The Panama American

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

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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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Ike Signs Mideast

Uoctrme rieagi

Use Of US Troops

WASHINGTON, March 9 (UP) President tisennovw
i today signed hi MiddU Ewt doctrine pledging the use

of Americart trbppe, if neceeeary, to detend .we, 011-ricn
area from Communist aggression.
," The resolution, the President said, "is ft further dem demonstration
onstration demonstration of the will of the American people to preserve
"pace and freedom in the world." r v t-

- ine provisions 01 wie eouiu-
.lnn and even more, the Unity
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'of national purpose which ..it
reflects," he said, "will increase
the' administration's capabilities
munist danger in the Mid-
East and to strengthening
' mwi aiAhilitv of the
general stability 01 tne.
rurn.r in th?Mid:
die
the
area.:
""' Mr, Eisenhower said that
"iames p. Richardson. his special
ambassador and adviser. will
" leave for the Middle East Tues
. dav td explain the resolution's!
. nnmonM. Once Richards'- mis-
slon Js completed, ha saldr the
envoy -will report pack on: tne
"most enectiver ways oi c"j"
lng out the program.
Mr. Elsenhower said he re
gards Rienaras' mission
"an essential; and Important
;Rcd Criis-Tuli Oif'
Annul I -birch" Fend
Drive Until Fall
, ft wss announced last week that
th rmi 7m. chanter of the A-
merican Red Cross has' postponedJ
its traditional March funtt cara cara-airn
airn cara-airn until Pall at the request,' of
1 the Governor's! Council for colun-
tary ".Giving so that arrangements
- can Wi studied for a concurrent
.mnisn with Other recognised
organizations ; in accordance with
a new; government-wide f u n d-
raising policy and' program. f
Thi nronain of "true volunta-
W aivinir" soecificalty provides for
separate soliciUtion period for
the American National Red Cross
in 111 romraumucs wtw, wu
the Red Cross chapter participates
In a local federated or united fund
Until such time as the single single-fund
fund single-fund campaign is conducted in the
Fall, the Canal Zone chapter will
operate on "funds contributed by
tha Army and Navy from their
ifli sinele-fund campaign a n d
from hmited reserves on hand.
. Th chanter Jin received, a
good start in its m 1957 campaign
with a contribution of 1 $7,155.50
from tf.S. Army Caribbean. The
' mnunl to be raised for the Red
Cross In the fait campaign would
oe the balance required to meet
the chapter's 1957 goal of $23,300
-.flus the quota assigned to it by
national headquarters for the year
195. j -'v-v ;
Baby Girt Burned
Tn n.alh A Fire
Razor Colon:
A five-month-old laby'girl was
burned to death' last night when
fire razed a shanty -in the Folks
River area of the city of Colon.
; The child, which reportedly has
1een left In the care of two older
children while the parents went
to see a performance of Frankie
Lymon and the Teenager's was t t-dentified
dentified t-dentified as Carmen Maria Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, third child of Natalio Gor
don and Lillian Bushier. The oth
er children were unharmed.
1 Quick work by the Colon fir
department prevented the spread
of the fire U other wooden shaeks
in the area, which Is littered with
pld .automobile frames.
4 Double Non-take
DETROIT, (UP) 9 (UP) -Two
rMket was out today for William
Yeiger, 28.
: He reported his ear stolen, only
U have police find it around the
corner from a tsvern from which
Yeager had telephoned his com complaint.
plaint. complaint. .-. ---' ,;-'
When he made the' ame com complaint
plaint complaint several hours later and
pel'ce fovnd the car In the sm
Yeaer wss arrested: for
drunkenness. . -. i .

4,

policies set
resolution."
for In the joint
1 He said .since "the policies are
based on the "concept 01 coop
nd military aid provided by
tf Z'JZ
th? resolution will be extended
only ln response' to requests
MldeasF governments, ,"we
must achieve the greatest pos possible
sible possible measure of understanding
ana recognition 01 common in interests
terests interests with the area govern governments
ments governments and their peoples."
tribal Chiefs Say
Veep Can Have 100
Wives If He Venls
i :MONROViAI'Libe'riar March
lurh-.JriD8i'Chifsrt nme Junjrte
districts vofef Liberia conferred the
title; of' chief M .Vice President
Richard M. pixon yesterday and
said hefwa entlUed to hav as
many wives as he wished. ,.
Nixon, wearing a rich black and
white striped robe and -a tasseled
rea cap in the steammg? heat,
graciously accepted the title of
cniei wnue ms preuy wue, Pat,
smiled in apprpval. Nixon re'
turned his wue's .am He when
Informed that some of his new
leiiow chiefs maintained as many
Nixon met the chiefs at the
campus of Onward University,
which he found to be as modern
as any in the world. He addressed
600 students of teaching and con congratulated
gratulated congratulated them on their choice of
professions. But he- said teaching
in Liberia was much the same, as
in me unuea Mates: "Tne com
pensation is not great, but there
is a no more important pro-
iession.
Nixon, who : arrived here "with
Mrs Nixon Thursday on their,
tour of African nations,; was
helped into his chieftain's .robes
by University President Dr.. Ker-
mit c -Rmg, a fellow Californian.
King became president of On Onward
ward Onward University, two veari amv
He is a graduate of the University
of- California at Los Angeles
(UCLA) and In 1937 was inter-
eoiiegiate oroaaiumplng -cham
pion at Kansas State Teachers
College.' i:
The delegation of nine district
chiefs was led by Chief Durokum-
pei of Liberia's big: north-central
Tappite district. Durokumpei wel welcomed
comed welcomed him with a speech rich in
oratory, while a crowd of natives
smiled and applauded at Nixon's
efforts to balance the little red
cap on his head.
. rom the university, Nixon and
his party set off on a dusty, four four-hour
hour four-hour automobile trip to the Liber
ia Mining Co. ore mines at BomL

FORMER TRCM.1N AIDES SENTENCED MaUhew J Con Con-jieUy
jieUy Con-jieUy tleft) and T. Lamar Caudle, who .served as White Houae
appointments secretary and director of the Justice Depart Department's
ment's Department's tax division respectively durtnr the Truman adminis.
traUon. meet In the Federal Building in St Louis, where they
were each sentenced to two years in prison and a J2.5O0 fine.
They had been convicted of conspiracy to fix a Ux casa..

J ; ' ' J, (NEA Radio-Telephoto)
REACH AGREEMENT ON WITHDRAWAY X)F TROOPS Commander of the United Nations
Emergency Forces MaJ. Gen. E. L. M. Burns (center) and Israeli Chief of Staff Mosh,Da Mosh,Da-yan
yan Mosh,Da-yan (right) leave a building In Lydda, Israel, after completing their "withdrawal" talks.

f

ISRAIXr TROOPS MOVE OUT OF GAZA -Israeli troops in half-tracks move 'along a road
in the Gaza Strip, Egypt,' during the withdrawal of troops from the area.. Helicopters of the
United Nations Emergency Force patrolled the Israeli-Egyptian border '., as Jong convoys of
Scandinavian and Colombian units moved up. to take the place of the departing troops.

.:i ', 1 .. ic it ir ir :K -'".y
Barring Of Israeli Ships From Suez

Seen As Violation Of UN

r: WASHINGTON', : March;
(UP-UiL officials saids today
Egypt's apparent new moves to.
bar t Israeli shipping from -the
Sues canal- violates at least
two U N- Seturity Council ac actions,
tions, actions, r : y-v
Thev made the statement on
the basis of dispatches from
Cairo that observers felt eertaln
that Egypt would continue to
bat: Israeli ships from. the re re-onened.
onened. re-onened. canal as ft has since
v. officials also were eon-
j.rni ihnut the EevDtian an
nouncement that Egypt would
rvrmlt ahlns throuch' tb canal
miv If tolls were nald to Ezypt
1 If tne Egyptians oar .., jara.eu
vesselsofficials'sald the action
would violate;
The. Oct. 13 adoption by tne
U.N. Security Council of iix
nrincioles for oneratlon of the
canaL The first of these princi
ples provides mat -mere snau
be free ana open transit mrouga
the canal witnout aiscrimina-
Uon. overt and covert
The sepumDer, secur-

lty Council resolution t h a t

Egypt quit barring Israeli ships
from the canal.. ...
Forrest Diinsmoor
Gels IleiYly-Creaf ed
PC, Executive Posl
' The promotion of Forrest G
Dunsmoor to the newly crested
post of deputy executive-secretary
was announced yesterday at Bal
boa HeiBhts 7.
'..... f
Dunsmoor will retain his previ
ous duties of administrative assistJ
ant to the Governor-Pfesldent.
Executive secretary Paul m.
Runnestrand aald yesterday that
in his new position, Dunsmoor
"wiU act broadly in all matters
affecting the office of the execu
tive secretary.
Dunsmoor has been with the Ca
nal administration a few months
less than 21 years. From 1944 he
was assigned to the office of the
engineer of maintenance. Except
for this period all of bis service
has been wita tne executive ouice.
Ha has been with the office -of
the Governor-President since Feb
ruary, 1951, first as execntive as
sistant and later as administra administrative
tive administrative assistant.
Eden Recovering
From NewVAttack
Of High Fever ;
AUCKLAND. New Zealand.
March 9 (UP) Former British
Prime Vlnister Sir. Anthony Eden,
39, was recovering today from his
latest attack of fever.
A medic tl bulletin said the va-
cationinf Eden's temperature felL
There was do abdominal inflam-i
mation or pain.
Eden, whose abdominal ailment

led Mm to resign aa prime minis-ninrtoa end Franklin Aterroa .e test. sponsors, sea wy wui re re-ter
ter re-ter lat Jan. I. has suffered sev- Balboa High School. mai the property ef the wdivJ-
1 . : L. l- Cl..J..t. fMM all ltl C I I 'illlftla

rrai aur&s 01 icrer hid"- nr b
BritaHi for a cruise to New Zea
land following his rcsigoatloo.

M 4-
Resolutions
Cairo dispatches said Israeli
vessels apparently are barred
from the canal which so far Is
open only to ships of 500 tons
or less while the-canaj is. under.
going final clearance. But the
inaicauons were that Israeli
ships of all size will be barred.
Dates Announced
For Governor's.
'A
Community Meets
Datesand lecatio'ns have been
set for 'the twe coming commu community
nity community conferences which Gov.
Potter will held within the new
' few -weeks. ' .- t
. y t
The M.S. community confer conference
ence conference will take place at 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 27, in the
Diablo Heights Service Center.
' The conference with repreteav
sontatives of the Latin Ameri American
can American communities is scheduled for
4:39 p.m. the following Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, April and will be held at
the Rainbow City High School
auditorium. a
' Normally, the Latin American
conference precedes that far fhe
U.S. communities -by a, woolc It
has boon deferred because ef
Potter's expected absence the
wek ef March If to ettend ap appropriations
propriations appropriations hearings ia Wash Washington.'
ington.' Washington.' Six CZ Junior High

' Winners of the "Admirals and.nity. '"
Onerala for i Dit" contest were The contest was hmited to en-

amwuneed by the board of judges jtries nUinlng no more than 2S
today: Lecky boys and girls who word!' Punctuation, grammar and
will preside as honored guests of nestaaus were also considered to
the Armed Forces on the Isthmus 1 have a strong bearing in the sc scare
are scare Katherine Kucikas and JohajJecttng el winners. V

Clark. Cristobal High School, Pe Pe-r
r Pe-r Mark and Carole Sink. St. Ma-
ry's High School, and Judy Pea-
oiwvt ....
?oie Junior High Schools wert
mtbium La Lrv tor uus erven-

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

Official notification of the
proposed transfer of the for for-er
er for-er Pacific Service Center to the
Panama government was re received
ceived received yesterday by the Panama
Foreign Office, 'S V."
A letter from' Panama Canal
executive secretary Paul Run Runnestrand
nestrand Runnestrand informed Dr.; Jaime de
la Ouardia, of the Ministry's U.a
relations department, that the
Canal's, board of directors has
agreed to the transfer off the
building. .,.vi.. -is ...-..' ,;"
The1 building will be torn
down and rebuilt in the Bar?
rasa area as a public recrea recreation
tion recreation center- , ;,
The Canal v board's decision
was the result of- a letter sug suggesting
gesting suggesting the transfer sent by
Panama's U.N. entoy George ,.W.
Westerman to Gov. Potter.
Mayor Jos Agustin Cajar Es Es-cala
cala Es-cala has ordered police to halt
the construction of any new
shanties ln the Hollywood shan
ty town and surrounding areas.
it is reporieo mat enannes
are beings built on other private
property around Hollywood. The
mayor ordered police to demol demolish
ish demolish any new shanties beinr built,
especially in the area planned
for the extension of Frangipanl
Street.
A correspondent of the tabloid
El Dia quoted the owner of a
copper mine in Tole Chiriqui,
as savins: that a group of U. S.
geologists were coming in about
two weeks to establish the-ex
indications m .-t
lode is 4f sufficient uantity
tn make extenalv mlninr en
The correspondent said the
geologists would also survey
manganese deposits ln the prov
ince of Col6n.
La Hora' reported today that
the government Is c presently
studying the reduction of duties
on some consumer goods and
will resent a bill to that effect
to' the- Permanent Legislative
Committee- The bill will be the
result of studies being made by
committee along with Finance
Minister Rub6n D. Carles Jr.
The same tabloid also re reported
ported reported the arrest of a woman
whn had been ooeratins an
illegal package liquor store in
a trailer, from wnicn sne ram
liquor In the VcinitT' of the
Carnival toldos. f;
The woman, who did not have
a license, was identified as Mrs.
Dorotea Camargo.
Tax Blitz Against
Proposed
By Wisconsin Solon
WASHINGTON, March (UP)
Sen. ; Alexander Wiley (R-Wls)
said today the Internal Revenue
Service should conduct a "tax
blitz" against hoodlums. r
He said the nstion already is
shocked by disclosures in the
Senate committee investigation of
underworld infiltration of labor
unions.
"The honest -rank and file of
American labor," Wiley said,
"and the overwhelmingly honest
leadership of labor are deeply
desirous , that once and for al',
the stain of racketeering be
cleansed from the trade union
movement
' The senator said he bad .one
suggestion to make:
'"It is my' hope thst there' will
be a complete analysis by the
executive branch of the extent to
which bribe-taking and gangster
consorting union officials may
have evaded their fair share of
federal- income taxea."

School Students Win ; V

j night to Preside Admirals, Generals

The six wis aeri wui ne preese liv lived
ed lived caps bearing the fe-sUr rank
by officials of the VTW, the coa
. ;
rwmiiii m .JlT:'
sioua wui kuuu-

Scrap Contractor
Says Hejd Be ,f
Happy To Pay If;

The Canal Zone comes within the coverage of th
US Federal minimum wage law, and therefore the steve stevedores
dores stevedores presently loading scrap on to the Japanese freight freighter
er freighter Fukuzan Maru are entitled to $1 an hour, a union
spokesman indicated today.
Milton Murray, administrative vice-president of thi
American Federation of State, Country and Municipal
employes, with which Local 900 is afffiliated, has stated
in Washington that there does not seem any doubt ap applying
plying applying to the Canal Zone. He has assigned two legal as assistants
sistants assistants to check into the Fukuzan Maru case.
John V. Carter, head of the firm which hired the
non-Panama Canal stevedores in question, said today
that if the $lan hour was the legal minimum wage "we
will not raise merry hell. We'll accept it gladly. We'll
love it. We prefer to pay $1 an hour because we work or)
a percentage of the cost." -i'.
Murray stated that the administrator of the Fed-

era 1 Minimum wage low
the ruKuzan Maru at any
union,, bulletin posted mit
,sk pis. ia'i'fiuQ4 i
dressed to .all ciocJc employes,,
said that "Once, the union forc forces
es forces the contractors to pay Si per
hour they will raise merry hell J
and get out of the Canal Zone." ;
, "Wo wul not. raitee merry
hell at all,' we'll gladly accept
It. Since we work on a per percentage
centage percentage of the cost, we make
more when we pay more, so we
prefer to pay SI an hour."
Carter added that they were
definitely going to pay the pre prevailing
vailing prevailing wage rate "and in
some cases, even more." lie em emphasized
phasized emphasized that to data no one
from the local union has ap approached
proached approached him to discuss the
situation.
"We just don't know what
they are griping about," ho
said. Carter explained that he
had offered union members
gl an hour but was informed -that
the union had instructed
its members to refuse the of-
f er.
Carter termed the action by
the local union as the 'strang 'strangest
est 'strangest thing in union history.'' He
said they were obviously fight
ing to get SI an hour for unor unorganized
ganized unorganized workers while on the
other hand their own organized
members get 60 cents an hour.
1 never beard or a union
fighting for their men to get
less pay. Who are they in
league with the devil?" Car Carter
ter Carter asked.
yesterday a labor source re remarked:
marked: remarked: "When you see a man
stealing ln a bank you don't
talk to the man about it, you go
to the police," indicatm? that
they had gone to the police
the administrator of he Fair
Labor standards Act.
When asked to comment on
thi remark. Carter said:
"No one saw anyone stealing
in a bank since no one has been
paid yet for their services. The
contractor mav pay $2 an hour
If h so decides. Maybe we'll
pay them .a premium when the
work Is done that's my pre prerogative."
rogative." prerogative." William H. Sinclair, interna international
tional international representative of Local
00, said today that the union
was concerned over the prob problem
lem problem because in 1931 the Build Build-in
in Build-in Division had some 15St
employes. Then the Canal
started gtvlnc work to private
contractors, he said. Little by
Uttle more building projects
were given on contract, and
ral er a General and wui be fol followed
lowed followed by a full day's activities
featuring visits to the Canal Zone
ftavamor! Commander.-Caribbean
Command: Commander C a r i b-
beaa Air Command: Commanding
General, United States Army Ca
ribbean, and ue UJramiuiani,
15th Naval District.
The VFW has sponsored this
contest since the first unified Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Day in 1950.
Previous winners were not eh-
.
1.1' T
this
wa.

couia pe expected to rule on

rime rr.
iodavhiS0V.fi
- toen i exiW ny mwe, y ;
-labor man contended. --
. 'W have t to protect these
cohtract stevedores In order -to
protect ourselves," Sinclair add added.
ed. added.
Meanwhile Sinclair. saidY he
received word from Murray that
he had assigned James Carroll
and r. t. Thompson, both legal
assistants at international head headquarters
quarters headquarters to check into tho spe specific
cific specific case. : -, i
The union here has also re received
ceived received author Ration from
Washington to organize contrac contractors'
tors' contractors' employes. .1.
They had requested Jurisdic Jurisdiction
tion Jurisdiction over these unorganized
workers earlier this year, and
were Riven the go-ahead sign
from Murray who said he had
no objection.
The union can now include all
non-citizen employes working
in the Zone whether they were
employed by government agen agencies,
cies, agencies, contracting firms or other
operations. .... t t,
A union spokesman today
reiterated their position as
being the same aa far as 'ne 'negotiating"
gotiating" 'negotiating" with any partial
lar contractor is concerned. It
was pointed out that the on onion
ion onion along w:th the CLU-MTC
-are only seeking compliance
with a law that is in exis existence.
tence. existence. t ;
'No one is seeking more or less
than what is provided in tho
Fair Labor Standards Act," rhi
added.
The spokesman claimed' that
union officials on ths Isthmus
will stand put until such time
as a ruir.g is riade by he Do Do-parimcnt
parimcnt Do-parimcnt ri Labor, and praired
Uie Canal Zone Administration
for the ac' Ion -taken to Impress
the firm of John V. Carter and
Son that it would be wiser to
pay Canl Zone wages at least.
"This Is a precedent and tho
union will insist that ali firms
abide dv the final ruling of tho
Labor Department's Mirhrmm
Wage Administrator," he stat-
CU.
on pier is uxiay 10a a in g op operations
erations operations of 11.000 tons of scrap
were going "full, steam ahead.
A Canal supervisor working
a f Via nir rtraLieri th wrtrk nf
PanCanal Terminals Division
stevedores who were helping
pie the scrap in heaps along the-
pior.
He also commented that: the
Panamanian stevedores hired
bv Carter seemed to be doing a
good job.
-It took them a day to get
Ai,,.imA tn tm wirlr tti tha
are doing f?ne now,", he said.
It was estimated that tho
loading oneratkm would oroba oroba-brv
brv oroba-brv take Jess than a week.
The Jan shin was expected to
be moved down along toe pier
sometime today as a conven convenience
ience convenience for the loading work.
Seconds
DETROIT, March t -fUPV
James Pace, Z3. made the mistake
of visiting a restaurant the See See-end
end See-end time.
Pace was arrested afjer a wa t t-ress
ress t-ress recornired as the

year s. who had nexi p ue resiauxiiu
- earlier this week,



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This it largely to let Pop Wright know how things are go go-jliig
jliig go-jliig in Boquete, tne place I believe he iove more than Texas,

and Pop is a Texan.
if The coffee crop is going to be no better than last year,
nevertheless tne optimisuc boquetenos are planning a big col col-tfes
tfes col-tfes iestival next month to celebrate -the valley's chiei crop.
There will be a Queen and, all the trappings of a carnival. .Tne
Queen is now being elected and there are plenty of candidates
f SiBht0Ireduced the harvest last year and the plantations
have not yet recovered, but next year may be something dif-
"a picnic to a waterfall in the Calderas Valley showed the
effect of the blight. A coffee tree that should be loaded held
perhaps one or two dozen berries at the top. However that
tame tree may be loaded next year.
2 I doubt whether Pop ever saw the waterfall which is across
the river and valley from Mrs. Archer's coffee flnca, one of the
tmtertffis between 50 and 60 feet high in 1 a beautl
aetting. It is worth the climb at the end of a road that some
day will climb up the valley and though the pass to cerro Pun Pun-la.
la. Pun-la. Apparently the road has already been surveyed, Judging
irom the stakes and markers. .tfW
The picnic is worth mentioning. First there is the aetting
on the bank of the Rio Caldera which boils and brawls over the
rocks, clear and cold. The air, to use an overworked cliche,
pure and cool, "whets one's appetite."
I The fare: fried chicken, salad and a huge JJJJ
aame morning, and champagne The last was to celebrate 1 the

arrival of the one nunarea ana mst muuiuu uu me
pt. Carlos Pedreche.
(Excuse me, please, but It has Just started to rain and after
f good lunch of "arroz y frijoles" with fresh strawberries for
Sesert, I'm going to hit the hay. or the sack or
I opened a copy of Jose Ramon Jimenez' "Platero y Yo,

when I lay down and the piece was "i ArrunuL
Crooner). He wrote of. the crooning of the miners wife to her
itfno, not the crooning of Frankie Sinatra et al. "Mi nlfio se va
aV dormir. . y por dormirse mi nlfio, se duerme la arrolladora.
that's what it did to me.
J Boquete is painting its face like a woman putting on her
make-up for a party. The houses are taking on the colors of
dome of the flowers but not the richness and freshness of the
ilowers A tiny choza on South Second Street is all dolled up in
dark red, Delft blue and bright yellow. All of this Is in prepara prepara-tioa
tioa prepara-tioa lor the Coffee Festival next month.

