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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1957
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A CLOSE LOOK w Air Force Sgt. "Henry KobysM explains to
-members of Troop 0 Wins: Scouts :tfie details and. structure
of a U.S. Air Force F-88 Sabre Jet fighter which was displayed
for Armed Forces Day visitors at Albrook Air Force Base.
Shown are, left to right; Cecl Egglpston,, Susan Barrett, Ginger
, toaniripn Bnhhv Parkpr and Mrs- Rene Brown.
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:"UARINE'jIRCRAfr Visitors to the 1957v At med- Forces Day
: Base inspect' fc'U.S. Marine Corps F9F8P photo xeconnalssajice
pf many shown by V.S. niUitary forces id the Canal Zone today
jwaa-in progress: ::.,-!,-. ,: ;' V v-
' EARLY ARRIVALS "i- Groups
piays .prepared by the U.S. 'Armed Forcea for the gucsU from
till n!1 tit Panama. f t f Ma 111 t
. fWatrationa- beean at 1 a.m.- Howerer. the curious vera on hand a
ParemsFiiencls Parade Buffs: 7 urn Out
Fdr ROTC Ficid Day 'at Balboa Stadiiim
Before a crowd of close to. a
thousand parents, friends and those)
who; just "Jove a parsde," the)
CanaJ Zone Junior R.O.T.C. heldj
their annual field day at "Balboa
Stadium last night. ; 1
i ,k lA)y'.?' t0 n,M
Ty on time
Ita a review for GoV.
W. E. Potter.
penmenaent 01 beftoou; Roger W
Coilinee. anflstant Superinlendeit
W schools; Mtj. David H. Smith.
snmury-i.rtanMo the Corer-Cadet Capt. ViLiam Dftiand. The Z. Hirh hoo! B.wCtT
nor: and Cai. Chrtsiflnher beLi.. t,. m, .-a u),al "'W school. Begimental Com-
r, aciuig rroressor of .latarr srv
ere and tactics for the ROTC
This ras followed fcy cc
tioo betweea squads, piatoon awJi
. Whiie this was held, ia an:t-r
part of the field judeing was ind-'r
way to select the three ovtstar.i
ieg css. Prior to the review i t
o ROTC battalions bad delerm.a-
their best swadi. a-1 rtatnorc'
to partkfiratt In the Fieid Dlr
At te tn r4 iht FieH r.
f' mti f xhihitjons by drJttK i
rfv S h iH srhoo's. iwir
were Freed te m Drs Xy
t U.S Armed Forces Photo)
of .early arrivals .at Albrook'lr
V. m. Mi ... vm An.n a4 .1 11 m
repretenUtives of severil c I V 1 e
and fraternal arffaniratukna
The winners werei'
Individual cadets:' CpL Thomas
Ashton. of Balboa; CpL William
Brunner, of Balboa; Cpl. R. Smith;
o CrtstobaL Tha awards Ut these
. .Hi'.uucii uirsciucu uj uiirr,
representatives of the Reserve Of.;
Ificers Associations: CarA. ViUliim'
V Company' wmMition: Company
' as u iV'I 1 1 1 'aa wirwHiru
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7 -w n V u ,1
the Fourth Pegree kroshU of Co-
1 1U L"T'"tk,2i ,P2V
tnon, Coirpanjr C; Balboa High
s-now, taiet-tLt. Jim watson.
This awj--l presented by the
Scotti e t J,ies, represented
by T Argo and Frederick
C. V v. i
S e e o n d.
fi'M High Sr-X)!. f.r?t r're;
ail Third sre"'1'4 y'a'-vn
re-pany B, Ea vt 5-Ho'il,
Te jqu'1 k' rrs v-t- Cf"t
5FC Joe. Trower, a--i C4et f.'c
. Armed Forces Day
10,000 Jam Davis
More than 10,000 visitors most
of them from the Republic ot ra ra-nntnimmed
nntnimmed ra-nntnimmed on to Fort Davis
this morning as the 1957 observ
ance of Armed Forces Pay began
in the Canal Zone,
' The first of the clay's activities
began as scheduled at 9 a.m.,
when two T-33 jet trainers' from
Albrook Air Force Base buzzed
thm Fart Davis installation. 1
' Meanwhile, at 4 Albrook AFB,
members of the United States arm
ed forces put last minute touches
on more than 50 displays as earjy
arrivals Innkeri jnn. V ; i:
v Panamanian dignitaries vr h 0
joined military officials at Fort Da
vis for the Atlantic side activities
included Jose M, Gonzalez, gov-
dlsplays at.AJbrook Air Force
aircraft. The aircraft was on
while tb day-long" observance
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Force Base, such as this one
the Canal Zone and the Re--
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... (U.S. Armed Forces Photo)
George Barbier. The awards were
presented by Victor Herr, for Bal-
A plaque was donated to the
winning comnanv bv Ralhna Jnn.
ior-Senir High School PTA. repre-i
sriiiea dv m. r.stiinjr iih an.
other nlinna n k. i.
toon b the Parlfie r;. r..a'
The -regimental at.ff for the
Field Nichtewas comixiseH of th
inlander; Lt. Col. Robert Mailton.
h"" Ota; Balboa; Mai
c.rlos Fem.ndei. adjuUnt; and
- i Flint, Mich bait dealers
corr.p'ained to the state
r-n uepanroeri about
H n f m i r-
petition. Ttry asked for pro-ias
rr ion mri i...e bots wno are parade, tne gr-rftt march that got burg become jnout-eyed lnsh lnsh-ri.me
ri.me lnsh-ri.me orrr,s btlow the dealers'! sends 110,000 Irishmen and friends men during the four-hour tele-:
set price. Itrsmping up Fifth Avenue. He's-view. -v. 1
ernor of Colon, and Maj. Pastor
Ramos of the Guardia Nacional.
Lt. Gen. Robert M. Montague,
commander-in chief, Caribbean
Command, Maj; Gen Thomas .L
Harrold, commanding-general, U.
S. Army Caribbean, Maj. Gen. Tru Truman,
man, Truman, H. Landon, commander, Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Air Command, Brig., Gen.
Louis V. Hightower, Read Adm.
Clarence L. C. Atkeson and other
high ranking military officers
were also present for the begin beginning
ning beginning of the Canal Zone observance
of Armed Forces Day.
All of the U.S. military services
are represented in the 33 static
displays which the visitors from
Panama and the Latin American
students at the USARCARIB
School at Fort Gulick viewed on
the Fort Davis reservation today.
Among the' activiti they taw
were a pared of unit of t h
U.S. military forces, a demon demonstration
stration demonstration by Marine p 1 1 t a in
fighttr aircraft and dmonstra.
tiona by the Canal Zone Fire
Department and infantrymen of
tho 20th Infantry Reglimtnt.
- At Albrook Air Force Base, sta statics
tics statics displays were house in three
aircraft hangers whi(e along the
wide ramp before the hangers
were Air Force jet fighters and
cargo carriers', Army Aviation' air air-craft,
craft, air-craft, Marine fighters, antj; airi
craft guns, radar equipment,- tanks
and other racked vehicles and e e-yea.n
yea.n e-yea.n Army Transportation Corps
Although the displays did not or
pen until 11 a.m. at Albronk-' vi.
nura ai. a.m. were clrpiilal nu
through the hangers and along
..j At- Albrook, the demonstratiotS
did not begin until l p.m.
Among, the disnlavn at AlhrnnV
were those sponsored by-the Ord-J
nance vepanment, y.s. Waval Sta-'
uun, nonman: ttiA-Panatna r.n.i
ympany; fne- "5pmtul Power
ior xeace y tne chanlain'
oCrliciioihv -1 survival eqmp eqmp-ment
ment eqmp-ment used by the Air Force; jts
Tho inalliflnct and Veonnw.
sane platoon f th 10th Infan Infantry
try Infantry Rogiment. with th c-d.
-tion of the Jonsle Warfare Tran.
n wm.r, displayed A r my
taught jungle survival technique;
and tho collection of animal
mainfalrd by JWTC. 0
pected to visit the show at Albrook
Air Fnrro Rc
- This Armed Forces Day is theH
"""a ennnai OBservince vof the!
Buengi-n or we u.8, military pow power
er power and its nart in worM n.l-
The theme of Armed Force Dav
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" ne anotne U.S. it
"Power for Peace." :i
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UKAD RAPIDS "Wl.lt rTTP
n. jnawauan emenainer, billed as
the "Man with the Green Hair"
legally becomes- aa lHh m an. K.f.
The Friendly gdnr' of St Pat Patrick
rick Patrick say they have" begun legal
proceedings which,., will change
Kaluulehua's name to Lawrence
ivuiarney lor u st. Patrirk'.
Day celebration. i'. -;
The sons claims Kalanilehua's
hair turned xreen "because he
wanted so much' to be an Irish
man." They said thev shut nlanl
iu kiv ui nawaiian an nonorary
raemoersnip in exenange for Irish
songs ai ueir St. Patrick' eo
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HONOLULU. March 18 fTJPV
Some 1000 British soldiers and sail
ors, en three-day leave from the
atomic test site at Christmas Is Island,
land, Island, were politely asked today to
please stop driving rental alto alto-mobiles.
mobiles. alto-mobiles. They kept driving on the
right side of the road, as in Great
Britain, which is the left and wrong
side of the road in the United
States and Its territories,, police
said. .' .-. - -...
St. Paddy's Day
I DOC QUI CO
YORK (UPThere's ajhis
dear old Erin's land; it's 1 mur-jto
mured on the threshold stone with'all-ye s of the Irish suiging story story-s
s story-s smile and a clasp of hand; and j tellers.
oft, perchance. :tis murmured
low with a sigh and a falling
tear but the sweetest-blessing
that -man can bestow is a prayer,
"God bless all here."
.If you chance to be ia New
York today and turn your TV to
a full Irish face SDoutin blarney
March IS fUP)jby the barrel and sentiment for
.the -old sod, lt 11- be John Joseph
Conserve-.McCarthy that's comin' at
IiKn Ain)i r.mmAl InAM
Jack, is the roet of St. Paddy's
Within two heurs and IS min minutes
utes minutes after. an explosion in the
Miraflores electric substation im immobilized
mobilized immobilized all Pacific side lelc
and plunged several other areas
into darkness, all service circuits
were in full operation again.
At 10:25 n.m.. a short circuit
in a buried section of 2,300-voIt
armored cable sbrt circuited.
This in turn caused the explo
sion of a circuit-breaker of a feed
er line coming from the mam ca cable
ble cable into the substation.
Besides .making a big noise
tho explosion smashed a, tank of
lubricating oil which caught fire
and burned with a heavy smoke.
Electric station -personnel rush'
ed in with carbon-dioxide fire ex
tinguishers and Canal .Zone fire
rigs responded promptly and put
out the fire. v
The last ship of the day had
transited-outhbound only a
short while before the explosion,
so there was no delay to vessels.
West bank, installations were
not affected, but some of them
wore 'cut off by electrical crews
it I precautionary4, assure.
Service there was resumed at.
Meanwhile the service jcomlng
through Miraflores- substation was
switched to another feeder cable.
At J2 '40 atn., electncaL-serviee
wa f.i'N tmrflial at-bn'h. MirOo4
i-os- antrl'edro 'M;uci lKjcM; us
at Ft. Oaion nd'thd P.edro
Miguel Area .' Wbicii bad b a e n n-blacked
blacked n-blacked out. ; 1
Roy D. Reece, chief of the pow power
er power branch of the Electrical DivU
aion said today he happened to be
at borne when he notjeed the "dip"
or sudden dron in electric Dower.
i .With about 10 key. electrical
men. be was summoned to the
pliraflores station where everybo
dy iwnea in to ge power restor-'
,r Reece and e the i1 eloetr'eaK
trouble-shootera were still at fho
substation this morning. s-
- They, won't know untH they dig
up tho cable, if then, what caus-
p ed the original short circuit
XMooody Was' hurt during the ex
plosion; and today it: was thought
ma iinanciai damage was not too
Alerted To Hew
i HAVANA, Cuba (UP) The
government was alerted today for
new attempts by revolutionary
"suicide squads" to assassinate
President r. Fulgencio Batista or
other higt officials of his regime.
Military sources said the anti anti-Batista
Batista anti-Batista student movement still is
very 'much alive despite the
deaths of two of its principal lead
ers in Wednesday's abortive' at attack
tack attack on the presidential passce.
Intelligence sources Said it has
been known since last week that
arms have been distributed re recently
cently recently tv. an estimated 300 mem members
bers members of the government opposition
in Havana." .; .r-
Apparently the revolutionaries
have decided' to try to throw the
government into chaos by killing
Batista or other high officials to
set the stage, for a full-scale revo revolution,
lution, revolution, palace informants said.,
Wednesday's attack wss attrib
uted to tne clandestine group
group known as the "Directorate
of Revolutionary Students."
A high source told United Press
45 persons were killed in the at attack
tack attack and during the 24 hours that
Poet 'Jack' Spoutin' Blarney By The Barrel On TV
'never forgotten th days when be
was an tiy gossoon at the knee of j
ma (from county cavsn) andincr. a Dsv parade, wnica this yean
pa (trorn Longford), listening
his kinfolk recite the "come-
Everybody Turn Irish
"Ah, he's a .great men with a
verse,' be would bear them say
in admiration; of a fine reciter.
He's grown up to be sues a manj
mm sell, ana wnen ne begins wax
ing Irish over the glories of the
parade. SWedes. Italians, Chinese;
Dutch, .' Danes, Norwegians.)
t..tu.li .nil U aamma a4
nationalities that crowd this noiv-
DESPITE a v categoric' danial
by National Guard Col. Saturni Saturni-no
no Saturni-no Floras, the morning tabloid Ed
Dia insisted today that tho lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant commandor ol the Na National
tional National Guard received a secret
document last Monday on the
assassination of President Ra Ramon.
mon. Ramon. :.
The newspaper insists the docu document
ment document was turned over by Flores to
the Minister of Government and
JusUce'and later delivered to Pres
ident de la Guardia. It added that
the document is still being held in
the strictest confidence.
The same tabloid today quoted
Archbishop Francis Beckmann as
saying thai rock 'n roll is the music
which excites passions."
The archbishop, who El Di
says ''hates rock'n roll" is a'so
quoted a saying that no thought
had been given to any action a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst "the rock 'n roll razo."
According to the tabloid, Msgr.
Bockman added, "If we ban it,
no one would pay us any atten attention."
tion." attention." -Second Fire chief uls C. En-
dara warned today that the short shortage
age shortage of water in the subuubs could
cause serious tragedy if some something
thing something Is not done about it.
The warning came as Endara
reported that 11,600 gallons of wa water'
ter' water' was used to put out a grass
fire at the Matias Hernandez Psy
chiatric Hospital early last night:.
v. u took, eimos -trrfov nourt. i
foutJUnMryaki some, of ih
wfliariny uipfnvn vr 'no -r
ldnt Ramon fSeatrack to een een-tro
tro een-tro the fire' which threatonoef
the hospital's eld wooden build-
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'At the same-time the Fire De
partment reported that lit grass
fires were recorded during,; the
month of February. Firemen who
answered the calls used 60.350 gal
lons of water, the reported said.
Today will be the last day tor
the operation. of the Carnival iol iol-dos
dos iol-dos dance pavilions) until the Sat
urday before Easter, El Panama;
America preaiciea looay. .,
..a The paper said no more per permits
mits permits will be granted by, Mayor.
Jose Caar Escsla for dances in
toldea after this weekend,
An eager young blast fisherman
lost both arms and his eyes yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, as he attempted to dynamite
fish in .a pool at Canaas.
The dynamite 'went 'off before
he could threw It tato the water,
according to a telegram from San Santiago,
tiago, Santiago, where the young, man Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto ondono, is hospitalized.
To Be Built ;
l BRIXHAM. Enelan'd "fUPU-Tli..
ion leaders announced today that
work will continue on the renliea
of the Mayflower even if some
200,000 shipbuilders go on strike
today aa planned.
, -'It is a goodwill gesture to shin-
yard workers in America," 1 one
union official said.
Dines On Maggots
' NEWVORK. March 1UP1 "J
Members and guests of the Ex Explorers
plorers Explorers Club doned last night on
french fried grasshoppers, fried
maggots, baby snakes ea caviar
are buffalo steak.
The group beard reports off the
latest achievements hi the, current
International Geophysical Year
from the world's leading explorer
This 'wul be McCarthy ninth;
straight TV-east of the St. Pat-1
is being held a day early, en; scaled tie highest mountain in
March H. If ywi ask him bow be (Ireland and then went on, with a
likes talking for our hours about; partner, to try to scale the mighty
the march, be ll tell you: "It a a
great honor." He's reverent about
He studies the history and folk folklore,
lore, folklore, and be has about 200 verses
reairy to fling at you. Standing
opposite the reviewing stand, he
becomes almost a part of the pa
rade. "Here cornea tne
from St. Michael's .Oh. and will
too look at this one sow. Isnl it
erand she looks? Hello, cartin J
Los on Mountain
iecaCicf that a poet was bur-
Scrap-loader John V. Carter and WHIiant H. Sin Sinclair,
clair, Sinclair, international representative of the American. Fed Federation
eration Federation of State, County and Municipal Employe (AFL-,
UV), traded epithets today.
