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Sbvs To A Walk
n..4iAnirih.Ei slowed to a walk today.'
1 Th walking wag done by visiting military observers,
" as they prdwled roynd the static, wessons displays and
. 1 demonstrations at Howard Field. l" ..
"m Featuring items as topical as a Nike vguideA missile,
. it was the most extensive such display seen on the Isth Isth-tmus
tmus Isth-tmus in recent memory.
.- AH the" armed services pi the j
United States naa mucn .u
' finest equipment clearly and at attractively
tractively attractively displayed. "l
The observers could get advice
from alert U.S. seryicemen, on
, anything from how to tjS a Jet
fighter to how to tie a. lancy
maneuver ever Held in Centeal
1 i er South America, reaches a cii cii-maxat
maxat cii-maxat Rio Hato tomorrow
morning. ,..". nr,,a.
5 have been tnorousmj w""Vi.
"er by Marine Corpj and Air
Force fiifhters and bombers
bout 1000 paratropers of the
team, 525th Airborne Infantry,
from the 82nd Airborne Dlvi
land on Rl- iA 1
v 12'7"ry t ::t t en Toln yli e
naratro ers 1 1 wi,e out the i-
?re sor Urce hlcb was ven
back from the Pacific end r the
'. canal following an amphiou
' ; landing March 29. j
' By tonlnht. the Marinef who
' ,rfressor forces in that area,
. the Atlantic side phase JjJ
; Carib-Ex w v be .considered
Thftt Is ill the Marines and
Tin "tti Rio Hate area
is rexpec?ed to continue through
." Th -nubile-Is fcvited to. the
I'.Tlbv.cr II Forced
To Turn Scul'iCTd;
2-7c::i D:!:- Seen
LONDON "April- 25 (UP)-Unf -'
YoMble winds forced the May-
iv ana uuwu v
, SStt AH.nUc mta followed by
- the ship's arrival in the V-miea
. Sy'Sg veel, five days
Toi the nymouth to itti Msffort
t duplicate ine 'rfni
i about 3"0 miles west of En-
W when Vsistent north vnnd.
& CspU Alan Villiers to head
"I shall hve to take the south--rlv
route," Villiers rsdioed his
' Sensors her. -'We cannot reach
o Cod -before the first week of
JUEr'lh.t time, the "f.York
ar was to have been in New York
' tftCT a elcominf memory
Cr'nt Fi-hr h.d
. soony, ana wm
... oat cle&T jut where VU- 0f
lert expected to grt his fcrn s, ,c
( the U. S. cot si on
S T" uiZZnlJl Province-
: WASHINGTO?'. Ar-il ts (VT,
The ft! Fcr n F --';
Coaimiaee farfsv ch-?-.v-t r.!"-,
irn DTt T'.:'t on f r -tics
of f"ft S"ct'i 5
PANAMA'S FORMAL r protest
over the purcnase ox, ou.uuu
pounds of Australian oeei oy
the Panama Canal Co. was of-
fiiaiiv nrpspint.pd to the State
Department yesterday by Am
bassador Ricarao Arias, wwi u
ing to El Dia today.,
Thn tnMnld. which ouoted of
fiiai snurrcn natrt the 'ener
rvrntest" nointed out that
rontinued nurchases of this
nature would bring harmful re
percussions to tne ranama .cai
tie industry. ''
Tnis morning the Panama
Chr.'-.bor of Commerce issued e
t ni . .ie i. sjve i ifci"
tit,.' c lfc arcliaae l.us-
Lalldd Led. ) 4
r The arrf t of Beveral foreign-
ers Willi l aiiainaiuau. bcuiunot
their poi .sion has been re reported
ported reported by the Panama, fiecret
Police. The report saldtoany of
fVia o rra ct nipra mil
V11W UliVUtu w -------fi
in both Panama and Colon and
would continue today.
Tne arrests are being' carried
out on orders from Attorney
General Hermogenes de la Ro Rosa
sa Rosa on the basis of indications
that ther havA been geriOUS
discrepancies witt regard to the
Issuing of Panamanian citizen
Former traffic Judge Gavino
Kiarra ontlprrp7. became, acting
Mini.tf of Labor. Social Well
fare ana pu&iic ueaiin agaiu
today for the second time since
his appointment as secretary of
the" ministry. ;
Kiprm win act during
thA ahsance of Mrs. Cecilia Pl-
nel Remon, who left for the U.
& yesterday in connection wiui
negotiations for a Joan to ex expand
pand expand Panama's sewer system.
Ilsiso Or Ceollan!
To CI:n:s Al 9:30
. Many Canal Zone mothers
were cheered today by what they,
termed the first overt recotmi recotmi-Unn
Unn recotmi-Unn hu .isthnrtLip. nf the dan
ger facing their children from
C- les flying low over the Bai
schools. -. i
They based this contention
on the fsct that today ail chil children
dren children who attend school in
Balbos were asked to report
i arhAAl after 1:29 am.
The normal schoolday begins
at 8 a.m.
Thm pnsmi Canal Co.. how
ever, had another explanation
for moving up tne opening 01
the rr'vjl d?y today. Try re re-leasi
leasi re-leasi t' I. ..owing statement:
t.c-rl E. v r, guierirstndent
r!--x "s. sa:i today triat the
hoo.s t? f.-ed in the Bal
boa i.-.Ui 9.33 C;s morn morn-lr,z
lr,z morn-lr,z -c it f as Lr.pcss;ble to
, A Panamanian mnvprnmpnt sourrfi fiflirl todav that the United Sir:
government lias made no further representations on Nike guided mis !!
sites in Panama since Panama's August, 1956,' reply to a United Stal.
request on the )tnatter. : ,
, The source gave no indication ;Ot tne nature oi ranama s repiy,
The mdtter has not 'been discussed between the two countries during the c J J-ministration
ministration J-ministration of President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr., the government source said.
Visiting correspondents who brought up the Nike issue at a meeting today wit'
-11 T i'VA:ll: C DaUa. mJ kik milikiiu nlfirtrt mnil cmkbu!
liUnul A.Une VSUr, Trillium k. I vuci unu ihjjm tiiimtwij vmvi mi, jjvu. Kvi.ikniiu
confused as to how much importance the local military authorities, attach to Ni!
in ahy vent. t ; 'j ,n '' ',ujt"U -A,i, h'-,,-"
" '" 1 I I t 1 ..... 'm.- ..i- - I . ''i : f
raisea ana jowerea soiemniy on its launcner.
EASTER FROG -Three-year-old Jimmy Martin went out hunting for -the Easter Bunny sun sun-'roarPorKob.'ajidv!cam.
'roarPorKob.'ajidv!cam. sun-'roarPorKob.'ajidv!cam. up w.'th a frog instead.,, Jimmy the son of Spl and
Mrs Donald Martin, -61& pretty well in the egg hunting line, too. as children from one to 12
turned out for the mammouth, Easter egg hunt, .sponsored by the Fort Kobbe youth Actlyrtles.
Council. (TJ.S. Army Photo) T -''"
Sixth f Fleet : Ordered I nto j Mediterra nea h
As US Keeps Vomed Eye On Jordan Crisis
Mpanwhllo in Washlneton. U.-
S. -umcian baitt tooty tnan me
unittu'iocatefc toia ranama mbi.
summer it wants nine anu-air-crait
missile stations to protect
the Panama Canal but has not
pressed the Issue, for months.
Authorities emphasized "that
the American approach last
uumMaf xi) a a rrnrma iiikv .am
no 'negotiations, actually have
VAn ton trl fr THA m SI I.I.Pr. i fc.
UCCiA I1C1U V ...v I,
Officials said tne unitea mates
told Panama it wanted pases ior
the Nike n-i .vio rroiwi u.e
vital Panama Canal unauut Pos-
f ion woitld law to b ofsiae
, o, be wioj t tettecttve.
n rjANema vartlilM t.hflT. InA lYlftt
,vnii fiovi trt Visa wnrkMl out
lCC wwa y iw w
by- negotiatina? a new agreement
because tne luesuon wm k
covered by the urrent ,XJ.S. lease
on ..the Canal Zone.. Ii. -k,
-.ii. .aM Vi TTnlt.ed States
drobped the matter at that Point
r.A tviar vp. hpn no annroach
to Panama since last summer.
They were unawe. noweyer. to
say whether the United States
plans to raise the issue aeain.
Panama avrirentlv i an an-xfous
xfous an-xfous to obtains share or the
tolls void bv shiystusino the
waterway, accordlnff to Wash'
iinnton sources. Panamanian
officials i are believed io have
. heen nnniiTtinrH hfi Rmmt'K
Suez Canal takeover to try to
j.TVia TTnloH fit a ton nnva-Pann..
ma $1,950,000 annually f ot rights
In the Canal Zone. This payment
was increased more tnan two
years ago irom. sisu.uuu.
ah 4 Ji
No Tax Cut Sc.
For This Year ;
By Sen. Hrs,:l
noie r -r
Ex r v
ta I s.
fj rerauv( 01 me
tv t-.e parses tak-:.-,-.n
at A) brook
-i ;m tr.e Carib-
- l 7n"e residents
f k r for tbe
4 'or ronway
l-f" e tbey
i ,t t r 'anes
- t rrv k freat freat-t
t freat-t e t th f f their
- f i" tv e civic
- a pa;?n
- - t'r-
' AMMAN, Jordan.SApril 25 -frni
TCincr Hussein, mobiliz-
. j tK. nn ana iM.iaTd mar
CU iitc i J 7
i.t.t l .arl tjvlair In &T ellorf
nirtoii a Pnmmunist'COun.
- The-young Jung oaiuicu
Lst poUUCai parties ui u
to tase over iron vuu
kingdom,- ; ; -.-
rr .it(l shnrtlv a.f ter mid
a nff nnther dav
of Leftist-led demonstrations a-
gainst the government ei pre
mier Hussein iviianui.
Khalidl abruptly rsfpied
ht the middle of the nirht.
bat the 22-year-old, British -edoeated
King was ready with
flrir meanores U prevent nis
kingdom from falling apart.
After ordering armored bat battalions
talions battalions te take eontrol in all
cities be ordered pro-Wert-rm
and Turkish-born former
Premier 1 Ibrahim ttashem to
Hishem immediately went be before
fore before the nation with a radio
message declaring his determl-
n..inn "MtahHRh law and OT-
der in our homeland and give
peeee of -nina to tne penp.e.
u..k aA the revolt-had
.romed such prpportkms that
"the go'ernment juws uo .uri .urinative
native .urinative but to proclaim martial
i. .nrt dnnt itrineent mea-
mres to preserve the safety of
th nome ana.
mr Hn.urln .rcv nad
clamped a curfew on the main
cities of hU kindom after blam blaming
ing blaming the disturbances In Jordan
n intm.timiiii cnmmnnirau
Hawein srofce o" the Jpm Jpm-tilem.
tilem. Jpm-tilem. JDTdsiv r-j:o. shortly
er midr'ent warr.tr.g ris v
wABWTMriTnw. Anrll. 25 (IIP)
The United SUtes, keeping a
Worried eye on the crisis in Jor Jordan,
dan, Jordan, ordered its Sixth Fleet to-
rioo iniv tn w:astern Mediter
ranean In what was Initially de
scribed as a -precautionary
Th Rlrlh Ttept. which ; ln-
AiiiHi th mio-ht.v jiirnraft car
rier Forrestal and ts far-rang-
inr pianes, is tne piajor u. a.
mllitenr force near the Middle
East. i -.
Tf nnM V th flrxt to be OT-
AarmA intsv .nt.lnn nhnnlrt Amer
ican forces be called unon to
intervene In Jordan under tne
Elsenhower Doctrine. :
There baa been no Indica Indication
tion Indication as yet, howerer, that
nch interrention will be re recreated
created recreated by Jordan, and TJ.S.
officials, althnngh' eoneerned,
were viewing developments
fher .aid that lOnff Hussein
backed bv a loyal armv and
r4i4!s nalffhlvir. In Trfld and
Saudi Jtrabla. appeared, to be
strong enouett in hold his own
ajrslnst riotous teftist element
nd even should tro-6oviet
Rvrlnn trnrma Intervene. -'
Th niH tht Tmol tow
alone are strrnr Rta's
hal n i1n tn hv Rt-
dl AraWa would add to Hussein's
Th Kfite TVnartment had no
offlcisT comment on fltua-
ttrm th i morning M"
dm rivrxiw-' n1 ertary
of Pe John oer pnTJe.
A-v n.a wmA ht he
ar the fnd-endene 1 tn-
ter nf .frdn vlr' -rwninmaMc
outc. aald or
dering the Sixth Fleet closer to
Jordan vu a -nreoautionarv
move.". .The,, fleet has been in
French and Italian ports for
N9iui nnaervar. noinrn mil
that t.hn fleet moved Into the
same area, when the Suez Ca Canal
nal Canal crisis erupted In order to be
nearer the trouoie spot ?
nt aespne tne -. oinciai
calmness, it was clear that
the United States may be
heading for its first test of
the Eisenhower Doctrine if
the situation in Jordan dete deteriorates'
riorates' deteriorates' to the point where
Communist and pre -Russian
element, ret thai nnner hand.
- U was significant that In say saying
ing saying they "regard the indepen
dence ana integrity oi joraan
-vital Einenhoer and Dul
les ; deliberately used language
tavn frnm th doctrine. It de
clares the Independence and In Integrity
tegrity Integrity of Middle East nations
vital to UJ5. interests.
TVi AnrMnm offer VS.' mill
tary help, if requested, and eco economic
nomic economic aid to any Middle East
nation beset oy international
Goes Intd Huddle
O.n.ln 'm nraomPTlT. ailll El
my chief flew suddenly to Cairo
Rrptian president Nasser on the
nn the aneclal
fUght by foreign minir salah
Bitar. Ma oen. awus
Din. the chief oi staix; suiu v
er Olliciaia. i ...
They hurried io Cairo within
mftmr news was re-
celvedjiere of the decoration of
-4.1.1 i.a an4 Inntallatlon Of a
new cabinet in Jordan. Syria s
Syria and Egypt had been
partners with Jordan in a de defense
fense defense alliance' established while
Suleiman El naouisn was ve vernier
rnier vernier of Jordan. Nabolsi was dis dismissed
missed dismissed three weeks ago.
Th. 'nrerinent'B mission Was
nnt snnonneed until after be
was on his way.
f Jevcr To LLIxj
To Billy Graham
NTW VCinV ITP Tinman fmth.
r M. aV VAkA. W A A W ft A. OT SS H H
olics were warned today that they
are expressly iomiaaen io listen io
evangelist Billy Graham in Mad-
tovu mimiv vatuvu via a va.v w
television! or to read his books or
sermpns. 1 4
Tlu Vav Tnhti IT Vtallv AirwK.
, SH1 aftW f Will m UWU 1V
tor of the bureau of information
oi tne iNauonai catnouc weuarc
CnntttrAiutm tvHtlnff in tha Tfnmilet.
lie and Pastoral Review, a maga
zine ior pnests. saio mere is mucn
to aamire in uranam s preacning.
: But he said Graham preaches
nkM. li, kl. I.l.tiv. that
IIUHJ UI All uwi;jp. am m
thra 4. nn Ana riannminAtinn whieh
u toe true cnurcn oi wnnst.-
participate in Protestant religious
services, .rawer neiiy wrote.
' He said Graham's published
arm lr a tfwinraf n A(trrma whivh IM
either false in themselves or false
Decause tney incomplete ana
thus "fall within the scope of the
f 3. --J J! 1 L1J
inaex ana resainir tnera is iotdiu
J v.. 1 It .... .
aea.ojr cinus uw, .TV'- V
' "CathoBcB should not tune In on
Rillv'i rsdio and television pro-
grams," Father Kelly wrote. "Se
well constructed are bis sermons,
n Intarwnven is true and false
doctrine, so forceful and persua-
sive-ii nis aenvery, tost even
fairly well instructed Catholic may
It aM tKa Prntaet.nt evanffe-
av vm. w.w
tir "l. Mrt.inlv a man of braver.
kmiKla AmArwmA nMlt. .CmT-
tainly Catholic projecU for evange-
lizlng tne nncnurcnea wouia
moch more effective if they were
rfminitarH with even half the
efficiency of we rnam lesm..
i.'iiii' lit itfl ) 1 ii-
liam F. .... "d pit- -ot t -risv
eoncrres. wi.i Tint f. t ,n
this year. He said "it ma, s I : !-ter
ter !-ter sense" to withhold tax cut
ting legislation until next Janu January..
ary.. January.. .
TTa 1aa fnrapaef anortmanf t
Civil Rights legislation this vear,
hut said federal arhnnl aid lias
only a 60-50 chance.
TVia rtallfornlan tnlned othpr
congressional leaders of botn
artles In suggesunn tne iiiceji-
innA nf hi rnt ne-rt Tannnrv.
He made the statement in dis discussing
cussing discussing the progress of the prcs-
ent congressional session at its
nau-way point. .' ,, ,'
Another Republican. Sen. John
Sherman cooper of Kentucky,
said some of the attacks on
President Elsenhower and his
budget are aimed at discrediting
the president s -constructive ap approach
proach approach to government" ;
'in 1 I w , .,
Rock Egypt Area,
Do Little Damage: ;
TAraO. Anril '25 OJP TwO
minor earthaaake shocks rocked
Cairo and other Egyptian cities
early todav causing minor cbsos
but little damage and no casual
kol(ee ..id that as of 0600. GMT
no easuaKies had been reptrted,
although the shocks had been "ve "very
ry "very strong." Egypt's Helwan Ob Ob-servstory
servstory Ob-servstory said the center of the
shocks appeared to be about
kilometers northwest of Egypt,
l ... s
near uw, s 1
Tfc. first hnrV lasted ttr'v a
few seconds, the second nebcin-
Causes Hi Deaths
Potter Suggests Annuar CUY
teh uZni- Ank ; Annlf IS, Rate Councilman
The organization f an an annual
nual annual swimming meet at the
Rainbow City swimming pool
was suggested by Oov Wm. E.
iv.t at the regular conference
h.M thia week with representa
tive, of the Latin-American
Civic Councils at Balboa Hts.
