The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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Panama -- Panama


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

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Cristobal Harbor Wanderer
Will'BeS6ld:Fof Own Good
.- The Swedish motorihip. Albacora is a neat looking

vessel; but' jt seems to have
and float 1 loose in: Cristobal

' Neither its owners, Opak Foods, Inc., nor several
other persons who have claimed an interest in its w'f airs,
seem inclined to do much about the craft's fate.'
v So on April 23 the Albacora, will be auctioned off

for i?s own good. The salevill take place in Cristobal.


Ridgely Burial
to : Take Place
In Bclhnore
' The body of John T.' Ridgely,
Tsnama -Railroad consultant' and
former Pennsylvania Railroad vic
president -who died, .yesterday 4 at
Goreas Hospital i to be flown to
Fine United Mate tor burial in the
family'! funeral plot ,ia BaltK
jBiore cemetery. -v 7, ...f .-
" Mrs.. Ridgely, who accampanied
her husband to 'the 'anal Zona
last week, left eariy thia morning
by plane for the florae Of her iis
ter-in-la w in Baltimore. ;
Aboard the lame plane were P.
A. White; Chief of the Dredgin
Division,. and, Joseph M. Cooke,
Designing Engineer, en route to a
management conference in :' New
York City. They were to help Mrs,
Ridgely through customs, in Mia Mia-mia
mia Mia-mia and to .be of -other assistance
L t,o her during the- flight A repre-
. 1 1 1 V-
eeniauve oi. ine ranama .aaai
Company will meet her in Wash
ington. v --.
.-. -j T ".'t'.V' ,'k; ;-"
Mr. Ridgely tame to the Canal
Zone as a consultant for the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Company on railroad
. j A : i & .i...
i iriHiiCis aui w implement piunm
' to improve .tn raiiroaa l service
f and reduce Ita costs. He spent sv-
Ier at weeks here last year, study studying
ing studying the railroad as a Consultant
for the Panama -Canal Subcommit Subcommittee
tee Subcommittee of the House Merchant Marine
and Fisheries .Committee.
Accldepl Vicffrns f f
ImproYe in Gorgas I
Various accident victims in
Gorgas Hoepitai are better to today.
day. today. :, '.. v -"-
, Mrs. Nellie Hyde of Ancon who
was burned whea her nlgtit-
rown caught fire Is somewhat
Improved, though she is still on
the seriously 111 list, -v
Four Americans who were
burned when the motorcraft
Hula exploded and burned in

Vf Panama Bay last week are, all

f improving, '
Ashton a. Gardiner. Panama-
,rlan, who was hit In the head
oy a cnocr wmcn Droae arxiard

L the ship Running agle Is also

getting prcr. -
Final' Installment'
On British Loan v
NEW YORK. April 3 (VT (VT-ome
ome (VT-ome 164.0oe pounds bf silver, the
final Installment in the return of
san Amercr osn o B-'i !..
tog World War n

yodir aboard the Imrr Queen

. The agreement caned far Eng England
land England to return the saver within
yj" nr the end of ftorid
War IL Brtain mkorsed the coo-
.elusion rf the war from the si?o si?o-in''0"
in''0" si?o-in''0" tre,y Wlt JP

vlZJ'"' stiOhorne. 3S. Panamanian. j
nno w1h ,TJ6.- He wi3 apend the next 90 days,
Vf IT f!"J" ltr iIbn lL
.v-VlT ,fl? devaluation of' Hi effne was triM War m!

uiz .ngiiB poun.

of Motorship

a tendency to slip its anchor
harbor. '. ,..
In V. S.' District Court today,
Marshal Joseph Kinkaid told Judge
,Guthrie,Fi Crowe that the Alba Albacora"
cora" Albacora" had becomt something of a
problem, ; y : n
The ; woQden-h.ujled vessel has
been immobilized : in Cristobal
since last Sept. 28, the court was
. One libel against it! was settled
and dismissed, but another was
filed: The last libellant was Sidney
S Rawlins, the ship's mate.
. On. the Albacora broke
loose and had to be pulled off a
bank by Canal Zone tugs. The
'COst was. $210.7 'i-
' A fw weeks age she brek
loot again and lot her anchor rn
Ketcu charged were SIM. Un
;iss a new anchor is bought for
her, the will have to tie up at a
alack at $15 per day. ,
- All Itt all M.aK.irai -tka
.. u. nu. wuo Mimi amkx .iiu. -11
Ship is deteriorating.. He asked the
court to order a sale on the
strength of the law' that permits
it to do so for protection of pro property
perty property in admiralty litigation.
' Meanwhile Rawlins has report
edly left the c o u n t r y and is
thought to be in Colombia. He is
represented by attorneys Phillips
at Carrington. v'
.. A hearing was set for Walins'
claim on April 16. V ' s"
Alexander Van B e y e r, who
claimed to be the master of the
Albacora, ha also left Panama
and is understood to bei in New
The law firm of De Castro and
Rabies are J attorneys for Onah
Foods, t
Crildn Challenged
To Reveal Invenlior
Of Silenl H-Bbmb
LONDON. April 1 rUPV So
cialist lawmakers challenged
Prime-Minister Harold Macmillan
today to reveal whether Britain
which can be exploded without de
tection; There have been many
nmis u nas.
The United States and Britain
already have declared at the Lon-
aon .jjisarmameni uomerence tnai
Russia probably Is now able to set
off undetectable nuclear blasts. J
Two Socialists followed this no
today with parliamentary motions
demanding a direct answer from
Macmillan on what could be the
oiggest step forward in thermo
nuclear reseracn since the Bunru
and Siberian H-bomb tests of the
United States and Russia.
Laborite Arthur! Henderson will
ask Macmillan tomorrow flatly
whether the hydreogen bombs to
be exploded ever Christmas Is Island
land Island are of the type which cannot
b detected." ?- .
Cruise Ship Makes ;
Maiden PC Transil
With all flags flying the Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian cruise ship Oslofjord
came In from the pacific early
this mornin, : V
She brought crew of 358 and
til nBH1Mn athll VmA Vaav
through the Straits of Magellan j
ana naa stoppea at venous At
lantic and Pacific Dorts in South
As this was the Oslofiord's
first visit here, the 18 844-ton
shin required admeasurement
This was accomplished during
the morning and around ll a.m.
the vessel left her Balboa pier
for no th bound transit.
From Cristobal she will go to
Havana, then return to New
Bus Driver VHh
Invalid Hccnse
Gels 30 Days Jail
Driving a bus while his license!
to n was revoked proved a
. i k-.M. u i j r
Baiboi litjijtrate s Court. I

the; pulse

Panama government offices will
continue-to be Jrom 7 a.m. to
1:30 pjn.
The Permanent Legislative
Committee of the National As-,
sembly arrived at this conclu-
sion yesterday, but gave the
government the power to de decree
cree decree different working hours
for some offices.
The decision i was arrived at
after hearing testimony both in
favor and against a change In
government working hours
However it was speculated, by
El Sla today that all govern government
ment government offices would have to fol follow
low follow the same working hours,
otherwise it would be unconsti unconstitutional.
tutional. unconstitutional. v .:)-i-T i'
Attorney1 Nicolas B: Perez- to
day, said that the "bis' bosss"
who sent Adolfo Hans and Wil William
liam William Campbell to Panama to as
sassinate President Jose A. Re
mon is Ned Lipstein of New
A scnool teacher from New
yorit, Irving Martm Lipstein,
was neia ior some time after the
in a letter published by El
Dia, ,perez declared the man
Campbell spoke of as Ned dur
ing his talk with the lawyer "is
none other than Lipstein, the
iamous New Yors; eunman
Peres said the FBI has Ned
lipstein's fingerprints and that
these are not the same as those
of the jranRster found with a
ouiiei in ms neaa and WDstein's
identification papers in his
Yesterday the government
decreed the suspension of all
permits to foreign vessels to
trade In San Bias and neigh neighboring
boring neighboring ports as a move to sup suppress
press suppress contraband activities of
Colombian vessels.
The Panama Municipal Coun
cil last night' voted the sum of
$3000 for the purchase of DDT
and dlesel oil to help rid the ci city's
ty's city's supburban areas of the cur current
rent current mosquito plague. ; :
The Nlcararuan tovernrneni
has notified the Panama 'For
eiert -.Office 'that the -late den.
Anastasio Somoza had no rea reason;
son; reason; to pay taxes in Panama, JSL
jjia reportea coaay. -"v
"The Mtnhrtry of Finance fa
trying to collect $3,600 the
records show the late Nicara- j
guan president as owing fer
back taxes on property he
owned In Panama. -'
. Juaa M. Duran. ousted secretar-
y general of the Panama Taxi
Drivers t Union, declared today
tnat the resolution to oust the un
ion's board of officers and calling
for a general assembly is illegal
because- it does not comolv with
the Labor Code. :
Duran indicated that the reso
lution was drafted and approved
oy a small group of members, who
have no authority to call a general
He hinted that the eroiin vat
behind a move to control the taxi
route to Tocumen airport in favor
of a small eroun m drivers.

27-Miles Needed Id Complete Trail
Along Route Of Highway TbColombia

Studies along the Pacific slopes
oi Loiomoia s uioco region show
that no special obstacles stand in
the way of a highway rout in
that sector.
This is the roprt of engineer
IrnosW ftuls Whlt who return-,
od to Panama this week after
five months of bushwhackine in
the Choc rooion. Ho has serv served
ed served .os leader of erews sfvdytaf
this southern route for rhean
American r way hotwoon Pa Panama
nama Panama and -.
After cutting M miles of tre-
,cna or prenminarv surveyors
,r,i R.u WhiHfeport,1 J?
percent of the route would be bed
ded in solid rock.- Only 27 miles
are needed to complete the Col Colombian
ombian Colombian trail to th Panama bor border.
der. border. Beginning at the Pacific side
hay of Umones, Bulx Whit and
his team carved their way north
ward on paralleling the
seashore. They round no swamps.
Wildlife is plentiful. The area is
largely w inhabited except for
scattered Cboco indisa families.
The area is also considered
healthier than lowland sectors of
Darten, tuts Vt hrte reports that
no member of fcU IS roan crew
was ill for even a siegle day of
the five-soonta period since last
Most encouraging aspect- for
road building, according to Kuii
White, is the few large rivers to
cross. 'The only bridges of say
size would be at the Cuoics and
Jura do Rivers, where solid banks
offer rood approaches for strue-
. k -. n .e
so tiers tenrh.
. fr 'Wre watials,
travel snd tnd sr. a..H.tMo
tsruoH ie ron. TV tay
1 Umrw is e eToe wiW bf I

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YES WE HAVE NO DISEASES Governor of the Canal Zone William E. Potter apologizes to
visiting doctors for the lack of interesting disease on the Isthmus today. His address follow-,
ed President de la Guardia's official opening of the Second Inter-American MedicaL Conven Convention
tion Convention at the University of ; Panama this morning. ; From left to right, Governor Potter, Panf
ama Canal Jlealth Director Col.. Charles O," Bruce, President de la Guardia, Minister of Pub Public
lic Public Health Dofia Cecilia Remon, Dean Of the Panama Medical School Dr. Gustavo Mendez
Pereira and the president of Panama Medical Society Dr "Antonio Henriquez-Navarro,

RP President Opens Medical P orey

With Greeting For Visiting Delegates
President Ernesto de la Guardia extended a warrn welcome to the many out-of-town
delegates; who were present at the, official opening of the Second Inter-American Medical
Convention this morning, v Addressing a crowd of about 800 la the auditorium of the Univer University
sity University r Panama, the President off lcially opened the eongress. :
- Canal Zone Gov William E. Potter, -who followed, made a sly reference to the many
headphones and microphones in evidence as part of the simultaneous translation, set-up,
which has been Installed for the convention.- k ...
-Col. Charles O, Brnce,- as president of the sponsoring ranr.ailott,.tf: MedVa?
liCoria iiiin nf ihi -isthmian .Tanal Zone, had made, hit introductory "remarks ; or inisli

'- the Governor-began, would speak in Spanish,., too, only I'm afraid that the translators
would never get 4t back. int EngUsl-,,.i1! q .-j i n ; ; r. ?s ;!-'
' Potter VontlnueV infiiig Selikoff and Moniliasl3" by

ence to the iact that Singapore
was once considered the '"cross '"crossroads
roads '"crossroads of the world, and that Tana Tana-ma.
ma. Tana-ma. was once famous fop. having
every disease, known to mankind.
Ha said the Isthmus had talc talc-en
en talc-en the lead the world's cross crossroads,
roads, crossroads, but apologized to visiting
doctors bocauso the dramatic
Improvements in health he .re
mad it impossible for os to
show them all the pathology
thoy could have soon here SO or
more years ago. r -The
first scientific speaker this
morning was Dr. William Reinhoff
Jr. from Johns Hpkins School of
Medicine. He stated in his talk on
'Carcinoma of the Lung" that
lung cancer is' lOO per cent incur incurable
able incurable unless the lung or part of it
is ""v"i by surgery.
Reinhoff quoted statistics from
69 iting operations which he per personally
sonally personally had performed. Using find findings
ings findings of one surgeon, he explained,
removes some of the hazards in
suitable for' vessels of any ton ton-nogs
nogs ton-nogs and offers. th possibility
of developing .a seaport, for Jhe
ROUTE. Engineers Ernesto
Hull White and Jorge Garcia
Teileg look over tnaps of the
Choco region in Colombia
where Ruig White nas Just
spent Tive months seeking a
route for the Pan American
Highway in that sector. Gar Garcia
cia Garcia TUe is Colombian repre representative
sentative representative on the Darien sub
committee wr.irn u sponsor-
lug the explorations la colom-


"Delegates were still registering
. .'. : j mLi t. j
ai mia-iuornuijj. iae urn uocuir
to register this morning was Dr.
John Hartshaw from Chapel, Neb.
One registrant Was Dr. J. Hih Hih-man,
man, Hih-man, who flew his own plane in
from upstate New York. He
brought his wife, and two sons with
him.' Registrations, from Central
America received a .boost when
ix doctors from Guatemala regis
tered just before the opening cere ceremonies.
monies. ceremonies. 'The first out-bf-towner to regis register
ter register was Dr. Fred Obley from Phil-
sdelpma, Pa. He registered at the
Hotel El Panama early yesterday.
'Dr. Hawley Seiler is scheduled
as1 the second speaker or today,
Hi subject is "Surgery of. Pulmo
nary Lesions other than cancer.
This afternoon's program includ
ed "Histoplasmosis" by Dr. Ches
ter.- w. Emmons; 1 nberculosls-
Therapy and Trends" by Dr. Jrv
Choco ares. The bay else makes
.'ST possible to bring in heavy
ejulpmant :' for road construe
Hon. Farther north a similar,
point -of debarkation is offered
et the tay of Cupica.
-Ruiz White returns to the vil
lage of Jurado, Colombia this week
to eontinu the route studies as
far as the Psnama border. Mean Meanwhile,
while, Meanwhile, other trail crews have be begun
gun begun -from El Real and are carv carving
ing carving "a trocha from the Panama
stde-towsrd a meeting with Ruiz
White's team at the border rsta rsta-tion
tion rsta-tion called "El Cruce".
Other Daniel Subcommittee
teams are nearing a meeting of
the alternate northern rout which
passed above the Cuna Indian re reservations
servations reservations at Alto Bayano. By mid
May it is expected that trails will
be complete along two separate
routes linking Chepo, Panama,
with Colombia. -
. Further technical and economic
studies- will be added before the
Darien Subcommittee draws np
its suggestion for the best road
route. The Subcommittee report
on alternate routes will- be pre presented
sented presented to the Seventh Psa Ameri American
can American High way Congress to be held
here August 1-10. -
XLIZABETH. NJ, "-April 3
(UP) Future generations may
have ne means to get rid of
flies other than swatting them.
Dr. .Ralph E- Heal, executive
eeretarr of th National pest
Control Asstl, says Insects are

develoninr immunities to cer-ied

tin tnjtcrilrMes and it is enlv a

question of time before theylliwith the Ailaatic sewage disposal

'be immune to ail of thtm.

Dr. Victor Hirschmann
Tonight from 7 until 7:30 Dr
h-ving J. Selikoff, phthlsiologist at
Mt. Sinai Hospital New York, will
speak on tuberculosis over CFN-
Five-Day Stopover
For 2000 Middies
On Isthmus In June
Over 2000 Naval Reserve Mid Midshipmen
shipmen Midshipmen are slated to spend five
days in the Canal Zone during
June as part of their 1957 Sum Summer
mer Summer Training Cruise, the US
Navy announced today.
The midshipmen, who will be
part of Cruise Bravo, will leave
Norfolk June 10 for a cruise off
the west coast of South Ameri America.
ca. America. They will transit the Canal
without stopping on June 19 to
hit their first liberty port, Val Valparaiso,
paraiso, Valparaiso, Chile.
Then they will visit Cristobal
and Balboa for a five-day layover.-
The group Is one of three cruis-
r Alfa Rrovn and (-horlto In
which a. total nf RMs Acariemv i
and NROTC Midshipmen will be
participating this summer.
me summer cruises, wmcn in-
.1.. j- u.i.i.-.. I
uuuc uuuouiymcu iiuiu cuuegea
all over the United States, are
designed to. give the youths an
opportunity to learn first hand
the lobs they are training for In
tneir future careers as Naval of
The midshipmen who
stop over here will be aboard
battiesnip. Wisconsin, two cruis
ers, Boston, and Albany and
eight destroyers. Following a
two-day stopover In Guan tana tana-mo
mo tana-mo Bay. Cube- they will proceed
to Puerto Rico for gunnery and
operational training.
Cruise Bravo is slated to re return
turn return to Norfolk, August 5.
Before they leave on the
cruise, they will take part in the
Jamestown Festival Internation International
al International Naval Review.
Roosevelt Avenue
To Be Restricted
To 2-Lane, Traffic
Roosevelt Avenue la Cristobsl
will be restricted to two-lane traf traffic
fic traffic betweta Fourth and Terminal
Street from April S through April
12, it has been announced by the
Contract and Inspection Division.
Th street will be partially Blocs
to permit the installation of s
sa .alary sewer line in connection


Of Handing Reins

Over To
hower today denounced as
mg to step out of office and
nver t a D.a.IJa-i d:I

, Mr, Eisenhower was asked at a crowded 'news con-
ference about reports that he was preparing to quit the
Presidency when world conditions permit.
He replied that there is no reason for nnvn.. A

doubt Jhisi basic integrity and honesty, and that he fully
intends to jserve out his elected term of office. V

Other! highlights of the news
conference :
He expressed hooe that a tax
reduction Would be nossihle before
ne leaves ottjee in 1961. But he
declined to estimate whether such
a reduction would be possible next
He said that from the Ameri American
can American standpoint th Communists
are not keeping the Korean sr.
mistico in accordance with Its
originsl terms.
He denied a report that Adm.
Arthur W. Radford, chairman of
the -Joint Chiefs of Staffsd e-
Nmir'ed n ; i v .Wvjti
buildup ia South iUi-iv t,t
He Said it is possible to achieve
some savings in foreign aid. But
he said the administration still
regards the $4.4 billion foreign aid
request in the budget as the best
esumaie oi a minimum program
if the United States is to achieve
its objectives in the free world.
He said in response to a ques
tion that it would be possible to
cut Federal personnel a great
deal without the operation of the
government suffering unduly. But
be said be has no specific plan.
He denied flatly that he had giv
en Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek
of Nationalist China assurances
that this country would, if neces necessary,
sary, necessary, come to the defense of Que Que-moy
moy Que-moy and Matsu islands off the
coast of Red China.
Drunk RP Resident
Lying On Highway
Run Over By Car
Octavio Rodriguez, a Chilibre
resident who seemed to prefer
tbe Madden Roadway to a bed
was run over last night. Canal
Zone police said he seemed to be
A Willys station wagon driven
by Miguel Doratl, the sales
manager of Crawford Agencies,
rn over the sleeping Rodriguez
inin, r.iii him 1nr th
ggcond time
Earlier. Stephens had nulled
Rodriguez off the highway. But
later, when the soldier return returned,
ed, returned, he was lying in the same
Rodriguez suffered a fractnr-
motm m fra tn r-A nu mnA
other lacerations.
Party Line
TAD7EL Formosa, April 3
(UP) A hand grenade deflect deflected
ed deflected into a brothel by a pair of
panties hanging on a clothesline
killed the madam and Injured 10
other persona last night, police
reported today.
The grenade apparently" was
tossed at a nearby gambling
house in the heart of Taipei's
"red light" district.
But it caught on the garment
and dropped Into tbe house of
prostitution, police said.
The injured Included a baby,
five prostitutes and four -pleasure-seekers,"
police said.
The bomb-thrower escaped.
Fast Drink
BRTTTON. Mich, April I fUP)
Ira L Earnhardt. 23, Milan,
Mich., today was serving a two two-day
day two-day tall sentence for drinking
and driving at the tame time.
Police said they arrested him
for drtvine 80 mile an bom and
drinking beer at tb. same time.

rot reports that he is Dfenar-
turn the reins of government
I 11 ki-
The President said ho had nev.
er given any assurances that went
beyond the American law and had
not given Chiang any private as assurances.
surances. assurances. ."
A biography of Secretary of
State John Foster Dalles by John
R. Beal said Mr. Eisenhower had
given Chiang such assurances in
a letter.
The Chief Executive, at a re result
sult result of publicity on his fast auto automobile
mobile automobile ride .'to Guttvuhnro '.P.
lastv Friday, hsr issued orders to
his white House drivers never a-
gain io-exceed, toe speed Ilrr-'t,
"V'i ",-'"'. ..' '"' r
Deemed l!oi Guilfy
Of Assault Affcmpl
William Godfrey Y Jackson,' aa
employe of the. Civil Aeronautic
Authority, admitted to the Balboa
magistrate yesterday, afternoon
that he threw a glass paperweight
which was shattered against the
office wall late Monday.
The 35-year-old American dent dented,
ed, dented, however, that he was trying
to hit a fellow employe, George J.
Hallett, who filed charges of cri criminal
minal criminal assault.
Tbe court was told that in mood
of prankishness Hallett threw a
wad of paper at Jackson,,'
Duo to the heat, muggtness,
noise in th office or somethin,
Sackton admitted, he bocamo
exasperated and hurled rh a a-erweight
erweight a-erweight against th wall.. But
ho was net, he insisted, tryin
to hit Hallett with it.
During the hearing of the -ease.
Judge John E. Deming called a
recess so that he could inspect
the scene of the exchsnge of paper-wads
and paperweights.
Having inspected the relstive'
positions of the two men at t h o
time of the incident, and the spot
where the weight smashed into
the wall. Judge Deming conclud concluded
ed concluded from the trajectory of the "mis "missile"
sile" "missile" that it was probably not aim
ed at Hallett r
He declared 'Jackson tot guHtj
of assault.
(KXA Ttirpheto)
ACCTSnt Th Marine
Corps has ordered a general
court martial for an ofDcer
accused of assaulting Pvt. Da David
vid David Porter (shovel of Hart Hartford.
ford. Hartford. Vt. Porter claims tfiat
1st IX. William Conroy cf
New York City earn to r. e
barracks at Parrit I:ar1.
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Tf T mnv scramble mv Dhvsioenomies a bit. Mall BOX

tributor "A sensitive Ear" really hit it on the nose when he
deplored the spate of mispronouncements which emanate daily
from CFN. My ten-year-old Rodson could do better along these
lines than the majority of news broadcasters.
But my most intense beef is directed not especially toward
the newscasters, but to practically every voice heard over the
station uttering the word "Caribbean." Since CFN stands for
Caribbean Forces Network, it is one of the most frequently used
words we hear, not only over radio, but also TV.
And it is not onlv the misguided announcers who mispro mispronounce
nounce mispronounce it so consistently I've often listened to a voice of the
v-ooe nnrrmnnsiv intone his breathless nrose only to wind up py

making the usual rooi. une wuiuu imn.
nnrn m iiit.nrv area, members of the armed

to pronounce Caribbean correctly. ,aucr trnir and imnr favorite d ctionarv. be it Webster, Funk ana

'rrr-V, ; ,p HtanriPrri Oxford English they'll all tell you

. 7 7. -r,,. t -.-DTDhoo net It rto-ht..

since this is their

forces would learn

Labor News




tlio eninR

- heavens sake. Accent is on the "bea,'


not the "rib.
Just Purist



n-i. o loHer tn p Henbum reeardine his recent

letter to the Governor of the City of colon "W"8,
hibition of the Rock and Roll contest to be held April 21 in
' the Colon Arena. I aRree with Mr. Hepburn that as a CathoUc
country we should refrain from certain activities during Lent
but I would Uke to ask him a few Questions : Did he protest or

call the attention to the camouo auuwuun w
(or feria) you may call it that the same church held about
thret weeks ago? Was that also done during Lent? Does he
tekl a drink in bars during Lent. Doesn't the Church have
picnics during Lent? ,mrnnrni hannenines in

TrMr0 OrA nilUf" U nillllUCl Ul UWICI iui" r-r- r-.-

. .. :L. -.t--. u ao fthnut, instead of being one

. f,l""",i, .tih t know that I would not attend the

i Junction or any other of its kind during Lent.



your Mail

r haven't, seen anyining in

c aplendid column Pulse Of Panama,
" . ,i. i ,l,ot maris Wflll

Two Sider

Box ever on your

?UTwnow what made you start this, but let me tell you,

v. . p i tv,ft m ron; sprv-

a, it, nnripiv rpan nv mttnv ui ua n wit ...--


ice. It Is a decided advantage w us w r "IV5 jn

a ....firi ii ncr mir

in W11B cuuumj """I, '. Knrrlsr

knowing about an 01 me naDPe"iK r' i,
rii E..rtH the column, our lack of Spanish

But until you started the column, our


I SS-m ,uite a few-but

mnl -I only hope


1 ? iwver- covli understand hem.
S 8o.Jhank' again ilfc?lS

sews ln English,

Panama Pulse Reader




Congraiuiauu n iu -;f" irn.rrv rimmls.

