-1377, Cristobal 3-173.
'OSTirS COTTAGES and lanje
baacb house. One utile past Ce Celine.
line. Celine. Pbeno Balboa 1S6C.
Baldwin's furnished apart
ments at Santa Clara Baech,
Telephone Smith,. Balboa 3611.
French Investigate
Odd Plane Accident
Fatal To American
PARIS. April 24 (UP) French
government experts maintained
secrecy today on their invest!
gatlon Into the freak accident
aboard an Air France super-u
Constellation airliner which
cost an American tourist his life.
Jack Rodney Nash. 32, of
Memphis, Term., was sucked out
by the rush of air from the
pressurized cabin when a win window
dow window shattered at 18,000 feet
over Northern Iraq Saturday
night His body was recovered
by a search party yesterday.
Aviation circles advanced four
possible theories for the col collapse
lapse collapse of the double-pane win window:
dow: window: "Plexlglas fatigue," a flaw
In the glass, unusual vibrations
Impact from a meteor.
The victim's oarents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Nash, flew to Is Istanbul,
tanbul, Istanbul, Turkey, today. It was
presumed they would continue
on to Bagdad, Iraq. a
Airy, modem 3 bedroom, t
bathroom apartment, bal bal-eey,
eey, bal-eey, an aid's room wttk
bath, hoi water, garage.
I154.M. ,Call t-4121, basi-
far rent, from May I5th to
OeUber 30th, attaated at
Via Espaaa aad Uth St U
Cresta." Tory c ventcat
price; we art atet seekir
hlrh resti, we waat the
b-ooMO to be wdl eared. For
farther tnferotaUoi pleaec
raO rhesM l-tntt Fmnama
City, or snevtre at the res-Mesice.


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the Bella Vista Theatre.
FOR SALE: Beautiful blue
55 Pontiae Convertible., Looks
now, perfect condition, duty'
paid. $2.000 or highest offer.
Contact George Hambleton,
PAA. Tecnmen. v
FOR SALE: Mercury 4 doer
. Sedan 1952, new tiros, good
condition $950. Call Navy Pa Pa-.
. Pa-. cifk 3541.
FOR SALE: 1951 Studea Studea-baker,
baker, Studea-baker, phone Balboa 159.
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick
Special hardtop, conventional
transmission. Radio, heater
whitewalls $1250. Phone Si Si-5132.
5132. Si-5132. FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Con.
vertible big saving for quick
sale, all power equipment, less
than 3000 miles. Phone Balboa
2535 or Panama 3-eo43 days or
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsme Oldsme-bile.
bile. Oldsme-bile. Automatic Behdix wash washer
er washer eO cycles. Quarry Heights
32-3217. a f
FOR SALE: -1949 Packard,
excellent condition. Phone 2 2-175i,
175i, 2-175i, Balboa C.Z.
FOR SALE: 1954 10 pas passenger
senger passenger Land rover, 4 wheel
drive, Station Wagon 3,000
miles 2 months eld. Contact-D
Abbey, Hotel Roosevelt.
FOR SALE: -1947, 4 door,
Oldsmobile very good. Recent
overhaul, 4225.00. Navy 3171.
FOR SALE: 1951 Studebak Studebak-er
er Studebak-er V-3, Automatic transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, excellent condition,.: only
27,000 miles, one owner, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3337. A
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford
Ranch Wagon with radio, heat
or and windshield washer Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. $1250. Call
Kobbe 3142 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Buick
Roadmaster Convertible, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, now paint,
many extras, $400.- 1942 Ford
Station wagon only $95.- 6a-
tun 1.500.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Fairf
lane 4 deer, t Practically new
Phone 3-1133. f
FOR SALEt 1947 Oldsme.
bile, good condition $175.00.
Call Pedro Miguel 4-353.
FOR SaLB: 1955 iftuick
Century, 4 deer sedan. All i tr
tory Installed power equip equipment.
ment. equipment. Perfect throughout. Will
sacrifice for' $2,400.00. Will
consider a trade. House 320
Empire, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford
Ranchwagotv I cylinder, ra radio
dio radio and heater, underceating
all convetienal accessories, 32,
004 miles, 4hree v new tires.
$850.00. Cell 87-312. Qtrs. 403 403-B
B 403-B Ft. Clayton
mt AI B, 140 imur dmmr'--
Pontlac sedan. Coed condition
$3U call romos efflce rana rana-ma
ma rana-ma 2-1M1, Home,, 3-424.
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
tor rates and Information
TeL Panama t-iSSl
Fackora SMepeta Movers
Pbonaa 2-2451 r2-JZ5
Laara Rldhig at
Riding Jeatping aassaa dih
8 to 5 p.m. Pbooo 2-2451
'out tiinrnTt.aa
St. Z-4SS7
Balboa Serr'm Center
anciAi. Aran, omt
NOW 13.75
susoi t-acs
VJ, eiii aad
aiodd v
With F 1.2 Lens V
raaami N. Terk CeMa

