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J2nd TEAK - ' :4 ' FANAMA, B. TUESDAY, AfRIL 30, 199? !'y -; wVU; .il -iyU V-J J wtfE CSSTt-
' J I Miitnmur rviiiiUTinir t r f m f i iU-'1 A'' i r 't t
In $2000 Dai!
.f $1,000 wt
uftd of burslarliing
r.id.nc. and m.kinfl
19 47$ worth f toek
KrfTb.lonflin, t. William X
- t,..VuM ..nap wll found tO"
".....i. paihn Magistrate's Court
u"c. 11 ar.nld iinemDloyed
41".ian was bound over iot
i th II S. 'District
;.-Magallon was arrested late
turned over to
thP Canal Zone
Police. . nth
r items were reported sto en Fr -w
.aht from the Wood's wl-
2475 .Morgan av;
enue. iwu i""""- 't Wond
,fcnawn person were mad. to Wood
nue. iwo """j..
offering tne reium v
&!LUS3? to track
ATK alleged purglar by f
morning to return the papers. He
became frightened and rar l away.
- fading detecuves m
acted as Intermediary.
.. it was learned m court today
jThat all of the items had been
recovered , '-'
- 1. 11 ill 1 'I (V.'.T.-".
Boys 6, Girls 3
)'1 W' Nine babies were born if Cow
r fnTarmidnight Wednelay
' .J cording to me ir'" -r c.
" ; port. i)iumg the petjod. n
' i-n.n. wpr admitied andb
. were t' ;i.hargtd. f
" :BW wer ki to the lollow-
, ;-Mna American cui7en-
"V Mrs. Jqhn Lee. of Coco Sohto, son
" Sit. and M. Frederick Walker,
., of CocoSoUto, son; Mr and Mr.
e rv.v witt nf Mareanta. daugn-
. f!- 'rf r.Dtain and Mrs. Ray
of Fort Gulick,
' -7 mond ratricior
- on j
' : Babe'i were born tolhe Mow Mowing
ing Mowing parents of .Panamanian Ba Ba-1
1 Ba-1 if,... nH Mrsr Herman
, S-Xsainbow City; daugh
ter- Pfcrand Mr. Rupert Uul,
'ie.r,-- !ir Mr. and Mrs. Frank
1 ? LrV, r nbow City,..daugh-
. ter Mnand Mrs. Ivan purke Jr
It Colon, son; :n Mr. and Mr$.
Llewelyn Murray f Colon, son.
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7i!l Be Detonated
' WASHINGTON, April SO-(UP)
The atomic energy commission
announced today that at lea,st
two of the bigger explosions n
1 thia spring' weapons tests win
, be detonated from c"tive tal-
- loons high over tee Jevada De-
- aert," u .;
' The explosions will yield vio violence
lence violence areata than that of 20.0- 0
. tons of TNT. the AEC said. The
' bomb that destroyed Hiroshima
in Aujrust. 1945, was equivalent
' to 13,000 tons of TNT. ,.
The Nevada tests start May 15
nd will continue through the!
. iumner. The AEC said newsmen
und about 60 civil defense o:H o:H-cials
cials o:H-cials will be permitted to witness
nine of the jhots. No "uncleared
persons" will be permitted to ot-
aerre the others.
Of the nine "public" exr'o'
.'9x will be under 2H.c:a ton. t
- TNT la energy yrcli Rnd tl e
' wiU be above. Ail cf the s-r,r c
weapons and one of-Vve U '
wiil be exploded from steel to
Pole Locks Crcv
;ln Ccbin, Sails
:To Dcr.lsh Asylum
' ih.s r
Battle l r
i t r c a b i a s i
- ; ,T ir'o
t in the:
I :' -n.l
Jo..iee rc i t. crew
the Jv rear-c.J r f -a
munum reported to t
crew sr-ent feversl
a- al'.rrrrt t c,' -'
1" : r rf t- to I.
r?ree Local-rate Students
' 1 t ; v i ( 1
Win Admission To CZJC
i v 4, 1 w v I 1 1 1 i i i ii i i' i ii i r, i ii i i i n tm i ''nfji jrf r J b ,l V I
, ; Three graduates of Latin American High Schools
in the Canal Zone were notified today of their ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance in the Canal Zone Junior College.
1 A total of 10 students of the 41 applicants who
took entrance examinations on April 17 will be ad admitted,
mitted, admitted, the Superintendent of Schools announced
'.The ten who will be admittea
are those wno maae.ine nignesi
scores on th examination,
This 1 th first utlm- thar
graduatas of Latin American
schools who rasida in th Canal
Zon war-aligibla to apply to
the Junior Collage,
Qf the 41 applicants, 18 were
graduates of local rate Xanal
Zone high schools 1 1
A number of the other 31 can
didates for admission to the Canal
Zone Junior College had accept acceptable
able acceptable scores 'but could not be ad
mitted this year because this
would raise the pupil V teacher
ratio beyond that permitted by the
Middle Mates Association of Col'
leges and Secondary Schools, by
which the Canal Zone Junior Col College
lege College is accredited, t
tatters -war being mailed
this wek to tho successful and
unsuccessful candidattt. The ex examination
amination examination given April 17 was
for non-U.S. citizans and for JU..
S citizant who war nof grad graduates
uates graduates or praspactivo graduates
of an accraditod U.i, high school.
Schools represented by th ap
plicants were: Balboa High
School, -Xa. ;Boca Occupational
High School (nor non-existent),
Paraiso High School, the Institu Institute
te Institute .Nacional de Panama, Instituto
Panamcrieano, Javier, Justo Aro-
mena. l a j -'".'juanii irinucn-'
1, l.t L1K.. Mfiui'." ai
Err.crgcncy Denis t
V lip For Sale vj
. The sale, demolition and remov removal
al removal of the last three emergency
dams at Gatun and Pedro Miguel
Locks are now being advertised
by the Panama Canal Co, both
locally and in the United States.
Bids are scheduled to be open
ed the morning of July 15 in tne
Administration Building at Balboa
Heights. k (
The dams now being put up for
sale are the last of the original
six which were erected shortly be
fore the Canal was opened and
which have attracted the attention
of hundreds of visitors to the Pa
nama Canal,, f v;;-
Three of the dams wert sold
for scrap two- years ago to John
V. Carter and John V. Carter,
Jr., vfor approximately $50,000.
Two were located at Miraflores and
one on the west chamber at Pa-
dro Mieuel Locks,
The dams now being sold were
remodeled several years ago for
possible us as spillways in flood
control. Two are located at Gatun
Locks and one at Pedro Miguel
-If awsrded. the contract for
their pmthase and demolition will
b maUa t or contractor. Ac According
cording According to the i pciXications, not
ice to rroce-i r .y not be issued
until Oct. 1. I.--.. t Oatun ano
not before July 1, 1958,. at Pedro
Army Gun Fires
Comr pw a t n that fires a
round t; p bi-M to tell bow fist
the i is blo re.
Du' ed the "breeze Busier,"
te S i was developed at Fort
Won- rMtaN. J-, by the Army &.g &.g-cat
cat &.g-cat (
It f n a lirht weitht peRet al-
"aiiy into the a r. Tne
ma cy faLirg tack on.ttsl Yar -t C b. ; e s -;
.m !ne",d alm"t e'r1-'. trs- rT i ti : at r
-g tie f ri.;,
r-kirg ?e r ri'i s-: of
1 a tiLlffi' 1 cv.rt, the
, it t7i tc J how fart
ire v i
S I 't
-1. Tit Tr,e Attt f t -t
in a rT ti t n
the rc'.er- -? t-1
r-i to tke "I C
rew wea l
M part in
... a ar,j
, y i I 1 I I I I I i t MM V II I I 1 1 ... f II I 1 fn M i 4 5
' - i
Rainbow City High School. Abel
Bravo and St. Mary's. t
Two students from Cristobal H.
S. had indicated their intention of
taking the examination, but neith
ir aoDeared. 1
Entrance : examination's ; have
been given at the Canal Zone Jun
ior College for about 15 years.
US To riave r21
Plants By I960
TT. BELVOIR, Va.t April 39
(UP)Chairman Lewis L. Strauss
of the Atomic Energy Commission
said yesterday the United States
expects to have 21 atomic: power
plants producing electricity by the
early i960, t -
He said, five and possibly 'six
plants will be in operating this
' 'Thls tr the year In which w
are witnessing the beginning of
the tangible results from, our nu nuclear
clear nuclear power program,'. he said, a
Strauss made the statements in
a speech prepared for delivery at
the dedication of the Army's pack package
age package power reactor plant lire.
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th'iwir the .uh ft.
plant. into operation. It, e i.iit
power from: the reactor will oper operate
ate operate a radar antenna and a print printing
ing printing press at this military installa installation.
tion. installation. ,'. fi ;, f,',0
Brucker said these are ''symbo ''symbolic
lic ''symbolic uses, both military and civi civilian"
lian" civilian" of atomic power. ..
;He told the federal government
and Virginia officials that Presi President
dent President Eisenhower regretted he was
unable to attend the- "historic oc occasion"
casion" occasion" of the reactor's dedication.
He said the AEC has fully de declassified
classified declassified the details of design of
the plant and made them availa available
ble available to industry. '.v?-'.
Seriously Hurt On
West Dank Rbacf
A younu Panama City girl was.
badly hurt when she was struck
by a car on Brua Road near the
entrance to Kousseau oi. the
West Bank late Saturday night.
Police report that the pedea pedea-trlan,
trlan, pedea-trlan, Celmira D. Cruz, 23, was
p-iven emvgency treatment at
Oorgas Hospital for possible leg
and ankle fractures and hip.
cheek and chest abrasions and
then transferred to Santo Tomas
Hospital ( ( ,,.,. :
- She was walking from west to
east across the road whea she
was hit by a northbound car be being
ing being driven by Joe A. Barrio, a
Ft. Kobbe Post Exchange em-pioyerf...,.-v',ii;..(il;;;!
" Police aald today they1 were
still investigating- the case. No
charges against the driver have
been filed. .
Mrs, Jcnc Vatscn
r A I I
in Mmyyiwnwjthere at( from 4 to 45 f
Mrs, Jane C WaUcm, wife of Nero, who went rwimmmg
rr.H wfmi mrh.ni. m.ito far Into a rain-swollen rjotid
April 30 fUPipioyt, i the Maintenance Divi-I
non in Cristobal, died yesterday crownm yesirrcay.
while being transferred in an an-l President Elsenhower Wired
bulance frorn Oo :a i;-vp.:s! Gov. Price Daniel yesterday ex ex-to
to ex-to Corns Il-'rstal. i.e a 45 r!-'t5'"f h'a "deep concer, with
years oid. i'- "rardshlo and eufferlng"
;c-- i ry the floods.
Mr. Wili-i -.rr to Cneo' 1 ''
Solo nr,:ai r ;, sv a fr rr
inf u,-'.rr.f i "1 it t1 (.
- r;jy f r f,.-..-fr r'.,xi t-
rr, r t.
A rtie rf Y--k C;v. l'r
Vi't:..- i re ''i n I -;r.'s -'.vi
rr hu?.ti'1 .-J 1." ta soes.
V "lam a.--j Cwne We?eL
1 1. --! f 1 tt r-
Thur y rr,--:- -1 at J.i at t-e
I am, y tr. "f H in larn-
. I-'r-"i t i f How al tb
Mt. 1. ;e Cnf;rf,
TE.tPERATURf ; REACHES; 57-YEAR HIGHr
DRY SEASON BREAKS
Haar- and ramtall racarda were httV right and! lafr lit tha
. Canal Zona during fha past month, -aecordintf to figuras ralaasad by
tko Mataorolagica! and Hya'ragrapliic Branch, 1 :'
Unless 'tamparaturo risa to a new haight sometime today, tha
to aegraas recorded at Madden Dam Sunday will stand as aval to
the all-time. Canal Zent high far any month' of the yar. The only
. otnar time that a ys-degreo tempantura was raportad hare Was April ;
' U, 1920. , -,.
In Cristobal the April rainfall '--ar- lack of rainfall record for
17 years was broken this year: Up t a.m. today only .0( of an -'
inch af rain, was recorded at that station for the month The prayioue:
pril record was .34 of an inch and the all-time low for any month
j- atands at .OZ of an inch recorded in March 1865..
rvyt Dry records want also broken at the-weather station at C"dararle.
- where only .65 of an inch was reported; and at Padre Miguel where",
T there wee no raid at all. during the month.
Change In Boundary Lins
N ecess ita e$i Ja i I S wiich
1 r -
A boundary line between Pana-
been changed apparently without
Ulo fiUU 4aV VrglUdiA. saul. taaHu uu
police authorities being Aware of
it. was responsible for a switch
in jails for a mad convicted of
The defendant, Ashton H. Simp Simpson,
son, Simpson, was found guilty in Cristobal
District' -Court of killing another
Colon resident, Clifford Arm Armstrong,
strong, Armstrong, on Doc. 1955. He was
sentenced to serve five years in
the penitentiary. .
X Tha crime of which lie was
convicted in the Canal' Zone In-
volvod a finht between Simpson
and Ari'i 'u ovr a -crap
.- t . .
irii t J t m i ,rm,ronBr
who ran a few fot and then
.droeftd dead. ..-
. At the time of jhis conviction,. It
was believed that Boundary Street
where the crime had occurred,
was jn the Canal Zone..'
It was brought to the atten attention
tion attention of the authorities last week
that this boundary, lint had been
changed on April 11, 1955, and
sine the crime happened after
this date, it actually occurred in
tho Republic of Panama. --
Neither the police of Colon or
the Canal Zone had apparently
been aware of the change.
Whan it was ascertained that
tha mansfaaghter had occurred
,threo feet, three inches Inside
f the Panama line, the District
Take Toll S
Of 17 Uves
DALLAS. April 30 .fUPt
flood waters churned down at
least 11 major rivers today. Their
jury was concentrated on tne
southern part of Texas and
reached into Louisiana.
Texas' violent weather has
claimed 17 lives In 11 days. Pres
ldent Eisenhower haa declared
the huge sector of Texas racked
by floods a major disaster area.
Besides the fioocwaters. a new
flurry of tornadoes that bare
accompanied the flood -spawn
in rain.v nicked over a wide a
rea of Texas yesterday.
Wharton and Bay City, about
45 miles from Houston near the
Oulf of Mexico, were In grave
danger today from the swollen
Colorado River. Major overflow overflowing;
ing; overflowing; was expected In the low lowlands
lands lowlands around the two cities late
A levee protects Bay City, but
it would overflow at 44 feet. The
Colorado was expected to crest
The UstyicUm waa Cleophis
,:t. Johnson, a 16-year-old Mar-
In the East Texas city and
Lcbor Dry in Pcnfjma
tcrrorrow S3 ve don't la la-I
I la-I -r. Ycj work it cut. lack
n ell ear well-
Rf REACHES; 57-YEAR HlGHr 1 rTHr PULSE x i ''-AA-V';
Attorney's -efficd ordered a a-trial
Two government witnesses were
called to show where and when
the .offense had occurred and the
Case: was 'dismissed., Simpson, who
had already served 14 months ip
the pen, was turried loose, and
left .the courtroom a ffee man.' v
A few davs later, he-returned
to the Cristobal Police Station be-l
cause he heard the,? authorities
weref looking for him.-
The Canal Zone had received a
request from the Colon police au-
tnoruies to pick up Simpson whom
they;wnted to arrest-for the fcio-:
In ed if an i.e 1 bu...j
Itul in j.i pen... ng a new trial.
In Navy Hospital
With Hepatitis, y
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy was re reported
ported reported "somewhat improved' to today
day today in his battle with serious ill
ness at Bethesda Naval Hospital.
A Hospital spokesman said' the
47-year-old Wucensin Republican
was "seriously ill" with acute he
patitis an inflammation of the liv
er. . .:.:".;:-. . ?,';' i ;
However, WcCarthy's condition
was reported "slightly improved
yesterday afternoon. And his at
tractive wife Jean said last night
after visiting him that he "seem
ed to feel better"., and .was resting
McCarthy's illness took him out
of action at the very time the am-
oassaaoriai nominations or histoid
friend, Scott McLeod. and his eld
foe, ambassador Charles E. Boh Boh-len,
len, Boh-len, came up for consideration in
the Senate Foreign Relations Com
mittee. .... :,j t
McLeod, State Department Se
curity Chief, was once called Mc
Carthy's "man" in the State De-
partment. His nomination as
basador to Ireland faces Demo
cratic opposition. :
rOUt f THI N!N C4 t $ wbe rotfc im ectwa service aWrtef AerS are skewn
k k C. W. I. P. rte W bHi a4 trrnim fceaaa. fortw iteaiws rte eplTt
m kit Ho at lalWe H. i a Hm wirfc rfceir rvrWvweet certificates. Fm kh to rsW aa
l. CkarWt r. S'r-vo. k. CJ Z- f OMsieaj K A. Wtai, ct el the rVM Diii; Uy Uy-I.
I. Uy-I. cka tre DfoMeaj Mm Man, Grate M&mU. ticket, talb !-
Mn Sc4; Jm M.l. tmi re tWe Jwoctm at rWe Onl AHms Sm; Mia. Iralra l4cel,
Hwlo atork. CVra tfce C-prWt fh.1.0. L Sraw. J ewmotrailcr; aae rrra
II I! 1 El M I I 1 I Id v'Ml,JTy r v
J OF PANAMA hwMi;,iuiviii luiuy.tr'r
A SPLIT seems to have devel developed
oped developed in the ranks of Panama la labor
bor labor over tomorrow's observance
i While the First of May labor
committee Is going .ahead with
plans for a mass demonstration
tomorrow5 In Santa Ana Plaza, at
which v. president Ernesto de la
Guardia Jr. is scheduled to de deliver
liver deliver a speech, the Confederation
of Workers of the Republic has
announced that its members will
not; take part In the rally, "for
reasons which-will be given in its
manifesto to the democratic
workers of the ountry."
- Instead the. Confederation has
announced a "mass concentra-.
tion''; for tomorrow at Its head-.
Quarters on B Avenue, and to
which all "democratic" workers
are formally invited.
- ; i
It is believed that the action
of the Confederation, which;
reportedly has close ties with
the Catholic Church, is due to
the presence of alleged Com Communist
munist Communist sympathizers -on the
official l'st of labor spokesmen
for tomorrow's rally at Santa
; Labor representatives sched
uled to speak at the rally are:
Pablo Rios, Jose del Carmen Tu-
flon. Jacinto, Ublllus Victor M.
Franco. i'lVirRlllO Garrldo and
Juan de Dlos Herrera. ivlth Gar.-
rlda,-CrlstobaF Cerrud and
mlriBo Mufioi as masters of cer
emonles. '' 1 '
i, u the SoJiaHat Partv
announced that It had canceled
plans to take part in the rally.
following an announcement ,by
the organizing committee inar, i
wotild -make every effort to reep
politic out of.tomorrow'a dem
onstration.'-', ;; .'"v A
w y v -'- r -'i & V"f '',
Tomorrow -, will be 1 observed
throughout Panama as a na-!
Uonal holidays :,--;,J..';;;;-.; ;,i"j
Attorney general "HermogencS
de la Rosa -was quoted today as;
savin? that many crimes go un unpunished
punished unpunished owing to the lack of
scientlfld Crime investigating fa faculties.
culties. faculties. - :
-According to ElDla, the attor attorney
ney attorney general specifically men mentioned
tioned mentioned the 1051 disappearance Of
Costa Vldegaard,- the alleged
suicide of Cecilia Gobels and
other crimes which are still' .un-.
solved.'-...j.-ii"'y."'". T":. t'',? ?
. A toUt of 9415 births as
compared to 1921 deaths Oc Occurred
curred Occurred daring 1956, according
, to fixures released to the press
b the Panama-Colon Health
' .'. Nine mere foreigners with-
maniaa citixenahip papers have
been arrested by tne secret
Police. . : V -..
