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. "Let the people know the truth and the country U ibraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, MARCH t6, 195?
. FITX CINTa
' m itiDipEKDEtn lHE.. paiw kewspapk
'See: You lii Heaven
teniart Jo Receptionist
') LONDON,1 March 26, (UP) Or.'John Bodkin
dnied today through hit attorney! that ha tv had told
' nit rceeptionist will sea yoli In heaven' when he was
arrested on1 charges of murdering a Wealthy widowed
v The denial tame in a defense ttack on the testimony
t of Detective Superintendent Herbert HannanH of Scotland
-Yard, who arrested Dr..' Adams. The physician, is accused
W'MisohlhK Mrs. Edith Alice Morrell becauset he believed
he Was going to get a bequest in her will.
Hsnriam underwent a 7,0-min-nte
in Old Bailey today by chier ae
.nnniBi nifffrev Law
renceA The attorney ? lsoald
that prH Adaina had no recollec recollec-f
f recollec-f mftkiner several Other
statements used against him. In
' "I am now Rolnsr W suggest to
you Suit ..plaWSi defense
attorney told the famoua deteo-
A$ Vealhcr Ch ngcs
All Over Isthmus
, Atlahtic-sWe residents, v long
accustomed to wet, cool weather
m Arv nmson. swelterea
iver the week-end when south
winda brougnt. on
" SDell '(" '''' v'"'
ror the first time wince 1932,
j-k. .fvr t.imneraturff in Cris-
tobal rose to 91 degrees, which
wai only one aegree Deww.
mJWMe high of 2 degrees re-
; 4n rrh 1 B5 :
ri'JTched a rninimum, or 55 per
cent lnsteao 01 injpa w
mii tiafiA.1 foe the dryj season
wAnthf in nrlstohftl.
a tea, breete cooled off the
rmr.i 'Hide 3 Sunday whfe a
nlnlmnm Ol t debtees Was" J
...j.m a nilhnti HeichtS. 'NO
r.iiv; nioyed the, relief
."in trind of 90 "degree
weather, ho we ver, ; since pumid-
rvi nniisufti weather waa at
trlhuted to a-;-:'change'-to'-'tbe
iisual tirometric vPressure; gra--Unt
in the r Caribbean which
'control to a major degree ; the
weather n the'lsthxnus:
Ghost From Home
i'sTTNtJERLANDj'' Ensland UP)
Normin Dixon Mid today that
bv th Bithon of J arrow
hat failed to get ri of the ghost
that drove aim -away .'irom an
' ,Tht bishop exorcised the ghost
la an hour-long ceremony last
week, reciting the Lord's Prayer
. in every room. H i called in
- te expel the spirit when Dixan
and his wife said they could not
stand the spook in the house any
i Dixon and his brother John slept
fat the house Sunday night for tne
fii-it tima tinea the exorcism in
an attempt to prova to Mrt. Dix
ia that tha ahost had. cone,
."In the middle ot the night we
- felt bands on our faees, then there
wat a freeting aenaation in my
" Un and tomethtni pulled the
" htxlAlothei off us." Norman said
"It was lutt as bad as before
the bishop came."':-
Will Be Closed
v iThe railroad crotsing-st-grade
n -Terminal Street west of
rront Street in Cristobal, will be
closed to vehicular traffic from
' "T a.m. Saturday until 4 n.m.
Sunday, it has been announced
. by the Engineering, and Con Construction
struction Construction Bureau.
The grade crossing win be
cloud in order to permit the
Railroad Division to'eomplete
receasary maintenance work on
. the roadbed.
, CHS Will Present
Spring Festival ;:
Night Of April'-
Thit year, at in the put, the
JOih Annoai Srrinr Fetivtl will be
preened bv the combined produc-!
tioa ot the Cristobal K rh School! that the "technical program in
band; orcheslra .and choir under! Panama is of special importance.
fri iirectOB of O. E. Jw!ad onj ...
A.'Al 11 at T 30 p.m. in te Crirto-j' Lnoit submitted the report f f-ba'
ba' f-ba' Hirh Vhooi auditorium. -1 ter a visit t Cuba. Haiti, the Do-
Thr is m admifion charge, ninkaa Republic, ifesica, Vene-
tlve, that he never said" those
words 'I, will see you in heaven."
, "He did," snapped Hannam.
"They were "very .staggering.
words te me. I recall them
The c r 0 ss-examlnation of
Hannam, who neither looks nor
speaks like a detective, and con
sequently Is known to his col colleagues
leagues colleagues as "the Count,' was the
high point" of the trial. Both he
and Lawrenco came as close to
shouting at each other as Is
permitted in a British court.
. Lawrence's tactics seemed to
reinforce the belief that Dr. Ad Adams
ams Adams will testify himself.- -
US Guided Missiles
For France, Drifain
May Be In Future ;
WASHLNGTON, March' 26 (UP)
The Administration is considering-the
possibility, of making guid
ed missiles available to- France
as well as .Britain j sometirao in
the. futureit. was roDnrted today.
jtlowever no definite decision has
been reached and informed sourc sources
es sources said the- French so Jar have
made ne k, request. The -White
House said the Question is not
currently under study but .left the
door open, for possible action lat-
,Tbu United States -would retain
control of .any atom le warheads
for such missiles, The President
is forbidden under existing law to
give A-weapona to a foreign pow
er except in time of war,, and ap
parently has no intention of ask
ing Congress to change the lw.
' The possibility of missiles, for
France came up at a w n 1 1 e
House meeting late yesterday.
President Eisenhower and Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
gave 20 key Republican and Dem
ocratlc lawmakers a report on
the recent "Big Two'4 meeting at
Bermuda with British Prime Min Minister
ister Minister Harold llacraillan. .....
Ncv YbrkiPost., J
To Teh Cents
NEW YORK. March 28 (UP)
The New York Post will increase
its' price, from J to ll cents
tomorrow, the paper announced
today. This is the fifth city paper
to have boosted Its price in a
week.- j. ., 1
"The Itity's tther! two afternoon
newspapers. The Scrtpps Howard
iew xora wono-xeiegrim ana
Sun and the Hearst Journal Journal-American,
American, Journal-American, made similar in increases
creases increases last week. .,
A one-cent Increase In the two
mornina tabloids, the Daily News
and the Daily Mirror, went into
effect todav in the city limits.
They had sold for 4. cents is the
city. .5 ; .; ... v 1 i.
Pott'5 publisher Dorothy Schiff
said in a letter to the readers in
today's editions that increases in
the eost of newsprint, wages and
supplies made the price boost
Prices of the Sunday and week
end editions of the morning tab tabloids
loids tabloids and afternoon papers were
Foreign Assistance Prog ram In Panama
Of Vital Importance, U.S.
KASHIXGTOJf, March 28 (UP-
James Mino'to, former director of,
the United States mutual security
progrsra ia Portugal, said yester yesterday
day yesterday in a report on the "middle A.
ratriris" nations, prepared by re-
quet of a tpecial Senate commit-
. WE PULSE
THE MAKINGS of a vendetta
in suburban San Francisco de la
Caleta was reported today by La
1 The paper quoted a letter writ written
ten written by Mrs. Ella Arosemcna Tal Tal-ley.
ley. Tal-ley. in which she made serious
charges against the "Bad seed"
gang "which has been sowing
terror and anxiety in 9th Street.
San Francisco de la Caleta.".
Mrs. Arosemena Tallev Is
quoted as sayintf that the neigh
borhood has had no peace since
"Irresponsible fathers" bought
B-B rifles for their "cruel chiU
She "called on the readers of
'the newspaper to bear witness
' that she has warned the fam families,
ilies, families, of the' boys said to be in
"the gang that if the authori authorities
ties authorities do not taka quick action
"and they continue te. disre disrespect
spect disrespect her mother, or herself
; and to damage her house or
' her ; anlmalv "It Wl) be the
' last time-they do It."
If perchance she Is killed from
ambush, Mrs. Arosemena said,
she has left instructions for
them and every member of their
families, to be finished off.
-El Dia reported today that the
producers of Klim will set up a
powdered milk factory in Pan
ama soon, after having complet
ed, arrangements with tne gov government,
ernment, government, t
. The report said the ti.S. com company
pany company also will acquire a pertain
number of shares In the local
Chiriqul Milk- Company,.
. Professional hunters-1 are a-
larmed over the number of ama
teur hunters who have sprung
un recently, according to a re
port carried by la Hora today.
Tha paper aaia tne proies proies-ionals
ionals proies-ionals are Of the opinion that
government Intervention Is
necessary to protect the count -try'a
fauna, like In other coun countries
tries countries where wardens-' prevent
the klllmir of prejnant fe fe-tn&lca
tn&lca fe-tn&lca Av.amall a.nlmala.'
. The utoe exberienco ei tne
amateur hunters endangers the
local fauna. the : professionals
were quoted as saying," '.v'
The price- Regulating 'Office
issued a communique today ad advising
vising advising that both the Importation
and the. exportation of copra Is
prohibited by law. ,-v.
The communique was issued to
"avoid any misinterpretation.".
Closing In On :
NICOSIA, arch 2(UP)
British Security forces today
were reported" closing on a reb
el oreek-cypnot nana tea per
sonally by George Grlvas, leader
of the EOKA underground. His
capture was expected shortly,
Renorts reaching Nicosia said
about 3,000 British troops had
sealed off a 50 square mile area
in the Troodos mountains and
were moving in on the rebel
leader who goes by the name of
rjignenis." ., ,v -1.
The reports said a regimental
patrol of the Staffordshire Regi
ment naa seen unm ana uist
h was "definitely" trapped.
The near-legendary 55-year-
old Greek Cyprlot chletfain has
evaded, capture a score of times
before. Several times British
troops thought they had -him
trapped but h slipped through
their lmes in the mountain iae iae-outs
outs iae-outs where he has his headquar headquarters.
ters. headquarters. i --.r... ,.r.
There 'wai a $28,000 price on
his head for leading extremists
of the EOKA organization In
their guerrilla fight against the
British which has erupted fre
quently into deadly ambushes
on the roads of Cyprus and in
the streets of the capital itself.
The British "Colonial Office!
haa accused him of direct re-t
sponsibility for the "brutal and,'
cowardlv crimes' committed by
EOKA' in Cyprus both against
the British and against the Tur Turkish
kish Turkish Cypriote.
the Central America
Amonf Minotto's commenti en
the foreign assistance program ia
Panama were thee:
"The rKhnical a'tnea ara ara-fram
fram ara-fram kt Panama Is f pcil
imartnc. This arrii can da
mveh lidify tha frihhia
kttwMI Panama n4 the Uitd
StaWa and U (ncreata mutl wn wn-ritndinf
ritndinf wn-ritndinf an rafclam fcf'w
the tw evrifrtes, aaial'y
ILL A FITZGERALD
Due To Perform
Here Next Month
. .i i ..,.
The versatile jazz singer 'Ella
Fitzgerald is due early next month
for a series of performances in lo local
cal local theaters, it was revealed to today.
'Miss. Fitzgerald had planned fb
tour Europe with the Oscar Pe
terson Trio and dummer Jo
Jones, but the tour was canceled
because 'of the illness of a mem member
ber member Of the KTOUD. .:
The cancellation made it possi
ble for Ella, and the group to ac accent
cent accent an offer to tour the Caribbean
area and to arrive in Panama A-
pril 7, v
Ella Fitzgerald has been in show
business for 23 years. This -year
she was selected as top female
vocalist by Down Beat and Metro.
nome magazina readers- lor xne,
fourth consecutive, year.
The trio, which accompanies El
la is comprised of Oscar. Peter
son, oiano: Herb EUls. guitar:
Ry Brown, (her former husband)
bass, and Jo Jones, arums.
G:n;b3a Psir Vsge
'.jA marital quarrel that ended In
a fight which brought in the neighbors-landed
a Gamboa couple in
Balboa- Magistrate's court today.
The court. was told that' Ralph
Oscar Holder, 55, Barbadian, and
his wife. Jane Louise Holder, 48,
Costa Rican, were tcuffung oa the
. , i j
Iioor, out neiuier wi mjureu
Thev reside in nous 271.' Gamboa
Both were convicted of battery
but imposition of sentence w a a
suspended. sr1 -t
The pair was 'put loa probation
for six months on' tne -condition
that thev not be found guilty of a
similar offense, and that A, h a y
make restitution for any property
damaged in the aaray... ., ; r
Colon Man Bound
Fcr Trial: Assault
On Ulilily Man
, Assault with a deadly weapon
waa the" charge in Cristobal
Magistrate's Court this morning
against Alvin eauarao spear spearing,
ing, spearing, 18. Panamanian, an unem unemployed
ployed unemployed resident of Col6n,
Spearing Is accused of having
pulled a knife on and tried to
attack R, Hitchlnson, also
Panamanian, employed as a
utility man at the Rainbow City
The incident occurred near
the school just before 9 a.m., on
Mar.. 22. - 1
Hutrhlnson renortedly yelled
for help. The accused is said to
haver fled across the baseball
diamond and then, caught a
chlva for. Col6n.
He was bound over for trial
In the Cristobal Division of the
U.S. District Court, -; t,.
Regular service on the Thatcher
Ferry will be suspended frora 4
p.m. tomorrorw until a a.m. niurs-
day, it hat beea announced by the
TV aiKMneiAN sw mmrvf ft ex. I
eesiary during that period iaord-J
erte permit regular dredging oper-i
attons ia that area of tha CanaL
ariibta aut af rnliara-
tiaat InvaJvW m the Canal Za,
The crogrsm in Panama em-l
braces tha following activilies: a
gnculture. industry, tranfportau
he and tamtaUott, education,!
uh..e tdmsniitratinn. and commu-'tra
ity !tve;F The activitiet of j The Incident allegedly occur occur-ihe
ihe occur-ihe missioT'i are elective w erv-!ed in the Mlndl cuarters.
! I..4 .:.. anil tfca nrnrrana 1
should be continued.-
Riffinq Of Canal
Coming Up Soon
A reduction in the number of
mall clerk positions in the Canal
Zone Postal Division it tq De ei-
fected over the next several
months to bring the division's
manpower in" line with reduced
Irt keening ith the Company-Gov
ernment policy of furnishing the
maximum .possible advance notice
of a reductlon-inforce action, Di Director,
rector, Director, of Posts Earl Unruh held
a meeting yesterday afternoon at
the Civil Affairs Building to dis-
cuss the surplus positions with the
29 mail clerks currently employ-
H Of these 29. 18 are now era
ployed on the Pacific Side of the
Isthmus and 11 on the Atlantic
i-TTrtriih nninted out that an as
vat unknown total of the m a i 1
ririr. notations will be surplus to
the heeds of the Postal Division
fn lnwiriff the Jan. l cnanges in
nnstsi sprvicpi. includins- the clot
Ing of the Ancon Post Office, limi
tation!, upon xnose eiigiuie w uo
fh r.anai.1 nntal services.. -and a
further decrease in the volume of
mail handled once au aaarpsses
of individual users csn be correct-j
The director Of, posts and the
Personnel Bureau representauve
present for tht meeting explained
the retention' register s y 1 tern
which will be utilized In determin determining
ing determining i priorities for; the .-mail, clerks
. taeminated from the Post-
tnose reaucea i utvo u -i
nits of f the. Corapany-Governmenv
to the maximum extent possiblei
liuHka Jhip May
Yilh Sugar argo
- The sugar-laden Russian ship
Babushkin was being admeasur admeasured
ed admeasured in Cristobal today with the
prospect of starting, southbound
transit tomorrow morning.
' fenton and Company are a a-nta
nta a-nta for the vessel bound from
Havana for Vladiyostock. She She-was
was She-was built in 1958 and is S3 feet
' rl nahiuhkin la tha first Of
.v... Dimtan vessels cXDecica
. i J
here with sugar within the next
a Panama Canal spokesman
iatH vesterdav that the same e-
rifv maaurea. which were ap-
nlied to two Soviet flag ships
which transited last January
would be in effect for the sugar
carrier. '.' : :
. Thm measures' Included se-
onHt imnertlon and the" plac
4n. nf armed vuards aboard.
The BaDusnaun- om
. . 1 4. -v4m
bunkers hers. ;
Gen. Thomas Harrold
Returns To Panama;
Illness In Family
acTTHimnW March 26 (UP)
n.n Thomas Harroia, vom-
mander in Chief of American
forces in the Caribbean, can cancelled
celled cancelled his visit to this capital
tviT and returned to Panama
owina- to the serious uiness ot
his mother-in-iaw. ne u unarr unarr-stoOd
stoOd unarr-stoOd to have cancelled Intend
. ... j
ed 'visits to Montevideo- and
other Latin American ; points..
" 1 L 11
Mfnrfi DalitV Mail
liHHUI 1UII J lilUII
Faces Charge Of
A Klcaraguan employ of Mln-
dl Dairy faced the Cristobal
Magistrate'! Court this morning
on a charge of statutory rape.
Narciso Chamorro, 39, is al al-legued
legued al-legued to have had illicit rela relations
tions relations with the 12-year-old foster
daughter of another dairy em
Both men are among the 10
or it families who have (juar-
at the dairy.
Ctiaswro was bound over lor
trial the Crit)bl DlviaiOH of
the UA District Court f
Since Jan. 1
Court records of eonvictlons
for trespassing in Canal zone
commissaries have 1 taken a
marked drop since Jan. 1 it was
' Other commissary infractions
such as misuse of privilege cards
and petty thefts also dried up to
a trickle for a time.
The drop irt this type of mis misdemeanor
demeanor misdemeanor has been attributed
directly or indirectly to the
closure of several commissar commissaries
ies commissaries on Jan: 1 nd to the with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of commissary privileg privileges
es privileges front' about 17,000 non-US-citizen
employes who reside
outa'de the Canal Zone.
' In the past couple of weeks,
however, there has been some
indication of a rise in these pf pf-fenses.
fenses. pf-fenses. '.",v; 't
Several causes have been giv
en ior tna improved recora m
' Besides the mere
there are fewer people, in Jhe
commissaries. it is now much,
easier to spot shoppers who are
n,ru.t.J v,i.,l I
wl,a ,i ,,- :., : . '1
;'Also, tt'-ih- jbelieveel .that' "aaiej't
large hoard of provisions
which some residents of Pan Panama
ama Panama stockpiled before Jan. 1
'has not yet dwindled Ho the
point where a heavy tempta
tion exists to enter the eom-
missarlseei: ...,.. -v?' -u.:,
At year's end the '.Canal 'warn-.'
aiues couiu De imposed ior maa maa-Ing
Ing maa-Ing :WegaiurchaseS(;!i).j
Panamanian In Jail
Muicung uie unemployed out 01
money on specious promises to get
them Jobs landed a young Pana
manian in Balboa jail yesterday.
The specific charge was obtain obtaining
ing obtaining money under false pretenses.
Jorge Daniel Muflpz, 26, was con convicted'
victed' convicted' in Balboa Magistrates
Court. . .. :
He wai sentenced to 30 dayt in
jail, plu a fine of $25. The fine was
suspended,, however, on the condi condition
tion condition that within 60 days after his
release from jail he repay $5 to
Mrt. Griselda' Martinez, a maid,
and. to, Pacifico Chacon, a garden
If was last Dec. 13, the court
was told, that Muftoi, in the town
of Psraiso. took the $5 from Mrt.
Martinez on the pretense Of getting
her a $60-a -month job with a Canal
Zone doctor. The money was tup-
... 1 1 j
pvseuiy ior a meaicai ceruiicaia
and other document! he told her
she needed. -After
that, Mrs. Martinez1 did not
tee Munox again until the spotted
him in Panama City early this
week. She called a National
Guardsman and had, him arrested.
Further investigation developed
that the defendant had similarly
talked gardener Chacon out of mon money
ey money also on the promise of getting
him a job, .
they had no driver's license end ended
ed ended in fines for two in Balboa
Magistrate's Court today. ,- -Salvador
Cossu, 23, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was fined $10; Federlco
McGregor Tilt got off with $6.
What Happened In Suez Must
Not Happen Here Dr. Saenz
A round-table conference on In
ternational canals got underway
last night with the spokesman for
the visiting delegates pledging
the conferees to the discusstoa f
problem t which undermine the
sovereignty of free countries.
Dr. Vicente Saenz, professor of
law at the University of Mexico,
said it was the desire of the A A-m
m A-m erica t that what happened, in
Suez should not occur ia Panama
with regard to the Panama CanaL
The conference, sponsored by
ItllT Summer School of the Psna
jsna University, was officially inau-
WASHINGTON, March '26 (UP) Teamsters b6ss
Dave Beck refused today to give his personal financial
records to the Senate Rackets Committee after hearing
a committee charge he "may have misappropriated" more
than $320,000 in union unds.
The committee immediately Subpenaed the records.
The portly and well-preserved president of the na nation's
tion's nation's biggest union appeared before the Committee irro
spectator-jammed hearing room where1 other i-enmfr
cMtrSSti been testifying for three and a half weeks
LL Hi0" char9e's ranging from racketerring to m issues of union
- JVJ 11 111
.As- he had promised,' he
"Committee naa aeminoea
rnhairman Inhn T. rlsllan
t)Ark.) opened the proceedings
Jwitftthe charge that Beck had
taken $320,000 from the union.
i Beck's reaction was to chal
lenge the committee's authority
to "determine or adjudicate
criminal 1 .practices or activi
ties.", jie said h he; would r not
duest for his papers lame,' Beck
i. .T.. n..i.rTr ArLiCIO iMHtnt n
' -t am not prepared to re release
lease release them."
Under McClellan's prodding
he repeated th. sentence, with
emphasis on the "not prepared,"
.His challenge or the group's
authorltv was immediately over
ruled by a committee vote.
Asked If he Intended to re
sign his union job. Beck bark barked:
ed: barked: "I certainly do not."
Asked if he felt bound by the
AFL-CIO's new code of ethics.
which says union officials who
invoke the fifth amendment are
unfit for office, he said loudly:
'T certsnly am not. Ism
only, bound by the law of the
V Beck called the AFL-CIO code
"a violation of the rights of cl
tlzens" and added, "I am total
ly opposed to It"
Visit To U.S.
LONDON, March 26 (UP) A
visit by Queen Elizabeth to the
United States this fall appeared
looay to De definite.
Prime Minister Harold Macmil-
lan told newsmen at Bermuda he
and President Eisenhower dis discussed
cussed discussed such a visit, which would
further cement 'Anglo American
He refused to say more pending
hit report to the Queen on his
conference with Mr. Eisenhower
It was expected that formal an
nouncement of the visit will be
made shortly after he sees the
It hat been reported that Queen
Elizabeth. would visit the United
States to sttend the 350th anni anniversary
versary anniversary sere monies of James
Jt waa understood that the Queen
and the Duke of Edinburgh' were
considering bringing along Prince
Charles and Princess Anne, it
would be the first such state visit
for the children.
gurated by Foreign Minister Agui Agui-line
line Agui-line Boyd, followed by ex-President
Dr. Bicardo, J. Alfaro, who
welcomed the delegates from Coa Coats
ts Coats Rica, Chile, Guatemala, Cuba
- Dr. Saenx pledged the visitors
to direct their discussions ia the
lieht of the late President Remoa't
skan: "Neither millions nor
almt, we want justice."