Peter Edson
In

Washington

WASHINGTON ( NE A ) With

congressional economizers talking
bis about how .President Eisen

hower's 72-bmion-douar budget ior

next year will be cut, attention
focuses naturally on the bieeest 1-

iem in me Duaget. rnis is tne 43

oniion flohars, or 60 Der 'cent of

me loiai, waicn goes ior national
defense This includes atomic wea

pons anl foreign military aid.
Tnere is every indication that.

instead ot being cut, the national

aeiense Duaget might even be in increased
creased increased by Congress, which is in interested
terested interested in more aeiense not less.

xen years ago the atomic bomb

was stui a mere 20-megaton puff,
the hyd -oeen bomb haa not oeen

perfected and most missiles were

still being guided on drawing
boards, it was then thou eh t that

tne pusn-outton war of the future
would be far elss expensive than

old-style conventional warfare.
Only a few f arsighted mdiviauals
in Washington figured correctly
that just tne opposite would be
true. It appears the more compli

cated war becomes tne more it

costs.

SCRAPPING OF THE BIG B-36

bombers and all other piston-en

gine military aircraft this year.

to ne replaced by jet airvralt, of'

iers some easy examples.

World War II fighter planes

cost $150,000 to $200,000. Today's

meaium-range jets like tne tacti

cal bombers cost from $481,000

for a Navy FJ4 Fury to $2,700,000

tor a iJ-Btj.

The electronics system of a B-

52 jet bomber today cost more

than a B-Z8 bomber of the type
that dropped the first A-bombs on

japan.

the costs of suided missiles

of which there weren't any in

World War II run upward from

$100,000 apiece for the Air Force
Matador to $210,000 for the Navy's

iieguius.

I

'1 1 No Waste of Shoe Leather
i k"lf J-i v- '- 1 -t'"

But-.thl hronicle would not be complete without a word
-bout Roque, Vot rK6que CordercW the Panaman an 1 composer
V 'hc?haVlust w5n a prhe of $5000 ia Caracas. This Roque is a
-little iamb hit "(hi one that followed W MBit nurse, rhytne.

but fthia fleece la not white a snow,- i,a ne m, "?
and Ma ears are black and he has oneblack leg:

Ailf Arias. Roque was a birthday present of Ricky Janson via
MsAincle Dr. Carlfls Pedreche. His name comes from Ricky s
iUempt at "Rock and Roll," but Roque Is not a "rock and
llet". . he is a ballet dancer.
A He Is lust as frisky as the lambs in the pictures in the
lory books. He leaps into the air and does a lamb-like en en-&chat.
&chat. en-&chat. Then he stands on his hind lmud estuKr" J"?
t i fore legs and turns Mis head as coquettishly as any ballerina.
U sad to think that some day Roque, instead of being a ballet
ncer, wiU be mutton. That will be a sad day for both Roque
nd Ricky.
Crede Calhoun

All Navy costs have risen fan fantastically.
tastically. fantastically. A World War II subma submarine
rine submarine cost 17 to 18 million dollars a a-piece
piece a-piece without the reactors.

Postwar aircraft carriers of the
Forrestal class most modern a a-float
float a-float today cost 200 million dol

lars. But -the new atom-power
carriers will cost 300 millions.

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UEnRY-Go.Rou;jD

y BIIW PIAIIOM

WASHINGTON Sen. McClel

lan's lnvestieatine t Cnmmittan i

doing an important job of expos exposing
ing exposing teamster racketeering, soma

oi it, incidentally, reported by this

coiumn beginning April 30, 1956.
However, the Senators aren't

giving the full story On the Port

land, Ore., underworld.
.When McClellan called big, gum gum-chewing
chewing gum-chewing Jim Elkins as his prize
witness, it was known that Elkins

had something of an underworld

history, but it wasn't known how
much of a history, nor as it men

tioned that he is-eut to elect city
Councilman Stanley Earl as next

mayor ot Portland.
Big Jnn-is also bent on retalia

tion against the elements that
knocked him out of the pinbail

inacnine racKet, namely tne team

sters, xney deserve retaliation.

But ena untold sidelight is that.
Big Jim and his friend Stanley
Earl would not ba averse te us using
ing using the McClellan hearings at a
publicity megaphone te help
take control ef the dry ef Porto
land.

Earl, now a City Councilman, is

City Councilman Stanley Earl.
Ik?.1" th-.PtrT.,th Com.
mlttae Isn't tailing about in Its
probe lata Portland racketeer.
wg. t r
The two men have "been close
III yars-,!art,n bounce
for the Elkins brothers, Earl
worked his way up in the CIO.
was sent to Korea as a U.S. labor
representative, ant hr-ic v.-

Korean War, began devoting him.

a i-uruana pontics and was
elected to the City Council in 1952.
At the time nf Karl'. i-n

his. frined Big Jim Elkin bossed"
Portland's pinbail Industry,1, along

" vmci uuuci woria enterprises.
Pinbail machines were supposed
to be illegal, and one of Earl's
first acts .after becoming Council Council-man
man Council-man was to propose legal pinbtU

machines,

TEAMSTERS MOVE IN

Meanwhile; the Teamsters beitan
moving in. Their ; &tin

drive to orearuza umrkr

handled pinballs.
This1 F.llfini.

assuming the role of a reformer, squeer him out, and at first ho
Truth is, the City Councilman be-, tried make a deal? 1 n .!

Walter Winched In !etvYorl(

MEMOS OF A GIRL FRIDAY

" gAN ANTONIO BUGLE
J&r:
If my memory serves me right in the spring of '45 Count
JUa ommtjiM waienbero- were Kuests of Capt. Eliot in my

house in Boquete. and the next week Swedish diplomat Raoul
Vtalenberg, their son, ahowed for a few days' rest, but was i call call-Tirf.T.t
Tirf.T.t call-Tirf.T.t TTnnirarv t.h next dav. I followed his move

ment to Budapest and wrote about is at the time when he dls
m.rmA trnr. fa fac nf tha earth, and I surmised the Rus

aians had nabbed him. Watched and listened for something on

it alnce.

On Weekend News Monitor not long ago I picked up what
I had been looking for and, as I thought, the Russians had
taken him to prison in Moscow and had liquidated him a
Russian name for murder. This opens the door for speculation

nri a. win nvr h rnnan how manv have met the same rate.

With the German scientists captured, they have managed to

keep up with us no end. We are at their mercy, and ngni now

too many are Itching to Jump on us.

This la my month, and on the 23rd I will complete 94 years

and feelina: fine, and the doctor down on tne corner gave me
a thumping In January says he can see no reason why I should
not make at least a century.

I am laying- away change to make a trip down In Mexico

and see if I can find any of my old menos oi 67 years ago,
when I left the country.
ff Oeneral rains throughout the country have put Texas in
the best shape in more than 20 years, and the crop prospect is
grand. Some grass is beginning to grow for the half starved
herds over the country.
! This does not include the champions in the fat stock show
Jnst passed, for their owners would go hungry to buy them feed.
'. My son is not doing well but is still able most of the time
to drive his Oldsmobile, which the doctor advise against. 6o
fjxs the world.

Br:

"Pop" Wright

SQUEAKS AND WIGGLES

: I would like to direct this letter mostly to those who have
written letters about Elvis Presley or Frank ie Lymon. What in
the world has come over all these people? Have you noticed
that these letters have been coming in mostly since we found
out that Frankie Lymon was coming; to Panama? Would the
aAlne thine happen if Elvis were to come down?
' The one thing I am not going to do is to take aides. I love
Kris Presley and have quite a few of his records. I also think
that rrankie Lymon Is really great. He and his Teenagers real real-Jr
Jr real-Jr do a fine Job. t
! X don't think that H is fair to compare Elvis and Frankie
the way some people are doing. Look at the difference In age
for one thing. They are different in most other ways, too. Let's
ttink this over and maybe take back some of the nasty things
said. Arent we civilized, decent oeople?
',: The way some talk yon would think that this was a life
and death affair. Let's let those who tike Elvis best continue
t do so with oat such biting words. The same goes for Frankie
and his Teenagers. I know that I am going to continue to like
boUi of them a lot lost as I have always done.
laapartial

EVEN THE SMALLER WEA WEAPONS
PONS WEAPONS for the Army have more
than doubled in price. An M-l ri

fle cost only 41 in World War II.

same rule today costs $95.
.,A Jeep that cost $1,050 only 15

jcarg ago today cost $2,700.

in laci-tne cost of national de de-Mtfsa
Mtfsa de-Mtfsa todlv. Bier man in uniform.

fs iore than 50 per cent higher
than what it cost ner man to rnn.

duct the shooting war in 1944 and

World War II was fought at an
average cost of less than $10,000

per man per year.

In the liscai year ending June
30, 1950, just before the Korean
war broke out, the cost dropped
to less than $9,000 per man.
In 1953, last year of the Korean

war, tne cost bad hit $14,000 i
year,
END OF THE KOREAN SHOOT.

inu didn't reduce the cost the

way it did after World War II

They went lo.

In the peaceful years from 1955
to 1957 the U.S. armed forces

were cut to 2.800.000 men. The

military budget dropped to 40 bil

lion dollars. It put average mili military
tary military costs at $14,290 a year per

man, in rouna numoers.
This cost is to be increased o o-ver
ver o-ver $1,000 per man for next year,
however. The budget now before
Congress for fiscal 1958 calls for
total national defense expenditures
of 43 billion dollars. Strength of
armed services will remain at the

2,800,000 figure.

That means it will cost $15,350,

on tne averagev to xeop a U.S
fighting man in uniform.

The only hopeful aspect of these

figures is that if this trend conti

nues, eventually war may price lt-

seu out of existence.

Dear WW: Boris Morros. wh

is all over the front pages via the

itussian spy story, ireely gave in
terviews to Variety and Art Buch-

waid (in Pans) boasting about his

many trips to Russia. He told N.Y.

friends abroad that he was selling

old movies and making deals for
Soviet films. That he had the okav

irom "proper" u.s.A authorities
and the Eric Johnston office. In

Vienna when the new opera house
opened Morros was always in the

spotlight driving around in a flashy

car wearing ms iamiuar beret
and inviting big shots and news newsmen
men newsmen to be his guests. He apparent,
ly was "loaded." He also leased
several handsome houses in Vienna

where those guests dwelled in atyje

on. mm. i near ne divorced his long longtime
time longtime wile, a lovely woman, and

wea a mucn younger oou.

Ran Into Darryl Zanuck last
night at El Morocco. He may fly
to H'wood any plane. Some big
deal he isn't ready to reveal. His
eyeful companion had actress Gly Gly-nis'
nis' Gly-nis' Johns and almost everyone else

straining their necks ogling her al

most uncovered frontage Heri

name is Nadlne Tallier, French

screen star, wnose latest film is

'Folies Bercere." not seen vet ov

er here. She is 24. blonde, and so

good, said Mr. zanuck, she made
ten pictures in one year ... Also

she is not a chump. She invested
her great earnings in two swanky

apartment bldgs in Paree ... She

will play Georgette in Hemingway s

The Sun Also Rises" for Mr. Zan

uck. She is the only other female

in the story ... The star is Ava

Grace Kelly may return to the

movies if they agree to a clause

that gives a good chunk of the
profits to chsrities In Monaco
Dean Jones, the 24-year-old rising

comet at MGM, was a Methodist
lay minister when he was 17. In

Decatur, Ala ... "Royal Heir," the: Chevy Chase spot ... The ex-Mrs.

j. jjimaggio (Dorothy Arnold) will
play a sinful Sally in MGM's

"Lizzie" film ... TeVeee insiders
hear that ex NBChief Pat Weaver's

tuture plans include a mighty ven-

iure wiw in. looo ... Peggy Mc Mc-Carren
Carren Mc-Carren of "Li'l Abner" and Frank
Murtagh, the jiujitsu tutor, may
end the struggle end try matrimo matrimony
ny matrimony ... Billy Rose old frunH h wnc

duped in London, where he pur-

wiaocu spuuuus copy oi a no no-garth.
garth. no-garth. Didn't complain because

it is so good.' J

Kentucky Derby entry, is owned

by Judy Garland and husband

Jane Ross will be auditioned bv

ine Actors studio Monday. She
will do a scene from ''Baby Doll."

the wisenheimers tell me she's a

comer ... The girl you liked in H'

wood at Ciro's (Shu-ley Bassev)

has 3 offers (in your mail) to come

to N.Y. Bon Soir is interested. So
is Monsignore. We also have one
from David Merrick, producer of
the upcoming show, "Jamaica" ...
Her discoverer in London was Jack
Hylton. He signed her for "Suc"i
Is Life" show and she romped off
with the notices.
American Research Bureau, one
of the leading rating-takers, in TV i
awarded "Frontier" the medal for

"best program in New England in

gan his career as a bouncer I n

one of the Elkins brothers' after

hours joints, once was jailed for

strong-arm tactics in union acti

vities, Oct, 8,. 1942 In Spokane:

and wrote a strong letter trying to

get a pardon for Big Jim ttikins

after anting was thrown into am

Arizona jail for assault with intent

to kin.

This is the man who is helping

turn the spotlight on the Team Teamsters.
sters. Teamsters. They deserve the spotlight.

But so does the other side.
And here is the further record
of the other man, Big Jim Elkins,
who is exDosinc the Teamsters

snd who wants to make his pal,
Stanley, Earl, mayor of Portland.

plied ior membership in the Team

sters. But he .was turned down,
and the union notified him that if
he persisted in operating -his ma machines,
chines, machines, it would put him on 1 the
unfair list.

A SORDID RECORD
The Senate Committee treated

Elkins gently, making only hurried
reference to his sordid b a c k-

ground.
The fact is that he has a three

page record for; everything from

attempted murder to dope smug

gling. His first rap was for steal

ing a car back'in 1920. Later ne

branched out into burglary and

dope smuggling.

Federal agents picked him up

in 1932 for attempting to smuggle

heroin into the country.

" While out tinder bail, be was
surprised by police in the act of
burglarizing a warehouse In Gila
County, Am. '.tj ;
Elkins and his accomplice shot

their way out of the police trap

' This amounted te aa ultima.

turn to Big Jim to get out and
sail his machines ; to someone
the Toamttera would accept; He
bowed., His machines were sold
to Stan Tarry, Veral Wright, and
Leu Dunls.
But lo and .behold, no sooner
had Big Jim quit the pinbail busi business
ness business than his friend .Councilman

Earl came out against them.

v With sudden righteousness-, he
attacked pinballs, as, a vicious
gambling device. ; ; ; ;
Big Jim tried to go into the
punchboard business. A short' time
thereafter, Councilman Earl intro introduced
duced introduced an ordinance to "modif y the
ban on patchboards'. 1 ""
This is part of the other Side of
the coin brought out .at "Senator.
McClellan Y very important hear hearings.
ings. hearings. v.

They keen reDortinv that t

Power's ex-wife (Annabella) will
wed the Marauis ot Milfnrrf

But this is not likely, if she re-mar-

nes. ffy s $50,000 a year alimony bur were captured two. hours lat lat-'
' lat-' ends Her doctor counsellel er. v -t i -a v
JinArPrntHAii An- n 1 J -n u ,' i .n i r

?5C4!.mcbeV T1!! riw enti?ie lnes. 2 months. Doesnt assault with intent to kill, was pa-

1 .1 ?i c Vw r,uu iDer m 1UCK ever end? ...Add .sue-roled in 1938, but promptly tossed
that for the Senate probers...ChriE-, cess stories: Sidney Poitier's filmlback in the clink for getting mix mix-tine
tine mix-tine Norden, Britain s answer to. salary tripled since his "Edca nf:rf tin with .a" una of warehouse

the City." Not many years ago he thieves.
was pushing a handtruck in thel The next year, he was released
Garment Center ... Yvonn Arlair int tha onctnHv nf his hrnthnr.

(who quit her rich husband) and 'Fred, on the pledge he would

Lana Turner, came here to make

the grade in films, but couldnt

convince them in H'wood. So she
returned to London where J. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Rank Signed her within 24

hours. For an American role, yet!
I hear the "Tonight" program wi'l
try another format without colym colym-ists
ists colym-ists as hosts. Two of them, howev however,
er, however, say they have 2 year contracts.

Mike Wallace and -Tex and Jinx

phoned. Want you to go on. You

can t until you do it for Ed Mur
row, who asked first years ago.

Anita Loos, whose "Gentlemen

Prefer Blondes made her so rich,

has a most attentive companion

these nights. He is Jean Pierre

Gredv. a French playwright ...Add

chorine diets "gu a r a n t e e d" to

sneive s ids in a weex: ureaKiasi:

Three prunes. For lunch: Three

apples. For dinner: Three bananas.

Raspberry tea after each meal ...

Disc Jockey Art Ford and Fran

Scott did the romantic-bit at the

Corpses Washed Up
In Mexico May Be

Lost U. S. Tourists

ACAPULCO. Mexico. March i-

(UP) A Mexican farmer discov discovered
ered discovered two bodies on a nearby beach

today and police said they may
be those of two New York tourists
missing since Feb. 20.

Franco de La Paz said he found

the corpses on the beach at Arena 1
de Gomes. He said they apparently
had been washed out oi the sea and

were badly deteriorated.

He said the bodies appeared to

be those of a maa and a woman

but he could aot tell whether they

were young or old.
The missing persons: Mrs. E-

dith Halleck, a Brooklyn widow,
and New York attorney, Joseph
Michel, were middle aged.

Kellys Are Back
In New York
After Christening

NEW YORK. March fTPl

Mr. and Mrs. Jotm B. Kelly, par-

ema m rnncesa urace oi Monaco,

arrrrea nere ywteraay after at attending
tending attending christening ceremonies for
their granddaughter. Princess Car Caroline.
oline. Caroline.
They flew la from Nice, France
with their granddaoghter, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Davis, 12, who served as
godmother at the christening. 1

w
MA is

mm-

' I
A ,tmi

HE COT KING SAUD'S COAT-Fresh goat milk ts an exotic,
nard-to-come-c-y beverage in the nation's capital, A staple
Item of Arabian diet, its procurement posed something of a
gastronomic crisis with the imminent arrival of Saudi Arabia's
'King Saud. Allan Sogers? Of Burton sville. Md shown milk milking
ing milking ona of hit prize goats, came to the rtaVue to supply the
eight Quarts oaeded daily for the visiting king and his party.

Dick McCluskey, who was marriel

10 Danxing Heiress Ellen Lehman.

were a new two at the Purple Tree
in the Vanderbilt ... Friends of Do Dolores
lores Dolores Del Rio say she will never

marry again. Because her religi religious
ous religious faith prohibits it.

French movie star RricrHf. TUr.

dot not only has a divorce suit hut

a lawsuit for failing to show up for
"Tha Pat" Tln;niH T

Films ... Genevieve, "The Pixie
From Paris," is back for the Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Godfrey show fancy-free. She
and Luc Poret, her Big Love, sever
ed it ... Life's ace pnotog Gordon

rams ana nis wire may do the
same thing Le Cupidon ; next
Monday night will introduce a new
exotic personality in Lady English.
She's a calypso Kitt ... The art
world is buzzine about Dali'a latest

nude. The model is Greek shippingl

tycoon atavros iNiarcnos . Puis
Stewart, the pretty "Polly' of
"Three Penny Opera" (in Green Greenwich
wich Greenwich Villa ee). turned down two

big parts in B'way shows for the
Fall. Her wage downtown is puny
"but the role fulfills me as an ac actress"
tress" actress" ... The M. Manuches (Mir.

tha Wright) Image Is prackilly

iicrc.

"Waiting For Godot author S.

Beckett's ne play is ready for

raris production. Title: 'Hahmes.'
Rehearsal-Deekers reoort tha slot

is even more hopeless and mourn J

iui tnan "Godot- . Rosina, the
Argentine songbird on the Godfrey
show, is the latest in the cast to
be robbed. The burglaries of the

Mcbuire Sisters, Janette Davis,
Hsleloke and others in that troupe.

haven't been solved yet... Another

victim Tuesday nieht waa since

tiOis U Bnen of the musicals. She
came "home as burglars fled

through the window ... Locals tell

me singer Peggy Connelly's real
heart-throb isn't Sinatra but Lenny

uanea, wno recently earned a

large Torch for his wife ...Eugene

O'Neill's widow gets $2,700 per

weea m royalties rrom his hit.

Long Day's Journey Into Night Night-Mrs.
Mrs. Night-Mrs. Lionel Hamilton Is wearlns

an racreaiD e new coat, rt'a made

of banana-mink. Cost him 20.000

berries ... John Snsrpe, featured
dancer in "Most Happy Fella,"
and singer Phyllis McCl eland
merge in Msy...Another pair altar,
bound are Rar Walstoa rhe'a the

Devil in "Dama Yankees") and
Svetlsna McKJee, who danced in

mat nit until she left it for "Happy
Hunting- .Tsx agents' are double double-checking
checking double-checking show-bit returns which

charge off vacation trips as "bust-'
J ar;L. k -a a

--- ... tLturn xvu & pnouru iruia
MismI Beach. Tripped and fractur fractured
ed fractured her best ankle during her act at

the Americana. Novocain shots kept
her from quitting ... Rainier got

iw,w ior tne exclusive photos of
his new drhtr ... James Jones, au

thor nf "From Here to Eternity,"
and MM's stand-m Gloria Mirsoii-'

no. Went and Did It iB Haiti yester- I
day.
Yawr CM Friday.

keen out of Arizona.

Big Jim went to Oregoa, where
he was arrested for armed rob robbery
bery robbery involving the removal of slot
. mt.7. 1-J I ...

macmnes. im enueu m m guui

fieht with the. Intended vietims.

and Elkins Was wounded in thel

shoulder.
At the trial; the witnesses a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst him failed to show up. One
was quoted in the newspapers as
savine. "I was run out of Port

land at the point of a gun." H
On Sect. 11. 1938, Elkins picked

up a shipment of heroin at the. I ; ,.;
DnrtlanH nailinav FvnrMt Hannt If i ,f h 4 MtuM-

uiauu j r- r J:".' '..

after which Federal agents picaeo mmmmmmmumt-

him up. v .. NATURE S CAR WASH

This landed him in Leavenworth, vnuinntm iiiirfi...

i l: j-.u.j n (un n.-v ",v

wiicic iic.icsiucu uuvu zuios-eoKoia nienwav in. r:,wri

in Portland, be resumed his un

derworld activities.

WOULD LEGALIZE PINBALLS

Big Jim la now under indict indictment
ment indictment on a long list of counts for
allegel wire-tapping and under,
world activity..