Each accused the other of bluffing. Allegations fol followed
lowed followed a breakdown yesterday of negotiations leading to toward
ward toward the possible payment by Carter of the $1-an-houf
minimum-wage to stevedores loading between 11,000 and ;
12,000 tons of scrap iron aboard the Japanese flag vessel
Fukusan Maru for shipment to Japan.
, Early this week, Carter was informed by the Depart Depart-menfcof.
menfcof. Depart-menfcof. Labor that the $1-an-hour, minimum and the pave pavement
ment pavement of time-and-a-half for all hours over 40 in a singlr
week apply on this job. : :
3 He has said he will make a test case of the matter,'
thniinh h "inrTirifrl inrln'e' ha uaiiM k uiillmA t mmu .,
the i -an-hour to stevedore turnished bv the union and"
W other Jnerrjbn 'the Tob, effective with' the date of. th-
t ?' V'-- i-V- i "
Binclalr confirmedr today thai'
the union broke off negotiations
with the firm of John V. Carter
and son after It became obvious
that carter had no intention of
working; out a contract with the
The Local 900 spokesman said
Carter's attitude was that Local
900" was a "scab union," appar apparently
ently apparently because they has a no-
strike clause in its constitution
as far aa dealing with the y.S.
government Is concerned. 1
h emnhaslzed that the local
Is proud of its numerous great
achievements in aeaiina; wim
the Canal administration on an
intelligent basis and reaffirms
Ita position in dealing with the
administration on the same in intelligent
telligent intelligent no-strike basts. ". ..
The union representative ex explained
plained explained that the union was
under no obl'gation aupp y
Carter with men, particularly
after Carter was supposed- t
have employed all the men he
needed, with an unlimited
auppiv available through the
Canal's Central tabor Office.
Tn future negotiations with
contracting firms Sinclair said
the nnlon win be alad to assist
any firm in ettlne; qualltred
personnel, but would never
iiarar.t.e to suoplv all workers.
The union considers Carter's as assertion
sertion assertion that three of his pana
manlan employes are eaual to
only one Panama Canal steve stevedore
dore stevedore as "very poor" nd KTOSS
ingratitude handed down to menj
who have slaved away to neip
ina.ii the Fukuzan Maru unaer
Mrfinua ennriltlnns. Sinclair said.
He charged that despite all this,
Carter -la not planning; i com compensate
pensate compensate hla men in accordance
with the nrovislons of the fair
ihnr'a standards Act. "whicn
Kr an rlnhlv deserve."
Because of the unemployment
situation In Panama, and the
fact that Local 900 is Just
lonnrhina- out In this neW phase
of nmnizinr contract workers
and has not yet built up "de "de-fnnt
fnnt "de-fnnt n th union has re
frained tn this Instance to call
atrike Fine'air declmL Fnt
he warned that this will not be
the c-se in all future dealings
with contractors. "This time we
led" in the shadow1 of Ben Bulgen
Mountain led nun also to recall.
une of my great granduncies
But a great blizzard
them half way up. It
and howled 12. 24. If
They thought they were lost
Then, out of the murk, came a
big St Be-nard, kef lashed st his
chin, and sny great granduncie
cried: Te the land sakes auve.
we're fared here comes maa's
liest friend, with a dot. i
UjUea a-fCarthr siena on to toia.iaoor man eouifl no iurrusn any
Ue parade himself, ae always 'or ma regular anion men, ana
says: 'God keep the heart of you; that the Panama Canal steve steve-clean,
clean, steve-clean, and may you be ia heaven '. dores who belong to the union,
s half hour before the devil finds ar not permitted to work for
you Ye dead, Ceodbve - v
will appeal to the Labor Depart
ment," he added. '-
Sinclair claimed that durinr
the question of his "three mil million
lion million dollars" was an interesting
topic of discussion. The union
spokesman said, carter "could
easily earn more than three
million. dollars working as a
comedian on a Hollywood stage
instead of loading scrap-iron, In
a P.C. pier, because he hat
demonstrated great skill in sur surpassing;
passing; surpassing; even Red Skelton and
Bob Hope. "He is a great com-
edlan," Sinclair added.
On the pier this morning, u
member of Carter's outfit waa
not amused by the, union's
eharge, printed ia a morning -daly,
that "Carter Is more v
'comical bluff than a aeriooa -business
"He may be comical," thla,
asociate said, "but he's nw
Further down the pier Car
ter himself looked more like hfj
usual self than he has since ho
was catapulted into tho ahinl
hold by a broken mast early early-Wednesday.
Wednesday. early-Wednesday. He still seemed'
weak, but was director tho
stowing and trimming of largo
pieces of iron. Including pieces
of old lock gates. f i-
'Sinclair is the one who la
bluffing," carter observed.
I told him if he would set mo
WU1 VRIJEa Ul BLCVC
dores of 10 men each I would'
pay the them $l-an-hour," bo
said today, Jotting down flg-v
ures with a pencil. "That would
mean 44 men, including the four
"Aleo," Carter aald "I i
would nat all the- mJ mm ,'
the Job Jl-an-hour starthtf
.with the effective date of the.,
contract we were discussing
Except, that is, some three
four men mhm I nU ut o.
. eenta so there would he a baa- -.
ia f er a teK ease.
' Carter said that Sinclair said
he would let. the scrap-loader
know on Thursday at p.m.
whether he could supply tho
men. But Sinclair did not show t
ur ui oiu cvuhki wiva mm
Carter aald. .
Having heard that there wert
rumors of a strike, which Sin
clair confirmed. Carter said,
and some men having already
"drifted awar from the lob.- ha
hired others In Panama yester
day morning to be aura of keep ;
Inr the Job going.
He hired -180 aood men tn
Panama and had them process-
J .V. . .
ca wirouKn nie (jeniru uwr
Office for eligibility, the con-,
tractor said. -
He also reported that most eP
the ones who had drifted away
came back today, so he really
has a double gang at work.
Yesterday afternoon, Carter
said, Sinclair came to him, al almost
most almost 24 hours after he had
promised to let Carter know a a-bout
bout a-bout the gangs. '
carter said Sinclair said te
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'THE MAIL SOX
BOOING OF OFFICIAL
I doubt whether some of the people we hear on the air hold
or can obtain an announcer's license. They are always praising
someone In high office, whether the individual is deserving of
praise or not, Such thoughtless praise can oniy come rrom per persons
sons persons currying favor with officials, and trying to make VIPs of
The. announcsr who said last Sunday that people should be
careful when they criticize officials is, In my opinion, advocat advocating;
ing; advocating; cowardce. Every government official is subject to criticism,
and his actions can be questioned whenever the public feels'
Is not getting Justice or good service. What is an official but
NUebootag may sound unpleasant, who knows whether
trie booing was intended for the careless i host who did not
provide .seats and ushers for the high officials who had been
OTfltsouTidPlnot?have to look for seats in such Places.
Vtixy did not some of the lesser officials gt up and offer their
m'SSS?tSS has a dollar he Is ready to ridicule
the man with only ten cents. We forget our past too easily
iSteTS Of P?aK indiscriminately, those announcers .should
try some constructive criticism, so we may be able to s eep at
nK after a hard day's work, and not be kept awake all night
by the blaring of juke boxes in the cantlnas
WhF not praise toe common man? I It because these an
nave no iavors- io wm
never wormy or pnur w
tnese announces. ".r .17.? .Var.. on
waii i n nnr.v in" uicmi iac owuvw
SSE2&B. TnVoicral who etft Fake" criticism is not
worthy of his office. Hate To Hear Tou
WASHINGTON (NEA) Official
Washington u more than pleased
by the naming of Nobusuke Kishi
as the new oremier of JaDan. He
is considered aDout as pro-American
as a Japanese can set and
Still be elected to office. He he.
lieves in full U.S. cooperation.
Kishi's selection as premier has
oeen lorecast since before his vi visit
sit visit to Washington in August 1955.
I hough he was only adviser to For
eign Minister Shigemitsu on that
visit, JUsht was secretary general
or his newly formed Democratic
party. It is a progressive-conser
vative party, definitely anti-Corn
munist and -pledged to non-appease
ment of boviet Kussia.
Premier Klshi takes over just
after tne arrival of Uougias Mac Mac-Arthur
Arthur Mac-Arthur II as new U.S. ambassador
to Tokyo. There has been much
speculation over whether the new
ambassador's name would help
him or hurt him. The consensus
seems to be that the name won't
hurt him any, though it may not
help him. either.
For the problems between the
United btates and Japan while
not critical are Important. And
many of them go back to policies
first set for Japan during the A-
merican occupation under the am
bassador's uncle, Gen. Douglas
,j o. t v n nnwn'i talk last Sunday con
& X" what Wy irSlW'fSt result,, and at
1?' -ni; vent to our feelings? We could not go to
2J2A !HLTf FZfiSu reserved, or f6und
i .i m ym amm v 11 the rest of us naa w.
UUV Ul U w r r w
Ctawhat8'other manner than booing could we have" Wheld
The &o weni on. w w v. T JL atlsiied
.J. i.. hir.w Trivia t.n be uomilar in the
States', this is from a friend of mine In New York; City.
ririvis oh Elvis, your the scourge of the air.
SSmesT on your face wily your mother could bear.
EtS KeTnd, gyrate; do you thihk your a top?
r In my personnel opinion your just a big flop.
The clothes that you wear are atrocious and bright,
'5 The appearance you make Is a horrible sight.
When you open your mouth and "Hound Dog" you moan.
SThe thought in my mind Is to throw you a bone.
iJtWhy don't you reform and give me a break?
Your horrible noise no more can I tajce.
3 You bang that guiUr with no sort of poise,
5 And all that comes out is a jumble of noise.
i5 Please leave "Hound Dog" alone, the unhappy mutt,
j And do Uke time out to get a haircut.
UK When will you give up, when will you be through?
When Uncle Sam Rets you locked up in camp,
Iff Long last will my ears get rid of this cramp.
Svl The girls they all love you, for no one else do they care,
fif But soon they ii grow up ana men jwvis, oewmc
: Why do women In 'the Canal Zone dress in such a sloppy
fashion? They have maids to take care of their homes and
cfltldren, yet they still can't seem to find the time or the in interest
terest interest to appear in public with their hair groomed, their shoes
hsele dand their dresses neat.
'X If you go to any event in Panama, you will see Panamnnian
women beautifully dressed. They have chic, which our women
seam to lack. Yet these same American women, transferred to
tha United States, would look like fashion plates.
i t Do they relax too much because they are in the tropics?
lift afraid so. Most of them carry far too much weight. In
plte of the fact that they constantly complain that thev can't
ret fancy foods In the Commissary
LHow about it girls? Let us slim down and look as pretty
iijahe Commy as we would in the A it P at home.
il Five By Five
FORT AMADOR GATE
j. At least inree nignts a week I drive into Ft. Amador. Since
Ijun a civilian with a olue sticker on my car, i am wondering
why I have not encountered any difficulties. Is it because I'm
lucky, or because I respond quickly when asked for ldentiflca-
- wpi in less man ao secorxis my pass has been shown and I'm
JSL? .J: wnen 1 leave the post I always hear a cheerful
Cooperative US Cltixen
AMONG THE KEY ISSUES to
be taken up, these are prominent:
Prisoners of war on u.5. ora
ers. 88 Japanese B. and C class
war criminals, convicted of atroci
ties, are still being held, aii tne
Class A political prisoners, charg
ed with causing the war, have been
released. All other allied powers
that foueht Japan excluding Rus
sia have released an their pri
soners. nut uj. veterans orga
nizations still oppose a full release.
Korea Any bettering of rela relations
tions relations between Japan and Korea
which the United States would like
to see is held unlikely as long as
President Syngman Rhee heads the
Formosa The Japanese g 1 g e
the impression they do not want
the island surrendered to Red Chi
na, it isn't tnat Japan iears nea
China. Japan simply wants full
trade with Formosa.
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Walter Winchell In New York
; K0IilillllBMRI(ll!05, S..
IThs shareholders of Hoteles Interamericinos, S. A.
jharsby notifj that th annual meeting of share share-iholdsrs
iholdsrs share-iholdsrs will b heiti at 8:00 p.m. Thursday, March
; 28th, 1957, at Hotel El Panama, Via Eipana No. 111,
; Panama City, Republic of Panama, for ths following
I 1 Annual report of the President;
2 Approval of Inventories and Balances
I for tha year 1956;
; 3- Elsction of ths Board of Directors;
4- Any other matter duly presented
to ths Assembly.
OKINAWA Until the Korean
war. the United States rode rough
shod over the Okinawans and
treated them somewhat like con conquered
quered conquered colonials. This is being
chaneed now. under U.S. Far East-
era Commanding Gen. Lyman L.
limnitzer. with, a. 600-milIion-dol
i If '..Iha1 nsl tinanitttl
construction program. No Ameri American
can American military leader wants to let go
of Okinawa. But the basic lact is
that its long-term future hasn I
been worked out.
Bonin Islands This little group
oresents a similar problem. U.!.
Naw holds jurisdiction for un
revealed strategic reasons and
maintains the air base on lwo Ji-
ma. Jananese were evacuated at
the end of the war, but 3,000 are
. Trade Import of Japanese pro-
rliieta into the United States was a
sore siot in this country long be
fore World War II. Japanese un
derstand this better than most
Americans understand Japanese
problems. Japan has therefore vo voluntarily
luntarily voluntarily restricted its exports to
the United States. What Japan asks
in return ia full ODDOrtunity to flev
eloo trade in other world markets
even m Kea uuna.
US. forces in Japan Ground
troops are down to one division
and a combat team, plus special
service and headquarters units.
Jananese problems. Japan has
therefore voluntarily restricted its
exDbrts to the United States. What
Japan asks in return is full oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to develop trade in other
world markets even in Red Chi
TT S. farces in Japan Ground
troops are down to one division and
combat team, pus special aerv-
ire ana neaaauanera uuiia. ia-
oanese look forward to me aayi
when the xanas go norae, dui prui prui-ablT
ablT prui-ablT no more so than the Yanks
anticipate it themselves.
BOTH COUNTRIES REALIZE
that full withdrawal is impossible
until the Korean situation is more
tahle and until Japan s own mm
tary forces are stronger. They now
have an army of 120,000, air force
and navy of 30,000.
tl.s. bases Even when U. S.
ground forces do pull out, it will
probably be necessary to maintain
tl.S. air and naval bases in Japan,
for its own security. But the sugges
tion sometimes loosely maae in
withinirtnn that U.S. atomic'wea-
pon and guided missile bases be
estabusbea on japan u mvmm mvmm-thini
thini mvmm-thini that would probably b r i a g
down any Japanese government
that auowe a.
And with fully cooperative ad administration
ministration administration now established in
Tnkvo under Premier KishL that is
' one thing which so official ia Wash
ington would want to stan.
MY FAIR LADY'S"
Starting its second year at the
Mark Hellinger Theatre Friday
VMy Fair-Lady'' is sun the Hot
test Ticket In Town ... All seats
ior weeKenerf performances are
sold until Christmas ... Tickets for
other peris are gone until mid-
September ... The musical "Pyg "Pygmalion"
malion" "Pygmalion" is also the hottest ticket
in Rochester and Detroit ... The
first cities to be visited by the Na
tional Company with Brian A-
herne (as cities to be visited by
the 'National Company with
Brian Aherne (as Henry Higgins)
and Anne Rogers as Eliza Doolittle
... A-seats for the week in the KoV
dak City starting March 18 ($9fc,:
600 worth) Were sold by mailjbe-
lore tne oox-omce opened... roten
tial receipts for three weeks in De
troit are $310,000 ... Detroit mail
order sale the week before the c-
pemng of the box-office was $270, $270,-000
000 $270,-000 ... This sum includes the lar largest
gest largest mail order in theatrical histo history
ry history a check from Lawrence Inst,
of Tech. for $13,000 ... For 3,000
balcony seats for the faculty, alum
ni and undergraduates spread ov over
er over ten performances.
Of all notables who have seen
"MFL," Ingrld Bergman created
the greatest commotion ... Pursued
by 30 photographers, she entered
the theatre through the stage door
and sought the shelter of the stage
during intermission.. .India's Prime
Minister Nehru missed the first act
on his only night in tonw... The box
office staff prize a letter from John
Foster Dulles, thanking them fori
their aid hi getting him tickets...
The wool taffeta shirts worn by
Hex Harrison In the show come
from London, cost $40 each and
must be washed and ironed by
hand ... Ironically, they are never
seen, since they are beneath the
coat or cardigan Harrison constant
Stanley Holloway (Alfred Doolit
tle) hasnt missed a performance
and Bramwell Fletcher (Rex Har Harrison's
rison's Harrison's standby) hasn't played one
... Three other principals, Rod Mcr dy" opened producer Herman Le-
Lennan, Olive Keeves-bmith a n d vin was seen coming out of the Al
Viola Roacbe, have showed up for
all 415 consecutive performances
Only two chorus girls (Margaret
Cuddy and Nancy Lunch) get an
"A" for attendance. . The Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night audience last Ausut 18
was dismissed at 9:50 following
the "Rain in Spain" number. When
Tom Helmore (substituting for
Harrison) was rendered null and
void by laryngitis ... Cathleen Nes Nes-bitt's
bitt's Nes-bitt's sanity was questioned when
she defaulted from the role of Mrs.