Listed amone those arrested
are Charles Aloyslus Gordon..,of I
Jamaica- Theonhilus Carter, -of
Grenada; EUj a Bailey of Cost a
Rica; Manuel Joaquin Rodri-j
arues. of Colombia: Victor Alex-1
Am-rander Thompson, Terrence Lord,
Leonard White Bourne and Da-
'vid H. Bterllng. all Jamaicans.
Ot I heir
" Non-U.S. citizens retired from JS governmenf $erv-'
ice on the. Canof Zone may have their retirement, pay
limited to only 48 per cent of their basic pay; instead cf
the 80 per cent allowable under Civil Service retirement
laws..' V1'Y''- i 'vf'-Vvf'" V'v
'.This is indicated in 'a recent study made' by Local
900 of the American Federation of State, County and
Municipal Employes, AFL-CIOr v,.
Local 900's legislative representative Harold W. Wil Williams
liams Williams based his opinion on a secti6n of Public Law 854
Which provides that annuities will be reduced by 10 per
cent of the sum due as' deposit and remaining unpaid for
any perioa ror wnicn no renremenr aeaucrions were made
from e m p loy es. salaries;
He says Locaf S0O feels these
workers should be blanketed in into,
to, into, -the Civil Service system jand
be-exempted from the. ; 10 per
cent deduction as It Is not their
fault Athab thev were' ..excluded
from; these exemptions,-; during
l441-(ar.of U-e Internal Revenue
Code, which -provides for a 30
per cent deduction vfr6ra, annul
ties derived irom. sources' wurun
the United States and accruing
to thebeneflt of persons 4 who
are not titizehs of the U.S., Local
900 considers this. ,dlct imlnato-
ry. -' v f t
4J -They feel It puts the I non
.' TJ.S, citizen, at a- disadvantage
whereas they say RP-US Trea Trea-tv
tv Trea-tv commitments were intended
to extend enuallty of opportu opportu-:
: opportu-: nlty and working conditions to
'.all employes. . ' ;r
' The union says that If this Is
not waived, It will:-mean that
while U A-citizens will receive
annuities calculated On base pay
plus 25 ,per cent differential, if ;
certain legislation is passed, their
For -Receiving- v
The case r of ? Panamanian
charged in Balboa -Magistrate's
Court today witn receiving
len property was continued vntll
tomorrow morning.,-, -y:- t
The defendant. Josepri H. Ash,
21, Is In jail la default of post-
ing S250 pan.
He is charged Wtih selling a
old belt huckie wortn nswnicn
he allegedly knew was stolen
property. The buckle belongs to
Ernesto R. pomare.! .
r1 The Incident is, reported to
have taken place in La Boca on
March 15 at :w p m.
group wilt face a-'SQ per cent re-
ductlon In base pay. ,-. 1
, Member of the local met last
night In the Paraiso Service Cen Center
ter Center to discuss a nlan M ac'o i
which "will be followed py .sithe. ;
group. -'-":', '-.,.fti,'
. This will Inr.Tuda scekinif rr
essary g' tinn thrrm-a the u
ernment of Panama and throng !i
the legislative departments cf
their union. In the united States.
. . ,. .. -...
Hurts Self; Girl -;
A youhsr airman whose motcr motcr-cylcle
cylcle motcr-cylcle skidded and hit a bridge
near the Cocoll ammunition
dump, badly injuring himself and
his passenger, a teen-age Balboa
gin, iacea tne Baiooa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court today on a chare
of violating his instruction per- -.
George L. Ward, of the 1971
AACS outfit at Albrook, appear-
ed in-court sporting bad ana
nia passenger .? on
which, occurred at 3 p.mTlast
sto-.weanesaay. waa juay Eawarast
or Baiooa wno nas-just nee-re
leased from Oorgas Hospital
where she waa treated for poasi-,
ble concussion and Internal Inju Injuries;
ries; Injuries; she was not in court.
: In fining the airman $15. &t
Balboa Magistrate remarker:r
"t will recommend also that ;
yon do aot get year license-te
operate e motorcycle for some
time, since it Is evident that
yea doat take the use ef your your-motorcycle
motorcycle your-motorcycle very seriously." V
Ward's Instruction oermit" ex expires
pires expires May S. It specifically for.
bids operators from taking pas passengers
sengers passengers on their motorcycles: -'
The Judge said It was not- t
question of revoking his license, 1
but of whether Ward -will ret
one. After the instruction permit
expires, an operator must apply
for a license. !, .
The arresting officer told the
court that the girl slid a distance
of 20 feet when she waa thrown
off the motorcycle. He attneut attneut-ed
ed attneut-ed the accident to "inexperiene-.
ed operation' of the cycle.
Ward pleaded ruiity In court.
CofC Offers Wee
Word Of Cheer
WASHINGTON; April 30 (VT)-
The U.S. Chamber ef Commerce
had a cheery word fop the Amer Amerces
ces Amerces taxpayer today: He caa to j
start working for himself.
Delegates to the chamber's --
ventioa here were preser'c j v
printed "congratulations" v 1
they arrived. The card f
the first SO woxkiff days cf 1
average man toiled to pay c .' 1 -era
I, state r local taxes.
As of this date, it adJei. re 1
en bis ewa.
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THE MAIL BOX
, t 1 would like to know just for lnlormauon irom me governor
oTT5e Panama Canal if it is Olt for the Motor Transportation
Division at Ancon to have its employes sign their names to- a
neparate sheet to make sure they will give blood before receiving
Is the blood-givins; compulsory or is it voluntary? Please ad
vise. This happened yesterday. i-
T...t iw Tin wipr" end "DLsillusioned UJ3. Citizen"
.-o, fvoir letfor tn hp taken seriously, this is to let tnem
UICAUV iA-l-i. 4VVVWA.U U. Ji
know that there are some people In the Canal Zone who dis-
'iit,.d t tvir diffr-rpnt locations: in -the Republic
of Panama with my family, we found that it was difficult to
make ends meet in any oi tnese iocauuna..Diuw wc yC
tojdjan. quarters at Pedro Miguel, we nave seen a hiib.cu uil.ius
... DtrinfT onniiiiinni in several different ways,
Compared to the noisy streets of Panama City. Pedro Miguel
f .vtrama v jihiat rnprp is nri muia ui LcciidKc nuwuw vvk
i .xiri on'hnur. nf the nieht beatinar on pots and pans,
etc. We never realized how much ,dlrr ari4 filth was around tmr
old apartments until.' we moved intp the cleanliness of Pedro
.w-.:.i tt .a Mvt inst.tn hrpnt.h fresh'ciir again.
; wre paying much less rent in Pedro; Miguel and receive
tag much more in return ior n. ine "u0rt m.K
. Tho Air wce isaar superior io any ui. mo fiuiu
V f ''Fed Flier1' and "Disillusioned;; U.S. ;Uzen; really
n,tuiT nwiniiiin about thev .should live in spme
of the places we have.Uved 'in since bejng stationed in, the I
.'. lj$TH NAVAL DISTRICT SPEE& LIMITS
This is in reply to the recent Mail Bo .-tetter entitled "Deatti
On Van Hook Road." This road is located within the 15th Naval
District where 10 mph speed limits are posted f ew srarto
Fordham D. Tabor, as. officer in charge of Military vsea
Transport Command, you must not know the score.
First, there are many other workers besides your. Personne!
going to and from work in this area who adnere to the JO jnpb
speed limits You ignored these workers. ...r
Second, what have you done about the drivers of your Offi Official
cial Official cars who have been-asked to quit speeding? .
Third why must you try to scare us mothers half-to-death
by warninV us that our child might have been killed instead of
a dog? It gives me nightmares. ...
Speed may not kill a child or dog but carelessness car. Speed
limits are set to slow down drivers and no speed-limit is going
toke an alert, careful and watchful driver tutf careless
a,. V.oafoftii driver iust because you dlLye 10 mnh
tefittoKMfy..' V, ' Ttakt battlefield.- Uk?A
K-t'- " Vto.. leader. of the v
tiSSf Military Sea Transportation
- t v 4 A mmm VIh tMSrl.
This is for Fordham d. raoor. i was uvvj ''
V.f ..nnH.nnn sptvIpi. because 1. didn't know
ffirmitn 5S than'second gear, I was told
thatMSTS stood for "Moving Slower Than Snails."
BV FRIO AST- OF
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By VICTOR R1ESEL '
RICHMOND, Vs.: On the aft
ernoon of Tuesday, April .23, the
cniet of stauof a small northern
army flew south irom Washington
to Atlanta looking down on ter
rain he had hoped to march
through succesfuuy a year ago.
He Was Jack Livingston, director
of 300 labor; organizers who have
been waiting for the signal to
smash through the Mason Dixon
fMore than a year ago the- na
tion's labor leaders merged their
urgauizauonc ana laucea oi l Dig
push to sign up 10,000,000 more
members. There was only t one
place for a major break-through
that was the south. The drive
never got under way. And there
may not be an "Operation. Dixie"
for years. Not for a long, Jong
wnue at least, union recruiting, is
as bogged down a. the Baltimore
Operation Dixie" and most oth
er organizing projects' are dead in
their tracks now1 because of the
Senate rackets probe. Labor's
public relations inside the: factor
ies and plants has never been
For the first time in years, a
balmy breeze can waft through a
southern town without whirling u-
nioa leaflets into the air. i or toe
first time, thousands of workers
crowd through the gates of new
plants without contact with eager
young union organizers. There is
no more militant union than the
Textile Workers of America,
which must move south to survive
the big parade of mills out of the
Yet the Textile Worker, oner-
ate little more than a holding o-
peration. Since the Senate probe
was launcnea last January, the
union has filed only one Petition
for a National Labor Relation.
Board election, demanding that it
De recognized as the bargaining
agent of the employe, in this one
plant' . s- v- t. 1V
This was in Rosville. Ga.. ju.t
across the border from Chattano
oga, Tenn. But even this bid was
withdrawn as the Senate heannes
dug deeper into the racket slime
in unions a thousand .miles dis
tant. The Textile Union organizer
knew- theyM lose the electiori,- and
rather than .have the plant work worker,
er, worker, vote against them, they made
a strategic withdrawal.
One of the birghtest technician,
in the AFL VCIO'. national high
command analyzed it this way
shortly before director ol organic
zation Jack Livingston signed into
Atlanta'. Georgia Hotel on anoth
really expected, that.; after the
merger they would so to town. on
a big organizing drive," he point pointed
ed pointed out. "While there was no form formal
al formal 'Operation Dixie, they did be believe
lieve believe that the south would be the
area of the major battle., just as
Michigan marked the launching of
the major unionizing drive back in
! "The race question stymied the
unions first, so much so that there
was a secesion move by some
southern union, which tried to
launch an all-white labor federa-
; tion. One actually wa. formed, but
I it is just a paper organization now.
"However, that died down and
we thought w might move again.
i but -the Senate .probe-haiVprovid-ed
anti union Nam munition. Re Result
sult Result has been that once again all
southern organizing has stopped.
inc. racxet ptoDiem is too tough
to overcome for the most part
throughout the country, but In the
south the racial and racket prob problem,
lem, problem, combined just about wiped
out our chances."
It looks like it will be a long
time before union armie. march
through the south.
. 'vl Want to iTrade'Thls -In For an OldeOne"
NEA Serric. Ufc;
Billy Wilder, director of Lind
bergh's epic fUm' "The Spirit of
St. Louis,1' amused a group with
this one about the hero who' flew
the Atlantic alone. ; ..Lindbergh,
arrving ten minutes tardy at a
Hollywood home, -apologized: "I'm
very sorry, burl missed, my bus
connection!". .Marilyn Monroe
drives a Thunderbird, the' plat of.
which starts with MM. But so
doe. the license on. Mitch Miller's
Los Angeles'. A ; lovely thrush. . retreat. -. .Laur. Hobien, author
Deep sea diver-adventurer-explor-j
er john irue wed Carolyn Mor Mor-ow
ow Mor-ow in- New Orleans on the -24th.
She1, a ; former; Capitol Airlines
nostess. ;i v .r-t v-' i'l'
Henry Fonda, whose current
film is "12 A gry Men" got his
first" J opportunity from Marlon
Brando's mother at the Omaht
Community Playhouse. . .Hobert
G. Brokaw will be seen as one; of
fe wuests (in the big Ballroom
You'd never guess which cine-pisode) when "The First Gentle
ma star gets the most' Jn mall
She is Sheila Ramard of India,
who is not allowed to .how her
legs. .Last week we reported
that the Monsignore had a barten
der, who is a Baron. .Ths polo-,
naise has a barkeep,-; who-; served
a ataa-o?r, r l n.c wicnoiast m
Greeee.1" Thr father of the 1uchfcss
of. Kent. You meet the most inter interesting
esting interesting bartender.!. .Benzedrine,
nick-named "Bennies" by the neu neurotics,
rotics, neurotics, how ha.' a girl friend. The
hep let call MUtowns "Millies".
It looks like the only come
dians that'll e left in the TV
next year will be thej executive.:
Ben Genera wings to Italy a-
bout mid-May to star in "Julia "Julia-no."
no." "Julia-no." a new film. The main rea
son he took the role is to be near!
his beloved, actress Elaine Stritch,
cast in "Farewell To Arm.." The
other reason; To beg for an an
nulment at The) : Vatican so he
can marry he.rv.; ; Sgt. Marion
Hargrove ij writing an historical
novel .et m the utn, century., e
won't reveal any jnore about, it,
. .The ton money maker among
straight plays is 'The .Tunnel of
Love." Almost iou. weeKiy prom
on a gross of only 3Z,ow. xe xe-gend
gend xe-gend says Dteon and Johnson lost
$80,000 fighting Hhe, Miami Beach
night life competition.'' ; Recbm Recbm-mended:
mended: Recbm-mended: Yasuko' Fujii of Tokyo
and the 'Club Ginza- in downtown
naa arrive.. He is on stage ex
actlp ten seconds. He is a Wall
Streeter satirfying a long time
ambition., .The road to success:
S. Lee Pogostin, the TV p 1 a
wright, has been commissioned to
finish a Broadway- Play called
"fim4sf A Wtldl .tfridianvK Heti.
doihrit--ths Hatd Way baby-sit
ting every night1 and two matin
nees. Hie wife Betty is a flaneer
ia "Mv Fair Lady.": '.The real-
son the columns did not mention
the "romance" between Georgie
Hormel and his bndr Kim Wads-
worth is very simple: They elop-
ed -on1 their rst, Viatel y1-
Bandleader Lester tenin i. to
daffy abeut Martha tipten ef the
Met Opera. M Ml t.Kew t wru wru-ina
ina wru-ina peems te her twice a d
(Coe-Gee). i UiVefla.' new
hotelp-The Tropleena ene ef lhe
meet- eye-fillirtB ef all); ha. 32
prtners. .. Mr- his' tiexr tout
ACehle Meere win 9pm a puow city-theatrical
asncy e both ce.st.
. .RCA-Vicror exees rnrnies a-
beut Lionel Hsmpten's new album,
'Jar- Flamence.' Mad e-H- In
Spain. V Prince Hnrl el'Averone
(oncv Barbara. KSVterr oeeu oeeu-manes)
manes) oeeu-manes) Is now chasint sillier,
alresi -Edwlna Braggietti all ovr
Pari.. -Arm Flood ef "Holiday
For Levers" and -Jack Murphy
lof th "N. Y. iGlant.1 Steneherrt
family) make the Cahmbord their
CAN FILL YOUR SEEDS!
. 1 i
MODERN A, S. A:
. N Kodak Patis)
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oarn a no
Every rise in the cost of living pulls down
your buying power so it may be more, ;
important than ever to see that your tve& -dolUrt
are good "wage tuner,"
Hare you considered putting mose j
dollars to work by ioTtsting in selected
LeTui tell you about these companies
discuss which are most suitable for -.
you and help arrange for" a dividend check
.at moaxA ia Tarytng amounts.
FEDERATED 'PUNS; Jnti.
of best-seller "Gentleman's Agree
merit Is rtow with Time-Life. Do
ing promotion. .V.The jockey Con
Err ico (the Jean Wynn for former
mer former Cope fat) expect, their image
In early Fall.. : :f:?
'' ii':- V:fi k V' .::- ;
, Janet Surge.., of the L etin
Quarter line'peddled an article a a-bout;
bout; a-bout; men to Dude Magazine. The
title: -"Guide to Successful Virtue
Preservation". .' .One of the local
district attorney, will soon attack
certain: TV commercials. .Lynn
Baiey fl Napes, Fla., recalls
when Tennessee wiuiam. was just
olain ; Tom Wiliams. ; too. Ihe
writer the "cef m:' t remember
when- lie "was 'so crushed because
h4e ttniily-didn't apprtve -hi.
seme awnier. iney wamea nim
te quit this foolishness and go, in
to the .family shoe Business'.,
They're .pent r S75.00O iust on
screen tests for "Mariorie Morn'
inMtsr"'. .Natalie Wood's click
on Bob Hope's program recently
got her more attention from stu studio
dio studio exec'thait -all her 'previous
struggling for recognition. rDj
raved about -her in the 20th Cen Cen-turyrFox
turyrFox Cen-turyrFox exee commissary. She',
beert in films since she! was ,5.
(: :.v "A ; 'yfy-; ;
Thia is the season for the unex unexperienced
perienced unexperienced to land i plum Aarts.
Jean Seberg (her career consisted
of 5 Summer stock role.) cot the
Jotn ot Arc ;. lead,. in Otto P r
minger's film. .Suian Harrison
(witn-one itty-bitty bit of TV aa
her backgrtuiicT) will co-staf with
Tony-Curtis and Burt Lancaster
in their next picture. Both g'rls
are IS. A .StrSnget street-scene r
Watchinjt 'the. Duke of Windsor
window shopping along Madison
Avenue, with no passerby recog recognizing
nizing recognizing him. .Joel McCrea's son
Jol), waiting to enter the Army
spends his la$t civilian moment,
st the Embers with "Follies", fea feature
ture feature Helen -Wood. .Eddie brac bracken
ken bracken of .Shinbone Alley" is rec recognized,
ognized, recognized, authority on space stuff.
Her hopes to be the first show-biz
personality to rocket to the Moon.
... -Roosevelt Zanders is the
name ot Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt's
chauffeur. :,,' ,.'
f $."??-.. v .-. -'r:;:rr' :' :'-''Marlnane
''Marlnane :'-''Marlnane W big Calypss
click, has -Terry Gilkysen's name
as writer. But the original copy
right 1. under the name of Ra Raphael
phael Raphael Da Leon. Ss expect F I r
works. ,. .That follow who buys SI
cigars, Maharajah of Barsda. .
That handsome stage door' John
ny who-waits nightly for Beatrice;
Lime is want Tytor. nor" oev oev-view.
view. oev-view. JklnVvgh top boa office
names would willingly work for
short money in any Kazan direct directed
ed directed Mm, he keeps giving the
choice roles to newcomers. Three
of the major pert, in "Face tn
tho Crowd" wont te And Orif
fitb (who made his sensational do-'
micfc and Anthony Fronciose. All
make their movie debut in t h 1 1
picture. .Add tong-e-ltet: The
Rock 'n' Roll chumo "Bed Boy'
end the o4d favorito "Basic
y OftlW riARION
WASHINGTON : Presideni Ei-
senhower and .Secreatry Benson,
have a new farm program a pout
ready to spring on the farmers.
It will probably -mean the) end of
all farm price supports..