SSf Fellowship is onlv one o several honors bestowed on thl;
quletFuSSing S young man since he entered Stanford Unlver

We are going to hear much more of Jimmy Wilson.
t7 refreshing to know that superior scholarship character
i..SteWsrk is still the basis for academic

rr r .. i.i- nv,nnio nf fiB iinit.en Htaies. mi"

.? cognition in tne 'h,h fn; several years, one

close association wivn duv


True Scholarship

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i in i ir i ii' i i sfciii

If Dave Beck, who lends money
to himself, were a Communist or

a Fascist he could easily be ex

pelled from labor s high & o m

mand. But there apparently is no
swift punishment to fit the prime

Detrayai ot womngmeng trust
the juggling of a union's cash.

Truth is there is no provision ln

the AFL-CIO constitution allowing

tne executive council itself, to ex

pel Dave Beck from the high com

mand. This consitution must have
been written with the quills of an


well, now, many a labor man

has found the ostrich a bird of ri

diculous posture witn the entire

public taking a whack at' its

rump. The worst that the AFL-

CIO Executive Council can do le

gally is file charges and hold hear

ings on Dave Beck's transeres

sions and the waywardness ot bis

union s dollars.

Specifically the constitution


"The executive council shell
have the power to file charges
and conduct hearings en Such

charges against any executive

officer of the Federation or oth

er msiribor of the executive

council on the around that such

person it guilty fmalfeasance

or maladministration a nd to-

make e report to the convention

recommending appropriate ae

tion. The executive council, must

serve tuch officer with e copy
of the written charges e reason reasonable
able reasonable time before the hearing."
Thus, in the forenoon of Tues

day, March 26, George Meany end
some of his colleagues filled, their
inner sanctum with anger and

language which even Dave Beck
might never had used to his first

laundry wagon horse. After the

decision to put Dave Beck "on

trial" was made, strategy was de

veloped which will literally shake
the highways of the land wherev

er there is a truck and Us driver.
Labor's high command, loudly

and Dubli lv. will belabor Beck

It will denounce him. It will tell

him it does not think him worthy

of the leadership of the Team

sters or of membership in the
AFL-CIO. It will recommend that

he be dropped from the executive

council by the AFL-CIO conven convention
tion convention in Miami Beach next Dec. 5,
and by the Teamsters' convention
next September in the same re resort
sort resort city if it is not postponed.
The high command will not
move against the Teamsters
Brotherhood itself. It will make
its open, fight on Beck, Frank
Brewster and on any other offi official,
cial, official, including Jim Hoffa, as those

Teamtier leaders .tangle- with the
government. All this will be done

publicy Ut.the hope that the AFL-

CIO extCDVivtouBJ;wiU,beble
to effect two' objective with Hne

maneuver. c
First, the high commend
want to save the Teamsters'
Union. It does not want to expel
its biggest affiliate. It does not
want to loss 1,500,000 mombers.
Certainly it seas no gain in driv driving
ing driving the union out of the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO Into isolation controlled by
the very men who today are dis disdainfully
dainfully disdainfully giving all labor a black
The entire labor movement

would be ripped by civil war if
the Teamsters were dumped as
was the International Longshore Longshoremen's
men's Longshoremen's Assn. "back in 1953. This

fight alone, against a union of 65,-

000 longshoremen, has cost the

AFL-CIO several million dollars.

The cost of a knock-down fight
with the Teamsters Brotherhoold

across the land would cost labor
and industry scores of millions of
dollars not to mention heads.

To avert this, the seeasdarf ob

jective will be to stir the Team

sters rank-and-me into revoii a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Beck and his colleagues.

The high command eoesnr
quite know hew this can be
done. But one of the top policy
maker of the 29-man council,
minutes after Meany summoned
him to an extre-erdinsry execu executive
tive executive council session, said: "This
will be the most dramatic mo moment,
ment, moment, the most dramatic fight
labor has yat soon."
And from Walter Reuther's

headauarters came news that

some old CIO leaders had written

him urging a head-on fight but

tn rive Teamsters rank-snd-niers

everfwhere the help they need to

to clean up the Teamsters nation-

union while keeping it lnswe

The Sabbath's Three R's

- 1

Little Monsters

I shall be descending on the Bie

Town soon for my biennial fling at
the fleshpots, and like the farmer

going on a spree, I must say I

dread it.

It is not so much the eiddv whirl

that New Yorkers call living; not
so much the TV, the theater, the
saloons, and the consequent bank

ruptcy as the old lady gets carried

away in the shops.

It is mainly that I will be Intro

duced afresh to the progeny of my


I do not mind the older ones who

are painfully polite and call me

Sir," because they will either be

drafted or married soon and out
from underfoot. They sre at least
old enough to have dates and have

developed an aversion to staying

home ana1 ;tabltiing their elders.
Also I've lived Snd suffered
through their earlier wars against,
organised society.. .v-
The ones I dread are the post
scripted apples of the parental eye
who, having arrived in the early
atumn of their progenitors' lives,
sre freely accorded rights snd

privileges which should be pain painfully
fully painfully earned, even by adults.

I refer here to the child of six to
10 who hss been raised more or
less a la carte, without benefit of
razor stran or the hard word. "No"

mostly by doting parents who
see their monster through s mar

tini haze as an Incipient genius
whose development and free ex

pression should not be hampered.!

These ere the Drsts who must

be allowed to eat when the adults

eat, who must not be hustled off

to bed at a given hour but must
roam amongst the highballs until
fatigue and cigaret smoke exert a

merciful to the guest anesthe

tic which sends the genius, half-

stupified, to bed.

These are the monsters who

must have a sip out of Mommy's

cocxtau so tney won t grow up

thinking that booze is evil, al although
though although a fair squint at Mommy' do doing
ing doing a bandstand at 2 a.m. or neck necking
ing necking in the garden with a neighbor
might have some deterrent effect
on the child, at that.
These are the darlings who grab
food out of your plate, upset cock cocktail
tail cocktail sauce on your best suit, crawl
around under the table with lethal
weapons, demand bedtime stories
from strangers, and set up a bowl

when. beddy-bye Is. UrqidlXi men-

Unless they have changed since
I started this piece. American chil

dren of the modern unrestricted
raising are the worst brats in the
world. And .of the American chil children,
dren, children, New York and Washington

young'uns own the championship.
It & an odd thing, but the child
is the treasure of the average Eu European
ropean European family, and the life of the
home revolves around the children
without spoiling the child.

They manage to be polite to each

other, respectful of elders, well-

mannered and cheerfully obedient
without tantrum.

A visit from a grandparent does

not wreck the regimen, and the
word "papa" means more in the
infantile intellect than in the A A-merican
merican A-merican home where "Daddy" oft
as not refers to that seedy old bum
who'll let you get away with any anything
thing anything if you raise enough hell.
The modern American mother

has been nurtured on a steady diet
of predigested pap by the scientific

raisers. She is told to "reason

with the six-year-old, and you
might as well attempt to reason

with a puppy.

There are no greater whtners

and argufiers than the modern lu

venile. "If June can go to the mo

vies,1 why can t I go to the nm

vies?" "Tommy sits tip until 12

o'clock every night. Why cant I?"

The answer used to be: "Be

cause dear old Daddy lays you

can't, and that's reason enough.

Now bo to : bed before I take

stick to "your hide.. i V t

.Ne more the golden "wand i'of

parental authority.

it wouldn t be so bad If they al

lowed tne monsters to practice

their delinquencies on their own

time, but they insist on feeding

the guests a heaping share of their

own intramural miseries.

All I know is. I'm all caught un

on tricycles ridden at full speed
across the ankles, and the next
Incipient genius who knocks a

highball out of my fist is on its

own, sex of subiect notwithstand notwithstanding.
ing. notwithstanding. I used to smack little girls
when I was younger, and I still
got the range. I

pn 1 Vs? ilw,vJ


WASHINGTON -1 The other day
I Went down in tho Ppnt

fire shooting from I the Pears

eye to have it out publicly with
Secretary of Defense Charlie Wil

son. -,,-.

He had confiscated mv "Niilrp..

son Document'' on guided missiles j

aiier l aia him the courtesv ol

auomiuing it to the Defense De

partment ... fof security guidance

and I was determined to show him
a few facts about cooperating with

newspapermen when they try to

cooperate with mm. ; H

1 came out of the verbal shoot shoot-Ing
Ing shoot-Ing fray. with Charlie Wilson a
different end defeated man. He
took me like Eiwnhower took
the1 American people on Nov. 4
Ho did It with charm end frank-
nessy-Vi-?:s:;- r-.-.4-..- Is
He not only took me. but 1 be

came somethine ef a Wilson boos.

He handles his Press conference

with more frankness and. obvious

aesire-to-ieu-we-trath 'than any

other member of the Eisenhower

aamuustratien. ; ?

He also knew more about the

vast ramifications of his intricate

Defense Department than is hu

manly possible for most men.

However, this is getting ahead

of the story.

I figured I would take Charlie

Wilson by surprise 4y easing up

on nis vuineraDie side General

Motors. -;.;s-:v .''.-J

.After the press' conference got

underway I quoted an excerpt

from the secret memo for which

Col. John Nickerson of the Army

Redstone guided : missile arsenal

going to be court martialed

This is the document which

the Defense Department confiscat

ed when I asked whether publir

cation of some parts might be de

trimental to the national defense

Nickerson had claimed that Wil

son's guided missile plan to take
guided missiles away from the
Army and concentrate develop.

ment in the Air Force, "favored

commercially the AC sparkplug

division ot ueneral Motors."

Walter Winchell In Mew Yorli



the AFL-CIO at the same time.

This showdown had to come.

A FAIR START--Europeens will get a view of life in the
United States at the Brussels World Fair in 1SS8. Edward
Stooe, the architect, unveils ln New York a scale model of the
United States Pavilion. Tbe five-miLUon-dollu structure, 95
feet high, will be the largest tree-span building in tbe world.
Aa adjacent theater will seat 1.000.





Dear Mr. W: The published re reports
ports reports that Phyllis McGuire (Mc-

Guire Sisters) is going steady
with a surgeon can be denied

with authority. Both Phyllis and

Dorothy are still looking for their

Dream Man. ."Fat" M or and,

leading lady of "Wish You Were
Here" and recently on a tour of
air bases with "Oklahoma," will

marry Air Force Capt. Keith D.

Ricks. He is attached te the base

at McGuire Field, N.J. . .He

flew the plane that earned the
show. .The Duchess of Kent has

okayed the escort for daughter
Princess Alexandra. He is Carel

Mosselmans (27), member ef

Lloyds of London, if you please

. -.Edward Mulhare, who subbed
for Hex Harrison at "Fair Lady."
and Mafgie Smith (last seen in

"New Faces") get that dased look

at Monsignore when the fiddles
fid. .That black-stocking'd newd

in the window of Tbe Collector's

Gallery on W. S3rd was modeJ'd

by Marlon's former fiancee, Jo-

aunne Derangcr.

forthcoming film biography os!
Jimmy Walker, Mew York's
famed "Night Mayor" during
the Roaring Twenties, Vera
Miles, above, plays the role of
Betty Cornpton. Betty, noted
stage and screen star, was the
"other women" lb Walker's life
who eventual! became his
second wife. ...

Nicky Hilton, who hasn't
touched e drop for I months (a (a-naiing
naiing (a-naiing his chums end family)
is te Acaavlce. Ditto Joan Col Collins.
lins. Collins. Their chaperon ie Nora (ex (ex-Mrs.
Mrs. (ex-Mrs. Dick) Haymes. .Sorry to
aoo Charlie Morrison of the Me Me-cembe
cembe Me-cembe ge. His tovoly wife Ma Mary
ry Mary sura domonstrated the line
Ward reportedly tolls pals that
wtiee she fs free from barrister
Doiavan Smith, she will shock
ovary body by marrying a noted
society modice. .Got e call ut
now saying that while Prank
Costoiio and Fraak Ericksea din dined
ed dined In e midtown spot, Mr. C's
car was stolen.

..Shlrtoy St. Clsir is tn town. She

Is secy to ex -pres. Prio Socarras
ef Cuba. .Pals ef the rebels

there are openly quoting the next
invasion date July 26U .Ger-

araiae Page is madly in Jove a-

Sua. He is actor Mai Tborne.
w nothing ia the papers about
actor John Raby. Accidentally
shot himself cleaning a gun and
it was fatal . Nobody noticed

."Cat (King) Cole's newly altered
nose during the Emmy Awards

program. jv.y. Times fashloa

editor Dorothy Hawkins and

commentator Larry Lesouer will

blend. Third for both. .The Goi Goi-don
don Goi-don Polesies were divorced in A A-labama.
labama. A-labama. Mrs. Polesie is woman's
editor on the-L.I. Press. .It's a
boy for the Ed. S. Friendly, Jrr.
at Drs. Hosp, Pop is daytime pro

gram director at CBS. . Judy

Houiday s recent husband (David

Oppenheim) and Ellen Adler (Stel

la Adler s dghtr) will be married

April 14.

We had the Sheree North iplit-

uation story first, but I didn't

know that until just now; The

source phoned reminding me. .
Brunettiful Ruth Gillie (who did
the vocals with Sammy Kaye's

crew and Ralph Flanagan s) is
temporary hatchick at The Spln-

dietop. Her new beaumance is

Bob Berlin, Chicago steelionalre

.Ann Sothern's sister, sonewrit

er Bonnie Lake, will be In Ann'.' songs

new act at vesas. Recently recon

ciled after years of estrangement

.Model Grace Reeves has

CBS, Randy Churchill has written a

book about the recent libel suit
which won him $15,000. He sued
after the paper called him a
"paid hack". . I saw TV produc producer
er producer Gary Stevens and actress Pau

la Hill .ot "Dragnet") spinnirg hllJ

uicu uwu uiue wcu m uie roio roio-naise.
naise. roio-naise. . .6th Avenue merchants

miserable about the drop in busi

ness since mat street went one oneway.
way. oneway. The bus line is said to have

lost $1500 the first day., Norma

Douglas breaks in her new act at

Camden soon. Then plays the Mon Monte
te Monte Carlo, Miami Beach. I love her

new recording, "Be It Resolved"
and "Joe He Gone". Despite
Grace and Baby, Monaco's tourist

business was nowhere up to expee

ewitrh1 from PRS timHiiiap fVri

Baser u gem merchant Kooer .'erybouy will be listed as a

Altman. -. George Raft told mter-No heroes. .The Birdland

viewers he hasa t seen Mrs. Raft

for 20 years and weuldnt recog

nize ber if he did. Parted 30 years

Did Jeanne Eagots, the Bread Bread-way
way Bread-way etage star, have e ; son?
We had a phone can from e
man who didn't give Ms name.
Just sold he was going te sue
Columbia Pictures because he
read e Mure (en the film about
her life) alleging sha was a nar narcotics
cotics narcotics addict. .Then wa roe'd
this letters, "I am sending this
hocewoe I de not wish te have
any another memory violated,
tn any awn Screwball life It

didn't matter much what

printoo. A guy has e

no that are fine. My mother's
te mo are eomoHdng that can canst
st canst be traded. I de not wont any
money from Columbia Picture.
This to snmothing I could sot
take money for. But that pre preview
view preview in Uf and all the ettonaV
ant publicity. I am not going te
allow the picture te be released.
I have all the necessary proof,
etc". Mis totter added that he

lived a the Mansfield Hotel. His

nam Is Walter Br aim. $ys he
was bom ia Kansas City.

Why professional songwriters tear

out tneir nair: sons stylist L

Vera Baker will' record three

composed bv her valetl

The fist he ever scrivened. .
The music business will get the
next TV dramatic treament. After
the manner of the comedians. Ev-



cert Tour turned out to be The

Fair Lady of jazz. .The Eck-stine-Vsughn
menu grossed almost
$500,000 in 32 bookings. .Follow .Following
ing .Following his Latin Quarter' (Miami
Beach) stardom, George Matson
opens at the Music Hail here in
the Easter Show. A clever record recording
ing recording mimic' Starred at an obscure
Miami Beach spot 4 years (near
the L.Q.) but Lou Walters found
him in a Paris spot 4,748 miles a a-way.
way. a-way. Strange?
Shoila Barron, poor thing; had
another (the 3rd) 'operation on
her leg at Cleveland's Lakeside

hosp. .The Gray Flannel Set's
big worry is the new book, "Viva

lladison Avenue." which Harcourt

unveiled. It was stile it e'd by

George Psnetta, a copywriter at

Young a Rubicam. . In F s r i a

they are using tbe name of God
ia ads for the sexy movie, "God
Crested Woman." They scream:

"God creatde Woman but tie Dev

il created Brigitte Bardotl"


So I asked Wilson: "I should

like some guidance as to what

should or should sot be classified.

Would you say that the statement

that your guided missile program

'favors commercially the AC
sparkplug division of General Mo

tors' should that or should that

not be classified?" ;

"Well, it is Of course a misstate

ment," said Wilson, referring to

alleeed favoritism for his old com

pany, ''but there is no reason why
it should be classified unless it

was hung on to a part of a docu

ment that In itself was classified.

. "Then why did you not. return

that document : to .me with, such

portions X d out that should have

been classified?" 4 asked.

Wilson was at some disadvatage.

He wan ittinff with a lnt nf TV

kleig lights shining in his face,

ana couian t see me.

"Are you the man who had the

document in the first place?" he


'I am."

'Didn't we release some official

correspondence we had with Mr,

Pearson about it?"

"You did. The correspondence

was not very edifying.

"Wen I think that letter is as

far as I care to go at this time."

observed Wilson, keeping both his

poise and his smile. "It's whit

our attorneys said should be 1
right decision to take, as long as
the matter is in the court martial


"One of your counsel, Mansfield
Sprague, stated to my office the

contrary," I pointed out. He

thought the document should be

turned back with certain portions

A d out, to which I was quite agree

"We appreciated your bringing

it to -us in tne nrst place." Wilson

said, "And obviously to you it

certain things in it that you

thought should have been classi

fled, or you wouldn't have brought

it to us.


"And we like that kind of coo

peration," he continued.
"I think the reason we changed

our minds as between vSprague

and Dechert (who succeeded
Sprague as counsel) Is that ln the

intermediate time we found out

more about it.
"We found out who had produe

ed it. As long as we dicing know

where ; it came from end who

sponsored it, and that you were
the only person that had it and

nothing else happened, you would

have got it back won tne classified

parts deleted. But under the cir circumstance
cumstance circumstance we thought 'well, that

is not the right thing to do. I
don't know whether I make my

self clesr, but I have tried to."
"You make yourself very dear,

"Hevn Knows, Mr. Allison"

with Bob Mitchum and Deborah

Xerr held ma from start to end.

wss cantlvated by bow they

(Tbe producers and authors) han

dled the delicate theme. . .Beau .Beautifully,
tifully, .Beautifully, I thought. .The studio had

a rough tame in the beginning get getting
ting getting an okay from church dignita

ries, all of whom tnrew tneir
bands high and beggedr "We nev never
er never want to hear about that book!"

JBut when they ssw the finish

ed picture they loved It Net one

complaint. No deletions. Just fine
. Anthony Ouinn's Academy-win

ning-nomination role in "Lust for

Life" runs only 91 minutes. That

certifies to bow good an actor he
is. ..Kazan hoped you'd do one
more episode for -'Fsce in the
Crowd.' I explained the deal with
Desilu prohibits. People Today
called. Said in readying their ar article
ticle article on Ratings they discovered
(by-simply checking) that Como
got 45.1 from ARB in Feb. while
Trendex gave him 304. Tbe Edi Editor
tor Editor added: "Our simpk. check
brought out the horror of tbe sys system.
tem. system. A possible maximum error

of 12 million viewers." Yar

Girl Friday,

T-a t PPreeiate that explana-l

uuu, am,- u ua cmps having
slipped quietly off my shoulder, J
"It's just a little bit dlffii-nft tvJ

a newspaperman who has been inl
the habit of trying to check things!
that might be classified, and who!

is wiurieuc auuui n u s a little!

uuiicuit to continua Miat -oucinn.

which I think is a good custom.'1!

, At tnis point Wilson took the
wind completely out of mv aii I

"You'll sleep well with yourself!

as. long as you go tne right thing,"

.: I had a couple ot other pungent.

pouueal quotes from the NickeH

soa secret document up my sleeve,
but after that I folded.. You can't
go on arguing with anyone as nice
as .Charlie Wilson. ;- .... ;
:'?:'"''' i-. f -' ",!. 'I'
NOTE Col. Nickerson

has a fine reeord as an Armv nf.

ficer, is being triedj for writing a

memo opposing the transfer of i

guided missile development 'from 5,1
the ,Army to the Air Force. These?

memos were then circulated tn

members of Congress. Nickerson'sl

uauie wus out. on we .memo which
c?me into the possession ol my
office and I had ho- idea he was
tne' author,- It contained some data-which
obviously -should ihave
been classified, which was why
tne Defense Department was .ask

ed for guidance.


Sen.- Snarkman of Alahama mm.

plains that his office; has become

a matrimonial bureau., In 10 years'- i

as a senator he has had is w. k

retaries get ; married, 7 Colleagues f
tell him they are too good-looking.
Laetst is Miss Dorothy Clolinger if
of Mobile Snarkman savs it's

hard to get Alabama secretaries
In Washington; they like to stayl
in Alabama. -.Sen. "H Green, of I

Rhode Island has received : a let-

ter from the State Department I

that John Foster Dulles would likei

to admit Spain to NATO, but oth-1
er European governments say 'no ?

,. Harvey Aluminum Corp. of Los a

Angeles, which has branched out T
all fiver fha WAet thsnlr t fof

government concessions. is now

suing the tiny Harvey Aluminum
Corp. of New York," demanding
that it change its name. :vr

Harvey Alumrhum of New York

employes only five Deoole and has

been doing business .inNew York
for soma years. But Harvey Alum Aluminum
inum Aluminum of Los, Angeles 'now wants
to invade New York Stte.




SHE'S IN TIERS The apron
cornea out of the kitchen and

into stylish society ln this red-

satin cocktail dress seen at a

recent fashion showirur in

Rome, .Italy.! Eye-catching

not to say breathtakingtea-;
ture is the tiers' of bouffant'

aprons"" which extend from

neckline to hem.


DIZZY LAND Like a fantas.

tic pattern from nightmare,
this apparently" free-floatin

spiral Is actually a unique view
of a balustraded staircase in a

London, England, building.





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. V J ( O 1 J (' 'l '"J ,11'' I U
Ike Wins i Senate Fight To Barter
Farm Surpluses To Soviet Satellites
Dulles Denies Ike Gave Nationalists
Pledge to Aid Quemoy Against Reds
. it-


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I.::.!: J r

- .1,1.,

COL E.-W. GRUBBS, (second from leftr. U.S. Army Caribbean Ordnance officer," presents
retirement Dapers to MSirt Walter C. Pool, (second from right). In ceremonies held recently
ffSfSSU 5fices itWal. Pool ha, completed 20 of Army frvice 'Look on

ar cant. Victor B. swan. ueiw, -commuuiB ojsxwci.- nut y vc w., v...-

' Roby. (right), ciief of the, inspection Office, U.S. Army Caribbean Ordnance.,.

