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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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

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MORE TOURIST FLITES
HOMEWARD VIA
;',vamSVO.y
; : an; iNDEPEKDErnyIlE ; daily;: newspaper; ,
x IVII I SKY
, ,?If litj people know the truth and the country U $mfeil Abraham Lincoln.
Mad TEAR
PANAMA, R. P, MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1957
FTTI CS7

r

$19,475

Has

.! An Ancori resident William W, Wood, was ttill slightly
'shaken today aftei4 a burglar who made bff with $19,475
rworth of stocks' and bonds from his residence Friday night,
, called him up twice over the weekend, to arrange for a

rendezvous to return the, stolen property,

The ; stock i and bonds stolen Friday night from
' Wood's cottage at the end of Morgan Avenue have all been
recovered, and Canal Zone police, today were pressing theii?

search for the burglar or burglars.

Wood, a supervisor for the Balboa branch account accounting
ing accounting office' of the Maintenance' division is out some small
items but police, were able to recover a radio, electric
shaver and silverware, In addition to the stocks and bonds.

Classified Pay
Raise Chances
,n It" l!"
A' 'Vi' "'-r i
"The prospects-'for clasified em employes
ployes employes getting pay increase in
the near future are mighty slim'
according to two visiting Congress Congressmen."5
men."5 Congressmen."5 -' Lti,' $
Their unofficial report was: that
ithe proposed legislation ; now be be--
- be-- fore Congresi batjL little, chance of
passing.,. rVi-;vr.; 4J
"They 'were not-, W all ptimis ptimis-tie.'V
tie.'V ptimis-tie.'V said Rufus Xovelady, natio national
nal national Vice-president of the Ameri Ameri-'
' Ameri-' can' Federation rroliijCrOYernmeqt
Employ e .today, -tr T
- Lovelady, together with H.' Can Candy,
dy, Candy, vice-president of Xadge Jli,
' AFGE, spoke wi'i' Co"jrpsmn
'-Daniel J. Flood v Pa 1 I -resentative
Joil X, Aiui .i tu tu-.
. tu-. Va.) before they let the Isth-
The AFGJ5 men were mainly In Interested
terested Interested in t discusing thf, pros-
pects of a pay increase for clas-
- Hfied employes .wim iiroyiuii wno
la a member of the -Post Office
and Civil. Service Committee of
the. House. They said ,that, lood
1 at in on the meeting w
t Both congressmen agreed that
there. was a slim chance for the
bay legislation being- passed due
to aa "economy wave. f
JCWripilind Cbi
2$! Prcblsni Undci
Jci:n::iic Proba, :
A party of scientists organis
ed by. suniora nesearcn insu
lute of Menlo Park. Cal.. are
IsiUng Chlriqul Land Co. ba
nana plantations in Armueiies
and Alffllrante studying : pest
snd diseases attacking banana
and other tropical crops, it was
learned today, v ;
- The tropic research tour Is
tDonsored by United Fruit Co.
and organized by Dr. Harris M.
Benedict, senior plant physlogrJ
1st at Stanford Researcn- inati
hit ..- ' .'.-:-. i-,- -. ;
The research mission Includes
adine plant research special'
ts of the United States. ;
Accqmpanyuig me scirtiuai
barty fes host for United Fruit
CO. 14 jh naruey ttowe, unvu
rice president for research.. H.
Redmondt president of UFCO.
as pointed out the large an-
tual losses in banana industry
lcurred by tropical plant and
loll diseases which Affect not
inly the company but the econ econ-mies
mies econ-mies of .the producing coun counties..
ties.. counties..
alio ymij Hi c viaiMiig cacii
taental farms, research stations
tnd UFCO plantations la Bon Bon-luras,
luras, Bon-luras, Costa Rica and Panama.
rTi tnur was rnnrolVMl hv Ttr
. f. E. Hobsoa, vice president of
tTCO and former director of;
Stanford Research Institute, 1
tlth Dr. Hartley Rowe In sup sup-sort
sort sup-sort of the company's long long-ange
ange long-ange research program to bring
. Jh best scnentifle talents to
sear on the problem of tropical
Usease ana pest control.
Mo Treaty Action
This Session?
1 A Isbe officiel frew Wishing,
ton give seme Indication tedef
that there w not mwch thence
ef the t;Ietie which imple
enr the ecent US-R" Treety
Wing ped et this seen tit
. Cengret.'
Werd te tKit efhrct wet. re re-Mved
Mved re-Mved fo4r by Rirfv Levele
if, itetienel vice prtido ef the
Ameriret; FdrioH ef Cern-
)mwm e.ce.

Burglary

Victim 'Slightly ShooV 1 HEW'
s 1 ... O ," 'v I ; I (

The theft occurred sometime be
tween 10 and 10:30 p.m on Fri
day when; the Woods were play playing
ing playing bingo ait the Army-Navy Club.
Saturday morning Wood re received
ceived received a first call from a man
who said he v had found t h e
stocks and bonds nd wanted to
return them They arranged to
meet at the Balboa bowling al alley
ley alley at 4 p.m. Wood was told to
stand at the entrance of the al alloy.
loy. alloy. But Jh caller never showed
up, 1
On Saturday night the Woods
retired at about 10 p.m. At 10:30
pan. the same voice cauea ana
apologizea tor not Keeping me ear earlier
lier earlier appointment. ' x
"va. you atul want tnoso pa
pers
inrs? 1 ne sRea..
. ('Wen, I can i get them replace
ed.f Wood is reported, to
nave
.anawered'i him. - .'A -t'
;'But l now you need the pa pa-pers,
pers, pa-pers, and I need the money.
rteJ it bid. Could you let me
have S5Q?" the caller demand-.
-Wood'toid; him he didn't have
that much money in the nous but
thougnt perhaps e could; borrow
Fa was then i' tructed to r,t
, 1 in t r ""i ?"1 it at
the maitt s j i 1 t-tlic
riuhhmiji st 8 a.i... on Sunday.
Weed teld the man he wouldn't
do it, the burglar then askeel in
a hurt .vole:.'. .t
' , "What's the matter don't y
rut me?" ' 1
r Wood toldjbim he didn't trust a
thief. C,'.;
Arranaements' were thea made
for a boy to go over to the appoint-
ed place with the stocits ana oonas,
wuwl showed ud there at 8 a.m
and at about 8:30 a little boy hard
ly old enough to waue, toaaiea ov over.
er. over. H said be was looking for a
man with a bag. .
Wood asked the child whether he
had a bag to give him. in exchange
hut the boy shook- hU head and
ran off.- .- I .'-
-It la understood that defectives
trailed the. bey and were able to
'recover the bondi from a per person
son person who was acting as interme interme-J!k
J!k interme-J!k tn tha case. ''
'-iooay vtheyA were still tracking
down the burglar. .:. ..; r
, Mnaflwhile it was learned that
Wood, whose house naa neen ran-
irH vear l pa dv uuau our
tos, a young convict, had asked
nniii. whotnr uiere wis mu vvs-
sibility that this burglary was si-
so commuiea Bysiuiuw.
v uhn. had mane nis
fourth break out of the- penitentia
ry, was back in a jocnea ccuj
Santos w- picked tipneas Jaque
Ucr R-nH etter a two-week com-
u;nt p.n.ma end Canal Zone po
lice search. He was returned to
Canal Zone custody and u non at
the Gamooa penuenuary. ......
$500 Bail Set ?
On Ld Bocb School
Burglary Charge
Ball of $5Wf was set today In
the case of a man charged with
havlna- burelaxlzed the La Boca
Elementary School la.t night.
The defendant,, io-year-oia
Marcos A. Herrera, a Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian accused of removing brass
fittlnes from water faucets at
the school yesterday at about 1
p.m. .''
The government y asked that
the case be continued until Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday morning. Herrera has a
previous pouce recpra.
Judge Displeased
By Winking Woman
SANTIAGO, Chile. April 29
(UP) A wo ma a defendant who
winked at the kidJze faced a
possible Cl-day Jail sentence today
for contempt of court-
Jodge Anialdo Astrosa repri
manded Mrs. Maria de la Cruz,
a lormer member of the Cnueaa
senate, for winking at tira durin(r
ber trial m connect.on with ber
tlieced oro-Peron activius. He
said her aciocs cou'.i have been
interpreted as indica. of t tie
betweea tnem. He a5c"d that a
charge of disresjvt
arsinsi ner. fut,.;c
prosecutor)
the Cl-dav sfnVree. I

In Belboa

DEMONSTRATION IN JORDAN1 policemen protect themselves with shields from rocks
being tossed by demonstrators in Amman. Egged on by agitators,' thousands of Jordanians
surged through the streets of the capital shouting against the Eisenhower Doctrine and Jor.
dan's pro-Western -government after -a general strike was called by Communist and other op opposition
position opposition parties, After the. leaders of the demonstrator talked with a member of parliament

the strike was called off.
Saud Saves
Jordan; Price;
Still, Unknown
' JERUSALEM. Israel. April "29
fUP) Jprdan has escaped being
carved up by her Arab .neighbors
because of King baud s interven
tion with Egypt and Syria, inform
ed observers said today.'.. r ;
.:':' ..;. 3..
ft was believed the Saudi Arab Arabian
ian Arabian king told the Syrian and Egyp
tian delegations which visited him
in Mecca .that tne. united Mates
intended to; intervene .r militarily
should they try to-tear. Jordan a-
The observers said Egyptian
President Gam-?! A' .'c.l "N a i s c r
was cwvHord 1 rause he f'"l T"t
uunt f-.irtm r tnmhlft sftpr L t'g
defeat in the Sinai Desert ami his
current gams in the Sues CanalJ
disDUte- t l
Sources here believed Saud. was
likely to extract a price from Hu
sein for saving his neck, but what
that price will be was not known.
y y ? '4-
Sfdcnfi Repslcr i
Fcr Lalin-Amcricun.
Schools this Vpc!:
. Kindergarten and First Grade
students and air other eligible
students who will attend the Ca
nal Zone elementary schools In
Latin- American communities
this year, for the first time, may may-register
register may-register this week, it has been'
announced by the Division ', of
Schools, j y,
Registration for these "stu "students
dents "students wlU be held in the office
of the principals of the schools
each morning from 8:30 o'clock
until 12 noon, from Monday
through Friday. .... :;.
... ".i a
- Ages for the youngest groups
df new pupils have been defined
as follows: New pupils who will
be seven years old oar before;
April 1, 1SS8, will be admitted1
to grade L New pupils who will
be six years old on or before
April 1, 1858, will be admitted
to kindergarten. Parents should
present birth certificates of
their children when enrolling
new pupils. i.
Students who will attend the
high schools in the Canal Zone
Latin American communities lor
the first time have been regis registering
tering registering with- the principal of
these schools since April 15.
Registration will continue
continue through Friday, May
School authorities estimate
that approximately 3,900 stn-
dents in kindergarten throu pa!
Grade 12 will attend the schools)
in tne iaun American tommu-
nities this year. Classes wU start I
officially May e.
Five
Members

Dulles: WecktriSummerfield,

WASHINGTON. April CJ
fTJP) Five members of PrebW
dent Elsenhower's cabinet rray
re si en soon, accordlca; to Inforn-
ed GOP circles.
Perretary cf ffense Charles
K. Wtlsoa and Treasury Secre-

be kxleed.Ury Geonre NL Kurr.phrey, pre

viousiy have been reported 'ready
to return to private ; e.
The GOP circles sa:i tirts

Carib-Ex Paratroopers and Planes

Head Home Marine K Navv Remain

" ""fTw lsmw-"Vmu"

With Eiercllt rARIR.FT
Navy. Marino and Air Force

South America officially endinr yesterdav. the nartlclnatlnr

units, and the men that made them np, are heading back to
the United Sttaes nrond ef k fob well done.' v ..r

1 Members of the 2nd Battalion : Combat Team f th. SMih

Airnorne. inianiry laid aside their weapons and packs after last
l.'.! .1 W MM.knl. A B '. . 4 . .. t

j v imiNvuuio hmuu
paced return" to Fort Brarr. N.
Division. i 1 v
f. The Provisional Marine Air
Group, which has been in the Csn-
ai zone since tne first part : of
March, started phasing out ..with
the first group leaving this morn
ing, and three additional groups
leaving tomorrow, Wednesday and
Thursday. ; -v ';
C-.; f i,,e 14 B-57 jet
bomber, making up part ef -the
Composite Air Strike Fore e.
from Langley AFBr Virginia ere
left St Howard Field. Two ef the
'plane left Saturday and nine
yetterday. The remaining three
Will, leave tomorrow morning.
Amphibious Group 4. with a
force strength of 7500 men snd 23
ships, plus the 8th- Afanne Regi Regimental
mental Regimental Landing Team, which
made the amphibious assault on
the Atlantic side last Wednesday,
will leave here in two groups, May
1, and C; ? w.i ';
During their time In the lone
the Marine end Navy personnel
are being given routine shore
leaver .. .-, r r-4
4 r-4 Tha Btrikinf mobility f the sir.
borne combat team Was demons
trated this moraine as the advanc
ed elements winaed toward fJortn
Carolina less than 24 hours ., after
ha maneuver had ended.
Heaw eauioment and; adminis
trative material also started leav
ing Albrook AFB this morning in
28 Air .-force riymg oo-
cara"' and 20 C-123 ."Provider- air
craft... -.'..'
The main bodv of the paratroop
ers in the 1000-maa team wui 101
Potter, Schull-
Depart; Rodiman
Acting Governor
Cant Warner S. Rodlmon, ma
rine director of the Panama Ca
nal Company, is acting governor
of the Canal zone, in tne aoaence
from the Isthmus of both the
governor and the lieutenant
governor. ; .
" oov. William X. Potter left
1 early this morning by plane for
Washington to auena nearmsra
before the senate Appropriations
Committee. Be will return to the
Canal Zone next week. Also at attending
tending attending the Senate committee
hearings are Philip L. Steers. Jr..
comptroller, and Leroy B- Mag Mag-nuaon,
nuaon, Mag-nuaon, chief of the Budget
Branch.
IX Gov. H. W. SchulL Jr, al-
a 1-ft tnHav anI will iini
from the UUimus until May 4,
Ha is oa a vacation trio to South
America.
.. This is the second time since
h o a 1 m on amvea nere len
months ago that he has beea
'actlnc governor.

Of Ike s Cabinet May

other cabinet members who may

btrw out sooa are Secretary or,niaored, and oenieo,xor monuu.

SUte John Foster Dulles, secre secretary
tary secretary of Commerce Sinclair Weeks
sod Postmaster General Arthur
S. summerfield.
, Wilson and Humphrey
were
expected to stay 011 onUl
after

i the outcome of the con cresaion aj j that he had "been In the Cabin-
fifhts over a r propria Uons, deet nich longer thsa I originally
Ueaae acl Uki 'pUrj-.ed,

ih larva. .faint IT 1 A

exercise er hfH k r.n(ni
tu prepare lor llie tEBRI J OjulCK-
C, home of tha 82nii Airhnma
O r V
low tomorrow,' transported in JO
ffllhAm n att-naaai .. .. i
s: '-fThe lr movement and para
ehute ''drop., while spectacular,
are enly part, of a 'day's work,"
explained U. Cel.. M.. H, J Par
, n, combat team'' eemmanderi
t'We take It In atritie at jut one
"way f reahino the fight.''
The team'a rear detachment will
complete' .their return j to Fort
Bragg home of the globe-trotting
tuna on inursaay.
Ccn:l Acccpllno
Summer Bids For
4-tt: ii-,;v'i.ii-;.,Jifi-';'i' ;r
Applications are' now- beini re
ceived by the Employment and In
timation Division of the Panama
Canal Company's Personnel Bur
eau for 83 students ssistant sum summer
mer summer vacation positions which have
been authorized by Gov. W. E.,
rottwv'V..,
Sixty of the summer vacation
Jobs will be held by high school
students. The' remaining 25 will
be assigned to college students
who will be paid. a somewhat high
er rate than ilw high school stud
ents but who slso will be placed
in work of the type in which they
are specializing in college. ; j j-The
The j-The summer vacation Job per
iod runs from June 4 to Septem
ber 1.
Application blanks for these po positions
sitions positions have been placed in the
Cristobal and Balboa High School
offices and in' the once of the
Canal Zone Junior College
Parents of students attending col
lege in the United States who
migni oe inieresieo in wcc sum
mer jobs should get in touen won
the Employment and Utilization
Division, Building 69, Boosevelt
Avenue. Balboa, either by tele telephone
phone telephone or in person, in order to
obtain the. necessary application
Accident Brings j-:
$10FineToOwnerv
Tor Dermlttlnr ah unlicensed j
f r
operator to onve bis car, r eiipn
Tablate Garcia was lined s 10
today in the Balboa Magistrate's
rvmrt .. . 1
The chaire against the 64-i
year-old Panamanian was en
outgrowth of an accident in
which the driver-of his car. a
man named Pedro Matos,
was
involved.
Police were still Investigating

sthe accident.

Wilson, Humphrey On List

"Wilson's resignatloa has been
Report that Humphrey la
leavina: sprang p again last
wrek and the Treasury secreta secretary
ry secretary himself dropped stron htnt
that he plana to resign scon
Hurrphrev saJd It was well knows

, I u

THE PULSE ;
HP PANAMA Vil

Dr. Arnulfo Arias will retire
from public life and make his
home tar Argentina, according
to an -item in todays La nora.
The article says an official
passport has been Issued, and
Panamanian embassies through throughout
out throughout Latin American have been
instructed to offer all assistance
to Dr. Arias In his capacity as
Ex-President of the Republic.
It Is not yet known who will
take over leadershln of his' Par-
tldo Panamenlsta in r, Arias'
absence.
A $700,000 deposit made by an
SoneLVy?
-The' company petrbquimica,
s. A.j contracted with the gov-
ernment to start building a
, j ...
"JTj ""..i JLr
Ion, and' posted the amount.
which will now go to the Treas Treasury,
ury, Treasury, since the refinery .is not
yet. under construction. v
Chltre has been chosen as the
site for the Third National Mun Municipal
icipal Municipal Congress, according to the
Spanish-language Panama W a a-merica.
merica. a-merica. Delegates to the Second
Congress also voted on a resolu resolution
tion resolution regarding the election, of
mayors by popular vote,
' Several s traffic' accidents?- oc oc-cared
cared oc-cared in Hhe interior during the
weekend, but therewere no se severe
vere severe Casualties,'
T'.o soldiers from Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton and their women compa
nions were injured when a 1 af
driven. by Robert Dean Murphy,
21, overturned in Pacora. The
other soldier was Arnold Allen,
. In Veraguas an official truck
collided with a passenger car.
injuring three occupants of the
car.. The truck was on the wrong
side of the 'road, according to
the wiicial report.
on a highway outside Colon a
commercial -vehicle overturned,
injuring iouiv passengers.
fr
Dn.ish Governmeni
To Cut Army Biidgel,
Pull Out Of Korea
' LONDON, April 29 (UP) The
Government today announced a
cut of 280 million dollars over last
year in the 1957-58 Army budget
ana saia Army strength will be
stripped from 373,000 to 335,000,
A Government White Paper on
the Army said the "budget esti
mates for 1957-1958 will be $1,043,-
9on om ; v
It also announced that all Brit
ish forces are being withdrawn
from Korea during the forthcom
ing year. -The
White Papers said the
strength of the active Army bad
been reduced in the last 12 months
by 35,000.
, It said Britain bad decided -to
forego all training for part-time
national servicemen in 1950 and
said the .Central Army Reserve
has been reconstituted in the Unit United
ed United Kingdom and that the reserve
army is to be organized lor limit limited
ed limited or global war.

Four Vcstcrn CountnesSpurn Red
Protest To Forming Cornriion Market

MOSCOW, April 29 (UP) Four,
West European countnea today
rejected as unfounded the. Soviet
Union a protest agamst tne rorm
ation of Euratom and a common
i niirkl. ......
Tha ambasadors of France,
West Cennany, Belgium and Lix
: Three names have been xnen-
uocea as possioie "P'wt'"?""
tnr HumDhrey. They are Robert
,B. Andersom, a Texas Eisenhow-
er Democrat and former Depu-
ty Defense Secretary: Undersec
retary ol Treasury W. Banooipn
Purees, and Lewis W. Douglas,
former Ambassador to Britain
and
Jder i
v.fc
and onetime budget director un-
presideat Franklin D. Kooae-

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StaQeo-As

LONDONApfil 29 (UP) News ogencies of tht
Soviet Union and Communist China today accused th
United States of trying to intimidate the people of Pan
ama. , f ,
They accused the Americans of staging militcr
maneuvers(''with the intent of threatening the Panama
nian people'' and squelching the "growing demand" f
the abrogation of, the Treaty of 1903.
hr, Both agencies referred to Egypt's nationalization 0

the Suez Canal.'
The Russian fieericv said:
1 "The United; States has resort-
ed.to an.ODen military display,
the only object of which was to
remind Panama 01 wnat couia
haoDen if that countrv should
follow Egypt's example and na
tionalise the Canal."
; The i agency, eitej the "en
slaving, Treaty of 1903, by
which the Canal Zone cut
Ill Cms !..
Probe Under Way
' The Port Captain's Office In
Cristobal- is holding an investi
gation today? Into ; an accident
which occurred yesreraay aiwsr aiwsr-noon
noon aiwsr-noon v wheh the British ship
Rangltata ran aground at the
north end of Feha Blanca Reach
in Oatun IAke. v
' First reports Indicate the ac accident
cident accident was probably due to en
gine failure; There, was appar apparently
ently apparently ho damage done to the
vessel which was able to back
off without assistance and con
tinue heir northbound transit.
Norton rand Lilly, agents for
the ship, stated today that the
Ranrltata' left Cristobal at 10
a.m. bound1 for London, A diver
went down last: night to make
a survey of the damages and
reported that there were none.
Because the Kangnata was
filled to capacity (she listed
395 in transit passengers),
they were unable to give e- 1
commodations to William M.
Barr, assistant steward of the
-sister ship Bangitoto, who 1 is
now still at the Corosal Im Im-.
. Im-. migration Station awaiting
space on ship bound fr Lon-
don..' r r'''
Barr was taken Off the Rangl Rangl-toto
toto Rangl-toto Friday- and was held 'by
Zone authorities for questioning
in the death of a crew member
following a fist fight in which
Barr was -involved.
When the District Attorney's
office absolved Barr of any
blame in the death, he was sent
to trie immigration station 10
wait for a chip back to London.
The Rangitata originau y was
slated to provide the steward
with transportation.
embouTg delivered the notes
the Soviet Foreien Ministry
reply to a Rusian statement dated
March 16. ...it, ;
The Italian government is re
ported deliverinc its reply to the
Soviet Embassy in 'Rome, while
the Netherlands is still undecided
whether to reply or Hot. -, -Details
of the Western notes
have not been disclosed, but em-
bay sources said they made the
following points:
They rejected the Soviet
charge that the common market
and Euratom would be used for
aggresive purposes directed s-
gainrt the Soviet Union.
Euratom- and the common
market are based on the princi
ples of international cooperation j
a policy for whica tne soviet un union
ion union itself has repeatedly agitated
The rotes, similar but not wen-
tieal, aaid that under present pol
itieal conditions tt is easwr to
achieve cooperation between -un
Uia of Similar economic systems.