Meeting with Kepubiican leaaers
last -week, the President gave;, a
preview of the plan. He described
the present Tfarm. price support
program as a vicious circle, v
. When croo surpluses are. dispos
ed of abroad, he pointed -out: the
law requires- that domestic price
supports Increase. ws
Thl. moan, that farmer, in
crease their "production and we
have more ; suroluses." said the
President. ""If our present laWo
are inadequate to deal with tni.
situation, then they ought, te be
'changed. Wi are not wedded to
any program If It Isn't work working."
ing." working." : i'. J :
. Benson., who attended the meet-
. i .. a. l:. j wa.
mg, agreea mat ms1 uexime
eram .hadn't iworked .out ; as well
aa he had hoped, bu: be contend contended
ed contended that this was partly because of
mandatory provisions" stui in
the law, establishing 75 per. cent
minimum 4or ence supports on
basic crops corn,, wheat, cotton,
An over-all review of the crop
price and surplus "situation" would
be made wun an eye ; io- correc
Hv leislation. Benton reported.
t jp arm organization wuum w
consulted.; ", .-. J h -1 : i V
However: h emphasized ;t n at
Hon cress should assume 'a 1 great
nart of the responsibility. He didn t
want to be left carrying the, ball
alone, declared the secretary, of a-
gricuiture... .( - t
BIO' FARMERS PROFIT ;
'.Another objection' raised by' Ei
senhower Wa. the' high Cost to the
taxpayer, of maintaining the'cur the'cur-rent
rent the'cur-rent Benson program, a,, reflected
by the Agriculture Department'.
huriitot hf lS.S00.000.--5v
i in i this connection, congression
al leaders -reported that seme
farm senators felU that the-cost of
sepdipg 1 surplus farm gooas St
broad should w 'cnargea io -tn e
foreign aid program,, not. tne larm
pro gram. Vv.i
Eisenhower said be Swas, ppo.ed
b this,? pointing rout- tlUte farmers
"get the benefit of 4he surplus div
possl program: .?.:,tc
. The 4resuienT aiso -xonTenoeo i
that tho bulk,'of.)ho bonefits nn-
dor the present program wore
goini to bij farmer,, and.. that
"the small farmer Stn'K osttina
hhi rightful. jharoff.iS-.f i
' One reason.: for thisJdtfi was
1, ought out, -was tha. big iarmers
could rtaktf a living out; of. Ben
son', soil bani. program,, even M
they take large partytI -;wieif
soil -out r production something
little farmers ca'niiot afford to do.
; Note 1 J Farm' organisations re re-oort
oort re-oort that bia farmer, and "absen
tee t- city farmers are engagea : in
a wave of land buying, then put putting
ting putting these acre, into the soil bank,
i Note 2: It wasn't mentioned at
the White i House meeting, ; b u t
some GOP. politico say they're
tired of appeasing the farm belt,
believe Jt's 'etter to let farm pric prices
es prices drop and get' political credit
with consumers and housewives
ior .lower, prices. ... ,
' 'I INSIDE JORDAN
' ' I
. Here is more of the inside story
on why KL.g Hussein suddenly got
up, enough nerve to-.fire his pro pro-Communist
Communist pro-Communist premier ? and a r m y.
King Saud of Saudi Arabia tele-
phoned the 22-year-old king, pledg-
ing that his troops would rush to
the latter aid. ui case :ot any
He told King Hussein that he
maiiU .Mtioula, htmcAlf- rnrtiman..:
vutfiu vuiiu.uvj. ...... ....-.--.
der-in-chief of the 3000 Saudi
troops already stationed irv Jordan
and, that they would light to. tne
death for him.v .
This dramatic phone, call' gave
Hussein the, courage he needed te-
crack down .on pro-Kussian lead leaders
ers leaders and take over as the real boss.
of;Jordan So it looks as. if Ike,
entertainment of King Saud has
begun to pay oil. 4
Prime "Minister Nkrumal! of theV
new Negro nation of Ghana has
asked President Eisenhower to
name a white man instead of a
Negro as American ambassador
Nbnimah ii;ont a tnn.fllEht career
diplomat sent to his country be be-cause
cause be-cause he believes, a white ambas
sador's' 'recommendations, would
pack more Weight than tnose oi
an American Negro politician. The The-man
man The-man Ike will probably nama is
career officer Wilson Flake; .
Moscow may be facing another
Hungary this time- in the Baltic.
Anti-Russian riot. t are- .weeping
the tiny Baltic state. -of Estonia,
Latvia,- and Lithuania. Mosco-v has
moved in troops and police. Sever
al hundred patriot, have been ar
rested. . Marshal Tito,i wh,o, brag bragged
ged bragged only six monhts ago he no
longer needed American military
aid. is now begging for American
jet fighter.. Tito. say. the. picturst
nas cnangea oecause nussia u
gain threatening him. V .Special
U.S. ambassador Richards, has de decided
cided decided he will- aot visit Egypt te
explain the new Eisenhower doc
trine even -if .Diclator .Nassef does
inv.te him. Richards had been n.
gling for an invitation to Cairo v
er since be began his Middle East
tour, but now that Egypt ha. ig ignored
nored ignored his overtures he's So mad
thathe's-cabled the. State Depart Department
ment Department he won't go even if invited.
,H, .Egjjtin agents are. stirrinB;
up athef. Jordan ;. populace-, fgainst
newt Prime Minister Hussein Kha Kha-lidi
lidi Kha-lidi on the charge that- he i.,s.an,
American, nuppet and that hi. son
i. an American citizen, (it's true
that his son, Hatem Khalidi. U an
American citizen,-working. or a
Louisiana Oil company. 5 .ine
Middle East, spotlight .will, soon
move to Morocco, where the U.S.
is involved in a buildup campaign
for Sultan' iMohammed as iWorce iWorce-ful
ful iWorce-ful counterpart for, Nasser influ-.
ence in Africa.
vThis fcn't-; making France too
happy.. Premier Mollet 1. private privately
ly privately furious Latest move: The U.S.
Air Force k bypassed the French
last week and opened direct nego
tiations with Monaromea tor,
base in Morocco, li
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bL 4S11 ll Panama, It P. teL Pan. t lM'
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sKssn waves ctwm
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Now with Built in Exposufemeter
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TUESDAY,, APRIL 30, 1957
rrRXr PANAMA AMERICAN Alt INDEPENDENT DAILY .MlWSPAfJEa
Arts and Sciences
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' : Musician's J Western state
1 instrument S Blood
' Cartography A Small herring;
, subject f- Pull
'. IS Shoshonean
' 14 Actreae,
' IS Cooking
17 Number ''
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,:; "19 Eye (slang)
6 Ideal state
7 New Guinea
11 Culinary tools SO What an :
16 Ascended equestrian
ft) Truman's '," does p
" ImtriiMaiif HI KilUit ,0
4 22 Legal wrongs 33 Stair poti
' it Once in a m 43 Greek letter
i" while 45 Musical
21 What a iJ groups
publisher does 48 Biology
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M Knight's title wmXorm
34 Distress signal Algerian city
47 Opera, by
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: 82 Paradise I
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Costs Him Not One Red Cent
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Clark
Gable waa, aulte a lady-killer
' vou must admit. In the movie.
"The Klntr and Four Queens."
?- One aueen. su a gent named
Philip mlffht tell you. can keeo
a man JumplnV 1 .,,"
But' today I Rive you ''The
1 Klne and 400 Queens."
--This rKing" adds-five new
"queens -to hit date book every
wetK. Monin ajier tbwhi.
durino u thort iummer-va-
gort 0 miss aU the funr
fie's Ted Wood. 52. eray-halred
and English, who looks like a
Hollywood casting dlrector'a Ksa
, of a British miHtary ofllcer. And
fr'v. ... it antln In fh Rrit.lsh
8th Army durlnsr World War n.
" -"job at, bps sort or a' taa
. morid Jim-Brady, for needy A-
merlcan women, spending $3000
a month as a Hollywood man-
" about-towh. He has a different
, date starting; with lunch eery
i day. Then dinner in Hollywood's
: fanciest restaurants. He alwayr
has the best .theater -seat and
. ringside tables at. all the right
I; night-clubs; : -r-':..
Not to' mention flowert,, gifts
i and picking uv daily checks at
f the best -hairdressing : shoi in
town and at the fanciest beauty
'. salon: And left not ignore red's
; chauffeurdriven gold caaiuac.
'lit Ted Wood la living it uo like a
i. millionaire- as Movietown's hlg-
'."Kest spender but In two years hp
hasnt used a dime of his own
money. He sets xaid. m fact.' to
turn on his British tharm and
..Join lady; every : day of the
. v week In a gay on-the-town
' BUT IIXKS A male Cinderella.
" Ted's ero hout Is around mid mid-,
, mid-, night.- He delivers his date back
to her hotel and then itoes home
to his wife Deena.. Deena rolls
? over.- turna : on, tho. light and
Today's hand is taken from
George S. coffin's interesting
book, "Sure Tricks." It you want
to get the most enjoyment from
it look .at the bidding and the
North-South hands only. M
West opens the kirig of dia diamonds
monds diamonds and East discards the
deuce of spades. Your problem
is to work out a line of play that
will enable you to make your
three no-trump contract against
any division of spades, hearts
and clubs. You know that West
started with all four missing
v 1 -x
The solution to the problem is
that you must play any diamond
except the six spot. The best de defense
fense defense will be for West to contin continue
ue continue to lead high diamonds.1 You
must hang on to that six and
continue to play high diamonds
yourself. e , ?
At trick four West will .Jead
the diamond seven and now you
see why It was important to hang
on to that little six.- You play, it
this "time and West wins his
fourth trick but is still in the
lead, ' .
Now, whatever-West leads you
will be able to get into, dummy
to discard your, losers on dum
my's high spades and make the
remaining nine tricks..'. ?, : ;
Suppose 'that you are: careless
enough to drop the six of dia diamonds
monds diamonds at trick one. You win the
fourth diamond trick and can
only make your- contract by
leading the ace and a low heart.
i j i ' i i 'it'
By I RSK1NE JOHNSON r. i
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HOI.T.YWnnn -JKV.A Hoi
lvwonri '. and O-raneVinei Jack
Webb s dates with ex-Mis Amer
ica jackei Loughery- indicate
there will be no reconciliation this
time with Dorothy Towne.
He was Mr. Stag during their
two other separations. Jackie's al
so bis love interest in his latest
movie,; '.'The JD.L',.' :
Vera Miles and Cordon Scott,
the screen Tanan. are expecting
a baby in' mid-October. Vera has
two young (daughters by a prior
A screenplay based on- the life
of Philippine President Ramon
Magsaysay landed on the Holly
wood planning boards ": 24 hours
after his death. -. H '
Title of the week: "Bop Girl
Goes Calypso.". They're even ad
vertlsing calypso hats for women
in .' a t Los Angeles department
stores v v 'v ', "i '
Bing Crosby's off on a tour of
the iloriqa baseball camps. :
-Ves, it WAS a clouded' Crystal
balL r picked only four Emmy
W1I11JUIB JVVUCIb '.XUUI1S, UMUJIk
Palance, Dinah Shore and "Direc "Director
tor "Director Sheldon Leonard. But- at least
I was right about the New York York-Hollywood
Hollywood York-Hollywood rivalry and Internal
battling in the TV Academy.
THE POST AWARD .rhubarb's
still going on. over. Nanette Fa-
bry's Emmy as Best Comedienne
in a Continuing Series (she was
technically .eligible although she
hasn't beer on the Sid Caesar show
for a year). There was block-vot
ing oy network affiliation, N ..; Y.
members 'voting for N.Y. shows
while Hollywood members vote for
There is ;no answer to the N.Y. N.Y.Hollywood
Hollywood N.Y.Hollywood rivalry. As long as it
continues, Emmy's due for some
annual blushing over the obvious
"Hooray for our side"' voting and
rooting. But the Academy's cate category
gory category problem can and Will be solv
ed in time.- Evert after nine years,
Emmy has growing pains. ;
, NoHn the' Script: There will be
no property settlement when Lana
Turner sheds Lex darker. "What
Property ft there settle?',' asks
"The 'house ;is, mine X and I
never ask for alimony."
THE WITN6T: Postcard from
Hugh. O'Brian in Denver: "They're
planning to call a room here 'The
Wyatt Boom.' Gues they're leav leaving
ing leaving off the 'Ear p', because it's a
dining' room. "Ti
ThisMs Hollywood, Mrs Jones:
Character; actor Maurice Manson,
who just .played Joseph Stalin In
a movie, recently was seen on TV
playing two other famous men-
Teddy. Roosevelt and Ben Frank Franklin.,
lin., Franklin., : .'. .,
Paramount wants Elvis1 Presley
to go' dramatic, minus the warbl
ing, for a movie. But his Gl drama
'I'm: In M U.u. n
' I I- I
Van Johnson told Playhouse 90
to find a story for him. He's
ready for his' home screen debut.
' Medics ordered Natalie Wood to
stop 'smoking. She has a nervous
. Bill Kennedy tells about the Tex Texan
an Texan and his' bride who checked into
a : swank hotel. "Would you like
the bridal suite?" asked the clerk
when he was told they were on
"I don't need a 'bridle for this
filly.:? snapped the Texan, "and
don't call roe sweet."
RITZY PALM Springs., where
moviestarg live it. up, is. worried
about ;the leather jacket crowd.
The reason sports car racing may
ue oannea mere next season.
" Gene Autry is going back to' his
old radio "Melody Ranch" format
,ior a j5-minute western song TV
Suggestion box note:
How tomi Audrey Hepburn nev never
er never gets a film lover her own age?
Her latest "Funny Face," is a
delightful movie but -Fred As Asia
ia Asia ire should be playing her father.
There's "no ,blg! secret, ys
George Burns, about the success
of his TV film producing company.
gcV jfuuu peupie ipgetner,"
he explains, "and let them do the
Jod. u,i can t help them. 1 leave
mm alone," y 1
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t Well." what was she like?"
'.';;And Ttd tells hejv. ,?
Deena "Wood doesnt mind
; hubby'a daily roaming with a
l different doll because sometimes
;' she goes along, too. and because
j she knows au,oi his dates are
r Cinderella, too Just a "Queen
Mor a Day.- , ;
' Jit eat von haven't guessed- by
now. Tarn wood is tne one-man
t -. tscort bnrea for the radio and
i NBC-TV show. "Queen tor a
.Day.'' Jaek Bailey crowns the
trueen mha tells the most heart-
breaking, hard-luck story and
. then Tad takes over as her vaid
, escort a dream. man on a
dreamy trpense account.
'I It's nrrer Inst a date for two.
.thoueb, The oueen always has a
friend or a hubby. If she's alone.
' Ted takes along his wife "for
,afety, he grins '.. ':.
AQtS OT TBM oueeni'yary
from It to 77 but Ted. onetime
headwater and onetime aales aales-,
, aales-, man. doewnt worry bout a la
in the eon versa ti on. He told me:
-; -I'm a combination ruide.
Bhilosopber and friend. But most
i of aU I have to be a ood listen listener.
er. listener. The rals tell lust half of their
has!-luek storiee on. the air I
. trt -the fall trade details durini
! DREAM "MAN This msrr has
had more dates with different)
.women wan a near east poten
tate. es xea wood, 52, who
squires the winners front the
"Queen .tor a Cay" radio and
'television. show. The bestxes bestxes-jtauranU
jtauranU bestxes-jtauranU and shows are on bis
) dally itinerary but the charm'
'ing Englishman never spends a:
idime nf hit own mnnnr.. Hfcl
-I wife, incidentally, doesnt mindl
la bit. it's his job, after alL
'yH''.:'l Jy.':' 'T
the time we spend together from
noon, to midnleht.".
' lit oeen. susvcci.ea nuw aim
then- by it time "viewers that
"Queen- Jar a Day" contestants
sometimes -.make uv their hard
luck taler Ur imn the title. But
Ted says: "During the day ana
evening we svend together I cer
tainly have- time to discover
whether' there has been ribbing.
In. two year ti I've caught- only
one in a complete ue,.
' DlnlhK out 'At -the finest res
taurants every day has Its crob
lems for- Ted. V'l have to take
lone- walks every week-end or
I'd be fatter than a nig. As It is
I've' gained 15 rxMinds In ..two
years.- : .
Sometimes Ted admits he feels
like the husband of one oueen.
They -were a Hungarian couple
and Ted took them to a ritzy
place and they asked him to or
der dinner Recalls Ted: :
"We started out with a fancy
shrlmn cock talk and before he
finished the husband said some some-thing
thing some-thing to his wife in Hungarian.
I asked her What he said. She
lauehed and replied:
,"He said he'd rather be home
in the kitchen eating goulash."
JCOa Ut Ceadeewd leeiM
i Sensible rates in dude
'' noele-Ktnsk v
'- 'ULIL u
yam. fn; vrf
m timis x&w u radio tmr
This will throw -West In with.no
way to get out aucceyf
yo will haye made your contract
by clairvoyance instead of Mr.
Coffin's method ot "Sure Tricks.
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D($PEDIDA FOR C APT. AND MRS. W. B. TUCKER
f;" ii Thai AmhacMtlor of Franca and Mrt. Lionel Vatse have ismee invl-
tatlbn to a dinner at the Embassy residence tomorrow night in honor of
dpt. and Mrt. W. B. Tucker who will toon.be leaving the Isthmua.
Capt. Tucker is Commanding Officer of Rodman Naval Station. He
1 and, Mrt. Tucker havf ,-made a great many friends during tueir tour Here,
Guest of Braniff
Enjof Sunset Flight
Over Perlas Island
"-' Xat served from a golden serv serv-.
. serv-. ierjcafried, out the "El Dorado"
thame aboard Braniff's new plane,
whtp a group of iadies from Pana-
ImaTand the Canal Zone were tak taken
en taken en a flight over the Perlas Is-
lanqs, yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Robert Hatch, wife of Bran
iff's manager, was hostess for the
The flight was timed so that
those participating could enjoy the
glorious enects oi me sunsei on
the clouds, una ana wi
. "gg TAKAMA t AMERICAyTSAN Il)ErayDE?ygT DAILY KEWSPATgg .s t ' TUESDAY, APRIL tt, 19CT
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" 8 1 r. "),;,.,' If'i 'ion given to celebrate her birthday recently. Seated with her. is.Don Fable-Aroaemeno, who receirtiyccla '
1 I vt Vi 'j 'tad hit. 90th birthday) standing are her brothera Rogelia and Juste Arosemena and bar daughter Teresd
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; TT 77 I .the Colorado' State Calleaa mt Uimiiu i ftrU r.i.nJ. v k If ? I
1. pledge to SPURS,- an honorary patriotic association.' Mhit HannigaN 7 If t f ,' ;,t
; reaeivod scholarship awarded by the Balboa tiona' Club this year. Yx
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Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Seavey of
Balboa are leaving Sunday night
for Tulsa, Oklahoma. They will at attend
tend attend the. graduation of their son,
Bob Seavey, from the University
of Tulsa. Bob majored in Petro
The Newcomer' Club held tfteir
installation of officers luncheon at
the Washington Hotel on Thurs
day. The outgoing president, Mrs
W. H. Goeeans presented the New
comer's President's pin and gavel
to Mrs. C. W. Langdorf, the new
Dresident. Mrs. Langdorf introduc
ed the following new ouicers; oi-
fleers: first vice president,. Mrs.
Alton, Crowley, second vice presi
dent, Mrs. W. E. Garner; secreta secretary,
ry, secretary, Mrs. J. S. Tanner, treasurer,
Mrs. J. X. 5eitert.
A gift of silver was presented
Mrs. Goggans by the Club. Grass
linen bridee cloths were given as
farewell gifts to Mrs. Ed Donaho
and Mrs. Kaiptt uiais wno are
leavinsr soon for the States.
, A-door prise was won bjrJIrsJ
G. w ruiiiam.
The following guests were intro
duced: Mesdames Howell Wynne,
Robert H. :Evans, Grace Hartman,
Alice Chaphe. Gwen Sharp: Mar Mar-jorle
jorle Mar-jorle MiUec. vxi
Members present were: Mes
dames T. S. Dune, J. I. Seibert,
J. s. Tanner, w. E. Garner, c. w
Langdorf, W. H. Goggans, F E.
