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

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NIKE, guided missile at
static display held at Ft. Kob-.
be yesterday as part ol fcxer fcxer-else
else fcxer-else ,Caro-Ex. Though not yet

'M!y r
FINANCE MINISTRY inspext inspext-Srs
Srs inspext-Srs and detectives fnmvPana fnmvPana-na
na fnmvPana-na City were arrested id man manhandled
handled manhandled by members o Ma-,
ional Guard during a raid on a
ambUnK den la the cUS of Co Coon.
on. Coon. El Dia. reported today.
1 The tabloid Said during a raid
n a billiard, saloon where the
ustomers were gambling Colon
"lice chief Mai- Pastor J
oeared on the scene ana or or-d
d or-d the arrest ol the Panama
in.nortnn and detectives.
Chey were later released after
.lamos cnecneu"vu "1 Uooi.
?.r saturnmo r wreo v
fauarters here. C 'A
floret reportedly told Rm0'-
that if aamoiing m iwuiui;.
: : the- national Guard
Should cooperate .with
Treasury inspectors. :
the
.7 :
i.
Presideht Ernesto de U Guar-
iia Jr. wauKurneu "".r
!. .mt omeress of Munlci-
.ioHtiP, at Santiago.. Veraguas,
. hortiy Deiore nw" v
la beine attend
j i.nn rtwipcrates. including
PCI UJ www
pnuntilmeru municipal
treasurers and provincjat. audit-
fnrpfimprs who fraudu
ntl? obtained Panamanian cit cit-nntwr
nntwr cit-nntwr "were arrested
vesterday by the Panama Secret
Police. -. . .
1 Among' those arrested are Vio-v-t
Mary Smith Chilcott. Glad Gladstone
stone Gladstone Silvestre James, Walter
'ueust Pinder. Kenneth" taw-j
ence Carter, r.iodu'Jo Palacios;
and Alcides Brief no Archlbold.
I one ol the men under arrest'
't said to have obtained hi ced-
ula with the rrs nUtion ol a
certificate certifying that he
was baptixed bef ore he was born.
'
El Dia also reported today a
conflict between President de
la Cnardia and the Permanent,
legislative Committee ever,
the vamire r? t :rrpe-ajrs in introduced
troduced introduced ty tt.e r;f f.lf P0B ;
er. ,':'
Accord.,
ia Ou
'-nod a.i
1 r
to i. ? tibiold. Mr
i returned vin-
L-t ration bills
' i
? President
rrpptire

Vx

";K v n-,, Robert M. Montague. Commander in cnier,
. IbbarT cfmma to board a lan which took them and the
Adrnirars party to Rio Hato for the final phase of Carib-Bt

Jacob Al bam : ;.
Pleads Guilty' ;
To Spy Charges V
NEW YORK, April 58 (TJP)
Jacob Albam: one of three per-
gons arrested on charges of spv-
Ing for

Rusaat pleaded guUy;Juan Fernsndet, feat been ,hot

today.
iiimm M nle.ded tullrvspe-'

a-proved byfciHcally to a char?e he con5pir
substantial ed to obtain national defend
. ; secrets for transmission toRas-;

asa. -
. -..."''.
A t!l A 11TI On .spying

4 1

Rio Halo thls'mornWl.OOO paratroopers Tiled out
pwa. hvMeJendez) v v :

n. brol'e over

.lemy Photo by'MeJendej)

Spain's Mountain
Robin Hood1 Dies
Fiqh ting Raiders
SAKTANDER, Spain, April 281
a'P) Spain's "R b i a Hood.
and killed by civil gua-dsmeB in
"id o his mountsta hideut.i
.pol,c announced today.
, .u
Fernandei, stole-from Oie
rich to jive to the poor, died fignt fignt-t
t fignt-t i:h a uhm chine gun In his
unr
VrZ, at the foot of
the

Sixth F IpekSfagesi!
ShXif US Power

- WASHINGTON, April 26 (UP)
The United States today stag-j
ed a show of military na aipio-
matic force; in; hopes or avers avers-lng
lng avers-lng armajorMJonflict In, Jordan
that could draw this country In
to a Mid-East war-'
As the Dowerlul Dv B. 8am
Fleet steamed under secret or
ders toward the eastern -Mediterranean,
ureent diplomatic
warnings were sent to Israel and
Arab countries not to capitalize
on Jordan' Internal throes,'
Long standing I American,
team that Jordan's neighoors
might try to carta up the tiny.
Mid-East kingdom in event of
its internal breakup, were re revived
vived revived by the Jordan govern'
menf crisis and maneuverings
of Syria, Egypt and other Mid Mid-East
East Mid-East nations,
Although the Sixth Fleet" Is
one of the most powerful afloat,
equipped with ; ultra modem
weapons and presumably atomic
arms.r its movement does not
Imply U.S. armed involvement
In the Mid-East, Rather, officials
said, It u being sent as a "calm "calming"
ing" "calming" Influence and to evacuate
US citizens from the area If
necessary. ''-':
Leaders oi Congress were plac
ed on stand-by notice that they
would be summoned quickly if
the Jordan situation worsened.
Democrats and Republicans who
conferred with Secretary of
Balboa Soaked
In Yesterday's
Downpour
The Balboa area got its first
real wetting of the year yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon vhen 11 Inches
SnJSA3
between 3:48 and 5:35 o clock.
Streets were floodel and heavy
afternon traulc was delayed by
the downpour which was the
first heavy rain since January,
and the second measurable rain rainfall
fall rainfall since April 15 when,. 44 of
an inch fell.
The storm was of a local na nature,
ture, nature, however, as no rainfall was
reported on the Atlantic side of
the Isthmus and only .10 of an
Inch fell at the weather station
at Chico. where heavy rains are

of planes, floated down onto
.

StaU John Foster' Dulles, at the
State Department' yesterday, or
by telephone at their 'i homes,
were told there la, "no alarm as
of now" thaHarge-scale fight
ing wlU -break out in tne Mia-
Adm;'. Arthur "W. Radford,
chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
staff. ft on a. three-week fly
ing tour Ol' LiSun America ; woi,
night saying as he departed,
"Normally I would not leave u
things.', were very, very serious."
But Sen .Mike Mansneia. iu-
Uont.i; the actins Senate Demo
eratu- lender, said In a erave and
carefully-worded statement wiatj
events 4 are. "building up to,, a
showdown in Jordan" and "it is
quite possible that this country
win Decome invoivru 11 creuw
are not brought under control."
- . All the tngreaienis or a
major war are incorporated
into the -Middle tost arta," he
said. r- .' ':
Congressional leaders s a 1 d
handling-of'- the delicate 1. VS.
role In the crisis is up to Presi
dent Eisenhower and his advis advisers,
ers, advisers, -'a ,:-,.-,- v. ; f
Sen Theodore Francis oreen
(D-R.I.). chairman of the- Sen
ate Foreign Relations Commit Committee
tee Committee who lis spending the Easter,
congressional recess at his home
in Providence. R.L. said as far
as he knew tne aixtn neei
movement was merely precau
tionary.:,;. :. ;
,..', .I,.' i '.' 1,
.Wpter Hose :
" Triggers; ;
Free-For-AII
NEW ORLEANS. April 26
UP) A runaway water nose,
has caused short tempers, a'
water fitrht and a free-for-all
at New- Orleans. Police said the
Parted when
I ...H.nt ifi
a service
station attendant left his water
hose rnnnn to wat on a cuH
tomer. The hose began weaving
like a snake spraying a pass-
In attorney, and his female
pnmnaninn .
Th attorney got wet, then
mad. He sprayed the attendant
and
accidentally snowerea a
customer. The customer lost his
temper and hashed the attorney!
in the eye. Then tne woman
ini.. in ah thr wound 11 D

ivvv vivm ui iau i icjiu,
I'lW:;; '. v y. ' .v'.-
B ig E xe rc i se W ea r e n d
fLS!:' V 0 ,' H .r-
Exercise Carib-Ex jumped, boomed, whistled, crackled and coffeed'
to a climax at Rio Hato today. ; v. :;:,y,, y;
, On hand to see it all, was Adm. Arthur Wi Radford, chairmauof the
joint chiefs of staff, who said he-did not believe the ro

Adoption of more moderrt" equipment and techniques for tb defense of
the "Panama Canal. V, X ..

tiSrlii?idn!g' "5P"a".4J "P01 refusal la August to permit
the establishment of Nike guided missile sites in republic W-ss to -ment.wDnejfltratetetween'the
wo-cour.;i,.'. ., r

:- Highlight of today's operations was rh dropping of

perfect conditions.. Most $enous,casualty was one suspected broken leg
FlyineJ:;int.thevimrovised grass airstrip marked out by the paratroopers, C C-123s
123s C-123s bumped m and out of the area like chivas, bringing in 6 further 1000 men
ana heavy equipment. i
j 's;:..- t rv '," a'-':: "".' '.-:-
; The Super-Sabree from Foster Air Force Base. Tax, whir a a.-.j,U:

of Car lb-Ex proved not only supersonic but faster than light w no one even s aw
them-, slowed down enough o be; visible as they came barrelling over thi battle,
ground today in a few brief minutes of action to climax another 4000-mile non-stoo

fighter, sortie.

They are the fastest aircraft ever seen

Today's battle aimed at clear.
lng the aggressor' forces from
tneir defensive positions at Rio
Hato in time for all hands to
have their regular weekend off.
First action on the battle
ground : occurred Immediately
followingxthe arrival of the bus busloads
loads busloads of official observers. Those
who had scent over much of the
night observing Exercise Carib Carib-X2$X
X2$X Carib-X2$X headed for the black cof coffee
fee coffee which was provided In abun abundance
dance abundance near .the bleachers.
As j visibility returned to nor
malthe sleek, black B-57s of the
405th Fighter bomber wing,
Laneley AFB. Virginia, came
Sweeping In at low level on sim
ulated stranng ana rocicet runs.
Then two more Canberras,
using the over-the-shoulder tac tactical
tical tactical A-bombine technlaue. add
ed some agitated atoms to the
Aggressor force's problems.
' This erer-the-shoulder pitch pitching
ing pitching techniqoe achieves about
the same trajectory as that a-
ehleyed by the pitcher of a
grf's baseball team whose gir-
die pinches as she throws ber
sinker oops and over.
With the 3-57's flew a photo photo-reconnaissance
reconnaissance photo-reconnaissance Thounderflash,
recording their good work.
There is a chance a few of the
negatives are reversed, as the
Thunder flash was upside down
some of the time.
Then, after an Air Force team
had dropped to mark the Drop
Zone, 20. Flying Boxcars brought
the paratroopers over at about
1000 feet.
In perfect weather conditions
no wind and brilliant sunshine
these topline fighting soldiers
tumbled irom tneir pianes tast taster
er taster than ., the Administration
Buildine empties at knock-off
time. : -,
A few ef-them had to open
their emerrency chutes. At
leait two fell fast with tan tangle
gle tangle ehntes. Bat only six ef the
tnurh, hard-trained jampers
of the Second Battalion com combat
bat combat teim of (be 325th Airborne
Infantry, 82nd Airborne Divi Division,
sion, Division, fetched u at the first aid
peat.
Paratrooo officers first re-
ports were mat ou ior tne su
pectd broken ..leg, there wM
r.m . A
nothing worse than sprains.
TV. mntmniwra fanned out,
The paratroopers fanned out,
to clear the drop zone of enemvj

to clear the drop zone oi ne. e dVnta as well as visitors.. S. market basket total value (or
"?S7?i"lThe6r Oaritre-IH month of March, but tt.l

out .for more coffee nd ouen-
nuta. pending the airdr oc irt :ttel
heavy supplies for the men oi
'..- I ,i . nvartima

out for more coffee and dough

or not 8een

motto, maybe:
We Chute to
sou.")
Fourteen were injured during
the jump. Apparently none was
seriously hurt, but this could
not be determined until" medical
reports are received from Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital where they were
taken.
Shortly more Flying Boxcars
were overhead, and hardware
was crashing out of them on
king-size, non-filtered cargo
Sarachutes. Jeeps, trucks,.' guns
lumped down on to the battle battleground.
ground. battleground. Paratroops were speeding to

US Raters Asked To Aid
In Beautifying CZ Towns ;

Th cooperation of the U. S-,
Civic Councils In promoting
nrneram of beautification in the
Canal Zone towns was suggeSV
ed by Gov. W. E. Potter during
an executive conference with
representatives of the U.S. Civic
Councils neiQ weuiicsuajr
noon at Balboa Heignts.
The Oovernor snoke of
the
need for' playgrounds, parks and
inndscanine the most promi
nent streets in the Canal Zone
communities. He asxea mat wic
residents assist ail tney cuuiq
in developing a sense of civic
pride, especially among ue
children.,
The subject arose wne j.
C RandalL chief of the Hew
ing and Grounds Division, re 4
sorted on Dlans U beautify
Barnebey Street In Balboa by
planting shrubs and, trees near
the four-family concrete quar quarters.
ters. quarters. Little Interest In the prel prelect
ect prelect had been displayed by the
res'dents. he said.
Among other
civic projects
haim, cnnaiiiprH th Governor

said are ine'painuiur mc-' "s
houses on the Prado In Balboa! and motor bikes In the Canal
and possible playground In Zone: the announcement that a
the BalboaFlata area.'- !.t,Qr, PTron hj;
i ..j nnA trat Flshbowl area had teen selected

I 1 KUU KUU 4 1V V.
0arden which is "the
'thSSirS canal
"7 Droved and de-
Z,One COUia DC unyrvTcu
- o t mtrert to.

- yj durthe fiiure wacstUI 5J lower
waled "'"'.on than the first pricing In October
mg tne receu nrj .bw
mnnt.hu. 1K3.

about IDOO narnfronnrr.

on hr Isthmus.
ready them for battle whea a
bunch of aggressor troops pop popped
ped popped out of the brush right by the
official bleachers, of all places.
The, paratroopers were equal
to the occasion. A brisk smallf
arms skirmish followed in which
no contestant took any cover
which would have Inconsider Inconsiderately
ately Inconsiderately removed him from the
view of the distinguished guests.
In full realization of the
' prize they were defending the
paratroops fought with such
resolution that not an era ef
- (Continued on Page 11)
A suggestion made by H. F
ajjenner, president of the Gam
boa Council, that efforts be
made to bring in fresh fruit and
vegetables from the United
States by air, met with the ap approval
proval approval of the Governor, who
said that he was willing to try
any plan for the Improvement
of service in the Canal Zone
Commissaries.
In this connection, he said
that a new method of pur-
chasing men's and women's
clothing was being tested and
that the resnlta would appear
in the commissar es in the
near future, -
During the meeting,' Hugh A,
N orris, Panama Canal econo
mist, gave an explanation of the
new price index which is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to go Into use beginning
next month. The index Is set up
on the same basis as the month monthly
ly monthly index put out by. the Labor
Department In Washington.
Among other subjects dis discussed
cussed discussed at the meeting was a
decision not to raise from 18 to
IS the minimum age for llcens-
... ...
and wort would oepin May s,
- The representatives were In-
formed that there had been a
w i i m .w- .1
slight Increase of J 1-02 In the U.

' to t:scuM-ch-src. h1 r:ded euty
'pril 13 to tr.e charge.

in i ail. ---' the 82ad- Airborne. (Wartime months.

l Tek of Europe'.
a common occurrence.



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; THIS IS YOUR FORUM WtHt READERS OWN COLUMN

im man Box M an op rorum or readers or in Panama American,
letters 'are received gratefully and are handled In a wholly confidential
manner, : '. i
: 'it you contribute, a letter don't be impatient if It docin't appear the
ajext t,ay. Letters art published, in the order received.
Plaate try to keep she Fetters limited to one page length.
Identity of letter Writer is -held in etrleteat confidence.
- This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements or opinions
expressed in letters from readers. ... ''

! THE MAIL BOX

I DEATH ON VAN HOOK ROAD V;
Sir: .. i?rW
I ftn riart.erl imnetuouslv from .the : eurh tn die under 'the

f! wheels of a truck. No ambulance came; no siren screamed; no

' police photograpmng, measuring ana questioning; tor;, nc was
t'J.t a. dog. But was he any more impetuous than many of ; the
mall children who live and play in -this residential area?.-
i This accident may be considered Unavoidable and not the
if fault of the driver. Nevertheless a death ;did .occur: U this
' Ji a warning? Does IV- foretell the coming of ambulance,, alren,
! If camera and measuring UtVh.frf.i!r'.i
t If all drivers will follow the; example of the .Military Sea

Labor News

And

(Comment

By VICTOIt RIESEL.

The crusade has been fouuht fnr

over a year, now by ., sman army
of investigators, yet its leaders
SiBhs wearilv that ha. n-nt

that the opposing forees of labor
racketeers are so vast you just
ean't count them.

When you vm th immoi

ator John McClUan for a figure'
he replies -slow! and deliberately.
With the admonition that his- is a

vuuoci cuiivc he jiu. ne sava von

tun put 11 ai a thousand crooked
men, depending on how far down
the echelons you want to go. In Include
clude Include local business sgents, and

me ngure spurts astronomically.

AS Congress banked its hnnnot.

for the Esater holidays, s i asked

aen.Aicueuan,; chairman of the
Senate Special r Select Committee

on laDor and management hui

just how manv. cranked nttMaU

mey xaa uncovered; how 'much

money was Deuii looted: how wide-

spread it all was based on what

Transportation service people wno proceea in aecuna rchi has been uncovered hv hli pniin
atrlctly 1C .miles per houor less, I ama

never come to Van Hook Road, Fifteenth Naval District resl-
f H ripnt.lal area. ' .

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Fordham D. Tabor

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Sir:

The San Antonio eugie oiuu kww un

hadn't finished my travels ana waniea wbi-
11 Tornados end rains set me back and the weather man says they
ji favVtorlyeind ralnsthe Manhandle 2
some closl to home. Four inches; of rain at Cotunabrought the
" Kdv orflovinr Nueces rlver-reftllv to town, -and caused the
V. to take to th taU : timber.' Sh hit the pronnrt at the
I. ?K of Arteslp, cutting a path a mile wide but missing the
- populated Part of the coimtry ; hftV, filled tne

Heavy rains irora .-rfi wit.h

hired and the; probers. : borrowed
from the Justice Dent., the Tree.

sury wept, ana me, U.5. General

Accuunung umce it

.Wlh this evidence before; him,

uie fenaior repnea in careiuiiy
measured estimates: -;

ficials you would not be far from

wrong to place the fiiure at 1.000.

We can talk of the 'gyp'! -tlie

use. pi union mnds tor personal

and non-union purposes in' th

scores of millions of dollars and
tbat would be conservative. This
money comes from unethical, and

illegal use of union dues and sne

' lake and the radio says nothing of what they are doing with cUi assessments as well ai;wel ai;wel-i!
i! ai;wel-i! the overflow, irrigation may be able to take it, but I dhubt it. fare and pension funds." 1

Ji just received notice of tt.df.tt of CTlon Eloy Al aro and

m t nu via hV)n i KnniiPTP niiiaci xxasvait

""heartfelt sympathy to the families of both. tV
hearty PreJrn here t d half years agohave Just

heard the first .kick tr.wXZ

They need snnshine, and plenty of it. Just heard ge"n
loBt. niirhfR riamaere: It's heavy, with several

Sed'and one missing he says it roy

today and tonight and heaviest around Dallas and Ft.