The meet, to be held along
the lines of the annual swim swimming
ming swimming event now held in the
Oamboa pool, would stimulate
an added inkerest In swimming
as a competitive sport. the
Governor feit If plans were car
ried out, he promised mat nt
lieu r ,
CALCTTTA. In'a, April 25 con we
Sfk a4n S?T7 tZhZTSZC HecreationfJU the
i . a m4 t o n Jimrriouj vuaunuintiro
m . a -itw ia ee w ctp r ? tttv-t: a suiu i
r tr t .L:rirL";d tV was a subject of considerable
te-re .to t--: K;:?li?J.-C. ,9m ,m l-.ter-rt. and the Governor a'oo
. F-..-." ci r.,i"T r 'jrt ;.r..i.. tHiT-t that the cpr,njction
-ma .v.A,iM ha innrideeed
Soma time was
the request for the Installa Installation
tion Installation ef not water heaters and
more efficient type f Wwvree
in a Bamser f permaneB
quarters ia Rainbow City and
Farats. .-.r -'.
n mMfiMi of .hot water
heaters had been a subject of
discussion at tne last twuu'J
conference when Potter stated
ik.i v mti invnlved WOUld
necessiUte an Increase in rents.
. The discussion Tuesday re-.-nnnjt
the Tiurrhaje COST
of heaters, and the cost of in installation
stallation installation and maintenance
The matter was then postponed
for further review.
In reference to the request for
a rsore efficient type i iouir
Rainbow Oty. the Gov era-
stated that the matter would V
inf ItrntmA and nointed OUt.
however, that the main object
was to get the oesv nousing av
the least possible cost.
ntliM fnattra nn thS acenda
included a request "for a bus
.v.. 11. t3an4nlnK Road a
UlCiKT u i i.Uv. -
suggesUon that, gjrls Interested
m nursing aa a prwewou
permitted to assist and observe
j a ai. f laf aifvaav W
nurses oil duty at the Rainbow
City first aid stauon; u ma-
...mant that a DOilCemSU
would be stationed at the Inter Intersection
section Intersection of Randolph Road and
Barbuda Street during the hours
that school children would be
most likely to cross the road on
in electric meter reading 5a'
t th information Irom t
Elecrical Division meter clerk. I t
this connection. Potter a I
the representatives t-.at
electric rates had not bee la-
I res ta a re"-"t
made by C E. Havwaod ef the
La Boea Caaacil, the Ger'",r
aramtaed that seme thing
weald ba done about re?
tne tha airway iead.rj ta
Hideaway Beach Beach-Represent
Represent Beach-Represent tives were ir -ed
that there was a i:tr.t 1";
crease in the "market b"-
prWs in Majxh and tvt
information would be ls-"
the c:aui cf C r" t
Service rr:a.'n ahich -
their way to school; and the j the r-
t i !i
, rT3 r"ror.a were
icf a" tennis "court at T;
werk f".d;g hv
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
WNSO ANC V-lfM(0 Y THE PANAMA' AM (NIC AN PftMCINO.
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MONTH. IH """ 1 $ 1.70 -., f S.90
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th:s is ycuk mkum thb kiadirs OWN COLUMtt
The M losis M trm forum Jer;aa Jaia of The fiMM American,
Letters r rtiv4 grittfiilly and r Iun4t4 lav wholly oenfidaiitial
manner, ;', k n-ru -.
If yait Vontribyto a letter: don't be Jaiaatlont I. If ooain'f appaar tka
naxt day. Letter are ubliihtd ;f tli order, racaivad.
FlMia fry tojiocp. tko lettart limited to ona pio tanfth...
IdWity of letter- writers H held in trrietort confidents.'
. This newspaper' astysjits, no1 responsibility for statements or opinion!
a 1 -fc
THE MAIL BOX
REAL OLD TIMER SPEAKS LP
Permit me SDace in your column to say something about The
Panama Canal and the arantine of their awards. Every week
there is a gang of some sort being granted awards for this and
lor that ana to some so-cailea uia Timers wno cua not even
have the idea of the building of the Panama Canal, and some of
them came here evert since water was. turned In the Canal after
the blowing up of 'the dike at Mlraf lores.
Why not look back to those Negroes who came here ail from
1905 and on until it 'was claimed to be a Panama Canal in 1914
and there are many yet alive to tell you all about the digging
with picks and shovels, for, 'the entrance off the modern steam
shovels; then the dredgers;, the construction of several locks, the
Mindl spillway, the Madden Dam, and hundreds of other opera operations
tions operations that your new Oldtimers do not have the simplest idea or
knowledge of,, or as I would say ignorant of the knowledge of
' Why not' seek. an d f in d out all of the real Old Timers who
-gave their lives for .the building of this your Panama Canal,
and I know, if or 1 helped dig. construct, and complete it, until
even now, when we cannot .go any more, and give us an award
of consequence-,- Manyt-usr are :yeb alive who dug this Canal at
ten cents per hour: Afldinine hours Der day and six and seven
days weekly," and to what, prof it, when we had, to., pay. 40 cents
daily for subsistence and compost.'meat. to some, and are yet
alive to -tell the story .of -the- last myfctery performed by The Land
Divided and 'The -Waters United.,- 4
We are still awaiting our reward besides the $1.50 per Tear
since it was Panama ? Canal whafc an award of gratitude from
Isthmian days lived through sickness of all kinds, hardships and
hard work, chief of all' poor wages compared to as for today,
when the smallest paid man can go home on payday, with his
pockets filled and wont" as much as gaze on us ma rimers ww
paved the way for him. This is for your recorrsideratlon,. of the
real builders of the Panama Canal, the Old Timers of from 4905
and on.! : . . f-. ; a
An Old Timer i Behalf of all Real Old Timers
By Victor riisi u1'
SLAVERY SYSTEM SCORED
t would like this letter to be answered by a government
1" man. 1
,1 Now why is the President bringing up such a question, or
making statements -concerning. Panama's sovereignty over the
Canal? Why doesn't this fellow who fashions government get
..'busy and look after the interests of the poor people?
Whv are landlords allowed to turn tenants out of a $15 or
',! $18 room, forcing them to take apartments costing $20, $30 or
,, $40? .They, give the excuse that they want the place for busi busi-"
" busi-" ness.: then -rent it Tor $J0 or $15 more. When a dilapidated
' : shack is torn down:- how mus people who can barely afford a
U room for $10 par $20 ormor?? ,. ,
Why doesn't' the 'government' maintain some control over
!i domestics' who have ttf-work? Why do-they allow people who
1 own spacious houses crammed with furniture and a dozen or
' more people in the' family ro to the interior and bring out girls
to wash.. cook, iron and clean for them for measly $10 W at
the most $30 r month notto mention some 'flf ; the' cheap
Americans on the, Zn whp- definitely should know better, and
i wno cenamiy naai toiscrub taeirown clothes m the- States?.-
TBey.alsb.go (to jthe' Interior and make slaves out of the
dumb Spanish girls: they Ijrlng-'back Why doesn't the govern-
; ment ?et J3usvndt control the slavery system at least; mothers
;-of children; should get at Jeast: two. days off and-not have to
4 ,flit up until 12 and 1 o'clock in the morning for their conscience-'
less employers to come home.- ..,
,3 What's wrong .with these people paying $2.60 for a day's
'work of laundry or whateer' the, assigned work Is, and whatrs
, .wrong with these, peoplev paying, their 'maids extra when1 they
ihave to baby sit? .
I! -1 would like to have some first class, Panamanian, or Amer American,
ican, American, tell m .what is the injustice in paying a cook $50 (since
' by your, standarls "cook".. means cook, server, housekeeper and
a little baby sitting thrown in.)
What's wrong with: paying a maid $40 to wash, iron, clean
ana take care oi your1 aoa-given. cnuaren so you can prance
around at will and giving her two days off? After all, you
.shouldn't find it hard to clean up your own mess for 48 hours.
I'm looking forward to replies. Don't pay any attention to
good old Nasser-of Egypt.- If Panama were half, aa smart as
,, Egypt the higher-class Panamanians would think Awlce before
they make themselves notorious aa a. money-grabbing gsvern gsvern-,
, gsvern-, ; ment, and the Americans would think three times how to get
the most for nothing. .
jj Sick and Disgusted
President Eiseshower may' toss
another ball to the Washington
senators not the tnen m the
mound but the men on The HilJ.
The President can very (accurate
ly be described ss angered by the
revelations of the Senate j-acket-busting
committee. He is now ea eager,
ger, eager, to see Congress begin pitch pitch-ing
ing pitch-ing some fast stuff at those arro arrogant
gant arrogant union chiefs who are be besmirching
smirching besmirching all labor.
; I cannot directly quote; the chief
executive but it can. h. ronno
that he is "disgusted'hafa tho
exact word used bv what iu h.
read and has been inform ,.r h
AUorney-Genei Herbert Brown-
ell concerning racketerring, coer
cion, tuviuig oi iuuos and corrup corruption
tion corruption of public officials.
This is all verv new to Mr Ei.
senhower. Unu'ke Mr.- i Roosevelt
and Mr. Truman, he has had very
little contact with th ai 1091 nn.
litick of labor. His "predecessor.'
contacts came through years i of
practical domestic politics-
Ike's contacts with labor nave
been in the palaces and teeminff
"headquarters of old. Europe when
iney came to mm ambassadors of
American working men to a fam
ed military commander; His talks
with them always have been as i
gracious host treating with visit
ing dignitaries. There have been
no contacts in union halls and leg
islative loonies baclc home.
So. to Dwight D. Eisenhower all
this is doubly- annaUing for it has
ine rawness of fresh wounds on
his -country's side. He has been
asking his aides inside the' White
House what can. be done about
this; dreadful tiring. And he; will
have further talks with more ex
perts. Attorney-General Brownull
has personally been sifting, the
Dave Beck case and ( other expo exposures,
sures, exposures, seeking a definitive policy,
a set of laws to be asked of Con Congress.
gress. Congress. V ,' va V
For a while now the President
has personally held down his peo people
ple people for knowing himse'f..;,he
would rather not strike' while the
ire is not. He knows that any sug suggestion
gestion suggestion for labor laws now would
open i rip-roaring debate in Con
gress. And that from the tales of
horror might spurt vindictive lawsH
horror might, spurt vindictive laws
which would criple all labor al always
ways always which would cut the nation's
business world asunder and take
a decade or longer to. unsanr!
So thes President decided some
weeViago ihrtot tw- send a labor
message u;i to TI",Tlill Is he was
scheduled do. He had hoped to
deliver a neat package Of sugges suggestions
tions suggestions which Would make good his
campaign promises. But Congress
would have opened a Pandora's
box along With that packs ge as
soon as any labor subject was
placed on the floor.
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WASIIINGtON- toiirtlv n
ly, Whitney Gillilland. chaum.
me .Foreign Claims beittcu.
Commission which adjudicate
uvaa worm w Claims, n&t -l.
a gag order to stoD his
uom aeamng lntprmation u uui: cans from Chicago ie"cvcd thai
-,iliat if his delegation goes home
I'with 6uch a tiny araoum, the Kus- I
iij-'ons will be in a so-Uion Kui.
s j il-1 iyhoo it as proff the United States
ii' can't brs depended on." 7
t a 1 if Meanwhik, .two l'oiisn Ameri-
is how Sen.
ho wants suppressed
Alex iVVilev's .Drue
has tried to hcjp' ine Swiaior's
they got more lincourajeinf it from
me i rcsigent. i wncn cnarles, Roj.
mareki president of the Polisa-A-
merican congress, and. Kasimir
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' Instead, tabor Secretary" jlm
Mitchell has been quietly sending
along proposed labor laws piece piecemeal
meal piecemeal so that they wodld not ex excite
cite excite any fury. Most of these bills
will help the AFL-CIO's construc construction
tion construction trades unions, some of which
are slowly coming under the Sen
ate committee s whita heat or
anger and exposure. (
As the racket story has unfold
ed, the President has biaome
more irked. He now wonders
whether to continue to keep the
subject off the Congressional
floors His counselors don't want
to find themselves responsible for
having restrained him or for .hav .having
ing .having urged kid to unions which may
come under fire.
Thfr talk in Presidential coun councils.:
cils.: councils.: sometimes with Mr. Eisen
hower taking the lead, has pivot pivoted
ed pivoted on suggestions that perhaps the
time- has come to use a bigger,
stick driver instead of a putter.
Mr. -Eisenhower feels that the
public has been more stirred by
this Senate investigation than any
other and that the neople are be
ginning to look to turn and ad
his forces and etaoi
ginning to look to him an j ad administration
ministration administration to make some move.
. Furthermore, he prides himself
oa the honesty of his administra administration:
tion: administration: He positively does not want
to 'be pictured as inactive on this
front while : the Democrats lead
So the President has deployed
his forces and if the intelligence
reports indicate that the arro arrogance
gance arrogance and corruption are spread
over wide front, he will move
That's the ball he'll throw to
MEMOS OP A GIRL FRIDAY
Daar WW: Desk wnneVra if bil
lionaire Howard. Hughes and ac
tress Jean Peters were merged out
side the 3 mile limit in the sky?
Considering that the rumored wed
ding hasn't been confirmed or
aenieaj ana- no trace oi ine li license
cense license found in Californiaor near
by, states. j Hushes, as cantain
ot-a ship (or plane), cduld nave
performed his own wedding cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. No license needed for
weddings, in the sky like on a lin
er. . The big to-do in Hollywood
about tne elusive Robert Hie h,
who won an Academy Award for
xne Brave one," may be solved
wun inis reminaer. xne pre-A-cademy
publicity releases for that
movie (oeculiarlv enoueh) ; didn't
list iny autkor. Just said the story
was inspirea oy a news cupping,
v ..Paris gossip has Jeanmaire
and husband ending their stormy
Grace Mata Ileus, author of the
bedroomy-best seller ("Peyton
Place") is now available in Laco-
nia, N. H. She is living,' 1 Ahear.
in a phoneless house waiting for
.ier new dream mansion to be
ready. The isolation bit has noth nothing
ing nothing to do with that lawsuit fume
by one of the characters in. the
book ;:. You are invited to meet
Sophia Loren of Italy at Roman Romanoffs
offs Romanoffs this sundown. I said you
were due at Palm Springs to era era-cee
cee era-cee the police- ball. . Dr. Su
zanne Gagnon, beautiful French
obstetrician (she followed A 1 y
n ere ? ana hall way round
Yurrop), became the bnde of Dr.
Uiio Grim aldi in Paris. j
PiHsbureh paper might check
for us. .That oilman Walter Halli Halli-nan
nan Halli-nan (in his 60s) may make an
eastern gal (in her 30s) his bride
any weekend. I hear Hallinan is
worth over 100 "mill"- . You
may tip Los 'Angeles editors that
Robin Drum a very good actor,
is about to arrive t ft ere., His
erandpsp'py.' associated with Loyds
of London, bequeathed everything
to Kooin. umy nitcn is tnat tne
heir would have to stay in ton ton-don.
don. ton-don. He no like that- provision and
left it all for Hollywood. The Run-
yon Cancer Fund
million very soon.
Britain's Ex -Chief of Staff
Lord Allenbreoko's aeon-due bi biography,
ography, biography, "Tum of the Tide,"
wilj).. be unveiled by Deublday
It will upiat Pentagon bras
with its'elaims o tha time the
British had to spend 'Vdefeat'f
the U.S. In.; conferences.1 The au author
thor author lauds Douglas MacArthur
"at 'America's greatest military
strategist" A .Whltoy Ford, tho
Yankee pitcher; will start a base baseball
ball baseball food with his disclosures in
the My Issue of True. . Ro Ro-bertf
bertf Ro-bertf Linn has a now recording
the uko-boxs will hug, "Old
Haelanda." On fh other side,
"Mora i and Moro Amore". .
Valaria F ranch, :untlar contract
to Columbia,' finally got htr
trangod husband (writer M.
Portwoe) to agroo to, dlvoreo.
He will file In England charging
desertion r i i
12, and comedy programs. But they
neglected het talent not too long a-
go, and she wssnU too proud to
be toe lunch-time hat-chick at the
Polonaise. . You said your new newest
est newest word was videocre. You. used
it in the latter 1940s. Vldiocrities,
too.- ..-,, KosalincLi Paige will dub
the soundtrack tune for Diana
Barrymore s movie,' "Too ; Much,
Too Soon.'v which La Paige also
composed. She's married to Carl Carlton
ton Carlton Cole, the book's agent.' 1
Gatsby's throw a going away
'oddy the '' night- Elaine -Stritch
left foroltaly. The, gayest affair
since those Sunday i mghters at
Leon and Eddie's. AH the talent
in town got the ham out of their
system." Man, you ain't heard no-
tning' -tu Boo, Mitcnum cuts loose
. v- Robert Aldrich, the young
prQducer director, suddenly lew
m from "the" coast. Made -one
phone call add breathlessly wing'd
to fans .for a Dig nuaoie wun in
grid Bergman. Her next, picture
over here?; -.. Sheldon Rewolds
is back from Paris, His filmed
TV show starring M. Berle has
plenty, of sponsors, he, ssys,', but
no acceptable night time slot..
Actress ? NataUe,1 Wood wbohss
trmiHl 1nin0 valrH Nirkv-ITil-
ton by' phone, -who-chats with her
bwoi. WhuU, his number? ;.'..,-
sister, Mrs. E. A. Smith, cas,fc in-fkozak'lewicz. niesiijont Ji ttic Pni.
isn! itoman uainouc. union, called
011 Ike,"he told them: "I am very
much interested' in the present
plight of thejPolish people, and I
am, in favor of giving them every
possible assistance." ;.