Dobbs, Ralph Dials, K. c. Wilson.
M M. Hartman, W. T. Drydale,
L. C. Parry. H. I. Jones, J. P.
Hulka, A. N. Guillot, Barbara S.
Young, Ed Donaho, G. W. Pul Pul-liam,
liam, Pul-liam, R. C. Best, Roy Barber,'
James Boyd, Jay Russell.
At El Panama Saturday
The Canal Zone College Club
will hold its annual Spring lunch
eon at 12:30 p.m. on the South Ter
race of the Hotel El Panama.
The College Club Scholarship
will be awarded at this time.
Following the presentation of the
scholarship award, Club Officers
for the coming year will be in installed,
stalled, installed, t
Reservations for the luncheon at
$2.25 per person may be made by
Left to Right Got. Wm. Potter, ChaS. E. Beard, president of
Braniff International Airways, and Dr. Robert O. Storey, Dean,
School of Law. at Southern Methodist 'University, Dallas, Texas,
and "past' president of the American Bar Association -and Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Bar Association. v v . V
Cocktail buffet held in the Balboa Room Sunday evening by
Mr. Beard to-present the distinguished guests oh the pre-lnaugur-al
flight' ot.Bfl Dorado, Braniff's DC-7C,i which; arrived yesterday
at Toeumeri on i. non-stop flight after setting, a hon-ston- flight
record of .7 hours and 20 minutes for commercial aircraft between!
toot two pouus. r TV :---'' v.r
The group of SO top men In the field of business, education
and eovernment are f urtnermg president Elsenhower's "ceorjle
to-people" peace program which is based on private enterprise
using ine initiative in cringing peopie xogeiner irom airierent
countries to promote peace by strengthening friendships and
I Left to rlght-iciias. E. Beard, president of Braniff International Airway, conversing wlt' '
:s Minister pi me .treasury. Kuoen caries ana Minister or JfuDiic woru. Koberto LOnea .;
: Jalcardo Cusalon; of the Mlhlst if Jbf Foreign fielationi iprt'ytMW u, fx
cocktail- party last night in the Baibpa Room, p Panama.-h .fyA ftsls yTz
Cause Sterility In iSon
Balboa 2-3031 .daily or Miss Subert
Tnrbyfil at Balboa 2-2674 after 4
p.m. au reservations must De in
by Thursday, Jk-ay z. uuests oi
members and all college f.omen
of the Isthmus are welcome..
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COLUMBUVsto, April 30 (UP)
A mother asserted today a
gountlej of brawny athletes lashed
her son-'so severely that he mey
become sterile and that two other
youths suffered head injuries at
a college : initiation- ceremony. "'- 1
a eom plaint.- Having of any type is
illegal in South Carolina.
. Mrs. Morris Sayetta. "worked
up, nervous' and sick" about the
incident, -sought the advice' of a
lawyer and sara she would abide
by his advice whether to make
Mrs. Savetta's son. Tommy. 20,
was injured during last -Wednes
day s; Initiation in the "BlocK V-Club-
W the University of South
Carolina wnerer1ie.aeently,v won
letter in cross country iracr
Heme -In :ed L' li
jpe, was ? home in- .bed under
aoetot s oroers loaay aanougn ne
attended -classes two days last
week' after the initiation cere
mony on the university campus.
However, :-JQr. Albert Cremer,
who'.,has 'beeertreatrng'' Sayetta,
said the' student is Vgolng to be
all fight, and there 1 no Question
of 'steriliry.'i lie sai that eon-
fining Sayetta to oed was 'purely
a question of keeping an" inllamed,
area fluiet?' J,
wai made to t run-, huncned -over
thnnighi a' belt line,; withvMh
csndidates" for the flubr "while
members all of them football.
basketball, baseball players or
Other athletes, wielded dciis.
Mrs. Sayetta also said that two
other athletes suffered head cuts
that required stitches during the
initiation but their identifies had
not been-learned. i
At the university, an official
who declined use of his namesaid
the Incident had been "exagger
ated" .'and VMown all : out of
proportion." -i rt ,4 .
Dr. Donald 5;' Russell. univer
,:-fslt3M president.-fsid -xhe,-!fiayetts:.
nao made no viormat complaint 1 1
and Bussfll learned of the- inei-
dent' from reporters. 1
He said .he had s lnrtracte4t'.
j. r. renney,' nean -or v men to f ;
mrcHukjaie. reniiey saia ne- aa
no comment. Athletic director T
Rex Enright was put of town. V
Ne. Complaint By father
The- youth's father.' Morris Say-7:
etta4 a Columbia clothing store
manager, said he. did not plan to
make any complaint to the unl--
versity or to Columbia police. 'i
"It s one of those things that
shouldbe avoided," Sayetta told.U
United Press. ''But I'm makinst
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TUESDAY, ArBIL 30, 1957
TE2 PANAMA A1BERICAH Alf TKVZrLSVTy DArLT WEWSFrra
Social ancl () titer
Altar Rosary Seciety
. itmi nvio ... ..."'!',. ,,
The Altar Rosary Society; and
v Catholic Daughters' Communion
V Breakfast will be held Sunday at
the Hotel Tivoll following the 7;30
Mass at Sacred Heart Chapel.
All women of the parish are in invited.
vited. invited. - ., v
. For reservation! call Mrs. Hel Helen
en Helen Barrett 2-3617 -or MrsMarga MrsMarga-ret
ret MrsMarga-ret Hera 2-1373.
Elected President r" ' ''"
Of Cristobal Legion Auxiliary
The Elbert S. Waid Union No. 2
Cristobal,' elected officers and "ap "appointed,
pointed, "appointed, delegates for the coming
New officers are: president Mar Mar-garet
garet Mar-garet Schuberg 7 first vice presL-
dent, Ida McDade; second vi c e
president Grace Wjlliams chap chaplain,
lain, chaplain, Mirianj McDaid; secretary
Lilia Rcumeski; treasurer Jennie
Kedmond, historian' Margaret Orr;
' Sgt. at arms, Alicia Arnold." ,'
Delegates are Louise Griffon,
i Francis-Gilley, Jennie Redmond,
Lydia Nkdeau, Margaret t 8 c h u u-berg,
berg, u-berg, Olga Roe: Miriam Mcaid,
? Muriell-Hay wood., Alternates' are
Grayed Gravatt, Mae Dodson Eli Elizabeth,
zabeth, Elizabeth, Jones', Lilia ftozmeski, Ah-
. ta Arnold, Cecilia Bush,. Roberta
' Shell, and Gemsinia Chandler
C.Z. Com And Mineral ', fc v
. Society Plan Field Trip
Fdr Wookend 11 ' ,-' i, "
' The Canal Zone Gem and Min Min-.
. Min-. erals Society held an interesting
V meeting Friday evening." The pres-
-v. Went, :JHrs; Fatsy Kyan,- eonquci eonquci-ed
ed eonquci-ed the business meeting "while
the program held later -was ar-
ranged by Bert Davis. He had ob obtained
tained obtained from Gene-Schenet of' San
Clemene, CaJ., a set of natural
' science slides of juartzi. family
, minerals. Gordon .Thiel projected
the colored slides while" D r vl S
read the descriptive' literature per
taining: to each mineral.''
. It was announced, that Board
meetings would be held the sec
ond Friday of each month and all
committee, chairmen are urged to
attend. The next Board meeting
will be held May 10.. t
Two field trips have been ar
ranged for this .next week- end
which will probably be the last
for this dry season. The first field
trip: on Saturday, May 4, v under
the direction of Mr. Bouche will
leave the C and M. Clubhouse at
9 arm. The second trip on Sunday
May v S, will be three -separate
groups under the direction of Mes Messrs.
srs. Messrs. Worlev. Sellers and Bauman.
all leaving at 9 a.m. All those in
terested -in these field trips are
urged to .bey at. the G, and M.
Cubhouse before 9 a.m. on? Satur Saturday
day Saturday or Sunday, in. order to get ran
early start. This would be t good
time to try to find that elusive
Dieee of i banded agate, black
palm or. agatized coral,, so pian to
make one or if possible both of
these trips. ,. .
I.A.W.C Cultural J )
Croup Plans 'r-
Trips For May -17 r
' The Cufturfal Groups of the Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Women's Club, has plan planned
ned planned a trip to the top of lAnctfl
Hill and a visit to Miraflores
Locks, May s",
' Those members interested please
call the Tivoli jiflice 2-3465 or Ma Manama
nama Manama 2-0518.
. The group wil gather it the XI'
vol at a mMy 17 v
Diane Hannigan ,
: Miss A. Diane "Hannigan, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C.
Hanmgan of Balboa, Canal Zone,
is a nledee to the SFtms. at Col
orado State College of Education,
in Greeley, Colorado.
Mine Hanniean Is comnletinft her
freshman yearat C.S.C.E. where
she Is maloring in Dusuiess eauca-
tion.. She has been the recipient,
during he. p. at year, of the schol scholarship
arship scholarship awarded by the Balboa
! spttps i an honorary as
sociation Which stands for Sacri
fice, Patriotism, Understanding,
Reponsibiuty, and bervice.
Mrs. Richard Simpson
Gives" Dinner For i
Recently Mrs. Richard Simpson
was hostess for a dinner held at
hnnnr of Mrs. Alice
Hart and her visiting sister- Mrs.
: The following friends 'helped
made the jdinner more enjoyable:
Mrs. Francis. Barr, Mrs. Dorothy
McNall, Mrs. Dorothy Knox, Mrs.
Loretta Meteyier, jwrs. tieitn w
cero and Mrs. Mane Cicero. tri
1U n i Fnfr is visitinB Mr. and
Mrs. Max ,Hart, and family for
wn months and nlans to leave
with the. Hart family May 22 on
the Panama tone. A
J. Stuart MeNair'"- '
Feted At Luncheon
.The local members of the A-
AonxiaHntl nt ITnlvnrsitV
Professors held an informal lunch
eon on Sunday for J. !tuart mc-
Nair, who is leaving w"vn"
7sn Tnnlnr Pnllppe this snrinK to
become an "Associate Professor at
the Plattsburgh brancn, oi- me
Acts Li!(8 Uzzc!
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odorant antisaptio v J
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' lacb oatlco for Inclution in this
column should be submitted in
type-writtan form and mailed ee
the box number -liitad daily In 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or dalivered
bv band to the office. Noticoa of
meetings cannofv be accepted by:
Curundu Women' W .
Club Meets K
The Curunda "Women's Club will
hold its regular business meeting
at the Community Building at 9:00
a.m. tomorrow.. All members are
urged to attend.
State University of New York sys
McNair. -who has been with the
local college for .20 years, was the
first of the faculty there to be ap
proved and registered as a Profes Professor
sor Professor with the natunal organization.
He has retained his membership
throueh the' University of Wiscon
sin, with, which institution. he did
Too. Many Cooks
"LOS .ANGELES, AprU 30--
(UP) Betty Joyce. Brothers, 24,
was awarded a divorce today alt
er she testified her husband walw
er,t 34, threw all food she prepar prepared
ed prepared on the floor -Just because he did
not like her cooking.
Brothers is a chet at a local
i post-graduate work iq mathe-
tcs. f ; i'
J M l ' 1
"t All of the other local college fa faculty
culty faculty members; who have, been ac
cepted, and listed with the nation national
al national association were present for
the luncheon.1 They are C. R. Bow-
en, J A.) Lyons, Subert T u r b y
fill, and Kenneth W, Vinton r
I r t-i tf
Mrs. AHman ; y
Loaves For Vacation
In Ceafa eticn '1
, Mrs. Saul Altman and her son
Alan i are leaving tomorrow for a
vacation in tosta Kica., ,- (
' "Mf "and Mrs. Borenstein enter
tained in honor of Mrs. Altman
Sunday night and Mr. and Mrs. A.
Eisen are giving her a farewell
party tonight. . i
Bashed His Jaw
PARRIS ISLAND. S. C, April
30 (UP) 4-. The Marine Corps to today
day today was Investigating charges by
a West Virginia woman mat ner
19 year old son suffered a
broken jaw when attacicea ny two
fellow recruits at the recruit de
Mrs!; -J. 'Robert Kirk of Hinfoi,
W. Va.l charted her son. Pvt' John
Kirk, was injured when struck by
one recruit wmie two otner pnv
ates held him
Maj.A Ralph C, -Woo public-, to'
formation t officer' :Mid Kirk a'
parentlywas struck after" fellow
recruits accused mm ot "goia
bricking" on the obstacle course,
causing : a poor .competitive. score
for the platoon. ,'
Preliminary Investigation show
ed Kirk had oeen neia' oy two
recruits while struck' by :,a third,
Wood: said. However, he added, ih-
vestlgators had not yet determin determined
ed determined who struck Kirk or who held
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A special "benefit hdw In behalf
of Canal zone council 8M aoy
Scouts. of America,' will, be .'held
this evening at 7;30 in the Balboa
Among other act featured on
the program will bt the winners
of .the recent .U.S. Army .CariD-
bean entertainment contest. These
include a' modern : jaxz group,
I he Interludes, made" up' of Sgt.
Qbert D. Ariedge, Pfc. Ronald J.
Haskins, Pf. Robert Shelly Pvt.
Louis J. Worrell,' and SpJ. Larry
J. Farano; and the Belvedere, a
quartet, featuring the voice of
Pfc. Michael MoIJlca, Pfc. John
Day.J'fc. Maurice HilL and Pfc.
Two solo winner will ba Pvt
wuenter K.. Adanss, accordion
ist, and M-sp. Juan Soto, Jr., bari
The Blue' Cats, an Instrumental'
group and consisting of ,Sp3 Dale
Jf. iieuuiB.. 8D3 Wilfred D. 'Meek.
and Sp3 Kenneth J. Green, will be
me nnai Army contesf winners an
Directinr the stale show fs Pfc
Richard Learman, a winner with
ay interpretative dramatic reads
ing? However, -he will not appear
as a penormer
The" entertainment contest win-l
ners will leave on May i for Fort
Monmouth, N.J.v where they will;
compete in the grand finals of the:
Ail-Army Entertainment Contest.
. imnediately before and also fol
lowing, ma stage anow .a movie J
QUBraiigmers, will Joe'
anown at 6 p.m. and 8:15 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased at the
dox ouice. v .. v. .,
DES MOINES, Iowa, April 30-
vr) Mate poace today sought
ciarmcation r of Iowa' new 60
m.p.n. night speed limit.
A law that becomes effective Ju
ly 4 says the limit will apply from
sunset to sunrise.- .,,
But because of seasonal vatia vatia-tions
tions vatia-tions in the hours of light, the at attorney
torney attorney general will be asked to
give drivers ra more, exact time
during, which the jaw will apply.
. -GLENDALE,' tTallf April 30
llfH A despondent, debt-haunted
artist committed suicide and
left a wry note saying that per perhaps
haps perhaps death would make his paint
ings more valuable, police said to
day. 1 ' r i
William Millarc, 37, shot him
self in tne Bead Saturday and left
.' note: tnat read:-"-?1-.--
r 'Mv .baintinea don't- meet the
billsu Maybe my .death will make
them valuable enough." ..-
Officers said Millarc killed him himself
self himself with a .38 caliber pistol he
brought with him. to a dinner par
ty mi me nome to mentis. Hi? wife
Heydee, 31, said Millarc was 'ev 'ever
er 'ever worried", about nendine WUi
he didn't have the money to pay
ma paimings naa Deen Shown
at local art galleries and at the
county, museum. and some of his
oils won high-; '-critical firaise t in
J8?l yet Millarc had been forced
w worr as an an tnstructor to
make a living.- '
Psychiatric Care N
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tne Duumng'. -peparting passengers enter the terminal at the second floor lsvel.' are checked-ln ai one of 48 counters, an
at ; Pan American World Alrwaya' new
four-acre roof extending no feet from
board aircraft on level ramps direct from the second floor lounge to the Clippers'
uo8bii mi wuuwi w arrival aj aoji-ciaim" position near taxi-stand doors.
doorj. -Incoming; passenger can get their
ontractor Says IJ.S. Government Willingly iReimbursbd
Him F6r $18,531 In Tribute Handed 16, Teamster Union
Prelate Lauds Natural Mother
Who Gaveilaby To Jewish Pair
Toefrv Encanto .25 4. 5
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' "BATTLE STATION"
" Alan Ladd in
"Bobinaon C. of C Island"
- Chapters y. 0 ; 7
' "SPORTING CHANCE,,
, "Hearts' of The Itockie,,
DETROT: f tn1 H A Tlpfrnlt
psycniatnst who- tried to hire a
gunman to Slav him formic ti
wanted a t lady fjriend.tc collect
oouoie indemnity on hi life in insurance
surance insurance was under the care of an-
omer psycniatnst today.
ir. ...Im k. Fearman. Ift ail.
mitted the bizarre nlot durlnu th
1 1 -. ..
ccn.uu aiier learning tne gun gunman
man gunman he tried -to 'hire was 'actual
ly a Detroit policeman.
recorder's .Judca inh So.n.n
oruerea i-earman examined by a
cpurtr psychiatrist .and. asked for
memai report May 1.
2cauen said he. win rfa.u.
.u..t. i. t.7 rrt -'
wiieuier 10 -dismiss the cas a.
gainst Pearman or authorize a
"mui i-usmas nim with nro-
wuiuig.a person to commit murd
er after the report is made.
Pearman, who la divnrrad i.
mitted he tried to hire patrolman
Henry jasoa, posing as a gunman.
w anoot mm in his plush down downtown
town downtown office so a' married woman
who apurned him could collect
double indemnity, ea his Jifa In.
jurance; -J?: T
v Ha paid Jason $50 and was to
nave paid ana additional $450 last
Friday 'heni; the slaying I-was
schedule to have taken place;
i.:- j rr.i v
-iniuu ai we last minute and
"j away irom nis office,
where Jason was. waiting to; take
him mto custody, ." : ;.
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ROSTON. Anril 30 fUP Rom
an CathoUC Archbishop Richard J
Cushing praised the natural motL"
pr of HUdv Uitov &unaay lor
"heroic" f eht to take, her cniia
from Jewish foster parents so she
may be broughup in the Roman
Catholic uiurcn, v.
The statement waa tne arcnDisn-
nn'a first DUDUfl nronouncameni vu
th ease which hat been in the
MsKsrhus8tti courts for six
US Navy Accepts
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ufrAsmNGTON, (UP) The
Navy today announced acceptance
of the first stage rocket engine
for the earth aatellite launching
vehicle. It, aaid earlier defects in
the engine have been corrected.
The Martin co. m aiiuawn,
mh nrima eontractor.v acceptea
the engine from' General Eleptrtc
ft will be flieht tested "within
the next few months" at the Air
Force missile test center, Cape
Canaveral Pla., tha Kavy saia. ;
The Navy announcea iast,wee
acceptance of the second -etage
power plant, made by Aerojet-gen-
.rl Tnrn Azusa. Calif. '
The first and second stage rock
ets are designed te mt tne earw
otoiiit vehicle to an altitude of
300 miles and speed of more than
9,000 miles an hour. -
The third stage, carrying the 21 21-pound
pound 21-pound satellite in its nose, wiU
boost the soeed to 18,000 miles an
hour and cut loose the aphere in
an orhit around the earth. Two
companies are now at work, on the
third-stage xocket. 1 -Refnre
Martin accented the en-
Bine, it underwent a series of fir-,
Inca.for a total of 2.100 seconds
14 times as long as the. first-
stage engine will burn in luancn-
ing the satellite.
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' JENNIFER JONES
. Hllliam Halden In
" "LOVE IS A MANY
Robert Rt in
"HOUSE OF BAMBOO"
years. He spoke at, a benefit din dinner.
ner. dinner. f ?,'' ( !' M,
He said the case was one
which is "delicate, parhapa" tv tv-an
an tv-an dangerous, but on which a
word from, me it long tinea av av-.