-Dallas already has naa ner snare.
A reported 36.000 persons have been looking for a $1,000
A -WU planted in Brackenridge Park. It was found .across the
I street by an 18-year-old boy.-
t Have received The Panama American up to March 30 anq
In S"iM t bunch of the best news hounds on
Z earth, the 29th issue, carrying the story-of a repent trip of

our sick President, reached me tne same aay vnnia-e
hae looked up everything I can find about ouf 33 Presl-LehtV?n

Another member of the Senate

committee estimated that fully 25
Ser cent of the nation's local lin lining
ing lining are sheltering corrupt offi officials.
cials. officials. He was appalled bv the vast

scope of problem and mused
about bavin to "soend the rest

of our lives digging into all this."

Almost in a groan, he said, "We

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' 1 J" A "L ? tll'tJ H

Postal Foulup
By BOB RUARK

it

wnen it comes toaca ttontog: ife's truVart-time President.
I know who holds the keys to the White House, but can't figure
.Tfiiit- vhv " "'- -'

like the Republicans have just, found out they an
30 much moiey apd don' kno what to do about Jt.
r- i A 1 Vr"" Pop Wright

. LET'S CLEAN HOUSE

see "where pahama ia protesting as to where my Uncle
S pena h money. 1 uonaer at tunes if ranamk aocan't

Sir:

I

1 1 Khniurt

I r..iimr heuot sae ci'ies OUC ,-iOtta Ut 'tuiUi

S couian t lie,-but anyoue with a lime common sen&e snouiu set
ii 'how Kbutiid itenain ncoions aie. ;., ?-,

Panama nas a popuiauou of about 800,000 people, the Cana

( Zone incjualng her armeo xorces na uuouv 4.u,uuut ev aiuiua

ii Is cryinj? tnat tne purcuasmg power ox Uie&e m.mvm peopie it
ii more tnat her 9uu,0uo. Has Manama go; enough meat to oeil t6

the commissarv and still feed her peupie 'rue answer Is "no

tt nv. r nrniro nrVtat T caiH t.rv crtT.1ri(v eflnitarv frQVi meat. In

i the Colon public market. 1
Just last week La Hora stated that meat unfit for human
consumption was being sold in the public market. Well, look
i here "w a i guys, we would prefer to pay twice as much for sani

tary mt.it than to have an epidemic of food poisoning on the
Canal Zone. Instead of protesting about what the US is doing,
first clean your house of highjacking merchants, the sale oi
married chance and correct your sanitary conditions then you
would be able to condemn another. See what you did with the

JJ Post Office rates; you have raised them in less than six months
jt alnce the treaty went into effect. Clean house then talk;

Meat Grinder

X v fi.H.i ..i. mm !.

Xgom mil eseei i i rif.iii
SFRYICE ; v '' "'- i
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QUALITY

SELLS

GALVANIZED STEEL SHEETS

have to get out of this in same

way and turn it over to some new

special board to be created.

"There's the New York are sit situation.
uation. situation. We'll begin hearings on
May 8. We expect they'll run for
four months and while, I can't be

any more specific with you, they'll
cover just the city. LOng Island

Nina tttm- jersey.--vf it ir-Hs;

"This means that we'll be hold

ing- hearings all summer. Some of

us wouia mce to go dbck to tne

oia aays wnen we were Just sen senators."
ators." senators." .;,:;; ';;:

Another ommittee member re

vealed thai the complaints roll in
by the-hundreds a day with

rank and filers now singing
their names and union card num

bers and even photostating them

to prove their membership in j a

union uip.y mmx ia oruiany run
i"Vi,'vtiw;.-f1'

Add to -this the material the
AFL-CIO itself is passing on to the

racier Busang committee. This
comes via' Andy' Biemiller, the
special AFlU CIO legislative re

presentative on The Hill. Some
weeks ago the AFL CIO sent
up the tranciipts of the Ethical
Practices Committee hearings on
the Liquor Union, the Laundry

wrokers and tne Allied industrial

Workers the "little three'

which have een warned to clean

up or get out.

Burdened by all this there is a

sense of entrapment creeping ov

er tne senate committee and

some of it.- members want out.
One committee Senator put it this

way:

"There's Just to much. We can't

go on digging into situations such
as Scran ton. This leads to unions

tied into other union rackets or
to violence and on to collusion

with company officials.

"At least I will tryhto set the

committee to wrap up our find

ings or 1958. Then we should ask

Congress to create some special

Doara to set up rules tor demo

cratic and dean union activity.

We'll have the support of many
national labor officials and. in

fact, they're already asking for

suco a law.

The Senate committee just

cam. go on forever into this wild wilderness.
erness. wilderness. It isnt our job to expose

forever or to sea that some wit

nesses are icdicted and convicted.
We'll get-up ocr findings. We'll
ask for a law. And then the en enforcement
forcement enforcement should be up to the

new board."

That's what the Senators have

under their bonnets this Easter

a special agency to help labor
clean house and let too Senators
go back to senating.

WASHINGTON It is t easily (Should also be bought' and paid bitten postman as 20 times their

numner in first-class letter They

km Hecona-ciass privileges.
. The unstuck throwawav. rirru.

Jars come at- yow at i third claf s

rates. The begging mail, the suck sucker
er sucker mail, the mail-order stuff

shot through' the circuit at reduc

ed rates and reallv vet the ame

postal consideration as an Urgent

xuu-raie note trom a lawyer say

possible for me to send a letter
from ast Africa to New York

and receive an answer in le s s

time than it takes to convey a let letter
ter letter from New York- to Brooklyn;,..

The whole 'postal system foulup

seems more than just a touch wi wily,
ly, wily, especially on an international
basis. The fact that the cost cf

sending letters created a crisis at

all it the kind of stuff our mali

cious friends love especially' ft

a time wnen' we are, pouring mon money,
ey, money, and considerable bad will r ail
over -the 'World.

Postmaster General Arthur E.
Summerfield pulled a week t;ndi

strike because Congress ; h a 1 n't

given him the money to operate
on and thereby he demonstrated
more respect f of our coin than do
our foreign spenders who blow

dough everywhere a billion here,

a halfbulion there; ; y4rmff y4rmff-The
The y4rmff-The postal service hasn'f naa,
reeh raise aineo 1932, and sine
then everything has bounced
..300-fold. We own the only mail
malor service in the worlds I
fluest, that doesn't fetch a profv
it. Wo also own a service that
suspends its major activities o o-ver
ver o-ver the week-end,- Saturday "iV "iV-livery
livery "iV-livery or -not, as against a great
'many other mail services round
the globe. -iV-'-'x
There is no real reason avhv a

mail operation should not be a 24-

hour, seven-day facility the same

as a telephone, or subway deal, it

for on the same terms. We have

been singing tne iicKle nickel

blues a long time, because prices
have risen on the subways, on tel telephone,
ephone, telephone, calls, -on publications, on

miiKsnaKes, cars, not aogs,
clothes, bouses and, for all I know,
marriage licenses. ;.'" .;;
Cal i ns a -i ibutlon to infla inflation
tion inflation if you will, but in terms of

time,, mail still remains the best
communication since the inven

tion of the cleft stick and the na native
tive native runner. It should be bald for

in tne coin of tts wortn. ,A :

The. magazines, for example,

that have raised (theh prices still

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cure and little better than use useless
less useless as a remedy. All the fuss o o-ver
ver o-ver something that never should
have occurred la useless.'-

: Our government -Will send us!

off to die in wars and make us
pay for the privilege, but for some
reason hiking the price of a stamn

ii politically untouchable. Its worst

end-result would be less abuse o.

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WASHINGTON The Mtnnlex

maze of s t a t e m e n t s, Senate

cc-iies, ana aipiomatic n o tes

urea oacK and forth in tha .i nt

the Canadian.- Ambassador's suicide-make
it exfremnlv'riiffittilf tn

I ... '-'J M.UVUAb ,W
nw just who is telling the truth.
Truth in this iasa i niriinnio.

ly important because, it involves
relations with two important na-l
tions: 1, Canada.' nerhnnu n r

iium -vuai ; neignDor; 2, Ireland,

c ftrong inend, to .; which

o.uii -.'.-jvxcLieoa nas just been ap
pointed Ambassadors

McLeod is in charge of the State

icpijiiuieiK onice -which allegedly

v iicaao ul tn nnrn nn f una.

dian Ambassador Norman n.-

result of which some opposition to

"o nyMuuiuiicm HUM unspn irv ira.

lajia. sen.- weuDerger (D.,Ore.)

una aamea wr an investigation. ;
One question is whether McLeod
and his State : Denartmeht Kom.ri.

ty Division have been cooperating

wiiu- me ocnate internal security
subcommittee in conducting a Mc-

v-aiinyHype- wwen-nunt,- ;. ;
In addition. Canada .e h in

that we were meddling inther at.

fairs by trying to decide, whom

sne snouia nave : as Ambassador

to JB-gypt.. t -Xf:
, Just what is the truth? 1
DENIAL NO. 1 Sen. Eastland
of Mississippi denies the above.

Defending his Internal Security
subcommittee on the Senate floor,
be isaidr'--vrtU '-xn'''''.'" r
"There were two hearings held.
They were not' investigations of

Ambassador Norman.; but of oer.

sonnel in our own .State Depart

ment." ..t !iv"fv.?:-i-r".

-THE; TRUTH-" The record does

not bear this Out. It shows that

State Department personnel, name
ly John;sK i Emmerson of the U.S.
Embassy in Beirut, was question questioned
ed questioned for tjie sole purpose of embar embarrassing
rassing embarrassing Ambassador N o r m a n.
Counsel Robert Morris sratuitous-

ly read into the record the 'deroga 'derogatory
tory 'derogatory FBI report against .Norman,
when he ; last saw him, what
fnends he had. whether he ever!

criticized the USA, whether he cri

ticized u.s. policy in the Mideast.

Sen. Jenner (R., Ind.) joined in
41 1 l.li A'-,,-. ...... ..

It was a star chamber' proceed

ing similar to an official finding by
a committee of the British House

of Commons that our Ambassador

to Egypt, Raymond Hare, was. j

wommuiusi. -- u, -.
DENIAL No. 2 The, State De

partment denied that it had ever
OK'd publication of the record on

Ambassador, Norman, claiming on only
ly only the testimony of John Emmer-

son was released, its difficult,
however, to see how the two could
be separated. ... -f.
DENIAL No'S -The Senate

Security ,, subcommittee issued a
statement: "The transcript was
cleared (for publication by the

ate Department.", Later, senat

ors. Withdrew this Statement. -.
THi, TRUTH When the Sena

tors issued 'this statement. Rob

ert Cartwright,-, assistant to Scott

McLeod and acting chief of the
State Department Security Divi Division,
sion, Division, phoned Committee Counsel
Morris to say he was being put an

the spot. Morris was very consol consoling.
ing. consoling. He assured bis friend he was
doing all he could to stop the sub

committee s statement. ?
The statement was then with

drawn, but not stopped. f
Cartwrieht wa with the FBI 21

years; He left the FBI to come to

tne state Department four years

ago, apout tne time cLod ; pe

ls f

came security orrictr. I'.-.
brother of MonsnrnnK

of St. Matthews Cathpf' ; ," ,"-close
close ,"-close friend of both ;, j,' j
Morris, was even n .? 1

the; Senate testimony on Anih
sador Norman was taien
Cartwrisht.

alone. Roderie O'Connor, Deput
Assistant Secretary of state am
the man Secretary h,

DOintpd tn ronls lt.r..j

with-Cartwriglit to the S-nate sit
committee and OK'd the releasr
of Emmerson's testimony, ever
though they must have known hov
difficult it Was to spnarsta tu:.

from other matters pertaining tc
Norman. ;;- .. ..,.

DENIAL No, 4-4; Edgar-' Honv.

er issuea a statement: "The FBI
has not made available to tho .-.

ate Security subcommittee anv r.

ports or files or information pert pert-ammg
ammg pert-ammg to the late Egerton Herbert
Norman." v

THE TRUTH The Senate snh.

committee asked the State Depart
ment then gave it to the Senate
subcommittee.
In the Truman adminictrt;nn

raw. FBI reoorts wen withhau

from. .Congressional committees.
This-rule ended when the frt

files on Harry Dexter "White were
turned over to a Congressional com

miuee vwiin j,: aogar Hoover tes testifying
tifying testifying as one of the witnesses.
DENIAL No. 5 Sah MCatHiM)

defending himself, before the. Sen'
ate. emohasizeri that sn wt.

tuns, wno nad defended Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Norm an,- urged publication

or tne second Senate hearing of
March 21. This was published ev ev-en
en ev-en after the Canadian Government
had protested against publication
of the first report, which was nr.l

ticularty damaging, tried to div-i

en tne Diame to Sen, Watkins.
THE TRUTH Sen. Watkins did
urge publication of the second
hearing over which he had nresirt.

ed and In which he-had tried tn

clear Norman. By that time the
damage was done by insertion ol
the FBI report in the first hearing
of March 12. Sen. Watkins describ-j
ed the FBI report as based on!
"hearsay evidence." j
"Was there any evidence in

your two hour visit with him

(Norman) in Beirut that he was

sympathetic wilt t'.t Comma-

nists? he asked Emmerson.
"None whatever," replied Em Emmerson.
merson. Emmerson. "Absolutely none."

NOTE Final question is how

much Scott McLeod, newly ap

pointed Ambassador to Ireland,
was involved. This will be dealt

with-' in a later column. ; i

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Ccurt Msrtid Slstcd For flCO's Who
Beat Gl For Refusing Illegal Order

vcwtf C A R.SON. Colo.. ADril 28

(UP) -An Army court martial ot

five non commissioned otiicers

charged with assaulting .a private
hscinsa ha refused to obey an il

legal order was recjessed, until to

morrow. xvg-i;,' uM'ii tj.-ih

I.t. Col. firnest D. Oeding, pres

Mr t ni the 10? officer J jury or

aa thi rtMH elter defense' at

tnrnev James ,'. Tarter asked for

mop. tim. herause of "surprise

witnesses the orosccution indicat-

h it wnuM call. Oedina turned

Turter's reauest for two-

week continuance.

' A TRIP TO MIRAFLORfiS LOCKS was included oa the itiner itiner-'
' itiner-' ary of Ben.' J. Allen Frear during Ws visit to the Canal Zone
this week He is shown above, left, with MaJ. Davld H. Smith,
-miUtary assistant toHhe- aovernor.,; Treafi whose hometown is
Dover, Del.,'"; is 'serving his second term in the United States i
'Senate, : He is a member of the Senate fcanjeing and Currency.
District' of Columbia and; Finance committee, ; and vthe Joint
' committees on defense production and internal revenue

' ; taxation (' t

rharcred with simple assault in

the alleeed beating of Pvt. Paniel

rhiiehrirh18. of Chicago, were

Sgta. Billy Bowler, 21, James

Kamage, zi,. -nu v biivuibiwu

F Hardine. zi.. uiauue c

Owens, 21, and Robert Parker, 23.
Sgt. Billy G. Short, 27, of Taylor,
a.1, nii'W trier! nenaratelv on

nt eonsoiracv to commit

assault and battery and maltreat
ment of a soldier.

' Pvt. Daniel. Com' and 5t.
Frtd Simmon f teitifitd before before-the
the before-the recess that they had heard
short order Chuebrieh into th I
"leaning rest" position, a push-,
up stance Illegal under Army
regulations.

Simmons also- said .he' heard

State Of War Ends
Officially Today
Fr Janon 4 Polo rid
WARSAW, 'Poland. April 28 -(UP)
'Poland nfflciallv endd its
st of war with .Tepan todav.
The -speaker of the olisH Par Par-liamept
liamept Par-liamept (SeimV formall" Informe''

THE House tHfit the Council of

State had ratified the accoH for
normalization rel'ion1 with .Ta .Ta-pan
pan .Ta-pan signed in New York Feb. 8.
"Frpm this moment on the war

is finished," speaker tzesiawa

Wycecha said.

Short tell Parker to take the pri private
vate private to a room in the the barracks
and then order Ownes to follow
them in case the private got the
best of .Parker. .. t ... . ,;.
Chuebrieh,' amateur, boxer,
allegedly was whipping Parker in
the barracks when the other four
jumped on him. ( The private was
treated at the base hospital Fri Friday
day Friday for cuts and bruises.
Comer also testified that when
Chuebrieh refused to obey Short's
order the sergeant asked the 100 100-man
man 100-man formation,, "shall : we punish
him or give him a three day
pass."1 '
Short was top non-commissioned
officer of the unit involved bat battery
tery battery C, 60th Field Artillery Bat Battalion.
talion. Battalion. f 0

'Stay Out Of Cuba1
Signs Attributed ;
To Refugee Croup
TAMPA, Fla., April 26-UP)l.
The Cuban consul here said to-
day Cuba "guarantees" the safe safety
ty safety of American tourists and. de deplored
plored deplored the posting of local signs
to the contrary, . U r
' G. Bolivar called placards,
found here In the past few. days,
the work of "the enemy govern government
ment government in Cuba.!' The sighs warn warned
ed warned Americans to stay out of Cu Cuba,
ba, Cuba, ?:,S''f ..f.,ij:r :-f
t i' ; t '
Bolivar said he believes the,
placards -are : originating with
the '26th of July" organization
in Mlemi, a group apparently
composed of Cuban refugees who

nametl the organization after
the date on which Cuban stu students
dents students staged an armed assault In 1

the city of Santiago de Cuba.

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ft'lTH cocktail party at residence tonight
!! Governor and Mrs. William E. Potter have Issued invita invita-t
t invita-t tions to a cocktail party to be held at the Governor's House,
Balboa Heights this evening".
JIJ Amonr the guests who will attend are officials and of of-Official
Official of-Official observers of CARIBEX Exercises and a croup of eon
J rressmen who arrived yesterday for a three-day visit to the ;
?! Isthmus. i

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-Brazilian Ambassador
Enrrtain In Honor
0f Carib-Ex Visitors
,-1 The Ambassador of Brazil in
V Manama, Don Aguinaldo BouUreau
Tragoso and Mrs. Fragoso nter-
? jrained at a dinner at the Embas Embas-;
; Embas-; tjy last evening in honor of the vi-
, aiting Officers of the Brazilian
Army here to attend Exercise Ca-
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t.,
i' American Society
i jrJoldi Barbecue
, : 'At El Panama Pool
. lThr American Society of Pana Pana-ina
ina Pana-ina is holding a barbecue and

;.ffi aports night this evening at the
Cabana Club of the Hotel El Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. There will ne swimming,
dancing, tennis and games. 1 In In-'
' In-' Iuded in the $150 admission
' Will be the supper but drinks will
. fete at the expense of the members.
. his affair is strictly for mem mem-ber
ber mem-ber 'their wives and prospective

members. The time is 7:00 p.m.;

: '?Mr. and Mrs. Aely
f ; Entertain For
The Caster
Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Caslcr
were quests of honor at a cocktail
party given by the Counselor of
the American Embs.ssy R. Austin
. Acly and Mrs. Acly at their borne
Weadesday evening.
The Caslers will be leaving for
Caracas, Venezuela next week.

r i. Amaaor nave received news

irom their son Ted. who will erad.

uate from Harvard this June, that

ne is leaving on the tfravos Cruise
to Chile and will transit the Ca Canal.,
nal., Canal., On the return trin. the shin

will stay here three or four days.

vigm iea a cnance to visit jus
parents,
After the cruise, he will go back
to Norfolk, Va. to be commission commissioned
ed commissioned as an ensign in the US Navy.
Ted. who is majoring is English,

is on a Hailoway NHOTC scholar-;

snip.-

hit sister Allison is comma here

lor tne summer trom the m,ver

say of Rhode Island, where she

is majoring in Dusutess adminis

tration.