Higgins for 'The Sleeping Prince'
which was banked in lilies after
seven weeks at the Longacre .
Prior to Miss, N.'s flight, Christo-,
Dlie bewlt went ove? tVwU toi can i)e legalJy oW reur
aWWMto f the musical
direct, last Spring's edition of the
"Zieefeld Follies," a costly mis
take which folded in Philadelphia
On the date of "MFL's" first an
mversary, the Memnger tneater
passes into the hands of Max'and
Stanley Stahl... Anthony Farrell
sets $3,000,000 for the theatre he
boueht in 1948 for $1,200,000 ... Ori
cinallv called The Hollywood later
the sist and Warner s ine nei nei-linger
linger nei-linger opened as a screen cathe
dral in 1930 ... It has sheltered
some' spectacular flops among
them "Sweet River" (George Ab
bott's musical "Uncle Tom's cab cabin"),
in"), cabin"), Laurence Olivier and Vivien
Leigh's "Romeo and Juliet," "Te "Texas.
xas. "Texas. Li'l Darlin'." "Two on the
Aisle," "All for Love," "Three
Wishes for Jamie" and "Ankles
Moss Hart. "MFL's" brilliant dl
rector, hopes to complete his au
tobiography, "Act One, by bepi.
... It will be published by Random
House ... In it Moss tells aU, short
of libel ... Alan Jay Lerner and
Frederick Loewe, who fashioned
"MFL's" book, lyrics and score,
will do the same for Metro's musi musical
cal musical version of "Gigi," the Colette Colette-Anita
Anita Colette-Anita Loos antic which introcued
Audrey Hepburn to Broadway. .
Shortly these magicians will be off
to Pans with Mance cnevauer,
the venerable, who will head the
"Gigi" cast ... A week before "La-J
tomat, at 46th St... A week after
the smash opening he was seen
coming out of J. P. Morgan and
Co., at 23 Wall St... A month after
his musical mint was christened
t,ewn flew to Miami Beach to es
cape the screams for seats. He
married Dawn Mclnernev there...
The Big Change in Mr. Levin's do
mestic status caused him to aban
don a three-ceil hut on E. 44th St.
for a swank apt. on Park Ave.
Columbia Records orleinal cast
album of the show brings $20 a co
py on London's black market... It
can't be legaUy sold there-until the
y MW MARION
WASHINGTON It was no ac accident
cident accident that the conservative lead leaders
ers leaders of the Grand Old Party gave a
reception for ex Chairman Len
Hall in the Senate caucus room
where it would set aa much miblici-
ty as possible. s
it was probablv also no accident
that President Eisenhower that
same morning kissed off a press
conference query with a laconic
comment that if "a suitable post"
became available for Len Hall. "I
have no doubt this name would, oc
cur to me." i-.4
The timing was accidental.:, but
not Dee's calculated reply.
For some time. GOP leaders
have been reaching a slow boil ov
er the treatment given the man
who, more than any other, 'first
maneuvered Eisenhower into run
ning again, kept the Eisenhower Eisenhower-Nixon
Nixon Eisenhower-Nixon ticket intact, and piloted jt
tnrougn tne '56 campaign. ;
It was Hall. who. after Eisen
hower was stricken in Denver, met
the press and without the faintest
idea the President would ever re recover,
cover, recover, boldly told newsmen there
would be no change, Ike would run.
Hall has 'confessed : privately
that ha was travellrtf on sheer
nerve.. He knew Mamie was dead
opposed. He know brother Miltea
waa opposed. But gradually he
built up a self-confidence in Ei
sonhewor and a feeling that- it
was only natural for a man with
a heart attack te run for Presl
Senators Knowland (Calif.) and
Bridges (N.H.). with ex Speaker
Joe Martin (Mass.), remembering
tms. nave seen four months go by
since tne election with, no job ges
ture for Len Hall.
That s one reason they orsaniz
ed the gala party and invited Ike
to be there.
at The Drury Lane in Mav '58
In eleven months (ending March lj
over 1,000,000 copies of the album
were sold in America the all
time record for any album over a
similar period ... Goddard Lieber dicated In Potsdam, N.Y., on a
IKE'S COLD FEET
What cooled the White House on
Hall after Nov. 6 was that the boys
around Ike began to take a good
look at testimony before the House
Government Operations Committee
regarding Len't influencing of gov government
ernment government contracts.
The Democrats were unable to
get the press and public to
much attention to this in '56. But
the House Government Operations
Committee has begun to. reinves
tigate the sworn testimony that
Hall held up a contract for the gov
ernment's Nicaro nickel plant In
Cuba until officials of the r reder
ick H. Snare Co contributed $7,000
to the Republican party.
This is against the law. Hall was
asked Jo testify ta Cengressmsn
Jack Brooks of Texas J but so far!
has been about, as busy, as Dave
Beck though not so absent
On top of this, the White House
learned that Hall's brother-in-law,
c. Maicoim uowsey, had been in
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wift'i expectotJora or the tat tat-snshe
snshe tat-snshe kwits tor hiov . ;
LOCO MOTIVE The pretty engineer Is down to earth, but
the rest of the train is up in the air in Cleveland, Ohio. Real
motive power for the train is a monorail trolley, directly over
head, and "cars" are various models of hoists on display at the
Plant Maintenance and Engineering Show In Cleveland, Ohio.
.Sally Barnes, of Cleveland, pilots ths fanciful cboo-choo.
son (head of Columbia Records! is
tne sage wno persuaded William
Paley (head of CBS) to put up the
$401,000 necessary to animate "M "M-FL".
FL". "M-FL". .For this largesse CBS gets
w percent or tne profits... On his
return (March 4) after a four week
vacation, Rex Harrison found a
pair of boxing gloves taped to his
dressing room door) They were
auiograpnea by the entire cast and
an attached card read: "From
"MFL" almost produced an Irish
martyr to rank with Michael Col
lins and Charles Stewart Pamell..
Last October Levin, Lerner, Loewe
and Hart flew to London to find
a replacement lor Rex Harrison
against the day the star would take
advantage of a twelve week re
cess assured him before the ex
piration of his contract Dec. 1st, '57
... iney agreed on Kdwird Mui.
hare, a 33-year-old Irishman .
Scanning its code governing alien
ciurs, cquuy ruiea mat the cork
Celt didnt qualify ... This started
a not and the "Lady" management
mreaienea suit for damages if the
verdict stood ... When the fracas
went to Arbitration Equity was
reversed, uut not before Mulhare,
unknown to our patriots, had ben
made a Cause Celebre in newspa newspapers
pers newspapers ... He was a Page 1 somebody
before he'd had a single rehearsal
When '.'Lady" plays its 475th per performance
formance performance (the May 4 matinee) it
will have run longer than any
Shaw play ... Mr. Harrison is the
only member who knew Bernard
Shaw ... He met him during the
filming of "Major Barbara" In 19 19-41
41 19-41 -... Harrison played Adolphus
Lusins in a cast wnicn included
Wendy Hillcr. Deborah Kerr and I
fcyDU rnorndike An oil oortrait
of the playwright (by Felix Topols-
Ki; nangs in Harrison s dressing
room ... It carries the inscription:
"G. Bernard Shaw. The original
who is only 90, is 20 years younger
ana muca uaier.
Last October 1 Julie Andrews
(Whose "I Could Have Danrerl All
mght" transports one and all)
reached her majority Throtieh-
oui me run or. i ne Boy Friend"
i ana unm monm ago; Julie liv lived
ed lived in a two room suite at the Park
Chambers.. .Now she has an East
Side apartment Another item
in the decor of Harrison's dressing-room
is a -stuffed penguin, the
gift of Alaa Lerner. It symbolizes
Harrison's devotion to the text of
"Pygmalion," the Penguin Books'
edition Charles Walters and Ju Julius
lius Julius Stone (of the box-office staff)
have solved 6,832 ticket complaints,
identified and routed 630 impos
tors, and each has recovered from
shock in a two week siesta' in Mia Miami
mi Miami Beach With the end of its
first year 12,450 rugged indivi
dualists will have paid. $3.45 each
to see "MFL" as a standee ..The
happiest theatregoers in town are
the firemen at Engine Co. 74 ...In
rotation its 25 members are detail
ed to service at "MFL" to comply
with the regulation that a fireman
must be present at aU theatrical
performancesSome of the smoke-
eaters have seen the show 20 timet
charge of forgery. Allegedly he
forged his wife's name to a $2,500
mortgage and a $2,500 bond.
This does not reflect on HalL
But with guilt-by-association hav
ing been made popular by Nixon
and McCarthy, it's feared the
Democrats may make the most of
,aii this was behind1 Ike s press
conference reply: "I have nol
doubt his name would occur to
Those unresponsive words, car carried
ried carried immediately by press and the
political grapevine to Capitol Hill,
raised the hackles still further on
GOP necks. -'
Warned of this reaction, the
President went all out to praise
Hall in a statement at the Congres Congressional
sional Congressional reception. But significantly,
he boosted Len for governor of I
New York, not foi a job Inside his
WHITE Til AND TAILS
Congressmen who attended the
annual White House reception last
week were starched, prim, snd
proper. But some had resurrected
their white ties and tails from the
moths and were hoping bo one
would see the moth holes.
Rep. Bernard W. "Pat" Kearney
(R- N.Y.) looked especially ele.
gant. But only his secretary, Sally
Liddle, knew that be had some something
thing something in common with Adlai Stev Stevenson
enson Stevenson a big hole in the sole of
his right shoe. Sally had ordered
a new pair of shoes, but they didn't
arrive on time.
A Democratic colleague, Rep.
Charles Boyle of Illinois, also look looked
ed looked prim and proper until told his
white tie was inside out. f
.K'Yo can see the 'size 17' plain
as day on it," chlded Congress-'
men Hale Boggi of Louisiana an
Charles Vanik of Ohio. .-
Boyle was only a few feet from
Eisenhower in the reception- line
but he whipped off the tie and re.
uea h oeiore ne snooic hands with
the President. .u
"How did you do that so fast?"v
marveled Boggs. ,"You must have
worked In a haberdashery."; ;
VNo, I used to drive a bus while
working my way .through law
school in C h i c a g of explained
Boyle. "I had to wear a uniform
with a bow tie. We drivers used to
loosen our ties on hot days, but ws
had to know how to retie fast when
a bus Inspector showed up."
i ' ''''
CZAR HOWARD SMITH
Shrewd, courtly Congressman
Howard Smith, who f represents
George Washington's home town
just across the Potomac River, has
proposed a neat little bill that is
going to make veterans howl to
high heaven. ;
The bill, called H. Jt. 159. Innfca
harmless enough on the surface.
But it would make Smith even
more of a czar than he is today.
Today, as chairman of the Rules
Committee, he ranks almost next
to Speaker Sam Rayburn as the
most potent figure In. Congress. His
committee can decide what bills
should be pushed before Congress,
what bills should be bypassed.
But there are certain tvnea f
legislation, certain committees
which don't have to go through
Smith. The chairmen of these com-.
mittees can bypass him, go direct
to the full Congress. So Smith how
proposes ending their power, there thereby
by thereby increasing his power,
He would cut off the power of
chairman Olin Teaeue (Texas), of
the Veterans Committee, to take
veterans' pension problems to the
full Congress. This would permit
smith to bottle up pension bills.
Smith would also curtail the now. s
er of chairman Charles Buckley
(New York) of the Public Works
Committee to take rivers and har harbors
bors harbors appropriations direct to the
House: He would also curtail the
right of ciair Eagle (Calif.), chair chairman
man chairman of the Interior Committee, to
take Hawaiian and Alaskan state
hood to the full Congress, plus
certain other bills dealina wMb
public lands. .
This gets down to the inside rea-
son for Smith's sleeper resolution.
He heads i bloc of southern
Democrats determined to stop
statehood. They don't want to in
crease the margin of northern lib
erals In the House, and are fearful
that new Alaskan and Hawaiian
Congressmen would so do.
That's the reason for Smith's bill
to curtail the power of various
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in the line of duty.
, SATURDAY,' MARCH 16, J95T
TUt PANAMA AMERICA!
ati independent daily kewspayot
n wiuiii.yn.-.fj w I I i iiiyim h i ii ii ')
. SAFETY AWARD--Cecil Vockrodt (front tentet), chief of building and structures section, XJSARCARIB Engirieersycorozal,
, rece'ive'd 8 Certificate of Safety from Col. Peter S. Peca (front left, commanding officer, Fort Clayton, for his section; opeat opeat-'
' opeat-' 'ing 401,884 accident free man-hours during the entire year of 1956. Looking on is Lt. Col. Stanford R. Johnson (front right),
' executive officer, USARCARIB Engineers. Pictured above n emi-clrcle left to right are: foremans Earle Best, Estus Caldwell,
Aaron Sigf rid,, Glen, Williams Alfred Krausnick, Maximo Montenegro, Herbert Prescott, Fertiand Espiau, Harry chapek, Feliz
" Blumberg, Joseph -Bond, Baldur; Norman, Josh Bayless, Pruitt Broome, HenryGarner, William Binns, and George Gunn. ;
: '. '. v : . (U.S. Army Photo)
Convicted Kidnap-Slsyer Abbot Dies
As Governor's Stay Arrives To Late
"SAN' QUENTIN, Calif., March
16 (UP) --Convicted kidnap'-slayer
burton w. Abbott died yesterday
in Sari "Quen's gas chamber
while Gov; Goodwin J. KnighJ was
attempting to delay his execution.
A telephone call to; the death
chamber came: too late. The pet pet-lets
lets pet-lets of cvanide already had been
dropped into the; vat of hydro hydrochloric
chloric hydrochloric acid, releasing the deadly
gas into the appie-green aeam
... Knight,; 'who was aboard kthe air-
crai'- carr;r naiiuutsw u mc
forni,a coasV sought to stay the
execution to Abbott's attorneys
would have time for a final courts
action ; 'v ; .c
f Delayed Execution One
. The f overnor aireadyi naa oe oe-layed
layed oe-layed the execution once -during
thkmorning after a dramatic last
jrwite telephone plea wars made
to him by attorney George T.
Davis over nationwide television television-network,
Davis -said the plea 'that failed
had been held up for 20 minutes
by the overseas operator while
she laid him repeatedly the line
to the ship was busy. Knight said
he had kept two lines open at au
times for' such' an appeal.
, Abbott, a 28-year-old University
of California accounting student
died calmly, insisting to the end
that he- was not-guilty of the kjd kjd-naping
naping kjd-naping and murder pf Stephanie
Bryan,.: 14-year-old Berkeley,
Calif., schoolgirl in 1955.',
, -. v
. Wanted AntheifouH ;
Davis. Vgot Jhis radlo,-elqhone
call -through tot Gov;- Knigfit at
ll.Ui;am. ind explained vt h a t
he wanted, another 'hour 4o take
another plea o Federal Judt;e
Lou is Js.. 0opdman, who' already
had rejected pleas; for a stay yes-j
terday morning and Thursday.
Knight pointea,pit tnat'ooott
was scheduled -to die in-one min
ute, at JV15 a.m. but aaid "We'll
try to get through and hold it up
ji we can. r
The governor 'then called his
clemency-- secretary;" Joseph O.
Babich in Sacrmento and told
him to "hold it."
Babich called Warden Harlev 0.
Teeti at the prison gas chamber
and asked: v v 1 :
The answer was, ""Yeg.? T I ;
'.. And Babich said, "You can't
stop it then?"
"It's too late' Teets, replied.
The First Time
. Teets said that as far as he
knew it was the first time a stay
of execution had been ordered af-
Her the cyanide pellets had been
oroppea. unce mis Happens ii a
too late, he said.
Teets said Abbott came close to
breaking down as he w a 1 k e d to
the death chamber. His lips were
"He was making an extreme ef-fdrt-to
control himself and he suc succeeded,
ceeded, succeeded, by a harrow margin," the
Davis complained about his fail failure
ure failure to .eethrouirh "to'-the covern-
ort'He said the overseas -'operator'
- xepi lniormmg me we; line, was
"I kept asking her to break' in,"
he said. . ' i
"What a weird race with the
Earlier the governor had grant granted
ed granted a temporary stay from 10 a.m.
to 11:15 a.m. after Davis appeared
on the nationwide television pro program,
gram, program, "Today."
Twice Refused Stay
. Knight, who twice had refused
Abbott a stay this week, acted
this morning so Davis could ap appeal
peal appeal a constitutional question to
Phil S. Gibson, chief justice of
the California Supreme Court.
Gibson rejected the plea at 10:40
a.m. .;,.';"' ,.. ....I
Abbott was calm through his
last hours. He breakfasted on ba
con, ham, potatoes and eges and
made no last minute reauests. -He
spoke quietly .to the guards
as they strapped him,, in the steel
chair, in the gas chamber. One. of
the guards slapDed him on the
shoulder before leaving the room
and -Abbott's lips formed, the
words "all right."