. av-. erdue." .,i.::.vi'v
He charged that Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin .B. Elbe, who received the
child for adootion shortly after her
Dirtn, nave met court action with
"defiance and calculated delay
intended aa means to spar' for
time to construct an atmosphere
of public confusion, emotional up upset
set upset and general misinformation."
The EUises and the child are
presently in Florida, fighting at at-tempts
tempts at-tempts to return the child for 1
new adoption into a Roman Cath
olic homev The child's mother, now
Mrs. Marjorie ; McCoy Dgherty,
has claimed: she did not know the
Ellises were Jewish when she
signed release papers for adop
tion, she has not asked that niwy
be returned to her custody,
Archbishop cushing tow an au audience
dience audience et 'itmt 1,100 person
that the lllia have evaded the
law and deprived the child ef
haf raligiava herHatef'-:rt-'"
He said Hildy'a natural mother
has suffered for six years to prove
"bv every means at a glrl'a dis
posal, including public embarrass
ment of the most extreme aino,
that she alwavs wanted to protect
her child; and that those who say
otherwise are saying what Ja nei neither
ther neither true, nor hist, nor decent."
via return, -the 'archbishop laid.
"We can only pledge. as I now
do, ; that, whatever the outcome,
there will never happen again, if
we can help it, a case which can
develop into defiance of the maj majesty
esty majesty of the law, destruction of a
girl's peace of mind and sabotage
of a baby's right te privacy and
-; ' n A r ' : '';''
Joshua HemmlnEs. a retlredJ
employe of the Mechanical Divi Division,
sion, Division, died yesterday evening in
Santo Tomas Hospital.
A native of Jamaica, B.W.I.,
he waa 58 years old and a mem member
ber member of the Edith Cavell Society,
which will conduct funeral serv services
ices services tomorrow afternoon with
burial scheduled for 4 p.m. In
the Pueblo Nuevo Cemetery.
Mr. Hemmines la survived bv
his neices, Mrs. Leonora Roberts
ana Mrs. Florence Wrieht and
his nephewa, Archibald and Eric
BCOIV. .-.'- '.- '.
WASHINGTON, April 30 (UP)-i
a cuuiracior lesuueo ioaay unai
the' government knowingly and
willingly reimbursed him for $18, $18,-531
531 $18,-531 in tribute he paid to official
of the Teamster Uijiori in JScran-.
ton, Pa. ;H'.A'-,; ; 'A
The contrziOtor,' Earf P Betten-
dorf of TexirkSna. Tejt told 'the
Senate Labor L Rackets Committee
he paid $175 a week w the Team
ster, officials ,ta his non tvunion
iruca Qnvers cQuia oeiiver kov-
ernment materials to a govern
ment depot, at xopynanna, fa
A'l paid this" with the" knowledge
and consent of the United States
government," he said. He showed
the committee what he aaid was a
Navy contract including an, item
for $18,331 "which the United
States government was giving me
A tlta iiniAn- jsmi laf Ka' nalf ,.
He denied a charge that he an
proached the union and suggested
tnepayotis. t .'.
Offered Te Pa
1 Paul Bradshaw, a former Team
ster Union steward of the' Scran
ton local, testified April IS that
Bettendorf called him by tele
phone and offered to. pay $200' a
week if bis trucks could enter the
depot unmoleste J. Bradshaw said
he refused, but gave Bettendorf
the telephone number of Team
ster Dusiness agent josepn mo
Hugh. A- 'A, z-. -A', I
Bradshaw said McHugh subse
quently ordered him to let Betten Bettendorf
dorf Bettendorf 's trucks enter the depot-
McHugh and business agert
Robert Mailoy are now under fed federal
eral federal indictment on charges of ex extorting
torting extorting $4,200 from Bettendorf. A
Appearing before the committee
to explain why Ji was not indict
ed for advancing the money, Betlfa
tenaon said "every statement
Bradshaw made is untrue,"
He explained that he is a 'man
ufacturer of pallets; small wood-
ea piauorms on wnicn gooas are
stacked in warehouses. He said he
had, a government order to' deliver
the: pallets to the Tobyhanna
Army Signal Corps depot,
..,;';.',,,..';' tlj.ia A Truck
When his first truck appeared
at the depot gate,' he said, it was
stopped by Teamster officials who
would not let it enter without a
payment of $13.12 a truck, osten ostensibly
sibly ostensibly to hire .local Teamster
He said he promptly complained
to government purchasing officials
about the Teamsters demand.
"I thought they'd get a few sol
diers and drive those union hood
lums out, but that isn't how the
government operates," he said.
He added that he could not under
stand how the union could exact
a fee on government property en
terms a government depot but it
Bettendorf t said he drove to
Tobyhanna, met McHugh and Mai
loy and protested he could not af
ford to pay $13.12 a truck. He said
he urged the ."to let these trucks
go through just as cheaply as pos possible."
sible." possible." :- ,'.,..','. A ;
He said some trucks subsequent
ly were unloaded at half price.
" Fay Full Rate i
said he then 4ad'
meeting with M:Hugh and Malley -who
told him many truck drivers
were out f, work in Scranten and
that he. would have jte- pay the
full-iiate f- e
' JBettendorf ; aaid 'he proposed
paying them by the- week instead
oL,giving the -money to' each ef
hi4 driver!,. He faid Ihey asked.
for $225 a week, but- settled -for
$ltS, payable in fdvapce." A v
Bettendorf said .he niailed', the ;
m pney to. them each week for
about ix or seven week. t
He told the committee 'he did
not regard the payment; a "a -bribe"
. althdugh'. he jiaid, he jinal-
ly.canie to believe that the money ;
wa going into the Docket nf. Hb
Hugh and-Malloy-, f ,
' i 'Aftet Several fweekV I w I the
mailed Payment!, he laid. Mr-
Hugh called him and told hi
'don t. send u any more of those
packages."."- ...--- A..,
"The feds 'are -' after1 : 1i
quoted 'McHugh -. as. savin?, list
let it go, aod'wv'U call you when
we aeea some money.". ; .-;
v For the reat of the contra rf
ha aid, he would meet, McHugh
occasionally and give him cash ia-
an envelope"'5' ,- C ;
Jem ; Pat MclSTamark fD-MichY. -.
a former union leader himself iiw
terrupted Bettendorf to observe
mat tnese were "strange we- -tices"
for a business man;'
"I Paid this with the Wnowl.ria'
and eonsent of the United State,
government,", Bettendorf replied.
He aaid he' Informed the govern. 1
ment that,' the demahqVW. the v,
Teamsters" Union-' had increased V
bis cost of operation. He aid the -government
him 4V cents a pallet "tar pay thlt "i
Says He. Cap i
' KATMANDU, Nepal (UP) A
Tibetan lama known aa His Holi Holiness
ness Holiness Punya Bajra Lama said .to .today
day .today he could bring fin abominable -fnowman
back alive. A
The lama, head priest of the
Bodhanth Tibetan monastery, said
he knew the home of the man manlike
like manlike animal known as the "yeti"
and as the "abominable anow anow-man.".
man.". anow-man.". .- ..
The lama said a full-grown yeti
i usually eight te 10 feet tall
with the power of 10 strong men.
He saidiit would be impossible te
capture an adult but said he be believed
lieved believed he could bring back a' young
one.. -. ,. -. ,
Texan Tom Slick, who left Nepal
recently fter a search fur tha
yeti, talked with the lami before
he left. ".. ;. ;
The legendary and elusive abo-'
m in able snowman is aenerallv r-'-
ported to inhabit the upper reach reaches
es reaches of the Himalayas but no whit
man aas ever reported seeing ene.
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TEX PANAMA AMERICAN AN 1 INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Critics Of Envoy
fJcir.sd To Ireland
WASHINGTON, AprU 30 (UP)-
Leod'f nomination as Ambassador
to Ireland lined up their ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition today for a through .question .questioning
ing .questioning of the State Department securi security
ty security chief.. . ,..,.
7 CLOOD' AND SAND Impaled oii one of the enraged bull'
horns top photo),-Manuel -Blasquez, apprentice matador,-is
. .. hurled -hKlt over the animal' head ,in Madrid bull ring.
' ywer photo shows Blasquej, left (high badly gored, after he.
trashed to the sand-covered, ground with the bull still attack
M.lng him; The. bull lighter was re$cued,hurri6d to the hospiUl.
mm T .'i '..V mmi'i ... i in j
Sqiialk ; Ahead For i Isthmians Isthmians-May
May Isthmians-May b Produce RaitiVe Hope
TH following weather conditions
art based on put records and'
ma be expected td occur in the
Canalane 7 and vicinity 'during
wfeATHERf Settled: Valriy ; sea
' son weather. usually begins about:
the flrtt of. Jiayv Heavy showers
may bev-expected frequently ,with
measurable rain., occurring on a
bout 20 daya.-.during .the, nJonth
The average, rawJUU foi ; May is
f 9 fniflmif at. Balboa HelehtS.
11 130 inches at Madden bam, and
12.S9 inches at Cristobal. The va variation
riation variation 'between the. wettest z and
driest -on record is 13.06 to 2.39
Inches t Balboa Heights, 19,72 to
3.33 .Uehes at Madden Dam and
25,43 1W -wenes, .at cruwnau
TEMPERATURE f The normal
mean temperature for May is 81
degrees. Daily highest and lowest
temperature win average 87 and
T4 degrees at Balboa Heights and
if and 77. aegrees ai iriswoai.
The highest and lowest tempera-
, - --J If .. OC nnA
81 degrees at Balboa Heights, and
5 and 71 degrees at vrisioDai.
dity will be higher than In April,
averaging about '85 percent, -"CLOUDS
AND SUNSHINE: The
skies will be partly cloudy to clou cloudy
dy cloudy most o the time with. an av.
erage of about 5 hours of sunshine
RUVIpnY;- The relative huml- rea.
tFOGS: NkhUme and early
jnorning fogs may be expected oc occasionally
casionally occasionally over the Gaillard Cut
section of the Canal and the cen central
tral central .section' of th Isthmus alone
the Trans-Isthmian' Wghway, but
none jre likely, to occur at either
of the Canal entrances. Most of
th fogs form around -midnight nd
dissipate before 8:30 a.m.
V?IIWS:"Therwfnd force win be'
censidefably lessened. Northerly
iWinds will continue to prevail, but
the percentage, of light variable
winds will increase. The average
hourly wind velocity will be about
8 mues per nour .on tne yvuanuc
side and 6 miles per hour on the
Pacific. Maximum velocities great
er than 30 miles per hour are not
likely except fori short gusts dur
ing thunderstorms. Thunderstorms
will occur on about 10 days dur
ing the month along the coasts and
about 24 days in the Madden A-
McLeod and another- controver
sial nominee., Ambasador Charles
E. Bohlen, ,were' called to appear
before a closed door meeting of
the Senate Foreign Relations Com
mittee. Prospects were that bow
will be confirmed eventually ; by
the benate. ....
Ther committee also was set to
question two other nommees--Ra
dio commentator Henry J. Taylor
as Ambasador- to Switzerland
and Roy R. Rubottom as assist
ant secretary of state for Latin A
' McLeofl's selection to succeed
William Howard Taft III as Am
bassador to Dublin has been o-
penly attacked by some Demo Democrats.
crats. Democrats. Democratic national chair
man Paul M. Butler said Sunday
it was an "insult to the government
and people of Ireland." He said
the benate Democratic leadership
was giving vvery careful attea
tion" to the nomination. -"
THE BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL ROTC Unit la Inspected by Army Officers once each year to determine the state;' of training. avppearaTiCff aAd the geneil
condition of the unit. The inspectors this year who are designated by HQ US ARCAR7B, were Lt. Col. Gene? Welch and Mai. H. Rj McAnlnch, ( JShown. abeve
Is the inspecting party trooping the. line, of cadets during the review given as part of the recent Inspection-In Balboa stadium. ,
.-;- s s ; (Photo by Pfe. Richer, US Army vhotograpbery
Mom, Convict Son
Mark, Jail Release
By Pulling Robbery
Seven Vacant Jobs
for cKoice! I
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AGEFXIAS U. II. D0EL. S. A.
... tS-il Aetemebile K( Tel. i ;KJ
NEW YORK, April 30 i(UP)A
56-year-old grandmother and her
26-year-old ex-convict son celebrat
ed ms recent release irom jau
Sunday by robbing a supermarket
owner of S13.000 and making off in
his Cadillac, pouce charged, v
' A second' raa'n also was seined,
and police were seeking a third
man in connection with the hold-
Held on charges of assault and
robbery were mrs. Edna 'MacDo-
nald, 56; her son, John A Mayas,
26, of Middlebourne, W. Va., and
Anthpny Cinllo, .26, of Bropk-
Sought was Salvatore Pica. 35.
who police said was the third man!
involved in the suckup. 1;
According V l oolic. Julius
Tamplef was elosinfl his- $tten
. Island supermarket shortly be before
fore before midnight Saturday whan the
three men, armed entered and
robbed him of SI 3,000 in bills.
silver and checks. They men
took his 'car keys and, with
Mrs. MacDvnald t the wheel,
fled in. Tamplefr-s Cadillac
Less than half an hour later, po police,
lice, police, alerted by Tampletf, saw tne
car approach a terry terminal ana
seizeu Mrs. MacDonald and Cirll Cirll-lo.
lo. Cirll-lo. Inside the car, police found the
money and three loaded revolvers.
' Mayas 4 was picked up several
hours later wniie wauunc aiong a
street in downtows Manhattait. f
Albrook Air Force Base has an-
nounced that seven positions artf
va .nt or whic! applications are
being accepted -from, both, U..S.
ciuzens ana non-u. a. cmzeus.
These nositlons are: electrical en
gineer, GS-10; supervisory Clerk
( property Inventory ), ,G8-S r train training
ing training assistant (survival). LGS S;
construction inspectors (general),
LGS-7: plumber leader. WL 13:
air condition, and refrigerator serv
icer,' t,wr.-is; cierK-stenograpner,
V Annlicants must be able to
sneak, read and write 'the English
language fluently, Applications
should be made on stanaara r orm
57. "ADDlication for Federal Em
Ployment," wnica may v ootain ootain-ed
ed ootain-ed from the guard at the main
entrance to"" Albrook .' Aif Force
Base, and are ; to be- completed
and returned 10 mm.
Onlv exoflrienced anolicants will
h cnncidAred ana comaciea ay
telephone or mail py the Civilian
Police said Mayas was released
from Jail in Middlebourne last
week, fhey said' Mrs. MacDonald
met her son on his release irom
jail and drove him to New York.
NEW YORKVice-Adm. Charles
R. Brown, commander of the U.S.
tm jeei in ine aieauerranean, oh
why his naval force was ordered
to the trouDiea auaeasiera area:
"My lob u to oe prepared tor
war any kind ot wac, but 4he
primary mission is to heip pre
serve tne peace. The bta r ieei is
a visible symbol ot power, reas-
suring irieuus du
les." t- Y
WASHINGTON 'Robert F.
Kenneay.' counsel to tne Senate
Rackets Committee, on the com
niiuee s prooe oi leamsters' rres
laenv Dave deck's alleged misap-
ut-oiMiauon ox uO.uuu ot .union
"I think without question we
could prove that Mr. Keck stole
UM ffcu.UOU. .- ;
SOUTH BEND. Ind. Sn. Har
ry t. yt vd the propos
ed t uuuon uOiiar ouugm:
"ii u a luxury uuuket oa a
elooai wasu. it tiobiace practi-
cauy every counuy in tne worm
ttcpunj Ausia. ;
WASHINGTON Sen. Irving
M, ives. ttf-ft.y.), vice-cnairmii
u lu bmne keui commiuee,
oti urouosea leeisiauon to protect
am mrmutrt irom racketeers:
" "In the end. thoutb, the respon-
sibuiij rrs wiut in raak and
tne union Biaa or woman.
WASHINGTON James C. Hag-
ru. Mtute boue cress secret-
y, va iouie-i: proved cuts in tne
l tseparuuent appropnauoo
tor urn year.
" iuc rre&iotat and tne secre
tary ot staie tJonn roster Dunes ;
ttceve U4 the cuts maae Dy toe
house are barmrui to the Lnited
States and to the conduct of for-
M0 CesU Panama Qty
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TBB PA5AMA AMERICAN w AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEW5PAFW J V
J 1 ; t '1
(SHirokef Big (Favorite
Presi denude ; la Guardia?
InvitesPublic Tpt Tracfet
Free Admissionl Tomorrow
T ;. Tomorrow will be an unmsually active day out
at the President Remon racetuack.
J t A tisn-race program featuring the $15,000-added
mile) and one-half President of the Republic Classic
for the test horses in training locally will be held.
r In sedition, there will be a "Handicap" and a
snerial nice for "retired jockeys."
And -to can things off, President Ernesto de la
: Giiardia irvhas invited the.public to attend the races
' A tapacity .crowd of some 20,-
000 persons are expected to turn
out lor ianap w eguivwcin m
the Epsom or Kentucky Derbies.
Seven of thet best thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds oow stabled at the modern
tracK Will marcrc fiinues m yucou
of the juicy prisie ana an expeu
' Trnvian silver cud.
- The Stud Colon Boys' brilliant
frtiir-vear-old Etariish-bred colt
Chlrblce is expected to go post-
wards an evens money iavorne.
, rhirnir vm ft strinir of three
straight ciassic victories to his
creqlt na tne experts usuic
that he should make it four come
! The handsome chestnut son of
Kingstone-Alpiine Vista will have
the benefit of the handling of
leading Jockey Ruben (Caliche)
Vasquez. Vasquez has been in
the saddle In Chiroke's last three
No. 1 contender figures to be
Melendez, which pushed the
UOIOn DOys coiurucaicr u a
: driving finish in the one mile
and & aDarter National Guard
Classie three weeks a?o. Me Me-lendei
lendei Me-lendei was three lengths be behind
hind behind Chlpoke at the end of
that race but was going; well.
V It appeared to some observers
that the Lais Rodrirues-train-ed
black horse was stronger at
the finish than' Chlroke.
Alf1tndr Vcaza whn Is hot
tar than a firecracker at pres present,
ent, present, will guide Miss Virginia de
la Guardia's black charger. Me Me-lendet
lendet Me-lendet was a strong-finishing
third In the Francisco Arias Pa-
redes Classic over six Inrlones, J entry with Melendez, and Em Em-He
He Em-He proved that he is steadily pire, Honey round out the field
iitmrovinir by windine un some
flhre lengths ahead, of Surumeno
in, tne National uuara race.;
(Ssurumeno, third in the Na
tlonal Guard Classic, 'could 1m
Drove here because he undoubt
eoly is a router.- Surumeno fin finished
ished finished seven lengths back of Chl
roke in the Carnival Classic ana
eieht behind the Colon Bovs flv
er tn tne National uuara out nis
handlers expect him to improve
considerably thiq time. Bias A A-gatrre,
gatrre, A-gatrre, now In the throes of his
worst siymp, is not expectea to
produce his usually : insnirea
ride in this annual blue ribbon
evfent. Aguirre has won the Pres President's
ident's President's Classic more .times than
any other lockey.
' Mossadeo. now In a prolonged
slump too, could be a surprise
.factor here. The little chestnut
offspring of Flexton-Damiani
.has been workmc well and came
on for a strong finish in his last
two starts. Dependable Guuiermo
Sanchez will- do the booting
boarrt claudio Endara's star,
Minnendo is the question
mark of the race. This beauti beautiful
ful beautiful five-year-old dark chest-
' nut horse has one win and a
place In his only two local
starts. He was an impressive
victor in his debut.,. Then he
' went arainst Surumeno and
was easily beaten by the latter,
hut wai gonr fast at the fin finish
ish finish under a dubious ride. The
veteran f ristlan Reboltedo- will
handle the reins on the Stud
Opulento, which goes in an
IL :1st Place;!