.Tjpd Davidson
turning Through Hera
,!Qn BtaVo Cruise
i Mr. And Mrs. Ross Davidson of.

Braniff Guests
Asked To Call
Acceptance

Invited quests to the various so social
cial social events, which Branut interna

tional Airways will nolo, bunday
and Monuay uuring tne visit nere

of a group of distinguished U.S. of

ficials and businessmen on the
pre-inaugural tlight of "Ki Dora

do" are reminaeu 10 call the- bra

niff office at fanauia, 'i-WJi to

confirm their acceptance of uie in

vitation. Guests for the special

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the same number to insure their
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Mikal Lindsay
Fated on Seventh Biithdav
Mr. and Mrsr VVtudell L. Lind-,
sev of Los Rios, C.Z. feted. tfleir

daughter, Mikal Susan, on her

seventh birthday on-Tuesday,- A

pril 23, with a party held at the
JSlks Club in Balboa. Dinner 'was
served, followed oy birthday cake

and ice cream. : color movie car cartoons
toons cartoons were shown for one hour..
Guests attending the party wefe
the Misses. Kathy '.Mitchell, Max
ine Karst, Barbara, and Camille
Rhyne., Mary DaltOa, Dona Ra;h-

geber, Tina Reynolds,- Debbie

Scott, Anne Bowen, iviiy ana
Torchy Chance, Anne Castles, Joh Johanna
anna Johanna Carlsoni Ellen Douglas, An Annie
nie Annie and Becky Powelson, Leslie
Affcltranger,. .and Sandra and
Martha Spinner. Also attending,
were the Masters Paul Karst, Bob Bobby
by Bobby Reynolds, Mark Affeltranger,

Robert inrin ano vavio juuiusey.

Atlantic Bridaa 'i,. '

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Winners of the regular weekly

bridge gamea played last week at
the Margarit Clubhouse wee as
follows, first, .Mrs. Stanley Guest
with Mrs. Gladys Bonzoumet; sec

ond, Mr. Fred Schwartz witn jir.
E. W. Millspaugh; tliird, Mr Ju Ju-i;...
i;... Ju-i;... i k urftfi Mr Wallv Gibson:

.i, Mr. Havden Jones, with

Tur iiiiitis Tieb and fifth. Mrs,

! n Avcock with Mr. Augusto

Kam. ;, ''

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Each aotlea for inelusioa la tfcis
celuma should be submitted ia
typs-writtsn form ana mailed
the boa Number listed daily e e-a
a e-a Otherwisa.", er dallrera

bv hl t the eHiee. Notlemi ef
mcatinas eaaaat e aeeeatad'kf
talaphana. .
Resarve Officers y ;
Will Cenvene j

The Canal Zone Department of
the ReserVe Officers Association
r u,. united States will conduct

its annual convention tomorrow at
1-30 p.mv in the Driftwood Lounge
.i,Lni.,ri rhih. Albrook Air

tw.. i nacti The mncipal order

it v... ;..... t he the selection

of delegates" to the National BOA
Convention Jit Santa; Barbara.,
tsfnnu .Viii' jum 26-29. the elec

tion .and installation ;o PPrt PPrt-ment
ment PPrt-ment -Officers for' the; coming
Sear, and reports on the activities
of the past year.

Four-Year: Chase
Ends "As Police
Nab Missing Con
TAIPEI. Tormosa. April

(UP) Formosa ,polic have
caught an escaped convict after
a four-year chasei
Police spotted Lin Yung-hul in
the public gallery at a court
hearing in the town of Taiwan.
He was sent back to prison.
British Tommies

Hurt By Grenade
CHEDDAR. England, April 26
(UP) Ten British soldiers were
wounded today when a hand
grenade exploded during; exer exercises
cises exercises near here. Five reaulred

hospitalization.

BOTH North and South took

cnances in the bidding1 but the fi

nai contract of four spades was
reasonable one.

. xMorm s taxeout double was very

auuim ia nign earas out it ta

courage 10 aouDie ana 'tnen- raise

your partner with only two trumps

$outh bid two spades freely and

weni, on xo i game witn only one
ace and one jack in his hand. Of

course ne did have a seven card

trump suit.. , v i

South won the second diamond

trick with dummy's ace, entered

his own hand with the ace of

clubs and led the deuce of spades

west piayea tne nine, soutn

weni into a long conference with
himself and finally came up with

a most unusual play, which also

turned out to be the winning one.

He played the three of spades

irom aummy. uasi nad to play

his singleton king whereupon

souui was able to restrict his

trump, losses to two tncks..

While South's nlav was unusual

it was eminently correct and con

stituted a particular, safety play

mat i nave onlv- seen two or three

times in- my 30 years of clay.

: If trumps were goin to break

two-two it did not matter what

card i was. played from t dummy.
The second trump lead would
clear up the. auit.

i't If trumps were going to break
three one with a singleton ace

or king In the East hand, as waj
the case, then this safety play
was essential. -, '- .),.

If West bad held acc-king-nine

oi spaaes ana piayed the, nine,
South's play would have cost him

the contract. If West had actually
made that play South was willing

to pay off., He doubted that any
one would consider playing loW
fro.. that holding with the queen
one .in dummy.--

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mi

Ye can hervo coldeB-browa, tuSr&jtA pas pas-cakes
cakes pas-cakes whenever you wast tbera wtm that A ant
Jemima paaeak mix is packed hi thenars? kr kr-InetieaSy
InetieaSy kr-InetieaSy aaaM tin! Ia the tia, Amrt Jecsima
keeps fresh imkfinUdr. It's always par sd
uy't so rou tti kef a supply handy aH the tiast.

WONPERfUt ENJOTMIKT

fThatever tbe ioe Sooday saeremg brwHaars, bolidayB,
' of "attack tunas" and especially oa Friday aarf ether snaaUaas
4laya during the year, yon vholo tamOy.wul enjoy a apedai
. treat with Aunt Jemima pancakes. So quick and easy aka
' . M appetixiflf and fhiffy-lietit every tMael-
Buy a tip f Aunt Jemina paaeake mis today Wp rearadf
to GOOD eattnfl : 7 v .-'.

AS

PICNIC TIMEI

Any er T miaat decide tm
take your lunch into the woods
after h tons; drive. Ewyone
wiB be ravenously hungry.
Don't target paper cups, paper
dishes, oapkins. plates and
Ublacovus. Keep a stock of
packaged Dixies oa hand at

Available at all supermarket

BOY; Got a second cup
.there, aaaybe?
CrRL:iroffortaia
; coffee, doo t yoaT
BOYl Ditfereat. some some-"
" some-" how. "1 -v
EIRL li th,t ia
r etaet cef f e
- Bordea'a "Rich
Reast". Dttptr
coffee flavor.
Bfjf faiu the spot Abb,
thanks!

CARD PARTY WILL HELP THEM Children of the Asllo-'de la Infancla and nuns of the
the Inter-American Women's Club who are organizing a card party to be held May 7 from
Officers' Open Mess.

institution pose with members tf
1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Amador

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Cut'
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Miff eft

Boy-Into Man Is
Puzzling Stags

SSGT. JUAN VILA .will play at the Inter-Service parade of
. a Talent at the USO-YMCA tonight.

Sis

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ENTERTAINMENT

EL PANAMA

think of one when you think of v.
the other. .ENJOY yourself at EL PANAMA,
it's cheaper thui you think!

DANCING NIGHTLY
. -. irr the
.-, air-conditioned
,BeIla Vista Roam :
to the music of
CLARENCE MARTIN'S
. Orchestral
with

hilarious entertaining acts by,: "j,
THE GUTTENBERG TRIO
-. 4 "-.';
Pinky, Hilda and Joey, en international team
of mad musicians who'll drive your blues aw&y
v at 9 and 11 p.m. Friday'and Saturday r
' (Sunday through Thurs. 10 p.m, only) ;
' No cover no minimum charge. ;v

OUR DELICIOUS, DELIGHTFUL
SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE
once again in the Balboa Room
11:30 a.m. to 3:30 pan.. Choice of ;
complimentary cockt&JI, music by s

Frank ie Aicarraga
and his Trio Special
-show by the
GUTTENBERG TRIO

Call Ttiaitre dbetel '
3-1C60, or. reservations

A

Xirkebv-Hotel

LIKE weeds -in the garden he

seems to stow overnicbt. Every

day he looks a' little taller than

the day before. r

One day you notice with a start

that bis boy's face is changing in

to tne lace of a man. Tne eyes
. A 1. xi l- i T i

seeiit vi ue get laruier uacis, j me

nose is a real nos?, no longer a

pug, the jawbone has a sharp,
clean-cut look, the skin over the
cheeks looks tightly drawn, the
chin juts out, i
Things that' once, didn't matter
to him are now important. The
front page of the newspaper, news
broadcasts, ; hot -1 rod .magazines.
Shirts suddenly have to have col collars
lars collars that button down in the back.
'Only one barber in town, he
claims,' knows how to eive a pro

per haircut that is almost scalp

ing, but not quite.

He bas learned the art of seem.

ins to be aloof to girls while nev

er missing a word of their chat

ter,-or letting them forget that he

is arouna. - -

WANTS. TO-BE LEFT .ALONE

-HE is always busvi There is no

moment when you can ask him to

do a chore or an errand with

out interrupting important out 1-

ness.' -"

i pro-

TV bores-him. There -are

grams That anneal tn au.

Programs that appeal to kids. But
if 1 !n? WV een t touch the

wjy last

man.

turning into a

The old car you hated to see
nim. bUV. With mnn ...J ..

trom a summer ob dnpen't

him ga.1; antin? most of the time.
a you feared it would.
U js more often jaaked .vp in
the dnvewav. with ttun n i v,.

pairs .of long, blue-jeaned Jeas
sdckmg out from under it.

IhOUkd .you are hir .naranf

realire that you really don t un-dersia-d
him at all..

H that's all rieht..He

want tu be understood.' He j u s t
wants to be ... let -alone while hm

Trows like a weed from a hov in.

to a man.

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The history of the art tf the

world beginning with primitive

man thrniipH t.hft arts of DSint

inr and sculpture In pgypt and
Greece and Rome to modern
time M told in' the "Rainbow
Book of Art," one of the books
Dlaced in circulation this week

by the Canal Zona library, v
The booir has been prepared

bv Thomas Craven who writes

of the art and the artists with
humor, charm, and enthusiasm,
as well as with the authority
that a lifetime of study of these
artists and their works gives to
his words.
1 The complete list of new books
and their authors- announced by
the library follows:

Non-fiction: Educating Wom

en, for a Changing world, Muel Mueller;
ler; Mueller; Science Russian Course,
Fourman; Tenth Wonder. Atom Atomic
ic Atomic Ertersrv. Pearl: Insects: A

Guide to Familiar American In Insects.
sects. Insects. Zim; Electronics in Indus

try. Chute: Rainbow book ori

Art. Craven; A Piece of Mv Mind.
Wilson: Posted Missing. VWlers;
River of the Carolines: The San-

tee. Savage: Proud Shoes. Mur Murray;
ray; Murray; Give Us This.pay, Stewart-

Fiction: Murder, on Their

Minds." Coxej One-Way Ticket,
Hltchens; The Secret of Bidden
Vallev. Hutchinson: As a Speck

led Bird, Johnson: The Wild-

Swan. Kennedy; Till We Have

Faces, Lewis: Sword and Scal Scalpel.
pel. Scalpel. Slaughter; Blind Tiger,

Standish.

WHEN a friend has a "houa

guest from out of town it is roi r.

teous to try to entertain the trn.i
in some way--if it is only inviting

nosiess ana guest to your home home-fpr
fpr home-fpr a cup of tea,
Yeu d9n't have te iva a party,
but yov should do-semething te
tCiew hospitality.

new

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itiday, atcil 28,1937

FANAf.IA AMERICA:, UAH IlTBXnCNSTNT AIL ykkW8T AWS

VACS TTT2

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social and Jllie

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Five Congressmen .
Hare For Visit
Five congressmen1 arrived yes yes-terday
terday yes-terday board' the SS Cristobal for
a three -day visit. .
They ; are Representatives J.
Flood, Democrat from Pennsylva-
- nia; John F, Shelley, Democrat
from California; Torbert H. Mac Mac-Donald,
Donald, Mac-Donald, Democrat from Massa-
1 chusetts: John-J. Dempsey, Dem Democrat
ocrat Democrat from New Mexico and Joel
T. Brpyhill, Republican from Vir Virginia.
ginia. Virginia. The patty is 'scheduled to
-sail for New York,' on Saturday
aboard the same ship.
William tondy
1 Speaks At ; -r l
Scholarship Dinner -i ,"
The annual "Scholarship Din Din-ner"
ner" Din-ner" of Phi Theta Kappa, natio national
nal national scholastic fraternity, was held
dh Wednesday, in the Fern Room
.of the Tivoli Guest House with, .24

Quote Unquote
WASHINGTON Sen.: John t.

McClellan (D-Ark.), chairman of

the Senate Rackets Committee,

after 'two women testified they
. had been forced to sign false .ai-

'"I'm gettlng a little bit tired of

inis committee being imposed on
ur AUGUSTA, Ga,. White House
?!)' press secret aiy James Hagerty
after a telephone conversation be be-'
' be-' tween President Eisenhower and
. Secretary of State John 'Foster
Dulles on the Middle East situa situation:
tion: situation: ,''.
- t "B Hh the President' ana the
secretary of state regard. the in independence
dependence independence and integrity of Jor Jor-",dan
",dan Jor-",dan as 'vital.", .. u t
LOS ANGELES Unemployed
warehouseman Edward Aubele,
41, on why he submitted the 38th
false confession to the 10 year-old
;'Black Dahlia" murder of Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Short:
"I didn't have Job' or any
' place to stay I thought I could
get free meaL u
HOLLYWOOP '."Sun Goddess."
ainger yma Sumae showing j re-
' "porters a black eye sustained in a
tattle with her estranged husband,
Aloises Vivanco:
i "Thi is an example of Peruvian
Jove.'' t ( ; y ,-
, : WASHINGTON 'V- Ross Gunn,
weather bureau meteorologist, on
the air pollution 'problems t v
"The only way we are ever go go-Ins
Ins go-Ins to solve the pollution prob

lem i to have atomic-' power that
doesn't d "np scV snd pV c mat-

.' ter- into ) ( . -.,
. -.it'
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i::!:;n:d Prisons r

'.ATLANTA' (UP) A Georgia
legislative committee will investi

gate prison camps to see whether
, St is true that inmates artf kept on

a "starvation diet that s not lit
for hogs.. 1 v. .

State Reo. John D. Odom- of

Kingsland made the c h a r g e
Wednesday, and called, on Gov.
Marvin Griffin to examine the
state's entire penal Jarnr systeni,
parts of which Odom described as
'lrf liV Rihorf 1

' Another legislator. Rep.' J.' Les

ter Souter, assured Odom the

legislative committee which over oversees
sees oversees the prisons, will begin an in investigation
vestigation investigation in a "day or. two."

Odom said the convicts on one

Work erew in South Georgia were
' fed a noon meal consisting of one

hard biscuit and a chunk of corn-

'' bread " v

J. B. Hatchett, assistant direc director
tor director of the State Board of Correc Corrections,
tions, Corrections, made an official, denial. He

I said the state has "ample money

in our budget and we feed bal balanced
anced balanced rations to the- prisoners."

persons-present. The featured

speaKer of: the evening was Wil William
liam William E. Lundy, assistant Treasur Treasurer
er Treasurer of -the Panama Canal Compa

ny, who spoke-on the subject
"Writing and Photographing Jun Jungle
gle Jungle Animals" for publication in
magazines of the United States.
, The lecture was illustrated with
colored slides of unusual and dif

ferent creatures of Panama.

Superintendent S. E. Esser and

Lean Roger C. Hackett, both of

whom are also I onorary members
of Phi-Theta Kappa, also spoke
oriefly,'
. Miss Patricia Sterner, president
of the fraternity for this semes semester,
ter, semester, was in charge of the pro program,
gram, program, while the arrangements
had been made by Lee K, Greene,
Vice-president, assisted bv, Wayne
G. Brown, treasurer.
Other officers of the local chap

ter, of the national fraternity who

were present were .Miss Gayle

Hasemann, secretary, and Miss
Carmen Smjlh, council member.
Guests in -addition to those
named were Mrs. S. E. Esser,
Mrs. Roger C. Hackett, Mrs. Sub Sub-ert
ert Sub-ert Turbyfill, Mrs, William E. Lun Lundy,
dy, Lundy, Mrs. Edwin Mcllvame, and
Richard Richter, ; Other members
of ; Phi Theta Kappa werer Miss
Pat Batchellor, Miss. Norma Har Harmon,..
mon,.. Harmon,.. Richard Home, Mrs. Nina
Kosik, Miss Mary Libert, Edwin
Mcllvaine, Manuel Moreno, Miss
Margaret Stancook, Miss Valerie
Wiley, 'and Prof. Subert Turbyfill,
faculty sponsor of the group.
StJMa'ry'IJ-":K;;p'
Charity Bataar .... t
Opens Wednesday '
The grand prize for St. Mary's
Charity Bazaar is a hi-fidelity set,
deluxe console Model. Tickets are
now on sale at SO cents each. Draw

ing will be 'the last night of the
bazaar, .Winner need not be pre

sent. ; i .
The bazaar begins next week
May 1 and ends May 4. There will
be fun for the whole family and
many things to buy.
Cold drinks,; hamburgers, and
coffee will be available:, at all

times.- 1 -it"

Teen-Age Gambler
Steals From Boss
To Pay Blackmail
. LONDON,. April 26 (UP) 'A 16-year-old
messenger boy who stole
$7,560 from his -employer told a
court today he took the money to
oay blackmailers who threatened
to i tell '- his father he bad been
"playing the greyhounds.".
The boy, whose name was with

held, said he won $11,200 at Lon

don's dog tracKs in seven weens,
bmVhad to pay almoft all oLM )to
the, blackmailers. H said: he) stole
when their demands continued -sifter
his winnings were gone.. .? .v j

He was sentenced to six months

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AT STRANGERS CLUB TONIGHT. Cynthia and Bill
Hardin, pictured above, will Rock 'n Roll to the music of the
String Busters at. the Lions Club Ball t the Strangers Club
Shtf If any two people can, "dig" Rock, 'a Roll thesa
, ,i, i ., '..v h two can-.. r,' srji s

in reform school.

f

I Now I sleep a!l night A
V since baby's free of .y

- Mextafia PravenU Diaper Rash
. Hotpital-Provd in tS
i of Case Tested
Meuuueme(itcli,ftinf ofdif (r ruh,
( ii v4 after every change, prevents
; tlbc Mch. chafe, too! Medicated,
absorbent, ctingi cloae., .
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Jury Frees Hunfer
Of Responsibility
In Friend's Death
' V 1
nCAT.A flTP Tri itpmnn nf

wildlife expert Ross Allen has won
m mnrf rfinm virtnw ,. atfainsf. a

$100,000 damage suit for killing a

companion in a nunting accident
in 1954. , -
A 12-man federal court jury de

liberated only two hours and 10

minutes Wednesday .before retus retus-insf
insf retus-insf to award damages against
Martin John Roess III in the ac accidental'
cidental' accidental' death of Robert Holman
in. (
H Iman's father, Robert Hol Holman
man Holman Jr., filed the suit. Roess said
he fatally shot young Holman
when he fired at what he thought
was a turkey behind some under under-Lrush.
Lrush. under-Lrush. ' i 1

; Fire Sale of
ri t- mni.
Slide Projoclors
i j X Stateside Year
Price 1 Price
-Viawlax"...... $71.40 $16.00
La telle VJ5".,., 92.00 46.00

Mansfialel 26.9S
Brumberflar i,. 39.95
Ka4ak Slide ..,,40.00
Skin 67.?0
1 6 mm. preiacter 1 19.00
S mm.; .Cine In In-larter
larter In-larter 24.00

12.50
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19.00
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CANADIAN WHISKY, we recommend r
' CARRINGTON'S SIXYEAR.OLD Canadian
i tvhisky, on sale in all better bodegas

; f 2) if your preference Is J
' SCOTCH, we recommend
KING GEORGE IV,
' -" i Naturally, like all good Scotches -,
i in limited supply! i

3) we would like to recommend also to

all our clients that they try
- TIA MARIA, the famous coffee, liqueur
the after-dinner drink without rival

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(WOMACI AMERICAN WHISKEY CO.) . :r.