The pellets were dropped at the
same time the governor's office
was calling the prison, and the
deadly gas was sucked into the
one lung Abbott bad left after a
siege of tuberculosis several years
ago. ..- ; -;.
He was pronounced 4ead at
11:25 a.m. ...
- Abbott, the father of a" five-year-old
boy, was condemned to death
on Jan. 25, 1956, after being con
the prosecution labeled him
"conscienceless sexual psycho
path" and a "pathological liar
who believes his own lies.
Stephanie, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Charles S. Bryan Jr.. van
ished on her way home from
school April 28, 1955.
' The first break in the case came
ironically from Abbott's wife.
Georgia, 33, who found Stephanie's
purse and red leather wallet in a
box of old clothes in the Abbott
basement on July lsr 1955.
The following day police and
i til men found the Eirl s eve-
glasses, white nylon brassiere and
three of her schoolbooks buried in
tn APbott, basement,. iv ...
Abbott denied any connection
with the case and claimed to be
the victim of a "monstrous frame-
On July 20, 1955, five days after
Mrs. Abbott had -called in the po police,
lice, police, searchers found Stephanie's
uuuy uuneu on a nui iuu yards
irom a camn the Abbotts used us
a summer home in the Trinity
Mountains, 200 miles north of A-
Visits Canal Zone
- An orientation team of instru instrument
ment instrument flight examiners arrived, in
the Canal Zone last week as a part
of the Army-wide program to as assure
sure assure Army standards are being
met m insirumeni mgnj. training.
Capt. Marvin E. Dempsey, Ins
trument division commander. Ar.
my Aviation School, Fort Rucker,
Ala., and Capt. Frederick A. Mau-
rer, instrument flight instructor
ana examiner at the school, com comprise
prise comprise one of four teams making
The purpose of the visit was to
conduct orientations introduce hew
methods, and techniques of instru
ment flight examination and to re recommend
commend recommend accepted Army standards
establishing uniformity of instru-
victed in a 78-day trial in which ment pilot qualification
Three Army Staff
Officers Get Hew
New job assignments have been
given three staff officers at Head
quarters, U. S. Army Caribbean
and the assistant post executive
officer of Fort Clayton has been
transferred to the headquarters aat
Lt. Col. W. P. Knowles. secreta
ry general staff, has been assign assigned
ed assigned as executive officer; G-l, US USARCARIB,
ARCARIB, USARCARIB, effective today in place
Of Lt. Col. R. E. Rose, who has
bene assigned to the 10th Infantry.
Col. Rose will report to the 10th
on April 5.
Rose is also G-l of "Task Force
Hightower, once of the tactical u-
nits to be employed in CARIB-EX.
These duties, will utilize the great
r pdrtidn bf Rose's time uhtfl CA:
RIB-EX" is: completed during the
latter part ot April.
Malor F. B" Schoomaker. per
sonnel services division, has been
named to succeed Knowles as sec
retary general staff.
Maj. Arthur L. Munson, assistant
post exeucutive officer at Fort
Clayton, succeeds Maj. Schoomak
jt-",-"- -,.- 7V w
MOms ry radio
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) HoUy
wood and Grape Vine: Lou Costel
""i ttud Abbott have cut their
20-year-career harness but, says
, !e re not breaking up the
- Back in Hollywood after appear
ing without Bud on Steve Allen'
TV show. Lou told me: "There
no. battle. We're being sensible a
bout it. Bud likes his ranch but
can't sit in a corner. If there's
ob for the two of us, we'll be
there. But we've agreed on separ
ate appearances, too.
Piper Laurie is the latest to try
tor a record nit a la Tab Hunter.
She'll record four sides in New
York... June Allyson is down to 89
pounds tout it isn t an evebrow-lift
er. She's never weighed' more than
Zsa Zsa Gabor as bald as Yul
Brynner is the-topper for her dual
role in -'Maiin .is Auve." But in
stead of cutting those blonde locks
for 1 quick sequences, she'll wear
1 1 1 1 ,( mi i i
KKin cap. inc unused Ann
Blyth "blues" voice she studied
for eight ; weeks before starting
"The 'Jazz Age" will be heard af
ter all Jr-in Las Vegas. She" in
elude a Helen. Morgan medley in
her. next appearance there.
CELESTE HOLM will star in
The Princess Comes Home" Feb
24 on TV's Goodyear Theater. But
don't get excited- it has nothing
John Barrymore Jr. has no emo
tions about half-sister Diana Bar
rymore t book, "Too Much Too
Soon," but he's hoping the movie
version won't picture his dad in a
cruel light, "I haven't even read
the book," he told me at a Play
house 90 rehearsal. "Diana's a to
tal stranger to me. But I hope they
treat dad in a nice way. 1 have
only wonderful memories of him."
If Hollywood ever films Gene
Fowler's biography of the Great
Profile young John's permission
will be necessary. "And, I'm not
about to give it," he says, "unless
they temper the sensational angles.
It's a beautiful story and it should
be done that way."
.NOT IN THE SCRIPT: Eva Ga
bor about her role in the same
film: "I play a charming, glamor glamorous,
ous, glamorous, ternhlv attrarH v. anri whist
woman. You might say I'm play
ing uiyseir. -.
The Witnet: Morey Amsterdam's
ueuuiuon or me ainerence be between
tween between I hnmnriet inrl anmuliBi,
"The humorist scratches his ear,"
Dorothy Dandridge. Will do her
Sizzling r.imhn riinoi Imm "Tj
land in the. Sun" on a New York
i V snow before leaving for France
to star, in "Tomango."...Jack Lem-
mon anrt Felipia Farr hH tiff
ana she's now on Ralph Meeker's
husky arm ... Cameras roll March
x on uewy iiuiton s pilot telefilm,
"HeV. Mom." Sh:.nlavi wirinw
with three children whn'x aln rai.
ing two of her sister's kids. A
swucn ior ine voice-raising Betty.
DEAN STOCKWELL. th. .vliH
star now almost 21, returns to the
screen in "Th f!arpl V.r."
without thinki tn hia arlv in
What triininB?" he isk "A
a child star you don't act. You're
told what to do and you do it."
The teen agers' heart throb.
18-year-old Sal Mineo, classified
his favorite gal pals for me on the
set oi -uino." There are four dif
ferent types, he grinned, but he
prefers "dolls with a crazy sense
of humor. I like to have a lot of
The other three types? Danc
ers, talkers and water skiers,
said Dino. "I date 'em all."
To Follow Service
Robert G. Cox is1 currently con
ducting the Sunday morning serv
ices oi the unitarian Society.
Tomorrow he will Sneak on "The
Idea of God in Unitarianism."
This will be the second of six
talks dealing with the nature and
history of this religion.
A discussion and fellowship hour
will follow the service.
Meetings are held' at the Unita
rian Center, 362 Ancon Boulevard.
The time is 10:30 a.m.
Man is often told "As far as re
lidion is concerned, stop-thinking (
Our church has all ..the' aiurwera.
There is no need for you to think...
Unitarians broke thli man-made
command over four hundred Tears
ago. In the middle of the alxteeirUl'
century, Michael Servetus challeng"
ed the trinltarian concept of God
In three persons. As a result, -Cal--vin
ordered him to be burned' at
the stake. -.i
Persecution, mental or physical, did not stop mankind
fronv questioning; these Unitarians Francis David, Joseph
Priestley, Thomas Jefferson, Charles Darwin, William KQery
Charming, 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 you have "lost faith'" in
religion, because you insist on thinking or yourself you
should know about Unitarianism. ,.
WE INVITE YOd TO JOIN OUR SERVICE OF WORSIOTJ
this Sunday morning at 18:30. Buildinr 362, Ancon Bottle v?
vard and Mamei Place, Ancon. Sermon topic; ; :
"The Idea of God in CnitarUnlsm,,
y .... ; ..-r
Mrs. lona Coley H
Elected To Office
Mrs: lona Coley, the first wom
an to be elected Mosaic Mistress
of Royal King Alfred Temple No.
4, British United Order of Mosaic
Templars, was reelected, recently
for the 1957 term. She will take of
fice Saturday April 6.
Others elected were Miss Flor
ence Morris, Worthy Aaronic Mis
tress, Leonard Richards, worthy
secretary. Miss. Lara Dralces, wor
thy treasurer, Miss Anita Miller,
worthy chaplain; ismael Martinez,
worthy warden: Mrs. Lema Dole-
las, worthy marshall, Miss Adora
Jones, worthy innerguard, Joseph
fcvans, worthy outereuard, Michael
Aspinal, right support, and Mrs.
Louise Dawkms, left support to Mo
saic Mistress; Juan Charles, senior
past worshipful Mosaic. Master.
The. officers elect will be ln-
stslled by the District Grand Lodge
No. 1 at the three sisters hall here
5 -1 ft-'i.J ? fe-i ir-rrJ. "tel l f-K!Rn
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When all members of th family worship
together, you will find a home where lov
abides. There will be peace and happy.
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is EVANGELISM." Enroll your
1 1 :00 "THE CHURCH THE BODY
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6:00 YOUTH FELLOWSHIPS
Grade 4 to 13. ,'
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sirvieesamdsy 10 .00 am 110
eUOABAJO: House No. M 15th St
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Balboa Heigbt C Z.
61 Anew Boiuevard i.
Orgwet B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 7
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SHinoay ajctaaa ? am
aptm7tnunlni Onloa .... 30 oa
days ...... I m
W U1 Bible Study ltasra ltasra-day
day ltasra-day a-
Men's Btotbcrhopd -. (last
Monday in anautbt! ..
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liawlta Avaoua at Mb SUaM
Maifanta, Canal Zona
, bJSt Both, raalai
Morning Warabiy 'V
(f lit;, tat 4 rd Vriday
; Salvation Army
(Wia Datoattaaal tvMfdkM
Ttu r Aciric anB
Capteia it Mrs. H, Oraaa
la rbn,r Stiact, Phona: 28-200M
tl;00 tUinnaat Matting.
3.00 buoeajr ocnooi.
LA C I.
Ueatcaaa ra? Caapftail
Building Mo. 1080, Phona; Z-285T
11:00 iluhnafw Meeting.
I:W 5-Uridi; School.
IM Sanation Martiag
favay gc Mrs. C. L. Moaalor
. '00 aVbaay School.
11)0 riiiinian Meating.
g:M Sunday 6chool.
IM dalvatlon Mtatlng,
gum iMaar uyi nnaJ0j ft.et
BCapttln Sytlln Taylor
11:00 Hol.naw Maatlna
-... awn ot
COLOrt IHlHLi STMET
7:30 Salvation Maatiag,
BATKBOW C1TV CX
Bavay J. C1IL
Br. guru and Jamaica Straat
11:00 Ha'.'naaa Maating.
1:00 ptnday School.
7 :30 atalvattoo Matting. -COlX)M
taalar l aav aad Hit C. Maonaawnrj.
lath Street phona: W-74A
antty la aaaialiaia. libarly ta
antiala aad chaHty la aU
THX ATLANTIC glll
. Bay Blakcly. Paatat
d:a Church gchaal
11:00 Worship Sarvtca.
f 44 p n. Sr. Youth Followthip.
mm. ir. Youth raDowshlg.
The Ba. rauf at Otaodar. Pi
340 Sundgy SdroaL
gjd Yewta) faiiooratiiai
TBB PACWIC ItDI
lha : Otea a. CMms Pi
Baiooa Bd. at Ban Pauo St
Mraaa eviaaa-Churcb OfAce 1-XB4.
Church Scaoot Praa bua aarviaa
Paraaatu PHujamlMi Oroop.
UJr Wonhlp Sarvle Tha jraandaa
taarlan tor Nursery, lunderaartan
rnaaary and Aanlar Otv
Cburth-Uw Naraar tot eAJdrar
Ia Juntor-Hla Pellowahte.
1 m aanier-auah rrtUmabte.
Bar. WalW M Aldtrtaa, MlaaSar
Off r -Ja Bea r MM
' Sunday Benrloai:
ajn. Bunder Setteoi.
lt:4 asm. Morning Worship.
Orbcial BBaaUngi and sraafc-day at at-UMa
UMa at-UMa aa anaieunced.
rag. ttstrKitMki vanituui
Bav Wlliaaa H ArwaKraag
lat BU Pat aaaa Oty
: t at (vaa atornarva pravet and tain
3 at pm 84adae Srhaat
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i riin mtctaoomn tJtbBca
tig Bttaat aad M ear
S S a at atnfutne sanrte east start
t It M S.
i (ttiy C ''smiiiop tat Sunoavst
aiukaag. IJ am Paa atmaw
gttiag gf MKej a4 CgieM, aBe PgaaMag, (Wtgaal wtkaaM
f N taawa tg aaM agd araawa at tag arasad sarrkaa. aaid M riMa
naif hoar. Weaatt mm atraagar.
A g auktir atrvke. the Taa Paagasg Amariegir halt feaiaw, b
daaemlaatiaai. aefkss at haurs gt watshig aad etaar ragalar aethrdiaa.
t.htlnf gag reroted tram Hma tg tiaag. OaaaaiiaatiaM aaviaf
awry eaa ar twg caaareaattoat grg farad aadai "Otha. OarcAat Aad
StrvicM A sgMial Httrag it iatWdad far servicee ad Araty gaata.
Ait f'M betas gad Ngval atgrrga.
Miuiattri. churcB tacrgtarlat add caeaiatae grg atkad ra mraraj
the atwt datk ia wriring by Wadaeedef aaaa at tha I treat at ggy
chongtt 'or tea coming Saturday's chute gtgd.
IBKNtZKH MfcTHOUIBI CUUBVct
Rainbow City. CZ
Bat. Samuel Waldan. Miniatet
Sunday Servlcas t a m and a:l pat
iuoday School aU sgr at "30 am
"Your insHatJaa To aratshla."
TuMHtav n rt PrarM Vtlr.o
CBK1BTLJ gtlKNta, ;MUMUia
rtrstCburcboi tjbwet SclanUst Ancoi
SCO Ancon Boulevard.
Sunday 110; Weonandat :o8 gja
Sundat School 9t0 aja
Utb Street gi Bolivar Hiabwat
Brfik a east
SHnn.V 'WntB" ml, ...AA at al
BT MAAY'8 CHURCH Balboa
"iSbTSay Ma :
"!fliPor Saturday. SS Is 5
7:00 to 8:00 P.- ftur.day. Ittlor.
first Friday: 7:00 to 8:00 P-n'
lUraculouV Medal Hovana; IM PJ
"cJlSS eta-l Mtm th. 1:00 mass
on Sunday. 4-in n
High ncnooi ou"
BACKED H EAST An COB
SiSrbM iSa.rg ajn. n4 :00
" SonlaWon,. Sawrdsy Ij80 la k:00 and
7:1ft. to 8:0U P"- auv-
aatU.e .in b an
iSad Heart Devotlonat 7:00 pta. on
CateduBB Oatet to pJn. on
OVA LADY OP FATIMA CuruBdB
Sunday Mass at :00 a.m.
Holy Day Man at 30 p.m.
' Codaasionsi :M to 6:45 pjna. on Sat-
ury- t a an ta 10
fTatacniam n"" v
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 8:11 aja.
Holy Day Mast at Q pm.
ZS3&S& 4J8 and
e:w io.i.j. ,.M i.nn
Catecnum viaasi ouw
Miraculous Medal Ntwenai ?:0O p.m
on inw. K..w,. i-oo
r.n.iwt uiBrunrai mu.
BT. VTNCKNTa Panaas City
Sunday Masses: 4:00 and 8:80 a.m.
Holy Da Masses: 8:30 and 5:00 p.m
nt it tails on Saturday th. Maasas art
:0ft and M ajn-t ;
au.atlt.. t.MilhJ I'M to i-lto and
10 e.g:00 un. Thuradayt belora Hurt
Mtracuious 'Mtdal Novana and Sta
- th. rxaat Friday 7 40 p.m.
teehlam Claaa: After 8:30 mats on
8 oSvwtrt Claarr 8:30 p.m. Tuesday and
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HM v Dav Mwa : 8 :00 a in. lt it fattt
on saturoay a ov
CatechUan waaa: j
MC3lona: 3:00 to 3:30 SJU. Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA SALLB
Sunday Masses: 8:30 and 8:30 ajn.
Ft" and Bat First Frld.y m.: ) a m.
Hnw Das Masses: 3:00 a.m. to im
. .o tn a-90 and Ml to
:uu.pjn. mih 1-00
Catechism Cla: o f Sunday
T. rHKBESrs-tu. 13a.
Convert Clara: Monday 7 JO aja.
Sunday Mass: 7:00 m.
Holy Day Mast: S S0 p.nv
Confession.: SaturdayfsO tc ,1M
Thursday before First Friday 830 pjn..
CUKblrn Clara: 3:18 pjn. Sunday
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 pm.
1:30 p.m. on Thursday
BT JOSFJH S Cela
Sunday Maases: tS.
um. h. Ma-aesi 5:43 and 8:00 etn.
UnlCMlOIai; aealUaTdtV "
7:2.Mid.i Itov. wlmdw
6:15 eDd 7:00 pjn.
Sacred tiean rovm..
