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i 10ND0N, April 19 (UP) Prim Minister Sir Anthony Eden will reject any to to-called"
called" to-called" Soviet "peace, moves" .that might split the Western alliance, an authoritative
government source said today.
" '-. The Prime Minister plunges today into the first of a series of "little summit con conferences",
ferences", conferences", with the visiting Russians. Alto gether he will meet them seven times across
the conference table. x ' ,
1 The three met last night at an i
informal dinner at the swank
Claridges Hotel which has been
turned Into a plush-lined for fortress
tress fortress Jor the duration of the 10 10-day
day 10-day Soviet visit.
British foreign secretary Sel Sel-wyn
wyn Sel-wyn Lloyd extended the invita invita-tlon
tlon invita-tlon without advance warning
Diplomatic circles said the
Russians seemed anxious to get
formal talks started as soon as
possible ; '.. :
. They already had began their
visit with a spectacular, new,
; "peace offensive" apparently
- designed to influence British
- public opinion and cast Bulea Bulea-nin
nin Bulea-nin and Khrushcher in the
role of peace emissar'es. -.w i.?.-
The British press eased off cn
Its bitter criticism of the tour touring
ing touring Russians and coupled front
page .stories' of the subdued re re-ception
ception re-ception given the Russians with
Panama 'Third. Pciiiion Pba
To Poslnone Elections Denied
-President Ricardo Arias todayi
said he saw no Teason to po po-fh
fh po-fh lcrt-.ions. scheduled for
May 13 and 20, as requested last
nleht durin? a mass meeting
j"4ield by the "Third Position", in
Santa Ana J .aza. :-
--The third position- is c -prised
of mr".brrs of the Frente
patriotlco (IP), rartido Re'u Re'u-ctonario
ctonario Re'u-ctonario Independiente ( .)
nH t.h municinal narty 1... no
vation popular Autentica (RPA),
whose joint efiorts to db reis
" mari m a nntinnal narty hav!
H ' i
been rejected on legal grounds
by tne National tiieouiiu juijr. r
A larjre crowd gathered at
Santa Ana Plaia last msn ;
and heard speeches which
i branded President Arias ten :
- tire of office as illegal in view.
of statements made by tfie Na Na-'tilonal
'tilonal Na-'tilonal Patriotic Co.ittion' vice
i presidential candidate lemis lemis-'
' lemis-' tocles Diaa to the effect that
.the persons realiy resiions-ble
for the assassination of Presl Presl-.
. Presl-. dent Jose A.' Remon have not
. yet been brought to justice, y ;
I Norberto Navarro, leader of
fh prt faction of the Third
Position, ; reauested the jtovern jtovern-.
. jtovern-. ment to postpone the elections,
Mil thu Natu-nal Assembly into
ipecial sessions to reform pres pres-nt
nt pres-nt .lortnrai laas and to name
a new cabinet in which all poli political
tical political factions would 'be reprs-
sented. ;'"'',';' ;.
'.""The speakers pave President
' Arias "until Saturday to act on
the proposals. However, .his
morning the chief executive told
' reporters there being no justifia justifiable
ble justifiable reason, the elections will be
' held as provided by the constl constl-.
. constl-. tntinn and th law on May 13
t Follow ng the meeting a
crowd of some 309 iranhed
lo the Via Esnana re .-nee
of Dias, who seized as R "'ster
ef Agriculture in rrr .lent
Remon's ariminl (ration and,
until he resigned to -" t the
; vice presidential n lion,
occupn-d the same i on In
' President Arias' gov ncnt.
Th Durnose of the i uca was
... tn inviti! niaa to sDeak in Santa
Ana Plaza to the crowd stiu
gathered there. However, Diaz"
family reported that he had gone
to his farm in Cerro AzuL
Diaz, who heads on. of the
factions which formed the Na
tional Patriotic Coalition, has
promised to speak at Santa Ana
Plaza Saturday night to clarify
charges that some of his cw.i
nartv's candidates for the Na
1 at I f j I
l-NirJ 1 ..... aw.
C! 1 .vai.l
Rear Adm. Clarence lee Conner
Atkeson, USN, will assume the tfu-
ties of Commandant of the lih
Naval District eariy in July to suc-
Oceed Rear Adm. Milton E. Miles
the Navy announced here today.
Atkeson, who was graduate
from the U.S. Naval Academy,
t' class of 1922, presently is serving
y in the office of the Naval Insnector!
General. Nav Department. Wash
editorials pointing out the lm-
portance of the high level talks.
British officials said Eden was
firmly resolved not be talked in
to any commitments during his
talks with the Soviets. They said
his aim is to survey all pressing
wona issues and discuss possi
ble means of settling them.
Premier Nikolai Bulganin and
communist party boss Nikita s
Khrushchev received a coldly
formal welcome when they step stepped
ped stepped ashore yesterday frorn a So Soviet
viet Soviet cruiser at Portsmouth and
again cn their arrival la Lon
don.-':. y ; i - -H
' Moscow had paved the way for
tne arrival or. Bulganin and
Krushchev by launching a new
double-barrelled "peace,, ; offen
sive.'' It announced the dissolu dissolution
tion dissolution of the Comlnform, chief, or organ,
gan, organ, of international Communist
subversion, and support for a
United Nations settlement of the
explosive Arab-Israeli dispute.
tional Assembly, for the province
of Chiriqui, are Involved in the
recent embezzlement of .funds
from the chiriqui Bank.
Piat has also $td that the
jT"'--s-s r ""s'.'.'s i t t'-it Re-'-
legality of tat AtUs regime.
Diaz is oppovsed to the "forma "formation
tion "formation of blocs of. National Assem Assembly
bly Assembly candidates. Such blocs have
been enforced in the provinces of
Panama and Chiriqui. They ex
clude candidates oi Diaz lacuon
of the CPN. .
Remon Files Suit
For Slender After
Coup d'Etat Charge
..' t. 'l- x ..A. i -.
Minister of Government and
Justice Alejandro Remon Can Can-tera,
tera, Can-tera, brother of slain President
Jose Remon' Cantera, today
filed an action for slander a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst Norberto Navarro.
Navarro, leader of the poli political
tical political rroup known as the Third
Position, said in a Santa Ana
Plaur spetch last night that
three days after the assassin a a-t'on
t'on a-t'on ef President Remon, the
Remon family proposed a coup
d'etat aaginst then President
Jose Rmon Guizado, with the
hope .of replacing him with a
president they could handle
(Short-time president Guiza Guizado
do Guizado was jailed for complicity in
Remon't assassination, -replaced
by President Ricardo Arias).
: Alejandro Remon today
named his witnesses ,and ask asked
ed asked that Navarro be called .to
provided his allegations, or be
penalized for slander.
500 Local -Rat crs, Families To Take
Orientation Trip Through PanCanal
. Approximately 500 local-rate
employes of the Canal organiza organization
tion organization and their families will have
an opportunity to make an ori
entation trip through tne Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal from Gam boa to Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Saturday, April 28, aboard
the ferryboat President Porras.
Gov. John S. Seybold an
nounced approval of the plan
yesterday afternoon during the
regular conference with repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the local-rate civic
councils held in the Administra Administration
tion Administration Building.
The trip, which was suggested
earlier in a letter to Gov. Sey
bold bv Civic Council represen
tatives, was a major subject of!
general interest to be consider
ed at the conference which was
the final such meeting with the
governor prior to the end of his
term as governor.
:nace aboard 'the Presidente
Porras will be allotted to the
Civic Councils of each of the
seven locai-rate communities
proportioned as to the popuhv
tion of each town..
The empir es, many of whom
made a trip tnrougn
the Fan?"ia Canal, will board
1 the ferry ooat at 1:15 p.m. at
Gamboa and will travel south
Bulganin backed up the new
gestures by calling for peace peaceful
ful peaceful coexistence between East
and West on the two leaders'
arrival by train in London.
Speaking before a microphone
m victoria station, the suave
soviet diplomat said: "Peace Is
the basis of our foreign policy."
i nope pur visit here will con.
tribute to, a relaxation of ten
sion, better mutual understand
ing and better relations," he said.
saia.- f ;
The bearded, arbsne Bulga Bulganin,.
nin,. Bulganin,. the picture of the old
world diplomat, was strictly
the front man today. Khrush.
chev remained in the back-
Within hours of their arrival
tne two Russians went on a two-
hour whirlwind sight seeing
tour, covering Westminster Ab Abbey,
bey, Abbey, Festival Hall, St Paul's Ca.1
thedral and the Tower of Lon
don. '-.'"V, -i
? Both appeared to enfov their
roie as tourists tnoroughiy. They
gaped at the collection of Brit
ain's Crown Jewels in the tower.
as&ea many questions and crack
' Sporadic protest' demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations marked 'their arrival
here. Security precaut tons
were the tightest ever known
n peacetime Britain and no
' serious incidents were re reported.
ported. reported. -"'
Police arrested a French lour-
nallst outside Claridge's Hotel
where th Russians occupy a 59-
room suite covering the whole
second floor. The Journalist was
c! atrd with obstructing rtolire.
T-;e. SOW r-" '!S sUi (.-Jd S
sl. ,9 at To, ;. ,.iouth to -.tre
boomin? of saluting guns. Both
were stiff and formal durintr the
ceremonies and .,; Khrushchev
even looked bored.
A security guard sealed off the
entire dockyard area. Even the
cross-channel ferry was suspend-
It- was a foretast- of the we
cautions In store during; their1
stay and a reflection of British
fears of in assassination at
tempt,';'"- ':: ..-.. f
Bulganin inspected a Rcyal
Navy iruard of honor and then
with Khrushchev was driven to
the railroad station for the trip
to London. ...
Guards were posted at every
station, bridge and crossing a a-lonr
lonr a-lonr the 76-mile route. All
track working parties were or ordered
dered ordered to clear the rails long
before the special train passed.
A security rln? sealed off the
plabforrrt in Victoria Station but
mingled boos and cheers from
crowds held back bv police bar barriers
riers barriers reverberated through the
Eden welcome the two Soviet
leaders at the station with a
brief speech in which he said he
was looking forward to the talks
"on many matters concerning
Anglo-Soviet relations and the
oeace and prosperity pf the
world." : '
- "This Is the first occasion that
Soviet leaders have paid a visit
here," Eden added.
"May I express the hope that
this will be able to Improve re relations
lations relations between our countries
and peoples." V
bound through Pedro Miguel
and Miraflores Locks to uaiooa.
During the trip, the highlights
of the Canal and the operation
of the locks will be described
over the special loudspeaker sys system.
tem. system. Arrangements also have been
made to have the arrival and
departure times of the ferry co coincide
incide coincide with the arrival and de departure
parture departure schedules of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Railroad.
' a discussion followed of the
problem faced bv Canal Zone
residents who may possibly
move from a 25-cjce areo to
communities having S0-cycl4
For the assistance Of those
residents, a conversion program
procedure outline was distribut distributed
ed distributed to Civic Council representa representatives.
tives. representatives. The outline advised resi residents
dents residents of the procedure for mak
ing arrangements for the lnven
tory of electrical equipment with
the contractor "as soon as a
change in housing assignment is
Also discussed yesterday was
the indiscriminate use of public
telephone in Service Centers
over which a number of false
alarm fire calls have been made
Suffers Loss ;
MONACO. Aoril 19 (UP)
Robbers stalking during the wed
ding celebrations of prince Rai Rainier
nier Rainier III and Grace Kelly stole
paintings worth $100,000 from
the home of a wealthy doctor m
Monte jCarlo, It was disclosed to
dav. -' r-
Monaco police once more chose
to be as silent as they were on
thefts of some $60,000 in jewels
from wedding guests at the Hotel
de Parts. --,
But informed sources dlsclos
ed the art loss, and the victim's
wife declined today, to deny ii -The
theft apparently occurred
yesterday the day that all
Monegasques were invited to the
palace to meet the new trrlncess.
, The paintings were tne pro
pertv of Dr. Seree Mikhailoa, a
Thieves entered his home at
Ii Boulevard des Moulins in the
middle of Monte Carlo and cart carted
ed carted away several clotures, worth
in estimated S5.000.000 francs
(about $100,000). Some renorts
w five, nlctures were taken.
Thev Included at 1 e a t pne
Reubens and a Vn Dclt. The
leubens was a self -Portrait re resorted
sorted resorted to be worth $20,000.
Wli.,.. la . a
' 1 y-iHTMANr r.'ilar i"Apr. U
(LP) Eartender George Gri.
maldi said today he might have
tried to stop the prince Rainier Rainier-Grace
Grace Rainier-Grace Kelly -wedding if he had
But his name was not on the
guest list because his branch of
the ancient Grimaldi family and
Ralnler's branch have been feud
ing for centuries.
George t Grimaldi Is the pre pretender
tender pretender to the Monacan throne.
Hlg family tradition says Rainier
is a usurper. The cattle aeveiuy aeveiuy-H
H aeveiuy-H in the 18th renturv.
Bartender Gr i m a 1 d i, who
claims the title of marquis, said
the marriage of the prince and
Miss Kelly cuts away one more
chance of his gaining the throne.
One of his hopes was that
Rainier would have no children
and that Monegasques would
turn to him to take over and
keep their country from becom
ing part of France under )
treatv -. .., v
"Now, of course, that chance
Is -on it way out." .orimaioi
But he added that he bears no
grudge against Miss Keiiy.
Shots Released v
WASHTNOTON'ADril 19 (UP)
-The, Public Health Service to today
day today reported the release of 103, 103,-089
089 103,-089 shots of salk polio vaccine
nroduced bv the Pitman-Moore
Co. A total of 47,126,829 shots
now have been released.
bpth ,to the fire stations and the
The eovernor warned that
such a practice was a danger to
every member of the community
and he advised that efforts
should be made to educate all
residents of this danger and as assist
sist assist the authorities to-appre
hend such nersons. :
, Other matters brought before
the conference Included the re
port of the clean-uo campaign
initiated by the Rainbow City
Civic Council in that community
which the governor said was
credit to the leadership of the
Civic Councils;, the completion
Wednesday of a flag pole erect erected
ed erected at the Paralso a vie Center;
the extension from two to four
hours of the time allowed env
ployes going to the hospital to
donate blood; and the repairs
effected this month on the
parking lot adjacent to the Mt,
wDurlntf the meetirfe. the eov
ernor thanked the Civic Council
representatives for their coope cooperation
ration cooperation in solving many civic
problems and for their work in
making his. monthly meetings
with Civic Council .representa
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Tc!.i 7h:l Pcnli
To D:i And Vhsn
MONACO. Anril 19 (UP)
Hotelman Conrad Hilton, Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's personal re
presentative at tne prince tiai-nler-Grace
Kelly wedding,, re revealed
vealed revealed that he came to Monaco
with a letter from the President
and a note from the State De Department
partment Department telling him what trou trousers
sers trousers to wear and when.
Hilton seemed slightly unsure
as to why be was chosen to con convey
vey convey the President's best wishes.
"All. I know Is that former
Senator Fred Seaton called me
from Washington and asked me
if I would go If the President
chose me," Hilton said.
"I know Grace," Hilton mused,
"and I may have met the
Prince.',' : ; .' ;
The hotelman' said his letter
from the President is very short
and says merely that he is the
oiiiciai representative oi tne
President oi the United States.
Fingering the other official
document, Hilton added i "l have
been given a short note by the
State Department telling me
what pants to wear on which
occaslon.,;V ;.J-. r.
ALGIERS,, April 11 (UP V-Two
pedestrians were killed and four
were wounded in a wiid gun battle
between extremists and French po
lire in (' --'ratine t-day.
La...ir, toi.ie rr, auJ nine
murders by extremists snJ 37 in insurgents
surgents insurgents killed by French troops
in a series of separate skirmishes
throughout this troubled North A A-fri'sm
fri'sm A-fri'sm land. '..-i.V
The six victims of tod it's-shoot
ing m Constantine were Moslem
Algerians. Police said they p-
parently were felled by rebel bul bullets
lets bullets because the fleeing attackers
were firing recklessly to cover
their retreat through the crowded
.,-.,(,,y,'" j ; L i
The srmy said a small French
observation plane was hit and da damaged
maged damaged .by rebel fire while guiding
troops who were pursuing group
of insurgents sear Tebessa, in the
troubled Constantine department.
Twenty members of the 80 mem
ber rebel band were liiiea, tney
ail! i ; i -... .;, ',.;...-
Army commanders also said the
Arab population was becoming so
weary that a growing number of
viliacM snontaneouslv asked for
rm tn defend themselves.
In another action, French troops
Arnv into the mountains of cen
tral Algeria in pursuit of gueril guerilla
la guerilla who murdered sia French
soldiers and four Arabs and kid
naped 20 other natives yesterday.
C:s$ C:rn$ IISIfs
NEW YORK, April 19 .(UP)
Bess Truman has had uie usi
word on at least one occasion in
a discussion with former president)
Harry S. Truman, their daughter
disclosed, today, v-
Margaret 'Truman, to her serial
ized memoirs, said last uinsimas
her father entered tne living rwm
in the Truman's Independence,
Mo., home and found his wife burn-
lattiu-a in thn tiremace. T
"What are you doing, Bess?,
Mr. Truman asked.
"I'm hurnlnff VOUr letters M
me," she replied.
...'- . ' ? ...
"Bess!" the- former President
said. "You oughtnt to do that:" -"Whv
not?" she said. Tve read
"But thinK oi mswryi wr. iru-i
man pleaded. ,.
"I havey Mrs.-Truman replied.
First Aid Course
To Begin Monday
At Paraiso School
A Civil Defense first aid course
for all residents of Paralso will
start at 7:30 p.m- Monday at the
Th ennrse consists Of Six tWO-
hour classes, conducted by first
aid instructor wmiam tu uor-
Residents wishing to parUcl-i
nate are requested to report at
(e!Iv-flainier Ship Pulls
'MOfiACOiyAprd:J9'XVPimdfvil-: Grace 5 Kelly arid a nertouti
Prince Rainier III became man and. wife in the eyes of the Roman Cath
olic Church as tcell as the civil law today.
' ? A few hours later, they left their pink pedace
a lazy Mediterranean cruise on a white yacht banked with flowers; n.
Prince Gets Offer
To Rule As King
By faking Island
BEVERLY. HILLS, Calif A
pril 19 (UP) u. Prince Rainier and
his newly crowqed P r i n c e s sJ
brace Keur. ca rule as kins ana
queen if he accepts an island in
the American hemispnre as a
weddin present ? ;
- The offer .was cabled yesterday
to the Prince by Count Alexis
Pantaleom ; and Guido Orlando
They said they were spokesmen
in puu.iig ovci lue auiiexauua oi
the island W Monaco.; ?
The spokesman did not disclose
location of the island or its size
pending some indication from
rnnce uainier tnat ne was mier mier-ested
ested mier-ested in. becomine a king. They
said the proposal calls for leasing
the island and men starting a v
million development ol 'it as part
Pantaleoni. i wno laentuica mm-
self as a member of a prominent
Rome family, said the conditions
imposed by the group was mai
Monaco annex the island then
through constitutional changes be
come a monarcny, mus maaiog
Rainier a king and his bride a
queen. . v. jaj,
He descnoea tne tsiana as sev
eral times larger than Monaco
and would add considerable land
to the present state if it were an annexed.
nexed. annexed. Orlando said he is an as associate
sociate associate of the syndicate w h i e h
would finance the development of
the island. .j
MGM Press Agents Gleeful As Kelly
Picture The Swan Rolls In Bucks
HOLLYWOOD, April 19 (TJP)-
Qrace KeUy's civil wedding m
Monu-n vesterdav hroueht exclt-
ert tmtlea tn her friends at MGM
but the boys in the publicity and
advertising oeDaruneni. win
downright rubbing their hands
in glee. , v v.,
. .. .. -
To them the wedding was the
frentest natural nromotlon in
Hollywood motion picture histo
ry a built-in, ready made press
agent's dream.-' ,.,....,,v;'.!...J.;.,
By sheer1 coincidence and
magnificent luck, Grace play played
ed played a princess in one of her last
victuret. "The Swan."
Tndftv not bv coincidence
that picture openea in v me
Rtr across the country.
The film was made before
Grace even was courted by the
prince last fall. When sne curtsied-fluttered
her regal fan and
nnV French in the nicture she
had no inKnng sne soon wuuiu
be doing the same as a princess
in real fife. ; v
"The Swan" naa oeen set ior
an April or May release. Then
one day the blonde star an announced
nounced announced aha would marry a
prince in real lire. Alter we
shock wore on, me puoucuy ana
ad men looked ai eacn otner.
HaoDy. radiant ; amues oatneo
their faces. ?
The opening for the picture
quickly was set for April i& ex except
cept except for 12 cities, including
nrace'a home town of Philadel
phia, where ; it was premiered
last week. A fancy promotional
campaign for the picture was
. insteaa, ans appearco i
week in newspapers that merely
' Grace Wept at one point in the colorful religious cert-,
mony; and the bashful prince had to have help in getting
the wedding band on his bride's finger.
But, after a buffet dinner and the traditional cutting
of the wedding cake iri the palace gardens in the after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, they finally slipped away on their honeymoon.
When they deported from the throngs of well-wishers,
family and friends at 5:05 p.m., both were wreathed in
The daughter of a Phlladel-i
phla, Pa., millionaire and the
ruler or ui imv Drincicaiity ui
Monaco were in gay spirits
throughout the reception.
' At the church wedding in the
gracious confines of St Nicho
las .Cathedral, they exchanged
the vows of the sacrament of
holv matrimony and then at
tended a nuptial mass to start
their marriage on its way with
Dot's r--1 ..'
. They v ere nervous, excited
and su .ewhat overwhelmed as
they wont through the ancient
ceremonies, prescribed by the
Church of Rome. i ;
Tears of emotion traced the
American girl's cheeks and she
had to help her husband press
the wedding ring over her knuc
But they had with: them the
best wishes of their friends and
the special blessings of : Pope
Pius XII," supreme pontiff of the
catnouc cnurcn, ;
Latere the wedding tears turn
ed to honeymoon smiles.
At the reception, they acted
like any other young married
couple who were happy and in
Grace arranged chairs and ta
bles, Joked with the guests and
played the role of bubbling host hostess.
ess. hostess. Rainier, like any new bride bridegroom,
groom, bridegroom, walked to the buffet and
filled a plate for his wife. Then
' April IS
The love story of a princess
The "wed" allegedly stood for
"Wednesday,"- But .the period
sigruiicanuy was missing.
Last Sunday full-page ads for
xne ewan" appeared in the
Yesterday the film onened
with more ids of regal Grace
and the same catch line,
"The love story of a prlneess."
it was an even bigger pub'
licity break than when lngrid
Bergman and Roberto Rossel Rossel-lini
lini Rossel-lini romanced during filming
of "Stromboli" on the island of
the same name.
All the MGM nress agents
have to do now is sit back and
watch the dollars roll In at the
boxoffice. The first 12 nnenlnes
aireaay are nomovers and lines
of women are reported outside
Grace didn't m nd that her
movie onened on her wedriinv
day, studio sources said. But she
asked that the ballyhoo be kept
in gooa wsie.
The studio ordered nni nm
palgn to be dignified and sub subtle,"
tle," subtle," one ad man said. "But we
were suckers if we didnt take
some advantage of the wedding
wny. tma la a press agent's
They cut just one slice of the
cake, then stepped down and
let. the chef take over. The
crowd rushed forward for
share, and Grace and her prince
were almost swamped. : -Then,
Just before 3 p.m
Rainier took his bride by he
hand and led her back under
the stairs Into the palace.
(Continued on page 6, col. S)
on their honeymoon ',-
he went back and got one for
When thev cut the Riant wed
dins cake, they did it with an
ordinary knife not a sword,.
: Who's What
NEW YORK, April 19-(CP
Variety, the entertainment
trade newspaper, pr'nted the
following wedding announce-1
. Grace Kelly to Prince R.'i R.'i-ler
ler R.'i-ler III, April 18-19. Monaco.
Bride is film start groom non non-pro.
Pilcfs Sc-!iTo Add
25 More i!:s:s h
5c!l k;h Ct::l
A motion to add 25 names
76 Canal pilots already listed in
a 52,825,ouo suit against tne Pan
ama canal Co. was made toaay
by one of the pilots' attorney
(Charles Ramirez) In U& Dis
trict Court at Ancon. -s
The suit, filed July 1. 1954
asks for basic pay, overtime, hoi-,
iday,' night differential and
travel time Dav which the nllots
allege were due them since July
An amendment to the origin'
ai complaint, which Ramirez fil filed
ed filed on Feb. 24, upped the amount
for each pilot from $7,250 to
No disposition was made to
day on the motion to swell the
total of plaintiffs to over 100,
pending the filing of briefs -1
support of the -position of each
uwignt McKaoney of the Ca Canal's
nal's Canal's legal office was present In
court today representing the
The date set for the taking of
proofs is June lft.