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The rVpino anf rimplicftV of famotn Corfiam BaNvsre sret
'artfully combing in this Ixautiful Trend sterling iKr I t
r unnpole, aj Wf '1 as in the matching candWticks. DiinCTioiH:
cooipote-heijht 4a. diameter 9 ; caadlesticki -height 3i". '-

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SUNFLOWER CHAIR-. i. .V 21.50 -v 13.95
FANCHAIRH.V........... ...... 21.50 .7; : 13.95
INLAID TRICK BOXES .', 1J75 V ,1-25
THROW, CUSHIONS 'i ..... i 4.50 : 3.25
RATTAN CHILDREN'S
TABLE-AND 2 CHAIRS 22.95 t A, 14.95
CHILDREN'S BOOSTER CHAIR .... 9.25 ... 4.95
CHILDREN'S LAMPS 3.75 1.75
CUSHION COVERS 12.50pr. 5.50p.r,
ALUMINUM POTS FROM 1.25 .95
Hi BALL CLASSES 8 pc SET k 3.95 2.95
COVERED CASSEROLES 4 p.c. SET 2.00 V, v 1.50 y
HOLLAND SISAL RUGS. 9 x 12 .....U... 43.20 23.50
ITALIAN CARVED HORN NOVELTIES ...... 3.25 -2.25
ITALIAN HAMMERED CERAMIC ASH TRAYS 1.50 .90
FLOOR LAMPS- ...... 'r 41.50 r 12.50-
of he dnUudnclxJ6nie SFurnishtng jStore

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4th cf July and. "H: Street. .-V7-: Tel, 2-0725
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THE fANAMA AMERICAN AN ISTIZTZXZZ::? DAIIT

$ tTHnus AND-HOtJR CLUB Col. Edwin O. Earl (center) looks at the clock which rounded off 1,000 hours of worthyeach
'ft these Signal Employes without taking Sick Leave. From left to right are: Ralph taorrls, Norman Holland, Col. Earl, Mary-

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mm - ,. : .i -.

Included in the Los Aiigelei Chil Children's
dren's Children's Elementary School Art Ex Exhibit
hibit Exhibit held last week in Log Ange Angeles,
les, Angeles, Cal., were paintings by the
third grade pupils of Esther Krzi-

ra, Condry,' a former. Canal Zone

teacher.
. This children's exhibit was pre presented
sented presented in conjunct on with the Na National
tional National Art Teachers Association
convention being held in Los An
geles.
The pictures selected from Mrs.
Condry's pupi: were marine
scenes based on an Art outgrowth
of their social studies unit "The
lung Fishin.j Industry."

I- Mrs. Condry waa formerly a

teacher at the Balboa and Diablo

Heights Schools. She is now em

ployed by the Los Angeles Public

Schools at the 7n street scncoi.

This school is a teacher training

center for the Education Maiora oi

the George Fepperdine- College; ..

Her many mends and lormer

pupils will be interested in this

achievement of her present pu pupils.
pils. pupils. Ik ij' jT
Bibb Inslilub v
Secretary To Jpask"
Al Bipiisi Cfcarch t
nr Herbert Lockver Jr.. Bible

expositor and school executive of
Moody-Bible Institute, will .be
imMVinc on Saturday evening at

7:30 at the First Baptist Church
of Balboa Height n

The Moody institute aiumni
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'winners of the recent U.S. Ar Army1
my1 Army1 Caribbean ; Talent Contest
will be among the performers
appearing In a special benefit
show in behalf of the Canal
Zone Council 801, Boy Scouts of
America, at the Balboa .Theater

Tuesday, night at 7 : 30

Along with other act. will be
the Interludes,, a modern jazz
group, made up of. Sgt. Robert
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kins. Hag-kins. Pfc. Robert Shelly, Pvt.
Louis J. Worrell, and Sp3 Larry
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Adanss, and Master ( Specialist

Juan Boto. Jr.,- a baritone solo soloist.
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talent contest winners appear appearing
ing appearing will be The Blue Cats, an In Instrumental
strumental Instrumental group, made up of
Sp3 Dale F. Relling. Sp3 Wilfred

D. Meek, and 6p3 Kenneth J.
Green.

Sp3' Richard Learman. a win

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matic reading, will not appear
asm performer. He Is directing
the stage show. ,''

The talent contest- winners

leave on Mav 3 for Fort .Mon

mouth, N.J.. where thev -will

compete in the All-Army Talent I

contest finals. - '-'

Immediately before and -also

following the stage show a mo

vie; "The Sharkfighters,". will be
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White Sox Pilot Gets Off

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Best Start In 5 Years

AH

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NEW YORK, April 2k (UP) Casey Stengel

"savs AI Lopez is "too good a manager to keep finish

ing second all the time." and judging from their

jack-rabbit getaway, the Chicago Whitepox are bent
on proving 01' Case a prophet.

' Off to his best start In his last, ed hlsj average- to. .455, best In
Tire vears as a manager, Lopez the American League. George

has the White Sox in first place I Susee,-jr., yielded three hits over

Major League

Leaders

' with five victories in six games

' land what's more, he feels he can

keep them there.
"i said I felt we could win this

.year before tne season- oegan
and it still goes," the White Sox

; skipper declared ronowmg yea
.j terday's 9-4 victory over the De-
Vtroit TiBra.

. 'ihe Yankees have a mighty

;fine ball club but tney re not m

.''vincible.-' We have as good a

. chance to beat them; this year
. 'as any club in the league."
j - Even when Lopes won the
I pennant with Cleveland in 1954.
hand thelndlans set an Amer Amer-4
4 Amer-4 lean League record by winning

."111 nm, toes o
rt off as well as the White Sox
i have this year. Cleveland won
i ni. hvM nr Wk first six raoies

(. Tjtadinir the way for the White

rSox at tne moment is uww
hie; Fox, with his customary wad
iof chewing tobacco and a fancy

;.423 batung average, rox ws b.
!5cev contributor in yesterday's

triumDn over ine ngcrs wu

""tiair of doubles ana a single.
'f fSouthpaw Jack Harshman was

icreaiten 'wim iiu eecuuu yivk.t

I I i 1 tTah.m11

Aitnouen ancient uixie nuwcu

took over for him in tne sev seventh.
enth. seventh. Steve Gromek was the los los-.
. los-. ,r,
fThe Indians, who started poor poor-ly
ly poor-ly this yearj- defeated the Athle-
tip s-a. even though they were

I held to six hits. They broke a 1 1-;
; 1-; 1 tie in the seventh with a three-

1IUU 1 tll J WAiM-V TTH ---D

loser Wally ... Burnette. Early

'Wynn was the winner i oui ne

yielding a two-run homer to Gus
Trn,1 1r fi 'loht.h. !iv ,.' .'

i Ted WUllams continued nls
torrid hitting lor the Red Sox
. with a double and two singles In

the last 5 2-3 Innings to gain the

victory after relieving starter

Wlllard Nixon.-, Clint Courtney
hit a two-run homer off Nixon
in the fourth. ;
The Yankees and Orioles were
not scheduled. i V ,v
CincinnaW which Opened the
campaign; with i four straight

losses, won Its fourth in a row by

beating Chicago, 8-3?;-;
.)..; -(ift v.v ,; i'V ''
Brooks Lawrence, a 19-fame
winner last year, gave up nine
hits but became the first Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati pitcher to go the dis distance
tance distance this- year. a
The ftedlees made 'onlv six

hits but capitalized on four Cub

errors, two or tnem by snortstop
Ernie Banks.' Errors by Banks
and second baseman Casey wise

gave the Redlegs their -first run
in the opening inning and they

aaaed tnrec more in tne second
off rookie Dick Drott with the
help of a single by George Crowe

ana doubles by Ed Bauey and

Don Hoak.

The only r other Natl onal

League game scheduled was the

one between tne Giants and

Dodgers but "it was postponed

because oi ram.

v: ,;;;.:.IXADma,BATTEES ,'
(Based n 14 Official at Bats)

; f 'NATIONAL LEAGlHL:?;ft,:1,

Player and club g ab Tr h Pcf.

Musial, St. LWlS 7 28 2 19 .536

GUUam. Bklyn 7 30 4 13 .433

7 31 7 13 .419
7 29 10 11 .879
7 24 6, 9 .375
7 25 4, 9 .360
7 26 1 9 46
7 29 ft 10 .345
.7 29, 6 10 45

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Bailey, Clnci.

Dark, St. Louis
Aaron, 'Mllwau.
Hodges; Bklyn 1
Furillo, Bklyn.
Bruton, Milwau. :
Bouchee, Phil. -Moon,
St. Louis,

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Teenaae

All -Star Playoffs

Begin Tomorrow af Clayton

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Woa Lost Pet.

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1.000

.000

T. Williams, Bos.

LFox, Chicago

Tuttie, Detroit
Mantle. N.Y. :

R. Williams, Bat
Mauch, Boston
SkOwron. N.Y.

Wertz, Cleveland

Sievers, wasn.
Zernial, K. City
Boone, Detroit
Kell, Baltimore

8 33
6 26,
8 31
7 26 ?
9 34

8 34;
7 30

9 151.455

5 11 .423
4 12 .387

6 10 .385
13 .382

713 482

6 11 .367

7 25 4 9 460

10 39 8 14 .359

9 29 5 10 MS
8 29 f 6 10 443

8 29 -. 4 10 445

Doctors Declare

Fullmer; Robinson
Physically Fil

a

tors.

CBJCAG6" (UP) Middleweight

chammoo Gene Fullmer and bug

ar Ray Robinson, whs- lost the
title in Januarv to Fullmer, today

opened their, final week of train

ing for their May l title re-matcn

at the Chicaeo Stadium,

12"n,?c1.. nSJS-hul hnntal cbcfkGps by doctors of the II II-s.
s. II-s. Williams' three hits boofr linnia.A th 1 e t i c Commission

Wednesday and were declared In
good condition for the champion-

ihiD fiehL "

Fullmer reisxea iner me meai-

ctl checkup, but Robinson re

sumed his training, sparring

few rounds. Fullmer was expected

to finish his sparring Saturday

: Both fishters are near the 160-

nound weight limit for the battle.

Fullmer scales 157 pounds, but

Robinson must lose 2Vi pounds to

get down to the limit.

' HOME RUNS

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

Skowron, Yanks 4
. Sievers, senators .......... 4
, Simpson, Athletics 4
' Skizas. Athletics .. 4

(Four tied with three each7

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron, Braves. ........... 3
Mays, Giants . v, . . 3
(13 tied with 2) :;

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RUNS BATTED

AMERICAN LEAOUE

14

r:nagan i Whips
. m.m MBS f

Gavilan To Enter
IVelter Picture
I-
t ST. PAtlll Minn. (UP) SDeedy

Vel Flanagan loomed brighter

than ever in the welterweight ti ti-M
M ti-M nicture today i after banging

ut a 10 round unanimous deci decision
sion decision over Kid Gavilan here.
I The St: Paul veteran, a 2-1 fa favorite,
vorite, favorite, reached a peak in his up
tiul Anxim rareor Wivtnpxrl v nieht

is, he turned aggressor and had
the former welterweisbt king baf

fled most of the way. I

. nU. Lau Affliiiala aaitll 0ttaf

the lassy Irishman a perfect 100
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Sard irnred 100-fil. iudee Johnny

Stanton bad the fight 100-92, andi

judge Dick Delaney scored it 100-

Tana Linda Sold

For $100,000
SAN MATEO. Calif.; April 25
(UP) Frank McMann, New
York turfman, today purchas purchased
ed purchased an Argentine Import named
Tana Linda for t price "in ex excess
cess excess of 1100,000,"' agent Joe
Hernandes reported.
Taaa Linda was the top filly
In Sooth America. She was im imported
ported imported to this country several
months ago, but has never
started on a U.S. track.

Sievers. Senators ........

Tuttie. Tigers .......... .11

Simpson, Athletics 9
Mauch, Red Sox ........ 9
(4 tied with .8)

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Furillo, Dodgers
Mays, Giants, ...
, Baker. Cubs ...

' Sauer, Giants

Bouchee. Phils

juaaxB uuiw i a p f Aj

11
10
8
ft..i
17
1
1 1

Ford.yanKS. .,..- a v piwv

Jones, Phils

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Snahn. Braves ...... 2 0

Gomez, Giants ..... 2 0
Harshman, W.S. .... 2 0

1.000

1.000

1.000

In one of the best games seen

in many a moon, carios josepn

nuriea a onuiant no-run no-nu
game to send his team out front

in tne cnampionsnip series De De-tween
tween De-tween Jaen Lopez, winners of the
Colon Major .Softball League,

and Cafe Bohio, title holders of
the RainbOw city (open classifi

cation) Softball loop,
: The battle was a honey all the

way as both teams completed tne
regulation seven Inning route

deadlocked land had to go nine
innings before the visiting Jaen

Lopez squad scored an unearned

run in the top of the ninth to
cop the verdict, f ;
For eight frames,: Joseph and
Agard locked horns In a score scoreless
less scoreless do-or-die struggle. The large

gathering that filled every nook
and. corner around the popular

Rainbow City ball orchard saw
a real game as both hurlers pre prevented
vented prevented enemy .runners from

crossing the nlate

Joseph, in spinning his mas

terpiece, retired the first 16 men
in a. Vow to face him until an er

ror by, first baseman Hank Cole
in missing the bag broke the

spell. Cameron also reached base
via a base on balls in the same

canto and those were the only
runners to ret on off the tantal

izing slants- of Joseph as he set

down eieven iiremen on smites.
. Herman Agard. stylish chuck

ine righthander of the firemen,

was also In top. form, spreading
but seven hits and wiggled out

of several tight spots but naa

tne misfortune or lacing a mucn

hotter opponent in josepn.
Jaen Looez had several scor

lna opportunities but failed to

score, in the first Aikman don-

bled to ooen the contest' and

stole third but Desouza grabbed

Lopez smash and doubled htm

off tnira on a ejuesuoname ne ne-clslon.
clslon. ne-clslon. Again ln,the fourth Lo-

In The
Letter" Box

Will terne baseball expert, pre

ferably an eld time pitcher, write

an article in the Mail Bex explain

ing fully all ef the various base

ball pitches such as: spit ball, eme

ry ball, shine Mil, Mider, raoea-

way, screwball, ana an tne ent enters.
ers. enters. Alto whether an. overhand
fast ball actually raites or heps.

I believe most of us knew what

an out, in, straight drop, and out out-drop
drop out-drop ere. Also -can any right hand

pitcher threw an -"In-drop" to a

right hand hitter, or is there ne
such a thing. Please explain all of

the above in detail, particularity

what Is put en the ball if any, and

what action the bell takes in such

pitch.. Amateur; and screwball

please keep out of the argument.

, Stupid.

Maj

Rue

ors

To Eliminate

iiterference

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ELECTRIC SERVICE

Will be off in the following; area:
6th Avanue San Francisco
15th Street San Francisco
8th Avenue San Frtrtcisco
Via Porrit ;
Via Etpina
Via' Femlndex 4a Cordoba and
1 2nd Street, Vrsta Hermosa ;
' 1st and 2nd Streets Carrasquiila
from 4 ajn. to 7 ajn.
, on Saturday. April 27, 1957.

4 h r
4

This InlemipUon b being made to make important change
v ." in the primary lines.
P'm". Pnimiefm de 3uc?za ij Zuz

CHICAGO. April 28 (UP)-In.

terference by baseYunners with
batted balls with the Intent to

prevent a rosslble double play

was ruled out of baseball today

by both the American and Na

tional leagues,.

l '. J .Si

President Will Harrldge of the

American League and president
Warren Giles of the National

League announced the new reg

ulation simultaneously and sent

duplicate Instructions to umpires

in both leagues.
The notice to umpires read? ;
"If, In the judgment of the
umpire, a baaerunner wilfully
and deliberately Interferes with
a batted ball with the obvious

intent to break un a double Dtev.

the ball is dead, the umpire shall

can tne runner out lor Interfer

ence and also call out the Im

mediate succeeding runner be'
cause of the action of his team'
mate. v

"In no event may bases be run.

or runs scored, because of such

action by a runner."

The rule was designed to pre prevent
vent prevent repetition of a nlav bv Hon

Hoak of Cincinnati last Sunday

an muwauxee wnen ne ilelded a
batted ball; putting himself out,

tossed ne nan to miwaiiira

shortstop Johnny, Logan. The
action prevented any chance at

a aouDie ciav on Gus BeiL trv.

ing to advance from first to sec

ona on tne blow by Walhr Post.

who was credited with a single.

A similar strateev was used

April 1$ by George Kell of the

Baltimore Orioles against the
Boston Red Sox. Later Kell re

vealed the Orioles had practiced

pez tripled 'with, one away but
failed to score. ; '.
in tvio fifth .tu

Dosman and Dlnolis 'i registered
b5?kx to back ln8les and again
this threat went by the boards
as Clarke eharged in for Lindo's
squeeze bunt to hall Dosman at

tne piate.

rne s visitors rmaiiv t rtno

Mirougn in me -ninth with dart
ness rabidly enveloDlnc th niov.