Carib-

11
mm
-1 V V
off from Panama is openly
administered, by the United
States."
The Chinese agency, quoting 1
recent interview in a : BnusI
daily in which the President 0
Panama, Ernesto de la Guardia
declared Panama sovereign ove
the Canal Zone, said:
"He recalled that since thi
Egyptian nationalization of th
Suez Canal Company the'-pcopr
of Panama h.u-- Cfinnded thi
the Panama ci..l al.o be nn"
tlnnn ;vpd
ii'is ou! -ry has alan-H' th
Government of.-tiiS" t r-u.
States.
"In order to faci;..Ai i 1
economic and military prowl ;
in Central and South A:,-e,-:,
as well as in the Near East, 11
American government has no noways
ways noways wanted to take over t. ;
Panama Canal permanently.
"But the Panama Canal te
longs to the people of Panan a
and they can count on the bade
lng of all the fair-minded pe
pies of the world in their demauc
for its return."
onsfenf Offender
Agaiml Zbnel:;:i
ScnlToGsinL f;i
A man who had been admoni 1
ed by Canal Zone police sev
times nor to break the law a ei
he had been given a suspen l e
sentence has bad his probation ro
voked. and has been aent to nam
boa to serve three, years in tht
Dennis L. WUson.a Panama
nian, was originally eonvictrd o
grand larceny in the Cristobal Dj
strict Court on Oct. la, im, al
sentenced to a three-year tei i
which was suspended for a ccn
of five years on condition that h
did not. violate jy of the laws a
Panama or the Canal Zone,
la 1955 he was fined $10 in a Co
Ion traffic court for driving
out a license. He was warned b)
the Zone police at that t:me, bul
got off with only a warning.
On Jan. .11, 157, h. was
triad In the Crittobal M a g i a a-tratw's
tratw's a-tratw's Cowrt m twe traf. ,c viola violations
tions violations and fined-, $15 on teh
charge. Again police ac!-ncnih-d
him not te reak any laws
' Panama jt the Zone.
Finally, on March 24, t e ytu-
fnund loiterinff oa Fran:' v. a ni SL
in An coo at 3; 40 in the ni.rning.
A policeman told him to c back
tr Panama since be bad n? busi
ness being in the Zone.
About an hour later, the-tamt
officer 'picked Wilsm. up near tha
Motor Transportation Division. -The
defendant claimed that he fount
newspapers be was carrying near
an Ancon residence.
Wilson was arrested for vagran vagrancy
cy vagrancy and the following day was pv pv-ea
ea pv-ea a five-day J il sentence b UX
Balboa Magistrate.
When thia record was submit submitted
ted submitted to the, District Auorrev's of office,
fice, office, a request to suspend wjson'i
probation was acted upon by t&e
District Court judge. ;
Panamanian Driver
Pays $40 In Fines
A toUl of $40 in r.rvs s im imposed
posed imposed on Leroy W. It" r p;cn. a
33-year-old Panama- .n no
came before the Bal ::;--
trate today,
He was fined $25 f r v- w w-fully
fully w-fully di5Diavir.g a t an
plate which had not t i nied
lor nis vcnicte
On a second charr- r :
pi crnt a !:-'- '. t
$13 l.r.e hi



""' TTOFANAj'AMEEiMM NEWSPAPER1' V... ; 'r1&&?

J Labor News'
J Comment t

TAGB TWO

15!f;THE:PANAMA AMERICAN;n?II

WMI ARB .LHI VfTHi rmM AMERICAN PUBS. INO.

(.-v fsundu ar ni.oi nouuniu in ta

i IMiniODIO ARIA. IDITSR

illtuq jj ; TSLfPHONI S-O740 9 Lmi
tl",''T CAttt AcptttWi PANAMSRICAN. PANAMA - ' i
CM mett it.i7 csNTftAt avcnuv arrwrci 12 rH and istm eraser
rMIN WrAeeCNTATIVI, JOSHUA B. POWinS, NC
' S , 4 MABKON AVI. NIW YOHK. 1171 N. Y.
Xt'"'",J' '. v'';-':; 'i,,'f.Sv:lff",:Jti,v.rp'rii'iv;,-v v,,.. mm ..
tiir"'''"- '''"'"1 ' .' -70' a. bo
V fe aix months, m t.ao ." is oo
eN( 'TCn. 'lit ta.BO (4 OO :.

SC.'

S"

THIS IS YOUR FORUM TNI RIADERS OWN COLUMN

The MH In m am forum fr raadart f Tb Panama Amarlcan

jUHart ara tnh4 fraHfulIv aaa! ara haadUa' ia a.whslly canfidanrUI

H y cantribura a latttr den'r ba impatlanf If H doain't appear tha

t j atj(f day, Lattar ara aubluMid in tha ardar racaivad.
flwaa try ta kap tha lattara limitad ta ana aaga lanflth.
. I' Idantir ef Ictrar trritcra it hald in atrktaat caafidanca.

Thh aawspapar auumat no raapaaribiliry far ttatamantl ar apinient

, uarauad ia lanara from raadaia.

.ts

THE MAIL BOX

AUSTRALIAN BSEF

I sir: .. . ;
J I iave. .been dttin: back lor about avAweek reading; and;lis.

teniug; to lot of talk about the abuse Panama Is receivetag; In

i tue Australian oeei aeai. une oi tne auegauoaa is we viomuon

ot the eighth point of the Memorandum or Unaerstanding.- point

eight has nothing to do with the oeei aeaj ao Jiei s iooK.at, point

No.

7, which doe. .. ; ; ru f s J I

Item aeven .aayi in effect that "'Canal. Zone agencies and
thm imiti irnroaa mill rnnt1nn tn. afford to thp ronomv of

Panama- iull opportunity to 'compete' f of. the fcalejro!" auppues,
materials and equipment lor "use in thZcm.ityrr!
. Inclusion el this policy .s itatementwaal : ffajM' the ITS

negotiators, were willing- to go ln meeung the Panamanian oe
rtmnri that fthe:US nurchase all Items needed In the Zone (ex

cept for warvmaterlel) from Panamanian production, commerce

; or lnaustry, suDject to certain provisos on price, quauiy mu
availability. To have gone beyond the concession which the US

made would have invoivea tne us governmeni in a Buoss:aiza Buoss:aiza-Uon
Uon Buoss:aiza-Uon of Panama's economy? v 'fxf

Now let's look at the three provisions above. First is the
price of 22.9 cents a pound.- -3an and will the Panamanian

cattlemen meet it? ,
, second la ihe aualitVi Is any of the Panamanian beef

grain-fed, whicMls-one of the prime .prerequisites neeessarjr 4o
produce Ch6ic.beef ? : ; ,J C ; : 1 j J ft

- Third Is the availability. If there is such a surplus or neei
in Panama, why doesn't the Panamanian government buy it
arid help feed the thousands of hungry and unemployed people
Why "so jauch unemployment? That 4 good question, could
It be because of the treaty, or-old. it,'"be because of political
promises of Bread and Liberty? A lot of food hard working Pan Pan-i
i Pan-i manlans got their liberty from Zone Jobs because of the treaty
rnd now they have no bread. : .What is being done to relieve
this Situation? twjwt:''
; 1 t 'n. ronai v.nnm la tinrtlnr the merchants and -producers

of Panama, then why doesn't Panama refuse the thousands of

"-nds of-muk and cheese that, carb, senas aown; j. u ii ju
' They have been so used to sitting on their backside so
: and holding out their hand for something free that t hurts

-' they, xninic uia5 mcy miijuj mt w u
V While wer art Hiking about helping the poor people,- let s
i-nl. .Jt a5Jit thine called the lotW Who does it help

at'chane.jloyouave

' Z fnn Inner nn when

T tsbegKlhitth. commissary toeU them rice, because of

V" J--- .. .... 4

know the truth and the country is saie.: v i-.w p." "V"

cractlce by the Panamanian government inica """"hs
self be blinded by a bunch of politicians the whole picture would

be different. That's au xor now. .,
. Lover Of Good Steak

By VICTOR R1ESKL

; .; Sprinq;ComesOAWashinat

BALBOA GAS STATION

' sir:
' Have. our Lords and Masters on the Hiy waited their turn
. at the Balboa gas station lately? If not. then why don t they
' buzz that way some Saturday, Sunday or holiday and see for
i themselves the mess it is in.
i Cars are lined up away back on the hill, while one man at at-;
; at-; tends to two lines. With so much business, I don t see why
s help can't be hired to take care of it. -
1 Perhaps it would be possible to hire men on a w.a.e. (when
actually employed) basis over the weekend.
or when it is necessary to have extra help, high school stu stu-1
1 stu-1 dents could be hired at 75 cents or $1 an hour. Im sure they
1 would produce more work per hour than do the men now em-
ployed there.

. Mivt these men would speed up a little If they were put

. ..i.,, .,,ntcr h au nf rat numDed Der day. If that

; doesn't work, a staff cpuld be sent down from Gorgas to hit

them with a shot or penmcimn m we pmte.
CerUirily some of the $9,000.000 ithi) Panama Canal made
; from lta employes last year could be -spared Xor a:ooduse.i''
' 'Joe Public

Baseball Star

DOWN

1 Rib

2 Verbal
3 Creek letter
4 Tha bar

5 Redactor
6 Greater
quantity
7 Mountain
njrmphi
t Raise
Mimicker

1 v- ACROSS
M Baseball

tar,
I Ha Is an
pitcher for
the Cleveland
Indiana
12 Mineral rock
13 Idolite
14 Golf term
lSBurmeae
wood sprit
t a t.Umii

it itMne 10 Walking stick
"A"ctbinllGaebe
:"ra.
21 Woody plant HSf
: 4 Tint 35 of tha
: Fimahini tool funJ

:t Infirm
23 John
PriadUa

34 More mutual

1 5 White tie
and
;Diaaohw

Afiwr to PrtvIoua Pinxfa

m

lIOMl IUt6N

tr w4- f .Tin; i'i

i aJt c i v"5t
ail. IJ,lll iH T r Ml J I

26 Scold
27 Notes in
Guide's acala
2t Mine entrance
30 Indolent
31 Permits
33 Formerly B
31 Instant
39 Rat
42 Female horse

43 Operatic sold
44 Heavenly
body A
4 Athena
43 He gets hU
pitches
41 African river
SO Lampreys

52 Dance, step

RICHMOND, Vs.. Honesty

may not always insure the beet
policy. A virtuous man -cama into

this state the other day and strain

ed the graciousness of Virginians
with a speech which may well

mark labor's counter offensive a-

gainst the Senate racket -, busting

commute.

This man from the North called

for rebellion against the Select

Commute on Improper Activities

in uie uioor or Management Jieid.

He denounced it as seeking not' to

expose crooks but to smear all

labor. ''

He somthowa managed te tell
his audience, tha AFL-CIO Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Stat convantion in Ra Ra-nok.
nok. Ra-nok. that tha guilty ns were

th MacLellan cammitta mem

bers and th press 'and that
tha anginal sin wa th discev-

ary of frror, violance, shake
clowns and v misus ef union
funds. ')&'

And all the time I thought vu

tue was on the side of the exposers
and not on the side of the exposed.

These blasts came from one l.

W Abel, secretary treasurer of

the., powerful United Steelworkers

of America, custodian of union

funds running more than $20,000.-

000 from which not a penny

has been lost, strayed or borroW-i

ed, with or without interest -But
mark what Abel who In

sists on being his brother s keep

er ha to say as guest speaker

at the Virginia labor convention
This official, second in Com

mand tn nave McDonald. Presi

dent of the Steelworkers, .viewea
with alarm" what he believes "- Is

the "apathy of union peopleL to.

wards the dangers facing organ-,

ized labor. By this he meant tne

Senate investigating committee

Abel asserted that newspapers

niav im "a few bad eaes m or

ganized labor and "'play down,"
corruption in business.,

Finally, h sam Tn purpm

at th Senate rackets Investi

gating committee is net vn vn-Mvar
Mvar vn-Mvar "a few raektrs end

crooks but to ert In th pub

lic mind bHf that an iro
union officials ar racktrs
and erk but t rt In th
public mind bllf tht all
trad union officials ar racket racketeers
eers racketeers and erks." '
That is what Abel said in Vir-
finia, sir. So we checked with the
enate committee ; itself. and, a
spokesman softly unburdened him himself
self himself of these views more in sorrow
than in anger: l .". '.'C
Every charge made in OitT fear fearing
ing fearing room has. been substantiated
hv documents- witnesses and ad

missions on a wholessle scsle

jnet.JWsjBowen-jiu
plaint from labor's nea
..mmittMifOUniSl Bo

dy or chairman John iWcClellan

on procedure. ; t
There can be found on Page 1380
of part fourof .tbe printed I tran-

SCript Ol me um""
tag statement from Frank Brew Brew-....
.... Brew-.... .koirm.n nf the Western

r"71 of Teamsters. He put

1. inn d witness chair Vigil

111 UI0
-five full days- and wound up

telung the prooers

have given me. I think 'you
tL t.r find. You haven't a-

bused me ta any way.

As for Abel's cnarge mi
-w .nn file in unconcerned

bv the dangers reflected in the
hearings, b need only telephone
hU own Washington representative

and have him taxi o
S.te committee. There he w.U
j u laW't rank tna rue

T1I1I1 11114, 1BUV . 1

.oitotH not oy tne

committee myrJ&Z?

that many union to. -----ed
the labor movement into a ia
bor business.
Thr ar vr 17 'V!
lust from ,m7b?2 Ij
cemmttte fils ImptoriBi.aW In

thir 9ht attanii ;

$

I tX' 'K. v v 111; I

- ii ;- v. -v ,w scat jMt&jrs v 1 a 1

a -si 4 . t f 1 rvv v

Af-,. 11 1 1. i'" j: ,ii;.c -n ;

... Vaa. ..IJti....a.J..it 'VW.X U
' 1 1 11 1 ' 1 1-

MttYWASlII

rjERRY-Go'-Rcii::D

y iRIW riAIION

WASlHNGTON-i-lke's ecohomii-onlp of Jfrs. Wmith. but' of all

ing elder brother Edgsr ought to 1 women Senators wiio.may be 0.

leciea UKtoe lutur. 1

realize. tha economy ; begms. at

He could.Tiave

Tourists -Forever Tagged
By BOB. RUARK

saved tho tax

payers $47,000 spent to improve
urauiase around ms home' if he

had wa tt vigorous :an economi

zer as he wants, brother Ike to be

Edgar Eisenhower has a home

. lat American Lake near Tacoma

A I 117.-1. .ki.t.

tt aou. nuivu hiuicuuci x x v u u

When it does? it' threatens various

lawns and docks around the lake.

including that of brother .Edgar
and that of Col, Jams Stacks xe xe-tired,
tired, xe-tired, a former : aide to General

Eisenhower in World War II.

So the Army Engineers Hhis win

ter due an 1800-foot drainace ditch

to take flood swater from ; Amen

can Lake into Lake Sequalitchew

belowV.l"

' tha cost "wiV $57,000 fU which

$43,000 was paid by th Army

Englnr, ig,ooo oy th resi

dents around th laka.and $400
by th county. 'This will kp

th lak's lv at a constant

height ef 223 feat above sea lav-

el, instead of rising at times as
high is 23t ft..- i.'aiK(K:'-i- ."pii
The Army Engineers were not

at all 'anxious to dig the ditch.; It

meant money out of their budget

which they hadn i f figured on

ana mep oeueve, in economy io.
'But pressure;csmev from up 1 -a
bove to'dig. and; they dug. They

would not Say where the pressure

came- from; and Edgar .Eisenhow .Eisenhower,
er, .Eisenhower, could not be reached for com comment.
ment. comment. .' ;'.-!. -I--"-., ',.-.. 1
i CHAMPION !;
,OF LADY SENATORS
Handsome young Sen. Dick Neu Neu-berger
berger Neu-berger of Oregon has become not

only 'the champion bf White House
squirrels, but! Of equal facilities

for women senators, .. .;

He has written a letter to Sen

Dennis Chavez of New Mexico in

"r have been disturbed."

berger wrote Chavez; fcirv not
that tho equipment-ot the Senat
includes athletic-and natatorial fa facilities
cilities facilities for benators who are men,
but none for women Senators.
" "Thi sms t m not only
discrlmintion but also a dam dam-natrationt
natrationt dam-natrationt of mal arroganc
'which' is" unworthy f members
of th United States Senate.
''Under the Constitution and the

laws 0! this oountry; a' state is

quite as much, within its rights in

sencunb a woman to tne benate as

in sending man. J-

Althmiuh thoro la nnlv ; o n m

woman benator .at the- present
time, it seems io met that sne as
tha reDresentatrve here 01 her sex. ',

as weu as M a great state is en-

lor male Senators. vf .:--hwn,tit

.r.:?.' :.v'i.K.'''?K:fi'3, f.-li-.';i-!;.'.
ii-fl hone and trust- that 4his,. let.

1 1 1 ,n ..11

ul me ftLieuuuu u.. vuu.nuu jruur

worthy 4 associates the s, injustice
whicii' will be perpetrated, if the

new Senate Oflice Building should

continue tne present ; uiscrimma-

tion of affording .certain facilities
only for male members Of the U
nited, Mates. Senate.'.', ,,.,y

rftTTrtN sini tit AlIT

Assistant President Sherman Ad

ams aot on the nnone to Kepuhii-

can Senators the other day and
nersuaded them to kill a tax-re

lief measure for amall business.

But one he couidn t budge was the

Senator from the state ne used to

j govern New.Hampshire."

Adams urgea sen. ixoitis coitoa
(R-N.H.) to vote against the Ful-

charge of Senate buildings, urging "e t t Jirf smaU husiness husiness-a
a husiness-a swimmmg pool and fymnasiumtiiJ.i -a .... han tnoft

for Mrs. Margaret Chase Smith ol,c rnttonriDi.ed tat'ne didn't "a.

Ther Is. 1 susoect. no rreater housing allotment" nehalnna' vi.

uvug snon man me unirisi 01 any canons loi expectant fathers

(truer come linaer a 30 per cent
load th' employer pays, with the

government in axing up xn amerT
enle; About 50 per cent 'of -the
French national income iai paid
out in free; "benefit to the people,
Th visitor ? finds this tr Ms
service charges ntrtainment

taxes, and all th ether extras.

So we 'can't understand Abel'
mnA miBht Overlook H

",r a burst of rpingtim..fr.ternH

tv with ouier uuioiui -ij,
wn iAknt up by

cSto Ai T J. Hiye, Air
7 f the AFL CIOv Ethical

Practices committee, who. said, a a-bout
bout a-bout the same time: ;
r. v...mliMr jrv much cotv

cerned that the net tresult ol the

mishandling oi

cerning corrupuon

nation who is making his second

tip to the sam set of chateaux,
meht clubs and art -calleries. The

tourist is the tame the world o-

ver, but we might as well deal
with Americans. ;
The. second-time-around tourist

is the one who says, "Oh, let's
not go. there; it's so full of Ameri Americans
cans Americans and Who- looks pityingly at a
herd of timid sheep being hustled
around by a tour director: H is
desperately trying to forget that
two or three years ago the seo-ond-hander-
also was being pushed
end shoved into the cultural cas-

inei coni-turei w ,,m harassed tour
auarterf
lobiiemte- The repeater now nsi abnt

nine pnrases. ana ao, woras 01 me
foreign tongue, calls all .waiters
"garsoag," and is a fund of infor information
mation information on .cute little shops where
things ar half th price, my
dear, and cute little 'restaurants
where you never see an Ameri American,
can, American, and cute little' night clubs in
St. Germain de Prea where the
wine has characters-doubtless, due

to being mixed with kerosene. 1 ;
. ... '.

uw nannr rri -nia vans
era furtively, not. wishing to b
tagged a a tauriat, and aftan a a-depts
depts a-depts th beret under m sort
ef delusion -that It will stamp
him as local. This ; is th bey,
who rally got clobbered by tr
sharp-eyed pprtunistf because;
vanity frvr lds him infoi

disaster. -' ". i
He occasional) will delight (in

showing .off before a- cluster 'of

first-timers, possibly old Rotary
chums from homeland will insist
on being th unpaid guide for

them. His cute little ahop will
turn out to be twice as expensive

as the hotel displays; his cute tit tittle
tle tittle restaurant will hurriedly treble
the prices, and his cute little bis

tro win throw cut scotch at mm

at two bucks a slug. -:
His bride permits no argument

and on top of all that he gets lest
and has to- b rescued by larce

nous hackie who drives him thrice

around -t.i city, meter clicking
merrily, before dumping him tin

front of his hotel. -. r-
There is no such thing as so

phisticated tourist, because by the
time you become sophisticated
you aren't a tourist any more,
but a semi-resident. There is no
disguise for a .tourist. He can

tx
load.

tv help carry his own

Maine, the one lady ia the Senate

Mrs. Smith is a .Republican. Neu-

berger a pemocrat. But gallantly

he has. risen to the defense -not

. ... ,1 1 11 i

, The visitor also finds it in "the

Outrageous 'trices Of consumer bnnusea tor Vl'ddiM. doctors' bills.

goods, because the manufacturer I widows and ornhans. and the cost

and the shopkeeper are trying to of fighting a war in Algeria
rrttF ...n Xn. : a I t 1 A 1- 1 .' 1 : .1..

sv ecu iut uie ueuieuuuus eive wnoae tArau-rrencn .citizen aunv

aw7 burden buns around their Bet the same free benefits. r

ijeck. .;. ;; -But never think they 'love you
That Is where, you the tourist, for yourselfwiYou ain't a man,
eonje p. You -are paying, for ba- Buster. You're lust a bulging wal-

lahor.

labor movement

cry over

books, he can dress in the uni uniform
form uniform of the country,- but he is
still as clearly delineated as a
sucker ks if he wore a sign ssy-

llOU uiiutw .1
facet of r resurgence of ami -un

wn's.m:; i t. some calm.

dispassionate ttoughUjnpeded

Ka trs.aBTiinira smu w

ihosi with personal axes-to

T!"a. TT. 4U,bM It wss

we re caim. c .--

t Paus Stgaisi
49 Theater sign
41 He is- of
Cleveland's
far pitchers
f. Bulk
t Insasat
T rtnplated
! Craft
: : 'srtlniu
oicn
' Tootead
.Narrow Inlet
- About
' asur ef
jriel
lil point

1 I D. U B t V r N
I J IT
I 5
D U """"""" 'J-"-""" R K.
ft
,
5 -rrtr-
iii r-t i i i
i u u -s-ir Trr i H p
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3 3" -T
.31 rT--l 3 r

ions ot oeing uuuu....- ---rupt
influences. We're dispmlon dispmlon-.Tr
.Tr dispmlon-.Tr u wasn't W.000

which was borrowed oy mai scat
tie fellow.

bnr is aomi to end not in helping J speak the language Berlitz per-

.. ... Th hue ana

ICU1CUI. '. JJ
i.w rai-Veteering. Una

Z by current ,Congm.lonl ta-;

Tin; hungry press, is but on ing "Hit -Me!", with a doUar-sig.