Sunday Evening Servlcas 7 PJ
rvr..rt Claaa: 7:15 om en Mondays
. . in it a m. tA
"pir-f Frloay-iaMOf Most Blam Blamed
ed Blamed Sacrament all day Itepo-ltJon at 3.30
ajn. Saturday mornin.
rim aaiuraay r-v --j
Firm ummiiniw' i, v . -.
dren Mondays and Thur-daya IM
MIBACTJLOUS MRD t L CTlnShal
Sunday Maaaes: 70. 8 -00 and 1038 am
Holr bay Maase.: 340. t am and
. S.t.ml.a A -Mi tA t "flO artd
7-00 to I 80 p m. After Boaary each eve-1
Miraculoua Medal Hovenai
Caurhi-n Cl: After 818 liam on
First Frtday ExpostUon aD day during
First Saturday: Ma
at t-ot am
HOLY FAMILY CHfBCH ta
Sunday Masses: 7 .It, 1J0.
First teturda' Mass:
tteekday Masses :
Sa-jurday 7 -80 p m ta
Mrraculoua Medal Novena
Holy Dsy Maaaes: 7 30 a.m.
Ceofession .. 3-43 gat. to
ersh Family Boaary aad
Discussion Inquiry Orenp
1st. Frtday Devotions
1st Satardev Devotions ..
11 30 Hi.
8 8 am
-00 a m.
t oa pm
7 -at a av
IT tlCJtTg Baas baa Ctry
- 63a ass aaM gat
gag am and Sdg
CoTtresatera. 4 at at 648 and tat) te
IM am Saturoaj
Cat i ml ia Ciaaa: Mm am aa Basaday
Oai.ail Oe- nai gtandev It la
MtmMioua Btaaat Waiana: I
tag am, aa
Mean 8 It am
Mm Cgaal Zaarg, ataa) fBf refasaaai
Holy Day Mast: 5.00 Dm.
Conftmions: :30 to 7:00 p in. on Sat
Cat-chlm Class' 4:0(1 o m on Monday
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mamas: 8:60 am. and 8:00
Confewtlons Saturday at 1:00 pm. and
titer an evening aevouona.
Baptisms by appointment,
Miraculoua Medal Novena i 1:00 pm.
on Tuesday. .'
Sacred Heart Novenat 1:00 p.m on
Sunday School: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Religious Instruction Class for Chil Children:
dren: Children: 4:00 p.m. on Thursday.
Relitlout Instruction for adults (Con
ducted in Spanish): 7:U0 pm aa Mon-
Convert tnstroeUrtns br aenolntment
The Bt. Bet. Heber Ceedan. S.T.D,
The Very Bev. Malnert J. Petersoa,
TH CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKB
7:30 am Holy Communion.
630 am flantd Communion (4th Sun Sunday
day Sunday ).
9:30 a.m. Church School.
9:4 am. Escuela Dominical.
11.00 a so. Morning Prayer and Sermon.
- Holy Communion, (first Sun Sun-nay).
nay). Sun-nay). 1:00 pro. Iverung Prayer and Sermon.
6:30 a a,. Holy Communion.
7:00 pm Evening Prayer.
6:00 a m Holy Communion.
8 30 a m Holy Communion.
8:15 am. Morning Prayer.
13:00 Mi-day Missionary Pray era,
Charch of St. Andrew
The Bev. William W. Baldwin,
Priest ia Charaa
Holy Communion 7:30 a m.
Family Prayer and
Church School 330 am
(Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Sunday each month)
Morning Prayer at Sermon 114)0 a.m.
(Also Holy Communion 1st.
Sunday each month)
Holy Communion 3:00 a.m.
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Bev. Clarence W. Hayea,
Priest la Charge
1:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
, (H.C. Jirst Friday each Month).
St Slmoa's Chotvb
The Rev. John Spear. Priest ia Charge
Choral Eucharist- and Sermon-
Church School 3 KM p m.
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 p m.
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 pm
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 8:00 am.
Evening Prayer v 7:00 p ro
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
4th Thursdays 730 pm
WEDNESDAYS At THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 a.m.
Morning Prayer 80 a.m.
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Family Eucharist 830 a m
Office of Compline 8:00 pm.
St Peter's Chareb
The Bev. John Spear. Priest m Chares
Morning Prayer and Church
School 3:00 gm
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 10:30 a m
Hoiy Baptism 12 :00 noon
Evensont and Address .... 7:30 pm
Woman! Auxiliary '"
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 8:00 am
Chapel o the Holy Comforter
Pea. L. B. Shirley. Priest ta Charge
3:30 am. Holy Communion.
Charch ef St Margaret
Eapave and Brazoa Blvd.
The Bev. Jesse K. Beaew. Beetar
730 am. Holy Communion
8:45 a m Church School
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
Last Sunday each Month. Holy Com
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
6 30 a.m. noiy wrammmi.
rhaoel at Oar Saviear
130 a.m. noiy communion.
The Bev. Ansa B. Weatt,
Priest ta Charge
The Bev. David A. Osborne,
-66 a.u. Choral guc harlot Sana on
330 am Infant Betitiara.
3.60 nia Church School
(heid t Building .131 1
56 am JUtAa
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
136 aia Woman a Auxiliary and Al
tar uulld ataaong.
x PANAMA tilt
Bt Peal's Caere
Phe -en. ttasrrl at BarlrlePjto-tei
Th. B-a Fits B. AtsraB. Daaeaa
ana am Horv Coram-tia
taa am Bung rAtcnanst
tg:k a at Momma Praver aad
U-M arcs Holy Baptism
t-na km gnlmia verniers
t IV ttory
a aa a m. Bms
rHVRSATS AND FRIDAYB
a -M m ttalv ftaamlM
at e m Hory
CHRIST CrTTRCJI gry-TTJT-SEA
Calaat. A P.
(Oprjarne Ho4 Waarrmgtant
Taa atev. aaaaas reser ra
Tee Bee. Hiaary A
g8 am Plory Cotrmvantass.
g 46 am. Momtng Prayer.
I Mbbl trrMtral Vsdiar'-t attd
It 36 am Churrh SHwol.
136 am Snlasari gunsBng asm
A PaY 4 .earn. atjBsY 89a7f8BJ8JBf3jijB
lag gas. Ivan Wig Prayer aattT
8:30 t.m. Adult ConflrmaUoa Claaai
5:00 pm. Evening Frayer and Medita-
: .' tion. i
' w.V.v'V FRIDAY ;
. 8:00 a.m., Children's lucharirt. ,. t
- i SATURDAY
10:00" a jo. Junior Confirmation Class.
7 130 pm. Compline and Meditation.
aU 8AINBOW CRt "''"
, CharUi el St. Mary, the Virata
The JBev. Joha A. Baaidlng.
Priest ia Charge
-Sung Lucharrst 730 S.m.
Church School .....t..... 8:48 am
Evens-ins and Sermon 7:30 pm
Holy Communion. ........ tK) am
,i;'-v': ".: '''''RIO ABAJO ""'-v
: : St Christopher's Charch
10th Street, Parque Lefevre '
The Bev. Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest in Charge
The Bev. Clarence A. CrafwdL
SUNDAYS-; r. :
- b.w am. noiy tommumon.
7:30 a.m. Sung Eucharist and Sermon.
1030 am. Morning Prayer and Church
School. -.;.--. i
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.
6 -SO cm. Evensong and Sermon.
7:30 pan. 1st and 3rd, woman's, auxi auxiliary.
liary. auxiliary. TUESDAYS
4:30 p.m. J uniot vaugnten ax me
1:30 o m. Youth Fellowship.
8:0Q a.m. noiy communion.
7:00 pm. Evening Prayer and Religious
6:00 p.m. uiris nienaiy socieiy.
3:00 n.m. 1st and 3rd. Singletons.
0:30 ajn. Junior coniirmauon btaas.
CHURCH OP' THE NAZARENB
Minister: Bev. Elmet O. Nelson
Boa aa, Ancon, CZ. Balboa 3603
Sunday School '. 8: am
Morning Worship 1030 a.m
Youth Service 6:45 p.m
Evening Service 130-pm.
N.F.M.S. Service 7:00 p m
Prayer Meeting. Wed. .... 1:30 pjn,
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panam RJ?H 33rd Street East
a. tj. Browa. gUnttteg
Ulvine worsnip -?
Sunday School -00 p.m.
Sunday Masses 7, 7:43 11:65
kio abaia. atJ. Sunday
i, na. aadi ttA J arllri
82..sma.at mt A (VI nm mm. Win Maiuorigl.
uuiiuajn erv g--r.
806 Blbya Bead,, Balboa.
mnara n Irene rtnira
OP LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Snnriou meatinas in the LDS Chapel
Sacrament Meeting .....
Relief Society: Tuesday..
Taljinhnna Ralboa 4227
9:30 a m.
Building ZOO, Schoolhouse Road Gatun.
. i m k.
Sunday School, Sunday .. 3:30 am
Sacrament meeting Sunday 11:00 a.m.
Priesthood meeting: Wed... 6:30 n.m.
.Primary, Wednesday 830 pm.
Keuer society, as announcea.
Telephone. Ota tun 366 or Crlatdbal 2891.
CumVNDO PROTESTANT CHTJRCR
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K. Leidlg, Minister
Phone Res. 83-7116 Of. 83-5108
Sunday School 8:30 am'
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11:06 a.m.
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m.
Eevening Worship 7 :00 p.m.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m.
A church nursey It provided for your
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCB
St Badheel The Archangel
13th St Wan No. 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at 730 am
Tuesday. Wedneadeve and Thursday
Sacrament ol unction (Heailna bar.
vice) First Sunday of each month at
Meant Haflhet Carsrtiaa Cmrreb
Panama R. P
Bt Rev. T .lames D. D. aianap
Morning dtvotio at ........ 6g am
Fellowship 'Vorshia al 11 KM am
Sunday School at 3:60 pm
kJivint Service at ........... 730 pm
54 First Street
Urbanltaclon El Carmen. Panama City
Informal Talks and Dlscuaslons
Tbursdays. ,.l pm.
Colon, It ds Pretrl Streets
(oDstairs Amarieaa Bazaar)
Study Ciassea Ttauradava, 130 pm.
BETHEL MISSION CHtmCBl
Erpalabt St. Paralso. C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart, Paster
Sunday: II H am. Worship Service.
3:00 p m. Sunday School.
1:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 130 Young People's Society
Wednesday t 130 Mid-week Christian
Thursday! 6 no Choir rteneanat
Friday: 730 Women Missionary So
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7633 Eighth Street Colon
Bev. G. W. Geaaalsaa. Paster
Sunday Schol 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a m
Night Sarvtca 130 pm
FIRST CHUBXH OP GOD
Car. Jamaica aad Trinidad Sta.
Baanbew City, Caaal Zaae
Bev. O. W. Graadiseat. Pastor
Momma Worahht 606 am
Sunday School .............. 10:30 a.m
Night am no T3 pm
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Mrs Maade Buna. Patter
Sunday School 100 am
Morning worsnip 1 -oo em
Night Sssrtie 130 pm
TBS CTfURCH OP GOD
Car. "TV and Martaaa Areataseaa Sta
Bev. Was, i. isbaasa, Pastor
Sunday School ........... 6:38 a.aa
Morning Worship 10:30 am
N 14014 gjtasTTiCV Meeate 1 illO 0-earn.
TO Clivaai OP GOD Rta Aaata
Maails Oaratw BW Igtlt
Suaday Scnoa 636 am
sioraing worsnrg .......
..... 1836 em
Niatst sjaFvtea ...
CftUBCtt OP OOO (PesM areata I) -Rev
B E Wstaon. Osuatsj
Phone 8-428. Box 353. Gamboa
Cb arches at Paratse, C-Z (Rev ana
Mrs Herman G. VThytet Colon. R.P
(Rev Femende Lorenee), Rio Abate
( Bev and Mrs. Charles Raynetl. and
Catfv iRev and Mrs. Cufford Graavasl
Sunday and sreesrdava aervtcet at aB
IMaMe lletairts, C-aV
. ru i
Be. Cart V
Bex 3T. Gaatbaa. CX
Pwasat 6-8IT 1
Soerial tnfrieert B!6g- Diablo Aetrtrtt
)?UTlMT tMMM TW J8R
Worship Service 16 46 a at
Youth Service ...... I pm
entr girslce t M am
Vaak, Biaat Stady A Prsyer tatg a as.
Posts and Bases
, PACIFIC SIDB
nor aurarvMi .
Sunday School V......r... ...... 8:0C
Mnminn Wimhln ........ 10.00
Church-Time Nursery School,..', 10:00
FORT CLAYTON -Sunday
School (Building No.
iai ..........j.... i..
Morning Worship ...,........, 10:15
Wadneadav Rvenirie Pravar Meet
ing and Bible Class .......... 830
Dally Mass 8:15
-Saturday Mast .,,n... 8:00
Sunday School 8:00 a.m.
Sundav Mornin a WorshiD 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Masses ......... 8:00 at 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions .... t:30
Confessions-Saturday 8 :00 A 7 30
Bunaay samuy nouj ..... sjv pjn
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE r '
Sunday School i... 8:30
Adult Bible Class (NCO Clubl.. 9
Morning Worship 8:30 10:45
Youtn ttuowsnip ao
uS. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
ounoay acnoot ......f........ ?-v
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL J
Morning Worsnip .....j. ....... ;w
Holy Communion First Sunday
' "' Cafhtlla
Daily Mass 6:30
Sundav Masses 8:30 & 9:00
Confessions, Saturday ...6:30 A 130
Sunday ....8:30 A 9:00
Dally Mass 8:45
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 9:00
Confasalons, Saturday ...7:30 A 80
Sunday Mass 1030
Saturday Mass ,. .'. 3:00
.Sunday Masses 7:00 A 9:00
Dauy Maav .................... e:30
No. 711) ...7:00 A 830
Confessions. Saturday (Building
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASK
Daily Mass 8:00
Saturday Mass 1:00
Sundav Masses 1:43 A 12:1
Novena Services-Tuesday 7:081
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Dally Mast 4:00
Sunday Mass 930
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
Sunday School 9:45
Morning Worship 11 :00
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday.. 130
Sunday School 9:45
Morning Worship 11 .-00
Youth fellowship. Sunday 6:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
aunaay ocnoot ................ s:30
Dally Man ...... ..L,,,.... 730
JHerning Worship .i.w..
Holy Communion first Sunday
1 cf Month)
Confessions, Sunday ..t. .......
Confessions, Saturday ...6:00 A
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Weekly Services la til Churches es
Sabbath School 9:30 am
. Divine Service 11 K ajn.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 pm
Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer
Service 130 D.m.
Pacific Side Psoases m Balboa District
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 263 3506
Cabe Verde. Ave. J. F. de la Oasa No.
Chorrillo 25 tn No. 27
Pueblo Nueva t-A Bt between bra
and 4th Sta.
Ria Abajo 11th Bt No. 71
Balboa Chapel 0644 Cavilan Bd. Bai.
boa (Saturday only).
Spanish Caarehea Ptaaau aad
Paster Ruben Ruia
Panama, Calle Darlen No. 3
Crlstdbal. 16th Bolivar Ave.
Gamboa A Frfloles
District pastor A. A. Grlxxla
Tel. No. 6-103
Gamboa Praitt Parkway FrHolm
Atlantic side Csloa ana
Pastor Neblett-TeL 38:836
Colon 3rd St et Central Ave. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 16tb A Bolivar Ave.
Central office t Cavilan RoadTot 2 2-liit.
liit. 2-liit. Jewish
jevrrn tkeitsre Board Bid. 792-X La
Boca aoad. Balboa. CX BbM Nathan
Serviev- Friday. 148 am Saturdav.
(See a trannas at wrsa ears net
urMar "caw Beset and Station!.
tmgrsaariea Boi Shearitfe Israet Ave-
atda C"t and 36th Street. Bella Vtata.
Pstiaen Cttv Sataltaa B6 pm
BRrrtrMTB urrtTrttaN cwurcs
Balaam Bead at WhrM Street
Be Bebert P. Owaitrk. Paatat -P.O.
Boat 86. Balboa.
Sunday Scrwoi. Bible etaas 666 am
Divine Service 16:18 am. -"Divine
fierviea at Margarita ft Bt
Margaret's Eulw opal Ch ureal Suejday
By OSWALD JACOBT ;
Writtea for NEA Servlcg
4T 7 3
WESt (D EAST
A 7 2. V9843
None s 4 KQ6
North and South vulnerable
Watt North East ':' South
Pass Pass Past 1 4
Double Pass I at 2 4
2a 34 34 44
Pass East Double Pass
fuss fgss f
Opening leada 5
In match noint duDllcate b
player will double part score
contracts that he would never
think of doubling in rubber
East's double was strictly a
duplicate double. He thought
tnat he would have made tnree
spades for a score of 140. Ninety-
plus 05 for the part score. He
wanted the 200 points for a dou
bled set to beat tnat.
West led his fourth best club.