Ing field. Cole opened bv strik.no-

uui, iewis eiecmiiea cn Tans

witn a bullet to right, for three
bases.' Time Was called anl tho

fire fighters board of atmUirv

Manager Hooper ordered Jo Joseph
seph Joseph and Barrows passed inten intentionally
tionally intentionally to load the bases setting
up the double play. For a fleet fleeting;
ing; fleeting; moment the move looked
great when Dosman hit a two two-bouncer
bouncer two-bouncer to Lovelle at third, but
the hot corner guardian hesita-l
ted a moment before' whipping

uic ohm to ueaouza at second
base, forcing Barrows, snd the
hurried relay to first pulled
Clarke off the bag as Lewis
crossed the plate with ; the de deciding
ciding deciding 'and, only, tally of the
game.,4;:; ; : 'v
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:.' The llnescore:-, ....

m TREVOR .SIMONS

The Atlantic Teener- League
All-Stars will go to Fort Clayton

Saturday to meet the Ail-star

team, from the. Fastlich Teener

League i (Pacific. Side y in the

first of a best 5 out of seven se
rles. From among the series Dar

ticipants will come a Canal ZonJ
All. Star team to represent this

area in the annual Teener League

Tournament at Hersey, pa..m Au-
gustUjRiVft'p

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

-W L Pctt GB
. 5 1 .833 -5
2 '.714 i.

l 5 r4 ,'.556 Hi

. 3 r 4 .429 2V5
, .-35 .375 3
i 3 6- .333 31,

. ... 2 1 6 .250 4

Jean Lopea ? 000 000 001 1 7 1

caie Bohio 000 000 0000 0 1
Joseph and Dinolis; Agard and

uameron. umpires: Lewis. Stales

tlerra: Greene. PhilllDs v and

Small. V v.v.;' :;vVi

- NATIONAL LEAGUE
7??ms, W L Pet.
Milwaukee . fi i

Brooklyn V. . ,6 1 .857
New York. v !4 -.500
ClnrlnnBt.tv .i5. a mn

Philadelphia.1 ; j 3 4429

uuicaga vh;3 !, 5 .375:' 3V,

PitfeburgwKZv.? .280 '4

i

v TODAY'S GAMES'
, Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (N)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati N
New York at Philadelphia (N)
; Xouisat Chicago
YESTERDAY'S pptt to

wreuinau I3u 020 6 0

v.. uivn io-2j, Hinman; Colium

Lawrence, (1-1 and Bailey.
New York at Brooklyn-"
' (Postponed Rain)
Only games scheduled i

N x-

,(.... ,t5", ty.- ,.,'.. if "4., 1 M
Berrios 9-5

theplay during spring training. Arena.

WASmNGTO AorU 28 (UP)

Featherweights Hogan -(Kid)

Bassey and Miguel Berrios meet

tonight Jn an internationally

navorea Doxme nout with the

winner getting a shot at the

worw title.

Basse v is the British Emnlre

champ and comes from Nigeria.

Africa. Berrios halls from Puerto

Rico. The two clash in a 12

round nationally televised bout

in an American arena with the

victor meeting France's Cherif

Hamia for the vacant title,

Bemoswaa favored at' 9-5
n the basis of his record (21
victories and aevea losses) a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst well-known opponents
Bassey has won 47 of 57 bouts,
hot never has boxed In Amer America.
ica. America. .'-.,'

Both are 24 years old. Berrios
i five feet two inches tall, erne

of -the shortest of active bdkers
In the VM but he has the shoul

ders or a weiterweieni nius un

usual stamina.) His size and bis
crowding style of incessant

punching brought him the nick

name of "Little Devil."

Bassey Is five-three. and a

boxer-puncher who adepts his

style to his opponent. Admitted Admittedly
ly Admittedly inexperienced against mauling
infighting,- which is not allowed

in many European rings, he has

worked nara against that style

in nis training in the U-S. since
his arrival.

- Ring Magazine rates Berrios

as number two contender for the
featherweight title and Bassey
number three. - r:
1 Bassey, the son of corn
fanner, started his profession professional
al professional career at the age of 1C, If is
manager proclaims Bassey as
the "hardest panehfng feath featherweight
erweight featherweight in the bDrfness" and
; backs H ; up by patting eat
that If of his victories ,came
'by ksteckoats.
Berrios hss been fighting in
the united States since 1952. Al

though -he Is considered a good
puncher he doesn't toss with the

waiion oi Bassey and onlv two

of his wins came by K.0 4
The fighters tuned up with
short workouts yesterday. They
weighed in at the District of Co

lumbia Baxln Commission of offices
fices offices this afternoon before head heading
ing heading for their bout at the Capitol

DON HUMPHREY

Class that comes from experi

ence nlay seem unlikely among
a group of young Teener League

bau players, but that is exactly
what they Atlantic Slders will
be laying on the line In their bid
for the Isthmian chanrpionship.
In Keith Kulig and Donald Hum

phrey the Atlantic Teener league
have a pair of accomplished ball
handlers. Though both are only
15 years of age and stand 6-5
they already have behind them
three -years "of Teener League
ball and one year of first string
action k on the Cristobal High

School varsity .squad.

US Army AH-Slars v

Vs. Albrook School
In Soccer Tomorrow
tM.2 p.m. Saturday, April 27

on the Ft. Gulick soccer field.

M.o. Army uariDoean school all all-star
star all-star soccer team will take on 'the

Albrook ABB Latin American
booters in the second game oi a

two. out or three series.-
ixIn the first meeting between
the two teams the Ft Gulick
squad; came, off the field with a
1-0 victory., A crowd of over 600
people saw Jthe only goal of the
game scored at the beginning of
the second .half.. &, i, ;r r
It the U.S. Army all-star txnm'

can win their second straight
game, the series win h. m,.

ed. However; if Albrook takes th"

6W"U name a mira one will be
necessary. It la nrhprfni . i

broQk.AFB jDn. the th of May Vti

. "V, I' I.

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Teams

Chicago ..
New York
Boston

Kansas City

iieveiand t
Baltimore
Washington

uetroit

.t.V"!;..'...,

' TODAY'S GAMES '-
Boston at New York '; 1
Chicago at Kansas City CnY
Detroit at Cleveland (N
Washington at Baltimore (wl, ;
i YESTER.D A V"S nrctTT to ,'

BOStOn ,040 301 1 c A

Wash. 030 ?nn rwi9 7., a 1 ;

gixon. Susce (1-0) and White.
Hernandez. Hvd M-9 i

enger. stonp vtmrin,.,Ct

Courtney; '7?7. T u
Cleveland 01 n nnn smn '.

Kansas. City 000 100 020-u3 8 0
'Wynn (1-1), Narleski and He-
gan. v w .1
' Burnette fl-T) rtormon : ;

and Smith. -; -7.
Detroit 020 101 0004 18 1
Ch'ca? 003 131 lOx-9 If
Hoeft, Gropiek (0-1). Bunnlng.
Lrimlan, Woiev nt Mm tea if.

Lollar.Sl?an (2"--Howe11.' nd
Only "gamescheduled. ;
Gold DilSt

J

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KEITH KUUG

Kulig is smooth and orecise In

hi preferred position, short

stop: but was also the mainstay.

of the. Bulck Teener League team

mound staff that battled Motta

in a play-off for the Atlantic-

Side championship. Kulig was a
.300-hltter In the adult Atlantic
no-hitter and, when playing

lor the Cristobal High nine.
Donald Humphrey also adds ver versatility
satility versatility to the Gold Coast squad.
His position is catcher, but Don

nas seen mucn action ana per performed
formed performed Treditsbly at third base

and in Jthe outfield.-

Brian Lutz, a 13-year-old In his
first year of Teener League Ball,
will nrobably be the mound sel

ection for the opening game Sat

urday at Clayton. Luts is a vtn

grader wh ohas already tossed a

no-hltter and. whren nlavintr

utue League, piayea for the on

ly team that finished a season
nhdef eated. v
Luts is also dangerous at the
plate and was used liberally in
the outfield for the Mottas team
when not mowing them down
from the hill. Lutz' previous ex experience
perience experience consists of four years
with .the Coco Solo Braves of

KOs Rogers 5

In Television Boul

featherweight h a m p 1 0 n. was

nngniy. pleased today With his

ivvuui, victory over Bobby Rog Rog-SnL
SnL Rog-SnL ?f. Ch,c8o in W first naUon

cv,Bea "gnu,- ..... v
I Wanted to win.an -i ...-J

to look good,"-the popular Provi Providence
dence Providence scrapper said after drpp drpp-ping
ping drpp-ping Rogers for the .full count at
1:54 of the mnth round Wednesday
night before 1,363 hometown fans.
Gomes certainly looked good in
moruig two early knockdowns and
then, after catching a mid -fight
breather,, he, came back in -the
next-to-last round to put Rogers
away for good with a rmintorino-

right-hand punch to 'the jaw.

. eppearea uomes would send
his manr rooters n. m. c.riv

wurn ne uoorea noeerm : Inr a

mandrtory eight j count In the

opening round, catching the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago youth with a lef i-righl com-

oinauon. -. .-
Again In the fourth session it

ap p e a r e d .Rogers would be
knocked out when a solid right

aecaea. mm ior anoyier 1 eight-

count. -- ",

the Atlantic Little League, but

in his first year of Teener ball,

ne compuea a neat i.oz era,

won lour and lost two and struck
out 41 batters. :.

-f :vByjHERB2RT MOISE
Cafe Bohio'

only the hard way.
'This team wnn ih Painkn. m

ty Open lassificatioB So f t h n 1 1

League Without a defeat a

unpreeendenterl in Rthm;,n ntt

ball. The team bp can a ,rioi

gainst tht other Atl antir. .Ctrta nff.

ball league Ja en-Lope j of the
Colon Senior Softball League. .

WiitT CarloeJosephva gainst
tional that fans iiegan reminis-

mg about another thriller the
hit., Jaen-Lopez garnered eight
hits off Herman Agard in the ov overtime
ertime overtime contest (nine innings)that
thrilled over 50ft fans at Rainbow
City. ... .,. ,,,4,,
. Play after play proved so sensa sensational
tional sensational that fans began reminiscen reminiscencing
cing reminiscencing about another thriller the

Harlem Sporters Cerveceria Na.

Clonal 12 inning zero-zero game
at the Mt. Hope Stadium in'' 1953.
The final outcome started a con controversy
troversy controversy which. Is still raging.
' In the top of the ninthrRoy Lewis
Wipled to rig.lt with one down.
Enoch Hooper, Bohio skipper for
the day, ordered the next two hit hitters
ters hitters walked. Then came -the
"break of the scoreless, game.
Gato Dosman grounded toward the

hole on the lK; side of the infield.
Thirdbaseman Lovelle Fielded the
ball, startd to go foi th plate but

was called off by 1 Second baseman
Cluster DeSouza. Lovelle, then,
fired to DeSouza who pivoted ra rapidly
pidly rapidly made a hurried throw to

first 'just in time for the out. How 1
ever firstbasem '.n Wally Clarke.
playing with a bad foot, used baa
footwork around thj base and
thus had Dosman safe at first.
Lewis came In with the only run

of the game. ; ,

We have seen Bohio for most of

the season and this wis the first ;
play, that went against them, and

what, it cost them their first de- '.

feat in 13 games this year. Now
who said that we should not be
superstitious about the'' number
"i3"?:, .-.v. ; ..

j.;-..-.-;;:-v.

our informal, club for the late crowd
erery FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
from tnidnlglit to 4:30 a.m.

With

I MUSIC by the CAROL GREAVES TRIO!
! i I '
. In tha air-conditioned comfort of cu BALBOA BAR
' ; Nigbtpap on-th-hous at 4:30 a.m.

' ; COMING... COMING..."' COMING... s
"TTIE BRAVE ONE"

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Afcsdc-q Go3S Arjdiist
Kerisinnton Pavinetto

' .... The Stud Miura't one-time leading candidate for the
Juan Franco track championship, .Mossadeq, tomorrow
gets a chance to bounce back into the win column when
he goes against a small but select field of third series
imported thoroughbreds in the featured $650 seven fur fur-'
' fur-' long sprint at the President Remon rdce tracks

The little chestnut sdn of Flex-ton-Damiani
figure to be the mu mu-fuels
fuels mu-fuels favorite off hir two censecu censecu-Kvrf.
Kvrf. censecu-Kvrf. fourth nlaee finishes in the
National Guard Classic and last
Sunday's one mile race for second
series thordughbreds. f Mossadea
eptx a droo in class here and
hnnx un as the horse to beat.
Guillermo Sanchez will guide the
Endara brothers star under 19
. pounds. His only', handicaps ap-
N pears to be his No. 1: post Tosi
tion., v-v, 1 t ,'

J" Pavinetto and Kensingotn should

- be his top contenders. Favinetto,1
esDecialhv; because Jie has been
Turin? nsistentlv well. Kensing
ton was second In the Francisco
Arias Paredes Classic and second
in another six furlong' sprint, to
Double Four a week after the
Ha has been, idle since.
Hustling Virgilio Castillo will
have the iegr up on Pavinetto
while steadily 'improving Heuodo Heuodo-ro
ro Heuodo-ro Gustines will handle : Kensing
ton, iv-'-.l;-,.. :,
, Concrete Pipe and vaquiro com com-"
" com-" plete the' five-horse field. Concrete
pipe is a speed horse that should
' be; prominent for the first five
. fnrlnnes. He will be ridden by S.
Hernandez under, the feather of
97 pounds.'
CZ Pc!:cc Guards -Pi$l?I
Il2lch Scl r
For SElurcYfyfy 4
Th annual Canal Zone Police
Guards' pistol competitive match
will be held at the Canal. Zone
"Police Pistol Range, Balboa: at
9:00 a.m. Saturday, May 4.
- Those h competing for 1957
chamnionshiou. are:- George P
Esrle, Albert S. Hunter. Edward
M. Jemmottsu'- Alexander- E.
Bloomfield, Francis C. Nelson,
Leo M. Blades, Harold Twaloney,
cmpin s. -Mayers, Hubert L.
Gould, Cecil H. Hall. Rafael 1,.
Medrick, Alfred B. Warner, Ru Ruben
ben Ruben J. Davy, Ruben 8 Cohen,
John R. Bovell, Elvln I. Butcher,
Rexford ,R.. Innia, Jerome A A-Yearwood,
Yearwood, A-Yearwood, and Roy (BelL v"
- The match will be under the
direction of Sgt. J. F Morris, and
prizes to be awarded competi competitors
tors competitors will be announced on the
morning of the match.
Scotand

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CLtribulors: W0TTA:V MOTTA LTDA.
28th Front Street Cokn, R. P.

Paquiro, co-holder qf the track
record for seven furlongs, at 1:23,
returns to the races after a
lengthy layoff during which time
he was "blistered" because of a
leg ailment.rAlejandro Ycaia gets

the mbunt with no pounas.
Ten other
included .on
interesting races are
a well-balanced crd,
Cricket News
Excelsior C.C. won its second
consecutive Atlantic C r 1 c ket
Championship last Sunday when
the match with Surrey .C.C. end
ed in a draw.
Set the task of haltlner the on
ward march f the champions.
Surrey again fell victim to the
terrific bombardment dished out
bv the Excelsior willow wielders
whose.- attack throughout the
season have literally demorallz
ed the opposition. .,. t
On this, occasion Excelsior.
battine from 1:15 to 4:40 rj.m..
realized a total of 160 runs for 8
wickets as Geraia smau, aem,
onstratinc mn unsusnected run
getting abUlty. tallied 62 runs to
fcuji itiic vc ououii a yvvi
ers.1 Outstanding also were A.
Hamlin, 19; M, Hines, 18: 1' M..
Pereh, 13; J", Gittens 12 not out;
A. campoeu, n ana warper iu
not out.
Surrey- C.C.i' granted but an
hour and five minutes to stay at
the wickets, attacked valiantly
and recKlessiy in an 'enort to
get the much needed runs, but
was ultimately forced on the de
fensive as the wicKets leu stead steadily.
ily. steadily. Losing 7 wickets Jor a total
of 61 runs, they were, perhaps
fortunate In,: obtaining; a1 draw.
Ton scorers of the inninsr'-were:
Bobby JDrakes. l&y Ai- critfchJow,
1 anH fRInM.fihov. 17 no' -tint.:1
Sunday's encounter will feature
Wanderers O.C. and Surrey, .CC,
tied with 15 points each, in a de decisive
cisive decisive battle for the second place
trophy; Arrangements ar$ bein
maot xut nave wis one njayea w
a rinisn. Meanwnue it la rumored
that .an All-Star game between
the Atlantic and Pacific side
clubs as well as a championship
encounter between-the-winners
of both leagues, is now under
consiaeration.

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DIFFERENT PITCH Brooklyn's Pee Wee Reese finds It's r
all. different when you watch the Dodgers over a TV.seU
Reese is sitting out the opening games, of. the campaign for 1
v the flrrt time in his career, courtesy of a back injury suffered :.'
- in spring training. -o is. 4

Race Track Graded K Entries

t.P. Horte 1 5 : Jockey 1 St.
1st Race Vth Series' Imp. fgi.
FIRST RACE
1 D. Duchess '. Ai'Ycaza US
2 Pinlno H. Gustines 97x
3 FUerte J VH. Baeza 118
r4 Lanero J. Jimenez 118
SPolizon J. M. Bravo 115 ;
jHerltor .-M. Hurley 118
f7r(Amat A. Credidio 103
. (Bacana: J5. Hernandea J05x
2nd Race "Special'' Imp. ?
Fga.
2ND RACE OF
1 Goubemant R, Criatlan 115
,2- Blunoi i i. A. Credidio 103
3 Aberargie B. Agulrre llfr '.
4 Miss Patience. H. Gus. I03x
5 Grand Finish J. Rodri. 110
' 6-Cingulum R. Vasquez 110
7-(DUplay Song G. San. 115
- vuoronauon JJ.
3rd Race GW Natives 1 f ft.
''SM ONE
1 Winsaba"? A.wGbhzaIet 102
2 Guarart : J. M. Bravo-105
3 Tinela g : R. Crlstlan 118
4 Avispa : S- Hernandez 100x
5 Henco .si :i A. Ycaza 113
B Filon :' -' A. : Credidio 105
7-Certamen : H. Gustines w8xi
NaUves
''' Furionga-i
y

,'1-Llrtda Susy L, Gutle.llSXf-Jockey handicaps .'S H C
2 -Goldea Bound R. Vai. 110 --Dangerous contender
3- r Cochisa H. GuKtines lOOx Poor races last two
4-Don Mantiel T. Hidal. 108 -Hat strong finish f
-5Tacera .:. E.1 Darlo 108 Rates fair, chance v'
-Regia' i J. Phillips 108: : -Should be contender
- "7 No Gallittf G. Sanchea 110 Usually ,diappoinU
8 (Currlta A. Gonzales lis :' Early speed only; 1
8 (Redondlta B; Baeza 105 Hampered by. bad legi-

m 1 rarta 1
l 1 O. Chanls 108
'' Ith Race "F" NaUvea' S Tg:
1 Miml. Aj. Rodrigiie fli
. 2 Damad.ura: R. Vasquea 115
1 3 Portal v L Gutierres .lu7x
4-rLa pampanlnl S. Her. 104
, 9 rru tu V. castuio 115
;astlll6 lij
8th Race th Merles Imp.' I Fgt.
FIRST RACK. OF
1 Camberwell J. Rodri. 113
2 Loves Girdle L. Gutle. 107X
3 GrecO 1 R. Crlstian 110
4 Carraway O: Chanla 113
5 Verygood R. Vasquez 113
Trirreme B. Baeza 113
7 (Vedette H. Gustines 107x
.8 (Celestial Fire O. Can 115

7th Race.Sth Series Imp. 8 FfS.Psrse $4M

j 'l ZAD alACK OF
tTiburoo A-Ycaza 115
Oyster. B. Aguirrt 113
I 3 Joe's Fiddling G. San. 106
4 Tiny Brook F. Hidalgo 108
5 Arrabalero J. M. Bravo 115
OroPurtto r M, Hurley 112
7 Escorial J. Jimenez 118
f Remozada v
. 9 (Semlplcno A." CKdldlO 108
10 (Socorrito ... T;
8th Race B an4 C" Kttfves 7 r.
1 Lady Edna. R. Vasquez 120
2 Rablblane B. Baeza 1W)
3 Juatlna R. Cristlan 115
4 Yoaikito J. M. Bravo 10
5 Joe j, A. Ycasa 116
ftk Race Sth Series Imp.