Of all Elkins' compactions, the

big untold atory Is hi. tie with

lombia couldn't, go over thiJ

walcrfall and found it imprac- M
a.-i .. rw

"wi m luiiiici ground IW Jso,
for tho present, motorists gel a
fast enr wash, for Tree. By the
time Colombia's 400-mlllion
dollar, 6,000-mile road program

is completed in 1960, the trtream f

Will have been diverted .from J

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Saturday; marcii mstV.
lilJ Grand Jury
Indicts Ex-Marine
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For Woman's Murder

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" iiWTTFRiifTPT STRIKE TO MOVE" CARRIER Interrupting their walkout forthls: .one Job,
ffiffitSmS ease thTTtecraft carrier Saratoga into a new : berth at the Brooklyn N.T.,
'SSyJdSoffteed'-to'ADVe the world's largest and most powerful .warship at
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HACKENSACK. ,N.J.. March 9

(UP) A grand jury today indict indict-ed
ed indict-ed ex-marine Edgar -Smith-for the
"lovers lane'' murder of Victoria

Zielinski, 15-

Bereen County Prosecutor Guy

Calissi told newsmen he had been
"authorized" to ( report the con contents
tents contents of a sealed hemicide bill

handed i up i by the grand jury

earlier against the 23-year-old

father. :.' . -:

Ike Going To Florida To Shake Off
Sniffles, Cough Before Bermuda Meet

. ASHlNGTQNMarch 9 (UP) (UP)-Pr.esldwt:
Pr.esldwt: (UP)-Pr.esldwt: Eisenhower, planS to go
TO Flprida next 'week : try .and
v -u.w. fj thi hooH ptAA. and couBh

whi'ch.clajre temporarmpaired

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ncunc'e(fitc4ay.ftivvv'L-i'
' Press-; Secretary 3me ,C Hag Hag-;
; Hag-; ftV. saW?Mr,i Eisenhower hopes
i. and -xpects to spend. iy or six

coiot on to Bermuda March 20 for
r confemice with: Br.t sh Prime

1- 44..4t ii 1 1 1 1 CTiv jp inpr Bt

rma forces base or the wint-

., T..j. nHvatA friend -and

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.!!AthK.v Westi Naval

Base'iavorjite retreat' of lormer

Policd Think Hold

Gave

Packed With Jewels

. ENVER (UP)-Pollcer w ere
tiidylng thTe possibility today that
. "satchel containing $105,000 in
diamonds may have been given
way, by mistake by a downtown
hotel' here. -I-
The. locked satchel, containing
uncut blue diamond stones, set
diamonds.,, and diamond-encrusted
watch .cases was checked at the
Albatiy Hotel Wednesday night by
Edward "ShedUn, a salesman
for hedlin, jlnc, of 'New York
City: '-
Assistant Motel Manager James
x. Pmov he save Shedlin. a

claim check" and put the satchel

in. the hotel safe. Homer sevens,
manager of the hotel, said the
satchel, was: gone -when Shedlin
asked for it'at 9:30 a.m. Thurs Thurs-day.
day. Thurs-day.
KtpvpnK iald three other jewelry

talesmen attending a convention

here also checked sample cases
into -the hotel' safe Wednesday
nieht and that three of them

claimed their satchels before

Ihedlin requested his. v

President Truman, or any plush

hntp)

The trip does not indicate any

worsening of tne Jtresiaems

health. His .doctors nave nopea mr
some time to get him away from
Washington's wet weathes ..before

the Bermuda.: conference opens

March 31-f' ',

. The cough which Mn Eisenhow-

er contracted on inauguration uiy
Jan. 21' has improved but Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday the chief executive developed
a head cold which inflamed the
eustachian tube of his left ear. He
has been treating it with antibiot antibiotics
ics antibiotics and, yesterday, had -a- cotton
plug in his left hear.
. uariv aaiAt he coueh seemed

Va little better" today but the
PrMidpnt still had a slight ear

indommotinn and the cold.

: Mr. Eisenhower said recently he
would like to-go to Arizona in an
effort' to' lick his coueh. But the
un,iio i-Tnucp Hpcided that was too

far away with both Vice President

Richard M'. JNixon ana oeurtai
of State John Foster DuUe out of
the country.
" Haeertv saict that in Florida Mr.

piconhnuipr would not .be more

4i n, 9 hmm nv air iium

Washington. In Arizona he would
v. tn oiahi hours awav. .

. With the President, Dulles and

Nixon out of the city. Secretary

of the T r e a s u r y ueorge sa.

Humphrey would oe me TnK...B
t,,tiv In the caoital. But the

President,- no matter where he
goes,-is in command and makes

while Mr. Eisenhower expects
to leave about the middle of next

week, Hageny owj -decision
on the precise time .and

destination before Monaay.
Tcarv Kids Win TV

. ELIZABETH,' N.J. (UPV-Paul
S. Zegreckis can't stand the sight
of children trying.
Police took Zegreckis to a home

to identify his stolen television set.
The alleged thief s eight children
burst into tears when Zegreckis

identified his set. r y

"Give it to Jthem," "he; told the
authorities. i

Coast Tanker Rams
Freighter In jl. Y.r
Launch Cut In Two
fRW YORK. March 9 (UP-

150-fobt coastal tanker .sliced

through a motor lauhch and ram

med an anchored ireigmer m new
Vnrlr Harhnr last niffht. C : ...

' .The Skipper, bt the W-Joot launcn
was killed. No one aboard the tank tanker
er tanker or freighter was injured.
. Both ships were damaged slight

ly. The wood hulled water taxi

was towed to ns Dase, a nau mue

away, where it sanx.
The victim of the collission,
Thomas P. O'Rourke, 60. a retired

New York policeman, was the on only
ly only one aboard the launch which had
lust nulled alongside the freighter,

Steel. Admiral, to taxe on a noerty.

party.
The Coast Guard said -the tank tanker,
er, tanker, the Val T., knifed through the
launch.- rammine the 492 foot

freighter in the starboard side fo
ward. The impact stove in the tank tankers'
ers' tankers' bow and ripped a four-by-

eight-foot hole in the side of the
8,071-ton freighter.
There was no fire or explosion.

Wile Who Schemed
To Dynamite Spouse
Sent Jo Hospital

SELDEN, N.Y.; March 9 (UP)
A 31 year old moth e r, who
schemed with a family friend to

dynamite her huband was com committed
mitted committed today to a state hospital.
Mrs. Willard Hough -asked Os Oscar
car Oscar Farrejl, 52, a family friend,
to get a stick of dynamite and at attach
tach attach it to her husband's station
wagon so it would explode when
he stepped on the accelerator, po police
lice police said. .
Farrell called the police, who
told hint tp "go' along" with Mrs.
Hough. She met Farrell yesterday
and gave him $22 to buy the dyna dynamite,,
mite,, dynamite,, he told the police,
Mrs. Hough told Farrell that
unless her husband was dead" by
this morning Farrell himself

would.be killed.

The 1 police moved in and ar

rested Mrs. Houeh last nights

After hearing of ; his wue s

arrest, Hough sajd he could not

believe it.
"I thought the cops were kid
ding," he said. .
Divorcee Who Tried
To Aveltcn Sinatra;:

Denies Blonde Tag

Probe Of C-M
Still Underway
By Senate Group

WASHINGTON, March 9 (UP)-

The Senate Monopoly subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee said today its staff is con

tinuing an investigation of General

Motors Corp.
' In a general, report of its activl

ties, it said the satff is : looking

into the GM "role in the j auto automotive
motive automotive replacement parts market

the importance of its finance af affiliate
filiate affiliate in the marketing of its
products, and the effect of GM's

acquisition of the Euclid Road
Machinery Co. upon competition

in the earth-moving, equipment
field."
- The subcommittee held extensl
public hearings in its investiga investigation
tion investigation of GM in 1955. A staff report
later said GM "has the ability to

utilize its tremendous financial

power to the detriment of compe
Ution."

LOS ANGELES (UP) An at

tractive divorcee with a sultry
voice stood outside Frank Sina

tra's bedroom at 4 a.m. and

cooed : "Daddy darling! Lover
Boy Frankiel" V

If the crooner had left his bed

room he would have met Mrs.

Glory Dawson, an attractive 31-year-old
brunette who is a police

woman. He also would nave

walked into the arms of two po policemen
licemen policemen holding subpenas.

Mrs. Dawson revealed inurs-

day that she was the "sultry

voice" used in an unsuccesstui at

tempt to lure the sleeping singer
from the bedroom of his Palm

Springs home last Feb. 16.

But Mrs. Dawson s voice must

have been too soft. When the- im

patient detectives finally broke
into Sinatra's bedroom they found
him asleep. They awakened him,

handed him the subpena and then
apologized for their early-hour in intrusion.
trusion. intrusion. Mrs. Dawson appeared as a
witness at a deposition hearing
into Sinatra's' charees that Los

Angeles police improperly served

the subpena on him to testily oe
fore a state Senate committee in
vestigatinc private- detectives.
Mrs. Dawson .denied any simi

larity between herself and Sina

tra's description of a "loud "loudmouthed
mouthed "loudmouthed blonde" present with the
officers. 'I am not now, nor have

I ever been a blonde," she said

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I ACTION ON THE PICKET LINE Swinging clu bs, farmers attempt to force their way past a
group of pickets at the Sussex Milk and Cream Co. at Branchville, N. 3. One picket Te-.
ceived injuries from the farmers, riding on a flatbed truck, loaded with M cans of milk.
. and local police in strikebound northern New Jersey dairy counties prepared to enforce
Superior Court injunction prohibiting pickets from striking at milk plant.

Meantime, the pretty high

school victim, wat buried in a
closed-casket funeral service in

Honesdale. Pa., her childood

ham a .'. j:

In other developments, authori

ties sad two psychiatrists would
examine Smith to check an ex

pected plea of temporary insanity
f .1. .. jt.i!- i -1 ; w c ; u

in ine sauisuc ruun-oiayuig. oamn
signed a statement after his ar

rest Wednesday saying he

"blacked out" before Victoria was

beaten to death.
Missionary Freed
By Commies Wants

To Stay In China
" HONG KONG (UP) American
missionary Paul A. Mackensen, re

leased Tuesday from a Chinese
prison, said today by telephone

from Shanghai he intends to stay
in Communist China.
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The Chinese announced Macken-

sen's release Thursday, exactly

five veers after the Philadelphia

Lutheran was arrested in isingtao

and sentenced to five years in

prison.

He was one of 10 Americans

held prisoner by the Chinese.

"I am not planning : to leave

China immediately," Mackensen

told United Press in a telephone
conversation from Shanghai. "I

am trying to find myself work in
Shanghai."

The Philadelphian said he did
not know -what kind "of work he

could find, but he said the Reds
in releasing him gave him the im

pression he was free to live in
China as I wish."
Father Fulgence Gross, a Fran Franciscan
ciscan Franciscan from Omaha, Neb., is due
to follow Mackensen out of China
this month. He was arrested in
Tsirgtao March 29, 1951.
When Is A Bull
Fiddle A Vehicle?

f OXFORD, England, Mach 9 a
(UP)-A bull fiddle posed a riddle

for the police in this university
town today, to wit: When is a bull

fiddle a vehicle?

Tony Jessell, an Oxford student

who doubles as bass player in

local orchestras, raised the ques

tion because he found it awkward
lugging the big fiddle around from

date to date.

He put the fiddle on wheels and
rolled it along the sidewalk. Police

ordered him to wheel it on the

road on grounds it was a vehicle

When he followed orders, Jessell

was told he would have to put

headlights and tail lights on it.

He demanded a ruling from the

Oxford ponce chief.

Measurements showed that the

fiddle was 23H inches wide, 'A

inch under the regulation mini

mum for a vehicle. But it also

stood more than six feet high

over the minimum height for a

vehicle.

A police oineiai suggested tnat
maybe Jessell could get around
everything by carrying a torch at
night to "give adequate warning
of his approach.' i

Bid To Hike First
Class Letter Rales
Received Cordially

WASHINGTON (UP)-A cordial
House reception appeared likely
today- for the administration's re request
quest request to raise the cost of mailing
a first class letter from three to
four cents.
But its 'fate appeared in doubt
at the hands of the Senate which
killed similar legislationlast year.
Postmaster General Arthur E.

Summerfield Thursday requested
legislation raising various postal;
rates which he said would bring;
in an additional 527.5 million dol-1
lars annually by 196L They are: :
First class mail. From three to
four rent an ounce.

Postcards'. From two cents to

three cents each.
Airmail:, From six to seven
eents an ounce.
Air postcards: From four to five
cents each.
' Second class mail (newspapers
and magazinesf: Four annual in increases
creases increases of 13 per cent .The hikes
would not apply te newspapers
printing less than 9,000 copies or
to publications of non profit or or-gonizations.
gonizations. or-gonizations. Third elaks mail (advertising
matter): From two to three cents
for the first two ounces, and from

ne to IV cents on each addition

al ounce. Bulk rates would be in increased
creased increased from 14 to If cents per
pound.

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and 5:00 p.m.
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First Friday: 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
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on Sunday. . ...
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Wednesday.
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P.m.
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Thursday.
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itrHav
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-tn tn 7 -an
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Confessions: Saturday 4 DO to 5 DO and
7:00 to 8D0 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novenai Wednesday
6:15 and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Novena: rnosy :i pjn
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 PJn.
Convert Class: 7:15 pjn. on Mondays
and Thursdays
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:15 a m. to
11 -45 a.m. 3:00 pjn. to 4:00 p.m.
First Friday Exposition of Most Bless Blessed
ed Blessed Sacrament all day. Reposition at 3 JO
m &atiirdav momlnB.
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of Fatlma The Holy Rosary 5 DO a.m.
First Communion Instructions for ebil-
dren Mondays and
Thursdays f DO to
7 DO p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CrlsMbal
Sunday Masses: 7 DO. 8:00 and 10 JO a.m
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. 00 a m. and
5:15 pjn.
Confessions: Saturday 4Dt to 5D0 and
7 DO to 6:00 pm. After Roaary each eve evening.
ning. evening. Miraculous Medal Novenai 3:18 and
7 DO p m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 8D8 Mas ee
Sunday.
First Frfflsv Expoaitloo an day during
the School Year.
Flnt Saturday: Mas at 8 DO nv
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH hi Margarita)
Sundav Masses: 7 JO. t JO. 11 Jo a a.
First Saturday Mass: 6 DO am
Weekday Masses: 8Dt ajn.
Sa-urday . 7 DO p.m. to 8 DO pm
Miraculous Medal Novena 7 DO asn
Holy Day Masses: 7Dt a.m. 8:15 p m
Confeaaion ... 3:45 n as. ta 4:45 pm
every Monday
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction 7 DO pjb
every Wednesday.
Discussion Inquiry Group 7 Jt pja.
very Friday.
1st Friday Devotions ... 7D6 pm
1st Saturday Devotions .. 7Dt am.
ST FWCFXTS Rahskew Ctty
Sunday tiaaaea: i Jt a m and tsK
m.
Holy Day Masseat tt asm, and f DC
pm
Confeaalane sag la 6D6 and fsM te
t 00 p.m Saturday
Cateciiiam Class: It 45 a as en Sunday
Motiaay at r so
Mrracutou
Medal Newenei 7 -OB mm
on Tueaday
serrea h
ean IStwna: 1D0 am mm
frtdav
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Taa Panama Aaserteaa list Maw, kvf
at warship ana erker ratulaf acrivtHea,
Haw ra tima. DanamiaaHana having
are Hired unmw "Otket Churches And
tncludatf tai aarvieaa at Arm peats,
oad chaplains art ask4 ra
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 djb.
Confessions: 60 to 7:00 om. en Sat.
kuroay.
(.aterninr) clam SrtHi o.m nn Mnndey
uu usui ur uuuu vuunbei.
Gamboa
Sunday Masses: 7.-00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00 sjn. and HM
pm
Confessions Saturday at 70 pm. and
iw au evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment
Miraculous Medal Novanai 7:00 sa
on iiicsaay.
aacrea Heart novenat 7:t p.m ct)
sTioay.
Sunday School: 1:30 o.m. on Sunday.
Religious Instruction Class tor Chll
dren: 4:00 p.m on Thursday.
Religious Instruction for adults I Con.
auctea in apanisnj: y.tw pjn on Mon
oay.
uonvsrt instructions by appointment.
Episcopal
The Rt. Rev. R. Heber GaoJea. 1.T O
Ths Very Rev. Malnert J.
Peterson,
a.TJ)., Deaa
ANCON, CX
TH CATHEDRAL OF ST. LURE
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m holy Communion.
JO a m Santa Communion (4th Sun.'
day).
9:30 a.m. Church School.
9:45 a m. Escuela Dominical.
11.00 am. Morning Prayer and Sermon.
noiy trommunion. irirst aun.
day).
7 DO pro. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
WEDNESDAYS
4:30 a n. Holy Communion.
7:00 pro. Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
6:00 a m Holy Communion.
8 :30 a ro Holy Communion.
DAILY
8:15 a m. Morninc Prayer.
12:00 Mij-da Missionary Prayata.
COCOU
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin.
Priest In Charsa
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 7:30 am
ramuy rrayer and
Church School 9 JO a.m
(aiso noiy communion 2nd.
Sanday each month)
Morning Prayer A Sermon 11.00 a.m.
(Also Moly communion 1st.
Sunday each month!
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion 8:00 s.m
COROZAL
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Key. Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest ia Charge
FRIDAYS
8:00 s.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
,.-.... ..; 1 ejAMBOA
- .. A a l ...
T Ret. Veto Spear. Priest in Cbarga
sitoAYs7 ;
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 7D8 a.m.
Church School 3:00 p.m
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 p.m.
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 n.m.
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
and FRIDAYS
Momlng Prayer and Holy
Communion 8:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer 7:00 p m
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
4th Thursday 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAYS A THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 ajn.
Morninc Prayer 8:00 a.m.
Evenina Prayer 7:00 DJn.
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharist 1:30 a.m
Office of Complins 8:00 pjn.
LA BOCA
' St Peter's Chnreh
The Rev. John 8 near. Priest tn Charge
SUNDAYS
Mornlns Praver and cnurcn
School 9:00 am
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 10:30 a.m.
Holy Baptism 12:00 noon
Evensong and Address .... 7:30 p.m-
3rd MONDAYS
Wnman'a Auxiliary 7:30 DJB
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion s:ou am
'PALO SECO
Chapel o' the Holy Comforter
Tea. L. B. Shirley, Priest ia Charge
THURSDAYS
6:30 am. Holy communtoa.
MARGARITA
Chnreh at St Msrfsret
Espave and Bratos Blvd
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Rector
SUNDAYS
T:30 am. Holy Communion
9:45 am. Church School
11 DO a.m. Morning Prayer
Last Sunday each Month, noiy tom-
mimion.
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
8:30 a.m. Holy communion.
Chapel af Oar Saviour
WEDNESDAYS
8 JO am. Holy communion.
PARAISO
The Rev. Allan R. Weatt,
Priest In Chart
The Rev. DavM A. Osborne,
Vicar Eaaerttaa
SUNDAYS)
I DO am. Choral Eucharist A
8:30 a m. Infant Baptism.
8.60 n rev Church School
(beid to Building 1311
80 am. Youtb Fellowship
las Evonmwt end Addraas.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
f ja am. Woman S A axillary and Al
tar Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CTTY
St Pawl's Cbarra
fa Fen Lrwiwel R. Shirley, steetar
The Bj- FHs R. AtweB. Deacaa
SUNDAYS
gDO am. Star
a -a m m Cuna EMcrtanat m 8
I0:4 am Mornlna Prayar aad Qkitt
lSDt exara Boty Be
7Dt .m Bcsem
TUESDAYS
httam Frary
WEDNESDAYS
tt sea Hat
V 4b Cm Bam. BaHan4tsl TWVWmT
niURrwAYS AND e-RIDAYB
8 JO ra. Holv
HOLY DAYS
Dt as. Baif
CHRIST ortTtrii VY-m-SKA
ta lineal
Colon. If.
(OpvusNa HosH Waarrrsayuas)
The Be. Jeaaea Petar Fe
The Rev. BMaary J
aWRDAYS
tt a as. Roty
9 4 a as. Morrdng Prarer.
til ml CTmwwI Eocharaa aad I
It JO a-av Church SrheeL
1 Jt am SAtenaa
WED1VYSDATS
6 at ss. Hry CsasimorSsss.
7 J a as. Ervntot Prayar i