A. great many people go abroll
with the idea that th natives IdvC
the tourist for his own sweet sfli,
and that by proclaiming 'one's lA lA-mericsa
mericsa lA-mericsa citizenship, on immedi immediately
ately immediately rouses great gratitude arid
special solicitation in the Wai
breast. This is not so. 1
In any natii f th war Id ii4
sid a man's wn native heat,.'
th. teurtat Is a iwcsmrf e4
wtt is teiaratad bacava ft h4a
money. Th duty f th native j
ia t separata him fram t h ajt

ny as an -as asttltr i

spaed him n his way, and start

W-eaarharinf new flack af
sjwlls. -. '' j '. I
The Sosmslr are about Uie best

hosts to the tourist in terms of,

grace, honesty, politeness and hon

est value received. The Italians tx tx-ert
ert tx-ert treat charm as they relieve

you of your wad, and s do tfi

Foruiguese. The Germans accept

your dough as a right, and the
Enehsh consider it your duty to

giv them dollars. But it is tie
frenchman who really drawt
clear line in separating nan from
money. Hi
Apart from the thriftiness of the)

French personality. Franc, possi possibly
bly possibly carries the heaviest burdea ef
social security in the world.

All medical, hospital, nnemaloy.

ment' insurance, bonuses for ba

bies, special .grants for famiev

r )4 h t

euw idbies yoi didn't know you hsd, re- let spon ; to. b lightened h in the
'!m?rT;'-f.T !miduced iares on rsilroads,, yacaUon name of La Jellec France, : h

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f4ow Rtad & Barton w'lver w'lver-.
. w'lver-. imiths bring you lhrf vettrtt'
impl$l. sterling paftarn .
' Autumn Ltav ... to join thoir
' Work! famovs Knl sUvef coHex-

tion. Each Reed & Rorton sterlincj
. design is tft resutt of painstaking V :
" Varw ond crdftsmanship, brU 1
'lianffy executed.. Prices shown
' ore per4-pc place setting,!

Jewellers

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Central Avnu

gree with Adams,! he .favored.
relief for small business.
- You'll' get another chance to
vote for it later in the 'session,"

pleaded Adams; '

I've oeen arouna nere u wn
tA fall. for 'thati" ,: snorted Cotton.

He ignored Adams' request and

toted lor smau nusiness.
- Kntd- President Eisenhower an

nounced Oct.! 22 that he "planned
to ask Congress to give? small
businessmen about1 $600,600,000 la

Gov.' Happy fchandler' of Kentuc- J

ky has bad a. tough time getting a
speaker, fdr hij,..J,efferson-Jackson
Day dinner: First he4 tried Harry
Truman offered' the3 Sx-Presideht
any -one of' three different dates.
Truman replied that he was bu-
sy. He resented a the : fact that
Chandler, so-called Democrat,' had 1

thrown his weight against Ttu-,
man's too friend,; Sen. Earl Cle Clements
ments Clements of Kentucky, and caused fait
defeat last November.
--Chandler then approached' Sena Sena-tors
tors Sena-tors Gore of Tennessee and Jack'
Kennedy of Massachusetts. He was
ni?lini tor a friend '! or associst

of Clements,1 in in effort to gain

support for ms own- presiuenuas
ambitions. rf-yny ";
. Happy has been plenty miffed at
the factl.at his political enemy- 4
ex-Senator Clements is still a pow power
er power in the Senate as chairman of
the Senate Elections-committee.
But all the- senators invited ; by
Happy turned him down.f -Onet'of
them told Clements r ;C
. "Earl, you know I couldnt a go
down and speak for, that -guy aft- ;
er what he. did to-yoo.?ftt pi -,
finally r Happyr settled forAlex(
embarrassed' by an -v advertising
general under Truman; .h t i
. .... -ii;...';.
' SAM RAYBURN'S MaRARY..
' .-. ''; 1 f H?I
' Speaker. Sam. Rayburn has been
embarrassed by and advertising
sales gimmick used, by the Thom Thomas
as Thomas Advertising Agency. in, Austin, j;
Texas. to get Washington lobbyists
tA huv anace in the Bonham Fav

orite, published in Sam's home

town, iie nas asxea nas irienus w
Bonham to lay. off. .. ..Xt
' 'Washington lobbyists ba v been
receiving circular solicitations urg urging
ing urging them to buy space' in the
"Sara Rsvburn Library Dedica

tion? Issue of th Bonham, Favor

ite, to help ceieDrat we openus
of the library housing Sam's, pa- :

peri. -
The library, a trfbut;t n
f our- current statesmen,
wiU hW th hwndrods of laws
which th Speaker ha halpM
pass through Congress, plus the,
the gavehv ha has wielded wh
th QvM f England, th Kit
ef Crae, th President f
Franc, and varlu thr not a-
bias scik i" Cnor"- :.
The library is a prized project

of the Speaker's. .
But he doesnt want Vashingtosi

wire-pullers who have no legit-

mate business to aareruse in
as to be buying spc in hi local

paper at $2J0 a column inci.

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Abbey

ir

is Pretty Fetching

NEW YORK (NEA) It's pret-
tv hard for a. srirl to set atten

tion: when Jay ne Mansfield's in

the vicinity, but Abbey uncoin
4has done just that. She's a
.sultrv nincpr who has one num

ber Jn Javne's picture. "The Girl

Can't Help It and makes the

most of it. .i

t And Abbey' has her first, al

bum on the shelves a Liberty
record called "Abbev Lincoln's

; Affair'whlch "has a cover that
f Abbey .calls ."stupid" but which

v in moat quarters u loosed on as
Drettv f elchimr stuff.. 1

Suddenly, the music world Is

ADDey Lincoln conscious. iv
4 happened since last June; when
she had a singing date1 at Giro's

in ujs-Angeles.,' .-...-w
"I've really 'been lnelnsr pro

'fesslonallv for- six years? she

t says, "but I don't count the first
fourThose days I had no ambi-

tlon. I was singing for a living

because" it was easier -than be

Hng a house maid, which,! was

i before. The last two years,

cause I like It."

" Abbey comes from' Kalama-

too, Mich. She worked as a maid

': m naiamasao ana j acxson in

iMichiran and South Bend, Ind

She'd sing on weekends. Her last
job was for a South Bend doc

i tor's family. When she left, to
'concentrate on singing, she for,

'got ner uniforms in the base base-'!
'! base-'! ment. The doctor's wife, ran aft after
er after her. ,
"I wofi't be heeding them any
. more," Abbev called back; She

.'Vlflfln'f : TTAr itnlfnrmi AlnmmM Aavm

re iow-cut gowns ana wiey iook
, fine. 1
In.'her four pre -ambition
years,' she sang In many cities.
She had two years in Honolulu.
She sane with rock-and-roll

- -combos, even th o u g h she is

strictly a ballad singer. She
- worked ud an act that srot no

.place, "because it wasn't me t

was Just being wholesome gar
vwholsomeness can be a drag, if
..you carry it too far.
Then came Clro's, the album,
i the movie and away we go. Now
she, wants to.' act in. a movie.
She wants a real Dart Can she

aCt?rw 7 .-,',.v. .-'(

I never have,", says Abbey.
. "But I could,', ,

a Ton may have noted a Pyra Pyramid
mid Pyramid record getting played a a-,
, a-, round called "Managua," fea featuring,
turing, featuring, a fine soprano voice. It
belongs to Yolande Tornell. The
record is selling fairly well here,
- but already It Is the. number one
best-seller in Chile and doing"
.exceptionajly throughout South

juiuuuc, yvu. neo, ja a Dig star
.In' South AmerJLca. A New vYork
girl, she has a, daily 15-minute
how over ? an American ahort-

; wave station, WRUL. which Is

f oeamea, u -tne southern conti-

Drive-in record stores aretore-i
cast by Frederick H. Rice, an

executive of Capitol Records. He

uunics -first will .come record

wuuicn i, luivB-ui rests uranus
j and drive-in theaters, then per per-haps:
haps: per-haps: a drive-in record store.
Rlcevflgurea people listening to
; xsar radio or a car phonograph
will hear something thv lit

,4,hencome to a drive-in. record
SifAM mwjt AM A A.

- suvwv. fjutu. uu mi uapuir, Stop

viCKV-nCKSr.Tak Banter
rmay thav his- second hit In

TNinety-Nlnt Ways" (Dot).Oth

ers: "Sprins; In Maine" Mrr-

nailing, vapiioi;; "8Bttln'

in in ha itAnwn rJtJtt n m

ran, Llherty); "Dancing to the

i.v' "lu ixno rontane

outers, uow; do Tou Loveme
fy?,.Morr,l,, ,lnd Mdy Am

ly Howard, Mercury); "OhlOvls'

Harper, pyramid): "Prt.

oner Arise (The Duke f Iron.

CArnle Naughty Uttle

i'S. Capitol)
; -Make Me Know'V (Mary Lock
ard, Echo). -a-v

" Around the wnrM nn .1

jbums Decca's "Midnight" series

-jiM ime mooa music, based on

jaanaawan, lionaon, Rio, Rome,
Hollywood. Parlj and v. rt..

Jeans, featuring top artists oh
ich; Epic has "A Touch of

rns, wim Boris Sarbek and

mum urenestrsi that Is Parisian
.to the core; Fantasy's "South
American Brothers Is iazzfrom
Caracas, Venezuela, with Amer American
ican American guest aololst John LaPorU
on clarinet and sax; Columbia's
Tie Lufe 4f Spain" U Andre

tvI t. m iUsa Jnood;

m w aiDuma or Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian Gypsy, music apd iavor
ite Irish aongs;- Epic has tfc

1

i

1!:

Yolande Tornell Abbey Llneela
v i, J
Royal Australian Alf Force Cen Central
tral Central Band playing a collection
of 28 national anthems.
; Modern classical composers
for your Inspection Ormandy
and the Philadelphia Orchestra
play,'; Copland's 'Appalachian
Spring" and "Billy the Kid"
(Columbia); ','Snrinaeh and the
MGM Chamoer Orchestra play
Hovhaness' ''saint Vartan Sym Symphony"
phony" Symphony" (MOM); Solomon and
the MGM' String Orchestra play
Chavez Slnfonla No. 5 and Ben Ben-Haim's
Haim's Ben-Haim's Concerto Grosso (MGM).

iVrirvA-Vi ., --;' ,i,JL'M,l i

. T.M. V Fit. wr.

hit's th matttr? Can't you read?'1

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WASHINGTON, April 28 (UP)
National 1 Democratic Chairman
Paul M. Butler charged 'today
that -. President Eisenhower's
"close personal friendship' with
teamsters boss Davo Seek was

responsible ; for a delays by the

Eisenhower Administration in

acting on disclosures made by
the Senate Rackets Committee.
Butler said it was "high-time"
that Eisenhower1 spoke out on the
investigation of the Teamsters
Unionj Eisenhower recommended
last week that union welfare and
pension funds be brought under
government "supervision.: i
" The Democratic chieftain said
that Beck had been '"coddled long
enough" by the administration.
He said ,Beck h s s long had en entrance
trance entrance tb the -White House.
, Butler,: who was interviewed on
the- American Broadcasting Co.
televisioh program, ''College-. Pres
Conference,'.' r said that Beck had
been a ."friend and confidant" of

the President for a long time. It
was for that reason, he charged,
that. Eisenhower "failed to speak
out" immediately on the union
investigation..' t
Butler said, however, that it
was not his intention to imply that
there had been any, ''collusion"
between Beck and Eisenhower
before 'the; Senate investigation
into the mammoth union began.
Butler charged the nation's
pffess had kept from .the public

the true nature of the relationship
between Beck and the President.
Beck was suspended. : March 29
by the Executive Council of the
AFL-C10 from his posts as a vice
president of the labor federation
and' as a member of the council
after he repeatedly took the 5th
amendment when asked questions
by the Senate Rackets Committee
about his personal, v and ; union
finances. K

Beck's attorney, Arthur Condon,

charged April 7 that Leonard W. party.

Hall,, former chairman of the
GOP National Committee, had

solicited Beck's support for Eisen

hower in the 1SS8 presidential

election. The charge, was prompt

ly denied by Hall.

: Butler also charged that the

labor has ignored the fact that
93 per cent of all- money in union

funds1; is controlled by manage management.
ment. management. The investigation, he said,

has been, concentrated on the 7

per cent of the funds controlled
by the, unions. '
r Butler said there are "just" as
many crooks ; proportionately'' in
management as have been ; dis disclosed
closed disclosed in unions. ,The chairman
said that most men : in positions
of responsibility in labor unions
are "men of integrity and prin principle"
ciple" principle" who welcome the congres congressional
sional congressional investigation. He said he
felt the support of ; labor in the
1958 congresional elections would
be- a "political asset' for ssy

'rn other subjects, Butler said
that the key isues in the 19SS
elections will be foreign policy,
inflation, agriculture and publis
power, in the, Far West.
If conditions remain the same
as they are today, Butlcf 'said,
the Middle East problem Vould
congresional investigation into
be one of the "real isues" in
1958. He said the administration
"muffed the baU" in allowing a
situation to arise where Great
Britain and France acted 'inde
pendently of this country. '-"As a
result, relations with those. coun countries
tries countries ; have been weakened, ha
said, and there is "considerable
anti-American, feung" in Britain,
r i '. '
Butler said the nomination' of
State t. Department security,, chief
Scott Mc Leod as ambasador to.
Ireland was an "insult to the gov government
ernment government and people of Ireland."

i;

Sorry Folks Weve Been Too Busy To Check

Our Winners-Give Us One More Chance

l.r- !,

' during: our ;' v v ; V";'V"

ChdiiSfngli Enfaa
ilb7 Bid For Culling
Grass In G:fon Area

w mv,y tUl UJC yd HJMIC
cutting of the srass at the Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun Dam and Gatun Locks area
during the coming year was a a-warded
warded a-warded this week by the Pan Panama
ama Panama Ganaj Company to Chain
Sinrh.'who entered a low bid
f 29.722 for the work.
An offer also was received on
the project from the Agricultu Agricultural
ral Agricultural Development Corporation
who vere the contractor last
ear. Bid were opened last week
In the Administration Building
at Balboa Heights. --
Tha area, to be maintained by
Chain fSnph for the coming
year, takes In ISi acres of land,1
iivided Into three aones. and In Includes
cludes Includes the site of the former
1 Gatun Golf course.

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7ZM .PANAMA- AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER .,
MONO AT, APRH 19, 1951

ocia

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i and Otlierwisei Box, 134,

Ji mil L rhJ L t,Lpkm mJ'Pi474,X074fUim 9.00 iJ.fcmm. mfy'

;f 1 ; i &M

cake louowins tneir

i,nr. imrrmnm at. thu union church jSaturdav. Mrs..Boiina u tne lormer miss jo Ana

Aden. Fischer, -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. O. Fischer of Diablo Heights. Mr. Bollng

is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Haibert Bollng of Nashville, Tennessee. .

(CUTTING THE CAKE Mr,: and Mrs. Jolm Rudolph Bollng cut the
; Iredding ceremony at the Union Churchfllaturday. ?Mrs..BolIng Is the

Eisenhower
Envoy's Visit
To Israel Off

v It's rude to whisper to your
companion all through an In Indoor
door Indoor movie, because it -disturbs
those sitting near you. If you
can't Uratch a .movie : wtlhout
talking..' whr not eo to a drive.

in? v ..

Or see your movies o Xv?

Plowman, director of Youth Ac Activities
tivities Activities at Albrook accompanied
the group

Boling -Fischer

Wedding
? At Balboa Union Church sat
urday evening Miss Jo Ann Ad

ella Fischer became the bride

or Jonn RandoJDh RnUncr T?pv

uscar w. oisen performed the
ceremony.

The bride, who is the daugh

ter vi tar. ana Mrs. wajrer m o

Fischer of Diablo Heights, was

given away by her father. She

wore a full lensrth white mom

with a fitted bodice of chantUlv
lace, j The round neckline was
edged with lace flowprett.ps

f-with a sequin heart. The long

sieeves enaea m points over her
hands, and the floor lenth
skirt of tulle with laca- nanpln

back and front vathprprf tv t h

bodice below the waist. Wnr ftn-

gertin veil of illusion fsii fmm

can or lace and allusion trimrsed
with pearls and seouins shp

carried a bouquet of white roses

aim oaoy s oreatn.

Mrs. Barbara Rllvpr t.Vi ma.

tron of honor, p.arrtprf AmpHon

oeauty ana pink roses. Thp

bridesmaids Miss Nellip

son and Miss Helen Tilley both
carried nlnu nmiMiwi m

three wore identimi a

turquoise Tasnionprt with fn

.i skirt, short sleeves and

iiiRii HPtKiine aippmg to a

ueep v in Dack with a bow and
Ion? streamers to the hemline.
m The jfToom, who is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Halbprt. Rniimr

of Nashville, Tennessee, chose ai aims
ms aims best man Edward Silver of
Ft. Kobbe.

Usher j were John Dougherty

JERUSALEM, Israel, i April 28
(UP) t- The United States has

postponed indefinitely the visit to
Israel by James ;P. Richards,

special envoy on the Eisenhower

jJoctrroe, it was reported today.

The decision was relayed bv

the American Embassy to the

Israeli government. Government
sources said' the postponement
was interrupted by the power

struggle 'in jorotan, arrived m
Athens, Greece, today enroute $
a8.West Germany to meet with
Secretary of State Johni Foster

Dulles. Dulles is going to Bonn-.

for the council of ministers meet meeting
ing meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty
Organization.
Sources here beieved the U.S.
State Department decided that
Richards' visit to Israel could
wait until the Jordanian situation

is cleared up. Richards' visit to

Amman was postponed by the
lug-of-war between the pro-leftists
and the supporters of King

Hussein.

of Ft. Clayton and Jack Tenne-

ville of Los Rios.
A reception was held follow following
ing following the wedding in the Fern
Room of the Tivoli Quest House.
The bride graduated from Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School in 1950, Canal
Zone Junior College. 1952 rand
attended Milwaukee Downer
College.vMilwaukee. Wise 195V 195V-1953.
1953. 195V-1953. She Is employed as secreta secretary
ry secretary to the Personnel Director of
the Panama Canal Co. '.
The groom, who has been sta stationed
tioned stationed at Ft. Kobbe for the Tast
two years, graduated frdm Chat

tanooga High Schools Tennessee.

in mi and attended. Tennessee I

Polytechnic Institute' at Cook

ville. He Is returning to colleee

to complete his degree In elec
trlcal engineering., .l

The couple will make their

home in Cookville, Tennessee.
Capf. and Mrs. Meant
Entertain At Amador

Capt and Mrs. Jac Hearn of

Ancon entertained with a cock cocktail
tail cocktail dinner party at Ft Amador

uiiicers- open Mess last night.
t

Quests of honor were : Cant.

and Mrs. Henry Falk who will

oe leavmflrr Thursdav hv ninnp

irom xocumen. to .mair t.hpir

home in St Petersburg, Fla. 1. 1

Some SO Jtuests attended 'th

despedida. ,

'CONTINUED ON PAGE t

Isch notice for incluiien in Ikb
column should' bo submitted in
typ-wriHn form and mailed
tli box number listed daily in 'So 'So-.
. 'So-. cial and Otherwise," or delivered
v haid; to the office. Notices of
meetings cinnot be accepted b
telephone. -
Isthmian Nurses
Will Meet Wednesday'
The 68th meeting of the Isth

mian Nurses' Association will be
held Wednesday at 7:0 p.m. in

the conierence- Koom. uorgas

Hospital. ,

There will be no speaker lor
the evening. Tils will be a busi business
ness business meeting or & report of the

llVA's part 4n the Inter-American
.Medical. .Convention and
other important business will be
discussed.. All members are urg urged
ed urged to attend this meeting. t

Management Forum
Meets Tomorrow-!
, At the regular meeting of the
Management Forum In the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company training
center tomorrow, at 7:30 p.m.,
Mr. Foster Mueller, IBM man

ager i for., the Canal Zone, will
discuss the use of D3M as tools
of management. Members of the
Forum who intend to bring
guests should notify Mr. Bob

Jeffrey tomorrow during work

ing hours as to the -number they

will bring,

RtEXlCAMBASSADOR GIVES DINNER PARTY
iv unvna nr &MR4SHAnOR OP PF.RI7 ANA WIFK

The MexlcaAAmbassador'fcnd MrsRafael Fuente4 will

give s dinnei arty at Mhe Embassy residence tonigni in
honor of the Ambassador of Peru and -Mrs. German Aram-

buro, who will be leavhig soon for Mexico.
Invitations have been issued to a number of their

friends to attend this farewell party,

tol&rdrome Draws Crowd

Qver Week-end

iweniy-twu -.yuunn pewoie

vjt 3 ....

and trie Fort Gulick Protestant
Chapel trvtledt by bus to 1the
Pacific side for an evening of

the Youth Fellowship groups i skating at the Balboa Rolier Rolier-lrom
lrom Rolier-lrom the Gatun Union Church drome on -Saturday evening.