T rr.rr isoe
ONI TWO

1 After Me 3. Phillips 108
2 Oliver F. Gatica 105
3 Mlchirip A. Ycaa 115
4 Coral H. Garar.es 1C5X
5 Mrs. Hallinn B. Baeta 118
8 C. McCarthy Braro 115
T ScinUliatlos) ; R. Vaa. lit

184k Race 3rd Series Imp. 7 rga.Fvre 8458

1 Mosaadeq O. Eanchez lit
2 Pamilro A. Ymra lie
1 Kenaineixm H. Ousf.ns 1) Ox
4 Partnetio V. Cs'Ulio 110
5 Concrete Pipe 8. Her. 7x

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Purse $400
Pool Closes 12:35
OF THE DOUBLE
-Reportedly sharp
-Showing improvement
-Dangerous contender
Usually disappoints
r-Should improvet :
Bad leg: hamper
--Could take it all
--Form Indicates, ;f
" t 8-1
- ' 2-1
i -l
,;f":: t-l
50-1
V 3-2
ji'x 8-2
. Furae S650 r : Pool Closes 113
THE. DOUBLE'. tiPi'Sie
Maes' first start W
Not ready yet
- Reportedly high class
Excellent effort last
Hard1 to beat here ',
Should improve V '" ;
;.r- t;
4-1
J-l
8-1
3-1
2-1
4-1
Has speed to spare
2
1

D. F.HidaL loe-CouIdj help entryraaUft? ;:.l2-l
ir, s"' j.'. :' "l''-: ?' v i

rnrw jilt t
Fool Closes' 1:45
TWn
"-Early speed only
Would pay fat odds
Improving steadily
- Must go lower 'T
-Much the bestr-
. 50-1
"'30-1
a
,100-1
1-2
5-1
Could be-nnsetter
- Handlcap ii favor -' 4.
1
Purse $275 Pool Closes 2 :21
QUINIELA
-:'-2-l
3-1
, .". 30-1
K'r, 8-1
81
j v, 3-1
.' 4-1
; 5-1
5-1
51
J:J5
Not good enough.
Fnrie $275. Pool Closet
- Waa never better.
Could surprise :
- DisUnce handicaps
Racing to best form
EVEN
3-1
, lo-l
r...-3-li
1 -coatenner
2-1
Purae $408 ;
Feel Closet 3:31
THE DOUBLE J
Could, make It lere
Not against these
Good early ipeed
Blaring early, speed
Form indicates
Not good enough
Rates good chance
Hard -to deat now
" !' "' i- ;"--T.v
81
301
-10-1
.si
8-1
TVKN
' EVEN
Fool Closes 1:85
THE DOUBLE
Trailed In Jast -'
DisUnce surta stile.
r 5-1
3-1
Depends on .start ,
-4-1
2-1
Should beat these
Will fight it out
Dangerous as usual
Has beaten better
Must Improve more
Good early speed
Nothjng recently
5-1
i-T- 4-1
10-1
Parse $358
Feel Closes 4;8'
Should make it here
Not good enough
Could score again ;
Daogerous this time
Last doesot count
32
8 1
J-l
" 31
2-1
Feel Oeaes 8 :13:
Racing to best form -4 1
Rate tiprt chanc' t i-l
Form indicates , j-j
-Outclassed kere 15-1
Razor tbirp form ,2-1
Last doetnt ccunt ,s 4 1
Return from layoff i-2
Pool clMta :4
Should beat thfe
Retrros fr-wn lireff
- Could to a3 the wsy
Rites rrxyj cha?ee
Early eniy
4-1
2-1
' 8-12
23 1

Forget Olson-

Off Tired Man Fullmer Del

i
T GREENWOOD LAKE. NY.
Outside the Long Pond Inn's nine
paneled gymnasium a big 4 g
problaims, 'Now Training:" Ray
Robinson the Ex and Next i Mid Middleweight
dleweight Middleweight Champion.'"
-And .i the small dressing room
inside, Robinson seems as he al always
ways always did. He has that gleaming
show-business smile, the non-stop.
high-pitched chatter and the; abili
ty to talk of fist fighting as if it
were a aeep technical process.
IT WAS THE" SAME BEFORE
Robinson went to Chicago in No November
vember November of 1955. and shocked box
ing as he took out Bo bo .Olson; a
4-1. favorite, with a couple of
punches in the second round and
regained the middleweight title. It
war repeat when he trained for
his return with. Olsen, another ea easy
sy easy one.- .', 1. .-I ; ,j, t
The bevy of tub-thumper anoint
this out, and if you get careless
ywu zorgec nis ugm wun iien
r uiimer last vec: ana come a
way with the Impression that Rob
inson win regMn hia middleweight
title- when he meets Fulhner 1 at
Chicago Stadium,-May
mis is impossible.
' Not While there- still 4s- a fresh
picture of Robinson jstanding in
the middle of the, ring at Madison
Square Garden,- desperately trying
to hold himself together, then pull pulling
ing pulling his head back: out of harm's
way as Fullmer would make one
of those low, bull-type rushes at
mm. 1 1 -, 1

HOOFBEATS

i j r By Conrado Sargetmt

Chalk vp another first for new
President Remon; r a c e t rack
manaeer Pablo A.-. (PaDll Thay
er. Thayer announced this week
that beginning April 2& every
Sunday will be Ladies Day at the
track. This means that admission
will be free to the fair sex,
Thaver nlans to so even fur
thet and may also give tourists
free admission. This move has
already -been adopted Jn several
otner countnea. ,
'.. OOO-
The "Grim Reaper1, cut down
another' racer yesterday morn-
lnat dhilean colt Morenote. a
tmaldenrendrtedlyr died of -natt
' iito 1 ytaiiCA ''. v
'i-f J m OQd '
Four debuants are ; scheduled
to bow into local racing this
weekend.' Two are imported
thoroughbreds an dthe, others
are pure-bred natives, '1
The Imported animals are
the four-year-old colts Gou Gou-vernant
vernant Gou-vernant and Aberargie. Gou Gou-vernant'U
vernant'U Gou-vernant'U a bar son of Treble
Crowa-Marvel. He ts owned by
Gabriel Ossa Vicuna and
trained by Agnstln Soaae Jr.
. Aberargie ia a brown offspring
of -Petition-Sea Pride t II. Tho
Cuadra Mexico owns him and
Larry Tomllrtson Is his trainer.
Both colts have been impress
ive during their work outs and
should be In the (thick of the
battle In tomorrow' second race
all the way. .' r- f
The native' are Chancema
and Taeanica. These two-year
old fillies are scheduled starters
in Sunday's third race. Chan Chan-ceritt.
ceritt. Chan-ceritt. bav daughter of Keyha-ven-La
Chancera, is owned, by
the Haras San Miguel and train
ed by Manuel Rivera. t :
Tangafilca Is by. Ebano Out of
Mete Bulla, she is owned by the
Stud La fnea and trained by
Hua-o de la Penha. Tangafilca has
thua far been much more im
pressive, than Chancer! ta In her
woraouta.
Display Song and Coronation
Day were receptly bought by the
Stud La Enea. They will run
an entry In tomorrow's second
race. Their new trainer Is Hugo
de la penha. - .,
The Stud La Enea also bought
1

4

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Figure

15 ; ROUNDS, ROBINSON
g i-.
Fullmer this way and he
n lost his. title and there
were no
arguments about it. except for the
usual squawks issued for oubne
consumption. Robinson's legs did
not allow him to use the rine. He
had to stay still to preserve ener
gy. ' i, .
The left hand which had wreck
ed so many : good .fighters -: in --the
past was nothing more than t a
weary shove as Fullmer chareed.
Robinson never put- together more
than two punches aU a time. He
hurt Fullmer a-- few times, "but
was rocked and sagging- himself
and m the sixth he went throueh
the ropes from fe bulling attack
and a left hook to the body:
itoDinson s left eye ousted open
late in the fight. He' still tried to
get the' big sharp punch, over.: but
ne was notning more man a semt
tdangerous fraction of the fighter
ne once was., i When, he left the
ring that night; he was neyer go
ing to beat Gene r uilmer : agaui.
lhe impression still- remains.
Remaining, too,: are the utter
ances. of one of his manaeers.' Er
nie Praca.. ."He never opened up,"
uraca said after it. "He was try
ing to last 15. He was afraid to
get knocked out like Archie, Moore
did with Tktterson." f: ,1
4N PIECING1 .TOGETHER
prospectus on, this fight,- a c h a
with KoDinson a year or so ago is
recalled. ,
Clytle and, Tiequest f rom the
Stud Colon Boys,, ,.,..
0Q0
Coronation Day. ChivllLnfO
Heritor, Opulento, and Mossadeq
will race with blinkers in the
future. t
, .i oOo
The Stud Tiburon's colorbeaf-
er, the disappointing Tiburon- is
now being; trained by Melnaldo
uiaz. '1
- ;; 000--' 1 .;
The owners' et seven horses
paid the final entry fees for
the $15,008 added President of
'the Republie Classic which
will be -run aext- Wednesday,
May 1. 1 ,i 1 .
'ine scheduled starteri re
Chiroke, Melendez. Surumeno.
Mossadea. Minuendo.' Empire
iioney ana opuiento. i
000
Twelve Argentine thorousrh-
breds that will be shinned here
by Diane from Buenos Aires bv
Jose Antonio Pausa and Ernesto
Paris are expected to leave Ar
gentina next Monaay.
.The horses, all winner at 1ip
best tracks In their home land.
are Adversaria. Golflto. Colma:
aa. Dagon, Eiagneiia, Hostlgador,
LuisiM), raqupeuto, picarero,
Sinful and Zumar,
, -1 oOov
Osvaldo de Leon; who recentlv
signed a contract to ride in the
U.S., expects to depart these
shores tomorrow. De Leon will
head, for Florida and Sunshine
Part
-r- i'
jRacetfack; Tips
t By CONRADO I
1 .'v.. r.v.v . i
1 Bacana (e) Pinlno
' t Dbplay Song (e) G. Finish
3 Hence V FilOa
4 RegU 1 Corrita
5 Mimi- L Pampanini
6 Celestial FJrer. (e Verygood
7 Escorial . Tiny Brook
8 Lady Edna V"L Jnstlna
Scintillation? '.' Mlebirrpa
la Kensington 4v Moasade
11 Apache .' Don Brlgido
; -'.: ".' ' ; :

Robinson

'eated1
"JSee this face,". he said, "well,
no man is going, to bust this face
up.. You're not going to catch me
taking any beatings."
We'll stick -with this one ahead
of Robinson's latest discourses:
"I fought a dumb ImM ut tim.
And did you eversee me helpless
in 1 rine? Did vou vr to m
unable to defend myself ? I wasn't
tired against Fullmer. I won ,the
lasf round, didn't I?"
i-iay uus fight from memory,
and Ladies '' If thai man
in your lifa has a birth-
day, 'anniversary, ate. In
th near future, why not
1 corns In and sea our com
plete assortrnentofmen'c
' rings . you may find
t just the right gift..,.

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The one we're using says Robin Robin-son
son Robin-son doesn't have the physical e e-qulpment
qulpment e-qulpment the strength, speed and
stamina to stand up to Gene
Fullmer in a ring. Five years a-

go, Robinson would have handled

it with ease. But this is th tnrtntf

Of 1957 and there are only 4 wo'
ways out for the Sugar Man:

He can try and last the dis

tance and finish his remarkable

career by taking a beatine. Or h

can- try- and make the big effort
early. That failing, he 'will be a
KO victim.

Give the fight four, mavbe five

rounds.' Robinson, in this boek.-

isn't going to take a beating for
15 this time. He will give it a'try
and it wont be enough. '. Fullmer

will win by a KO,
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Resorts

FOSTER'S COTTAGES and bit
beach home. On mil past C
aine. Phone Balboa 1866.
; PHILLIPS Ocaansida Cottage
- Santa Clara. Bex 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
1-1877, Cristobal 3-1473.
- Reserve NOW. Inexpensive
' eatiaffing" vecetlont, S a n t
Clara Beach. Shrapnel's fur
. nished -houses.. Phone Balboa
1772., -r
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Big space for
. office in first plant of 22 East
Bio Street No. 24-72 $100.- In-
formation Tel. 2 2718. 8th St.
No. 5-30.
"1
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CAR
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1954 FORD
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1953 OLPSMOBILE
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$1250
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if
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Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.! Jest bulk
nsdem furnUhoe' apartments, 1
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Paaama i-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished a
partments on Via Porras, No.
120, overlooking SAS commis commissar,
sar, commissar, beside Roosevelt Tha Tha-tre.
tre. Tha-tre. Telepone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: On bedroom
apartments, completely mod-,
ern. In construction, ready to
be occupied in, first days of
, May. $70.- Information Tel. 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718. 8th Street No. S-30.
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 smell chil children:
dren: children: : luxuriously : completely
furnished,' large, cool, motqui motqui-tofree
tofree motqui-tofree penthouse epertment
with beautiful view overlook overlooking
ing overlooking Panama Bay, 'living room,
dining room, four large bal balconies,
conies, balconies, three bedrooms (two
ircortditioned), two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, enclosed laundry, com complete
plete complete maid's quarters end
bath; servants and utilities by
mutual arrangement. Pleas
phone home 3-4857 or office 3 3-5384".
5384". 3-5384". FOR RENT: Apartment en
. Vie Porras No. 44 new, mod modern,
ern, modern, Jiving room, dining room,
two bedrooms, kitchen, both both-room,;
room,; both-room,; porch, screened, lots of
water, deposit on Econegas in installation.
stallation. installation. $70, Tel. 3-1863
FOR RENT: Modern apart apart-ment
ment apart-ment of two bedrooms -with
hot water. 5th. street (Campo
Alegre) building "Carlbe". In Information
formation Information Tel. 3-5322.
FOR RENT: $110.00. Two
bedrooms apartment, modern
closets, bathroom, living-.lining
room, largo kitchen, maid's
room with bathroom, leundry
room, completely screened,
hot water installation, private
perking space. Priil No, 23
behind "Colegio Javier Tel.
'3-1382 or 3-136.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, private entrance.
w.iu v.u,miil tut la n-
Largo- Jiving room,?, d I n I n g
room, w bedrooms, 2 baths,
"T . l..lJ:..alh
mala i s;"arTri, tmv ; j.i-y
ega. Panama .3-0873. v
FOR RENT: The Weal 6
' partment for a couple or
bachelor unfurnished. .Hot wa water,
ter, water, near the El Penema Ho
tel. $65.00. can
.-Alt BCLIT. i,Ml IfltBOCt-
run nsnii """"F
ed one bedroom ePertmem,
all conveniences. 4h of July
Avenue. Phone 2 5526 ei2-i 140.
MAYRENTAL: VI Lovely one
nd two bedroom epertments
In new building v Via Es Es-pan.
pan. Es-pan. and 51st. StV"in
La Cresta, El Carmen Chu'ch,
El Panama. Hot water, cedar
closets, individual laundries,
parking. $75 up.v?Mrs. Bren-nan;3-6041.
'
FOR RENT: -2-bedroom a a-partment
partment a-partment in Margarita.. Com Completely
pletely Completely furnished. From M-y
ftoSapt. Call 3 1203 after
4:00 p.m.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 152 Cushman
Motor Scooter. As Is, where, is.
$15.00. Call 4-14.
Houses
FOR RENT: --Chalet at Oelf
Heights. Large garden, living living-room,
room, living-room, dining room, 3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, maid's room,
hot water. Completely furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. Contract car. b arranged
for 3 years. Phone morning
3-2T75. Evenings, 270.
FOR RENT: Brnd nw
two-bedroom chalet, large
porch, garage, specious ger ger-den.
den. ger-den. La C ombre. Phone I-
1133.
FOR RENT: Thro bed bedroom
room bedroom eh let, tw bathroom,
bet water, delicious ellmete,
spacious garden. $80.0. Tel.
3-1133
FOR RENT: Furnished eh eh-let,
let, eh-let, 2 bedrooms. tt -etreet
No. 4 Parqo Lefebro. Phono
1-3887.
FOR RENT: Pumlshod 3
bodroom hele, 2 bemreem,
bet weror. id' room. Near
but t. Tk 2-217J frm
p.m. t 12 1 f
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Wrire to: AtK Bo H4 "A.
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the Bella Viita Theatre.