Philippines Give r
Nod To Nomination
Of US Ambassador
MANILA: April 19 fUP)- The
Philippine government will agree
tomorrow to the nomination of A
oert Nufer as the new United
States Ambassador to the Philip
pines, Vice President Carlos P.
Garcia, said today.
The' U. S. Government recently
named Nufer to succeed former
Ambassador Homer Ferguson who
is now a judge 'of the U. S. Court
of Military Appeals.
Nufer. a career diplomat, is Am
bassador to Argentina. v
Regular TV transmissions
are to start May 6, it was
Test pattern transmissions
The program schedule, m-
eluding most top Stateside
shows, is to be released to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, r'f
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THE MAIL BOX
a fpw tea I read a.
also had a baby here, like the unsatisfied Navy mother. Now
I am going to have another baby and thank God I'll be In the
fetatcs. 7 ; v-i a - - r .
i've, never ieen such i6or OS. care aa the, one we get at
the Coco Bolo Dispensary. They treat you like you. were, there
lor charity and they were a welfare committee. .,
'irue we don't pay, but our husbands pay by serving; their
country in all parts of the world.
What really gets me is this change from the dispensary to
Coco Solo Hospital. What a mess. For eight months one doc doctor
tor doctor says do one thing and all of a sudden you're going to the
"I'll v.Z .Za thPir ioptnrs change yur diet, medicine
' a LTOtotak? By the Ume your baby is due you think jou've
' Let all toedMtors lottie U.S Navy and Panama. jVhat a sur-
. J ;"! tTau8Vat the last minute it's a complete stranger who
i 1 I uctBUO "L ...'ii rokoh nnpr.Mt or meet him
j i avers your bbj, wa jru
It means a lot to an expectant notfacMo trust aad h w
ont".ence in her doctor and in nine months of OB care ahe--!
him aTher best friend. She has no fears. She knows
: "atfahead for her. At Coco Solo WgiW
- it nervous wreck. I'm happy to be going xo a gooa ava
: .cspital to have- my next baby. ? v y f tj.S. Bound; p
same thin. aga Jg-"JJ SS? station tiln
the batter. '.nnouncements. they should do
If they want te- wug these J"A not"WhUe there Is
io, during their lousy jOTg&eto pake a
a tense W;tM trr K, service. And the
JSXSSSA ar. low.. They should
Usten to CFN.
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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
. ua uord, onTexasby a "Stupid Proud Texan
r iar oaca wi---t
t but can' remember we had a
1 ... i ....... onv'.Unn
And I remember no '-""r'fn, united States su su-on
on su-on of them got pushed up to a e" l"n Jay Oould and
Sm. CourAna S W rUpad Unes
' '-. Vftrlt
I rememper eu j -.Viatei years I remerriber a coupie
:as away from us. .And I W W?hima that boasted only
of stupid kios iron ""
' -. a as 11 tt 1 a nuii
T . a
l uotury ana me "r.l.,j r0y.Mpr ? j.
ana rni .Tmfl
They helpedthat stupW
tever raluoad he wanted
ernment. V .-i
I . You can find some oj
, j and they sure can
t And they iijiw
chicaco and other cities rows""-
cmcago miQ ui u.rfnin,, thu same for Panama.
. v.. kitrhlvanbitiar riviliaii employes of the
Jr ion7 leeved shirts, starched collar, and tie.-m
n T 1 have'evel! notiied a coupl. of Milquetoasts Wear,
rfntv ..'-!: .:. ;- '-.5-A'!'' .' ;. :
oracr, 10 1
...j . . m Inna H,,n MII1U1. BlMWvw
-ndeohom othei '.i;
St rrMvrest othrvice.
mill foUow, nd eventually maybe ( even Panama Canal might
condescend to- It. ' vL'
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TNO EASTER" BUNNY HE This Is a -JACKALOPE--a Jack.
'I rabbit with horps ltUled west of Hutchinson, Kan., according to
! Ed Hays. But he says it with his tongue In his cheek. It was
Just a plain o)' bald rabbit until Hays killed him, had him stuffed,
and added thdeer horns. He made It as an answer to-all the
tales of hdrned rabbits recently being told locally around Hutch Hutch-'
' Hutch-' lnson. "They do it this way in Wyoming,"; he .commented.
"(f wricw pass, me.
roUKIvfU. v im
ae tMsetfea II Jeesat imn ss
very Interesting letter. 1 have
- GI Ball Fan ;
,tUDid Postmaster uenn
iedthe only one on
..,: tunW Texan junow,
T tried to take eTeW.lawyer in
tried IO WAO
I t vjow.can boast of: Murcm-
jmanciers. f f r-..
Vnwbov Young snatch comroj
cowboy Young snatcn conuoj
cowDoy ti lled tttt ,ftnd
but was no fronv the
.Jo -in :tr'n 'tinp vmi co
3fii ak are responsible
This eolnma has beea prepr
ed by Victor Riesel't (tail fol fol-kowing
kowing fol-kowing a bedside csnfereace witk
the strickea coJamBist)
- Did the -attack on Victor Riesel
spring from the underworld-Com-munist.
combine on, the eastern
For here, undisturbed and un unnamed
named unnamed by law enforcement agen agencies,
cies, agencies, some of the toughest mob
characters are daily working
close cahoots with some of the
most trusted and highly trained
agents of the pro-Soviet apparatus
in tne country.
That they are playing footsies
has been known to readers of In
side Labor for many months. Here,
for the first time, the activities ofr
one Irving A'elson were pinpointed.
Veison, who once operated an im
portant vommunist propaganda
committee .which specialized in
touring American trade unionists
through Iron Curtain countries,
has been assigned to work on the
east coast docks by Harry Bridges,
on whose payroll Veison appears
as a "representative."
.Joining Veison in public appear appearances
ances appearances in recent months has been
another pro-Sovieteer by the name
of Jeff Kibre.
Both met rezularly with some of::
the roughest and toughest hood&i
on the docks. Veison fratenuzeui
openly and worked publicly with ;
leaders of the Independent Inter
national Longshoremen s Assn.
and was reported even to have
had a desk in the union's office
unul its president, heavy-hand
ed. heavy-hipped Bill Bt a d i e y.
Just "happened": to leant after a
long interval that Veison was what
he is and suddenly asked him
to leave. Veison may be out of
the office how, but he is sou in
regular and close contact with the
Bridges is frantically trying to
effect a mereer with the ila,
which was expelled from the AFL
for being racketeer-controlled, in
recent weeks, be and his secretary-treasurer,
v Louis Goldblatt,
have had a series of conferences
on the west coast with an impor important
tant important leader of the Teamsters Un
ion. In one session tbey tried
to get Teamo sanction for an al
liance with the ILA. In another
session they discussed (be ques question
tion question of a marine division of the
Teamsters which eventually would
include the ILA and the pro-So
viet Longshoremen s and ware
housemen's Union. I .'
A. recent issue of the d i 1-
patcher. official organ of t h e
Bridges union, splashed across the
front page a three-column picture
showing Bradley, Gleason and
Connelly of the ILA together with
Bridges and Goldblatt. 1 is pan
of the new "peaches and cream
era between the noods ana me
oro-Commies. i t
in the aait two weeks tne nro-
Commie apparatus 'also turned up
with an official list of an tne
ILA shoD stewards in this area a
Srecise ust an onviousiy oniciai
st. How it happened to .get into
tneir bands 18,-ot course, a mys
terv,' Or ia? it?:' v.
What did the Bridges boys do
with it? They immediately flood flooded
ed flooded the mails with envelopes con
taining three copies each of the
issue of The Dispatcher featur featuring,
ing, featuring, the picture of Bridges and the
ILA chiefs. v-
The Seafarers International Un Union,
ion, Union, whose leader, Paul HaU, has
been battling the waterfront
mobs, for years, has uncovered ad additional
ditional additional evidence to prove that the
Bridges .crowd and the ILA are
working closely in this new inva invasion
sion invasion of the Port of New York
The Senate Internal Security has
had the evidence for many months.
Despite .this, however.' not a sm
ile, congressional investigation
as been launched.'
Victor Riesel has been told that
the committee is still "accumu "accumulating
lating "accumulating evidence", but there has
been no- evidence of any staff in
vestigator in the field and there
is hot the slightest nini ot any
forthcoming probe. , ,.
Whviths bundersr it
If Senator James : Eastland
doem't want td designate mem
bers of his committee to. n 0 1 a
hearines on this latest menace.
why doesn't the committee iUelf
do so. There are nine good men
and true on this Senate committee.
While it would be better to have
several of them in on a hearing,
only one is actually needed to get
tt under way. ,
wny tne sueucer irny um uv-
of this issuer. u mere is a
TV show to. be beamed, senators
are available. Call a junket to Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, and they tripover one an-
nthar tn act nn tne I'SI .
But ask for a probe of a vital
area of the nation where tne twin
vil hf crooks and Communists
work in cahoots with powerful po political,
litical, political, nratection covering them
and you get dead silence ". f
Hfiw manv more crusading col
umnists must be blinded with acid
before our legislators open their
eyes to the danger?
, i i
rASAMA AMEKICAN AS JSD
sT I iwrsaiii am aj 1 1 1 m l'lr- 1 '& t
Things sure have been mixed up!
around here lately. Hard to keep
em straigntenea out.
r or instance, if you re not care-.
ful, you may get the impression
it's Grace Kelly and the Prince
of Monaco who an being sent
on a Mediterranean good will mis'
sion by the United Nations to see
if they can't bring love to the
Arabs and Israelis. -s ,.: .-!;
, (Must be something wrong with
this some place, but that's the
way it comes out here.)
On their way back,, no doubt.
Mr. and Mrs. Monaco will stop
tt : J ..... . J Ik.:.
charms on the Creeks and Brit-,
ish, to make them love one an-
(Maybe Their Royal Highnesses
are being confused with somebody
else. Oh yes. That's it. It goes
like this:) J
U.N., Secretary v General C Dag
Hsmmarskjold is being flown to;
the Middle East to build the
Aswan Dam aU by himselL a mtiuon oouars a day just to
(If there is anything wrong withlstore them.
that statement it will have to be I To correct, this situation, Con Con-admitted
admitted Con-admitted that building the Aswan gress proposes raising farm
Dam all by himself won't be any
harder for Dag than trying to
brag peace to raiesune.au by
himself, let's try again.) 1
Walter Winchell In
THE BROADWAY LINE :
- Sammy Davis, Jr. (frightened
by : mysterious internal agony),
was sure he couldn't go on in
"Mr-.' Wonderful" the other night
Almost up to curtain-time the cast
thought there'd be no show. There
couldn't be a 2nd Act without him
The other matinee we ran a
quote by the star: That he'd be
the "first Negro- to win an Aca Academy
demy Academy Award" .The mail is abun
dant with reminders that Hattie
McDaniel was the first For her
performance in "Gone With the
Wind" . .The statue of George
M. Cohan will be erected at 43rd
and Broadway. Where the Recurit-
ing depot is located. Almost a pened One Night" (orginally titled(sing!" v .Nancy Walker's splif splif-stone's
stone's splif-stone's throw from the playhouse, "Night Bus"), -is now called "Youi Heated episode in "Fallen Angels"
that once wore his name-proudly
,T. Bankhead's contract with
the "Ziegfeld Follies" forbids thea
ter parties sponsored by charitable
organizations. The most unrespon unresponsive
sive unresponsive audiences of all. .The Mad.
Sq. Garden picketing hasn't stopped
Circus ticket sales. The advance
sale is over 800,000.
What is a Star? Ray Bolger at!
the Waldorf. He makes The Old
Soft Shoe a genuine art. .Good
notices aren't always money-in-the
. bank. "Saint of Bleecker
Street': (it won the Pulitzer medalj how to deal," was the only laugh
for music in '55) lost $123,000. .Ion teevee's "Stage Show"" last
Six pablicirts plant all those men mentions
tions mentions and photos of Jayne Mans
field in the gazettes and mags.
"Marty." says a newsmag. was,
produced because the owners need-!
ed a flop to write Off "as a tax!
loss' -i .Katharine Cornell wres
tled with the decision about in
vading television for 3 years. .
Grace Kelly's 8 bridesmaids were
presented with brooches. Rubies
and diamonds. Monaco's national
colors: Red and white. .After the
dress rehearsal ot a new show
(at an off-Broadway theater) the
male star appealed to Equity for
consent to quit
You'd never guess Cecil B..De-i
Mille's idea of Hollywood's Sex
iest actress. Not Marilyn Monroe
or Kim Novak & Co. His choice
is Shirley Macaine. .If you ean't
get tickets to "My Fair Lady,"
try the Runyon Fund box-office.
PLaza 9-5370. .The next best
thing to witnessing that hit is buy buying
ing buying the album of the score. Runs
almost an hour. .Lowe u 'i nomas
triumphed again' with his blest
Clneramagic. Time s capsule com
ments about Mario Lanza: ."Hei
looks like a colossal ravioli set
on toothpicks" .Ironic coinci-
17 END EXT DAILY KIT!TEFAri3
By PETER EDSON
In line with his own efforts to
furuier world peace, president
Ewennower has just sent Con-
gress new request iw anoiner
-au ouiion louars 10 ouua
more intercontinental bombers
ano guided missiles.
mis is obviously intended to ting the example set by Congress
convince the U.N. Disarmament' or vice versa, has gone to Au Au-Conference,
Conference, Au-Conference, now' in session in I gusta,r Ga.,' ot catch up on his
Lonoon, that the U.S. means busi- study of the controversial school
ness aoout wanung ra cut arma-
(Or does It?)
Since Congress was so far be-
ainu u iu wors una year, u toos
a ten-day vacation at Easter time
lA notH 'l 1 K i a wn n .. (n.
country an example. If you want
to get anead m una world, always
take plenty of vacations.
(Ask your six-year-old what's
wrong with that sentence.)
t'i'irst business Congress took up
on return from its. rest cure was
how nas mne bluion dollars worth
of surplus crops and u ipenoiagl
price Support levels so that bigger
surpluses csn be gown to put in!
storage, at a cost of hundreds of
dence: A new soft-covered mys mystery
tery mystery book to hit the book stores
this week is named: "The Case
of the Acid Thrower", .'. .Mrs.
Ralph J. Hines gave a dinner
party (for six) in her apt. She
hired Vicente Escudero to do one
number from bis Persian Room
actwPaid him $1,000.
' Judy Garland's teevee program
last week was created and staged
by Richard Avedon. He had never
been in a TV studio untu rehearsals
started. .Then there's another
impresario invading the Summer:
stock competition in new London,
Conn, at the Groton, Theatre- The
mastermind is is..-. .The musical
version of the hit movie, "It Hap-
i Can't Run Away From It"
Rowan 4 Martin, one of the fun
niest acta in show-husiness, had a
one-night stand booked (in the Cat-
skills) when we caught their act
last Winter in Miami Beach. They,
telegraph: "Following your men mention
tion mention we are booked solid for the
first time. After Buffalo, Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, New Orleans, Lake Tahoe and
Reno we have 4 weeks at the
Sands. Vegas. Thanks" . .The
line : from here: : "Miss Kelly is
getting instructions on becoming a
Princess. They are teaching her
Noel Harrison, the British skier
in the Olvmnics: is the 22-year-old
son of the "Fair Lady" star, Rex
Harrison. .Tunes to enjoy: Bar
bara Lee's songs in her album,
"A Woman in Love" . .Things
that make you wince: The dullo dullo-dramas
dramas dullo-dramas made abroad by Ingrid
Bergman currently shown on tee teevee.
vee. teevee. The script-wrecked films al almost
most almost make a beautiful woman
seem boring. .Gregory Peck can cannot
not cannot afford to lay off. His alimony
bill almost matches the salary of
the President of the U. S. . .Near .Nearly
ly .Nearly 1 170.000 ner annum. 'Chalk
Garden" actress Siobhan McKen-
na's son has an odd first-name,
too: Donnacha .48th Street is
now a cemetery for theatres. The
President Theatre will be torn
down. The Vanderbilt became a
garage earlier in the season. . Sal
Mineo, the 17-year-old acting ex expert
pert expert (he is getting a buildup in the
mags and on the networks), is no
newcomer. He was in a Broadway
show 6 years ago.
Think you have problems? Take
Dick Powell. who is so rich youi
wonder why he works. His teevee
(The funny part of tt Is that
though this sounds completely
crazy, that s the way it actually
is, No wonder things tend to get
confused and come out wrong on
the typewriter. For instance:)
. President Eisenhower emula-
This is no doubt a continuation
of his earlier studies of the civU
rights issue, made at Secretary
ot tne iTeasury. Humphrey's
Georgia plantation, In late Febru
(No, no, no. That's not right,
either. Try again:) ....
' President Eisenhower has gone
to Augusta, Ga.to try to balance
the budget. 1
WelL if it isn't that, and if it's
not to shoot quail, and if the in
creased farm bill and military
'expenditures make it impossible
to trim the budget, why then the
President must have gone to
Augusta to trim his golf score and
bit personal figure.
The President returned to
.Washington in time to open the
baseball season. That's important
program spot is being given to
another show; His sponsor renewed
and the ratings have been over 30
but the network dispossesses it. .
The irony of the Nat (King) Cole
story: He just completed a .tour
half-way around the world with
audiences everywhere mad about
his song-styling. Then he plays his
home State to suffer his first heart
ache. .The Dept. of State should
start a Radio Free Alabama.
Elaine Malbin broke down and ac-
i tually wept all through the Recan
tation Aria in the "Joan of Arc
program. Carried away by its emo
tional impact. .The Detroit critics
cave sugary notices to Harry Bei-
afonte's new show. "Sing, Man,
Ju one of Broadway's hilarious
!hirhcnnf Nwrl audiences
can get very infantile. They are
heckling1 the Grsce KeQy sailing
Josh Logan, directing Marilyn
Monroe in "Bus Stop, is mad
about her. "She is a very able
actress." he ? said. "But a very
frightened little girl". .20th Century-Fox
brass shrug off the talk
that .. her new Brains uept. aoes
all her- thinking and planning,
"Thev merely nod in agreement
one told us. "She is no dope,. She
knows what she wants and she
plans all of the demands.'V You'll
enjoy the way Lena Horne toys
with the song. "What's Right For
You" .' .The "Picnic" fum got
Kim Novak a wage-tilt from $250
a week tn $1500 . .She's still un
derpaid. .Anna Magnani's self-
rritinue? "I no 'Hollywood star.
Look my figure. Look my face.
No young. No pretty, uniy lire
. .Anna is also lucky. Her Aca Academy
demy Academy medal came from 4The Rose
Tattoo," a Broadway flop, i .The
Elot of the movie named "Hot
lood": Jane Russell has to force
a man to marry her. Hal
Ethel Barrymore, 76, refuses to
live in the past She has never
saved a clipping or kept a scrap-
book. "Why." she .hsks. "clutter
up the house with a lot of dead
history?" k b .sneuey winters ex
plains her devotion to tne tnea
tre: "In Hollywood you must al
wavs be glamorous. But this play
("Hatful of Jtain") is wonderful.
I dont even wear a girdle!"
The advance word on John 'Hus
ton's fUm, "Moby Dick," is excit exciting.
ing. exciting. Director George Stevens calls
it: "The finest I have ever seen."
(Continued on Page ?) '
WASHINGTON V One of the
queerest political alliances in the
U.S.A. is now operating between
Dixiecrat Sen. James Eastland of
MississiDDi and the Eisenhower
administration. It's an alliance by
which Eastland ladies out most
of the Eisenhower postmasterships
and other jobs h Mississippi.
This unique alliance has caused
considerable resentment among
Republican t Negroes, partly be
cause of the extreme racial views
of Senator Eastland, partly be
cause it .by-passes uur negro
politicians. In past Republican ad administrations,'
ministrations,' administrations,' Mississippi patron patronage
age patronage was always handled by Perry
Howard, long-time Republican na
tional committeeman for AUssu AUssu-sippi,
sippi, AUssu-sippi, and a Negro. .,;
Howard, when- questioned,
confirmed the fact that Republi Republican
can Republican patronage was being handled
by. Senator Eastland with the as
sistance of t. U. spncer oi jaca
Stiencer. a ; lifelong Democrat,
shifted over to the Republican par
ty onlv this year. He is the owner
of the Walthall Hotel in Jackson
which is headquarters for tne
White Citizens Council. ,
GOP' Cbavman Leu mil, dis
turbed by reports that Spencer
was active in the White Chixens
Council and fearful that the Re
publican party would get smeared
as a result, wrote Spencer for the
facts. Spencer replied that he was
not a member, that the council
merely had its headquarters in
Everyone knows, of course,
commented National Committee Committeeman
man Committeeman Howard, "that Spencer is a
member. This ts the largest White
Citizens Council in the entire
South, and Spencer is quite active.
"Snenccr has come up nere to
visit at the' White House and has
been estertained by Attorney Gen General
eral General Brownell,"; Howard ndded.
Note 1 Spencer's fnenosnip
with Brownell results from the
fact that the attorney general, be before
fore before entering the Justice Depart
ment, was- attorney for tne Amer American
ican American Hotel Owners Association:
Note 2 Headquarters of the
White Citizens Council" have been
in Room 203 of the Walthall Horei
which alsohas been" tfie private
office of E. O. Spencer. ',
Neither side -was privately' too
happy about the Eisenhower-Ke-fauver
.vote in, Wisconsin.
Estesite weren't happy over the
bitterness of Wisconsin Adlai-kes
and the' way they" cut the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic ticket id Milwaukee. That's
the big Democratic hold and that's
where JKefauver ran oeiow expec
tations -v.. thanks.- to bitterness
among the Democrats. Stevenson
was requested by Democratic
Chairman riiilip Kash to-send-aJMcClellan liked it or not. Then he
get-out-the-vote telegram but! didn't
respond. .eiauver tuu. vy.-1
All in all, however the tremen tremendous
dous tremendous Kefauver vote will, make it
a lot harder for old-line Democrats
to cut his throat in the smoke smoke-fillprf
fillprf smoke-fillprf roomi of Chicago. Hie unned
the Democratic vote from 23,7 in
'52 to .42 per cent plus.
GOP leaders were less nappy.
Chairman Len Hall had sent two
experts to Wisconsin with instruc instructions
tions instructions to stage a doorbell-ringing
campaign to get out the vote for
Ike. He also sent $50,000 to Wis Wisconsin.
consin. Wisconsin. Despite this, Eisenhower
dropped far below his 1952 vote.
The farm, Vote was the reason, ;
GOP-ers are also unhappy over
other clouds over the farm belt.
The Jamestown, N.D., Sun, whicn
ha been conducting a poll of North
Dakota voters, has come up with
some discouraging figures for the
GOP showing Kefauver running 448
votes to 145 for Eisenhower,
When the same voters were
asked which they would vote for
as between Stevenson or Eisen
hower, the result was: Dee, 255,
The same noli showed an over
whelming vote for Senator Milton
Young of North Dakota, who.
This and That
ACROSS ,. t S Intercession
i thaw n4 4 Mourning
1 Dick and . ,.h
8 Turkish inn
7 To and
t Cats and
13 Rome 1
14 Fencing sword An and
13 From to shut case
worse 10 Man (coll.)
16 Suite of room' 1 1 puces
IS Light shoe 7 Quiver -20
Leases It Iron
1 21 Exist 23 Mercenary
22 Nights before 24 Nimbus
,24 Detest 25Inslin
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TTOTtSDAY. ATFJL 13, 1S:I
though a Republican, his consis consistently
tently consistently voted against Eisenhower
on farm issues.
As a result of all this, GOP
leaders are figuring they may have
to get Eisenhower out tin the bus bus-tings
tings bus-tings more than previously figured. '.
Some are even talking about a
whistle-stop campaign even
though Ike definitely rules this out
US.. Ambassador John Sherman
Cooper was so enthusiastic over
the idea that Walter Reuther misht
visii uaia -mai ne naa neuiner
officially invited by the govern government
ment government of India. Cooper felt that
Reuther, head of the CIO now
merged with the AFL, would know
1.:. J .1 a , n
how to mingle with people and
win friends in India : . Secretary
Dulles, on his Indian visit was
formal and standoffish There's
a new motto going around the
Defense Department: "What's
good for General Motors is not
good for General Motors competi competitors."
tors." competitors." It results from .the experi experience
ence experience of Northrop Aircraft, which
tried to get Defense Department
permission to release facts about
the Snark guided missile which
Northrop is producing. It was
turned down. Shortly thereafter.