aLUKNla flK 111 IR FFiriFK JIT 11.9f
FOR SALE: Deep freezo.
14 Cubic feet. Panama 3-0873.
FOR SALE: Indian "30"
motorcycle. Will trade for any
item approximate value $300. $300.-Call
Call $300.-Call 2-4319. House 152. B. Ga Ga-vlllan
vlllan Ga-vlllan Rd. Balboa.
FOR SALE: -Cocker Spaniel
puppies weeks old $20.- each.
Kobbe 5241. t
0B1106 Hi-Fi
amplifier, 3
mm.' movie- pro-
iector. Panama 3-2109 4 4
FOR SALE: 21 in. Silvorteno
TV. Call 2-390 Ancon.
The Curundti Pest Restaur Restaurant
ant Restaurant offers Invitation to bid. on
contract to operate an VP
C.Z. Prospective bidders are
invited to visit the -operations.
Bids nhould be submitted m
duplicate, in sealed envelopes
properly Identified en the out outside,
side, outside, and enclosed in another
envelope addressed to the In Installation
stallation Installation Officer for the at attention
tention attention of the Post Restaur Restaur-ant
ant Restaur-ant Officer. Bids will be op opened
ened opened at 1400 hours en IS May
; 1957 In the Post Restaurant
; Building. For further inform information
ation information call Curundu 4205 er
US Marines
(Uontrnued from Vega 1)
swarming like this year's pana
ma city mosauitoes..
With .the Marines all safely
ashore, the guests: were 'bulk-
freighted off to Gatun Dam.
Here came the rrst-ever de demonstration
monstration demonstration in this af ea of the
Marines' new techniqne of ver
tical envelopment in other
words, bit 'am with helicon-
ten. t !- u-' : --i'
fikyralders and furies apent
some time aishearterona tno en
erny in his Jungle positions
commanding tax Gatun pam.
Skyr aider flipped In. a taclcal
atom bomb for luck and the
Ley te's hellcoDtsrs. came .churn
ing in among th treetpps, land-
ea tneir. iignting men on the
grassy slope of the dam, and
whirled off back to the Leyte
ior seconas.
Other helicopters lugged in
heavy mortars. -v?
By the time -the troops who
cam in with tha second wave
had dispersed to their fighting
positions, inevjaarines naa oa
tnn Dam cleared of evervthlne
except president tie la Guardla.
Gov. Potter a oud1 of bus
loads of generals, and as many
field grade officers to the square
yard as has recently reported
anywnere in me tree: world.
(This la on the say-so of a GI
who does not account the Pen
tagon as part oi the free world.)
By tomorrow the Marines will
have reduced the Gatun section
of the aggressor forces to such
Impotence that the ruests will
be able momentarily to divert
their efforts to Ft. Kobbe, where
there will be a static display of
modern weapons, most of them
used in Canb-Ex.
as usual at aster an aggres aggressor
sor aggressor force has established itself
in the vicinity of Santa Clara
and Friday the paratroopers, an
airlifted battalion of the 20th
Infantry, and all the field grade
taient aforesaid will be off to
Rio Hat to cope with this sit situation
uation situation after their various fash fashions.
ions. fashions. ;
Stabbed Man Uses
Assailant's Knife;
Kills Attacker
PALLANZA, Italy. April 24
(UP) A man stabbed In the
stomach during an argument
over a gam of cards palled out!
the knife and fatally wounded
his assailant, It was reported
Salvatore MascluDo. 35. died
of wounds Inflicted with has
own knife In an ambulance on
the' way to the hospital Angel
vaiena, 42, was reported in
critical condition. 1
The argument occurred, yes yesterday
terday yesterday in a wine shoo on toe
short of Lake Maggiore. x :
Mormons To Build
Fourteenth Temple
!n English City
LOKDOK. Aprfl U fUP) The
eoraer stone of the first Mor
mon Tempi to o ereeiea m
England vrtJl be laid at cere
monies May 11, It was announc announced
ed announced today.
The temple ls being troiii at
NewchaoeL Surrey, and will be
called th London District temi
Pie. It win be th 'th Worm on
1 temple tn the world.