"Does that mean, Mr. President,
that you would not be "opposed to
economic aid 4o the extent of a a-bout
bout a-bout $125,000.000, to reheve'a press press-ing
ing press-ing food problem in Poland? t ask-"
ei Rozmarek- . t ;
. "Yes, if does," replied Eisenhow Eisenhow-tr.
tr. Eisenhow-tr. ".'.' i
The proposed $U,000.000 ls a
compromise figure (of the Telief
of a.ioort shortage that will begin
to be fell about June li The 'Pol 'Polish
ish 'Polish delegation .has been asking for
about $300,000,000 including credits
tor farm machinery, :
, "It is significant that tho Pol Polish
ish Polish JJeopie., lacing- a serious ? food
ciisis,,'hat?e iurncd ta the west for
help rather than to AIosiow," Ko Ko-;akiewicz
;akiewicz Ko-;akiewicz told Eisenhower. "They;
pres trying to inch further iway to
ward independence from Russia.
If we fail to answer this call' for
iiid, Poland will slip back b0pe-'
lessly into the compimc Iron .Cur .Curtain
tain .Curtain captivity it knew before; the
revolt of last year "' 1 i
"We must 'not let that happen,"
agreed, Eisenhow e"r, "But, of
course, I do not have the last word
on (this question. Congress must ;
approve any Sid funds, and there
has .been some opposition" as you
kndw, in Congress," .';
"If you mean Senator Knowland ;
of California,' I do not think! he'J
will .stand in. the way.'': remarked
Rozmarek. "I had a, long; talk
with, him the other dav. in which
I tried to answer his1 objections to
aid for Poland. When It was over,
he said' to me: "'Well, you may be
right. I am not infallible.' M -
-1 !Hkod the" Phil 'Silfreta k h o w,
too, which had Mike Todd On it;
But Toni Bomer, who played the
mother of those four kids so com comically,
ically, comically, is a human interest story.
Toni. is rated a first grade ac
tress., yery, popular on ., dramatic
. Hope Hampton has a new beau,
again, Ferdinand Kaimakaiv an.
Armenian singer. At the Little
Carnegie1 movie the other higM
tney had so much to mush abaut
that they created quite a stir a a-mona
mona a-mona those who wanted to ee the
picture, ; .Lupiav Albane'se hasjBui Mrs. Smith'
sung -Maaame autteray over
209 times. She has an invite to
siog.it .with the Tokyo Grand flr
pera Co,? 4 The publishing bUsi-.
ness is agog over a very youthful
"genius," who hires large staffs
and. theacan't pay ..anybody at
the end of the week. Everyone is
suing him... Jay Robinson, the
wealthy acror, terrifies his coast
neighbors by walking two large
apes on a Jeash- Someone should
remind him apes are treacherous
and turn on those, they love.
Many of Uu Walters' girls
his Miami Beach Latin .Quarter
show did all right this season. Do Dominique,
minique, Dominique, the entertaining French
"piekpocket, proposed marriagei
to show-girl Marilyn ( Miller .v May
have gone-and-done-itt by now; v,
Margaret Martin of the rouoe re
turns to London where Sur Arthur
Appley awaits with a sparkler.
Nadirie Ducass a Grace Kellyish
blonde from Cannes, is another
who got her man. He is Jose
Kohn, Mexican, film producer.
They plan a wedding as soon as
the season closes. . Mr. Walters
says- the JJecca since the Cuban
fireworks -: is Nassau, Marina Ca Carol,
rol, Carol, the French mnvio actress, due
hnre soon, learned to sneak our
lingo by reading U.S. movie fan
some tzarist bonds, hhp h,r(s i
thousand-ruble bonds tnat n a d
been considered worthless. 11 ;ne
Commission will honor her claim,
she. stand to collect about $5,000.
The Wisconsin Senator is in a po
sition' to intiuence ihe Commi.-,ujn.
as tori. Republican on- the Senate
Jr'oreige Relations Com m i 1 1 c e
which handles foreign-ciaiivs leg
lEialion.-'ln tact, Wiley helped pass
the: law, authorizing the bow hold
ers,, including his sister, to lle
Mrs. bmith is one oi a tew
investors still hanging on to ruble
bonds. Most smau holder's .believ .believing
ing .believing their bonds to be worthless,
sold tnem tor a tw cents 10 Aew
Vork banks and investment bous
These financiers., having corner-
M mbst'of the ruble 'boud. ar
now prossurjng JheF.CSG to make
them 'good, they want a snare 01
he $9,100,000 that Itussia pui iiP;akiewicz told Eisenhower
against the .old Czarist .Govern .Government.
ment. .Government. t '
Tho three-man Commission vot
ed against paying oil the ruble
bonds, with only Chairman Gillil
land dissenting. ISow he is trying
to get the Commission to reverse
itseif and help the New : York.. 'fi
nanciers convert their smau .n-
vesunent into a nuiltimulion aH
lar windfall. -f
When this column broke the sto
ry last month. Gillilland -hit 'the
ceilins. He investigated his stall
to find out who had leaked the in
formation. Then he issued his gag
order j' a profound document call called
ed called ''Keepuig Career Administra-.
tors out of Political -Controversies."
'. 1 -The
order declaredahat any "ac "action,
tion, "action, appearance or presentation
requiring the advocacy ut defense
oi the )f resident's claims policies"
must be cleared with Gillilland:
But behind, the legalistic phrases
it is interpreted around the Com Commission
mission Commission to mean: "Don't falk ,to
Drew Pearson."- ;
Gillilland's decree, did not pre pre-vont
vont pre-vont rtiia Column, however.' "from
finding out about Senator, Wley.'s
tiat- He risim has been cushed
filerifand; nas; piioneo- ue vom-
piission repeateaiyj no -fwpBiuic 11
Wiley's aoffice, insists thc-p1rone
caHs were only "routine a t.erV-
ico available toy anyf constituent.
ito- lives m Minnesu-
ta not Wisconsin, xnir manes n
a ixnstitaent of teu .Ed ThyeVyV
Minn.), not her brother Alex. 4
After this column began check checking
ing checking on his sister, Wiley ; rushed a
ictiei of .explanation to the. Com Commission.
mission. Commission. The contacts by his office
snouldn't be "misconstrued, ne
wrote. He wantdd ho more t hat
"routine" consideration for his sis sis-lei.
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The resignation of Dr. Joseph
Simonson, prominent iuineran
clergyman, as American Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador to Ethiopia, was accompanied-
by the usual exchange of
pleasant letters with tne wmie
House. Jttev.7 OimHun wiu
what 'a -precioua privilege' .it had
been .tb serve' "such-isn honored
nd dedicated -leader," x while '; Ike
thanked .them retirmg amoassaaor
"vnnr nnlirina ftlorts ana
aid "voa have my heartfelt
thanks ior a job weU done. .
Inside fact, however, is. that
cned because Vice
President1 Nixon referred to
an'm ."omball.." Tv.-j, A C
. Ai far as .newsmen accompany
ing Nixon could see, Simonson was
a.liard-working, friendly envoy.
However, -Nixon, auxing mh,i
.ih .t,L .in Addis ADaba. con
cluded otherwise. SborUy .alter
i... a ta k was auotea as re-
ferring. to an American amoasaa--
. 1 Koll and aides
nor OB al ctiuuom, -
.j. h hA Rev. Simon-
1- T atar ha made Cll-
.TVrt nn Rev. Simonson, antu
the latter's resignation : foUowed
vtoRpv Simonson served .for
twentv Vears as Lutheran- pastor
fh Chicago and St. Paul before De De-coming
coming De-coming chief of public relations
fA thk National Lutheran. Council
ia New- York in 1951. Two- JS
laUrlas a reward ior ms.mj
forts; fie was appointed Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador to Ethiopia. A
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! But Secretary Duliea has J e e
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SEE TV AS "BOUNCING BAB Y"-The world ft on th thrmhoM r 'iniv.tiAU.i 4-1
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J:i!:d As Suspect
In 1947 Murder
LOS ANGELES. Calif.. April 25
(UP)-- An unemployed Dutcner
was jailed on suspicion of mur murder
der murder today after- boasting in a
cocktail bar of the mutilation
murder lOi'years ago of Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth ShorWThe Black Dah-
Ha." ;. V
: Edwatd Aubele. 41, was arrest arrested
ed arrested last r night after he told a
braeein : atorv of killing and
mutilating the 22-year-old rav
en-haired woman whose body
was found In a vacant lot Jan.
15. 1947. .
Police said the nutcner aamn
Vicki Takes The Plunge;
Backs In To Film Career
Sy ERSKINE JOHNSON T
HOLLYWOOD (NE A ) "ThP t
Back": It's sprina and California's I ss;
ui : ru i -
uiwiuiug wuu uowers are having
their annual competition from! t hp
wild ideas sprouting on Press A
But a wild idea that sprouts
and-, blooms, in : hnllvwood can
mean money in the bauk. The lat lat-est
est lat-est indicates Movietown's lonp-Hor.
mant wacky showmanship is back.'
vn me oacK, at least, of a
Making Popular The Music of "Friendly Persuasions"
'ill f ? p;! m3 v I I
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ronce saia we rummmw- nuuun-lndv nampH viirH fimi
ted the slaying as he was being iaa .named VlkW
the outlying community of Hunt
Ington Park. k
The susnectreportedly told of officers
ficers officers he had Cut up the girl with
a butcher knife. 1-.
Lt E. L'. Newton said Aubele
denied knowledge of the crime
under later Questioning but his
knowledge .of the girl and the
circumstances of -the slaying
were sufficient to hold him for
:. lAHOOl ?U5.M
. Stewart Granger In
. 'Joan Crawford In
1- TORCH SONG?'
Today IDEAL .20 .10
. Lana Turner In v
r Van Johnson, In ;
' v turn s piunging sidelines,
reverse twist on plunging neck,
lines, ere the big buzz of Holly-'
wood, town that like to talk
about such things : because-, as
you know, "there's ne business
like show business."
And Vikki's business risht now
is showing plenty.
-zy if EL
"The photo above presents Mr Louis A. Lee
and Mr. Guillermo Cervahtes, General Manager
and Assistant Manager, respectively of Allied
Ar(ist of Panama, Inc. when they were giving
a n ay ; records of the song "THEE I LOVE",
thome of their new prodaotion in technicolor
-I IUENDLY; PERSUASION" with GARY
C OPEK, eo-starring Dorothy-' MeGUIRE and
in -oducing Anthony PERKINS, to almost all
the radio station managers In -town. Prom
iff to right: Mr. GuUlenno Cervantes, Mr. Lo Lo-tt
tt Lo-tt 10 Sanches Galan Manager of Radio Mira-
mar, Mr. Atael de la Lastra. Manager of Radio
Panamerieana, Mr. Louis A. Lee, Mr. Francisco
Fabrega, Manager of the CENTRAL Theater
where "FRIENDLY PERSUASION" la going (o
be released within a few days, and David CON CONSTABLE
STABLE CONSTABLE of the Community Station. This took
place at the O.K. AMIGO Tuesday, afternoon.
The aong "Thee I Love" was rewarded by all
the 750 musicians of the Academy ef Art and
Science of Hollywood as the best song of 195C,
which makes this song the most popular all
wiroucn ivau w., -! .'tr ..
IrairhA g:15 8:05
krHKSB WILDER YEARS",
tolABLO HT8. 7:W"
!"KKYS of the KINGDOM" j
Showing at Vout Senrkt
Center Theaters Tonight
MARGARITA 6:1S :45
THE LONG GRAY LINE
l"THE NAKED HILLS";
ARAISO C:15 :40
I" ABOVE and BEYOND"
(SANTA' CRUZ 1:15 8:35
rrhe Green Bnddha" and
CAMP BIERD 4:15 1:05;
In Spanish '
"HISTORIA de UN AMOR"
" BANK! $125.00
. i" Also: --THE
THE --THE WAY OUT
25c. ... 15c
Sensational Double Program!
Fernandel in-' 'X
LE COUTMIER DE LES
'. DAMES 1
Maria Felix In V
LES HEROS SON FATIGUES,'
I BIG 8H0WI
j t. 'Also:-
J NARROW MARGIN
FRANCIS IN THE
Her dresses are lower in u.
back than a teen aeer's hot rnrl
Just about six inches below her
waist, unui now, a grand en
trance has been Rule No. 1 n the
guide book for. inovie queens and
young starlets. -
But Vikki has the greatest exit
EVERY TIME she leaves an of
fice, a room or a restaurant, it's
practically a girlie girlie -show
back-out blackout. Some people
oeueve oorn ln-Brooklyn Vikki,
wno was. one 01 Jacke reason's
"Away We Go" girls, and her
press agent, have gone past, the
Dounaaries 01 good taste.
I'm backing myself into a neu
tral corner about it ail.
A temporary wild stunt .like
this has zoomed more than one
doll to stardom in ; Hollywood.
And Vikki. you'll have to admit.
had a good argument when she
told me: s
"I don't1 believit there is' any
thing indecent about the dresses
I wear. 1 11 admit they are daring
But I m not revealing any more
than the average ; bathing suit.
Hollywood's glamorous stars for
years have been wearing low
necklines, showing off their ; legs
and posing in transparent gowns.
Look at Jayne Mansfield and
what she shows off. If this sort of
publicity is accepted why, should
I be criticized?"
LOOKING 'BACK AT Holly
wood's inistory of mad publicity,
Vikki. "The Back." may be riant.
There has been .nothing back backward
ward backward about some jackpot-hitting
publicity stunts' in thiaT crazy
ria MaeDonaio ovtn rnougn vm
did make headlines Irecently in
a different league. At one timo,
though, "The Body" publicity
campaign xoomod Marie's earn earning
ing earning power.' MaWene Dietrich and
Betty Crable rose te feme when
professional drum beaters called
rhem "The Legs."
BACKS IN yikkl;Dougan',
plunging backline has set Hoi-,
lywood buzzing. Some think herl
reverse on the plungingvneck- ;,
line Isn't in good taste. VDcki;
says she admits it is "daring")
but "reveals no more than The...
average bathing suit." j
y s ''
Hedy Lamarr was 'The Tift."
Jane Russell went- out in front
v?hes they called her "The Bust."
The "Oomph Girl" title made
Ann Sheridan famous. Clara
Bow is still remembered by old
sters as tne "it Uiri.
Hollywood v called 1 Vic Mature
"The Beautiful Hunk of Man."
And 'I'm sure I've forgotten
some others. .,,.,
le public, of course.' Is the fi
nal;; judge.. Vikki's backless gowns
have put her in the public eye. If
site s a cinder mere. cue 11 oe the
first to know.
THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 13
J.tZi As PcrcrJi K'
X:.VI Jlrc:.T :;
NEW YORK: Robert Strom, 10.! f..
on ueciaina 10 retire with h s
fl92,000 television qtuz show v in
nings and not try -for an ema vnnl mp,i
b4,uuu oecause the strain was tuo' ,,"" hv nnh .,T.i
treat on his narpnts' Strom,. heavier by siaz.uoo, retired
grea on bis parents, .Tuesday night at tie age of 10,
Well, what can you do wit h fh richest ouis winnnr in Tv his
Young Bob, a filth 'grade' ifr,
ence expert from the Bronx, N.Y. N.Y.-lowed
lowed N.Y.-lowed out of the "The 64,W
Question" after 31 appearances on
the CBS-TV giver way. His oar- ;
cntsr, Albert .):.d' bealrirc Strom. -made
the ie''aion even iWsh
Kob was offered the chance A
a DartV Svslfm final fii Oftft In hl ifttu
government which wiU operate1 "Rob has bad a wondcrfw ex-
like .Clockwork." 1 h. hn airt Alht
.... V---IC -. ,n m,f?j, .;' r .- U A.b, s0 AnI '. ,v'
WASHINGTON.- Son ,i.Mh v 'w'S:"v.,cr. .,,'"
Jnvifc tn w v A t a- Z a vocational uigii sciiwi, icavner.
dlVt Vi?hLL leendJnS Pr- We've looked for signs of strain,
aent Eisenhower's b u d s a ; and k., nn. tHnS
.'modern Republican" leswlatwi'r.
v "But it's been a big strain oa
my wife and myself. If he stayed
mistake for his rrii-rs to as,! n.. there would always De tae pos.
h.t P;,un wii:. 'r.!L.??ui e Uib htv of his missine with all the
cu wins -av it v t v ...
TEHRAN, Iran: Shah Moha
mei". Reza Pahlevi announiirn r
Ira soon WOii: tinva a Woli,,i n
style democratic government, bas based
ed based on the party system :
'-I am strons eninmh nnu in
. o n.n i I I
leiue!H mis DV
I believe if would" be V grave
OSLO. Norway: Drii A 1 b e r t
would be a- sood time to stop.'
Young.Jstrom, a 51 -A 1 n c n. es-
jl A 1 n c c
Schweitzer urging th? fp7onl.3 0fPound mental giant will be pad
tiit- world to press lor a n end to18 ?al .". thre yea,rlk lnslh
1 t clear arms tests': i'ifii? 1 imcnts ly the sponsor of the show. (
We must regard ev.W liirrca e,Tnat w,!1 bf kWp
m me existing osnger through fur- r,. .TitXl-iti"
ther creation :of radiHartivn
irentSiby atomic bomb explosions Parent's decision; Hop saia: weu (,
ts'a catastrophe for the -nant- -h,at, an- 'ou wl;th ,pa?"'-
TEW YORK. Flct Adm. 'Vj).
am F. Bull Halsev Ret), call-
'9 for DubliC contrihi,' ,nt tn avm
mo sircrait t jcarrier v .ntei prise
from the scrap heap-
"The Japanese would have glad gladly
ly gladly paid 10 times the amount of
money we need now to have got gotten
ten gotten rid of thft Rntnrnns Aunna
World War IL This was the car-fcrushing rock when a sharp piece
rier that won the.' war in the Paci-'of stone flew from under it -and
he."- v.i : .ierced Sale through the heart'
Mpn Shot Dead
BfSteamroller: .? Z
LIVERPOOL, England (UP)
George Sale, 42. vas "shot" -deed
by a steamroller Tuesday.