General Motors asked permission
to. release facts about the Snark
engine .which it produces., and ."
within 48 ..hours permission, was
granted . Reason for the secret
visit of Gen. Ivan Zerov, the Soviet
secret police chief, to London was
a tip that an assassination plot
was brewing against Bulganin and s
Khrushchev when they visit Eng England
land England . Secretary of the Army
Brucker has ordered Army gum-'
shoes to check Jack Norria, aca
reporter of the Washington Post.
Morns got a scoop on the Air
Force's right to develop antiair antiaircraft
craft antiaircraft guided missiles, which the
Secretary of Defense didht like
and accused the Army of leaking.
Brucker wants his. gumshoes to
trace the leak . Senator Know Know-land
land Know-land of California is boosting lame-
duck Congressman Oakley Hunter,
for the Federal Power Commission
even though Hunter has alwavs
voted for the nrlvate nowef enm.
pames . Dean Acheson is ex
pected : to announce for Adlai
Secretary of Defense Wilson gave
the brush-off to-a notent member
of Congress, Sen. 'John McClellan
of Arkansas when McClellan
phoned to ask that the 'Army-Navy
u : .i ti.. c : M
nusunai ju an opiums out urn
Wilson snapped back that he was
tired of being pressured by sena-
tors and said, in effect, that hapT
would close the hospital whether VL
slammed down the telephone.
What Wilson didn't know was
that his subordinates had' already
decided to keep the hospital open.
Some of them are now wondering
whether they tf nave to reverse
this decision and close the hospital
in order to carry out Wilson's
ultimatum to Senator McCeUlan.
ri;,.f-f" Morse Foroets v,.-'
Sen. Wayne Morse of Oregon has
patched up a feud with two Oregon
newspapermen. Last year, Morse
made an angrvspeech in which ha
accused one of the correspondents,
A. Robert Smith of the Portland
Oregonian, of deliberate misrepre misrepresentation.
sentation. misrepresentation. At the same time, Roul Roul-hac
hac Roul-hac Hamilton of the .Oregon Jour Journal
nal Journal of Portland f eama under
Morse's office ban. ".-
Finally Smith and Hamilton went
to Morse with this proposition:
"Suppose you call press -conferences
for us, then have a" steno stenographer
grapher stenographer present so there won't
be any mistake about what jrod
said," they proposed. 1
"Look." answered Morse;' "Left
be sensible. Let's forget-bygones.
Just coma around when you feel
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Reporf Criticising Wilson
Toucfies 0 Partisan Row
"WASHINGTON, April 19 (UP) jinent, dedicated, patriotic public
jiinue uwiiiwntu luucneq on in
angry partisan row yesterday bv
releasing a committee report cri cri-ticiz
ticiz cri-ticiz a? Defense Secretary Charles
. Wilson and the concept of busi busi-ae
ae busi-ae men in government.
The report, approved by the
Democratic majority of the House
Government Operations Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, accused Wilson and other de defense
fense defense officials of violating an "ex "expressed
pressed "expressed mandate" of Congress to
et up a unified military buying,
The report directed Wilson : to
take immediate action to' tote-;
grate supply management in the
Department of Defense" and to
to send Congress a progress re report
port report by June IS ; and at s i x
months- intervals after that.
Tha ; majonty report also
lapped at the Hoover Commis Commission'
sion' Commission' on government .'reorganiza .'reorganization.
tion. .'reorganization. It said the commission was
"more doctrinaire than factual"
on the question of how to make
best possible use of military stor storage
age storage depots..
Republican committee members
immediately countered with a mi minority
nority minority report complaining that the
. charges did not "survive compari comparison
son comparison with the record of the hear hearings.
ings. hearings. i
. They accused the Democrats of
making' "a sly attack upon 'busi 'businessmen
nessmen 'businessmen in government" and of
''personal disparagement of prom-
"READY ON TriE RIGHT" A Terrier" guided missile, right,
. rises from the hold of the USS Boston and is received by a com completely
pletely completely automatic guided-missile loading device. Stowage of tha
v "Terrier" is below decks in two magazines, which operate simK
laxly to automatic beverage-vending machines. At right la Sea Seaman
man Seaman Leroy Steels of Akron, Ohio, directing the missile-placing
by microphone. 1 Another misije, left, is halfway out of the hold.
USS Boston, the Navy's first guided-missile ship, will be sent to
the critical Mediterranean area. .
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Fort Kobbe's swimming pool
. U1 reflect splendor in technicolor
, on Saturday April 21 at 8:15 p.m.
when Balboa', high school's water
i fantasy, "Land of Dreams," will
be presented. Under the direction
of Miss Dell Peters, physical .edu .education
cation .education instructor, the local water
ballet troupe will appear on the
post for v" the third consecutive
year. ".. ,'- .r
' Among the 30- performers -cast
in, the "all -water" revue are. sev several
eral several -outstanding Balboa high
' school aqua stars and a group of
, "mermaids' billed as "the most
beautiful girls in the world."
The program will feature 12 bal bal-.
. bal-. let numbers, including "Slaughter
on Tenth Atenue," r'St. Louiij
Bluest "The Moon, is t Blue,"
"Persian Market." Au t u m nl
Leaves,". "Shooting Stars'" and
"Elephant Tango." Narrators for
.the show are Miss e Beth Little,
Miss Marcia Musser and Don Ty-
ter. r -v ,.-.-
- The performance will be accom--
panied by the- music Of the "Life "Life-'.
'. "Life-'. liner Combo,' popular instrument instrumental
al instrumental quartet from Fort Kobbe.
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" ROME, April 19 (UP Adm.
Lewis L. Strauss, chairman of
the U.S. Atomic Energy Commis Commission,
sion, Commission, yesterday pledged all of A A-merica's
merica's A-merica's "material and spiritual
strength', in efforts to prevent a
nuclear war. :
Strauss told 'the Italian Center
'. of Studies for International Kccon Kccon-ciliatiun
ciliatiun Kccon-ciliatiun that the United States is
gui-'e d by two tas'c motives re reward
ward reward the goal oj peace,-and !o
accused "enemies', of freedom.' of
trying to falsify America's nu nu-.
. nu-. .clear role. ,: r '.'-,. -. -,'
f He defined the motives as:
1. "We are of the deep and sin sin-'
' sin-' cere' conviction that what we seek
. to accomplish is right: That peace
is good and that it is right for
' men who are blessed by being
given the means of peace atomic
energy to share those? means."
2. "We believe that what we
seek to do is good for us, speci specifically
fically specifically :That war if it occurs on
this earth will never again pass
The report was based on hear
ings last year on the Hoover Com Commission's
mission's Commission's charges of waste in mil military
itary military buying. The commission re reported,
ported, reported, among other things,' that
the navy had accumulated a 60 60-day
day 60-day Mipply of hamburgers.
The committee controversy first
developed when the United Press
made public the substance of the
Democratic report earlier this
year.- -' ,...-..
GOP members complained they
were not given adequate chancej
to study it, and the report was
bottled up until released yester yesterday
day yesterday with a Jw changes.
- The report specifically attacked
Wilson, Assistant Defense Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Thomas P. Pike and Navy
Secretary Charles & Thomas. It
asserted that bringing business
men into the government was "no;
panacea for the promems ot fed federal
eral federal administration.
The GOP members retorted that
the Democrats were trying to
"exact retribution from Secreta Secretaries
ries Secretaries Wilson, Thomas and Pike for
malefactions of other people un under
der under another' administration,' as;
well as for the natural reluctance
of the military services to surren surrender
der surrender their prerogatives."
They said the remarks about
businessmen in government had
"no pertinence to the subject un-
Is Getting Axe
'MUSKEGON, Mich. (UP)
The year-old Linden WnM
by Mona Lake is going to be torn
-ine motel, one of the finest In
the state, was built before it was
learned that an expressway was
going io run uirough the property.
State highway department nffi.
cials decided it would be cheaper
iv yaj uie owners sus.uw lor the
motel than to detour the express
way arouna u. ,
America by.. Cost what it may 'to
forestall such a catastrophe, we
are prepared to exert our utmost
of material and spiritual strength
to uu ju uiai.
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ITS COST AND MAINTENANCE IS THE LOWEST IN THE FIELD
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VISIT US AM TRY THEM
ONE BLOCK FROM TIVOLI CROSSING
. (NEA Telephoto)
SAD DAY Relatives and friends of Pvt. Jerry L. Thorn aa ot
Alexandria, Va., one of the six Marines drowned during an un unauthorized
authorized unauthorized -'discipline' march at Parris island, 8.C., are over overcome
come overcome with emotion as the plane bearing the youths body ar arrives
rives arrives in Washington. Left to right: MM. Dominic Emillo, sister
of Thomas, comforts his girl friend, Joan Hall; while the boy a
stepfather? Alston P. Coughlin, comforte the boyV mother,
. ; -...-. ;. Mrs. coughlin.
House Solons Approve
Ike's Veto Of ifarm Bill
WASHINGTON, April 19 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The House, in a smashing victory
for President Eisenhower, yester yesterday
day yesterday approved his veto of the farm,
bill which had passed by. a 56-vote
margin only a week ago. ?
The Democratic move to over overturn
turn overturn the veto not only failed to
get the required two-thirds mar margin
gin margin but was rejected by a 211 to
202 majority. Jubilant GOP lead leaders
ers leaders hailed the outcome as a "tre "tremendous
mendous "tremendous tribute" to Mr.: Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's popularity..; ;
" House Republican Leader Jo Joseph
seph Joseph W. Martin Jr. told a reporter
the vote indicated that the Demo-
vote-catching farm issue tny.lcy si(f
S Tr8. SeJaSI
Nn.mw V'tnere's not a u n l n a m a n s
e Socratic farm 'tt&it t
House members figured that Ike's,
coattalls are the safest place to.
coattaus are the eaiest piace xo
V At- I Ll ft T. It
DC in uiis ciecuou civ
. Ill finii nut ilitfpr.i
ently come jMovemoer."
Poaee aimed bis statements pri'
marily at the farm state Repub Republicans
licans Republicans who voted for -the "bill Ust
Wednesday but reversed them
selves and supported the veto to today.
day. today. Only 20 Republicans voted
to override although 48 bad voted
for. the measure originally.
. The 29 GOP members voting
to override were Joined by 182
Democrats. Voting to uphold the
veto were 171 Republicans and
38 Democrats. Thirty-five Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats bad voted against the bill
last Wednesday. .
Martin said the vote showed
that "House members have faith
the President will ? give farmers
help in an orderly way without
building up surpluses." (
House Republican Whip Leslie
C. Arend (R-IlLr was asked if he
was as worried now over the farm
vote this tall as, be had been pre previously.
viously. previously. ,
"No,",' he .replied with a grin,
"That vote in there was tremend tremendous."
Democratic House Leader John
W. McCormack (Mass.) said the
biggest factor in the Republican
vote changing was the boost .in
support price ordered by Mr. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower when he vetoed the
farm bill last Monday.- r
"That gave those Republicans
an out," McCormack said, i
Democratic, leaders i served no notice
tice notice that they plan to take credit
for the increase, in supports. They'
had ppt pushed their plarr to re
store Hat 90 per cent supports on
KntiA mna n
Democrats have not decided
what their next step will be. Their Their-strategy
strategy Their-strategy probably will depend on
reaction in the farm belt. But one
possibility is. a whopping increase
in funds for the .President's pro proposed
posed proposed soil bank. .
Chairman Harold D. Cooley (D (D-N.C.)
N.C.) (D-N.C.) of the 'House Agriculture
Committee told the House prior to
today s showdown that Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower already has all the legal
authority to start a soil bank.
"All he needs is money," Coo-
' Cooley had declared earlier that
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn-
. TnkMnn T.- v ,i, ,h.-v.
ed the soil banViiroposals outlin
ed in Mr. Eisenhower's radio-TV
address Monday-night. He criticix criticix-edvthe
edvthe criticix-edvthe so-called "advance pay payments"
ments" payments" plan as election-year po politics.
litics. politics. Jnlinum will liavft 1 chance to
expand on his remarks Monday i
when he goes on a nationwide
radio-TV hookup to reply to Mr.
Eisenhower's speech. Johnson
said be will discuss the "merits"
of the vetoed bilV and not, deal in
Seo Spessard L. Holland (P (P-Fla.)
Fla.) (P-Fla.) who crossed party lines to
oppose the Democratic farm bill,
introduced legislation today to au authorize
thorize authorize Mr.- Eisenhower's 11,200, 11,200,-000,000J
000,000J 11,200,-000,000J soil bank. ; f
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Teresa Brewer, ler iusband The Fur Voices, let H be
and three' daughters go to church; known,' differ from seme of the
every Sunday. Recently their jfrevps around in on bosk way
fenuren nas oeen erecting a new mey can sing. They're alt Mh
r building so services are held tem- vidua Is eloiste strangely, they're
porarily in an Americaa Legion! all essentially baritonas and take
'.halL Kathleen Brewer, age S,
noticed a juke box in the room
'nd said, "Mommy! Mommy!
.Look even God has a juke box."
: The four Voices don't pass the
f tbuck they pass- the couple of
thousand bucks. That's probably
i 'wnars-in it lor them since tney've
I' f jciicked-with their Columbia rec-
' 4rk ;'Levely One." They could
' easily be; the next big smash
among the recording groups. :
" But they don't -take any bows
v tliemseives. They all pass on the
crcc'it to 'the man- they call the
.' Fifth Voice" their arranger and
coach, i Fred Welsmantel. 1 j
. "Freddy ?is lt'e r r If ie," says
;. 'Frank Fetta,. who qualifies as the
,irst voice 'since ne ana weis
'mantel organized the quartet.
I "He's the best in the business,"
'says Allans Chase. ""Mitch Miller
; Reaves all the arranging op to
: jhim Mitch never 'even hears .the
; arrangement until we do the song
)at the recording, sestion."
And the other two voices
I Sal Mayo and till. Mc Bride
' joined- in rousing chorus -. of
"Weismantel Uber Alles
' J Weismantel was coaching sing-
ers-ia, Flushing, on Long island.
Fosta lived a few blocks away
: !anri took r few lessons. They de deluded
luded deluded that, since 1 male vocal
teroups were the big thing in
records, they ought to hop on the
jvoicewagon. 1 They recruited
, Chase, Mayo and McBnde and
i were off. ... ..
turns at singing lead. They dent
go in tor any of the current styl stylised
ised stylised singing; ne deliberate breaks
or catches or sobs. They smg bar
They come from in and around
New York and have one ambition
that most recording groups do sot
share. The 'Four Voices have
stage fever and would like noth
ma oeiier man ; a cracK at a
From left to right, the Four
voices state .their show business
Sal Mayo: 'Td like., xu, to
. Bill McBride: "To aet on a rea
ular TV thow. like with Arthur
.Godfrey." ( They ; have, appeared
wun wwirey quite oiten.)
Frank Fosta: 'Til go. along with
Allan Chase: "To try -all kinds
ox show business movies, stage,
Fred Weismantel:'; He wasn't
there; home arranging something.
i Rainier; HI of Monaco will -dis-'
tribute a bronze medal to all
of his subjects after his mar mar-'riage
'riage mar-'riage to actress Grace Kelly.
' Shown above are both sides of
the medal, 'designed by French
, artist Henri LagriffouL It is
being made In Paris. Date on
the medal is April 19, 1939.
Short Playing: Count Basie will
open a jazz club in Harlem .
Epic signed Anthony. .Perkins.
who made a big hit on the TV
Playhouse show, "Joe,"" a Jew
weeks ago. They'll- record the
song he did on the show, "A Little
Love Can Go a Long, Long Way"
. A -Pittsburgh -disc jockey,
Barry Kaye, and Bill Haley of the
Comets conducted a two-hour ra radio
dio radio survey to find out who listens
to rock and roll music. Result-
average age of rock and roll fans
who responded was a startling-32.
Got one ?cail from a rabid fan,
age 82 . Hildegarde does her
night club act in a new album
coming from Seeco. -s"
Dick's Picks: Julius LaRets,
the new bridegroom, has a fine
record on RCA "Augustine." Oth
ers: "Surprise"" (Berry Madigan,
MGM): The Come Back" (Peg
gy Lee, Decca); "Love Is the
$64,000 f Question" (Hal March,
Columbia ) ; "Friendship Ring"
(Patty Andrews,' Capitol); ."I
Woke Up Crying'r ( Joni James,
MGM); -"Dream of You", (Mills
Brothers, D e c c a); -"Carmen"
(Andy Griffith, Capitol). ' -'
Vocal albums you'll like
"Matt Dennis Sings Matt Dennis"
(Kapp);. Eddie Fisher sings Acad Academy
emy Academy Award winning songs (RCA);
"YTI rrr.lnrV" hv &rt KalUr
'(Dolphin): "Anita" '-O'Day, of
course t verve;; tucy note as
"The Singing Reed (Fantasy);
Marie Lama in the sound-track
from "Serenade" (RCA).
A flock' of fine new symphonic
recordings Von Ksrajan, the
Philharmonics Orchestra, Ellsa
both Schwarzkopf, other soloists
and chorus in a magnificent re recording
cording recording of Beethoven's Symphony
No. 9 (Angel); Munah and the
Boston Symphony play Tchaikov Tchaikovsky's
sky's Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4 (RCA); and
two couplings of Hayden sympho
nieson Epic, Stall and the Cleve
land Symphony do Nos. 88 and 104
and, on Angel, Markov itelf and
the Orchestra do la kadiadiffusien
Francaise do Nos. 101 and 102.
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THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1958
TSS- fANAMA AMEXICA2I AN V&ZTZSZZST CAUT KIWSrAPd
"f Big US $ Surplus Predicted;
Experts Still Nix Tax Cuts
. .s, ,ove. and chimpanzees at pact fhi
lever Tarrn Jhk who also seems stricken with sorine
US Road-Building Plan OK'd;
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Increased Taxes To Foot Bill
WASHINGTON. April 19 (UP) sasoline and diesel fuel from
ine House- ruuiic worKB lommii- io a cents a gaiion. raxes on
tee has approved the biggest U.S.
road-building program in history
and agreed to raise taxes on such
things as gas and trucks to help
pay for it. ...-.
The plan calls for 51-12 billion
dollars in federal and' state high-
ut'oir crtonrlitiri mup iha novf 1
years, with the federal t govern government
ment government footing the biggest share of
the cost.. i :
A key feature is a proposed
40,000-mile interstate highway sys system
tem system which would cost 27-12 bil billion
lion billion dollars and link most state
capitals. The-, federal government
would pay 424,800,000,000 or, 90 per
cent. The state share would be
$2,700,000,000 or .10 per cent.
' The program also calls for a
federal outlay of $11,300,000,000
. over-the 13-year period to help
the states build primary, secon-
dary and urban roads en a $0-50
r matching basis. This is $2,200,
' 000,000 mora than would be spent
; at the current rata.
The committee approved wun wun-eut
eut wun-eut debate a 4 financing system
approved previously by -the : tax tax-writing
writing tax-writing House ; Ways a M e a n s
Committee. ,'- "' -.-
It would raise-federal taxes on
tires would be raised three cents
a pound and taxes on trucks, bus buses
es buses and trailers would be increased
by two per cent. v The plan is
aimed at raising and additional
$14,800,000,000 over the next : 16
President Eisenhower : asked
Congress last year to approve a
25 billion dollar, interstate high
way system financed by a spe special
cial special bond issue. Congress reject rejected
ed rejected the fund-raising scheme and
Mr. Eisenhower dropped it this
year in seeking -approval of the-
40.000.mila Kiohwaw network.
Rep. George Ik Fallon (D-Md.),
author of the bill, said the mea measure
sure measure may reach, the?House floor
by next Wednesday or rcursaay,
He said he booed to file an offi
cial report with the House before
The bill would only authorize
the proposed spending. A c t u a 1
funds must be voted later in ,ap
Under the plan, spending by the
federal government on, the inter interstate
state interstate highway portion was set at
one billion dollars in the fiscal
year starting July 1 and : 8,700,.
000,000 in the following year.
WACTTTNir.TfW Anril 19 fTTPVl.
Congressional economists- predict predicted
ed predicted todav the eovernment Will Wind
up the current fiscal year with
a Z billion aouar surplus ito
times more than the administra
tion had estimated.
The new estimate was made in
a report on the current economic
situation prepared by Grover. W.
F.ncW TMMitive director of the
Staff of the House-Senate Econo Economic
mic Economic Committee. Treasury Secre Secretary
tary Secretary George M Humphrey is fig figuring
uring figuring on only a 200 million dollar
Ensley and his experts warned
acrninct rw tax reduction desoite
the bigger surplus they foresaw.
Tney said. a tax cui wis year
might spur an inflation that would
end in depression. ;
. BUT some congressmen v were
expected to seize on the 2 bil billion
lion billion dollar estimate as sufficient
reason for an election-year tax
cut. Some Democrats claim the
administration has deliberately
underestimated tax receipts in
order to propose a surprise tax ;
CntUv nA KU cUff fiaurtd thit
Muxiinta mill h ihoilt 3 fail-
i fca A M VVVlJW u
lion dollars .more than Humphrey
estimated in; January, uuvem uuvem-ment
ment uuvem-ment spending was estimated at
about one billion dollars more-
leaving a 2 billion dollar surplus
when the 1956 fiscal year ends
(Humphrey estimated oniy iasi
month tnat receipts ana siicuuuis
..-h mmill Ka ihmit one billion
jdallars He said then that there
was nothin in the admimstra-
fitrnroa tr msmv m Ua& vuv.
UUU a aigiuva r
nM his notax CUt
stand applied both to this year
and to the next nscai ye
he anticipates a. 400 million dollar
In .Tammrv he said a SUT-
plus of 2-12 to 3 bilhon doUars in
USCai ISO WUU1U -UO u'6 vuv-b-
for a tax cut. B'rt he saw no
prospect of. one mat size.
' The Commerce Deportment:
has reported, nowever,, that per-
sonal income Is Tunning MO mil.
lion dollar higher than va;
Treasury estimated. It else has.
, SHOW MUST CO ON" A crippled Orson Welles, left foot
fcroken and right ankle sprained, rolls on stage in a wheel chair
In New York City to play the title role in Shakespeare's "King
Lear." .Welles broke his left foot in a backstage fall during re rehearsals,
hearsals, rehearsals, but opened the play with his foot in a cast. At close of
opening performance, be tripped, over a cable Jand sprained his
right ankle. So be took to the wheel chair the next night, because
. flthe show must go on."
i i A! FRFn HITCHCOCK'S
to envc: a 7-iizi;
' Color by TECHNICOLOR
wwi jcaeie aovce land oohn willams
' (MM ky ALFReO MTCHCOCK
. Oortnlly ky JOHN MICHAEL HAYtM
LATE SHOWS FRIDAY 10:30 P. M.
DIABLO HEIGHTS I I MARGARITA
estimated that corporate profits
will yield $21,800,000,000 In tax taxes,
es, taxes, compared with Humphrey's
estimate of $2000,000,000.
Triir nffioial said thev will
have no figures until late next
monttt on toe size 01 M&rcn u cor corporate
porate corporate tax payments andtApril 16
nvrsnnsl incnmn tax navmenta.
Another big; corporate tax pay-
. j 1 T
men u.oue m juuc v :,
Hnmnhrow wm inpaklntf Imth tA
thii vpur and, of the next .' fiscal
year when he anticipates a sur
plus or uo miiuon uouara. in
January, be said a surplus of 2-
12 to 3 billion 'dollars in fiscal
1957 would be biz enoueh for a
tax cut But he saw no prospect
ot one inai size.
The House Senate Economic
Committee was created by- the so so-rniipd
rniipd so-rniipd 1946 full emDloyment law.
The law's primary purpose Is to
make sure that the government
takes all possible steps to prevent
anotner major aepresswn.
'The committee, i composed .' of
seven members each from the
House land Senate, reveiws the
President's annual economic re
port' and then makes one -ef its
own. The committee also makes
special economy: studies..
Ginger Rogers Off
To Film Festival
: NEW YORK, April 19 (UP)
Screen star Ginger Rogers sail sailed
ed sailed for Europe today as one of
the six American representatives
at the Cannes Film Festival to
be held later this monxn. .
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TO? PANAMA AMTJUCAN AN INDEPENDENT DA at NEWSPAPER
. THURSDAY. APRIL 19, mt
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
. 12 WORDS
canal loot rotvcuNic
DR. C f. FABREGA, O.D.S.