Dummy won with the ace and
East had to drop an honor. The
six of clubs was led and trump
ed while East's second honor
Declarer next nlayed the klnir
Of hearts and west mane we
mlstak of taking his ace right
East droDDed the elKJit of
hearts (he did not want si spade
shift) and West led the seven of
hearts. Dummy's ten took the
trick and the jack of clubs was
led. Poor East ruffed low. south
overruffed ana niayea his ace or
trumpsA heart was led to dum dummy's
my's dummy's oueen and the ten of clubs
East chose to trump. It did
not matter what he did because
South discarded the nine of
spades thereby holding his loss losses
es losses to one heart, one trump and
West could have beaten the
hand by not taking- the king of
nearts. He t aiso couia nave
beaten it byvopenhvr and con continuing;
tinuing; continuing; hearts. Either,' cu these
lines of Play wouldoiave killed
an entry to dummy and made it
Impossible to get the spade dis discard.
card. discard. CHIQUITA
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! ITS GOOD :!
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TWO SMART' CHICKS "Miss Georgia CWck Mary. Ruffit ;,
junior at Brenau College, Gainesville, Ga yea a sraart chick
of g different feather at a poultrymen'g convention ia Atlanta.
-The biddy in the toy truck has sense enough to know that
there's more percentage in riding the truck than-crossing, tha
road in front of It By working a lever with her teak, tha
, makes truck wheels revolve and at the same time trips s lupplyv
of feed for herself. .' t T 'gf
The Pacific SlOEin Navigilion Cc.7.;:ny
" x (INCORPORATED BI ROTAt ClUETER
FAST FREIGHT ANO fASSBNGEB SERVICES
. . TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR, fERD AND CXULB
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KINGSTON HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, SPAIN
.--: AND FRANCE Ht'-v
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons.) .......April J
S.S. "REINA DEL MUtt" (2025 Tohs.) . . .MAyO
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S.S. "FLAMENCO" ....March 80
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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White fleets
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a A at afsa
"CIBAO" .'. 1 . ..Apfil lt
"SANTO CERRO" .April
ALSO HANDLING REFRIGERATED and CHILLED CARGO
New York Service
"ESP ART A" ".'J...
Weekly sailings oT twelve passen.er ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco ,
SnClAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA I
Ta New Tor k nd Return S24f.lt
Ta Los Angeles aad San Franeisctt and
Retnrnlnc from Leg Aageles t27t.tt
Ta Seattht and Return S3I3.8S
CRISTOBAL 21 V
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution-Guaranteed by the Stcts ,; '-Pays
Pays '-Pays 2 Interest Arraaally oa Savitits Accounts. :
. INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
Wt maka loans with guarantees on first mortjajaS
. i or euisr
deposits are accepted thru a period
t of 48 weeks
Individual safety deposit
documents, in 4
' OFFICE IN PANAMA
let CegtraJ Avtx at
rttraeg gf -V Street
Q. A. De R0UX,
FP6T- I N a.tn. tg lt:J .y-J 1
SATURDATS: frtng ijl U ll.at suaa.
... .....April S
$1.00 and $5.00
bouts, for twtiry and
; COLON BRANCH:,1
Frent St at ttiraer I
. gf ;tk St.
SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1957
THK PANAMA AMERICAN mm AS INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
H. J. Heinz Company Opens
New Branch In Puerto Rico
?.v'- Jt t L If UfU pMsm i-ouo m iwrLLm 9.00 J to tt
! V", M
AT MRS.. POTTER'S COFFEE-- X group of Engineers'
ftwttln tSrhSw by the Canal Zone's first Lady.
Wives at shown at th coffee party
KidWEERS'WmS ENJOT COFFEE PARTY
GIVEN BY MRS; "WILLIAM E. POTTER
? WlUtoBi'E;Potter,iwtfe of the Governor
ti Canal; entertained member, of tho Eneers Wives
Cta 4 eeffee lty 1n yesterday morning at the ot-
to enjoy the hospitality of
the Zone's First tay.
Mii. Uil Uatthews. MlSS Ml
ry Brigham and Mr. Frank Hukill
If h. -Pacifia Side and Mr. Jae-
eraes Cook of the Atlantic Side en
at a cocktail-buffet giv
n at Amador Officers'! Open Mess
Some 175 guests attended the af-
tub -Hat aufCMiful
Mr. Land Brooks and Mrs. Mor-
ti$ : Smouse co-nostea ine bob
successful card 'party that the
Card croup of the Balboa Woman's
...k h.i niovad to date. Attend-
ance attained a new high and do do-tiOSirho
tiOSirho do-tiOSirho clubs charity fund
far xceeaa y recaivea m
kO The croup met on Thursday
fleers' Open Mess. Desert and eof-
fc were lerved after which mem.
bers and guests played 3ridge, Bo
livia nd canasta
Attending were: The mesdames
ilanr RuppeL Ruth Bourgioui, El El-ii
ii El-ii JEttinger, Ruth Jenkins, Agnes
Hearosv Martha Hamilton, Leona
iasrusn, Helen Gulnlan, Kay Dan Dan-els,;
els,; Dan-els,; dith. Brown, Marion Wil Wil-eoit,
eoit, Wil-eoit, Louise Hurtado, Hilda Har Har-rtll.'laj
rtll.'laj Har-rtll.'laj Nordengv Juanita Wat-
u Billie tindsey. Theresa Luce,
lsnca Schiinng, Maria Dayi, Ja-
5eD joustra, norence Kimn,
lTf Aanesetf,' Flora Hack, Hazel
iminr man. Molly Johnson, Ruth
Kongable,. Peggy Parker, Xdnt
Plumeri Sos Casey, Juanda Pen Pennington,
nington, Pennington, Phil Euper, Evelyn John
stone, Marma spinney, Carrie
Browar Libbv Laey. Gloria Brown.
Dorothy Alien, -Mary Trent, Ruth
Bathtnann. Claire Irwin, Blanche
Ccngdan, Hazel Brooks, Helea Ad-
Idt oa mny i. nonon,
Th meeting will be March
M. Hostesses for this affair will be
frs. Harry Lacy, Mrs. Arthur C
AAaW XMilJ Mjm.j BU mm IUUVU eAlVA U1V MSW
Srown and Mrs. Sidney C Wilcoa. white lilies.
Coronation 'Of 'Queen
it Dilm Hn'Tohiaht
A cala Purim BaU will be held
tnnioht at tha Golf Club, begin
ning at 9 p'.ni. The affair will be
mghugmea Dy ine comauwa w u
Queen of Piirlm. ' -'
Th hall is beins sDonsored by
the WI?0 (Women's International
Zionist Organization; 01 ranama.
Tickets ar available at the door
Wive Will Make
Tow Of Panama
The Fort- Amador 0 f f 1 c e rs'
Wives' Club' Will sponsor a tour of
Panama on Wednesday, March 20.
Tha teur will consist of a visit to
the- Presidencia and several Pana
- Luncheon will follow at tha tt
nion dub at U.ra. Hosteses 4or
the luncheon Will tie the ladies of
the G4 Section Mrs. Louis D.
Farnsworth, Jr. and her' commit
tee. There will be a display of guts
from Peru at tne union ciud.
Buses will leave Fort Amador
Officers' Club at t a.m; and re
turn there after the luncheon.
If you can t make ue tour joD
the group at the Union Club for
lunch. Total cost will be 2,20 (in
Reservations can be made un
til noon on Monday, March 18 by
calling Mrs. Tom A. Arnold at a
St. PaHck's Day
St. Patrick's Day
Them Fa Luncheon
Mrs. David Ramsey presided o-
ver a successful membership drive,
coffee and .business meeting held
by tne Fort CUyton OUicers'
wives' Club at J'ort uayton
Wednesday morning with 41 mem members
bers members in attendance.
New mebara welcomed to the
club by the president included Mrs.
C. w. Uark, Mrs. G. U Suva,
Mrs. T. M. Beckham, Mrs. C. P.
Craig, Mrs. G. M. Watson, Mrs.
w. J uater and Mrs. J. u. Twom
St. Patricks Day set the theme
for tha tables decorated gaily with
Honteises for the monthly Coffee
were Mrs. Ben Dooley, Mrs. John
Collins and Mrs. Leroy Lujegreen.
Among the business matters con considered
sidered considered by the membership were
plans completing the proposed trip
to the San Bias Islands on March
The annual luncheon of the Fort
Clayton Officers' Wives Club is
presently planned for April.
Families of Margarita Union
Church and Sunday School will as assemble
semble assemble at Rancho Ramos on Bra-
-zos Brooks na. tnis afternoon at,
4 o'clock to take part in a commu
nity picnic. ....
ach family wiu ormg a cover
ed dish and the Sunday School will
furnish the, drinks and ice cream.
Mr. J. H. Ptau will lead the
group in an pld fashioned "Sing"
Will Hold Social
The Ft. Clayton N.C.O. Wives
Club will hold a Husband-Wife So
cial Tit Aid iv- March 28. at tha N.
CO. Open -Mesa. A Poa-Luek Din Dinner
ner Dinner Dance has been 'planned for
that date. Thara will be a drawing
for door prizes.
For further information concern concerning'
ing' concerning' this .social, please call Mrs
Bonnia Murrell at 87-6131.
MISTER GIRL SCOUT Since today U Girl Seoul Sabbath it
Is appropriate that Rabbi Nathan Witkln la pictured as a
charter member of the "DO DADS," a group of Canal: zone
men who DO xhare their time and talents with the Girl
Scouts of the Canal Zone.
Benny, Allen, and Palance
Slated To Get TVs Emmy
. Mnfc Helea SchnlL wife ef tha Lt Governor ef the Panama
Canal, was tha gwst speaker at tha last rcrnlar monthly
taaeheea saeetins; f tha American PnbUe ReUtions Aasecla
i tlom, at the Betel n Panama Mrs. SchcO spekt mt the new
Wok H which aba is edltay Uvtnr at tha Crossreads, which
la betas; ycbllahaC cader tha aaspiee f the Inter-Amarieaa -;-
I Kemaa'a Clnb. -. t
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ONLY THE BEST
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thata anj thev braad. Tan'ro w of
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ASPIRW lor CH1U)RE
- WASHINGTON The aUeged
voice of Multnomah County Ore
Disitrict -Attorney William M
Langley broadcast from a tape re
cording aurag a senate packets
"'So the- only way you're going
to ao any good is cards, man dice,
Like I told you all along, cards
and book and theq if you get in
to the pinbaUs and ponchboards
tnava au ngni.
Its embarrassing 'to ma to
find any district attorney who
takes tha Fifth' Amendment''
LONDON Mrs. Renlnsld Fair.
bairn considering the reasons why
her six-foot boa constrictor, Ber-
ue, ran awayj ?
at proDaoiy leit me can of
spring and has sons off to se
one of his girl friends."
nvum.iwn rn t n
Thompson, leader of the Ku Klux
Klan'a Cleveland klavern, warn
ing newsmen to star away from
a multi-state klaa rally atneduled
The oress. radio and TV teo-
ple are forbidden to set.ioot on
NEW YORK-Jewish Lord May
or of Dublin, Ireland, Robert Bris
coe, a dares sing a united Jewish
A rid ts a Tia wnatever else
ha may bo. Although I happened
to be orn in Ireland and spent
most of my life in politics, I have
always oeen a iw ana i am auii
a Yid and I have sever iorgot-
LONDON British Foreign Sec
retary Selwya Lloyd urging fron frontier
tier frontier revision between Israel and
da Arab neighbors:
yon wui not get peace unless
the state of Israel has more aen-
SEATTLE Dave Beck, presi
dent of tha Teamsters Union, de defending
fending defending his union against charges
of corruption py us Senate nacx-
"You can find thinga wrong
with any organisation. Go through
tha medical association .sad
from time to time you 11 f 1 a d
some members who hare forsak
en their oath and ara doing abor
HOLLYWOOD (UP) Veterans
Jack Benny, Grade Allen, Jack
Palmira and Ed Wvnn and new
comer Evelyn Rudie, 8, are rated
the favorites to win" television's
ninth annual Emmy Awards to-
The TV industry s wng-awaueu
back patting session will take
place In full view of the home
customers via a 90-minute eolor
telecast on NBC-TV at 9:30 EST.
With Benny it may be a case
of a bridesmaid finally becoming
a bride. Tne comedian, who al
ways is so good ms zans lane i i-for
for i-for granted he won't be bad, nev never
er never has won the gold statuette
awarded the best TV comedians.
Neither has Grade Allen, despite
her many years of success witn
partner-husband- George Burns.
But this rear the- armchair
guessers were saying Benny final
ly would get the nod from Jus fel
low workers as the best comedian
and Miss Allen- as the best come comedienne.
dienne. comedienne. Boxing Play Citad
Wynn, one of tha' first Emmy
winners for comedy back in the
"old" day. appeareda-dnch to
win the supporting actor-award
plus sentimental praise for his
first dramatic role, in a "Play
house 90" drama. "Requiem for
a Heavyweight.1 Palance also
was rated a sure-winner for his
part as a pathetic, punch-drunk
fighter headed for oblivion in the
The 2,400 voters from the Acad
eray of Television Arts and Sci
ences also may make tonight
"Requiem for a Heavyweight"
evening by awarding it the Emmy
as ue oast program oi uu.
The show's top rivals include
"A Night to Remember" and
"TBe secret Life of Danny Kaye."
Little Miss Rudie. tha lovable
brat of "Elolse." another "Play-
nouse w snow, waa a top eon-
tenaerxor ue oesi single perform
ance by an actress award. But
many predictors thought Gracie
Fields m i g h t win for "The Old
Lady Shows Her Medals."
Allen Over Cmo
Most industry insiders picked
Steve Allen to walk home with the
"best male personality" honor,
although Perry Como appeared a
close rival. Arlene Francis ap appeared
peared appeared likely to win the "best fe female
male female personality" award.
Others rated probable victors
Include Douglas Edwards, best
news commentator, "Caesar's
Hour." best hour series; "Phil
Silvers Show," best half-hour se series;
ries; series; "Playhouse 90," best new
program- "Wide, Wide World,"
best public service series; Ann B.
Davis, best supporting actress;
Robert Young, best dramatic ae
ries aetor: Jane Wvman hoot
dramatic series actress.
Instead of showing a procession
of trophies, the new show will
feature entertainment by Phil Sil
vers, j&rnie Kovacs, Jimmy Du Durante,
rante, Durante, Peggy Lee, Nat Cole and
jentr award to various winners.
A girl doesn't thank a boy for
a dance. He thanks her. But
when he does, she should smile
and say that she enjoyed It. She
does this even if he danced very
badly, some girls have so much
charm they can make ; a poor
dancer feel like Fred Astaire.
: And that la the kind of food
manners that makes the world
a happier place.
SI. Peter's Women
Plan Rainbow Party
For Easier Monday
Plans are being made, by the
Woman's Auxiliary of St., Peter's
church, La Boca, to promote an
Easter Rainbow Party in the par parish
ish parish hall. Taking place on Easter
Monday night, the party will be
something novel in the line of en
Admission tickets, which are
presently on sale, will entitle those
attending to refreshments at tables
matching the rainbow colors of
their tickets. Hostesses at each
table will be similarly dressed.
A program of music will high
light the party, with individual
choristers participating and mem members
bers members of the auxiliary presenting a
set of square dances.
Lenten devotions- are conducted
at St: Peter's church weekly, Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday, begining at
7 p.m., with Stations of the Cross
on the last night.
Services for tomorrow, the sec sec-day
day sec-day in Lent, will be held at the u u-sual
sual u-sual periods.
At St. Joseph's
The Alumni Asssciation of St.
Joseph's Church will present an
Easter cantata at 3 p.m. April 21,
featuring the church's Junior
Admission to the cantata, which
will be held in the patio of the
Father Burns memorial center,
will be S3 rents for adults, 15 cents
for chilren. Tickets may be ob obtained
tained obtained from members of the
choir. Children will pay t the
The Jjunior choir is- directed Jay Jay-Albert
Albert Jay-Albert Grffith.
PITTSBURGH (PA-O The
opening of a branch ware warehouse
house warehouse and sales of fide in San
Juan. Puerto Rico, has 'been
announced by H. J. Heinz Com
party; U. B. A. .-. ,-
J. L. Atkinson, head of Heina
sales In Latin America, is man manager
ager manager of the Puerto Rico branch.
Mr. Atkinson has been employ employed
ed employed by the House of Heins since
1934, when he became a Heinz
salesman in London.
The announcement has made
by Geoffrey E. Sedle, general
sales manager the Heinz Com Company's
pany's Company's U. S. A. Export Division.
The new warehouse will
handle the complete line of U.S.
mainland Heinz products, plus
several kinds of pickles pro
duced to please Puerto Ricaa
The San Juan warehouse
gives Heinz 6,000 square feet
of floor area and office accom accommodations
modations accommodations -for the staff oX
fifteen Puerto Rlcans,
Mr. Siedle said: i
"The rapid development oi
Puerto Rico's economy, support supported
ed supported "by new Industry, gives the
two arid one-quarter million
people there a standard; of liv living
ing living second only to that, of Ve
nezuela among Latin American
countries. -.5 ' .'fl''tv:1
Our sales volume In Puerto
Rico is today twice that Of five
yeara- ago, and so we be the
I a ever Y.L'uefeMi.
Ohrist came to give eternal life
to the least, the last, and ike lost
Attend Church this Sunday with the who!
family at the
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA HEIGHTS. C. Z.