Folice said rhri steamroller was
x .. Great White Fleet'
New Orleans Service ''" '
1 51? TODAY J; a
1 A GREAT ATTRACTION I
'Uv.Avn few k "vn )
BEAT THE Uikll
H ' U B t-rr :: .tJ&'cK'-
Beat the heat and wake up your appetite .with a frozen
daiquiri made with deliciou s, tes
Here's aU you have' to do: Take one, teas poonful of granu-
lated sugar add the juice of one small lime, one jigger of
and finely chipped ice; put it all in
a mixer or a shaker and shake vigorously; then pour into
a glass just to the top, no head is required. Try it today,
, but be sure you use only CARTA VIEJA rum, and you'll
agree it's the best frozen daiquiri you ever tasted,
Rory Calhoun in
"Flight To Hong Kong"
$1.10 per Car!
r BURT LANCASTER
Robert Walker In
I VALIEY" I
vi ..; ?
We've bad l "The Body" Ma-
The gowns.:, thouch. didn't win
her a movie contract. But they
have sparked her career. She was
already on the payroll of John
Wayne s Batjac film company.
1 And just who is Vikki Dougan?
IT ALL ttartsd with winning
beauty contests in Brooklyn: Par
Avenue fashion modeling; drama dramatic
tic dramatic lessons with New York's Stel
la "Adler; bit roles on TV; the
hopeful waiting as an understudy
for tne ingenue lead in "The Be Be-luctant
luctant Be-luctant Debutante" on Broadwan:
saying "And away, we go" oa the
Gleasoh show; the bit rol of a
sexy receptionist t in the movie,
"The Great Man.1' and now a con contract
tract contract with Wayne's .movie compa company.
ny. company. ; ;'- '( ''
Vikki is pretty with1 a sparkling
personality and the driving ambi
tion a doll needs for success in
She. says: "Success as an ac
tress -not just as a movie star star-is
is star-is my goal.''
.Maybe sbes made It.
I dont recall any Movietown
rules saying a girl cant back her
way into a career. -.
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THURSDAY, APRIL X5, 1957
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written (or NEA Service
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A SIGHT TO SEE Night watchers have a treat coming .late
in April. The' comet Arend-Roland is about to make a spec spec-tacular
tacular spec-tacular appearance, v. It .is bow viable only through a telescope, '
as shown here in a -photograph taken by Dr. George O. AbeU
at Mt Pakmar observatoty at San Francisco. It is 170 million
miles from the earth and when nearer will be visible to, the
naked ev- '' ' r
THERE was no trick to the. play
ef today's hand. South was triad
; he had stopped at a low contract
ana proceeded to i make exactly
' Dummy's ace of hearts won .the
: opening lead and the king of dia diamonds
monds diamonds was played. East won with
, the ace and led i; j(ho q u e e n of
tnunps. ; i
' South won this tricky-played the
ace of clubs and' ruffed a second
; club if with v' dummy's remaining
, trump.. That 'gave him. four tricks.
: He eashed two diamonds for his
fifth and sixth tricks and discard-,
ed his last heart. He ruffed a
heart for his seventh trick and
still' waa i able to make a high
trump. -- 1
' There was no trick to;the play
ef the hand but North and South
- are to i be congratulated on hav having
ing having stayed out, f serious trouble.
v The standard ;'rule 1 fin- bidding
, tw five card suits ; is to show
the higher ranking one .first f but
modern expert practice varies
this in the case when the two
suits, ; are. jipades and clubs.; In
this instance you should open with
one club. i
' ) f y 1
The opening" club bid made it
possible for -North and South to
stop at the.two leveL .South' one
elub opening Jind spade bid end
rebid were, routine as were North's
heart response and two diamond
v .'- -t ' ..
When ifccamtlme' for his third
bid North -knew, that South held
at least ten black cards. North
had nice, twp suiter himself but
ten redr cards opposite ten black
' cards aren't likely to be worth
r mud indtWorth was smart e e-nough
nough e-nough to pass. 1 ,
FROM EVERY: CRITICAL? SOURCE
1 aA t i
Not since "Gone 'With The. Wind" -opened In-1939; has-s:
motion trfcture. created so much Interest and held an au-
' dience. spellbound for so long sitting, ,M The film .'Is a.
- breath-taking version oi.Toistoys story. ) i ...
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The house will go to the person
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; WIIAT IS THElilEVnilBI OFFER.TTHAT CANBE LADEt
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', B, Staff
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PRESIDENT DE LA GUARDIA GIVE8 RECEPTION "' 1
IN HONOR OF CARIBEX VISITORS, OFFICIALS
The President of Panama Ernesto dc la Gnardia Jr. gave
a reception at the Presldencia last night in honor of offi officials
cials officials and official observers of the. CARIBEX Exercises.
The Brazilian Ambassador A A-guinaldo.
guinaldo. A-guinaldo. Boulieau Fragoso and
Mrs. Fragosa will give a reception
at the Embassy residence tonight.
Guests of honor will be officers
of the Brazilian Army who are
here visiting the Canal Zone to
witness CAK1B-&A exercises.
For Mrs. Aramburu
Feted At Rotarv
j The Ambassador of Peru Ger German
man German Aramburu will be feted by
Slated For May 4
The Cristobal Woman's Clnb
.rli rtiim a Inn oV ami an1 faeY-lnn
show Saturday at the Washing-! The Spmg Luncheon of the Ca-
ton Hotel nal MDe uege chid at wmcn
Members are asked to make the annual scholarship award will
his fellow-Rotarians at I luncheon
prior, to his departure for Mexico.
Fr Mr. Aramburu
Mrs. Irma Vallarino. wife of
Col. Bolivar Vallarino. Comman
der of Panama' National Guard
is giving a tea this afternoon at
her home in honor of Mrs. Fian
Aramburu wife of Peruvian Am
bassador German Aramburu Le-
cams who will soon bo leaving for
ms new post in Mexico.
reservations by calling A. Logan
3-li, Mrs. McLean 3-1386 or Mrs
A. Wilder 3 925.
be presented, will be held on Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. May 4, at -12:30 p.m. on
the South Terrace of the Hotel El
Panama. Following the presenta-
4 4ki a.kl--i myl
UUU VI tliV IVUVUUPIuy W-U, jr 7 4
t!z5fi2r th.- lunch-on
at $2.25 per person may be made
AS tft-r- ..'' wavan. .. I
by calling Mrs. Harold ffierten at Vtfort US to them and sav
Balboa 2-3031 daily or Mrs. So- i Gfht't5 them
hP i'Th.daV.Ma7rGue,w ?. AJS2
-f mmh.. nrf ill mIUm wni V vn-
en of the Isthmus are welcome. ;.. i.
" "BE :t ALERTl ::
Keep your Money for Our Big SALE
1st in two years
I. L. MADCRO Jr.
Member of "Cflentas Comerciales"
Farewell Party ;
For Capt. Falk
Captaitt Henry E. Falk, Senior
Pilot of the Panama C'anaL wil
h thn miest of honor at a fare
well party tomorrow y evening at
the American Legio Club. Keser Keser-vBtinn
vBtinn Keser-vBtinn miv be made- by calling
any of the following members of
th Panama Canal Pilot's Associa
tion, who are sponsoring the party-Captains
Jonn Connard 2-3520,
. 1 n QTAA mj1 IT A
. V T i 1 lv
neth uevin 7i-va;-vwa: "1
is retirine at the end, of i the
month and with Mrs 'j, Falk w i 1
leave the Isthmus to jeside in St.
Petersburg, Florida r
The regular monthly meeting of
the Fort Gulick. Officer Wives'
Club was held on Thunday, IOI IOI-1u.Hn.
1u.Hn. IOI-1u.Hn. luncheon. The newly e-
leeted nresident. Mrs.- Raymond
Wilson, caUed on the vie --pres
Aant un i:irin veea 10 vzmwem
the new memner, jots vujuu
Chaphe, and Mrs. jamea crazier,
nxt f Mn B. Valdeik i
. Th rhairmen of the standing
committee were mtroaucea; wrs,
Juan Raigoza, program jars, nay
imona raincio; nosBiui: Mrs.
i'arry,-reservations; Mra. C Cha(
pne,, weuare; -nrs. ueorge juaga-i
zin, publicity; and Mrs. R. C.F
Best, hospitality, r
.Mrs. Wilson thanked the hostess
es, Mrs, Carlos Betances Mr s.
George Puiliam, and Mrs. John
Tanner for the luncheon. (
Mrs.-Gines Perei extained an
amendment that was voted en
changing the term of the officers
irom six monus im me year.;
Mrs. V. Edstrom aanouneed the
Easter Egg Hunt which was held!
day. The door prize was won oy
Mrs,;Frazler, ,v ii ..-.
Gdng-away gifts rer5 present-
.i. 1 1
ea ao Mrs. aatue.1 jsensno ana
CRAZY HATS AT SOCIAL -. 6ri
loin nil t. t evtaent -In fhena nrmnl f fho m.J Vitfr' -vi.- th f
Guiick NCO Club At a. recent social- Back tow readlnr left to risrht are Mesdames Ann Lunsford. viola nm T?ntK uaanmit r
Louise Sanderson, Audrey Bttfl, Josephine Orsinl, Ruth Crlsi, Ruby Frederick,' Candy Gardner Center row, Allot UchoHrlalL
1Ti4k Ha .. .. ..DkhmU T T". !. Amha -.- i. .. IT l k TT. TtnU ... 1 .
Hester Hartley, Mary Jane. Pearson,! Connie. Josklng, Rita Gom ex. Front row, Veda Van pelt,. OUberta Brown, Clara Hollen Hollen-baugb,
baugb, Hollen-baugb, Betty Townsend. 1 -v - ,. H..
" S! ) I "' f ' J 11 J'! 1. 1 .i.y.i v
Mrs.' LeBoy Glodell wh are loon Rnflflrf Mfmhnnl
to leave the Isthmus. Lovely per-1 OOqurr IVieniOriai
Soi-aro.fMdboard CfQll t.To. FinQIICe t
of governors in, appreciation for -W. 't j- t-.l
fc;. .nloiiilM -MtrlTtha. naif six Anri.t .MrtTin
(Centlnaed en Page t)
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M Sffi toArij Bog.rt memorial
Z,: rW searcn, grant, it was announced
The -4mricw Cjificer Sorit
Slid 1 $13,479 trflnt wmilri lWri
made to Dr. George 0. Gey, of
jonniv Hnntfini i inivafaitw Haiti.
m m m 1 "-JT vivuikj( mriu-
f -1S2S; B,or -" to mm the birth, '.life
L ml'U I "u w ecus cancerous ana
1:73-115119 normal- ,,
To Dby Girl
film career last Jan.-14. The mon
ey to be used for the cancer film
came from gifts to the cancer so
ciety in ms. memory.
Hong, Kong: Police
Plans An ti-Riot :
I ft-., r.. r
ViBtftlrfitL-A-iFflrCJlirinl hong Kong. Anrii tttsi
J v.; The Horn Kane mm.-w.
St. Joseph A-plfirTei'iM cond0ct lftgjfato iTfo
truit thU doeto-
aad ckildna take
I i.. 1 1 :
am wnn- wnr. a
NEW Y(RK Anrll 25 (UP)
bnera and concert singer Mtinl
Benzell. wife of concert manager
Salter Gould, gave birth today
a 6-pound la-ounce girl. Mist
Benzell and net Husband also are
the parents of a 3-year-old boy.
, Jpseph? Aspirin teday The njaniuret apparently 4n
designed to prevent any ofttbrtak
lo viafania lilro tk fc1-4v
- v c i
; -1 i
j WASHTNQTON. Aorll JB (tiP)
The Russian propaganda mag
azine uasK.1 1 aaia toaay tna
world's first atomic Icebreaker
Is neanng' completion, v
The' English, language maga
In th tauct..
line laid the shin will be capable
or a speed or 18 knots. It said the
anjp wm be able to sail from'pole
to; pole without-refueling. 'The
amp is unaer construction at I
ningrad. it said,
fand th uT
I Is Campbl('f I
V gcrtl V
Yen 11 iovt the
Ir fl-vo? f each
: plump, tender bean.
Sarre it. aeon! .
1 see th?m tonight!
' iht renowned .,
The GUTTEMBERGS I
at M p.m.
v in the airtondltioned
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. versatile i 'ampslngl
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Coffl CEiln In dayd
1W yoa start -nsiag Cutioum Soeo and
temally cauwd piaspl ind tasbee'clekrnK1 5 ': (
la just 7 day your skia begin to leek-eaf;-v,1 .ft:
freah, elea radiant Get Cntlceta oep aai 1 i
Ointment at diugglite rU -Wiyaad do tfy-' ; '
new Culkura Talcum kmf new freaselese t j' s.
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tomato nun m imIi
a, .malls ..a, tMto
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gives you more to emo
$e many kinds to enjoy . se bmkK wjeywteiit in eecl
CAilPBEll'S CREA.. OF CHICKEN SOU? ;
Hr'e --tying treat for th whel fmmllv'l Rich In.
protein end! energy. ay t prepare, to
Spaphettl with Meatball ;
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TH3 PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENUFNT DAILY NEWSPATEl
k Proven Cert
THAT'S WHY IT'I THI
WORID'S URCEST ISUBll ;
Bat for wMrt You ean't beat
J77. vuw wiip-prw Neil
relish, for lasting beauty I It
shines brighter . stays .'
on longerl h
The reason Exclusive
formula defies chipping and
peehng. Keeps fingertips
glowing with perfect color
trora one manicure to the next J
Loveliest colors i A vide ranee
of beautiful nail color....
each with a matching J
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Social and s Otli
V- For lasting beauty... .
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Mrs. Pearson t
Has "Crazies H '.
The Ft. HiilloV vr-rt in .
Club held 'Traiv Haf' iC..i.i
recently in the Bamboo Room of
uie ciud. Members created
their-own hats -with nrin.
to Mrs. Marv Jan p..
I the craziest hat Mrs. Connie Hos-
; r me most original and
irs. nesier iiaruey lor toe pret prettiest
tiest prettiest hat. -
cvcuiuK wim mrs, Betty Tovm
send winning the prize.. for the
' The nirmhrt tnrvV n..'
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tlinitv tn nrnt oi J
farewell to Mrs: Ruth Maengen
who Is leaving for the States.
Members nrMPnt mora ik. nr
nwv .UW MLVP"
dames:. Clara. Hollenbaugh,-Alice
Stachowiak. Louisa Suvknnn Ru
by Frederick, Ruth Criss, 'irm 'irm-gard
gard 'irm-gard ..Morrison, Connie .Hosking,
uia maengen, juary jane rear
curioj a vanity : set from Tahiti,
vw uxiiucia uoiii international Ho Hotel,
tel, Hotel, watch and earring set from
Casa Fastlmh n.i. t k-.-.I
' yau Mi. U III
vases from Casa Gill and carved
rases irom ew India.
Mrs. Ruby Ewald 276 32?2, Mrs.
-ioic i-aob ana tne I.A.
W.U. UUlCt Z-34W. ;
P,"t Frbzoh 'meat' ploo"
j in Individual oorvlngol
lch notice lor Incluiioit in this
colujnn should be : tubmltt4 in
PO-wrlttoai form t,4 mailed oo
Ifce boa number listed daily l $o $o-eial
eial $o-eial and Otherwise." or delivered
son. Josenhino Or1n r.mJr, n "" co. Notices of.
Brown. Rita nnmT h( u. I1 eannot be accootad b
ley.,AnnLWsf;'Vto ; V;,
w i?.5e"' "Ajwry ;ari, Central Labor Union '
and Betty .To wnsend. ; V ,4 I The regular1 month
HostMses w tha- fcta.w... A-Vi. S.i P10"1'1 meeting
rnrfV hrw K. r;-- 'rDor Union-
baugh, Ruby Fredrick, Ruth Crlss. 33 Mb. hSJ.'ft'Mft
and Audrey Bs Board a.BiriW
Mrs. Norman H. Wiley ? 1 T ,'
Elected frosidont I
Of Doctors Wives Orchid Chsoter No T Act '
;.Mrs. Norman. H. Wilef, wife of Will Hold SSui IS
the Sunerinto.ndant nt Rnrsaa Una. I sa.i
titXffil&B!' the Orchid
held at Ft KbUi W S KLtf SVTt
"Mr.. Robert Hughe, o. e t-A 7d Th Ser' will
vice-president. Mrs; R. Mc Glynn, served at:U Ip m r b
. Ti.fswvM M,e i A. ; t w J
,M?..l??Tclr,,-' E .Ryl Palm
Auxiliary President l. -f-v uuuaiory work.
Mrs. Russell A. Dnrvea r&1tsl ah i .'
Leei s nastNation.rr, L"JWB lars UVlted to
ber of the Ladies Auxiliary to the , : '
V.F.W., will accompany Mrs. Pt
Y. Kveton, Rational President of Com And Mlnofai
huuihuw, wucu .sue oiaices isaciotv Moot
official visit i th BnnhH 5.VJ1..
of Panama and the Panama rsn.irrr. 'j
Zona Mav-J ou n wm ana Mitt
one juay 7. ,.,,. erals Soe tv viii im
Th.'wif. f Tt,,.,.ii a r;,r.. L":,?': tomorrow
a oast r-onimanrter n th.Tr;i JITm" ?" P m- .Balboa.
Debartment. ah. baa J e?Ung
vice-rfesuunu, oecreiary, i r e a- norta will he eivnn. ".
surer anri Proa Mont f Aa T... wul WOO, ,,. t4-
Department ? v-,
Her national otnees include
"$udJt Qohipahsi am ah
, Each benry il deep, rict)
, .scarlet, sun-jipened red,
'all the way Jhrough.
So sweet juicy and
delicious. G r e a t
with sugar and
cream or in
'.' V i'JTV v-y.v-r
Try all the otljer Snow Crop frnits
too delicious tree and vine ripe
flavor hag been quick frozen right
. in' the package. '.
Snow Crop also bring, you the Very
- finest-Juices, meats, fish and
4 .vegetables.'. .
, 1 s; V. K
f7?c kvA fender meatl
. 'So easy to prepare- rrr ."
M rvi riot aim an .ncat'hrtmasnf naa
under five national presldenti, and
1 fsfl th o iTaftH awnti D I AAintnirfAA a n am
mmrmrn vmw wa WVVUWI VIMIMitl SJ II
,. yean sue wa. electee; to the Ji
tinnal rminit In lasj' - '. a.. '..,
Auyillarv mamkiri mmnni
I rivai moro than'thraai millinn An.
liars, and devote thousands of vol
unteer hours to hosDitalized 'veter.