They were accompanied by Spe
cialtst Third Class Carl Davent
port. Chaplain's Assistant j at
Fort Gullck. 1 f

The Fort Kobbe Teenage Club

was host to members of the Ft,

Clayton and Albrook Air Force
Base Teenage Clubs on Sunday,
The ctoud of v about 80 young

people enloyed an afternoon of

skating at the Balboa) Boner-

drome. Sergeant William a. mc-

Cord. director of the Ft Kobbe
Teenage Club and Mrs Temple

CLEARANCE

' r 'STARTING

fifefai r.by 2nd fo"',

a week

Maternity Outfits .$ 7.50

tf- e Cocktail y :, v . I. 12.00

; ., Short Nighties"... 3.50 ;
3 Slip . V . ,. . . 2.2$. ':

Maternity Tops ... . 4.00

Royal Palm Chapter No. X
WU1 Hold Card Party

Royal Palm Chapter No. 2, O.

E. s.. of Cristobal i will hold a
card party Saturday, May 11; In

the air-conditioned banquet hall
of the-Cristobal Masonic Temple

at 7:30 p.m. -

There will be "Hostess Prize"
in addition to the Individual
table prizes and refreshments

will be served. Tickets are priced
at $1.00 each and may be pur

chased from any member or at

the Margarita Florist, or by call calling
ing calling the chairman, Mrs. Lorey
Wray at 5"502.

AH Star Circle -Meets
Wednesday N
'Members, of the All Star Circle
and all Eastern Star members
are Invited to attend the regu regular
lar regular monthly meeting Wednesday

ir.au pm. aittne Scottish Rite

wmpie vi aaipoa;- f
Loral 900 AFSCME"
AFICIO Meets Tonight 1

Local 900. AF6CME. AFL-CIO

will conduct a meeting In the
Paraiso Service Center tonight
at 7:00 'for all workers residing

una working in tnat area.

Reginald Callender wiu act

as chairman of the meeting, and

Harold W. William, Legislative

Kepresentauve rot Local 900 wilj
give as cot! ft report as pos possible
sible possible on tus sutus of the Slnele

Wage Scale and the Civil Ser

yice Retirement provisions,

international" RepresenUtlve

wiiiiam h. Sinclair will make a

general report to the assembly,

AH workers and their families

are. vrged.to attend the meet-

omemaht

V yourfamny won't drink mllkv;
there are -many other ways to
serve it. Give it to them, In soups,
puddings; mashed potatoes and
sauces, "":'.;;,'..'',- ;

Ji When i you'rle giving a party, keep

youryiiower arrangements low

With lots of oeoole cireulalina

around tall vases are early tipped

vir,'vf,,tM

' When you're starting a particul particularly
arly particularly heavy household cleaning task
dig your nails into a cake of soap

ursti- xnis will serve to keep the

our out wnue you clean.

A "mirror -in the kitchen, even a

small one.-is a handy thing. U6 it
when combing hair quickly if the

aooroeo-tings.

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JTour-ioai Jief irentegi Party ,.'.
Planned Por Saturday
A retirement party will be held
;t the Hotel Washington Satur Saturday
day Saturday in honor of Mrs. Mattie Ma Ma-caulay,
caulay, Ma-caulay, Miss Edith Stall. Boy
Banker and Walter Pearson. Pearson.-X
X Pearson.-X Reservations may be. made dv
oalllng Mrs. Delia Noonan 2-2853
or Mrs. Martha Griffiths 2-1455.
lJl.W.t1 Card Party
Will Benefit Orphans
(Proceeds from the. card pany
' & be held -at the Fort Amador
Officers' Club on Tuesday. May
iif,ii n fha AsIIq de la In-

fancia in Panama Reservations

lor tickets may be made by can-
; r nhi.iai riapia. at Eal

ing mffc'.vu"" v.7m.
i boa 2-3581 or the Club Office at

Balboa 2-3465. Tne parw "ET
kn at 1:00 pjn, and, last until
$;00. y
MotorcWu Winners Will BV'

' The "winner of the annual

the CanalZne collet Club

which will taJte piace
day at 12:80 p.nn on the Soutn
Terrace of the Hotel El Panama;
Club officers for- the ensuiAg
?''yeae-will'l be installed at this

meeting ..
. Reservations lor the luncheon
' o-os -nai nron mav be made

by calling Mrs. Harold Zierten at
Balboa 2-3031 daily or Mrs. Su-
ibert Turbyfill at Balboa 2-2674
; after 4 :00 p.m. All : reservations

must be in by -rnursaay.
Guests of members and all col col-'
' col-' liege women of the Isthmus-are

Welcome, i
Retirement, Farewell Party ?
ivintm Vnr Vrldav

La retirement party for'Shor for'Shor-y
y for'Shor-y Pierobon and a farewell par
Ity for Minnie Crooks Is being
planned for Friday at 4:00 p,m p,m-at
at p,m-at Building 10. Industrial Area
' M Balboa Dinner will be served
promptly at 5:00 p.m.v Admission
011 be $3.00 per .person. Those
'Mrinni interested in, attending

are urged to contact Joe Watson
at the Balboa Field 5f ticeta

building 8. vj
UaTboa Woman' Ctub Molds'
!tim.Ml Annual Card Party

.,-TYim annual card party of the

Ifalboa Woman's Club which was
held last .Tuesday at the Fort
Amador -Officers Open Mess was

t.h" most successful card party

ever held by the club. Under the
rnnahl chairmanship of Mrs.

Lawrence Adler and her commit-,

tee the club's chanty iuna was

increased to a level wnicn in-i

sures tne continuance oi mc

charity program, ?

Approximately jq persons

were- welcomed oy me- ciud s
president Mrs Gerald O, Parker.

cards ana Bingo, were enjoyea

after which refreshments were

served. These were made and

donated by members of the club.

One of the highughts of tne

evening was the drawing of the
door prizes which were won by
Mrs. Isabel Angelini, Carolyn Au-

Bachon. Mrs. Otis Barren. Mary
M. Bimbaumer. Mrs. Hose Evans.

Miss Dorothy Griffin. Mrs. May

Hall, Mrs.' Evelyn Harrington

Cherry Hulip. Mrs C..H. John-pg."

ston. Mrs. Libbv Lacy. Mrs. Ma

ry McGinsey. Mrs. C. Mcllvaine.

Mrs. J. L. Meyers, Miss Claire

Ocden. Mrs. Vada Pence. Mrs.

H. J. Ouinlan. Mrs. Rush. Mr. Al

bert Saarinen. Mrs. Vera Stevens,

Mrs. -Ethel-Voss, Mrs Marion

Wilcox and Mrs. Annie Zitz

mann. s -, ;

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'Kill Or Kill' Rapist

Unsolved Miami Crime, Others

MIAMI. AprU 28 (UP) Rudolph

Valentino aerring, jMiami's ad admitted
mitted admitted "kiss or kill"-, rapist, has
confessed under hypnosis to the

unsolved knite:, slaying of a bru

nette "lady in red" more than a
year ago, police said today.

Dade County bneritt l nomas j.

Kellp said Herring, 20, admitted

killuig Ruin JU. downing in teo-

ruary of 1956 ofter local hypnotist

Julian A. Arroyo, neipea iierring

to- remember." '

But the sheriff emphasized that

Herring' confession was obtained

while the youth was in full possession-
of his faculties.

I believe his confession is a

valid one," Kelly said. "It has the

ring of authenticity .about it. He

knows the particulars of the slay-

v The only thing today's hand
proves is that anything can hap happen
pen happen in a duplicate game. ;
At most tables East played
four hearti and made either
four or five depending on wheth whether
er whether East took the heart -finesse.
At several tables South played
four spsdes tindoubles and went
down two or three tricks. Clubs
would be opened and continued
And South would ruff, play two
rounds of trumps 'and then go
after the diamonds When the
diamonds broke badly the hand
would collapse. : '
- One declarer see bidding
made ft tremendous top by mak making
ing making four spades doubled. He did
not really expect to make his
contract on the line of play he
adopted but he wanted to make
Hire of gettlnir out cheaply.
Ha decided that the double In

dicated a bad diamond break

and elated for a cross ruff to

hold down his losses.

- After trumping the second

club he played the ace of dla

moods and the king of hearts.
East woa with the ace and was
kind enough, to lead back a
heart. South ruffed and played
the Jack of diamonds. West won

and led anotner neart to give de declarer
clarer declarer his third ruff. A diamond
was trumped high in dummy
and a dub was ruffed with
fiouth's fourth trump. Another
diamond was trumped high and

the last club lea ana trumped by
the kine.

A fifth diamond was played

and wnen west aiscaraea, dum dummy's
my's dummy's nine was put in. It held and
the high trump made the final
trick.
A trump lead would have
beaten the contract but East and
West overlooked that simple de defense,.
fense,. defense,. i --- ..

The following ; Individuals of

the Canal Zone and. mercantile

establishments oi .Panama mty

donated funds, door prizes and

table .favors: Arts and units

Oroun BWC. Auto Service Co..

SJL. Angelini's. Bazar Hindus

tan, Geney buss,'- uanavaggio.

S.A.. Elga. El Panama Hotel,

FaStllch, Fifth Avenue, Fuenza y
Luz. Goodyear de Panama.. Mrs.

Wm Hearon. Henrlquez it Gar-

nell. Xum. Felix Maduro. Mer

curio. National Distillery, jp aa.

Salomon, ; Sbawa. Sltton.? Sky

Chef, Mr. Louls sommers. swifts.

Tabacalera National. T a niti

Jewelers; Hvoll- Travel Agency.

TroDlcana. and B. c. worsiey.

Members of the committee aid-

lne Mrs. Adler were: Food. Mrs

Ivan ': L. Jenkins. Mrs. Gerrit

Joustraj Tickets. Mrs William

M. Merchant, Mrs. Leonard bup-

nel: Frizes. 1 Mrs. Joseph Bour-

geios: : Tables.. Mrs. Leland

Brooks. Mrs.-' Anton Holgerson:

Favors, Mrs. Pat Hyan. Mrs. Wll

nam Allen; Posters, Mrs. Stan Stanley
ley Stanley M Hamilton; Publicity, Mrs.

Walter A. Daniels; . ..."

Cari Group Enjoys Meeting f s
At Legion Club ' ''
The Card Group of the Balboa
Woman's Club enjoyed their bi

monthly party on Thursday at

the American Legion Club.

Bridge and Canasta were en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed as well as dessert and of-

IeeV. v: A." "' t
Co-hostesses 'were .Mrs. Ruth

Kongable; Mrs. Sarrle Brown and

Mrs. Lois Van Horn. The follow following)
ing) following) members and their guest
attended:. Juanda Pennington.

Martha Spinney. Phil Euper, Ha-

zel Brooks,- Gertrude Smouse,
Louise Hurtado, Sallie Allen,
Peggy Parker, Florence Kllpper,

Billie Llndsey, Ellen Castles, Ma

ria S. Days. Edith Eppley. Anita

LlndelL Maude Clinchard, Ruth
Jenkins, Louise Merchant, Blan

che Schilling. Co Joustra. Carrie

Brown, Tessie Luce. Marlon Wil Wilcox.
cox. Wilcox. Marie Wetzel, Edith Brown,
Lois Van Horn; Ruth Kongable
and Helen Adler.'
The next card party to be held
on May 9 will be the last party

of the club year. Co-chairmen
Helen Adler and Emily Bolton

will be co-hostesses.. It will be

held at the home of Mrs. Adler

in Cam do Alegre, Panama City.
iifis Tattey To Give Tea
For FRA Auxiliary
v Miss Ella Arosemena Talley
will give a tea party at her home
tomorrow evening 'at 5 o'clock
for members of the Ladles' Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary Fleet Reserve Association,
Unit 77 of the Canal Zone.
j f Meetings
Roller Skating Club Will
Meet Tharsday Night
The regular monthly meeting
of the Canal Zone Roller Skating
Club will be held on Thursday,
at 7:00 pirn, at the Balboa Roll Roll-erdrome.
erdrome. Roll-erdrome. There will be free skat skating
ing skating following the meeting for
all members of the club, V

The body of the Downing woman

clad in a tight-fitting red knit

dress and smeared with blood,

was i found early in -the morning
in a deserted lot frequently used

by lovers on Hiscaya island in

Surfside, just north 1 of Miami

iseacn. i t

The palms of the victim's hands

and her back were slashed by a

knife and police theorized she had
struggled bitterly- trying to ward

off ner attacker, umcers n eve r

found her slayer but suspected an

unknown "sex maniac of the

crime. '

The blue eyed, handsome Her

ring, who -was- arrested here ast

week for attacking two Miami

ven t n. subsequently -admittea

raoing "30 or 40" women in his

travels between here and Texas.

One of the Miami victims, was

raped,!- police said, and the -other
- -i ;.- i .'i. l j i

was pui in a uuspuai wim wuuiiub

suffered when Herring pressed a

knife against her throat and order

ed her to "give me a -kiss r I'll
kill you. When she refused, h
stabbed her. 1
' Herring had been -questioned
about the Downing murder since

Friday; according to detective. Lt

T.A. Buchanan. Hej said Herring

confessed after- being grilled for
more than 10-Jiours yesterday.
LM '- J" J". '.' :

J5ucnanan saia nerring naa a
mental block" about the Down

ing slaying and that "it was diffi difficult
cult difficult for him to recall the case...
he was trying to forget it,"

He, said Arropo hypnotized er er-ring
ring er-ring in efforts to help him recall
the details of the case.

He accurately oescnoeu. ic

: nf Rises va wnere ner douv

was found, and Said'he had Tela Tela-tinn
tinn Tela-tinn with the trirl., but when she

nxistMt further ; uvances net Be

came enraged," the ponce, onicer

said. u.

H kM he had a knife which

he'd purchased.:.and told how and
where he stabbed her."

Police said Hernng nau neenoui

of a mental msutution, oniy a

month at the time or tne siaying.

CONGRESSMEN DANIEL J. FLOOD, of Pennsylvania and Joel T. BroyhlU, of Virginia and
several other members of the visiting congressional, party, toured the Miraf lores locks and
control tower during the stop-over of the Panama liner Cristobal.' From left to right are Miss
Nancy Broyhill, Miss Jane Anne Broyhill,- Miss Jeanne Broyhlll, Mrs. Broyhlll, Flood, Mrs.
John F. Shelley, wife of Rep. John F. Shelley, of California; Mrs. Flood,- Broyhill, Capt. Joe
B. Flores, temporary aide1 to Flood, and Ma j. David -H. Smith, military assistant to-Gov, W.
E. Potter. 1 tv.'-t. i v.- f V i' lv:t '.-t ..'-,-- '.

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Army-Navy f ..' )26-V
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A hew class in Dance Skating
is being .formed and will meet at
the Balboa Rollerdrome at 7:00

on Tuesday evening, April 30.

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Diablo Camera Club

Selecis Kerr Slide

For Special Award

The Diablo Camera Club's spe--clal
annual award to a club
member for the best trip-sllde-

of-the-year? was won last week
by the-club's president; Eugene
K. Derr. A special committee of

luderes selected the color pnotog,

raph of a sentry tower at Fort
San Feline in Cartagenaf Co-

lombla, as the best trip picture
of the 200 slides submitted by

members in the contest.

'Also announced' at the club's
meeting' last Thursday was the
award to Mrs. .Margaret Davis
of an Honorable Mention ribbon

by the Photographic Society of

America lor her suae ine ror ror-tal,"
tal," ror-tal," The slide won 10 points
out of a possible 12 for the club
In the PSA's Aprl lclub t slide

contest. The Diablo Camera ciud

participates In these contests of

which there are live eacn year.
The local club is in tenth place

in Clsas A in whiQh

in Class A ln"whlchu48 States?

clubs are' entered.

Announcement was made of
the club's annual party which
will be held at the Tlvoll Guest
ttaub An f1iai Ananfnn nf Mot? V

xiyjUBV vu vilIv x rvnu'b v vaj vi.

1857. The annual elide exhibit

hv memberi Will be" a 'feature of

the evening's program, ? fudged

and commented on by Lt. vol

Leslie C. Wood.

MOTTA'S

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York's Rockefeller Center. In the background Is the International building.
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UP FOR A LOOK-SEA The iliafni Fla! Sedquarium's fashion show not only
captured the attention of landlubbers, but' brought three porpoises up to look.

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have to use this Chinese abacus to figure out their income lax records. Ancient
ccjnputing.aid il oa dirplay in Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry.

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,W thex practice anyway. When members of the Katlcnal Ballet of on the right ballerina Oldyna Dynomka uses a tree for a Lmbenrg,
- Canada I-Se released from practice one morning in Miami, they up bar. On the center of the stage, the girls line up in a yp.cal ba-et
V HrcucLingM dowa t the beach and mixed their business with formation for cameraman. Troyrret.rrei.t, rr?;!;ce i.vtcp s)
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rC3 PANAMA AMERICA AN INDEPENDENT PAU-T KEyTSFArPl

Senate Group Uross Vikon
To Keep Smell Arms In Stock

WASTTWrtTftW Anril 2 fUPW

i Senate task force called on De-

- a m..BiA. u' wi tnn

ease secretary vuwws
oday to determine whether bud bud-let
let bud-let cuts have impaired the ability
if the armed services to carry out
heir world wide military mis mis-tons.
tons. mis-tons. ..

;Tha ffrnitn a nana! Of the senate

trmed services preparedness sub-

ommittee urged Wilson specmc specmc-illy
illy specmc-illy t o find out if the various
imices arc getting enough con conventional
ventional conventional weapons.
' The task force said in a report
bat a strong state of prepared prepared-ices
ices prepared-ices to fight a ''continuing con-
Mnitinnal nav nrovide "a

necies of insulation against more

iraiue warfare'

'We should not out ourselves tn

C tmsiuon where ,w are compel
A ta ,4i aht all-out nuclear war

lare for want of sufficient lesser

veapena!! the report said

ITtui taW Inrr was annotated

o look into the closing of Army

nuance trfanti at Chattanooga.

Ten. and Newport, Jnd., and the
forthcoming; shutdown or the ord ord-lance
lance ord-lance plant at Parsons, Kans.
Durjng (the hearings of the task

sreased use of missiles and small

tnini waaiwma will rariiia the

teed for conventional, ammunition

y about 25 per cent la three to

ave years.
..Hut ttaa taslr force laid the Navv

ncpects 'to continue to need about

w per cent oi its current mmu
'litinn Aimtai riaanit now wean

ma. it commented tnac we .navy
nosed none of its ammunition fa fa-tilities
tilities fa-tilities last 'Tear and y. plana to

Hose none.

'fi TIia' ranrirf eainT Armv. Navv

ind Air Force ammunition stock-
Hm diiat .ahfkiit ith Hmi In

(pilar value as they. were before

pe juurean war wnen tne Army s

tnunuoiuon program was uie lar
rot Af a aharnfv ritial invuktiam,

Boo and report by the same pre pre-Baredoes
Baredoes pre-Baredoes subcommitteee.
i The task force conceded that

ma Armv now h morn ammunl

Son plants in layaway and stand-
ar atatiia than var hnfnra in

peacetime. But it commented that
Hit Armv In fiaral vaara. 1QK and

957 received only about' a quarter
if the ammunition funds original originally
ly originally requested by its logistics ex-

Krts. in wavy, receivea aooni
If its original ordnance bureau
ipquests.
. Th enta tha tailr fnria aaM.

fere made is the Defense Depart Department
ment Department and the Budget Bureau.

Congress provided about 91 te 100

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per cent of the requests which it

considered.-
The task force wag beaded by
Sen.' Estes .Kefauver (D-Tenn)
snriNriclnriftd Sens. Stuart Symine-

ton (D-Mo) and, Ralph E. Flan

ders (M-vt;.

Ecsl C:ra:n Yc:!h

Prcva Frco Sjlril

WWTHXM Anril 94 YtTP- HTf

German youtns are shedding tneir

mue snm:s.
A hlim shirt ia th uniform nf

Kith hov and aiiO memhers of the

"tree uerman youtn,'. tne soviet

zone S, communist youth organize
tion.

llAsf vntitfifi inl Anlv arA ffkfiia-

init tn nrnai their nwn hlllA ahirts.

but opemy-are deriding me smau

number wno suu oo.

fllan11ns' nf t.b shirt Is ton

tiMmrA m oicm Af vniith'a riiftZUat

with Communism and perhaps ev

en opposition io ine goveruiuem.v

n IllnctratB tha irrowinff anti-

Communist movemeni in xuasiern
Europe. The movement, was given
nam imnafaii hv the HunsarUo re

volt and tne use ox aoviei iroopi

io crusn ii. ,

m antt.Miia shirt ramoaim

tiaa Wnma an nntireaha that the

Communists have ieit u necessa

ry to take official notice oi k.
nut th rnnk: hardlv : icnore it

In East Berlin on an average day
before the Hungarian revolt blue

shirts were seen everywhere.

Discrimination In
Labor Subject Of
Government Talks

'CHICAGO. Anril 29 fUPK A-

bout 125 Chicago area business,

industrial, labor and social agen-
t-v larfara will mt tnmnrrnw

with President Eisenhower's com

mittee, on government contraas.

vice iTesiaeni Kicnara nixun,
chairman of the committee, is ex expected
pected expected to attend the meeting. Pur Purpose
pose Purpose of the conference is to elimin eliminate
ate eliminate racial and relieious discrimi discrimination
nation discrimination b work handled under gov government
ernment government contracts. The sessions

will be closed to the public.