Army Photo)



by Ertkiri Johnson

i nf. knit T1rt7rfe- Psr1

taee:. Offstage and Upstage",

Skelton4. wife,' Georgia, gaye


a Mack sleeD mask as an lnsbm-

alt cure after; Red. complained;
' "Honest, honey, it's too much like
;( ileeping with thr Lone Ranger."
vV. .A Hollywood theater ; playing

; "Giant is featuring this slogan in
adverUsingi: . -V
' f'Glant tha pitur thaf naaH
if. Hollywood's chuckling over
,fign on. local dance Baion:
lit ''Dance the calypso;

' Hal ? Grayson, former society
( band leader, sold the screen rights
to his lifeftory. He suffered an
emotional;: crackuft and no is
working as av pianist wth,Jlan to
organize .a band agauVi
VROt1tT?-9AYlJOR4Tnayf tfrfiow
tab Huntet in the warbling league,
lie just recorded VI 'Quod; yon

nd iYou Found Me" for. a new
film.. MGM's conaidering Accord

release.1 jy -y : ''

Run?" Tt a yarn about' a no

talent kid who becomes the biggest

man in Hollywood.

Oral surgery put Errol Flynn in

the hospital for two days. Left

town the- next day for Tucson, A

rizona., to film a Playhouse 99 TV

show with John Ireland, June Lon
don and Ann: Sheridan;


rw' i ...

r Frank

Sinatra urprid LA

Mwimtn bv turnlnir on h charm

for Aim whan h appaarad bora
a ttat anata comMittaa'i quli of

Aj,iaf wronfl wor:vraKHnf pany.

whan TV camaras ware focuad

en him- Roll 'am boya."- ha

. -v Lana Turner's '. ex-hubbj' Steve
' Crane, took' her to the airport
' when -she Jeft for' a South Amen
tan good will tour. Leaving Steve
- where, Hollywood is wondering,
when she returns to. file-suit for
divorce from Lex Barker. .-


TV aeries. About transatlantic air airline
line airline hostesses. .. .Jeff Donnel re return
turn return as Alice in Gobeland March
23. She's eoing back as the com comic's
ic's comic's wife to help bolster the show's
rating; .Slick' casting Mickey
Rooney in "What Makes Sammy

; ir


Inger Stevens, the Grace Kelly Kellylike
like Kellylike doll in Bing Crosby's? latest,
"Man on Fire," will shed hubby

Tony ooglie via a Vaiuurum.-ui'
vnTM'Ha'a-e New York; a cent. .,

Jnhnnv Olszewski, the former All

American 'football star at the.J

Cardinals, doris make-up -foi

a movie debut in "Les Glrl", at

MGM.l :. .- -, j

OVERHEARD: "A Hollywood

tirangle invariably ends up as a
wrecked angle."

Gonzaga University is building

a Bin a- Crosby room In its library.

His 20 gold records and the Oscar

he won for "liomg My way wiu
be on exhibition. The. Groaner has
contributed a fortune to' his old
school.;. .Producer Eddie Small
wants to retitle "Tho Barney Ross
Story" to "Monkey on My Back."

But the censors are screaming

that the "Monkey" tag Suggests
the picture, is chiefly about, nar narcotics
cotics narcotics addiction. ;t

JaifS Powell is hitting the night nightclub
club nightclub circuit. She debuts at the De

sert Inn In Las Vegas April 30.

Paramount will reissue tho eld
Inqrid Borgman-Gary Cooper hit,

"For Whom tho Boll Tolls." Cued,
of course,, by Insrld'a return to

United States via "Amstasia."
Hueh O'Brian "borrowed" El

vis Presley's manager, Col. Tom

Parker, for ins "wyau .r-arp

tour. Parker will mastermind the

tour fora big slice of the profits

Lana's Daughter
Runs Away Because
She Hales School


Lana Turner s 13-year-old daught daughter
er daughter Cheryl Christina Crane, told
her film star mother yesterday
that 'she tried to run away because
she hated school.
- Miss Turner, and her former

husband, Stephen Crane, father of

tne girl, ootn rusneo to a police
station early yesterday where a
motorist had taken Cheryl after

finding her wandering near the

downtown sKid row area at mid


. The motorist. Manual Acosta, 29

said he gave the girl a lift when

he noticed three men following
hen along main street and she ap appeared
peared appeared frightened. Police had just
received a bulletin that Cheryl

was missing when Acosta brought

her. in.' ,:; .. ', .'

Acosta said the girl told him

she was 17 ant asked him to help
find a place to stay. ( But said she
"seemed frightened" so he drove
her to the police station.

Why sbsuld you Want to do a

thing like this, baby?", :; Miss Tur

ner. tearfully asked, her daughter.

"I don't .want to go back to
school," the. girl, replied "I hate

school." "f

Crane said ho could understand

now such things happen in the

lives of teen-agers, explaining he

aid tne same tning when he was

uieryrs age. . ;

Cheryl had spent the weekend

witn Maggie Douglas, 12, daught daughter
er daughter of film star Paul Douglas, at
Palm Springs in the company of

ner mother., when they returned

to town by train, the film star

put her daughter and her com

panion in a taxicab and dis

patched them to the Sacred Heart
Academy where they are en

rolled, r.

But Maggie aaid that cart wav

back to the school. Chervl insist

ed on stopping at a drugstore and
then refused to rljoin her school

mate in the. taxicab, announcing
she was running away. Maggie

men notified tne school on her re

turn and the parents were sum

Cheryl is Miss Turner's daught

er by her second marriage to
Crane. The actress is estranged
from her fourth husband, actor

hex parser. .-

MO ket Panama City
1090 Kcs., Colon
Xtdephones: 2-306S Panama
1063 Colon'


ft-- rt

Rich Playboy Jelke

freed From Prison

Afler Two Years



A STAR IS RE-BORN Formerly one of the brightest itira
in Hollywood armament Janet Cajnor, right, is returning to
pictures efter absence of IS years. Um Gaynor, shown
with actress Terry Moore, will play the mother of a teen teenager
ager teenager in BrcirdiDe." a role she occupies in real life. .Her

greatest accesses (remember ."Seventh Heaven"?) came in .(was arrested in 1952. MUs Ward
th itte -:0 s snd the S0's.j ., J married aa attorney, Delavin

iititn, March Z4 195.


(UP) Playboy Minot F. (Mickey)

Jelke 111, 27, heir to a three mil

lion dollar oleo fortune, was re

leased from prison yesterday after

serving a two-year sentence for

operating a .cafe society call girl

Warden Edward Fay said Jelke

walked out of Greenhaven Prison

at 10 a.m. anl was met at the

gates by a member of his family.

He was beueved to have' been

driven to New York Cityr-

jelke was convicted April 1,

1955. on two counts of compulsory

prostitution and was sentenced the

following April .28 to concurrent

terms of two to three years in

prison on each count An appeal

was denied.. . ,,- i .....
The pint-size playboy, who was

described as a "model prisoner",
waa eligible for parole aix months
ago, but the state Parole Board
denied his plea. At his last ap appearance
pearance appearance March 15, the, plea was
approved. i j
Jelke had been convicted Feb.
27, 19S3, on two counts of forcing
red-haired Pat Ward, then 19. and

sultry Marguerite Cordova, a for

mer natcneca gin. to work ior

him as $100 a night call girls to

finance bis aign living until he in inherited
herited inherited his oleomargarine fortune

at the ago of 30.

However, the first conviction

was reversed on grounds that the

trial Judge had denied Jelke a
right to a fair trial by barring
the press and nublic from the

courtroom. '".-
Prior to his second conviction.

Jelke snsrried Sylvia Eder, 23, an

attractive eionde who was found

nude in his apartment when be

Today, Wednesday, April 1
' y 1
P.M. v 4
4:00--Feature Review Review-4:30
4:30 Review-4:30 What's Your Favorite ( re requests
quests requests taken by phone
.-"I. till 3:00) ; V
'ISONews v i
:35 What's Your Favorite
: (cont'd) t '
4:00 Allen Jackosn Commen-
; tary (WRUL)


REVIEW (Pabst'Beer)
6:30 Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
7:00 Halls Of Ivy -7
; 30 VOA Report from U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
S: 30 Musical Theater -v

:00 You Asked For It (re-

quests taken by phon
tUl 7:30)

10:30 cavalcade Of America -..

11 :00-jaza Till Midnight ;

12:00 sign ou.

Tomorrow, Thursday, April 4

1:00 Sign On Alarm. -Clock
Club (requests taken

by phone tiu 7:00)
7 :30j Morning Salon Concert

8:15 Church In The Wlldwood

: 30 Musical ReveUls
8:00 News'
:15Sacred Heart
9:30 Paris Star Time

10:00 News

10:0' Spins and Needles (re

quests taken by phone

' till ffiSO)

11:00 News

11:05 spins And Needles


11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 Newf


12:05 Lunchtlme Melodies

12 : 30 Sweet And Hot

1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 Spirit Of The Vikings
2:00 ,Tez Beneke Show
2 : 15 Freddy Martin Show
3:30 Much -B 1 n d 1 n g-In-The-Marsb
. v

3:00 Hank, Snow And Hi

, Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Musio For Thursday
4:00 Feature Review -'
4:30 What's Your Favorlt(r
. quests taken W phonr



president lsennower hax won

fight in the Senate for power to

naner u.s. farm surpluses to Rus Russian
sian Russian satellite nations in return for

strategic, materials.
The authority was contained in

overall legislation v to increase

from S3 to S4 billion the amount

of farm surpluses which may be

som aoroaa ior loreign currencies.
The measure, which oassed tne

benate yesterday by voice vote,
now goes to the. House.

Before the final vote, the Senate

1:35 What's Tour F a v r 1 1


6:00 Allen' Jackosn Commen

tary (WRUL)


REVIEW (Pabst Beer)

6:30 Telephone Hour (WRUL)

7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report from TJ.S.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater ..
8:30 Take It From Here

9:00 You Asked For it (re

quests taken by phonr

till 7:30)

10:30 Music From Hotel El pan.

10:45 Temple Of Dreams

11:00 Concert Under The stars

12.00 sign, Off.

Father Shot After
Killing 3 Persons
In Gun Battle

GAUON. Ohio.. April 3 (UP)

A young' father was killed in

a gun battle with police today
after -murdering three persons,
including his wife's parents, and
wounding another.
Police said the killing spree of
Manford Draper, 28, a World War
n Navy veteran,1 began late last

night when .he-, ran down his
in-laws, Mr. and: Mrs. -.Albert
Pollak, in a car. as they, crossed
an alley near their home in

Marion. r-

Fleeing 1n another car he stole
a block away, Draper smashed
into a roadblock thrown tip- near
here and was 1 lying face down
beside the wreckage as patrol

man Robert KarsmiiisKi, 36. ap

proached. When Karsminski
started to turn him over, Draper
spun around and shot the officer

in the chest with a revolver.

The fatally wounded Karsmin Karsminski
ski Karsminski and patrolmen Murray Youtz
and Lary Scott opened fire on

Draper, killing him instantly.

Youtz was hit twice. Karsminski

collapsed and died seconds after
tho gun battle, ended.
.Mrs. Dora Harris, 55, mother

of Mrs. Pollak, was with the

Pollaks in the alley but escaped
Injury. Treated for shock at a
hosnital in Marion. Mrs. Harris

was unable to give a motive f fop

the attack.
Police said the stolen car
Droaer was driving overturned

three times after hitting a patrol
car that was used in the road

Youti was reported in fair
condition at a hospital 'here.
Draper was the father of a
T-year-old girl.

defeated 54 to 23 an amendment
by Senate Republican leader Wil William
liam William F. Knowland that would have

lett in effect a current ban on

such barter deals with Iron Cur

tain nations. lt;

Foreign currency sales to such

nations would also De prohibited

xne'Diu also raise from $500

million to J900 million the admin

istration's authority to give farm

surpluses to nations hit by disas

ter. The present law is scheduled

to expire June 30. ; f
Two Democrats and 21 Repub

licans voted i for Knowland's a-

mendment to continue the prohi

bition against barter with iron
Curtain countries. Voting a gainst

it were 35 Democrats and 19 Re

publicans. ,V;i

Knowland contended that remov

al of the prohibition Was "only

the opening skirmish" in a fight

over whether U.S. aid would be

extended to Iron Curtain countries

in an effort to woo them at least

partly away from Russia.

Dr. Sam Sheppard's
Lawyer Files Writ
01 Habeas Corpus

COLUMBUS, Ohio, April 3 (UP)
An attorney disclosed today he
plans to file a habeas corpus ac

tion seeking the release of Dr.!

samuei sneppara wno is serving
a life sentence for the murder of
his wife.
"Our right of direct appeal

through the courts is finished, but
we intend to raise the further
question of whether Dr. Sam got
a fair trial, attorney Arthur E.
Petersilge told the state Medical

Board during a hearing on Shep
card's medical license.

The seven-member board Indef

initely suspended Shappards 11

cense after hearing Petersilge

who appeared on Sheppard s be

Petersilge asked the board to
suspend the license rather than

revoke it because he said he was
considering further legal action on
Sheppard's behalf "in the next
two or three months."
The attorney maintained that
Sheppard did not get a fair trial
because of "adverse, derogatory,
untrue and misleading publicity
by newspapers, radio and tele


Sheppard was convicted of slay slaying
ing slaying his- wife, Marilyn, in July,










--.;.. -. M

'WASHINGTON i Chairman
ftithard B. Russell of the Senate

Arm Services committee rein

ing Sen. Joseph McCarthy's ob

jections to a promotion ior utn.
Ralpb W. Zvicker:
"There Is nothing In the record
to wsrrant tho Senate destroying
the life and record of a man whose
record has been outstanding."

DICKSON. Tenn., Haskell L.

Daniels, civilian Air Force em em-nlAifaa
nlAifaa em-nlAifaa at T.anclv Air Force Base,

Vs., on how he got out of a B-25

which exploded ana crasueu.

"I don't know if I was blown out
or juniped. I think maybe I was

blown out."

1LONDON Prime Minister
Harold Macmillan reporting to
priimnt on his recent talks

with President Eisenhower at Ber-

"It would bo absurd to suppose
thi in few days we could find

a solution of all the problems that

confront us."

NEW YORK Forxr Lo An-

..I., o.mhiinff czar and unaer

Z.aa m trset Mickey Cohen

on his talk with Evangelist JJUiy

Graham: i ...
t kn0h h was crazy. I told

hln. the only Billy Graham I ever

though, we became good- friends."

Aqa Khan Growing

Weaker Every Day,
Attendants Report

KXrv Trine Aoril 2 (UP)

The 80-year-old Aga Khan, one of

tha rirhMt men in me worm, u i"

poor physical condition and grow

ing weaxer oauy,
household said today.
iMHnti at the nalatial hill

side villa of the Moslem spiritual
leader aaid they were "greatly

disturbed" by the slow deteriora

tion of bis condition.

He is growing wesker from

day to day," they aaid, but be
remains lucid. He has suffered no
recent crisis, but is plagued by a
stubborn fever that developed as

a result of chronic bronchitis.


Sergeant Stabbed

To Death During

Fight With Wife

BAUMHOLDER. Germany. Apr.

3 (UP Sgt. Morris A. Smith, 25.

waa stabbed to death during a

quarrel with his wife, the U.S.
Army said today.

Mrs. Louise Smim, Z3, waa new

in Landstuhl Army Hospital for
psychiatric examination.
The Armv listed the couple's

home town as Nashville, Tenn.

A Tth Army

military police

American Legion
Youth Problems
How best -to fuide America's

ranidlr increasing youth popula

tion into a swiftly changing world

is the problem upon which the one
million women of the American

Legion Auxiliary are centering
their attention this month, accord according
ing according to Mrs. Frances Gilley, presi president
dent president of the American Legion Au Auxiliary,
xiliary, Auxiliary, department of Panama.
Anril is "Child Welfare Month"

on the Auxiliary's cslendar of

activities, when work for children
accomplished during the past
year is evaluated and plans made
for the work during the year a a-head.
head. a-head. Aid to children of war vet veterans
erans veterans is the Auxiliary's special in interest,
terest, interest, but since these now are
more than 50 per cent of all A A-merican
merican A-merican children, the organization
la also concerned with improving
conditions for all children.
"Supplying the immediate needs
of children of veterans in distress,
making sure they hsve adequate

fanri rlothintf and shelter, is an

endeavor to wnicn our aumuij
has devoted itself for many years"

Mr Cillev said. "But we nave

learhed through long pxpenence
that this is not enough; that chil children
dren children have mental, emotional and
spiritual needs which also must
be met if the youngsters are to

develop into sound capable a amis.

La Boca Council

To Hear Reports
Tomorrow Night
The La Boca civic council will
meet tomorrow night, to hear re reports
ports reports on matters taken up with of

ficials of the Canal Company-government
in- the interest of the com

munity. ;
A progress chart "on the organ organizing
izing organizing of the first aid instruction

class which will commence after
the lenten season will also be ex

plained at the meeting.
A abort movie will ring down
the curtain on tbe activities for the
evening. All residents are invited.
The meeting will be held at the
study hall and will start at 7:30
p.m. ... 1


ec-etary of State John Foster

uuiies denied today that Presi

dent Elsenhower ever gave Na

tionahst China a firm pledge to

aeiena yuemoy and Matsu Islands

against Communist attack.

: He also said flatly that he did

not suddenly withdraw an Amen

can offer to help build the 1.3 bil

lion dollar Aswan Dam in Egypt

to force "a showdown' with Rus

sia in the Middle East.

Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D-Minn)
proposed meantime that-Dulles be

summoned before the Senate For

eign Relations Committee to fur

ther clarify the matter. Chairman
Theodore F. Green (D-RI) said
Humphrey could bring up the

question at a Closed committee

meeting tomorrow.

Dulles' statements at his news

conference conflicted with points

in a friendly new biograahv of

ine secretary written Dy John R.
BeaL diplomatic correspondent

ior lime magazine, it is entitled

"John roster Dulles."
Letter To Chiang
The book says thst Mr. Eisen Eisen-"ner
"ner Eisen-"ner two years ago sent Chiang

Kai-shek a personal letter which
aiisned the Chinese Nationalist

leader "that the United States

would help defend Quemoy and

Matsu' if the Communists at

tacked the offshore islands.

The first question put to Dulles

was whether the United States

had given any such a guarantee.

ine secretary replied with a
flat no. He said this country's
only commitments in the Formo Formosa
sa Formosa area were those expressed in
a 1955 congressional resolution

calling for the defense of Formo

sa and the Pescadores Islands and

related areas when their defense

has a bearing on the security of

rormosa and the Pescadores.
Dulles then was asked whether

the President ever sent a secret
letter to Chiang on this issue. He

replied that he couldnt rule out
such a possibility since Mr. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower corresponds with the
heads of many countries.

No American Pledge
But Dulles said he was quite

confident there was no American

pledge which went beyond the

congressional resolution.

The Beal book said Dulles with withdrew
drew withdrew the U. S. offer to help build
the Aswan Dam last July to ex

pose "the shallow character of

Russia s foreign economic preten tions."
Beal said Dulles was ex executing
ecuting executing "a truly major gambit"
in cold war strategy.
When a reporter asked about the
matter, Dulles said he didn't care care-to
to care-to comment on an article about
himself. But he suggested he was
ready to discuss the Aswan Dam
controversy on the merits.
A reporter then asked If the
Aswan Dam aid was cancelled to

force "a showdown with Russia."

Dulles answered bluntly


He went on to list several rea- 1

sons for the action, including the
fact that the Senate Appropria Appropriations
tions Appropriations Committee had voted unani unanimously
mously unanimously to ban use of 1957 fiscal

year funds for the Nile : River ;


Dubious About Proef

Dulles said the United States

also had become very dubious.

about the project because It would
nave forced 10 to 15 years of aus

terity on Egypt. He said there was

a possibility the Egyptian people
might have blamed the United
States for these hardships.

Additionally, Dulles said Egypt
had been moving closer to the So Soviet
viet Soviet bloc and only a few days be before
fore before had recognized Red China.

Thus. Dulles said, it was Egypt

which forced the issue. He said

Egypt posed this question do na

tions playing both sides in the

East-West war get bettert reat

ment from the United States than

America's stalwart allies;.

Under all the circumstances.

Dulles said he felt his decision

was perfectly proper.

Inventor Of Sound

Motion Pictures
Dies In Berlin

BERLIN, APril 3 (UP) Joseph

Massolle, one of the inventors of
sound motion picture film, died in

Hohengatow hospital in West Ber Berlin
lin Berlin yesterday. He was 68. ;




fht BIO Ironing
aid In ffi llttl box


For the convenience of our cuttomera
we have installed a Switchboard


vfumishina St

urnaure cr aiome Cfumisnina Oiort

4th of July Ave. and "H" Street

1st Major Warship
For West Germany
Ex-U.S. Destroyer

West Germany's first major war warship
ship warship will be a former U. S. de destroyer,
stroyer, destroyer, the U.S.S. Anthony, which
won 10 battle start in tbe Pacific
in World War II.
The. Navy announced that the

chit mm in ih icr f)f ftf

spokesman, aaid Charleston, S. C, is expected to

received a call; be ready for its German crew and

from Mrs. Smith that she and ber

husband .were fighting. When (be
police arrived at the Smith borne

tbey found the sergeant dying of

new flag next Oct. 1.

The ship will be modernized m
line with decisions reached by
American and German naval of-

atab wounds. Mrs. Smith was in a ficers ia a series of meetings be-

aeig hbor's apart moot, 'icg held hero, y I


to miss

BIG 3'


"First Lady of Song" ia Person


One of tbe most accomplished and entertaining
keyboard artists in show basinets
- 7:00 p.m, and 9:00 pjn. V

; MON. and TUES.
' ; APRIL 8 and 9 '


PANAMA: Hotel EI Faaama. Central Theater fofpan
Motors Morrison's Tropeko Madnrlto JWB EUlboa
COLON: Madarlte Bazar Ingles Arena Colnan Motors
; t


i and Otlterwide

. Bij Staff en

Ctfmfmmh, fflmrriafU,
, Ji mff U mJ Lj uyLh
4 J J

7 AT" MORGAN ENTERTAINS Mrs. Charles E. (Pat) Morgan is shown with Mrs. Chester L.
Davidson, who Is here with her husband Dr. D avldson to attend the Second Inter-American
Medical Convention Mrs. Morgan entertained a group of visiting doctors at a dinner party
In the bohio of her lovelv gardens at Mlraflores. Tuesday night.

Dr. and Mrs. Carlos N. Brin are civinir a cocktail party
' tomorrow evening beginning at six o'clock at their home in
Golf Heights.
The honored guests will be the United States Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador to Panama and Mrs. Julian Fiske Harrington and the
J Peruvian Ambassador to Panama and Mrs. German Aram Aram-buru.
buru. Aram-buru. The Aramburus are expected to leave the Isthmus at
the end of the month.