)' j. Dr,na weir,anuuesi w commu-
I nity service, Americanism p r o-
i grama,, assistance to youin groups,
I cancer research, civil defense, leg-
l r 5
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! ?' iVaw eniov tha nvorv coodness
I or uaencir, TtnutaT or Bur Pn, without ott th futt
(nd hothtr of pnporsfon! Just put generous-sized
- vWAJfBM Fiioani Uxax Fat Into th oven brown 5
1 . suKf serve. Better pick up a good supply from your
. grocer's freezer youH find the family asking for'
W-tom PPtgtotmg& and again! :
. t ... wv !v -i'v ""'' .'J .-
'Other Prozen 8wamson Pavorlt:
' nslation benefiting: veteran, and
, tnr famine..: Toe : orsanlzauon
J -ww vvumwuiivu W Mm .uyuviv V
the V.F.W. National Home, at Ea
ton napias, Micmgan, wnicn pro-
viae. ior we cnuaren and widow.
oi oeceasea- or oisaDiea veterans
Members of the orealinxafinn r
nam wives, mnuian. ustor. m n i
(daughters of .veterans .who ,' have
aci vm uvPTSfiai in mam s mwrm.
t ed Forces, or woman who have
wemseives naa overseas' service.
There are 371.000 mimiim i
i uia u. o.. Aiasia.- Hawaii rim
IZone,, Samoa and Okinawa. ., t
Parrv For Orehant
Plarmod Far May 7 r??.-
j The, Inter-American w o ra e n'.
li.iun win rtvm a iim mw mAt
refreshments at tha AmiHm- rvr.
cers upen Mess trom l p.m. to il
: t e- m
Wo tryouV 'o'lefy?
against laxesi TTIOael
--','. lot Central Amm
Corner "K" Street. V
$u t&Wwd$- 'pi lpuhAirfl! -JhmU no foot. ilk $jww (fop
D onAli) : w. dickers on, inc.
.if 1741 Obaldla Ave.
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Proceeds will va tn aid tha oh n.
dren of the Asila .A) Tnf.ni. in I
t. 1. .7. v u.
Door Dnzes which hav Koon a.
nated are a silver bowl from Mer-
Swansea i ind TV"sie tradenurks owned y the aiskers of Csmpbtll's Soups
l oi 1 if 1 r 'Umdh
v; address, the side oanaia wits.
4 Wolf Fnce Offer. F. O. Boa 9Q-A, Mount Vernon 10, N. Y.
"e of i
? moi m9 ov halt the rum-.... 2
SOf,ael TURKEY r-s yoi Frch7s.d.
cur, tu.iiczy rirs
Need lots cf pep?
2 j" differeot. toniooj.
vegetables ore blended ut
Jamoos drink. YoaH love its
ranve oa its vita.
V-t chrea bj rw.
d the soar soar-yoa
yoa soar-yoa need.
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" 7"f 1' color pm to . ; i tWoflnfltau Wid, ''0"S'
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THURSDAY, APiUL 25, 135?,
oracrs To ilellp Bos'f
vi'v .,, .., !., ..
Athletics Smash Total
of Five to Lead League
Vith 16 Roundtrippers
j By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, April 25 (UP) Those clouting
Kansas City Athletics are kicking up the biggest
racket in the American League today with am eye eye-popping
popping eye-popping home run barrage that's silencing all critics
who wrote them off as "a farm club of the Yankees."
Only a half game out of first
place, the Athletics actually are
beating the Yankees at their own
gamethe home run. Lou Bou Bou-dreau'a
dreau'a Bou-dreau'a fence wreckers have
blasted 16 homers so far, the top
total in the major leagues.
They-slammed out five last,
nigbfJn burying the Cleve Cleve-.
. Cleve-. ljind Indians, 17-6, and some
sceptics may point to the
'short porch" the As have to
. aim at in Kansas City but half
of their homers have been hit
on the road.
btetXar Lanez led the. fireworks
alto last night with a pair of
circuits that helped him drive
lmsix ros while Harry Simpson,
Ldu SkizaS and Hal Smith' each
... rHinnpri in with one.. bob Lemon;
Cleveland's starter, failed, t sum
vlye the second inning, Ned car carver
ver carver ave ub only three hits and
struck; out nine, oyer, the first
, eight innings, then weakened In
the ninth and needed relief from
Vitrei vTJrucks. Roger Maris and
' Jib'JNs&y. homered for, ,Cleve ,Cleve-land.
land. ,Cleve-land. V -vV---
The Yankees also used home
Tiiis to good advantage In beat beating
ing beating the Orioles, 3-2. Mickey
Mantle's homer off Connie John Johnson
son Johnson in the eighth decided the
contest after Yogi Berra hit a
tvto-run homer in the first in inning.
ning. inning. Bob Grim, picked up the
victory after relieving Ditmar In
Jackie Jensen's 10th inning
ingle scored Billy Klaus from
sefcond with the run that gave
rjllef pitcher Ike Delock of the
Red Sox a 4-3 decision oyer the
Senators. Ted Williams tied the
sabre in the eighth with his
third home run of the season off
ldser Bob chakales. i
iThe Detroit-Chicago game was
postponed by rain.
! A three-run triple by rookie
Ed Bouchee followed by a two two-'
' two-' run homer off the bat of anoth another
er another rookie, Bob Bowman; ;;hlgh ;;hlgh-lighted
lighted ;;hlgh-lighted a seven-run eixth lnjlng
J Bm 271
Wi f AM:M
It i.Vs- "X-
that eave the Phillies an 8-5 vie
tory over the Pirates. Bob Friend
was the victim- of both -those
blows and Stan Lopata also
homered off reliever Dick HalL
Southpaw Curt Simmons was the
winner although requinne nejp
from Don Cardwell and Bob
The Cincinnati Redlegs also
came up with a seven-run in inning
ning inning in, defeating the Chica Chicago
go Chicago Cub,s 9-5, but they did it
the hard way with only one
, They set a National League
record by drawing nine walks in
their sevenrun fifth, fdUr qf the
walks forcing in i-uns. loser Moe
DrabowsKv wanted lour m a row.
Jackie Collum yielded three of
the' passes and Jim Brosnan two.
Bob .Thurman homered fori the
Redlefesf while Jim Bolger. Cal
Neeman and Ernie' Banks con
nected for. Chicago Joe Nuxhaii,
who pitched the first seven in innings,
nings, innings, was the winner.
Del Crandall's ninth inning
homer off Willard Schmidt gave
the Braves their sixth victory in
seven starts, an 8-7 triumph
over, the Cardinals. Joe AdcocK,
Hank Aaron and Eddie Matthews
also homered for the Braves,
who trailed 7-4 at one point
while Del Ennls homered for St.
Louis. Reliever Taylor Phillips
was the winner after taking over
from Ray Crone in the third.
A passed ball by Wes Westrum
enabled the Dodgers to score
what proved to be the winning
run In a 4-3 victory over the Gi Giants.
ants. Giants. Gil Hodges scored from
third on the passed ball that cli
maxed sr four-run' rally for
Brooklyn in the fourth. Rene
Valdes, who took over fpr starter
Sandy Koufax, was credited
with the victory although he
needed aid, too, from Clem La La-bine
bine La-bine when the Giants threaten threatened
ed threatened in the eighth. Rookie Curt
Barclay was the loser.
English Bond China
Italian Bronze 30 off.
LEADING BATTERS '
(Based on 24 Official at Bats)
Player and club g ap
Musiai, St. Louis 7
Gilliam, Bklyn 7
Dark. St. Louis 7
Bailey, Clnci. v7
Aaron, Mllwau. 7
Hodges, Bklyn 7
Furlllo, Bklyn. 7
Bruton, Mllwau. 7
Bouchee, Phil. 7
Moon, St. Louis 7
T. Williams, Bos. 7 30
Mantle, N.Y. 7 28
R. Williams, Bal. 9 34
Mauch, Boston 7 29
Sievers, Wash. 9 35
Tuttle, Detroit 7 27
Skowron N.Y 7 30
Marls, Cleveland 6 28
Boone, Detroit 7 26
Kell, Baltimore 8 29 :
6 11 .367
S 10 357
4 9 .346
4 10 .345
Skowron, Yanks .......... A
Sievers, Senators ......... 4
Simpson, Athletics ....... 4
Skizas, Athletics . 4
(Four tied with three each)
Aaron, Braves .. 3
Mays, Giants ...... ..... 3
(J4 tied with two each)
RUNS BATTED IN
Tuttle, Tigers ...
Skizas, Athletits ........ 8
Lopez, Athletics 8
Maris, Indians 8
Furillo, Dodgers ........
Sauer, Giants ...........
Baker, Cubs .........
Bouchee, Phils ..........
Ennls, Cardinals .........
. W L
Ford, Yanks, ....... 2 0
Gomez. Giants ...... z V
Spahn, Braves S O
to 50 Jo
Suspicions Of 'Fix' Pains
Harness Racer Stanley Dancer
OUT AT SECOND Dodger
forced at second by Pittsburgh
who prepares to throw to first in a- vam attempt-to get a
double play in the second inning of the Pirates-Dodgers game
, In New York. Brooklyn won, 6-1.
120 Golfers Tee Off In New
$30Gs Kentucky Derby Open
By JOE S. DEISS
IX1UISVILLE. Kv.. April 25
(UP) A star-studded interna
tional field 'Of Drofessionai ana
amateur Golfers Eot the lump on
the ponies and the mint-Julep
et. in Derbvtown todav as Play
hrim in the $30,000 Kentucky
Derby Open golf tournament at
Seneca Golf CiuD.
Tha aallaryitt theuM flat aema
action for hit money avail without
jrimutual windows. Tha plot hat
all tha ingradianti. ( : 1 V
The first "running" of the Der
by Opea features local boy
Mnrano Class up to
Crystal 30 off v
: iNo; 16 Tivoli Ave,
r --CNEA Telephoto)
catcher Roy Campanella (39r is
second baseman Bill Mazeroski,
striving to make good before the
nometoiksa pro coming back
aiter Demg on nis feed all-year;
a crop of upstarts threatening to
outshine the older journeymen
fnd a foreign pack nipping at
me neeis oi tne homebreds.
; field; of no-. :
jm About 120 golfers teed- off in
tne Ilcst round of th. jro.hnik
Biiua over tne o.poo-yard Seneca
, W A.VI.V-
artillery .jange Jtor the big gimsJ
The hlllv. nar 71 tavmtf mn.:
aDiy will be mor nf t-.f n
stamina and long--hittlng ability
than Precision shotmakih
Much.oft the lntrit.
oa oay Brewer JrH who halls
iiuni,earoy jexington. Ky.. and
hopes to make a nwt ihnin.
j".-ja-iir5 pro appearance be
lore the home crowd. ;
Brewer, who has been'nractlc-
i"K bi, oeneca ior two weeks, tap-
erea oir oy posting a sizzling
u-uijuci-pttr oa Monaay,
' tlTTLtR A QUESTION
Another Question to be an answered
swered answered Is whether Gene Littler
can Jceeo it ud. Litt.ur hn h.
wandered In the desert of priva privation
tion privation letter, three rich years, is
Playing his first tournament
since breaking thrnnnrh n
again in the .Tournament oil
cuuwjuiui hi, iaa vegas. Nev..
last week, i c
Besides Littler t. J
- w ViU ill
eludes, the cream of the top 10
money winner nn tvi-
Others are Dour Ford. vj.t.F
winnerr "vounarstern" rm m
sterwald, Arnold Palmer. Art
wau Jr., Mike Bouchak. Jay He-
j-ci una urn uasper; and "old "old-timers"
timers" "old-timers" Ed FureoL Murto 1
Julius Boros. Chick Harbert luid
J?PAlS? ? toternaUonal fla flavor
vor flavor to the Derby brew are Stan
Leonard and AI Balding. Cana Canadian
dian Canadian entries: Gary Plavenand
Trevor Wilkes, th. ti? ...2
African youngsters mittni th
gold rush for the first time;
?K-ve.Thomai 5 voun Brtsh
threat: and Rnhprtn h tri....
On Monday Night
The Atlantic Rjvth. n Tetania
wiU hold Its first meeting for
1957 at the Margarita rymna rymna-flum
flum rymna-flum Monday might. April 29 at
7:30. The loop, which had plsy plsy-ed
ed plsy-ed seven consecutive years up lo
the 1958 season, waa disbanded
last year due -to lack or attend.
ynce at pre-eason meetings. The
league will begin anew with ih
applications for entry Into the
league being considered Monday
night at Margarita.
Anyone Heairiac to Miter a
team la th league, (service or
civilian) the referees 'and all
fans are Invited to attend the
meeting. Representative from
the Referee's Association are al
so urged to attend In order that
they may discus forthcornr.g
problems that the l-anje v:U
hve to far.
. Any inUresteJ .parUt. ms
ralV Trevor Simons at rrisWial
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UP) There are
a .number of sports about which
you constantly hear suspicions
mat tne "fix. is in" and it pain3
young ,Btaniey Dancer mat har harness
ness harness racing is one of them.
I If you re one 6f the 10,533433
fans who bet an amazing $534, $534,-857,847
857,847 $534,-857,847 on the trotters and pac
ers last i year : "vou mav have
heard those charges. You might
even be- one of those who made
mem when the favorite goes In Into
to Into a- break" or winda up from
money .winner last year; will
hear none or it,
'- In 6,000 Races '
"I have driven In 8.000 .. races
in the past 10 years," says this
handsome, dark-haired reinsman
from New Egypt, NX "and I
can truthfully say ; L don't be
lieve there has been anything
'wrong in any of them. Jtf there
had. been. I'mT certain I would
have heard about it or, at least,
naa a ieeimg aoouf something
oeing mi wior;:,.
There is, he Insists, .simply
too mncn at staae m an era in
which harness racing has : be
come big business. The male malefactor
factor malefactor can lose his license for
life or, if detected gambling or
cheating, can lose all his own
As example. Dancer conducts
what is known as a "DUblic sta
ble.? He handles close to eo neaa
for some 35 owners at a per
horse-cost of $5,000 annually.
detune full exnenses ana iu per
cent of the winnings,' me Train
er-drlver has a real good thing
'Qlntr for, him without looking
or a get-rich-qulck scheme.
Can't Bet Driver 1
'''Sometimes t i feel that tve'll
never be able to convince tne
nubile that tnisai sincuy on me
level." ne Jiaya gmmiy. i wnai
they don't understand Is that If
every norse ran true to iorm or
nne.twn-three -'An : exDeCteu
them wouldn't be any sense in
wagering.! f I f
.There ace a number Of 'factors
why, a favorite loses--nameiy
loss of form or Joundness,' bad
post position off bad racing luck.
over-emphasis of last yeara win
nings instead of the true erite
rlon of this year's performances.
too abrupt a move up In class Or
the public fallacy or betting on
e driver Instead pf-the horse.
Indicative of betting the driv
er was a recent race in -wnicn
Dancer was -, driving a horse
named Flying Pence against a
horse called Gay Dancer. A week
earlier, Dancer's horse had been
beaten by the consistent1 .Gay
Dancer. But the fans made Fly Fly-ine
ine Fly-ine Pence -r- or Dancer j the
choice at 90 cents to a $1 while'
Gar Dancer went off at $4.20 to
Editor: C0r.T?ADQ SARCEANT
.'-.500 ; 2j
.429 .429-.429 .288
St Louis ,
, TODAY'S GAMES
' New Yorfc at Brooklyn .(N)
Only games scheduled
YESTERDAY'S Rf-Siti to
St. Louie 1 ana nan nnn t 1
Milwaukee v 013 030 0018 8
. '1 -' w Av J nuu
Crone. Philllna Ti-ftv. and rr&n.
daii. ..;a ...... :r:-,
" (Nleht Oame
New York '020 nin nnn in 1
Brooklyn i 000 400 OOx 4 '51
Barclay o-2), M a t g oneri,
uco,. oui un.if.; ana westrum
Thomas, JKatt. 1 v 1
- Kourax, Valdes (1-0) f- tablne
aiiu t-ampanejia. t (
' (Night Game)' v'
Plttlhllrtrh :. nnn non non i
--------e ?s., www vj www w XX I
xumaaeipnia 00 007 lOx 8 8 2
j. rneno u-zi Hail, Churn and
Foiles, Krayitz. ;
I- Simmons (1-1), Cardwell, Mil Miller
ler Miller and Lopata.
Vf -ytp, (Night Game)
Chicago .v 020 001 0205
Cincinnati 000 170 lOx 9
Drabowskl (1-L), Collum,
wuuuem na neeman. r -.
NuXhall fl-0). Hrnili tint.
By HERBERT MOISE
FollowlnK a nractice "session
last night, Raymond Agustus
K.am, coacn ot the Gaiuto Bas
ketbair team, announced that
Stanford (Blackshlrt) Graham
has been named to represent the
team at all league meetings.
Graham will thus make his
entry, so to sneak, in basketball.
He has always been, involved in
some phase of sports but never
in pasKetoauvv -.':
Graham is better known as a
baseball manager apd fight pro
moter. Biackanirt had been
manager In the Panama Profes
sional League for several years
and while running the General
Electric and chesterfield teams
he compiled several records as a
manager among which are the
winning of the most pennants
On The Alleys. : ?
ATTENTION ALL WOMEN
da Saturday, April 27, at 1: 1:-36
36 1:-36 p.m., there will be a meet meet-Inn
Inn meet-Inn at the Diablo Clubhouse
for ail WD3C members. All
mambera are arged to attend
s election of officers for 1957
SI will be held. ; ;
1 j f
Boston t j
. Detroit at -Chicago -?3
Boston; at Washington
j Cleveland at Kansas CM
Only games scheduled
Baltimore 001 001 0002 12
New York: 200 000 01xi-3 11 1
Johnson (0-2) and Glnsberg
Ditmar, Grim (2-1) and,Berr,
'.(Night Game.)'' ;
Boston 020 000 010 U4 II t
Wash. O2100onnftna in e
Meyer.' PorterfieM .naiuVJ
' i (Nlffht flknai
Cleveland 000 lftn nns a in
K. City 054 104 21x 17. 14
Lemon (0-1). Pltula. .Tnrnmii:?::
(l-0, Truck. an4
Detroit at Chicago
and winning of the-most consee
Graham who was present at
the practice sessiorv txpressed
ouipuoc uvcr iiie aavancea stage. j j-of
of j-of conditioning that sram. hnd
moulded his team lntoi..c-,-i.tZ
x.irVn8 Wlin tam, Graham win r
, j ue recognizea oy ne
league this coming Friday V at
7:30. p.m., when thea director
noid their, first 195? meetings v.'