The round-table conference will
continue tonight with discussions
oa the nature and purpose of in international
ternational international waterways ia the com
munity at state. -. -
1 ; ' 4
ivMo uuwve council on .i
friday to deal, with Teamster :
boss Dave Beck.; T ; r?
An AL-cio spokesman tailed
Meany 's action ia calling tha
KaV 'meetln'- to b?gheld
here, "an unusual procedure
He would not discuss its pur- t
h? 'Wit10 ay ""' connec-
tion with the Beck affair.:' ;7
Beck today refused to give
the Senate Rackets CoznmiU ':
tee his personal financial
records er answer ajuestlon
about his financial dealings
with the giant Teamsters
Union. .. i:,
The AFL-CIO recently adopt- -ed
a code of ethics which hoW .-that
that .-that a union official who m- -vokes
the Fifth Amendment's
protection against aelf-incrimi-
nation Is unfit -to hold office
and should be ousted. s
That appeared to give the
forthcoming Executive Counfcll
meeting the atmosphere of
trial. Beck is a member of the
The Executive Council con consists
sists consists of 29 persons. About T a -quarter
of the members are :
here. The others are scattered
around the country.
Human Fly 0;
LONDON, March 26 (UP)t-.
Scotland Yard would like to swat
the "human fly" it has on its
hands. Officials today called bis -latest
feat astonishing. . . ., r
The thief, who hat been operat operating
ing operating in the fashionable Mayfair
district for the last two years, took
thousnds of dollars worth hi fare
in his lstest haul. To ataaa the
robber, the thief had to:
Make Ma way across a flat roof
to the building where the furs
were .stored. i
, Jump across a- 10-foot gap and
land on a ledge only two feet
wide TO feet above the found.
Balance on the ledge while chis
eling into the wall. .',
Craw through and select "boa
loot. -.- . V i
Drop the furs to an accomplice
on the street below and thea
jump back over the 10-foot gap
to the opposite roof.
Army Removes MP
Guard From Mem
Fort Kobbe Gate
Military Police were remov-
ed from the Ft. Kobbe main
gate last week, a spoke man
for the VS. Army Caribbean
The removal of the gate
(-Bards was aa experimental
aaove, the Arsny said, to deter,
nine the effectiveness of po t
. The Army said that m::'! m::'!-ry
ry m::'!-ry Pali patrola and guar
within Ft. Kobbe are tf
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ADIOS GOOD LADY
The flood Ladv of Curundu will sail on Friday aboard the
Ahny transport "olbDins'' en route to New Yonc. irom iheie
tut wiu nead for Oiicago to visit her oaugnter, Lanoa, who
0)dies at ue Paul University.
. Mrs. Carmen Campos neimann, our Good Lady of Curundu,
wjjl oe missea oy the many sne heips, but sne will be very
happy, too. one is going to be a grandmother, according to
hAr fni.est clrl in San rrancisco. Cai.
When we remember the grandmothers of long ago and see
ttte charming ones of, today, like Mrs. Keimann. we are very
harrov for tnis -wonaerful lady. 'May we have ner back soon
and uod bless her.
; Some Grateful Friends
by VICTOR RIESEL
SONGS VS. SQUEAKS
I heartily agree with Music Lover. I am willing to Det $iuu
td a nicltfel that Ella Fitzgerald win sun De aiouna wuen
Frankie Lymon and Elvis (The Pelvis) Presley are long gone
trHm thP entertainment scene. The same can be said in favor
of 'others like Nat "King" Cole and Oscar Peterson, whose sing singing
ing singing style is like Cole's, but whose piano playing is far superior.
What some radio station should do is start a contest between
- t,.i., t or,H tfiia iritjccpmiri and see which one wins.
Let them play Ella's old records and the new "flash in the pan
ones by Elvis and franKie, ana my Dei is uiw nu,
be:nobody else but Ella Fitzgerald. a
yON'T GET SHOOK
MRome bums (San Francisco Earthquake) while Nero fiddles
mjound (Caribbean Forces wetworK Droaacasuus uhashu
8":Was interested in letJ
tlfl-ner-nieht mosuuitoes wnicn are narnoiuuB u V"
pw-wiiui j0ki ,ith hiiTszlnff anti torsos
tj.flriers. fliaklne nients uneirauiauie
'TlTi:ndKSallve. the Zone m VSTjA
sssk s,5seds hwvhea? re
l2.. long .one from the igj
.r Pnrt. riavton unbenownst to the general
i,many ines as i T - - tnln. of the
pttlffbri -re everywhere. Some Some-thing
thing Some-thing must be done. sick Of Swaging
SORE EARS AND EYES
"f While I was looking at Television Jffllffi
ar ana evra uaoncu w.t . na.
S mind went back to those happy days Deiore wc w
with nnr TV on tne zone. .
w,r. nH whot T wnuin Bive iur iuu"
Urlude instead of a dissertation on the virtues of every proa-
HUme wtoerlcani are that we will suffer such ex--lAedom
in the 111 founded hope that the program
.lainn trt me tnaL laD atiiitniK m
.filthat this medium has to offer
JiSne Atti rcieverliuie Setches. which were flashed on
e4,looktnK at tne ciever iili o decorative than
tn screen at nc
tiff mouthings of hucksters male orjemale.
JsjI'ti PACIFIC OCEAN
WAKE IS. S JOHNSON IS.
. GUAM IS.
;; b1kini is. y.
! CAROLINE IS. "MARSHALL IS. KtLb
Eauator Preroilino Winds
! CHRISTMAS IS.-
JAPAN FIGHTS H-BOMB TESTS A strong protest Jwt
British H-Bomb tests in the Pacific has ben made by 181
prominent Japanese physicists. The hydrogen bomb tests are
to be held oft Christmas Island from now through July. Despite
the fact that Christmas Island is about twice as far from Japan
as Bikini, the US. testing area, the Japanese declare dangerol
fallout on navigation routes and fishing grounds is great. The
Japanese protest said nuclear testing would be "nothing but the
worst sort of crime against all human teLacs."
All right. Let's talk about the
Teamsters. But not the chieis. Not
the fellow with, the Palm Springs
luxury nome amidst tne desert cac
tus. Mot the fellows who have
rest home" at that lush California
resort area. Not the Baron of the
race' track boxes and his noblesse
oblige when a fellow needs a club
house seat for the bis race.
Let's not talk of the fellow with
the $250,000 home with swimmine
pool and indoor theatre to Drove
that the protectors of the proletar
iat nave arrived, xsor- of the men
of ?122-a-day Miami Beach hotel
suites. Nor of the men of sleek au
tomobile entourages across Europe,
Let s talk of the men behind
the wheels this time and not of
the "big wheels." Let's talk a
bout the rank-and-file truck driv
ers whom recent health surveys
have shown to be widely hit by
kidney ailments because they sit
so long and so tensely behind the
wheels. Let's ..discuss the thou
sinHs of men afflicted by arthri
tis because they're exposed to
b.otai winter weather and damp
What of those men whose sight
goes bad, as surveys will reveal,
because they drive with eyes on
the highways the day long and
let's not forget the night? What of
the thousands of men whose arms
and legs develop a semi-paralysis
because they must keep their limbs
in fixed positions so the huge trailer
trucks they guide don't hurtle off
the road? What of the men oi the
new super highways?
They are not super men. Yet they
ike precision. No longer is there
keep droning schedules with train train-a
a train-a traffic light to break the monoto
ny, or a traffic jam to ease the
muscles and tension for a few min
What of the ulcers because i
broken truck keeps them from del
ivery deadlines? What of the back
ailments? What of the digestive
difficulties because they eat on the
run or do you believe the legend
that where you see trucks gathered
at a diner you re practically on
the Rue Royale asd Maxim's,
which Dave Beck thinks are so
grand. But then he is a gourmet
among other things
Look into this and you learn that
iuuy zu percent oi tne cost oi au
trucking goes into insurance. Slice
little for theft coverage and
you get a frightening picture of ac
cident and injury rates, in the
trade there are "straw hat driv-
ers."'They refuse to hit the icy win winter
ter winter roads. They push a truck only
in the spring and summer and
who can blame them?
' Lot's not forget the truck -drivers
who come in eft the read and
mutt wait, two days or mora for
their vans' to be unloaded; They
deep in the cabs of their vehicles. vehicles.-Or
Or vehicles.-Or they put up in tome flaa bag
There was much talk' last Sun
day about Dave Beck's devotion to
the truck drivers, So loud and in insistent
sistent insistent was the union boss you
didn't quite need a television set to
hear him all the way from Taco Taco-ma.
ma. Taco-ma. So the scouts went out to see
just what had been done for the
Working Teamsters themselves.
In many cities we found locals
with fine medical and welfare plan
some of which give- the men the
privilege of caning in their own
This Par and No.Farther"-Egypf
, j , .. T j. j,w .... v .v s
1.1 i v n "
ty ttlW riAIIOM
WASHINGTON Thpre was
certain amount of dinlomatic insh
ing about : the manner in which
President Eisenhower went to the
airport to meet King Saud of Saudi
Araoia, while refusing to meet oth
This : Question' nf whn meet
whom, however, is no joke in oth'
er world capitals.
It has been the tonic of so much
private discussion that the British
Foreign Office has sounded nlit tha
State Department informally as to
whether' Eisenhower would ; go to
tne airport to meet Queeu Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth if she visits Washington next
Tha implication was understand
ably clear that the Queen would
: probably not come to Washington
if s-ho fated below the kind ef
backward but oil rich country
where slave trading is still Ie
-The Question of who'-, meets
British dinlomatic circles in regard
to the visit of President Eisenhow
er to Bermuda. r ; v: a
It was even suggested, again in
formally, that Prime Minister Mac
miuan might arrive in Bermuda
after the President. : thus letting
Ike be met by Foreign Secretary
The idea was. of course.' discard
ed. But the fact that it was even
discussed indicates the extent to
which foreign governments have
resented the fact that such' old
friends of the United States as Win
ston Churchill were not met bv El
senhower while the King of Saudi
The British. incidentaUv. are not
aione. xne new negro state of Gha
na began taking its new found in
dependence seriously when Prime
Minister Kwame Nkrumah did not
show up at the airport to meet
Vice President Nixon..,;
There is only one perfect time
in sports, apart from individual
triumphs in knockouts and no-hit
That is the never-never land of
spring training when every man
is an Alice and the looking; glass is
there for all to step through. Disil
lusionment comes later.
But this week: in all the sunny
places, a most remarkable ex experiment
periment experiment In self-hypnotism is tak taking
ing taking place. It is called spring train
A certain myopia afflicts man
agers, sports writers and players.
It is not so much an unwillingness
to face facts, but a sort of rosy
goofiness that takes over when the
first treihload of old-timers and
the first busloads of raw rookies
roI into' Tampa and St. Peters
The roofs roll down on the con4
vertibles,. and the sports writers
shift from long underwear and
boredom with basketball into coco
nut hats and sports shirts. The sun
snines and tne winter martini gives
over to something withJfive kinds
of rum ml t.
The No. 1 story, at first. Is the
holdout. Some dirt farmer who had
good year absolutely.) and nisi-
tively refuses to sign and is pub
licly profane about the meanness
of the owners
The owners are publicly profane
ahtut th Itifli-atitiiHA r( tVi A vmiiIa-
doctors while the welfare plan picks: botherers.
There was one occasion many
years ago when Bob Consldine
stopped off to interview Buck New New-som
som New-som in South Carolina on his way
to Orlando. v
Considine fed Buck all of old
up the tab. In one city there was
one' small Teamsters clinic. But
If Dave Beck, who has done so
well in real estate with money bor borrowed,
rowed, borrowed, interest' free, from the u-
on. had built one hospital, we
couldn't find it. Yet John Lewis'
miners have put-up ten modern
If Dave Beck has turned his real
estate talents towards building one
Teamsters' low-cost housing pro
ject to match the high cost homes
Teamsters Union money has bought
for some oi their chiefs, such a
project has disintegrated Into the
considerable hot air now being gen
Yet the Amalgamated Clothing
Workers, the Ladies Garment
Workers Union, the International
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
Local, the Auto Workers Union
and others in the Building Trades
have, or are about to. put up a
bout one billion dollars worth of
good low rent homes.
Dave Beck and company nave
such familiar knowledge of rest
homes and resorts but if they
have set up one summer camp for
exhausted Teamsters, it Is not on
any known list. Yet there are u
nions. such as the Upholsterers,
which have created special retire
ment villages in Florida and re
sorts in the Poconos for the work
ert, which is still a grand old word
to many union leaders.
Who is doing what for whom?
Clark Griffith's bitter quotes, and
received a rousing interview in re
turn, in which Buck damned old
Griff up and down and swore to
quit baseball before he'd play for
the proffered wage.
Bob ran the story that day and
proceeded leisurely to Onlando
When be arrived, he found Griff
and Buck playing golf together
signed, sealed, and bosom buddies.
A gentle daffmess pervaded very
thing, and especially seemed to
strike the sports writers.
There was one noted tosspot from
a Washington paper who went on
a binge that lasted for days, and
the opposition was kindly filing his
stuff for him.
Two of this chap's ghosts. stag
gered In one evening from a hard
day on the golf course and met
their alcoholic friend, dressed to
km and semi-sober. tv
"Have you guys done my piece
yet? ne asked rather testily.
No. We just got in," they said.
"Well, hurry up," he replied
crossly. "I'm due for a cocktail
party and It makes me nervous
when I know the work's not done.
Whereupon he wafted into the
The Tampa ITerrace Hotel n
those days was the centerpiece for
the writing boys, and I would say
that u we didn t own it. we exer
cised a stout lease. We commit committed
ted committed breaches of the peace.
There was one evening in the
Palm Room when we chained are-
calcitrant bartender to his bar
when he showed an indisposition
to worK overtime.
There was another evening when
one writer, now a newspaper exe-f young,
cutive of exceedingly serious and
sober mien, conducted fire and
brimstone sermons in the lobby j to
me complete puzzlement of the
lOUriStS. .-. i -i-, .:. ,?
; There were lots of gambling
joints in Florida in those days, as
well as horse races, dog races, and
the International Cockfight Con
gress held illegally outside of Or-l
- Expense accounts, I'm a f t a i d,
took a dreadful pounding.
There was fine fishing all around,
of course, and pretty girls over at
Rollins College and a mess of night
life in Miami. ; U
-Even with these distractions we
managed to cover the cftmns asl
you'd cover a aew war- Nothing
was too trivial for type. The gentle
insanity even managed to infiltrate
tne sanest of services, western U
nion. s ;. yv:-'-- 4 -v
l remember covering some exhi-
Diuon or otner one day when mv
wlreess operator pushed his bug
aside and begged permission to
seek .the gents-room. -..;
His, bug was soon chattering an
gnly : as. Washington demanded
more' running story, The operator
never oia return. -v
I had a' new man next day and
asked him what happened to his
buddy. "Oh," he said, "Joe said
that when he went to the gents'
room,, he looked at the sky and he
smelled the breeze, and it was
such a nice day he jus; went and
lay down in the grass and went
- That was spring training some
20 years ago when everybody was
USAF Marksmanship, Off
By PETER EDS0N
WASHINGTON (NEA) It's an,
old saw that when, a government'
information agency sticks to
cared less about having their
Undaunted, the Air Force came
straight news, it does all right. But back this year to hit 'em again.
ONE. -CARDIOACTOR- TO ANOTHER-Comedian Eddie'
Cantor, fully iecoeied from his heart attack of a few year'
go, gets a checkup from four-year-old Patrick J. Collins,
heart patient an Los Angeles Children 'a Hospital Looking on
Ore Marfuarita Duenas, 6. and Barbara Jean Parucci, 9. Old
Banjo Eyes is serving as "America's Heart AmbMrodor" during
fhe) 1957 Heart fund CampaiePV which runs through VebruaryJ
when it tries to shape public opi
nion, it gets into trouble.
- The U.S. Air Force offers the
latest example of this verity.
A little over a year ago, some
but harder. Over 1.500 officers had
their cards pulled in a master file i
screening. They were tabbed for
assignment at government ex
pense for Operation Hometown
they're1 giving their students all
the information thev need about
their military obligations. And they
ooni want propaganda, thank you
To a degree, this rebuff it a a-v
v a-v bout what Air Force Chief of
Staff Gen. Nathan F. Twining
bad boon given previously, in a
big-Hearted getr, he offered to
genius in the community relations speeches, come June Commence- make Air Force scientists avaU-
denartment dreamed up a brain- ment week.
storm which became known as "O-
perartion Hometown." THi RESULTS OF this careful-
.. ly planned, mass brain bombing
The idea was that Air Force have so far been an almost com-
omces ana iecnncians snouia De plete miss.-Letter after letter has
sem dock to in nign s-neois
they ware graduated from to
give inspirational talkt to student
services, saying that high school
nrincinala didn't want thpir tu
rns ineme was to oe me need dents talked to by armed service
for youngsters to stay in school and officers:
complete tneir education. Then the, ,The school officials say that
able for part-time teaching whre
were were faculty vacancies dur dur-ng
ng dur-ng the teacher shortage. The of of-far
far of-far was refused everywhere.
Tut Sticnu -I.... l n
$T?nfc?JJ71w 1ni fw'iversity and high school officials
J. Kinney, chief of A.F. information was that the Air Force, arientinta
weren't trained as educators. And
military instruction wasn't wanted
The excuse was the same one as
that given by Eisenhower in" the
past namely, that Nixon was not
head of a state.
The snub given by the Negro
Prime Minister, Incidentally, is
sure to touch off chuckles in Capi Capitol
tol Capitol cloakrooms, especially among
oldline Republicans and Southern
Democrats who resented Nixon's
sudden switch in favor of killing
filibusters a Switch which they
said was inspired by a desire to win
negro votes. i
UNDER THI DOM!
. Sen. Lyndon Johnson has been
wooing newsmen at private break
fasts in what are now called vyn
cratic leader is both vocal and vig
more headlines on Caoitol Hill.
tells newsmen, he would make
Here are recent samples: "Eith-
. Dulles lied to Congressional
leaders or Nasser- lied to Dulles
regarding "Egypt's move back into
the Gaza strip. ;.. "The Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower Doctrine for the Middle East
is a bunch of hogwash." ... "I am
shocked that the three leaders of
the United States government
should all be out of the country at
the same time." When visiting
the USA, Queen Frederlkaof
Greece was so unset when', she
learned the President would not
come to the Union station to meet
her that she refused at first to take
the train from New York to Wash
ington ... Actually, the President
has -not followed the explanation
officially given at the time of King
Saud's visit that he only goes to
the airport or railroad station to
welcome heads of state.
No fewer than 15 heads of state
hare, come to Washington, yet the
only one he met was King Sa
iub uai uiciuues: ine Ainff an.
Queen of Greece, the President of
uaiy, me rresment .ot Brazil, the
President of Uruguay, the Presi Presi-dent
dent Presi-dent of Turkey, Governor "General
Vincent' Massey of -Canada-, PresU
dent Remon of Panama, the Em.
peror of Ethiopia, President Syng Syng-man
man Syng-man Rhee of South Korea, Presi.
dent Tubman of Liberia, 4he Shah
of Iran. President Ma slot nt H.i!
ti, President Castillo Armas of
Guatemala, and President Sukar Sukarno
no Sukarno of Indonesia. i
MRS. NIXOH AND ST. PAT
Cables from Rome rennrt r that
much was made of Mrs. Nixnn'a
birthday on March' IT and tha fr
that the came into the world on St
Patrick's Day. ;
Mrs. Nixon Is a trracinn VUi
whose birthday would h
ant if it were not for th fat th'
the Vice President has wooed Ir-
isn voters witn rn in i,ai. hi.
wife "Patricia'.' was a kinrimH an..i
of the patron faint of Ireland. ? ;
tificato iiled in Elyi Nav.S showg i
uiai sne was oorn not on St. Pa -trick's
Day. but on March i. 1019
and that her name was not Patrt
cla, but Thelma Catherine Byan.. Byan..-According
According Byan..-According to Dr. A. F. Ar)m
the doctor who signed the certificate;-
Mrs. Nixon came Into tht'
world at 3:25 a.m, on March 16V e
ALCORN'S DIMO SKILiTONSl
He brushed it off with nra
conference nuin. hot cop nfiHii
cnairman Meade Alcorn appstent.
ly is embarrassed over Democrat
tie skeletons in his familv lnt
At a- recent nresa nnfrna
Sick Cull nf tha havfAM M.w. ..I,
ea Alcorn whether h w riat4
to Dayton City Commissioner R.
William Patterson, tha rcintlv A.
ieaieo democratic candidate tnr
If we are related." cracked AU
corn, "he is so far away he got out
of the Republican Influence,'7
The fact Is that Alcorn' and Pat-
4. . .. .T
icrsun are aecona cousms, nd the
GOP chairman knnwe iff Thsio
families have kept in elosi touch.
'Another cousin, Mary Beth Pat Patterson,
terson, Patterson, married another well-known
Democrat, Dave Tarbell.js county
prosecutor for Brown County, Ohio,
and onetime Democratic candidate
for- Congress. ; c.f; t v
CIORGI WASHINGTON'! ITILL
venue Service; never a mecca hr ?
sightseers, especially at this timaf
of the year, is going in for' tourist
The IRS nubile' relation nfflro
has a hefty arsenal of firearms
seised in raids, plus big, potbel potbellied
lied potbellied still believed to have been
owned and operated by George
Washington. (It waa perfectly le legal
gal legal in Washington's day. The still,
in question and many others lika
it were shipped from England.) r.
Not to be outdone, the Commerce
Department meantime baa install-'
ed an earthquake recorder, which
is becoming almost as bis a tour
ist attraction as the Department's
census tabulator and rish-and-turue
aquarium. vy ;
WELL-HEELED festive festive-looking
looking festive-looking pearls swing and sway
- from a novel "spur" that en encircles
circles encircles the keel of a dressy eve evening
ning evening pump, aoen in a Rome,
Italy, fashion snow. The horseshoe-shaped
bracelet is detach detachable
able detachable for use on other shoes,
were to be urged to go on to col
lege and get still more education.!
In this way they would contribute!
most to the their nation's needs for
more advanced scientific and en
It wss emphasized that Opera Operation
tion Operation Hometown waa not to be a
mere recruiting drive. But Ah
Force generals naturally hoped to1
reap a late harvest on their ideo-,
IF MORI HIGH SCHOOL grad-j
uates took more advanced acienti-j
fie training, there would be more
such talent for the Air Force to re-1
emit. And there would be more
technical brains for aircraft mak makers
ers makers to put in their factories and
laboratories. - I
So last year the Air Force lined
ap exjo 01 its officers to go back
where they came from and say a
good word for higher education.