Automobiles
FOR SALE: Beautiful blue
55 Pontiac Convertible. Looks
now, perfect condition, duty
paid. $2,000 or highest offer.
Contact George ; Hamblaton,
PAA, Tocumon. 1
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmo Oldsmo-bile.
bile. Oldsmo-bile. Automatic Bendix wash washer
er washer 40 cycles. Quarry Height
82-3217. '
FOR SALE: 1?51 Buick
Roadmaster Convertible, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition, new paint,
many extras, $600.-. 142 Ford
Station .wagon nly $Mi- Oa Oa-tun
tun Oa-tun 5-500. -t
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford "air.
Ian 4 door. Practically new
Phono 31133.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford
Ranchwagon, $ cylinder, r.
die and heater, underrating
all convetional accessories, 32,
000 miles, three new tire,
; $850.00. Call 87-3182, Qtrs. 408 408-B
B 408-B Ft. Clayton
FOR SALE: 1949 four door
Pontiac sedan. Good condition
$325.- Cell Roblea office Pana Panama
ma Panama 2-1661, Home, 3-4624.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury
two-door sedan. Excellent con condition,
dition, condition, underrated. Originel
paint, like new. No dent
, Priced to sell at $650. Phono
Balboa 3767 evening to 7.
'MTTpontiea'and Cadillac own own-or
or own-or why don't you hava a er er-tified
tified er-tified rvic? Garage Johns Johnston
ton Johnston look after your repair and
maintenance. Phono 454-A 16th
Molendoi, adoining Civa do
Colon S.A.
FOR SALE: Ford Ranch
Wagon 1953, mechanically
good, a clean car, W5.M-.Pf;
f ice 2-1501 or House 0840-K
Acacia Place, Balboa, h behind
YMCA after 4:15.
t r
FOR SALE: 1953 Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker port coupe ""
or, hardtop. House 2245 Ca'r
St. Balboa. After 2:00 p.m..
FOR SALE: At irftcwBrv;
vlw prlc of SIM, beotiful
blu 55 Pontiac cnvertm e.
Perfect condition. Duty paid.
Contact Georg Hambleton, P
A.A. Toeumen. '.
FOR SALE: -1955 Chevrolet
210 4-door dan. Very good
condition. Hou 04 Ancon 2 2-1373.
1373. 2-1373.
FOR SAL:. -WW
m Tudor; i, black-whit, w-
w, ,rdio..2:2893 Dieble.;
FOR' SALE: 1953 M?.r7'
Mercury. Exeellent nd.tion,
strict malntenence, 20JI08. or or-iginel
iginel or-iginel miles, fer mtlrM.
: $150.00; Can between 5:00 p.m.
nd 1:00 p J- BalboeJW.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevre-
tot "210" V, fc'xelln """'t.'jr;
good 4ire.; Phono Balbo. 2921
or t 9432-H Anew.
FOR SALES- 1954 Stdbjk Stdbjk-.r
.r Stdbjk-.r Cmm.ndr Frdor, two
tone grn, v.rdHv J
',:, now tlr. May a
ZS "I 114-V Ft. G-lick.
Phono 88-655. '';
FOR SALE: -1953 PW Cr m m-brook
brook m-brook Woor dan. Excellent
condition, 4 new trs .-radr
PredT. Mil. Hou. 201-B.
Catun Phono 5-5Uv
"L;dw,;rhr-r.dir.
Amador 228311
Balboa H' 5
lifte insurance
.r, ...,-. jjj r-.-
General Agent r
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, for rates and Information
XCl. mnm r-
TRANSPOmS tAXTlR, $.
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Pba;X-245l zzjlll1
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PANAMA BIDING SCHOOL
Ridiag J4 Claeeae eWhr
J ro $ pjm. r- 2-2451
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TEt. 2-4SS7
Balboa Senice Center
BEAUTY SHOP
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IIM to BJ
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: A few surplus
birds from my aviary: Java
Ric birds; Dickcisseli1; male -Zebra
finches etc. Mrs. Mar Mar-ciacoj,
ciacoj, Mar-ciacoj, BabyLandia Tel. 3-12-59
Bella Vista.
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick with
Dynaflow. Netiow Upright
Grand piano. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Tel. Albrook 4114.
FOR. SALE: Complete am amateur
ateur amateur station NC3000 receiver
new and 100 watt transmitter;
.amplitude modulation com complete..
plete.. complete.. $400.00. House -907 -A.
Ruu f',-f -h
FOR SALE: We have just
received hipmnt of Schick -luminum
pip wrenches from
10 inches to 4 feet. Hardware
items! Binoculars, micro microscopes,
scopes, microscopes, Marin' aupplie,
Hodgeman Air mattresses and
pillows. Hurriean and Td
Williams fishing lackle. YOvl
GET THE BEST. BOY AT Vl
OLETTE SUPPLY. Wm. Via Via-lotte
lotte Via-lotte Supply Service. Phono 3
4318., Ho.4-34 44th trt.
FOR SALE: FerV mad
1-4 Migf Rr chM
grown up. $200.00. Call Pana-
ma 3-1287 or 3-4955., V
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A, DIABLO v
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
The Curunda Po Restaur Restaur-nt
nt Restaur-nt offer invitetion to bid on
contract t operate an UP UPHOLSTERY
HOLSTERY UPHOLSTERY SHOP In Curundd
' C.Z. Prpctiv bidders ; ara
Invited to visit th oprtins.
Bid hould b ubmittd in ;
duplicat. In ld nylope
properly Identified on the out.,
iid7n ,nclidt n
nvelope ddrssod to the in-
tallation Officer jr jheat.
tention of the
ant OHicer. Bids will
ned at 1400 hour on 15 My
1957 In th, Pt Rstyrnt v
i Building. For further' Mrm..T
.Hon cell Curundu 4205 V
4268. : .t.1.
CUN CLUB
NOTES
. PEDRO' MIGUEL
' .m h a inn tarsreitrap
. iiwii, nut yy, :---,,,-
shoot held at iyu J JS'iY
trao range: ounaiyr,.
at 10 a.m. Sharp. ,
i
50 targets' from in;J
Kn targets irom ai,
cap Yardagea.-
$Z? onWh .vent, .wltJ payof
atter eacn evem. p"6"
cenUge, Ave divisions. Ties to
be divided.' The usual 50c. regls regls-teatlon
teatlon regls-teatlon fee wui be coUecid from
all shooters who care to regist register
er register their targets with the Ama Amateur
teur Amateur Trapshootlng Association.
Come early1 and get entered.
Shooting etarts at 10 o'clock.
iKd no entries will be accepted
after first squad has shot ;
. ' tr
This shoot- IS being held as
nrai-tlro for the Ca-
nal Zone State Shoot .which- U
to be held at we uriswu
, S u.mirltl Dev. Tt at)
shooters are Invited to cbme out
mnd warm up. Cold drtaks will
be on Up, self service. :
- FOR RENT:
i 1 bedroom.' 2'
bathroom apartment, baK
. I J .MM Wtt II
COH7, nwiua
bath, hot water, garage
I150J0. Can 2-321, busl-
, -' neat noara.
ELEGANT
" furnished
residence
for reat, from May 15th to
October 30th, altaated atJ9S
s Via Espafta and 15th St "La
Cresta.': Very, tjaavenlent
price; we are Bat aeeklng
hith reat we want the
boas to be well eared. For
farther Information plea
can Thone. 3-4720 Panama
City, or bienire at the rea-
; klene.
TH1
NEW
r! ati on
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
Panama
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Real Estate

FOR SALE: Modern two
bedroom chalet, maid's room:
and Jath, hot and cold water
scroened, yard, patio sliding
door closets, etc. .Phono Ama Amador
dor Amador 5193 from $ to 4, 104 St.,
84 East, between Via Porras
and 50th St. : s
FOR SALE i Fully furnished
concrete cottage, Santo Clara
Beach, leaving. Asking $2800. $2800.-Make
Make $2800.-Make offer Phono Gramlich.
Gamboa 6-441.
: Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Harley David Davidson
son Davidson motorcycle 1955 Model 74,
all extras. Low milloago, Best
offer for cash, Tl. 2-1213:
PWG A Tourney
At Amador
Tomorrow a.m
Tlatsr n1nui r t.h stajtlnK
times. for all matches In the
pwni mnnthiv tournament at
the Fort Amador Golf Club on
Saturday, April 27. The course
will be. reserved for' other
matches until 9 a.m., hence the
latter tee-off times.
0 a m Jeane Morris. Hannan
Clark, Pat Waring. V
B:08Katie Call. Lynn Jones,
Connie Bishop.
8:18 .m-reAn urim, aaam
Hughes, Sylva Carpenter.
9:24 a.m. Kay. vmay. juouisc
Jones, Helen- Schull.
9:32 a.m Lee Knutn, man
Mathieson, Laura Hopson.
. 9:40 a.m. Mary Biggs,; Mar)
SewelW Linda Longmore. : N
9:48 s.m Bev DUfer,; Wlma
Banks, Eve, Wright
9:50. a.m.' -- Martha Brester,
Marion .Taylor, LaNelle Logan.
m'H m i Elizabeth Weber,
10:13 a-m.Barker Bell, B,'J.
Kelson,. Kuta Liamej.' ..:
10:20 a.m. Nellie Humphreys,
Trmo MnlrkV Ben ClineleV.
10:28 ajn. Audrey SauP.
TTfiln Owens, Hester Henderson
ln-Sft em. Bettv Henon.
Barbara Robertson, Cam 11 a
Farnsworth.
10:42 am. Betty Olldersleeve
inn riirii. Fin Jackson.
10:50.--Joan Webb. Polly Zon,
Mickey Oorshe.
for this tournament is urged to
come out to Amador on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, and additional matches will
be set up. v
.I . V V
Paratroopers
. "Vrtlttnne front ful 1
coffee,-a Latin American col
uwl mm- tutia. from th mlli
tary band was lost before the
aggressor threat to the bleach'
er ares was eliminated with
the death or capture of every
' ecurry foe. v's
With Hl.atr fhiu ovffrtpd
Marine Corps Skyralderj began
DomDarama; me enemy's pre presumed
sumed presumed principal defensive posi positions
tions positions no in the hills with live
ammunition naoalm bombs
and 1000-lb. hign-e x p 1 osive
bomh-.. i. .,
. ..A. (.nil, W .M a w-i
Ing about 1000 men. of the 20th
iniantry. witn tneir yenicies ana
fisrhtine; equipment 1 rom Ft
Kohhf Th n.lMii Hi1 not UM
Rio Halo strip, but the grass
Held the paratroops had used as
a Dron zone.
Indication of the speed of
the oeratlon was that thotuch
It took each plane tittle mere
. thaa five mJnute to land, en en-,
, en-, lead Its carro f men and mi
terial and takeoff a rata, thre
.were often more thaa five
plaaes on the field at the
Oama lima.
They were landlnr and taktnt
off at intervals of well under 0"e
minute, haulinr several tons on
CI II ill WTIU M
An estimated 200 tons or more
or Tie-nun- manpower and mi mi-chjnenr
chjnenr mi-chjnenr was nvn into Hlo Ha Ha-to
to Ha-to lost as efficiently If that.
possible as the protected
traller-plrkhoe- system of 'the
renama Kiuroaia.
Canal Co. could lod Didtac-Sc
a C-123 on one of their Tiai Tiai-cars.
cars. Tiai-cars. ..;
(Umr4f- m. Mnv4i.it tnrA
did not havo anythlna; to say
inia. c aner.
c Finally came the demontra demontra-tlon
tlon demontra-tlon or the Super-Rabrea. which
in Exercise Carib-Ez have prov proved
ed proved teir W'tv with the aid of
aerial refuellm to carry an
atom bomb 2000 Btlles to a tur turret
ret turret at average '0 moh. and
to return to base aon-stop.
This demonstrat'oa ander ander-liaed
liaed ander-liaed all tbe mere heavllv that.
Carib-Ex has wrortded the
greatest example of hKtinr
power ever acea on a anaaeerver
la Central or Sevth America.
Hartne- aeen thousands of mil mil-Do
Do mil-Do of dollars worth of the lt-
i rt (vmioment flee orea I tnnci-
batHe. the 500 hih-ranklng Lt-
i in Ametiean rbserrers are r r-.
. r-. lum'r? home ti fT rerfv rerfv-rnprfin
rnprfin rerfv-rnprfin i-onvinrcl tht rr- ''"i
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Hon.e Articles

1 FOR SALE: 8 pc. mahoga mahogany
ny mahogany sectional furniture, i Pnone
88-879 Ft. Gulick.
FOR SALE:' Kenmore au automatic
tomatic automatic washer $95.00; 9 piece
Rattan set $145.00. Albrook 86 86-2102.
2102. 86-2102. '''-.r !,
FOR SALE: Complete din din-'
' din-' ing-room furniture, mahogany
$90.00. Chest of drawer $30 00,
,-Sofa and chair $40.00. Aveni-
d Ecuador No. 20, apartment
4 Martasia building. i
FOR SALE SALE-$40.00.
$40.00. SALE-$40.00. 1546 B
-China
Balboa.
Closet
- FOR SALE: Urgent bargain,
bedroom set, livingroom set,
diningroom t. tove, heater,
youthbed, bby carnag.
wardrobe. Phono 2-3955.
FOR SALE: One bedroom,
set, Continental, good condi condition.
tion. condition. Calle 52 No. 21 Apt. 5
Phone 3-5269. ,
FOR SALE: Urgent bargain
Refrigerator $50.- Gas Stove
S17.50 bd mttrs
household furniture. CM 3 3-.
. 3-. 5692. Apply at 2034 Saban
I1 Rd. 1 1 ,' i' v.
Lesson
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adult Tngr Prtn
Balbo'a 2-4239. Hrntt a n d
, Dunn. 1
Domestic Employes
WANTED: American fam-,
lly wishes .excellent eook to
live In. Apply: 31231 from 9 12.
Pnnamo Lino
' oolllnss
stvt'v.siv (iiKi neers are
iecheduled to saU fromNew' York
Friday aboard the Panama ua ua-er.
er. ua-er. Ancon for Cristobal. Eleven
naMenirer are bOOKCQ lor rotk
au-Prince, HaltU . t
mvm MmnUb advance nassen
r list, for Cristobal follows:
Duane D. Ahderson; Mrs. Pora
Bain; Gen. Bernard cvbhixuu.
Mr. and Mrs. waiter o. uioaci,
I nrl !- TllOTI T.. RrfiWCr aBQ
two children; William Brlceno;
Bernard J. Brown; Mr. aim jyi.
liiulu Rrownell:- Mr. and Mr-
t niirir- Mr ajid Mrs
Frank E. Collins; Mrs. MUarea
Coulter;. Thomas uiiien; xvu.
M. Louise Easterday; Mrs, Alice
A, K. Erlxon; Miss Margaret
Oreer; Miss Catherine ; Greer;
Mrs. Dorothy Gutchess; Joseph
Haberman; Mr .and Mrs. DeWitt
Hanmore; Mrs. Mary Henderson;
and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hill.
r on4 Vrra :."f!rl iDDOlltO.
U!n'tan Tnrvnlito- MisS YVOnne
Ippolito; Herbert Kranier; Mr.
and Mrs. jayj. Lnc; uw-st.
McDade: Miss Annie F. McDade;
Mr. and Mrs. H. Msrkowitz; Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Marks; Mr. and
Mrs; Harry Meaaue; mt.,
Mrs. Albert R. Minor; james
-i,,irn-. nr and Mr.. Chester
Ross; Stewart Q. Russell; Mr.
ana Mrs. jame a. ouwik-.u,
David Bhuster; Mrs. Carol Ann
Dth- Mr end Mrg. Sidney
Smithson; Mrs. Maude Springer,
Mr. and Mrs. can h. Br; xi.
and Mrs. Francis Stefano; Mr.
nrm inhn a. Tavlort and
Mr. and, Mrs. Aiirea m. iomp-
eiU
kins. :,' ? -''
Volunteers Urged
To Attend Course;
For Scout Leaders
A trainlns; course for Brownie
an TntrmMiia.te Scout leaders
started this week at the Marga Margarita
rita Margarita Scout House. . ; j.
The course Is conducted oy
Mrs. Wesley Townsend of Bai Bai-boa.
boa. Bai-boa. and la held on Tuesdays and
Fridays between :45 and 11:15
a.m.' M-'- v?
The coarse started last Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, but anyone Interested may
nmll tfwto.. Thorn eomtjletinc
the course will get training cer-
uitcatea.
The Scouts urgently need
Wrirxv .nd .n interested wr-
sons are requested to attend the
course, which will last for tnree,
weeks.
Israeli Leader c
Arrives In Rome,
Dodges Reporters
Gea, Moste Diyan, Israeli chief
01 sxan. was reporter 10 nave ar arrived
rived arrived in Rome today and Italian
wwrcM uati hm ciinnod to C(m-
Unoe bis varttioa ia spit of tbe
erw ia Jorttru
Iaya bat dodged newfmen sue
csu!iT :nre ht arnved tn l''v

WANTED: Maintenance
: tman experienced in carpentry
.and other related duties, to
work in private Club in the Ca Ca-,
, Ca-, nal Zone. Call Balboa 3218. On-
ly those with experience need
apply';' i

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATE IMMEDIATELY).
LY). IMMEDIATELY). Young lady, bilingual
stenographer secretary, U. S.
trained, experienced, with rf- v
erences, starting salary desire
ed $150.00 For appointm nt
writ to Box 4H9, Panama.
SERVICES
The best dinner and drinks
a r served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel InUrnaeional "PI-
x J rderMeyot'w'"
New .York Journey
ACROSS
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A"
capital of
Shout tt I
7 Muse of 1 I
astronomy K
"Excelsior. r Groups of 1
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21 Change'
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18 carpenter's
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22 Frightened
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23 Executive
21 Attacks
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30 Rave appollatioft j 41
SI Oneratie solo:;
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91 Th
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4 Reply (ab.) r

Meeting Dean Hess Inspiring I
Experience For Rock Hudson
.
"There" are a few experiences in each man's life which
remain blazing beacons in his "memory 'Battle Hymn 1
one of mine." "'- . 1 '
Rock Hudson speaking.
The big, handsome young actor plays Col. Dean Hess,
the famous flying parson, In "Battle Hymn a Universal Universal-International
International Universal-International picture" in Technicolor and Cinemascope
which opened1 yesterday at the Central Theatre. .'-", ;
Rock is a man vho thinks of his Uf e in terms of mUe

'-

Rock Hudson portrays CoL 000 people who had gath gath-Dean
Dean gath-Dean Hess, erstwhUe parson ered in the streets in front
and aee pilot in two wars in, of and adjacent -to the
. "Battle Hymn Unlversal-In- Broadway Theatre. There
, ternationa.1 picture in Technl-was tremendoug applause,
color and CinemaScope star- whistling, stamping.,
ring Hudson. Rock" didn't know it then
5 but that night a star was
born. Studio executives present for the premiere festivities
' were amazed to see the public reaction to a young man
who had appeared in only five pictures. The wheels began
' turning at U-I to build a ladder to the stars for Hudson.
Ths second milestone came with Rock's casting in
"Magnificent Obsession" opposite Jane Wyman. Fifteen
years earlier the same story had established Robert Taylor
as Hollywood's ranking dramatic leading man. It made
Hudwn one of the too ten box office stars.
Th- third beacon shining on the path of Hudson's suc success
cess success is "Battle Hymn" and for the unusual reason that Rock
has been intimately associated with the character he por portrayed.
trayed. portrayed. "V
Col Hess came to Hollywood as technical adviser on
the -exciting story of his life and became very close friends
with Hudson.
-At first." said Hudson, -for a week after meeting Dean,
I was afraid I'd never be able to portray him properly.
Then I came to know the serene, understanding, almost
, mystic quality of the man. He has never been an actor,
knows nothing about the theatre or about a camera, but.
strangely, he has given me more confidence than any r'her
individual I have ever known. To know him Is an ir.; .ra .ration."
tion." .ration."
Out of the trreat strength and compassion thst
' Dean Hess, Hudson has forged a character which
lieve Is hit most sipnificant dramatic portrsv?.1, c
"And." he iiavs. "I've rained one of the great
of my life. Desn HeM Is the finest man I tnv

FURNISHED APARTMENTr
.-wanted by American profes-
cional woman, Bella Vista pre
ferred. Panama 3-5320 be be-'
' be-' tween :O0 and 3:00 p.m.
WANTED TO BUYf Four or
five Shares AcueductO) do El
Valle, S.A. Phone Balboa 15S5
or Balboa 2650. ',
C'- J i -, J .-WANTED:'
WANTED:' .-WANTED:' European cou cou-pie
pie cou-pie with knowledge to produce
women' drsss, seeks th
acquaintance of manufacturer
';. witn a view of producing wom women's
en's women's weer. An interview would
be to mutual advantage. Bx
5045, Panama.
Answer to Previou Puzzlo y
lUrTr-
It til an
. tt Man) mniio
OI 4S.30
square mile
Falsehoods'
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Madden
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44 Girl's nam j
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.. 48 Formerly,,
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A circuit;. I
sobcorcne
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1 Phvllln Gates la the bright
est, but career-wise there
are twd others which are
equally significant v
The first happened ; in
Portland,. Oregon, on a
night in 1952. As a minor
player in -"Bend of the
Rlver with James Stewart,
Rock had been sent north
for the world premiere
featuring personal appear appearances
ances appearances toy Stewart, Julie Ad Adams
ams Adams and other members
nf th cast. Suddenly he
i found himself on a elant
I grandstand in tne- nuaaie
I of a heavy sain facing
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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1957

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USSR Carrying Out Military BuildrUp
0 Satellite Nations In East Europe

Daylight Time Starts Sunday Sunday-Three
Three Sunday-Three New States Enter Fold

' NEW YORK, April -26 (UP)
-navlieht time returns Sunday

and more persons will be Jnvolv Jnvolv-'ed
'ed Jnvolv-'ed in the clock-setting opera operation
tion operation than ever before in peace peacetime.
time. peacetime. And, a United Press survey
showed today, you'll be more
-Jjkfcly to get ,a straight answer
to the question, "What time is
-(Sixteen states, including three
iriew.'pnes, will have daylight
tinW throughout as well as the
".District of Columbia. Twenty Twenty-"tont'
"tont' Twenty-"tont' states will keep standard
'time. Including all the South.