Ambassador And Mrs. Vats
Entertain At Dinner Tonight
French Ambassador to Panama
and Mrs. Lionel Vasse will enter entertain
tain entertain at dinner tonight at the Em Embassy
bassy Embassy residence at La Cresta in
honor of Venezuelan Ambassador
and Airs. Esteban Cbalbeaud Car Car-dona
dona Car-dona who are leaying the Isthmus
soon for a vacation.
Canal Zone College Club
Honors Departing Member,
Mrs. W. Kenneth Newland
Members of the Canal Zone Col College
lege College Club met Monday afternoon
at the USO-JWB in Balboa to hon honor
or honor Mrs. Kenneth Newland,
one of the 'two' co-foundertof the
organization, who is scheduled to
leave the Isthmus earlvv n e x t
month to make her home In Spring
field, Mo.
A certificate granting Mrs. New-
land honorary fife membership in
the club was presented by the i
president, Mrs. John R. Hammond,
Jr. Mrs. Newland spoke briefly of
her nride in the group for its
steady growth and' for the work
that is being accomplished.
On yoyr
Wt don't "Make" them.
Western $ 0.60
Hot Turkey .... 1.75

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Economize and win $1000 monthly
by buying the 5 lb. Size.
Next drawing o( our
v$1000 Monthly prize, April 7

Birth, Pmt

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mm Pm 3-0740 2-0741
Tea was served from a table at attractively
tractively attractively decorated with yellow
flowers on a spring green cloth.
During the tea, Mrs. Joseph Koz Koz-losky
losky Koz-losky played several Chopin piano
A short busines meeting follow followed
ed followed the tea at which officers for
the coming year were elected
Chosen U serve were: Mrs. Fred
Gerhardt, president; Mrs. John C.
L. Adams, 1st. Vice president;
Mrs Walter A. Dryja, 2nd, Vice Vice-president;
president; Vice-president; Recording Secretary,
Mrs. D. J. Paolucci; Correspond Corresponding
ing Corresponding Secretary, Miss Lois Morgan
and Treasurer, Mrs. Harold Fee Fee-ney2'
ney2' Fee-ney2' V.. 3
The Club is to lose two other
members due to retirement this
spring. They are Miss Mary
Grace MacDonald and Mrs. Her Herbert
bert Herbert Bathmann neither of wiom
were able to be present at Mon-
day's meeting
The Subrt Tu'byfilli
Tender Cocktail Party
Mr. and Mrs. Subert Turbyfill
of Diablo Heights were hosts Fri-
day evening at a cocktail party
nor driva to Tocamaa try
W. CREATE thtm
Club $1.00
Tocumen Special 1.50

Fl : V .i i' If I


J 10 .. mlf.
held at the Fort Amador Officers
Open Mess. Approximately 120
guests attended the affair.
Tuesday Bridge Club
Honors Mrs. Falk
The Tuesday Bridge Club held
) a luncheon-brige despedida yester
day in the Garden Room of tne
Tivoli Guest House in honor of
Mrs. Henry E. Falk of Diablo
Heights who is leaving the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus next month to make her
home in St. Petenburgh, Fla.
Mrs. Falk was presented with a
large Swedish crystal ashtray as
a farewell remembrance from her
fellow bridge players,
Capt. And Mrs. Bach
Leave On Motor Tour
Capt. and Mrs. Harry L! Bach
of Balboa left yesterday afternoon
on an automobile tour through the
Interior of Panama. They expect
to be away from the Canal Zone
approximately a week.
Navy Wives' Club v V v.
Give. MentWr Binge,,! iUi's
Per Gorges -Paflnati ;
?Tbe WUma Miles Navy Wives'
Club gave their monthly .bingo
party recently for the patients at
Gorgas Hospital at tne Ked Cross
recreation room. Prizes consisted
of cigarettes and toilet articles.
Winners were SgU. Thomas J.
Snead and James C. Allen. SP3.
William Rush and Charles H.
Rawlings, Cpl Donald F. Booth,
Pvt. Claude D. Hartfield, Jr., Pvt
Edward Whitten, t Pfcs Roy H.
Sutherland. JomdIi G Malone. Ree
t a.hiw n.:.A.
The committee for the month
niAm OAmnncri rf lift A lif a Vol I
ler, Mrs. Margaret Lemaster and
Mrs. Mary Carlile.
Guatemalan Ambassador
Arrives In Panama
The-new Ambassador of Guate
mala to Panama. Manuel Orella-
na Cardona, baa arrived on the
Isthmus to assume his official du duties
ties duties here.
Mr. And Mrs. Arturo' Mott
Entertain Dr. Shanbrem
Mr ini Mrs Arttirn Mntt i
tered a cocktail party last ev-l
nlng at their home in El Cangre-
jo in honor ol Or. tdward knan-
brom who is in Panama attending
ine &econa laier-Amencan jnccu jnccu-csl
csl jnccu-csl Convention.
Dr. Shanbrom, formerly on the
staff of Gorgss Hospital, now is
associated who tne city of Hope
i in Duarte, Cal.
Teen-Age Party
Held At Claytos
Michael Cluver, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry J. ouver of tort
Clayton, entertained 100 teen-age
friends last Friday at an outdoor,
party and dance held at the Clu-
Ivers' quarters.- Michael's Hi
provided music for dancing.
0itetL 1
if you are invited te an affair
to meet a guest of honor, be
sure to spend part of your time
talking to him or her.
Also, be awr U say geodby to
the raest of honor as well as te
Prevent KzztfZssh
mi tic At 10 fowl it


.. Each eetice far teclution in this
colwna sheM : ae .cuemittaa ta
tyae-wriHea form m4 mailed ee
the boa eHuiber Kited daily in 'So-'
iaf and Otherwise," er- delivered
v bsd to, the off ice,. Notice of
Meetings cannot be accepted by
telephone. , y
Military Engineers
Will Meet Monday
AtFt. Clayton Club
The April meeting df the Canal
Zone .Post, Society of : American
Military Engineers, will be held
next Monday evening, at the Fort
Clayton officers' Club. A social
hour on the adjacent tennis court
area will be held at S p.m., 'fol
lowed by a barbecue supper at 7
p.m., also in the tennis court a a-rea.
rea. a-rea. '
After the barbecue, the group
will assemble inside the building
and Col. P. S. Peca, commanding
ouicer Goth AAA Group, will talk
on "Guided Missiles, Unclassfied."
Sport shorts may be worn. Res
ervations may be made with Lt.
led Saunders, wavy 333r-or Mr.
St. Luke's Morning
Guild Meets Friday
The Morning Gaud of the Came
dral of St. Luke will hold Its
monthly meeting on Friday at the
Bishon s House in Ancon at 9 a.m.
Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson will re
view the book. "Christian .Forgive
ness." '
Cristobal Stewards
Ceuncil Maatina '
The Cristobal Stewards Councu
will hold special meeting tomor
row evening at 7:30. Reports wui
be given by the chairman of Lo Local
cal Local 900, Harold Rerrie. All Stew Stewards
ards Stewards are requested to attend the
meeting and to bring another
Guild ef Organists
To MeeT On Monday
The Isthmian Chapter, Ameri American
can American Guild, of Organists, will meet
next Mondaxs4at the Redeemer

Ell .f S21 b ib v2 mi I WASHINGTON, April 3 (UP)
liiL'CJW Undersecretary of State
fa! rfTS'SSS'110 D- Murphy said today the

FoUowmg. the meeting, social
7 . .. ....
hour will be held at the home -of
.'Mrs. William E. Kirkland, 235A
n...An C T)alKii tiifnaT'orl ltittv
VnCU ejle Xa w cj -v """"'V
in back Of the' Lutheran Church.
All organists and. choir directors
are invited to attend the meeting.
Paralso Mutual Aid Club will
i hold Its annual election of offi
cers tomorrow at 7 p.m.
The meeting wil'. take place In
house 113, Apt D In Paralso.
m .'-"-' '''" "i
Sen. Ervia Dravs VJ
Another Biblical
Quoie Al
J. Ervin Jr. (D-NC), who cited
Adam and Eve to Dave Beck,
rew on another biblical allusion
Monday to disnute Sen. Joseph
M. McCarthy's pe
M. McCarthy's perjury charge
lnst general.
Ervin told the Senate there was
conflict of testimony between
the general, Maj. Gen. Ralph W.
Zwicker, and two former em employes
ployes employes of a Senate subcommittee,
as McCarthy claimed.
But the former North .Carolina
iurist said his experiences in lis
tening to witnesses convinced mm
there was often "a good deal of
inaccuracy in ineir woras, ana
room for an "honest mistake." To
illustrate, he quoted four different
versions by Christ's disciples of
what was inscribed on the Cross:
Matthew: 'This is Jesus, king
l Jew-
"The king of the Jews."

Tms is tne sing ot tne r .sociated Press and Internation Internation-a
a Internation-a New Service. The committee

John: "Jesus of Nazareth, the
king of the Jews."
Ervin had referred to Adam
and Eve when Beck, president of
the Teamsters Union, was testify.
ing before the benate Rackets
Committee. Beck insisted repeat
edly be took refuge-in the Fifth
Amendment Because he bad been
'advised to do serby.rmy eminent
caunsei. ex-aen. wames umx.
. Ervin commented caustically
Fi-Im AJam bad tried t blame his
u oa aomeooay eise a woman.
Conlinenfal Army
Command General
VIrils Canal Zone
iaj. -oen. uuver r.- rewman.
r .
G-J, Continental Army Command V
was scheduled to arrive at Tocut4
men Airport this afternoon to
spend six days in the command
visiting training installations.
Newman will be met at the air airport
port airport by Brig. Gen. Louis V. Hum-
tower, deputy commanding gener general,
al, general, V. S. Army Caribbean, and on
his first day in the command he
will receive a command briefing
ty the Chief of Staff and 0-3.
Tomorrow and Friday. Newman
will travel by helicopter from Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Air Force Base to Fort Sber
man on the Atlantic side where
be will be briefed on the operation
of the June'.-! Warfare Training
Center and inspect paratroopers
of the 2nd Battalion Combat Team.
325th Airborne Infantry, who are
nderroinf lungle. training hi Ex
ercise Rio Sehra at the Tenter.
Rio SeJva is a Continental Army
Command directed exericse; -
On Friday afternoon the g merel
will also visit the USARCanb
School and following a briefing oa
the operation of the school he will
tour it's facilities.
He is scheduled to depart the

A DESPEDIDA TOAST In honor of Alberto Obarrio, outgoing Biftna.ger of the President Remon Racetrack, was enjoyed sun--day
at the Jockey Club. Seated left to right are Mrs. Carmen Obarrio,' Mrs. Ryah Obarrio, Mrs. Arlene Raymond, Mrs. Rositai
Martlnz, Mft. Dolores Jaen Guardia and Mrs. Connie Gerrans.v Standing from left to right, are: Rufly Obarrio, Alberto Obar.
rio, pewly named Panama Ambassador to Peru, Jorge Endara, Dr. Carlos Brin and Dr. Frank Raymond. i

Trips Of US Newsmen To China
Outlawed Til Prisioners Free

i?minn nr nprmminp' ij.a. new

iH"" -!,. ... in-..rf.m- jcnnA-Yrut -'..vt

,"JrT t.- i..m
. l : i i j :
f" -" r--
"To do so might well destroy
Jheir last chance for freedom and
ould most certainly oe giving W
n to a form of blackmail," he
yielded to
If the United States yielded to
uch biackmau, ne toia me aenaie
oreign iteiauons commiuee, its
ntUCommunist leadership "would
li seriously undermined."
"tt would be mo
-j ayfra
most difficult for
many of whom
cart on our
strength, to stand unafraid and

1 nflinching before the Communist 1 asmon It might be willing to per per-hreat,"
hreat," per-hreat," Murphy said. ' Ht something other than "a cul

Disagreed With Stand
Some members of the commit commit-ee,
ee, commit-ee, which is considering the over overall
all overall nuostinn nf tinsiinort rpstrir-
s tni on travel abroad, disagreed
harply with Murphy's stand.
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-
linn) called it "a nonsensical!
rgument that cannot be vali vali-ated."
ated." vali-ated." Sen. J. Wlliam Fulbright
D-Ark) said "it seems a little like
iting our nose to spite our face"'
mice u.o. lepuiieis icteiu
efied the travel ban to visit Red
Ihina. One of them, William
Vorthy of the Baltimore Afro
m erica n, was denied a passport
renewal Aionaay.
Worthy said today' he would an
eal the decision. He accused the
tate Department of "pre judging
j y intentions" in saying he might
ot observe geographical liraita-
ions placed on a new passport.
Call Press Representatives
Humphry- suggested Worthy
nd the her two newsmen be
r to testify along with rep-
Natives of the Unifod Prs.
"'ill meet tomorrow to consider
be proposal.
Murphy denied Worthy's charge
bf .the State Department brought
rtiure the Columbia Broad Broad-asting
asting Broad-asting S."",m in an effort to keep
t from using pictures and reports
y Worthy on his Red China trip,
VThere was no pressure put oni.

ne ias,- aiurpny said, we, oiai o Darter with the Tito govern govern-nake
nake govern-nake an inquiry ... a simple in-1 ent. Benson has taken the post post-niry;
niry; post-niry; no pressure." 1 m that the United States must

Murphy noted that Red China fight for its share of world mar mar-till
till mar-till was holding eight Americanists.
risoners in violation of the Gen-i '
va agreement to release them. Senate GOP Leader William F.

1 said the Communists now 'an-l
pirently have the idea of trading f
ttnuirs gauui concessions- on our
art.7 i
However, he said, "if a formula
arr be found to permit, coverage
conditions there without affect-
,g American Uves and indulging
. .
ill nirm in IDDCJ
i.u: -
o a iui ui vi appeasemem vy
r.i. 3-- W
1 reheved i
Matter Under Study k
Secretary of State John- Foster
ulles,told a news conference

- V Allies
3 H I t : iM Mt j


' a-
5ay the matter still .was under
i tudy. But he said he could ; not
orecast any 'change of yohtf at
aeiiuLH neuuuiirnn usHtit-.r vii
1 i u .1 KnMjw:i:.i.
Services tp open bureaus irt Red
China as representatives ail
merican' news mediae 1 V
I eatures" that Dulles has been
considering. But he said, "I don't
niutiuf luov-M uuo. ui uk
considering. But he said, "I don't

uueve ne nas come up wiui any.jjry ion a 'full investigation

Knowland said the newsmen
f iould have assurances under any
sicn agreement mat tney would
na awe to function rreeiy. jHe said
t tat u tne i'eiDing regime fls fso
I nxious to acquire prestige-In this
ural Cook's tour.
Humpnrey and Fulbright sug-
ested tnat the presence of U. S.
ewsmen in Red China might en
ble this government to learn
something for nothing.
Benson To Barter
US Farm Surpluses
To Red Satellites
iriculture Secretary Ezra T.

enson said today he will barter' Th"1 tgi ?m- a T
J.S. farm surpluses to RussUn,1,med ttrt u WM

atellite nations for strategic ma
erials if Congress kills the cur
ent ban on such deals.
The Senate passed repeal legis
ation yesterday and sent it to the
House. The bill
' 1 w TUL u""on
tu... a. I. : lit 1
fi-i." ifi'" tsur5,u?cs
7 ""J-JJ,
1 'reiSn currencies,
. ji.H ijibt ui sum auruau lor
Benson told a news conferene
hat if the bill is approved by the
louse the Agriculture Depart Department
ment Department "certainly" will make bar
er deals with Poland and Czecho-
lovakia and "possibly" with Hun-
He also mentioned Yugoslavia.
t it it was pointed out that the
epartment already has authority
nowland led an unsuccessful at
mpt to continue the ban on bar-
er deals with satellite nations
le contended removal of the ban
-ould be the opening wedge to
.S. aid to the Communist coun-
nes. His proposal lost 54 to 23.
Agriculture Department officials
aid Iron Curtain countries want
i : ..
.in in th.J T,d the
ain In rettm .they f f
t:gic materials, possibly shipping
imber or coal to Western Europe
to-for metals to be sent here.


Grand Jury To Investigate Death
Of Diabetic WhSle Dad Was Inall

. :
death of a young diabetic woman
who died while her,-; father was
jailed for drunkenness with her
insulin m ma pocket..
57. testified at a coroner's hear-
jig Monday night ; that he asked
jauers to take the drug to his
daughter, but he said they laughed
at mm
Coroner Marvin Ravmer said
his jury' listened to the testimony
ui ii witnesses, ana recommenaea
tiat the. case-be referred to the
Hay 'term' of IredU County grand
Jlay term of IredU County grand
He said, the jury "took the atti
tude that all three, Lowe,' the po pole
le pole department and the? sheriff's
department were involved' and de-
cided to let ,he grand iury act 01
fuiftner InvestiiaUoh.'5 1
Lowe testified that the "'insulin
was taken from him after he was
placed in a Jail cell at 10- a.m
Saturday, March 18. i
He said the lailer took the drug
irom mm after he was in the cell.
I reached in my Docket and
pulled out the box of insulin and
told him I had a sick baby at
home and to see if he coul dget
it to her," Lowe said.
He said "the officer turned
around and said Tia, ha'."
Jailer Robert Benfield testified,
however, that the insulin was tak
en from Lowe along with his oth other
er other belongings before he was
placed in the cell. He said he
tried to (intact Lowe's family but
,!; ?id av! "e
L" "; r k" "j
Lowe te stifled he came to
Statesville with his son to get the
drug. He said he drank one large
can of beer and a oint of wine.
fdI 5 V
' m A'Acm ui gum Uie
charge March 23 and was fined.
i v
I with a pair of trick spectacles,
' Ralph Santos, Washing ton, D.C,
TV cameraman, takes a turn in
front of the lens. The specs are
weird enough st Krst sight (top)
but when Ralph turns on his
"xoomar" lens (bottom), be
. really makes folks jump.

STATESVIHE,.;N.C., (UP)-A Tbeyoung woman, Amy Lowe, Lowe,-grand
grand Lowe,-grand jury tvIII investigate the '22.: died at 11:35 n.mB the dav


i .. a
Lowe was arrested. She-had re-1
ceived her first insilin in four
days at ? p.m hut a doctor laid
in was too late.
House Kills Bill :
To Raise Inlorcsl
WASHINGTON. Aorn s rtrpV
Tha Hnma Veteri
today killed an-administration bill
to raise the interest rate on GI
home loans to five, per cent. ;
- The 1 l-to-5 vote m a rked .th e
second'-timethis year the com-
mittee had rejected the proposaL
Today's action nermanentlv hur ?
ied it for-.this session of Congress 'j.
xnaers are now? permitted to i
charge no more than 4V oer cent
interest on government insured

mortgages for veterans housing. ?

As a result, many lenders are'.'
shunning the GI housing program
and niittinir tho!i funH. i
vestments which provide a higher
The administration asked Con.
gress to bring the GI rate into
line with the five, per cent interest
now permitted on loans insured"
by the federal Houcinv Adminia.
According to testimonv eln ta

the committee, veterans in many

areas must pay "discounts" to
lenders to obtain GI loans. -The
committee' last month-re-'
himaA A Iti.kiil. kw k. 1 i.
w uiuuue uiq Auncr iQieresc
proposal in a bill to make it easier

ior veterans m rural areas to. get
direct eovernm ent hnma ln m

An effort was made' to amend
ma measure 00 the House floor
to include the proposal but lost
ior parliamentary reasons. Sup."
porters of the proposal then intro introduced
duced introduced separate legislaUon. This
was -rejected by the committee
today. ';v ; :

Another move is now underway
to giye veterans special prefer- i
ence In buying FHA-insured houst
ing. Under this proposal, already
approved by a House Banking
subcommittee, the FHA program -would
be revamped to allow vet-
ersns special low down payments.
The proposal was included in an
Omnibus housing bill which: the
full Banking Committee will con-
sider tomorrow. : .


tion of Charles Bohlen. pres present
ent present VS. ambassador to Russia,
as our envoy to the Philippinea
ws rreeted with pleasure by
the Philippine foreign office.
Naming a ansa of BohJen's rep reputation
utation reputation is felt to be Wahing Wahing-soo's
soo's Wahing-soo's response to an old Filipino
complaint that the edx.irirtre edx.irirtre-tion
tion edx.irirtre-tion pays more attention to
Asian "neutralist" rations than
Jo proven ales f the VS.

command April i.

'Social, and, J lit

Pravda Charges US
Hydrogen 'Power For Peace :
Foreseeable In Far Future
(Continue J

Ecuadorian Ambassador. 1 ..

Family Visit Panama
I The new Ambassador of. Eeua'
Hnr tn Mexico. Br. Kuperto Alar
Eon Falconi, accompanied by, Mrs,
ftlarcon and their daugnters, vr.
ftien and. Teresa, visited Panama
City briefly en route f to Mexico
White fceren they were entertain
ed by the Ambassador of Ecuador
lo Panama, 'Dr. Jugo Moncayo,
land Mrs. Moncayo. .. i
! lancer -Socialist to Speak
n Margarita Tonight
Dr. Joseph W. Kelso, Professor
f Gynecology at the University of
Laahoma, who is on -the Isthmus
Jfor the Medical Convention which
bpens today in Panama, .City, will
laddress all Atlantic Siders, this
levelling "at 'i:it i::.l-ga-i
Iciubhnuse. Pictures anfi slides will
be shown to illustrate Dr. Kelso's
talk and he will answer any ques questions
tions questions asked following his address.
All residents on the Atlantic
Side are. ureed to attend this eve-
Sung to hear this oustanding spe
cialist in the. Held ot cancer aeiec aeiec-ftioh
ftioh aeiec-ftioh and treatment, This meeting'
Hs for adults only, children villi
not be admitted. ; ; .':r :

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SELF-SERVICE Brigv Oen. Louis V. Hightower, foreground,
deputy commanding general, ,U. S. Army Caribbean, looks over
some of the 1600 different Items stocked by the new self-service
supply center located at Coroeal which was formally open.,
ed Monday morning, April 1. In. the background Colonel. W.
R. Seymour, center, USARCARIB Quartermaster, explains how
the supply center will operate to Colonel L. D. Farnsworth, Jr.,
r. v .Q-4, USARCARIB. (U.S. Army Photo) u, i;
.r; n-w vy ';'' -i ,u,l(,.-.s r ;i .V' .:;t

Self -Service Supply Center
Opened for Army at Corozal

The second command sell-
ervlce suddIv center to be In
tailed in the Panama area of
UJS. Caribbean was officially
opened Monday when Brig. Gen.
Louis V. Hightower, deputy com
manding general, U.8. Army ca
nbbean, cut the ribbon across
tbe doorway of the modern su
ner-market" '
,, The center Is boused in Build
ing number 712, Corozal. v
The. first command seli-serv-
fce supply center .was opened
Ex-Ging$lqr Cohen;
Amicus To Embrace
Chrislmn Teaching
NEW YORK (UP) Mickey
Cohen, erstwhile Los Angeles
gambling czar and underworld
target, held a five-hour- prayer
meeting and talk Monday with
evangelist Billy Graham In Co-
ben's Waldorf-Astoria suite.
It was th dapper Cohen's first
trip here since be got out of pris
on in 1355. and tie saw be made
f it to see his old friend, Graham.
"I am very high on the Chris Christian
tian Christian way of. Me," said Cohen,
now a respectable and weatlhy

y greenhouse operator. "I wish I

could lead the kind of life Billy
Cohen said he met Graham tn
1949. About their spiritual conver conversation
sation conversation in the Waldorf, Cohen said:
"Billy cams up and before we
bid food be said what do you
call it, that. thing they say before
the food grace, yeah grace. Then
we talked a lot about Christianity
and stuff. He stayed four or five
hours. Ia fact be was almost late

'-for his plane."
f rnl.. Hunt .TmA fntl.

years in prison on a federal
charge of evading some $150,000
In taxes, said be met Graham!
through Jim Vaus, whom Cohei
once employed to keep his tele telephone
phone telephone lines free of wiretaps.
fihn. who hai bem shot at

at least nine times, and once was
the target of a bombing attack,
' nid he was raised in a Jewish
J family "but I was never very re-
r"B.;iy said he has it In his heart
sod knoirs for mre that I ill be
a Chns'!an." Bat I'm not sure. I
ion't know."
i '"

Rosary Altar Society
Imtalli Now Officers

At the new business portion of
the meeting of the Rosary Altar
Society of Holy Family Church on
Monday evening, tne new otucers
for the ensuing year were install installed
ed installed in a solemn ceremony in the
r.hurrh attended by Rev. Father
James J, Murphy, C.CM., Spiritual
Director. ; w;-; xfZ';
" The outgoing officers: Mrs. Dor
othy Ramsey, Mrs, Louise Alien,
Mrs. image garrison ana .mrs. ouu
Rim.hart.the latter who was un-
ahi to attend, then turned : the
meeting over to the incoming offi officers
cers officers who are: Mrs. Gena Fields,
presiHenti1: Mrs. Mary Brzezmski,
vice-president; Mrs. Martha Heit
kamp, acting secretary, in the ab absence
sence absence of iMrsi Cecile Marceau,
vhoaa on vaction; and Mrs. Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Aamsey. treasurer. In a d d i-
tion to those mentioned aoove, the
following members ,were present:
- Mesdames; 'S; D. Aycock,' Ber Ber-tile
tile Ber-tile Casanova, Marie Dunn, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Martin Ethel Nicket, Edna
O'Donnell Millie Reccia. Ruth Tur
ner,: Marian yoasoni ana guests
were Mrs. Edna juonanue, Mrs.
Claire Dorswitt and Mrs. Dolores
Synak. Hostesses lor me evening
were Mrs. Margaret Martlfl and
Mrs. Mary Brezezinskl,
Feb; 25 at Fort Gullck: A pilot
center had been in operation at
Fort Davis since Sept. 1, 1956'
. Prior to the ribbon cutting
ceremony brief addresses were
given toy Hightower; Col. L. D.
Farnsworth, Jr, G-4, USARCA USARCARIB;
RIB; USARCARIB; and Col. W. R. Seymour,
Quartermaster, USARCARIB.
Farnsworth said, "The open open-ins;
ins; open-ins; of this supply center will
eliminate 9000 documents an annually
nually annually at a savings of approxi approximately
mately approximately $7000 per month on the
Pacific side." . 1
Expendable supplies of all the
technical services are nut under
one root in supply centers oi
this tvie. '
The center is stocked with
over 1600 different items indud
ln(f Quartermaster, Ordnance,
Signal, Engineer, Medical and
Chemical supplies. Unit supply
representatives may "purchase"
day to day requirements as and
when needed. j
The center also stocks AG
blank forms which are issued
free of charge on a need to have
oasis.- .-..-
Under the self -service setup,
eacn unit is granted a money
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THE TROMBQNE SECTION, of the Balboa High School Symphonic Band stands to play "Black
Jack" march. Guest conductor, Ossie Jorstad, will wield the baton when the band plays, this
selection 1 Thursday nlffht, In tJie Balboa lower gymnasium.. The ,. annual B. H. S. sprlnu con con-cert
cert con-cert will begin at 8 o'clock. v 1 i- -.,.' ,k