3 Lo CASA ZALDO Centrt

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'Specialists in Television, Hi-FI,
Radio, ; Phonograph, V Tansmif- f
, tors,; receivers, and ; all elec
trenic: equipment. Service calls
$2.50. Call; by 7:00 p.m. for
same day service. All work
' guaranteed. Phone U.S. televi television
sion television Panama 2-414.
Motorcycles 7
FOR SALE: Harley David-
son motorcycle 1955 Model 74,
all extras. Low, milleage, Best
offer for cash. Tel. 2-1213.
officer' for the Caribbean Air'
Command, was recently pro promoted
moted promoted to captain. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J.
Marine of Panama City. Ma Marine
rine Marine attended school in Balboa
and gradated from Balboa
.Junior college in 1948. prior to
his Caribbean' assignment, he
was assigned to Lajes Field in
the Azores. Marine, his wlfa
and their three children reside
at Albrook. (US AS Photo)-
Officials Poublful
Of Piiol's Claim
To Red Xhina. Trip ;
flight into Red China' today, but
qualified source said mey cpn cpn-sidered
sidered cpn-sidered it unlikely the flight was
actually mader
Pilot Henry Bush did enter
Hong Kong a few days before
the alleged nignt, according to
Immigration records. He ob
tained a vista for Macao from
the Portuguese consulate here
Anrll fourth
But the sources were ryariii
cuiariy acenucai about susn s
claim that he obtained an am
nhlblan in the Portuguese col
ony In which he made the trio.
Macao Air Transport, a charter
airliner, keeps a PBY amjhi
blan. but; It was In Hong Kong
Anril fifth .the dy Bush
claims he made the trip.
4 .
Bush. 42. of Long Island, 'd
In Tokvn -he and an unidentifi unidentified
ed unidentified British co-ollot flew into
Communist terrttorv "'most 3S0
miJes rue north or Macao to
flv a IS year old Chinese boy
out to freedom. He turned down
an Mfer of dollars to do
so. ne said. Because no man
could have talrel to fat hov'S
narent anrl not buster' h's neck
to help them get' their son
back." ;
i v
Sources her. said in addition
to the fact .that the PBY am amphibian
phibian amphibian was not in Macao the
dv Bush said he made tne
flle-ht It was unlikely Portu
guese authorities would have let
him take olf because or me
tenuous relations -existing -.with
Communist China.
Fire In Mine v
Goes Out r ;
After 30 Years
DURHAM. Knaland (UP) i
Thirty vears aro a rrouD of ml'
ners at the Oreenalde Colliery
were brewtaa tea far' under under-eround.
eround. under-eround. The tlnv burner they
were uslnc Upoed over sad
started a fire. Monday, miners
maklna! a pertodle check of the
area, reoorted the fire finally
had burned out 1
Rescued Pooch ;
Bites Hand s
NTW YOHK ffJPPstrolman
Alfred TOe field climbed down in
to a sewer Monday r rescue"
dosr UanTjed there. After consid
erable effort he fir ally snared
the animal and batled it to the
street. Then the dec bit him.
Couldn't Break Out
Edward Turrer. S. locked
himself in when he broke Into a
local store S'jrxiev and had to
call police to tH hiaa omL a court 1
was told M'xuay.