OR. R. AVILA JR M.0
OB Vacate Vmm Hay 1st.
t1v.H h el Mji rl"L,Uf
iKM School rU.TfTMM)
Tel. t-MIl f"
: JIM RIDGE
rhone Panama 2-8552
TRANSPORTS! BAXTER. SX
Leant Riding at
nuiui biding SCHOOL
Riding Jum Jesse ilf
I to rnene "..
ar by appointment, i
"WE will relieve Tear" ..
cwu, ealloastea, naila
(Dr. ScaoUs trained)
. BL 4419
M Jaaw auemniinM r
!The. Panama liner Ancon Is
echeduled to sail from New York
tpday with 68. passengers lor
'.Cristobal anff ,19 passengers
booked for Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
m Amonar the passengers' sailing
for Cristobal are George P.
Welsh, chietJof tlw Emplojunen
hnd Utilization Division, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs, Welsh and their
spn, George, Jr. J
. The complete advance passen passenger"
ger" passenger" list for Cristobal follows:
i Mr. and Mrs. George Balrd;
Mr. and Mrs. Porter IC Bennett;
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blog; Miss
Pauline F. Blaneyj Mr. and Mra.
Pranz TJ. Burkett: Mr. and Mra.
Clifton E. Chandler; Mr.' and
!Irs, Edgar K. Collison; Mr. and
Mrs. LeRoy W. Cornwell; Miss
Wa Farreu- Mrs. Mildred Fried Friedman;
man; Friedman; Mrs. Leah "W. Greene; Mr.
And Mrs. Edwald L. Hansen; Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Holahan; Miss
Anna : Kestenbaum; Miss Rose
Kestenbaura; t Dr.- William H.
Xing; Mrs. Thelma Kruse; Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Lear: Mr. and
(Mrs. Leopoldo Jssiack; and Mr,
Mnaifni C. H. Umoerger, ?
u Miss Jean Montville; Mrs. Es Es-Jelle
Jelle Es-Jelle C- Monypeny; Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Mjieville; Mr. and Mra.
William S. Nlckson; Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel r. O'Brien; Wtiss Madeline
felrce; -Mr. and Mrs. Stephen V.
f. Powelson and 4 children; Mr.
Find Mrs. George Sann; Mr. and
Mrs.. Albert O. Schulze; Mr. and
Kirs. James Simon; Mr. and Mrs.
fflaurice Stein; Dr. and Mrs. Ver.,
Hon F. Still; Mr. and Mra. Ed
ward stvan: w. D. wasseii;
Mr. and Mrs., Howard Wetland;
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Welsh;
Seoree P. Welsh. Jr.: Mr. and
rirs. Salomon Zebede: and Dr.
ind Mrs. Robert Zimmerman,
! MILFORD. Conn. r- (UP,
Sirs. Dons E. Gagnon spent three
ights in jail rather than pay a
m. ticket tor illegal parting. Airs.
iGasnon could have gone free un
der a $5 bond pending a court
'appearance, but she refused, say
JJig she was 'innocent."
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
t quotations by.
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LEAVE YOUR AD VV1TH ONE
T Stmt No. IS
Agendas Internal, de Publication
, Nil I Lattery rtaja
Central Ar. ts
FOR SALE: Beautiful 10-piece
European bedroom nf," blond
mahogany, dining room, 9-pieee-Rettaa
living room, movie (
era, 2 ami. projector, screen,
baby reader ana' various hoiue-s'
bold furniture anal appliance
Ricarde Ariat Street, "Caribe"
Apartment J. phono 1-3120
FOR SALE: Bambo tat c.a c.a-fitrinfl
fitrinfl c.a-fitrinfl af 2 safat, 2 chain, 2
learttaob and I labia ia i
cenditiea, vacantly ephelstered,
for $75. Call 3-1266 ar 3-0292.
FOR SALE: Wesrinohovse re-
friferator II Vt ft., freeier
;; chert cvais, nlf-defrastin, 2
- yean aid, 25-cycla, vary oed
condition,. $200. Phoaa N C J..
32V. i-i ...-
FOR SALE: Slmmoni doubla
bed, prins, Hollywood lep,
practically new. Phone 3-2200.
FOR SALE: Frijidaire 9 ca. ft...
freeiina compartment, sealed
aanvPhana DiaWa Mts. 22(1 4.
FOR SALEWrouht .lroa liv,
if wan farnitare: -picc sec-,
tienal coach, lotinf e chair, cor corner
ner corner and two and tablts, inner,
spring cushions, excellent condi condition
tion condition Price $125. Fart Clayton,
FOR SALE: Household goods t
Piano, 3;yr.-ald (eUwin Acra.
sonic Spinet, like new $575;
Frooicr, II cu. ft. Coalorator,
3Vi-yr.-old, 60-cycle, escellent
condition. $225; Washer, Whirl,
pool Automatic. S'A-yr.-ati,
60-cycle, escellent condition, 1
$150. Albrook Qtr. No, I. Tel-
.FOR SALE: 2$-cyclo Maytaf
washing mactiino, wringer type,
I year aid, good condition $100.
Phono Fort Amador 5214 or may
ho seen Qtrs. 21-D, Ft. Amador.
j FOR SALI: Hour with three
, ------ v
bedrooms, two balhn
"1 ;''tn"! H. maid'a.
33rd "Si, N. a.ne
Mexico Avenue For information
call Mr. G. A. de Rous, Cajj do
Ahorree, Phone 2-0720 ar 3.
3253. -i u
01 Kefsuver Soan
NEWARK, N. J. April 19 TJP)
-Gov. Robert E. Meyner's re refunding
funding refunding victory over Sen. Eites
Kefauver in Uie New Jersey prf.
marv electinnit enrit hi- nn1i:.
loai,y 10 new high.
The bachelor envarnnr'a otoi. f
UDCOm milted natinnal .Anii.ik -t.. tn.it intn tin.
, , VIIM'HI I
uiicjara iui dui a nan-vote to
the forces supporting the Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee Democrat for President in the
uaiue ior me state s 36 votes
Returns are incniniil.t tnH ,,', vi
with four-fifths of the yotes Ubul-
aiea iveiauver was finishing a weak
second to the Meyner slate. The
Senator also trailer! Prci,lant fl
senhower, unopposed in the Re-
DUblkan nrimarv in lh
ential preference vote. f
, Mr. Elgenhawnrhiirl Sit 9jfl
to Kefauver's 108,65? wjti returns
uvm o,mi districts laoulated.
The primary was a test of Mey-
ner'g Dolitioal clrAnirlh Th n,aink
of his victory could bear heavily
mi me ugusi democratic conven convention
tion convention in Chicago. Meyner has been
frequently mentioned -as a "fav.
orite, son" and "dark-horse" ean.
didate for both the presideqey and
vice presidency. r '.-:,
. MevnflT has renaaferllv MafrirmJ
ed his intentions .not to run for
tne nation s rughest office, though
it was expected New Jersey's del delegates
egates delegates would vote for him as a
"favorite son" candidate on the
convention's first ballot. The dele delegates
gates delegates headed by Meyner are con.
sidered favorable to Adlai E. Stev
enson after the first ballot.,
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11 I IV CHOICE
W'-' ; LOTS ior
. 126 u: cue t
Av. Eloy A If aru 15-159
1SZ U Carnsgailla
. He. M Stmt
ta Jail Ave. J at,.'
FQR SALE: '3S Packard Coupe.
- 6-cylinder. House 529-A, Lor
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet
BalAir, duty paid, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, 27,000 miles Phoao 3 3-3120
3120 3-3120 Panama.
FOR SALE: 1941 Chevrolet
Coup, two-tone, radio, white
sidewalls, recent angina overhaul.
Z-platof. Phono 3-2200.
FOR SALE: 1951 Two-tone
Buick Super Hardtop Converti-.
He, ww tiros, radio, dyna-
Now, excellent condition. One
ewncr. $J95. Days, call 17 17-5109.
5109. 17-5109. evenings S3-2I9I -.
FOR SALE:- 19 J2 Oldsmobile
"ll- deluse 4-doer sedan, I I-cyliader
cyliader I-cyliader with hydramatic, good
condition. tPhone lalboa 1461
after 4:30. .:.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile'
'98" 4-door sedan, hydramatic,
radio, heater, good tires, lew
wileage. Car in good conditio.
$720. Can tee at Qtrt. 10-C,
Fort Clayton or call 17-4)49.
FOR SALE: 1953 Super Deluxe
Oldsmobile 4-doer sedan, with
hydramatic, radio, new battery.
Color royal marine. Qtrt. 537-i.
Phone 175 fialkk.
FOR $ALEt-195l Ford Fordar
f sedan. Radio; overdrive. Phone
. Shenemaa 37-7135. r
In Jp:ni$h jJsrccco
PARIS. Anril 19 nTP'Hn.
man Torch" rioting between rival
native groups in Spanish Moroc
co caused 12 deaths Tuesday
nine men doused with .gasoline
n .1 A K.. J i it
uu vi.tuiiQ auu uuev jaiauy
shot, it was reported here today.
. Press 'rerjorts blamr-il finsnish
censorship for the delay ia' get-
I rino than lias teres tn : n,MtA
I French bewspaper iaid the tiou,
ble -started when a ieepload of
members of the Democratic In Independence
dependence Independence Party roared into the
market town nf Snnkr Fl Totln cs.
eking leaders of the rival IsUqlal
rariy. 2 ...
Members -of hotlt parties drew
Distoll. and a cms battle in the
town square lulled two persons
ana wounaea is. ins attackers
fled.-" :'. . i ;
In nearbv tirirhr Istialal
leaders retaliated by organizing
a march on the residence of
Pasha El Ralsnle. a rimorraHr
Guards on the palace balcony
fired Into the mob, Rilling one
man and wounding several oinera.
' The-'mnh hflttprorl H n w n th
gates and stormed into .the court-
Tk... il ih. k
VllO AIVIDI "VI V IWUVU J.I.V .M
man inijhAe an1 flirts ntVlawt iVit
ISSiaSf IWI vasvikl) vtllta uaaau vxava aiva
lowers of the Pasha were hunted
down in their homes and set afire.
TtJBl rvporisr MIU W IYC liCU 1
irrvvca thm hnrdpr in the intMtii
a a t - : J a. I... .a afl.J
L;ni ;.v 'nf Tnndinti 1
; (C'oBtinued tram Page' 11 'i.'.
They had waved to cheering
crowds from a window of "their
palace. They had cut the wed-
rllncr polra am) Hriinlr iViam-
V.. vnw V. ... u. ...... w ..' 1
pasne. They had said their glad
The past had been hectic. The
future was theirs. and they
honed It would he calm.
Two hours later, they made a
three-mmute drive from tne
ct m t.-. tViA miflvslr1 til
the fclaudits of cheering thpu- j
enJo .... 1 . ... I
They Immediately boarded the
11. 1UVV k a,awvk.a miiiivu j
Ship whistles shrilled across the i
mmiaiure naroor oo tne say gi
Hercules In salute to the 4 de-
At 5:15 p.m the prince's
vcht the Deo Juvante II.
which means "With the Help of
God moved slowly from its
berth with 4he princely couple
waving from the railing.
'P&lntar'e arm enplrflert the
shoulder of his pretty bride."
! vent o lAtor
BACK RESTS h
made of strong plastic
mesh and aluminum
. Ideal for HOME. BEACH,
Ve it also as a beach
4.93 and 7.49
Come and see for
They're sure a BARGAIN!
Opposite the Ancon P. O.
OF OUR AGENTS
In. TrreU Ke. t
FARMACIA ESTADOS. UNIDOS
14 Central Art.
Its Central Iran
: BOX 2031, ANCON. C.Z.
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR SALE: .Gas water heater,
20 gals., $10; gas stove $45.
Both $110. Good condition Ra.
FOR SALE: Airline reclining
teat-beds hydramatic,, B1 -Naur-el
radio, etc Exceptionally clean
1952 Nash Ambassador Custom,
$1025. Original owner. Ft, Da.
FOR SALEs Paasche artist air (
compressor unit, 35 fbs. pressure
with 60-cycle motor, cord and t
plug. Airbrush wextra color ad- 1
justing parts, $55. Call Panama ?
2-1359. :-,,,-:, J
FOR SALE: Set of Funk and l
Wagnalls Encyclopedia $20, baby
carriage $10, recking horse $2. -v
Phone Curune'u 7116.
FOR SALIi 1 $aW sfraller, I
' 3272H"' ,,0l',h' fWon J
Loyalty Day Brings Highest
Highest hnhnri nf FrArlnm Vn.
unaauon at valley f orge were
bestowed upon the Veterans of
Foreign Wars of the United States
in recognition 01 me overseas ve veteran
teran veteran organization's 19?5 Loyalty
Day oroaram. Cdr. G. Rnnznnmt
iof Post No. 3876 revealed todav.
Besides winninff th a n r a m
Washington. Honor Medal, a check
for 11.000 wan nreenterl in natum.
al loyalty day Chairman Louis G
Feldmann hv Adm Arthur Rnd.
Word, chairman of the Joint Chiefs
of btaff who was principal guest
at awjrd. ceremonies. Foldmann
revealed that the award money
would be lorwarded to the nation
al orcamzauon and wnnid nrnhnK-
Iv be earmarked for further rievs.
opment 01 tne prize-winnmg Ara-
ertcamsm program. -,:.
1 Radford was mnst fnmnlimnni
ry to the Veterans of Foreign Wars
ior me positive manner in which
they are approaching the subject
01 toyatiy 10 me country, Bonzou-
In the cftatiea accompanying
the award Radford read these
words to Mr. Feldmann: "May
first used to be "May Day"
red leHer day far communists.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
loyalty Day campaign substitut substituted
ed substituted lovartv for eUslovaltv. nuxhaJ
L the Cemmonlsts off Fifth Ave
nue end pieced the Loyalty Day
rededicatien program in every
town and hamlet of. the United
Stale; The Veteran of Foreign
Wars of the United States are
deserving of the nation's praise."
. : ::, .r .. ,..J
tsonzoumet pointed out that in
nw.i.1,,5 ii in, lire n-ni
. ITlAiteH Infn a? aim a oaIaav ma m n w
utw ovine cavci .viUllljr.
Krctdom FiMindation rtcoffnized in-
Hntfv sprvli? rliihe fPiiirVtA anrl
dustry, service clubs, churches, and
individuals for their nutstandina
rnnlrihutinn to the American n
I of life. Among those who received
nonors aiong witn tne veterans of
foreign wars at tne awards cere ceremony
mony ceremony were the E. I. DuPont de
Nemours Co., Inc., Wilimingtoa,
Delaware; Kiwanis International;
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great TOte Heel
New Orleans Servicp :
S.S. "CIBAO" ..
Also Handling Refrigerated knd Chilled Cargo
.New York Service
S.S. "HEREDIA" .
-S.S, "COMA YAGITA"
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New York,
San Francisco and Seattle.
'. T New York and Raturn ........ 240.0C
To San Francisco and Seattle . . $365.00
" CRfST08AL 2121 PANAMA 3-2504
OR OUR OFFICES
Boats Sc. Motors
FOR SALE:17-h. boat, cabia
cruiser, 5 ft. wide, 36" high with
trailer, $250. Can be seen at
2003-C 1st Street. Curundu.
Phone 83-6226 a Her 4:15. P.
FOR SALE: New motors $10,
13 -hp. 110 volte, 25 -cycle.
356,' Apt. 2. Ancon. Bal. 2160.
FOR SALE: 15-ft. outboard
with 15 horsepower Eviarude,
creise-a-day tank, trailer. Fully
equipped, many extras, excellent
cmrin. naiaoa ej4.
FOR SALE: Beat IS-ft. out out-i.
i. out-i. beard cabin cruiser, $600, $650
with, trailer, $975. complete with
x new JO hp. Evinrude, Abbott, v
Panama 2-1033, Panama 3-
4J13 -Also M-ft. runabout,
$100. . '; : V
FOR SALE: Cabin cruiser 26x.
8x4. completely overhauled May
1955. Must tell, $1800 firm.
Phane Kobbe 3277.
Award To VFW
the National Council of Churches
u Christ; the Boy Scouts of Arae
rica and manv oUiers. Farh nt
these high award winners had
words of praise for the VFW Loy Loyalty
alty Loyalty Day program, v 1 ; ? ;
Bonzoumet enntintierl hv" cmino
that this was the sixth consecutive
year that Freedom Foundation has
recognized the VFW. but this was
the first Prand Ttrize tn rama tn
,t: : ----- w
uie overseas veterans.
"We feel that this latest award
came because of the" increased
Darticmation in our nrnrrim
throughout the United State s,
which accordina to our national
cxnimittee, trebled in the number
in events ana parucipanis over I
previous year. f
'"As another Loyalty Day ap approaches,"
proaches," approaches," Bonzoumet concluded,
"ue invite all nrPBnivatinna and
individuals of all religious or eth
nic groups to win in our annual
expression ot devotion to our a a-merican"
merican" a-merican" heritai?e." He said full
Ijtvaltv Tnv details nf ft f.ar.
vyn II. Moumblow Memorial Pos
3876 will be announced toon.
Off To Missouri
To Meet Relatives
INDEPENDENCE, Me., AprU
If (UP)- Newsman Clifton Da Daniel,
niel, Daniel, Jr., arrives bi Independence
todey from New York for his
first meeting with many of the
-i j 1.. 1 a,
w"TV or ma nrrwiwae, mar.
Daniel and tha dauaktr at farm.
or President Truman will be mar.
ried Saturday in Trinity Episce-
pal Church here.
Father Patrick Hutton, the SO-
yoarld rector of the church,
disclosed yesterday that it would
be a single-ring ceremony. He
said a nrlvate wedding rehears rehearsal
al rehearsal would be held in the church at
4 p.m. tomorrow.
AT 57 H" STREET, PAMSMA
t. fc. it b Ota Ave. No, 11
Jasta AraseacM Ave. and J St,
M Strtel Ne. a
ATTENTION G. I.I Just built
aiadera furnished eperimeats, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold we tea,
Phone Penaase 3-4941.
FOR RENT. Modern apartment
at El Cangrejo: 2 bedrooms, etc.,
garage. For more detailts phone
3-494.6 or 3-6737. I
FOR RENT-Cool, comfortable
. three bedroom apartment with
two afaia bathrooms, ha largo
living room, dining room, front
perch, place far dinette on hack
porch, big kitchen, maid' room
; with bath, laundry and hot wa wa-,
, wa-, tor. A first floor apartment com completely
pletely completely screened -fir tiled through
out. Has garage and patio (suit-
able for children), located in
folia Vista. Rent $130. Phone
Panama 2-0027 or 3-0763.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart,
menr. North American ne.'ghbert,
' regular transportettan, $50. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone S-0471.
'OR RENT: Completely fur.
nrshed one-bedroom apartment.
Phone Clayton 6110 office
FOR RENT.- Unfurnished mod modern
ern modern 2 -bedroom apartment, maid's 1
juarfers, terrace, garage. Avail Avail-able
able Avail-able May 3. 48th St. East No.
.31. Phone 3-2200
FOR RENT: Comfortable a a-partmcnt
partmcnt a-partmcnt far family, maid'
room,, garage. New. building..
Modern fixture. Phone 2-2883.
- 'El Cangrejo".
- FOR RENT: 2-bedreom apart.
, meat i living-dining ream, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, bathroom, maid's room with
hath, Phone 3-2148
FOR RENT: Modern duplex
semi-chalet. Newly decanted.
Two bedrooms, two bathrooms.
Alhambra Apartments. Telephone
1386. Colea. k
FOR RENT. Modern -apartment
at El Cangrejo: 2 bedroom, 2
; bathrooms, dining living room,
maid's room .with bath, garage
and hot water.. Phone business
hour 2-0321, Sundays 2-3525.
FOR RENT: Furnished or ua.
furnished, two very large rooms.
I Apartment ia new building, targe
kitchen, hot water, space far
laundry drying, maid's bathroom,
balcony. Ave. J. Fee. do la Oua
and S Street, in front Firestone.
- Phone 2-3436.
FOR RENT: Army inspected,
furnished I -bedroom apartment,
kitchenette, refrigerator. Across
from Ancon bus stop $50. No.
17-18 Fourth of July Avenue.
FOR RENT) Untarnished
screened apartment: 2 bedrooms,
baths, sitting-dining room,
kitchen, parch, garage, $100, at
- exclusive "El Cangrejo.' Caracas
Building, Q Street. See De Css Css-Iro,
Iro, Css-Iro, Avenue B No 24. Phone 2-
1616. ,. w.-,' :
FOR RENT r Furnished modern
apartments, screened, inspected,
I and 2 bedrooms. Call 2-3065.
Py? 'tH lyaMM.
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LONDON, April 19 UPWDr
Alberto Verrier, the Argentine
vDuersecreiary or state tor Fi Finance,
nance, Finance, finished his talks at the
Treasure todav Vith Kir f.cii
Rowan, the permanent head and
t. K. Loolestone. the Undersecre Undersecre-jtary
jtary Undersecre-jtary in charge of Latin American
affairs. Dr. Verrier flies to Bonn
I this afternoon ft o continue his
talks on multilateral trade. After
two days in Bonn he continues to
Berne, the Hague and Brussels be before
fore before returning to Paris.
Before leaving London Dr. Ver Verrier
rier Verrier expressed satisfaction with
the "deep understanding" of the
British treasure officials with Ar Argentina's
gentina's Argentina's present economic prob problems
lems problems and their "verv helnfnl at.
Utude." .' ;
Dr. Verrier emphasized that his
tains were not aimed at negotia negotiating
ting negotiating anything but that he was
"ffrootlv caticfiaut" with tha "I"n.
mimity of views" between Buenos
Aires ana Lonaon on tne nroaaer
It is understood that as a result
of the talks considerable progress
has hn mirla tnurarrls a satis.
factory seltloment of the disputed
prooiem oi me rate ot interest to
be apDlipd to Argentina's 300.000,
000 sterling debt to the various
countries of the European Pay Payments
ments Payments union after it has been
. ttrff hihn wftt tPit
f 1 1 "V wtme
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j r Vote
FARMACIA EL BA1URR0
rarM Lefevro I Street
Via Parra III
NOVEDADES A THIS
- Vu EspaAa Ave.
PANAMONTE INN, BOQUETI
AT 4000 FT.
offers the best in climate,' water,
food and accommodations. Rates
including 3 meals, from $ sin.
gle aad $14 double occupancy.
Swim and relax at Shrapnel'
beach hemes, Santa Clara. Phane
Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large"
beach house. One mile pastCa-,
sine. Balboa 1866
PHILLIPS Oceenside Cottage.
Jante Clara. Bex 435. Salboe.
Phone Pan me 1-1877. Cricte Cricte-hal
hal Cricte-hal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartment
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Balboa 3681.
Wonted to Buy
WANTED: Small power trans,
former, condition of no cease
eene. any cycle. Phone Pan.
ma 2-2967. .
WANTED TO BUY: RUctri
m7'3-hp. 25-cycle. Call
WANTED TO BUTt Lawn roll.
hand operated. Call Panama
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FOR RENT.- 3-bedroom chalet,
12th Street, Partilla No. 97; else
two 1 -bedroom apartments each
with bathroom, Via Porras No.
64. Phone 3-1863.
WANTED. Cook and laundres
, with experience, "Almacen Cyr
nos," Tivoli Ave. Mrs. Stainier.
WANTED- Serious responsible
maid, cleaning. Must sleep in.
Good salary. Fcdertce Boyd Ave.
FOR R EXT: Room with light,
completely independent, Mexico
Avenue. Phone 3-6213
FOR RENT: Furnished room
with private service and en.
trance, 38th Street No; 1-72,
AMERICA TO NEW YORK
THURSDAY, APEIt 19. 1958
TZZ PANAMA AMERICAN AX INDEPENDENT DAILY NXWSPAPEX
; Audie Murphy, In
TO HELL AND
Barbara Stanwyck, In
75c. r 0c.
Technicolor and VistaVlsion Weekend Release I
Th story ol Lu and Clark expedition!
" rrr MacMiKRAT '. CharllMi HESTO.N
v Doom MtS Barbara BALE, la
. THE FAR HORIZONS
Flat Tha Vbta Vbioa Short: "Vteit Jaaaa"
Showt:' U:W I:S 4:1 : : t
SOc. i i i i JOe.
JANE WYMAN ;
: VAN JOHNSON ;
:?. ,:' -ln- '" :
. MIRACLE IN THE RAIN
80c. i m m I ; ., 30c.
... Steve ALLEN and Donna REED
THE BENNY GOODMAN STORY
-' .. : ; Also: :,
Anne Baxter and Rock Hudson, in
.BANK NIGHT 5
BEAT THE DEVIL
-" i Also:
James Stewart, in'"
GLENN MILLER t
' T STORY "'t;
I THE IRON MAS.