9:30 BIBLE SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
10:40 THE ORIGINAL CINDERELLA STORY" v
.6:30 BAPTST TRAINING UNION f
7:30 "Do ALL INFANTS GO TO HEAVEN
WHEN THEY DIE?"
Answering these questions:
1. Do infanta have te be baptised to go to heaven?
2. Do infants in heaven remain infants for
all eternity? . ..
3. What kind of bodies de Infants have In the
RADIO OUTLET HOXO 760 Kea.4 ;
William H. Beeby, .Pastor
IflAia Deposed Cuban Pres President
ident President Carlos Piioa Socarras an announcing
nouncing announcing that his followers, who
appeared Thursday to have failed
in an attempt te pott President
Pulgenrio Batista, will try "again
"Batista is going te faB. I am
ready to retun te Cuba and fight
Dance Classes Will
Begin Tuesday Mghl
Al Balboa WB-UJO
The many local residents of Pa
nama ana- ue canal Zone, who
participated in the classes of Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian dances at the Jewish
Welfare Board in recent months,
requested that such lstruction In
Panamanian dances be continued
after Carnaval and that other in.
teresting dances from all over the
world be added, in order to inter interest
est interest local residents from all cor corners
ners corners of the world.
Starting Tuesday night, at 7:30,
such practice sessions win be re resumed
sumed resumed for adults only, it Is re requested
quested requested thst children under 16 not
attend aa the facilities are not
large enough to accommodate
them. These classes are for adults
only and diplomatic groups and
military or cmliaa grolp mem
bers who have requested these ar-
rangementa are particularly invit invited
ed invited te attend. The instructors will
be drawn from local mome who
know the various dances, y
Aside from Panamanian dances
It is Manned to review tha atan.
dard basic ballroom dances of Eu
rope and America, including the
two-step, waltzes, polka, rumba,
etc. Various Latin American and
European group folk dances will
be taught, as well as some Amer American
ican American round dances and s q n a r e
In couples Is desira
ble but individuals will be paired
as possible and are welcomed.
Continuance of these dance in instruction
struction instruction sessions will depend p p-on
on p-on the demands for sock as evi evidenced
denced evidenced by the attendance.
whenever my people csO."
COPENHAGEN. Denmark Ac
tress Anita Ekberg denying she
plans to divorce British Actor An
thony Steele when met by her
mother en her arrival from Bra-
"Let soe tell yea" and let ma
do it in Swedish so that mama
understands hst h is not true
that Tony and I plan a divorce.'
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By TIM MORIARTY
V- NEW YORK, March 16 (UP) NoVth Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, Kansas, Kentucky and California are. expected
to walk off with regional title? in the N.C.A.A.tas N.C.A.A.tas-!
! N.C.A.A.tas-! ketbafl tournament tonight and thus qualify for the
5 semifinals at Kansas City next weekend
in th widelv-scattered quarter-
final Dairines. North Carolina
' nlnvs Svrcuse at Philadelphia,
Knss runs into upstart Oklaho
ma City at Dallas, Kentucky
meets Michigan State at Lexing
ton Kv.. and California faces de
, fending champion San Francisco at
, r North CarolinJ continued its
march towards a possible show-
. down match with Kansas in the
final by downing Canisius, 90-74,
' last night behind a brilliant 39 39-point
point 39-point performance by All Ameri American
can American Lennie Rosenbluth. It was the
unbeaten Tar Heels' 29th' straight
victory of the season tying an
..all-time college record
Kansas, however, was extended
jfiito overtime before pulling out a
73-5 victory over Southern Me-'
thodist. All-American Wilt Cham-
i berlain once again emerged as the
Jayhawks" big gun by. totaling b
points almost half of his team's
' Kentucky also met surprisingly
' strone. eompetitioa in scrambling
to a ?P8-S2 victory over Pittsburgh,
, whilrf California reached the quarter-finals
by routing B r i g h a m
In jother second round games,
GaryjCiark's 34 points carried Sy Syracuse
racuse Syracuse to a 75-71 triumph over
Lafayette; Michigan State upset
Notre Dame, 85-3, on two late
field oals by Jack (Juiggle;' Okla.
homjt City's "iron mn" shocked
St. Uuis, 75-66, and San Francisco
opened its bid for Us third straight
N.C.A.A. title by whipping Idaho
1st ate. 66-51-.
North Carolina, in equalling San
Francisco's college record of 29
straight victories in one season,
concentrated on feeding the ball to
Rosenbluth, who obliged by con
vertini 15 field goals, and nine
free throws. Canisius tied the score
four times in the first half before
Rosenbluth found the range and
pulled the Tar Heels into a 39-25
Following the game, North Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina coach Frank McGuire admit admitted
ted admitted he was worried In the first half,
but the Tar Heels started to click
after he instructed them "to'slow
down, play more deliberately and
feed the ball to Kosenbluth."
Chamberlain wasn't the only
hero in Kansas' close call against
S.M.U. The Jayhawks were trail-
ina 59-57 in the final jnuiute of re
gulation time when a jump shot
bv Gene Eistun sent the game into
overtime. Kansas then opened a
quick six-point lead in the extra
session to sinK the Mustangs, Jim
Krebs, S.M.U.'s great -centerseor
ed 18 points Deiorc touting, om. wiui
5:08 left to play
lit fashioning, its upset victory
over St. Louis, Oklahoma- City -displayed
two equally-talented scorers
who might give the Jayhawks plen plenty
ty plenty of trouble. Hubert Reed totalled
25 points and Lyndon., Lee had 24
for the Chiefs.
1 'NEW YORK, March 18 (UP)
; -'-Featherweight Ike Chestnut,
' who substituted for ailing
-Panamanian Isidro Martinez,
alast night won a unanimous
decisi on over Gil Cadilli In a
-ten-rounder at Madison
' Chestnut, who weighed 129 129-J
J 129-J pounds, as did his rival,
fought after only one week of
training. The win places the
Sew Yorker among the best
6-pounders of the world.
. Martinez easily defeated
I Ctrestnut earlier this year.
Lineups Only Thing
Uft To Settle For
Stanley Cup Series
The only thing left to settle in
the 1956-57 National Hockey
League race is the lineup for the
Stanley Cup playoffs.
The fourth and last, playoff
berth was decided Thursday night
when the New York Rangers
"back in" by Montreal's 8-4 vic victory
tory victory over the fifth-plac Toronto
The loss left (he Leafs ID points
in back of the Rngeri with five
games left to play.
There still is a battle on for
first, seconn and third place in
the final standings, since they will
deiermne the lineup for- the open
ing round of the playoffs, in which
the first and third place teams
meet, while the second and fourth
plaie teams play.
The league-leading Detroit Red
Wings, in quest of their eighth
NHL regular-season championship
in the last nine seasons, hung on
to beat te last-place Chicago
Black Hawks, 3-2, in Thursday's
other game. The win maintained
Detroit's five-poin lead over sec
ond-place Montreal. The Boston
Bruins are in third place, two
points behind the Canadiens.
Panama featherweight' cham
pion Isldro Martinez will right
Davey Moore, in a U.S.-wlde tel-
evised ten-rounder Aprils 10 at
Florida's Biscayne Arenait has
Deen announced, : ; x,
The bout wflllw thei flt
lor JTianinez wnce ne suiierca
an attack of intestinal flu
over x week agr and. had to
back out of his scheduled
match with Gil Cadilli at Mad Madison
ison Madison Square Garden last night.
Ike Chestnut, who Martinez
easily defeated earlier thia year,
substitued for. the Panamanian
and scored a unanimous verdict
The flashy Isidro holds a de
clsion win over Moore who
fought him in colon two years.
ago. ;rne stocky springneid,, o.,
boxer beat the late former
feather champ pedro Tesls two
weeks later to redeem himself.
He had complained of being
bothered' by the climate after
losing to Isidro.
Meanwhile, th. colon Boxlns:
Commission, in a resolution
made public today, extended
the time in which Martinez must
defend hia title until July 31,
upon request of Manuel Alfaro,
lsiaro's jsew yorjc manager.
Isidro won the champion champion-ship
ship champion-ship in an 11th round kayo
over Rodolfo Francis In June
1956. Commission regulations
stipulate that a champion
must defend his crown at least
once every six months, but
boxing authorities have the
right to make exceptions in
Copies of the resolution, slim
ed by Daniel Delgado Duarte,
president of the commission.
have been mailed to the Nation National
al National Boxlne Association of Amer
ica, the Panama Boxlmr Com
mission and to Aifaro.
YOU'RE OCT-i. At Amador's McCardell Field Wednesday1 afternoon Trooper Jack Kaps tails'
to score on a ground ball hit to Army Atlantic first baseman, John Keros., Keros fielded the
ball and threw to catcher Alex Hunter for the putout. Amador won the contest 5-4.
i, - '- ' (U.S. Army Photo)
Clayton-Amador Clash In Top
Game Of Weekend Tomorrow
Second Half Standings
Won Lost Pet.
lou Glud Agency 4
C.N. Pan Llquido 3
Hy.&Hq. 20th Inf. 1
Tasco Batteries ... 0
Blatz Brewers 0
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Monday, March 18: Lou Glud
Agency vs Cerveceria Nacional,
Tuesday, March 19: Hq. and
Hq. 20th Infantry vs Blatz
Wednesday, March 20: C. N.
Pan Llquido vs Tasco aBtteries
Monday's game became the
important one in this second
half race for Lou Glud Agency
and Cerveceria Nacional, when
the Pan Liquido boys gave Hq.
and Hq. 20th Infantry their sec second
ond second defeat for th eweek, 7 to 2.
Ernie Camplse .wetn the dis distance
tance distance for the beermen on limit limiting
ing limiting the "Lifeliners" to five hits
the hardest being a triple in the
first inning by Neal. This win
makes campise's pitching record
perfect with two triumphs and
The up and coming slow curve
ball artist of Kobbe, Murphy
ODescant, was the loser In seven
innings tossing a good seven hit
After receiving the game sav saving
ing saving break in the fourth inning,
Pan Liquido broke the three-inning
tie game with the "Lifelin "Lifeliners"
ers" "Lifeliners" at the expense of three
singles credited to Lawyer, Pa Pa-dron
dron Pa-dron and Ostera while the in
fantrymen contributed with two
In the sixth, Hq! and Hq. 20th
Infantry with two outs, placed
runners on but only one scored
on Campise wild pitch before
the catch of the game was
made ln deep centerfield by
Larry cnance off the bat of
For Cerveceria Nacional, the
leading hitters were Padron
and campise with two in three
while Wllams had a Vuble
and a single also in three at
The box score:
Hq&Hq. 20th Inf. Ab R
At Jarman Field tomorrow eve evening,
ning, evening, Mar, 16, the Fort Clayton
Cavalier will play host to the
league leading' Fort Amador Troop Troopers
ers Troopers in what is expected to be the
weekend's top game. The Troopers
will not only be trying to stretch
their lead to two and a half games
over the Cavaliers but will be try
ing to increase their unbeaten skein
Both managers are expected to
start their ace hurlers in the arc arc-Jight
Jight arc-Jight encounter. Player manager
Mike Rivera of the Troopers has
announced that his top hurler,
Jack Kaps (9-2), will toe-the rub rubber
ber rubber for the pennant hungry Troop Troopers.
ers. Troopers. On' the other side of the dia
mond, manager Jim-Dunbar hasn't
made any announcement as to.
which one of his hurlers will start
the game but in all probability it
will be his ace southpaw hurler,
Bill Carv (9-4).
' At Fort Davis Saturday after
noon, Mar. 16, the AiDrooic flyers
are scheduled to play the cellar
dwelling Army Atlantic Bushmas
ters. Either Stan Hill or Carl Smith
will face the AA nine. Manager Ru
dv York is expected to counter
with either Tom Walker or John
On Sunday afternoon, Mar. 17,
the battling Fort Kobbe Regulars
will try to knock off the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Cavaliers for the second
straight time. Frank Jonas of the
Regulars is expected to lock pitch pitches
es pitches with strongarmed right- hander
At Stadium Monday evening Mar.
18, Amador's Bob Stephenson will
face the Albrook Flyers. For the
Flyers it will be either Dick Green Greenfield
field Greenfield or Bob Hanson.
On Wednesday, Mar. 20, the AA
and Amador nines will play host to
the Cavaliers and Regulars re
SECOND HALF STANDINGS
Conejos .; ., 3
Ocelots .. ., .. 3
Palomas .. .. .. 2
Pumas ,, 2
Macaws ...... 1
Pericoa .. 0
Cat Fight! Ocelots Wrn
The Ocelots turned on the
heat to -defeat the Pumas 11-2
Friday ;at the fastlicfrBa&Park
wiui Vaughn on the mound,.
tough character in the clutches,
leaving nine Pumas on a limb.
Vaughn was handed four in
surance runs in the second in
ning when J. Morris, ocelot
catcher, tagged one for a erand
slam home run over the center
field fence to up the score 7-0.
The Ocelots went out f ront-10-0
in the fifth on singles bv
Vaughn; a walk to Anderson
and singles by R. Morris and
Price. They added one more in
the sixth on a walk and a sin single
gle single by Reynolds.
Schwarzrock started on the
mound for the Pumas and was
charged with the loss after cry
ing up seven runs on only one
hit, he was relieved bv Pearl
wno finished the game allowing
iour runs on four nits.
Klamco cf 3
Hatting 3 b 0
Barley .ss, 3b, cf ...... 3
Pearl c, p 4
Schwarzrock p, ss 3
Bateman rf 4
The Coco solito Cubs defeated
the Pirates 13 to 1 to take sole
Dosseslon of second' place in the
second half standings. The game
played. on Monday afternoon
gave cubs pitcher Luther Quinn
his seventh win of the season.
Rajr scheidegg started for the
Pirates and lasted 1 1-3 Inning.
in that time the Cubs' piled up
fivfr runs. Corky Cortez came on
in relief knd lasted till two were
out in the fifth. By. this time the
Cubs had scored four more runs.
Will- WW was the final pirate
pitcher with the Cubs,,: pluging
away forthrer more, runs. All
the runs scored were earned and
the result of hardest team flit flitting
ting flitting of the yearv-.:5 v-: s .- "'
Batting star, of the ,gam was
Cub's catcher iwebber who had
four hits in four trips topped off
with a,' triple. Right behind him
was Luther Quinn (with four; for
four one of which was a double.
VIllamnrKO nOled two dOU-
bles driving m uiree ruuo, w""
in the field he turned in the
outstanding catch of the game
when he snared Hilty',8 foul fly
in the sixth..;;.-
lng the Pals to two more runs.
Kenny Karpinskl went the
route fo rthe Police and breezed
through for his third will of the
season., Only r Kenny Boecoe'a
single spoiled Karpinskl 's no hit
The box- score:
Cooper, rf 4
Carpenter, vc W. . .
Smith, If ,::..v
Crump, 2b i;.
Ab R H
Coca Col aBottler
Wilder, lb, p 4 0 0
The box scorer
Coco Solito !ubs
Heffner. rf VC
McNamee, ss; .
Quinn, p J'.k...
Villamarzo, 3b ....
Henriquez, 2b ...
Scott, A. lb
Marquard 3b, 2b
Morris, J. c ........
Anderson, lf, lb ....
Dombrowski lf 0
Morris, R. 3b 2
Price rf 3
Kandrin. lb 2
0 Motta, lf
0 Cross, lf
Ab R H
4 1 0
Peterson, ss . ,
DOCKery. 2b ......
Crouch, rf .
Hutchinson, Jf ....
Burns. 2b .........
21, 0 1 0
28 13 12 1
Cortez, rf, p
Christoph, L. J. lb
Scheidegg. p, lf ...
Iwill, If, rf, p
Score By Jnnin
Pohe, 240 U 1
Coca Cpla 606 000 0
21 1 2 2
Score Bv Innings'
Cubs J BO. 013 13.12.
Pirates .. 100.000 1..2-
SUMMARY Home runs: J.
Morris. Two base hits: Boyett.
Walked off: Vaughn. 4, Schwarz Schwarzrock
rock Schwarzrock 4, Pearl 6. Strike outs by:
Vaughn 7, SchwRrzror.k 2. pearl
3. Double nlay: Engelke to An Anderson.
derson. Anderson. Left on base: Pumas 9,
Ocelots 4. Umrjires: W. Williams
and MH'er. Time of game: 1:40.
The Police Pals shut out he
Coca Cola Bottlers ft to 0 behind
t.hA one hit pitching of Kenny
Karpinskl in a Tame played on
The police salted the frame a a-way
way a-way in th first two Innings as
thev nut four hits together to
register six runs off the offer offerings
ings offerings of Ralnh. Bender, the nola
starting pitcher. Dave Wilder
im on in the third and fin finished
ished finished up the contest while hold-
Rosa, c ....
Neal. 2b .
Mint, cf t
Brady, lb 0
Steward, x ...7.
Chance, cf ............
Lawyer, rf ,...
26 2 5
4 0 1
3 0 0
4 0 1
3 0 0
2 2 1
Padron, 2b 3 2 2
Campise, p 3 1 2
Kosik. 3b 2 1 0
Bongiorni, c 0 1 0
24 7 7
Umpires: Marv Metheny and
Al Husted. Scorer: Henry Clark.