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-J Ametlcah- officials, were !-T'CroorJhTh

nntiTnA siaiviMiia
FOR 'SALE: At Playa Co Co-ronado.
ronado. Co-ronado. Servel gas refrigera refrigerator,;
tor,; refrigerator,; like new. Two beds with
' Simmons v mattresses; break breakfast'
fast' breakfast' bar 'chairs, tables and
chest -of drawers. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-4648 days for infer-
FOR SAL Eh 25 cycle wash-,1
ing machine, $25.00 Call Bal-'
boa 3475.. "4 ( -,
POR SALE; -- Piano, house household,
hold, household, furniture, china, etc. Tel.
3-4489 38th Street No. 272
. from 2 to. 7..
FOR SALE: Urgent bargain
bedroom et. livingroom sot,
.diningroomcet. stove, heater,
youthbed, baby's car r I a g e
Phono 2-39i5.
FOR SALE: -washing
' machine
Good condition $30.'
brook 84-2133.
60 cycle.'
Phono AI-
Mrs. Genevieve Fath,widow of ;
,the ', ; .late w- fashion'. designer i
Jachuei Fatht Is shown, Jn the I
studiAot f her woTld-fmoig J
f'Earisian ia,snion nouse, ,wnicn j ;
IS oon,iO tyose 11s ouuisv, vir,
Cost Of Livina
To Record For
The cost of living shot to
record hlRh in March for the se seventh
venth seventh straight month, the gov
ernment reported today. An oI-
flcial said food and otheT prices
vui climb still higher .this
V. A
TVi Vtw in the Bureau Of LA-
tar statistics Drice index brought
automatic wage increases 01 one
tn three cents an hour tor
000 workers tn the railroad, air
craft, electrical and a variety di
other industries. -"
The bureau reported that the
purchasing power of the aver-
p fartarv worker's nav check
dropped in March for the second
month in a row. The aecune
wiped out gains In buying power
made' since March, 1958,
Pood prlcea dropped four four-tenths
tenths four-tenths of one per cent th March,
with eggs and pork leading the
way. But increase for all other
major groups of goods and serv services.
ices. services. Including rents, home
maintenance costs, clothln and
nsed ears, more than offset tne
decline. t
The bureau's cost of living In
dex rose two-tenths of one per

1 is ;

P. in Jne will leave '.'.Christian-!

x Dior as ; Paris Nq, ; 1 fashionij
.i arbiter,' '-v- : K-;- ',
r i. : -!'"ft : rl

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' Real Estate :

,FOR SALE;; Modern 2-bed-room
chalet, maid's room, and
, bath, hot and cold water,
screened, yard, patio, sliding
door closets, etc.. Phone Ama Amador
dor Amador 5193 from 8 to 4. 104 Calle
84 East between Via Po Po-rras
rras Po-rras and 50th St.
FOR SALE: Fully furnished
. concrete cottage, Santa Clara
Beach, leaving. Asking $2800.- '-Make
Make '-Make : offer, Phone Cramlich.
Gamboa 4-441.- t
FOR SALE: Lot 8000 sq
mts. Saa Cliff acres Santa Cla Clara,
ra, Clara, fenced, fruit trees, alumi aluminum
num aluminum trailer and ranch on main
highway: Dargain. Call Bene,
detti, Balboa .125 working
hours, Balboa' 3085 after hours.