' CLALDETTE COLBERT
and BARRY SULLIVAN, In
Shows: 3:18,. 5:10 7:92 1:54
John Wayne, In
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2 A Pass 3 Past
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k7 V .Pass Pass Pass
. Opening lead J
. i i ft
"I've got five Easter hats her and I hato them all- i
" but the ia!esgirl said these styles we rt j
v' v. for younger women!" '
. JR ill I V IV. jr
1 jy Ersktn Mmoa j J
?, HOLLYWOOD (NEA) wBe- Ernest Borgnine Is1 celebrating
' 1L Fl MM. .1 .(..i. Y. ... 1 I 1AA Mnlt L
nina me ocreeu; me oner, uu iiuu. vusi uiurc iwi i k"""
Los Angeles theater marquee in
dicales a new evebrow-lifting side
Jine to movies and popcorn, tt
i "Child Free With Cereal
v Joan Fontaine and Olivia de
Havilland 'are the feuding sisters
again. The' truce lasted four years,
which was. longer than Hollywood
expected Aifn't Ava Gard-
5er and Frank Sinatra headed for
big reconciliation, when he ar arrives
rives arrives in Spain?
Jack Mulhall, the silent film
star, ts now fretting start as
Hollywood restaurant jnsitro a".
. Jim Davis, the Matt Clark of
TV's VStorieS of the Century,"
will stsr in a movie horror flick flicker,
er, flicker, "The;!reature -From Green
Hell" Pinky Lee's son, Mor Morgan,
gan, Morgan, ducked the "How old are
you?" question on a Los Angeles
radio interview for an amusing
reason.' Explained the' lad:
i ''I'd rather not say. You know,
dad looks young and I have to
keep him that way. Just say I'm
in college."-': w,vi ,.v v..;
' HOLLYWOOD'S ACADEMY
AWARDS differed 100 pec cent
with the opinions of the nation's
ticket buyets, .who voted for. their
favorites via' the Audience Awards
Poll. Mr. and Irs Public picked
"Mr. Roberts'.' as; the best film
of the year and. Voted lor James
Dean and Jennifer Jones for best
.performances. The winning sup-,
porting players were Peggy Lee
and Tab Hunter. .
-- Nothing too unusual, though, be because
cause because fan magazine polls for the
year's ; best usually differ from
the Oscar winners. Teen-agers ap apparently
parently apparently dominated voting in the
Audience Awards poll, too. A rec record
ord record high of four million children
now enter their teens each year,
by the way, Increasing the num number
ber number of potential movie customers.
' F (m industry figures insist
thoro are mora theaters than
over, but a survey made by a
movio house supply company says
1400 indoor theaters closed dur during
ing during 1955. Total, including drive drive-ins,
ins, drive-ins, was 17,508 at the end of the
year compared to 1,100 in It 54.
AUDIE MURPHY will star in
the Thames Williamson novel,
"The Woods' Colt" . Henry
Vonda's 30-minute telefilm, "The
Clown," will be repeated for the
third time in a year, on GE
Theater May 11. Fonda is hoping
to repeat it again as a full
length movie. '".r-
Lioyd Nolan was all resdy to
star in a TV series, ''Father Duffy
41 Hall's .Kitchen," until plans
tlrara made to change the rote
f. the priest to a social watkor,
ijo the dialog could feature ro-j
mantics. He bowed out and is.
being "replaced bv Karl Maiden.'
Jon Hairs new telefilm series,
"Kriieht of the South Seas."is
being 4 filmed in ''gWiips of thfee
so they can be hooked together
as feature films for theater show showings
ings showings The ailing Jean Her-
sholt will be honored at a Holly,
wood dinner May 16. He's current currently
ly currently president of the Motion Pic Picture
ture Picture .Relief Fimd. i i
BETTY GRAILE'S unhappy
quotes about her first telefilm:
"Now I'm convinced I'll never
do a filmed aortas. Wo bad. a
two-day shooting schedule but they
cut so much of the story I was
unhappy, with the finished picture.
They wore interested in speed,
not quality." )
The three weeks of rehearsal
Jack Mulhall, the silent film
more acceptable to Betty.
Orson, incidental! insists he
doesn't want to act anymore
just direct. But the acting talent
he displays ia Moby Dick"
makes a lot of Hollywood stars
look like' dummies. ... ...
" How's your memory, at Oscar
winning songs? Name the last 10
winners and then check this
list dating back to 1946 "On
the Atchison, Topeka and Santa
Fe: Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah: Buttons
and Bows; Baby, It's. Cold Out
side; Mona Lisa; Jn the Cool, Cool
of tlije Evening; Do Not Forsake!
Mi Oh mv Tlarlin'f Kesret Tjive-l
Three Coins In the Fountain and
Love' is a M a n y-Splendored
, (Continoed from fate t
It opens June 27th in leading cit
ies here, and abroad .Jaye P
Morgan's new song click, "Get
Up You Sleepy Head," reminds
you of -"Id bit Right Down and
Cry Over You" and "Tweedle Dee"
Ms a very close relative to Kay
Starrs oldie. "Bonaparte's Re
Gould's merciless truth: That tele
vision s appetite for material is
so huge not even the supply of me
iocrity is large enough to go
around. .The Senate sub-commit
tee probing narcotics-addicts will
soon publish its findings. Names
of many prominent orchestra lead
ers (identified as users in secret
sessions) nave been stricken trom
The end position in today's band
will interest students of the game.
East 'became squeezed in three
suits, one of them being trumps, j
Perhaps the grand slam contract!
was a trifle ambitious, but it cer-1
tainly wasn't unreasonable. South
happened to be J. G. Ripstrl, fa famous
mous famous Wichita expert, -and nobody
has ever accused "Rip" of being
an unueroiuuer. ,,
'. West opened the jack of clubs,
Ripstra hopefully put up dummy's
queen and won with the ace when
East covered with the king. De Declarer
clarer Declarer then drew two rounds of
trumps with the ace and king.
' Leaving one trump out, Ripstra
now tested the snades bv Dlavina
the ace and then the king. West's
discard uot only- showed uie bad
break in spades but also proved
that East had the last trump (for (fortunately
tunately (fortunately foe South).' ; w i
Rip next cashed the aceo? dia diamonds,
monds, diamonds, ruffed a spade in dummy,
and -proceeded to lead high dia diamonds
monds diamonds from the dummy. He got
rid of the losing club first and fol followed
lowed followed with,' low spsdes.
When' dummy's last diamond
was led, East was caught in a
strange squeeze. If he ruffed, South
would overruff. One more spade
ruff would set up the South hand.
If East discarded the queen of
spades, South would draw the last
trump and spread ms nana, n
East discarded a dub, South could
safely crossruff to make the rest
of the tricks. .,:;?" ;'.
BOLD CONTRAST FOR NAVY
NEW YORK (UP) Navy as
usual is a top color for spring. But
this year with a difference. It is
more bold than lady-like. Tradi
tionally navy is worn with demure
white or pastel touches. But tnis
spring it is fashionable to combine
it with such colors as hot orange,
peimedto red and butter yellow.!
One caution: don't overdo tne poia
innlrsct I9V' Cllit TrilVht hf
worn with orange leather bag and 1
shoes, but- better let tne hat and
gloves be also of navy.
U I If Ft- IS k. x--y- i
" ;.V,' i I i
Up and downl Busy at playi
Children burn up 8ner;y all
tlnlimi. HOYAL GELATIN
helps replace it 4 bfg serv
Jnjs in each package.
' is 7 fiforious fiavorsi
MoU morrioges ore happy. It's
' the living together ofterword thot
causes all the trouble.- eat
' 5 .: .' i l 1 t
FACING THE FACTS A grocery stori ''formally goes out 6f business near Tort Worth, Tex.', with ; branches would be working
the erection of this sign reading, "Opened by Mistake." Management explained that fee store has ; projects to. make their part of
consistently lost money since its opening 18 months ago. y s ." r '; ' 'world-wide contest -.1 J .syce
Pope Pius Chats
With Danny Kay eT'!
VATICAN CITY, April H (UPi
Pope Pius XII 4 chatted Micflt
with comedian Danny Kaye today
durina a eeneral audience for 8
The "newly elected president' of;000. P??" the Vatican's-Conf
i...k m m r ; i isisionai nan. r.
tion, Dean R.. Shulf, announced' !"$JLe" 2&
When the Pope was told who Kaye
was, he talked for a few moments
FRA Will Sponsor
'Mrs. U. J. II3YY'
today the National Association
plans to elect a "Mrs. U.S. Navy
wiui uie cumeaian neiore passma
The FRA. an orBan-zatIon made 00 ou,e" ue wrong. ...
up oi career navy and Marine
corps enlisted men, has recently
received the approval of the plan
from Vice Adm. J. L. Holloway,
jr., tne thief of Naval Personnel.
Th FRA in sponsoring the con-
. L. .1 I. 1.1. 1
iei uupec, uirougn lavuiauie puu-i i.jn. rnn.a.Fina
ncity to enhance the prestige or ii u;.. cZL.Zr. a.n ZlZ
the enlisted Navy maa 1 and tis SLtr?tUSi,.S lHfr.
family in the eys of the American 0?? ,m'
public, as well a, the service at' fe
CLEVELAND, O. (UP) Tli
Cleveland Orchestra marked thf
25th anniversary of its home by
Although plans have' nnt i -retjOnr f his wife.
The industrialist built it in mem
nAon mirla iim iha nrAoiriant I ,'. akt
vwu aataauv auill UIVWUVUI t' i T(
stated that certainly the lp call Rules of the contest will be disti
on buted to the local naval cow
thetmands with the nomination fornft
success. Shuff added. . S
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TETRSDAT, APKIL IS, 1331
Social ana Xstnenvi&e
Qraces Wedding Qom
, ... ..........
2-0740 m 3 V14I Ltmmm 9.-00 A aha, mlf
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gave a bridge party at their quar quarters
ters quarters at Quarry Heights on Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. The eight guests arrived at
4:00 D.m. and stayed on for a buf
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A c, wt 1 ;
CADET-MIDSHIPMAN JOHN MORRIS FAHNSTOCK, son of Mr.,
and Mrs. John M. Fahrustock of Cristobal, C. Z., has been pro promoted
moted promoted to Cadet Officer at Kings Point, New York, with the
rank- of Ensign. Cadet-Midshipman Fahnstoek was graduated
from Cristobal High School class of 1952. He is -at present
completing his fourth and final year In the Cadet Corps.
! ECUADORIAN AMBASSADOR ENTERTAINS
1 J The' Ambassador of Ecuador, Hugo Moncayo Veloi was
hoit at a dinner party In honor of the French Ambassador
f Lionel Vasse at the Ecuadorian Embassy Residence on Tues-
day JBifht at 8:08 pjn.
'Farowolt Lunchoon Fer
, French. Ambassador -.
I The Committee Trance Amerl Amerl-nue
nue Amerl-nue gave a luncheon today at the
(Untcn Club uTbbnor of the French
. Ambassador, Lionel Vasse, ', w h o,
- together with Mme,' Vasse is go
ing on home leave next weet,
For The United Slates
Mr. and Mrs. Juan Galindo of
Golf Heights left Tuesday for the
United States on a vacation trip.
Buffer And Bridge At
C. W. Kouns
: Colonel and Mrs, C, W. JCouns
Mrs. Audrey Kline
Mrs. Audrey Kline entertained
a few friends at a luncheon today
at the El Panama Hotel. The
luncheon was a farewell party for
Mrs. Mane Arias-smitn. who is
leaving shortly for France.
Andrew M. Wright Jr., : t
SP3 Andrew M. Wright, Jr.,
wno nas oeen visiung with his par
ents Col. and Mrs. Andrew Wright
oi ranama tor tne past ten days
en mesaay lor tne united states.
He will be stationed at Ft Ord.
California. j ..
Farewell Luncheon For
Mrs. Marie Arias-Smith
Mrs. Juliets Moses and Mrs. Ju-
lieta Arias Borda will be co-hostesses
at a luncheon in honor of
Mrs. Marie Arias-Smith on Satur
day at tne Army-Navy Club. Mrs.
Arias-Smith is leaving for Europe
in the early part of May to loin
her sister Miss Elida Arias, who
is attached to the Panamanian
Embassy in France, and her
grandson Julio, who is studying in
fans. . i
Returns' From Cbcte Rica
- Mr. Joseph R. Cunningham re
turned yesterday by plane from
Costa Rica where he was official
delegate to the Inter American
Tourist Congress in San Jose..
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis H. George
announce the marriage of their
daughter. Carol Ann George to
Mark K. Kuehn, son of Mr., and
Mrs. Theodore Kuehn of Wilming
The weddme took Place on Sat
urday at the Grace Lutheran
Church,. Broom a 1, -Pennsylvania,
with Reverend John A. Man offi officiating
ciating officiating at the private ceremony.
Members 61 tne immediate fam
ily were present.
The groom is attending the Uni
versity of Delaware. He was for
merly stationed at Ft. Davis. Mrs.
Keuhn attended Cristobal High
School and Canal zone Junior College..-.,;,',
OPAT Tea To Honor
Mrs. John S. Sevbold
This is a reminder that mem
bers of the OPAT will honor Mrs
John S. Seybold with a tea to be
given at the Army-Navy Club on
Wednesday, May z.
(Contused on rage I)) :
Kve new and special soups from Campbell's
..thanks to freezing!
.WEDDING ENSEMBLE TO FEATURE
LOVEBIRDS, FIVE SKIRTS -
HOLLYWOOD, Apra iMUDr-fso there a ri no seams. It has
Grace Kelly will walk down the
aisle today 1 in a Renaissance Renaissance-style
style Renaissance-style ivory-colored wedding gown
high neckline and long sleeves.
Miss Kelly's voluminous petti
coats include silk crepe sheath
featuring five skirts and two tinyj bordered with 12 inches of lace,
lace love birds embroidered on the
MGM revealed today the details
of the gown designed by Helen
Rose for the wedding of the stu stu-Rose
Rose stu-Rose for the wedding of the stu
dio's prize star to the prince in
Monaco..'. i;v ..
The announcement said SS per
sons spent sue weeks creating the
bridal outfit, tne cost ot wnicn
would be prohibitive if made by
a private couturier."
The bodice of the gown was
made by two pieces of rare rose
point lace,- embroidered together
a hooped petticoat of tiny organdy
and lace rufles, another petticoat
of silk taffeta covered with ruf ruffles
fles ruffles of nylon tulle, and another
petticoat of taffeta and net which
forms the 3-12 yard tram
The overskirt of the gown made
of heavy taffeta, is bell shaped
and fastens in the back with three
bows. The bride's circular veil of
silk net has been embroidered
with rose point lace, thousands of
tiny pearls ana two love Diras.
i The, veil rests on a Juliet -cap
of rose point lace and a wreath
of 'orange blossoms"' with leaves
made of pearls.
- V"- f
' Mri. Emma'di Tejada -Ljna, widow of attorney y.':
! Wirgilio.Tejada Luna. advisei tha clients of htr
' lata husband that tney should -visit tho offic'ai ofl
attorney Oscar Ucros C., at Third Street No. 5-74, v
Tela. 2-4783 and 2-4662. P. 0 1643 at soon
as possible to discuss matters concerning; them.
COMMON-SENSI RULES FOR
TEEN-ACE BOY WHO DATfS
Tips for teen-age boys:
If you want to keep a girl think
ing you are pretty special, don't
hang around her house day aftr
day. Once her family starts to
groan every time they hear your
car .roar into the driveway the
girl will start feeling apologetic
about you and that's fatal
Get to your feet even if you
have been sitting on the back, of
your neck, when a girl's parents
come into the room..
And have something to cay to
them, too.- If you can talk to a
girl for three hours, you -should
be able to talk to her parents for
If you want to impress he. fa
ther don't refer to your dad as
"tne oia man." .-
Don't think youH be making
headway if you brag in front of
her parents about bow you told a
teacher off, how many courses you
are failing, how fast your -car wii
Is There A Law Against
' N Cleanliness?
If you have enough enerer' to
drive across town to see a girl
you should have enough to get out
of your faded Jeans and into some
thing, more suitable for a date.
like slacks and a clean shirt with
tha tail .-tucked in. ; :;
Are you sure you anow low, w
ask. a girl to a dance? Saying
ask a girl to a dancee Ssj ink
"What rare you doing Saturday
night?", isn't the right approach
ume right out and say there is
going to be a dance and you'd like
to take her. -.
If your 'girl's parents tell h?r to
be home at a certain time, take
uie responsimuty tor seeing that
sne gets home on the dot That will
be more appreciated by her par parents
ents parents than you know.
And don't resent it if her par
ents seem to you to be a littlf on
the strict side.' If vou like her
well enough to want her for your
girl you ought to be glad slur ha
conscientious parents. ." -And
the very fact that their let
her go out with you shows hat
you have won a respect from them
you want to live up to. -,
Air Ara In Survey
This apecialized tablet is approved by.
more doctors, trusted by more mothers
than any other brand, you're aura of
accurate dosage. Your child will like
it. orange flavor. Refuse substitute,
get St. Joseph Aspirin Tor Children.
mill's LAicEST voim mm m CRiuioi
iiai i rn h
S H A P1 P Op W ITH EGG
ihat puts SHINE fn yourHair
cX GREEN PEA HAM
We mean very speqal soups. Soups you prob prob-ably
ably prob-ably never in the world expected to get in
prepared form. t
Only freezing makes it possible for Campbell's
' A it uniytree
; ; U'f uwllib it I-jq tring them to you now. Only freezing captures
and holds the delicacy and temperamental flavors
t of these, truly great, soups. Sqbe prepared for
something very special.
BectuM ft is aatart's
wa kairhMutifWr, tk.
f in Richard Hudnut
nriched CtOM Shun-
poo gives your hair
gloriously soft textun
nd brilliant stoea -makes
it ssy U man man-g
g man-g iilkjr and shiny
lubricates tn. hair at
it laasN witb.ai
Mlf ke wasbtl
mi suititisl arSi
"etuhXed ereme ahampo witk ejj r
WASHINGTON. AorB H f UP)
Republicans demanded today that
a special Senate subcommittee in include
clude include the Navy's air arm in its
study of .whether this countrv is
losing the air power race to Rus
sia.: -,; !; -4
Sen. James H. Dilff (RJa.) told
reporters that naval air. capabil
ities are "as much a component
part of our airv power as the Air
J!0rce. 1 -1 r ;.;':i.-,:'v ..--!
"This is not an inauisition but
an investigation to determine all
the facts." he said. "If we leave
out the Navy we won't -get all
the facts." '-i, cvv
Duff and Sen. Leverett Salton-
stall (R-Mass.), the other GOP
member of the Armed Forces
subcommittee, made .it clear they
will press for a broadened inves investigation.
tigation. investigation. ;';;1r;1.?.-.Mvi,t.:;
Thev voiced the demand after
the subcommittee heard a three-
hour, top-secret briefing on Rus
sian air power from Allen w.
Dulles.- director of the Central
2uDcommittee Chairman stuart
Symington (D-Mo.) declined to dis
cuss any angle of the brieung.
He said it was "probably the most
classified information we will
have in these hearings."
Dunes came armed with audes
and charts, presumably bearing
on relative U.S. -Soyiet air capa-
DUiues.,. ., .
The group plans to release most
of the testimony after it has been
screened for security. But it did
not make public even a censored
transcript of Dulles' testimony be
cause of the tight secrecy sur
rounding CIA operations.
Children Of Sch::!
(!s:d Iktrijicus Snacks
wtw'ii i mm" ywi?''1'"'
LCSTT, FLA VORFUlt oatmeal cookies, with a (lass of milk nuke
a welcome after-school saack. And there are nutritional values. ; t-
"..Vx ". '. '..v- '-A V v. ci y'KV-t'XXv "':-
S By CAYNOR MADDOX ,-'
; NSA Feed and Markets Editor.
Studies on the eating habits of mother has, one ready' when he
school-ago children in Rhod e comes from school.
Island, New "Vork, Maine, and ' :
. iuroas;D veaaaceia rviiC9
(Yield: about 24 cookies)
, One and one-half cups sifted all all-purpose
purpose all-purpose flour, 1 teaspoon baking
powder, IV teaspoons salt,' 1 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon cinnamon, cup soft fat.
,1 cup brown sugar, 2 eggs.tbeat-.
en, iVt teaspoons vanilla, cup
milk,- 1-3 cup molasses, 2 cups
rolled oats, 'Uncooked,' 1 cup rai raisins.;';
sins.;'; raisins.;'; .,
' Sift flour,-baking powder salt,
and -cinnamon together.' Combine
fat and sugar; beat until light and
fluffy. .Mix eggs, vanilla, milk and
molasses together. Add of the
flour-spice mix and liquids,, at a
time, to the creamed fat and sugar
mixture. Mix. well after .each ad addition.
dition. addition. Blend in rolled oats and
raisins. Drop rounded tablespoon
fuls onto greased cookies sheets. 1
Bake in moderate even (350 oe-grees-
F.) until done. 10 to 13
minutes, r ,
Iowa show that between-meai nib
bling is an accepted part of the
youthful pattern of eating.
However, Dr. Ethel Austin Mar-'
tin, prominent, nutrition authority
and author' of a recent book, on
child nutrition, points out the pit
falls of the habits -r-. f- ;
Haohazard "Diecing" between
thft rpinilar meals and. narticular-
ly, the indiscriminate eating of
sweeU mav tend to reduce- Dotn.
the, quality, and the quantity of
in,aajri-. iooa miaae.,, ;
The active Time- or "10-year old
needs some additional .food after
school, but the quality of the after after-school
school after-school snack should be improved.
A .servme of ready-to-eat cereal
and milk or Simple cookies served,!
with- muk- rate high as an aae-
quate snack for the scnooi-age
child. In addition to food energy,
so important for the active child,
the .' combination contributes pro protein,
tein, protein, the B-complex vitamins,- and
minerals. All are valuable nutri-
ents for the, growing child ; ? -r
"'at Basle urinciDla' of cl'M guid
ance-is to Set Uie stage su uiai n
is aaier to do the right thing than
th'e wrone. Junior is much more
apt to eat a -wholesome snac u
15 tersons Hurt
Explodes In Plant
" NUTLEY. N. J.. April W (UP1-
A hospital' hydrogen tank explod exploded
ed exploded in the research building of the
sprawling Hoffman-La R o c h e
Corp. plant here today, ; injuring
13 persons. ; 1 . ;
Police laid: only ne nenon te-
ceived injuries requiring hospital
ization. He was can &upec, pi
Clifton, W.J, v v.
The firm manufactures pharma pharmaceutical
ceutical pharmaceutical "siipplies.. including vita vitamins,
mins, vitamins, j
It Is best not to bring names
Into a conversation when you are
talkine in a nubile place-where
Eiou might be overheard. Even
though tnere is no narm in wnac
you say, names have a way of
seeming to Jump out of a con
versatlon end to cause heads o
turn. ' V'
It yon must mention names,
keep your voice low. (
: Wot Oui;' "o
, ll.mUh.s C.nl.byf.ft Ikia Kotiirns In 7 Paya
, Lather your face a full minute morning and
night with mawelous Cuticura Soap. Apply!
Cnticura Ointment at night See exciting new
softness,' smoothness,-, freshness begin in 7
days! Get Cuticura Soap and Ointment right
'away-and to speed relief get amating new
g reaacleas Cuticura Medicated Liquid for use
during tho day. And do try new laiucuia
Talcum with C-8 (Hexachloropnenej.v
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The juice, of S different, gardes.
fresh vegetables art blended into
this famous drink. Youll love its
hvely flavor, and thrive on its vitaj.
. Bess. At mealtime
or between meals
. V-S give, you
want, and the nour-
iihmcat you need... ,
Miii sssiswlsa tarsssfla wh. d. aMnea
r.ois wi:!i fresk creaa...
V.Vppid tit yt or V.sjtrt!;!
Qwip stays sweet fill the can is
, empty or. your money hackl
fluw ot yswr groMr'. .
-fTimt5rAT. AFKJL 19. 195$
TTI FAX AMI Art?.ICA AN rXDEFENDEYT PAJIT NFrTSPA.FFR
Soc a a i J
The Frank L. Mtdures
Mr. ind Mrs. Adolph Wertheim!
oi Miami, wui arrive wnignt nyi president, presided over the first
plane to vist their niece and neph-j half of the meeting and- after in in-w,
w, in-w, M and Mrs. Fred L. Maduroistallation, Mrs. Dorothy Ramsey
of U cangrejo. mey pian to spend
two weeks on the. Isthmus.
Date Changed ...
'The weekly luncheon of the
Spanish speaking club of Ameri.