The big effort was to plant these
speakers at commencement exer
cites. But only 38 landed this choice
spot, bixty five were booked for
ordinary auditorium assemblies..
The bitter blow was that 71
Iwmni were rfvsd invHatjOns e
speak at their alms meters. And
ever 4M offers of eweekers rxver
received en aaswor. The educa educators
tors educators apparently coulonl kiti
through local draft boards ind
nearby military post commanders,
2000 kk CeeMfmotwd teems 1
Sensible rates bxJude
ON TlkU SOJUI T lADJO CTT
To the Air Force eerier a la inH
me field officers running Opera
ton Hometown, these rejections
are considered unkind cuts. They
feel that they have been greatly
miaundeerstood by the e I v i 1 1 a n
school officials. Thev wouM lir- a
better reception not for recruit-
mg, they repeat but for education
At the present time, nearly 49 per
ceni ot Air force officers and 00c
per cent of the airmen are college
erads. Almost 1.000 hold masters'
torates. The Air -Force feels it
conled use sUQ more degree hold holders..
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on V 5 A C roun trip
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. TUESDATJWRCH 28, 195T , THE PANAMA. AMEXICAN Alf imtTENIENT DAIHT OTWSPAFnir' '.
HAROLD HECKMAN, professor of accounting at the University of Georgia, lectures to -one of the two groups of 43 employes.
'' of the Office of the Comptroller on the subject of report writing,' The classes are being held' In the Personnel; Training xen-s
ter on-Corozo street' and are the .second In a series, planned for employes In th'Comptroller''Offlce.--Jv,t,:?'i-':'f.,'! ..
I movies fry i RADIO,
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Quiz in'Scandal Magazine, Expose"
'-"Hollywood Party Girl Talks"
"Jayne Mansfield Gets Ocelot as
; And now, kiddies, back to Hol Hollywood's
lywood's Hollywood's favorite postwar refrain:
"We're normal people-just like
the folks' next door." ,
' America's :faverlt' -balladeiv
Burr Ives, put his OK today on
Blu Sued Sheet Elvis Protltv.
"I think ho's good," thi bearded
Ives of "Blue Tail. Fly"fm told
mo. "In fact, I'd like-to m0
duot with him." 4
But Ives isn't buying talk that
some of Elvish warbling comes un
derthe- "folk song-c a t e g o r y.
"Most folk songs,?'? he said at a
CBS 1 TV rehearsal, "are pretty
lohe-halrfld 'You can't calf; Elvis'
songs long-haired-even;if he Ja."
Waflsfch. the "Baby, Doll" heavy,
was first offered in -Frank ,Sua-.
tra role of Maggio n rom Here
to Eternity i" He turned it. down
in favor Df a Stage play that fold
ed in four, weeks. And speaking, of
misjudgment, l ,can i unaeismnu
whv Charlton Heston wasn't nomi
nated for an Oscar for his Moses
role in The Ten Commandments.'
Tony Curtis my spend the en
tire year blushing over sneers, at
his charge that the New York Ac;
tors' Studio produces a "phony
form iof tmoting. Now. it's, Pta u 1
Newman debunking Tony's Jeuef
that if tereotyped "method .acting.".
scenery-chewing cycle in the late
30's and early 40's.
' "And; I once proved it,' says
Tamiroff, back in Hollywood act acting
ing acting harness after eight movies in
Europe. How he proved it is one
for the books.
'II was rehearsing a scene with
Pat O'Brien, Alan Mowbray, Al Allen
len Allen Jenkins, Frank McHugh and
a couple of other guys noted for
hammmg it up. I bet O'Brien t
could steal the scene and. I did.
How? I just stood there motion motionless
less motionless and did absolutely nothing. I
was so conspicious, just standing
there, while all the other' actors
were' ising tricks to steal the
scene from one another,' that .1
was tne one wno stole tbe scene."
Screech Owl Defies
STUTTGART, Germany, March
25 (UP) A; screech owl has de defied
fied defied eviction efforts of the U. S.
Army and its refusal to leave a
chimney nest is- preventing 12
American.' families' from moving
into a new Army apartment build building
ing building here.
The Army ordered its employes
to get the owl out without injury.
"The bird 'is to be removed peace peaceably
ably peaceably without ruffling his feathers,"
the Army instructions said.
In the meantime, the 12 families
must remain1 in tneir present quarJ
fters because Army housing in
spectors will not approve occupan occupancy
cy occupancy until the new building1 is owls
less. Some families have been
waiting more 'than, a month.
A nearby resident said small
boys in. the. neighborhood, not
restricted by the' Army policy,
have been pelting the chimney
with stones in hopes of, fright en-
flng him out ruffled feathers or.
l' i i i i n - tt--. rml
He's working now with Orson
Welles in 'Badge of Evil? after
his iirst live Hollywood TV .oer-
f orm ance : on Playhouse m But
rv.-' .ne says; "is for young peo
ple, you have to 'have reflexe
like -a jet pilot."
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"It" only a Jnethod,says Paul,
"of teachmg you how to find .. a
way of expressiag yourself a jway
of working thAt? best foif you you-They
They you-They don't care iwhat system of
acting you use. Thh goal is per per-sonality
sonality per-sonality exposure ":r-7
THI. WITNETs Frank Lovejoy.
playing a cop gam m
f Urn series, sayt heatill had the
first police uniform ne wore in a
ut .an -nld.". hn S8VS.
4,the label reads, 'Made p Occu
itfnt An Hie Scrint:. Someone kid
ded Zasa Zsa Gabor about being
name dropper. "Can I help it,
came back Zsa Zsa, 'if I know
only famous peopie7
Oh, what a, difference a y e a r
makes. Dean .Martin about Jerry
Lewis in the winter of '56: "We
both realize no two numans
exactly alike but this needn t
hreak un the family ." Jerry a-
bout Dean, same time: "Dean has
a mind of hi own and I'm grate grateful
ful grateful for it He senses my problems
without my having to mention
them.'-y. .Yy;. -''
AKIN TAMIROFF, me haDed as
the king- of 'Hollywood's scene
ateaters, wasn't the only culprit
whan the movie weni inrouga
t'i-i::. '": f'Uk-'.' V'Mi" '-',' iv; 'f"i
Ann I iMLni 1 3-
:; :r : ft-''.
Of Legal Robbery
WASHINGTON, Match 2S (UP)
-Rep. Oare E. Hofjman- (R (R-Mich)
Mich) (R-Mich) today accused financier
Leopold D. Suoeroein 01 aueropv aueropv-ina
ina aueropv-ina "legalited robbery" in trywg
to take over Fairbanks Morse k
Co. : '.
Hoffman, bt a House speech, ac accused
cused accused the Securities Exchange
Commission of "sitting oa its
hand" while the financial "rack-
ater executed their plans to
ik r iver tbe company.
He sid that if the SEC does;
not ha've aeouate power to dealt
v with such rrors", Consressi
should "rs !e's!lkn gr'ingj
tt to te agecy.
plan your trip now 611 :
-"' oiie-plaric service to 1
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; '. l, '.' -' same fine service to :
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SOUTH SAO PAULO
and other Latin American cities
IN USED CARS
CHEVROLET the old dependable
BU1CK STILL IN No. 3 PLACE
THAT OLDSMOBILE IS A
That's why so many owners
of higher priced cars are
now CHANGING TO OLDS!!
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GOVERNOR'S WIFE GIVES COFFEE PARTY,
FOR HOUSEGCESt FROM OMAHA, NEBRASKA i-
M. William E. Potter, wife of the Governor of the Ca Ca-naL
naL Ca-naL Tfcne, entertained 3v guests at a coffee party on rlday.
meriting in honor of her housernest Mr. Luella Le Mar of -SSa,
Nrt?ariTa. Mrs. Le Mar arived Thursday and re re-turned
turned re-turned to the States on Sunday.
fleweeiiiera Will Mike
The Newcomers' Club will make
Efc tour' at Summit Experimental
ardeni tomorrow. Then they will
Tf:-; k. n.mhnB Penitentiary end'
- The following weex, some tu i
Hn.fnhM-1-nian to visit Barro Colo-,de
ZMr. an Mrs. Uandreth l:v.
w-Annaunce Birth Of Daughter
& Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Landreth of!
r-amboa announce tne ninn ot meir
; first ;chUd a dnugnter at uorgas
- Hospital March 19.
The baby has been named Lorai Lorai-Cna
Cna Lorai-Cna Mae.
s- Mrs. Landreth and her daughter
Vill leave the hospital Thursday,
I Mr. and Mrs Undo Will Celebrate
K Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Lmdo
will give a cocktail party at the
Panama Golf Club, Thursday from
$ to 8 p.m. to celebrate their wed wedding
ding wedding anniversary. Members of
meir iamiues aim iiieiiua vi mc
couple are invited to attend.
For Homer V. Crooks
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Crooks are planning a farewell
nartv to be held at Ft. Amador Of
ficers' Open Mess April 13 at 7:30
The party will take the form of a
Buffet dinner, music ana annas
will be provided.
Tickets are available at Cristo
bal and Balboa Central Ponce Sta
tions at a cost of $4 each.
All friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Crooks are welcome to attend the
party. They may purchase tickets
at either station tor lurtner in
formation -call Balboa 3329.
Caribbean College Club Furthers
Plans For Penny Social
Advance ticket sales indicate
that tht Caribbean College Club
will be well supported by the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side residents at the Penny
Social April 6 at tbe Hotel Wash-
: Festivities will begin at 6:30 p.m.
when more than 150 gifts will be
displayed on 3 large tables Jo the
Penny stabs from the 50 cent tic
""" may no distributed among
jifts donated by the College Club
During the evening refreshments
tickets Mrs. W. B. Mlddlemas and
her committee will be in charge of
this detail. Mrs. Henrietta Cheek.
has promised two programs of en
tertainment during the evening, so
that early and later-comers will
Mr. A. F. Raymond will preside
St master of ceremonies during the
evening. He Has toe double amine
tion of being the only male mem
ber and the only honorary member
ei the college Club,,
IAWC Cooking Committee
Will Meet At Mrs. St. Angdo's
Tbe monthly luncheon of the
Cooking Committee of tbe Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Women's Club will be
eld at the home of Capt. A. R.
St. Angeio, Chief of Staff of the
lath Naval District, Thursday A-
Mrs. Jt. Angeio will be assisted
...AND SO DELICIOUS
' d If prepared by ah Italian Chsjf
IT time is short and yoa eajoy tasty food, the answer to
your problem is delightful Chef Boy-Ar-Dec Spaghetti
Dinner. The Spaghetti Dinner package contains all the
snjredieots, even the sauce and cheese. And the taste?. .
samm! Ii is superb and really IuHaa ta style.
Cfcef Bov-Ar-Dee weU-known lew it
r P 2-0740 2741 Llu
by Mrs. W. B. Tucker and Mrs. J..
A.pri?e will be awarded to the
member with the most unusual
earrings. Plans for a committee of
former members will be discussed
For. reservations please c a 1 1
v-"-""- n Au i 6
Armas, Canal Zone Chairman
at 2-4281 before Tuesday.';
Pacific Nevy Wives
Welcome New Members ; '
Pacific Navy Wives club
its regular monthly business meet
ing March 18 in the Community
Room: of the Cdcoli' Clubhouse.
President Mary Gallager Officiated.
' Final arrangements were made
for the club's trip to Barro Colo Colorado
rado Colorado to be taken March 23.
Discussion was held on Jthe Clubs
plans for a luncheon in April and
a possible splash party the later
part of April.
A 23 piece tea set was raffled
ii mAir.a t
Bolton was the luckv winner.
New members in the club are
Mrs. Mary Louise White, Mrs. Cai
rol Kahl, Mrs. Anne Foster and
Mrs. Mary Lou Stewart. Mrs. Dai-
Next meeting will be held on A
Sarah Wagner Has
Sarah Ann Wagner, daughter of
Mr. 'and ,Mrs. wsner Wagner of
Balboa entertained, a group of her
irienas on r naay evening in ceieo'
ration of her thirteenth birthday
The group met at the Wagner
home and were served ice cream
and cake after which they attend
ed the movie at the Fort Amador
Theater, returning to spend the
night with Sarah Ann at a "sleep "sleepless"
less" "sleepless" slumber party. Those celeb
rating with Sarah Ann were: Ka Ka-thy
thy Ka-thy and Carol Dowlan of Summit:
Janice Missall, Albrook, and Syd
ney Townsend of Balboa.
Classes In Panamanian
Folk Dancing At JWB
, The Panamanian Dance Classes
and Folk Dancing instructions re
commenced last Tuesday at the
fJSO-JWB Armed Forces, Service
Center and wiH continue there at
7:30 p.mr each Tneda1iereaftert
These dances are proving so ex
tremely popular that they must be
confined to adults over the age of
sixteen. It is also desirable that
the participants como in couples
of one lady and one gentleman,
if possible, although individual la ladies
dies ladies and gentlemen will be' paired
to whatever extent is possible.
Instructions will be repeated fre
quently for the Panamanian Danc
es, and the classes will learn ad
ditional interesting Folk Dances of
Latin America, Europe, and the
United States. The instructor will
be rotated, being: selected from loH
al experts in each type of dance.
and from the participants who are
able to assist in tne instruction or
any type of dancing. Reviews will
bo. held during each class period
on the basic ball-room dances such
i. the two-step, waltz, polka, and
schottlsche. Some of the basic
Round Dances and Square Dances
that are most popular in the Unit United
ed United States, will be also taught. It is
not planned to do any jltterbug-
ging, Cha-Cba-Cha, nor Rock n
. '" VSfL A
V.OO '10 m(f
Roll types of dancing in these class-
,;i Since these; dance .sessions are
primarily; for : the instruction and
enjoyment of adults, members of
the Armed Forces and their, de de-Dendenis
Dendenis de-Dendenis and tocai l tsideiilS V of
hnth Panama and the Canal Zone
are cordially invited to attend. The
time is 7:3ff p.m. eacn tuesaay
evening at the USO-JWB on La Bo Boca
ca Boca Road. There is no admission
charge' '. u ,?, v
Bridge Classes At USO-JWB
The Bridge Class, held ? every
Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m., can
still handle a number' of interest interested
ed interested persons be they-beginners, in intermediates,
termediates, intermediates, or advanced bridge
niavorx The class is under the di
rection, oi mr. warry rrieuiauu. i
-i i.r '? L
CZ Dental Society
An noinces Afl ? na a
The Canal Zone Dental Society.
a eonsutueBi- ot ine- American
Dental Association, has announced
the program of their 1957 Annual
Meeting to be held in conjunction
with tfte, iecona lnier-Americau
Memcai uonvemion APru a. u
5 at Hotel El Panama. All mem-
. 4.1- -. rjAi., A Av'wiAnVaH tA
Pwi oiin? :Ooj ''.' Ty
attend. They have extended a cor
dial invitation to the-dentists ox
Panama to participate in all acti
A fee of $4.85 will entitle regis
trants to all of the, professional ac
tivities including a dinner session
at. El Panama Thursday evening.
April 4. Coupled with the dinner
will be the presentation oi a paper,
"Planning Partial Dentures With Within
in Within Biological Limits" by Dr. Ma Marion
rion Marion L. Mills of Washington, D:C.
Dr. Mills, a Colonel in the U. S.
Armv Dental Corps, is Director
of Central Dental Laboratory at
the Walter Reed Army Medical
Center, a member of tie Ameri American
can American Denture Society, ahd a diplo
mat of The American Board' of
8:00 a.m. Saturday, April 6
marks the time.of the Dental So Society
ciety Society breakfast at Tivoli Guest
House honoring Dr. Edward White,
Trustee Fourth District, American
Dental Association, and Past Pres President
ident President of the New Jersey State Den Dental
tal Dental Society, who will be visiting
the Isthmus during the Conven
Spain Puts End
BARCELONA,' Spain, March 26
(UP-A end to the- import ''of
American made cigarettes be because
cause because "dollars are too precious to
go up in smoke", was announced
today by the Spanish tate tobac
co uiuuupuij, r I
The Count -of Santa Maria de
Babio. director of the monopoly
La Tabacalera, said in a state
ment imports of American brands
were being discontinued to cut for
eign exchange losses,
He said the Spanish cigarette
"Bisonte" was made of the best
Virginia and Maryland tobacco
imported under an agreement
wuh tbe united states.
The quality is the same as that
of foreign cigarettes," he said,
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MR'. AND MRS. HOMER V. CROOKS A retirement party
-will 'be held In honor of Homer V. Crooks (the Old Sarge) at
Fort Amadof Officers' Open Mess April 13. Tickets are avail available
able available at Cristobal and Balboa Central Police Stations -at the
.;. f cost of $4.00 each-
Senate Finance Committee Votes; v
To Freeze Corporate Income Taxes
WASHINGTON. March 26 (UP)
-The Senate Finance Committee,
racing to beat c Sunday deadline,
voted today to freeze corporate
income- taxes and excise levies on
uquor, automooues ana cigaieiLes
at present levels for another 15
Chairman Harry F. Byrd (D-Va)
voiced; hooe the Senate would ap
prove; the hill" Wednesday 'and
rush it to" the House for final con
gressional action -.Thursday.' r It
must' be signed mto law by mid
night Sunday to prevent a three
billion; dollar ; drop in corporate
and excise taxes.
Byrd said "terrible v. confusion"
would result if .present rates were
to exoire. even for a day. He said
the committee, reejeted 13 pro-
nosed amendments ,. so the bill
could "be speeaea mrougn con
. . w
gress before the deadline.
House Passed 1-Year Bill
The- House has passed a bill ex
tendine the rates for one year
But House leaders have indicated
they are willing to accept the. 15
months. extension to make expira
tion of the law coincide with the
end of the 1959 fiscal year.
Byrd said the committee in
structed its staff to conduct a
special study on "the most, effec
Parents who yell at their chll-
dren shouldn't be tod surprised
ii wie cnuaren somtumes yen
them. If you don't want your
children to do, a certain thing
make sure you never do jt your yourself
self yourself M:-'
The best way to teach good
manners Is b; setting a good ex-,
mpie,'' , ;
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exettirif deep-reds I There's a perfect
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' For lasting bauty..
tive way" to provide ', tax relief
tor small business, s He said
amendments providing for '. such
relief now were defeated because
the committee wanted "a single
purpose" extension bill. .? : w.
Sen. J. W. Fulbright : (D-Ark)
and 35 other senators proposed an
amendment providing tax cuts
for small business and increasing
the -fa-x bite on big corporations.
ane plan would Jower from 30 to
2? per cent tbe tax on corporate
income below$25,090. It would in increase
crease increase to 31 per. cent the addition
al rate of 22 .per cent on income
' Byrd said' there' was "practical
ly unanimdus" sentiment in the
committee for cutting small busi business
ness business taxes. He added that -there
are differences as to how the re
lief should be provided, j
! The committee approved bill
would extend the present 52 ner
cent., This would cost the treasury
ai action, n wouianrop to .47 ner
cent; Ths would- cost the' treasury
apoui two. mijion dollars .a year
in. revenue.. :, ...-,.,
A drop In the excise tax rates
'''( --, i -: '. i
would cost the, treasury about one
billion dollars annually. Without
the measure, ci g a r e 1 1 e taxes
would fall 'bne cent a pack, beer
taxes;1! adolJarV barrel, liquor
iaxei i.ou a. gauaa ana auto
taxes from; 10 to 7 per cent,'-
Cheriy Blossom ;
officials of the Cherry Blossom
Festival peered closely at, Wash Washington's
ington's Washington's famed cherry, trees today
and announced the buds are be beginning
ginning beginning to stir.
As usual the succeess of the an
nual festival hangs on whether the
buds burst into full blossom for
s;the spring spectacular. This year
it is scheduled for April 2-7.
A late cold snap might keep the
Duds unopened until after the ex
ceded ; million visitors from out
of town have packed up and gone
,-nome. r. ; ,,
kes Manama City
; 1090 Kcs., Colon ;
- Xvlephbnes: t-3066 Panama
Today, Tuesday,. March 26
P.M. ,r, t
4:30 What'a Your Favorite tr-
quests taken by phona
- tui 3:oo)
:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 Allen Jackson (News)
6:15 rBLTJE RIBBON 6PORT8
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 On sta g e ;A m e r i c a
7:00 Interlude For Music
7:15HOW CHRISTIAN BCI-.
ENCE HEALS ..
7:30 VOA Report From Vs Vs-8:00
8:00 Vs-8:00 World Of Jazz
8:30 Life With The Lyon
9:00 You Asked ? For It (re-
, quests. 1 taken by phone
tm ?:30 -10:30
Music From Hotel El Pan Pan--
- Pan-- ams
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Concert Under The Stars
12:00 eignoff. ;
Tomorrow, Wednesday, Mar., 27
0:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
- Club (requests taken by
7:30 Morning Salon Concert'
8:15 Church In The Wildwood
8:30 Musical. Reveille
8:15 Sacred Heart ; ;
9:30 Paris Star Tim
10:00 News ," "r
10:15 Spins and Needles (re
quests taken by phone
11:05 Sping and Needles
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
FJW. ' I "..'A c
12 :05 Lunch time Melodies
12:15 M ELACH RlNO -MUSI-.
12:30 Sweet And Hot
l :15-iMusiii Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers 1
1:45 French In The Air t
2:00-rTex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30-Music For You
1:00 Hank ; snow And Els
Rainbow R&nch Boys
3:l5r-Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Wednesday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's ; Your Favorite
(requests taken by
5:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 Allen Jackson (News)
8:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
, REVIEW (Pabst Beer).
6:30 Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
7:00 Halls Of Ivy w
7:30 VOA Report From VS.
8:00 Music By Roth i-.H
8:30-Mu8ical Theater :
9:00 You Asked For it (re-
quests taken by phone
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert Under The Star
12:00 Sign Off. 1
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in 7 days.
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looks soft, deu, radiant
-la 7 Oayal Bay at I
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i TL-J cuticura i
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Tlx uicm of .differcat. aardcaa
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Stveiy fUvor, od ttirivo iu rtt.
at. At i
VS gives- yea ttt
wt, and tb. aour-
Vern D( Pssca- .
Gets High Award
, The highly covered Boy Scouts
of America God and Country A-
ward was bestowed on Scout Vern
di Pasca by Capt. W. a. uuciter,
commanding oilicer of the U. S
Naval Station, Rodman, d u r j n g
cburcit services Sunday, at me u.
S. Naval Station Chapel with Com
mander John E. Hollingsworth, 15th
Naval District chaplain conducting.
Di Pasca is a member of .Sea
Scout Ship 13 Canal Zone Council,
Rnv Srnnl of America. Cncoli.
Ine award is dedicated on tne
principal that' the Scout participate
in his church program in numer
ous ways other than by mere at attendance
tendance attendance at service. Chanlain Hol
lingsworth nominated Di Pasca for
the award.. i .' t -.