GREASED BOA Exnlorer Scout Eugene Bur ch.

boa constrictor to full length

Eugene represented the. Fort Clayton Explorer Post No,
the Balboa Post No. 3 to manhandle and stretch out a

Scout News

Girl Scouts Take
U-Mila Hike .
. fioninr Girl Scout TroOO 88 Of
Cristobal under ,the leadership of
Mrs. Linda Cox,' took a 15-mile
Locks to Fort San Lorenzo.
Thiv started at 8:20 a.m. from
the locks ; and reached Fort San
Lorenzo at 2 p.m. The following
scouts took the hike: Beth Bial-
ifnwski. Eileen Cox. Katmeen cox,
Darien Dietz, Carol Flenniken, Ka
tie O'Brien,' Jean Seaman, ana
Mary Lou Washabaugh.
Explorer scouts wrestled with a
freshly caught greased boa con constrictor
strictor constrictor Saturday afternoon as one
of the events of tbe Fort Clayton
Youth Field Day.
Boys of Fort- Clayton's explor
er Post No. 17 accepted a chal challenge
lenge challenge from Post No. 3 of Balboa
to manhandle and stretch out the
boa against time.
Explorer Advisers sre. wair
r L. Hareourt of Clayton, and
Wesley H. Tewnsand of Balboa
had the fob ef grMting the
snake before' It was dumped en
the mat in the Clayton gymna gymnasium,
sium, gymnasium, ready. o go. An estimate

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in 50 seconds during-' a
ed 300 people watched the sen sen-test.
test. sen-test. -1
A three-boy team from Post No
3,: was the first to take on the
boa in the initial match at 1:30
p.m. John-Turner, 14 Ralph Per Perkins
kins Perkins 15, and Frank Townsend, 16,
tensely eyed the snake then seis seised'
ed' seised' him and unkinked him like
a garden hose despite his strug
gles in 45 seconds. Turner had to
hold the reptile's head firmly to
keep him from striking. : .,
Judson Grubbs, 17, Eugene
Bruch, 16, and Charles Wommack i
17, of, the Clayton post, succeed succeeded
ed succeeded in mastering, the greased boa
in 30 seconds.
Next, two boys from each team
took turns. The tied in 40 seconds
each in untwisting the snake as
it desperately .tried to re-coil it itself.
self. itself. :-j i"
Then John 'Turner ef Balboa
triad the snake alone. The Strug i
gle forced Turner te one knee
but he managed te straighten (
out the bee In 30 seconds. Eu
etna Burch had mere trouble
keeping the elicit anake In hand,
and finally held him eut at full
length in SO seconds.
.On the .basis of all three match-

Clayion,: stretches out. treased.

xoutn ne;a tay at Fonuiayton.,
17 which accepted a ehallenee, from
boa. against timv v
(U-S. Army Photo)

u.:na uors invites
UP Pholog Sawyer
To Visit Her Home
- LONDON (UPH fight with Di
ana Dors' husband in Hollywood

Bl ,wr. wua uuubu .c. nmbieby told, how "years of
tographer 'Stewart Sawyer, an in- practice. wer, needed v
vitation to visit the sbapelr blonde spaghetti aU the same length
tressher country home at, V BBC (ipokesman safd hun hun-Maidenhead
Maidenhead hun-Maidenhead on; the Thames to-flreds oI vieweri Cllled up ,ft
fav rf V; , ;; program, anxious to explain
t The two bad -i -iiirprlse'inegi!- F0W5,n i'-

on British television's "This Is L"- ft V'Vff'Z
Your Life"; program Monday ,4!t!L V' fll.., e Jk st
night. The British. BroadcasUng" Jf,, t0 work out notller

Co.-flew Sawyer from Hollywood.
to take part in the program based
on Miss-Dors' life.
Sawyer' went' to a hospital' last
yesr after- the '.fight with Miss
Dors' husband, Dennis Hamilton.
It occurred in an incident in which
she and her husband both: were
pushedv into a swimming pool
Sawyer denied that he -pushed
them, and Miss Dors said Monday
night she believed him. -v
es, Balboa Was Judged the winner
of the first contest.
In the second contest at 3 p.m
Fort Clayton won as the boys a
gain demonstrated their ..courage
in wrestling tbe repuie. ; :

MOSCOW. April 3 (UP) -.' The

Soviet government today stepped
up an all-out diplomatic offensive
aimed at discrediting the United
States' worldwide i 'position 's of
stremrth" nolicv. '- ';
A pravda editorial charged that
U.S. : adherence ; to the Baghdad
Pact military committee was
aimed. at "aggressive action
against the,, independence of the
Middle East countries .add world
peaceu :;i, ri:.r;,4tA44:
The article summed un a 10-dav
flurry of official Soviet statements
ana notes that gave evidence of
a sharp deterioration In the inter
national- situaUon.-;:.;?:1&::;'l'rii'-
The official Communist party
newspaper charged the t-United
States "inttnds .to brim? pressure
to bear on Egypt, Syria and other
Arab countries once again in or
der to make them comply with
Western demands."
It said the State Department
was organizing a new African der
partment and extending its diplo
matic service, in'. Africa, while
U. S. military officials were "con
sidering -1 h e location of new
American' bases on the African
continent. j&f. ';;;-::;i;;: it&K''
Pravda eh t g e d the United
States was trying to usurp the
previous Anglo-French position of
aominance oi colonial areas and
to seize vast African areas. t ;
The Soviet government, accord
ing to the newspaper, stands
ready to counter U.S. moves with
offers of trade and technical aid
ot the Middle East, Africa and
Asia "without any political condf-
uons ana on the basis of equality
and mutual advantage."
' The series of Soviet attacks un
derlined the radical change in the
international- picture since 'last
summer, when prospects fof clos closer
er closer East-West relations appeared
better than at any time since the
Geneva summit conference in
Hungary and the MuMl rt
crisis spelled the turning point in
revival or tne cold war.
Staid BBC Shocks
Audience Wilh Show
On Spaghetti Harvest
LONDON (UPV Englishmen
cant believe, their, ifairi nntuh
Broadcasting Corn, had a sense
of humor. ,. ;
The BBC showed an Anrll TnnVm
Day film depicting Italian and
Swiss pessant "hsrvesting" spa spaghetti
ghetti spaghetti from treeg and laying it. in
tie sun te dryv
"The excentlonaTlv mild winter
tills year has brought about a fine
crop' oi spaghetti." intoned co-
Jientator Richard Dimblebv.
'There is alwsvs the chance that
f-ost may ruin the crop, and of
course the spaghetti weevil la
constant menace." y
Reds Will Erect
TV Center $oon
In Polar Region
LONDON, April 3 (UP) -Russia
plans television transmission in
the polar .regions, Radio -Moscow
A broadcast said a TV center
would be erected near the Siber Siberian
ian Siberian port of Murmansk to service
the Murmansk area and the more
remote towns of the polar regions.
Transmission will start at the
end of the year, the radio said.
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are striving to build invisible walls
mighty enough to hold an artifi
cial star twice as hot as the sun.
If they succeed, man's constant
ly growing demand for power will
for all practical purposes be
torever appeased, v
That briefly,. is the story of
Project Sherwood,- the Atomic En Energy
ergy Energy 's Commission's i multimillion multimillion-dollar
dollar multimillion-dollar research quest for a way. to
harness the H-bomb's fusion reac
tions tor peacetime power. 4 L"-
AsVAEC Chairman-; L e w 1 s; K.
Strauss told reporters al ; a news
conference ; Monday, :"Power -from
fission (the A-bomb f reaction) ; is
here today a constantly exoahd-
m reauiy. rower, irom lusion is
a hope of the future the some
what; distant future."
Ai-:,"-floteS' Progress
B ut '''encouraging progress Is
being made and certain discover discoveries
ies discoveries are narrowing our approach to
the major scientific problems in
volved" in controlling hydrogen
power and making it a servant of
The sun and stars continually
manufacture power from fusion in
amounts too enormous for the av
erage mind to grasp. Strauss said
he is "more confident thai) ever"
that man can do it too though the
difficulties are great.
In man's case, the container for
a fusion power reactor cannot be
of any material substance. At the
temperatures involved, a material
container would flash instantly
and violently into vapor.
So, lacking the gravitational
forces which hold superheated
gases together at the sun s center,
man must fashion a container of
another kind.
As an approach to doing that,
scientists have thought up the
"stellarator," otherwise known as
a "magnetic bottle." It is a device
for holding hot electrified gases
together in r non-material walls of
sheer magnetic force.
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long enough for several mil-
liontbs of a second, at least for
them to fuse and liberate power in
the form of electrical current.
The sun's fuel is ordinary hydro
gen. It fuses hydrogen nuclei to

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enough to hold the reacting nuclei
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Cardinal Star Slashes
iFivie Consecutive Hits

" ; ,' ; By .TIM MORIARTY
5 NEW YORK, April 3 (UP) Manager Fre
Hutchinson of the St. Louis Cardinals isn't kidding
wlieri he claims Stan Musial "is like good whisky
J;he gets hetter the longer he's around."

Now 36 years old and ap

proaching his 16th season witn
the Redbirds, Musial no longer
has the "kick" of aged-in-the-wood
giggle Juice but he still
gives most pitchers a hangover.
The veteran outfielder had a
perfect five-for-five day at bat
yesterday, stroking out tour sin singles
gles singles and a homer as the Cardinals-downed
the Cincinnati Red Red-legs,
legs, Red-legs, 9-2, to complete a sweep of
their three-game spring series.
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Musial, wno receuuy aiaieu ue

Braves down Atlanta, 8-5, yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Warren Spahn went
the route for Milwaukee, al although
though although he was- touched for 10
hits, including four homers.
Elsewhere around the spring
training camps:
The Philadelphia Phillies reg registered
istered registered their 10th victory in. 11
game with American League
teams by downing the Chicago
White Sox, 4-2; the Washington

Senators optioned outfielder

Former CZ Sludcnl
To Participate In
Calif Rifle Shoot
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Don Keller, a 17-year-old student

at Alhambra High bchooi, will re
present his school at the State Ri Rifle
fle Rifle Shoot at Sacramento on Satur


Carlos Paula to Minneapolic be

for another two years because "I fore breaking camp at Orlando,
till feel r can go out there and Fla.; the Cleveland Indians ral ral-do
do ral-do a good lob," would like to hit Ued t( down ne New York Gl Gl-around
around Gl-around J30 this year. He's bat- ants, ll-i, and Gene Baker's
ting well above that figure this 12th inning hon2e e,afned

SDnnar. collectim? 21 hits in 40 w"'Bu vuuo i-u vm-wij uvci

at bats for a .456 mark

lo yesterday's batfest against
the Redlegs at Tampa, Fla., Mu Musial
sial Musial helped the Cardinals rack
up Joe Nuxhall, who gave up
seven hits and three runs in the
first three innings Herm Weh Weh-meier,
meier, Weh-meier, meanwhile, blanked the
Redlegs until the sixth when he
was nicked for three hits and
two funs.

the Baltimore Orioles.

Racetrack Fire
Kills 22 Horses

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At St. Petersburg, Fla., Enos
Slaughter, another old-timer
--and a former Redbird, Ignited
a ninth-inning rally that en enabled
abled enabled the New York Yankees
: to- edge the Boston Red Sot,
- ItP. The Yankees put together
m single by Slaughter, a force force-out,
out, force-out, and' back -to-back singles
by GH McDougald and rookie

i rv,b ,v,. I,,, hi.n finin'. in the stables and barns of the
nKrftu,!S SSntPv Ji nth? race track, which Just, ooened
In for injured Mickey Mantle, vf.,v

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Don. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. 0.

k ... ul cocoli, now resides with

his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs.

Morris Roberts at Muir Oaks and

attends Alhambra Hieh School

PrpviniiR tn Pnini? tn Alhamhn he

TOLEDO, O.. April 3 (UP attended Carson Long Military

A nre ai ine von Miami r air-1 School in Pennsylvania for two
round v race track near here ; years and in his second year th.ore
early today destroyed several (won the sixth position on theive
barns and stables and kijled n squad. While there he fired a 189
i estimated 22 race horses, the score in practice but has, not

sheriff's office said. j been able to duplicate this feat

since he left military school

Sheriffs deputies and firemen
were still rounding up the hors horses
es horses and the exact number de destroyed
stroyed destroyed cannot be determined,

.a spokesman for the sheriff's

office aid, but It mav reach 30.

Thp blaze of

Collected three of the Yankees

10 hits off Tom Brewer and Jack
T1 t. U

royte for the second straight f1amM rpy,. f(r.

Two fire companies raced to

he scene and released hones

Don qualified for the state shoot

in three meets against vaiiejo
Junior College and -Vallejo ; High

School this year. His average was
177 out of 200, which he figures
ranks him somewhere in the mid-

undetermined 'die of the group of the 160 parti

cipants in Saturdays Dig event.
The winners of the California
championship will qualify for the
national finals in Ohio. The shoot shooters
ers shooters fire .22 rifles from SO feet

with peep sights mounted, r


By Conrado Sargeant

'The vear'a hlpiresfc

-k"c io,ouu added President of

wie Kepuwic Classic has been

puHtponeo, from Sunday, April

4.u neuuesuay, May i, inter international
national international Labor Day, which is a

ubmuui uoiiaay in ranama 1
v, The postponement was made
because it is helinvp1 th o.

pairs to be made on' the main
track will not be finished in

wmt xor me big race on April 28.

'- quo .
This Sundav. th first m. f

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luc uiuutn. will be LalP rtav

out. at the President Remon

raceuacjc. iTie lair sex is re reminded
minded reminded that thev are mnr. fVion

wciuome out at in. moriprn nk.

time; blanking the Sox with a

neat five-hitter.

The Brooklyn Dodgers snap-

flames, The fire was brouitht!

under control about 2:35 a.m.

A race track spokesman said

ped' three-game losing streaK, lt th f.

by whipping the Pittsburgh Pi-. F ZZ

rates; 11-5. Randy Jackson and
rookie John Roseboro homered

for the Brooks, who shelled Paul
Mtnner-foraix runs on eight
hits In the first three innings,"
The Milwaukee Braves, who

alMt?!ruiTomorrow Niohf

reduced their training squad by

CZ Roller Skating


sending seven players to the

, minors. Pitcher Humberto Rob Robinson
inson Robinson and catcher Mike Roarke
were optioned to Toronto; pitch pitchers
ers pitchers Bob Rocs and Don McMahon
and outfielder Everette Joyner
were farmed out to Wichita, and
Infielders Mel Roach and Joe
Morgan were assigned to Atlan

Homers by Wes Covington
and Joe Adoock helped the
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There will be a meeting of

the Canal Zone Roller Skating
Club Thursday evening. Anrll
4, at 7 o'clock, at the Balboa
Rollrrdrome. AH members are
urged to attend. Several Item
of importance to the club are
to be discussed and acted up upon.
on. upon. Skating will be free U elub
members following the meet-Ing.

Touring Golf Pros
Split On Choice
ToWin Masters


touring professionals are split on
who will triumph in the "Masters

golf tournament opening Tnuridjy
at Augusta, Ga.
The majority gives the nod to

the younger players; the minority

to the old guard of Ben Hogan,

Sam Snead and Cary Middlecoff

with Hogan polling the most in
dividual votes.

The younger contingent of Mike
Souchak of Grossinger, N.Y., Dow

Finsterwald of Jupiter, Fla., and

Arnold Palmer of Latrobe, Pa.,
were other names tossed into the

favorites' ring.

fee Shut Out Lincoln Life
Tie Little League Series

PAOTO-FINISH' Black Bee (No. 1) hits the finish line half a head in front of San Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal in Saturday's foutrh race. Top- picture! is the reflection of the horses in the mirrors
beside the Dole marking the finish line.;. King Flores rode the winner; ; leading jockev Ruben
Vasqueg was aboard the losers This picture, is the official photo of the finish.' ,? --

Fans In general are also re reminded
minded reminded that there la free
parking from the turn into the
homestretch up to the main
grandstand where they mav

enju, tue races ana also place
bets through two special At Attendants.
tendants. Attendants. ',

Hundreds, of cars were noticed
in this area before the running

v ma oiwuajr a tnniiing Fran Fran-crisco
crisco Fran-crisco Arias Paredes Classlc. won

v"b uiiuuiut uniroKe.
oO o
. Febrero II, now back In his
.best form, is on sh.1p mr tznn

Interested parties may contact

ma, owner-trainer Antnnin- va


- ': OOO
The Inter-Amerlf on '. utaAinni

Convention Handicap, which will

? Jr. 'Jonor oi ine doctors

BObCiiuulff Lne P.onvpnt.lnn Is

scheduled to be Saturday's fea feature
ture feature race.-J i ,.

Members nf th v

t v w i BiiaJiltl
Jockey club will also hold a buffet-dinner
for the doctors and
their wives.

' oOo
Former fct.o r Titan ; -n..n.j.

, w u.u f mud
Jockey Belloln Pulido, who now

uuuls uiem noma nn r.aHtamia

tracks, had m. rnno-h t.lmo

the recent earthnimifps in

Francisco. : J7

Here Is van vcumt t


K wwmv TV MX V
at, th- Golden Gate Fields;.
Riders and" valets in the

jocKcys quarters threw their
rln-rummv a.rda. fh. von -i

ishes, soaps and sundriea of


Lincoln Life

Won Lost
.. 1 1
.. 1 1

solid single by Billy Catron to
register three runs for the only
scoring of the game.
With honors all even the hp.

ries will end this afternoon. An-'

otner banner crowd is expected.

. oa-ifi- aiio iirsi i wo games nave at-i
It Is'aU even m the Pacific tracted hunlrc3 of fa B h
Little League championship se- treated to top noTch
riea.-What was aU gloom on ut baseball In two -ames

jviuuu., -H.,. mere nave oeen oniy 15 nits
Police camp aiier meouajr a an(1 flv(,
runs tnm KifH

came. It was

bub this time Lincoln Life was
blanked 3-0 and again the los

ing team outhlt the victors. Lincoln Life
Tuesday's game pitted Gene jouner rf
Beck of Lincoln Life against ostrea ss .
warren Ash ton for the police. Beck p
Both hurlers blanked the oppo- French 3b '.
slUon for three Innings. In the case c
bottom of the fourth, police cap- Farnsworth ib
iUUzed on four mlscues and a Fernandes If

Demlng 2b ..

Sports Briefs


houn of. New York and Joey Gi Gi-ardello
ardello Gi-ardello of Philadelphia have

signed to meet in a 10-round wel welterweight
terweight welterweight bout at the Cleveland
Arena. April 16. In his last start

Giardello wound up in a no-deci

sion hassle at Kansai City with
Willie Vaughn.

camp aner inwwy and flve f toth

anotner snuioui



SO and e.St

The xx score:

Joda Enconto .35'
if Ginger Roger in
'S REBEL'S ; Elvis Presley in


Today IDEAL .20
' Marga L6pet In


. 2



II 0 4 6

A terrific European double
feature, like never seen!
Madelaine Robinson and
Frank JUIard In
A great picture of our times,
recommended by letters! (



iDempsey 3b 3 0 0 1
Ash ton p j 0 1 1'
Sebastian cf 3 0 0 0
Potter c 3 0 0 II
Riley Jim If 2 1.0 2
Wilder 2b 3 0 fl 2
Priester lb- J 1 1 ij
Corrigan ss j 1 0 n
Catron rf 3 0 1 1
Darden 0 0 0 0

j Another Shocking Pictore I

Fun of tnniis and suspense;
a film that you will enjoy
from beginning to the end!
Raymond Pellegrbi and
Antenle Valpetre in
"We Are All Assassins"!
This picture won the Festival
of Cannes a few years ago!

Williams Apologizes
For Rash Statements
About Politicians


Williams apologized publicly to

day for remarks attributed to him
in a New Orleans newspaper, in

terview. "I have too many mends

and have spent too much time in
the Marine Corpsr not to know

that that organization is tops," he

said. C'r

The apology by the Boston Red

Sox slugger was contained in a

mimeographed statement banded

to newsmen at the club's hotel

headaarters. Williams, who had

telephoned his remarks to a clubj

spokesman, did not appear m per

son. ; :

The statement said:. -
"For the first time-in y ca

reer I am concerned aoout puou-

catin of alleged remarks I made

at the airport in New Orleans last
Sunday night. .Y.
"I have too msnv friends and

have spent too much time in the

Marine Corps to not know uai ue
organisation is tops..
"I wantlto apologize to anyone
who might have been offended by
remarks alleged to me by a drink drinking
ing drinking reporter. I have learned as a

result of this so-called interview

that I should never again discuss

anvthing with reporters who have

been drinking excessively or have;

s. tripe of some sort-of tneir

own." ... ;. '

say,', "sure I had a drinkr but

mat s not important.".
In, the published interview. Wil

liams was quoted as firing blasts
at the late Sen.,. Robert' A. Taft,

the Marine Corps and apparently

at ., jrresiueni jcisennower.

v At the same time, the "third

man" present' during the Rnntnn

nea box slugger's latest nnnnff

: j t 1 1 .... r

bbiu nuuimi naq oeen partly

iinsuuuiea dv .xecuuv Snnt

Editor Crozet Duohmtipr nf t :

new Orleans States. Duniant.Vr

wivie juonaay mat willlam f.

lempiea to "null itnnp" tn

being recalled by the Marines dur

ing ue &orean conflict nd spat

'"C uimt i ue mention of for former
mer former President Harry Truman's

Referring Te 'Friend'

Stands By Story
At New Orleans. Crozet :Du-

plantier of the New Orleans
States, who obtained the Interview

published in his .newspaper Mon

day, said be stood by bis story
as "accurate and so far Williams
hssn't denied anything. - U
"I think it's ridiculous to qnar
rel about this thing," -said Du Du-olantier.
olantier. Du-olantier. "He said certain things

in the interview and I Deueve

Hy Hurwitz of the Boston Globe,
who. arransed th intami., ;.u

Duplsntier, said Williams actually

tempted to obtain a deferment
from Sen. Taft and explained thst
Tempestuous Ted was "just doing
a lot of spitting"!! Jr. L

essarily spitting at the menUon of

j iuum 9 iiainc.
TmiAmi r-: I

- .".mil cisennower s name
" ';ito the story when
Huritz gave his. veninn van.


the booting trade Into the alp
and made bee-lines lor th
great outdoors.
"After-getting his two feet
back on terra firma jockey
Alex Maese said. The boys ran
faster than any horse I've ev
er rode.' 1 ,

"Belloln Pulido. whA -u-a:

caught in a sweat box, said l
I had hoped to shed two

yuuuas ana lost five. If the
quake hadn't stopped when it
ut" rider on the grounds.v
In the film patrol room,
where 4 half dozen saddle-;
smiths were observing pictures
with Alfred Shelhamer, Doa
Lewis jumped Up and said i
xcuse me Mr. Shelhamer :
and roared out the door v '-4
. 0O0
Miss Maritza Tn r

three-year-old rhpst.nn a.n.n

tin&,bred colt Fifito got' a new -trainer
this week. H I th. fl

eran Julian Marshall
Fifito is the, winner of only .'
one race under the guidance of,
Henry white during hi. iL.i

campaign." ... r .

1 0O0 j
Officers of th Pmfin i S

ed Turf wre5 "and Raio An- v
nouncers Association ,tn u- i

stalled next Monday night at tho

- 0O0 t
The stewards' moont ht.

down on foul-ridin nv. ?

seems to hav hori th. Y-t'

enecc.. No rider was suspended
over the weekend..