by Erskin Johnson

Hnr.t.YWOOD fNEAV Exclu
sively Yours : This time it's Holly.
wood's chin ana wouywooa
Hunkinff The film version of Dia
na Barrymore's "Too Much, Too
Soon" (Henry Holt and Co.) will
h minus her Confidential like
confessions about living it up as a
movie starlet in the mia 40 s.
Diana gets real chatty about
long dresfing room lunch hours
with Rory Donlevy,,. romances
with Rory Calhoun George,
Brent, Vic Mature ? and' Errol
Flynn; the drinking problems of
har fathef, the late John Barry,
more, and a vivid description of
e rio,Uywood e o e k t 1 L psrty,
brawl.' ;f
There also was a marriage pro
posal from Van- Heflin.- writes
Diana., who wilL be. nlayed in the
film by Carroll (Baby Doll) Bak
er. As Diana puts ysn mrougn we
wringer; i- -p 7 iv.
'PM SERIOUS, 'he' said., I
want to marry you.' I said no. He
smiled, 'All right, then I'U be
your next husband Two ilays lat later
er later Van JHeflin, married Trances
Neal an actress," '
But Hollywood can rela. about
Constance pennett. 5: '.
; Connie, isn't a "tell all." The
nnA.timo movie oueen when i Hol
lywood was a land of Peck's Bad
Bovs and Uins lurnea nowr ri
book : nublisher's offer for-, her
memoirs,- she told me between
shows at the Sahara Hotel in Las
Vegas, t-. -, ,. 1
. "Thev wanted me to give them
the real lewdown on au tne peo-
In US Shoots
o .-
cent between Februam and
March to 118.B ber cent of aver
age f&47-49 prices. This pushed
It 3.7 per cent higher than a year
ago. f V 4. r,
H. S. Rljey. chief of the bur bureau's
eau's bureau's price division, said the out outlook
look outlook for April shows further in increases
creases increases in major groups of goods
and services, including food. He
declined to predict the ( price
trend beyond April. ': 7
The March price increase
meant a three-cent hourly pay
increase on May' 1 for nearly
one million railroad workers
whose wage contracts .carry es escalator
calator escalator clauses. Another 400,000
workers in various industries will
get some pay Increases under
similar clauses.
The bureau said that average
weekly take-home pay for facto
ry workers dropped more than
30 cents between February and
March due to a decline in the
average work week. Average
take-home pay in March for a
factory worker with three de dependents
pendents dependents was $74.65 a week.
Dr. Sfhveitzer
Of Danger In
OSLO, Norway, April J4 (UP!
Dr. Albert SchweiUer, 82,
urged the people of the world
last night to pres sthelr govern governments
ments governments for an end to nuclear
arms test to avert a "catas
trophe for the human race."
The missionary doctor, phi
losopher and Nobel Peace prize
winner, warned in a spec 11
broadcast message that human humanity
ity humanity would "pay terrible price"
unless atomic and hydrogen
bomb experiments were ended.
8cbeweitzer said radioactivity
released through nuclear tests
threatened not only the health
of the present generation but
raised the danger of "profound
damage to our descendants."
Babies, he said, might be still stillborn
born stillborn or come Into life with
mental 01 phvrical defecta.
He said public opinion was
not sDiilciently aware of these
"We are rontlnu'r.g this tnV.y
la though t.ewness. Schweitzer