NEW ALUMINUM! OEE CARRIER r- The SS Richard, 32,500 deadweight tons of self-uliloading
aluminum ore carrier, transits the Panama Canal on, her delivery voyage from Kure,. Japan
shipyards bound tor Newport News, Vatr ; ..

Spanish Musici:nr

Jsnovilz To Play
Tonight Al JVB ;

Federico Garcia Vallejo and

Prof. Hans Janowltz will share
the 'spotlight tonight when i the
monthly concert series resumes
at. the uso-jwb Armed Forces

Service Center at 8:19 p.m.

riarrta Vatlaf rf will lntrOdUCB

in concert, the bandurrla. a typ

ical Spanish instrument which
. r .It. 1.1- 1 UaM(MAHW

combines oova uw; umhitoj
beauty of' the guitar and the
melodic vitality of the man mandolin.
dolin. mandolin. 1 :

: Janowltz, teacher of piand at
the National conservatory of
Music, an artist. familiar to the
residents of the Canal Zone and
Panama for his mastery of tech

nlque, will preside iat me rno
There Is nd charge for service-

man whrt will.' he WelCOmfr aS

(ruests- of the USO-JWB. Ad Admission
mission Admission for the general public
Is l for adults and 80 cento for

m vw

New Self-Unloading Ore Ship
transits On Delivery Voyage

Byrd Us!::s Out At

US Luxoy Li:!,

Demands ll1: Slash

snimi BFKTi. Ind.. Anril 29

"kcm Hairv F. Bvrd todav

urged "massive public demand"

' i. jngressionai bcuuu vu uuujspi
cuts and tax reduction,
i "it ia a liixurv budeet on a

olnhat haaia" the' Virffinia DemO-

cnat -said. n embraces pracu-

flaiiv verv. countrv in me worio.

excepting Russia.J- :

Byrd leveled ms anacK against
fho i iwKattma hnHifet in an ad

dress sponsored' by t h e M anion

Forum over tne jauuiai jsroau-

casting System. '.

He said tne ouogei prwvia.es
inrlsfttnaiKt increaaea .. all down

the line'' and contains many new

items and expenses .wmcn couia
be eliminated, including- 14 new

State aid programs. 1
.- Trtninlv it id difficult to OD-

pose specific money-spending pro

posals, ne saw. jbuv mm yvuu
18 we must stop somewhere."

Th i aAnatnr laid ne UVOrea

spending whatever it takes for an

"Briontiata nflt ltsrv n SUDUBO-

m.nt hut ttiaintainml that -more

thin elv Killinn rfnllara could be

tij.au u via ivuv

trimmed from the budget without

harm. t .
"It might be necessary,". Byrd
niH "tn nri iih ruttintf the bud

get by. a fat percentage across

tne boara.

"T Ksiipv that nnr taxes are so

burdensome that if continued at
present and proposed levels they
will lean .to verv. verv serious

consequences JJyra saia. :

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AtaDACCIAai Vmintf Vavntlfln hAir wffK Kan4affAf4 -harf and!

vwnirnviwii m,.... ...... MW..MHBVH
hand ia tended by. Norwegian doctor. Capt. Olav Borgen, left
. after he waa wounded by a land mine explosion. It's.an 'ex
ample of real international humanity. Scene is El Arlsh, where
, the United Nation Emergency Force has stationed a field ho ho-.
. ho-. pital unit on a beech feeing the Mediterranean Sea.' The well well-equipped
equipped well-equipped unit has since Jan. 18 treated hundreds of Injured
and alck at this location. .. '!. ,.,

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: A' new type of aelf-unloadinf

aluminum ore carrier trie
Gharri transited the Panama

Canal last week.' She began her
voyage from the, shipyards of v.
IC Ludwig in Kure, Japan, en
route to Newport News, Va.

with a lengtn oi ou eei, u
a. width of SQ feet her loaded
draft Is 35 feet. She has ftdead ftdead-dunlin
dunlin ftdead-dunlin nf 32 soo ana

will carry approximately 31,600
tons of aluminum ore between

Jamaica, and Corpus ennsu,
Tex., aluminum 'processing plant
n fh. nevnniria Aluminum Co.

vwj w.
A fast'shlp with an economi

cal speed oi n Know, sue wi

make v rouno trip voyage r, u u-tween
tween u-tween Jamaica and-Corpua
nUtet Btriunt t.hrA riftVS. ;v

' The Richard's of fleer and crew

rtar are fullv air-condition

ed as are the luxurious accom

modations for six passengers.

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tsiaMi room for nasseneers la

furnished inv pastel colors with

twin beds, writimr desks, vanitv

tables, television; radio and pri private
vate private bath.

Her self -unloading machinery

is unique, differing from the

other self-unloadera of theLud-

wisr fleet in that all the moving

belt convevors are under deck.

with no A-frames and booms on

deck. Ore drops from hoppers

fitted tn ; the bottoms of t h ft

holiis Ante mnvlnir ndles. hnlt

conveyors wmcn carry tne cargo

all the way to the rear of the

ship and up an Incline to a posi position
tion position Just under the main deck.

At that point the ore falls on i
shuttle belt, which can be ex
tended.' bv hvdraullc motlva

tion. outside the hull of the

vessel for discharge into a hon

ner on shore. From the shore

hopper a' moving ; belt carries
the ore to the processing plant

to be converted into aluminum,
sheets, bars, tubing and other

shapes.
The Richard has more than

half mile on m o v i n g endless

twit within her hull. Thev en

able the vessel to' discharge

cargo automatically at well o
ver 2,000 tons per hour, r t-.t

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TOMORROW 4th DAY of

d r FELIX'S annual SALE
. Wim MORE AND NEW ATTRACTIONS

Ike. Dulles Pled
For Resloralion Of
SI:!ors Cut Budget

ATTrttTSTA fin Anril 20 (VP)

President Eisenhower and Sec

retary of fitate John roster uui
lAa hflVA monnpil a nlea, for res

toration of "the majority' of
e Honae-annroved cut in the

State Department budget.

Tne preswent consuiiea yes yesterday
terday yesterday by long distance tele

phone with Dulles, who Is to go
before the Senate Appropria

tions Committee tomorrow to
ask- that a. t47.3nn.000 nroDosed

slash be modified.

' PresMAnt VMspnhower. who

plana to return to Washington
from his golfing vacation Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Issued a statement follow

ing hla talk with mines saying
he believed the cut would be
"harmful to the United States

and the conduct of foreign af

fairs-
-.
tirMtA iTniiM press Secretary

Jfunen n. Haeertv said Elsen

hower and Dulles went over lat

est reports from tne Middle East
during their telephone confer conference.
ence. conference. Haegrty pointed out that he
lresiden tearlier this year agreed
that federal agencies should ab absorb
sorb absorb cuts wherever possible but
he '. thought the reduction, of
State's budget would threaten
the department's basic opera operation.
tion. operation.
The-administration in Jan-
txrv scVaH far 1227.700 .000.

which the House reducea to;

$180,400,000.
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Mickey's Mug Shot

jUp Jo Date
! CHICAGO. April (UP)
Mickey Cohen, former West Coast
j gambler, was questioned in a rou rou-i
i rou-i tine investigation and then was
j released, police said here' today,
i i Hary Penrin, deputy chief of
detectives, aid Cohen waa picked
up at his North Side hotel where
he had been staying since his ar arrival
rival arrival a few days ago from New
York
i After a check with California
! authorities whether be was want want-!
! want-! ed on the West Coast, Cohen was
released, Penna said. A mug
shpt, however, was taken of Co Cohen
hen Cohen to bring Chicago police up to
date, Feoiin added. t
! Cohen, now operator of a tropi tropical
cal tropical piant Bumery in Los Angles,
servei a federal sentence efl a
conviction ior income Ux etiv.on.

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the
week to the Balboa Junior-Se-
THh Intramural SDOrtS WO-
League wit" In: argesi. uub.
13, tods 1 tne C iaagu
All tne tournaments nave
reached thiemlflnal m
la theA League. lemKirUand
has played his way into the-11-:
ir?.Vi0 winkinskv. Eric Wash-
burn, and Bill Hele were rated
about even for the title In this
le&gue.'but Kinklosky Is already
' out, and one of the others Is due
for elimination before the finals
are played,,
'WintlnskV eot Olf to a gOOd
fart when he trimmed Grady
wpatj.ru 6-3 but ran into unex
pected trouble when he met Lem
Kirkland In the semifinals.
1 Kirkland was leading 5-4 when
v.o match' was rained Out. and
Winklosky was unable to return
to action the next day due to
Illness. In order, to get Into the
match with Winklosky. lumana
had to defeat Gerry Herrera -3.
Herrera in turn had upset Char
lie Frencn in an opbiuuk ivunu
match, 6-3.' .
In the lower half of the brack bracket
et bracket Felix Polerl came within an
mt- nt milliner the unset of the
tournament when he was lust
barely nosed out.by Eric Wash Washburn
burn Washburn 6-4 In an opening round
match. Polerl had,- Kashburn
running all over the court with
his fine Placements', but the
' more agile and better condition conditioned
ed conditioned Washburn prevailed with
good serves 'and fine recoveries
as the contest- roovea into wie
latter rjuneayt.:tM' v'i'ff:
L'an e Thompson eliminated
Ralph Gundersen 6-3 In the
nnenine round only to find him
self .promptly eliminated 6-0 by
Bill Hele.-! Heie ana wasnourn
will battle It out in the other se
mifinals for the right to play
Kirkland In the finals.
In- the' B League John. Rich'
ardscp looked so good in turning
back. Konaid. iieggiere ou:m;an
opening, round, contest that he
was almost immediately estab established
lished established as the best bet to take the
title. Mike Bejfctsak; one' of the
c h f e f rivals vto Richardson's
claim had to forfeit his match
with" John by doctor's orders.
Richardson will meet Bill Herrec
ra in the top half semifinal con contest
test contest when Herrera defeated Luis
Scottino 8-6 and then won from
George Camby by default when
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rcamby couldn't find the tennis
courts J", -'
Bob Hatting and Manuel Bor Bor-oweic
oweic Bor-oweic will meet in the other .se .semifinal
mifinal .semifinal match in the B League.
Boroweic got' en "opening round
by 6 then upset Juan Vecchione
7-5 to move into the semles. Hat-
tine showed that he Is going to
have something : to say about
who win' hat" rheri he swept
past Mike Kelly with- an asy
6-2 win., Kelly had previously
eliminated Meigs Bertolette 6-1
and .looked like the best bet to
meet Richardson in the finals
As of now. however, it looks like
It will be Richardson and Hat Hatting
ting Hatting in (thei finals this -weekv .vi- j
In the C League tournament
where ft lot of inexperienced
boys are taking part. John Lew-1
is, Steve McDaniel. and Doug!
cnassm look like the best of, the
bunch. Freddy Chase., however,
has gotten into the semifinals
along with these three, and al although
though although he has never played the
game before.. :he has? shownH
marked improvement each time
he takes to the court.
Opening round matches in thl
league saw Jack DeVore take the
measure or ai Muller 6-3, Chase
defeated Mugner 6-1. sGordy
Boswell won from 'Lou Lombano
6-2. McDaniel took; Jack Blaney
6-3. and Lewis won from; Jim
; Competition' (rot A bit rougher
in the second round .Chassin
was extended plenty A before
whipping DeVore,. a rank1 novice
ax tne game o-3,; Chase looked
the best in the second round,
sweeping past Earl .Griggs 6-0
with hardly the loss of a point.'
McDaniel had his hand, fnii
with Boswell. but showed enough
experience to come up with a 6-3
win. Lewis and JafV Vineyard en-
fKea m me closest match of al
thes competition thus for., and
Lewis had. to call on all his skill
to come up with an 8-6 win. -j
Chassis is favored to take
Chase in one of the spmiftnaie
matches, while the one bet-wim
McDaniel and Lewis is rated a
toss-up. ..
With lennis.schedulM n -wrA
up this week, the boys have golf;
and swimmina Mt.itnrm tv.
frQmn.nl .H 4-- .
uu mr me year. tm anif tour
nament will be held at the Gam-
ua wud on May 4. while the big
swim mint moot vhu h. ,i
fl n? -ti1 BaIb0a pool.
Both the.Sa sport will be held in
a, a and c Leagues

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NEW YORK. April 29rtUP)
The youthful left arms oi a pair
nf rookies and the ageless'right
arm of Satchel Paige today
stacked the Richmond Virginians
and -the Miami Marlins one-two
in the international League
standings.
' .
Paige, who Havana manager
Nap j Reyes suspects "was "was-pitching
pitching "was-pitching in the gaslight days,"
made his first start of the year.
' Sunday and scattered six hits
to give the' Marlins a 7-1 tri triumph
umph triumph over Buffalo after the
Bisons tripped them, T-l,
the first tame of their twin
i Richmond, powered by the
double debut, victories -' of. Ed
Maier and Jim Kite, two south southpaws
paws southpaws who spent last year with
Denver, defeated Montreal,1 2-1,
6-1, to seize. undisputed; posses possession
sion possession of first places
.For the defending pennant
winners,, Toronto; and ;ihe4deV
fending playoff champ Ions, i
Rochester, Sunday was t a day
they'd jather forget.-; Havana,
trioned the Red Wings. 2-0. 3-0,
while Columbus? chewed up Tor
onto, 6-3, 4-2. . '-jh-:
' Paige, who has-' lnVcinted a
"hum bug" i pitch, which he
claims "hums and 'makes the
batters buggy, was' helped to
his-triumph by home runs by
Johnny Bucha, Bob A Micelotta
and Frank Herrera.'
Richmond backed Its oath"
paws with a 17-hU barrage off.
five. Montreal pitchers, Site
spaced eight hits in the Open Opener
er Opener while Maier restricted the
Royals to six in the nightcap.
A three-run first .and three three-run,
run, three-run, third ehase&r Montreal
starter Fred Kipp, who was re recently
cently recently shipped down ;1y the
Brokiyn DodgeiV'.-,.A.-.
Vicente Amor of Havana two-
hitted Rochester' m their open-
erl while teantmate Fran Rami
rez spacen seven-nits 'W out out-duel
duel out-duel Bob Blaylock in the second
game. f
Lino Donoso and Choiiy Na-
ranio stepped up their bid to re
turn to the Pittsburgh pirates as
they both hurled the -distance in
oolumbus' douhie' victory: over i
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'Ithe Phillies,' left, and Johnny Antonelli pf the Giants founds Out
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Pacific; Softball, Ledffue

Playoffs To .Bej

ny henry clarx ;
: Final Second Half Standings
Won Lost Pet
Hn&Ho 20th f. Ml 4 ;. 733
Lou Glud 'Agency 10- 6 .556
C.N. pan Liquido 6." .600
Blatz Brewers-;. 6 -11 j .313
Tasco aBtteries .. A 12 .250
Schedule of Play-off Series
' April 29: Hq. and Hq.f20th.-In.
fantrv vrf C. N. Pan liauido.
- April 30V C. N pao Liquid vs
Hq. and Ht(. 20th Inf. -1,
May 1: Hq: and Hq.. 20th In
fantry, ys c N. Pan Llquldo.
' Hq. and Hq. Co. 20th Infantry,
Ft. Kobbe became second half ti
tle winners in -the pacific Soft
ball League on- Saturday by
sweeping the scheduled double.
header with last place ascO
Batteries. 16-to-5 and 5-to-3
i Ace hurler of the Kobbe Reg
ulars, Murphy Descant, relieved
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newcomer Carl Jonas during the
iirst game ana pitched- 9 2-3
consecutive innings to support
the Lifeliners.' cllncher whlle the
mfanrtymen rapped two Tasco
piicners, bod Newma and
Bowmanr in both games for $l
uotai oi nineteen hits. 5 : ,j;
Carl Jonas of Hq. and Hq. 20fh
Inffantry, rt. "Kobbe inade his
debut in the Paclf io. Softball
League after getting the starting
role of the first same from M-
Sgt Chambers, manager of the
regulars. 4
. Jonas got credit for the .16-5
win' although superb handling; of
the Navy-boys by ace pitcher,
wiurpny uescant, in me nitn,
was necessary. Newman Of Tas
co went tne route lor the losers.
' Nine errors bv the batterv-
boys aided the yiciVwy march for
uie jjiieuners.
Jonas save no five hits an
five runs before Descant stopped
the Navy-boys on no-hit no-run
ball for and 2-3 innings. Tasco
Batteries aorirprf ther rim In
Ithe: third and fourth' frames
when, Jonas weakened and was
hit hard by the losers.
K. arates and Stewart of Hd:
and Hq., 20th Infantry v gave a
fine. example of clutch hitting
by collecting three for four each.
v Score Bv Inninr
H(J. 20th inf. 030 401 118 jj : 1
T. Batteries 002 300 0 5 5 9
i (, Second Game f''
In tort of contrast to- the
first came of the doubleheader.
Hq. and Hq. 20th Infantry nlp-
pieo a a-to-3 win over Tasco
Batteries before a large cheer cheering
ing cheering section in the second game
of the day. A
This Was the "biff" victor for
the Infantrymen who became
the second half title-holders and
will meet 'first half winners, Cer Cer-veceria
veceria Cer-veceria Nacional paa Llquido, In
a two-best-of-three series for
the 1957 pacific Softball Cham Championship,
pionship, Championship, y ;,. ';.-. 1
Games of this- series will he
played during the week and all
Softball: fans oa the Isthmus are
extended a cordial invitation to
witness the series.-
Taklner an earlv one-run lead
in the first inning on field cap captain
tain captain Grates' home run to deep
left, the .Ft Kobbe Regulars,
with Descant pitching, held the
cellar-dwellers Tasco Batteries
lor inret iuu innings without a
run.
. 't 4 -s:- , i
'Tasco came "to 'life In "the
fourth on a walk' to Smith, a sac-
ruice out men a one-run aouoie
by Nelson- over-abort This and
sepaarte runs in the sixth' and
seventh Innings were all for Tas Tasco
co Tasco aBtteries until next season;
Descant chalked np his 12tb
win 01 tne season while Bowman
of Tasco received, the decision,
giving up three hits for five nmi
in five full innings. First game
loser Bob Newman relieved Tas
co starter Bowman and was tag tagged
ged tagged f6r one hit before retiring
th side. .... -
Williams of the TJfellner tilt
two for four to lead the field,. ;
,Th bo score:
Ta Eatiertes
nAMi
Afc
4
3
M
S--IIIIla j,a
Smith i..
Kaps .. .,
Pundy ...
3
2
a
1 Nelson ..
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o a
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Nesbitt ,.
Ghrist
Bowrcan
Newmaa
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24 3 I
Tt Kobbe'
1
Rosa
Stewart
rtrates .,
Wesolek'.
William
Roth ..
Brady ..
Neal .. .,
I3car.t
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5, 0
2 4
1 1
2 1
1 4.

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he batter, as Robin Roberts of
when they pitched, against
laU to grab this liner which
see a grounder hop. over him.

She Learns
UICIC
NEW YORK (NEA)-Nnette Pa Pa-bray,
bray, Pa-bray, the, TV actress who became
thefirst girl ever to' make the
major leagues, ,;cpurtesy of an
JiBC; show,, Vlt's a Man's Game,"
spent three weeks with Leo Duro Duro-cher
cher Duro-cher learning the 'ins and outs Of
how ballplayers act,
I When she. reported' to New York
for rehearsals, jhe donned a Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia uniform. But when asked
ti do some pitching, she disDlav-.
ed .more baseball knowledge' than
expected. . -; ft
.1 can't pitch for a week,"1 she
said. 'I have sore arm."
, The. network promptly brought
in KoDin itouerts, tne Pblliies' e
iasuc arm pitcher; to finish
tne tutoring chores
(Ml Roberts ;
a': !,j'H',j-i,''i v
AndGophers
. : v iv- t : v 1
' ';ft -.'it. i
' : fWr, YCiRK NEA)' -Rabin
Kooert. who throws so many
home run pitches1 that even' his
own manager; Mafo Smith, is on
mm about it, could take, a tew
hints from the New York Giauts.
After beating Roberts the first
time they faced him Hhis .season,
the Giants noted that the Philue
pitcher is bis own worst enemy.
"He .never' brushes1 anybody
back, so hitters dig in against him
an old Polo Grounder said. "Add
this to the fact he's losing home
of that stuff: what With throwing
300 innings every year, and you
Field & Stream
. By JOE STETSON 1 e.
' Dog; Editor -'
'"I'm absolutely frustrated.''
said Charlie, after, collaring his
garage.
"I imagine my neighbors and
other victims of Tim's car chas chasing
ing chasing think I'm not concerned or
that I do nothing about it, but
I've reprimanded him. I've shut
him up and I've given him more
than one good whipping feel feeling
ing feeling that broken skin Is better
than broken bones. All this
seems to make him the more
resentful of the next car that
comes by." .'.-j
I I knew Just how Charlie felt
Tim, like many another car
chaser, was a sweet dog other.
wise, mannerly, even Jn temper temper-ament.
ament. temper-ament. obedient to command.
But something about a vehicle
3n motion seemed to trigger a
mechanism inside him which
shut out response, to ordinary
discipline. .. ... c-.
There are many methods rec-
ommenaea lor curlna- chasers,
wouldn't want to guarantee any
of them, and' some' are down downright
right downright dangerous. The only thing
you can do Is keep on trying.
Above all, don't procrastinate
as a car chasing dog is a definite
uauuty. Motorcyclist and bi
cyclists are usually included as
hi victims, and they are more
vulnerable. . -
une traditional remwl-r fa a

o n kuhui ut comparauveiy neavy
ojchain fastened to the dog's col col-5'
5' col-5' j liar. The dog can walk and trot

, I in reasonable comfort, but run
nlng causes the chain to whip
pacit and rorth and Interfere
with front leg action.
Sometimes a shorter length of
cnain u used with a short piece
oi Droom suck rastened to it it
Will cause considerable interfer interference
ence interference wben.lt get to wobbling
about.
1 Hiding m a ear. stranee to the
dog; with a pail of water or a

; j water pistol charged with a sol sol-0
0 sol-0 ution of ammonia has been rec-
0 omraended. but I've always been
1 skeptical of the effectiveness of

water or a solution when thrown
while there- is any- appreciable
air-speed. .
Perhaps the "beit deal is to
build a good backyard fence or
nm-and keen the doe safe from
netchborhood troubles of any
kind.