Rear Adm. Clarence L. C. Atke-
son. commandant of the Jfuteentn
Naval District, in a letter of con-
graiuiauons to aea acout m rasca
said. ".. it is always a pleasure
for me to learn that young men of
your caliber are striving, toward
goals in citizenship and character
development as you. are doing in
your activities in your chapel pro program
gram program and with Boy Scouts of A A-merica."
merica." A-merica." ,
Among the numerous activities
which Scout Di Pasca is associated
with at-the Naval Chapel is the
choir; secretary of the Sunday
School Department of the church
and the Youth Program. ;
Di Pasca, a student at Balboa
High School, is the eon of Mr, and
Mrs. Al Di Pasca. His father is
employed by the Industrial Manag
er's Office At the 15th Naval Dis
trict Headquarters,; Fort Amador.
Cub Scout Pack 17
Appointments to Cub Scout Pack
17 Committee 1 at Fort Clayton
were made Friday night by Ma J,
John B. White; chairman. ;
Named Cubmaster for the com
ing year as CWO John R. Fowler.
Capt. Henry H. Gerecke was ap appointed
pointed appointed to take char g of ad
vancements and achievements for
the five dens in the pack, Capt.
Charles W. Clover was placed in
charge of recruiting, capt. Klch
ard P. Taffe, publicity and events,
and Master Specialist; Juan Soto,
jr.f secretary-treasurer, v f
'Plane were compieted.for the
Pack meeting to be held on next
Friday night at the Cub S e o u t
buiHini at Fort Clayton.,
The theme for this 'month's
meeting will be Indian lore and
numerous variations in costumes
n are beinj prepared
by the Cubs.
An Indian skit will' be present presented
ed presented fcy Den 4. Den' 2 wiU conduct
the Pack meeting for ApriL it
w aunounced, at which time the
Loss Of Spreckeb'
To Suicide Allempl
beautiful blonde from' Vienna, ap apparently
parently apparently despondent because her
love idiair with th ;. .u.
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ueu oprecaeis sugar family had
come to an end. irW s.,i..
Bight to take her own life. ...
airs, tnnsune Bruckner, 35,
watafound unconscious in the liv living
ing living room of ber luxurious apart apartment
ment apartment farewell note to Claus
Spreckels Jr., 45, by her side.
Tbe note contained thau
"What is the use of having you?
m uiiiy' kduw j enmn nnt h
ciuhi wimoui a lather
you more than my life.'
Mrs. Bruckner film
hospital, where her stomach was:?1?' Ambassador V. Alexis
pumped. Doctors said, she would thnson will attend ne of them
recover.. which one has not' yet -been an-
Spreckels said he first met Mrs "c?- Johnson win be host st
Bruckner two years a?o, when she r w,dding reception after tho
visited the United gut r eeremomes. -. :'--v. ? v
November, he saidi he sent to' 1 went 10 Catholie tmivirsitjf
Austrij. for her after his wife filed i"1?""," Connolly- aid Boston
sun tor divorce. She arrived in
December and took an apartment
a block and a half from Spreck-
Un BriMknr ..v.h &n
ry oer. He said he -refused, but
agreed lo pay her S5.000 if she
would not press any kind of legal
action against him.
Spreckels indicated that be
found Mrs Bruckner's "Dart" in
The suicide attempt was dis discovered
covered discovered by Spreckels' dsugbter,
Mrs. Carol Fletcher of Palo Alto.
She said she received a teelnhnn.
call from the woman shortly after
Bruckner mumbled soma-!
thing then dropped tbe phone.
Mrs. Fletcher said.
Mrs. Fletcher and her husband.
Don rushed to Mrs. Bruckner's.
spartmeot and found her snrawleJ.et), former New York State Dcss-
oa the bring room floor. An empty
pill bottle was c-a a nearby table.'
The note to Spreckela coDclud-;!
"l am not afraid any longer.
Some day we will meet again. I
am all et and happy and I am
happy that you bar your friends.
Have me twrned and send tee1 1
ssbes to mother. I lore you more
than my hie. I
Police officer Don Pearman said!
when Mrs. Bruckner arrived at
'the nospttat Mrs. Fletcher took ft tive April 1, it was announced to to-doctor
doctor to-doctor aside and warned him to day.
be careful in treating Mrs. Bruck-j The new aetrrs win be: 1 a as.'
ner "because she's expecting a to 1:30 p.m. Moftdsy through. Fri Fri-ibiby."
ibiby." Fri-ibiby." day; I p m. to noon oa Saturdiys.
theme frill he Swiss Family Robinson-
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At ftatbea Rellerdromi i
Girl Scout Troop No. 48 of Fort
Clayton combines work and plea pleasure
sure pleasure on Saturday by attending tht
afternoon session of skating attha
Balboa : Rollerdrome.;" The menu.
bers were workinr on their. Skat Skating
ing Skating Badge -.. 4-".-', i'
The Troop leaders MrSi Edwin
Kinnett and Mrs. Jack! Waltz ac accompanied,
companied, accompanied, .the: group. ,TThose. at,
tending were:-Kathy Coffin; Susaa
Waltz, Wanda and Pattllet KisV -nett,
Bea Pecs, Clandit Hesel, Su Susan
san Susan Ness and Carol Seymour,
0lfc3 Cribs? ;
To RSPCA Erspljycj.
LONDON. March 25 (UP) Tha
National Bookmakers Protective
Association today denied charges
that one of its members tired t
do a little business on the side
with the: Royal Society, of thf
Prevention of Cruelty to Animate
i ne associauon rejected as
"outrageous" and "ridiculous"
charge, by an RSPCA emnlnva
that a "well-known firm of book bookmakers"
makers" bookmakers" offered him $1,120 to
smuggle a walkie-talkie into- the
Grand National Track at Aintret
aboard a horse ambulance tft take
the place of a -telephone. r
Bookmakers ar fmiHinr wifk
the track management because
the track is asking moref money
for track phone facilities.'
lne bookies, who v operated
legally in Britain, want the nhonee
so they can rush race results- to
clients who-may then be tem-atad
to bet. more, vf :-tl'-v-r
But the association denied any
attempt at bribery. It id the
money allegedly offered was evesj
more than : "exorbitant thra
for tract pbone service. .. : -. ,r
In Profasfrif Ch
LONDON. 'March M TTPt-lTT
Olympic champion Harold Connel Connelly
ly Connelly said today he would go througs)
a Protestant ceremony when no
marries Czech 'discus thrower 0F 0F-ga
ga 0F-ga Fikotova even though ha faced
excommunication; trim thm
Roman Catholic Church for doinr
o. .; ', ujr.';'v'i -V W.:;".
The hammer thrower from Bosl
ton explained in a telephone call
from the Caech capital that "I de decided
cided decided all this before -I came" tat
Prague to marry Olga.?'
Three ceremonies have been ar
ranged for Wednesday. Tho first
will be a civU form in the City,
Hall, according to Communist
Crech law Next will be a cere ceremony
mony ceremony 4n the Cathohe Church of
our Lady, and last wilt h th nna
m Olga's Protestant church.
Vatican authorities have point
ed out that a Catholic may parti participate
cipate participate in a civil ceremony & re-'
quired by law but also must bt
married in a church service. But
church law forbids a Catholic to
be married in a Protestant eera-
mony under pain of automatie-e.
communication, - i
I nave taken ka that int. mb.
sideration and TO. take care of
myself," the 25 year-old ConnnU
He said arransements had hcasr
completed for the three
College. This is my own eroblem.
"It is not for the whole world
to decide or for newspapers to
write about. f ., i
The .athlete met and weOed Olga
during the Melbourne times last
iu. ljicj managea lo overcem.
the opposition of the Communist
Czech government end win pr-
mmon xe ne married. .:
Connolly, who plans to '. return
home April 10, said he was sura
his 24 year-old bride would get
along fine in Boston. v
. He is stsying at her parents
home in Prsgne. v 1 t
Former Political; ril
Leader Dies In NY
4 LONG BEACH, N.Y.; Mareh
fW James J. (Jimmy) Ilines.
eretie political leader, died early
today. Hirfts died of uremia at
Beaca Memorial Hospital.
hc dm ceea criucauy ui tor sev several
eral several sreeks..
CARE To Change
The CARS mision ra Pailnal M
wiH chance its eftiee hours rilre-
(TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1957
THK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPATKB
O j$r Flung .Radar Warning Lines Extended
Wide,: Wide World Has
'Wf oil" Russian 'fno ."Run ; to (JS 'targets
Become Movie Bacl
- s ft i
rrnirr aftfr rank ROBBERY w Police officers search
Marion Stevenson '(right), 37, after he was captured In a gun
t.tu, in Hoiiis. N.Y. Police sav that Stevenson, an ex-convict,
took between live and 10 thousand dollars front the Reliance
Federal Savings and Loan Association orancn omce in nuu
,fci! tua Rtnvenxon was caotured within a few mocks or
4 i j-: tne
Of Wiping Out
"HAVANA. March 26 (UP) A
hewt lessiou of the Cuban Con-.
UIP1I LUHVBlim : LUUH T w"
ecUtlont that : government l and
mpositin groups might work out
in" agreement to hold national e e-ecUons
ecUons e-ecUons nex year as a way out
if Cuba's current political strife.
In the latest development of the
nnntV Irnirf e r f s i s. Havana's
Rancho Boyecoa international air-
bort wis. placed, .under army su-
bervision by .presidential decree.!
ESDt. JOSS 1 ttOOTlgUe. oampearo
as detailed to hadle the assign-1
Sampedro was .o assigned to
txpreso 7 Aereo lfupv uuerivnuu
ana ian Miami, w ,
' Union pfflcisl Rlgn
Simultaneously; the Cuban Work
ers Confederation announced ac-
entaaefti of tha -.resienatioH of
StT; of, the Air" Workers Union, on
i m grounds that.' be-' ifasiinyolved
(Huaw fiviw as ocuacvaij bcuei
In .VimtiirvAPfiohuT untlvifipu
white was said' to have left the"
t'b Tha. ooenln"oT Conaress also
talnoirW --with' 'Mt7t hut
i uuvvuiuuini rcvuiii wax,
frinna Minisrpl' j"rtre i;srria
1 w...- T ik..., ai i. : ..j
mat h would be succeeded by
Andres Rivero AguerO.
nivvro Aguero is lornier min minster
ster minster Of education and a close col
laborator of President Fulgencio
Batista.- :. ...
Political Peace Formula
'legislators- affiliated with the
Opposition v Cuban Revolutionary
authentic 1 party were under-
itoodi to have prepared a Dolitical
peace formula for presentation to
the' new Congress. No' details had
been A disclosed.
tiowever, me situation as re
cards a possible, electoral solution
to the country's political problems
inapeq up.ims way:
Both .the government and oppo-
Siaon parties agree tnat general
lections must be held next year,
'he government wants them held
l November while the opposition
Lpemse all operations of thejshould not be made a prior con-;
RELEASE AT THE
PERSONAL APPEARANCE OF CARLOS
- star of "DAY AND NIGHT' at the CENTRAL Theatre day offer tomorrow,
is v-alliiiff for ii June date
, The opposition is split over the
Issue of voters' identification
cards. One group demands that
a new national electoral census
be takeil. while- another group
holds it will be enough to give
to' those voters who do not have
them. The government is divided
on the subject,
The opposition is almost unani-
uiuub m ucmaimms gciiciai
political amnesty as a prior con-
anion 10 ine elections, me gov-j
ernmeni oeneyes an amnesty
Paris Woman Lives
In Poverty Unaware
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PARIlKUP) Somewhere m
Paris frail and middle-aged
woman lives in poverty and dis-
unaware that she
;own8 a ionune
Officials 'of the uovernmenV
L ici? s!S- JSSW Te"nslvT.s T8B52
a uawu puuu, ic mil vi xqiiivi n. 1
They dasher her hopes, by refus
ing a loan on her last possessions
The story began Saturday when
the woman entered the agency
carrying two battered violin cases
past the rows of cameras, guns
and violins on which the govern government
ment government had lent money.
The place is "full of violins," a
clerk told her and the agency
could not give her a sou.
Saturday night a porter spotted
tne two cases on a bench near his
office and recognized them as the
;pair carried by the unknown mid-
die aged woman,
The porter gave them to an
agency official who opened the
cases and inspected the shabby
instruments inside. The strings
were broken, the bridges splintered.-.
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The official suspected the violins
might be- a valuable, matched
March 26 (UP) The U. S, Navy
disclosed today that North Amer America's
ica's America's radar warning lines have
been extended far out into the
North Atlantic to foil any Russian
"end run:; toward key u. S
Adm. Gerauld Wright, Atlantic
fleet ommander, ,said, "we're
up here to stop" any sneak attack
funneling down the. northerly ap approaches
proaches approaches and around the flanks
of the DEW (distant early warn
ing; ana jma-canaaa raaar ones.
A new "Atlantic barrier force"
of radar packed aircraft and
destroyers has been quietly oper
a ting astride the ocean avenues
from the Russian Arctic for the
past nine months. ; f
The weather Is soma of the
world's worst, but the air. sea
and undersea defense operation
goes oa around the clock.
1,500-MIIe "'Warning.. :
Reporters witnessing the oper
ation from this Newfoundland
base estimated that in some
cases enemy aircraft could be
detected more than l.pOO miles
from New- York.
That would give the same three
or more hours warning of a
northerly ocean approach as is
exoected from the DEW line at
the top of the continent in event
of a trans-polar attack.
The Nayy. however, refused on
security grounds to reveal exact
routes flown By its nuge constel
lation-type radar planes, location
of picket-ships, or the time it
might be aDie to give continental
points to prepare for an attack
. It did reveal that a warning
can be flashed to uen. arle- E,
Partridge's Continental Air De
fense Command headquarters,
Colorado springs. Colorado, with
in eight minutes of the time an
unidentified plane is detected by
plane or snip.
Were On Ready
Operating on a virtual wartime
footing, the barrier force under
Capt. Joseph C. (Jumpur Joe)
Clifton, Faducah, Kentucky was
"beefed up" during last fall s
We didn't know what was
coming up" and took "extensive
precautions," Wright said
The admiral, who is supreme
allied commander for the Atlan Atlantic,
tic, Atlantic, said Russian subs are spotted
"every now and then."
Members of Clifton's staff
would have to get through the
Atlantic barrier line operated
from here before they would be
close enough to American targets
to luncl guided -missiles.
Planes ICoitly ''
The Constellation type airplane
used for airborne early warning
Its 26-man crew flying 15 hour
missions can detect and track
unidentified planes. From the air,
they can direct battles, guiding
jet interceptors to enemy bom bombers
bers bombers oroversee ship operations.
The Constellations carry a load
of radar equipment which can
see enemy aircraft at distances
well over 100 miles and can
sweep a surface area of 45,000
square miles. '"
The Argentia base, leased in
pair. He found the name "Guil "Guil-laume"
laume" "Guil-laume" in one of them.
He picked the other from its
case, Vushed off the dust and
held it near a light
On a corner of the neglected in
strument the official read: "An
tonio Stradivari 1721 Cremona."
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' East and West "vulnerable
North "East South West
Pass Pass 'J N.Ti-, Pass
a H.T, Pass? Pass-, Pass
,.! -" Opening lead A
Today's hand Is one of the
most interesting of the Inter
The normal bidding la for
South to open with one no no-trump
trump no-trump in third seat,' whereupon
North should jump to three no no-trump..
trump.. no-trump.. West will open his fourth best
spade and North' ten will hold
the trick, south will count up to
eight tricks in several ways but
will note that he Is one short of
game. His best play is to try to
sneak a heart trick so he will
play a heart from dummy; pref preferably
erably preferably the Jack.
East must go right up with the
ace and play a second spade.
West must duck this trick.
Now East and West will have
made their par, which is to beat
the three no-trump contract one
, If South goes after the dia
mond suit at trick two, East will
get the lead and West will again
duck the second spade. South
will run the rest of the dia diamonds
monds diamonds and West .must discard
his hearts in order to retain the
club stopper and all the spades.
if soutn. goes alter tne clubs.
West will probably get the lead.
In this case he must lead a sec
ond low spade so that when East
gets in he will still be able to
lead the suit to West
the 1940 bases destroyers deal
with England, now has 7.500 navy
personnel and their families and
will be expanded by early next
year to 11,000 at a cost of about
30 million dollars.
Even she can
..because Royal Puddings, an so
ess to impart. A vondtrhil wtf to
give kids nutritious food, Each pack
agt hat mrs food itlua thaa a laH
IHsr of aillk. Bui soma
. Royal Pudding today;!
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By ERSKINE JOHNSON
conquerors of Mt. Everest, it's
laughingly being predicted in Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood these days, will be a com
plete: movie company of stars,
crewmen, tons of equipment, a
couple of cuties in bathing suits
and tne usual third assistant di director
rector director velhne for ""Ouietf"- :
The wide, wirin world Instead
of studio back lots has become Hol
lywood s Stage since the Introduc
tion of wide,, wide, screens. Stars
go to work these days in Super
Constellations instead of sports
cars and limousines, and many a
scenery designer has lost his job.
with credits reading: s -"Scenery
by Mother Nature.'
This month there's a new high
Hi uvuj nwv uiuvio u.ctua
round the world The companies
arer on far-flung locations with
three of them in such unlikely
places at Libya, Ceylon and Thai
JOHN. WAYNE, Sophia Loren
and Kossano Urazzi are m bua-
dames, Libya, at the edge of the
Sahara costarring in a tale of
lost treasure, "Legend of the Lost."
In; the sultry1 swamps and jung
les near Ceylon, William Holden
and Alec Guinness are working in
a World War Ii Jhriller, "T h e
Bridge on the Klver ltwai.'
In Bangkok., Thailand, it's To
ny Perkins, Silvana Mangano, Rich Richard
ard Richard Conte and Jo Van Fleet in a
romantic drama,. "The Sea Wall"
After first scouting the oasis of
Guadames as a new and exciting
movie locale for the Wayne film,
Director Henry Hathaway de described
scribed described living conditions there as
ideal "for camels.
Hollywood's answer was a ful
ly equipped tent city, including e-
lectric power, refrigerating equip equip-men
men equip-men and portable bathroom
plumbing, shinned intact from Los
Angeles Harbor. Chartered planes
shuttle .key personnel the, 400
miles from Tripoli to Guadames.
But while en route to one dese.t
location, Brazii and native driv
er, in a jeep, were caught by a
sand .storm and huddled for three
hours beneath a canvas tarpaulin.
HUGE PLASTIC BAGS prob
lem ln Bangkok for The sea
Wall." French Director Rene Cle
ment speaks no English. Camera
crews are English and French.
The sound men are Italian ana
the grips and electricians. Thai Thai-landers
landers Thai-landers and Japanese. Silvana
Mangano rehearses her lines in I I-talian.
talian. I-talian. Tony Perkins and .Jo Van
Fleet in English. Adding to the
confusion is a Chinese actor, from
the Hong Kong stage, who spesss
SUDDEN INTRODUCTION of
Brooklynese into this internation
al' MBel ? tkui. ww ww-linir,'
linir,' ww-linir,' English !8 a comoulsory sub
ject now in Thailand high schools
Nobody ever did it to a toot hires before.
Tbea Dr. West's had aa ingenious idea.
Taet took the famous Dr. West's Miracle Miracle-Toft
Toft Miracle-Toft tad treated it with a special process
4hat lives it anti-bacterial properties. The
result a toothbrush Uut tlay$ adwth inli inli-ttptic
ttptic inli-ttptic ior up to 4 moo the ia Bse...ftftita
fern 24 boors a day ere vhDe it bangs
in your bathroom.
Every briaUe, the toUre brush head Utnry
but "Tony was amazed neverthe nevertheless
less nevertheless when several boys,, working as
grips on the set, began talking
"Is that the way they teach
you to speak English in school
nerey Tony asked them. The boys
iuuok uieir neaas.
"Never went to high school,"
one of them said.
"We learn English at the movies
from .Marlon Brando."
"The Bridge on the River
Kwai," shooting near Ceylon, is
about an incident in the building
of the World War n'Btrni-
siam "death railway" by British
prisioners of the Japanese. A
hewn-log bridge, 300 yatBs long
and six stories high, is one of the
largest single film sets ever built
anywnere. While "slave laborer"
Guinness, a British officer, suner.
vises construction of the bridge,
Holden plots to destrov it and do
esalong with an entiretrain.
"The film' will be so authentic,"
says Producer Sam SoiegeL "that
the Ceylon government has asked
us to acknowledge the fact that
tne picture was shot under peace
TUCKER'S TOWN. TWmiwIo.
President Elsenhower and British
Prime Minister Harold Marmilian
discussing nuclear tests in a com
munique issued at the end of their
"We would be willing to regis
ter with the United Nations ad
vance notice of our intention to con conduct
duct conduct future nuclear tests and to
permit limited international obser
vation of such tests if the Soviet U-
nion would do the same."
CHICAGO? Victor Reuther. Unit-
ed Auto Workers director of inter
national affairs, calling on the U U-nited
nited U-nited States to. urge the United Na Nations
tions Nations align itself with a regional
approach to Middle East prob problems:
lems: problems: "We should focus on the com common
mon common hopes of Israel and the Ara
bian countries rather than on their
NEW YORK: Robert Briscoe,
the first Jewish lord mayor of
Dublin, on the Irish Republican
Army's warfare along the north northern
ern northern border:
"I disagree entirely with this
particular movement. These raids
will not secure anything but hard hardship."
ship." hardship." TOKYO: A U. S. Air Force spok spokesman,
esman, spokesman, on the search for a C-97
military transport plane that van vanished
ished vanished over the Pacific Friday-with
67 Americans aboard:
"We found a few -things, but they
all turned out to be debris not con?
nected with (he plane.'
had a Germ-Fighter "shot'
Dr. West's is gives this gerevfigbting
"shot.'' Cold germs, oral infection germs,
fooath bacteria oatuiod five or grow oa it
. It's as if each aev Dr. West's were "moe "moe-latcd"
latcd" "moe-latcd" against gennav
Yoa can't get this oral protertioa from any
other toothbrush. Get aev Gena-rightlag
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TUESDAY, MARCH M, 1951
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Bocal Boxing ComMisi6:
To Settle B
May Hold Joint Meeting
In Panama City April 14
By J. J. HARRISON JR.
The Panama and Colon Boxing Commissions
appeared to be headed toward a settlement of their
differences today. ..
17 The Colon body voted unanimously last night
tS recognize Toto Ibarra as No. 1 contender for,
Melvin Bourne's bantamweight crown and "pro "pro-rposed
rposed "pro-rposed that the two commissions hold a joint meet meet-"ing
"ing meet-"ing in Panama on April 14 the date Bourne is
scheduled to defend his title against Ibarra-at the
A controversy, which at one
stage threatened to develop Into
a comDlete break, began early
last month when Colon notified
tana ma that the Atlantic Side
Broun considered Colon's Claudio
"Mtrtinez as top ranking conten conten-"iteT'Mn
"iteT'Mn conten-"iteT'Mn the 118-pound class, alter
Panama had listed Ibarra in the
Ibarra knocked out Martinez
twice, while Martinez scored a u
nanimous decision win over
Bourne in a recent non-title fight.