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8:30 pm. Adult Confirmation Class.
THURSDAYS
8:00 pm. Evening Prayer and Medita-
., tion.
..-- FRIDAY
8:00 a.m. Children's Eucharist.
SATURDAY
10:00 am. Junior Confirmation Class.
7 JO p.m. Complin and Meditation.
RAINBOW CITI
. ChanJi at St Mary, th Vlrrta
Th Rev. John A. Spalding.
Priest In Charge
SUN Da j a
Sung Eucharist 7 JO a.m
Chur-:r School 0:48 a m
Evens-ut and Sermon .... 7Jp p.m

nunoiiAia
' Holy Communion. ........ 7 DO i
RIO ABAJO
St Christopher' Church
10th Street, Parque Lefevre
The Bev. Clarence W. Hayes,
' Priest In Charge
Tha Bv. clarence A. Cragwall,
Aasistaitt
SUNDAYS
' :oo am. Holv Communion.
7:30 am. Sunc Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 am. Momlng Prayer and Church
scnool.
12 DO noon Holy Baptism.
6:30 pirn. Evensong and Sermon.
MONDAYS
7:30 pm. 1st and 3rd. Woman Auxi
. llarv.
TUESDAYS v
6:30 p.m. J uniar Daughter af the
King.
7:30 nm. Youth Fellowshln.
WEDNESDAYS
gDO a.m. Holv Communion.
7 DO pm. Evening Prayer and Religious
instructions.
THURSDAYS
6:oo p.m. Girls' Friendly society.
8:00 D.m. 1st and 3rd. Sinaletons.
SATURDAYS
9:30 .m. Junior Confirmation Class.
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENR
Ancon. C.Z.
Minister: Rev. Elmer O. Nelson
Box 68, Ancon. CZ. Balboa 2603
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Youth Service ..
Evening Service
9:45 a.m
10:30 a.m
6:45 pm
7 JO p.m
7:00 p.m
NJT.M.S. Service .....
Prayer Meeting, Wed.
730 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama RJ, 23rd Street East
Re. S. M. Brown. Minister
SUNDAY :
Divine Worship t:30 am.
Sunday School 3:00 D.m
Sunday Massas 7, 7:45 Ji;45
mio a Owa. stf Sunday ftcouai al
turn pm.
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetlnas Thursdava at 7:30 nm.
and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Win Memorial.
806 Balboa Road. Balboa,
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
sunaav meetlnas in the lAJa Chanel
on Balboa Road.
Sunday School 10:00 am.
Sacrament Meeting 6:00 n.m.
Primary; Monday 3:30 p.m.
Relief Society: Tuesday... 9:30 am.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 am
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantic Hraneh
Building 200. Schoolhouse Road Gehm,
Canal Zone
Sunday School. Sunday .. 8:30 a.m.
Sacrament meeting Sunday 11:00 a.m.
Priesthood meeting Wed... 6 JO p.m.
."Vfc wdnadv 6:10 Jim.
Relief Society, as nntuiinMil
Telephone, Gatun 364 or Cristobal 8897.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCIt
A Warm Hearted Church"
Miltoa K. Leldlg, Minister rT
Phone Rea lta.Tlia n ai-atna
Sunday School 9 JO am.
jj kuub jar every age)
Morning Worship II DO am
juuio reiiowsmp
Eevenlng Worship .v......
6:00 nm.
7:00 pm.
Praver and Prni.a ivca t i nn ;
ihi rt m
burcb nursey la provided for your
OIH CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
13th SL Wrr Na 1'
Holv Etlchariat- RunHa. 1 1
Tuesdaya. Sail. m Tt...i
wh auiH.lwni
q tov a -in.
Saeramant ol Onetloo (HeaUng ajar.
nee) rust Sunday of each month at
Moanl BaUbet. Chrtstlaa Orarch
Panama I P.
Rt Ra. T. ome. a D. Blsbaa
nfrlriatina
Morning devotlo- odd .a
Fellowehip Worahia at 11 DO am
Sunday School at SDO om.
Jivin Service at 7 JO om
BAHA1 CENTER
BAHAFS CENTER
54 First Street
Urbanlsadon B Carman, Pans mi city
uuomuu laia ana uiscussioaa
Thursdays ,.8D0 sat
cetoa, Mb m rraat Strceta
( nnataira Aaacrlewii Baxaarl
Study Claa....;.Tburaday. 1 JO pm
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St, Parakm, C Z.
Rev Waldaba SL Stewart Paster
Sunday: 11 DO am Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 pm Gospel Servica.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7Ja lild.wak Chrlatian
Fellowship.
Thursday: SDO Choir Rehearsal.
Friday: T JO Wmail ItiMlonai-a aw
ciety.
THE ('PIIIRCII Of OOO
7036 Eighth Street Celen
Rev. G. Uf. r- -J1 pm
Sunday ScbeJ 9:90 a m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Night Servica 7 JO pm
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD
Car. Jaaaalce aad Trinidad gas.
Ratabew Ctty, Canal Eeae
Rev. O. W. Graatlaaa. Paste
Morning Worship ., tDt am
sunaay scbool It JO ass.
nignt aarvtca 7 JO pm
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Pravidafsce
Mrs Maaaa Htaea, Pales
Sunday School ItDt sm
Morning Worship 11 Dt am.
Night Servica T JO pm
THE CfJURCfJ OF COO
' Pajtaaad On
tee. an
Rev. Was, A
Sunday School J am
Morning Wsnralp ........... It J am
Night Servica 7 J8 Bas
ths nrcBCR or ooo mv
Mesne Oaceee a4-Wt L
Sunday Scfaoa .-... 638 B aa.
Morninc Waranly 866 aaa.
ninl flika I J mm.
cmrKCfi or coo rpia o
Re. B K. Waaen, Ovcrseer
Pbena S-42S. Bwa S53. Gmrnmmm
Churthts at Parst CX Re. sn4
Mr. Hsrssra O. Wrrytek CoKs. mm
(Rev. reraanda Larencal, Kla Aba)
aev. and Mm. diarlee naynesa.
CathrS (Bev. and Mrs. Cli fiord Qrea
Sunday ssm
COManjBjiri CVJl'tAJI
Ms Be(ts, C-B.
trail Geavell
Special tcfimi BidBC Ola Me rrns
Sunday Braaad ........ aaa
Worahia Saryte M U ta
Veuth Senai 7 -a as
EranaeitrUe iha ...... faaas
tTod. Bible Study Prayar M mm.

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Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SID
Protestant
fort Amador .
Sunday School ,. t OC
Morning Worship ............... 10.00
. Church-Tim Nursery School.... 10 DO
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building i No,
1261 eo
Morning Worship .............. 10:15
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet
ing and Bible Clan .......... S:80

FORT KOBBB
Dally Mass
.Saturday Mass ................. 8:00
Sunday School .......... 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Masses 8:00 m 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions .... T JO
Confessions-Saturday 4:00 A 7:30
Sunday Family Hour ..... 830 pm.
AJ.BROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School ..,......, 6 JO
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club).. 9:30
Morning Worship ....... 9:30 A 10:45
Youtb Fellowship .............. 6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School :30
Morning .Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month) .;-iv-!sr!,
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Momma Warsnin ...... 1
Holy Communion First Sunday
of 1
Month)
Catbelle
FORT AMADOR : ."f'f-i.: i
Daily Mass ... j. ...... ,.i .... ..
Sunday Masses ..........8.30 ft
Confessions, Saturday ...6:80 A
Sunday v.. .............. 8:30 A
6:30
9:00
7:30
9:00
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mais ....................
Sunday Masses ......,..,7:45 A
Confessions, Saturday-... 7:30 m
6:45
9:00
6:00
10.30
Sunday Mass
FORT KOBBE
Saturday Mas ,..,..'...
Sunday Mass ....I.....7D0 A
Spanish
3:00
9:00
8:00
COROZAL V
Daily Mas
No. 711) ...7:00 m
Confessions. Saturday (Building
8:80
gJO
ALBROOE AIR FORCE BASX
Daily Mass
Saturday Mass ..............
6:00
7:00
Sunday Masse .;. 7:45 A 12:00
Spanish 7:00
Novena Services-Tuesday ...... 7:00
Confession-Salurday ...... '.i... 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodrnan
Dally Mas
Sunday Mass
4:00
9,30
Jswish
FORT KOBBB
Saturday ....
3:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASX
Saturday s:3V
USO-JWB (Balboa) -:
rriday v
' ATLANTIC SHU
' Protestaat'
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School ................. 9:45
Morning Worship 11:00
Midweek Fellowship, Thursdsy.. 7 JO
FORT GULICK
Sunday School 9:45
Morning Worship .,, 11 DO
Youth Fellowship, Sunday ..... 6:00
0.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
ounaay acnooi ................. :so
Dally Mas .................... :3U
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion. First Sunday
'Sunday Max. .... ... j :S0
voruassjona, ounaay 8:43
FORT GULICK
Daily Mass 7:00
Su
unaay ast 7:45
Bpanu
Confei
tab. ... t:4S
Confessions, Saturday ...6:00 A 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coea Sola
Dally Mass 7.00
a unaay juass
9:00
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mas
7 JO
Jewish
FORT GUUCK
Tuesdsy .....
7:13
Seventh Oay
Adventist
Weekly Services
In al) Church aa as
follows
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School 9:30 am.
Divine Service 11 DO a.m.
Youth' Meeting 4 JO pm
Wednesdsy Bible Study and Prayet
Service 7 JO o.m.
Pacific Side Panama A Balboa District
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 26:3 3506
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. F. de la Ossa Na.
17
Chorrlllo 25th No. 27
Pueblo Nueve 1-A St bnvna Srd
and 4th St.
Bio Absjo 11th St No. f7
Balboa Chapel 0844 GavUan Rd. Bal
boa (Saturday only).
Spanish Cbnrcaea Paaarat aad
Crlstobola District
Pastor Ruben Rui
Panama, Calle Dart en No. 3
Cristobal. 18th A Bolivar At.
Gamboa m Frljolea.
District Psator A, A. Grixals
Tel. No. 8-102
Gamboa Prartt Parkway FrHolaa.
Atlaatle Side CoMa ana
Cristobal District
Pastor Neblett Tel. 98:826
Colon Srd St A Central Ave. Cristo
bal 16th A Bolivar Av.
Central office: Gavllaa Reaar-TaL S-
185.
Jewish
JHrtn Welfare Hoard Sid. Tsl-X La
Boca Boad. Balboa. CX. Rsbai Nathan
Witktn Director.
Sarvie Friday, IJ0 pas- Saturday.
S20 pjn
Sea aoa rMlnja at wtb arviees
under Posts. Bases and Statnak
Canmaarian Kol Snearttb Israel. Aa-
oMs Grtw and Mth street, Bella VMa.
Paoanvt City Ssi uluea IM am
Lutheran
UKDRMK LtTHIH H CWCVCa
Balboa Baad at STirM Street
ate. Bsbert f. Oaaalrk, Pact
fa Bos as. Balboa.
Suaday Sekoet, BiMe eaaas Ida aja.
Divine 8 si ke 18:18 mm.
"Dryrns Servica at Marcarha (la St
Margaret's Spaataaal Cburchl Sunday
i ass.- T

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ARAB SOUDARITY, Syrian TresWent: Shulrri El ; Kuwatly,. Jordan's King Hussein, Saudi
Arabian King Baud and Egyptian-President Gamal Abdel Nasser (left to right) clasp hands
as they Jeave the closing session of the Arato summit conference in- Cairo, Egypt. After' the
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At Sands Hotel
LAS VEGAS. Nev. WV-Dn
Martin proved he can work alone
when he made his debut as a
single last night -but the singer
was so nervous he foreot Dart of
nis get.;' v.
Martin joked, sang and prattled
on the stage of the Sands Hotel
alone for the first time since he
and Jerry Lewis broke up their

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Persecution, mental or physical did not stop mankind,
from questioning; these Unitarians Francis David, Joseph
Priestley, Thomas Jefferson, Charles Darwin, William Ellery
Channing. Theodore Parker, Ralph Waldo Emerson, all
successfully challenged the orthodox position. Unitarians
are the scientists of religion the questioners, the ex examiners,
aminers, examiners, the seekers of truth. If ou have -"lost .faith' in
religion because you insist on thinking for yourself you,
should know about Unitarianism. 'i

WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN OUR SERVICE OF WORSHIP
this Sundav morning at 10:30. Building 362, Ancon Bonis,
yard and Maine! Place, Ancon. Sermon topic: The Dyna Dynamics
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successful comedy team r M
However, Martin also .was sup supposed
posed supposed to show off his new dancing
talent in a soft-shoe routine and
sing special comedy lyrics.
"I was so nervous I forgot to
dance," said Martin in -his dress dressing
ing dressing room after -the how. "I
thought I was doing a rhumba for
a while my knees were shaking
so hard. I was scared but other otherwise
wise otherwise it was great." f s l;
Martin was given a star-studded
send-off, including a ."good luck"
tejegram sent by his former part partner
ner partner Lewis.

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. Man is often told;. "As far tsri-
ligion is concerned, atop, thinkingl
. Our church Jiaa all the answers.
There Is no need for you to think,
Just ftelieve," ,v .; ; r. v
Unitarians broke this man-made
command pi3r four hundred years
ago. In the middle of the sixteenth
century, Michael Servetus challeng challenged
ed challenged the trinltarian concept of God
in three persons. As a result, Cal Calvin
vin Calvin ordered him to be burned at
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SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1957

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nivrr with QUEEN Myron W. Fisher of the "Conjunto Gringo" is
jjgSf BS5I?tt Hotel El Panama during the Carnival.

AL smart wives know that a

wife caa sell her husband on al

most anything if she waits for the

right moment. .-.,-.
She doesn't for instance, talk a

bout any big purchase during the
weeks when he is working on his

Income tax, or the weeks after

ward when he is still feeling poor
from having paid it.
On the other hand, if he is busi

ly and happily sorting out his tac tackle
kle tackle box and dreaming of going

fishing, she knows that any idea
she suggests is likely to meet with
a tolerant. "Sure, if that's what

you want. It's okay with me."
She doesnt wait until he is in

his easy chair before mentioning
that there's a movie she would
like to see. but tries to catch him

before he has bad a chance to re

lax.

IF he is sweating over a do it-

yourself project, she not only
doesn't bring up any subject she
doesn't want vetoed, but a 1 s o

makes herself scarce until it Is
time to come out and admire the

finished project. ,.

When he is grumbling about

having to go to the Browns, she

knows better than to ask him

whether or not to accept an invi

tation to the Whites, even tie Its

two weeks away.

If he is on a thrift binge and

most husbands go on them at odd

intervals she doesn't Dring out

any ideas that will cost him mon-J

ey. juuce ine smart ue me is,
she knows he'll stop his poor talk
when he decides to trade the car

or buy a bigger outboard motor.

She waits for his penurious talk

to turn to "We can't afford not to

" reasoning. v

There's always the possibility

that she can create ane xpansive

mood bv the tried and true meth

od of feeding him his favorite

meal before saying in an offhand

manner, "I saw an ad in me pa
per for. ."

De Valera Builds New Cabinet;

Jewish Lord Mayor May Figure

GOVERNOR POTTER CROWNS CAWBLLE ELLIS, QUEEN
&WUGnWVMU?AT UNION CLUB LAST NIGHT
Governor of the Canal 2one William E. Potter pUced
crown on the eW brunette head of Miss CamMe EUis W
" ceremony at the 19th Annual PoUceman's Bail at the
BnlCamiS, tt.'SSihter .f Mr. and Mrs. MID. of
Gamboa was sbosen for the role by popular vote. The four
f inaUsts to the contest, which has kept Isthmian;
Interested for the, past three months, acted as members of
her wnr Queen Analida, international COffee Queen, and
' Queen Rosalia, I, Panama's carnival Queen, entered the fcaU-
eom with the ejueen and her court.

Queen Camille wore a floor
length dress of white nylon, net
and tulle embroidered with seed
earls en sequins and with a gath gath-red
red gath-red overshirt caught at the side
with three medallions of seed pearl

and sequins. Her wmi now
uta hv rhinestone cup and

he wore earrings andu bracelet to

maun.,

ther contestants for toetiUe of
u e e n were Carol Voortmeyer
who wore a gown of white "toe
?et; Becky W in blue tuHe wtth
useta of silver laee and vertrim
wltli which she wore rhinestone
jewelry i Billie Sue Spencer wo
we7Anrtwith.kirtoitteil
tTrfflet, gold shppers anl; rhine rhine-Itone
Itone rhine-Itone jewelry and Shirley Ann i Me-

brat aim ana
ftoorahow by outstanding en-
iireiented for tne

-i tha Oiins and tne

E..nrfrl f ruests Those taking

part werei A-group-of d ancers
X rwi.. Waitaa S C h 0 0 1 Of

K.M Th. String Busters, sing-

irsTwith en exhibition of Bop by
BUI Hardin: Mrs. Anolandjlades,
fii;." Haines in Western

gongs;' A Hawaiian Group eompos eompos-d
d eompos-d with one exception of Hawaiian
menin the Armel Forces itatMned

in Panama ana tne ftwmw ""
acrobats from the Qub Rita. Gen.
ralPdaucing foUowed the floor

bOW, ; ;

Amh. Rev Taue Davis
. a t.. un Msiuiaw

Ut Ambassador to Hatt and
lira. Boy Tsmo Davis are sched sched-iied
iied sched-iied to arrive here Moaday for a
short visit. They plan to stay at the
Hotel El Panama.
Ambassador Davis represented
the United States here lor many
years. He has many friends on the

isthmus.
Farewell LnncheeM
Civan At Soanith Embassy

The Ambassador of Spain' Don
Francisco Gabaldon y Navarre and

-his wu gavea iuncneon recent recently
ly recently at the Embassy residence as a
farewell .to the Spanish Consul la
Colon Dr. Antonio Alberola who is
leaving for a vacation in Madrid.
Cristobal Woman's Club
- Plan Fashlan shew
Ott Wednesdsy afternoon plans
made) for the annual luncheon and
fashion show to be held Saturday,

April 27U by the Cristobal Wom Woman
an Woman Club. Mrs. J. M. -Purvis and
Mra E. F. McClelland will be co-

chairman of the fashion show and
Mrs. Arthur McLean will be in

charge -of the luncheon

- The aominating committee pre

sented the following slate of ni

cer ta be elected at the April Srd
meeting! Mrs. W. L Brooks, Presi President;
dent; President; Mrs t. McQeUand, first
Viee-President; .Mrs. A. T. Wild Wilder,
er, Wilder, second Vice President; Mrs.
Peter W. Duncan, corresponding
Secretary; Mrs. R. U Koening,

nvvraioi occrvrj ana an, it.
W.-Patton. Treasurer..
The meeting wal opened by the
President, Mrs. A. W. Logan who
xplsined the meaning of Asa
Wednesday. An aBnouacement was
made of the textile painting class- J
es held each Wednesday morning
at the Margarita Service Center!
under the direction of Mrs. W. L.'
Brooks.
Mrs. Burt Watson, soloist for
the afternoon aang several lovely
selections and was accompanied by
Mrs. C J. Genu at the piano. j
. Mrs. R. T. Con ley of the Com Commissary
missary Commissary Division described the va various
rious various processes of ordering' and
stocking ready to wear for worn-1
ea. girls and children Samples of
new items soon to be placed on
sale were displayed. -,
Special goests for the afternoon
were: Mrs. fien L. Hull of Altoonj,

Pennsylvania; Mrs. Myron Eho of

Baldwinville, Mew York; Mrs. in us
Topping of Chicago, Illinois; Mrs.
H. S. Kerr, Mrs. Olive M. Orr,
Mrs. E. G.- Bissett- and Mrs. T.
Stermel of the Canal Zone.

Following the meeting a green
and white St.- Patrick's Day tea
was provided by Mrs. H. L. Sulli

van and her committee Mrs. R. J.

Neeley and Mrs. Vern Frier, pre

sided at ue tea serviee.
DAR Members To Held
Luncheon M acting At
Tlvall March leth v
The Canal Zone Chapter, Na National
tional National Society Daughters of the A

uiniviut ucTumuuu. WJJ1 iiuiu m
spring luncheon and meeting next
Saturday, March 18, at-12:30 o' o'clock
clock o'clock in the Garden Room of the

Tivoli Guest House.

.Ladles of Panama and the Can

al Zone eligible for membership
in the DAB are cordially invited
to attend. Members may bring

guests.
Reservations may be secured by
Shooing the Regent, Mrs. Jens
filsen, Balboa 3612, or the Secreta

ry, Mrs. Ben F. Smith, Balboa 4134,
not later than the evening of

vreanesaay, siarcn is.

Luche Will Play
For Shriner's Dane

Abou Saad Temple, A. A. 0. N. N.-M.S.,
M.S., N.-M.S., will hold its first informal

dance of the year in the ballroom

of the Ancon Masonic Temple on

Saturday, Marcn so, from 8:30 n.

m. to 12:30 a.m., according to Po

tentate Walter F. Reif. Music will

be furnished for the occasion by

Liucno Azcarraga and.ms men and

organ.

The dance win be for all Shrin-

ers and their Masonic friends. The

candidates for the Scottish Rite

and the Knights Templar spring
classes of 1957 will be the invited

guests for the evening.

ohnne dances are always fun.

and it is believed that those at

tending this function will have a

very enjoyable evening. The event
is being called an "April Fool's

Day Economy Dance." Those plan

ning to anena are nrgea to come
dressed as you are just wesr any
old thing. Admission is but 12 oer

eolple and sandwiches, hot nlan.'

tain chips, and coffee will be made

available by Buss Jones and his
Food and Refreshment Committee Committeemen
men Committeemen at a very nominal charge dur during
ing during the evening.
As large crowd is anticipated,
those planning to attend are urged

to make reservation for their par par-tv
tv par-tv not later than March 27 by call

ing the Recorder, Mr. George Full-

man, at Baiooa au.
Balboa j Woman's Club Plans
Picnic Ta Ft. San Laetrile

The Balboa Woman's Club will
make a trip to Fort San Lorenzo,

Wednesday with a conducted tour

of the fort.
TransDortation will be by bus,

which will' leave the parking lot

behind Balboa Post Office at a.m

There will be a charge of $2.00

oer fterson for the round trip.

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isox rancnes wiu De prtmueu wu

the crounds at 75 cents each.

For reservations csu Mrs. nup-

pell not later than tomorrow eve

ning, mr numner is z-uo.

BHS Students Dance Per
Patients At Gereae Hespltsf

The Panama America club of

Balboa High School under the di direction
rection direction of Miss Claude Aycock,
Club Sponsor, gave a demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of Carnival dances at Gorges
Hospital recently.
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The dances included in the re repertoire
pertoire repertoire were the cumbia and the
tambortto. The members' of the
club who performed were Soma
Canas, Chini Atcarraga, Gilberto

Medina, Mirna fierce, h y i e e
Mender, Luis Martinelli and Mer

cedes Garcia.

Sailor Who Stole
$12,000 From PX

Gets Probation

CHICAGO rUPV-A former sail

or who stole $12,000 and carried it

around in his sea Dae until a con

fidence man took it away from

him was placed on five years pro probation
bation probation today. t

Everett CharieSi II. of Winston-

Salem, N.C., admitted taking the
money from the pott exchange at

Great Lskes naval training sta station
tion station last June 22.

Federal Judge Philip L. Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan noted that it was the youth's
first offense and gave him proba

tion on condition that he turn over

10 per cent of his earnings to the

government during the next five

years.

The youth's lawyer told the
judge that temptation vras placed

in bis way by tne "gross neeli

gence" of a naval officer who left

the post exchange safe open.

Asst. U.S. Atty. Edward Rior-

dsn told the court that Charles

took the money to Miami and fell

in witn a con man named Ralph
Moraldi, 37. Moraldi posed as a
"gangster" and frightened the
youth into surrendcrinc the

$12,000, Riordan said.

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DUBLIN. March CUP)

Premier Designate Eamon de
Valera buckled down to the task

of buildine his new Irish cabinet

todaKy. KKKInformed sources sai

might name Dublin's first jewisn
Lord Mayor as one of his new

ministers.
Final figures in Tuesday's gen

eral election showed de Valera's
Fianna Fail party won 78 seats
in the 147-seat Dial (Parliament),

more than enough to assure bis
election as premier when the new

body convenes March 20.

The margin was expected to
increase because several of the
nine Independent deputies had
indicated they would vote with the

72-year-old American-born state
man, who first was elected pre premier
mier premier in 1931.

In addition, two of the four

elected deputies of the Seinn Fein
party, the political arm of ihe
outlawed Irish Republican Army,
said they would refuse to take
their seats. Two others are in
prison.
Informed sources said Robert

Briscoe, named first Jewish Lord

Mayor ot predominantly catholic

Dublin last year, might become

a minister- u meal government

in the de Valera administration.

Briscoe was considered a good

choice for the post because he

has had long experience in

housing affair and other "prob

lems of civic administration.