-can and Panamanian ladies which!
was to be held today at the home;
of Mrs. Blaoca Ripoll in Bella Vis
ta hasbeen postponed until thelUSO on Saturday. The curtain will
middle of May, at which time
new date for the luncheon will be
Aerlf MtetlnV of Chapter
. 14 NARCE
The regular April meeting of
Chapter No. 24 National Associa Association
tion Association of Retired CivilJImployes will
be held in the. Kern Boom of the
' Tivoli .fiuest Houses Sunday ,at
' Thi. will again ie luncheon
meeting and will-be the last meet-
- ing of' the cnapter. Deiore me i i-V..ui
V..ui i-V..ui Convention. to be :held in
Washington, D.C., May 21, 22, 23.
onr.ntative have been select
ed to represent Chapter No. 24 at
.w. nkvAntinn : and isueeestions
WfiiMlons' expected -to be
hmnPht uo at the convention
tt 'nreaented. i
The National Legislative Pro-
sram of the naki,- xno reiu-wu-
f hi. sinn of Contrress will
be discussed and the meeting wifl
be of special interest to aU with
; Canal Construction Service .in view
of the Legislation recently passed
by the House and awaiting Senate
action'. Via lim era iiyw
m- invited to attend.
The cost of the lunceon will be
$150 per person, Jar. ceu ""
kins has expressed a des ire to pro-rr.ii,n(-hpnn
n-...,nm should be made to
CSCi v mwvM- ----- , a
Captain John Ivw, telephone
365. Fred $ul, telephone 2-3165 or
The Sec'y Treas,rBara
Hutchings, Box, 582 uaiDoa,
Margarita Union Church- 1
LiVmen'. Fellowship Meeting i
me Laymen's Fellowship the
Margarita Union Church will meet
unAn'--at !S0 o.nt in1 the Sn-
School assembly room.
Speaker for the evening willbe
Mr. Jack Vaughn -who is the Pro Pro-.
. Pro-. irani Director of the United States
i Technical assistance" Program in
the Republic of Panama. Reserve,
toon may be made ww to attend
' this interesting meeting.
Rosary Arlar. cThoIv Family
, Church Installs New Officers
The Rosary Altar Society 'ofilo-
Ot Family -Church- m. Ma,ntj,
ad their regular meeting on Mon Monday
day Monday evening, with Father ? James
M;KeliiVXM3f SpintuaJ Direc Direc-'
' Direc-' tor. In a very impressive Church
ceremony, the' following officers
took their oath of office:- Mrs. Do Dorothy
rothy Dorothy JtamseyV .President; Mrs.
Louise Allen, ice-President; Mrs.
Margaret Larrison, Secrety and
.Mrs. Susan. Rinehart Treasurer.
' Mrs. Ramsey thanked the mem members
bers members -fw electing her and asked
foiithqir continued cooperaUon as
shown in" the past.
The ladies of this. Society will
, take fare ,bf the altar on Rosary
Day at Mf. Hope Stadium on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, May 8. They will -also make
'preparations for first Communion
Day at Holy Family Church on
Sunday, May K. .
" Before closmg the, members
were reminded of the Cake -Sale
tp be' held in the. Church Hau
, Sr. Cc;!, I!::js:n
' Al i::z:rcn? Church
- Sr. Capt. E. Wv Hodgson of the h
1 SalvaUon Ai-mv'.w scheduled to
epeax ai xne unurcn oi iuc
ene at 10:45 a.m. Sunday..
Capt. end Mrs. Hodgson from
London, EnglandV'have served id
the Canal Zone, and Panama as
divisional officers of their organiz organization.
ation. organization. Their first tour of duty in
from 1943 tit 1947.
the second from 195$ to the pre-1
- sent time. They also served- for
V six years in Trmiaao ana jamai
. ca. The Hodgsons plan to return
to England for furlough and reas reas-aignment,
aignment, reas-aignment, leavipj the, Canal Zone
in May; v'.--'--A
The Hodgsons, have been in
. charge of six churches in the Can
al" Zone and Panama,; as well as
several social agencies on the Isth
on- Sunday, April
22 after-bo th
Mrs. .Louise Allen
too over as President.
Hostesses- for the evening were
Mrs. George Bonnau and II r I
Margaret Larrisoif. : -:
Madge" Letka Theater Of Dance
To Present Annual Recital
- The Madge Locke Theatre of
Dance will present their annual
lrecital at the Cristobal YM.CA
j rise at 7:30 p.m. sharp on the en-
tertainment., The dance numbers
are, as usual, a medley of grace
and -movement ranging from clas
sic to light and musical comedy,
Young ladies taking part range in
age from four, w eighteen years
The decor and costumes are in ac
cordance with the dances r which
are of considerable variety.
- Group numbers include "Hunga
rian Fantasy.'! '.'Hit the Deck,'
"Uttle French Interlude," "South
Pacific," and -a -pretty pantomine
f"Come To The Ball" ballet. Trio,
duos, and solo- danees are numerous?-
and include tap; : acrobatic,
comedy, novelty. 'Tickets are on
sale from the pupils or at : the
YMCA. There will be two.- p e r-
formances oi "jjuddics, we sec
ond on April. 27 at the. same-time
and place. -' i
Sunday Tea Dance At Cristobal
;A Tea Dance will be held on
Sunday from 4 to T p.rm at the
Cristobal YMCA-USO. Music r will
be furnished .by. "Gardner's
Band." All servicemen are invit invited,
ed, invited, t. '- ) ; i
Edward Komiske, ;
Former RP Resident
Dies In Oregon
News of the death of Edward
A. Kamlske," an Isthmian resi resident
dent resident for 20 years, reached here
today. He died In the Veterans
Hospital to Portland, Ore., April
15 after a five-week Illness, r
Mr. Kasmlke came to Panama
In 1924 to work for Fuerzla y Lun
Co. At the time of his retire
ment he was superintendent of
the telephone department. In
1944 'he left the Isthmus to make
his home in Oregon. v,-n.u
He is survived by his -wi
Alta. six sisters and three bro
thers all of whom reside in,- t)j
SHE'S COVERED-Seated In
"a basket full of Mexican pesos,
Linda Cristal, comely Argent Argent-tine
tine Argent-tine star, illustrates the fact
(?) that her producer Insured
.her for that amount In Mexico.
Occasion was her American
film debut in "Comanche;" I V
New Liquid Kills
Scientists Discover Easy
DOACHES and ants are the
IV most difficult household pesU
to control and they can b brought
inio me nom at any time, Scienet
ias reeently discovered a colorless
brvith-on insscticid that-not only
mils, but controls erawlina' nets.
It is called Johnston's XO-ROACH.
Dcveloid after years of re-
. search, AO-ROAnf is an invis
ible, odorless, stainless liauia. so
powerful that one application re-i
mams effective lor months. Best
of all, NO-ROACH may ba brushed
on, without hevine-.to move your
pots and pans. It is not a eontami-
Uting tpray or ineuy povrder,
U.S. Housewives' Ideas On Modern Homes
Swamp Housing Adminisfraiors Fan Mail
WASHINGTON (XEAV When heen pouring into the office of the
it comes to female fan mail, a1 Housing and Home Finance Ad Ad-gallant
gallant Ad-gallant gent named Albert Coleiministrator. since he asked the
wins by a walk-away here in the-
. Letters by the hundreds hare
A Court of Honor was held at
the Cocoli theater by Troop No.
13 on Monday evening, at which
time the scouts were presented
their second class badges.
W. J. Peterson, committee
chairman, was master of cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies for the impressive event
The scouts lined up on the stage
holding a lighted candle, ; with
the house lights out and listened
intently as Capt. William B.
Tucker, commanding officer of
trie- Rodman Naval station,
thanked the Scout committee for
helping these boys to become
good citizens and expressed his
pleasure at the manner In which
the troop Is carrying out the
high ideals of the movement.
After the oresentation of the
badges Pee Wee Linfors enter
tained tne boys ana parents, wim
three numbers on his clarinet
and Douglas Wicks rendered two
western numbers on his accor
Refreshments, eonsisttrisr of
cookies, cakes and soft .drinks
were served and the Court of
Honor closed after Scout Master
Dewey Frier eave the benedlc
tlon. -.V' i.i --.'".. .-.'f- ff'i
Canal ZonGirI Scoats
Arts and rjrafta made .by. Ca
nal Zone. Girl Scouts during this
past year will be exhibited to he
public from 4:30 p.m. tomorrow
through Saturday night on both
sides of the Isthmus. i
District I exhibit will belin the
lobbv of the Washington Hotel,
District II will show their crafts
in the Palm Room or tne Bamoa
Y-M.C.A.'and the District m dis display
play display will be at the Fort Clayton
Youth center- .
' Trelimlnarv Selection will be
madfl of articles for the "Ameri
cana" v Exhibit at r the; senior
round-up June 29-July 11 In
Highland State Recreation Park
in Michigan. This encampment
will bring the eight girls of tne
Canal. Zone round-up patrol to together,
gether, together, with ; more .than 5.000
teen-'as Girl Scouts and Adult
Leaders from the 48 states, Alas
ka, Hawaii and Puerto Rico,.
Semi-final "ludeinjt will take
place on April 24 and 25 at the
wasnington iiotei ana tne una is
will be held on the Pacific side
(place to be announced) on April
27 and 28.' '-.T-fxJ
, District I und District in Girl
Scouts may contact their troop
leaders for instructions concern concerning
ing concerning the delivery of their entries.
Girl Scouts of District II may
take their entries to Mrs. John
Hagborg after 1:30 p.m. tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at. the Balboa Y.M.C.A.
Ssys Reds Sc:!it3
lc:t:x Of Vcrli
; KEWARK, N. J., Aprfl 19 (UP)
Gen. Carlos P. Bomulo, Philip Philippine
pine Philippine Ambassador to, the United
Nations, said last night Russia's
goal js still "world conquest."
Romulo, speaking at a New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey state Chamber of Commerce
dinner said whatever the ."zigs and
zags of Russian policy, the goal is
Stll world conquest."
The Philippine leader said Rus Russia
sia Russia still believes "conquest, of the
world iby Communism is inevit-i
able." K A
Romulo said modern technology
"has annihilated the Pacific Ocean
making Asia America's next door
npiehhor in terms of national secu-'
rity. -J ; "J
"The United States needs friends
and allies everywhere, but mostly
in Asia," be said '. ","
Way to Kill Crawling Insects
contains no DDT, no sodium la la-oride,
oride, la-oride, and no phosphorus.
ElfcctiTe for Months
Simply brush Johnston's
XO-EOACH wherever roaeh.s,
ants, silverflsh or vaterbujrs are
found, around kitchen cahineti
and sink woodwork, on baseboards,
window sills and door sills. Insects
that walk over the coating become
paralyied and die' within two mt
three hours. The coatinr will con
tinue to kill all insects that walk
over it for months to com.. .
Guard .trainst crawling: insects
this modern NO-ROACH way.
8 os. 89f; pint U3; qt. 82.93.
housewives of America to express
(their views on what the modern
home should be like.
'Vvhat a joy, jots a lady from
Michigan. "Iam. elated to find
that serious "study is being given
to the designing of homes that
will more nearly meet the needs
and desires of the American
1 "I was thrilled with the sliding
doors on our closet until I found
that i my four children constantly
get them stuck," reports a mother
from New York. "They sound
good but they are difficult to clean
on the inside and the tie "racks
and shoe bags have no place to
' "The biggest trouble with : the
present day houses, is the kitchen
is too small," wTitts a woman
from Ohio. "The : broom closets
aren't, made for upright sweepers
and ironing, boards."
"Why can't we eat In the kitch kitchen?",
en?", kitchen?", asks a housewife from Mis Missouri.
souri. Missouri. "To seat the five of us in
a modern kitchen is like the pro proverbial
verbial proverbial sardine. We don't want a
snack" bar. We want a table with
the five of us around it.f j-
To date 1,500 such letters have
been received by Cole; who is .in .inviting
viting .inviting 100 housewives from. all
parts of the country to come" to
Washington for a. Woman's Con Congress
gress Congress on Housing. V.i",; '"': .:
Uncle Sam will foot all the ex expenses.
penses. expenses. Some of the. letter-writers
will be invited and a number of
the suggestions will be discussed
it the meeting., .
Disillusioning at It may sound,
Cole has turned this whole mat matter,
ter, matter, letters and all,, over to a wom woman.
an. woman. She's Miss Annabelle Heath,
Assistant Administrator of HHFA.
Miss Heath will be in charge of
tne tnree-aay congress. Me nas
already given the letters close ana analysis.
lysis. analysis. ., ... j
: "They indicate that the Ameri
can family Is growing- closer to
gether rather than -farther apart,
and that the bom has again be become
come become the center of attraction," she
concludes- .. -..
. .."The women of America look;
upon the home not simply as a
place .of shelter where members
of the families eat and sleep and
then go 1 their merry, r separate
ways (between those necessary ac activities.",
tivities.", activities.", ' '
:j 1 I
v LJ OiV i.wLw.J
i, ' 1 m' m J
' ; Eepdally prepared for :
' f''" you in famous kitchens, r 1
t I .... n.. i. i j.:.bt:. Jt. I 1
i riuwji WMua wig ihuih wu vi wu- M
X ,, def chicken are all ildllfully blended Iri 3
' ; .. savory golden broth to tempt your ..
l,;tjte,i k- '.".-v;. s -1 iv
J V Enjoy it once, and yooU want to hive II
delicious, convenient HEINZ Chiclcen f C 11
v;:. Noodle Soup offtn t, V
1' ("Si'' v '
US HOUSEWIVES Outline Soc
ANNABELLE HEATH: In the
kitchen, room for the family.
She Indicates that many of the
women have expressed a, desire
for a. family type of room that
would be something like the old-
"They emphasize that when they
speak of an old-fashioned kitchen
they don t mean giving up any of
the modern, labor-saving devices.
They -want space and warmth but
not. the drudgery of the old-fash
From statements about their
husbands occupations and in
comes, the majority of the letters
come from middle-income, families
living in houses ranging in price
from $10,000 to $25,000, according
to Miss Heath. v
1 0ne dissenting opinion on this
operation comes from Rep. James
Quigley (D-Pa. who says the
Housing Congress is a "ridiculous
waste of money." He feels the av
erase builder knows what a worn
an wants in a home and "makes
every effort to keep abreast of
these detures.t a .n
HHFA officials claim the meet
ing is, worthwhile, however,: and
they're Koing ahead. As evidence
they point to the stacks of letters
from ail the ladies who are writ writing
ing writing Cole." ,w
ttik Mtlct for lBc!niMi la thta
should labmittrd to- type type-ritlcD
ritlcD type-ritlcD (aim an railed to nc (
the pox number) listed dolly in "So "Social
cial "Social and Otherswbe," or deUvtred
fcyShaad to Ui olfire. Noltrr,
neeunfs cannot b accepted b; Itlo-
Bbwaa. -. f ; ,
Paraiso Civic Council 1
To Meet Tonight
The Paraiso Civic Council will
meet tonight in Uie Science Room!
of the Paraiso School. Report .of i
the Shirtsleeve Conference, t h i
Congress of matters of impor
tance, and the trip through the
Canal will be discussed. i
TOLEDO. Ohio -UP)- Marilyn
Monroe had her tonsils removed at
Mercy Hospital here recently. The
blonde and blue-eyed patient is
seven years old. .:
BUG MAN That old cartoon cartoon-'
' cartoon-' ists' standby,, the. "future man"
with antennae coming out of his
helmet, has. arrived. He's Ray
Wonacott, employe at the Han
ford plutonlum plant in Rich Rich-,
, Rich-, land,, ;washT". Antennae ahd
throat microphone re Used to
report by radio -tho radiation
Intensity in a "hot" zone at the
plant. This speeds recording of
. radiation readings taken on the
round detector Wonacott : Is
holding. Special clothing pro protects
tects protects Wonacott from radiation
in the plant, operated by Gen Gen-"eral
"eral Gen-"eral Electric for the Atomic
Energy Commission.; v';;-;'
On Whin, Jockey
Gets Point Over
PROVIDENCE. R.I. UP) -While
Bruce Williamson was con conducting
ducting conducting a record program over ra radio
dio radio Station WHIM, his wife phoned
to say that their two-year-old
daughter had locked her out.
Figuring that the radio would
be on at home, Williamson ad addressed
dressed addressed to his daughter .a stent
warning of what she might expect
unless she unlocked the door.
Mrs. t Williamson phoned back
, soon afterward to report that the
.ui h.i i. i..- i
Keep Your Juvenile Delinquents
' Out of Mischief Buy them a real
Juke Box for their game room.;
' ,.; Complete jukes, rigty tt location,
25 or 60 cycle. ... I ;!. $60.00 :
panAMusica s. a:;
t MONTESERRIN STREET j
between Trott the Cleaner and the Tropical Theater'
l. Phone 2-90IJ '
, Quicky before jce dismantle them for parts
!. IAST PERFORMANCES
Fri. Sat. Sun. ; u.
planning to "do things". this "weekend? ,' f.
Then. include a' visit td the air-conditioned
BELLA VISTA ROOM. Lovely to look at,
. delightful to hear Elsa Miranda aingr- r ; r "r
r 8:30 and 11:30 p.m. V,; '.
and DANCE to CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA
' .and enjoy the latest hits by Elsa! 1
x Minlmuni $ per person .
; plan, too, to bring the family to our'
, SUNDAY BUFFET DAJsCE r; il : :
' 11:30 a.in. '3:30 p.ni. Balboa Room 1
Boon to Sunday late risers! Breakfast and lunch rolled Into
one. A really delicious Brunch menu of several temptine
dishes. Choice ; of complimentary cocktail. Asrarrara at
the organ, and Eric the Great, balloon man and magician.
toi entertain. Only $2.25 per person. ,
r r Enjojf fonntU-Ut thnptt than jam lklnk-o'l let Fanamil
,, w W ,
, Call Max, 3-mo
line, ol itan,r rbo e .. ;
k Central Ave. & 20 JV
CAKBOi S. A. CcnlraiThcarr,
Across from ...
Auto" Pay Bill :
DETROIT (UP) Mrs "Cop "Cop-pthe
pthe "Cop-pthe "A. Dubay gave b' 1953
model car to a garage to jjy for
repairing another car she struck.
Mrs. Dubay acknowledged she
was- at fault and said giving lef
own car away "was the only I $ht
thing to do" because she- dn't
have insurance.. . -.
Referee Johq Ml Wise convicted
Mrs. Dubay of driving without cm
caution but suspended sentence IP IP-cause
cause IP-cause of ber "refreshme attitiffla
of responsibility towards another
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BELLA VISTA C0MAJ1S5ARY
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THURSDAY. Arm, IS, '.lid
'n t -'"!' 11 -' n t T rr ': n -1 1 "- ' .V:.
booby Bra gan- Metes: UMOines. i mMmlt.
Pirate Manager Accuses Team
1 Of Committing 'Mis-executions'
: BY CARL LUNDQUIST :
Z NEW. YORK, April 19 (UP) Even at this early
date it seems like a good time to pick losers in the
" major league pennant races and don't bet against
: the Pirates, Orioles and
Manager Bobby Brawn of the
Pira.es already has started fin fining
ing fining his players for what he calls
"mis-executions' and he really
: Is going to sock them for up to
k $1,000 lor violation oi me 1 a.m.
.curfew. He claims the plants,
;who have won two to a row
from the Bucs, are an ordinary
second division team and., that
the Pirates may beat them out.
By now the Fixates must teei
like the poor pre fighter who
took a terrific batterinr but
whose manager kept insisting
that "the other guy isn't
touching you." The prfce fight fighter
er fighter rejoindered that the man.
ager better get after the refer
ee then, because somebody was
bo train r him to nieces.
Thn Pirates, at least made It
tough au. tne way oerore losing
to the Giants on both days. Wil
ls lie Mays had to single home the
WUiil44J)( kill 111 W4B IBUD.VI
inlnth. for yesterday's 5-4 Giant
victory.-', a :
The Yankees nounded out a 9-
5 triumph: over the Senators at
- Washington, maxing a tohu 01
!19 runs in-two aays againsi me
hapless kurlers of Wholly Dres Dres-i
i Dres-i .sen. And at Boston, the Red Sox
came from behind to defeat
J Baltimore, 8-4, making it 18 tal tal-.
. tal-. lies in two days for the Boston
ians against the feeble fllngers
; of Paul Ricnaras.
" The Kansas City at Detroit
game in the American was
called off because, of cold
weather and there were no
1 others scheduled in e'ther loop.'
- The Giants led comfortably, 8-
0, against the. Bucs on early ral-;
, lying that featured successive
, homers by Foster Castleman and
Gall Harris. The Pirates kayoed
, Ruben Gomez in the fourth with
three runs, one on a homer by
Frank Thomas and the- same
Thomas put them ahead with a
secona nomer m me sevenui.
Trailing, 4-3, the Giants put a a-cross
cross a-cross a barrage of three singles
and a walk without scoring, in
. the ninth. Harris being tossed
j out at second trying to stretch
' his hit. Al Dark, with the bases
loaded hit I sacrifice fly and
Mays followed with the game game-"
" game-" breaking single that was ; over
the head of the left fielder and
would ordinarily have gone for
, extra bases.-' ;:,:,. .v;
Billy Martin drove in four
Miami Makes Winning Debut
In International League Play
NEW YORK, April UP)-1
The intematldnal League's open
ing program oi tnelu5S season
. provided the Miami Marlins with
a successiui aeDut ana new man man-,
, man-, agers Ed Lopat and, Phil Cavar Cavar-etta
etta Cavar-etta with their first headaches.
'i The Marlins; playing Jbefore
a wildly partfean crow at Mia Mia-,
, Mia-, mi,, scored five runs fa the
third inning and went on to
5 whip Cavaretta's Buffalo Bl Bl-m
m Bl-m sons, 10-3, last night
. 4 All UUIC1 1UKU- guinea, tllC
Toronto Manle Leafs downed Lo-
. s mcnmona Virginians, s-i.
V M- II I 1 1 ... ....
ind Havana sugar Kings edged
fine Rochester Red Wings. 3-2.
The Columbus Jets posted a 4-3
. victory over the defending cham cham-(ion
(ion cham-(ion Montreal Royals In a day
fpener at Columbus.
At Richmond, Sam Jethroe's
. "wo-run nomer in tne third to tolling
lling tolling gave the Leafs their win win-v.ii"
v.ii" win-v.ii" margin. Ed Blake held the
Jijvirftlnians to three hits, while
UlVcnto garnered 'six' off Jim
)yposi : '.
Forest Smith's two-out homer
,.. j-jj .....
Hr.laster Your Game .1 No. 6
IHavel" Keep Ey8"On Ball
By JACKIE BURKE
Mtstor of rho Mastort
Written for NBA Strvico
A golfer hits a bad shot and he
Jurns to somebody and wants to
4N"uw wnai ne aia wrong.
"Looked up," somebody
iinutter, sagely. ', 5 ;
'u. This is on of those intprpslinb
itlle golf fables which seems to
ave jasiea inrougn tne years, un-
ss you actually try, looking up
next to impossible during the
..iwing. The old "Keep your eye
m the ball" is worthless advice.
J What happens when a golfer
rWooks up is that he pulled back.
" The head may move back and
Worth during the swing, but never
nip and down. t
Before you hit the ball. I defy
ou to take you eye off it
After you hit. it, what difffr difffr-rnce
rnce difffr-rnce does.it mak. where you
look? I said in my book, "The
Natural Way to Betier Golf? (Han-
r.fcpr llmiCA, thnf chm4 !in fa
ll P. TJie only jthrill in golf is
-watching where the bail goes,
. y. moving your Ma uo and
down you ruin the whole purpose1
Senators in the cellar derby.
rung as the Yankees beiaoorea
five pitchers in coasting to
their trlnmpb at Washington.
Pete Runnels hit a homer for
the Nats, their fourth in two
games, Johnny Kucks was the
victor although he needed re relief
lief relief help from Jim Konstanty.
The Red Sox cashed In on a
six-run rally In the fifth Inning
in which 12 men came to bat
Jimmy Fiersall drove in two Bos
ton runs to tne 8tn-mning wnn
a single and six other Boston
batters batted in a run apiece,
f Bob Porterf ield was tanned for
two-run homers in the first to
nlng by Gus Triandos and to
the fourth by Tito Francona, but
aside from that he gave up only
tnree otner ruts.
YESTERDAY'S STAR Wil Willie
lie Willie Mays of the Giants, who
singled home the winning run
in a 5-4 triumnh' arainsi the
Pirates in the last of the ninth.
Death Claims I
Former II. LPrexy
John A. Jcydler :
SAN DIEGO. Calif.. April 19 I
(UP) The baseball world today
mourned the loss of John A.
Jeydler, president of the Nation
al League ior more man ia
years, who died here yesterday
at the age Of 86.
Heydler. a leading figure In
professional baseball when he
ruled the National League with
an iron hand, died at rest
home. He had lived quietly here
for several years.