Strained relations which cam
bout as a result of th muddlt
reached ntar broaking point
whon Panama rtfostd to go a.
long with Colon in giving feath feath-rwtight
rwtight feath-rwtight king Isidro Martinez,
who U at prosont in tho U.S., an
extension of up to July 31 to de defend
fend defend his crown, which he has not
don since he wen it on a kayo
over Rodolfo Francis last June.
Commission regulations provide
that; a champion shall defend his
title at least once every six
motohs or run the risk of having
' it .forfeited, but officials may
make exceptions lp special cases.
Colon Commission president
Daniel Delgado Duarte had said
in a published statement last week
that his organization would re:
vex.se its decision and accept Iba Ibarra
rra Ibarra tas top contender if Claudio
made a proposed trip to the U.S..
and, if it were officially confirmed
tat Ibarra, who has been fight fight-K
K fight-K -but of New York, was coming
here for a title match.
' -Claudio left for the States last
Tuesday, and Toto s slated to ar ar-rivenhere
rivenhere ar-rivenhere April 6. According to
the Colon Commission they did
not know of these plans when
thejt placed Claudio ahead of To Toto
to Toto -in the ratings.
in refusing to honor the Colon,
Cdmmissiou's resolution granting
Isidro the extension to defend fpis
tide, Panama Commission presi president
dent president Rogello (Pinky) Arias Mid
inia letter to Delgado that Pana Pana-v
v Pana-v bppT sobbed by riot hav
ing been consulted by colon j qn
oeore the decision was
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Delgado and other members of
the commission pointed out last
night however, that Panama had
not consulted Colon either, on the
"Neither commission." said Del
gado, "is bound by any rule to
consult the other on local boxing
matters. But there is an under
standing between the two groups
that for the good of the sport we
get together on certain issues.
If we were guilty of a breach.
he continued, "then it is clear that
Panama is equally at fault in not
discussing the Toto-Claudio case
with us before arriving at a deci
Delgado declared that had he
the slightest idea that Panama
would be against granting an
extension to Isidro, who he said
is "a Panamanian seeking hon honor
or honor and glory for our country in
.that. -States' he. definitely -would
ha v r ouht tho Panama
thoritio Jor fhelrjspin
that thpatriotlc-angle' a 1 o n e
would be-enough for them, to 4 a a-gree
gree a-gree -with, us so T went Vablaad
without checking with them.'
'Isidro has" won twice In Two enft-
fngs in th US. and is ranked, No.
6 among the the world's Im
pounders by the National Boxing
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Cerveceria's Annual Women s Golf
The. year's bieeest even In wom
en's golf begins on. April 4 at the
Gamboa Golf Club with, Qualifying
rounds tor xne women's invitation invitational
al invitational Golf Tournament sponsored by
uervecena jNaeaonai, s.A,
This annual, tournament Is the
only one an the Isthmus exclusive exclusively
ly exclusively for; the' ladies, and Cerveceria
and the Gamboa Golf Club are de determined
termined determined that it will be a memor memorable
able memorable events Put some 40-50 talent talented
ed talented fairway artists together on the
tricky Gamboa course, show them
the beautiful silver prizes they are
working for,' maybe provide a .bot-
ue or two- or inai aeiicious werveza
Balboa, and there, are bound to be
plenty of fireworks and excitement.
Here's a brief run-down on the
main conditions of play;
1. All women golfers from any
of the Isthmian golf clubs are eligi eligible
ble eligible to participate.
2. 18 hole medal play qualifying
round to be played in 2, 3, or 4-ball
matches on any day from April
through April 7. No practice rounds
during qualifications. Persons at'
testing score cards must be fellow
competitors entered in the tourna
3. Players will be divided into
five flights according to qualify qualifying
ing qualifying scores and will be paired by
standard Golf Association Rules
After pairings, matches will be
played according to match play
4. First round matches are to be
completed by April -14; second
round matches by April 21, and
the finals will be on April 28
times to be announced later.
Cerveceria has provided eleven
beautiful silver prizes for this
tournament: one for medalist, and
a winner and runner-up prize in
each of the five flights. These priz prizes
es prizes are now on display in the wind
ow of Mercuno Jewelers on cen
tral Avenue, and all ladies are urg
ed to go by and see what you have
to work for. Remember the dates:
At il 4 through April 7 at Gamboa
Jim Riley Cops
Jim Riley defeated Norm Lew Lew-ter
ter Lew-ter on the 32nd hole of a 36 hole
finals play-off to become the sec second
ond second Lucky Strike champion Sun Sunday
day Sunday at the Gamboa Golf Club.
Riley and Lewter palyed heads
up golf and for the first nine
holes it was very tight. The nine
ended with Riley 1 up over Lew Lewter
ter Lewter by winning the ninth hole.
At the end of the first 18 holes,
Norm was three down to the long
hitting Jim. However, Norm came
back in the first three holes of
the second 18 and won two of
them. Jim won the fourth hole
with a long birdie putt to put him
back to two up. Jim then advanc
ed to three up and made the turn
at the end of 27 holes four. up.
The match carried on to the 14th
hole where Jim closed Norm out
with a birdie to end the match.
The matches played were close
and the spectators were pleased.
In the first flight, Jim DesLondes
defeated Collett 1 up. This match
went the distance and it wasn't
decided until the last putt on eigh eighteen.
teen. eighteen. The results of all the matches
were as follows:
Championship flight: Riley over
First Flight: DesLondes over
Second Flight: Jaggers over
Third Flight: Engelke over Har Harrington
rington Harrington Fourth Flight: Stuart over Gil Gil-dersleve
dersleve Gil-dersleve Fifth Flight:
Hope over Robert-
Rogers over Carl-
Seventh Flight: Boyett over Cof
As soon as the championship
flight had finished ue players
and their friends enjoyed a cock cocktail
tail cocktail party given by Lucky Strike.1
The new Lucky Strike representa
tive, Bill Bass, was introduced to
iQ present and the beautiful sil-
ver prizes were presented to t'boat Bluebird through the 250-mile
winners ana runner-up vi uvn v
the eight flights.
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Podres, pph Larsen 'Draw'
In First Meeting Of 1957
y DLL MCFARLAND
MESA, Ariz. (UP) Renovated
from top to bottom, the Chicago
iUDs set out mis season on a long
range" project to climb from the
bottom to the top of the National
Bob Scheffing, new manager o
the club, says: "We have set our
sights en progress, not mirarles,
this year. .The- main thing being
to get out of eighth plare.
"We fixed two very weak spots
when we acquired two capable
catchers and a hard-hitting third
baseman," said kcheinng, point pointing
ing pointing to Charlie Silvern and Ray
Katt, behind the plate, and Ray
jabionsu, at tnird.
Hurler Prespecta Q4
'Our pitching should be pretty
good," Scheffing said, and listed
veteran Bob Rush, the six foot,
five-inch right hander, and bonus
baby Myron (Moe) Drabowsky as
two potential "big winners."
In addition, the staff includes
Jim Brosnan 5-9; Don Kaiser,
4-9; Turk Lown, 9-8 and Vito Val Val-entinetti,
entinetti, Val-entinetti, 6-4, all with the Cubs last
year, along with Jack Collum and
Tom Poholsky, acquired in a deal
with St. Louis.
Scheffing believes he has the
best keystone combination in the
Anthony Seeks Light-Heavy;
Crown To Get Fight With
Best Friend Patterson.
y OSCAR FRALIY
NEW YORK (UP) Tony An
thony, a music-happy mauler with
suspicious chin, is looking to
ward the light-heavyweight cham championship
pionship championship today as 4 means of hav having
ing having a fight with his best friend.
Anthony is the 22-year-old piano
and trombone player from Harlem
who meets Michigan State alum
nus Chuck spieser at Detroit on
April 5. The winner faces ancient
Archie Moore for the ugni neavy neavy-weight
weight neavy-weight crown.
The hard-hittint Tonv nones to
win them and then challenge his
current training camp pal, Floyd
Patterson, for the world heavy-out
These two have been close
friends since both were on the
1952 Olympic boxing team. Ar All that time, defends Mana Mana-now.
now. Mana-now. as Anthony trains at Green ger Ernie Braca, "we were trying
wood Lake N. Y., for his Spieser
engagement. Patterson ha n d s
down daily tips from bis seat on
Anthony has his work cut out
for him, at least according tolhe
Italy defeated a
United States soc
cer team, 4-1, Sunday, in an inter
national military match before a
crowd of 2,500 rain-drenched spec
CAIRO. Eevot (VT Sven
Davidson of Sweden defeated Bel Belgian
gian Belgian Davis Cupper Phillippe
Washer. 6-2. 2-6. 6-L 6-2, Sunday
to win the Egyptian singles tennis
AGUA CALLEMTE, Mex. (UP)
Gen. Duke, one of three Calu
met Farm star three-year-olds,
was cut from 5 to 2 to 2 to
on the Kentucky Derby.
'port of tbe Boys State program,
LONDON (UP) Water speed -onsored by the American Legion,
champion Donald Campbell o fcvadquarters U.S. Army Carib Carib-Encland
Encland Carib-Encland plans to drive his jei .can said today.
jper ftvur water ptrrrcr t wuiewnw.
i in new York sum tnis summer.
' r Also:
t Gamboa Club
business in home-run hitting Ernie
Banks at shortstop, and Gene
Baker, who also can hit the long
ball, at second base. The only
problem that .Banks has a
chronic sore arm and may be
switched to first base, First-sack-
er uee ondy hit .300 -and .309 In
1952 and 1953, but hasn't been
close to that figure since.
Jablonski, because of his runs-
batted-in record, probably will get
the call at third base, although
George Freese, up from Los Ang Angeles,
eles, Angeles, is given a good chance to
stick with the club.
The outfield appears to offer
Scheffing the most trouble. He
needs heavy hitting at those posi
tions, and .the record shows he
may not have it.
Walt Moryn. the 223-pound ex-
Dodger, appears to tbe the only
cinch in the outfield. The big
right fielder hit .285, blasted 23
home runs and drove in 67 runs
for the Cubs last year.
Scheffing has hopes that Jim
Bolger, who had a great year at
Los Angeles hitting .326, including
28 homers and 147 RBI's, can take
over either left or centemeid.
Gale Wade, a speedy flychaser
with three previous major league
tries, in center field at present.
oddsmakers. They quote Spieser
as a 5 to 2 favorite for the Detroit
embroglio. The answer is the du
bious quality of the Anthony chin.
After winning the 1951 and 1952
Golden Gloves championships, An
thony turned pro with a splash
as he won his first eight bouts by
But then he was flattened. Tony
came back to win 10 in a row, six
by knockouts. Then he was flat
tened again. Rebounding, he won
three more in succession. You're
right He was knocked out again,
After which he won two by knock-
and again was kayoed hira-
Kept Weight Down
.to keep him a middleweight, be
cause mere was more action in
that division. The result was that
it weakened him.".
So, they contend, they let him
grow naturally into a light heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight and since then he has
scored six in a row, knocking over
four of those opponents. That
gives him a record of 29 wins, 22
by knockouts, against those four
blackouts he suffered.
Spieser seems to be more of the
same. He has won 20, of which 14
were knockouts But of hu four J1? tte.!thfS;
.. h.rf h. ..r...n. .ir.-n'ning to beat the Kansas City
on him twir.
Armed Forces Series
To Be In Support
Of Boys Stale Only
The Panama Area Armed Forc
es baseball champions versus the
1PAAP All-Stars baseball' series
scheduled for April 6-8 Is in sup-
An earlier Army release had
.wiw, w wuuiruniuiuuii,
'tnat ue series wtniw oe in sup-
port of both the Boys State and
Girls State programs.
American Legion officials have
notified tbe Army that Girls State
win not participate ia proceeds
from the series. A separate effort
for Girls State is planned, acord acord-i
i acord-i ing to the American Legion.
The Armed-Forces series is cur currently
rently currently scheduled for the Balboa
Stadium on Saturday, April 6 at
7:30 p.m.; Sunday, April T at 2:00
pjn.; and if a third game is nec necessary,
essary, necessary, oa Monday, April 6 at 7:30
j ; If the current PAAP pennant
race ends in a tie it will be ec ec-.
. ec-. essary to reschedule to s b e
games to allow time for the play-,
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, March 26 (UP)
Johnny Podres and Don Lar
sen settled today for a "draw"
In the first of the "Mr. Wonder
ful vs. Mr. Perfect" meetings
which the Brooklyn Dodgers and
New York Yankees expect to
extend Into the 1957 World Ee Eerie.
rie. Eerie. The pitching heroes of the last
two- worm series met for the
first time yesterday and the re
suit was a aplendid 11-lnning
contest won by the Dodgers, 1 1-0.
0. 1-0. .Neither hero was around at
the finish, of course, but each
put on a whale of a show for the
record Vero Beach, Fla., crowd
OI 4,U4. v
Podres, packing up right
-where he left off on Oct. 4.
1955, pitched six hltless innings
in wnicn be faced the mini minimum
mum minimum 18 batters. Then he step stepped
ped stepped aside In favor of Don
Drysdale, who kept the no-hitter
going until Tommy Byrne
singled with two out in the
ninth. Tony Kubek singled in
the 10th for the Yankees' oth other
er other hit.
Larsen was 'bombed" by Cin
cinnati in his sprirur debut last
Wednesday but yesterday he was
bending- the elbow as of old his
fast ball had lots of hops on it
ana tnere was plenty of
"schnappes' in his curve. He
yielded four hits: In five Innings
ana now has pitched 14 straignt
shutout innings against the
Dodgers. Podres, meanwhile, has
a string of 17 shutout innings a a-galnst.the
galnst.the a-galnst.the Yankkees so the two
clubs expect to turn away- the
fans in their three remaining
Tommy Byrne added five more
scoreless innings to Larsen's five
but the Dodgers pushed over the
winning run against Al Cicotte
in the llth, Don Demeter open
ed the Inning with a double and
he scored, when Gil McDougald
past' third aftededtwo batters in two innings.
The victory was the Dodgers
ninth in 16 exhibition games
and gave them a 2-1 edge over
the Yankees. The world cham champions,
pions, champions, who've been pretty er er-ratio
ratio er-ratio this spring, have a 9-8
Only three other games were
played yesterday as rain wash
ed out Detroit vs. Chicago. Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati vs. St. Louis. Pittsburgh
vs. Philadelphia and Wichita vs.
Dusty Rhodes (...and how
many remember when Dusty
Was a World Series hero, too?)
cracked a two-run homer off
Sandy Consuegra In the 12th In
ning to give th New York Gi
ants a 6-4. win over the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Orioles. The Orioles took a
4-1 lead against Johnny Anto-
nellr in the first five innings but
rookies Fernando Rodriguez and
Gordon Jones stopped the Orio
les with one hit for the remain remainder
der remainder of the way. Foster Castleman
and Hank Sauer hit homers for
Ernie Banks and Jim Bolger
smashed two homers each as the
Chicago Cubs defeated the
Cleveland Indians, 10-6, to hand
tbe Tribe its sixth defeat in
seven games. Bob Rusn, being
primed, for the Cubs' opening
day assignment, pitched five
strong innings before running
Into a four-run flurry in the
sixth. Chlco Carrasquel homered
for the Indians.
The Washington senators scor-
Athietlcs, 8-3, In the other game,
Nell Chrlsley tripled with the
bases loaded and Herb Plews hit
a two-run homer to spark the
rally. Eddie Yost had four sin singles
gles singles for the Senators.
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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Powells Defeat CHS-Alumni
To Win Atlantic Twiloop Flag
W Half Standings
" W L Pet.
. SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Powells 11, CHS-Alumni 8
, TONIGHT'S OAM I
USS Jasper vs C.H.S.
, By TREVOR SIMONS
Powells wound up one -of their
most successful, seasons in Atlan-
uc iwiught Baseball Sunday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon when they cinched tho sec second
ond second half title with an ll-to-8 win
over Alumni, giving the champions
a clean sweep of both halves and
anotner championship for 1957.
It was anvthin but a e&me hit-
fitting a championship contest, for
tne winners miscued 10 times
while the Alumni fumbled around
with the ball five times.
A pair of walks., two. costlv A-
lumm erros and three -successive
doubles by Ridge, Sapp and Rine Rine-hart,
hart, Rine-hart, gave Powells a. big 7 run
inning in the third and a lead
wnicn they never jTellnquished.
Noel Gibson started for the win
ners and took credit for his llth
win of the season. Considering
Powells total of 16 victories for
the season against two losses.
Gibson's amazing total of 11 be
comes an impressive total for oth
er Atlantic Twilight League hurl-
ers to snoot tor; but the Powells
strong-man was not around to see
the finish of this important win.
Visibly weakening in the fifth,
Gibson -called on Wambo Lung to
tane over and the Powells reliev reliever
er reliever pitched hltless ball, though al
lowing 'one run to score In the
seventh on a pair of walks and an
error. Gibson had given up 6 hits
ana warned, 3 wnue striking out 5.
John Coffey was the starting
hurler ior Alumni and was the
victim ot five extra base blows
Hall, with a double In the f i r s t
innings and Vines Ridge who tri
pled in the first, aided Powells in
a vruo opening rame, oney allowed-a
total of 5 hits and wajk-
The Alumni starter left the
game in the third with none' away
in the third frame, Mike Rock
took over and after belg greeted;
with Kinehart s double and find
ings the going a little difficult
coming in from the outfield to
pitch and walking two batters, set settled
tled settled down to allow only one more
bit in the 5 innings he worked and
was a harmless single to Fortner
in the fifth.
'The battle 'for the batting crown
saw Mike Rock tack 5 points on
to his average with 2 for 4. Both
Gibson and Dedeaux, Rock's con contenders
tenders contenders for hte tiblef. were 0 for
3, dropping Gibson to .409 and De-J
deaux to .387. kock s .4j seems
sure to capture the 1957 betting
championship, only no nits in iour
OUTLINES Sports uf,
NEAT When only one pro professional,
fessional, professional, Patty Berg, topped
her in the Titleholders Golf
Championship over the Au Augusta,
gusta, Augusta, Ga., Country .Club
course, Anne Quast, 19, was a a-warded
warded a-warded the Dorothy J. Manice
Trophy as the nation's out outstanding
standing outstanding women's amateur.
times at bat in Thursday nlghtl
finale could deprive the Aluriui
outfielder of the honor,
But for the fact that it was Ton
ells last game of the season, thai
might have suffered a disablii
loss when Buckeye Swearingea
top backstop in the league, w
accldently spiked in the first is)
ning by he Alumni .third basemai
when both players collided at tht
bag. Prather was fielding Di
deaux's ground hall right on tli
line with Swearingen on third ant
when the Powells catcher wesi
back to the bag Ee received 4
spike wound on his ankle. Sweal
ingen was treated' at the bosplts
ana released, nut would n ay 4
been sidelined for possibly it
weeks had Powells hot lred)
vuuipictcu wen. pi;ucuuieY 14:
C.H.S. Plays Jasper Tonight
Only two more playing! dates ft
mam on the 1957 Atlantic Twl
light League schedule. Tonight
C.H.5. win bid to stay out of tin
cellar when. they meet Jasper
The Jasper nine will return -acan
Thursday to challenge Alumni h
a game that will determine 1
Mike Rock walks off. with the-bat
ting title. Plans are now vndei
way for one additional post-sea
son game to be played Sunday
Powells, champions, of the loos
will play against an all-star teas
chosen from among the othei
three teams in the league.
Ah R H Po J
Swearingen e .... 0
Fortner rf ...... 2
Lung p .......... 1
Hall lb 2
Dedeaux ss ...... &
Hooper, cf, e .... 3
Gibson, p, 2b .... S
Ridge 3b ........ 4
Sapp If .......... 4
Rinehart 2b, cf 4
Dunning, rf cf, rf 4
SO U 7 51 ii
Hammond '2b 4 6 0 S 1
rehlberg ss . 3 3 1, 4i
Or vis e .......... S TJ
Tuttle rf, cf .....
Prather 8b i.
Coffey o ...i....
25 S 6 21 1
Score Bv Inninsa
Powells 407 000 011 7 11
CHS-Alumni 122 110 1. 8 6 I
M.V.P. In N.G.VA.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. h (UP).
North Carolina won the champion
ship, but Wilt Chamberlain o
Kansas outscored and outrebound
ed Lennie Rosenbluth, plus get
hng more votes Is the "most val
uable player" of the NCAA, bis
ri.0Bu cnampionsnips. g f
. Chamberlain was the only uhan
unous choke for the li-iouma
ment team selected by SO mem
bers of the press and radio an
also wen the most valuable awarl
over Rosenbluth, 17-15.
Pete Brcnnan, 6-6 junior for
ward for North Carolina; Johi
tireen, sophomore center 1 foi
Michigan State: and Gens Rrnw.
jumor for San Francisco. als
were named to the all-tournametf
team,- t r
Today Encanto 2S .IS
' vOUvlade Havllland la
'. Jeanne Cram lit '
Today IDEAL. 20 JQ
KING OF THE CONGO"
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TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1957
TSR riNAMA AMERICAN AW INDEPENDENT DA ITT NEWS? AFEE
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Succ o Clinch Atlantic Teen-Loop Pen nant
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ATtANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
-Mutual of Omaha ... 9
Coco Sollto Cuba .... 7
pirate .!.; 5
Police Pals .......... 4
Coco Solo Brayei ... 4
Coca. Cola, oBttlers 2
" Mutual ol Omaha won their
seventh straight game of the
cecond hall as they dpwned the
Coco' Solito Cubs 5 to o in a
tame Dlayed on Thursday after
noon at Margarita little League
The game finished the regular
'schedule for both teams and
served only as a warm-up for
th championship playoffs ,1 be-
tween the same two clubs which
started yesterday, with the sec-
nd game being piayca rnursqay
Afternoon. : ' ..-
Once again It too much
Wainio and the Mutual twirler
had a ho hit-no tun game in his
pocket with two men out in the
fast inning: Luther Qulnn came
to bat and produced a sizzling
Single to right field which burst
the no hit balloon-.,
4' Twelve of the Cubs went down
swinging and only two mien were
' able to reach third base., Oppos Opposing
ing Opposing Walnlo On the mound was
starter Bob Jodlce who was
charged! with the loss, and Ma Matte
tte Matte Villamarzo 'Who worked the.
last three innings," r r
i At-the plate, it was all Mutual
with Mike Burza, Reggie Lum
and Rusty Field each having a
triple while Burza and Lum had
ri. .additional double,, Rusty
Field with three for thre assur assured
ed assured himself of the league's bat batting
ting batting leadership and Reggie Lum
lifted his average to .385 with
his three for four hitting.
The box score:
Mutual of Omaha AV R H E
Lum, Reg. ss .... . . 4 2 J 0
Field, c 2 3 3 0
Wainio, . .p ....... 4 0 0 0
Burza, 3b .. 3 1" I ; Q
?ath, lb ....,... 3 0 10
Ijauser, 2b 10 J" .0
Seeley, 2b ....'.... 0 0 0 0
Lum, RoL.'ff 1 si?? ?