However, Briscoe may not be in
the country to hear of bis, nomin nomination.
ation. nomination. He is scheduled to fly to

New York Wednesday to attend
the St. Patrick's Day parade four

aaya later, and from there will

visit Boston and other cities.
The Lord Mayor said today he
would not allow even a govern government
ment government appointment to Interfere
with his trip. "Too much has
already gone into the arrange arrangements
ments arrangements to change them now," the
popular politician declared.
De Valera chsrged at a press
conference today that the militant

Sinn Fein party was "living in
the past" by supporting the IKA's
attempts to win a united Ireland
by force.
"They are trying to do some something
thing something we were trying to do 30
years ago' he said. He said the
two elected Sinn Fein deputies
now in jail for taking part in IRA
raids in Northern' Ireland would
have to stay there, regardless of

whether they want to take tneir
seats in the Dail.
"The law should take its
course," de Valera said.
Henry Fonda Will

Wed With Patch
Over Injured Eye

NEW YORK.' March (Uf) I

State and screen star Henry Fon

da may have to wear a patch

over his eye at his weaaing to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow to Italian Baroness

Afdera Franchetti.

A slivef of steel was removd

from the actor's right eye last
night by physicians at Manhattan

Eye and Ear Hospital. The doc

tors ordered him to wear a pro

tective patch.
Fonda, 51, will marry the 24-year-old
Venetian here at a civil
ceremony. It will be the actor's
fourth marriage and the baroness'
first. Fonda has two children by
his marriage to the late Frances

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George Weltner, president of Paramount International and Henry B. Gordon, divisional
manager for Latin America, are visiting the Isthmus on a tour throughout the principal
offices of Paramount in Central and South America. Paramount Films of Panama of offered
fered offered a reception at El Panama in honor of the two visitors: From left to right: Ignacio
Mallol, advertising manager of The Panama American; Gustavo Trlus, president of the
Ciriuito Central; George Weltner, president of Paramount; Francisco Fabrega, manager of
Circuito Central; Henry G. Gordon, manager of Paramount Films for Latin America; Mario
Guio, manager of Paramount Films in Panama and Central America, and Manuel Fernandes,
assistant manager of Paramount in Panama.

Portland Mayor Denies Taking $500
Bribe From Gambler To Stop Raid

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Woman Admits She
Brutally Beat Up
Boy In Automobile
CHICAGO, March 9 (UP) A

woman admitted today taking

part in the savage beating of a

7-year-old boy who was forced in into
to into a car while on his way home
from school, police said.

The boy, David Grant, was re-

WASHINGTON. March 9 (UP)

Mayor Terry D. Schrunk of

Portland, Ore., denied today he

took a $500 bribe and asked for

a he detector test on what he

called a "fantastic frame."
Schrunk requested the test
shortly after the Senate Labor

Kacket Committee received a re report
port report that another witness, Nathan
Zusman, showed signs of "un "untruthfulness"
truthfulness" "untruthfulness" in a similar ex examination.
amination. examination. Schrunk conceded he was told
the report on a previous, lie de-i
tector test he had taken was

"adverse." He admitted that a!
grand jury investigating him in I
Oregon was dismissed after one I

member changed her vote on the!
day Schrunk appointed her hus husband
band husband as zoo commissioner. i
The committee pounded the
mayor with questions about the
charge, by racketeer James B.I
Elkins that a gambler paid I
Schrunk $500 to stop a raid on

his place.
It confronted him with a list
of 35 bawdy houses and "joints"
which it said still opera tn in
Portland.
Schrunk, who served as sheriff
seven years before becoming
mayor, said he was "not stupid
enough" to accept a pay-off in
the presence of witnesses, as
Elkins accused him of doing.
He said he believed that Elkins
was a narcotics addict and was
out to ruin him because he raided
the racketeer's gambling houses.
Elkins has been the star wit witness
ness witness in the committee's investiga investigation
tion investigation of charges that high officials
of the Teamsters Union conspired

with gamblers and city officials
to take over profitable vice
rackets in Portland. Union Presi",
dent Dave Beck is in Europe.
Take Test Next Week
The committee arranged for
Schrunk to repeat his testimony
next week before the same Secret
Service lie detector that Zusman,
a Portland night club operator,
hooked up with Wednesday.
Zusman had demanded the test
to support his denial that he
encouraged a "madam" to open
a call house and received kick kickbacks
backs kickbacks for sending her customers.
Today Zusman listened with'
poker face while the committee!
read a report from Secret Service,
Chief U. E. Baughman indicating
' untruthfulness" on his part.
Committee Counsel Robert F.
Kennedy said it would take some
time to -draft pertinent questions
from Schrunk's testimony and
that the mayor would not take
the test before Monday at the
earliest.

ported in fair condition in Holy
Cross Hospital with internal in injuries
juries injuries and a possible fractured
skill. Seventy stitches were re required
quired required to close head wounds.
Police said the woman. Clemen,
tine Morris, refused to identify a

man whn ilm i tftolri tinrt in Uu

beating. The boys mother.1 tUd pc-
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trouble" with the Morris' woman.
A watchman, attracted by the
boy's screams, found him lying in
a pool of blood in an abandoned
building last night.
Police said the woman admit admitted
ted admitted picking up the boy and doing
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SATURDAY, MARCH f, 19
grapefruit League Swings Into
Today

r AGE SIX

Action

Af.
Slaves' Humberfo Robinson,
7(Cs George Brune Slated
Tor Mound Duty In Openers

By FRED
k NEW YORK, March 9

M the Grapetruit league toaay witn an nanus nup nup-;irrgthe
;irrgthe nup-;irrgthe weatherman also will decide to "play ball"

-All 18 Major League teams are
slated to see action on a pro program
gram program which includes the first
night game of the yearthe
National League cham p l o n
Brooklyn Dodgers' meeting with
the Milwaukee Braves at Miami.
The "World champion New York
Yankees make their bow against
the t. Louis Cardinals at St.
Petersburg, Fla while the
Cleveland Indians resume their
Ion rivalry with the New York
Grants at Tucson, Ariz.
S The four teams training in
4he west are we" satisfied
with the first phase of their
training in the but the 12
clubs in Florida have been
ftarrassed by rain and cold
weather. As a result, many or
the Florida teams' earlv plans
-have been revised and rook rookies
ies rookies who would have had a
chance are being bypassed.
Here's how the teams figure
to look at the start of the long
"Yankees v. Cardinals at St.
Petersburg. Yankee s i u g ger
Mickey Mantle is slated to see
n only if the field is dry
and Yogi Berra will sit this one
out. World Series hero Johnny
Kucks will be on the mound for
the Yankees and Bill Skowron
will be at first. The cardinals
are starting with what could be
their openin-day lineup with
Herman Wehmeier, Bob Smith
anft Lindy McDanlel handling
the pitching.
Dodgers vs. Braves at Miami
(night): Rookies John Rose Rose-boro,
boro, Rose-boro, Jim Gentile and Don
Demeter will be in the Dodg-
ers' lineup with Don Drysdile,
' Ralph Branca, Sandy Koufax
ndFred Kipp slated for the
mound. Slugger Joe Adcock is
ut of the Milwaukee lineup
wtih a sore back. Joey Jay,
"Humberto Robinson and Don
McMahon will handle the
Braves pitching.
Giants vs. Indians at Tucson:
Rookies Ossle Virgil and Andre
Rodger to start for the hHO hHO-luelT
luelT hHO-luelT Giants and Hank Sauer
Vm be in left iiel. The Xhdtas
and Larry Raines at third1 and
snort; respectively. The Indians
hold 152-142 edge in the spir spirited
ited spirited rivalry which dates back to
ISM1
Ffedlegs vs. White Sox at
n4vira. wnnirU sensation Jim
t ,,--. mat dehut in White
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BROWN
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goes to third. Redleg manager
Birdie Tebbetts has named War Warren
ren Warren Hacker to start in first step
toward making former Cub (3 (3-13
13 (3-13 last season) into regular
sturfccr
Cubs vs. Orioles at Mesa: Bob
Rush, Elmer Singleton and
Gene Fodge will pitch for the
Cubs, who will field most of
their regulars. Fodge had a 19 19-7
7 19-7 record with Los Angeles last
season. Orioles, although burn burning
ing burning at absence of shortstop Wil Willie
lie Willie Miranda, got encouraging
performance yesterday from
Charley Beamon, the young
pitcher who broke in last season
with a 1-0 victory over Whitey
Ford and Yankees.
Tigers vs Red Sox at Saraso Sarasota:
ta: Sarasota: Ray Boone debuts at first
for Tigers with Jim Finigan ex expected
pected expected to play third. George
Susce is Red Sox leadoff pitcn pitcn-er
er pitcn-er and Gene Mauch and Billy
Consolo were named for double
play combination as Mike Hig Hig-gins
gins Hig-gins continues efforts to remo remodel
del remodel infield.
Phillies vs. Pirates at Clear
water: Only three 1956 regulars
to start for Pirates and bonus
babies Laurin Pepper and Art
Swanson slated to handle part
of pitching. Jack Sanford, Don
Cardwell and Jack Myer get
mound assignments for Phillies,
who are playing their regular
lineup.
Athletics-Senators at Orlan Orlando:
do: Orlando: Rookie George Unmet
earned honor of opening on
the mound for A's with Dean
Stone, Evel'o Hernandez and
Bud Byerly pitching for Sen Senators.
ators. Senators. Senators will present
only one rookie in lineup. Both
teams were hard hit by bad
weather since March 1.
Logart, Turner
In March 29
Return Match
WV6l5fdp Isaac lo
gart of Cuba,- the fourth-ranking
welterweight contender, and ex ex-challenger
challenger ex-challenger Gil Turner of Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia have signed to meet in a 10 10-round
round 10-round return bout at Madison
Square Garden, March 29. In their
first bout at Mamson square uar
den. March 29. In their first bout
Logart scored close decision.
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What's
a Name?

In
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UP) The list of
nominees for the May 4 running
of the Kentucky Derby brings to
mind again today the age old
question of "What's in a name?
There are those who contend
that to be a champion you haye
to carry a heroic handle. Momen Momentary
tary Momentary proof is the fact that such
classically title chargers as Bold
Ruler, Gen. Duke and Iron Liege
are among the big favorites for
the Rose Run.
Which leads up to the fact that
the theory makes sense to me be because
cause because the only "Oscar" I ever
won was when I was born and I
never heard of a Chauncey" or
an "Ethelburt" winning the world
heavyweight championship.
So let's look at the names of
some of the Derby longshots. nifty
little numbers who would pay off
at anywhere from 50 to 300 to one,
and I have to hold that not even
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such as these.
There is, as example, a musical
trio specializing in the betting
blues. These hopeless hayburners
are named Mister Jive and Bonjo
(a Heartbreak Hotel parlay for
Elvis the Pelvis fans) and some something
thing something called No Bumps (which al
ready lost Gypsy Rose Lee).
For the cocktail set those listed
include Pro-Brandy (bad bet on
mint julep day); Martini and
Olive Tree (which should turn a
dead heat) and Wassail (another
name for derby day). Hook one of
those up with a nag named Hick's
Error and you'll swear off for forever.
ever. forever. Nobody ever sleeps during der derby
by derby week, so how can you back
such as Pajama Tops, Breezy
Night and Butch's Dream. But
they do eat, once in a while, so
maybe you can make some sort of
a case for Mince Pie and Wise
Apple. Case of parimutuel pto ptomaine,
maine, ptomaine, probably.
My all-time "favorite" was one
aptly named Sir Bee Bum, who
proved he was as he ran a game
15th. Then there was Manister
Toi, who sounded like he should
have been in a dog show, and
should have been when he ran
sixth.
Go back through the list of
Churchill Downs' champions
and you've got to figure that a
slying start was given to such as
Exterminator, Gallant Fox, War
Admiral, Count Fleet, Assault,, Jet
Pilot, Oltationj; Count Turf and
Dark Star.
"What's in a name?" Maybe
nothing.
But if you're a martini man,
you lost me long, long ago any anyhow.
how. anyhow. 800-Meter Champ
To Tour S. Africa
NE WYORK (UP)-Tom Court
ney, Olympic 800-meter champion
has received final approval from
the AAU for a personal exhibition
tour of South Africa. Courtney,
who will be accompanied by his
former Fordham coach, Arthur
O'Connor, leaves New York by
plane on March 18.
Showing at Your Service
DIABLO HTS. 7:08
James Stewart
Doris Day
"Man Who Knew Too Much
o
Sunday "Last for Life"
MARGARITA 6:15 8:05
Clayton Moore
as
"THE LONE RANGER"
Sunday "Man Who Knew
Much"
BALBOA
IN6RID
Bergman
Brynner
HELEN
Hayes
ALSO SHOWTNO
FARAISO 6:15 7:58
"First Traveling Sales Lady"!
CAMP BIERD 8:15 7:36
ft 10
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LOTTERY NIGHT!

BEHIND THE
HIGH WALL
- Also:
THE FAR
COUNTRY

IBC Monopolizes Promotion
OfWorld Championship Bouts

llli&iiilllftlliil:

(NEA Telephoto)
CHAMP IN CAMP Casey Stengel (left), manager of the
New York Yankees, greets pitcher Don Larsen, hero of ': the
1956 World Series, at St. Petersburg, Fla. 'Larsen, who had
been a holdout, was reporting for his first workout.

Powells Stage 20-Hit Attack
To Smother CHS by 20-4 Score

ATLANTIC TWILIGHT LEAGUE
Second Half Standings
Won Lost Pet.
USS Jasper 4 1 .806
Powells 3 2 .600
C. H. S. .......... 1 3 .250
CHS Alumni .... 1 3 .250
THURSDAY'S RESULTS
Powells 20, C.HJ3. A
TOMORROW'S GAME 1:20 p.m.
Powells ys CHS-Alumru
v By TREVOR SIMONS
Three Cristobal High School
pitchers failed in their attempt
to stem the tide of the most vi vicious
cious vicious hitting assault staged in
the 1957 Atlantic Twilight
League, when Powells bata rang
out to the tune of twenty hits
for an easy 20-to-4 win. The vic
tory, aided somewnas by iu
High School errors and 1 walks,
moved Powells back to within
on game of the pacesetting
Jasper nine.
"Wamba" Lung made his sec
ond successive start for Powells
and turned in win No. 2 in al allowing
lowing allowing only four hits and a
pair of runs up to the fifth
Center Theatres Today!
GAMBOA 8:15
"SCREAMING EAGLES"
Sun- "McConnell Story"
GATUN 7:08
"BHOWANI JUNCTION"
Sunday "First Texan"
CRISTOBAL 7:09
Air-Conditioned
Martin and Lewis
"ARTISTS and MODELS"
Color!
Sun.-Mon. "Last Wagon
A',r-Cond't',oMj
Show times!
2:00 4:10
6:20 8:30
4.
s (Oa CslfctfJAp
A'NASTASIA
QNBMAScOf
SUNDAY St MONDAY!
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:26
"WHILE THE CITY SLEEPS"
"THE CRUEL TOWER"
VICTORIA
15c
28c
TIGER WOMAN
Chapters 4-6
THOROUGHBREDS
Also:
SHERTFT OF
CIMARRON

t f i

mmmmm
.
4 1

ifillll
I
frame when Laurel Highley took
over and finished the contest
for powells. Highley. gave up
three hits and two runs. Phil
Hadarits was the starter for the
High School, and after allowing
one hit and a run in the first,
could not retire the Powells
batters In the second frame.
The winners paraded 10 bat batters
ters batters to the mound before Ray
Croft was called on to put out
the fire, croft survived the third
and fourth without any further
scoring, but in the fifth frame
the Powells bats begun to boom
once more. Bin Gibson took over
in the sixth and he too was
shelled to the tune of seven hits
and six runs.
In the Powells "hit parade"
only Highley and Manning fail failed
ed failed to hit safely. Noel Gibson
moved up to the No. 2 spot in
the hitting with 4-for-s that
Doosted his average to .396. Lung
aided his own cause with a 4-for-5
night too. Louis Dedeaux,
the league's leading hitter and
a specialist in triples, had 3-for-6,
to increase his season total to
.447 and also had one three base
blast that put him in the lead
in mat department too with
eignt. Kietn Kullg and Ray
Croft each had two hits for
Cri&tobal High.
Powells play AlumniTomorrow
Noel Gibson, with one week's
rest, will be toeing the hill to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon against Alum Alumni
ni Alumni to try and put his team back
into the fight for the second
half and a sweep of the season.
USS Jasper, currently pacing
the loop, are out on a short
cruise and will not be back un until
til until the 12th when they are
scheduled to meet Cristobal
High in defense of their hold
on first place.
It' anybody's guess who Bill
Hugnes will be starting tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, out he has only recently
acquired the services of Raul
Swalm and that addition to the
Alumni mound staff could be of
plenty help before the season is
over on March 2&
The box score:
Powells Ab R
Swearingen c .... 6 3
Hall lb. 3b A 2
Dedeaux ss, lb .. 6 2
Highley rf, If, p 5 2
Gibson, N. 3b, ss 6 2
Hooper cf 4 2
Manning 2b, rf .. J 2
Sapp if ; 2 0
Dunning rf. 2b .. 3 2
Lung p, If 5 3
5 3
H Po
2. 8
2 1
5
1
1
3
2
0
0
0
0
43 20 20 21 6
CMS.
Rankin ef . 4 0 0 0
Humphrey e .... 2 0 0 4
Sasso 2b 4 10 0
Croft rf. d 3 0 2 1
Cabanillaa rf .... 1 0 0 0
Kullg ss 3 2 2 5-
Newhard 3b 3 8 1 2
jPalumbo 0 10 0
Gibson. W. lb. p 3 0 1 5
ITobln If. lb 4 0 O 4
1 Hadarits p ...... 0 0 0 0
taawford rf. If .. 4 0.1 0
31' 4 7 21 17
Seere By Inniags
Powells 190 040 620 20
CMS. 011000 2-4 7 10

By JACK CUDDY
New York, March 8 (ID-Federal
Judge Sylvester J. Ryan
has ruled that the International
Boxing Club is a- monopoly in its
promotion of world championship
fights. The decision apparently
opened the door to other promot promoters
ers promoters seeking to stage chamionship
bouts.
No financial penalties were in involved
volved involved as it was a civil and not a
criminal case. :- V
However, since the Control of
champions and their fights has
been the backboke of top promo promotional
tional promotional organizations for 36 years,
today's :. decision was 1 a stunning
punch to the IBC chin.
In finding the IBC and its com components
ponents components guilty of violating the
anti-trust laws, in its promotion,
televising, broadcasting and film filming
ing filming of championship bouts, Judge
Ryan made an hstoric distinc distinction
tion distinction when he placed professional

title fights in a new, separate en
tertainment category.
He wrote, in his 59-page opin
ion, "the exhibition of professional
chamDionshiD boxing contests
el nps constitute a market separate
and distinct from the exhibition of
other professional boxing contests,
sDortine events and other forms
of nublic shows, spectacle and
entertainments."
Arcnrdinfllv, hia decision has no
hearine on other SDortS. although
it cam onlv two weeks after the
U.S. Supreme Court refused to
grant professional football the
same exerriDtion from the anti
trust laws it previously had given
baseball.
The decision was on the anti
trust action filed by the govern
ment five years ago and brought
to trial last spring.
Ttvan found the defend
ants guilty on all. three counts of
conspiring to restrain and monop
olize the title bout trade, ana or
restraining and monopolizing.
The defendants were: ine inter
national Boxina Clubs of New
Vnrk Illinois. Michigan and Mis
sourl; the Madison Square Garden
Corporation of New Yorkj James
D. JNorns, presioeni 01 me 10 m
New York, and Illinois and of the
Garden; ana Arinur m. mrn, uie
rector of the IBC of Illinois Michi
gan and Missouri.
(Government attorneys wHl .dis .disclose
close .disclose W forte W t h e decision
within the next 30 days wnen wey
appear before Judge Ryan and
ask for "sanctions" to change the
inrve methods of ooeration. Ana
attorneys for the IBC will argue
cfsiinat the sanctions. Then the
to j r.-,,.
iiidffe will SlEn a iinai iu
...u.t.nA. entiprionR he Dermus.
Wliatc-vi "' ;
Pi-nmntpr Nnrns saiQ 81 lOrai
r2hiA va: "The court's deci-
aif cmirse a disappoint
ment to me. All I can say at this
time i T hoDe we will not be pre
vented from continuing to present
our Wednesday ana rrraay nigm
f;v,tc which have nroved such
liquid, ; ..
nomilar television and radio ai-
He said the only contracted
hh. fioht on the IBC schedule
was middleweight champion Gene
FnUmer's defense agains.i xv
Robinson at Chicago, way i.
cinna tndav's ruiine applies ap
parently only to the IBC's conduct
of title tignis, me saucuuua
ki ,.,ui not interfere with the
"1 aw - j
tiew slO.400.000 contract signet
last week between the IBC. ana
a razor company for two years
of Friday night TV-radio fights
starting in June.
College Cage
Scores
EAST
NYU 67 St. Johns (N.Y.) 55'
Harvard 69 Dartmouth 60
St. Michael's (Vt.) 87 Vermont 77
Muhlenberg 76 Seton Hall 65
Millerville 81 Geneva 68
Manhattan 100 Wagner 67
SOUTH
Winston-Salem Tchrs.
87 Gramb-
ling 76
SOUTHWEST
Hardin Simmons 72 N.M.
A&M60
ACC TOURNAMENT
(lit Round)
South Carolina 84 Duke 81
Maryland 71 Virginia 68
North Carolina 81 Clemson 61
Wake Forest 66 N.C State 57
Swrthera Conference Tournament
Richmond 9b Furman 71
Wasoington & Lee 85 Citadel 62
West Virginia 71 Davidson 51
Va. Poly 64 William k, Mary 56
NAIA TOURNEY
Ball St. Tchrt. 81 Anderson Coll 78
MASON-DIXON TOURNEY V
Mt. St Mary's 88 Loyola (Md.) 73
Chestnut Replaces
Sfck l$$y Martinez
NEW YORK (UP) Ike Chest Chestnut
nut Chestnut of New York has been named
to replace the ailing Isidro Mar Mar-tines
tines Mar-tines cf Panama for his March 15
Madison Square Gardea date with
'Gil Cadilhi of Los Angeles. Mar Mar-tines
tines Mar-tines is suffering from intestinal
flu. CadiQL the fifth ranking feath
erweight, beat Chestnut in Hons-,
ton, Tex., on Oct." 30,-1956 ona
one point decision.