. Marlboro To Praetlce ln t-. v
. -A f ; colon 8andry!Uv.: M
. Rodolfo i(Flfl) Tom and hit
newly-named Marlboro team-,
(formerly Chesterfield) will con continue
tinue continue their pre-season drill i this J
Sunday morning at B a.m. at the ; ;
Abel Bravo gymnasium. Tom il
anxious to get his boys together
as ire has the inscrlDtion sheets
for them to fill In as required by r
tne directors or tne league. -.
Tom led his team to runner-
up- position last 1 season. -This
year a ciudwiu- pe somewnat
weaker as several of last year'e
outstanding players will; not b -returning
from thejstates. Tom, ,.
however, is making every effort v
to have' the brightest prospect .v
from the Colon Junior league v
make the team and so eive it
some depth jto offset the Joss of
top players. -K:y
. V.. i
1831 or J-2531 for further in
formation. .. .1
THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1357
m PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY' NEWSPAPER
J. '. 4
. Afiiaiieur Baseball' 'Teams. Meet'; In
Beriii Game S
FIRST SQUAWK Yogi Berra opened the ballplayers annual;
struggle against umpires by throwing his bat in disgust after,
being called out on strikes. For, all his humor, the Yankee
catcher burns like anybody else when a strike call kills his
chance of belting one.,
lluvenia Invitational Starts
At : Summit Hills April 27;
Women's Qualifying First
The sixth annual Juvenia vtatch
nnvitional Tournament will Ret
tifiderway at the Summit .Hills
olf Club on April Z7 wnen tne
ualifyin round for c the women
nil Bet the 11957 edition-trf the W
mlar-. sport started j cTW' cnia luy-
ng round lor tn men" win De
laved from way i tnrougn May
The women's qualifying round
H-enii'Anrtr' 3O4O I
I The first round of ttie elimina
tions will be played the week end
Ing May IX'the tournament will
ae sponsored by Mercurio of Pa
naina and the prizes for the win1
eers in each flight ''will be a Juve-
kia watch. The finals for al' flights
knlrbe played on Sunday June 9.
SIX FLIGHTS FOR MEN
AND TWO FOR WOMEN
The tournament will oe played
In eight flights of IS players each
(Six of the flights will be far men
and two for women Plavers will
Qualify in group according to
iheir handicaps but all matches
will be played from scratch. The
grouping for the flights will be as
Men s 'Championship and first
chr Handicaps thru 8 ---;.?-
Men's second flight Hmdlcapi
Men's third flight Handicaps
thru. It -e.v-
Men's fourth flight Handicaps
217 thru 20
Men's sixth flight J Handicaps er.
El and over -
Women's championship flight
L-Handicaps 1 thru 18
Women's first flight uandi-
bapa 18 and over. -:f ;
f TRACTICI ROUNDS
The Summit Course wid be
ben to all Isthmian Golfers for
practice rounds after Apri i?8, and
Sunday, April It, f h Macambe
Cli b f tht Atlantic side will are
sent baseball farts return Panama-Colon
clash in the Municipal
,l:v'':';:.;.ft--;- ) t '
The game is a benefit contest
for the Medical Clinic f the Na
tienal Guard. It is urgently need
d to help relieve the strain en
ador Guerrero Hospital. This
l .va is spearheaded by Major
fat tor Ramos Jr., National Guard
chief of the Atlantic Secter.
This sport : spectacle will else
feat r the now National 4iuard
Joseph Harrington, head el the
Pfiior Corp., will donate a trophy
to the winner. The Prodilocta
Shoe Ster will donate a Pajr of
shoes to the winning pitcher. Gui-
llerme' Arkur will donate a medal
te the best batter.', s
The general public is : eerdially
invited te attend. Colon baa lust
captured the National Amateur
Baseball j Championship m the ci
ty f Aguedulce and was giyon a
royal welcome by me Ctlenltes en
their return home, 1
W t Pet. GB
Baker Leads List
men will not be allowed to play
practice rounds alter April 30. The
first round played during the qua qualifying
lifying qualifying dates will be thy -ilsyers
qualifying round. If. a player fails
tof qualify withjn his : handicap
group he- will beeliraln ated from
the. tournament: The vPWCA win
set up the rules for tbo. playing of
the eliminations by the women.
All elimination matches will be
eighteen! holes except in the' Cham-
pionshipv(flight where, th lilayersj
wiu jpiay Jo(noies ;ine prizes wiu
be presented : ihimediately after
the finals have been completed on
June t : :' (
A Jtotal of 96 qualifying positions
wiu d open 10 men niavers and
32 for women. The tournament
Committee after getting many fa' fa'-vorable
vorable fa'-vorable comments about tha han
dicap grouping in the Best Ball
Tournament decided to try the
same system in this tournament.
Th. i system givei the hleh handi
cap players a chance to comoete
in groups in which they have a
cnance of winning one of the priz
es. v---.v:;-' -...,(,,'-?"? '-!
Mercurios and the Sunimit Hills i
Golf Club hope that every Isth
mian uouer will try to aualifv in
thia tournament.1 The tournament
1a planning on having three tee
prizes which will be drawn just
before the nresentation of the
prizes on June 9. Watch this oa
per for details to be published lat-
TWO MEDALIST PRIZES
' In addition to the eight watch
es which will go to the winners of
the men's and women's flights
there will be two more Juvenia
watches for the best qualifying
medal score shot, one for (lie. men
and one for the women.
Pacific Softball League
, .. By HENRY CLARK
i " .' -Second
Half Standinps '
Team W L Pet CB
Hq & Hq 20th Inf. 0 4 .892 3
Lou oiua 10 9 .687 1
Pan Liquldo . 6 .600 1,
Blatz Brewers .. 5 Ml 2
Tasco Batteries. 1 10 .091 8
, ""Next Games
Thursday, April 25: C N. Pan
Llquido vs Hq. and Hq.-20th in infantry.
fantry. infantry. -- v --
rriday April 261 Tasco Batter Batteries
ies Batteries vs Blata Brewers. -
Saturday, ; April. 27 Hq. and
Hq. 20th Infantry vs Tasco Bat Batteries
teries Batteries (2 fames) at 2:00 pjn.
McNair Lane Tfaebi Two-Hit
Shut -Out Over Blats Brewers
Cerveceria Naclon Pan Llauldo,
with McNair Lane hurling Jils
fifth shut-out of the season, re
entered the race for the serond
half title of the Pacific SoftbaU
j be rue.
Pan liquido's 12 to 0 win over
'ats Brewers sent Red Keith to
he showers In the fifth Inning Castro, ri ....
'or reliever Gonzales. Lane's rec-' M'"r"n. If .
-rd now stands at 17 1:is a- Keith, p, f, c
-ainst S defeats. Keith's set-t v. v
acks sow total sixteen, the 22
Tsrwt to dat. f i C- N. Paa Liqaido
on Keith. Four errors were com committed
mitted committed by the nervous Brewers
In Pan Liquido's big Inning. The
first half winners had runs scor scored
ed scored In every one of their rnnines.
4 The league's underdogs, Blatz
Brewers, were able to place only
iwo runners as rar as
base safely while Lan
them to four bases-on-balls. one
hit-by-pltch-ball and struck-out
five. Martinet and Castro were
the only hitters to collect hits
for the wserone In the first in
Playoff of Second
PALOMAS TAKE 1-1 LEAD IN
It', I' 'I ;
Friday, 4:M p.m. J
The; Palomas 'won'' the opening
game of the championship series
when they defeated the Ocelots 10 10-4
4 10-4 before a capacity crowd yester yester-dsy
dsy yester-dsy afternoon at the Teenage Park.
Jeff Kline who has been the
mainslajl of.the l?alomas pitching
staff all season was called on a a-gain
gain a-gain and his crossfire slants ar-d
control were in aood form. Kline.
limited the Ocelots to four runs on
eiffht weu scattered mu as nis
teammates came through with hits
when, they were needed. ..;.
Tn th fint innlne Reynolds. O
celot pitcher, retired the first
three Palomas batters on seven
mtches but ran into trouble in the
second when he issued three walks
and was relieved by Vaughn who
got tiie third out at the plate on
strikes. : 4 ;'
, The Palomas broke : the fame
wide open in the third, scoring five
runs. Katngaber singiea. Alien
and Kline walked to load aie bases.
Vaughn was relieved by Amma-
rau witn one cown. raws worsen
Ammarati to a three-two count
then singled. Huddleston singled,
J olan walked and Rathrber, up
for the second time, ended the In Inning
ning Inning when he tlied out to Vaughn
Li center who made a nice, catch
aftei 1 long run. v
Tlhe Palomas aided live Insur Insurance
ance Insurance runs in the fourth ar.d fifth
on a double by Allen, a single by
Garcia, a sinfcle by Rath'ar t, s
double by Garcia and sincks by
Kl.ne and Dotan.--"
The Ocelots scored one In the
ih d on singles-by Enfieft. J
Morris and. Vugnn. two an. u
fWh on a single by Engelte and
a double by Vaugbn and one w
the sixth on a walk and siecics by
R Morris ana iwmonrruy.
Manaffer Hnx. announce after
the game that he will send Vaughn
to tt e mound to win tie nurt"
ame tor him. Msnaf? t la l'e-
Mnnd m arfll ea with Kline. A win for
limited I mm will crown the Paiomss
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
The Atlantic little Leaeua will
officially close the' 1957 season on
Saturday, moraine, April a. at the
Little League Stadium in Marga
rita, witn uie program getting un under
der under way at 9 a.m.- All members of
the A and B. Division teams have
been-requested to appear at the
bail pare beiore : a.m. and in
uniform. v-v--"--.-f iiJ'-fe.'-f ""r-
The program eohtmlttee has an
nounced tnat ths morning's acitiv acitiv-Ues
Ues acitiv-Ues will iea.u. -an exmuitiuu ball
game between the league's cham
pions, Mutual 01 umana, ana tne
Atlantic Army Rangers who were
the winner-; .01 B invtsion pla.y,
After the ball game,, the grad
uating piayers.; wui be presented
with troohies and certificates of
graduation from the Atlantic Little'
jjeasue,. au uuisi uim uiiui
players will receive mementos and
certificates 01 parucipavion w we
1967 league piayn
As nart of the morning's pro
gram, the xarpon uun permaneni
iroohy wiU be presented to tne
Mutual of Omana ; club, a f t e r
which hamburgers and soft drinks
will be served. -..-i
The roster of 1957 Atlantic Lit
tle League graduates who will be
honored during the closing cere
mony is as follows:- ' ?
Coco solo graves tarws sea-
bolt, Wayne Hardisty, Jack BuU-
ington, Foster Dyer and Robert
Rice.' f-. -?.,.1-
Coca Cola Bottlers Roger Hutch Hutchinson.
inson. Hutchinson. William Dockery Philip
Sanders, Donald Stohrer, J o h a
Burns, Richard Peterson.
Gil Morland's Pirates la Rue
Christoph, v Raymond Schedegg,
Edsil Hilty, Richard Chin and Har Harry
ry Harry Butcher.
Coco'Solito Cubs Mario Villa-
marzo. Robert Jodice. Michael Ba
ranick, George Kandrin, Edwip
Webber and Octavio CamachO.
Mutual of Omaha Cyrus Field,
Reginald Lum, John W a i n i 0,
Charles Bath and Gordon Kiel.
Police' Pals Jack Brayton,. Ken
ny L. Smith, Kenneth C 0 0 p e r,
Earl Orr. William Jongbloed and
Joseph Coffia. t ,n
ISTHMIAN LITTLE LEAGUE
By GILBERT BURtON
u . id-Half
T Standings, April 24
Graham Tias Trim;
" Perc Graham moved Into a tie
"with Pres Trim for the lead in the
first. flisht of the Early Times
Ringer at '.Summit. Hills. -George
Riley continues to hold third place
four strokes behind tne leaders.
Graham and Trim has 71s.' In the
second flight Ted -Jordan' rewv
quished the lead to ''Walter Grow
wno scored his ninth and tenth
birdies for a score of 60. Jordan
has a 61 and Leo Ebereni In third
place has a 63..; ,? ? ,r'
Hugh Thomas cut his score to 65
to maintain a four stroke lead in
the third flight Charles Sorrell and
N. B. Stephenson are tied for sec second
ond second with 69s and Randy Waites is
fourth with a 70. A;
Pearl Trim maintained a five
stroke lead over Harriet Sereer
in the women's flight. Mrs. ser
ge bold on second place is be
ing threatened by Louise Jones
who is only one stroke behind
Mrs. Serger with a 63.
' Checking over the score sheet
for the Ringer makes the handi
cap strokes on the score cird pret
ty accurate. On a tough No. 4
hole, the first handicap stroke on
the card only five birdies have
been made while on No. t a. total
of 26 birdies, have been 'chalked
up. Tha first hole, which Is the
second handicap stroke on' the-
card, has only seven birdies. fr
birdies have been scored by the
three men's flights. The following
are the leaders in each Eight.
Somraers' Sparks ....
Mutual of Omaha
Snarks unleashed a
devastating display of strength,
producing 33 runs and 29 basemts
in thru flAVft Til LIB 1V1ULUM1 V V
naha for the lead in ,the iecond
half of the Isthmian LltUe League
playing sesson. lT
The Nehi team, a consistent con
tender for top honors m 1 n 1 s
league's activity was eliminated
yesterday when Sommers' scored
eight tuns to lane u u.
hi's F. Graham, boasting a. .o
batting average, was struca ui,
three times In as. many appear
ances by sommers- 1.. ;ime"-'
" Mutual of Omaha will Vie with
Sommers' Sparks on, Monday 4a 4a-pril
pril 4a-pril 29 in a sudden-death contest
for be lead and the opportunity to
play first-hau winner, nut,,
season honors.1 ? ?' "
The championship series p 1 ay
will begin on Thursday May 2;
and wiu continue on through Fri Friday
day Friday and Saturday until one team
has won two gimes. On Ssturdsy,
Msy 4, awards and prizer wiU be
distributed to teams and players
..no iviom im of the first a-
a. aivwt hvnhe' league has
k .i.,natid bv the Canal Zone
Police GuariociaUon. ;-
Vfsterday's box score:
sins and the other in the
half of the seventh after v two
Cervecerla Nacional rlghtfield rlghtfield-er
er rlghtfield-er Bob Lawyer hit the game's
only home-run, a one-run blast
between the fielders in right right-center
center right-center during the third Inning.
The box score:
Blats Brewers A
Champs of 1957. A win for the O O-celots
celots O-celots will make a third game nec necessary.
essary. necessary. J
, FIRST PLIGHT
nntr O In
Pres Trim ' 3o 31
Perc Graham ' 30 S
George Riley S3 33
Jaek Hammond 32 34
Bill Carlton v. 34 35
n..h.11 fans are invited to ai
tonitrnd the coming games and in)
Siegel, e, cf
Gonzales, cl, p
view of the caliber pail piayea SteDhenson
by these two teams during uietRtndy wjjte,
season, Friday s game pruauw d0 ptrT
to be another interesting ana
played match: .These games are
being played at the home of the
festlich Lesgue, Fsstlicb Teenate
Park on Gaillard Hiehway. The
H time is fotir-thirty. with pre game
0' practice by both teams as a pre-
l nrn.- 1 .
Gayle, rf, P :
Maron, 3b, 2b
Myrie, ss 3b
Williams, e -Smith,
Myles, zd, ss
Jimenez, p- !"'
E. Dabriei, c
' NEW 'YORK.' April- 25 (TJP)
Bob Baker; Neat Rivers, Ramon
Fuentes and Oil Cadilli were a
monar the boxers dropped from
the too ten In latent monthly
Ring Magazine ratings. released
. !', .i'.m v 4 1
j Raksr, the big Fittabargh heavy'
weight who has baa in and out of
ht ratings ttvcral times, wai re replaced
placed replaced by Willi Batmanotf of Gar Gar-aiany,
aiany, Gar-aiany, who boat him at Naw York
-a faw woaka age.lJfr' -v-
Rivers dropped out of the' mid middleweight
dleweight middleweight rankings and Bobby
Boyd of Chicago regained a soot
among the top ten. George
Barnes of Australia took 10th
place among welterweights,
dropping Fuentes out, and Mex Mexico's
ico's Mexico's Kid Anahuac la rated 10th
amon the feathers,' with Cad Cadilli
illi Cadilli out.
For the most part,-: there were
only minor changes from last
month's ratings, joey Giambra
advanced from seventh to sixth
in the middleweight r ranking,
changing places with Joel Ql Ql-ardello.i
ardello.i Ql-ardello.i and Del Flanagan and
Vlnce Martinez exchanged sixth
and seventh places among welters.-with
Flanagan ahead now.
Chuck Spiesar of Detroit, first first-ranked
ranked first-ranked light-heavy challenger bit
month, wai fifth this month after
hit kayo by Tony Anthony, who
wai named "fighter of the month."
Ughtheavyv c h a m d Archie
Moore was drooped from fifth
to eighth among heavyweights
since he hasn't been active, and
Dal Dower of Wales, fifth among
flyweights last month, droooed
out of the ratings this month
because of his one-round kayo
by chamn Prntmiai pn v,
Dower' subseouent 7 announce.
ment of temnorary retirement.