Heydler was an invalid in his
last years due to failing health
and poor eyesight;
His.wjf&i was at his bedside
when'he djted ?
Baseball commissioner. 'Ford
Frlck called Heydler "one of the
game's neatest figures who gave
everything he had to baseball
and left his Imprint on it"
in the ninth inning carrfed the
Sugar Kings to their narrow
victory at Havana. Vicente A
mor pitched four-hit ball for
the winners, while Cot Deal of
the Red Wings gave up six
Columbus rallied for two Tuns
in the ninth inning off Glenn
Micxens to defeat the Royals.
Ray Herbert went all the way for
the Jets, scattering nine Mon
W L Pet
Toronto . .. 1 0 1.000
an a A U 1.UUU
t ft nnn
navana v; .. ,, ., 1 0 1.000
Miami 1 0 1.000
MTOteeal '..:fv:i,:., 0 ; l-JWO
RicMjnond .. .. .. 0 ; 1 .ono
Buffalo .......... o l .ooo
Rochester . ... . 0 1 e .000
of the address, which is
sure your distance from
to mea mea-the
the mea-the ball.
NEXT: Address over stance.
II:cavx Even Scrios
VQ 12-3 Win Over
Palomas Al Balboa t
Fete Corrigan's Macaws won
the second game in the Fastlich
League niayoiis to even tne se
rjes when they beat the Palomas
last nignt at Balboa stadium 12-
3., .: -' .-
The Macaws scored three runs
to the first inning when they
put together two walks, two hits
and two errors by the Palomas.
They got three more runs in the
tnird, wnen tnree more oases on
balls and singles by Amato rnd
DesLondes iced the game for the
Macaws, although they sevd
six more runs to the filth off
Jeff Kline. vK ..-:v.
The Palomas did all their
scoring in the third when Char Charley
ley Charley French lost control and
walked three men and hit East
man. Norm Pedersen's single
drove In two of the runs.
French was the winning pitch pitcher
er pitcher and allowed but three hits to
the Palomas. The Macaws tag
ged the offerings of Dolan and
Kline for eight safeties. .; ;
' The teams will meet in the fi
nal game tomorrow night The
Palomas will have George Bar Bar-bier,
bier, Bar-bier, their ac pitcher, to start
the game wnne tne Macaws win
go with Pete Corrigan. ,'
The box score: 4 r
Ab R H Po A
Pajack cf .r ......
Eastham cf1 . .
2 0 0 O 0
L. Corrigan ......
Pedersen ss ......
Snodgrass c .....
Kline lb-p .......
Feeney rf ......
Sander lb ........
Rathgaber 2b ;.v
21 3 3 18 8
French p ...
Corrigan P. ss
Corrigan Ed lb
DesLondes If .
24 12 8 21 11
Score By Innings
003 000 012
303 060 x 3
SUMMARY Errors: Ruts, Pe Pedersen
dersen Pedersen 2. Kline 2, Snodgrass.
Runs batted in:, Pedersen.; 2,
Snodgrass. Kline 2. Eberenz 3.
Durfee 2, Hitchcock, Amato, E.
Corrigan, DesLondes. Two base
hits: French. Stolen bases: Ma
caws 10. Palomas 1. Sacrifices:
Ed Corrigan. Double plays: Am
ato. E. corrigan, Kline (unassist'
ed). Left on bases: Macaws 6,
Palomas 5. Bases on balls off:
French 6. Dolan 6. Kline 4.
Strike outs by: Dolan 1. Kline 4.
French 8. Hit by pitcner, oy: Do Dolan
lan Dolan (Durfee), by French, (East
man-Ruiz),. WP: French. LP:
Dolan. Umpires: Williams-Ne
ville. Scorer: Mead. Time: 2:02,
On The Alleys.
With Hq and Ha BtryJ 903d
AAA Bn, breathing heavily down
its neck, the 506th AAA Opens
Detachment still managed to
capture the 903d AAA Bn Bowl-
mo: League diadem. Tne 506 men
coDDed' the title with a narrow
one and one-half-pam mnrtrln.
The lop wound up play last
week with Lt Col. 3. R. Burk Burkhart,
hart, Burkhart, commandine officer of the
903d AAA Bn, presenting awards
in his oiiKe.
i Tod Individual kegler was M
St. Charles Bowers of Hq and
Hq Btry, 903d AAA Bn. The mas-ter-sergepnt
ended the league,
action with a nifty 162 average.
Leadinp a 151 average for a
fifth place among individual
players. .. --''-
AAA Bowling commenced again
uns weea ai t ori Clayton. .,
. 2000 spotless rooms j
Sensible rales tndude radio J
Many rooms with Teltvitlon j
0M Tl.aS SQUASi AT iadio city
' 1 t
' Ev f
CONGRATULATIONS Lt.. Col. J. R. Burkhart' (left) commanding officer of the 903d" AAA
Battalion, Fort Clayton, congratulates Sp-3 Marty Steigmatt,-team captain of the 506th AAA
Opens Det bowling outfit which recently grabbed the 803d AAA Bn Bowling League cham--plonship.
Looking on are (L to r.- Pfc. David Billish Pfc Bob Rosenberg, Pvt. Angle Cas Cas-saro,
saro, Cas-saro, Sfc. Jack Garner, and Sp-3 Ron Childs,; members of the title vylhning, 506th fclub. The
awards were presented last wees: to Lt. Col. Burkhart's office. i,v v W r i :' V'
Pacific Women s
T.A.T. Bridgestone 3
Butcher's salon .... 2
Cervecerla Naciohal Y
Arsi Cola 1
N.C.O. Albrook ... 0
i By HENRY CLARK
': ... '...," '.V,.;,', j
With nrevailine rainy weather
threatening the Pacific Women's
Softball Tournament' At Santa
Cruz last Saturday, which was
later transferred to Paraiso ball
park after the first game due to
rain, the TA.T. Bridgestoners
under manager Eric Carew, cap captured
tured captured the successful r all-day
event which brought hundreds
of sports fans from both sides of
the Isthmus. Taking the conso consolation
lation consolation award was the cervecerla
Nacional team with Lou Gelate
as manager, 't ;" r
In the first game of the day.,
the veterans of Butcher's Sa-,
Ion de Belleia' proved t their
power by overtaking the N.C.O.
Wives, a promising squad
from Albrook, by a score of 15
to 14 in, one of the tourney's
most exciting matches. Lead Leading
ing Leading the pace for the winners
Was Diana Carew. a rookie
hurler who allowed 12 hits and
connected two homers along
w'th those of J. St Louis and
R. Butcher. D. Johnson had
the losers' only homer while
Betty Nessle was tagged with,
the defeat giving up 15 hits for
Rowe's-Wren. one of the .lead
ing Atlantic girls teams, smash smashed
ed smashed an easy 8-to-2 victory over
the "soda-pop" lassies of Arsi
Cola behind the superb seven hit
pitching Ji. Best and master hit hitting
ting hitting of her teammates who
blasted Joyce Anderson, one. -of
the league's best huriers, ior
seven hits including a homer by
C. Layne. ,. v :a,.: cv's,-
.t v''"'- '."
In the other ; contest' which
was continued at Paraiso, the
TA.T. Bridgestoners v touched
their rivals Cervecerla Nacional
6 to 4 with Sylvia Daniels gain gaining
ing gaining the win while P. Gttey took
the loss. E. Brathwaite clouted
the game's only homer..:...
' Opening the second round of
play following a bystander
choice,, the winner's bracket
found Rowe's-Wren 'roing a
gainst the veterans of Butch-
P. A. CLASSIFIEDS
q ht Elimination Tourii ey
er's Salon de Belleia in a 5 to toning
ning toning game -which ended 7 to 0
in favor of the "Vets" with Ja Jacinto
cinto Jacinto Thomas hurling birlliant
1-hit hall for the victory. In
the loser's section, the N.C.O.
Wives tried to overtake the
"soda-poppers" of i Arsi Cola
but 'Were easily turned r away
by a 16-to-5 score with I. How Howard
ard Howard taking the win against D.
Johnson who, allowed 17 hits'
including homers by JJMora-c
les and R. Morgan.
"Maklnir It "two straight the
champs T.AT. Bridgestone over overwhelmed'
whelmed' overwhelmed' the Rowe's-Wren; nine
to enter the championship play playoff
off playoff by a tone of 8 to 3 with Syl Sylvia
via Sylvia Daniels winning her 2nd
game while-R. Allen and A. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards gave added power by hit hit-tint
tint hit-tint homers off of the ace. N.
Best of the losers. Also entering!
me piay-ori pui in tne consola consolation
tion consolation division, were the Cervece Cervecerla
rla Cervecerla Nacional squad who chalked
up a 7 to 1 win over the N.C.O.
--Wives with V. Gittens hurling
in top form, behind three hits,
while teammate R,, Grant hom
; In the championship match-1
es, Mgr. Carew of TA.T. decid decided
ed decided to send Tookfc C. Welsh
who, proved very effective aft after
er after the 2nd inning and blanked
the Butcher's Salon de Belleia
until the seventh' with .the
score end'ng at 16 to 5. D. Ca-.
rew went ail the way for the
losers giving away eight walks
in the f'fth inning for' eijht
winning runs. T. Malcolm and'
L. Garnlca rammed out the
game's round-trippers. s
On" diamond two where': the
consolation series encountered
its excitement, the Cerveceria
Nacional champs touched the
Arsi Cola "soda-poppers" 12 sto
10 in tne tourney's batting car
nival where both .teams made a
total of 32 hits including hom homers
ers homers by V. Walker and R. Mor Morgan,
gan, Morgan, p, ottev eined her Jst win
while' L Howard suffered the de
feat alter relieving p. Campbell
in the fourth to close out the '56
Women's Tournament .; ? :
The Pacific Women's Softball
League extends thanks to ajl
who made this activity a success,
particularly umpires John West
oarneid Mayers- and Dudley
Jones of Paraiso, George fealey.
Tra Barber and Victor Mite of
Santa Cruz, Sgt. Dominpues of
Albrook. and the scorers Herman
Clark and Charles Welsh.
NEW. YORK. April 19--.(UP)
While awaiting definite- wprd
irora Macon, ua., orr. wnetner or
not v heavyweight '', champion
Rocky Marciano wiir retire, box boxing
ing boxing promoter Jim Norris worked
on plans today for a five-man
challengers' "elimination tour tournament"
nament" tournament" starting May 9. 1
"I expect Rocky, to, let : us
know within the-next' lo days
whether or not he intends to re retire,"
tire," retire," said Norris. ; ;
That word probably will come
from a meeting at Macon be between
tween between Mareiano and his man manager,
ager, manager, Al Weiu. Weill conferred
hero with Norris yesterday and
,,then left for the Macon meet
ing with the champion, who
has Just returned from a South
American vacation. ;
Nowis. who said he has "every
reason to believe that Marciano
will say-Tres' to another fight."
mapped out his elimination
tournament to provide either a
challenger for Rocky or a new
: The international Boxing Club
president pointed but that the
Tourney opens at Miami,' Fla.,
May 9, with Jonnny Hoiman oi
Chicago meeting Bob Baker of
Pittsburgh in a 12-rounder. Nor
ris listed the otner three tour
ney fighters as Floyd Patterson
of Brooklyn. Tommy (Hurricane)
Jackson of Far Rockaway, N.Y.,
and world light heavyweight
champion Archie Moore of San
Dle?o, Calif. -v'
These selections are general generally
ly generally to line with the latest rati
Ings-of heavyweight contend contenders
ers contenders by the authoritative Ring
Magasine, except that brilliant
younr Patterson is ranked as
the No. .1 l'ghtheavyweight
contender and is not ranked in
the heavyweirht class. Among
the heavies, the rankings are
1. Moore,, 2. Jackson, 3. Baker,
and 4. Hoiman.
Marciano said at Rio de Janei
ro, Brazil, March 30, that he is
considering; retirtoe because of
pressure from his family, which
wants him to "quit while Iin
still on top ". .; '.
Norris said that, should Mar
ciano retire, he would ask. the
New 'York state Atnietic com commission
mission commission to recognize the tourney
winner as the new champ.
' ir Marciano stays active,
Norr's says he hones to pro produce
duce produce a challenger for Rocky in
time for a September title de defense
fense defense that would draw a half half-million
million half-million dollar rate, plus tele television
vision television and movie fees.
Norris also announced vester-
dav that he ha "patched urt"
his "feud" with WeiiL He said
the-dispute bepanover a disa
greement on ,theater-televlslon
fees for the Marciano-Moore
fight next September.
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" TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Chicago
Kansas City at Detroit
New York at Washington. :
Baltimore at Boston.
Baltimore 200200 0004 5 1
Boston i HO 060 OOx 8 8 0
Baltimore:- Moore (0-1). Fer-
rarese, Zuverlnk Besana 'and
Smith, v v .. v i ,v '.. :
Boston:. Forterfield. (l-O) and
New York 402 300 00O-9 u. :s
Washington. 001 100 0305 9 2
New York: Kucks (1-0).. Kon-
stanty and Berra.
Washington: weisler (n.i).
Griggs, Stewart, Chakales. Bro-
Bragan Reveals Three Clubs;
Interested In Buc Pitchies:
PITTSBURGH. April 19 (UP)
Manager Bobby. Bragan of the
riusDurgn pirates admits three
clubs have made bitr offers for
!jua piicners. :.
it was reported In spring
training that both Cincinnati
and St Louis are ready to go
high for Bob Friend and Vera
Law. Cincinnati offered seven
players for Friend, and the
Cardinals bid $250,900 dollars
- plus throe players. Now Bragan
reveals that Brooklyn also of offered
fered offered four players ior Friend.
Law or Ron Kline.
. Bragan Insists those pitchers
could help them finish as high asi
mux, even though they've wound
up in ine ceuar tne last lour
years. "Don't pity me," aays
Bragan. "I don't have the worst
club in baseball. I wouldn't take
Kansas City for a million dol
lars. As for the Giants, if some.
thing happens to Willie Mays,
they'd be an eighth-place club."
nragan is uign on rookie
catcher Danny Kravits, despite
his. two Tuesday errors. But
several other rookies made
more impressive debuts. Short Shortstops
stops Shortstops Jerry Lumpe of the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees and Don Buddin Neal
only rookie to start for the
World champion Dodgers
scored one run. Neal also made
one error, but says he wasnt
nervous. "After all," he ex explains,
plains, explains, "this is what I have
been working and waiting for
through six long years.".
Neal may have played it calm,
but Dodger captain Peewee Reese
says he "choked up" when he
lose ynr shirt
. on uronn
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. t .(at Jersey City) ...
. Pittsburgh" at New York : -St.
Louis at CincinnatL
Chicago at Milwaukee. :,
: YESTERDAY'S RESItT.TX
Pittsburgh 000 300 1004 9 1
New York 120 000 002 5 10 ; 1
Pittsburgh: Llttlef leld. Mun-
ger, McMahan, Law (0-1), Krs
vitz and Shepard.
,New York: Gomez. Rldzik.
Call ,(1-0) and Westrum,
Only games scheduled, i: '
dowskl and Courtney.
Kansas City at Detroit
. postponed (Cold Weather?
Only games scheduled. I
got his World Series ring before
the game. Peewee-says 5a lot of
things", ran through his mind
during the ceremonies. The Dodger-
shortstop had to play
through 13 seasons and six World
Series before earning the dia diamond
mond diamond ring that goes to each
winning player. .. ;'
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE ;
- TO HOLD BANQUET
The Pacific LItUe Leagu will
hold Its annual banquet to hon honor
or honor of the winning team, Police
AssoclaUon, at the D ablo
HeighU Clubhouse AprU 27 at
6;J0. . i
This la the first tlmo that m.
team won the first and second
halves, of the season, to the six
years f the league's existence.
It is also the first time that the
Police team -won the champion championship.
ship. championship. The Police have the honor
of being the only team that was
jU4 uc league ajnee
its start, six years ago.
This year's banquety will." fea feature
ture feature the awards to the member -of
the winning team, but no a-
wo.us wiu oe given ior personal
achievements, v as to previous
years. To encourage team play,
the managing" nersnnnpi trcA
last year that with the current
season only the winnimr tum
would receive awards. ; '.
Tickets for the banquet may
be obtained from the team man
agers. Since onlv a limit Tinm
ber of people are allowed in
cupy the dining room of the
clubhouse, it Is recommended
that reservations be made early.
ARMED FORCES LITTLE .
LEAGUE ALL STAR GAME
SATURDAY NIGHT AT
ALBROOK FIELD ; 7
On Saturday njght at 7:30, the
annual all-star game, of the
Armed Forces Little League will
be played at Albrook Field Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, as the curtain of the 1958
season comes down. v
Thirty boys, comprising the
managers' selection of five boya
from each of the six teams, will
have an opportunity to show
their wares under the lights and,
in the case of many of them, for
the last time to a little league
The teams have been divided'
as follows. Comprising the Red
team will be the 1956 Champions
from Kobbe, West Bank and
Caribbean Command. The Blue
team will be made up of boys
from the 1956 runner up Curun-
du. Clayton and Albrook. Man Managing
aging Managing the Red team will be Lt.,
Tomlin, manager of the victori victorious
ous victorious Kobbe little lifeliners and
the Blue team -will be directed
by the man whose team;, after
winning the championship four
consecutive years, has been run runner
ner runner up for the next two Tony
Prior to the all star eame, tha
Commanding General's Peroe-
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The President of the Armed
Forces Little League, Capt. Wll-i1
liam B. Tucker, USN, the offi officers
cers officers of the league, members and
players extend a cordial rnvltai
tion to the many fans of little
league to come out and see this
fine ball game and the closing"
ceremonies of the 198 season.
hum iropny win or preseniea W
the Kobbe team by Gen; Heatii
of the Caribbean Command who
will represent the Commanding
General, now absent from th V
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it mlaht be attncua to wove me jeuow wasn t
it. Bob Feller, it would happen to be.
By HARRY CRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) The!
three-year-olds have forced racing w
people to revaiuate tnem as juve juveniles.
For a class of two-year olds
gen' ally considered mediocre.
toe 1935 edition has turned out an
exceptionally fine Kentucky Der Derby
by Derby field.
"There most certainly was an
inclination to downgrade them,"
says Jimmy Kilroe, secretary and
handicapper of New York tracks
and Santa Anita. "In addition to
their performances, there were
two other contributing factors. A
good many were victims t an
early coughing epidemic The
group followed one which includ included
ed included four stickouts Nashua. Swaps,
Summer Tan and Royal Coinage."
The "&5 kids are sending a much
deeper and more exicitng field to
Churchill Downs; May 5, than the
one that went postward a year
aeo. By that time 'last spring,
Summer Tan had blown up after
his valiant attempt to outlast Nas
hua in a never-to-be V forgotten
Wood Memorial, at Jamaica
Running at the D and H .Sta
ble's Needles will be the power
ful entries 'Of three of the more
famous strings those of C V.
Whitney, Calumet Farm and Rex
C. Ellsworth., '
Svl Veiteh of the Whitney Darn
Is sending the roan son of Eight
Thirty, Head Man, 1 out on the
front end,1 the better to clear
things for the stretch-running Ca
i Calumet is. back in the tnicr oi
things with Pintor- Lea and ; f a
With colts like Terrang and
Liaht Magic, a full brother of
Swaps Ellsworth and California
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can i vv couiueu uui. i -r
There are others, of course, such
as Dino Lozzi's stayer. Count
Chic, and Brandywine'a Counter Counter-mnd.
The return of Calumet and the
renowned trainer, Ben. A. Jones,
iftpr four vear Derby -hiatus.
alone is enough to steam up add added
ed added interest In the big number in
Louisville. Calument became fab
ulous bagging five nuns lor me
Roses in seven years (Ben Jones
has' won six), but nothing has
been heard of the devil's red and
blue and the Jones boys in a
Derby was since Hill Gail took
the lead at the far turn, and stay
ed there in 1952.
If Pintor, Lea should win the
Derby or perform with credit,
Willie Hartack will deserve credit
Anlv, heinff chamDIOn
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GOLF WINNERS Winners In the recent Fort Davis AlWServlce Ladles Handicap Golf
tournament Include, left to right, Louise Johnson, second consolation: Erlene Dials, first con consolation;
solation; consolation; Mary DuBois, runnerup; Jean Stirwalt, champion; and Jeanle Alexander, medalist.
Thirty ladieg participated in play with high and low. qualifyinr scores paired off for the ;
competition. Club members plan to sponsor an "open" tourney In September.- v..---
' 11.. m..k.j ..tua tvA am nnk ttnnuffh
trophlesHi baseball or else one more added to the ny tratckey, b utaUo a
. now exist, would do no harm. ' jtijg-mDerby
wh nnt a trftnhv for th Tlaver of the Decade,'" the
pitcher; wrote the editor of The Sporting News, a publication
devoted to such piquant erotica as short flies, long baUs ana
squeeze plays, and when the editor echoes "Why not?" they were
Oofl and running at Rockingham.
hit? on nth or irnnhtf f th last thlnff in the world
Teller-needs: end'sincr he H not- wmftortoiwTrersonr-he must
haye been embarrassed no little when the voters began to indi indicate
cate indicate that he himself was the answer to his own question.
":i 4.Thirwould( Of course, depend upon -how you approached
the subject. If historical value is the approach, you can't name
anybody, but Feller, keeping In mind the time apread, which is
.' through '55. V ;
' When Feller strvck out Ml in '46 to top Rube WoddelPs
. ; total tot a single season, he cracked a record that had, stood
r lor 43 years ana aenea every speea-ouu pu-wcr o
has knoivn. Even the legendary Walter Johnson.
This was a monumental performance, and considering the
' comparative handicaps he worked under, the lively ball, the
ban on freak deliveries, the present-day squeamlshnesa over
' the brush 'back and kindred courtesies to the hitters, it becomes
' 'all the more iemarkable in retrospect.- 1
Tne Big Ones .
t,r..,iia tnm inoken of as Jf a-
bius, Liberty Sun and Eastgate,
i Damnum, recalls: young
Hartack saying tnai ne (wu
ni... i lilralinit nroSDeCt.
"Even then, Hartack spoke of
Pintor Lea in connection with the
DerbyV recaUs Rasmussen, speak speaking
ing speaking for The Thoroughbred Rec Record.
ord. Record. "No other colt has devewo devewo-ed
ed devewo-ed quite so fast or phenomenally.
Pintor Lea was short to the
Florida Derby, but w.s just a fifth
of a "econd off the ; Gulfstream
record of 1:42 for a mile and a six six-...,u
...,u six-...,u inincr mi ud and art
ier taking every im"1bldeu!
in the Anermaui f
elosing on( ramus in
outing at Keeneland.
Pintor Lea is the choice of a
.: t... o mrt racma men to
niake it seVen for Plain gen, Jones
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IGNITED IRISH In spring practice. Coach Terry Brennan gives you an early look at Notre :t,t
Dame's starting backfield for next fall. They are, left to right, Dick Lyach,' Paul Hornung, Dean
Studer and CapU Jimrny, Morse. A little help upfront and the Celts will move the ball as un'nI.,
Most baseball records are Insubstantial and We VtlLLDOG CAGE SEASON GETS
VwiVon. T.n.. that ndur the test of t me are the ones that, bvlluuuj """".w
count: they are the authentic classics. Waddell's was certainly
a classic What other would you put In this category? Oiihand,
. Ruba Warouord'i 19 straight with the Giants.
Rogers Hornsby's A24 batting peak with the Cards.
Graver Alexander's It shutouts in one season for the
Jaci Chesbro's 41 wins in one season Jor the Janks,
-year 1904. f
I And, of course, the Babe's thunderous fops for tht
muscle men since 1927.
-'A player capable of surpassing any of the above classics
would .qualify not only as the ''Player of the Decade," but prac practically
tically practically as the "Player of the Century." The one Feller broke
was in the same towering group of gleaming rarities v t
.From the standpoint of impact on the biography of the
game or the period specified, Feller would stand alone. But
if the selection were based on cumulative value, then perhaps
you'd -have to name someone else.
" Tnese 10 were aroiiraruy pus in nuiuiuum. u n""ji
JBtan MUSial. JOe UlMagglo, jumaiy wine, .uuu.om,
.-'i J . i . i I L.t tint Uanhniioap an1
uerra. Roy tampaneiia, nouin noueiw, d bwmumov.,
idea man, Feller, Of. this group which would be your choice?
- v Myseit l'd stni go lor Feller (he also pitched two no-hitters
during the decade), with Muslal runner-up, and a guy nobody's
mentioning, for the third slot. Little' Phil Rizzuto.