Domestic Employes

Cook and oen.
oral .housekeeper.
Must he
House 20 Los Rios.
Ndncy Davis ;
Cets Courted-;
All Over Again
Davis enloyed a second court courtship
ship courtship during f limine of "Hellcats
of the Navy." She 'plays the
sweetheart of Ronald Reaean in
the film, He's her real life hus
band. ;- ?. 1 ;
pie J ever :: knew in Hollywood,"
she' said, "and r told em to gt
jump., Then they asked me to just
sit down and talk about myself,
my impressions of people or any
thing'. They listened to me for a a-bout
bout a-bout three hours and then said.
'Sorr.y Miss Bennett, I g u e s 1
you re 100 normal.'
Constance tBennett too normal?
Well, that's what they said, even
if Hollywood does remember her
as one of its zippiest, most fabu fabulously
lously fabulously dressed, sometimes temper temperamental
amental temperamental .always the doll-in-the-public-eye.
Once at, $30,000 a week
ior tne jMi Warner movie.
"Bought." V;
La Bennett, who 'nova live. In
New York,; has been night club
warbling between staea show in
tne act, she changes from a ..'fain...
wjr evening gown ana ; nairao uj
blue leans, a shirt and a tmnvtail
for her "Dungaree Doll", number
m st seconds flat. .Without help.
She's laughing::;;' .ivV.' v.', :-
"la the COOd t Old Wnllvwnnd
days ft woiiid have taken two
hours., with nine studio rtnenla
stumbling over one. another.".
title song of Bing.Crosby's movie,
"Man On Fire," is a romatnic bal ballad
lad ballad about a "man on fire is a
man in love." But the Blot of the
film is. about a man on fire in a
battle with his ex-wuY ever cunto-
dy of their'son. Well, at least the
song and the movisraroth hou
'"Jailhousa ,R o c twas to
strong a movie title for E 1 v i s
jtreuey una rus career guides.
The'MGM movie next on his list
of things to do now is being call called
ed called "UnUUed Presley feature."
'Wont you come" and- meet my
husband's new wife?'.' the wi r e
nnlv Mrs- T)nnv Thorn a hnntinff
a cocktail, party for, v Marjorie
Lord, next season's TV wife for
Danny. Even the cocktail nap napkins
kins napkins read: :. k.-.V' '..i
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thomas
"and wife." : '':,A,
; mitzi mufmoRS '.'fJescrlption :
of her Jack Cole- stage dance rou-,
tine with-. Gene .Kelly in, "Lei
GirlsT!'t' the -, bnghtest Wordage
MGM hs, heard ina couple of
Say :Mitxf : "It's a real brealr-
your neck, .et-your-hair-on-fue
number.1!. It's "South Pacific1
next for Mitzi but first she'll have
to get the close-cropped hairdo of
Nellie-the-nurse. ; t...---
'I woald have shaved my head
bald." .she laughs, "for this one."
An old 11944) list of MGM'l
contract stars, directors and fea
tured players, in my files tn an
eye popper compared to Holly-
woods current Hire em when
we need em" policy, ine 13-
year-old list shows 33 big name
stars. 94 featured players and 27
directors. A weekly payroll, i'ss
sure, of at least $250,0001
Some Miltown. please, for Holly
wood's current efficiency experts.
Warns World
Nuclear Tests
warned. "It must not happen
that we do not pull ourseivea
together before it Is too lata."
Schweitzer made-his urgent
appeal in a message written at
Lambarene, French Equatorial
Africa, where be is directing
operations of his missionary
The message was broadcast
from Oslo, home of the Nobel
Peace Prize awards, in Frenri
Enelish. German and Russian.
"We -must regard every in increase
crease increase In the existing danger
throurh further creation of ra radioactive
dioactive radioactive elements by atomic
bomb explosions as a catas
trophe for the human race,
SchweiUer said.
"Individuals and peoples
not been excite to st t.:
dancer the attention ah ch it
unfortorately derems." l"
said. "This daneer muse r
remonstrated ano mace cifir
to Uvem."