NEW YORK,, April 30 (UP)
Earl Hunsinger, a-23-year-old
rookie righthander,; made his
initial victory, of the season : a
big one as the pitched the Miami
Marlins Into first place in the
The six-foot-two. 175pounder
gave uo'just one run m a six-m
ning relief stint as the Marlins
edged Buffalo, 5-4, last night.
All Buffalo scores came on hom
ers, one bv Luke Easter with two
men on and a solo blast by Luis
Ortiz, wait Craddock, victim, of
a five-run Miami outburst in the
fourth, suffered the loss.
The Montreal Rovals salvazed
the final of a four-game series
as Bill Harris threw a 'four -hit
6-0 shutout at Richmond. Bill
Bethel suffered his first loss of
the season as 'the Virginians
dropped Into second place.,
In other games, Toronto out outlasted
lasted outlasted Columbus, 8-7, i with
Humberto Robinson picking up:
his third win without a de-,
feat, and Rochester bounced
back from its double' loss to
Havana Sunday by beating the
Cubans, 3-0 and 8-2.
of seven. These latter two ap appear
pear appear to be hopelessly outclassed.
Hustling Vlrglllo Castillo will
ride Opulento while Julio Rodri Rodriguez
guez Rodriguez will have the leg up on Em Empire
pire Empire Honey,
- All the. horses will tote 121
pounds except Chlroke which
gets In under 118.
' Some of the saddle stars of
yesterday will attempt to thrill
the fans in a "special race for
retired Jockeys." This wide open
event should add a comic note to
ouch former topnotcn reins-
men as Fortunato Hidalgo. Sr:.
Augusto Walker, Bolivar Moreno
and Teofllo Medrano will be a-
mong the Jockeys, competing in
the oldtlmers race.
'It should be an- afternoon
worth spending at the, race
WINNER'S TROPHY This
silver cup, made in Peru and
reportedly one of the most ex expensive
pensive expensive ever put un as a nrize
locally, will become the prop
erty of tne owner or tne win winning
ning winning ..thoroughbred in tomor tomorrow's
row's tomorrow's $15,000 added President
of the Republic Classic at the
President Remon racetrack.
. '' By CONRADO --
1 Melrose "' Eemipleno
2 Verygood Oliver
3 Linda Susy ''Bagdad
4 Goldee Bound ,', ; Regta
uoiaen com It M. stuardo
6 Gouvernant Display Song (e)
Sr-Kutuante , Rada
SUCrews Hill, f CelepUal Fire
11 Tiburon v Vedette
TIPS BY 18"
-. 1 Melrose
2 Very goo
3 Don Grau
4 Golden Bound
&r-Golden Corn II
8 M. Cristina (e)
9 Crews Hill
" ; Bagdad
Race Trade Graded Entries
1st Race 6tb Series Imp. 6 Fgs! Purse' $400 VPool. Closes 1S;55
, t- KCE Or THE DUrLETA
1 Panzaretta F. oatica 105 -Distance to liking
2 Riscal H.-Gustlnes 97x-Longshot possibility
3 Remozada J. m. Bravo lis r.nnH eariw nor ;
4 Melrose G. Sanchez 118 Runs well when rested
5 Socorrito L. Gutierrez 107x -Nothing to indicate
'52y,ster 'D- Cortez 118 Could surprise
ie ? B- Baeza 108 Could make it here
. oV-Semlpleno b. Aguirre 118 Hard to beat now
i f f t ... p ( j.
Y i.,. I f,j -t- y i
2nd Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. I 1 purse $500
; 2ND RACE Of THE DOUBLE
; 1 Cartillero H. Gustlnes 107x -Powerful finish 'last ?
-B. Baeza 108 Rates good chance tod
A.' Ycaza 115 -Enjoying good, form
R. Vasquez 113 Better each time out
D. Sanchez 113 'Will fight it out
',;!'. O. Ruiz 113 Returns from layoff
1 3 After-Me
3rd Race "Hla." Natives 6 Fgs. 1 rse $275
3r Bagdad v.
4 Don flraii'.
Improved effort last
Rates best on form
Return -frnm lavnff
-Dropped another class
J. Goneora 115
,J. Phillips 108
. '"-C. Ruiz 120-
,V. Ortega .115.
.T., U nravn lie
(6 Linda Susy H Gustjnjs 103x Could make it now
4th Race "Hla. -H2a." Nativ ; Vnaa -fr.
, (, 6 Furlongs v'l ; QUINIELA
f Golden Bound R. Vas.f112 -improving "slowly"5
2 So Gallito H. Gustlnes 105x-Should be dose up
S-JMjAlal, v B, Baeza 105 pt-Lacks early speed
4 Cochlsa s; A. Gonzales Iir.-f Usually fractwus
5- Regia F Gatica' 105 -Last doesn't count 5,
8 Que Lindo B. Aguirre (118 Dangerous this time
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i Purse $500
5th Race -5th Series Imp. -7 Fgs,
i, f i a t t
1 Joe's Fiddling G, San. 110 Racing to best form
2 Iguazu R. Crlstian ne Usually disappoints
3 Don Dant J. Montene. lllx-DoSs not belong here
4 Soft Note B. Baeza 103 Must go lo-.vr totf '
5 Maria Stuardo V. Castl. 112 v-Sh6wing improvement
6 (Golden Corn ,H. Gus. 103x-Form indicates
7 (Chivllingo R. yasquez llS Could, be winner too' t
6th Race "Special" Imp. 5 Fgs. 1 Purse $650
flKST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Violin.. Vlejb D. 'Cortes 110-Ran well b debut ;
2 Aberargio B; Aguirre 115 Hard to b t here" :
3 Grand, Finish R. Vas. 110 Dangerous contender
oiuuu i v-''"''.'"'is. uario iuu tsnei eany speed:
a-nMiss raiiente h. ousu. iouy-Hi, good finish.
8 Governant, r R, CrisUan 11 -Has hiBlffatini'
' i 5-2
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2 Clngulum R. Vasquez 11 -Seems classy runner'
f(3 Embrujada G. Sanchez 110s Back in best form
4 Scintillation R. Crlstian 118 Needed last ? ;
5 Reflector V. Ortega 115 Must go lower
Mlchlrlpi A. Ycaza 124 -Weights may handicap
7 Mrs. Hallisran S. Hernan. ln.T Nnt ..!. f y
th Race $ Fgs, JEJJRED JOCKEYS IIANDICA1
2 Amat t
B. Moreno 125 -Should be close up
T. Medrano 115 Wide open race
C. Harry 135 Good early speed
5 RoyaJ Stream A; Walker 145 Has beaten better i
o nuuianie a. smitn 130 Fastest at getaway
7-Rada, F Hidalgo 135 -Racing to good form
8- P. de Gales N. Vegi -Could make it here
f8" : 2'nu 125 Nothing in months
?? 5f:C!rto4? E' Camp- 120 -Slurpened foi this
11 (Pollzon M. Arosemena 120 Excellent race last
, v .... v w w wc. mMMWl ir VAmuwaiaa A ima lliU 1. SI Ullg
i 7 (Coronation D. Hidalgo 108 Showing improvement
a--fjiayi.ay ouu ,u. Ott". 110 in ugai lo-uuan :i
'- -" -;'' --.'- t. ,'. ij
7th Race 5th Series Imp. "7 Fgs. ltari$
I ZINU KAtE OP TBB UUVBLE
1 Suntonner F. Gatica 108 Rates slim chance
ath Race, 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs,
C LABOR DAY HANDICAP
- ONE TWO
1-Trlrreme p. Cortes 110 -Must go lower
2-Money Maker r. HldaL 118 -Looked good in last
3- My Friend J. M. Bravo ll-Not agaiiZse
4rew. Hill B. Baeza 122 -In fight to finish
5 Camberwell H. Gustlnes 103x Would pay nice "oddi
2?r,ec?. V Hernandez 105x -Doesn't seem likely
7 Celestial Fire G. Sanjia Form indicates :
10th Race, Mile President of the Republic Clawl.
1 Empire Honey J. RbdrLiii Way above head
mvaauuea ur. aancnez 121 Shnwinv mnnwimut
R; Crlstian 121 Could surprise
B. Aguirre '121 -Jockey handicaps
R. Vasquer 118 Seems best horse '',
V. Castillo 11 Not m,best form" i
" A. Ycaza 121 No. 1 vjntender 1 1
5 Chlroke -
6 (Opulento ':
llth Race, 6th Series Imp-7 Fgs.
: Purse $400
1 Tiburon t R. Vasquez lis -Last wa- revealing
2 Arrabalero D. Cortez 108 Could-surprise
a Loves Girdle L. Gutle. HOx Nothing to recommend
4 Escort al J. Jimenez 118 Rider handicaps
5 Vedette G., Sanchez 113 -Serious effort here ''
.6 Febrero XI v t J. Phillips 113 Dangerous -thla- tim ':
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ird and 9th RACES
10th RACE ONE AND ONE -HALF-MILE v
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Braves, Chisox Lead
A ( J, t. tin i
Kvvf vriRTC Anril
Haney of the Milwaukee Braves and skipper Al Lo Lopez
pez Lopez of the Chicago While Sox both credited ?ood
nitchinc today for their fast getaways in the major
league, pennant races.;
"I don't saywe have the great
est but I think we hay the deep deep-est
est deep-est pitching staff in the (Na (Na-1
1 (Na-1 tional) League," Haney con-
ceded as, the ;nt.runntog
Braves prepareLto open their
first Eastern trip against the
New York Giants, tonight.
And is "the first-place .White
"Box 'Stood ready for tbeh .initial
home stand against, their East Eastern
ern Eastern -rivals in. the American
League, Lopez admitted he was
ore than satisfied with our
"Smning nlne Uirtr taj
10 eames, the Braves have relleo.
f V?T ...lniw on their 'Big
Four- pitching staff; of Boh
Buhl, Warren spahn, Bay Crofce
and Lew Burdette, Haney tabbed
this planned rotation as "Oper "Oper-Utionf
Utionf "Oper-Utionf irst two weeks." x M
l told my pitchers that beV
eans. f ,rainouta: and open
dates early In the season, It
would be better if we got four
men In top shape and concen concentrated
trated concentrated o thenv rather .? than
have W men ready to go witn witn-out
out witn-out enough work for all
them," the lilwankee manage
er revealed, y-'.
v "That's why I've concentrated
en Spahn, Buhl, Burdette and
Crone as starters,' he continued.
"There .were na gripes frpm tne
other pitchers because they knew
what 1 was. trying j mplishJ
and I saw to it that they had
enough cHores to keep them in
Haneyiaisd pointed Vou 'iat
"there's a wholly different atti attitude
tude attitude on-the team this season. ..
a mere coneentraiea aweroy w
illAO a uw.a -
Hank Aaron traveled all the way
iiutBrraT.inn ,- no rcvr.aicu jiivv
,Min rleht fie d in a recent game in Ameru:u
ihack TiP wlld throWnt ftoWgames, Boston is at Kansas City
asevana prevent, w iimuvt
from! taking ah extra base.
'i don't tninx Aaron wmuu
have don that last year, he
While aiscusang Aaron, wm
KXWMARKET, Eng., AprU 30 30-(TJP1'
(TJP1' 30-(TJP1' Racehorse owners' ami
trainers today were anxiously
hoping for raia to take the hard hardness
ness hardness out of the turf for the run run-hlng
hlng run-hlng of the Two Thousand Oul Oul-aeas,'
aeas,' Oul-aeas,' the first of the season's
five classic horse races, "which
will Be run off here tomorrow.
Only 15 of the 3-year-old thor thoroughbreds
oughbreds thoroughbreds out of an original en entry
try entry of 375, will face the starting
gate for the event, which will be
William Brandl and Lee Carr.
tied up -at 20, led the tough & yard
Trap rounds at the Cristobal Gun
Club's Wednesday prepping for
the Captain C. W. Stewart Memo Memorial
rial Memorial event ito be fired on Sunday
morning, JUtty 5), leaving their
nearest competitors 4 birds behind
but not downhearted. f w.
' R. C. Castnova headed the list
n double... witr ar handsome 20
cored, close pressed by Walter
Johnston and Art Sutton" with 19
each.. Carr followed with 16, and
Chollar should have stood in bed.
' Amongst the Skeet ers. "Win "Windy"
dy" "Windy" Sellers, resplendantly anticipa anticipating
ting anticipating the rainy season, hurriedly
christened his waterproof Jacket
with a perfect 25. After kwing the
delayed action firsj bird, W. W.
Rowland appeared to have dis discovered
covered discovered the magic Word, botlsome
W drooMd tha hirh house tar-
IM in.ro luuon -N
and ended at
rwS "lhortve,-r Sevel experU are antlclpat.
TSfj?: .. Jln that the speed Crenelle
nnnnl with him duratid 12 (SOEe
ChoUar. perennially hopeful should
have gone home earlier.
Irving Hay bested all
auspices of the Amateur Trap-;
shooting Assn. of America.
Maury Holmes and Les uog-,
a. tt l - Ika Wa.aK
ial lait from the bufh
country, had to be content with
eccmd 'place with V0 each. Fn!
sXtoiWbWft spottn the betting
IKi 'S nndPr 12. i before the coiU face the starting!
LaMlaUWU a a aa ana, un v w
ffrx't 85 and P. Dtsharoon Sr.
.Ah an 83 topped out the high
limners for the morning. H. Lei-lBea
ay. H. Ehacklett and BiJ KileaJ-inas
len were relefsted to the heap
cf "alo r Jna
At it yards cap. Hay. Jon
and Haunr iicre eni T5
SO fUPY Manager Fred
i Is currently hitting M9 la de-
. hi VI.. hattlnr crown.
Ituau VI H" ..." v C
Haney said, "There's no telling
wnat ne can mi. c mum -come
one of the truly great
rirht-banded- hitters in base base-ball
ball base-ball andther (Ro?ers)
Hornsby or t (Harry) Hell-,.
mans." f ;
Lopez, discussing hi pitching
staff before ,i today's game a a-noincf
noincf a-noincf th. Pmltimore orioles.
said he was pleased with start starters
ers starters Billy Pierce, Jack' Harshman
and Jim Wilson, who have, ac ac-.nnnf.rf
.nnnf.rf ac-.nnnf.rf fnr iv rtf the While Box
first seven victories. He also put
in a plug lor renevers lixk
Howell and Ralph Lnpaime.
- "tinnioii lnnirx crond and La-
Palme has been doing some great
rlxLluC ixna uccu uumg outia wWW
pishing for us" SefiorAlst
On the hitting aide. Lopez wnx.
i i i. i L mma Mnf-rtfirvv
Sherm LoUar; who is leading the
club In home runs (four)
runs-batted-in (11). ; ; ?
"LoUar's been the" best siir-
Drise so far," he' declared. "His
hitting has been, a great help...
ana. most or rus nns nave oocw
timely, too." j;-i i'l--4
Admitting that "everybody
likes to get off t --a god
- start," Lopea ItUl didn't allow
.Chicago's fast getaway to rein
his profesaional persnttve' t
the A.L. race, pointing; out
"We've got too lone to go to
' judge any teams in the league.
: HoweverT Casey Stengel, whose
Yankees open their Western
swing against the jyfroit Tigers,
bluntly eoniessea.' ,ine- wiuic
flox art roln td lvf us' the most
'Maybe Cleveland is stronger
to have the best au-rouna
strength," said Ole Case.
nA -wonhinffton at Cleveland
Three other National League
night games will rinj cnicano at
Brooklyn; Cincinnati at Phila
delDhii. ad St. Louis at Pitts-'
run over the straight mile of the
Newmarxec iraca. cacn oi we
colts will carry 128 pounds, t
French and Irish owners are
making a- strong bid to capture
this classic race, valued at 16, 16,-ntn
ntn 16,-ntn aterltne-. U4 RflU dollars of
I which the winning owner will
- ... t i AM aAO
receive i3,ouo aierung va&ouv
dollars), '-y" ;
Heading the four French en-t
tries Is Tyrone, owned by M. J.
Puerarin. He is a speedy colt
with some outstanding perform performances
ances performances to his credit in France,
Tyrone will be difficult- to beat,
and experts are predicting that
this has been reflected in ,- the
pre-race betting odds, which in installed
stalled installed the colt a 3 to 1 favo favorite.
rite. favorite. V . ..W-;. V
Cml'v one doubt Is expressed
against his chances, namely,
whether the colt will be anecs anecs-ed
ed anecs-ed by the hard ground, in which
'rnerta ar lnnkine- to
Wayne II. who is also trained in
France, to carry tne eowrs or
his American owner, Ralph.
Strassburger, to victory!
Trlanrf'a hnttfi nf vietnrv vlll
be centered on the two entries of
millionaire Joe McGrath. Divi
de! and Brendan, but on their
form the? do not represent a
strong threat to the more favor favored
ed favored French and English entries. :
Pipe of Peace, the entrv of
Greek shipping magnate. Stav Stav-roa
roa Stav-roa Klarchoa, is the most favored
of the home entries. Trained by
the former champion Jockey, Sir
Gordon Richards, the colt has
the required blend of soeed, r'ass
and stamina to win this event,
especially as he has already won
mrrrin th Rtr Victor Raisoon
rolors will finish in front of the
Nlarchos entry. The colt has
been verv ImDresslre in his hOrae
Raiicps, i racwi.-wnicq mmj
! mm cnauemaiia ii r rone ir j
f wmorrow m
straight,-wKh Loga and the Die-
,hanxm oraaiuiir 34 ana 23 re
1 ..a-.,T- Wufu. a.4
spectlvely, there&y serving ro ro-tice
tice ro-tice the regutered shoot at cnt-
tobarwejrt Pnnday. will -b neater $mmr I
- jun come ajia get ji.
apaovaF a -x V ritt T TTaa lT
of toe University of Indiana
voted U ovendin aauete'uiierea in ".
b the Penri Re!rs by 17 aport
too week-ood com-
Dirty Tactics: :
V vim VflBV Ahril 30 fUP
Bill Skcwron, the. normally vjsy-
goinp tirst Daseman wr uw
kees. bluntly warned Red Sox put-
fielaer Jim PiersaU tpday ne s
"headtd for trouble" u ne perswu
in his belligerent, baseball tactics.
" Skowren' and Piersall almost
Mem UV?? 7
day s rhwoaro-pacKxi "m".
gam which Hie Yankots won,,
3The two players exchanged
words when PiersaU fcumpea
SkowrOn during tne rounn huuui
as 'the Yankee first packer was
attempting to catchhis vo? tty
a possible fisfiignt in the seventh
when PiersaU kicked we du oui
nf skowron's hands en an attempt
ed pickoff play.
'He spiked m on purpose last
year," Skowron tid, "and I told
l7"'rA t him fnr that if it took
me the rest of my basebaU career.
"Sunday ne runs iw
when I'm trymg to catch toatpop-
un in the lourtn-innuigj
Airtv o-attd-0. men
, viUB 4. i. ,,
enui, ne ;1 it
I .1 Aaat nrhan .1 TTV vu aliirVi.
the time, eouia ry ro v?
"it trvino to twii
vp, no's aemmt tmonir '-""
H. know I'm hkon but .1
don't want to wln a hunK Mtrt
kM-ina for It, thoosh,''- -T,
to a man,
f tha aesressive riersau
- 7"V.!- tk. h.iaVv
would regi-et majun
200-pound Skowron any, more an
gry tnan ne airoan ? .
bull," said one of. his teammates.