' Nod to Musial
1 Williams had a .400 season and that's a true measure of
fcattlng greatness. But he got it in '41, so it doesn't eount in
these considerations. The chief difference between Williams and
Musial is this: Williams is a big-league hitter. Musial la a big big-league
league big-league ballplayer, as well as a big-league hitter.
As a decade eligible, Williams led his league twice and his
"four best marks were .342, .343, .369 and .343. Muslal ,led his
five times and his four best were .365, J78, .355, .346. ?
Incidentally, Williams' .400 season serves to stress the ei ei-etusivity
etusivity ei-etusivity of Feller's achievement. We've had o dozen .400
hitters and that's not counting the old, old timers. How
many guys fanned 34S batters in one season? Only one.
DiMaggio and Mize had most of their big yean before '48.
; Robinson will be more firmly identified vnth the decade
-r o a symbol than a player of supreme skills. Berra and
Camva cant hope to rate with a Musial. Roberts gives you
pauxe. lie's me vest pirtier in oustvuu. awrwuser aoesn
veivng in mv ru.
ti weka of
practice and practice games, We
Ipretty well let for their opening
ewti.i" miii a vAtrflii team.
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Ten of last year's varsity squad
are returning, ana
...ni.m.ni..t hv two hoys from
I Returning Varsity Men Include
James Reece, Dan Winklosky,
Ramon Reyes, John TtrmVje,
Owen SutherlandJohn Magee,
Dick Angstadt and Edward Scott.
Ud from the Junior Varsity are
vhk. .n lfnnv Morris.-
1 irv,a tms rntrer ooen tneir
(season Thursday night with a
in rut rn Ainieuc liuu-
6 B.nMfuntln. th- Athletic Club
thU year will be Wally Trout,
agar MCAmnur, rea nnjwu.Mv,
T Tmhano. to mention a few
frnm Rhi Btirt Canal Zone Jun
lor College athletes. The team
will be managea oy iwikj my my-Arthur.
, Th -rhedule for the coming
seon is as follows: ;
1958 Basketball scneauic on
April 19. AC Ys BHS.
April 24, JC VSBHS.
ADrtl 27. BHS VfcCHS Marga
May 3. AC vs BHS.
May 8, BHS vs JC
May 11, CHS vs BHS.
May' 14, 'AO vs BHS.
1 If! v WHS
Mav 22! BHS ts CHS-Marga-
a hiinrf twurav voir tnurna
Jment will take place Saturday.
April 21 we rwiv
Golf course.-All military person personnel
nel personnel of Fort Clayton are-Invited
The player chooses his hand!
cap in the Blind Bogey tourna
merit attemDt.inir to select a
handican which will place his
Little Phil does, however, and very much. Everybody says final score in the 68-78 range. I
he was the "greatest shortstop since Hans Wagner," and that when all the scores are in a j
l i alone ought to be gooa enougn to put mm in me money. Tne winning number is chosen from
I Vorlj-. Vim,a mnn jsIt nf their lBtr vn start f)nt tlmo thW th 9."7R area onfi tha nlavvr
lost, Little Phil had arm and eye trouble. Year in and year cominar nearest to the. chosen
oat, when he had it, he was their MVP. score is declared winner.
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ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
TO CLOSE SATURDAY
The Atlantic Little League
will officially close the 1958 sea season
son season on Saturday morning, April
21, at the Little League Stadium
in Margarita with the program
getting underway at 9:30 a.m.
All members of the six Little
League teams have een re
quested to appear at tne oau
Grounds at 9 a.m. and in uni uni-orm.
orm. uni-orm. 7i.v'-::--;
Henry T. Carpenter, chair chairman
man chairman of the closing day pro program
gram program committee has announc announced
ed announced that the morning activities
will feature a ball came be between
tween between two teams made op of
12-year-old boys who have just
completed the'r final year of
Little League balL
Players from the Coco Solo
Braves, coco Solito cubs and the
Coca Cola Bottlers will comprise
one team. and will be managed
bv George- cotton and Brian
Lute, while boys from the police
Pals, Mutual of Omaha and the
Cristobal Pirates will make up
the opposing team, under the
guidance 01 wait Kieeiaens ana
The tame is scheduled to
start promptly at 9 a.m. and is
the opening feature of the
mnrn'nr'i nrorram. s ,.-
Th rntpr nf IflRft Atlantic
League graduates who Will take
part In the bail game is as 10
coco Solo' Braves Brian
Lutz, Nicolas peters, Thomas Ra
ves!, John Riccio, patriot Tnonv
Corn fiolita Cubs Leslie Ell-
yze, Pierre Lelgnadler, Alejandro
Coca Cola BOtuera ueorgei
Cotton, John Cronan, Patrice
Dockery, Robert Rankin, Jack
Taber, Larry Wilder,
ponce pais josepn Biamow-
oVI Tarrv noalrlno nprlr ntrM.
Keith Kenway, Walter Kleef-i
kens, Lawrence Leon.
Mutual of Omaha Thomas
Billlson, Robert Geddea, Donald
Rudy, Charles Tobin, Thomas
Cristobal Pirates Thomas
Drohan, Paul Ebdon. Richard
Herschfield, John Hulka, Ed
ward Green, Lou Sanchez.
After the ball same, the grad
uating players will be presented
with trophies and certificates of
graduation from the Atlantic
Little League. All other Little
League players will receive T T-shirts
shirts T-shirts and certificates of particU
pation in 195 league play.
As part of the morning's ac activity,
tivity, activity, the presentat'on of the
winner's trophy will be made
to the Coco- Solo Braves, The
statistics for the past season
w'll also be announced and the
winners of Uie various Individ Individual
ual Individual honors will be named. ;
After the introduction of the
1957 league officers, hamburgers,
soft dunks and ice cream will be
la the event of rain. th ball
game will not be played, but r-
rangemenu are being made- so
that the, presentations, awards
and lunch will take place as
scheduled regardless of the
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5 Icardl (left) of Pittsburgh, accompanied by his attorney, Ed Ed-I
I Ed-I ward B Williams, arrives, at U.S. District Court in Washington
I to 1 0 on trial for perjury. Icardl was accused of lying to a spe spe-1
1 spe-1 cial House Armed Services subcommittee when he denied com-
licitv to the mysterious World War n death of Maj. William
If ; -V Holohan.
Holohan "Case s Icardi
Acquitted Of; Perjury
. TORtfTMrvrO'M'Abril 19 (UP)
4 t VaHnrfll .Tlldpft -Richl&OIld .B.
! .k todav' acduitte .former
Lieut. Aid L. Icardi ot perjury
J charges nrowin out of the war-,
v time slaying j of j'Icardl's-com-,
Vlcardi was tharged) with lying
'bifore a House Armed Services
' MhonmrnUtee. .'which 4nvestieat
rf th slaving of Maj. William
' W Holohan during. daring, tie-
'Wnd-the-linesi mission in uv&w
iniWorld war.II.S'y' f i -r
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1 But Keech threw, out the. case
on grounds that the subcommit subcommit-m
m subcommit-m wa nnt functioning as a
' competent tribunal" and had no
power to require Icardi to iell
the truth. 1 1 :
"Defense attorney Edward Ben Ben-,
, Ben-, nett Williams had contended
that Icardi had been summoned
, before a House Armed Services
-subcommittee iri 1953 solely to
' entrap him lnt? committing per per-.
. per-. Jury. .
Taxi Driver Wins
NEW YORK, April 19 (UP)-A
xJti driver1 today won a 85-cent
x lawsuit from a woman passenger
" who objected When he dropped
the meter flag while the traffic
light was red after she' entered
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. The Small Claims' Court order-.
ed Mrs. .Venzula Smith to pay
Frederick Schwartz the 35 cents,
plus $4.50 in costs.
Referee Milton M, Levin said
the only smaller settlement he
' can recall was a 10-cent judgment
a few years ago. .
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, Williams also had noted that a
Cdngressional committee to be
valid must have a legislative
purpose in, mind when it con conducts
ducts conducts hearings 'v,
'The government had argued
that the subcommittee was in
terested in finding out whether
civu ana 'military law adequately
covered situations liKe tne hoio
But Judge Keech said today
he was Impressed by the fact
mat no witnesses were auesuon
d by the subcommittee on the
Defense Department's conduct
of the case either before or after
tne discovery of the malor's bodv
in me icy waters 01 Lane orta to
US, Red Chinese
GENEVA, April 19 (UP)-A-merican
and Communist Chinese
Sftr,? JH?f money, past-due taxes on .the
time today to- talk about repa-
"o"ii civiiiBiis ana renouncing
the use of force in the Formosa
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; All indications were that the
talks were; still stalemated after
nearly ten months, of effort. For
several weeks, informed sources
said., Ambassadors U. Alexis
Johnson and Wang Ping-Nan have
simply gone over the same ground
gain ai eaco session.
The meetings have been get
ting snorter, earner this veir
they ran to marathon lenethn. ofl
four and five hours, but. receil
sessions have lasted only 80' to 9W
minutes, witn two-way transla translations,
tions, translations, this means .that each am ambassador
bassador ambassador actually talks a total of
only about 20 minutes.
4J6 :SJ 1:52 P.M.
The Story of the
Lewis md Clark Expedition..,
And ot the Indian Girl'
' Who Made It Possible!
JERUSALEM: AprU 19 (UP) I
Israel and Egypt have agreed to a
ceasefire the United' Nations an
nounced today. 1
The agreement covers a com
plete ceasefire along their much much-troubled
troubled much-troubled borders, the office of the
United. Nations truce Supervisory
organization here said.
Tne agreement came at a re result
sult result of the current peace mis mission
sion mission to the middle east by U.N.
secretary Dag Himmarskjold.
Its acceptance by Israel and E
eypt means that the key objective
of the mission assigned Hammarsk-J
jold by the U.N. Security Council
has been achieved.
It will prevent further clashes
between the two sides and dampen
the possibility of an Arab-Israeli
war, which has threatened to set
the whole Middle East aflame.
A U.N. spokesman said the Is
raeli and Egyptian governments no notified
tified notified Hammarskjold that as from
$ p.m. yesterday orders were in
force on both sides that ho milita military
ry military or para-military forces, includ
ing non-regular forces,. may move
Solon Seeks Way
To Help Joe Louis
With Tax Problems
WASHINGTON, April 19 (UP) (UP)-Rep.
Rep. (UP)-Rep. Alfred D. Sierainski (D-N.J.)
said today he is trying to find
some way to help Joe Louis out
of his tax troubles.
"He-always helped when he was
called upon," Sieminski said in a
statement. "I think we should
help him. I am presently attempt
ing to find a way.. .either by legis legislation,
lation, legislation, by presidential appeal, or
by decisions within the Treasury
The former heavyweight : champ
big money be made in the ring.
Recently he has been wrestling in
an euort to eaten up.-
: WASHINGTON, April 19 (TJP
The Agriculture Department
today received the following let
ter irom K. L. Wilcox oi Wau
' "Gentlemen: '
I have a lot In Waukesha
measuring about 80' z 80'. How
much -will you offer me not to
piant wneat on tnis lot?
"I also have another lot
which is 40' longer than the a a-bove
bove a-bove mentioned lot. For a limit limited
ed limited time only if you act fast I
will not plant wheat on this
larger lot for the same price
that I will riot plant wheat on
the smaller lot.
"Awaiting your check.
K. L. Wilcox
T.s. i note mat mere is a
surplus of peanuts. Since. I like
peanuu better tnan I like wheat
please have your records show
that I am not planting pesnuti
PANAMA, R, F THURSbAT, ABRIL 19, 195S
across tne demarcation une or
pass over that une for any pur
The United Nations spokesman
said "orders for implementation
and assurances to observe the
ceasefire" were given to the bor border
der border forces- of both sides by Israel
and Egypt at HammarsVMd'n re request
quest request I
(Apparently up to Hie last min minute,
ute, minute, however, there was friction
along the border. An Egyptian
military spokesman said in Case
that Egyptian troops refrained
from firing on an Israeli patrol
that approached their positions
near Doir et Balih this morning.
Egypt has complained to the
mixed armistice commission, he
' Announcement of the ceasefire
climaxed 11 days peace-making ef
forts by Hammarskjold. He flew
to the Middle East AprU 9 and met
with Israeli and Egyptian leaders
in repeated conferences which.
sought to reach a settlement,
Hammarskjold conferred the last
two days with Israeli Premier Da
vid Ben-Curion, each whom filial
ly agreed to his pleas for a cease-
Canal Zone Latin Residents
Will Honor Seybold Sunday
Latin American residents from
throughout the Canal Zone are
scheduled together at the Parai-
so Theater Sunday afternoon, for
a cnfpiai testimonial nroeram to
be given in honor of Gov. Joan
Set to begin at 3 p.m., tne pro-
rram arraneed by the congress
of civic councils is open to ut
ireneral nublic. President Ellis L,
Fawcett announced yesterday that
arrangements had been made foi5ty Band; benediction, Rev. John
special train service and fares in
order to accommodate tne sever
al hundred Canal organisation em
ployes and residents of the Auan
' Rxtra coaches will be added to
the regular Sunday noon train,
which leaves Colon at lz.zo p.m
and arrives at Pedro Miguel at
1:24 p.m. and a special roundt-rip
fare of so cents rrom .coion to
Pedro Miguel has been authorized.
Presentation of the testimonial
to Governor Seybold ; will be
made by William Jump, the eld eld-at
at eld-at employe in point of service
in the. Canal organisation. Irrtra
ductory remarks will be made
by Jefferson Joseph, Vice Presi President
dent President of the Congress of Civic
Councils, and Seybold will be in introduced
troduced introduced by Leonard M. Brock Brock-man.
man. Brock-man. DMorama coordinator.
Music will be furnished by the
Rainbow City Community Band
and by the fine Arts C n o r ai
Group under the direction of Mau
The complete program as re-i
teased by the Congress of Civic
Invocation, Rev. Davis A. Os
borne; march, Rainbow City Com-
munity Band, Reginald Prescott,'
S THEY WERE
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fire so that differences between the
two countries could be worked out
against a more peaceful b a c k-
In what would bo the most
far-roaching concession made by
Israel to far, Btn-Curion was rt-
-pertod to have agreed to with withdraw
draw withdraw hi parrels permanently
from the Gate Strip border,
scene of vicious fighting earlier
The question of arms remained,
A U.S. embassy official in To Tokyo
kyo Tokyo said the United States has ap
proved sales of Japanese muni
tions to Syria, but only under
strictest controls that would limit
tne armaments tor aeiensive use.
. The State Department In Wash Washington
ington Washington denied that such perm's
aien had been granted.
Israel has applied to-the Unit
ed States for arms but so tar has
been unsuccessful in its efforts.
In London, British Foreign Sec-
retsry Selwyn Lloyd reainrmea
British adherence to the 1950 tri tripartite
partite tripartite declaration committing the
western Big Three to the defense
of any nation attacked in tne Mia-
nirpctor- Intrndnrtnrv remarks
Jnxpnh. vice President. Conares
of Civic Councils selections, Fine
Arts Choral Group, Heywood, di
rector; president's remarks, Faw Fawcett,
cett, Fawcett, president, Congress of Civic
Councils; selection, Rainbow 'City
rnmmiinilv TlonH- intnwliirlinn nf
ivnuiuvw wac j
r.rtvornnr Rnukman- aHHr
Seybold; presentation of testimojParaiso; Mr and Mrs. C. W. HH
nial Jiimn- mmnw Spvhnlrt-
UelecUon, Rainbow City Communi-
D. Rutledge, CM; National Ap-
inems oi ranama ana tne unnea
States. "",'. !';,'.;.' w...-; .s.w., .s.w.,-In
In .s.w.,-In addition to Fawcett and Jo
aeph, officers and members of the
Congress of Civic Councils making
preparations for the ; testimonia
gathering on Sunday are: Eric S.I
Oakley, Secretary- treasurer;
Cleveland Roberts, Rupert Wilson,
Benjamin Sdley and Ethlyn Blake,
La Boca Civic council members:
Dave White, Kenneth Weeks and
Beresford Gittens, of Rainbow Ci City;
ty; City; Richard T, Burns, Rexford In In-nis,
nis, In-nis, Violet Henry and Victor Mite
of Santa Cruz; and Cyril D. Ather Ather-ley,
ley, Ather-ley, Roy S. Bryce, and Ernest L.
Williams, of Paraiso.
Thirty-Six Applications Accepted
For Seven Ney PC Apprentices!::?
Thirty-six applications hay
oeen accemea tor tne seven new.u" uieu.
apprenticeships, five in the me
chanical trades and two in the e-
lectrical trades, which will be of
fered by the Panama Canal Co
effective next July, it was an
-HAY COUINS. GREGORY WALCOTT V
mm HI IKUI UtE ItOt mm U NU
His statement followed the Rus
sian announcement which urged a
settlement in the Middle East and
served notice that the Soviet U U-nion
nion U-nion insists on a voice in any set
Girls I5 Boys 11
Fifteen eirls and 11 boys were
born at Gorgas Hospital during
the week endine at midnight,
Monday, April 18, according to
the regular -hospital report. Dur During
ing During the same period, 212 patients
were admitted and 207 were dis
The names and -addresses of
th parents of the girl babies
follow:-Mr. and Mrs. D. P.. Black
burn, of Panama City: Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. smith, of Panama Ci
tv: Mr. and Mrs. A. Dillon, of
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. C.
V.' Mason, of Panama City; Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Smith, of Balhea;
Mr. and Mrs. Smvthe. of Paral-
so: Lt. and Mrs. R. J, Devlncen-I
zi. of Fort Kobbe: Mr. and Mrs.
R. Ipina, of Paraiso; Lt and
Mrs. w. A. Baunr of Farfan; Mr.
uu jnrs. y r. wciigr, i vuvuu,
Mr. and Mrs. H C. McDolei. of
Farfan; Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Con-
hover, of Los Rlos: Mr. and Mrs.
O., W. Maatsch. or Baiooa; Mr.
and Mrs. R.
js. Harper, oi Far-
fan; and Mr. and Mra.
Rose, of Panama City. A
Boy babies were born to the
following: Mr, and Mrs. A. More Moreno
no Moreno of Panama City: Cpl. and
MfS. H. V. JamCS. Of Panama CI
Ity: Mr. and MTS. E. R. Ince, of
mi. OI unww mr. uu wub. j.
B. Croney, of Panama City; Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Grant, of Panama
City; Capt. and Mrs. E. F. Cor Corcoran,
coran, Corcoran, of Albrook; Major and
Mrs. S. D. Noyes, of Fort Kobbe;
Set. and Mrs. R. W. Ford, of Lo-
cona: Mr. and Mrs. M. Quintero,
of Panama City and Mr. and
Mrs. P.J. Rodriguez, of Panama
Show An Increase
WASHINGTON, April 19 (UP (UP-The
The (UP-The Census Bureau reported to today
day today that U. S. exports in Febru
ary were valued at tl.354.OO0.0OO,
an increase of six per cent over
January s $1,278,000,000
enounced yesterday at the Persos-
Thirty-one of the 36 applicants
will particpate in the testing pro program
gram program which will be conducted in
Balboa High School Saturday.
Five of the applicants have pre previously
viously previously taken the series of tests
and their scores will be included
in the list of eligibles which will
be compiled for review by the In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Training committee and
the employing divisions who will
interview the applicants.- ..
The test series will consist of
two parts, -written and perform performance,
ance, performance, and will include testing for
mental ability, mechanical apti aptitude,
tude, aptitude, mathematics, mechanical
comprehension, industrial clas clas-aification,
aification, clas-aification, and spatial relations.
Twenty two of the eligible appli applicants
cants applicants are citizens of .the United
States and 14 are Panamanian
citizens. Savon of the applicants
are veterans. :
The eligible applicants for the
1956 apprenticesiup program are;
John H. Albritton Eauardo J.
Arias, Edward F. Armisteadi Wil-
ham R. Bailey, George B .Brack-
ett, Rupert S. Chin. Jay A. Cun
ningham, Robert W. Dailey.
James .L., Pes Londes, Raymond
W. Gargus, Alfred J. Graham, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph C. Hannincan. Jr.. Georeei
G. Harris. Roberto A. Henson.
Robert L. Hummer; Edward W.
Laurence, Enrique B. Llopis,
Jr., and Robert Lopez.
Richard L. Mallet, Hector J.
Markland, John A. McNatt, Philip
N. Moolchan; Manuel S. Moran,
Frank W. Newman, Manuel A. Pe
rez, Joseph d. ferry, rrancisco
F. Rodriguez, Robert E. Rowley,
Leon N. Sharpensteen, James L.
Sikes. Gilbert M. Smith, Alfred T.
tSoley, John F. Stephenson, Geo.
D. Sun. Lewis A. Taoer and Al Alfred
fred Alfred Vega. ;
S)h0P,?,S-r John Gilbert 6raham deft) arrives at the
IZrTI Denw 'or the opening of his trial. Graham Is
charged with murdering his mother, one of 44 persons killed
when a bomb he allegedly placed aboard an airline last Nov. 1
" exploded and sent the plane hurtling to the earthi
Judge Praises Mat King Cob,
Sends Four Attackers To Jail
Birmingham; Ala., Apru 19-:1
iur;wA city mage imposed six
months jail terms yesterday on
iour wniie men involved in an
attack on Neero sineer Nat Kino-
"It Is a duty I owe the South"
tocommend the conduct of Nat
King Cole at the scene of the
disturbance." said Recorders
Court Judge Ralph E. Parker as
he passed sentence. -: ;
in addition to maximum 180-
day jail sentences, each of the
four men convicted asr acces accessories
sories accessories in the, assault on Cole
while he was performing here
last week was fined $100, also
the limit allowed on the charge.
Their attorneys gave notice of
' Two others accused of the
actual attack will receive a. nre-
liminary hearing tomorrow- on
more serious charges, assault
with intent to murder.
That felony charge carries
from two to 20 years imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment upon conviction.
Those convicted yesterdav were
E. L. Vinson, 25, Mike Fox, 38,
and Orllss Clevenger, ,18, all of
Anniston, and Jesse W. Mabrey,
43, f Birmingham.
Clevenger. was fined an addi additional
tional additional 125 forhcarrytne a' con
cealed weapon and Mabrey $10
more ior rexusing to obey a law lawful
ful lawful order of a policeman. s r
All four were accused of play playing
ing playing minor roles in the attack,
which police- said originally was
planned as a 100-man assault
with the idea of getting Cole out
of the city auditorium and tak taking:
ing: taking: it over for a segregation ral.
ly. .-.;v -:
Two of the defendants admitted-they
went to the Cole con concert
cert concert to "break it up." -
The others still fac&g trial are
Kenneth Adams, 35, leader of
the Anniston ; White; Citizens
Council, an outspoken white su supremacy
premacy supremacy group, nd. Willie. R.
Judge Parker, In finding the
four accessories guilty after a
three-day hearing, disregarded
the argument of defense attor
THIS STORY WAS FILMED ON LOCATION.
' -'.:. y INSIDE A WOMAN'S SOUL!
-s-a Ilayward, &s
yv nit 1a f.t
ney Roderick Beddow'lhat
Southern traditions, teeming;
within our j souls, sometimes
make us do indiscreet things."
- The attack "could have result resulted
ed resulted In untold tragedy," Judge
Parker said, k v. v.,-
As for Cole, he added, the Ne Negro
gro Negro had violated no. laws and
since the incident had "display "displayed
ed "displayed understanding of our customs
and traditions." ...
By such conduct, the 1 Judge
said, Cole has won "the respect
of his ;, white friends in the,
Souths .-v,-..--- v; -y. I
. The first Indian, Congress Of Pa Panama
nama Panama was inaugurated today by
President Ricardo Arias at the Na National
tional National University in what is con considered
sidered considered to be a move to improve
conditions for the Isthmus first in inhabitants,
habitants, inhabitants, estimated at more than
The 1950 census showed -48,654
Indians, with the greater portion
(17,350, Cunas), in the San Bias Is Islands.
lands. Islands. The second largest number
of Indians are in Chiriqui, which
in 1950 had 14,288 Guaymies. In Bc Bc-cas
cas Bc-cas del Toro the number was 9,147
Guaymiesr Darien 4,180 Chocoes;
Veraguas 1,691 Guaymies and Pa Panama
nama Panama 1.691 Cunas.
The congress will discuss the de definition
finition definition of the Indian concept bas based
ed based on ethnic and sociological
grounds; the jui'idic-political, cul-;
tural-educative, social-econ o m i c c-and
and c-and health-hygiene situation of the
Panamanian Indian; basis for a
definition of the government's In Indian
dian Indian policy, and establishment of
a permanent Panamanian Indian
Institute. . ,
- Attending the congress' are a
number of Indian chiefs- and the
organizing committee which includ includes
es includes Father Davis, the first Cuna
Indian to become a priest of the
Roman Catholic Church.
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