Triple Iflatobning Key
To Stengel's Success?;

; By STEVE SNIDER,
NEW YORK. Aoril 29 (UP) 1.
What's Casey StenKel's success
secret? '.,,
As the fabulous New York
Yankees keeD rolling year after
year, the theories keep coming;
and many are close to the mark
but the old boy himself recentlv
dropped a remark that looks like
tne key to the whole business:
"When I came to this ball club
nine years ago,'! said Stensrel. "I
made ud my mind in advance to
nave three men for every job.
And this was a ball club that
couia: ao it io?;me,.4MSp
It was by accident or rather
76 accidents that Cawy had to
test his theory in his first sea season
son season with, the; Yankees but that
only served to prove hiwyrlgjjt
he was. wirfir-'tf'rfstf'WHj'i'i h-i-.-
Txi his' 1949 "debut he had'td
platoon like a mad trenlus and
switch his players all around the
diamond: to counteract a wave
of Injuries and illness that
struck 79 times in.' varyinr de
grees of serlbusness. But he won
the pennant and the World Se Series
ries Series to start a string that now
has 'reached seven pennants in
eight campaigns. i, "
As the years passed. Casey was
able to stock three players for
every Job by the simple proce procedure
dure procedure of building ud a hard' core
of versatile athletes who can
play two or even three different
positions. c
"That's how we-trot so many
shortstops ; this -sprlne.! said
Stengel. "Ihad eight years to

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aACDONALO MUIB UMfTIO.

find some shortstops to replace
Phil Rizzuto. The little feller''
kept going and we got overload overloaded
ed overloaded with shortstops."'
So what happened when Phi! ?,
finally quit?
GU McDougald,' '. equally at
home on' second -or third base.
asked for the Job and won
though he never had been a big'
league' shortstop before v
... Where or when Stengel's plat!
ooh-theory, was born ho never
has said, at least not -; loudly
.nnnirh fnr fl.11 t heiir. : 'Bllt it

may have been during his long
stretch of managing in the min-
ors after managerial failures is
the National League at Brooklyn
and Boston. '.
. Tn mi nf Mm anftlvtical monda
early in his Yankee career. Sten-
good players. Player riam me
bench tell you. .'if,. L could onlT
get jn there every, aay.. ia oa
this and that' If they had to

play ;eve?y day, they .wouldn'B f
even be up here Sometimea,,:
we've got tohlde', 4,guy .for vf

while so the- pitchers don't geit.

The "good ones', of !cbursev T

to work like horses' with no
thought of relief. In fair weath-
er or a drizzle, Mickey Mantua
works every day he can drag

himself to the tlate. Yogi Berra l

hollers for relief .particularly on

doubleheaders., but Casey keeps .
him catching i

"As my selr-appolnted-assut- ;

ant manager, assistant nresl .

dent, assistant commissioner and

assistant public relations man.

Mr. Berra is a very valuable per..,
son." ,saya Casey with-' merry

wink. r-r i
v
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," TZS PANAMA AMERICAN AH UIDlPgJIPBfflr DAttT NnWATO
Met wrvr;:
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MONDAT, APRIL 29, 1957

P

Willi

Faslich Leaguers Take

2-0 Margin

The Pacific All-Stars last night slugged out a
16-11 triumph over the Atlantic All-Stars at the Mt,
Hope Stadium to make it two straight over the Gold
Coasters in their scheduled six-game series. ;
The two teams are slated to tangle again at Mt

Hope under the Ughts Wednesday- ; v. :

The U-hlt slugging ;of the' pa-
Hfle aiders offset seven errors.
IThe Atlantic aiders erred only
We but could put together only
jfive hits,., "iv.i-$
The "Vastllch' Leaguers 'were
Ipaced. in .the slugging depart department
ment department y. Richard Scott's home
Irun.-L. 'Vaughn's triple and; J
barcla'a double. -The extra base
blow for the Atlantic siaers ws
R: venas' double.
The winning
pitcher was
1 Vaughn while
ir.hrcri.rf viOi t.hc defeat.
lv B . i .a iu
Shortstop r. Mimirtu oi
Mt All" stars saved" tne
rame for his team when he made i
. .... 1 1 11. .Llaita f
Inning. Ammiratl's stab was the
ifieldinff gem Of the ha'd lougm
ieontest. ; i ',i;::ff:.
fhk Mtni1fttI6n' seven' InnlnES
snded "with the teams deadlock deadlock-ra
ra deadlock-ra at nine-all. The Pacific aiders
pushed over two runs In their
half of the eighth only to have
the Atlantic stars come nun
back and tie It up Again. The
determined Atlantic aiders came
irithln a whisker of taking it all
wily to' have Ammlrati convert
rhat would have been a game game-srinnirie
srinnirie game-srinnirie hit into another out. :
The Ilnescore:
Pacific 1 031 203 03516 1 7
Itlantic 260 001 02011 3 1
PACIFIC SIDE WINS OPENER
IN V.F.W, TEENER SERIES
" i"r-. "-;rt,. ; ) ...
TTmnciscd Martin. Pacific
pitcher and Brian Lutx, Atlantic
itcner stagea a.oeav. pivcums
ii rrldav nlarhtln a narked
ttadlum,t Jarman Field, Fort
Clayton, c z.
.For two: innings Martin .;. and
Luts had the batters swinging:, at
thin ir ns Martin struck Out
Ihree of the- first seven batters
lo face trrnt as Luta was striKing
ut four of the six batters to face
g'v
llm. i: --v
In the' second Inning the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic sHtj put runners on second
md third with.no onts but Mar Marin
in Marin bore down 'to f force Hugo
fompklns to pop up to first and
(etlred James Will and frames
klcGloln on strikes, v;- ;
'The pacific alders came v trp
Irlth two runs and the ball game
fa the bottom of the third Inning
m a single toy Joseph Garcia
ind an pverthrow of second base,
they teed the game with four
runs la the1 fiXth Inning after
Lutz struck out Martin but Doug Doug-as
as Doug-as Chassin "singled, John Morris
loubled; Oarcia. washit by the
itcher,. an Gary Ness doubled,
the Atlantic' aide f cored, their
mly run, in the top, of the sixth
if ter two were down when Rich Rich-ird
ird Rich-ird Venas singles and was driven
home on a double by Keith Ku-
Martin gave up one- run .'no
After the second 'round of tie
eu Ulua Monday and ; Chowder
fcowling league, toe Penguins heiJ
ib to lirst place taking, t ft r e e
umes to one from the ia Pizzas. I
it looked like rougb xoing for the
Penguins when the fiszss downed
fcera the first game, mt "go get
am" Burns and -uua 5 lm came
isck to nip the Pizzas in the lec lec-Ktd
Ktd lec-Ktd game by 20 pins, and the
Ibint game by 2& pms, wfaicd alsd
live tnem toul pins by 14. Ray
Burn had the honors -ain for
lie Penguins with i 524 series.
nhile Latfaestra tut i u lor tne
The BB's led by AL "Smiley','
tatmaa's sma&hing 575 series
twned the Lex Leittz 4 games
a. dropping the Lerues into the
lellar. It was bo contest tor the
IB s as Batman practically took
fcem single handed. AL put games
If 203, ixt and 17 to -take over
iidi series in the league: l or the
' LeOies Rusell was iugn with a 410
itries. (Th Batmen struck again.)
This week should be interesting
k watch, as the em meet uu
rith tha LaPizzas, and the f e d-
puns tangle with thUi Lefties.!
the players are confident that the
Lefties will rome-out of their
. ihuzu7nexteek .. k
HOW THIY STAND
fenguins 1 - T 1
Ls Pizzas 4H3V,
U'l .44
i Lefleez VA
118 IJGHT AVERAGES

m 1 "-t

V. LaUaestxa
B, Burns
A. Batman
F. Lee
. RkiteH
D. Knowtton
R. iiedin
B. Benjamin

182
lit
174
V 148
143
134
123
V i

In

Series

four hits while striking out nine
and Issued only one free ticket
to first base. Lutz gave up six
runs on five hits, walked four
and struck out seven. ,
The box score:
Atlantic
Ab
3
2
3
3
3
3
"
Humphrey c
Venas lb ,.
Kulie 88
Fields 2b ..
Tompkins cf . k.
Wilder x .,
McOloln 3b
1
a
lWnrp rf ...vA.;.::.2.s 1
cotton rf . : If..:. 1
i m
x Grounded out for Will in the
sixth, ',;.,
Pacific"
Chassin 2b .;
Morris, J. rf
Garcia ..
Ness lb
Vaughanr cf
Parker ss..
Ammlrati 3b
Scott, R. cf
Martin p . :
3
4
2
3
3
3
. V
t
!'
2
3
" SUMMARY '-i Two base hits:
Kulig, J. Morris, Kess. Strike outs
byr Martin 8, Luta 7. Walks off:
Martin' 1. xutg 4.' Left w base:
Pacific 8, Atlantic 4. Earned
runs: Pacific 4. Atlantic 1. Um Umpires:
pires: Umpires: Mohl and Moore. Time:
1:48. Scorer: Brandon,
Albrcok Cephas V
Soccer Seriss 2-0 ;
Over Fort Ou!:cfc ;
" ; 'By Dimarcandfl.;r
The Alb rook Latin. American
School soccer team Saturday
clinched the aeries being .plaj?--d
with the Fort Gullck School
Latin American student when
! they chalked up a 4-3 victory
t the Albrook Field.
y : It was lh, second straight
. win for Albrook in the best of
H'hree eriefciV;-? sr V .fX-'':'
X The Oalick team'k chances
-were greatly hampered .by one
. f the referees oddly he's
f Gulickr school student, y t,
i This !i official's poor work
caused a fist s -.light in -which
several players and even a few
spectators participated. No one
was hurt in the melee.
Young atuh;fi

Swimmers Getting Ready; For

Day

Young swimmers i from the
communities of Gatun. Qamboa
and Balboa are working hard
these days. They are getnng
ready tor the annual Youth Day
Swimming Meet sponsored by
Elks Lodge 1414 of Balboa, ';
' BUrtinK at 9:30 a.m. Saturday,1
May 4 m, Doys anoiru wiwwu
8 and 12 years of age will have
an opportunity to prove to mem mem-selves
selves mem-selves who the champions are in
a 31 event program at the Gam Gam-bo
bo Gam-bo Pool? '-i fc;. :.V ;
Entry blanks are Available at
all tne uementary scnoois, ana
these should be sent to the aarc
boa pool by May 1st-'
The list of events is as follows
I. 50 Yard Free Style, boys, 13
and under.
2. 50 Yard Free Style, girls, 12
and under.
3. 50 Yard Free Etylev.boys. 11
and under. v-. ---- i
T 4. 50 Yard Free Stle, girls. 11
and under, v
6. 25 Yard Free Styte, boys. 10
and under. T; .'
-
6. 25 Yard Free Style, girls, 10
and under. ; i
. 7. 25 Yard Free Style, boys 9
and under.
dr
8. 25 Yard Free Style, girt. S
t. 25 Yard Free Style, boy, 8
and under.
10. 25 Yard Freestyle, girls. 8
and under.
11. 25 Yard Freestyle, boys. 7
and under.
-12.' 25 Yard' Free 8tyle. girls 7
and under.
13 25 Yard Free Style, boys.- 6
and under.
14. 25 Yard Free Style, girls I
and under.
15. 200 Yard Medley Relay, boys;
12 and under.
IS. 200 Yard Medley Relay, girts,
12 and under.
17. 100 Yard Medley Relay, hoys.
19 and under.
18. 100 Yard Medley Relay. girU,
10 and under

19. 100 Yard Medley Relay, boya,
8 and under.

Kadir Outlasts King To Win

Thrilling
Antonio Eskttdsen's Kadir con continued
tinued continued his consistent running
and chalked up his second con con-muU
muU con-muU victory yesterday after
noon in the "$600 seven furlong
sprint for fourth series-imported
thoroughbreds; at -the President
Remon racetrack. :-rv 't
r Kadir ame nnaer tne nnisn
line three-quarters of length
ahead of Kinjr. after a thrilling.
n3p-and-tuck stretch battle
Fast-

Starting

Silence Sevsre

5 t
By FRED DOWN.
NEW YORK. April 2-(UP
The Milwaukee Braves havesl-
i .v,.ti. mnut severe criuca
today with one or : iniw
starts in National League ni ni-ry
ry ni-ry featured by five one-run ylc ylc-torles
torles ylc-torles and a glittering 2.70 staff
earned run average.
And, lit the' process, they are
..fL.v.in tA turn the N.L. race
into a two-team light with the
Brooklyn Dodgers .instead of the
three and possibly four-team
struggle predicted by the experts.
The Dodgers, with 7-3 record record-are
are record-are the only other team In the
league over .500 after two weeks
of piay. ... .
" The Braves dealt the'Cincin-
nati Redlegs a staggering blow
over she weekend when they
.!. it straight victories
for the season over them. YesJ
terday's 3-Z tnumpn, in
35-year-old Red Murf I picked
up the first win of ; his bg
league career, dropped the Ted,
-i.r...n,.b.i nedlers three
nmM under and IV4
games behind the front-running
BraTefcJ-.-: y-;;;v;''. 'V
Winning the close ones Is sup
-..h n K. thm mark Of the
chTmpion and the Brayeshave
scored no fewer f than tbnt
their nine wins by on yun. In
their 10 games, Milwaukee pitch pitchers
ers pitchers have gone the distance seven
f.. n.Tviilriri only 27 eirned
runs accounting for the, 270
.f.ff mi Th 1955 Dodgers
made the fastest start in big
league history when they opened
the reason wiut xv w"v.
victories. if ,.';
'Murff. taking oyer from Tay Taylor
lor Taylor Phillips, yielded me i run i and
three hits in the lait S 1-3 1h
ntriM yesterday. The Braves
Kmf. 11 tie in the fourth li
ningr with two runs on successive
fimiiA h mil Bruton and Del
CrandaU. a bunt single by PhiW
hps and Danny O'Connell's aac aac-rifinn
rifinn aac-rifinn fiv.. Phillios and Murff
yielded io walks but were help
ed oy lour aouDie piay.
amboa;
20. 100 Yard Medley Relay,
girls, S and under. - I- i w
21. 60 Yard Back Stroke, boys,
12 and under. ..
22. 0 Yard Back Stroke, girls,
12 and under.. ' -.
23. 25 Yard Back Stroke, boys,
10 and under. c
24. 25 Yard Back Stroke, girls
10 and. under. i
25. 25 Yard Back Stroke,' boys,
8 and under.
2fl. 25 Yard Back Stroke, girls,
8 nad under. ;
27. 50 Yard Breast Stroke, boys,
12 and under.
28. 50 Yard Breast Stroke, girls,
12 and under.
29. 25 Yard Breast Stroke, boys,
10 and under. ---. -
30. 33 Yard Breast Stroke, girls.
10 and under. '
31. 25 Yard Breast Stroke, boys.
Sand under. - -
32. 25 Yard Breast Stroke, girls,
8 and under. .
S3. 200 Yard Free Style Relay, t
boys, 12 and under.
34. 200 Yard Free Style Relay. I
girls, 12 and under. '
35. 100 Yard Free Style Relay J
boys, 10 and under.
38. 100 Yard Free Style Relay,1
girls, 10 snd under. . i
37. 100 Yard Free Style Relay,!
bovs. 8 and under.
63. 100 Yard Free Style Relay,
girls. 8 and under.
Please note the chane in
events number 15. 18, 17. 18, 19,
and 20. The 150 Yard Medley Re-'
lay becomes a 200 Yard' event
and the 75 Yard Medley Relay is
now an 100 Yard event This
means that ach Relay .Team
iwill be made up of four (4) swim-
rners Instead of three CSV. and
(they will be as follows: Or free
style. (i nutteniy. (i) onnooox
breast stroke, and (1) back
stroke. -
Also note that the startln
time has been set back to P:30
a.m. Instead of 8:30 a.m.
Following the meet the com-
ipeltors will be treated to ie

Balboa

cream and sodas by
Club.

the !ks

Racetrack Feature

f The iwo sons of Killarnef were ;
i co-iavonies in me muiuc.a. . v
' Volcanlco set the early pace
but ouickly faded when Ezcasay
maae.' an issue oi h. : uiswnisu
then moved up along Ezcasay
until King Joined them and fi finally
nally finally 'forged to the front turn turning
ing turning into the home tretch. -i '.
, Kadir moved xo the leader w w-most
most w-most a f,urIongr from ; the iWlre
tind the two battled .head and
-
" The Dodgers suffered their
third loss in 10 games when
' Bob Friend fired a seven-hitter
U give the Pittsburgh Pirates
s 3-8 decision. Hank Foiles sin
gled home Pittsburgh's first
run In the fifth and the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates added single tallies In
! the seventh and eighth. Friend
now has beaten the Dodeers
six straight times at Forbes
Field dsting back to Aug. 23,
1953. 1
St. Louis pitching limited the
Chicago Cubs to a total of five
hits 'in the doubleheader as the
Cardinals scored 6-2 and 4-0
victories while the Philadelphia
Phillies walloped the New York:
niants 11-2. In other N.L, rames.
The Giants led in the nightcap,
8-7, when it was suspended to
the seventh with Philadelphia's
potential tying run on base, it
will be completed Aug. 16.
T.indv Mr.Danlel pitched a
three-hitter and Stan Muslal
drbve In three runs with a hom
er and two singles for the Car
dinals in their opener and then
Tom chenev and Herman Weh-
meier shut out the Cubs with two
hits. Al Dark knocked in two key
Cardinal runs In the nightcap.
Rookie Jack Sanford beat the
Giants for the second straight
time as the Phillies "Iced'? their
game witlr seven runs ,, in the
eighth. Rip Repulski and Chlco
Fernandez each homered and
knocked'in three runs for the
Phillies.-. v.,.,-
, The Chicago White Sox open opened,
ed, opened, up a one-game lead in the
American League when they
beat the Kansas City Athletics,
5-3, Jim Wilson, and. Gerry -Sta.
ley combined to hold the Athle.
ties to five hits, including hom
ers by. Gus .Zernlal, Jim Pisonl
and Hal Smith. Chicago has won
seven of nine games.- v
Yori Berra's lOth-innlng hom homer
er homer lifted the New York Tan Tan-'
' Tan-' kees te a 3-2 victory and snap snap-,
, snap-, ped the Boston Red Sox' five five-game
game five-game winning streak., A crowd
of 36,971 saw Don (Perfect
Game) Larsen pick up his first
win of the year after the Red
Sox tied the score against Bob
Grim with two runs in tha
ninth. ;
Jim Busby scored on catcher
Frank' House's error to give the
Cleveland Indians a 10-lnning,
S-2 verdict after the Detroit Ti
gers won their opener. 2-0, be
hind the the six-hit pitching of
Don Lee and Al Aher. Ray Nar Nar-leskl
leskl Nar-leskl .received credit for Cleve Cleveland's
land's Cleveland's win in the nightcap after
the Tribe wasted Early Wynn's
one-hit, elght-innipg pitching
iq the first game.
Jerry Snyder singled home
Whltev Herzog In the 10th to
give the Washington senators a
7-6 victory but the Baltimore
Orioles won the nightcap. 3-2, as
reuei pitcher Billy O Dell turn
ed In 3 2-3 hltless innings. BiUy
Gardner and Bob Boyd had two
hits- each for the Orioles in the
second gtme..-t
DRIVE-IN
TODAY !;:
last day!:
Of Bthi' bsrt-stepi!f
noffliirfs th sxrttn fesj
wiKOSTTmimm
X

Braves

Critics

I victor! J
MATURE!