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iMuslal, Bt: LouU
AdCOCK, MUW1U. H
Dark. St. Louisa 9 J
Hodges. Bklyn w 37
Thomas, Pitta, t
Bailey, Clnci. XI 85
rrajidall. MiL t 10 4
S 14 .378
S 13 .361
7 12 .353
lrurlllQ. Bklyn -elO 87
4 13 .351
AaronT Milwau. 10 43 11 15 -3
8 13 -40
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By. 11 as id it vs
Fox, Chicago 38 .5 14 88
Mauch, Boston 11 45 7 1
Simpson, x.w. ; H"ZZ;
Mantle, k-Y-j 10 ? H-2Jf
Bertola, Detroit "525"
I arr 12 48 18 -333
K?d!,B?iSmoral2 3 .333
Kell, Baltimore 11 40 r S 11 '425
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Sklzas,' Athletics ......... i
Simpson, Athletics ....... 4
' LoUar, White Sox 4
Skowron, Yaaks 4
Slevers. Senators ..........
NATIONAL IXAGUB ;t
i" Adcoek, Braves,. 5
. Sauer. Giants
Snider, Dodgers ......a 3
Thomas, pirates .........
Crowe, Rediegs .......... .
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Tattle, Tigers ..........
LoUar, white Sox
Mauch, Red Sox
Simpson. Athletics ......
Skiaas, Athletics ........
Maris, Indians ..........
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NEW YORK a'P-Pight man-'
-A am 1 7i tarnation ai ocimi wo
offer for fealberroitht Harold
Gomes to fight in wasnmgwn
May 2 hecaose
technic il knocks
bcner the IBC wairted Comes to
oscar fraliy; 1
NEW YORK rUP)-It all Prob
ably simmers down to whether
you- need a toupee, but Fearless
Fraley has to stick out a scrawny
neck today 'and pick Sugar Ray
Rnhininn tn ntpain the middle-.
weight title from Gene Fullmer at
Chicago on Wednesday night.
This figures immediately to
send the : chalk players into rap-
For with this type of a kiss
of death, tha price should get!
even longer man me io 10 a roe?
ii pa -i wi' i" i nil- j wi in i'f
Odds On Fight
Sharp In Prep
CHICAGO (UP) Sugar Ray
Hnhfnann'a ittim hittina ham.
mered down the udds today he
finished boxing preparations for
WailnaiflaB nitrht'a ratiim litla
fight with middleweight champion
' Youric Fullmer of West Jordan.
Utah, ft favored at only 2-1 to
keen his 10- Pound crown oy
beatins 36-vear-oId Robinson in
Itheir 15-rounder at tha Cihcago
Stadium. That's a remarkable
itmn nt aiy "nninta" from tha 1B-S
that prevailed over the week end.
"And the price will go lower,"
predicted one Chicago bookie,
"ftns-ae Hit hat been verv im
pressive in training, but Fullmer
bas neen ,oniy so-so. in pnea
o! Robinson money showing noyJ;
. im tha aiMi rirnnned. enthuil
asm for;the fight mounted, rapid-
1 Dniiii Tim Krtrrim. nnw on
.ai4 Th fiekat tale
IS 394 going 6 well I believe we'll
-t 17 -188 btve crowd of at least 14,000
15 JM'and a sate of at least $200,000."
in ariHition. the TV radio re-
leeinta wiU be 8100.000. The bout
win be televised ana
f . m.
mtiontllya with t TV blackout onCo.aon fiym A today. Meanwhile,
a. ft S:.. an.jaaa. fitS.I V.a11oAa.da 'ala tmA 4. lata Via. I KAvtnff
150-mUo radius from the Sts-
'houah Robinson lost the title
to Fullmer on a unanimous deci-
.k.-:.. iht at VaHi.i
'lion in iucu
,on square Garden, Jan. 2, he is
Ray ;Jo ;Win
currently are Quoting on thV sock'
marKi. w. wvorroi ine Mormon
mauler.; v,, ;.;:.'),,,
All I Van 'sty' Is! that memories
are made of this, or' vice versa
l,.: ..." C .."f. :
Much In Favor
Everything points to a. repeat
victory for the 26-year-old' crowd-
years in his favor, is bull strong,
nam 10 um naraer 10 nun ana
has had two bouts since beating
dub ar nv m juuetrj wuue auu
fitionM ka ViAOM ifllaa ,.-h-
asaovsa iao asvsia auiv
; But it's going to take one more
win over the dancing dynamiter
fmm Harlem hefnr I'll .arlmlt
he anvthlnff. morA than a varv
ifooa chid ngnter., : v. .,-
V TU. JKCmM., 4. tk.l T .....
..,.1119 UUAlculljr Uiat.-A (mi
nnvini mvsfilf that jCitcror Pair
has gone back that far and if I
was me cynical iype-witnout in-
elmiatintf that all uraa nif IrAak
I'd say that the price is right Bj
this I mean that at 3 to 1 or bet better,
ter, better, Ray Robinson figures to fight
even better than bis 37 year per-
raitVw' ., ...-j """'i...
Vrnm "tVn wav thav'va hMn
talking, Fullmer should be put in
au zor assauiung an oiu man. a
Stems doubtful; from' the advance
reports, whether pore old Sugar
Ray's legs will bo strong enough
to carry him up tha steps to the
. iypassod Other' Fighters
fin- hhrlc a wavi and mavhe
you'll recall, that Fullmer was a
notorious, ."bleeder" in hit esny
bouts. Recall, toj, that when Rob Robinson
inson Robinson had to risk the' title he
hanrinickaa Flillrr.er to hvDIII
several other gents- who had title
Suaar Ray can't afford to lose.
His finsnces are a mess and the
big bit for him ir ihej ring where
victory can give him. several
more prontawa anoti.
; If Fullmer beats R Wednes
day night-1 we both wind : up as
bums. And. rd sure nstt- to asve
company, Sugar. .;;
so" 'confident of victory this time
he has bet $2,000 on himself.
Dnhina'nn ml alated fnr tun fi.
a.imH. nff la. tha tncalnir at
FiillmaA-LnrhA had finlihait. boxine
atiirrlavrnnfenteH himself with
rnaficnrlr and : limherinrf cxer-
cises. Neither champion nor chal-
lenger- expected any difficulty-in
...inf jIawm -a th lAAwnmind lim.
"a uw 'f i
it for. Wednesday's weigh-in. -y,
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joyment enjoyment of the incomparable
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CHICAGO, April .SO-(UP)
Stocky, muscular Gene Fullmer
ana sienaer, explosive Ray Rob Robinson
inson Robinson admitted today that their
riner stratearles in tomorrow
night's return middleweight ti
tle fight will be much different
from those of their January
battle. s '.. -.
Thirty-slx-year-oid Robln Robln-'
' Robln-' son, trying to win the 160 160-pound
pound 160-pound crown for : the fourth
'time, said, "I fought just the
wav ho wanted mo to at Madi-
II ann Snnir. ClarArn hut I'll
: make him fight iny way tomor
' row night at Chicago Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. I wont be stupid this
Champion Fullmer, the 25-year-old
mining welder from
West Jordan, Utah, declared:
"If Robinson changes his tactics
tomorrow night, I'm ready to
change' mine too. I've been doing
a lot of skull practice, studying
the movies of 'our first bout, and
I know Just what to do."
Fullmer won the title from
: Robinson at New York, Jan. 2,
on a unanimous 15-round deci decision
sion decision after out-smarting and
out-fighting : v e t e ran Ray,
Moreover,: Gene scored the on on-!
! on-! ly knockdown of the bout a a-;
; a-; gainst his harder-hitting, op opponent
ponent opponent in the seventh round.
- Although Fullmer has the re-
tsilt.at.1nn nf k.tn a trarir .fftrralt.
ive mauler, he craftily feigned
Robinson into doing most of he
leading in January, He slipped
under1 Robinson's left jabs and
charged Into him with counter countering
ing countering onslaughts of ripping blows
to body .and head. And Sugar
Wov arnerallv nff halanrn whnn
the counter-charges ckme, could
oniy grao ana noia. . i
! WA$HINTON7"April 30 (UP)
The Seston Red Sox, who had
only one lefthandod pitcher on
their staff, obtained lofty Dean
-Stone and righthander Sob Cha Cha-kales
kales Cha-kales from the Washington ..Sen.,
tors yesterday in a strsight
player swap for shortstop Mil
Selling, eotf (older F aye Throne.
borry and pitcher Russ s Kent,
merer. v:- --r.;. .-
; Boiling and.! threneberry wore
wtinry men tor esron last
son, but were expected to bo re regulars
gulars regulars with Washington.
The Rod Sox, with Mel Parnell
. on the disabled list, had only
' one lefthandod pitcher, rookie
Jack iSpring, and Stone, who
had m i-7 record last year and
was asod as a relief pitcher by
Washington this season, was -posted
to win a starting ob with
sfAWiAarv all Mhsta
asosa. swuaa aa taevaa atasi
W L Pet. GB
St. Louu .
. TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Brooklyn (N)
Milwaukee at New York (N
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (N)
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (N
- YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
: (Open date)
ISTHMIAN LITTLE LEAGUE
;. Second Half Standings ;
:;'y Won Lost GB
Mutual Of Omaha 8
Sommers' Sparks .. 7
Tropelco ........... 2
Tivoll Motors' 1
Mutual of Omaha won yester
day's earns and the. Isthmian
Little League second-half title in
a thrilling 2-1 : play-off with
Omaha trailed throughout the
first half-season, finishing with
a lowly 1-7 won-lost record to
claim the cellar position. -Sommers'
fared just a little' better,
finishing in fifth place with two
wins. v; -. '"."
Bowe'n pitched for the winners
surrendering two htiS and one1
van. Robinson, and Jlmenes shar shared
ed shared mound chores for the losers.
Omaha meets Elga on Thurs
: rv Aim
, HAVE Y0U.1 TI.7ES BAIAKCED
USE OUR BUY NOW PAY LATER BUDGET PLAN
. .TRANSISTHMIAN HIGHWAY, TEL. 3-1 501
k AMERICAN LEAGUE
w l Prt r.n
Boston . .... 7 4
New York ' .' 6 4
Kansas City ....
, 6 6
. 5. 8, .455 3
4 8 .333 4'
4 1 9 .303 i
Baltimore at Chicago
Boston at Kansas City (N
. New York at Detroit .w
Washington at Cleveland (N) ',
i .... ( i i r
(Open date) (
day In the final same of the sea!'
son,to decide the, championship
Yesterday's box scores ;.'f'
Sommers' Sparks ; AbR(Il'n
Garnett, -3b 3 0
Tnomas, rr 4 o
Jimenez, ss, p ,.... 3 0
Robinson, p, lb ...i-.i,, 2 It' It'll.
ll. It'll. Dabriel, c ........... 3 0"
Juley, cf 2.0
Hogan, 2b i.... 0 1
A. Dabriel, 2b ss ..... 0 0
Coulcote, If, 2b 3 0
Hinds, lb, If V 0
: Totals N 21
, Mutual Of Omaha
Cooper, 2b .
R, Bowen, p..
Cumberbatch, If ....... 2 10
vvt ill , ... , .
Todd, cf .......... ...
n 2, i-;t
Winning pitcher: Bowen (5-0. ;
Losing pitcher: Robinson (3-41..'
Umpires: D. Sobers, McKenzie.
Time: 1:14. Scorer! A.' Peterkin.
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MONTH LY" I N VESTM ENT PLAN I
C LASS I F IE D S
As little U $10 month? JtahSJJtiHt
i, 7 .7 -.5- . :.4.J...
Or as much si yon wish
Boat M9" TA S-TStt
it mi t,
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: ; : 'm
kab neNT. Vritilnn ami-.
. tors. May 15 to July 22. Call
FOR RENT: Beautiful eha eha-let,
let, eha-let, 3 bedrooms, I bathrooms,
living-room, dinning room,
garage, .kitchen, porch, Phono
3-3W4 from 4 p.m. to p.m.
FOR RENT: Boautiful spa spa-clous
clous spa-clous 3 bedrooms, residence, 2
baths, torraco, otc. Unfurnish Unfurnish-od
od Unfurnish-od $225.60; partly furnished
275.00. Call 34419.
FOR RENT! 2 bedroom
, chalet, living dining room,
largo porch, screened, maid's
; room, garage, etc., $125.00
Phono 3-1544. 14th Street No.
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1390 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phono Panama
9-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apart
i ments at Santa Clara Beach,
Telephone Smith, Balboa 3M1.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach boose. One mile past Ca Ca-sine.
sine. Ca-sine. Phono Balboa IS 66.
FOR RENT: Furnished
room for single person, priv private
ate private entrance and service. Tel.
3-1103 Chile A. No. Pan,
Bill Casper Jr.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UP)-Steady
Bill Casrwr .Tr wn't ki.
shake a lingering cold during the
u,vuu A.enucKy uerDy open gold
tournament, but he can buy a lot
of cold pills today with his $4,300
first priza money.
The Bonita, Calif, pro moved
up from 11th to third place on the
PGA money list by finishing with
a 72-hole total of 277, one stroke
better than Peter, Thomson.
It was Casper's oil-smooth putt putting
ing putting that gave him a five stroke
lead on the front nine Sunday. But
he ran into trouble while playing
the leg-tiring back nine in a down downpour
pour downpour and bogeyed three holes, in in-c.uding
c.uding in-c.uding the last two. He almost
blew it by taking a- three-over 39
on the back-side, while Thomson
finished in 34.
Thomson picked up $3,000 for
his four days work.
Julius Boros, former U.S. Open
champion from Mid Pines, N.C,
carded a final round of 65 ; and
finihesd in third-place at 280.
i A 67 by Bob Harris of Winnet Winnet-ka,
ka, Winnet-ka, 111., cava him a total of 281
and tied him in fourth place with
Bo Wininger, Odessa, Tex., who
had a final found S.
. Art Wall Jr. of Pocono Manor,
iPa., was next with a 282; Jack
Fleck, of Rochester, Mich., had a
',283; and Al Besselink, Grossinger.
JV.Y., and Marty Furgol, Lemont,
111., were tied at 284.
We always have a complete
stock of Perfection Kerosene
Stoves and replacement parts
26109 Central, Calldonla
CALLS 'TEL 10 00 ?J.
a 25 cycla conversion
' o Antanrtt rnt'ltion
I! ACL WORK GUARANTEED
ATTENTION, O. LV iu bum
modem famished partmoats, 1,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold water.
bene Paaama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished a a-partmonts
partmonts a-partmonts on Via Porras, No.
120, overlooking SAS commis commissary,
sary, commissary, beside. Roosevelt Thea Theatre.
tre. Theatre. Telepone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: SUBLET -TO
ly three months mid-May to
Mid-August, priced under ac actual
tual actual rent for desirable tenant,
preferably without small ehik
dren: : luxuriously completely
furnished, large, cool, moaqui moaqui-fofree
fofree moaqui-fofree penthouse apartment
with beautiful view overlook overlooking
ing overlooking Panama Bay, living room,
dining room, four largo, bai-;
conies, three bedrooms (two
ajreonditiened), two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, enclosed laundry, com-
Elete maid's quarters and,
ath; servants and utilities by
mutual arrangement. Please
phone home3-4857 or office 3 3-5384".
5384". 3-5384". FOR RENT: 2-bedroem a a-partment
partment a-partment in Margarita. )Com-.
pletely furnished. From My
5 ta Sept. 1. Call 3-1203 after
FOR RENT: Furnished
bedroom apartment on ground
floor, CI inspected. 580-00.
The best you can got for this
price. Jose do Fabrega Ave.
No. H, Pasadena. Familia He-
MAY RENTAL: Lovely en
and two bedroom apartments
in now building on Via Es
pans and 51st. Street, facing
La Cresta, El Carmen Church,
El Panama. Hot water, cedar
closets, individual laundries,
parking. $75 up. Mrs. Bran Bran-nan
nan Bran-nan 3 041.
FOR RENT: Modern 3 bed bed-room
room bed-room apartment with 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, kitchen, living dining
room, watchman's service,
Campo Alegre, Phona 3-7192.
between 7 and I p.m.
FOR RENT: Furnished or
unfurnished apartment, one
bedroom, living room, dining
room, kitchen, aabanas. rhone
FOR RENT: t Spacious a a-partment;
partment; a-partment; one bearoom, hot
water, 50.00. J F. de la Osse
Avenue Rioui Building, facing
Firestone, fhono Jl-3iji.
FOR RENT; Modern well
located two bedroom apart apart-ment
ment apart-ment ln El Cangrejo, gas, hot
water heater. Call 3-2887.
FOR RENT: .Furnished ar
unfurnished 1 bedroom mod modern
ern modern apartment, garage, 168
Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: -Spacious, re re-cently
cently re-cently painted two 7 bedroom
apartment, garage, washing
facilities. San Francisco. Tel.
FOR RENT: Nice two bad bad-ream
ream bad-ream apartment, near sea seashore.
shore. seashore. -Uruguay street No. 1-5.
FOR, RENT: Commercial
site, suitable for offices, flow flower
er flower shop, Photo-studio, etc. Jus Juste
te Juste ArosemSns Avenue, appo apposite
site apposite "Maria Inmaculada." In Inquire
quire Inquire Almacen Rhode. Phono
Caribbean Forces Network
CFN has announced that the
following major league baseball
games, plus the elassie Ken-
tucky Derby will be broadcast
i this week end starting with
; Friday's Bostos Red Sox-De-!
troit Tigers dash.
! The schedule Is as follows:
Friday, May 3: Boston vs.
Detroit at 2 p.m.
Saturday, May 4: St. Louis
vs. Brooklyn at 1 p.m.
Also on Saturday: The Kea Kea-'
' Kea-' tucky Derby at 4:1S p.m.
Sunday, May S: N.I. Tankeea
i vs. Chicago at 1:30 pjn.
Qualify For Zone
Davis Cup Play
Six countries qualified for the
second round of the European
Zone Davis Cup play during the
week end, rounding out the 10 10-natioo
natioo 10-natioo fieH for the next stage of
the annual tennis compethioa.
' The second round pairings: U-aly-Tbe
Hungary Belgium; New
Zealand Britain; Chechoslovakia Chechoslovakia-France;
France; Chechoslovakia-France; South Africa Denmark;
Austria Sweden; Luxembourg Luxembourg-Chile.
Chile. Luxembourg-Chile. These series must he com completed
pleted completed by June 1L All cup series
are best-cf-fiye mstches.
S'x of the countries were sched sched-oled
oled sched-oled to wind up first round series
Monday bat the winners slresdy
have btea decided and the final
matches reduce to exhibitions.
Italy, tb. defending tone chaat-
LEAVE TOUB AD WTTH ONt Or OVW
INTERNAL. DE FUBLICACIONKS Ne. 8 Lottery Piaia CASA ZALOO Central Ave. 4S O lOUBDES PHARMAtY 182 ut curaMuillae) ISJIIHAUA tu.n.
-V7!r. .aTuHnH.7'T. uTl i tft'l ar.RVU.E-.ATa. Tlv.lt No. 4 m FARMACIA -ESTAOOS UNIDOS US Central Ave.
itoiBuinti iiivj.ui 4T.-toi
vaw-nERitaaa atraat- Na. a a fiiuhacia el hatlibku raiaaa unrta
the BeUe Vtamjroeatra. V
FOR SALE: J- 155 Chevo Chevo-let
let Chevo-let "210", Excellent condition. ;
good tiros. Phono Balboa 221,
or see at 8432-H Ancort. f
FOR SALE: 195a duty paid
Ford Fairlano Victoria,; Thun Thun-'derbird
'derbird Thun-'derbird motor. Mi Usage only
7,300.. Two tone Ivory and
black with wsw tires, radio
and other accesorios. Bar Bargain.
gain. Bargain. Tel, 3-4982. From 4:30 to
FOR SALE: 1950, Cyl
' Chrysler Windsor, 4 door sod-'
an. $350.00. Call Bal. 1387 aft
or 5 p.m. for demonstration.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
; Plata 4 door, automatic trans transmission,
mission, transmission, 17,000 mi., new can-
dition. Will consider trade.
FOR SALE: 195o Ford Fair,
lane V-8, 4 door with radio.