Highley, If 0,0 1
Tioflkerv cf ......j.. 10 0 0
Rtef, cf 2 0 0 0
Brians If ......... 1.0 0 0
landers, Tf v. V
' Seore By Innings
Braves 021 05210
Coca Cola t v 000 300 3 j
'Oil Morland's Pirates closed
thef ; season's play on Saturday
afternoon with an 8 to 7 win
Great pitching by Brian
over the Police Pals to finish in who really had it in the clutch
third nlace in the second half wnea ne needed-it la the early
Both teams were managed by stages of the game, combined
players making . their farewell "with the fine defensive play of his
aDnearance in the leaeue. Edsel teammates won the Atlantic Teen
Hilty took charge of the Pirates, age League championship- last
while Kennv Smith mastermind- night for the Motta club 17-1 at
ed the Police Pals., Mount Hope Stadium.
. Although the Pirates were out-' 1
hittine the Pals, thev went into The Buick, team; played a, loose
the bottom ot the fifth trailing me in the field from the very
by four runs. With the bases first inning. Errors of omission
loaded Harrv Murrav hit a dou- (ye. 1 of them) resulted in the
ble in riirht field snorlnir two game breaking wide open when,
runs.' John Sanders scored on a 'In the fifth inning, the Mottai
passed ball. Tommy Hickey theni scored 'five Umted runs to go, a
sineied to left to score Murray v-u
LOOK OUT BEHIND .YOU
r U89 TO BMJTHA-r
with the tying run. This tied the
score at 7 to 7. The winning run
was scored in the sixth when a
bases loaded walk to Murray
forced in Corky Cortez with the
: Th Pals started Kennv' Kar- named Who eventual got three
plnskl who was relieved by Joe out in the- final stanza and when
Coffin, the losing pitcher. Dou- the smoke had cleared away, the
gie Alberga took the win so the'Mottamen had amassed a total of
At this- point, Buick pitcher Ku
lie was relieved from his agftnii.
ing duties and was followed to the
scaffold by .Morland, Cronan and
Leon who did not fare any toe
well With the exception of the last
- -v' - . J tJ V AND N f "AY h
Pirates marched Will Will. L. J.
Christoph, corky cortez and Al Alberga
berga Alberga to the mound. The out
standing catch of the day was
made in deep left field .when
17 runs and without doubt proved
themselves very worthy c ban.
Third baseman Hugo Tompkins
of the Mottas proved tA, be the
little Larry Christoph tuok Joe slugger 01 tne senei wnen ne .nn
noffin' ioni fiv witi the hasps Ihis second home run in the. sixth
loaded to end the Pals ; fourth
inning tally. The game produced
five doubles: one each to Alber
ga, Hickey, Murray of the Fi-J
rates and Mickey McElhone and
Wim Jongbloed of the Pals.
a The box scorer.
Police Pals '-"Ab R
Watson, 2b 0 0
Carpenter. 2b i. 1
Crump.' 3b 0
;3rayton. 3b ......... 2
Rainbow: City Softball Loop
Coinn, 3D, p
Barber, If ....
Karpinskl, p, If
Clancy rt ,.
Griffith, cf .,.
LeOn; If, p
1 Will, cf,.).
0 Kulig, p, ss
paiumoo, c . , ...
Sanders, lb ..........
Monana, .d, p
Cronan, p ;
. 2' 1
. V; Standings,
' 1 Won Lost Pet,
Cafe Bohio ........3 0 1.000
Cerveza Balboa ... 2 l
Rainbow City ,3 2
Margarita Stars ,.? 0 2
n Deportlva Kuna . 0 3
The Big Six
Wilmot (C.B.) ..... 8
867iDesousa (C.B.) 7
.OOO.Knawles (R.C.) ..41
.OOO'SpaJding (C.B.) ...10
.OOOiCanate (R.C.) .... .
Rock-(C3.) ...... 7
20 S 10 1
Coca ftolito Cuba
Hef fner, lb .. ..
Villamarzo, 2b, p ...
Ralney, If ..........
Kandrin, If .........
Jodlce, p 3b ..
Motta, 3b, 2b ......
Baranick, rf ........
Cross, rf ...........
Eberenz, tt 2b
Cortez,. cf, p ..,..,...3 2
Christoph, JUT. lb, p .4 ;t 1
Scheidegg, $,rf .-. .... 1 v 0
Sanders J.-rf .... ...;o 1
Christoph,' L. lfV : . 2 0
Murray,- If ... ..... .11
Will, p, lb .......... 3 0
Hickey, 2b 2 1
J' Score Bt Inninrg
o! Police 200 8207
n! Pirate. 100 241 8'
EHzey, 2b.. ...........
Humphries,, c . ...
Lutz. 0"-, -v.vf
Lastingfr, rf ............
0 : 0, x ''
2. 0 trionii VfntAMt
t 3 2
4 .2 si
2 3 0
33 17 8
28 8 8 2
ia o i i
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
: Second Half Standings
Score By Innings
211 301 S 10
000 0000 1
Tha Coca Cola Bottlers failed
in their attempt to lift them them-selves
selves them-selves out of the cellar when the
Coco Solo Braves pounded out a
10 to 3 win over them on Friday
afternoon. : ;
v Cola'a Manager Art Wilder
nH s.11 fifteen men on his ros
ter as the two teams brought
their season to a clos. For the
Braves, Wayne Hardisty went
the route to, pick up his second
win of the season. Dave Wilder
started for the opposition, took
the loss and was followed on the
hUl by Ralph Bender and Ricky
wayne Hardisty and Ricky
Peterson each had a double while
Hardisty collected two hits, but
the batting star of the day was
young Bob Oliphant. the Braves
10, year old second sacker. Bob
came to bat four times and col collected
lected collected three hits, three runs bat
te4 in, with, one of his hits be being
ing being e double, Dick Roscoe the
Bottlers third baseman was out outstanding
standing outstanding in the fields,
;Tfce box score:
C Sol Braves
Bulllngton, lb .....
Montez, B. rf
Dyer.' rf .....
Lincoln Life .....
Elks 114 .......
Gibraltar : Life '.,
v'; . Next' Six' Games
. Tliesday,f March 26: Nehi vs.
Tivoll Motors; Sommers' Sparks
vs. Mutual of Omaha.
Wednesday, March 27: Tropel Tropelco
co Tropelco vs. Nehi; Tivoli Motors ? vs.
Thursday, March 28: Elga.vs.
Sommers' Sparks; Tropelco ; vs.
Tivoli Motors. ., '
Lincoln Life 4, Gibraltar Life 8
The second half championship
of the pacific Little League was
decided yesterday. afternoon at
the Little League Stadium, when
Lincoln Life won a close game
from Gibraltar Life 4-3.
The strong arm and heavy bat
of Louie French played. an, im important
portant important part in the victory, un until
til until the last inning French allow
ed only one nit and enjoyed a
four-run lead when Gibraltar
put together three hits for three
runs. ;" ,-;:v; ".'
Aitman pitched a beautiful
game for the Gibraltar s .and
handcuffed all the batters ex-
rnt Vrnrh vho hart twn for
two and clouted his eighth home.!!'
run of the season. Farnsworth i'
th nrtlv nlir in fh T.in.
,.',' Monday's Resalts
Elea 321 80012
Tropelco ';'' oil 100-- 3'
Elga opened the econd-hilf
of the Isthmian Little League
season with a strong 8-mt at attack
tack attack on the hapless .Tropelco
nine. Carew boosted his batting
average with a 3-4 day at the
plate and A- Barber turned in. a
3-3 performance. Stennett- won
his sixth game scattering 8 hits
through the opposition. St. Claire
lost his second game despite as assistance
sistance assistance from Rivas andFarreH
The box score
Dyer, If ....
coin llneiin who loined French 1 Baroer,
in getting A hit f Sarfw
Monday- night; the league K. Evelyn, 3b
managmsr personnel met. and jr Cl
made 'inal plans for the playoff (E- Hebbert c,
between- the first and second! J- J0"'; ?
half champions, A three game i-Bonmck, n
series will stort next Monday J- Stennett, p
series will start next Monday
afternoon, and followed Tuesday!
and Wednesday, if necessary. in
case of any tie games, play will
continue on Thursday. Regular
season piicning nues wui prevail
- ft, throughout the series.
tl The box score:
C. Callender, 2b, u.,.
35 10 6
teca tela Bettlm
Wilder, p, lb
Bender, 2b, p
Sanders, cf ..
Stroher, rf ..
C licy,- If ;
Sanchez, lb, p
0' Aitman p ...
A V U9UD c .
y Barrett 3b ..
.Zapp lb .....
. i Thompson rt
4 Hunt 2b ..............
,L Lincoln Life
0 Joyner J. cf
0 Ostrea ss
O Beck 3b
0 French p
1 Case c
0 Famsworth lb .....I..
0,Fernandei If .........
0 Bowman rf
E. Farrell, as 2
R. Rivas, lb, p 3
O. St Claire, p, ft-.... 3
R. Smith, If. 2b ....... 2
T. Daniels, cf ......... 2
A. Castillero. 3b ....... 2
R. Flemmings, rf 2
R. Meiendez. rt ....... t
,'F. Shaw, c
Touring Golf Pros
Oil For Wilmington
Yiih Youngsters llol
MIAMI BEACH (UP)-TBe tour
ing goL' profegsionals headed to today
day today for the Wilmington Open and
more 'than a few ,of the- "old
guard'!, .figured they had better
get in some serious practice if
they. ar not Us be outshone by
"youngsters" in the coming. Mas-,
ter tourney. u -t.
Al Balding of Toronto, a 100-1
shot, came home a stroke in front
st 137 Sunday to win 'the $7,500
Miamf BtachOpen, Vovlng once
again that ''old reliables" such as
Sara Sncad, Lloyd Mangrum,
Cary Middlecoff, .-Ed itutgoh and
Julius Borot have not been win
ning many tournaments lately.
They all landed out of the mon
y- Mangrum and- Boros with
142,v Snead and MiddlecoH with
143s and Furgoi with a 146.
However, veteran Chick Harbert
of Northville, Mich., finished. at
runner-up to .Balding with a 138
for the 36-hoIe route of the two
day'' event ", .;
- r v:; i v r ',.
TV Invades Field
Of Basketball Rules
KANSAS CITY. Mo.' (UPV-Tele-
vision moved into the field of bas
ketball rules today and caused of
fecials to think about what color
Bail should be used to show .up
oesi on ine nome screens.
The National Basketball Com Committee
mittee Committee of the Unitel States and
Canada, which makes. the basket basketball
ball basketball rules, : is considering using
yellow pails for TV games, the
better to please the fans at home.
".Te committee opened itsan-
nuai. meeting here Sunday and
was expected to finish its work on
the annual rules' revision. tonight
Whilf the committee had per perhaps
haps perhaps 100 different suggested rule
changes, one that seemed certain
to pas would modify the one and
one foul shot Coaches last week
recommended- that the one and
one be suspended on the first six
fouls by each team each half,
along lines .of a .system used in
the Big Tea this season.
SECOND HALF STANDINGS
,638 .Ocelots ;
- on Mam w
Pouring-seven runs across the
plate in the first- two innings,
the Canal Zone lire fighters reg registered
istered registered their third straight win
Friday by stavimr v off several1
scoring threats by the Rainbow
City stars and squeezed through
to a 7-8 abbreviatea iive-mning
contest i 'I ,;
' Chester Desouza diminutive
second sacker of the fireman
kept up his spectacular hitting
with two for three, knocking in
three! runs while A. Cante had
two for two for the- losers.? ;
Drayton started on the hill
and. was tagged fo rail seven
runs (on 'four hits, in his., losing
effort. Stewart who came to his
relief In the third frame hurled
hitless and runless ball the rest
of the way. Wood triedl.the lxonJ
man roie, coming oacx aiier
having .worked the day before.
butrwent haywire in the fourth
and had to be lifted in the fifth
after he walked the first batter.
Walker came on and was
promptly greeted by Herman
Charles' long home run to right
center with Khowles aboard to
narrow the gap by a run. After
Walker, allowed the tying, and
winning runs to get on, Chester
Desouza rushed, to the mound
from second base and promptly
aiiub uuur n;biiiitH m iicxvt
nil ce jjincrs u preserve me
Palomas 7, Macaws 3
L Pet GB DevOre lb
1 .834 Chase 2b
1 .750 1 i Thompson
2. .667 1 Corrlgan, L. 3b
3 .500 2 Corrigan, E. 3b
6 .187 4 Watts. If.
4 .000 4 'Stielau p, rf
stiener cf i..
first half Oakley rr.
a reunite: MCAiien ri
rhamns. are makine
bid to avoid a nlavoff this year McOowin n
as they copped their fifth, win x-Struck out f or Stienei in the
In six starts when they defeated 6th.
the Macaws seven to tnree Mon-
Score By Innings
R. City Stars 001 326 ft 5
Cafe Bohio 250 Ox 7 4 1
Drayton. Stewart "and Ouln-
lan; Wood, Walker, Desouza and
At R H
2 0 0
2 0 0
4 2 3
4 0 1
3 2 3
44 0 01 R. Bowen. 3-4, Phillips and MU-
lett 3-3. led the Omaha oiiense,
,2t a 9
day afternoon at the Fastlich
Teenage Ball park.
Workrhorse Kline went all the
way for the Palomas, allowing
only three runs on three hits as
he whiff ed ten.,, Stielau of the
Macaws allowed, five runs on;
flv hits. He was relieved in tne
sixth by McGowin who gave up
two runs on wo hits.
The PalomaB scored two in the
first on hits by Rathgaber, Kline)
and Pajak; one in the third on
a sinirle by Garcia plus two
walks, two in the fifth on a sin--gle
by Dolan and two walks aid
two in the sixth on two walkd
and singles by Rathgaber and
The Macaws scored one In the
second on two walks apd a qin qin-gle
gle qin-gle by L. Corrigan and two in
the sixth on singles by 'E. Corri
gan and Watts.
Palak. with tow for twe led,
for the Palomas. The Corrigan
boys, Larry and Eddie had a
perfect day at the plate with
one for one -'
The public is invited to attend
the final tames nlayed by the
Teeners at their own ball park, i
the Fastlich Teenage Ban par
on Gaillard Highway. Good
sportsmanship, team work and i
keen competition mark the four four-thirty
thirty four-thirty games any eekday and
a cordial Invitation is extended
to interested fans.
SUMMARY Walks off: Stie Stielau
lau Stielau 7, Kline 5, McGowin 2. Strike
outs by: Kline 10, Stielau 5, Mc McGowin
Gowin McGowin l. Left on base; Palomas
8, Macaws 6. Earned tuns: palo palomas
mas palomas 2, Macaws o. Umpires: Mqhl
and p." Corrigan Jr. Time of
game 1:42. Scorer:- Dobson.
Crijtobal.aub bird-shot strewert strewert-wrought
wrought strewert-wrought gratifying havoc upon the
hurtling mud-pies at their March
20 concourse with : three, no-fect
strings executed and a good num.-
ber of very respectable scores i
chieved. They day's honors belong-
to Tom Sellers, who left his .410
at nome and proceeded to crack-
25 straight Trap" targets and 23
Skeets with a gun he armeared.foT
have met somewhere before. Joe
Kueter applied old habits and car?:'
nished another faultless. string otV
Shorty, Schexnayder 20 -'gaugeo?
2 Skeets, and Frank C h o 11 4
somehow sprayed the same num num-ber
ber num-ber with his ancient Vleven.'V Wil- -s
liam Brandl. relaxing after hisj r,
more serious round of Trap, got'
20 with a 20-gauge, and '"Buck',
Lastinger .410'd 18" out of the air., r
J. F, Merry, brand new to th;
game, displayed great promiso..
with 15, seldom missing the pugh -ones
between posts 3 and 6.,, i'
The disappointment of the after-'
noon was a clay that ducked as
Brandl loosed his 7th "s h o t on, .
Trap, thus stopping at 62 a run
tat would otherwise have goner t
-;i ; -'-of hls .tound
were all dead birds. Other Trap;
-wj-cd: Lee Carr, 23; R, -C.
Casanova, 22; Merry (new -1"
Trap, also),19; Jtutw.'-flk..--'.-;
Cold figures On first-quarter pjjjir pjjjir-formances
formances pjjjir-formances are not complete, but
such statistics as are available at
thi nrrltinff inriicat that thm
5 bird Hayden Memorial Skeet Shoot
"1 scheduled for .April 7, a i 10: 00
0ja.m. may be a race between loo"
Ji Kueter, averaging around 94, Shor Shor-Jtv
Jtv Shor-Jtv Schexnayder, at about 90, and'
i- Tnm Sellers. m-Mentlv shnwine at
89, unless maybe Art Sutton gets
hot ; with a 12-gauge. Art's receflt -s
shooting has been nearly entirely
confined to the .410, which won't
throw enough shoot ttt compete"
with Kueter or Sellers using 12's. 12's.-Casanova
Casanova 12's.-Casanova is suffering with a bad!'
knee, and also has shot, very little
Skeet since the turn of the year."
Any dark-horses, especially Paei'-r'
fie Siders, inclined to try their their-hand
hand their-hand will be warmly welcome. ','
A date for the C. W. Stewart 25 25-yard
yard 25-yard Handicap Trap Shoot, which -was
recently postponed during the
ammunition shortage, has not fif
been decided, but will be announce"
The box score:
Garcia cf ...
Kline p .. ...
Sander, lb .
Dolan c . .
Glazer rf ....
Browder rf .
, 3 r
The Rainbow City 8 tars had
an easy time with the cellar
dwelling Indians from San Bias
Saturday, slugging out a 9-1 win
and handing them their third
Harding had a no-hitter going
for six' innings but Mario Galin Galin-do
do Galin-do broke the spell by rifling a
clean shot to left center for a
triple. He scored moments later
when Herman Charles threw
wild at the olat to deprive him
of his shutout bid. Eccentric
funrtrn Vnnvlea of the Stars
ripped into Rlcardo Quiros for they are in first place. Should
When Lucho gives out with music, it needs no fnferpVetaftoa
fo PanameAo or Gringol All Isthmians flock to the vied"
piper Of the organ named Atearraga. Backed by his orches-,
tra, Lucho gives you that magical music tomorrow night, in
the pleasantest place our air-conditioned BILUL VISTA
ROOMIrom 7:30 p.m.
"Injey rturitU at El Panama,
It's chMr than yM think!"
Liiche will elay T unity, April 9
A Xlrkeby Hotel
The box, score;,
three straight hits while C. Ford
went two for tnree.
The San Bias Indians dubbed
is "good field, no hit" are woe woefully
fully woefully weak at the plate but have
showed good pitching and de defense.
fense. defense. Their inability to move
base runners around is certain
ly not helping their chances of
moving up in the standings.
Meanwhile, Cafe Bohio the
Cinderella team of the loop have
shown a strong bench and fine
all-around play to show, why
they continue playing at this
sizzling pace, the remaining
clubs, will nave to stay prewy
close in order to avoid the fire firemen
men firemen running away with the ti title.
tle. title. .
- Seore By Innings
D." Kuna ; 000 000 11 1
R. C. Stars 200 304 x 0 7
Aguilar and Morales; Harding
and Joseph. Scorer: Bert Wai Waiters.
ters. Waiters. Umpires: Lewis, Greene and
Ab R H
Totals 22 U
' Winning pitcher: Btennet
). Losing pitcher: St. ClaJre (1 (1-2).
2). (1-2). Umpires: Sobers, Lindsay,
Weeks. Scorer: A. Peterkin.
Time: 1:13. ;
N. Grey, rf
C. Surges, rf
L. Jimenez, 2b
L. Robinson, lb
E. Dabriell. c
0 W. Thomas, cf
4. KJjcam, i .. .
M. Grnett, ss .
G. Couloote, 3b
A. Hinds p ......
3 Beeni aGme
0 S. Sparks i 010 041 S
1 (Mutual r 300 54x U 10
22 I 5
Mataal Of Omaha
IF. Ellington, sa
XiA. PhilUpa, p
4 R. Bowen, cf
1M. Small. If
22 3 '3
0 Mutual of Omaha made anT. Cooper. 2b
0 Impressive showing in an 11-0 1 G. Todd, rf
i victory over Sommers SparkaJJ. Morales, c
ISTHMIAN LITTLE LEAGUE A. Phillips, Omaha's only win-R. MUiett, lb
ninff nitcher. Ditched his way hi
and out of trouble letting in 1 Totals
4 3 only one exUa-baae hit a one Winning pitcher:
Jnd-Bilf Standlnrv March 15 run tnple by Jimenez -in the Losing p.tchcr:
.. - Wm Ll CB sixth. Hinds brareT withstood Umnires: Wetks
1 f igs 1 the storm of a flurry of bits to- say. Scorer: A.
By GILBEKTO BURTON
a aBtted lor Bender In 6th. t Mutual Of Omaha .10 taiir.g 10 at the end of th game.
24 11 10
Peter kin.. Time;
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. .March 2?
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v Vork, New Orleans, Los Afljeles, Saa Fraucisca;. j
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' Retarmlag frai La Aagelea ........
To Seattto ana Rasar
TUESDAY, MARCH IS, lttT
.i. THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
' t THIS SPACE IS fOR; SALE j J
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740- 1
FOR RENT: Furnished residence-en
54 street, (former Ri Ri-cards
cards Ri-cards Arias) No. 4, Campo Ale Ale-gre.
gre. Ale-gre. Taltphona 3-4602.
FOR RENT: Complataly furn furn-ithod
ithod furn-ithod residence at Exposition
grounds. For 3 to 5 months. Te Telephone
lephone Telephone 2-2987.
FOR RENT: Completely furn furn-Ishad
Ishad furn-Ishad house, vory-attractivo and
comfortable, two' bedrooms,
largo living room and patio, all
modern eonvonioncos in Cn Cn-graio,
graio, Cn-graio, Phono 2-1046 or 3-5357.
FOR RENT: Completer furn--ishad,
throo bedroom h1 a ; t
(cold, hot watorkWSV Vili Ball Ball-sario
sario Ball-sario Porras.
Baldwin's furnfshed apart apart-ments
ments apart-ments at Santa Clara Beach,
Tolophono Smith, Balboa 3681.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottagas
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. do P. Phono Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and laie
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Bilbo 1866.
Vernal R. Brown, personnel rep representative
resentative representative to Washington, D.C.
office f toe Panama Canal
company, Is lifted among the 90
passengers booked, to. sail Satur Satur-riaV
riaV Satur-riaV for New York aboard the
Panama liner Ancon. He will be i
accompanied by Mrs.. Brown.
Brown has spent the past I
week on the Isthmus meeting I
with other Personnel Bureau of officials
ficials officials to review employment
Walter Lagemann is the only
passenger booked for Port-au-Prince,
The complete advance list for
New York follows,:
Mr. and Mrs., William J. HI
Abey; Mr. and. Mri. Archibald a,
Alexander and-, Chreft chiidren;
Mr. and MrSilHagostrUs M..Ash;,
Mr. and Mr. Andrew L. Bell;
Mr. and Mrs.' Walter Bexndt; Mr.