Several hnraae

forced out of. action for varioua
reasons.. J-1 r.. ... .q :-

Choya. Moonshln J

Enea were Suspended for pull-
tar 01 lame. Th lati. t

days while the other t ....

cot ,i j

"r-"""" w m nays eacn. i V
r.JJan"a,n!fi0 Joe'" Fiddling.
Celestial Fire and Bluno got
'f two meets each for fractious
ness at the starting post
Grand Finish netted a two-" '
meet suspension fnr hiin.

scratched after the deadline. ' -U.
-s Maruja drew an indefinite C i;
suspension because of her noor r
performance -4 while Pere I
which;. pulledVup : lame, wu ;
Placed under the veterlnarian-a ? ;i
" f V 't'frf "!. tit r ."

Pro Leaguers

. The Sporting News of April s

uiwuKut news or several 1956-57
Pro League players. ,,;r
Clarence Moore,. San 1 Diego,
Open Classification pacific Coast
League, was sent to the Cleve.
land Indians' ; navtriTio do.m

larm camp for assignment. :.

j ittiin. Austin, van conver
Open Classification Parlfln r.l

- a wvaaay wnV
League has-been sold to- Louis Louisville.
ville. Louisville. Class AAA Amnrtn

elation. '., 7
EU Grba, Denver, class AAA
American Association. ?J

Kdnriltof. t '. ""f

nK V 7 "Ktuar mound
ft- TiH1thA.teani. my enter

n minor wiuun a month month-An
An month-An lndnctinn

Pitcher arrld mtZCL 'S

Lake wales training camp7Mar.
Bobby prescott, Dallas. Class
AA Texas Tmni M..".i vi

t o wioobcu wWO
r?S.C aaaiai,lt-MmneaPOll.

w-w "ciitBn Associauon.

i t DUl Daa still

" aiuKicat zu m is

' George Brunet, Kansas' has
gone to Huntsville, Tex for re reassignment
assignment reassignment 'Aiorre-

Elks' Sponsored NRA Junior

Rifle Tournament

The 13th annual Watlnnal

, .ivuu vumc

ABguciauon Junior shnnM

Shoulder Rifle X; Tournament

wmcn win oe held at the Balboa

uun cud rarfan range on Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday, f . 1

inis will be the 11th year the

secuonai tournament has been
sponsored by B.P.O. Elks' Balboa
Lodge No. 1414 as one of its youth

U.UT1UCI. ; ; .. .. V.

The competition is divided Into

maiviouai and team participation.

begn at 9 a.m. on Saturday.
Course of fire will be changed this
year 'for the first tune since the

inauguration of the NRA tourna

ment to include all positions

Course of fire includes ten shots
in prone, standing,' sitting 'and
kneeling positions per shooter in

each the Individual and the Team

V-t k.: t--'.. Jf'V' J 1
SatiirriAi ;

medal to the hieh

years of age or under. M.rehiS!

''IXS, Balboa Lodffa Kn nil c:i

"warded to .'.'
members of tha mmrnnX nl... i

and the coach. ,T ..

Presentation a XTd a .-..j.i ..

Elks' merehindLe VwardTwrn'S:
held at the Elks Home La Bc i
ca Road where -a lunfhaofi ,in

given by the Lodge foUowlng the w
final stage of the tournament a

Scores mad ImiD. v. u. i

individual and STLSiJ?"..-

will be sent to Nna fcKESS? i

in Washington to S compared In '.f -competition
with th. :. -T.

from secUonal, matches yhM

-vu uis uiuiTiuuai ami uie inm hj,. ,. -- 1.- una
Match. Team competition wiU be rU!?u0Utk tte Vted SUtes and

gjm fomments on;"gutless poli

We ve got a lot of gutless poll,
r.ii"..!. ntry." Wilbams

.u. a oion-i want to meet the
p"fjde1nDor did I want to meet
f4"- I don't like gut gutless
less gutless politician. Th ahM. f

we have is phony. That

",c wuii auies of America."
HurWitZ told th ITnii ntll.

that he interpreted that to mean
Williams had turned down invits-

w w dow fresident i.

eve 1

they were substantiated in the ra "Oecanse
stories from Sarasota the nextlfi 22. nyldy connect-

Am- ,,-m t 4 "iM )WUUCI,

(Ipsels Bob Baker

'NEW YORK fTJP wiin t-.

.u.uuu, rcgaraea u some quar-

::rf Ji: scnraeling,
snt s anywhere" as good as the
once-mighty "Black Uhlan." but
hV ISF tni dent and may

, Young Willi took Big Bob Bak-
JT) at Nicholas
walked off with a unanimm..

Vision over tha Pittiw.k wl

- "He's the bicemt ami

" ""-ais tv nil vm tAe M

w-dr"i? om, "but I'm sorry
J:ta1 !LU no" fteVl

uw oave knocked him

fired on Sunday and will start at

8 a.m. ah firing will be at 50 feet
with any .22 caliber rim-fire rifle

-triggenrpull not less than three

7"--pounds; metallic sights. NRA

wan Km 1'lhAra vif1 n il will

Boys and girls, under 19 years
of age,' who are individual mem members
bers members of the National Rifle Associa

tion or members of an affiliated

NRA chartered club In good stand standing
ing standing are eligible to compete. It ii

expected junior shooters from Ft.
Amador Junior Rifle Club, Balboa
Gun Club Junior Division and

Cristobal Junior RJfle Club will

be represented.
Stratford Duke has been appoint

ed by the National Rifle Associa

tion to act as the official referee

for the tournament The duties of

executive and chief range officers

win be bandied by Mai. Robert
N. Stokes, and Cant Chr'l ooher

Wheeler. The statistical officer will

be Mrs. Maxine Dillman.

Sectional individual awards will

Include a silver medal to the win

ner, bronze medals to second and

third place winners, a b r o a t e

medal to high girl and a bronze


23 S 3 9

Duplantier declined to comment

on the players remarks about "a

drinking reporter" other thai to!

I f


TO I it

- Also;

7 I V 0 I


5 Also:


Madeleine Robinson In
'' Also:'- v'
Raymond Pelee-rtn In

t Gold Prise UM.4
J Also:
with Jane Russell




Also: -


- Ones Admired Taft
s ..

fruuams connnned ti f.f.

menta that he "lout mM"

oca. 1 an ana aue uiat ha "r..i

ed bring recalled into the Ma Ma-nnest
nnest Ma-nnest in 1952. Williams, who had
previously served thr mr. ut.

Uie VS. Navy Air Force during
(World War H, flew combat mis-

5in 1 u A.crea at ue age of S4.
! 'I used to admire Sen. Tart."
Williams said. "I thought he was
a wonderful man. But a friend of
mine was called back for. Korea
like I was. He knew Sen. Taft He
went to him and asked if be could
help him get a deferment ,
"Do you know what Sen. Tft
told him." Williams said. "He

said, 'I can t touch you. If



Besatterf,' o orders from Man-

pr nKj tfones, aianl trade
punches with the halting Baker on
many occasions, but when he did
Baker came out second hct ...


' Baker, the ninth nnv:.. v...

weight contender, was alow rat

ting started and wham v. r..n.

decided to make a fitrht it thl

24-yearld Beimanoff resorted to

a running S.B. tt gtrategy,
paid ofL ,

could help yoa but because yon
r?vprr'waJnowBl cant do
a thing for yoa.
About the Marine Con, wa.

liams ssid: "Sure. I rean n-m

caUed back at the oeik m m

earning power an added he

thought other prominent periwns

you I were picked on" because they

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f m-iyaiea in uie

Diablo Bowling
Lanes (lose From
April 10 to Aug. J5
- The bewtlnt lanes at the Die.
We Service Center will be cleeej
beginning April 11, when all
Waeuea will have completed
their ply for the 15i-57 Maaen,
the Service Center Braach has

l They will reopen approximate,
ly Aawewct IS te aermif bowlers
ample time te practice prior to
the boffinninfl of league play In
early Soptomber,
' During the" time that the bowW
ing lanos at Diablo ere cleaod,
thoy will vadorge routine main.
tonaoeo and repairs, tewlors
will find ample facliltloo avalk
able at the Balboe Bowling AU

7.-00 roDyi 9.-oo
$1.10 per Car! A
Char. 1-4 of the erlal:

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9 wtrt just aa ordinary persoa I were public figures.

Robert Ryan lm




'Blast at






SARASOTA, Fla., April 3 (UP) blast at thepoliticians was pub

TJ Ulilliim. nt thm Rnston Red

'Sox boiled over yesterday at for

mer President Harry-Truman, tne

late Sen. Robert A. Taft and "gut "gutless
less "gutless politicians" who allowed

prominent athletes.-to be called
back- into military service during
the Korean War.
Obviously upset after a delayed
t trip from New Orleans, where his

J shed, Williams angrily walket

away from reporters during i
brief workout in the rain and said,

"I don't 'want to talk about it any

. He denied he had. tried to pull
strings to get out of returning to

the Marine corps during the Ko

rean War njut correspondent

wno was present at part of the

Kobbe Wins 2 Straight As 57
Service Loop Season Wears End

' The Fort Kobbe Regulars won
two In a row over the past' week weekend
end weekend and, the Albroolr Flyers down downed
ed downed the Amador Troopers as the
1957 Panama Area Armed. Forces
Baseball season nears end. ft At c-.,
Saturday afternoon the Albrook
' .Flyers downed the Fort Amador
Trooper 9-4 in the final' meeting
' between the- two clubs.' Saturday
night,' behind the six hit pitching
of "Lefty" Frank Jonas, the Kob

be; Regulars downed the league

leading For. Clayton Cavaliers 7-2

' and Sunday afternoon Fort Ama-

dor made the trip to Fort Kobbe

for. their last meeting of the 1957

season and. the Regulars trounc

ed the Troopers 14-6. l

The Albrook Flyers explod for

four runs in the' ninth innik. at

MpCardell- Field Saturday after

' noon to defeat the Amador Troop Troopers
ers Troopers 9-4 in the final meeting be between
tween between the two clubs, ; ? ;
Dick Greenfield -started the

eame for the Flyers but needed

heln from Carl Smith in the bot

tom of the seventh. Smith pitched
scoreless balk for the remainder

of the game to preserve Green Greenfield's
field's Greenfield's ninth win. Hi. record is
now 9-6, Hal Tharpe,: starter and

loser" for the Amador nine, now
hax an 0-1 record, f -i

The Flyers blasted Tharpe for

four r. hs in the first inmng ana
thn fn the fifth Mario LaMaestra

singled home Jesse Edmiston with
the run that proved to be the

iinhnr. Th hie blow lit the open

ing stanza Was Frank Gandarilla's

two run ringie to ten uem.
Trailing 5-1 going Into the' e
nth,! Amador's Troopers put to

gether, four bases on balls and a

single py 'Mixe nivera u cume
within one run of the Flyers from

Albrook AFB, :
rinnhiM tbv Daniel. LaMaestra,

and FranluiLucovich and singles
h Lei Blevins. Merle Foster and

Bob Langer iced the game for the

third place iyers,.g r
Fort 'Kobbe's Regulars grabbed
a 6-2 lead in the first five innings
against Fort Clayton's second
team' and then coasted fera 7-2
victory behind the six hit pitching
of Frank Jonas. V ;
With the game tied 2-2 In the
fifth inning, Kobbe combined three
Clayton errors with a stolen base
and singles by shortstop Ernie
Lennon, third baseman Gene Tap Tap-scott,
scott, Tap-scott, catcher Lennie Gittens, and
pitcher-Jonas for four vital runs.
Clayton put their first team in

action in the sixth inning but they

couiant muster an attack against
the lefthanded slants of Jonas.
The big blow of the same was

a bases empty home run by Kob Kobbe's
be's Kobbe's Gene Tapscott in the eighth

uining. Vv'''. V : ;.t'V.

New Orleans 'interview, which
was published by the New Orleans
.states, said Ted-had referred to
"gutless politicians" and said he
iad lost his respect for Sen. Taft

because Uie late senator wouldn

do 1 anything for an unidentified

friend of hi. -, ".

The name of Truman came up

the corresoondent said, when Wil

Hams said he didrf't want to meet
"anv presidents, including Harry

Truman, or any other gutless poli

ticians. '

Mr. Truman, In New-York, de

clined, to comment

- "Picked On",

Williams was reported as hav

ing said, "sure I resent being

called back into the Marine iprps

at the oeak of my earning powi

er." He added be tnougnt ne ana
other prominent persons were

"picked on? just because they

were public figures. ;

The New 5 Orleans States inter

view was obtained at the waiting


'- -... .',,.. ', -.) .....(,. ... -r -v l irpon wuub uic nw
Fort Kobbe Regulars jumped off Raiting for a, long overdue plane

to 'a 12-0 lead m the first sve mrw

Held thBTroooers at bav as thev -.use.poUtcal Preaaure to

coasted to a 14-5 victorV. behind TOJ.L:-

Hha, ..von hit nitrhiiio nf in. Un.ll WW BIIOT servuiR I tur ui,u.

. -- r m i .r. Martn corns

lit. newspaper saw iea spai op

he .floor at

the mention of the

Truman and Sen

An. eight run second inning

hist, three errors and four bases ne; 01

nn Kail nlna tarA hnlb-a ku I lellk.

VM MBlMVi ., w V UB1S.9 UJ. WW , : aa a.

Wtinh AntinfA1 ti. Afrk4 1 "YOU ID HIE deiL XftlT W

Reiular tajSeT"" a great man?" William wa quoted

?".,, 1v aying,k'.'Well, here' what:
Ma man An th. LmmAn of him." '

coUected more than one hit? but I He spat, on the floor of the wait-

Herm Daniels collected the bie-,W8 room.

gest blow for the Troopers, a
booming triple to right-centerfield

m tne seventh. :

McCarthy went the route for the

Tee CmpertanV'

"He was afraid to do-anything

winners ricking nn hi firt win nf far me." he told the interviewer.

the, season, ha haa two Iaiim .ifcHe said he wouldn't mind going

Trooner starter Herm Gohn was. t3 bat. for. some, other guy. But

charged, with the loss, his record

is 0-1. '..;.'... i ij ..


With only two more names to

be played the Fort Clavton Cava

liers have alraedy nailed down the

not me. I was too important.

Then he added, "and the same
thine : aoea for:- Him Truman.M

And he was .reported to, have spat

on the floor again. 1 ; j
1 miinr. Ipadim, baseball enri-

resnondent's version today, how

ever, said Williams bad orougnt

championship and are looking a- tp the name of Sen.' Taft because
head to the three game series,, friend of Williamsnot Ted,
with the All-Stars t!us week-end Vimcflf had aounht out the Ohio

at Balboa stadium and their top unator to see if something could

to fuerto Kico later this month. . b done about a recall order to


The batting race "was building

up to go right down, to the wire
as Ernie Lennon from Fort Kob Kobbe;
be; Kobbe; and Clayton's Manning Weav

er were botn batting .433 witn
two games remaining to be played

by each club. Lennon aH4uti
clinched the -title though ,Sunday
afternoon with four .hits in six of

ficial times at bat to raise his

average to .445. Meanwhile Weav

er could only muster one hit in

five official times at bat In last

night Clayton-Army Atlantic game
and his average has dropped off

to .424.- ," :

tie Marine Corps.

Lest His Respect

Taft could do nothing for this

friend and that's when. Williams

said Jie tost bis respect for the

(A of Apr. 2)
Won Lost GB

Fort Clayton .....22 9
Fort Amador, 19 13

Albrook AFB ..... 16 15

Fort Kobbe ....... 14 17
Army Atlantic .... 7- 24



senator whom he always bad ad

mhred. - - .
Williams, asked in the New Or

leans interview if be were still in

the Marine Corps reserve was

'Boy, you know I'm not. When
) cot out this last time and they

gave me a chance to pick up that
paper (discharge) I -grabbed it."

it was Ted second year in a

tow for a spring blast about ath-

etea and military service.

On March 14 last yearr Williams

blamed "gutless" authorities for

drafting Johnny Podres of the

Brooklyn Dodger "for no other

leason than he got famous by

beating the Yankees twice in the

World Series."

Podres, a 4F in the draft until

that time, served less than a year
and was discharged because' of a

chronic back ailment.

At that time: Williams blamed

the situation on "gutless draft

boards,: gutless politicians and

gutleai sports writers.

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' MANUFACTURED CHAM' Carol Helss, world 'figure kat-

ing cnamp pracuces ner rouune on an inaoor nnx .in New
York:..-, The 17-yeax,old lass come from ",Ozone .Park,,a New
York: City suburb whicb; ha no ice skating, She learned her
. business at indoor rinis around the city.

Cnrundu Cub Scout Track Meet 'be ft toss-up between' Eddie Mc-

jaaaen oen1 6 and 'jerry wor-

Atlantic Little League Batting, Pi


v 1957 Statistics
, ($4 or more times at bat)

Player and -Team

. field, Mutual

jones, j'liaies
Webber Cube
Burza, Mutual

Lum, Reg.,. Mutual ....
Alberga, Pirates .......
Vlllamarzo, Cub .. . .
' Karpinskl, Police
Hardisty, Braves

Wilder, Coca Cola
Jongbloed, Police ......

Roth, Brave

Bath, Mutual .....
Baranick, Cub ....
Dockery, Coca Cola
Christoph, L. J. ..
Wainio, Mutual ....

uornn, ponce

reierson, ioca UOUl

Jiitlty. Pirate

McElhone, PoUce ..
Oliphant, Braves
Orr, Police
Carpenter, Police ..
Cooper, Police
Baundera, Coca Cola




59 29 27 3 2 0 '9 .458
59 21 28 6 1 .' 1 IS .441
60 14 25 6 0 0 14 .416
37 9 15 2 1 r 0 6 .405
. 65 19 25 1 1 2 26 .385
65. 2 25 4 1. 0 9 .285
61 23 23 7 0 0 14 .377
55 r 17 ; 20 6 0 0 10 .364
60 a 16 20 5 0 0 5 J33
57 13 19 7 0 ; 0 12 J33
-55 .1- 16 II 2 1 0 6 427
43 i 14 14 6 2 O : 12 .426
63 27 17 0 0 ; 11 421
66 : 4 21 1 1 0 12 418
63 IS 18 5 1 0 11 410
42 .10 13 2 "1 0 .11 410
56 S 17 3 0 0 7 403
43 11 13 2 1 0 12 402
60 16 17 2 1 0 9 .283
57 15" 16 2 9 v. o f j$i
54 11 14 6 00 7 459
59 10 -15 3 0 O 14 454
68 J8 16 3 2 0 -6 435
46. 6 10 1 0 0 6. 417
87 8 1 0.0 4 '- 416
47 .10 11 2 0 0 10 413
5- 13 xll 1 0 O 13 '" 404
,40 S i S 2 1 '0- 400

Thirty nine Cub Scout of

Pack 7, CUmndu; CZ. took part
in their sixth annual track and
field meet Saturday at Summit

The Track Meet is an annual

drv season event' in Pack 7.

which is sponsored by the Bal

boa Lions ciup.. v -t s

The most exoiunar evens oi tne

dav was the 'Potluck Picnic."

llere, the action consisted f
reaching for the choice delica

cies oreparea by tne various

mothers : such aa golden fried

chicken, potato salad, and stuff stuffed
ed stuffed olives. Mmmmmm!

Cub Scout were divided into

two groups for the meet. Group
I for the taller boys and Group

n for the smaller ones. This di

vision was followed by a regis registration
tration registration of the cubs for scoring

the five evetns: high jump,

broad lump, baseball throw, ill ill-tv
tv ill-tv varrt dash, and den relay.

Bill Bright, jr. pact 7's jovial
committee chairman, took

charge of the ice cold soda pop
operations, while Charles D. La
vallee, James H. Nichols, sr.,
Roy C. Taul, Edward P. McFad-

den, William Brennan, Zelig O.

Blumberg. Charles Fontaine,

James C. Sheffield. Edwin Fen

renbach and Alvin C. Hender

son, set up the, goal lines, saw

dust pits, ana events equipment.

Tnese dads later acted as judg

Only AimGet $

Kansas City Out: Of Cellar

(EDITORS NOTE: This is the
13th in a series en the 1957 pros prospects
pects prospects ef the major league clubs)

April 3 (UP) Lou Boudreau has
only on j aim for the Kansas City
Athletics this year to get them

out of the American League cel

lar. .' V.yr. ::,

He is one of the two American

League managers- training in Flor

ida who isnt talking in terms of
the pennant the other being

Chuck Dressen of the Washington
Senators ;.' i : ;-

Boudreau is moulding his 1957

team around 12 ex-Yankees, who

are as used to winning as the A's

are to losing.

oniy two infield positions are

certain Vic Power, a .304 hitter.

at first base and Hec Lopez at

third. '

Short At Stake

sham, of Den 3. Cub McFadden

placed first in his group In the
broad lump, high jump, and 50 50-yard
yard 50-yard dash, for a total score .of
15. Jerry Worsham matched this

by niacins; first In his groun in

the baseball throw, broad Jump,
and 50-yard dash, and precluded
(a, tie by gaining- pne point ilop

iourin piace in uie jnga jump..
In addition to trophies for Uie
high man and high den, ribbons
were awarded to the first four
place in each event. All first

places In individual events vere
presented with a Cub Scout
flashlight or lead pencil in ad addition
dition addition to the ribbons.

This year, it was any cub's
gues as to who would score
highest In all events to win the
high man trophy as last year
was the first time such a trophy
had been awarded, thus no pat pattern
tern pattern had been fixed. As the
events progressed, however, it
was soon apparent that it would

Zuluela Favorite
To Win Jrd Fighl
In Less Than Monlh

1st ..
3rd .,







Den Den Relay Race

Den Points

Blllv Hunter, one of those ex-

Yankees, and Joe DeMaeatri, last

year's regular, are contesting tne
shortstop post. Milt Graff,, a
rookie whom the A's obtained in
the deal which sent pitchers Bob Bobby
by Bobby Shanti and Art Ditmar to New

York. is. battling Curt Roberts, the

ex-Pirate who won another major

leaeue shot by hitting .320 at Co

lumbus last year, for second.

Only Harry (Suitcase) Simpson,

who batted in 105 runs last year
with an average of .293, has won

an outfield spot. He will play


Gus Zernial, the long ball hitter

but faulty fielder, has to beat out

Lou Skuas, anotner one oi tne ex-

Yankees who batted .314 for the

A's last season, for the right field

post. But Sklzas,' like zerniai.

eaves plenty to be desired defen


In center ex-Yankee bod werv

(aces a challenge from Jim Pi

soni. who looks better than his

265 batting average with Vancou

ver last season recommends.

One of the two Hal Smiths In

the major leagues will be the No.

catcher lust like the one wno

will be the chief receiver for the

St. Louis Cardinals. Back of his
Hal Smith, Boudreau will have

Wilmer Shantz, brother of Bobby,

and Timmy Thompson.

Three pitchers secured from the

Yankees in the Jjoddj inantz-uu-

mar deal figure to bolster the
pitching staff. They are left-hand

ers Rip Coleman and Micxey mc-

Dermott and rignty torn morgan,

The three won only 11 games

amone them last year for the

Yankees three less than Shantz

and Ditmar won for the A's but

aw limited action

Allison Takes Over ; :
Grooming of Promising
Young Tennis Player

.. 4
.. 3

Den AH Events
.. '.. .. .. ..3
, .. ,. 4,8

. .4 2
. -. 5
. ,-1


10 10-5
5 10-5 3


Individual Scores
., High-Cubs All Events
-: 1st: Jerry Worsham, Den 3,
18 points.
2nd: Edward McFadden, Den
8, 15 points.
3rd: Pat McCarragher, Den S
and Robert W. Lavailee. webe-

los Den 8 points.

4tn: oavm L. Tayior, jr.. Den

3-8 points.-

Kollner Also Starter

They'll be regular, starters for
the Athletics along with southpaw

A'ex Kellner. a 12-game winner

last season.
Two veteran mht-handers, Vir

gU Trucks and Ned Garver, who

came to the A s in tne deal ior
third baseman Jim Finigan, will

be used for spot starts snd relief

Another possible starter is Wally

Burnette. who won six ana iosi

eight, for Kansas City after being

ODiainea irom uenver n couu.
The No. 1 bullpen man will be
Tom Gorman, who was 9-10 last
season, and another ex-Yankee.
Arnie Portocarrero, who won
another chance by winning 10
Ban es with Birmingham last year

and the veteran Lou Kretlow, 7-4

with the A's .last season, nave a
chance to stick along with Ed,
Riake. drafted from Toronto

where he won -17 while losing 11;
Ben Flowers, who failed to make
it with the Phillies and Cardinals
in the National League and Rin-

old Duren, an 11-game winner

with Vancouver.
Field & Stream


AUSTIN, Tex., April 3 (UP)

Wilmer Allison; who came out of

texas exactly three .decades aeo

to win the NCAA tennis singles

crown and so on to international

fame, has taken over the groom

ing of a youngster' he hopes will

aupneate his feat

Allison, who won consecutive

Wimbledon crowns in 1928-30, the
U.S. singles title la 1935 and U.S.
doublea honors with John Van Ryn

in 1931 and 1935, only last week
took over as tennis coach at the

university of Texas.