Perfect condition, $1,850. Call
FOR SALE or TRADE: -For
older car $1100.00. Equity in
1954 Rambler Station Wagon.
Call T-Sgt. Hall 84-2241 or 84 84-4219.
4219. 84-4219. FOR SALE: Pontiac 1951
Hydramatic, new tires, good
condition. Must sell before
Thursday. Curundw 2244.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Station Wagon, Belvedere. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition,. Call 34430
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury
two-door sedanv Excellent con condition
dition condition throughout. Overdrive
underceatod. For quick . sate,
$595. Evenings 4 ta 7 Balboa
FOR SALE: 1952 Oldsma Oldsma-bile
bile Oldsma-bile Holiday coupe, radio, hy hydramatic.
dramatic. hydramatic. Excellent condition
$875.00: Call Balboa 1342 after
FOR SALE: Ford V-8 Ranch.
Wgon 1953, office 2-1J01 or1.
House 0840-K, Acacia Place,
Balboa (Behind VMC A) after-
4:1J p.m.. Vv. X'"
Gibraltar I.Lfe Ins, Co.
for rates and Information
' Tel Panama t-0S3S
TtANSPORTES BAXTER. 1 A.
Packers Skippers Mevets
Pheaes 2 -2451 2-2512
.': 'V Loam Riding a '
lUlUi llhlUA 41-UAAI
i runnina Rwina..
' RJdiag f Jampiag Classes alaity
8 ta S p.s. Pbaaa 2-2451
j ar ky appskrtasent.
Balboa Service Center
Special aprh. omit v
All Oar Baa Permaaeaaj
MAS to sue
Far OA aeenanal aad
With F 1.2 Len
PaaamA K York Colos)
ST. LOUIS, Mo. April 30 (UP)
Mrs. Dee Sweet's potatoes
the Maioe variety should Ming
her close to $600 cturing the com com-imt
imt com-imt rear. '. -
Mrs. Sweet an lod'uiinpoUs tel-
ecaster. won an acre of tho New
England spuds at a convention of
women broadcasters today. .-
pioa,.' drew a first round bye
slong with Germany, Belgium.
Britain, France, Ueomerk, Swe Sweden
den Sweden and Chile Earlier, New Zea Zealand
land Zealand defeatH Lebanon la the first
round sod Hunrtnr walked into
the sccd-ioutt4 when Irelsnd
- AGENTS OK OUB OFHCE8 AT M-IT
m nn11n11n1.11 rYrmvni 1 tm. da
FOR SALE: 1950 Nash $225.
and Singer $250.00. Call 34-5292
or 14-3131. Can bo seen at Ft.
Kobbo Hobby Shops.
FOR SALE: 1950 Plymouth
, 4-door Special Deluxe,' 'radio,
and heater, $495.00. Radio Radio-phonograph,
phonograph, Radio-phonograph, blonde, console
RCA, $125. Phono Balboa 1828.
s House 2254-B Carr street.'
FOR SALE: 21" O.E. T.V.
25-40 cycles. $170 or bast offer..
Like new. Phono: 3572. .4 v
FOR SALE:- $150, 40 cycle
generator with drive. 5-544 ar
. FOR SALE: Hammond tr tr-gan
gan tr-gan $1,050. Baby Grand piano
$325, Sofa $35, bar $30, child's
wardrobe $7.50. Buick 1954
. Special 4-door hardtop $2,400. :
84-4287. ..';-;v. :..
.FOR SALE: Bargain Small
piano. Mahogany case. 3rd,, of
November' St. House No. 5.
downstairs. Panama. New Ne.
house No. 3-91.
fOK SALE: General. Hoc
i trk 25 cycle refrigerator. Call
Balboa 2921 between 4 a.m.
and 2 p.m.
FOR SALE: -or
-Female Spring Spring-boautiful
boautiful Spring-boautiful pets.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ANONYMOUS-DRAWER
DRAWER ANONYMOUS-DRAWER "A." DIABLO ;
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
- INVITATION TO BID -One
HILL Dairy refrigerator,
reach-in, sliding glass doors,"
80 cubic' foot capacity, cem cem-ptet
ptet cem-ptet with 3-4 horse power1 25
cycle Goneral Electric' motor
and comprosaor. In operating,
condition. Offered as Is, where
Is, In the Cecoll Clubhouse,
Caceli Canal Zone, and can be
seen during business hours.
Successful bidder must re remove
move remove complete unit from
ptomlse ne later than 4 May
1957, Sealed bids should be ad addressed
dressed addressed to the Cecal! Civic
Ceuncll, Box '14, Rodman, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zona, er delivered to the
Clubhouse manager. Bidding
closes at 4:00 o'clock p.m.
Thursday, 2 Msy 1957, and
bids will bo opened Immedi Immediately
ately Immediately th.reaft:r 4n the Cocali
Clubhouse Bingo Room.
57 ABC Tourney
vFORT WORTH. Tejf.'f UP1 The
record i 54th American Bowling
Congress Touraaraent is history,
and executive secretary .Frank K-
D aW as ex 11 a ...... ,,
"We are very pleased. Wa "think
it has ruuuied our expectations.
It v has lived tip to Its potential
We are quits satisfied. Y
Toe 1 entry was smau, 3,w
teams.'' in this "frinee area" so
bowling; rbut tho v acores -were
Tim -Knairtino- nf I uiivnia. kv..
won the all-events title with 2.088.
breaKing a recora uiai naa iiooa
for 20 years. Peter Hand Reserve
Raat- nf rhloaan tank thm team
cnampionsnip wiin a,uo, me ninm
highest -winning score in ABC
bod Alien oi formers, n.i., De De-came
came De-came the third consecutive left
hsnder and only the fourth in
history to win the singles title
with, his 729.
Ruiini. Jnn.i. and Jna Menarni
of Sterling, Ohio, posted the sixth
hiahart Hnnhlaa irOTC in tOUrnB-
ment history In winning with 1,-
- The high individual series of tho.
tournament was a 737 in oonoies
by John Sands of Harlingen, Tex.,
and the high individual game was
a 29t in single by Stan Williams
a TtavtAfi fthtA. 4
The 195a tournament : will be
held In Syracuse, N.Y., sUrting
March 29. v ''.' a
timat fTATrt or aitouca
Canal Zona -VrnHt
ntata. Dlftrtct Cawrt Vaf
Taa IMstriH oC Tk Caaal Xaa
tM vision af Balboa -"
John R. O'Shie-oa. pUlnurt. TOmI
m xc. 1.4- imjUiii flaannvma Caat
ia Utt. Clril Dock U. Actioa lor
i ma aw. -.--
- .vMtiirad ta anoaar
and amwer the complaint 814 to U
aaa.a anmiaa rnvn wimjm. mv j -aflar
tno first publteaUaa.
In om W your Caihira to sa anpaar
ana anrwr. laaamam i
acakv r "7 oXault tar the raftaJ
aamanaaS In the eomptotr.
Witneaa the Honanbla OuthHa P
liniwa Stataa Ditttrid
Caot far the Itlrict at Oie Canal
avoaa, tnla Apm i. -
- -' Clark ,:.
' I-J f ar 4a la Ta
. ChtH Daputt Clark
To (that at O'&ftialdl
Tlte f orcfoinf auanmara ta acrvad
tha arSar al Om H"narlta GuthrW ?.
Crawa, Jrrif. Vnlf Stataa District
C4saat far ttk Diftrict a tha Canal lona.
- A at 1 tMI mA aiMtl mI
fliaS In Ovti aroon affwa ml
Ota Clark e a Id UnHaS State DMrirt
Canrt far tha Dhrtetaa af BaJbaa, an
A-prfl U. 1S4J.
aiT Kara 4a la aaa
Caief Deputy Clerk
, mt" r ... ;Ji;:..li 4 f v J fl X I I
st,w.i'iWi -4 r i.4
'H" HTHEET, f ANAMA-
la OauAva.Ma.41 FOTO DOMT Jnslo
1 aireei a anoiAi.iA ...- wra, .jrMia.
FOR SALE: Modern two
bedroom chalet; maid't room
and bath, hot and cold water :
screened, yard, patio sliding
door closets, etc. Phono Ama Amador
dor Amador 5193 from t t 4, 104 St.,
84 East,; between Via Porras
and 50th St, t
Civil Rights Bill
To Get Underway
WASHINGTON. Anril an 'Ami
president .' Eisenhower's civil
rights bill got a tiny push forward
m congress today despite lncreas
ing signs It Will not be enarteri
into law this year. '
Chairman Howard W. Smith (D-
va). a strone foe of the hill aaid
his House Rules Committee will
start hearings on the controversial
measure later this week, : But : at
best, it appeared the bill will not
ta sent to the House floor for two
weeks. ,', :
At the .'same time. the Senate
Judiciary Committee : made the
bill its nendins; business. But it
can be laid aside at any time for
consideration of nominations, pri
viie immigrauon Diiis or a con
troversial measure affecting the
supreme Court. r
First Senate committee action
will come on a right to work
amendment by Sen. John L. Mc-
Clellan (D-Ark). It would permit
a person deprived of tha right to
work because of non-membership
in a union io sue tor damages.
The. U. S. attorney general also
would be, authorized to get court
injunctions to protect the right to
House 'Democratic' Leaded John
W. McCormack' (Mass) 'said he
still thinks i civil runts legislation
can be passed by the "House by
the end of May,- Ha predicted the
House vote would be 2-tp-l In fa, fa,-vor
vor fa,-vor of the biU -ft .-
' Theoretically that would leave
time for the Senate to act before
adjournment this; slimmer.'; But
the. Senate Judiciary Committee's
action Jeft the way open for South Southerners
erners Southerners to delay final committee
action for weeks or even months.
-'Tha House bill would create a
bipartisan commission to investi
gate charges that voting rights
hid been-denied; set up a civU
rights division in the Justice De
partment ; -. strengthen laws J pro
tecting the right to vote, ana per permit
mit permit the government, to brina in
junction suits to .prevent, civil
rights violations. :
In Island Colony
HONG KONG, April 30 (UP (UP-An
An (UP-An American businesman vanish
ed April 27 with his Korean wife
and baby In tha Portuguese colo
ny of Mscso, police, disclosed to
day. ; :
The American was identified as
Donalds Jackson Blackwood. U.
His wife was identified .as Junk
Snnk DhM aln 25.
The r Blackwoods, whose Ameri
can address was not known nere,
arrived in the Portuguese island
colonv lust off the. mainland of
Red China aboard the steamer Tai-
kty on the evening of April .20, po
lice said. '.- --;r
They checked Into the Riviera
Hotel and told the clerk they in intended
tended intended to stsy for two days. V
At o.m. on the 27th Blackwood
gave a bellboy a cable to send to
the Ritz Hotel In Hong Kong ask asking
ing asking that their reserved room be
held one mora day.t .'
The couple disappeared soon af
terwards. Portturuese- nonce saia
ttey had'searcbed every corner of I
h. tin olnnv hut without auc
the tinv colony but without sue
cess, todsy they were listed of officially
ficially officially as mising. ..
When a yonrif man maxes a
date with a girl a week or so a a-head
head a-head of time, he should tele
phone her before the date so
that she will know that he has
not forogtten It.
Ii he doesal telephone, a girl
k sere to wonder If, she has a
date er not.
XIBHERIA FRECIADO 1 Street Me; 11 ACENCIAS
Aroeeaieiia Ave. and ii St. O) FARMACIA
m oviwm .au nwu
' FOR SALE: Urgent trip. trip.-'
' trip.-' Piano, household furniture,
living-dining room,' gas stave,-
154 car. Telephone. 3 448. J,
28th Street1 No. 272. From f
' a".m to 7 p.m.'v ,
FOR SALE: Dining room
sat, made by Cewes, $100.00.
- Bamboo set, good quality, $85. -Phose
3-34M ar 3-1477. v
FOR SALE i Gas stove. Tel.
2-5224. - .
FOR SALE: Bedroom Set,
cheap. Calls 52nd. No. 21 Apt
I. f I t
FOR SALE: Bendix auto automatic
matic automatic washer oO cycle. Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights 12-3217.
-FOR SALE; Furniture and
miscellaneous Items, custom
made mahogany bedroom, liv living
ing living room, dining room, porch v
furniture, a few exceptional
pieces, Chinese : chest. Lean- :
' ard Freezer, Bendix washing
machine, Gladiron r Automat
. Ironing Machine,; all M cycles, ;
Tappan gas stove. Call -30M2
or 2-3012. .c-s '.:.$
FOR SALE:, f cubid feet
Frigidaire. Excellent condition
Exterior ust repainted S80.09
union, -wamDoa sa.- rxf
FOR SALS: ; V "Baccarat"
' crystal table set not used, 84
pieces. Can : be seen, Via Po-
rras No. 84,
Penn & Drake
On a comparison -basis, the
Penn and Dr.xe ,-Relays wound
uo in a virtual itand-off.
The Drake winners posted the
best clockings in five of the eight
major relay races, but the Peon
winners wound uo with a 6-4 edge
in the major-individual events.
BDbby ; Morrow, the Olympic
spring, champion starred in the
two-day Drake carnival at Des
Moines, Iowa. He matched Dave
Sime's meet record of 9.4 seconds
ih the 100-yard dash and then an anchored
chored anchored Abilene Christian-to meet
records in tha 440-yard- and 880-
yard relay : events. 'f.N
Greg Bell of indiana university
was named the outstanding ath
lete at the Penn Relays after re
taining his broad jump title and
winning ah invitation 100 yard
dash race.' However. Olympic
champions Charlie Jenkins and
Ron Delaney also sparkled in
leading Villanova ta a relay "tri
ple." f.r---i .?'"-';"
Powered by; Jenkins and ueia
ney, the Wildcats ran off with the
mue. sprint meaiey ana distance
medley relay Championships. Tex Texas
as Texas -won the 440 and 880 at Phila
delphia, equalling two. meet rec
ords, and Manhattan quartets
took the two' mile and four mile
' No world -records -were equalled
or broken during either week-end
carnival -H o w e v e r, tne urase
show- produced 11 meet records
while six major marks were set
at Philadelphia. In addition, .-Mis
souri's -480 yards huttle hurdles
quartet set a new intercollegiate!
record of -58.4 Seconds at ues
Pdtty Berg Cops
Open-by I btroke :
MONTGOMERY, Ala- (UP)
T.ft TIot.4. 4t Cf LJiom Tll
4 a.V A444C, 4f V. WW 4444V44 Tl Of II..,
often looks after younger women
proa between tournaments on tour
but when the chips sre down, the
veteran -campaigner applies re
lentless, pressure' without regard
to age. ...
The: stocky Kiss Berg, one of
wom.enX I011!- ,ve..7?un Wlffi
I smith 01 St. Clair, Mien, a sam
ple Sunday. Patty overcame a
five-stroke deficit to win the Wom
en's Western Open for the sixth
time. She won by a stroke.
Miss Smith, a freshman among
the pros who hadn't been born
when Patty started playing the
game in 1933, m her rival come
up with a 43-foot putt on tha final
hole for an eagle three and a one-over-women's-psr
Miss Berg finished with a total'
of 291 while. Miss Smith, a leader
or co-leader for the erst three1
rounds, blew to an 80 on the last
IS holes for 292.
Louise Suggs of Sea Island, Ga.,
came in third with 72-Z77. Ann
Richardson iof Columbus, Ohm,
amateur, was fourth with 74-299.
Tied for fifth were Betty Dodd,
Louisville, Ky, 82-300, and Bever Beverly
ly Beverly .Hanson, IndL ( Calif 75300.
1VEW YORK (UP) Mickey
Mantle of the Yankees was tossed
out of a major learoe game for
the second time Sunday when be
disputed a third strike in the
third Inning against the Red hox.
Sid Rungs-was the empire who
chased Mantle both times.
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Anthony EdenK a jaunty smile on
his haeeard face, left the hospital
today .for convalescence at a
Th sa.vaarild former j British
.Mm. minietM Q i H ha UTAIllH rPCt
for about a 'week" at the. Henry
U Fierce estate in nearny miiton
before -going to 'Ottawa May 6
where he', and ws nionae wue,
Clarissa.f; wui be guests oituov;
Gen. yin M Massey. i .''.
Wm whw imdprwpnt a. second
intestinal operation April 13 for
removal oi a one -auci ooeiruc-
iinni cruiV. in Mmmiiti hripflv at
Ll41 4 .junv v v
New- England Baptist; Hospital
before driving on in a cnaimereu
limousine. ? t :"tXvi -i
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voyed the Edens to the fashion
able ; suburban estate, renien
through the Pierce executors by
tha' Rritiah rnnsillftta. in -Boston
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crowded the entrance to the small
red brick nospiwr awaiung
VAon'm annaarahre. Inside the
small foyetr staff physiciansnur. physiciansnur.-ses
ses physiciansnur.-ses and hospital attendants stood
in line to snaxe nis, nana. s
WaiiIiu Kojm wnndorfnl 1 1 all
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sopal nurse, Miss Kdiin eremner,
who eslled the, gray-haired diplo diplomat
mat diplomat .'the best patient I -ver
had."" '. v":
Vi' tiia tall flsi'ira' allahtlv
stooped' and his face drewn ; and
.uimH Halicrtited at the
pata, "K1'V P t
reception. He' smiled and bowed
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pital um-pital personnel 'or the "wonderful
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DES MOINES. Iowa w Olympic;
sprint champion Bobby Morrow
anchored Abilene Christian to two
relay marks and matched the 100 100-yard
yard 100-yard record of M to emerf as
the individual hero an" the Drake
Relays. :f r ftf
IQrAutoacadBeajh! ; Rider ; to tri
umph in the soth Tunning of the
$28,800 Excelsior Handicap at Ja
SAN 'MATEO. Calif.-
IWa'. aa 1am AaU at 1
uiUDa aa iviiiuvi, rruih. uia sjiAAa.wv
William P, Kyne Memorial Handi Handicap
cap Handicap at Bay Meadows,
PHILADELPHIA t?eV Bell of
Indiana University was named the
outstanding athlete of the Penn
LONG BEACH. CaM a-" Mexico)
scored its second straight -victory
over the United States In the
World Cup soccer elimination and
Qualified to meet Canada in the
zone- final. .1 :s
UNIVERSITY PARKV Pa. (UP
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John Egli, Penn 'SUte basket- .,
ball coach, will leave May 15 for
guez team in the Puerto Rican ;
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If ,WlTEDl NATIONS, -N.Y., April
3q'(W7 Swedish,. Ambassador
pnntjaa--Vi.tJsrring tported today
his 'mission .had Jailed to find the
keyKo settlement oMhe.mne-year-
old Kashmir "dispute flCfween Jfa
Vitan and India.-
Hesaid 1oth nations expressed
desire to solve the territorial ar
gument": peacefully in-' -cooperation
wila- the united is ations But .could
not agree Jiow to do it7 I '
-Japrmc'suboiitted hisreport to
the Security. Council '.He spent
four weeks jn.v Karachi' nd New
Delhi from- March H to April 11
under Security, gouncjl i orders to
'search': for "anyj proposals which
v;.are likely 'to contribute towards
settlement of-thd dispute,"
, (tie saia ne iounu- nonet,, -'
Jrrine-said he. sug-gested to the
t wo t nation s, th at (th e i a uestion of
whether the-1948? U.N.i directed
cease-fire; had, been observed be
submitted tot arbitration.. 4 t
I .-Pakistan' agreed but India refus
ed he said.
The' United Nations nassed reso-
ij ... . t T i i
j lutions in 1948 and 1949- calling for
t teaseijre in- Kashmir, a former
princely state,4ying -.between India
and.' Pakistan,', followed by free
. rii,.an's view is that the Iirst
part of. the resolutions, the cease
fire, has. been implemented aud it
now is time for the elections.
3ut India insists that Pakistan
committeed aggression agdinst
Kashmir in 1947 and that this
er has been "resolved,'. Jarring
Deep Thinkers J
: AN ANTONIOr Tex.," April 30
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