The tlme change begins at 2
I if.m. Sunday local time, and runs
mil the last Sunday of Septem Septem-l
l Septem-l Ber or October, depending on the

aia;
The three new daylight
states are Indiana, Wisconsin
end Afmnesota. Wisconsin
jioters approved the time
mhatinm in an Anril 2 rp.1arp.n

dum, ending a 40-year dispute'.
; Cities fought for it to get an
extra hour of evening sunshine

"for better health, more recreaJ

tion ana ; oeuer lamiiy uie.
Farm groups opposed it on
grounds it would disrupt the
farmer's schedule.' h
T rAi Qno Has Kaon rlr rritarl Ktr

a pntchwork of confusing clock
schedules with a zigzag line runr
mnsrToughly down the center of
the state dividing time zones. A
new daylight time law has teeth.
Officials of governmental units

ignoring it can be fined and jail jailed.
ed. jailed. '-.
Minnesota's Legislature ap approved
proved approved daylight time last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday i ....
But the Tennessee Legislature
banned fast time. The law was
aimed at Nashville, where many
businesses went on "voluntary"
dpyjlfht time last summer. Now
some firms are thinking of open open-dng
dng open-dng an hour earlier and ouitting
an Jiour earlier, and leaving the
clocks alone.
In neighboring Kentucky the

Legislature made standard time
oflicial, but as in the past some

towns will go on fast time "vol "voluntarily."
untarily." "voluntarily." Parts of eastern Ohio will go
on daylight time Sunday and
Columbus votes May 7 on
whether to go along. Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania is another mixed time
state with smaller communi communities
ties communities sticking to standard time.
The lineup across the nation:
DAYLIGHT: California, Con Connecticut,
necticut, Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana,
Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts,
Minnesota, Nevada. New Hamp Hampshire,
shire, Hampshire, New Jersey, New York,
Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont,
Wisconsin, District of Columbia.
STANDARD: Alabama, Arizo Arizona,
na, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida,
Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas,

lAjuisiaua, Mississippi, weDraska
New Mexico, North Carolina,'
North Dakbta. Oklahoma, Ore Oregon,
gon, Oregon, South Carolina. South Da Dakota,
kota, Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia.
Washington, Wyoming v-:
MIXED: Illinois. Kentucky
Michigan, Missouri, Montana
Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia.

No Room
Fpr Tax Cuf
Says Expert

Weather Or Not

This weather report for tb

z tiouri ending 8 a.m. today,
i prepared bv tne Metforolo Metforolo-rtoal
rtoal Metforolo-rtoal and Hydro graph i c
fcfanrh of the Panama Canal
Company:
I r. i Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:

Hirh 90 S3
Low 13 7g
IfT'MIDITY:
High 92 83
tow 50 73
WIND:
(mar. mph) N15 N-18
IMIf (inches) Ml
WATER TEMP.:
(inner harbors) ?S S3
t SATURDAY, APRIL 27
H'GH LOW

1:59 a.m

2:1: p.m

8:08 a.m.
10.I7 p.m.

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i .tf. 8:45, 4:35,

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WASHINGTON, April 26 fUP)
The Administration will vigor vigorously
ously vigorously oppose any tax cut next
year unless the financial posi position
tion position of the Government im improves
proves improves considerably.it was learn learned
ed learned today.
One of the Administration's
highest-ranking financial experts
told the United Press he sees
absolutely no room for a tax
cut of any kind" In current esti estimates
mates estimates of government spending
and income for the current fis fiscal
cal fiscal year and for fiscal 1958,
which runs from July l of this
year through June 30. 1958.
There has been considerable
talk in Congress recently of a
peneral tax cut next year. Speak Speaker
er Speaker Sam Rayburn, a Democrat,
has flatly predicted a tax cut
will be effective next Jan. i
Such Republican leaders as Ren.
William F. Knowland (Calif.)
and Rep. Joseph W. Martin Jr.
(Mass.) have Indicated supDort
for a tax cut to take effect

sometime next year, possibly
Jan. 1.

The administration spokes

man, wno declined use of his
name, said bluntly that "talk a a-bout
bout a-bout cutting taxes next year has

no basis at all unless Congress
and the administration can

make drastic cuts in spending"

ounng- iiscai 1958.

Politicos Expect
!Army To Assume

Control In Haiti

PORT AU PRINCE. April 26

Political sources predicted today
that theeight remaining members
would resign and" the army jrould
take over the country until elec election
tion election day June 16.
Three members of the council

quit Wednesday night. The coun

cil was chosen April C by the cau cau-didales
didales cau-didales for president after gener general
al general strikes forced three provisional
presidents jet of office within four
months.
.
31. Reported Dead
As French. Rebels

eli In AIneria

By CHARLES M. McCANN
K'-rl'-, -f;P:
Soviet .Russia seems to be car

rying out a big military: build-up

in the Communist satellite coun

tries of Eastern Europe.'
The build-uo is reported to in

elude the construction of rocket

and eitided-missile busei in Czech

oslovakia. East Germany, Poland

and possibly Hungary.

The superhighway Autobahn
which extends across East Ger

many is being improved so that

parts of it will serve as landing
striDs for iet fighter planes, ac

cording to one report.
Troop Build-up Roportod :
Russian troop reinforcements
are said to be moving into some

Gov. Poller Briefs
Congressional Group
On Canal Operations
Members of the Congressional
group now visiting the Canal
Zone were briefed this morning
on operations of the Panama
Canal Company and the Canal.
Zone government.
The briefing was conducted
by Gov. W. E. Potter and was
held in the board room 1 of the
Administration Building at Bal Bal-hoa
hoa Bal-hoa Heiehts. Members of the

Governor's v staff and directors
of several bureaus explained the

functions of their units.

The congressmen, who arrived

Thursday by Panama Line, are:
Refis. Joel Tv Broyhlll, of Ar

lington, Va., John J. Dempsey,

of Santa Fe, N.M.; Daniel j.
Flood, off Wilkes Barre, Pa.;
Torbert H. MacDonald; of Mai Maiden,
den, Maiden, Mass.; and John F. Shel Shelley,
ley, Shelley, of San Francisco, Cal.

Brovhill is a member ttt the

House Post Office and Civil Ser Service
vice Service and the District of Colum Columbia
bia Columbia Committees: Demosev is a

member of the House of Public

Works Committee and the Joint

Committee on Atomic Energy;
Flood and Shelley are members

of the Appropriations Commu Commute;
te; Commute; and Macdonald is a member
of trie Interstate and Foreign
Commerce and the Merchant

Marine and Fisheries' Commit
tee.

Consumers Co-Op
Seeks To Open
Two Food Stores
The Panama Consumers Coop

erative will hold a general mem membership
bership membership meeting on Monday

May 6, to discuss the Opening of
two cooperative food stores.
The meeting will be held at

7:30 pjn.'ln the auditorium of
the institute J us to Arosemena.
opposite the Panama Legislative
Palace. v
Now operating a gasoline fill filling
ing filling station, the co-op, which re received
ceived received its charter at the begin beginning
ning beginning of the year. Intends to ex expand
pand expand its activities in conformi conformity
ty conformity with its aims and aspirations.
AU active and associate mem members
bers members and friends are being urged
to attend the meeting.

of the .. countries concerned. In
others, according to. dispatches
from West 'Germ any; garrison
troops are. being replaced- by
fresh units 'i from Russia, which
would' be'- mors ; trustworthy m
event of trouble. TJ
,.V" 4; .';,' 'ViH-
While this 'is going on, tht So Soviet
viet Soviet government also is conducting

a somewnat 'puizung auu cuuu
dictory diplomatic campaign. .,

This includes threats to Allied
PmintriA 1 of frichtful destruction

in event of war. bids for better

relation, with the big Western

powers ; and hints of important

concessions in th current unttea
Nations disarmament negotiations

in- London. :

What the- whole business adds

up to, it is difficult to figure out.
But for one thing, it looks as if
the Soviet government is really
worried over the threat it would

face, if war came, from we oas

es the United States ana. ns buicb
maintacn in the North Atlantic

Treaty Organization countries. ;

v Ftaf Carman Upritinf
Further, although Ccmmunit-

ruled East Germany seems xo De

qu andnougn suiium
ers are W tontrol there, the Rus Russians
sians Russians seem to fear the possibility
that an uprising might .break out

therv at any time.

It must be rememoerea,. vw,

that the satellite countries nave
become economic liabilities since
the Pi i: and Hungsrian .revolts,

and that they are JiKeiy. 10 remain
SO 1-' '

Henc. it may oe inaiyn

rA Kiiiiil tin of mllliary

strength r.no ,irui iwv.

the satellite countries is largely

defensive. r M
.im' that thi. recent

optimism over the possibility that

a start may 00 iu

m m Ant tllflTITlATl- ( i;

That would mean that nt so soviet
viet soviet government? is .ready at last

to agree to umrtea mov

tion 01 muiiaiy wcmu.

Nicaragua Rejects
, 1 ,';.., . '( .?i.v ... 1

HohrJuran Protest
As Incorrect'

MANAGUA; April U (UP)
The Government said it would

reject today a protest from
Honduras charging Nlcaraguan

troops bad invaded Honduran
territory near the Caribbean

The foreign office said last

rrtirht it received a protest from

Tezuclgalpa saying Nlcaraguan

troona had entered Honduras'

territory on the left bank of the
Prntn River! t

"The protest 'lacks foundation
since the National Guard has
not occuDled territory in dls-

nnt hetween the two countries

but' has only kept its position in

territory belonging to Nicara Nicaragua
gua Nicaragua and over which Nicaragua
has maintained constant Juris Jurisdiction:
diction: Jurisdiction: on .the right bank of
the Ruta River" the announce

ment aalL

"Being Incorrect, the facts

stated in Honduras' protest will
be rejected by Nicaragua's gov government"
ernment" government" :" -"

BRENTWOOD, Md. (UP) A
noisy ganjr 'of 1 lecherous frogs
held their own today airainst the

forces of propriety.
But Mayor William H. Smith
said they are merely on proba

tion ana naa oetter watch out.
The frogs, who are in the mid

dle of their mating season,.have
been disporting with gusto and
such loud croaking in a pond in

inis wasnington suburb.
Earlier this week 83-vear-old

Mrs. Mary Harman, who lives
Jiext door, demanded for the sec

ond year in a row that the police
break it ud. She comDlained that.

the frogs were 1 Vdisorfierly and
carrying on" every nlarht until

midnight. -'

,1 1
Police said they couldn't
catch the frogs being disorder disorderly
ly disorderly and turned the problem over
to the mayor. The mayor said
that n two trips to the pond
in the last two days he hasn't
seen a frog or heard a croak.
However, he said if 1 he ts

more complaints from other
neighbors he will get tough.
""I like frogs' he said. "But if
I have to I'll ask the man who
owns the pond to get 'rid of them.

I'll do everything I can to .keep
peace,"

William J. Miller, who has the
pond in his backyard, said he
didn't know anything about the

' "I didn't put them there,"( he
said. ''They just moved 4n.''
But Mrs. Harman chareed Mil

ler "keeps the pond filled with

:"... -V.y m .iitl-y,j V-t f ,j,
"And he used to keep pi pigeons,
geons, pigeons, she said. J'AU the time
they were cooing. Now all the
time the frogs are croaking.
He's a terrible man."
.'The mayor said he felt certain

that if necessary, Miller would

permit extermination of the
frogs.
"He was very cooperative about
the pigeons," the mayor said.
"He had a big loft of them and
used to race them, but he got
rid of them when I asked him.
"Of course, I'd have to do the
asking about the frogs If Mrs.
Harman did it, I think he'd start
feeding them."

few

. ARRAIGN CONFESED slaxk oncemen surrouna xnomas
" J. Hlggins, confessed slayer, of 19-year-old Patricia Ruland,,:
during .his" arraignment in Felony .Court, Brooklyn, N-Y; A

motion, for mental examination, which was introduced oy
Higgins lawyer; i was, rejected by Magistrate Harry Ssrper.
Higgini yill get Another- hearing on, the homicide charge May

Eternal City Boasts Charms Of Past' PlusyLollobrjgida

By POC QUICG
ROME (UP) The Etnpnal fttv

which has settled down frAm fhA

dusty heat of history to sn atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of Indian summer charm,
is like absolutely no other place

on earth.

Where else, pray Juoiter: could

you arrive from the skies by plane
and or the av into, town alnno

the old, old sculpture-spattered Ap Ap-pian
pian Ap-pian Way, pass both the Cata

combs and- Gma Lnllnhrieiria't

house? ,!

The olace fa -almost ion W,a

bite for '.he, casual tourist to swal-

IvV. My friend, and travolins

panion, Harold Blumenfeld, feel feeling
ing feeling the imoact of thu ritu tA k.

first time. sought to tell a

of Romans how impressed he was
He came up, with a high compli compliment.

: ome, ne said, with an ex expansive
pansive expansive sweep of his- arm, "is the

San Francisco or Europe."
; Noisy Highway ;
'"7"'' V ': '

ixne Appian way, .by the wa

has been asphalted over, but

patches where the asphalt has
worn through you can still see the
old pavement of flat sones. And
if your imagination is good, you
can hear the clanging of the char chariot
iot chariot wheels from stone to stone.
Living near such a road in an ancient
cient ancient times must have been noisier

than living near an airport today.

Our touring group of newsmen

wa -m at- it the airoort W repre

sentatives of the commissioner of

tourism with proper vehicles ; for
riding the yi ppia motor scoot scoot-ers.:The'
ers.:The' scoot-ers.:The' group putt-putted off past

the crumblement of old :walls, past

monuments, grazing 'herds ot
sheep, headless statues "inscribed
in Latin .telling of olden deeds of
valor, and an occasional gasoline
convenience with the : Enghs,h v in inscription:,
scription:, inscription:, ','Sbell.'; K ' f
Dining, Roman Stylo
In siditiori'to the, ruins of the
ancient forums -find temples, and
thy archit ;tural and artistic qlory

of St, Peter's;' Rome offers the

glory-of ItalX" ;-cooking,in :such

places as Je Apulems restaurant,

whei$ the hatcheck girl converts
you into an old Roman. k
When you step into the place,
she takes your chest measure measure-.
. measure-. cnt, whisks a n: htgown-size
toga over your suit., and: claps a
laurel wreath onto your 'unsus 'unsuspecting
pecting 'unsuspecting brow. I took one; step and
tripped on my own toga. I sat
down and a companion, said:
"Your lau'els have fallen." True,

The wreath was on my coiiar

bpne, like a necklace.

Thus clothed, you're supposed to
eat 'lying down, v propped on one

elbow, like the ancient ...nomyns.

But the place is so crowueu uiaw

vou have W'eai uie, ucw-iousicu.

" 1 ;

wsiv siitme up in

table.,

at a

Seminary Prof Urges Choice

Between Christ Jim

NASHVUXK, Tenn, April 24
(Xjfi An Episcopal Seminary

nmfMmr told delegates to a

mnfrence on ChrisUaa faith

and human relations here Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night that church people
must choose between Christ and

Jim Crow. i

Dr. James K. Bametfc of Aas-

Un. Tex- told the group:' Tha

lTFns. Aleeria. Aoril 28 southerner can he ted but not be

(UP CTench KOiirres tod-r r

sorted 31 'erron were ki'led in
French-rebel clashes and terror terrorist
ist terrorist "executions during the past
24 hours.
The bodies of six pro-French
Moslems were found near Perre Perre-raux,
raux, Perre-raux, 33 miles oth of Oran.
They were believed to have been

slain bv Algerian Nstionausts.

driven to see that his uitimai

yaity is not to Jim crow.

to Jesus Christ"

hi

In the biggest military opera-' the church must dlrecUy chal-jlove of God."

meeting -on race relations since

the supreme court aeexnon.
At yesterday's session the del delegates
egates delegates will hear an address toy
Dr. Martin Luther Klrr. a lead leader
er leader In the Montgomery bus boy boycott.
cott. boycott. -
Another speaker was Norman
R. Long, 32. bead of a commun community
ity community of inteerated families Pear
Americus. Oa
Long said his group would die

rather than sac tU tee the prin-

of "Christian brother-

but'clples

hood.

Barnett U associate prole mot

of Christian ethics at the Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal eminary of the South Southwest
west Southwest Another speaker. CoL Francis

Pickens.-layman and ciric lead

"We feel that we art partly
responsible for the fear and hate
that has gripped the khiIm of the
people around ns," Long said.
"Wt fed we must stay to help

them and try to speak through

er of Charlottesville. Va, said the barrier with the redemptive

Jon yesterday. French para para-!
! para-! troops flown in by helicopters
'trapped a rebel force ear Teaiet
-) el Haad and killed 20- -

lenee irresponsible leaders. I Long, president of Kotrtorua

The three-car conference u rarms. said tp.at in me ia
f he Jxrtt Southviie, interre- jyear va have been tinder virtual
cicl. inter denominational .siege." s

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