Gibson, Brpugh To
NEW YORK'Aprll 25 (UP
Ham Richardson, Herb Flam, Al Al-thea
thea Al-thea Gibson, and Louise Broueh
America's 4four highest-ranking
players will be the official
U.S. reoresentatives In the Wim.
oieaon cnamDionsnios in Eng Eng-landtl
landtl Eng-landtl June1 24-July- 6, viTl 1
1 Fight Results
WICHITA, Ken.: Leroy Green
178, Kansas aty, Kans., out outpointed
pointed outpointed Ted poole, 174, Wichita,
Kans, .16. : .yj.- .vt-M -h; t
STOCKTONVcaiif.: Leo Abbn Abbn-los,
los, Abbn-los, 135, Stockton, decisioned Bil Billy
ly Billy Brown, 139. Oakland, 10.
RICHMOND. Calif.: Bobby
Scanlon. 133. San FrAnciseo, de-
elsioned Jorge Maclas, 137, San
Jose, 10. t.
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N0 IN ITS NEW HOME:
Central Avs. 26-109,
(Near Encanto Thtatra)
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First half winners Pan Uaul- Taht, 11
o. with one irame left ia the sec-1 Padron, cf, 2b
rd half against Hq. and Htj tCarlin. ss ....
rtb infantry, can still fain a.Pescod. lb
te with the Infantrymen or Lou 'Lane, p
j'.ud Afency. iSojster. cf
i A'lxsin the Beennea's re- Carrpue. cf
rs nj fame will naturally Kosik. 3b .
't.t : a p'ay-eff fwrips fnr ; I awrpr. rf
:Vrtr of the prev.ocs n.cr.t.c-a-.
i first division clubs.
I TfJ-ay's win ws rr-"n-,j :
'sfter a no-hit fo.;r-r-n a--- C".
OJ The box score:
0 PALOMAS: v
0 Allen cf.
0: Garcia c --jKlina
1 CiWwaM If
1 Dole rf
0 Engalha 2b
0 Ammiratl as
b Marris, J. -l'v,vq,,n
:5 12 7'Frmh
y and Morrit, H. lf-
.i.'k. C-rbrwWy Ik
1 1 37
s.haut hits: Thomas. Gabriel,
Juley, Gsyle, Willisms. btrucicoui
by: Jimlnez Smith 0, Gayle 3,
Winninc pitcher: Jimenez (4 ZU
Losing pitcher: Gayle (0-1). Um Umpires:
pires: Umpires: Farrell, Lindsay. Scorer: A.'
Peterkin. timer 1:0?
Easter Slams 12th
Inning Two-Run HR
For Buffalo Victory-
4 Kirw YORK. AOrtl 25 'UP V-
Ageless Satchel Paige reaps the
press notices7 but Luke Easter,
another expert at manipulating
vi. Kirth riot la also snowing
the youngsters how it's done in
the International League, j
Easter, who claims to J
but Is suspected of being rjnst a
little older" slammed a two-run
homer In the 12th inning last
night to give thaBun. lo Bi.wu
a 4-2 victory over Havana The
clutch clout by Buff aloja all-time
home run king nudRed the Bi Bisons
sons Bisons within n httf game of the
lothamea. the Rochester
Red Wings behind Duke M M-keU'a
keU'a M-keU'a second straight j rOTte-go-lng
performance, tripped. Miami.
S-i. U was the defending : cham cham-piona
piona cham-piona third consepiUw triumph
ChoUy Naranj scattered 10
hits to give the Columbus Jets a
5-0 triumph over the Montreal
nmraia Th loss dropped the
dai tha Irani a basement.
The Toronto- and Richmond
game was rained out.
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MONTHLY INVESTMENT PLAN!
-The Hamilton Objective' ; l,
CURRENT INCOME nd FUTURE GROWTH!
- dlamiitsm J-imtfa
At little as $1 month!
' Or as much m fou wish.
F. O. BM UM Tel. l-TMS
. ruuKi, a p.
FOR RENT: Chalet at Oolf
Height, targe garden, living
room, dining room, 3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms, ; maid's racm.
hat water. Cemplataly furnish furnish-ad.
ad. furnish-ad. Contract can ba arrangad
for 3 years. Phone morning
3-2975. Evenings, 2-2970.
FOR RENT: Brand new
two-bedroom chalet, large
perch, garage, spacious gar gar-den.
den. gar-den. Laa Cumbres. Phone J J-1133.
1133. J-1133. FOR RENT: Three bed bed-room
room bed-room chalet, two bathroom,
hot watar, delicious climate,
spacious garden. $80.00. Tel.
FOR RENT: In May unfurn unfurnished
ished unfurnished or partly furnished res residence
idence residence 3 bedrooms, terrace,
etc. good neglhberheed. Tel.
FOR RENT: Furnished cha chalet,
let, chalet, 2 bedrooms. Sth street
No. 4 Parque Lefebre. Phone
' mt I.L.J
i rUR KERII rwrHinn-a
small room with service and
" .v entrance, independent. Caw
r of Chile Ave. and 38th St.
Ne. 4 Panama. Tel. 3-1103.
. Reserve NOW. Inexpensive
aatisfHng vacations, Santa
Clara Beach. Shrapnel's fur.
nished houses. Phono Balboa
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern cenvoniaacoo
moderate ratoaw Phono Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, 4441.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES aad large
beach boose. Oae aille oast Ca Ca-tlne.
tlne. Ca-tlne. Pkeee Balbea 1164.
i Rooms I
i --I 1
. U Baldwin's furnished opart-
. ments at Santo Clara Beach,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3411.
. PHILLIPS OeeansWe Cottages
Santa Clara. Bex 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phone Panama
3-1177, Cristobal 4-1471V
ks U:.!ccs Cfcb
I!:! is tefccneijr
Tbo first onnlversarjr danea .of
Las Unices Social Club, a charf charf-table
table charf-table group organiied last yaar,
will be held Saturday night at the
Casino Vina del Mar.
" Starting at 8 p.m., music will
. be provided by Jabao Jarvia and
his "Sonoramica" orchestra until
S a.m. A aemi-formal affair, the
dance will alio, feature a number
of surprises provided by members
Of the lub.
, Reserved tablei also win be a a-silable,
silable, a-silable, and resorvationi may 1a
tnad through Ivonne Moss, Dora
de Leon and other members of
- Airy, modern 3 bedroom, t
bathroom apartment, bal balcony,
cony, balcony, maid's room with
bath, hot water, garage.
$150.8. Call X-0SJ1, busi business)
ness) business) boors.
uid Low Prices
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ATTENTION. 0. M Just balk
" aiedara faraisbed apartments, I,
I dreams, hat, cold water.
Phaaa PaaaiM 1-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished a
partments on Via Perras, Ne.
120, overlooking SAS edmmis edmmis-sary,
sary, edmmis-sary, beside Roosevelt Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. Talepone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartments, completely jried jried-em,
em, jried-em, in construction, ready' ta
be occupied in first days of
May. $70.- Information Tel. 2 2-2711.
2711. 2-2711. tth Street No., 5-30.
FOR RENT; Spacious 1 bad bad-room
room bad-room apartment, 2 bathrooms
maid's room with -bathroom, ;
hot water, garage. Alberta Na-,
varre street Ne 52, El Can-
grejot Inquire Apt. 5 Phono 3-
FOR RENT: SUBLET
TO SUBLET: Approximate,
ly three months mid-May to
Mid-August, priced under ac actual
tual actual rent for desirable tenant,
preferably without email chil children:
dren: children: luxuriously completely
furnished, large, cool, moequi moequi-tofree
tofree moequi-tofree penthouse apartment
with beautiful view overlook overlooking
ing overlooking Panama Bay, living room,
dining room,' four large bal bal-conlts,
conlts, bal-conlts, three bedrooms (two
olrcenditioned), two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, enclosed laundry, com-
Elete mold's quarters and
sth; servants and utilities by
mutual arrangement. Please
Ehone home 3-4857 or office 3 3-184".
184". 3-184". FOR RENT: Modern and in independent
dependent independent small apartment
In brand new building, ideal
for bachelor, $50. Call 2-2011
:t business hours.
FOR RENT: Freshly paint painted
ed painted bedroom, living room, din-ette-kitchen.
Calls Darien No.
14-21, next street from 4th, of
FOR RENT: Apartment en
Via Perras Ne. 44 new, mod modern,
ern, modern, living room, dining room,
two bedrooms, kitchen, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, porch, screened, lots of
water, deposit on Econegaa in installation.
stallation. installation. $70. Tel. 3-1843
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, two large rooms
: each having outside door witn
' kitchen and bath In between.
Apply laniter, Hopkins apart apartments
ments apartments over Swift and Co. 4th
of Jury Avenue or phone Bal-
'baa 2944. ..rf
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment
ment apartment ef two bedrooms with
. hot water. Stoh. street (Ca moo
Alegre) building "Carlba". In In-formation
formation In-formation Tel. 3-5322.
FOR RENT: $110.00. Two
bedrooms apartment, modern
cloeete, bathroom, living-dining
room, largo kitchen, maid's
eom with bathroom, laundry
room, completely aereened,
. hot water Installation, private
parking space. Perei No. 23
behind "Colegle Javier". TeL
3-1382 or 3-1434,
FOR RENT: Big space for
office in first plant ef 22 East
Bio Street Ne. 24-72 $100.- In Information
formation Information TeL. 2-2718. 8th St.
FOR RENT: Spacious lo local,
cal, local, formerly occupied by
Lavanderia Reine. $50.- Bee as
del Tore street No. 4 Cherrille
Phone 2 1295.
A special chess tournament be
tween the Panama Chess Club
and the Balboa YMCA-USO
Chess Club will be held on
Thursday evenings for the next
A team of four players from
each club will compete with the
The players taklns? part are:
For the Balboa YMCA-U80:
man, E. Dailey.
For the Panama Chess dub-:
F. Denis, F. Peres, & Barraza,
The tourney will start tonight, 1
April 25, at & o'clock at the Pan Panama
ama Panama Chess Center (Centre Pa Pa-name
name Pa-name fio de AJedret).
ior rest, from May 15th to
October 34th, sKaated at S3
Via Espe&aaad 15th St "La
CresU." Very convenient
price; we- are feet seeking
hih rent, we want the
nooeo to be well eared. For
farther bi formation please
eaO Phone Panaaaa,
City, or toqulre at the
SMT??i,S7S'S.,?5,?ir wwAonrtso ouavorncia at -H btbket. tanama- libreria preciaOo-t street N. w e agencias
SlBJ5?fr D.l KiA910N&!!.N5-'Lotterl' .P,,M O CASA ZALDO-Centr.l Ave. 45 LOUKDES PHARMACY 182 1 t.rrasquilla e fARMACW LOM LOM-iiSS7fr'ww
iiSS7fr'ww LOM-iiSS7fr'ww MOBMUgOMSlh of July Ave. 4k J St. e LEWIS SEBVICE-Ave. Tioll No. 4 0 FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS-149 CentK.I Ave.
?,IJFiAtU?ri! ",to"LAvBJf; HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE-, tm. d I One Ave. Mo. 4! e FOTO DOMY Justo Atoiemena Ave. and M St. e FARMAC1A
7h awVh?kiJ S AWIACIA tt BATtJRBO Prue Lafevre t Street VARMACIA 8A"-V1 rorrmi 111 e NOVEDADES ATHIS Beside
run sale; oeauritui blue
55 Pontile Convertible. Looks
new, perfect condition, duty
psipV $2,000 or highest offer.
Contact George Hsmbleton,
paa, Tocumen. ; r
FOR SALE: Mercury 4 door
.Sedan 1952, new tires, good
condition $950. Call Navy Pa-
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Cen.
vertible big saving for? quick
sale, all power equipment, less
than 3000 miles. Phone Balboa
2585 or Panama 3-4448 days or
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsma
one. Automatic Bendix wash washer
er washer 60 cycles. Quarry Heights
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford
Ranch Wagon with radio, heat heater
er heater and windshield washer. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. $1,250. Call
Kobbe 3142 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Buick
Roadmaster Convertible, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, new paint,
many extras, $400... 1942 Ford
Stetion wagon only $95- Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun 5-500. t
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Fair Fair-lane
lane Fair-lane 4 doer. Practically, new
FOR SALE: 1947 Oldtmo Oldtmo-bi
bi Oldtmo-bi jo, good condition $175.03
Call Pedro Miguel 4-353.
FOR SALE: ;- 1955 Buick
Century, .4 doer sedan. AH fac factory
tory factory installed power" '.equip '.equipment.
ment. '.equipment. Perfect throughout Will
sacrifice for $2,400.00. Will
consider a trade. House 3204
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford
Ranchwagon, 8 cylinder, ra radio
dio radio and heater, underrating
all convetional accessories, 32,
000 miles, three new tires,
$850.00. Call 87-3181 Qtrs. 408 408-B
B 408-B Ft. Clayton
FOR SALE: 1949 four deor
Pontiac sedan. Good Condition
$325.- Call Rebles office Pana Panama
ma Panama .2-1441, Homo, 3-4424. .
POR SALf: 1951 Mercury
twe-doos, sedan. Exeellent eon-,
dition, ondercoatad. Original
paint, like ; new. No dents
Priced to sell at $450. Phono
Balboa 3747 evenings 4 to 7.
Mr. Pontics and Cadillac own-,
or why dent you have a cer certified
tified certified service? ', Garage Johns Johnston
ton Johnston look after your repairs and
maintenance. Phone 454-A Hth
Melendei, adjoining Clve de
FOR SALE:- Ford Ranch
Wagon 1953, mechanically
good, a clean car, -995.00. Of Office
fice Office 2-1501 er House 0840-K
Acacia Place, Balbea, behind
YMCA after 4:15. t
FOR SALS: 1950 Ford four four-door
door four-door sedan Custom Line, very
good condition. Balboa 2-4139.
FOR SALES -1957 Chevro Chevrolet,
let, Chevrolet, Bel-Airs 4 doors 2 tone,
pe wergilds, white side walls,
4000 miles. Call Albrook 84 84-3245
3245 84-3245 after 3:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1953 Stude-
' baker apart coupe 5 passeng passenger,,
er,, passenger,, hardtop. House 2245 Carr
St. Balboa. After 2:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet Bel Bel-Aire
Aire Bel-Aire 1954, power glide, radio.
$1,000.00. Call 2-4425.
FOR SALE: At ridiculously
low price of $1895, beautiful
blue 55 Pentiec Convertible.
Perfect condition. Duty paid.
Contact George Hsmbleton, P.
- JIM RIDQB
Gibraltar Ufe Ins. Co.
for rates and lnformatloa
TeL Panama t-SSSS
TkANSPOTIS BAXTER. S.
2 2451 2 2582
- lane Ridlag at
PANAMA HIDING SCHOOL
Ridieg Jtashq daaeee 4f
t to S ptPaeneJ-24ll
m. 4V l4BJBB
ma Tea flrwe
. BODY RXDFCINa
UeU Herlit-w. Minn
t Stb mK urn IomM
Ikanl BcMv rtk erana.
ss a. tnm s-mt
. Oc. acnoiX emu ta ipiaii
FOR SALE: OBllOG Hi-Fi
amplifier, '8 mm. movie pro projector.
jector. projector. Panama 3-2109 4-4
FOR SALE: 21 in. SiWertone
TV. Call Win Ancon. r
FOR SALE: A few surplus
birds from my aviary: ; Java
Rice birds; Dickcissels; male
Zebra finches etc, Mrs.' Mar Mar-ciacq,'
ciacq,' Mar-ciacq,' Baby Landia Tel. 3-12-59
FOR SALE: Half thorough thoroughbred
bred thoroughbred netive horse with er with
out saddle. Call Curundu 5191.
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL, CX
The Curundu Pest Restaur Restaurant
ant Restaurant offers invitation to bid on
contract to operate an UP UPHOLSTERY
HOLSTERY UPHOLSTERY SHOP in Curundu
C.Z. Prospective bidders are
Invited to visit the operations.
Bids should be ; submitted in
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-,
ant Officer. Bids will be op opened
ened opened at. 1400 hours on 15 May
1957 inv; the Post Restaurant
Building. For ..further inform information
ation information call Curundu 4205 or
On Suez Dispute
r SMtmMT a tM at ft mv
lAMWHf AHiU Mil
Prime Minister Harold Macmil
lan returned from an extended
Easter holiday to a hurried
meeting with bis cabinet minis
ters on tne sues aisnuie loaay.
There were also, reports that he
is examining the advisability, oi
a ywii w Moscow.-, .j, n,
: .--..'V. i -i tl'--Sv.-i' "Pi
tilnlnmatle Sources said Mac
millan has been studying closely
the 8000 word letter from Soviet
Premier Nikolai Bulganin deliv delivered
ered delivered to his country Tetreat at
Easter and was consulting: with
his top advisers. v t
TATilfftit he meets with Sir
Winston Churchill at the latter's
country home In Chartwell for
what diplomats described as fw
informal policy review.
Reeves Art Exhibit
nn Mhihit at the TJScCjWB
Armed Forces Service Center are
the artistic onennKs mji Mre. -.hrf
Reeves of Fort Gulick. for
merly of Jacksonville. Tex. The
exhibit has been arranged .with
i ooreratlon of the Canal
7nn. Art TaBTie.
Mrs. Reeves, wno nians w re
tire in the near iuture, naa
n.int an mr nie out never
fyviv hpr talents seriously until
n mm tLan at wnicn ume ne
began her formal training under
Mrs. Frances ureeniun sum w.
a member of the Canal Zone
Art League and the National ren
wnm,n Mrs. iteeves can wee
her love- of art and. as can be
noted in her paintings, herrtai
nt tn hr eremtect iatner.
Aiwava structurally correct.
th naintlnea of Mra Reeves
provides, a real-life study of ob-
intM An r.anvaav rne viewer oe
Uches. even more clearly than
were he to see them next to him.
the objects In Linda's Toys. Pan Panama
ama Panama Shells, and It's All Indian
lines faitbfuUy portrayed by the
artist whose perspective is un
Servicemen,' their dependents
and the general public are ln ln-Tited
Tited ln-Tited ta Insnect and comment on
the paintings to be found in the
art gallery- of the USO-JWB
which is open dally from 9 a.m.
to 10 pjn. . ,.