MARGARITA BOWLING
LEAGUE
. Ninth Week
The Naval Station maintains
ed their lead but dropped three
points to- the ; cellar-dwelling
Butler five. They, are onlv lead-
in by, only one slim point, on
ly tne Navy's Lowe was over
the 500 mark with a 553 series.
Wiklngstad led Butler wltth a
513 series. Casa Yohros split
with the Police Assn. to hold
third place and' roll this sea season's
son's season's high single game, a 994
scratch, s
After losing the- first two
games Yohros came back in the
third With their record break
ing game to take total pinfall.
Ed Spinney's nice 686 series was
only good enough to-' elve the
Aces a split with Powells.
This series enabled1 Ed to take
high Class A this week while
Powell's DeVoll took : Class B
with, a 570 and Reccia took
Class C witih a 525 series. Note
to Willie Stllson: Don't roll In Into
to Into a spilt. Kant managed to
take one point- from Wright
Bros, without the aid of carj carj-tain
tain carj-tain Rudy who will be out for
a couple of weeks. "Elvis" Lopa Lopa-tin
tin Lopa-tin subbed for him and rolled a
536 to lead the Kam rollers.
Sanker led the Wright Bros
with a 55& series.
STANDINGS

,Won Lost
Naval Station 23 13
Powells 22 14
Casa Yohros 20 16
Police Assn 19 17
Aces ....18 18
Agenda Kam ...... 16 19
Wright Bros 15 21
Butler . 10 Vs ,25i2

TOP, TEN
Colbert ......
Hogan
Sninney ......
Piotrowski
Rudy
Hoppe .......
Lonatin
StiJsoh .......
Sanker ......
St. John .. ..,
180-13
178-27
177- 2
176-40
176- 4
174-43
m- 2
171-18
171-16
169-64
BUTlER
Brooks- it .121 :139173 433
Beason . 132 178 194 504
Wiklngstad 15ft 177 lftn sis
Stroon t, 137 157 180 454
Graham ... 170 175 144 489
- 7l m 871 293
48 48 48 144
"764 "854. 919 2537
V EIICAIITO
TODAY! .35 and .20
COLOSSAL DOUBLE!
m I II" .BSiaa..
LUAHDKUE
(HlHfKID
tutvEiimu.
ALSO j
Adventure and
spectacle in the
great Egyptian j
desert!
UliiOfCE BARrET-AKTHOPd STEE
(TtCIMCOlOa!
Today IDEAL 20 .10
"REMEMBER PEAR
; HARBOR"
- Also
John Payne In
"ROAD TO DENVER"

NAVAL STATION

Jodice
151 178 140
46S
460
473
558
474
Booth
Ramsey
Lowe
Hoppe
156
198
148
131 179
144 1 147
189 171
154 m
835 798 809,2440
CASA YOHROS
Oesterlt.
Kaufer
Brown t
Colbert
Hogan
130
175
163
173
134
144
171
154
158
136
303
197
192
176
226
643
609
505
496
775 761 994 2530
POLICE ASSN. V
. . 180 139 166
Stewart
Cok ;
Guest
DeRaps
Martin
JO.
409
-501
128
165
176
214
"863
2
140 141
157 5 179
175 163
185 157
"614
556
2465
v796:
S
806
.2
79S 608 3471
ACES
. 189 167 v20i .''358
, 152 454 154 '440
. 134 131 127 392
. 202 176 175 553
. 247 207 232 .686
924 "&15 "890 261?
Stllson
Nilka
Halliday
Piotrowski
Spinney .
POWELLS
Wright
DeVoU
Reccia
Bell .
Watson
181
159
199
151
145
"35
33
157
225
166
178
163
889
33
146
188
160
150
192
484
570
525
479
500
834
33
255S
99
868 922 867 2657
Agenda Kam
Robinson . 135 178 168 490
Johnson . 187 185 158 480:
Blind .... 149 149 149 447.
Stepp . 191 158 146 495
Lopatin ... 193 167 176 S36
lii "867 "797 2451
WRIGHT BROS.
Bartram
1JW 144 198 529,
Kirkendall
199 157 155 511
127 1SS 107 0
Hicks
Schommer- 154 160. 160 474
Sanker v .167 I86?ta0855t
827 ; 811 915 2554.
13 ; 13 -11 39
840 125 28 2593
CLASSIC BOWLING LEAGUK
Age wood 61 3
acyu-uur Agency ....... 54 4B
F.l Panama a e

Austin 3763.,
AGEWOOD AND' EL PANAMA.

til J.O tLASUC liAGUE
TITLE
lost all of it rhanrna t rln
the classic League by allowing
"Bfwuuu w win ine last match.
Of the Vear thru- nninf frt ni
With only eight points to play
for, Agewood must win only ont.
-A-uit 10 oe cnampions for the
ioo-io season.
---ft.
holder for the league, paced
Agewood and got help from Bob
xu-uno. ana bod Boyer. s
For SeVfflOilr Innn n.nn
Casclo and Harry Colbert scored
highest.
...vuvji jm. ill
'
ir.Itnnnn
Boyer . 156 229. 177 662
Gleichman i.u in m
Lane . . i7 31s is aaa
Balcer . 194 IBS -ui
mw
848 1012 731 2791
SETMnmt innrv
Casclo . 181 170 209 560
McGarvey 178 190 188 656 ;
Kunkel ... 200 159 183 54J
Nnues ... 180 191 1S7 2A
Colbert ... 184 183 193 560
,923 893 930 2746
El Panama mAnA lluu to
second place by winning from
Austin, three points to one.
cen ricigrj naa nit best
SCOTa nf th vear ta Imit l
una while Chuck Almeda of
Austin was nigh man for the
night
EL PANAMA '

Lowande 170 1S1 act

ralclgno . 192 203 229 624
Bo wen ... 177 157 170 &04
Albrttton 183 180 174 537 -Coffey
... 183 213 211 607
914 834 "75 2S23
AUSTIN
Almeda ... 177 220 235 632
Thomas . 138 177 156 47f
Snellbaker 156 150 159 4S
Knoll ... 192 158 189 539
Best ... 181 236 190 607
844 941 929 2714
The hleh averages art as
t iouows: Baicer. 204: Cavio 201;

vwntj, niiucua, gas
191: Colbert, 19a
In the Individual score Bud
Balcer. 694: Bob Bowen C90;
and Bud Balcer, 687, lead in the t
series category.
For one game, the leaders are
268. McGarvey and Balcer; 217,
Knoll; and 266. Cascl.



1.
i
7

f'"f irrr'p' 'it'-IBM l-VA'A Bauer the pro golfer, -makes sure

'abme months now. even has
LShow in New. orK on ap.
'
MIAMI BEACH- li we naa
woJTe tW. but then
wasn't Deroy Bay.
(;, -" ;
' 'A JltUe more tnan an nuui
.$lW,00q;)nan

;ftr Dan Daniel

J Hiirknesa. we were hotel bound.

..i it

:Er eighth, or another; quarter, for that matter, but-.
--' a ' J.. ". 1 !'... -..t tv. nrinor i "Hell, the

SSSeU ne thing y$
' It !wm clear that Arcaro bad
SB:r7odby;;n

fit. Neither tat Joneses nor uw nuq ww- --., k-----lyr
or together they had put him up on four of his flw Drby
winners,'
"As a matter of fact, Willie told me I wU lucky to win tf
day." aald Arcaro. .;:..a: -vw-;.

" i.V. i
-.. xisim liuymu
"Had trouble finding facing
he'aaid. I wouldn't know about

when he moved to me n tne eignui iw u un
with mine, and thafa where the race was decided. ;

Willie Hartack was the subject of the discussion.- Hf is one
t th brightest of the new generation of Jockeys, -one of the
mmvmtml-"Mt-aad Arcaros'' now in action, and a tremendous fa-

TOrtte-here,.' .--v':
; VWe wondered. If "it didn't give

ride a spectacular youngster in one ox
vlied races. . ', S:' '-'- 5'
' ."' , MR. FITZ'S INSTRUCTIONS XT;
' 'utm. '..Jvjt vimt MVui' W rfiri hay trouble.: like

v.-..v. Th.t-. .nmhinff incite fca n't always control.' For

Instance, I wasnt able to. ride the race Iinlanneda ?
S -i hadn't expected Federal Hill, the pacesetter, .tostop so
... j i- wi.. v. aa lavtrto rloVit hlrk nf -himl Aa I Was. -1

rj -w-, i a l.b. tv..
because Bold Ruler does not glv

: Before the race In the-paddock, the rsmarkabie Mr Pits had
..'u .i..w m trmt knt I have known earn

other a.long time. I want .you to ride this horse though he
were your own, Nd matter what happens I, know you will. have
done your best." ; v:;
Arcaro, knowing Federal Hm's tiasheei oVlityr decided
4h. n.iav umniicn hetwen th naceaetter and the

horse he had to beat, reaerally

though, the Jatter was coupled with Iron Uege M an entry.

n counted on Federal Hill

ioree-iuaners oi a mue, iua aroi, uai uuui
earlier and... well, as you can se, I certainly did not win the

race n my planning.
. Because Flamingo winners,
Keedles. have gone on to win at
to Interpret the local feature in
That's a good, way to go broke.
"'Conditions are different. The
longer. In two months young
stronjrer. Owners aren't likely
Derby is their main objective.

ing can be stricken by accident or sickness.
J Arcaro probably wasn't kidding when he added:

wasn't even thinking of
thst If I got to the wire first I'd
Whlch.was $96,400, by the way.)

,- ". -;' .:.-.i'. y
GUGGEXHTIM ACE HURT

- The Flamingo- was a disappointment in that1 Red God

couldn't make 1L A stone bruise
brilUant youngster 4n the barn,
almost ertaln to miss the Derby,

' The New Tortr raced Red God last aeaoea la. England
where he wae a stakes winner. la his only start la America,
here two weeks are, he wea impressively despite the bruise, at

was ume nn evMenu
-Lady Luck and Gurnnheim

msntie idyU. He won tee '53 Derby with Dark fitar, only to see

nun oreu oown in nis next start,

a stront Winter Book enoice the foUowinc spring, didn't even
get to the race due to-injury. And knowing horsemen tell us

ura uoa wme uie oeci vtxoy
mstt nas ever had.

5 t t

$ y
""'V v-

an appearance
i.:.. '.i.hi it tnd&T we still
, TTj 4i,i.
nobody has to remind me this
u. -cam Arcaro had won
"c; heart toDoer.
Arraro. who at 41, Is till
'
a. hlbr regard for Gn. Duke,
raa"rider lnhis day." "How
: ,i
room" turning' into the -tretch,
that. What I do know is that
i'x::.':- ' V'.;''A,;
thft old mastera Wck.to'ut-
1aaw4 mirtulf ti. mll(h ton .SOOn.
you-his best when, he s alone
conceded to be Gen. Duke,
holdirir Ids speed for at least
notably Lawrtn, Citation and
Churchill Downs' It is popular
terms ox. tne &emucxy ueroy,
r -. :
Derby is an eighth of a mile
horses can grow bigger and
to rush their hopefuls if the
And overnight the most promis
HarUclL AQ I had In mind was
get 10 percent of the purse
'. ;., .v
kept Capt. Harry Ounenhelm's
and the injury Is such that he's
too.. ," ";.. .". ;
- -----.-..", t
have not enlored a kmg. ro-
the rreakness. nit Turn-To
prospect tne waria war l Dira
;

Teams Seek
"
To Wrap Up
NCAABerths
, fty TIM MORIARTY
"NEW YORK, March 9 (UP)
It will be showdown night" ia
Dixie tonight when North Carolina
and West Virginia seek to wrap up
their respective tournament cham-
Sionshipa and the remaimng open
erths in the N.C.A.A. Basketball

jamboree. '
N v...... 'i:-.-. W ... ..
In the final round ef the At Atlantis
lantis Atlantis Coast Conference Tevmey
st Raleigh. N.C., vndefeeted
North Carolina runs into- upstart
South Carolina in what sHapes up
as an Interesting scoring dual ke ke-tween
tween ke-tween two All-Amerleant Lan Lan-nlo
nlo Lan-nlo Reeanbluth of the Tar -Waalt
end Grsdy Wallace Sf the ame
. .eeeks-a- -'. ?h- ,'" t
;.. ',,;::..; v;;;0
,. T?nH TtiinilW another XHrAmerl-
can, will lead West Virginia against
Washington ana Lee in me cnim cnim-pionship
pionship cnim-pionship game of the Southern Con Conference
ference Conference Tournament at Richmond,
Vs.
North Carolina and West Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia rat an heavv favorites, air
though the tall and talented Tar
Heels were almost bounced out of
the A.C.C. shindig last night oy
Walr Vtot. However. Rosen-
bluth once again proved he is one
of the nation's leading clutch play-
era,' pouring m tnree points m we
final 46 seconds to -earn North Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina a 61-59 victory.
Wake Forest, after trailing fey
as much s 11 points in the first
half, forged ahead of the Tar Heels
for the first time on, a pair of free
throws, by center Jim Gilley with
S3 seconas len. ut toe ueacons
held this 58-58 margin only nine
seconds. : ?(" .'
North Carolina quickly brought
the bau down court- and passed to
Rosenbluth, who -connected on s
jump shot from near the foul circle.
The New York-born forward -was
fouled on the play. He calmly con converted
verted converted the free throw to give the
top-ranked Tir Heels their 28th
strtight victory. ;
South Carolina folldwed up its
surprise victory over Duke by
downing second -seeded Maryland,
74-64, in their semifinal game. Wal Wallace,
lace, Wallace, the nation's : leading scorer,
poured in SI points fox. the Game Game-cocks.
cocks. Game-cocks. r ',-.- -;:-.v-.
Norm Carolina already has beat beaten
en beaten South Carolina twice this
season, holding Wallace to only
II points in" their meat recent
meeting. However in teurnsment
flay Wallace ha looked usr es
mpreasive as Reeenbluth, total
ing 71 points in two games
pared te 44 far the Tar Heal star.
South Carolina never had ad advanced
vanced advanced past the opening round of
the. A.C.C, Tourney but now that
the. Gamecocks find themselves in
the final, coach Frank Johnson
promised, "We came up here to
win ... and we'll just try to keep
winning." 4
" West Virginia earned its berth in
the Southern Conference final by
whipping Richmond, 83-82, while
Washington and Lee turned back
defensive minded Virginia' Tech,
68-54. V' :
Hundley, contributed 17 peinre
and e dauiing exhibition ef play play-making
making play-making for the Meuntoineere,
who are bidding far their third
atreight tournament crown.- Lloyd
Sharrar else, had a big hand An
the West Virginia triumph, eeer.
ing 3 points. j
Washington,' and Lee couldn't
solve Virginia Tech's sons defense
in the first half of their game and
left tne floor at halfume trailing
27-26. But the Generals found the
range with longshots ia the second
half snd pulled away easily behind
a 24-point effort by Dom Flora.
Elsewhere, Oklahoma Ai and II.
turned back Bradley, 68-53, snap snap-pin
pin snap-pin the N.LT.-bound Braves' 15-
game winning streak On their home
court, while Oregon btate whipped
regon, 75-62; Washington ed fed
Washington State, 73-72, and Cali California
fornia California downed Southern California,
16-55, in Pacific Coast Conference
sction. California, already, assured
a berth in the N.C.A.A. tournament,
can clinch the P C.Ccrowa by beat
ing Southern Cal. again tonight.

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Pacific Softball

BXLZINGER FIT CHtS ONE
.. HITTER IN PSL SECOND
;v; HALF OPENER
Second Half Standings
Won .Lost Pet
Lou Glud Agency . 1.
Ha. & Ha. 20th in, 1
1.U00
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Cerveceria Nac. 0
Blatz Brewers ..... 0
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Tasco Ratterles 0
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Next Games
I Sat Mar. 9: Hd. -and'Ha.Oth
Infantry vs Tasco Batteries,
Mon. Mar. 11: tou Glud Agen
cy vs Hq. and Hq. 2t0h Inf.
Tues. Mar. is: C. N. Pan Ll-
quldo vs Blatz Brewers.,
Wed. Mar. 13: Tasco' Batteries
Vs Lou Glud Agency. ..
Thurs. Mar. 14f Ha. and Ha.
JOth Inf. vs C. NPan Llquido.
Fri. Mar. 15:. Blate Brewers vs
Tasco Batteries-
THE ONE-HITTKB
In the Pacific Softball Leaeue
second half opener. Loa Hilzin Hilzin-ger,
ger, Hilzin-ger, the well-established Softball
pitcher, hurled Lou Glud Stars
to a 3-to-2 victory over the first
half winners; Cerveceria Nacio Nacio-nai
nai Nacio-nai pan Llquido.
HilzinRer held the liauld-boys
to one hit, a, bunt by Tony Os-
trea in the second inning.
Going into the second, Glud
Stars led by one run which' was
scored after 'McArthur reached
first safely on loslhir pitcher
McNalr Lane error then stole
second and scored on an error
by first-baseman pescod off the
bat of Larry Jones. Two singles
in a row followed the mishaps
by pan Llquido and Glud boys
loaded the bases.' but Lane took
the. next two batters in perfect
order.
A contest that kept everyone
excited, pan Liquido made two
runs durlnr their half of the
second on two bases on balls, a
sacrifice, three errors and a
bunt hit At the close of the
second, Hilzineer struck out
seven hatters from this point
and allowed only one walk.
Glud came back in the ball
same' in the fourth inning when
Hllzlnger led off with an error
by the first-baseman, moved to
second on Trout's sacrifice then
scored on Dunn's single ad error
to right field.
With two outs. Mc Arthur sent
a single to short left, advanced
to second on Malene's base-blow
through' the middle then scored
on -Jones deep single down the
line in right placing- the Stars
ahead by one run, 3 to 2.
Hilztnaer win made his record
five wins and thre setbacks
while Lane took his third defeat
against eleven wins.
Score By Innings
Cer. Nacional 020 000 02 1 5
LOu Olud A. -100 200 x 3 7 I
umDires!. Marv Metneny ana
Brtckhouse. Scorer: Henry Clark.
On Tuesdav. the first fArfeit
rime this season was recorded
lifter rhlef umpire Marv Methe-
ny called the contest between
Hq. and Ha. 20th infantry and
Blati Brewers forfeited in favor
of 20th infantry. 7 to 0 due to
Blatx Brewers failure in appear,
ing at gam tlma.

THINGS IN THE WORLD OrSPORT?i

With30-Year-OldHamner
It's A Matter Of Control

By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UP) With
LGranny Hn inner today it's a mat
ter of control of the nerves,
the heart and the fast ball,
, Granny at the age of 30 Is try trying
ing trying to carve out a new career in
the major leagues. After nine
years as a regular infielder with
the Philadelphia Phillies a sore soreness
ness soreness in the "extra arm" ruined
his stretch and he's trying to
make- it tat--a- pitchers .,,-,.
,,;..;,, kiJ'vr;vHff;':
"I fear the worst and hope for
th best," he says.
The odds, strangely enough, are
both with him and against him.
Men with strong throwing arms
have made it before. Made it big,
too. But, strangely enough, those
who were successful all switched
at age 26.
Frank AAcGuire
Is United Press
'Coach Of Year'
By EARL WRIGHT
NEW YORK (UP)-Frank
Guire, who transferred his
nd a bevv of talented
Mc Mc-big
big Mc-big cot
lege basketball players from New
York to the University of North
Carolina, haa been voted Unitee
Press Coach of the year. j
McGuire's Tar Heels! nine of
whom hail from the New York
City area, swept 24 gamea to be become
come become the only major college able
to finish the regular 1956-57 sea season
son season with a perfect record. This
showing earned McGuire coach J.
the year honors by a huge margin
in a nationwide poll of 267, sports
writers and broadcasters.
TV.. irur.oM mark received
- iud L
150 votes, 54 per cent of -the total!
cast although 33 coacnes weri
mentioned on the ballots. Adolph
Rupp, whose Kentucky- Wildcatt
won the Southeastern Conference
title, was a distant second with 22
votes. Bill Stranigan of Iowa State
was third with 13. '. :
Branch McCracken of Indians
vii neit with eight votes and
Forrest (Forddy) Anderson nf
Mk'ugan State was fifth with sev seven.
en. seven. Donsld (Dudey) Moore of Du Du-quesne,
quesne, Du-quesne, a two-time winner of the
United Presa pofl, was next with
six. Freddie Schaus of West Vir
ginia. Pete Newell of California,1,
Johnny Wooden of UCLA, Joe Cur-ran-
of Canisius and Babe Mc McCarthy
Carthy McCarthy of Mississippi State each
received five votes. John Csstel Csstel-lani
lani Csstel-lani of Seattle and Doc Hayes of
Southern Methodist were next
with four spiece.
McGuire's Tar Heels' finished
first in the ACC this season but
must win" the current conference
tournament to assure themselves
a berth ia the NCAA champion- j
SUipB. j
McGuire moved to North Caro-I
Una after guiding St. John's of
New Yort to lOf victories against
36 defeats hi five aeasons. No New,
York school has chsllenEcd ser seriously
iously seriously for the national title since
his 1953 St. John's tesm went to
the final of the NCAA Tournament
before losing to Kansas, J

Look -at the classic examples:
Bucky Walters, Bob Lemon, Saul
Rogovin and Jack Harshmon

They all were four years younger
man namner wnen they made the
leap and those four years could
spell the difference.
Hamner's could be a tragic
case-, one of the aging "Whit
Kids" who carried the Phillies to
tneir pennant in 1950, he pulled a
tendon in his non-throwinff arm
two years ago. It failed to respond
to treatment and he went under
the knife In November of 1955. But
me arm never recovered.-? l
"It didn't bother my throwing,
ne xpiains. -uut 1 couldn't swing
mi. me pjaie any more and I
couldn't stretch far and low with
my glove hand."
Last season he hit only .224
Meanwhile, to his dismay, balls
ne usea 10 come up with were
slipping under his glove or eluding
nis desperate lunge. But the sharp
eyes of coach Benny Bengough
gave him a chance at a new
career.
Bengough had noticed previous
ly that the first basemen always
had trouble handling Hamner's
throws. The resson, on investigs
tion, proved to be the fact that
Granny threw a bail which
"moved."
His throws
sailed.
to first hopped or
it looks luce it s Ditching or
nothing for me, Hamner admits
today. "Learning control is t b e
big thing snd I seem to be doing
pretty well with s fast ball, a
slider and knuckler. But I also
have to admit that my curve ball
isn't, too good"
But he's trying, with the desper desperation
ation desperation of a man who has no place
else to go.
Fullmer-Robinson
Championship Bout
Postponed To May 1
CHICAGO (UP) The Gene
Fullmer .- Riy Robinson middle middleweight'
weight' middleweight' title bout has been post postponed
poned postponed from April 24 to May 1 at
the request of the television spon sponsors.
sors. sponsors.
The International Boxing Club
said the date was changed to con
form with a sales promotion cam campaign
paign campaign "planned .by the TV spon sponsors.
sors. sponsors. Fullmer won the title from
Robinson in New York Jsn. 2.