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Weight Behind Legislation
Racketeering In US Unions

. ATf ttqt A -no Anrll 24 (UP)

' n..i4n uioonhnuier HDurred

on by the Senate investigation

r Dave BecK ana uie ieuK',
nut the administration's weight

yesterday behind legisiawun w

curb misuse or union imius.

tortf nf Tjihnr James P. Mitch

ell to a conference at the vaca vacation
tion vacation White House ftere tomorrow
to discuss anti-racketeermsr bills
to be submitted, to this session

a. h railed one adviser to

Augusta, Elsenhower conferred
annfhai onH snPfl him 011

his way. The president told his

disarmament aavuscr. nam
ttassen, to re-emphasize at .the
)Ondon five-power meeting that
Ihis country believes- disarma disarmament
ment disarmament can best be achieved a step
sit a time, and, not on an all-or-nothing
basis. v,
' Press Secretary James C.
'.Hafferty, announcinf Mitchell s
mission to Angusta, said Eisen Eisen-I
I Eisen-I hower and his labor secretary
would discuss "actions or pos-
s lble actions and possible legis-

RKO Names Francisco
Rossi'Latin America
Supervisor 1
V -Kinw-


latlon that the administration'
would recommend in this
field." He referred to the gen gen-eral
eral gen-eral .field of protecting union
treasuries from abuse.
Three times since 1954 the

administration has recommend

and wplfarp. funds. .Rut the

Thursday meeting will be on a
broader basis and related to the
current Senate investigation of
Beck and his use of the treasury
of his international Teamsters
Union. t
The President and Mitchell,
Hagerty said, will discuss "ac "actions
tions "actions or possible actions and pos possible
sible possible legislation that the admin administration
istration administration could recommend to
Congress in this field."
Mitchell, who will be in, New
York today, will fly from there
tonighfc and meet the president
at the Augusta National' Golf
Club, site of the President's cot cottage,
tage, cottage, at 8:30 a.m. Thursday,
At his last news conference, on
April 17, the President com commented
mented commented "It would appear that
when union funds can be used in
a way that does apparently cre create
ate create scandal in the country, then

there ought to be some legal

means of looiung ai mese uimga
in advance so that kind of abuse

of labor can not take place." At

that time Eisenhower disciosea
that, the r ubor Deoartment un

der Mitchell was watching the
situation closely to ascertain if
there was "anything we could do

The President's talk -with

Walter Branson, H. X. O's Vice
President in Charge of World
Wide Distribution, has announced
the promotion of Francisco Rossi
to the post of Supervisor of Latin
America forR. K. O. The appoint appointment
ment appointment in ffetive immediately.

' Rossi, who has been Manager
of the Panama ; office since he
joined R. K. O. in 1950, wil conti continue
nue continue to have his headquarters in
Panama. In his new position he

reniare Michael Havas. who re-

siened at the beginning of the year,

' For a period while serving as
Tvfan.aor far Panama. Rossi also

-was jin charge of R. K. O's opera-

tionin cuna.
A.natiua nf Argentina, the new

Latin America Supervisor entered
the motion nicture industry in

. t.. aires in 11 with Colum

ijucuu, ....
bia. He moved to Universal seven
years later and after serving that
Minnnw in Panama. Cuba. Puer-

tn Rico. Uruguay and Mexico

came to R. K. O.

Doc May Seek Right

To Give Boy Blood
Despite Objections
GASTONIA, N.C. (UP)-A phy-
aician 'indiratfiH to A a V", hejnaV

I take legal acfion to administer a

blood transfusion to a senousiy senousiy-burned
burned senousiy-burned youngster despite the

parents objections oa reugious
grounds. '

Jerry Mauney, was oumea
nan he t ririent all v knocked a

in nf oasnline in a camDfire last

Saturday. He was reported doing

weu ana tn aocior saia mus iar

has needed only blood substitutes.
The rinnter aaid he had checked

to determine what legal steps can

be taken it whole Diooa is neeaea

Mr. and Mrs. Carl K. Mauney

the narentii. are Jehovah s Wit

nesses, who believe whole blood

transfusions are forbidden By me

Harrisnn Memorial HoSDlUl

here said the elder Mauney agreed

to the use of Diooa suDSimucn ana

any other medical treatment dui

insisted his churcn lorDias Diooa
Jerrv auffered burns Ovtr 25 Der

cent of his body. His doctor said
the anhatitiites would maintain

blood pressure but would not re

place the peeaea rea. Diooa ceu

Stasseh lasted 75 minutes, then

the" disarmament aaviser new
back to i Washington to confer
with Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles before returning
to London where the five-power
talks are to be resumed aft
er an Easter recess. ' (
"rrhe trealdent. received from