N JWB. Chairman 7
Speaks At Balboa
Col. Harry D. Nensnell. chair chairman
man chairman of the National Jewish Wel
fare Board, armed services com-!
minee la jvew Yore, will De t n e
fueat spesker at Friday evening
services to be held st 8 p.m. in
the chtpel 'of the USO-JWB Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Service Center in Bal Balboa,
Hensbel Is, a an ember of the
board of directors of United Serv
ices Organi ration; be is a me me-her
her me-her ef the U. S. Olympic Commit
tee. chairman of the board of New
York tjn Bsebll Federation.
ana oas oeen acuve u u war
of the' United Jewish Appeal ar
Federstioo of Jewish PhiUrrthro-
As SB officisl observer of Carib Carib-Zx
Zx Carib-Zx naneuvers. he i rpendinf aev-i
era! days on tve litmus.
FOR SALE: Modern two
bedroom chalet, maid's room
and bath, hot end cold water
screened, yard, ; pel io sliding
door closets, etc,:, Phone Ama-'
M 5193 from' 8 t0 4, 104 St.',
84 : East,, between Via Perras ;
and 50th St.
FOR SALE: Harley David David-sort
sort David-sort motorcycle 1955 Model 74,'
all extras. Low milloago, Best
-offer for, cash. Tehl 2-1213.
Of Ubor Rackets
WASHINGTON. Aoril 25 (UP)-
Chairman John L.-1 McClellan
the Senate Rackets Committee
said today Congress may enact
legislation to curb labor racketeer
ing before it adjourns this year.
The Arkansas Democrat ex
pressed approval of President Eis-.j
ennower s plan to submit bills to
the current session to strike at
misuse of union funds and rack racketeering
eteering racketeering in organized labor.
Eisenhower called Labor Secre Secretary
tary Secretary James P. Mitchell to his va vacation
cation vacation Wlite House at Augusta,
Ga., tomorrow to discuss the leg
Sen. Irvine M. Ives (R -NY).
vice chairman of the committee.
expressed concern last night that
"some very anti-labor" legislation
might result from the committee's
investigation of labor racketeer
McClellan said he believes the
administration is taking action as
sstional Investigation of the Team
sters Union. But, he -said he did
not know what measures the ad
ministration would propose.'!
So.- far, McClellan has men mentioned
tioned mentioned possible legislation on "two
broad.nnes": "To preserve the
democratic processes jin unions"
and "to insure proper use and ac
counting of union funds Including
supervision -ot tno way wey are
To Hungary Heroes
HAMRimO. Germ in v. r April 25
a;p Police battled rioters In the
rowdy St Pauli district lsst nigl t
in a flareup of violence resulting
from Communist efforts to change
tlie name of a street dedicated to
Hungary's rebels. Five Red riot rioters
ers rioters were arrested.
Leaders of the' outlawed Com
mui'st party tore down signs on
Budapest Street, named last fill
in honor of Hungary's effort-to
throw off the Soviet yoke, and put
un sins bearing-its former name
I Ernst Thaelmann Street. f"
Thaelmann. a communist ieao ieao-er,
er, ieao-er, was purged by Adolf Hitler.
Mrs. Lydia Hinds : :-Dies
Dies :-Dies In Hospital
Mr. Lydia Malcolm Hinds of
p.n.ma ntv died Tuesday- in
S!s.a nnnlul. lira. Hinds col
lapsed suddenly at the Balboa
Post Office and was rushed to the
hospital unmetuateiy. ...
Mrs. Hinds wss the wife of Hen Henry
ry Henry Hinds who died a year.
Rh u aurrived bv a brother,
Washington Malcolm, who resides
in Havana. Cuba, and another
brother, Leon Christian, who la a
t formal Hospital, a
tDdaurhter. IciWa, and an adopt
ed son, nay mono.
Funeral arrangements are pend pending
ing pending the arrival of Washington Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm and will be announced later.
Holding Two Jobs
Increasing In USA
WASHTNOTON, April 23 HJT)
The number of Americans nold nold-inM
inM nold-inM itnwn two or more lobs at
once has Increased to recent,
years. the Commerce Depart-
ment said today.
As of last July, a survey show showed
ed showed some 1,700.000 persons had
more than -one Job. A similar
survey six year earlier ehoweo
only about 13W.0O0 dual Job Jobholder!.
The survey found married
men, the moat frequent multiple
Jobholders. In the or rrs.il labor
pool one out of every 13 married
men held more tnan one Job
compared to one out of 18 ain-
FOR SALE: At Playa Co-y
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Simmons mattresses break breakfast
fast breakfast bar chairs, table and
chest of drawers. Phone Pa- :
nama 3-io48 days for ; infor-
mation. ; ,
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bold, furniture, china, etc. Tel.
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from J to 7j
FOR SALE:,-- 5 piece maho-,
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. room. set. In very good condi condition,
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9:00 a.m. to 12:00 and 2:00
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tomatic automatic washer $95.00; 9 piece
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Killed As Liquid :
KOBE. Japan. April 25 (UP)
Eleven shipyard workers were
reported killed today wnen i-j
quid ammonia exploded aboard
a refrigerator, evssel under re
pair near nere. !?,..'; -'
Three other workers were In
Jured in the blast that ripped
tPrn f' th. nwi Moni ar thi for tne chuled reooen reooen-rSSvvH
rSSvvH reooen-rSSvvH 1 I'nR of .the urms talks, but Zorin
Harima shipyyards. Ihori not i-tnrnit vet. Thej-ecess
the refrigeration unit in
i ine vessel belongs io uib
m. i i V- A l
whaling fleet of the Japan
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GIRL CRAZY? Trying to get
a woman off his mind seems a
i tough Job for this nightmarish
figure in a surrealistic on paint painting
ing painting exhibited In Antwerp, Bel Belgium,
gium, Belgium, 'by Dutch painter Johan
Koopmans. He calls It "Life
Without Issue" and says it por
trays a couple tired of each
;other but hopelessly bound.
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The 1 best dinners and drinks
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" VIENNA. April 25 (UP) Sov Soviet,
iet, Soviet, Denutv Premier Anastas I.
Mikoyan told Austrian officials
today that Russia retarded A A-merica's
merica's A-merica's latest disarmament
nlan as a "Dositlve but lnsuffi
clent" step toward asrreement. it
was reported here
Informed sources said Miko Mikoyan
yan Mikoyan gave the first firm indica indication
tion indication of Russia's attitude toward
the plan during a conference
with Chancellor Julius Raab.
The Russian official was here to
discuss trade arrangements with
Austria, 1 ,
The new U.S. plan was Intro Introduced
duced Introduced by Harold E. Stassen at
the Big Five Disarmament Con Conference
ference Conference in London. Stassen and
Russia's Deputy Foreifrn Minis Minister
ter Minister Valerian A. Zorin flew home
during an Easter week end recess
in the talks to discuss the situ situation
ation situation with -leaders of their re respective
spective respective governments.
' otiifiacii was uatu in uuuuuu
was extended at least until to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow in the expectation that
he would be back.
The unprecedented return
home w' tnid-conference of the
two most, influential delegates
had. stirred hope amonp their
British, Canadian and .Trench
colleagues that genuine progress
toward disarmament might be in
prospect after 11 fruitless years.,
: The American plan is intended
as the first step toward eventual
total disarmament. It calls Tor:
A world-wide halt in A-bomb
and Hbomb production March
1, or as soon after that as sci scientists
entists scientists could agree on a method
of inspection to insure that pro production
duction production had ceased. Tha world's
atomic powers would retain their
weapons stockpiles for the time
be'ng. 'i ;r-.v.;-'-. v -.k -i
"Mothballine" of 25 per cent
of the world's, non-atomic wea
pons. -....:- ... ,'-,z?y:-'i"'
- Establishment .ror an vopen
skies" inspection zone on both
sides of the Iron Curtain, cover covering
ing covering most of Western Europe and
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American : Plan
Russia's satellites in the East hut
barelv touching Russia dtself.
It was not clear how the sub
ject came up at .'the Mikoyan-J
naao miiks. Ausira, aireaay neu
tralized by. international agree agreement,
ment, agreement, plays no notable part in
the disarmament negotiations. V
"Bubu" is no earth-hugger
The chimpanzee variety star
aspires to higher; things. He
known how to handle a chimp
sized unicycle for quite a while,
but to the amazement of Viggo
Benny, his" owner, "Bubu
leaped on Vigjo's man-sized
cycle backstage at a Hamburg,
Germany, theater, and handled
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XJaTy carrier USS Leyte,
of Marine Corps helicopte landed troops yesterday behind enemy positions nearOatun Dam In- their demons
TANKS, JEEPS and cranes roll out of the landing craft as It hits Red Beach In the second phase of Carib-Ex beach landing v
envelopment" tactics. As soon as each" group of copters disgorged its troops., they flew back Ao the i i
fc, Its floating base, to bring in mor marines.' ,A N V 1 : r '
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PANAMA'S PRESIDENT Ernest d 1 GuardlW Jr., was one of the dUtlngulshed observers
--who witnessed theA;arlb-E demonstration yeUerday. Here he is shown (center)-with Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Commander Lt (jen. Robert M. Montagut. ; ,,.
Fuerza y Lux Host to Delegates of Accounting
. Seminar Which Opens Here Next Monday
(PA-C) The Fuerza. y Luz
Company will be host to 33 ac accountants
countants accountants and executive from
ight Latin American Countries
and the United States, repre repre-enting
enting repre-enting the associated com companies
panies companies of the American -and
Foreign Power Company group,
when they assemble at the El
Panama Hotel next Monday,' to
begin a five day accounting
Henry B. Bargent, president
cf the American and Foreign
Power.' Company, New York
Cltv. heads the list of distln
gulshed visitors who will address
This seminar, the first of Its
kind to be held for account accountants
ants accountants and executives of the as associated
sociated associated companies, will cover
a broad field of modern utility
company accounting methods,
including: procedures and prac practices
tices practices designed to provide cus customers
tomers customers with faster, more ef efficient
ficient efficient and more courteous ap application,
plication, application, billing and jeollectlon
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Girls 10, Boys 5
f: Tb winning Bmber
, C e Rafne ef ibt lUleijh
r' ta 9ZZZ. The bolder
- Tifkft n7 claim it!
Tb girls outnumbered tbe boys
two to one at uorgai Hoipt.al Uus
According to tbe reguiir hospt-
Ul report 10 girls, nd uve boys
were war duiig the wee end ending
ing ending Monday at midnight. Daring
the same period 167 patients were
.admitted sod 179 were discharged.
The names and addresses of tbe
parents of tbe girl babies follow
Pfc. and Mrs. V. H. Mabrer, of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Lee. of Gambo : Mr. and Mrs. J
S. Yard, of Panama City- Mr. and
i Mrs. K. A. Mcusm, of Las Cum
bres; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Webb, of
Fort Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Berxef. Psnam City: Dr and Mrs
Berger, of Panama City; Dr. and
Mrs. I. M. Kohl, of Ancon: Dr.
'and. Mrs. R. B. Stewart, of An Ancon;
con; Ancon; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Montgo Montgomery,
mery, Montgomery, of Emj Hato; and Mr. and
.Mrs. J. li. McrtaDD. of ranama.
I Jkys were boia to the following
( -nA Un karfn J
Fi-. of Panama City; Mr. and uation was comoarable to what
Mr Vi'illiam Conner, ef CoiU; would occur la other countries
Sfc. snd Mrs. T. 1. Carr," of Fort when a oartv uit a coalition
Kobbe: IX. and Mrs. M. Nivee,!rorerr;rrent learlnc ether mem
nt Fort Kobbe: Sfe. and Mrs. R.:rrs cf the coalition no altenia altenia-C.
C. altenia-C. Lirdquist, cf Fort Clij-toa. H;- but to resien toa
3 Council Members
Resign In Haiti;
"PftRT An PRINCE. Haiti, April
2 riTPi ThreR members of the
eleven-man toecutlve Council tl
Government walked out toaay
and there were strong .indica .indications
tions .indications that their action 11 might
hrinff another Dolitical crisis to
this Caribbean Island republic.
Th Executive Council has
been grove mine Haiti since April
8. it was InsUUed after, the
three residents-Haiti had had
since last December were unable
to establish a working aaminis
" The members of the Executive
Council were chosen by the five
leading candidates who aspire to
the presidency of Haiti in popu popular
lar popular elections first set tor April
28 and postponed by tne Execu Executive
tive Executive Council until June It.
The three council members
who walked out were Antolne
Pierre PauL secretary of state
for the presidency: lUlfort
Beauvoir. secretary for forelcn
affairs, and Theodore Nlcoleau,
secretary lor public woru.
All three were thosen by pres
idential candidate Dr. Francois
Duvaller Francs Bylrsln. the
last of Haiti's three recent nrov
isional presidenta. was forced to
resien after other candidates ac
cused him of favoring Duvaaer.
The reslimatlon of the eight
remaining members or the sxec sxec-utiTe
utiTe sxec-utiTe Council appeared to be a
distinct DOMlbllttv. in which case
the country would face another
major crisis. J
Political observers said the stf
PCLLIKG OUT the rope from one of the tankers, Infantrymen1
' t 1
THIS ATOM BLAST went off Just. before a wave of Marine-
Corps helicopters landed behind enemy lines near uauun uam.
: . J it
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SEVERAL JEEPS got struck In the mud after hitting the shore
at Red Beach! Here infantrymen from the 8th Marine Regi Regi-,
, Regi-, mental' Landing Team strain to free onrof the Jeeps. J t .-
''' t (U.S. Armed Forces Photo)
Oh Safe Hdndlinq
Of Nuclear A rms
MERCURY. Se.. Anrll n (rn
A new: series -of .safety tests in
owiso nu nanaung or nu
clear weaDons ws tariu.t.
th,e Atomic Energy -Commission
announced. : ; i ;'..
The AEC said, the first test la
the 1957' series was; "successful,"
but declined to elaborate; The test
Was held in a remnt lertinn nf
the Nevada test it.
BUrt bf. the tests ;wa delaved
two weeks because of tiad
.During a similar series of tests
more- than a -year seo an evnlrw
sion .was touched off in the vici-i
nity ot. stored nuclear weapons.
First US Vessel-;
Clears Suez Canal
rSince Invasion I J
PORT-SAID, Egypt,-April 3J
(UP) The first American ship I
to enter' tho Sues Canal sine
the Anolo-Fronch invasion last
Octobor ompltd ; its voyage
through tho 101 mile ; waterway i
nd headed toward ; Europe to-f
The r ',1774011 American PreSl :
Ident Lino cargo ship President
Jackson ciearoa the canal lost J
night and steamed directly intoi
tho Mediterranean fop- Naples, I
OUT SHE ROLLS. . While the landing craft pulls up on the
beach the massive door- falls, open and. equipment : begins
- tO move Out.; . -. .-
Ike iAsIcs Congress
For Laws To Stop
AUGUSTA. Ga.. April fUP)
President Elsenhower, after a
conference here with Secretary
of Labor James P. Mitcneu. can caned
ed caned m rvinBTess today for new
legislation, to eliminate labor
The President called racketeer racketeering
ing racketeering In the labor movement "an
abomination which must be
"We don't want to do anything
Best Work Of 832 Latin American Students
Goes On Display Saturday In Rpihbov City
Hundreds of exhibits! represent
ing the best work produced dur
ing the summer recreation pro
gram by Latm American elemen
tary and secondary school stud students,
ents, students, will be placed on display Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon from 2 to o'
clock la the Rainbow City gym gym-aasium.
aasium. gym-aasium. -.
Tbe general exhibit brines b 1
rloke an extensive summer. re recreation
creation recreation program ia which 832
students from fire Latin Ameri
can communities participated.
To be exhibited Saturday are
S4tiplei of arts snd ersfts lau;M
by volunteers in the various towns
dtnng regular classes held sev
eral times each week. Tfcer will
ncluoe such art.fh s as jetrcl rx-
that will hamper the American, made of ci'ar boxes and toth
picks; piggy banks of Utu paper
nd riaster: corssces made ot
p.pe cleaners; end Cgurioes ski'd-
uuy tashioned rro wire.
IN chiWron. oil of
came from fhe ftr e tho ehrh
ffraoos, took on active Interest
in tho work end some even ere ere-otal
otal ere-otal designs of their own. ac according
cording according to Mr. Inei McKemie,
4 Paraiso, who h boon coor-
t lnvoirtni! rocroottoo program for two oast
i.w mnvpmmt in Its leeltimate
obJecUve," Mitchell said after
talking with the president. :
-But we do want to h
dean up Its own house, Mitchell
added. ... I
The fecretsry's- conference
with the Prefect ca Dew an4-
rai-keteerirff k: 'at:-?n rtemmed
when all of the work, completed
was placed on display in La Bo Boca,
ca, Boca, Paraiso and Rainbow City
schools. The displsy at Santa Crux
will be held Friday from 2 to
p.m. at the school. , v-
During the final exhibit, the best
work was chosen for display it
the Rainbow City gymnasium Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. : -j j '-. 1
Extra coaches will bo added to
the morning tram to accomodate
those from the Pacific side who
sish to attend the exhibition, and
during the day children will be
served light refreshments, if ,wa
announced by .Mrs.: McKenzie.' ...
The general public is also tor
diiUy invited to attend. .-
Weather Or riot
This weather report tor the
tl hours ending S a.m. today,
is prepared by tne Meteorolo-
rtcal and Hydro graph t e
Branch of tho Panama Canal
' Balboa Cristobal
TEMPER ATTRE : ' :
Teenagers To Get
8 Cane Strokes
For Car Stealing
ADELAIDE, Australia, April
25 tUP A local ma equate itivd:
today ordered tbe fathers of (mx. mph) KW-H
two teenagred car thieves to pun-;RAlN (inches) v T
Uh the bo vi with eight strcteesf
rJ o. ran ty. hm rfrr.iil'jrtered In'.nATrR TTMF.:
the presence of a pouceman.
Ms citrate J. Scales pronounc
ed tr.e unusual sentenre alter
the born, ii sM 17. r-e con-
IS sH time to sa e-i ? 43 csri In tr.e y
(inner harbors) 7T
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