CAROL also plays the plana hi the Bafbea Rar
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ARMED FORCES v
LITTLE LEAGUE
Curundu kept rolling right along,
in quest of their fifth champion championship,
ship, championship, by defeating West Bank five
to 0 in Thursday's game, played
at Cocoh before a capacity crowd.
Faced by the only team to beat
them in their previous thirteen
games, in the park where they
suffered that defeat and with the
pitcher who beat them on the hill
Tony Piaia's boys came out fight fighting
ing fighting at the bell and when the first!
inning was over they were well on
the way to victory with a good
three run lead and Bullet Butch
Zent ready to go.
- West Bank's ace, Jimmy Hamil Hamilton,
ton, Hamilton, went the distance for the los losers
ers losers and did his very best. In the
first inning Zent Reichar's and
Smith's singles snd Franciom's
bunt produced three runs.
The second third and fourth in innings
nings innings produced no dlfficullt situa situation
tion situation for Hamilton but in the fifth
Jimmy Dykes-Jed, off with a walk,
Zent struck out, Reichart hit a
fly ball that fell in for a double
between West Bank's second base baseman
man baseman and the rightfielder, Smith
struck out and Hovan came
through with a sharp single to
center scoring the two runners,
being put out at aecond as tried
for the extra base.
Hamilton allowed five runs, six
hits, struck out four, walked two
and was charged with two wild
pitches and one error.
Bullet Butch Zent. calm and
composed as usual, went about
his business from the first Inning
to rack up his seventh victory a
gainst no losses. Except for the
first and third innings when hack
to back singles were hit by Ham Hamilton
ilton Hamilton and Llnfors, Zent was never
in trouble, and really proved his
anility as a ton fliebt hurler in
the third when with Hamilton and
Linfors on base with one out, he
struck out Pace and Nordeng to
end the inning. Butch, allowed
five hits, walked one man, struck
out seven as his team played er
rorless ball.
Offensively Curundu's no hit
pitcher Reichart, who yesterday
played at shortstop, Hamilton and
Linfors had two for three. Zent,
Smith, Hovan and Lane had one
for three and Balbach one for two.
Smith and Hovan were credited
with driving in two runs apiece
and Frangionl got credit for bat batting
ting batting in Curundu's other run.
With this victory Curundu, win winner
ner winner of the first 3 four champion champion-ships
ships champion-ships In the Armed .Forces Little
League, is well on the way to win-
nmg their linn. Having lost out
one game out of fourteen; their
only defeat being in the first half
they now lead in the second half
with four wins and no losses. A
real fighting ball club, blessed
with two of the finest pitchers ev ever
er ever seen in the lesgue, good solid
hitting right through the lineup ex excellent
cellent excellent defense snd peerless man management.
agement. management. Displaying remarkable control
Monday West Bank's big south southpaw
paw southpaw Willie Peterson won his Sec Second
ond Second straight game as West Bank
defeated Albrook, in a real tbriU-

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er,' three to two, Monday atfer
noon at Cocoli.
West Bank got all their runs in
the first inning. Bridges led off
with double, Lima walked, Jim
Hamilton atruck out, Linfors hit a
high fly to right and when Paulk
dropped the ball Bridges scored;
Lima went to third and Linfors tor
second. Pace then walked to load
the bases and Nordeng lined a
single over short to push across 1
Lima and Linfors.
With one out and runners... on-
second and third, Bibbo bunted at-,
tempting to squeeze in the 4tlrruA
but Clayton fielded the ball beau
tifully and threw to. the plate if
get Pace by a mile. Peterson
struck out to end the inning and'
West Bank's scoring for the day; -,
Albrook's pitcher, Clayton, lost,
no prestige in defeat. After thp ',
first inning when West Bank got.
their three runs, he shut the door
and was in trouble only once
when Bibbo got to third but Clay,.
ton bore down and struck out bal balbach
bach balbach and Lima. He allowed ftyur
hits, three runs, walked three,
struck out six and was charged
with two errors. j
Peterson, throwing free snd easy,
had unusually good control anfl
allowed two runs, five hits, three
walks and struck out eleven. His
team committed one error.
Albrook got one run in the first,,
when Krebs, who "was the day'
best hitter with two for threei
lead off with a single, stole sec sec-ond,'
ond,' sec-ond,' moved to third when Hinder
lieder resched first on Lima's er.
ror and scored on an infield 'But.
With Hinderleider on third .and"
one Out Pete bore down and'
struck out Eastman and Reynolds
to end the inning. ''.a1
Albrook's other run was. scored
on a well executed double steal.
Buddy Hamilton, led off with :a
double to left center, moved to
third on Paulk's infield hit a n'd
stole home as Paulk pilfered ;sett
ond.
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Team
Curundu ...
West Bank
Albrook AFB ....
Fort Clayton ....
Fort Kobbe .....
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5 5
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, Second Half Up TO Mar ch'i
Curundu -; sf .
West Bank,- 3 4-j ..
Caribbean icpmrflV a
Fort Kobbe ,,Yi
Fort Clayton 1 3 ,f.,:'
Albrook AFB .i i, 1 tyjit
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Atlantic Side 1st Half He-flits'
Team VV LiiTT
AA Raiders 8 T;.A i
AA Rangers 7 2, O r
American Legion 3 6 0
MRA ......... 0 00
Second Half p To March 7
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American Legion z
AA Raiders 1
MRA 0
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FOR RENT: Top floor in two two-apartment
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FOR RENT: Apartment, 3
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Maids quarters, locked garage,
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nama Panama 3-0873.
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FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
well ventilated, two bedroom,...
living-dining room kitchen, bath bathroom.
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$20.00 goes with house. For
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PENSACOLA, Fla. (UP) -William
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confederate veteran, was
released from a hospital here to today
day today following minor surgery.
Lundy was described as being
in "good" condition. He was taken
to bis Laurel HilL Fla.. borne by
ambulance but that was said to
have been a courtesy rather than
a necessity.
Lundy underwent prostate sur surgery
gery surgery and laboratory tests showed
no maticnancy to tissue. Hofpttal
attendants said he was in fine
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Belair 4-door sedan, two-ton
sky blu and ivory, 1500 miles.
Excellent condition. Fine radio
$1,800.00 cash. Telephone 3-53-76
or 3-6996.
FOR SALE: 1949 Tudor Sedan
six cylinder Ford. May ba seen
at 2718-D Cocoli, C.Z. Navy Pa Pacific
cific Pacific 3035.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chev. Bel
Air, 2-door Sedan. Good condi condition.
tion. condition. 59 Via Argentina, El Can-;
grejo. Panama 3-2732.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford 4 door,
8 cylinder with radio. Very
good condition, $275.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Panama 3-5549.
FOR SALE: 1949 Mareury
' Four door. Good condition, du duty
ty duty paid, Panama, license. Phon,
Balboa 2-4139.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chv. con convertible;
vertible; convertible; Mercury Grill, conti continental
nental continental kit; .'53 style, paint job.
Real tharpl $650.00. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3601.
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
Monterey, hardtop. Priced for
quick sale. Can be 'seen at
Apt. 0260-C Ridge, Gamboa Wk.
days, Phon Balboa 3332.
FOR SALE: 1947 CorsUy
tudor Sedan. Good transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. New battery good tires.
Call Balboa 4323 or 3p78 after 4.
1955, Chevrolet Bel Air coupe
two tone, 4 new puncture proof
tires, new battery, radio heat-
or, underal. Albrook 5233.
t 4ct i tivrftlTR ANfT.
h.jtr nn
i i:-4.. v can
t- JIM R1D0E
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel Panama Z-0SSS
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packer Shlppeie Mjvei
Phoes 22451 j-JI"
Learn Riding
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jumping Classes daily
i to 5 p.m. Pb0" 2t2451
or by appointment.
CHILDREN & GENERAL
DENTISTRY
Dr. R. Eisenmann
&
Dr. C. E. Fabrera
C.8. Dental-Medical. Mv""Jf
Tlvoll (4 mt July) Ave.
(epplte Aeo School pl.JI
-Slim foot flrure down
BODY. REDUCING
McLevy Machine. Mauaf
. Steam Bath male and female
ORTOPEDIA NACIONAL
U Av. Jmt Araemena 1-K1T
Dr. SCHOIX trained Chiropodist
Scout News
AH over the Canal Zone Girl
Scouts will open Girl Scout
week by attending religious serv services
ices services in the Church or syna synagogue
gogue synagogue of their choice. Today
and tomorrow the pattern of
green uniforms In Church pews
will be repeated in communities
all over the TJJS. as each girl In
her own way renews her prom promise.
ise. promise. 'On my honor, I will try to
do my duty to God and my
country."
HOUSEHOLD
EXCHANGE
S&LS
e Doable beds with
spring and nattress.S4l.0e
e Metal chests f
drawers
Wardrobe i-"
Metal Sideboards ... 1S.00
Metal beds (33) with
Springs ....... 14.SI
e Cribs with aew
mattresses SM
e Center Tables ....... 1S.N
Cbatirs .... ..' 2-5t
e Bnnk beds with
oattress t.M
o Folding ets 22JO
Larg Locker ll.M
e Tabic Model SCS'GER
Sewing Machine ...195.M
National Ave. K. 41
Phone 3-4111 mr S-M4S

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: R.C.A. 21 Inch
T.V. 25-60 cycle, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Phone 85-2188.
FOR SALE: 4 door 1955 Ford Ford-amatic
amatic Ford-amatic Sedan, W-S tires, radio.
Excellent condition, $1,700. 4
twin beds, $90.00. 4 innerspring
' mattresses. 4 springs. General
Eiactric vacuum, $10.00. Wesf Wesf-inghous
inghous Wesf-inghous refrigerator, $85.00.
Westinghouse roaster, $20.00.
Miscellaneous articles; Tele Tele-phone
phone Tele-phone Balboa 2-1079.
FOR SALE: Practically nw
R em m ing ton 16 gaug pump
shotgun 28" modified, $50.00.
Seven piece Rattan type, living
room set, $50.00. Telephone 25 25-3109.
3109. 25-3109. ;
FOR SALE v
Wrought iron living and dln-
, ning room furniture, foam
rubber cushions. Call 3-3835.
FOR SALE: Used Phileo
aireonditioner 3-4 HP perfect
condition- xellant value. Hal Hal-man,
man, Hal-man, S.A. Via Espana Nov 1
Tel. M383. )
25 Cycler? Dear 25 cycler;
The International Jewelry
Camera Headquarters has th
solution to your worries. Our
Proximat projector you us' air air-cooled
cooled air-cooled and after conversion t
60 cycles you run it with the
blower which is attached al already.
ready. already. Place your order Im Immediately
mediately Immediately with International
Jewelry 155 Central Ave. Corn Cornier
ier Cornier K Street. Mail order by
Phon 2-1803. No paydowrr you
pay after arrival of the projec projec-tor
tor projec-tor at your door.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VEHICLES FOR
SALE: Sealed bils, for opening
in public, will be received until
10:30 a jn., March 15, 1957, in
th office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, Balboa, for vehic vehicles,
les, vehicles, including pole trailer; trail trailers,
ers, trailers, semi-dump; sedens; tank
truck; pickup; panel; station
wagon; jeep and refrigerated
trailer. For further informtaion
and copy ef Invitation No. S-57-334
contact office of Suparin-.
tendent of Storehouses, Balboa,
telephone 2-1086.
FOR SALE: Kidak 'Brownie
8'm.m. Movie prejector, Ilk
new, $50.00. Santa Fe Florist,
Central Avenue, corner 32nd
St. rf
FOR SALE: Fiv aluminum
Venetian blinds, 73" x 45."
Good condition. Balboa 3790.
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL. CJt.
Skid Row Drifter
Wanted For Rape
Loses New Bid
CHICAGO (UP) Edward L.
(Bennie) BedweUV a Skid Row
drifter wanted in Florida on a
rape charge, has lost a new bid
for freedom.
Chief Justice Wilbert F. Crowley
of criminal court dismissed a
habeas corpus petition by Bed-
well's attorney in an ottempt to
have his $100,000 bail reduced.
Bed well, 21, was jailed
on the Florida charge oniy min
utes after he was cleared of mur
der charges in the slaying of two
teen-aged sisters here.
Crowley's ruling was based on
the Illinois uniform extradition
law of 1955. An assistant state's
attorney argued the law does not
permit release of a fugitive on
bail when his offense in the state
in which the charge originates is
punishable by death or life im imprisonment.
prisonment. imprisonment. A rape charge in Flor Florida
ida Florida carries the two penalties.
RECORDS
RECORDS,
RECORDS
tremendeas assortment
f latest L.P.'s
...aO labels
...elab plaa
" 1 VU Espana
Panama S-03U

CWeel e) AJtMAtIA "BAB" via Porta

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SERVICES
The "Jbestt dinners i and' drinks ,t
ar served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned caftria, grill and
bar. Htl International. 'Pla 'Plaza
za 'Plaza S d .May..
$2.50 for local TV service calls
UNTIL March 15 to acquaint
you with -our saryle. SAME
DAY servic if you call before
7 p.m. Our work is wncondi-;
tlonally guaranteed. Open 9 a.m.
to 10 p.m; dailyi Phon 2-4616,
U.S. Television (all s r v4 c
"e.o.d.).- "&:&rVy''--
For your car W hay xprt
nachanics,-painters, upholster upholsterers.
ers. upholsterers. Labor guaranteed. Garage
Elias. Telephon 21995 Pana-
.ma. ....'''S';-'.;!."1'.-
Home Articles
FOR SALE: Modem dining
sat, mahogany extension table
6 chairs -and buffet.- Priced for
quick sal $195.00. Tel. 3-4628.
FOR SALE: i strand Rattan
living ream t, divan, 2 chairs
cocktail tabl, 4 nd tables,
hascock and magazin r a e k.
Bast offer over $200. Also Rat Rattan
tan Rattan bar arid 4 stools $125,: 519-C
Curundu Hgts, 83-32)8.
FOR SALE: 3 bamboo, chairi,
1 sofa in good condition. Apply
to 1t.i'EI Crmrt'' Tl Tl-phon
phon Tl-phon 3-6952;
FOR SALE: One youth bad.
0775,E., Phone,, 2-242JLt!
L EARN BALLROOMV Dancing
Adultf-Teenagersj -TPrfns
Balbaa i-4239.. Marnptt and
Durm , yjfl v";j.
Lessen: Ladje( rhythmic exer exercise,
cise, exercise, guitarballet, Spanish
dance.. Mrs, Donaldwi) Phone
Gulick 489. ,. -r. v;?.
Ttf lisfse
Funds Al Clayion
The post of Fort Clayton is
making an all-out effort to
raise money for support of
youth activities during the com coming
ing coming year. ...
i v
At a "kick-off" meethie hefd
recently, tht date March 30 was
selected for the- principal - ef effort,
fort, effort, on that day, beginning at
9 a.m., .tickets will gQ on sale in
the area' Immediately adjacent
to fine swimming; pool and No. 4
golf green on the Fort Clayton
aoii course.
From S a.m. until 4:3d p.m.,
events are scneauied lor the re re-creation
creation re-creation and amusement of per
sonnel of both sexes arid ,all
ages.
included are swimmine races.
tug-oi-war, sack races, an exhl
bition of horse jumping, wrest
ling a greased snake, a beauty
contest to select "Miss Clayton"
and Mrs. Clayton," a baseball
toss-distance throwing contest.
a long-drive golf contest, a golf
putting contest, and a ple-eat-
Ing contest.
Other events will be continu continuous
ous continuous throughout the day. There
will be train rides for the small smaller
er smaller children, movies every hour
in the old theater, fire engine
rides, pony rides, and wheel of
fortune games.
Prizes will be swarded at the
end of the day for th beauty
contest, swlmmlnr racer. lon lon-drlve
drlve lon-drlve contest, and the pie-eating
contest.
A' snack bar serving hot dogs,
hamburgers, soft drinks and
other snacks will be operating
from 10:30 a m. through the re remainder
mainder remainder of the day.
Participation in events -will y
hv age groups where neessArv.
Some events axe open w an
comers.

ill; MOVEJDAOES ATHIS Beiid

Estate
FOR SALE: Furnished house
looking out on Pacific njoy
your own home, 200 yards from
' Gorgon Beach. Phon Balboa,
"-'.'4474-.r'V;"
f OR SALE Residentiel lot
in Obarrio's development 1750
m2. Tel.; 3-0987.
Anierican Legion
To Hold Military :
Bail. Oh. March 16
Sevens hours of entertainment
have -been'; planned bv the commit
tee for the American Legion birtiv
aay -military ball in honor of the
Armed 'Forces on Armed Forces
Day, March 16, at the Hotel El
Panama. ,x 4
Festivties, begin at 8 p.m. with
an hour band concert by the com combined
bined combined Air Force-Armv Bands.
Dancing to Clarence Martin's mu
sic Degins' ai t p.m. ana continues
...... y:,. .1.
uiuu o p.m. ruieeu acis oi a vari
ety or entertainment will be pre
s e n t e d throughout the evenin2,
James Pattison of CFN will acts
as master of ceremonies. 1
Lt. Gen. Robert M. Mont a gue,
commander-in chief. Caribbean
Command, Will make the onnci
pal address of the evening. Amer
ican Legion national vice -' com
mander1 fieorge T. Lewis' will also
be an honored guest,
. Lii CoL Leslie C. Wood -lias been
appumieu project omccr tor me
Army;. Maj;: George M. Jackson,
coordinating officer for the A i f
Forehand Lt, William cooi
dinattng' officer; for, the Navy. A-
mericau, jjfKiun racuic vce-com-mander
Al Gauvin is chairman for
theball, i i
',' ' V
Tickets may be. purchased from
any Legion member and will be
on sale at the door at the El Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Reservations may be made
by telephoning Balboa 341, Curun Curundu
du Curundu ;228& or Balboa 2646. ,No reser
vations-Will be accepted;, after
March -14. Reservations will not
be held at the Ball after 9 p.m.
Group reservations of. over 100
each have already -been made by
the Quartermaster Association
headed by Col. and Mr3. Millard
R. Seymour and by Ordnance,
headed by Col. and Mrs. E. W.
Gruhbs.
Meetings
Medical Association
Meets Thursday i'
The 603d meeting of the Medi Medical
cal Medical Association of the Isthmian
Canal Zone will be held in Ward 17,
Gorgas Hospital, on Thursday at
7:00 p.m.
The following5 Scientific Program
will be presented:
"Present Status of the Practical
Use of Isotopes in Therapy and
Diagnosis," by. Kenneth D. A. Al Allen,
len, Allen, M. D., Denver, Colorado.
A- buffet dinner preceded by re refreshments
freshments refreshments will be served by our
caterer, Mr. Wallace, at 7:00 p.m.
The regular meeting and Scientific
Program will follow.
Society of American
Military Engineers
The regular meeting of the Can Canal
al Canal Zone Post, Society of American
Military Engineers will be held at
the Fort Clayton Officers' Club on
Monday evening. A social hour will
be held at 6:00 p.m. and dinner
will be served at 7:00 p.m. Mr.
Melvin Bierman. Traffic Engineer,
The Panama Canal Company, will
talk after dinner on traffic prob
lems.
Coat and tie should be worn. Re
servations may be secured from
Mr.- John Hollen, phone Balboa
2991 or from Lt. Saunders. U.S.
Navy, phone Navy 3234.
Knights Of St. John
ladies Auxiliary
The Ladies Auxiliary No. 200,
Knights of St. John, will hold an
important meeting Monday night
at 8 p.m. at the regular meeting
place. ..
All members ar urged to- at attend
tend attend th meeting. ., T

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FOR SALE TH COSTA RICA: this teauUfnJ' property at nty S salnuUs from San J4
m paved highway In the best climate f CU Rica, 14M sneUrt btrh. Urge hf
with aU modem eenvenJeatees and UtOO inart yard garden. Price (Dollars) S4IJ1M.
Information: Phone Cole No. 4L P. O. Bex J1. Cokm. : - ;

WANTED: Experienced maid
-,to live in.. References. Must be

aoie to cook. Apply Sunday
morning oniy nous JSU
I A, Sib-
err street Diablo,
WANTED: Maid to clean,
,wash, cook for bachelor, $25
a month, fr food and room
with private bath. Call 3-6363,
aftr,7 p.m.
' POSITION WANTED: Da Da-;
; Da-; ir to place excellent., laund
i re with good family.. Phon;
Balboa 3601.
Robert G. Cox Will
Conducl Services; ;
For IJniiariahs :
'The Unitaria-o 'Society an announces
nounces announces that Robert G. cox will
conduct Its Sunday services lor
the. next .six weeks, bpgimuw
tomorrow. His talks will deal
with the nature and history of
Unttarianlsm. it,
', Cox is Third Secretary and
Vice Consul- of the United States
Embassy- hr Panamas He receiv received
ed received his Bachelor of Arts degree
and Law degree from the Uni University
versity University of New Mexico. He was
active in the First Unitarian
Church of Albuouernue s "New

Mexico, where J he served asNications can help each one of us

uMutuiaii ui uio ; xnuui com-
nuttee. He came to ?anama In
October of 1953.
To interested persons of the
Republic, of -Panama "and the
Canal- Zone warm invitation
is orierea 10 attend -the service
es. .jtnd the coffee ,and" discus
sion period following.
Thjs Sunday's subject will be:
"The Dynamics of Our Unitar Unitarian
ian Unitarian Falth," and topics and dates
for successive weeks are: March
17 ."The: Idea of God hvUni hvUni-tarjanisnt".
tarjanisnt". hvUni-tarjanisnt". March 24 "The
Basic Unitarian Values -.Love
and Freedom." Marcft'.3I"3Tu-
manism, Unitarianlsnvand the
Belief in God," April 7 "The
Politics: of Unltarlanism." April
14 "The Unitarian -Struggle A A-galnst"
galnst" A-galnst" the Cult of -Matter." k.
The time will be 10:30 a.m.;
the place:, the Unitarian cen center,
ter, center, 362 Ancon Boulevard, mid midway
way midway between FrangJpani Street
and Fourth of July Avenue: An- j
con.
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- ENEMY. PLANES now strafe the field and a tiny girl
being cared for by- Bin Tl Yang, runs, to rescue her caged,
parrot. The orphanage mistress runs after her and. drops
her body over that of the youngster as Red planes' again
swoop down over' the 'burning field- Bin Tl Yang i dead'
when reached by Hess and Lieut Maples, right. This cene
is from Universal-International's ''BATTLE HYMN", star starring
ring starring Rock HudsonJWartha Hyer and Dan Dudyea.iTb.ls
picture will be released soon at the Central Theatre, Adv.