Bernard J. Brown! Mr. and Mrs.
ray M. Brown; Mr. and Mrs.
Vernal Brown; Mr. Matthew
Miss Catherine Casey; Mr. and j.
Mrs. J. Wesley Casselberry; Mr. I
and Mrs. E. J. Cornman; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Curley; Mrs. Felicia
L. de Asforis and daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. Frit2 D. Dreyfuss; Miss
Elizabeth E t h erington; Mrs.
James Fehtress; Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Fluke; Mr. and Mrs.
James Gallagher; Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Qrealy and two chil children;
dren; children; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B.
Hallenstein; Mr.- and Mrs. Paul
G. Howes; and Mary M.' John John-on.
on. John-on. N
Marian Kleman; Mr. and Mrs.
George G. Irueger; Mrs. Henry
LeGrandeur;: Mr. and Mrs.
Frank N. light; 'Mr. and Mrs. A.
G. Lloyd; Mr. ana Mr ueorge
Marceau; Mrs. Alice Marshall;
Mr. and Mrs. William F. May;
Mr. and Mrs. James Merrill and
two children; Samuel I Miller;
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Moist;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moran; Mr.
and Mrs. James F. Mottershead;
Mr. and Mrs. Carl N. Nix; Mr.
and Mrs. Holliday Obrecht; Mr.
and Mrs. Harry. Paine; Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph R,. Plerson; Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Raizier and daugh daughter;
ter; daughter; Richard J. Salvato; Mr. and
Mrs. Norbert Schommer; Mr.
William J. Schuster; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles P. Shay; William
Thompson: Ann Tadly; and Mr.
and Mrs. Leon S. -Wula.
' WASHINGTON, March 25 (UP)
President Eisenhower today
congratulated Greece on the an anniversary
niversary anniversary of its independence.
In a menage to King Paul, Mr.
Eisenhower noted "the close ties
of friendship and understanding
which hind together the American
and tb Greek people."
i ipRAPERlES.,; t
SEWnl TO ORt) E R v
REFLKHLNQ o! RATTAN
. fTeKwaka It Wk tike new)
lLU' V 2 2521
Trip i can
4th af July Art. ?'
He art Pirk-a svnd Detlrery
m tb Atlantic Side
'in 111 1
ATTENTION. 0. I.I Jutt built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bsdreems, hot, cold water.
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modorn apart apart-mant,
mant, apart-mant, 6 closots, 2 bodrooms,
living room, dining room, kit kit-chon,
chon, kit-chon, porch, garage, 46th St.
East No. 2-61. Phono 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartments.
TOth Street No. 8061. Phono
FOR RENT: Furnished dec decorators
orators decorators dream apartments.
Fully equipped, kitchens, hot
water, daily maid service, tale tale-phones.
phones. tale-phones. Edificio Campo Alegra
corner of Via Espafia and Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel M. Ycaxa. For information
Mil. Arango, hid building at
Arte y Decora clon StoroV across.
El Panama Hotel.
FOR RENT: Only two left
modern new unfurnished apart
mentt, near Zone. Bachelors
or couples without children.
Call Panama 2-2011 for ap appointments.
pointments. appointments. FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment and garage, near
the American Embassy, furn furnished
ished furnished if desired, Chile Avenue
41 38. Phone 3-0611.
FOR RENT: Two apartments
one completely, furnished: liv living
ing living room, dining room, pantry,
one bedroom, garage, beautiful -terrace,
lots of water, fenced,
telephone deposit, Econogas
and light, Another unfurnished
2 bedrooms, living room, din dining
ing dining room, porch, new and mod modern.
ern. modern. Via Porras No. 64. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 31863.
FOR RENT: Large apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, porch, 2
bodrooms, garage, kitchen,
maid's room, 2 bodrooms. Call
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 2-bedroom apartment sit sit-iated
iated sit-iated at. El Ceng re jo: livingp
dining room,, bathroom, 'Inde 'Independent
pendent 'Independent maid's room and bath,
garage and lovely lawn, near,
Hotel El Panama. For informa information
tion information phone 34796 Panama.
; iuv -. lr-iT .
apartmeti Ideal rbcatlont nex
street from 4th of July Avenue
Darian street No. 14-21. V
FURNISHED: -Apartment for
April, May and June, two bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. Only $100.00. Tel. Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, 3-0088
New York Actor
For TV Spots'
NEW YORK (UP) Allen
Swift has made a career out of
putting spots before our eys and
Swift does the voices for those
short "spot" radio and TV com commercials.
mercials. commercials. Among the 400 "voices"
he has created during the past
four years are those of a coffee
pot, spark plug, piston, kitchen
sink, pencil, bottle and flashlight
Swift ig able to give competing
brands of the same product differ different
ent different voices. At present, for exam example,
ple, example, he does three different cigar cigarettes,
ettes, cigarettes, five different gasolines and
a couple of competing candy bars.
The 33-year-old actor got his
start on the "Howdy Doody" TV
show, doing voices for most of the
puppets. Ad agency executive us
ed to call up and ask for "Mr.
Bluster's voice," or "Howdy Doo Doo-dy's
dy's Doo-dy's voice, and Swift would an answer
swer answer each' call. After a while,
thev began calling directly for
He feels there is no danger of
running out of voices. The supply
is endless becaue each one is a
mixture of age, geography, per personality,
sonality, personality, background and texture.
Swift said the hardest voice to
imitate is the one closest to
"normal'' becewse it hat no co color,
lor, color, nothing te make K stand
' Recently, Swift made "s p o t"
commercial history by giving a
rhinoceros a high, gqueskv voice.
- "That." he said with pride,
waa for chock effect. Most peo-
pie xpect a rhino to talk with a
deep voice. They hear it. they pay
' Swift enjoys throwing advertis advertis-!
! advertis-! in executives into a dither with
what be calls his "straightfor "straightforward,
ward, "straightforward, professional approach."
When asked to create a voice
for a pencil, for example. Swift
win ay. "What color?" This!
leads to tome hurried conferences
and the answer comes back: A'
yellow pencil." j
Swift asks, 'Mechanical'"
There's another eonferwice. I
"Actually,- Swift said. "oo pen I
cil sounds like another."
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LVTERNAL. DE PUBLIC ACION1 S No. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO -Cfntra 1 Ave. 45 LGURDES VHAHMACl-Winmtto FARMACM LOM LOM-BARUO
BARUO LOM-BARUO No. 26 "B" Street MOKBISON 4th of July Ave. & J St.. m- I.F.IVTS SFRVtrVAv. Tlvnil p
FARMACIA LUX 14 Central Avenue
X,ANRf VJfh 8VreCi N0 ruMAaA BATUBRO-Parque Lefevre
FOR SALE: Louisiana State
University announces bids open
for 1950 Ford four door Sedan.
See at 2172-A Curundu. Phono
FOR SALE: -1956 Studebaker
President, low mileage, extras,
$1,825. Ph. Bal. 1716.
FOR SALE: -1949 six cylinder
Pontiac four door Sedan duty
paid. In excellent condition.
Reasonable priced. Call Robles
office Panama 2-1661, home 3 3-4624.
4624. 3-4624. FOR SALE: 1949 Oldsmobile
"98," 4 door. $325. Call 88-754
or see at 356 France Field.
FOR SALE: 1949 Packard
excellent condition. Phone 2-17
56, Balboa C.Z.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Vic Victoria,
toria, Victoria, red and white, Fordoma Fordoma-tic,
tic, Fordoma-tic, power brakes and steering,
22,000 miles, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, house 0922, Amador Road,
FOR SAIE: 1950 Chevrolet
4-door Deluxe. 4 excellent tires.
Clean $450. Nevy 3297.
FOR SALE: 1956. Plymouth
Belvedere sport coupe tur turquoise
quoise turquoise and white push button
powerf lite, radio, w-w .good
tires, $1,900.00,. $1,400.00, loan
value. Phone 2-3502, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet Panel,
half tone, 1952, excellent condi condition
tion condition $850.00, Phone, Panama,
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packets Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding tr Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
- or by appointment.
Dr. R. Elsenmann
Dr. C. E. Fabrega
C.Z Dental-Medical Polyclinic
Tivoli (4 of July) Ave. 21AM
loppoiite Ancon School playground)
TeL 2-2011 Panama
Balboa Service Center
, SPECIAL COLD WAVE
Monday Thru Thursday
Balboa 2-2959 -tor
tk. personnel and thetl
With F 1.2 Lens
- ... it.
April 14 $17.50 each
"B" St. 7-27 TeL 2-KCl
X-Ray Films Stand
Test Of Slorage
fn SH Mines
ROCHESTER, N.V. (UP)
Scientists from Eastman1 Kodak
Company's research laboratories
went 2,000 feet underground. to
carry ot -a nroiect concerning
enstive Z-ry films.
Drs. Herman E. Seetnann and
P.prnarW Pnth bwilr tim. film.
placed them In sealed glass jars
.rui kn nut h. i.r. in.iH. brass
rnntainm Th nnliiwrt were
covered in turn ny igloo of teaa
bricks after they were taken more
than one-Murd of a mP into the
depths of a salt nine. There they
were left stored for a year. ;
Examination of the film after
feir return t the lboratry
howe". aew"" t
't. that cosmic rays that con constantly
stantly constantly bomhaM ee"
ce and radiati'W ft
a ser'ooa problem tn se"i've X X-rv
rv X-rv films rormul Unf f.
When developed, the flm aHowed
a very faint darken'nf nearly in-1
visible to the naked eye
HOUSEHOLD FXrHAVflFJ F rt.
FOR SALE: Water heater
ifor. the shower, complete and
'installed, $27.50. Phono TRO TRO-P1K
P1K TRO-P1K SHOWER, 3-7357.
FOR SALE:' 10 key adding
machine (Remington Rand),
hand operated, $85.00. Royal j
typewriter, $45. Apply Sander
and Co., S.A. 12 Tivoli Avenue.
FOR SALE: $69.00 buys a
$159.00.-30 gallon glass!-electric
water Heaterused 4 months.
6319 Los Rios 2-3501. ,
FOR SALE: Fireproof safe.
Excellent-condition, 36 x 30 x30.
Price t $140.00. Phone: 2-2217
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
Boats & Motors
FOR-SALE: 2-25 HP 1955
outboerdo Envinrude, long or
short shaft, excellent condition,
$250, each, Diablo 5864-B, Tel.
FOR SALE: Boat 14 ft. with
trailer fully equipped and li licensed.
censed. licensed. 38 h.p. Evinrude motor,
guarantee 25 M.P.H. -with 3
passengers towing I Skier Ac Accept
cept Accept reasonable offer. Telephone
office Balboa 3714, Residence
Unfinished Business, Keynotes
Report On Civil Liberties
NEW YORK (UP) Tha Ameri
can Civil Liberties Union today
found "comfonter," "encourage "encouragement"
ment" "encouragement" and "challeIle',. in' its an
nual "report on 3ts work, and.the
status of civil liberties throughout
the nation. -:
"Liberty Is always '. unfinished
business," wrote Patrick. ftHirphy
Matin, executive director. m .ws
preface to the report ; ; v-
"Ofiicial administrative censor
ship, prior to the publication or
mailing of books or magazines or
the exhibition of motion pictures,
is rapidly disappearing," Malin
found- on the credit side of the
"But notice also' the wide and
intense concern felt by, newspaper
reporters, editors and publishers
as well as by a House of, Rep Representatives
resentatives Representatives subcommittee over
the concealment of federal, state
and local government news '(be '(beyond
yond '(beyond the needs of national secur
ity, etc. on which intelligent pop
ular opinion and voting in large
"There has been increased al
lowance for realism' and variety
in subject matter and treatment in
the production of motion pictures.
But there, has comey top, : the de
Dies At Age Of 84
LYONS. France. March 26 (UP)
French former Premier Edousrd
Herriot, grand old man of French
politics, died here today at 4:30,
p.m. He was 84 years old.
ENJOYING NEW FREEDOM Mr. Naniy Conant, a poll
victim, smiles happily as ah demonstrates a new portable
power unit for respirators at Mount Sinai Hospital ia Krm
, fork. It snakes it possible for respirator patients to f o th
theater, go shopping ia stores and enxage in many other
hitherto impoasible ctivtties. The new unit, 24 Inches long.
It inches wide aad nine inches thick, weighs S3 pounds. It is
carried underneetti wheelchair with a Bexible bos connecting
it to the patient' respirator.
I. n... v t, vnvn nn V..r. ? rS Ti"
1 Street FABMACU ''8ASyViaPoM
FOR"- SALE.: Modern floor
lamp, hot Water tank (20 ga4)t
Weitingheuse refrigerator, so-
fa bed, gas "3 burner stove,
chest of drawers.. oab dlnina
. room table (4 chairs), 1 etal,
I wooden single bod and mat,
mem dretser and mirror, J-
f OR SALE: w. Baby' crib with
, mattress. C i Id' .'.wardrobe.
! Playpen. Mahogany bedroom
furniture, etc. House 741 -C. En En-,
, En-, terprise Place,, BalbOaJ :00. to
12:00 noon.' -
FOR SALE: Lovely Wicker
and iron porch sets 59.00, Bunk
beds with mattress $42.00, 3-4 1
beds with -spring $12.50, "tnod "tnod-em
em "tnod-em mahogany wardrobes. $69.
3 door wardrobes $110.00, living
room sets $125.00, Maple sofa
with arm cheir $55.00, 'double
beds with mattress $39.00, me metal
tal metal sideboards $12.00, jn eta I
dressers $9.50, China closets v
$15.00, center tables $12.50, lino linoleums
leums linoleums $6.95. Large lockers $9. $9.-50.
50. $9.-50. Easy Payments. Terrific
discounts on cash sales. House Household
hold Household Exchange, National Ave.
No. 41, Tel: 34911, 3-7348.' L
FOR SALE: -Due t trip. Liv Living
ing Living room, dining room sets.
'Kitchen electrical appliances.
.Singer sewing machine. Car. 21 21-A
A 21-A street house 14 apartment 11 11-B.'
B.' 11-B.' Telephone 2-3955.
FOR SALE : Couch, bosters
'and cover. Double Hollywood
bed, inerspring mattress. Phone
Balboa 3676 f
velopment of the general and sec secondary
ondary secondary boycott against book-sellers
and motion picture' theaters,
whereby religious and other
groups not only; exercise their
risht to euard their .members
,from material helieved objection objectionable,
able, objectionable, but also may keep other
people from exercising their. own
judgment on that and other: ma material."
Malin noted" that' "the .United
States Supreme Court continues
unanimously to uphold equality
before the law. but even; the
most modest program for im improved
proved improved federal civil Vigbts,legis
la t ion is still blocked. .. in edu
cational desegregation, there 'Con 'Continues
tinues 'Continues to be steady progress,, fre frequently
quently frequently unpublicized, in the bor border,
der, border, s t a t e s. But w are- still
shocked by' headlines -of ; violence
and economic- reprisal, -ana the
deliberate refusal of eight south southern
ern southern states to comply with the law
of the land not to mention; fail
ures of federal, state, and local
authorities to desegregate public
housing in northern states.
Th ACLU said the right -for
equal rights for Negroes today is
bing waged "in the midst '-of. the
most crucial situation since' the
nation was divided in 1861.', Ifcex
pressed concern over threats to
the. rights guaranteed by the First
Amendment in attacks On. Negro
defense organizations ;6uch 'as .the
National Association tor .the (.Ad (.Advancement
vancement (.Advancement -of Colored People:, and
the National Urban League: and
on white citizens supporting 'equal
The ACLU said it 'will seek to
broaden its own organization in
the South during 1957 with a corps
of volunteer lawyers, to handle all
Kinas oi civil ngnis cases.
L. F.. GARCIA, first class1 pia pia-:
: pia-: no Tuners and technician Call
Baldwin Agency. Phonea: 3 3-4947,
4947, 3-4947, 3-0672. Edificio Lux, 34th
FOR SALE: Concrete, cot cottage,
tage, cottage, fully furnished, Santa Cla Clara
ra Clara beach, $2,800. Phona Gam.
boa, 6-441, Cramlich.
EL MONTE, Calif. (UP)
Kenneth Greene, 27, took his 1957
Ford Thunderbird for a Sunday
morning drive and spotted a Cali California
fornia California highway, patrol officer.
He stepped on the gas. The of
ficer -Arthur Hatton, said Greene
sped w to 110 miles an hour.
"I chased him: and after about
iVt miles he slipped in i behind
some waehouses after making
several turns," Hatton said. "I
was looking for him among the
ouiidings. suddenly l spotted him.
standing by his parked car. There
was .a guy in plain-clothes with
Hflttnn- said' the- nthpr man had
observed- the-pursuit's final stages
from his pickup truck and then
quietly drove to where Greene
'What are you waiting for?" the
man asked' Greene.
"Oh.- I just- ditched a highway
patrolman, and I want to wait
f ..... . r
here for a while," Greene told
"Surprise," the man said as.
Hatton came near them. "I'm a
deputy sheriff, and you're under
The deputy was Albert Rein, off
Charles E. Bohleri
Named US Envoy
WASHINGTON. March 25 (UP)
President Eisenhower today for
mally nominated Charles E. Boh Boh-len,
len, Boh-len, 52, now U. S. Ambassador to
Russia, to, be this country's en envoy
voy envoy to the Philippines.
Mf, Eisenhower announced in
Bermuda last week that he
planned to name the career diplo
mat to the post. Bohlen would
succeed the late ambassador Al
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNI OPPORTUNI-TY:
TY: OPPORTUNI-TY: I per cent guaranteed
annuel return, payable quarter quarterly.
ly. quarterly. Preferred shares FINANZAS
S.A., Panama's largest, most
reliable finance corporation.
Special bonus of one (1) share
of Common, free of charge
with each $700.00 i n v e t e d.
(Common shares dividend pay payment
ment payment in 1956: $5.00 per share)
For Information call Panama
2-5393, Mr. Champsaur or Mr.
Jaen. Annual report and full
details available. References
on Compsny obtainable from
RADK) HI-FI TY -SERVICE
and Law Prices.
, Ja waltinr
FAST TV SERVICE
'TIL 10:00 P.M.V
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WANTED: Bilingual secrete- -,
ryErfudifnte afreet No, 14-72. J if l?Utl TIT
WANTED;- Bilingual, energetic
. crrary salesgirl of good ap appearance.
pearance. appearance. Must be efficient ste stenographer
nographer stenographer and good at figures,'
for employment in English
bookkeeping section. No use ap applying
plying applying if requirements can not
be filled. Lewis Service, 24th
street East and Balboa Ave.
WANTED: Stenographer ex-
perienced competent. She r t-'
hand English Spanish. Good
speller. Columbia Pictures; Eu Eu-sebio
sebio Eu-sebio Morales.
WANTED: T.V. technlenans.
Excellent opportunity for i two
good men. Phona 2-4616 U.S.
television for interview, '"-
y .:. x
COL. CHARLES O. BRUCE, Health Director- and chairman of
the board of trustee ..or: the Canal Zone cancex, -committee,
hown presentinrf a ;hecfc' for'42000- to Dr, Frank -P. Smith,
left,' treasurer of tha .Medical' Association of. tha Isthmian
Canal Zone, sponsor for the Inter-American Medical- Conven-
? tion to he held in Panama April 34 and r..v---r. ; ;Sv
. The money will be used to help -defray-We transportation
( expenses of :five weil-known cwcet.rspeifcialistsi.-.who will. aU
, tend the : convention and alsolspealc to JOcat audiences y
radlo; teleTlslon nJ "BuWlc' lectures. - f. ,.v. .
" The cancer specialists Vho win attend the ronvention ara
Dr. William F. Reinhoff," Jr., professor-of surgery at Johns
HopklnsUniveTsity; Dr. Rupert Turnbull, Cleveland Clinic,
, Cleveland, Ohlor Dr. J. W. Kelso, professor' of gynecology at
the University of Oklahoma; Dr, J.: A. Der Regato,' Penrose
Cancer Hospital, Colorado Springs; and -Dr. EdwaroV Shan Shan-brom,
brom, Shan-brom, chief of the lymphoma clinic, City of Hope Medical
Center, D'uarte, California. - '' v N
Dr. Reinhoff and Dr;j Turnbull will speak 'on dancer : over
the local television station while Dr. Kelso is scheduled to
give a lecture In Balboa sometime during his visit to Panama.
:':''V'' '. . 4.' y -'.' -V-'. ; ', :!' --;
French Diplomat Suspected
third Man In Spy Scandal
BERN (UP) Swiss newspapers
reported today that a French dip diplomat
lomat diplomat was the "third man" in a
snv scandal that drove Switzer
land's attorney general to-suicide.
The press reports said -the
Frenchman, an embassy attache,
was the mtn to whom Chief Pros-;
eeutor Rene Dubois passed the in
formation he collected by tapping
the telephones of the Egyptian
embassy. ,' ''3
Dubois blew out his brains Sat
urday, shortly after walking-out
of a meeting of officials assigned
tcr investigate the. spy case, wis
body was found Sunday in the at-
ti At hi home. : '
An official announcement said
the investieators had uncovered
"considerable clues": indicating
that- Dubois himself was the spy.
The Socialist organ voiasrecnt
said the attache is a "leading of official
ficial official of "the French intelligence
service, specializing in informa information
tion information concerning Communist and
Soviet activities in Central and
Western Europe.".. ?
The newspaper speculated that
Dubois hat given the Frenchman
information about ihe activities of
the Egyptian embassy In etchange
for data on Red activities.
A spokesman at the French em-
bassv reminded newsmen mat
France has already denied receiv-
The rollicking romance
teacher .1. the love-happy columnist
bad te tell the shocking trah!
Forsvthe and Tim Hovev in 'EVEBTTHIN'G BUT THE
TRUTH" which OPENS TOMORROW AT THE LUX ...
- .-':. i '. ' --'.'-
WANTED: Interested in, pur.
chase of good used chrenome.
tor, and sextant. Call Wally
Pearson Navy 2294
WANTED: Very fcood laun-.
dress 47th St. No. 3 Apto. S.
. FOR SALE: Motorcycles In.
dian Junior Scout 500 c.c. Har.
ley Davidson 74 OHV 194S can
be seen at Apt. R-9-5 D Rous
seau Canal Zone.
ing any Information from Dubois
or any other Swiss official.
Some observers believed that
Dubois' suicide, coming on top of
other recent official scandals here,
might cause a crisis in the, Swiss
civil service. n :
He was the third hish-rankin
Swiss official who, had been ac accused
cused accused of serious irregularities in
little more than a year. The offi
cial crime wave" has gravely un undermined
dermined undermined public confidence in the
Egypt so far has taken 10 offU
rial notice of the-situation, which
could cause considerable haVn to
that country's relations with
The. Swiss embassy in Cairo hat
been acting for Britain and
France since Egypt broke off 're 'relations
lations 'relations with those countries follow following
ing following their invasion of the Suez Ca.
nal zone last year. ....