MM,

head until the former suddenly
took command and drew-, away
from King in the final 50 yards.
Blakemere, which received an
uncertain and dubious ride, fin finished
ished finished strongly to take show
money, Ji ,t ;
Ezcasay was fourth. Di stingo

fifth, Plateada sixth and Volca Volcanlco
nlco Volcanlco brought up the. reare
.The winner, returned a i juicy
$6.80 straight. His one two with
King, paid a dividend of $16 60.
.. The originally scheduled
main event, for second series
horses was canceled by the
; track manager after Gavilan
i was scratched from the four
; horse field..
, Braullo Baeza '. booted -: home
Argyla, Enganoso and El Fakir
to lead the jockeys. He dropped
an eyelash decision aboard Te Te-loreo
loreo Te-loreo to Rutllante. : The latter,
incidentally, was the day's only
long shot winner. She brought
Joy to her faithful backers to the
tune of $43.40 per ducat
The dividends: u
. FIRST RACE
lJ-Argyla $5.40, S.49,
2 Julie $3.80.
s' SECOND RACE
1 Montero $3.80, 2.80. -.
2-Bagdad $2.60.
First Double: $11.40
THIRD RACE
1 Engafioso $3, 2.20.
2 Tanganica $2.20.
i One-Two: $8
FOURTH RACE
lCopar $5.40, 340.
2-Onds Real $5.60.
Quiniela: $18
FIFTH RACE
1 Manandoagna 85.20.
(N place betting)
SIXTH RACE
1 Rutilante $419, U. J? 4
2 Teiorto $4. ;f -SEVENTH
RACE
1 Embrujada $4.20, 2.60.
2 Golden Corn II $2.80.
Second Double: S213
EIGHTH RACE
1 El Fakir $7, 2.40.
2 .Ffcltro $2.40. W tx tx-:
: tx-: V Quiniela: $3.80
A j NINTH RACE
l-Kadir $6.80 3.20.
2 King $3.40.
. One-Two: $11.60
. vi ... a, .
Today tncanto J5 30
Jose rerrer in
"COCKLESHELL HEROES"
In Cinemascope! j A
lie'J.CoKbW5ir--H'-"MUMI
EXPOSE"
Today IDEAL .20 JO
Jean Simmons In
I "THE ACTRESS"
Errol Flynn in
"KJM" i
Showing At Your Service
BALBOA 6:15 8:26
Alr-Conltloned
Tom EweU
Jayne Mansfield
"The Girl Cant Help It"
Cinemascope Color I
Tucs. "Sharkfighters"
t UlSTOBAL Marlon
Icondfiaoied "Teahouse
f:vv Tuei day
PARAISO 6:15 8:25
Ava Gardner
"BHOWANI JUNCTION"
CAMP PIERD "There's No
6:15.8:20

B A LB OA
TOMORROW -BOY SCOUTS
x BENEFIT SHOW! :
A FAMILY PICTURE IN
: QNEMASCX)PE. AND COLOR!
. PLUS?'--
BIG VARIETY SHOW
The Melodiu$ Yoke of
JUAN SOTO, Jr.
THE BLUE CATS
THE BELVEDERES A ;
' GUENTHER E.- K. ADAM :
Rhythm On The Accordion

C API TOLIO I T I V
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DEATH Of
SCOUNDREL
' Also:
TENSION AT
TABLE ROCK

Major'League

Leaders
LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 25 Official, at Bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and club gab
r h Pet.
Musial, St. Louis 9 36
Adcock. Milwau. 10 33
4 18 .500
8 13 ,394
Gilliam, Bklyn
Dark, St. Louis
Hodges,. Bklyn
10 44
9 39
10 37
11 41
11 36
10 34
. 4 17 .386
8 15 .385
6 14 .378
Thomas,- puis.
: 6 15 .366
Bailey, Cincl.,;; ,.:
CrandaU, Mil t
Furillo, Bklyn
5 13 .361
7 12 .353
4 13 .351
10 37
Aaron, Miiwau.
10 43 11 15 .349
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kell. Baltimore 9 32 5 13 .406
Williams. Bos. 11 43 10 17 .39
McDOUgald, NX 10 38 8 14 .368
Fox, Chicago s as o i .mo
Mauch, Boston 11 45 -7 16 .856
Simpson, K.C. U2 48 17 .354
Mantle, N-Y. 10 32 6 11 .344
Bertoia, Detroit 11 32 1 11 .344
Lopez, K.C. i l'i 48 V 10 .3 J J
Boyd, Baltimore 12 39 0 13 .333
Kell, Baltimore 11 40 5 13 -325
HOME RUNS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sklzas, Athletics ......... 5
Simpson, Athletics ....... 4
Lollar, White Sox ......... 4
Skowron, Yanks ,.. ..4
Sievers, Senators 4
NATIONAL LEAGUE
, Adcock, Braves 5
" Aaron, Braves .',....,...... 4
Sauer, Giant . ... ..... 4
I Snider,. Dodgers. .......... 3
CrandaU, Braves 3
Mays, Giants 3
4 Thomas, pirates 3
i Crowe, Redlegs 3
; RUNS BATTED IN ;
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sievers,' Senators 15
Tuttle, Tigers 11
Lollar, White Sox 11
- Mauch, Red -Sox 10
. Simpson, Athletics 9
6kizas,r Athletics
Maris, Indians 9
. "'Inational league
" S8uer, Giants V .. y IS
puslllo, fDodgeas 4 Wi i V
Adcock, Braves 11
Mays, Giants ........ 10
Jones, Phils 10
PITCHING
W
Pet
1.000
1.000
Spahri, Braves : 3
Gomez, Giants 3
- (Eight tied with 3-0)
Center Theatres Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 1:69
unwn.rTpriSin"
Tues. "The Werewolf"
MARGARITA 6:15 -8:65
! "New York Confidential"
Tues. "Son of Paleface"
Brando Glenn Ford
of Jhe August Moon"
"MAN FROM DEL RIO"
SANTA CRUZ 6:16 7:55
"BELLE LA GRANDE
"Commando Cody" (Serial)
i
Bustness Like Show Business"
... Also Stage Show!
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CECILIA
'"Great Double Program!
Bela Lngosi In
BROOKLYN GORILLA
- Also:-K!'
KIJXEK BAIT ,
with Dan Duryea

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BODAS DE ORO
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DE PITO PEREZ

Editor: CONfl ADO SARGEAN7

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams
W L
Pet.
GB
Milwaukee- '.
Brooklyn &
xPhiladelphla
xNew York'
St, Louis .
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh,.
.'9 1
; 7:3
-.900
.700
.500
.455
.444
.364
.364
3 5
4V2!
42
D'
cnicago
.300
6
xSuspeftded game not Included
TODAY'S GAMES
-(Open date;
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Brooklyn 000 000 0000 7
Pittsburgh OOOOlOllx 3 10.
Craipr (l-l), Labine and Cam
paneUa. ,,'"' t
Friend (2-2 J and foiles.
Milwaukee 001 200 000r-3
Cincinnati 001 000 0012
Phillips, Murff (-Q),
CrandaU.
9 1'
6 2
and
Acker (1-1). Klippstein.
Law-
rence, Sanchez and Bailey,
..... ..
St. Louis i 100 130 1006 8 21
Chicago 010 100 000 2 8 0
McDanlel (1-0) and Cooper.
Rush (0-3). Brosnan. Colluni
ana neeman.
(Second Gamer ;
St. Louis 000 010 030 4 9
Chicago 000 000 0000 2 0
Cheney, Wehmeier (2-0) and
Landrith. :'-';::--:.'
Fonoisxy (0-v)i,LiMieiieia ana
Neeman. 11 '
(First Game) 'V
New York 000 000 020 2 S
PhUa. 010300 07X 11 7

wortnington to-z)t Burxoni.iperg,

Grissom, McCall and Westrum,
Katt. ,l "'" i,.'.' .. CiW(: v..r'"''
Sanford (2-0), MiUer and Lo Lo-pata.,f
pata.,f Lo-pata.,f v :;- y'i
,lf (Second-Game)
New York 100 061 08 12 0
Philadelphia 311 002 x 7 10 0
Burnslde, Jones, Barclay, Rid-Elk,:lGrissom-
ndJ Westrum,
Thomas.
Hearn, Meyer, Roberts and
Lonnett. . -
(Suspended game to be com
pleted at a later date). .,
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ANASTASIA
with In grid Bergman
BmrFt? HTTtN
-AND HILL

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams
W
L Pet.: GB
2 .,778-
Chicago .
Boston .
New York
7
7
6
6
, 5
5
4
, 4
.638 1
.600 l'i
Baltimore
Kansas City
,.500'
00
uieveiano
.455
.333
.308
3
;.5- 5.'.
Detroit
Washington
TODAY'S GAMES
(Open date) r-
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago v 100O04 00O 5 5 ; 0'
Kansas City 0Q0 110 1003 5 4
.Wilson (2-0), Staley and BaU
tey, Lollar.
Coleman (0-1), Host, 'Blake,
Gorman and Smith.
'
, ,(10 Innings)
Boston 000 000 002 02 7 1

New York 000 110 000 13 10 2
Sullivan. Deionk (142) v and
White, Daley. Sullivan. f -Ford,
Grim, Larsen (1-0) and. 7

Berra.-
(FirstGame)'
(10 Innings)
I
Wash.
000 009 1001 7-
Baltimore 211 000 002 06
t-0
Shif flett. chakales. Hvde.
erly "(1-0). Clevenaer and Fltz-
0 gerald. .
Ferrarese, Loes, z u v e rink,
Wight, Johnson (0-J) and Gi6s
iberg. ; .
(Second Game) .'"
Washington oio oio noo 2 1 o
Baltimore 101 100 00x-a 10 1
l! Abernathy (0-1) and BerhertU
1, Brown (1-0), O'Dell and Glns-
- (First Game)
Detroit 000 000 0022 A A'
Cleveland 000 000 000 0 C ,-1
Lee, Aber (1-1) and House.
Wynn.(l-2) and Naragon,.,
. v.) (.( J.'"
" 4 ."(Second Game) r .- .-J
(10 Innings)
Detroit 010 000 010 02 V i 0
Cleveland ; 000 200 000 13 8 0
Hoeft, Bunnlng, Aber (1-2). and
House. ...,-., j
-. Garcia, Narleski (2-0) and He-,
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room with bathroom living-!
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Campo Alogro Elvira Mendei
street. Phora 3-720.
FOR RfsNT: Furnished ehs ehs-lot,
lot, ehs-lot, 2 bodrooms. 8th street
No. 4 Parqoa Lefebre. Phone
3-3887.
FOR RENT: Completely
furnished chalet, corner jt
Mexico Avenue: and 32nd. St.
from 20th of May to 30th of
October,. Phonl 2-2987 or 3 3-192.
192. 3-192. FOR RENT: Vcataion quar quarters.
ters. quarters. May IS to July 22. Call
Balboa, 4480.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences
moderate rate. Phone Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, e-441.
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1473.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach hoese. One mile past Ce Ce-sine.
sine. Ce-sine. Phone Balboa 1866,
Thunderous Ovation
IVcIcomes Rainiers'
E(:mal Cily Visit
ROME, April 29 (UP) Prince
Rainier and Princess Grace of
Monaco arrived in Rome tonight
n the most thunderous welcome
In the royalty-rich history of
tome's Grand Hotel.
- A crowd of more than 5,000 per per-ions
ions per-ions jammed traffic for blocks as
tainier drove his black and
tream Rolls-Royce to the hotel
entrance with Grace by .his .side.
'. i i tif'
Hundreds xtt 'police coped with
loJidsy-mood crowds faho, started
jlockine the entrances to the mas mas-live
live mas-live old-styla hotel two hours be before
fore before the couple arrived. Police
Tied in vain to keep traffic cir-
uiatine as the moment of arrival
ippcogched. ,."
When the couple arrived the
irowd shouted "Viva k princi-
cssa tumg uva tne princess).
It was Princess Grace's first
nsU to Rome, whose citizens
vere disappointed when she failed
a show up during her honeymoon
st. year. ,;
- The welcome she and the prince
teceived outshone the public ac ac-ilaim
ilaim ac-ilaim given for such figures as
unz Alfonso of Spain. King Hus
in of Jordan, the Sultan of Mo Mo-peco,
peco, Mo-peco, U.S. Vice President Rich-
ird M. Nixon and the Duke and
luchess of Windsor.
The first thing the royal couple
sd anet arriving was to .nake a
rief app-ar a ce on the be
ta gged balcony of the suite to
icknowledge the cheers of the
toman throng.
Prince Rainier is to present his
a -movie- star wife to Rope Pius
QI in a private audience Tues Tues-y
y Tues-y morning. Most of the rest of
heir week-long stay will be spent
ightseeing, with a sprinkling of
emi-formal banquets thrown In.

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Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENTr Furnished a-,
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120, overlooking SAS commis commissary,
sary, commissary, beside Roosevelt. Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. Telepone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: SUBLET
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Mid-August, priced under ac
tual fent for desirable tenant, -.
preferably without small chil children::'
dren::' children::' luxuriously completely
furnished, large; cool mesqui mesqui-tofr
tofr mesqui-tofr oe penthouse apartment
with beautiful view overlook overlooking
ing overlooking Panama Bay, living room,
dining room, four large bal balconies,
conies, balconies, three bedrooms (two
airconditioned), two bath bathrooms
rooms bathrooms enclosed laundry, com
pltte maid's quarters and
bath;' servants and utilitie by
mutual arrangement. Please
phone heme 3-4857 or office 3 3-5384".
5384". 3-5384". FOR RENT: 2-bedrOom a a-partment
partment a-partment in Margarita. Com Completely
pletely Completely furnished. From My
5 to Sept. 1. Call 3-1203 after
4:00 p.m f"-.;'V-.V
j yui-f."
FOR REI Two bedroom
apartment, combination living -room,
dinning room maid's,
quarters with itarvlce, washing
room, garage, porch, and in- -stallaiton
for hot water in Fade,
rice Boyd Avenue No. 4, (Mi (Mi-rador).
rador). (Mi-rador). For information pleata
call Panama 3-0091.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom a a-partment
partment a-partment living room, and din dining
ing dining room etc., new, porch,
lets of water, screened. Via
Porras No. 44. $70.00. Phine
3 1863.
FOR RENT: Furnished f
bedroom apartment an around
floor, Gl inspected. $80-00.
The best you can get for this
price. Jose do Fabrega Ave.
No. 14, Pasadena. Familia He He-rrera.
rrera. He-rrera.
jjCom
mercia) Sites
FOR RENT: wCommerclal
;r site, suitable for offices, f low low-,ir
,ir low-,ir shop, Phote-stdio, etc. JuU
f t.o ArosemenaS Avenue, oppo
site "Maria Inmaculada." In In-quhre
quhre In-quhre Almecen Rhode. Phone
3-1477.
Daye Eberenz Earns
Expert Rifjeman
Medal From NRA'
WASHINGTON! D. C, The
Expert Rifleman MedaL second
highest award In American Junior
shoo tine has been won by David
Ernest Eberenz, Margarita, Pana
ma Canal Zone, the national Ri
fie Association announced here to-
Shooting several hundred targets
in tne last few months the new ex expert
pert expert marksman fired his way
through 13 lower .NRAr qualifies'
tions to achieve his new high rat rating.
ing. rating. With one more set of targets
to fire the new expert will ud his
rating to Distinguished Rifleman,
me seieci top raung ior ine jun junior
ior junior shooters of the nation.
The new Junior .'expert attends
Cristobal High School and is' a
member of the Cristobal Junior
Rifle Club.
e With Old Tire
e No Mounting Charge
e Credit if Desired
TX'BELESS
Slxe Black WhiU Wall
" 21.95- 24.95
22.95 k 26.45
29.45 -hu;
29.95.' 42.95
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leave Your ad with one or oub agents or our ornccs at n-37 "h street. Panama libreriA preciado 1 street No. 11 agencias
INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONKS No. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. i LOURDES PHARMACY 182 La CarraUllla FARMACIA LOM LOMBARD)
BARD) LOMBARD) No. 28 "B" btmt MORRISON 4th Of July Ave. J St. LEWIS SERVICK-Ava. Tivoll No., 4 FARMACIA EST ADOS UNIDOSMS Central Ave

fAKMAuA 1.UA1S4 genual Avenue
VAN-UKB-J1S so Btreel MO. U a
Uie Bella VUtt Theatre.
Autortiobi.es'
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury
two-door sedan. Excellent con-'-dition,
undercoated. Original
paint,, like new. No dents
Priced to sell at $650. Phone
Balboa 3767 evenings 6 to 7,
FOR JALfi; 194v Studebak-
er, 4 door, radio. Passed Army
Inspection March 1957. $150.00.
Call P. T. Birdsaii: otfiee n
5190, home 83-7142. A
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet "210". Excellem eoiioi, on.
good tires. Phorte Balbov2921
or see at 9432-H Ancon.
FOR SALE: 195. Ford Fair
lane V-8, 4 dr., with radio per
feet condition $1950.00r Call 2 2-1827
1827 2-1827 after 5:00 p.m. sr .)
FOR SALE: 1947 Olds mo mo-bile.
bile. mo-bile. Call Pedro Miguel 4-353
FOR SALE: 195 duty paid
Ford Fairtane Victoria. Thun Thun-derbird
derbird Thun-derbird triotor; Milleage -only
7,300. Twr- tone I very and
black with wsw tires, radio'
and other accesories. Bar Bargain.
gain. Bargain. Tel. 3-4982. From 4:30 lo
4:30 p.m. t
FOR SALE: "i 1950, 4 CyL-Chrysler-
Windsor, 4 door sed-s
an. $350.00. Call Bal. 1887 aft-
or 5 p.m. for demonstration.
FOR SALE:- 1953 Mbsterrey 7
Mercury. v Excellent condition
strict maintenance 20,000 origi-w
nal milesi .Four- new; tlfes,
$1,150.00, Call Balboa 2-2877.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE : 7
Generai Ae;ent
Gibraltar T If e ins. Co.
for rates and Information ;
Tel. Panama t-0552
i TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 2-25 6 2
Leant Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 6 Jumeing Classas e'allr
1 to -5 p.mr Phone 2-2451
1 by appointment, V
svicioni
TELEVISION
t LE VISION SECVire
'uui is snB(tt-
"Sllai feat flrore Oewn vr,
BODIj,1 REDTJC1NQ
McLevy Uaehbiea. Mauaie
Steam Balk aaale.ud female
Medical belta, erth hraeea.
ORTOPEDlA 'MACIONAL
SS A. Jaete Aneeaneaa S-Z21)
Or, SCBOLX .ttaleiea Chlreewaiet
Red China Varned
US Forces Willing
To Prolecl Formosa
TAIPEI, April 29 (UP) The
top U.S. military commander on
Formosa warned today tbatif the
Chinese Communists try to invade
this Nationalist stronghold they
"would be taking on a Job they
! couldnt finish."
Vice-Ad m. Stuart ; IhgersolL
head of the U.S. Formosa a De
fense Command;' said, elements
of the big VS. Tth Fleet and one
squadron of U.S. Air Force jet
fighter here would jump into the
fight "immediately" if Commun Communist
ist Communist China attacked."
IngersoII 'cautioned that' Red
China has "particularly powerful"
air strength on the mainland op
posite Formosa..
But IngersoII told the United
Press ia an interview that "if the
Communists try to swallow Tai Tai-waa
waa Tai-waa (Formosa) they are apt to
have a full attack of Indigestion.'
IngersoII made It clear that
VS. Fonnoaaa Defense comsasnd
forces would be involved immedi
ately if the Communists s attacked
Formosa. But be doubted that
American Kroand troops would be
needed te aid Generaussinaa Chi
ang Kai-shek's forces.. ,
The admiral. 58. pointed out
that the 7th Fleet, which ho com
manded nnul January, has a sua-
able force of jet aircraft, 1
Aloog with our other forces m

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this part of the world they are
ready and willing" s fifbt the
Commonists la defeas at Far-

be added. .
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that U.S. grtHmd forces, would be
required, be satd.. i

houoKHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo.de

AKMavIA EL BATURKO Pwque Leltvre
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: New, never
been In water, 21 foot Cabin
C. is r, Gray Marina tngine.
Phone 828-3515.
FOR SALE: 1950 Nash $225.
and Singer $250.00. Call 84-5292
.or 84-3131.' Can be seen at Ft.
Kobbe Hobby Shops. .
- FOR SALE: Restaurant and
- bar business at San Francisco
'do la.Caleta. Phone 3-7121."
' FOR SALE: 1950 Plymouth
4-door Special Deluxe,? radio,
and heater, $495.00. Radio-
i phonograph, blonde, ; console
RCA, $125. Phone Balboa 1823.
" House 2254-B Carr street. ., ..
FOR SALE: 21"- G.E. J.V.
25-40 cycles, $170 or best offer.
Like new. Phone: 3572. '.
FOR SALE: fi- $150, ; eOteyele
generator with drive. 5-544 or
BaL 2-3044. ti
FOR SALE: Hammond ir ir-gan
gan ir-gan $1,050. Baby Grand piano
$325, Sofa $35, bar $30, child's
wardrobe $7.50. Bujck 1954
Special 4-door hardtop $2,400.
84-4287. -fi
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick with
Dynaflow. ; Netxow Upright
Grand piano. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Tel. Albrook 4114.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
J DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z..
FROM PAKISTAN-To com.
Cmorate the first
oTtts becoming an Independent,
Republic. Pl"a, l
N?..". WrAured above are thH
jjVi-snna and itenvi.
in tna new s j
F
APPEALINC Comely aem-
entine Drew is appealing to you f
and yoa and you to visit New j j-York
York j-York City this summer. Why?
BecsH that's her job mi
n'oarirt Queen r 57.,
VANTcD
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AsBerieaa ecu tire seeks far
Immediate eccspancy com com-.
. com-. nletely famished boaae or
ayartaaent, t or J bedrooms
la good Bel(hborboe4 far t
r 3 saoBtha. Pleas pbene'
daring basinessi hears: I
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FARMACIA "8AS"Vut Porra
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Modern two
bedroom chalet, maid's room
and bath, hot and cold water
screened, yard, patio sliding
door closets, etc. Phone Ama Amador
dor Amador 5193 from..! to 4, 104 St.,
84 East; between Via Porras
and 50th St. j
FOR SALE BARGAIN-Qn-ly
$544 down, $28.00 monthly,
$4444.00 -total : price, one-bedroom
chalet, 10th St. Rio Aba Aba-jo.
jo. Aba-jo. PATTERSON, 9-1114.
FOR SALE: Nice 3 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms home, and 4,500 meters
of land, near new racetrack,
$12,500 on terms. PATTER PATTER-son,
son, PATTER-son, 3-1114.,
FOR SALE: Only $1,500
down, lerge house on large 800
meter iot,v Radio City. REAL
BARGAIN. PATTERSON, 3 3-1114.
1114. 3-1114. Soloris Charge Two
Vilh Undermining
Economy of China
WASHINGTON, April 29 (UP)-
The Senate internal becunty sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee today ; published testi testimony
mony testimony charging -that two men. now
high officials in Communist-
controlled countries, helped wreck
the economy, of Nationalist China.
, The subcommittee published
testimony v by Dr. Arthur N.
Young, one-time adviser to Gen
eralissimo Chiang Kai sneK.
Young identified the men as Dr.
Ludwig Rajchman, now -' alish
delegate ;i to the United Nations
Children's Emergency Fund; and
Dr. ChaaTETing-chi, now second second-ranking
ranking second-ranking official of the Communist
Bank of China. :

subcommittee hearing last -ulyL" r'JE "."fi.ej
13, said 4he two were aides t ) lnWf.wlinr Presldent : Giovanni