He succeeded Dr. Daniel Pnnink

tne man who tutored him to the

xnlaa title as sophomore way

uai-& in Mil.
Now, he's got a promising stu-

uem, wnose ; career closely re
sembles that of hU own Sammy1
Giammalva, the flashy Houston,
Tex., younester who showed ion

1 Ml ... .

oi uruuance in tne most recent
loss in the Davis Cup challenge
matches against Australia.

Going After NCAA Title
Giammalva namtMl nn nnUaimtn

play last year to play at Wimble Wimbledon
don Wimbledon and in the Davis Cup match

es, dui ne s going after the NCAA
crown this season and then turn

to Davis Cup play.

ing camps for a number of h'
most promising U.S. players with
Davis Cup Capt. Biljy Talbert in
charge." ' - a
"I think it's a good thing,''Vha
said. "It s something a

done before. The ilavr k-

kept at home (instead of goinrto
Europe) and it will raise A,
standard in our own circuit."
' Allison, flirting with the hitiS
century mark in t..i... .1:.

puSih Ptyto with them.
f Jrt lot of out of
it, too," he said.

Gold Dust




Allison competed only as a sooh

omore at Texas, then quit school
his junior year to play with the

uavis uip sauad and never d d

finish his eligibility at Texas. But,
he's been back heloini Dr. Pralxic

for several year now and also

serves on the Davis Cup selection

committee and on 'the U.S. Lawn

lennis Associations executive


Allison sees a youth movement

in the U.Sr comoetition for the

Davis Cup.

I think this comintr team will

probably be the youngest one of
all time," he said. -"I think its
time for the yountz ones in mit

the move..a. youth movement...

and this looks like the 'year. Of

course, if .theyvdon tvcom alenr,
we'll have tvJJay ur; elder nlav-

tir i

e. w nave to piay our best
boys ;. .

"I think we've got e lot of good

young piayers more than since
the war. I'm very optimistic about
them. Of course, Giammalva is
one of them, which makes me
very hsppy."

Defends U.S. Tennis
Allison defended American Ten-

nis as against the Australian va


"We still don't do what thev do

laite a ooy 13 or 14 years old

Colon's ChesterfUM fs..v-W.'it"

team will make its first move to-' :
r0dKPpfJfin? for the coming". coming".-1957
1957 coming".-1957 basketball season by calling
a meeting tomorrow at the team's f
headquarters. r r

Coach Rodolfo (Fifl) Tom wifl 1
make the trip to Colon to t i It-
with the boys on the plan for the
COmine U lsnn Tnm 1.

ing on the Pacific side and Jbe
cause of this the fate of this t?ru
was in the hiitno. v.

that Tom has definitely decided to

uuuuiiue wan me team, he wilTie
ahead with his planning. .1.
The Carlos. Eleta-numi kmh

finished first in the reeular -''

son standing but lost the charn-.
pionship on the final night ei th4"
playoff. As a matter of fart th a..

nal series had to go into overtime t
as Chesterfield defeated the nres

ent chamnions. Balho

the last night of the regular se-'

ries. in the final game the thenr
defending champions lost a heart J
breaking game and their reign. 4K.

vcr jocai Dasxeioau. .....
: Under Ton the

three titles in fiv

ahouldbis pkn unfbld .properl v'
the club will again be in the fighfr.
Last season' staustics show that
Chesterfield Green Smokers '5 soor"
ed 775 points ever the regular sea sea-ion
ion sea-ion while their onnonenta en'reAm

"" iuii ayauisi mem -ior
a 117-point difference This point--getting
average was a sizrline 77 v

5 per game. During4h'e champic'"
ship playoff series they averaged
just below their season's output:'
They scored 521 point for a 74.4
average per game. 1 .-,'.-"-"
On a won and lost basis. tnta

team also had a good year. They''1
played .800 ball on the regular"'

season ano .11 oau during tne

out of school, nnt him h- piayon series, ineir and

High Jump Group 1
1st:' Edward McFadden, Den 6.
2nd: William F. Singleton,
Den 1.

'3d; Robert

W. Lavailee, Weo

(II er mere innings) ..

fTainio, Mutual
Burza, Mutual ...
Quinn. Cubs .....
Will, Pirats
Bath, Mutual ...
Christoph, Pirate

Jongbloed, Police
Villamarao, Cube-1-:;..
Sanchez, Coca Cola ..
Karpinskl Police
Hardlsty, Brave ....

Wilder, Coca Cola

f -neidege. Pirate
Nlt, Brave
!n. Police ......
tier. Coca Cola .
-eierson. Coca Cola
Alberga Pirates
Dockery, Coca Cola





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2 61
4 29
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7 37
12 43

i 1

WASOTHflTnK Anrll l2.TTP),3.

Cuban Orlando Zulueta la anl 3rd:
8-6 favorite to win his third 4th:

fight In less" than a month to tonight
night tonight against Joey Lopea in a
nationally televised 10-round

lightweight bout at Capitol Are

na here.

Zulueta, fourth-ranked light

weight contender, will seek a ti title
tle title fight against 135-pound

champion Joe Brown it he wins

tonight, according to tne Cu Cuban's
ban's Cuban's trainer Freddy Fierm
"Hi tongue is hanging out for
a title fight." said Fierro.
Zulueta never has been stop stopped
ped stopped In 100 pro fight. He has

won 62, lost 27. The rest were

He deci5ioned GufUermo Me

dina in Havana. Cuba, last Sent

Lj 23 and Ray portUla in Miami'

3;ria, sept 12.
0 Lope la "really ready." ac ac-2
2 ac-2 cording to his manager Harry
2 Fine if the Sacramento. Calif,
2 fighter beats Zulueta tonight, 1
3 dont see bow they can deny us
1 a title fight.- said Fine, ai ai-3
3 ai-3 though Lopes Is tmranked a-
2 monc the lightweights.

2 Fine said he turned down a

t Lopes-Brown non-UUe fight ev-

4 eral week aro Lopes has beat-

3 en Banoy Saddler, Percy Bassett

7 'and Dave Gaiiardo.

31 Zulueta is a substitute for

SiPaoli Rost eiehth-ranked Uht Uht-3
3 Uht-3 weight, who had to pull out of
ljtne f:pht after he injured his
6 'hand ats Lrainir.g.

High Jump Group II
1st: Pat McCarragher, Den 3

2nd: Gavin L. Taylor, jr.. Den

Robert HalL Den 2.
Jerry Worsham, Den 3.

. Broad Jump Group I

1 1st: Edward McFadden. Den 6.
2nd: Robert W. Lavailee. Web.
3rd: William Singleton. Den I.

4tn: John Gough 11. Den 5.

Broad Jam Group II -;
1st: Jerrv Worsham. Den 3.
2nd: John T. Cabral, Den 4.
3rd: Pat McCarraeher. Den S S-4th:
4th: S-4th: George Stanley, Den 2.
Baseball Threw Groan I
1st: Peter Benson, Den 2. V
2nd: Robert Bagtrott. Den 4.
3rd: Steven Henderson. Web.
4th: James Guloert, Web.
BasebaQ Throw Grenp If
1st: Jerry Worsham. Den 2.
2nd: Gavin L. Taylor, Den 3-
3rd: Arthur Bageott. Den 4.
4th: James Scarenl, Den 5-

Pifty Tard Dash Groap I
1st:, Edward McFadden, Den
2nd: Robert W. Lavailee, Web.

3rd: Robert T. Russell, Den 2 2-4th:
4th: 2-4th: Donald Tucker. Den 5.


Fifty Tard Dash Greap tl
1st: Jerry Worsham, Den 3.
2nd: James Scaroni, Den 5.
3rd Frank Malor. Web Den.

4it: fat McCarragher, Den X. worm must drift naturally,


- Fishing Editer
APRIL opens the trout season
for most of the nation, and given
a break in the weather you can de depend
pend depend on several methods for put putting
ting putting fish in your creel.
Wet flies and nymphs drafted
close to the bottom are standard

high water producer. Anglers us using
ing using spinning rods eaa score handi handily
ly handily with spinners and spoons.
The most reliable way of taking
trout in April, however, is with
nifhtcrawler and common barn

yard worms. Maybe you have a
favorite method for handling "gar "garden
den "garden hackle," but the best way to
work a worm these days i with
the spin-stick.
A medium action S or 6 1-2-foot
rod, standard freshwater reel and
a 4-Dound test monofilament line

solves all the problem of casting

with the fly and ban rod. sumpiy
knot a No. C or S book wxthe line
and attach your worm.
Where the fly rod fails is in the

necessitv of using a heavy diame

ter line which drags through the

water, making the worm s arm

most un lifelike.

It's also poor from a casting

standpoint, as the range you can.

cover is limited oy now mucn room
you have to handle line.
In the hlch water of Aprt most

snglers are forced to work from
brush-covered banks. With the spin

tick, draf is almost completely

eliminated because of the fine mo monofilament
nofilament monofilament line. As for casting, you
can shoot the bait out while teas teasing
ing teasing against a tree.
Where the bait rod fails is that
with a revolving spool re V you
have to add sinkers to the line to
pet sufficient weight for casting.
This means ybur bait drags of get
bung in the bottom. H
The cardinal rule of worm fish fishing
ing fishing for trout is again violated. The


roll and let him play tennis and

1 oon t tmng we should.

"I don't think there's anything

wrong with American tennis. We

ave got the leading olavers in

the. world. The trouble is most of

them are professionals

But, on the bright side.. Allison

pointed out that they are going td

oe a number of so-caned train-

sticks require no more weight than
that of the bait itself because the
reel doesn't rotate.
You can flip the worm out, then
with the pick-up mechanism open,
simply let your bait swim down downstream
stream downstream unencumbered by sinkers.
There is no comparison between
bait fishing with spinning tackle
and the next earert best way.

regular season earned them the

right to go into the series where
they played at a 5" and 2" clipe -end
aa runners up. 1
With Gallito starting, their prae
tice session last Friday and conti-
nuing tonight, both Eleta owned,
teams are getting the jump on the''
field and should be in better op
sition than their rivals. :

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y Decora don Store, across El
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FOR RENT: Nicely furn furnished
ished furnished Apartment with Refri Refrigerator.
gerator. Refrigerator. Porch, parlor-dining-room,
kitchen, bedroom.
Screened. Tiled. S5S.00. Apply
112 Via Belisario Porras near
Roossevelt Theater.
FOR RENT: Beautiful mod modern
ern modern furnished apartment, two
bedrooms, houseware, $150. In Inquire
quire Inquire Peru Avenue 37-20 Up Upstairs.
stairs. Upstairs. FOR RENT: New apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Livingroom, diningroom,
2 bedrooms bathroom, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, porch, screened, lots- of
water. Via Porras No. 64, on
the right. Telephone .3-1863.
FOR RENT: Largo one bed
room apartment In "La Joya"
building, one bedroom, living living-room,
room, living-room, kitchen, dinette, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, dry closets, large porch
completely screened and new newly
ly newly painted. Rent B.65.00 Tel.
Panama 2-0027 or 3-0763.
FOR RENT: Two large bed bedroom
room bedroom apt. in Carrasquilla with
large closets. B. 70.00 Tel. 3-35
FOR RENT: Furnished apt.
in Vista Hermosa with utilities
B.72.00. Tel. 3-3589.
FOR 'RENT: At El Cangre-
N. o. acreenod furnished I bed-
s room apartment,, hot water
jnimr .transportation.' Price $70. $70.-Avallable
Avallable $70.-Avallable at once. Tel. 3-4644
from 2 to 4 p.m. or 3-0741 from
4 to 4 p.m.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
apcrtment living, diningroom
garage. Eusebio A. Morales
Ave., El Cangrejo. Reasonable
price. Call 3-7138.
FOR RENT: Luxuriously
furnished 2 bedrooms apart apartment,
ment, apartment, "Miami" window blinds,
hot water. 43rd. Street No. 27
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, 2 bedrooms,
livingroom, diningroom, large
porch, Venetian blinds, garage,
hot water, linen, china glass glassware.
ware. glassware. Exclusive residential
section Bella Vista Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1448,
to win the putting prize.
Because Of the Armort Fnr,.
tournament which is being held
ai Amaaor this week- there win k.
no iaaies day tournament. How
ever many of the ladies are tairino
advantage of this break to prac-
" ai uamDoa eanv in the week
end to Qualify in the TerveceHa
Tournament on Thursday or Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Commission Fails
To Rule On Dupas'
Race; Fight Okayed
Lightweight boxer Ralph Dupas
claimed one of the big victories
of his life after the Louisiana Box
ing Commission okayed his April
a nttni wun vince Martinez and
declined to rule on charges Dupas
is a Negro.
Mxtb-ranked Dupas, who st 21
already has a seven-year profes professional
sional professional boxing record, said last
night s commission action "could
not have made me happier."
The Commission was asked last
week to rule on charges brought
by a section of the State Health
Department that Dupas was Ne Negro
gro Negro and therefore ineligible to fight
wniies in the btate because of a
il956 law which bans all raciallv-
mixed athletics.
But the Commission said after
two hearings one in which Du Dupas,
pas, Dupas, his mother and a woman who
attended Mrs. Dupss at his birth
testified It found nothing to jus
unr rescinding a sanction civen
ror iropas 10-rounder witn Marti
nez, sixth-ranked welterweight.
WhUe the Commission's action
apparently leaves fight promoter
Heard Kegss a clear field to staee
the bout, the fact remained that
the charge of Nerro broueht a-
gainst Dupas was not directly rul
ed upon.
Many Commission members
said arivatelr thev believed it
was beyond the Jurisdiction of the

ATTENTION 0. 1,1 Jest built ,.. f -u w&'W .' ..? ''V-, $ VV,l 4'- w y'5 viW.'' t I J,.-', -Tr "f3'W , between 00 te 3:00 p.m. only -JHKiH '"W-,.
medni furnished apartments, I, "' 1 ' it",fv" ""'r-':''' Tropicn, 4th of July Av. ,7'

:UmmissKfl to rule on any man's
racial background.
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FOR SALE: Plymouth Bel Bel-vodere
vodere Bel-vodere Sport Coupe 1954 Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition, Two-tone, Radio,
W-S-W Tires, Tinted Wind Windshield.
shield. Windshield. Directional Lights,
First $1,200 Takes It. Leaving
For U.S. Call 83-4257 or 83 83-2119.
2119. 83-2119. FOR SALE: 1941 Buick,
good condition. Balboa 2-3066
between 4:30 and 7:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1952 Packard
4 dr. Patrician Sedan. Call 82 82-5210
5210 82-5210 Ft. Amador.
FOR SALE:-1950 Dodge Cor-,
enet W-W tubeless tires, radio,,
turn signals, very clean. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3775.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 51
4 door Sedan. House 2264 Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Tel. 4480. Reasonable.
FOR SALE:-- Brand new Fiat
600, 1957. Won at a raffle. Sill
at Agency. Will sell at much
lower price actually listed.
Call Panama 3-4512 or 3-4773.
FOR SALE: 1953, 4 door
Buick Soecial Dynatlow, radio
and heater, 4 new tubeless
tires, new brake linings. No
trades $1050.00 Major Smith
Albrook Qts. No. 87, Phono
3234 or 4280.
FOR SALE: 1947 Chrysler 4
door sedan $225.-, 148-B. Gatun.
FOR SALE: 1951 Dodge Cor Coronet
onet Coronet Convertible $550.00. Gatun
fire station.
General Ageat
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama 3-0593
Packers Shippers Mover
Phones 2 2451 2 -2562
t "Learn Riding, at )
Riding Jomping Classes daily
3 to 5p.m;-r Phone 2-2451
i'. vat by appointment.
vDr. R. Eisenmann
Dr. C. E. Fabrera
C.Z Dental-Medical Polyclinic
Tlvoll (4 of July) At. 11A24
(oppmlte An con School playsraead)
TeL 2-2011 Panami
Boboo Service Center
All Our Best Permanent
1S.OS to 22.50
now 13.75
For U.S. personnel ana' their
family only.
Gem on
Model V
Willi F 1.2 Lens
Panami N. York Col6n
April 14 $17.50 each
"B- St 7-27 TeL t-1661
Canal Zone
l'atta Statca Dhtrict Cent Far The
Duttrtcl af Th Canal Turn
Dlvtalon of Balboa
Hvrbcrt E. Daniel. Plaintiff, vt. Elln
Elena Daniel, Defendant. Summon Case
No. 44SS. ClrU Docket 21. Action for
To the above -named defendant:
You are hereby raouired to
and answer the complaint filed tn the
above-enUtled action within thirty day
after the first pubUcatkxa.
m case of your failure to ao appear
and answer. Judgment will oe taken a a-alrut
alrut a-alrut you by default for ttia relief de
manded m the compiatnt.
Witnasa the Honorable Gothrte T.
Crowe. Judge. United State District
Court fnr the District of the Canal
Zone, this March 26, IS97.
C. T. Me&eeriek, r.
3erk ....
By San ee la 9mm
Chief Deputy dark
To Elite Elena Daniel
The tereflotns summons at aei ed tn tn-on
on tn-on you by eublicatioa aajrsuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie T.
Crowe. Judge. United States Dhrtriet
Caatrt for the District of the Canal Zone
dated March TL 1SS7. and entered and
filed In thar action in the office af the
CVtrk of aetd United State District
Court for the Drrtstosi of Balboa, an
as. i7.
. C. T. MrCmU. Jr.
v Clerk
By Sera de la Bene
- Chief Deputy Clerk

FOR SALE: 2 purebred
Siamese Cats with papers and
shots. Male 11 months, femele
7 months. $50.00 each. Beauti Beautiful,
ful, Beautiful, healthy animals. Call Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 3191 home or Clayton
2258 office.

r FOR SALE: 4 display-cases,
ED RROR-ED $50.- each. Tahiti Jewelry
Store, 18-45 Central.
FOR SALE: Bargain. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving Isthmus, store on Central
Avenue. Write Box 992; Pana Panama.
During the month
of April. 4"xl2"xl2" Clayeo
blocks that loaves our stores
will go at special discount.
Take this opportunity to stock
up on the lightest, strongest
and best blocks for your build building
ing building or repair purposes, Cia.
A. Tel. 3-0160.
FOR SALE: Horses Paria Paria-ma
ma Paria-ma Riding School. Good Jump Jumpers
ers Jumpers and gentle saddle horses.
Call 2-2451 or Ft. Clayton 2262
after 4:00 p.m."
FOR SALE:- Sealed bids, for
opening in public, will bo rec received
eived received at the office of Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent of Storehouse, Balboa,
for the following items:
INITATION NO. S-57-342-Pipe
fittings. Bricks,' Bags, Com Compound,
pound, Compound, Wax, Paper, Nails,
Gaskets, Packing, Joint clean cleaning
ing cleaning machine parts, Joint filler
parts. Surfacing .machine
parts. Screed machine pan
Cleaning machine parts and
Generator plant parts. TO BE
OPENED 10:30 a.m. April 9,
1957. V
INVITATION No. S-57-343-Bars
Bits, Calipers, Chisels, Clamps,
Countersinks,'. Cutters; Dies,
Dividers, Drills, Expanders.
j Extractors, Figures, Files,'; I-
yons, ,; j.etiers, ; Levels an
plubms. Mandrels, Mauls, Mi Mi-tor
tor Mi-tor machine. Pliers,- Punches,
Reamers, Saws, Sets and head headers.
ers. headers. Sledges, Sleeves, Sockets,
Stocks, Stones, Straps, Tapes,
Taps, Tools, Vises and wrench wrench-ee
ee wrench-ee and Wrench parts. TO BE
OPENED 2:30 p.m., April 9,
1957. Invitations may be ob obtained
tained obtained from office of Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent of Storehouses, tele telephone
phone telephone -2-1086.
Completely alrcenditioned
executive apartment of S
bedrooms and t hatha plus
maid's room and bath oc occupying
cupying occupying entire top floor of
choice residential proper property.
ty. property. Independent with wall-to-wall
cedar closets,' tele telephone
phone telephone connections in bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, wall safe, and huge
(55 x 14ft.) liTing;. dining
and entertaining area.
Available Immediately.
3-3735 3-6i 3-6901
Curundu Wins
8-0 to Capture
Little League
Yesterday afternoon at Cocoli
the Curundutykes revenged their 8
to 0 defeat, at Curundu last week
by West Bank, as they belted the
West Bankers for five hits and as
many runs while Butch Reichart
was allowing o runs and but two
Forced into a playoff for second
naif honors by the tnsptrea west
Bank ball club, after the. had cake cake-walked
walked cake-walked to an easy first hah vic victory,
tory, victory, Curundu showed its caliber
when under nressure.
Firing like a rifle, Reichart was
throwing harder at the end of. the
game than in the first inning and
the support be received from his
teammates offensively and defen
sively was superb. Figuring deci
sively in their" victory was the
snsppy double play executed from
Reichart to Zent to Barahas and
offensively the bunting and run-
rung game played u tne tnara
inning when Curundu got mar
first two runs.
Willie Peterson Ditched op to the
fifth Inning and was nicked for all
of Curundu's runs, giving up four
nits, six walks and strum g wn
seven. He wss. relieved by Hamil Hamilton
ton Hamilton in the fifth who pitched credit creditably.
ably. creditably. Com mi in with the bases
loaded and one out Jimmy ot
Dykes to round to Lima at second, 1
who fired home to cut dowa Bars'

FOR SALE: Mahogany double
bed with foam rubber mattress, i
and coil spring. Phone Balboa :
2107 after 4:30 p.m.;;i;:-r!J

FOR SALE: Due te -trip,,
bargain. Dining room set, bed bedroom
room bedroom set, living room set,' re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, stove, heater, wash washing
ing washing machine, child's wardrobe,,
car. House 14 Apt; U-B (Patio
Rochet) Jl-A street, Panama.
FOR SALE: Baccarat erys-"
tal, 2 fable sets, never' used."
Via Perras No: 44. Tel. 3-1843.
frow, former Memphis State Col College
lege College end now in the Arnly, has
signed a professional contract
with the Washington Redskina nf
the National football Leamie
Renfrow expects to be discharged
from' the service in a month.