The first spy ring reports,,' ap apparently
parently apparently circulated by Egyptian
secret agents, identified Swiss Po Police
lice Police Inspector Max Ulrich as' the
man responsible for the wiretap.
Investigation made it appear, how however,
ever, however, that Dubois was the culprit
"There is reason to believe that
Dubois cast suspicion on the po
lice inspector 1 to divert attention
from his own person," an official
of the prosecutor's; office said.;
Tir.l(. A IimJmI
and the aid'-wfasM,
See Maureen OH are, Jeha
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V AN cUvDENT' HfeOs. DAlLt NEWSPAPER.
Hammarskjold Calls In
r'AiDn Marrh 9fi VuPt U.N. sources disclosed today that secretary-creneral Ds Hammarskiold had sum-
t'moned hit top financial adviser to Cairo to discuss how to pay for history's biggest salvage Job, the clearing of the
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'' The finaniial adviser is John J. McCloy, chairman of the Chase Manhattan Bank of New York and member of
'the three-man U.N. committee on canal clearance.
A spokesman said McCloy alreaidy is ,en route to Cairo and would arrive tonight or early tomorrow.
- Total cost off the Canal clear
anc Diojeci U secret. urijjuiaJ es
an in Washington on the "necessi
ty of implementing the Egyptian-
kources taiu loaay it will De -'un-j Hammarskjold believes in the. first
ihe United Slates and several
other countries an eauy nave inaoe
provtsionaf eontiibutions, but the
matter of who! finany pays it 'stm
pgypt iy it will not pay ami
"ay Britain and Franea ihoold
ifoot tha-blli tine- thtir attack
'ltd Egypt lo block tha Canal.
, E?vPt is also asking that several
millions of dpllars worth of dred dredging
ging dredging equipment be replaced by the
United -Nations,, ii .. .
Hainmarskjold wound up nis
rtain politfcal talks early today
but scheduled inother meeting with
foreign minister Mahmound Fawzi
i to clear up pnai points w is suuiv suuiv-ned
ned suuiv-ned Middle East mission.
iHe plans to fly direct to New
York tomorrow; With Egypt's .plan
$ reopen the Suez Canal on igypi
5 Hammarskjold will report first
t the major users of the canal
hd to nations' which have troops
is the U.N; Emergency Force and
then will present a detailed re re-gort
gort re-gort of his talks to the United If
The semii official Middle East
lews Agency aid be may conver
with Israeli amoassaaor Aoua co-
Former C. Z. Fire
in Iowa Hospital
"lef popZ know the truth and the country is safe 'Abraham Lincoln,
t Ntews of the death March 11 In
Marshalltown. Iowa, of James H.
.Jfllis, former lieutenant In the Ca:
Ml zone rue uivision, nai uecu
deceived by friends on the Isti
Sius. He was 83. years old. j
Death occurred in the Mercy
Jlospital in. Marshalltown, where
e had made his home for the
at 20 vears.
5 A native of Seneca Falls, New
. ork. Mr. Ellis came to the Ca-
lal Zone1 In 1919 as a fireman
rlth the Canal Zone Fire D I v i
I ion. Within S year after his ar ar-ival
ival ar-ival he was promoted from fire fire-man
man fire-man to serteant to lieutenant.
f At the time of hi retirement
from Canal, service in J935 he was
station commander of the Fire
Station in Pedro Miguel.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Abbie F. Ellis, and a son R: F.
Ellis, who ia fire chief In Marshalltown.
I Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
j 24 hours endlnf a.m. today,
. la prepared by 4ne Meteorolo-
-lcal and Hydra graph 1 C
Branch of the Panama Canal
- Balboa Cristobal
Dons Brealhe Easy;
Lost Dinosaur Egg
Turns Up In Church
HAMILTON. N.Y., March 26
(UP) A 70 million-yearjold din
osaur egg, stolen from Colgate V'
niversity, was found last rught un
der the steps of a local church.
Dr. Carl A. Kallgren, dean of
the college, found the petrified egg
alter he received an anonymous
telephone call which directed him
to the church.
The light brown egg which Is six
inches long, two-and-a-half inches
in diameter and has .two or three
prominent cracks on its shell, was
stolen from a glass case in Lathrop
Hall Friday night. It Had been the
object of a 13-state alarm.
Prof. David Trainer, curator of
the Colgate University Museum,
said the egg which is "scientifical "scientifically
ly "scientifically priceless" had been insured for
$10,000. The university purchased it
in 1923 for $5,000 from the central
He said the egg was one of three
in existence which were discovered
in the Gob Desert. The other two
eggs are in the American Museum
of Natural History in New York.
High ......... SS
(max. mphV NW-14
RAIN (inches) T
(Inner harbors) .75
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27
' 1:42 p.m.
' 1:14 a.m.
CZ High School
In Public Speaking
A public' speaking contest to
choose the Canal Zone High School
student who will represent the Can Canal
al Canal Zone at the American Students
Constitutional Convention in Phila
delphia in June, will be held at
p.m. Thursday in the Cristobal
High School Auditorium.
Six students, three from Balboa
and .three from Cristobal, have
been selected by means of elimina
tion contests to take Dart in the
final contest. Each will give an
eight- minute talk on a subject con
cerning the United States Constitution.
The students who will sneak are
Miss Terry Louis, Miss Linda Cun Cunningham,
ningham, Cunningham, and Miss Barbara Gee.
of Cristobal Hieh- School: and Miss
Caroline Zirkman, David Browne
and Donald Randall of Balboa High
The speakers and the speeches
will be judged by R. K. Hazard. U-
nited States District Attorney for
the Canal Zone; David J. Markun,
Assistant General .Counsel; and
Robert W. Weiss. Jr.. United
States Consul in Colon.
In addition to the honor of re
presenting the Canal Zone
fjf "" """" ""'''"''piJIMVIli'
PANAMA. R. P., TUESDAY, MARCH it", 1957
MEET IN CAIRO United Nations Secretary-General Dag!
Hammlirskjold (left) is greeted by Egyptian President Nasser
after his arrival at the Egyptian leader's home in Cairo to
begin a five-day series of talks.
Israel Believes UNEF Useless,
Only Helps Shield Arab Raiders
Remnants Qf Blizzard
Western Towns Stitl isolated, 32 Dead
CHICAGO, March 28 (UPJ more than two feet of drought-eas-The
remnants of a four-day: anow- ing snow in the Nebraska and Io Io-storm
storm Io-storm swept into the east today, wa cornr country,
ana in tne west, rescue crews woi., ,. -v -.
ea arouna me ciock io iree travei- ;-An estimated 7,500 travelers
ei auu enure coinmunmes sun were stranded by the storm, but
isoiatea py tne paralysing jury 01 most of them were free or out of
me uuzzaru. .
Forecasters said the storm was
largely spent, although it still pac-
Weary rescue workers broke
acu enuuKii wallop io aumo 2 to S thrnnch hiiPo Hrift. niht fn
inches of snow, in northern Illinois reach the Ust two of six passenger
and Indiana' rpntral anA anufh. ti.n'n. .t.il.j v.. j-u. li: .j
-----1 u.ji b.bucu uy t
ern Michigan and southern Wis- School huso.
consin during the night and today,
a uniraa rran tiny since th
spring storm started Friday
night showed at Itit 32 parsons
dead in weather-caused mishaps
in nine states. The tell included
nine killed in Illinois; six in Tax-'
as, five in Oklahoma, thrte each
in Kansas, Nebraska and India Indiana,
na, Indiana, and one each in New Mexi Mexico,
co, Mexico, Iowa and Ohio.
The giant blizzard, described as
the worst in history in. some west.
ern states, buried parts of t b
aouiawesi under 30 foot drifts ant
. . i .
uum me snow-oouna union Pari
nc "City of St, Louis'.' to Winona,
Anil. m ..:,- V; .... :
Another crow pushed through
US Steps Up Drive
To Swing Africa
- Into Free World
fUP Israel has reached the con
clusion that the U.N. Emergen
cy Force cannot serve any further
useful purpose in we-wuame -hsi
and should withdraw, r e 1 i s b le
unurces said today.
Israeli officials said the JNEF
had failed in its primary purpose
to prevent Egypt from returning
to the Gaza strip and reviving the
threat of new Fedayeen (Arab com
mando) raids on Israeli border vii
Now the UNEF sorvoa only to
provont Israel from taking its
own measures to safeguard those
villaooi. the sources said.
The UNEF also occupies Sharm
El Sheikh, a fortress dominating
JERUSALEM, Israel, March 26 the Strait of Tiran entrance to th
ROUEN. France, March 26
(UP) German pianist Heinz
Arnts shakily eot up from his pla
no stool at the Theatre de la Lyre
last night after 620 hours of con
tinuous playing, which broke his
own former world's redord by 20
at the James B. Carey, vice president
Philadelphia convention, the win-! of the AFL-CIO, apparently has an
Gulf of Aqaba, but, Israeli officials
said this was no guarantee Egypt
wouia not attempt to restore the
blockade of Israeli shipping.
The only safesuard to free n'avl
gation on the Gulf of Aqaba rests
with Israel's defense forces, the
Israel else rejects any bid te
station the UNEF in the El Au Au-ia
ia Au-ia dasnilltarixed area betweon Is Is-rati
rati Is-rati and Egypt or to place them
on th Israeli side of the Caxa
strip border whore they would
nampor Israel's Pursuit of Fada
yeen raiders, the sources Said,
Foreign' minister officials said
Monday night Israel will refuse ev
en to disouss this question with sec
retary general Das Hammarskiold
or any other matter as long as
jgypi maintains its state of belli
gerency with Israel.
WASHINGT0N. March 26
nine student will receive an Alex- eye for beach fashions
ander Hamilton Commemorative! Carey, discussing a Senate rac rac-ScholarshiD
ScholarshiD rac-ScholarshiD to any college of his.kets Drobe of labor unions, said
choice. last night, we d jute to nave iui and
The contest Thursday nieht will and complete disclosure like
be open to the public. 1 Bikini arrangement.'
COLOMBO. Cevlon. March 2B J
(ur; Communications officials
are sun waiting for someone in
Moscow to pick up the telephone
and say "hello.''
Ceylon and Russia wer linkH
last month by a radio-telenhnne
' Since then Communications Min
ister C. A. S. Markikkar has been
standing by to exchange a few
words with a Soviet counterpart
to formally inaugurate the link.
So. far despite numerous letters
cables from the communica-
Boys 7, Girls 3
Ten babies were born in Coco So Solo
lo Solo Hospital during the week end ending
ing ending at midnight, Wednesday. Dur During
ing During the same period 88 patients
were admitted and 69 discharged.
Babies were boVn to the follow following
ing following American citizens: Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Hoppe, of Coco So Solo,
lo, Solo, daughter; Pvt. and Mrs. Donald
D MeO) of Coco Solito, son; Mr.
and Mrs. William Williford, of Mar
garita, daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Reyes, of Coco Solito, son;
Lt and Mrs. James Brownlee, of
Coco Solo daughter; and Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Walker, ofCoco Solito;
Babies were born to the follow following
ing following parents of Panamanian nation
ality: Mr. and Mrs. Edwin' hDaniels
of Colon, son; Mr. and Mrs. Pros Pros-pero
pero Pros-pero Cordoba, of Camp Bierd, son;
Mr. and Mrs. George Pusey, of
Rainbow City, son; and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Madeam, of Colon, son.
Out Of Kilter
GLASGOW, Scotland, March 26
(UP) James Conway, 35, dis disdainfully
dainfully disdainfully told police "yon haven't
got enough on me' when they ar
rested him during the weekend.
He didn't have enough on him
self, the prosecution told
Conway was held for a medical
report based on the charge that
' WASHINGTON, March 26 (UP)
-The United States is stepping up
its drive to swing Africa firmly
into tne tree world camp with, es
taDiisnment or seven new consu
lates onUhe once Dark Continent.
State Department : spokesman
Lincoln White disclosed the plan
At the same time, Vice Presi President
dent President Richard M. Nixon gave Pres President
ident President Eisenhower i an "informal
report" on his 22-day African
tour and visit to Rome;
Nixon gave the chief executive
a country-by-country report on his
personal conversations with lead
ers, in the area. White House
press secretary James C. Hager
ty said it also would be "fair to
say" he stressed the need for
strengthening U.S. diplomatic and
information activities in Africa.
Establishment of the new con consulates
sulates consulates would be in addition to
the State Department's previously-
disclosed intention of establishing
a new post of Assistant Secretary
for African Aff Sirs. .Congress still
must provide funds for the post,
however. .' ;
Four of the new consulates, to
be established during the next
few months, would be located at
Mogadiscio, Somaliland; Abidjan,
Ivory Coast;' Kampala, Uganda
and Yaounde, French Cameroons.
to the Reck Island's 'Golden1
State Limited," trapped near
Liberal Kan., with 225 passtng passtng-era.
era. passtng-era. A doctor had bee flown m
eerlier t treat about 20 of the
passenger who were overcome
by lack of oxygen due te drifts
covering the first five cere.
, The Rock Island refugees were
evacuated by railroad snowplow to
b.uu., wnere au were
ported in good condition..
Highway crews and melting snow
combined to release thousands of
motorists stranded In their cars.-'
An estimated 1,500 persons had
been trapped in the ; Texas Pan Panhandle
handle Panhandle alone.
inejMarcft 26 (UP) Auguste I
brelisle swallowed more than' four
gallons of fresh clams in less than
an hour today, to win a bet of a
Elvis Pulls Toy f
Pistol On Marine;
MEMPHIS (UP)-A young Ma Marine
rine Marine apparently does not intend to
carry out his threatUo have Elvia
Presley arrested todays But ; he
said he thinks the rwk V roU
singer "owes" him an apology for
pulling a toy pistol on him.
' I won't file a pomni.inf w.
cause he did not-hurt me in any
way said Pfc. Hershel Nixon, is,
of St. Louis, who ia irhrfniH
transfer next Thursday i-om duty
Of Ex-Zone Cop
Dies In. Casablanca
News has hn tu,-a u i.
latives on the Isthmn. t th. j-.J
of Thomas E. Lewis, 17-year-old
son of Roland J.' Lewis. former
Canal Zone police officer and at
present a civilian employe of the
U.S.-Air Force in CasnhlatiA. r.
rocco- The bov died in n wV. ..r :t.. ... : '.
cident in Casablanca March 23.
Ine father' nt th, hnv
ployed with th ran.i nr.ni..i.
r J0 ia41 wnen h Joined
the Air Force at Howard Field as
a civilian emdovA Th
the, isthmus. in. 1951 for Texas and
ur v oven iivms in rv.i....
la addition to' father, th w i.
e' ; u i. ,UI"erj-a orotner..
Sgtr John M. Lewis, staUoned with
A'r Forcein JKansas; a siSter
Olivia and a brother Patrick, who
Uve with Mr, and Mrs. Lewis; Mrs.
Lewis' brother Rnhrt Rvm. i.
, ...v. j -.M-j "Ill
Fjpa wfin,tne ;ummissary DivuUp to the 22-year-old ainger,As-
Arrangements are now h I n
made with the American Red Cross
and the Henlth Bureau to bring the
ouuy oacx to tne istnmus for in
ferment at Corozal Cemetery.
' Id ili--air
v ia m a
! X good porent Is one who Is
known bv the compony he keeps :
' his kidsowayfrom. taa
But I think Preslevr mif
an ; aDoloev beeauu Ahni4i -a
'.". Presley-has a right to pull
pistol on lomenn v even if it
is just a toy.V .
- uPresley. admitted he brandished
the toy that "looked like a ,25 eal eal-tter
tter eal-tter tpistol,? but said the Marine
should have realised jh. waj kid kid-uing,
I, wax amilififf" whan r nv
Out ; Of m coat." PrecUv u
knew It wasn't real.'' v
3-1- Puoi occurred" Tridsy,
mghfe'whert ouBg Nixon walk edfj ;
up to the. 22-year-old aing er, rslS?-:
jf sporung a "uy new mus mus-tache,
tache, mus-tache, was seated, in his efeam
colored eonveritible surrounded by
girlg seeking his autograph.
Presley quoted, the. Marine as
"You bumped, into my wife ss
she walked out of a restsursnt
about two months ago. She told
me all about it. I want to get it
straightned out right now."
NiXon 'explained later that he
merely wanted to strike tip a con conversation
versation conversation with i the entertam.er
and made up the incident concern concerning
ing concerning his wife "so I'd have some
thing to talk sbout.V -But
Presley said it didn't sound
like a joke to him. : v .'
It scares me when a guy tries
to start trouble," Presley laid.
"I've had td talk my way but of
so many fights I can't even re remember
member remember them all."
a tlons industry, no one on the So- hi was running naked through the bottle of champagne. Then he
viet end has been willing to talk, streets.
drank the champagne.
Supreme Court Refusal To Review Lower-Court Integration Order May
Put Torch To First, Major Test Of Virginias Pupil-Assignment Plan
SHOWSf 1:15 J:l 1:15 VM 1:55 P.M.
YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY, nia schools systems may set up s
March 26 (UP) The U.S. Supreme .first major test of one of the south s
Court s refusal to review lower- pupil-assignment plans.
court orders integrating two Virgi- The Virginia legislature has em
Dowered a tnree-man ooara to as
sign pupils to particular schools for
non-racial reasons if courts deny
them the right to segregate en ra racial
cial racial grounds.
i This plan, which U.S. District
Judge Walter Hoffman of Nor Norfolk
folk Norfolk called unconstitutional en
1 its face" is similar to those a a-doptod
doptod a-doptod by a number of southern
Tho you::g IIELUOIIS of the west:
rar run today's tltx-as
TLTXCU LOOK TAJtt
f")Wri turn amWm 'tKi ;
mi sa-eww at i m :
Wm si :
Virginia's pupil assignment law
is the first phase of Gov. Thomas
B. Stanley's "no integration any anywhere
where anywhere legislative program enact
ed last September.
Officials of the two school sys systems
tems systems planned to confer Thursday
night with Stale Attorney General
J Lindsay Alir.ood Jr. about the
effect of the decision.
The Supreme Court order band banded
ed banded down yesterday ia effect left
standing lower-court orers to m
tegrate schools of Charlottesville
and Arlington. Vs.. by certain
deadlines, some of which have al
Attorneys for tie National Assa
In a companion decision the court
held that Negroes seeking integra
tion oi certain North Carolina
schools had not exhausted their ad
ministrative remedies. This in ef-
ieci upneia mat state s policy o
In South Carolina, another
southern state which haa boon
' busy trying te bolster its segre
gation laws, the General As Assembly
sembly Assembly today was scheduled te
conaidor a strong police-power
This measure, would give the
Governor sweeping powers to use,
u necessary, to control racial viol
ence. including authority to seize
all public transportation in the ev
ent of such disorders.
In Jackson, Miss., the Negro
progressive voter's league called a
meeting for tonight to consider re
solutions to ask the city to hire
Negro policemen, fireman and bu
drivers. The City Council ba al already
ready already served notice it does not ia
tend to comply.
Meanwhile, southern members cf
that the legislation be considered
The senators had discussed the
motion for about 30 minutes when
the Senate convened at noon, forc
ing the committee to recess, under
Senate rules, committees must
have special permission to meetj
while the Senate is In session.
Hennings Said Sens. Sam J. Er
vin Jr. (D-NC) and Olin D. John Johnston
ston Johnston (D SC), both outspoken fo?i
of the legislation, did most of the
talking on the motion. .
Hennings aaid he will try again
to force action on the bill at the
committee's next scheduled meet
ing next Monday.
MOSCOW. March fUPV-Rus
sis today rejected the Anglo-Ana eri
-V- c i7. ,cn proposal lor rrtuuiuun ih
uiw senate ducuciary wmmn'Mi,..... ... ,w. tt.u- v
ucljuii acuon o tion. aiul tmwwil instead a "tern.
succeeded in delaying action
Presment Eisenhower's civil righto
. i T
fe k- LA.wnmnt n rrAnrmA M" IOT ICaSl B WCCX
People indicated the tower court V fmmlU up ito te-
nmhahi. wili m mr fni nr. date sular Monday meeting without a
probably awrt falL instead of ord
ering immediate integration.
Artingtoa elementary schools had
been originally ordered integrated
by last Jaa. 11 and junior and
rem or bigh schools by next Sep Sep-embet.
embet. Sep-embet. Te Char)ot.".wille deed
iine waa last September.
"The orders d tr n r M tr
abeyance finding the Stale's
i eat Coiut sseeal.
vote despite a motioa by Sen.
Thomas E. Hennings Jr. (D-Mo )
WASHTNGTON. Msreb 20 (UP)
" vcet note: U.S. candy mkers
sold tOi iritfMoa worth ef their
product Jvrr. This was sx
ju incr cent K-re than they sold ia
JJaauary ef last yeas.
porary" bac os tests.
- The Soviet government announc announced
ed announced It is ready te conclude an agree agreement
ment agreement wita the West for a "tempo "temporary"
rary" "temporary" baa oo nuclear weapons test
pendine a permanent agreement..
. At the same, time, it rejected the
Eisenhower MacmUlan proposal
for the registration of suck testa
with the VS.
Hennings' Constitutional Rights
subcommittee, an arm of the Ju Judiciary
diciary Judiciary Commtyee, approved the
President's bill last week. But U
faces one of its stiffest tests in the
ful committee. It pigeonhole Mr.
Eisenhower's program last year
after it had won House approval.
Committee Chairman James O.
fastland (O-Miss.) is en arch
foe of civil rights legislation
which faces strong opposition
from aeverel ether committee
members. It was approved by
Hennings' subcommittee by a 4
te 1 vote.
1 The oil) would set up a bipartis bipartisan
an bipartisan commission to investigate vio violations
lations violations of voting rights and "econ
omic pressures" on Negroes; cre
ate a new civil rights division u.
the Justice Department: provide
greater protection for Negro vot voting
ing voting rights: and permit the federal
government to seek advance court,
action to prevent threatened viola
tions of civil rights.
a modified version of ine pro-;
gram has been approved by the
House Judiciary Committee and is
awaiting House Rules Committee
clearance. But rules Chairman Ho-i
ward W. Smith (D Va ), a foe of
the measure, baa indicated he is
io no hurry to let the House vote.
Busted At Picnic
BUENOS AIRES. March 2S (CP
A factory here held a picrue for
The Soviet poaitioa was sanounc-lits thousand workers to celebrate
ed by Foreign Ministry pre chief, a year pa sued without a single
L. f Eyichev at a press conference; accident After the picnic, most
at the Foreign Ministry la to this: of the personnel reported ska
afternoon. . food poisoning.
Y screen I j
A's, .-.amortsw ''-' saaaaess
;'' , 'Saw Cmascopc and UFmocouxa . M
Lest Doy .75
1:30, 1:11. I, 7. i:
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" Elisabeth Muellef la
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of the world-famous :
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