Dr. Ti V. Soong and other Nation
alist Chinese officials before tne
Communists ; seized control of
China. -''k ';V-':""
He said Soong and other Chi Chinese
nese Chinese officials were seeking,' an
economic stabilization plan to pre
vent .the v economic collapse' of
Chins..-' ;' 'v
The subcommittee said the Chl
nese government favored a stabil
ization nlan based on: an open
market' and monetary support Of
the rate oi exchange. But it said
the U.S tTreasurp Department
suDoorted "" introduction . or a ex-
r-nanoa control ana won oui.
The: stabilization ; plan adopted
wiith the' assistance of Chi and
Rajchman "proved to be very
expensive to China," Young
testified.
Ynnnc said Raichman was an
adviser to Soong in seeking u.a.
financial help and in the negoti-
atinna for a stabilization system.
Tho anhrnmmittee also pub
lished excerpts from the diaries
r Hmii-v Moreentnau jr.. jiTeas-
nrv epcrptarv in the Roosevelt
Hmlnistration. They showed that
Traiurv official Harry texier
White. accused of being a Com
mnnit recommenaea cm as
technical assistant at the Bretton
Woods Monetary, conference.
Wonlcd
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breads America teed areeV
eta seek experiences' salesman
with knowledge e feed trade.
Write te: AFP. lea 134 "A."
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ravieel etating-ravieel exeerience vand per personal
sonal personal background. AH 'replies
held in strict confidence,'
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Aroaemena Ave. anaiUBi. i akmaua
til a MOVEDADES ATHIS Bealdo
Home Articles
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FOR SAiE: -e- Urgent trip.
Piano, "household furniture,
living-dining room,: gae stove,
.1954 car. Telephone 3 4489.
38th Street No. .272- From A
a.m to 7 p.m. s
FOR-SALE: -Dining room
.sot, made by Co wes, $100.00.
Bamboo set, good quality, $85 ;
Phose 3-3494 or 3-1477.
FOR SALE; Gas stove. Tel,
2-5224. v 'U
MFOR SALE; .Sheets, towels,
t iew. Scatter rugs, lamps, mis miscellaneous.
cellaneous. miscellaneous. Balboa 1309.
FOR SALE: One i piece
upholstered chairs "at a rea reasonable
sonable reasonable price. Call at Carlos
Ycaxa No. 24-121.
FOR SALE: Bedroom aet,
cheap. Calle 52nd. No. 21 Apt-
FOR SALE: Bendix auto-,
matlc washer 40 cycle.. Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights 82-3217..
FOR SALE: Furniture and
miscellaneous : items, custom
; made mahogany bedroom, liv-
( Ing room, dining room, perch
'furniture, a J few exceptional
pieces, Chinese chest, Leon-:
ard Freezer, Bendix washing
' machine, -Gladiron Automat
Ironing Machine, all iO cycles,
Tappan gas stove, Call -30932 1
r 2-3012.
Dog Reaches Rome
For Mideast Talk,
Parley With Pope
. HOME., Anril 29 ftTPK tT v
aecretary general 4 Dag A Ham Ham-marskjold
marskjold Ham-marskjold arrives her tndav fm-
talks with Italian officials ami
Pope Pius XII on the Middle East
situation.
Gronchi' and Premier Antonin sn.
nif for "contracts" and "onnsni.
tations' and will see the Pope to-
inwrrpvy,
1
HA
TO KOREA' COMMAND
Gen. George H. Decker, above,
at present deputy commander
of United States forces in Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, has been named by tho
Pentagon lto take over as com commander
mander commander of U.N. forces in Korea,
effective July 1. He succeeds
Gen. Lyman L. Lemnitier, who
will become the Army's vice
chief of staff at that time. ; .:
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES' Of AMERICA
- Canal Zone
TJaltca State District Cmt Pa
The District The Caaal .Zaaa
, Division f Balboa
Kinatth Tbomnson. Plaintiff, -n.
Tharaaa Tbempaon. Defendant. Sum
mons Case No. 44S7. Civil Docket 21.
Action for Divorce.- i
To tfaa above-named defendant:
xo 'are nerabv reautred to anew
and answer the complaint filed In the
above-entitled action within nlnetv dava
after first publication.
In. case of your- failure to so appear
no answer. Judgment will be taken a
satntt you by default for tho relief de
manded in the complaint
Wttaas the Honorable Guthrie t.
Crowe. Judfe,- United States District
court for the District of the Canal Zone.
" nprn u, i7.
C. T. -McCormlch, r.
' Clerk
(Seal) .w.
y Sera do la
To Theresa 'nLT Cr
Tho forecoins sum moral Is served op open
en open vou by publication pursuant te the
ox ine Honorable Guthrie T
Judee. United Ststes District
toun tot the District of the Canal
Zone, dated April II. i5T. and entered
nd filed in this errlm h, th nf'uv t
the Cjerk of said United States District
Court for the Division of Banna, an
April 11. MS7.
, t C. T. McCervIck, Jr.
r Clerk
Sere e la fesal
A .- iv -Chief Deputy Cre..

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WANTED: Maintenance
man experienced in carpentry
and other related duties,' to
work in private Club In the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone. Call Balboa 3218. On-
ly these with experience need
apply,
; WANTED:'- Able bodied
man to crew on yacht leaving
for United States early May.;
Experience unnecessary. Stops'-
, at San Bias, Jamaica, Baha-
mas." Call FfT. Birdsaii: office
, 82-5190, home 83-7142.,
Domestic Employes
WANTED: Good laundress,
47th Street house No, 3. Apt,-

Congress; Ike Troop Bade To"
Capital to Wage Budget Fight

WASHINGTON, April 29 (UP)
President Eisenhower and Con Congress
gress Congress return from their Easter
vacations this week to pick up
where they left off in the free-
swinging battle ot tne miaget..
'iTh House- ana senate cimveuts
at noon tomorrow. Hie Senate will
consider .routine business. xne
House has no action scneauiea.
Eisenhower will return to the cap capital
ital capital Tuesday from his AugusU,
Ga.,: vacatibn'-;,"-'"i:t
-The outcome of the congression
al economy drive ip the next -two
, thrM months v will decide, the
fate of much of uisennower s leg
islative program ana aiso oeuar-
mine wnemer ine wyuwa o
relief next year.
Rinublican sources reponeu
that Eisenhower was ready to
push harder than ever for the eHj
actmeni OI supn vieina ma nw
aid, and his foreign aid request,,.,
- Find Economy raweo --7
But the lswmakers; in their
Easter" recess among the grass
roots, apparently touna sirong
sentiment in lavoe pwii,w.
brakes to federal spending. t j
Since most 01 WO ., rresiuenv m
proposals' cost money, prospects
lOOKea oivam.wi
nudcrotr uttin transcended all,
other, legislative matters m wmw
there wefe" many. 1 At; uue wnw
' halforav noint in the SeS-
ion. ?" Conirrest wss confronted
with a large backlog of unfinished
business,"' HWfcWA .-..-,
. TkA Wialativ nace eustomari-
ir dnci in the first part of the
session while the committees are
drafting ..bills nd then speeds up
after Easter, mis year
that many important .measures
will he shunted, aside, p r-
Eisenhower," who ,is ending a
golfing vacation at Augustv was
expected -to. make an especially
strong pitch for his $4,400,000,000
foreign aid program.
He was certain to encounier

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BUYS

1953 Ford 4-door

1953 Chsv.fdodr.
1955 ForOiclaria :

1951 Pwliac; tonvf. vi-V
1954; ilrnarXaIii;i,iC3.CD
:djriiinate
1950'Chsv., 4-doprnr;r:3C3JC3
1952 (h5Y.;4-d3or.:::.:)V759:C3
1951 Chsv.r Bsl Afr . - -. 650.C D
1959 BulcM-docr......:.-. 4C3X3
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LOT No. 2
Kitty corner with Coca Colo Plant

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AVAILABLE IMMEDIATE
LYi Young lady, bilingual
stenographer secretafy, U. i.
' trained, experienced, with ref references,
erences, references, starting salary desir-ved-
$150.00, For appointment
write to Box 4)69, Panama.
WANTED:1' h American axe
cotive seeks for immediate oc occupancy.
cupancy. occupancy. For 4 or 3 months
completely furnished, house or
' apa rtmenf In good neighboi -hood.
Vocation quarters most
desirable. Phone during busi business
ness business hours 3-4273 Panama.
WANTED TO BUY: 4- sea-
end" hand tires, J.SOxU. Tel, ;
3-7029. t-. i-i '
1
stiff resistance from eongression.
al leaders who have been eyeing
this outlay as likely place in
which to sink the economy ax.
As they trooped .back to the
capital from home state visits,
many of the lawmakers possibly
could agree with i Rep. John HP,
Saylor (R-Pa), who said his con constituents
stituents constituents want Congress to "sppl
a pick-ax instead of a scalpel" ta
the budget. : .-t$r.-.----v:A'-'-
Saylor said Eisenhower's STL
800,000,000 spending proposals for
fiscal 1958 have 'aroused the tax-
paying ; public, to ; the boiling;
point."? He said h would 'demand
an immediate increase in person
al incomo taX exemptions..
"Lavish 'Outlays -Jiations au
over theworld sara 4 particularly
repugnant it. wage earners who
are scsrcely sola to make ends
meet in a period of high industri
al and business acuvity, no saia.
'. Sen. Stvles Bridees fR-NH) also
nraHiptMi that 4'nuite a reduction''"
m. foreign aid would be-included
in budget cuts, wmcn n expecta
to total about three duuob aoiiars
if ther administration -cooperates
in holding down spending, he said,
it might be possible to make a tax
cut beginning next Jan. 1. -;
Bridges,- who speaksboth aa
otiairmaii ofthe Senate Republi
can- Policy i-Committeo and rank ranking
ing ranking GOP member pt the Appropri Appropriations.
ations. Appropriations. Committee, gavo this run-
down on some th other pend.
inr measures-.. -'"n
Civil rightseyentually It will
get by" but possibly, not t this
session. -:'r:
School construction fl ,hava.
dmibts about that,-too.".
: Sen, Chapman i iievercomo
W Va) said on. the ABC television
program. "Celebrity -jraraae,
that, the ouaget saouia
beut "in a studied, lair way.
He ssid that funds ior oconwrnia
foreign aid In particular should bo
reduced.
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- LONDON April 29 (UP)

British -Foreign Secretary SeW

; yn Lloyd said today that much

01 the agitation against Brit Brit-bain's
bain's Brit-bain's H-bomb tests was Communist-inspired.
"SAsked In a BBC Interview If
Britain's planned H-bomb test
Would prejudice her moral lead-
rship ct the .Asian world, he
Mid;-
t'l'see no reason why. they
should. It is in the Interests of
Japan and other Asian coun countries
tries countries that there should be this
deterrent 'to Communist aggres-
ion and up to now the strength
at the ; opposite to the Soviet
tests has really been very small
dd. xv
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, ";A good deal of the agitation
y against our tests really dpesi
i come from Communist sources
which want to prevent Britain
emerging,: as a third nuclear I
power." f
i While he ; did not think this
had affected Japanese. Premier
NobusukeVKishi, who sent an
emissary! to London recently to
protest against the British tests,
LJoyd said, agreat deal 'of the
agitation in. Japan has 'certain'
i ly been moulded .by iellow-trav-ejllng
sources,'

L:7eather Or Not

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XEMPERATURE:

DALLAS HIT Br FLOOD This Is an aerial view of Barbaree Road .In East Dallas, Tex.,
after a three-Inch rainfall pounded the city. All of the residents "on this block had to be
removed by boat. ;Some 250 persons were evacuated "Irom. Dallas, as. the worst lioods m 10

years coursed through, the :area:

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Flood: Waters Pour Over, Texas Cities
In Eleventh Day Of Damaging Storms

DALLAS. Texas.' April 29 (UP1

At. ifiiist nine rivers and count

less smaller streams iourea veir

flood vwsters' out. over ciues,
town and farms In .Texas today

and new : thunaerstorms ana

rains "soaked the atate for the

llth straieht day. .y

The worst flood danger now

was in the central and south nor

tions of the state. Eight hundred

to 1,000 persons lied tne ouaa ouaa-alupe'
alupe' ouaa-alupe' River at Victoria, a South
Texas city of about 45,000 per

sons. ', -.'

The river was lapping toward
the eaves of homes in a,20-block
section in k South Victoria, and

police, steadily.,, evacuated resi residents
dents residents of that area. They expect-1

ed to take out a total of at least

2,000.

TTmmtn. thfr-state's largest el-home. Two others are missing

ty, was hit by floods xor ine iirst

time. More man sat inciica ui
rain fell In Houston 'over the

weekend and -water wem miq
perhaps 2S nomes. The, flooding
in Houston was local, however;
rather than from rivers.

At least 15 persons have been
killed by the weather nearly
all of them drowned by floods
since an epidemic of tornadoes,

deluges and noons started in

Texas April 19. A 16th person
died of a heart attack in Miner

al Wells yesterday while digging

a drainage ditcn around his

and are presumed dead

Damage totals many millions
of dollars. Agriculture Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner John White estimated

$2530 million to agriculture a-

lone. The UJS. Engineers said

Dallas suffered $6.5 million from

a iiooa now subsiding

"Let Ke people Snow tKe trutK and tHe country Is taje9 'ASraTiam Lincoln.

32nd YEAR

' PANAMA, R. P. MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1957

ITT CENTS

Rank-And-File Union Lethargy Permits

I erroristK Rule, Racket Prober Says

WASHINGTON'. ADril

Rpn rrwin M T.,"d ir-i-:.:' ,v vi."' ouai uur rou-

chairman of the Senate Rackets

Committee, said todav that ''in.

difference" among rank-and-file

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10:38 p.m.

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Building, will, be open to twolane
traffic only from May 1 through
May 18, it has 'been announced by
the Contract and Inspection Divi Division.
sion. Division. ,v
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two-lane traffic at this point to
permit the installation of a six

inch sanitary sewer line in con

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CROWING ARMY An army
of 2.375,000 federal employe is
300,000 federal employes too
many, say Sen. Olin D. John Johnston
ston Johnston (D-SC) who will sponsor

a bill to lop that many on. xac
i Senate Clvu Service Committee
! chairman say it would save a
', billion dollar a year -without
i hurling essential services or fir fir-emDloves.
emDloves. fir-emDloves. Newschart

compares growth of federal em employe
ploye employe army since prewar days.

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LAST DAY! J5 .40
1:90, 2:45, 4:35, 8:15," p.m.

Crucifixion, Sex
Orgy Sect Ousted,

Soviet Paper Says

"MOSCOW, April 29 (UP) -The
official newspaper of the "Com

munist youth organization today
reported the liquidation of a re

ligious sect in Kazkhstan which

practiced crucifixion and engaged

in sexual orgies.

According to Komosolskava

Pravda, members of the sect were

caught nailing the young wife of

the sect founder, on Yakov Shta

tdel, to a cross.

The newspaper said a group of

communists was passing a house
in the village of Ivanovka when

they heard hysterical shouting and
screaming. The Communists broke

into the house and found Shtadel

and his friends with hammers in

hand preparing, to nail his nude,

terrified wife to a white cross, it

said." -Vf

Around her, members of the sect

were yelling savagely,-the news
paper said.

The Communist Party members
forcibly released the woman and

arrested the sect leaders, the
newsoaoef said. It added that a

local court sentenced the leaders

to prison terms of 7 to 10 years.

The newspaper said the sect

met Teguarly to "talk with God,"
danced orgiastically and practiced
common sexual debauchery, shar

ing wivea publicly. i

The sect members believed the
end of the world was imminent

and refused to work or to send

their children to school, it said.

According to the newspaper, the
court partly blamed local Koraosol
leaders for negigence in failing to

liquidate the sect earier.

union members permitted racket racketeers
eers racketeers maintain their hold by vioj vioj-lence,
lence, vioj-lence, threats and other "terror

istic methods." But in any case.

he said, they "filled a vacuum

created by rank and file indiffer

ence."

The senator made the state

ments in a radio broadcast

beamed to home state constitu

ents. He read some of the letters
which he has received during the

course of the committee's labor

rackets inquiry.

Says Some Afraid

"They show.'Mves said, "that

some union men are afraid to

speak out. Such fears, alas, are

not always idle ones.

Ives predicted that' legislation to
protect union members will de

velop from the hearings. He said

ouiragea pudiic opinion can neip,

as long as it is designed to neip
labor "clean house", and not "to

destroy labor." v

ciy Committee, also nreriiftl

mat congress wui pass v"some
constructive labor legislation" but
said he did not know whether it
would act at this session.

Bridges said "one way of ap

proachmg it" would be to make
unions subject to the ami trust
laws. Another, he said, would be

ieaerai supervision of union wet

iare iunas ana provisions lor ''a
free, secret election" of labor

leaders.

,v Reads Protests
1 f
Ives read an unsigned
mailed from Woodside,
which said:

letter

N.Y.,

"In the end, though the respon

sibility rests with the rank and
file upion man or woman," he

said. 'V-

Sen. Stylesy Bridges (R-NY)

Italian Communist
Missing For Years
Turns Up At Trial

American Woman

Convicted Of Arab

Spying Heads Home

TEL AVIV. Israel. April 29 (UP)

Mary Frances Hagan. 29-year-old

American woman convicted of

spying for the Arabs against Is

rael, left for 'home by air today

after serving six months of a

year s aentence in prison.

Miss Hagan was arrested last

August. She was convicted of vio violating
lating violating the official secrets act and
sentenced to prison Oct. 11. In

testimony offered at her trial,

Miss Hagan was alleged to De tne
mistress of a diplomat in the

Syrian Foreign Ministry. : y.

A condition of Miss Hagan's re

lease was that she fly directly

home. . s .. ;

Miss' Hagan's lawyer. Max Kirtz

Chi

man, oi uucago, saia tne u. v
State Department, working In her

family's behalf persuaded, the Is

raeli Bovernment to release her

before completion of her sentence.

A tall, slim brunette who holds
V.nkAlnii'' t9 art a HotfrAA f mm

Columbia University In New York

Miss Hagai was convicted of "ob "obtaining
taining "obtaining information" and "making

note likely to De useiui lor pur

poses prejudicing tne interests vi

fetyoi Israel.

" PADUAr Italy, April 29 (UP)
Communist Member of Parliament

Dante Gorren, ; missing for the

past few years, appeared in court

I .A J X 1 1 1 1 J- 1L

Mere luuay to sianu inai in me

multi-muuon dollar case of Mus-

sonini's lost treasure.

Gorreri, ? who disappeared when

the Chamber luted his paruamen

tary immunity, 'surprised the court

and public by appearing this morn morning
ing morning to answer the roll call of defendants.-
' - ,. .'
A total of 17 of the 35 5 defen
dants showed up when the trial o

pened at the Padua Courts of As

sizes twelve years and one day
after Communist partisans execut

ed, Benito Mussolini at the end of

World War II. ;

. The ; cold, iewels. Italian : and

foreign currency anil documents

Mussolini was carrying with aim

vanished in the process. r
Marilyn Monroe
Will Kick1 Off
For .SoccerTeam

NEW YORK. April 28 (UP)

Actress -: Marilyn Monroe has
joined the Israel Hapoel soccer
team as official mascot, it was
announced today.

$ She Willi kick the first bail May

12 in an international game be

tween the Israeli team and a se

lect i all-star American ; team at

Ebbeta Field in Brooklyn

The film star accepted the role

of mascot at the request of the

Israeli team, according to Kings
County Judge Samuel S. Leibo-

witz. The game will higmignt tne

Salute to Israel Festival here.

Leibowitz cabled the team ask

ing what American they would

most like to meet, xney an

swered:

As athletes we'd likr to mee

nv4e Brooklyn Dodgers; as menTi

Maruyn Monroe.

'If the rank "and file

Would only attend the meetmgsl

ana take an interest in uieir union
and not let the cliques and profes

sionals rule the floor after-10:30

p.m. when the hall is half empty.

That is when the dirty" work

: Other letters from which I v e s
quoted:, included one. from Pitts Pittsburgh:,.'

r.lollet Denounces
Deprecation Of
Algier Campaign

CALAIS, France, April 29 (UP)
French Premier Guy Mollet to

day denounced "Sandalous cam campaigns
paigns campaigns of deprecation trying to

make youth serving in Algeria
doubt the, nobleness of their mis mission."
sion." mission." ' i yT
' Atva town hall I bahq;uel i high highlighting
lighting highlighting bis visit to this war-devas

tated channel port the 52-year-old

socialist -leader strongly attacked
widespread allegations that the ar

my was, committing atrocities

while trying to put down the 31-

montn-oia. nationalist uprising in

Algeria. , y : : : ,,

members ; "We are seared to death to wo.

test i we might lose our iobs

ana oe oiaca oaueq. it s real hell
like this, like a big Gestapo."
He Tesd t plea front Freeport;
111.: ."Bring about free and honest
elections," andva complaint from
West Virginian "This duress is
more than is expected of an hott hottest
est hottest man to endure... it hoinv

exerted for 1 us joining a rivd

union.'' t ,

Mr. K. B. Sprague 'Will
Address Delegates of
Accounting Seminar Today

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Meetings'On Ciyil
Defense Scheduled
The 'towns of Margarita; ; New
Cristobal and Balboa will ,i hold
their jnonthly Civil Defense meet meetings
ings meetings on Wednesday and Thursday
respectively, ,, ,,.,
- The ladies of Margarita and
New Cristobal'; will meet at the
Margarita Serivce Center at 9 a.m.

and the --Balboa ladies will meet

at the USO-JWB at 9 a.m. :
Set. Paul R. Waier of the Fire

Division will conduct the Marga Margarita
rita Margarita New Cristobal meeting and
Ralph Edwards of the Fire Divi Division
sion Division the Balboa meeting. First aid
instruction and home protection

discusion will be part v of the
meetings, ,
All members of the- townsites

Civil Defense Volunteer Corps are
urged to attend. .The general pub public
lic public is invited. -. y.

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(PA-C) Mr. K. B. finrasrus.

Vice President. Ebasco Interna-

tional Corporation. New YorK
City, will address the 33 dele dele-gates
gates dele-gates from ,8 Latin American

countries and, the United States,

representing the Associated

companies Accounting seminar
being held this week at the El

Panama Hotel, n v
Mr. Sprague, a : financial au authority,
thority, authority, will apeak on the oblec-Uvea-
of ; the -Seminar. Program
and the pattern of its activities.
Messrs. A. Hatch. Ebasco 5erv
ices : Incorporated, ; New -- york
Citrr K. Solorzano. Guatemala;1
J. D. Shelhafn.' Colombia and
W.'-aiindaker. Cuba, will lead
other discussions and -" studies
covering -"Modern Trends -. in

Streamlinfng Clerical Procedures
ancl the Importance of Develop

ing oequate internal auoib

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