Noel Gibson Hurls No-Hitter;
Powells Defeat Lucky Strike

C.Z. Championship Playoffs
Won Lost Pet.
Powells ........... 1 0 1.000
Lucky Strike ...... 0 1 .000
Monday Results
Powells S, Lucky Strike 0
Noel Olbsonv the amazlne
Powells pitcher-manager who
won ll games for the 1057 cham champions
pions champions of thev Atlantic Twilight
League, added another laurel to
his tremendously successful sea
son when virtually handcuffed
tne pacuic side champions Lucky
Strike, with a neat ?na-hlt ner-
formance. Vr .-i .yyvU,
ouwon. wno onw -last sunasts
was awarded the- Most Valuable
Player trophy for '57, struck out
nine Lucky Strike batters and
walked five. V
Not one Pacific Slder was able
tor. reach third base And onlv
three reached second. The Pow
ell outfield, in the meantime,
practically had a night off
handling only two putouts and
one assist wnue tne Lucky strike
batters tried vainly to get the
Dan out oi tne air-tignt Powell
Charlie Hinz No. 1. hurler on
the Lucky Strike staff, went the
route for the losers, and was
nicked for 7 hits, four of which
went for extra bases. Hlnz walk walked
ed walked only one and struck out
three. The Powell attack at the
plate was led by Bucky Hall and
Leslie Rlnehari each of whom
had a pair of hits for their
night's work.
Powells scored one run in the
lower half of the first inning on
Bucky Hall's triple to left, a
base hit that took a bad bounce
away from the Lucky Strike left
fielder. Hall scored on Dedeaux'S
fly ball to center..'
The Atlantid side champs add
ed another tally In the lower
hall of the fourth on Lee Rlne
hart's two-base hit to right
iieid tnat scored Noel Gibson
from second. It took only one
Playoff Game
Armed Forces
jas and ended the inning and Co-1
nuns nxiui woen ne got xent
to ground out short to first Jim-!
my allowed one bit in the sixth.
Butch Reichart pitching one
the best gsmes of his career limit limited
ed limited the West Bankers to 0 runs or
two hits. One of the hits, credited
to Peterson, being of the tainter
ariety as the ball bounced well,
to the first baseman but with so
much spin that it caromed off his
mitt as he fielded it. The otw a
single by Pace, was well hit
through short. Butch had superb
control as he walked none arf
struck out eight.. ..
Tnis is curundu's fourth eh. m.
pkmship to the Armed Forres Ul.
tie League and certainly one of
m oesx cnamptonsmp clubs that
ever held this honor. Packed with
power, the best possible michm-
staff in Zent and Reichart, super,
defense a ad on his record the tor
in managers, Tony Piala ably ar
sisted br Joe Barahas. thia Man
btnatioB produced one of the best
teams ever seen in the lea rue and
it to to West Bank's credit that
they were able to beat Cunmda
twice and actually force them in into
to into a play-off for the second half.
The All Star same will be Blar
ed at Fort Clarion. on Saturtsv.1
J April 1957. More details will be
announced latex,

days.' First tour starts April
4, Saturday'. Return April 7,
Sunday. Transportation, sight-'
seeing, days and one night at
San Bias Islands Hotel, meals.
All for $25.00 each' person.
Bring your bathing suits and
camera. Plane flies straight to
Porvenir. No walking. Trips ev every
ery every week end. Reservations
must be made at Hotel El Pa Panama
nama Panama by 4:00 p.m. each Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Day: Telephone "Jungle
Jim," Panama 3-1440. Night
telephone "Jungle Jim," Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-1324 or see "Jungle Jim,"
by Jungle Jim.
base hit and a couple of costly
Lucky strike miscues to add
three 'Powells insurance runs in
the fifth.. v..
Second Games Date Not Yet
' The second game in the best
two out or three series between
the Atlantic and Pacific side
champions has been tentatlvelv
sei zor sunaay aiiernoon at Bal
boa Stadium. The date, how however,
ever, however, is not definite as the sta stadium
dium stadium is beinnf used Friday night
for the Balboa relays and there
is no certainly that it will be
ready for: baseball by Sunday
afterrioon...It the field is ready
for play game time Sunday wlfi
be S : 30 p.m." at Balboa with thl
fsame two- pitchers Olbson and
anna, atM w ioionce more, t
ii '".?' tiki'.;': .''.?. '.v1: ''' J
Th bWacores;
Lucky' Strike
,-;'Ai It H Po
Lombana as
Basile If Ve-v
Flynn 3b
Carlin rf, 2b
Halaall lb
3 :0
jonnson cf
TutUe cf
Halman c .......
Smith 2b
Raybourne rf ...
Cordovez rf
Hlna p f:.i
8 0
17 0 0 18 9
Hall lb ....
Dedeaux ss
Hooper cf
Gibson n ..
Ridge 3b ..
Hlghley 2b
Rlnehart If
Dunning rf
Lung rf ...
25 5 7 21 8
Score By Innings'
Lucky Strike
000 000 00
100 130 x 5
Sports Briefs
fending national riding champion
Willie Hartack hustled home three
winners st Gulfs tream Park Mon
day. Hartack scored on Revolark
($8.10), Blue Choir ($8.00) and
Boston Doge ($6.00) la the fea featured
tured featured Roamer Purse.
Cla. Engelion, 5. A.
28th St. No. 12-129
Phone 2-4970 Panama






'WANTED: .. 2 experienced

Beauticians. Call : Curundu
, Beauty Shop 2113.; er", Clayton
: WANTED: Experienced eta eta-,
, eta-, ble manager; must know all
' about horses and riding. Call
2-2451 or Ft. Clayton 2242 after f
4:00 a.m.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Furnished four
unit beech resort. Will provide
buyer with beach home plus
income. Ideal for retirement.
$200.00 down and $50.00 month monthly
ly monthly to responsible party. Phone
Panama 3-7258.
Ernie Harwell, the baseball an
nouncer, owns what is proDaoiy
the most comnlete orivate library
on the sport in the world. His ear
liest book is a reprint, first pub-
nsnea in km. h consists oi po
ems. 'Basebau" is the title of one.
And if bovs were nlaving base
ball before 1744, Abner double-day
could no more nave invented Base
ball in 1839 than we could fight
the Civil War in 1857.
In the first half of the 19th cen
tury baseball became increasingly
popular with both players and
fans, but it was far from the
same we know today.
Then the teams were oi indeter
minate size, ranging from 11 to 20
Dlavers. But by 1845 rules ana
regulations had advanced enough
for the first baseball- team to be
organized, it was called T n e
Knickerbocker Club of New York,"
and rules were written limiting
Dlavers to bine on a side.
In 1846 the .Knickerbockers met
the New York Nine. After tour in
nings, the game ends in a 23-1
victory for New York. In 1849 the
Knickerbockers turned fashion
nlates bv doning blue and white
uniforms. These baseball .suits
bore striking resemblance to cric
ket uniforms.
in 1851. after five years prac
tice the Kaickerbockers,' has in
deed imnroved. they beat a. team
called : "Washingtons of New
YorkA twice at the Red" H 6 d s e
Grounds in New York City,- 21-11,
the first time, and 22-20 the sec
ond. Immediately teams lncreas
ed. By 1858 there were enougn to
hold a convention.
fhsrtrtntf admission was a suc
cess ihe day it was born near Ja
maica, Long Island in 1858.
fin afternoon In 1864. William
A YCandv) Cumminss a pitcher
for the Brooklyn Stars gave birtn
. L 1 11
to me curve oau.
.. Todav. everv ble-leacue bitters
have been heard to call the pitch
"Public Enemv Number One.
In 1867 a team called ''Western
Indianapolis," lost, a g a me. to
Washington squad, 106-21. This is
offered as the worst catastrophe
ever to befall a baseball team.
There were a great many jo
in Cincinnati during the summer
of 1868 about a squad of grown
men wearing knickers revealing
tneVinoa nf hricht red. The Cln-
cinnati Red socks were in a u i-
ness. But iney uwni miu
sional until the following year.
Some players received as mucn
a iann for a season. It is said
that George Wright earned every
cent of it in a single game, ne
produced the first double play in
game with the Brooklyn Atlan-
tics. .
In 1866 Robert Addy of Rockford
hurrin. to a base, skidded along
the ground. The fielder t a g g eJ
where Addy would have been if
he had not skidded. Andy was
safe; The alide had. been invented.
But the glove had to wait until
i75. The mask arrived about the
same time but was. called a "bird
Pitcners naa one aavauiagc. i
took nine balls to waix a oaner,
until the 1880's, but the advantage
of the batters was even nigger;
whan th called for a high or
low pitch the pitcher had to
Little by uoie ana siep oy f
..... i i
we have come forward in neso neso-h.n
h.n neso-h.n hot what will it in the fu
ture. -.w
Take our boys here in uie i-anai
(Zone, at six they become wuie
Leaguers, from 12 to 15 with the
; Fastlich League. Wita so any
i years practice with small fry, it
will have to affect major leaguers.



AdditionalWorkins Capital required for Expan Expansion
sion Expansion of business with established reputation. In Investors
vestors Investors will be ifjven opportunity of eontroltint;
disbursements. For Interview regarding possibil possibilities,"
ities," possibilities," Address Box 1156 PansmL

WANTED: To trade IMS
Harloy 740 HV Motorcycle in
good condition for: good used,
car. Phone Balboa 2704,

WANTED: To buy aute.
mobile (1951-1953). .In .goes)
mechanical condition.. Call Tel.

used '12 cubic feet er bigger'-'
Commercial Type Deep Freeie f
Motor must operate on 25-cy -,
ides. Write er telephone The
-American Legion Club, Balboa

WANTED: Laundress and
aook. No. 18-44 Apt. No. 12 Ti Ti-Voli
Voli Ti-Voli Ave. -
Team v. IT
Pet GB
.500 a
.500 2
.250 4
.167 4
- ) Ocelots
'' .."5
Conejos .., 4.
Pumas ltr;H 4
Macaws i, -. .. 2
Pericos t 1
Garcia Delivered the Message)
, Garcia, palomas pitcher, had
little trouble in turning back the
Conejos by an 11-2 score, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon at the Fastlich
Teenage Ball Diamond, in thelf
bid to cop the second half aria
a playoff. Only four Conelo play
ers, Chassln, R. Hern, Miller and
Brandon were able to solve Gar
cia for hits,
In the first innlno- with a
three-two count, Doug Chassln.
coneios' second baseman, lined

one over the left field fence for
his first homer of the-season.
The Palomas batters upped
their averages for a record
eleven hits off the combined ef efforts
forts efforts of parker; -Klipper and
Williams. They scored, four in
the first on a double by Garcia,
two passed balls and three wild
pitches; two ln-the second on a
double by Ratbgaber and singles
by Allenand Klinertwo in the
third on singles bjr Rathgaber
and..Dolan.on; la. Jhet fourth
on a- single by Garcia and two
in the fifth ott a double by
Rathgaber and a single by Kline.
The Conejos scored one In the
first when chassln hit for the
circuit and one in the second on
three consecutive walk and. a
wild pltcht. ; :
For the Conejos R.; Hern had
a nerfect da.v t-ettintr one for

one. For the Palomas Miller was
also tops with one forgone.
A word of warning! ..
-Don't mis Fridav's. tame he
tween the Palomas and the Oce Ocelots.
lots. Ocelots. These two top teams tan tangle
gle tangle for first place honors. Better
be there early if you expect a
seat It promises thrills for the
fans as these two evenly match matched
ed matched teams should stage a thriller.
Friday afternoon at four thir thirty
ty thirty at the Fastlich Teenaw "Ball
Park. -, .
The box score:
Palomas Ah
Rathgaber 2b .......... 4
Allen Cf
Garcia p .... 4
Kline If 4
Pajak 3b .i...... 2
Huddleston ss 2
Sanders lb 0
Dolan e 3
Snyder rf e e -al
Miller rf ......,..;. 1
Thomas If
Williams 3b. d JO
Chassln 2b -.2
Parker p 0
Hare If
Hern. R. If l
ocoii, ci ............... a
jnuier. B. in J
Brandon ss..
Kllpper 3b, p, 3b
Stewart e .......
Hern, J. rf
SUMMAR .wo base hits:
Garcia,. Miller, Rathgaber t.
Home runs: Chassln. Earned
runs: Palomas 4, Conejos 2.
Strike outs by: Parker 1, Wil-.'
llams 1, Kllpper 3, Garcia 5. Bas.
on balls off;, Parker 4, Klipper 1,
Williams 0, Garcia 4. Left on
base, Palomas 7. Conejos 6. Um-
plres: Mohl ana Bateman. Scot- -er:
Dobaon. . T


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Tornado Kills
9 In Slow Roll

cross Dallas

" DALLAS, Tex., April 3 (UP) (UP)-;
; (UP)-; A tornado rolled slowly across 16
1 miles of DaUas yesterday, crush

ing an estimated 800 nomes, im im-'
' im-' ing nine persons and injuring at
feast 152. ...
The State Department of Puhlic
Safety estimated that 600 other
' "persons were hurt, but not serious seriously
ly seriously enough to go to hospitals. Box Box-tars
tars Box-tars full of bricks were blown
from railroad tracks.
Automobiles were blown over
houses. Fjre Marshal Guy Herbert
aid" one automobile blown over a
house, ''worked fine, even to its
fadio, after the tornado passed.
Tour of the victims in Dallas
were children, ranging from five
years to one month old. Fathers
returning from work went beserk
when they found their homes

i-or.1rArl and families cone ana

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"te tha people know the truth and the country is $afe Abraham Lincoln.

32nd FEAR





Teamsters' Union high command today
apparent break with Teamster president

WASHINGTON, April 3 (UP) The
wrapped; in secrecy the seriousness of its
Dave Beck.

At the same time, the Internal Revenue Service was reported to havtreferred
the results of its investigation of Beck to the Justice Department for possible pro prosecution.
secution. prosecution. The department declined to comment.

Beck in taking the Fifth Amend

ment 117 times before the Senate

hA n hnld them until they Racket's Committee rather than

calmed down

discuss his financial activities said

he had been warned he might be
indicted on income tax charges.
Members of the Taamsttr Ex-

Th tornado brok gas pipe

and lcti line. Many prin$
. s-yd In partly wrecked homes
U night, despite threatening
tnonderstorms, because they
Weired looters.
"Las night, hours after the Dal Dallas
las Dallas tornado, a twister to the west

Fnrt Worth licked up

house, carried it 70 yards and

LXeoVamaTedShed M MUSCUITl
The tornado that hit Dallas wasr
part of a brood of tornadoes that The sixth annual exhibit of the
Struck at least eight Teftas conn- Caribbean Stamp Club, sponsored
Ses and southeastern Ok'- na. jby the Canal Zone Library Mu Mu-Total
Total Mu-Total casualties in both ves seum, is now on d'splay in the

kvprn si least 10 ueau anu m-i iiat ukiimju case a. tc ciiiiautc

Sfamp Club Exhibit

a Now Being Displayed

cutive Committee refuted to
discuss what went on at a many
, hours-long secret meeting at
which the committee is reported
to. have overwhelmingly reject rejected
ed rejected Beck's proposed $1 million
"truth" campaign.

The only public clue was issued
late yesterday by Beck in the
form of a three-paragraph state

ment. fe
It said 'the committee unani
mously approved a "public rela

tions program" to fight "anti-labor
legislation." Sources said the
Committee voted to spend $150,000

-to $200,000.

The campaign possibly was the

union's answer to statements by
a number of senators saying they

would favor legislation to correct

, $ired.
Weather Bureau tornado fore forecasters
casters forecasters issued a severe thunder thunderstorm
storm thunderstorm and tornado alert for most

; ijbf Oklahoma, extreme western Ar-j
fcansas, northeastern Texas and,

jfcorth central Texas until 5 a la.


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of the Civil Affairs Building.

The exhibit consists of several

naees of a large general stamp

collection owned by C. W. Chase

of Balboa Heights. The collection

of general interest because of its
wide geographical appeal, will be

exhibited for the next two weeks

Durine the latter part of the

month, the collections of several

members of the club will be fea

tured. These will include duck

hunting stamps lent by Mrs. John
C. L. Adams; Costa Rican stamps

lent by J. E Stearns of Margarita:

postal covers, including first

flights, lent by Sgt. D. L. Mason

of Fort Clayton; and a special col

lection of Cuban stamps, the pro

perty of Luis R. Alfaro of Panama.
The Caribbean Stamp Club holds

meetings the. first and third Tues Tuesdays
days Tuesdays of each month at 7:30 p.m.
in the Tivoli Guest House. Those
interested are invited to attend.

A bochelor is o fel low who won't
get morried until he finds some someone
one someone who loves him os much as he
does. piue

Brush With Law

NEW YORK, April 3 (UP)
The Appelate Division of state
Supreme Court ruled today that
Darwin Deen, 38, did not violate
the Sabbath law when he paint painted
ed painted his mother-in-law's house on


Coral Sea Cone

The Navy carirer USNS Coral
Sea slipped out of her Balboa
berth at mid-morning too ay
after a three-day visit to the

alleged abuses turned up by the

senate rackets investigation,
US Saturday Mail
Delivery May End,
Summerfield Warns


ter General Arthur E. Summer

field warns ha may have to end

Saturday mail deliveries and post
al money order services if Con

greas does not restore a 58 million

dollar House cut in the postal
Summerfield told a Senate Ap

propriations subcommittee that an
end te these services would be the
result of a "hatchet approach" to

the postal budget for the 1958 fis

cal year.

"If. the cut Is not restored, he
said, a cutback in postal services
"cannot possibly" be avoided, He

cited the following "possible re

ductions of service:

Eliminate all mail delivery on


Restrict Saturday mall deliv

eries in cities to first class mail

Reduce mall deliveries In busi

ness sections to two a day.

Eliminate the sale of money or

ders by all except country post

Fail to provide any, new city de

livery routes in cities and sub-:


Judge Denies
Defense Plea


LONDON, April S (UP)-Jus-tice
Patrick Devlin, today re rejected
jected rejected a defense motion In the
trial of Dr. John Bodkin Adams
which asked that the murder
charged against the 58-year-old
bachelor should be quashed for
lack of evidence.
Judge Devlin told Defense At Attorney
torney Attorney Geoffrey Lawrence, "I
have considered your submission
on the doctor's evidence. My
conclusion Is that It does give
rise-to questions which can only
be properly d e t e rmined by
members of the-Jury. ;

; Lawrence said he will open the
case for the. defense after lunch.
Lawrence asked the court to today
day today to quash the murder
charge against Dr. Adams on
grounds there is "not sufficient
evidence." -
In a dramatic submission to
Justice Sir Patrick Devlin, Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence said there was no case for
him to answer..
He rose on the 13th day of Dr.

Adams' trial to plead that the
Judge throw out the charges ra rather
ther rather than prolone what had al

ready become the longest mur

der trla iln Old Bailey's record recorded
ed recorded history.
Lawrence's motion was not

unexpected after a battering
two weeks of cross-examination
ha dopened considerable gaps in
the crown case including an

expert witness's admission yes

terday that Mrs. Edith Alice

Morrell. whom Adams Is accus

ed of killing: with drugs, might

have died of natural causes.


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DEMONSTRATION IN PARIS Helmeted French riot police close In on pushing "and fighting
crowds demonstrating in Paris in support of French Amy action In1 Algeria and protesting:
the holding of French officers as hostages In Morocco. One person was slightly injured when
someone tossed a bomb detonator Into the crowd. ,

Democrats Retain Control Of U.S. Senate
With Hard-Fought Victory In Texas Election

DALLAS. Tex.. April 3 (UP)

The Democrats retained control

of the U. S. Senate today on the

hard-fought victory of Liberal

Ralph Yarborough in a Texas spe

cial election. y; ..
Yarborough torpedoed his'Dem

ocratic opposition and Republican
hopes in his first win in five tries
for high office.- They previously

had lost three bids for the gover governorship
norship governorship and one for state attor
ney generaL
His election meant that the Dem

ocrats will continue to hold a 49-1

47 edge in the U.. Senate. The
Republican Party; went all-out in

an effort to get a GOr candidate
elected and win a 48-48 tie in the

Senate. ;
With Vice President Richard
M. Nixan's tia-braak'ng vote.

Iranian Premter Jo Resign After Funeral
Of 3 Americans Killed In Bandit Ambush

TEHERAN, Iran, April S (UP)
High government sources said

Premier Hussein Ala would sub submit
mit submit his resignation today immedi immediately
ately immediately after the funeral services for

three Americans whose ambush-

slaying a week ago Sunday led to

his downfall.

Ala was baing succoadad by
Court Minister Manouchar Egh Egh-bal,
bal, Egh-bal, considered by Shah Moham Mohammad
mad Mohammad Raia Pahlevl te be a "hard "harder"
er" "harder" man than Ala. The Shah
wit reported dissatisfied with
Iran's economic development

under Ala and with security ar arrangements
rangements arrangements which permitted the
Americans te be murdered.

The Americans were Mr. and
Mrs. Kevin Carroll of Issaquah,

Wash., and Brewster A. Wilson of

Portland. Ore., officials of the U.

S. Point Four aid program. They

were murdered by bandits In re re-mot
mot re-mot Baluchistan ten days ago.

Two Iranian Point Four employes

also were killed in the ambush.

Two Iranian Point Four em

ployes were also killed in the am ambush,
bush, ambush, staged by ,a bandit gang led

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by legendary desperado known

as Dad Shan.
Felice have been hunting him
for nearly two weeks, but ra ra-pertt
pertt ra-pertt reaching here today indi indicated
cated indicated he and his followers had
craned the mountains into Pa.
kistaa and were hiding there a a-mong
mong a-mong friendly tribesmen.

Also leaving the government

with Ala today is Interior Minis

ter Assadullah Alam, who was di

rectly responsible for the security

arrangements in Baluchistan, and
who personally organized the

search for Dad Shan and Mrs. Carroll.

Graveside Services
For Mrs Maldonado

Graveside funeral services will
be held at. 10 i.m.s tomorrow at
Corozal Cemetery fpr Mrs. Blan Blan-ea
ea Blan-ea Zander Maldonado of Balboa
who died yesterday afternoon; in
Gorgas Hospital after. a long; ill illness.
ness. illness. JShe was SI years old. :
Members of the family have
asked that flowers be omitted.

Friends who wish may make do

nations to the Cancer Pund.

Mrs. Maldonado was born in
Panama. She is survived by her
husband, Joseph; by three sons,
Eugene White, a signalman for

the Panama Canal Company s

Marine Bureau, with whom -she
made her home, Charles J. Mal Maldonado
donado Maldonado and Joseph R. Maldonado,
OF Panama; and by a married
daughter living in Barranquilla. A
brother makes his home in Salvador.

this would have given the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans control of the Senate.
But Thad Hutchesoon of Hous Houston,
ton, Houston, upon whom the Republicans
had pinned their hopes, 'never
was in the running. ;; A '., i i-All
All i-All told, there were 20. men In
the race 18 Democrats and two
Republicans. The Republicans,
concentrating on Hutchesoon, bad
hoped that the Democratic majo majority
rity majority would split itg vote s wide widely
ly widely that a Republican' minority
would be enough;. to elect Hutch Hutch-eson."
eson." Hutch-eson." .-a.:-."
Yarborough will; fill 4th 21

months' remaining on theterntrof

Pnrce Daniel, who had to resign
front the Senate to be inaugurated

governor. rr-
The race .was one between two

Democrats Yarborough- and

congressman-at-large Martin pies.

: Dies ran a close second as
the hours ticked away last night
but whan the election bureau

closed its doors fr the night,"

Diat needed from 74 t so par

lection Bureau which tabulates re returns
turns returns for ewspapers.i and radia
and television, stations," estimated
that between' 80,000 and 100,000
votes were still out.
- Johnson said only "'the1 deep
forks of the 'creek" are to Re Reheard
heard Reheard from- and the trend- from
that vote had) been toward',' Yar Yarborough.
borough. Yarborough. , u j

vote to catch Yarboreug

When the Texas election bureau

iuit counting last night, Yarbo

rough had 310,842 votes to 255,018
for' Dies' and 202; 721- for HUicn-

eson. A total of 184 of 254 counties

had been heard from with 78 com

plete. V

The figure gave Yarborough -a

flat 37 per cent of the total vote.

Dies' had a percentage markof

30.35 and Hutcheson 24.13.

Robert Johnson, head of the E-

Judge's Bench

Marines To Adhere

To Present Active

Training Policies

Alabama Governor ;
Says Ike Can Use v
Guard's Helicopters


James E. Folsom. who -recently

was criticized for using Air Na

tional Guard planes. says Presi

dent Eisenhower can use the Ala

bam a guard's' three helicopters

anytime be wants.

Folsom took the side of the
IresidenMn the controversy over

whether he r should use govern

WASHINGTON, April 3 (UP) ment helicopters to fly from the

The Marine Corps announced to-Vhite House to National Airport

dav. it will stick to its nresent or to his toil outings.

training policy for young reser-t Folsom said he had ordered the

vjsts instead of following the t'iree helicopters to stand by at

army s ieaa in reaucing toe pen- near oy. oumer Air rorce ease to
Jose Eveneio Navarro, 23, and od -of service. be ready if Mr. Eisenhower

Dlegc Quintln Miranda, 37, both The corps said Marines 17 to s wuld ask for them.

Panamanians, paid $10 each yes-'JSWi years old will remain subject
terday In Balboa Magistrate's 1? seven and one half years of

Loun i or navmg no arivers 11- )aay reserve service after six


.months training on active duty.

!j"The state of Alabama," he

am,- leeis mat tne health, time

aid welfare of the President is

I The Army, in a maior revision worth more than all the helicon-

Albert Arthur Yates, 25, Amer- of its reserve program last week, tjrs in the" world. If the President

lean, paid the same fine for hav- c it the ready reserve obligation cecides to use them, the state of

ing no license w arive a motor to three years after six months Alabama will be glad to pay for
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STTREMENT CUTIFICATES were presented bv Gov. W. E. Potter to five Canal employes
who retired from active service during March. The ceremony took place in the Governor's
office at Balboa Heights In the presence of their Bureau heads. From left to right are Be.
n!mo 6elac, floating equipment oiler. Dredging Division: CoL Hugh M. Arnold. Engineering
and Construction Bureau Director; Mrs, May B. Duer, file clerk. Personnel Bureau; Leon E.
Dedeaux, building maltnenance lead foreman. Maintenance Division: Cant. W. S. Rodimcm,

Marine Bureau director: Albert McKeown. lead foreman boi)rmaker. industrial Division: Ed

ward A. Doolan. personnel director; Pottr: B. I. rverson, Trangoortatirm and -Termiaai. Bu-

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