Faltering Philip
fniflp's aim I tilled with braises.
Repairs wntd teavt hit home like new,
. A. Dantfleda faart tbe Hrtt eW

Boats fir Motors

FOR SALE:-. 1ft. ,1op with
t,b".rd, bf Call Robert
HaTvis, Albrook 136.
- FOR SALE: "w. 14 ft.' plywood
' ". V. bottom' boat, trailer,
i and equipement.; 16 H.P. Mr
ury outboard. Phon S28-3503.
, FOR SALE: i-JJV. tustom
runabout remote controls new
trimmings 25 Johnson outboard
Miami Gator Trailer $750.00.
' Bargain readyo gp. Phon Pa.
nama 3-0940, r-t ;

CZ Post Libraries
Fealuring Theme
Reading For Profit
During the month of March, tht
post ljbraries of U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean are- stressing the theme of
"Reading for Profit" with, attrac attractive
tive attractive exhibits and book 'displays
that will, be of- interest- to ; every
one, according to Mrs, Hajlie F.
Moran, staff librarian.
"The. universal appeal of profit-
able, reading results, from the fact
that It touches every avenue of
our daily experience," Mrs. Moran
said. "Profit is not confmed to ac
quiring money or material objects,'
but it lalso means' deriving hnne.

tit. ideas in book and other oub-
to more protjt nt work. home and
community."
Books give profitable ideas for
the home, and an. attractive dis
play of these is being featured. A A-mong
mong A-mong the Subjects are child car
and training, cobking, : sewing. Ma Many
ny Many homes, have literally been built
from library books, so there is al also
so also a .display on building- and de de-signing,
signing, de-signing, as .. well as decorating, re redecorating,
decorating, redecorating, landscaping and dar-dening".-.!
-. -v-,
For military personnel, there ar
displays of niilitany sci"eitce:"b0oks
giving, profitable ideas for, one's
workmanagement," advancement,
scientific- and technical texts, and
many others. ,'. r( ; ;
Post libraries are "also featuring
displays of books which "give pro profitable
fitable profitable ideas for dealing with oth
ers or for : conVmunity vaotivities.
r Everyone is invited 4o- visit ihes
exhibits this month .-ahoV to see
how the post library-can help him
live more profitably and, more en-
joyably. s-
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PHCUtS: HOTEL EL PANAMA 3-1604
PANAMA: 3-1057 3-16Vft 3-1659

DAILY FORTUNE FINDER
Te Uarn your "Fortune'' for today from the sura, write in the letter
el the alphabet corresponding to the numerals ea the Hue of the aetre
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Mishaps; Fair
Weather Ahead
asw,
Story and pictures
. By JEAN BAULK X
tk series of mishaps starting
with the New York dock strike
tlii ending with the skipper's
Jail down a companionway have
kept three young Britishers here
inthe Canal Zone, when they
should be well on their way to
winding up a sailing trip at
Newport, Cal.
The three men, Richard Scott Scott-Hughes,
Hughes, Scott-Hughes, Sean O'Donohue and
Russell Carr, are all from the
same village in the Isle of
Wight.
Carr, who has acted in stock
and motion pictures in Eng Eng-land,
land, Eng-land, is a Canadian. He is the
only one of the three who has
feetn to the States. o'Donahue,
' m Journalist who has also work worked
ed worked in publishing, is the first
mate. Scott-Hughes, a former
member of the Royal Navy is
kipper for the trip. trip.-".'
".' trip.-".' They are ferrying the 51 it.
at ay sari achooner M a ? n et
from Cannes on the French
Riviera to California for her
"owner, Earle Hugens of Pasa Pasadena,
dena, Pasadena, Cal. The boat has no
.motor, but they plan to buy
ne In Aeapulco.
. Hugens bought the vessel in
Cowes, Isle of Wight, when he
wis visiting Europe last sum summer.
mer. summer. He took his family on a
Mediterranean cruise, at which

Mag

, time Scott-Hughes was a mem member
ber member of the crew.
.-At the end of the cruise, in in-tad
tad in-tad of shipping the bout across
to the West Coast, Hughes ar arranged
ranged arranged with Hughes to take her
across. The other two joined
the crew and, at th end of Sep September,
tember, September, thev set off.
' At Gibraltar, one member of
the crew left, and another ouit
in the Canary Islands, bringing
their number down to the pres present
ent present three.
From Tenerlffe to Antigua
took them about 29. days. They
- covered 3000 miles tacking
down wind all the way. They
reached Enrlfeh Harbor, An An-;
; An-; tlgua Dec, 21.
' in this harbor, which has held
fleets of Nelson, Rodney and
- Hood, the three Britishers felt
at home. They met various oth oth-,i.r
,i.r oth-,i.r boats and their crew' J'Sea-

ward" from Coweii- "Diamona
JTead from Seattle
and "vine

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SKIPPER ON SICK LIST After weathering rough seas with without
out without mishap, Richard Scott-Hughes, skipper of the "Magnet,"
lipped down the companionway, while sh was moored at
Balboa Yacht Club. He was not seriously hurt.

Ikes 2nd Term Honeymoon May
Endure No Longer Than FDR's

WASHINGTON (UP)-President
Elsenhower's second term honey
moon may last no longer than
President Roosevelt's.
While no real revolt is In sight,
a rebellious spirit is developing
among members of his own party
la Congress.
Some ar complaining about
what they consider mijor irrita
tions like the still sizeable foreign

am program ana me reco caDinet officials to give more at at-peacetlme
peacetlme at-peacetlme budget of $71.8 billk. mention to Congress.

vat me coming nscai year
.Others are grousing about mi
or annoyances. They do not wan
brleara first from their newspa newspapers
pers newspapers about government action af affecting
fecting affecting their constituencies or
their committee chores in Con Congress.
gress. Congress. They want to be consulted.
' Trevblt For Administration
AH Oils can spell trouble for!
Jlr. Eisenhower s legislative pro-
gram. How serious It may be will
b--more apparent by next sum
mer.
-Republicans a d Democrats
kav a healthy respect for the
vote polled by Mr. Eisenhower
last. November. But some veteran
Republicans la Congress believe
'there will be a growing tendency
for each man "to go his own
-wayv in voting on the administra-
tm -legislative program
One reason for added sensitivity
to ..the borne front is that uete
noose enure a woo. one-
third of the Senate's M are at
s'ake in the mkJ-term elections of'

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Some Eisenhower partisans u recently, who could do the party
Corjrress want -the President to a lot of good. He wanted to see
give them more concrete help to; the President. I told him it wasnl
get. bis legislauoa pasted. 'even worth trying." i

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MAGNET AT MOORING In
settin gout on the last lap of
Three young Britlsners nave
schooner "iAndfall." in which
nr and Mrs. Holcolm of San
Francisco have been sailing a a-round
round a-round the word for the past
three and a half years,
Visitinr with these veterans
and the Stanilands of "Carrl "Carrl-na,"
na," "Carrl-na," who have crossed the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic nine times s-'nee World
War II, the crew of this Mag Magnet
net Magnet were impressed with their
own lack of experience. This
was brought home to them ly
the fact that the Stanilands
5-year-old son has made the
trip three times already.
Leaving the harbor after
Christmas under the sagle eyes
of these yachtsmen was an or ordeal.
deal. ordeal. To get out of the harbor
they had to haul away from the
wharf to an anchor, hoisting
plain sail, and beating out of
the harbor.
However, in spite of the ki kibitzing
bitzing kibitzing and the surrounding
needle-sharp reefs, they made
it and set out for Nevis.
In Nevis they found an Island
rich 1 history and little else. A
British Dossesslon since 1158.
Nevis Is famous for being the
r
6n the other hand, some con conservative
servative conservative Republicans think he
has embraced the New Deal and
submitted legislation that would
better be forgotten.
Some Republicans want Mr. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower to visit more with mem members
bers members of Congress. Others feel he's
too deeply tied up with foreign af affairs
fairs affairs to do that, but want his
White House, cabinet and sub-
Don'f Rtlith Treatment
A veteran Republican senator
said be got more sympathetic
treatment from the executive
partments when the Democ I
were in control. And here a i.o i.o-publican
publican i.o-publican House member is talk
ing:
'The President ought to take

just one month and see the mem-.ed for cuts and bruises today a fi fibers
bers fibers of Coneress. Th main trmiJar tha vahlrU in which thr wr

ble is that the guys around the
President don't care about Con-
gress. He's Involved In foreign af-i
fairs. The members of the House
are interested In what's haDoen-
ng at home. But Ike's men are

I big shots. They don't have time body bus eastward towards Pana Pana-,for
,for Pana-,for our problems. ma City when the steering knuc-

"Tbey dont hesitate to call id

when they want something. But' They said the bus was travel travel-whea
whea travel-whea we want something maybe ing at a "lawful speed" when it
lust a little thing like an auto-i rounded a right eurb and swerved

graohed Dictlire of the Prirint'hrnlv tn th Uf cute of th

send back to a county chair-'
man mey say he's too busy.
"Also the Prilnt mieM to k
seeing some local political lead-

Balboa Yacht Club "Magnet,"
her journey to her owner Earle
orougnt tne vessel irom Cannes on

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READY TO SAIL Now that the skipper has recovered tht
'"Magnet" awaits favorable winds to continue her voyage to.
Newport, California. Sean O'Donabue (left) a journalist is
recording their adventures on the trip. Russell Carr, an actor
Is looking forward to reaching California, today' Mecca of the
acting fraternity.

blrthnlacp of Alexander Hamil
ton, and the scene of Lord Nel Nelson's
son's Nelson's marriage.
In Fig Tree Church, the Mag Magnet's
net's Magnet's crew saw this entry in the
marriage register:
1787 March 11 Horatio Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, Esquire, Captain of Her
Majesty's ship 'Boreas," to
Frances Herbert Nlsbet. widow.
The bicentenary of Hamilton's
birth was celebrated Jan. 11 to
the joy of the visitors, who or organized
ganized organized an island sloop race.
Alexander Hamilton's great-
great grandson Lawrence Ham
ilton unveuea a memorial
plaque dedicated to his illustri illustrious
ous illustrious ancester setting off a round
of celebrations, which finished
with an 18th century Ball held
that evening.
The crew, who had attended
the ball dressed as pirates,
"captured" eight guests and
sailed for Basse-Tere. St. Kitt's
early that morning.
From St. Kitt's, where they
landed their passengers, and
ipent a couple of days, they
sailed for Saint Croix, which
lies 140 miles west by north.
In Christiansted Harbor, St.
Croix, they had their first ca catastrophe.
tastrophe. catastrophe. While maneuvering
gingerly into the reef -ridden
harbor, they ran onto a coral
bed.
When it became obvious that
they were not going to get off
by themselves, O'Donohue row rowed
ed rowed ashore, took a tongue-lashing
from the harbormaster and
enlisted that official's aid in
arranging to have them towed
off the reef. No harm had been
done to the boat, and alter a
pleasant stay at St. Croix the
Magnet set out for Cristobal.
A heavy sea made this pas passage
sage passage more serious than any
they had experienced so far.
At times the seas lashed over
the deck, stores were thrown
9 Passengers Hurt
As Bus Turns Over
Nine bus nassencers were tret-
riding on Thatcher Highway ran
off the road and turned over.
Police reported today that the
driver of the bus. Geronimo A-
rauz. 28-vear-old Panamanian wasH
driving the 1M0 Chevrolet wooden,
kle broke.
road, turning over.
Nine out of the 14. passengers
t.w a Santo Tom it Him.
pit al where they were treated for
minor cuts ana onuses ana re
leased. -
Investigation of the accident 1
continuing. No charges haves been
lodged against the driver.

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a staysail schooner, rests before
Hugens of Pasadena, California.
ine irencn Kmera.
from their stowage and on
one occasion the ballast shift shifted
ed shifted bodily to give the boat a 10
degree rat. Finally, after
eight and a half days of hard
sailing, they came into Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. ...-...
Their stay In Cristobal ex extended
tended extended four weeks, .since the
motorless Magnet needed to
wait for a banana boat to tow
her through the Canal
Finally, after the New York
dock strike had been settled,
tne snipping scneauies return returned
ed returned to normal, and, towards the
end of last week the Corsarlo
towed her through the locks.
Then the s k i p p er Rcott Rcott-Hughes
Hughes Rcott-Hughes fell down the compan companionway,
ionway, companionway, and was laid up with a
badly bruised back for several
days. A southerly wind sprang
up and things looked very bad
for their prospects of leaving
However, with the skipper's
back in shape again, and a
change in the wind, the Mag Magnet
net Magnet Is ready to take off for
Aeapulco, where the will pick
up an engine and proceed to
Newport Beach.
None of the three "'has any
idea what he will do after the
vessel is delivered to her owner
in California, but they are all
full of confidence that there
will be lots of fun at the end if
the adventure. They are look looking
ing looking forward to "discovering
America."
Winners To Compete
Toninhl At Clayton
In All-Army finals
The best in etnertainment in the
Command will be seen this eve evening
ning evening at the old Fort Clayton Thea Theater
ter Theater when the U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean finals of the 1957 All Army
Entertainment Contest are held at
S p.m. Every participant is alrea already
dy already a winner at post-level compe competition
tition competition in the Panama Area.
The program will be varied, in including
cluding including vocalists, comedians, a
dancer, impersonators, solo instru instrumentalists,
mentalists, instrumentalists, combos and vocal
groups. Both the Fort Kobbe Chor Chorus,
us, Chorus, directed by Sp3 Louis Sher Sherman,
man, Sherman, and the 60th Army Band
Chorus, directed by Pie. John D.
Jenkins, will perform. Music for
the contest will be provided
by
the 60th Arm Band Orchestra.
The grand finals will be held at
Fort Monmouth, N. J- on May IS
through 18. The winners of the
grand finals will appear- on Ed
Sullivan's CBS nation-wide televi television
sion television program on May 28.
Mai. Gen. Thomas L. HarroM,
commanding general, U.S. Army
Caribbean, will present certificates,
of accomplishment and awards to
the winners of the VS. Army Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean finals,. .
Transportation to the Fort Clay-
toe Theater has been arranged by

the service club of each post. 4aV

Empty Negro College, KKK and Smearing of NAACP
Add To Increasing Segregation Tension in Dixie

YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY,
March 9 (UP) : Mississippi
Collage officials meet today to
decide tht fate of a Negn univer
sity suddenly deserted by all 570
students pretesting a profesor's
"Uncle Tom-type" role in the
South' segregation struggles.
As the Mississippi College board
gathered in Jackson, Mississippi,
attorneys for a Daytona Beach,
Florida, Negro trying to enter an
all-White university studied a rul
ing by the Florida Supreme court
which upheld the state's right to
reiect thev Negro s request lor
admission.
New rumbling, from the Ku
Klux Klan and charge s. in
Louisiana that the Communists
are behind NAACP integration
drives added, te the increasing 1
segregation tension in Dixie.
Mississippi Gov. J; P. Coleman
said that little Alcorn A a M Col
lege, which turned lnio a ghost
ca m pus yesterday, would reopen
this summer, "with a new set of
Students." '.''
The entire student body left fol
lowing a prayer meeting yester
day, saying they naa no otner
choice as "honorable Americans."
Only some 40 professors, all un
sure u tney suit nave- jods, re
mained behind. :
The spokesman for the- students,
student president Ernest McEwinn
said following a 30-mlnute, hymn hymn-singing
singing hymn-singing service to mark the "end"
of the 86-year-old college, that the
student body had "done what any
honorable American, Negro .or
White, would have done under
similar circumstances.-'
Marital love Lite
At Barnyard Level
Lambasted By Vicar
LONDON. 'March 9 (UP) -Rev
Evan Pilkington has sent his par-
ishioners a six page sermon on
sex warning them against letting
their marital love life get down to
the barnyard level, the Daily
Sketch reported today.
. "Are you content to be: a aog
and a hitch in a street, a bull and
a cow In a field, a pig and a sow
in a sty?" asked the 40-year-old
vicar of Holy Trinity Church in
the London suburb of Upper Toot
ing. feO'W ; :i-X. v !"': .;.!
'.That is exactly what you v ire
being if you are promiscuous and
irresponsible about sex," he de
clared. (
The sermon mailed to his flock
supplements his lectures to pros prospective
pective prospective married couples and the
two books on sex he gives them,
the Daily Sketch reported.
"Tear them up after you've
read them," the Sketch said Pil Pil-ington
ington Pil-ington advises. "You can't make
love with a book in one hand."
, TODAY! .75 .40
1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00..9:05 p.m
THE SOLID GOLD
CADILLAC'
Far instance. I
,
bewildered blonde get!
kissed, dismissed, bawl
edout.Vjf balled
up, pushed around,
subpoenaed, surprised,
compromised . and she
even gets the Cadillac
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"ii it must be our fate to s e e

the institution that we love de
stroyed, we can think of no better
altar upon which to sacrifice it
than upon the altar of self re respect,"
spect," respect," he saioV
The students -were protesting
newspaper articles by history,
teacher Clennen King, 36, who
said that. there was no basis far
charges that Negroes were par.
secuted in Miisisaippl and urgd
e "go-slew" policy en Integra
tion.. v. f(. -.
Kins' appeared before the stu
dents in a last-minute effort to
save the school and offered his
resignation if it would keep the
students trom walking out. -Coleman
said that the students
who walked out are considered
"expelled" and cannot enroll in
any other state-supported institu institutions.
tions. institutions.
In Florida, attorneys for Vlrzil
Hawkins read a State Supreme
5 Generals Named
To Board Hearing
Trial Of Colonel
ATLANTA (UP) Five sener
als have been named to the 10.
member court martial board to
try a guided missile expert on
charges of violating security reg
ulations.
Col. John' C. Nickerson, 40, is
expected to be tried in about six
weeks at Redstone Arsenal, Hunts Hunts-Ville.
Ville. Hunts-Ville. Ala., on charges of eivin
out classified information to sev
eral congressmen and newsmen.
The 3rd Army, which is conven convening
ing convening tlje? trial after ,an investiga investigation,
tion, investigation, announced Thursday that the
board will be headed by Maj. Geo.
Crump Jarvin, deputy command commanding
ing commanding general of the 3rd Army, i
"
Other generals appointed were
Maj. Gen. Herbert B. Powell,
commanding general,.- Ft. Ben
ning,' Ga.- Brig. Gen; David O.
Schorr jr.,, provost marshal gen general
eral general center, Ft. Gordon, Ga.:
Brig, Gen. Charles H. Chase, dep deputy
uty deputy commanding 'general, 101st
Airborne Division,. Ft, CampbeH,
Ky.; and Brig. Gen. Russell W.
Volck m a n n, assistant division
commander, 82nd Airborne Divi Divi-sion,
sion, Divi-sion, Ft, Bragg, N.Ci Hr
The .five other board members
were Col. Dured E. Townsendi Ft.
Benning; Col. Leslie Spinks, U.S.
Army military district, Ala.; Col.
Albert J. Hannon, Ft. Jackson,
S.C.; Col, Philip Pope,. Ft. Bragg,
and Col. Joseph W. Sisson Jr.,
Ft. Benning.,
Judge Concurs
CHICAGO, March 9 (UP) D s
vid J. Brosier, 23, charged with
impersonating an Armv Air Fore
officer, admitted today he should
spend some time in jail, "maybe
.six' months."
"Excellent judgment." said Dist.
Court Judge John P. Barnes. "Six
months it is."

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Court decision to decide if t h e y
want to appeal a High Court de

tiawii in uraer- vo conupue naw-
rjiis Aifiju io cmer tne university
oi rioraa law scnooi.
' The Florida -court ruled iq a
split, 5-2, decision that Hawkins'
admission to the White celleoe
t this time would create "pub "pub-lie
lie "pub-lie mischief" and that it w e
within Florida's "Sovereign'
powers te, deny him admission
In order te keep the peace.
Hawkins, a 47-year-old public re-
Wife Drills 2 Days
With Liveiess Body
Of Husband In Boat
TA VERNIER Fla. fUPl A
middle-aged woman remained in
shock today from her two days
oi neipiess arittmg in the tiulf of
Mexico in a boat with the lifeless
body of her husband.
Mrs, Claretta -t Fleck. 62. of
South Miami; spent almost 48
hours with the bod v of her hus
band after he apparently had a
fatal heart attack : after working
on a fouled boat rudder at-sea.
A passing fisherman, Al Grace,
discovered Mrs. Fleck's .. plight
Thursday and towed her craft to
port, with his' own boat from far
out in the gulf.
Coroner George Rawlings said
Mrs. Fleck was in an advanced
stage of shock. She was near hys hysteria
teria hysteria when brought to shore here.
The coroner said he learned
from the woman that" she and her
nusDana, Kicnard c. Fleck, 57,
had left: home last Friday for a
week's outing aboard their, cabin
cruiser. She said Fleck went over
the side Tuesday to ix a f o u 1 e d
rudder. When he came back-on
board, he collapsed and died at
uer mi, sue saiu. v. -vy'".j T
Mrs. Fieck said she didinol
know how to start the lenglne.
She said she painted; the word
"HELP" on a large white towel
but no one came by until Grace's
boat spotted her j j
BITBURG, Germany March 9
(UP) The busiest, office at the
U. S. Air Force jet fighter base
here is undeniably that Of lst .Lt.
Donald W. Eickman. ;
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Eickman, of Gregory County. S.
D., is 36th Supply Squadron adju adjutant,
tant, adjutant, security officer, records offl.
cer, custodian of classified docu
ments, education officer, postal of-
ncer, personal affairs officer,.
Graves registration officer, fire
marshal, unit supply officer, office
of information services-officer,
historical officer,' historical pro property
perty property officer, on-the-job ..training
officer, casualty reported officer;
voting officer, intelligence' officer,
pay agent and person-
nel officer,
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lations man at Bethune-Cookmaa
i College for Negroes at' Daytona

jseacn, saia ne was "Qeeplv disao.
ponted by ttie court's decision,"
He has spent eight years
at-
tempting to
enter the
University
of Florida,
' A f
Bushmasler Speciss
Deadlier Than Boar
PC Official Warns
One yields the right of way t9
a bushmaster or takes the conse consequences.
quences. consequences. William E. Lundv. of the
Panama Canal Company Treasur Treasurer's
er's Treasurer's office, reports in an article
appearing in the February Issue of
Natural History Magazine.
Copies of the maeazinn hsve
just been received here and are
available at the Canal Zone Libra
ry. Tbe article reports an experi experience
ence experience the author had some years
ago in s the Forest Preserve on
Madden Road, when he mistook a
bushmaster for a boa constrictor,
to the extent that he even caunht
the highly poisonous reptile by the
tail. i
It was not until after he had
loaded it into his ear, unloaded it
at home and consulted experts that
he realized his mistake.
Lundy is assistant treasurer of
the Panama Canal Company He
has been secretary-treasurer of the
Panama Canal Natural History So Society
ciety Society for the past 20 years, The
current article is his seventh for,
the Natural H i a t o r y Magazine:
some oJ tne earlier t ones, have
I been included in natural history
Weather Or Not
: tl This weaitfeer' report 't t the
24 hours ending I a.m. today,
is prepared by the. Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological : and Hydro g r a p h I e
Branch of the Panami Canal
Company:
: ' -"-t i. 'i'1.-'"'.
1$ BalboaCristobal
TEMPER ATUBE : t;
High t , f 1 1. ; IS j
Lew--,....,..., 71 : 74
HITMIDITX: i'A?X
High tto:;.''!-; IS
Lew 43 t. 70
wind: ' ":
max. mph) NW-21 NW-2S
RAIN (inches).
.... .i- i..-- 1 .-
) (inner harbors)4 jS t :tl',
' BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, 'MARCH If 'J

: HIGH. i.'t'LOW'
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