Mr. Stassen a review of the Lon

don talks," Hagerty saia. ine
President has followed these
London discussions with Inter Interest.
est. Interest. He had arranged with the

Secretary of State to have Mr.
Kt.n.ssen come to Augusts to give

him a personal report. 1
"The president encouraged the
United States delegation to fol

low tnrougn inorouguiy m uc
resumed negotiations .
"The President i reaffirmed
tht Ttnlted States BOliCV is. aS

stated by the Secretary of State
in his speech or yesterday, that:
"We consider that controls
and reduction of arms are pos possible,,
sible,, possible,, desirable, and in the last
i.HMtnM li41anonaahle r Tt IS

not essential that, controls should

ensompass everymmg
... nPa to Kirelv t. come

by steps carefully measured ana
carefully taken.'

Hearings Start-
On Red Attempts

To Get Industry

i,r omHr.TnM Anrll 24 (UP)

The House Committee on Un Un-American
American Un-American Activities today sched

uled public nearuws av
- ...f mnnth nn flnmmunlSt

attempts to infiltrate industry tti

the area. ... ,. ... ,n

The committee am aooui.
witnesses have been subpenaed
to ftDnear atithe three-day near-

inw. May 7t9.

i Chairman Tancis
it n. i anll the enn-imittee also

t nhtoin information on

current Communist Party orga

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Mayflower II was reported ?142
miles out into the Atlantic today
and scudding along well before an
easterly breeze.

Reports reaching shore Said the
Mayflower, a replica of the pil pilgrim
grim pilgrim fathers' ship was moving
well Warwick fharltnn Arioinotnr

of the Mayflower project who is

sauing auuaru uie .iiny gaueon as
a crewman,, cabled the 'London
Daily Mirror!" ' i
"'At last the little ship ft well
out in the Atlantic,, making five
knots. Alan Villers (the captain)
says: ""The Lord has- been good

to us. -,

Charlton said the only "visitor
the ship had bad was a Royal Air
Force iet bomber which dimed its

j wings in salute. .

In London tne Air Ministry said
.RAF Sachkleton reconnaissance
aircraft would probably escort the
Mayflower on part of its journey

today. Jtsui u saia xney woum wii
be keeping a special "watch.
"Our job is to look for ships in
distress," a spokesman said.
"That doesn't apply to the May Mayflower.''
flower.'' Mayflower.'' 1 1
Charlton said in. his cable to' the
Mirror that boatswain Ike Marsh
celebrated his 58th. birthday yes yesterday
terday yesterday by climbing the rigging.
Felix, the ship's six weeks-old
cat, spent the day finding her sea
legs on the main deck, he said. ,,

Ceo. Washington ;

Arrests Burglars

At US Embassy

T nwnnM Ariril l' fTTPl '. A

bobby named George Washing

ton haled two isngiisn oroiners
into court, today for burglariz burglariz-inst
inst burglariz-inst an American Embassy build

ing. v-

The building was an abandon abandoned
ed abandoned structure scheduled for dem dem-niitlnn
niitlnn dem-niitlnn Th i American DaDers

and pamphlets the burglars took

nan peeo sianeu lor tne iirusxi
, nrnt.hera Pflvmnnd and .John

Coutts were charged with other

burglaries as weu.

US Govt. Rapped For Keeping
Bamboo Curtain Around China



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William Dwight. president of the
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the US. uoveramcm i
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In a strong attack on the State
Department's ban on travel by A A-merican
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life.' He promised that the ANPA
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licy policy "at the highest level."
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