The Pumas scored one in the
sixth on a wild pitch, an error
and a single by Roe and one
more in the seventh on a walk,
a passed ball and Schwarzrock's
Schwarzrock led the .hitting
for the Pumas with two for
three. J. Morris was the leading
hitter for the Ocelots with one
The Pericos' are looking for
their first win of the second;
half, Monday afternoon, when 1
they tangle with the first halfi
champs, the Palomas. j
Baseball fans are invited to!
watch the teeners hustle it up1
any af ternon of the week, ex-1
cept Saturday or Sunday. They
play a regularly scheduled game
every weekday afternoon at
four-thirty at the Fastlich Base-'
ball park. Admission is free. 1
The box score: -Pumas
Ab R II
BIG TEN HITTERS
(47 or more at bats)
Malene, LGA 95 26
McArthur, LGA ... 53 22
Wesolek, Hq&Hfl ..57 21
Husted, LGA 63 23
Grates, Hq&Hq ... 61 21
0 Carlin. CNPL 57 19
lJoneau, Hq&Hq .. 63 "21
2; Jones LGA ...... 57 18
1 Padron, CNPL 57 18
0 Pescod, CNPL ..... 53 18
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BALTIMORE (UP) The Balti-
more Colts and Washington Red Red-i
i Red-i skins- will play a pre season ex
hibition fooibsil game at Memori Memorial
al Memorial Stadium on Sept. 8. The Colts
beat the Skins three times in four
i.j.' previous exhibitions and the other
jpj game wound up is a tie.
MILWAUKEE (UP) The Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves, the major league
attendance leaders the past two
seasons, have announced the sale
of 1,040,000 tickets for the 1957 Na National
tional National League season. Last year
the team, sold 2,046,231 tickets,
passing the two-million mark for
the third time in four years. :
. Chapters 6-9
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12:45, 2:17, 4:32. 6:47, 9:00
SAN FRANCISCO (UP) The
Shrine East-West football game,
played hcere on Dec. 29. 1956,
netted $251,008.28 for the Sag
Francisco Shrraers' Hospital for
Crippled Children, making it the
first time in the 32 year history
of the came the take has topped a
, I Quarter at a million dollars. i
Mutual of Omaha continued
their winning streak by banging
out a 15 to 1 wi nover the Coco
Solo Braves in their Wednesday
The game was almost a one
man show as Mike Purza turn turned
ed turned in his finest work both on
ik bit his scond home run
if the yer to lean th" learue
'n that deoaHment.. He harf
thre hits in three times at ht
and drove irr three run. On the
mound he turned 'rt the vear's
"rst no hitter although the
graves scored an unearned run
in the first to spoil the perfeet
Rusty Field had a rood day t
the ulate with four hits to bring
his bttln- average wb to cool
400, Doubles- wew hft W Bursa.
Reggie1 Lum-. Bnd Walnio and
nair bv Rustv Field. In the field
Bob Ollnhanfc turned ln anin-
tacuiar catch when? he toofeA
Gordon Rlr5 line drive ln the
The box score:
Cocft Solo Braves Ah
s eabolt. TV rf n
levins, rf 1
0"7oumet, cf ...... 2
Wotb. c j
"llInton, lb ......
?lce. as : 1
Mnptez. B cf ...... l
oimnant. 2 1
onfez. R. 9b j
WaKaon' r' p ... 7.
eharlch. if, ss .' ?
r'pr.' cf n
runr:an, r j
Keaton, 3b 0
17 1 0 2
Mutual of Omaha
Lum, Reg. as 4
Field, c ...!?4
Bath, lb .....4
Burza, p ......' 3
Wainio', 3b 3
Hauser, 2b 2
seeiey, if, 2b 0
Rlef. cf 4
Brians, rf 2
Sanders, rf 1
Hlghley, lf ......... 3
Lum, Rol If 1
30 IS 14 3
Score By Innings
Braves 100 000 1 0 2
Mutual 20(12) lta 15 14 -2
ST. PETERSBURG. Fla. fUP)
Manager Casey Stengel's plan
to test -Bin Skowron as the New
York Yankees' third baseman
may have to be scrapced as a re
sult of the husky slugger's frac fractured
tured fractured right thumb.
I Dr Sydney Gaynor. Yanks
physician, ordered Skowron
thumb placed in a cast Thursday
j and estimated that ht would be
sidelined a month. Skowron .wai
: hit by a pitch thrown by Jack
Sanford of the Philadelphia Phil
lies in an exhibition fame
Wednesday. - ...
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; TAMPA A LOCAL BOY MAKES GOOD The Bay Town
had a welcome visitor yesterday. Old sol. "Long time, no see,
Quipped Seftor Alfredo Lopez, who, along with the native bean
oup and hana-tauored naanas, is an enuneni locai insumuun,
Th eflor wasn't kidding. The weather hasn't bom fit for man,
beast, or even a iperegrinatingr sports columnist Lopea is the
taw.mos-Utotriw-trlbth)nsto''baebaU and the people
think i nvuchvof him thev built a comely, modern park out
neE the airport nd named it after him. This year the sefipr
U.mnnaging ..th Chicago White Sox and yesterday at Al Lopez
rieia tney Deav me t-incmnau.jKcas.
WON'T LOSE LICENSE There should be news of young
Baul any hour, too. That would be Saul Silberman, president of
TwvniP&f Unpfe whns linnrthodox and flamboyant betting oper
ations moved the state racing commission to consider lifting hij
license. word reacnes us via ine sano ana sun uuuct;f'w
that Silberman will beat the rap on a 3-2 commission split. Our
informant says: "He'll probably be reprimanded for negligence
Mvfean renuciteri to droD certain employes but that a
about all. Without Gerson, the commission didn't seem to have
much of a case anyWay. ." Gerson. first name Phil, to. con con-victtd
victtd con-victtd Cleveland bookie to whom scores of calls, over Silberman s
private phone were traced. The commission, have no power to
subpoena, were unable to question the gent at the public hear
viTinvs n. l PRO Ten years ago this week Dr. Cary
Middlecoff, 26, wondered if there might not be more money in
fr. i-T. Vu.J XB.tivfrw Th tall, slender Memphian was
itf""u""" HTn'r, fuk Looklne back,-he -would ure.
1 tTigreV Tthe made and xewaniiAf
year, he has been a top money winner and jvhen be took the
National Open last year for the second time, he placed the
... i h cuKie. Thafirst. time he won, Ben
?t n t fipirt- thu time he was, Tbe tmth to the
doctor Is now generally conceded to be Uw m i Srojt the tuu
tion. Tomorrow ne piays in a tiea uroas cmuuiuuu v
here with Bob Hope, Jimmy Demaret and Jackie Burke. ;
; .i .'
DO IT EVERT TIME Asked to single out the best of the
newcomers, Middlecoff hedged. "Anyone or five or ; six might
eventually take over. Doug Sanders. Mikff jouchak, ene Lit Lit-tier,
tier, Lit-tier, Don January. Ken Venturi.' Dow ; Finsterwaid theyaU are
excellent young players." Uttler. -a big winner in '55 .and 56.
"having a tough time getting started this year.-. His total haul
for"? tournament, to date barely exceed.. $700. Several year,
ago Bob Jones told us Littler was the finest prospect "the .ama .amateur,
teur, .amateur, had produced In a generation. The scuttlebut la i the young
man has been tampering with .his game, and, in the, process,
developed ft hitch in his awing. Tew young golfers we able to
resist the temptation to take their game apart to- ee what
maks It tick. For further particulars, Mfadly get in touch with
Gene Sarazen. . '' 'i'
' Bullfight laa whe hate the tight:
ot blood are expected la .'have
gy timo tomorrow aftermefi at'
Maca.rono,; where four: (Mire-brad
bulls will bo teatvcV horonfjued
and idostofod, but not killed by
thro export matador.- 1 f
i V '
s Spanish bullfightori Manol Or
toga -an Juanlto Paet will bo
the performer," alons with the
Panamanian; Black Diamond, a
Panama yoifth who" Ii showing
groat skill 'as a' .matador ;
In iddlttorf to tho matidor, the
Rock and Roll Kids, throe fear fear-om
om fear-om bullfight, comedians will b
featured in -a soms of eomic
, bullfights. : t W.;,j,r; j;
One bull will alio bo released
for all amateur toreadors who.
care to enter the ring.
The program is scheduled to
start at 4 p.m. Admission prices
are $1 for the shady aide of the
arena and SO conta for the son son-ny
ny son-ny side.
WORftVi' ar OraAny Hani 'WORK: FV WUlarel .Schmidt,: PROBLEM: rr Casey Stem- EAGER) far Tony Kubok, it's
Hf'Jl. 011,7 eh?"e ,JTin Jb af-. pitching to; n Urk. gel, it's the time when he tries the Jime when every move
- the Mr teenies ia to make the -Ho bkn dawn t Imum amu a wi.. n iht k. v..i,.m..
C 'iManll from KhnriirtaH ttt Bititkall J : ; '"T.l.r." V-Ti'CVjIli 1 i. j . TT"TI':
7-t ; ,. w..ow wmawm r nvn-. surplus iintn 'ie xu w a Rio in ms snoes wania to
for the rhIIUesY, He has prb-i J bar, that- a ean be' a bir placed. Either that, ar how to step n frem the minors to the
lems and-they're Wr ones. winner. He needs it. anend World Series cash. awesome Yankees.
LARK: For Mickey Mantle, a
new ; season is a chance for
new 'records. The big Yankee,
he waits lor the season to start,
and the-money to roll In.
Especially if he hits 60.
As Powells Reg
8-0 Two-H iiter
PACIFIC SIDE ARMED FORCES
Curundu'a crack baseball
team, winners f of the Pacific
Side Armed Forces little League
First Half Baseball title chalked
off their fifth and sixth consec
utive victories of the second half
downing Caribbean Command
Monday evening 7-0 and turn
ins back the Fort KObDe nine
Thursday evening 6-0.
Curundu is undefeated in sec
ond half play after winning nine
and losing one durig th first
In other game. Monday eve
nlng. West Bank downed Fort
Kobbe 9-3 and Albrook beat Ft
-The standings of the team, as
RYRD IN THE BUSH We are reminded of .till another
Tin, u or jnaph, Pvrrf cams from the Philadelphia A s ... ..- ;
where In hta first seawn he was lWyyttfc
r nnM vtn that tn an v with a bad club he figured to win
twice as many with a championship club. But Instead he on
fewer, nine to b exact: the Yankees finished second, then
traded him to Baltimore after the season, "See-what I mean?
said Mr. Cuceinello, who may or may not have been I'tJ1.
naat the graveyard. In case you've been wondering what this
tVall about, the Yankee, recently acquired, Art Ditmaf, wlnntag wlnntag-est
est wlnntag-est pitcher of the ceUar champs of "56, Kansas City. .. -Jy
' SPURN GIANTS' BID The perfect game platter. porcf porcf-Ikln
Ikln porcf-Ikln record of Don Larsen'. World Serie. ejic (he vwork f Lib-tie-Jones
Co, NYC) Is now Hall of Fame exhibit. John Hertt
Jft has added Errol Flynn to the-crew of the ketch, Tlcon
deroga. entered in the St. petersburg-Havana race, et for Sun Sun-'
' Sun-' flat next. And Bonnie-Heath, co-owner of Needels. will have
trtr.in th Bi-foot sIood: Good Hope. The Giant, made a
pass forjthe Reds' Smoky Burgess the other day-and got thto
onT line reply: "tnavailable." Baltimore', rookie outfielder.
Bill Lajoie, .tarring with the wood In exhibition game., to no
kin to the 'matchless Larry, who ended hi. big league career
vtfch lu ever-all averaee in 1811. Tne rooxie waj a u
, belter In college baseball, ; : t
West Bank made' It Tive wins
against one lone defeat in sec second
ond second half play Thursday evening
downing Fort Clayton 12-3, and
Albrook beat canooean com
mand 10-5. v
Curundu's two Butches', Rel
chart and Zent, turned in mas
terful pitching performances
this week .to Keep tne curunau
nine on top in the second nan.
On Mondav evening Butch
Reichart raised hto pitching rec record
ord record to six wins against only one
defeat for the year as he chuck
ed the first three inning, against
Caribbean command, coach To
ny Plata removed Reichart after
Curundu had jumped on. to a
rommandine- lead to give an
other one of his pitcher., Ken
Underwood, a chance to pitch
and he went the last, three in innings
nings innings giving tip no runs.
Cocahc' piaif : named his ace
hurler Butch Zent to Juirl l for
Curundu Thursday evening- a-
galnst Fort Koope and tne
young star went an the way
limiting the Kobbe- nine to two
hits. His record to now nine win.
and n losses. ... :
Also orr' Monday evening C-
ond filae West Bank with Pet
erson on the mound limited the
cellar dwelling Fort Kobbe team
to five hits in pitching cu team
to a -3 -victory.
On Thursday evening with'
tTamilton on the monnd west
Bank kept pace wtih the league
leading curunau team wun a
12-s victory over ron uiayion
Hamilton limited the loser, to
2nd Half1 Standings
Won, Lost Pet.
Powell. S i 2; ; .714
USS Jasper 4 3 .671
C. H. S. ;i.iW;.2 3 .400
CHS Alumni .... 1 4 .200
Powells 8, USS Jasper 0
Tomorrow's Game, 2:36 p.m.
' CHS-Alutoni VS CH.S.
By TREVOR SIMONS
.Behind sterling two-hit Ditch
ing of Noel Gibson, Powells re regained
gained regained their winning ways and
swept to the lead In the second
half .race of the Atlantic Twi-
Jight League with an 8 to Q win
over USS jasper, rne iaiier.au
led since the beginning of the
second half, but Thursday fell
victim, to a powerful pitching
performance by the league',
victory was piDson-a
Thii-, victory wa.
ninth of the season aaainst
pai-f09ee antV was Sua ec-jButler andgave hiav- the'.-hlgh4-
West Bank ....
Ft Clayton .
Ft. Kobbe .,.
L Pet GB
r J3i i
J .500 3
4 -333 4;
1 .167 S
Arizin Cops Second
NBA Scoring Crown,
NfcW YORK (UP Waul Arudfl
of the Philadelphia Warrior, te-
day had his second National Bas Basketball
ketball Basketball Association sewing cham
ond shut-out. He now shares the
honor with Patterson, of jasper
of havinr nltched two ahut-outs
each, the only wmtewasmng iods
of the season, in aaamon oio-
son struck out an even down
batters and walked only four,
Dave Mann of Jasper was charg
ed with his fifth loss of .the sea
son a. he surrendered nine
Powells hit while striking out
Louis' Dedeaux paced tne Pow
ells hitting with 2 hits in 5
tries, but dropped 4 point, off
of his league-leading average
which now stands at .436. Bucky
Hall, also ef Powels. had 2 for
5 for his night', work. Dedeaux'
two contenders for the battin
crown are Sanders of Jasper and
teammate Noel Gibson. Sander.
went 0 for 2 and dipped to .405.
Gibson had 1 for 3 to boost ni.
average to an even -400
The Powell shortstop. Dedeaux,
also added another pair of trip
le, to his amazing total and
now easily leads the league with
ten tnree-baggers, one oi tne
hardest hits in baseball.
Leslie Rinehart. who has been
doing only limited duty since
returning from the sidelines
with an injured leg, bit for the
circuit far into left field with
runner on board In the fifth
Rinehart had been the top
hitter in the league prior to his
injury, and still boasts a healthy
.500 average without the requir required
ed required number nf itmes at bat to
make him eligible.
' Tenth Week
After being in first place all
alone for the past three .weeks
the Navy now has a co-holder
since they lost three points to
seventh place Wright Bros.
Rolling over their average was
not enough to win the first two
games, Hicks led the plumbers
with a 579 followed closely by St.
John with a 670. Hoppe.led the
Navy with a 664. ',
Powells, taking a split wun
Butler, enabled them to moye
into a first place tie. Dougan's
563 series led the Powell Five
and enabled him to take-High
Clasa B while StrooDv.. 632 led
Class C aeries this week.
Unable to keen uo with tne
fast moving Aces, tn Casa Yoh-
ros five losv three -points to en enable
able enable the Aces to co-hold second,
place with Yohros. stlison and
Pietrowski led the Aces with a
587 and 675. respectively. Hogfen
led the Yohros .wlttr a 520, tne
onlv man over 500 On thto team.
i Stewart's. 628 series was omy
?ood enough to take one point
rom Agenda Kam as the Po
lice held their position in fifth
place. Johnson' led tne insur
ance men with a 5f,7 series. Ste Stewarts'
warts' Stewarts' 628 series by the way took
Class A this week.
849 849 831 2529
St. John 1
J",' i"'' j--
I r f "i V
Naval Station 24
Powells ., 24
Casa Yohros 21
Police Assn 20
Agenda Kam ...... 19 Va
wngnt Bros. is
Alamnl And CHA Meet
Arizin. who first eopped (be
points crown in 1952, wen this sea-
Lsoa s ny a margin ec cz point.
over aeieoainjl cnampiaa sou ref
ill ef the St. Louis tisvM. recot
tf th aM4ti no vntil tkm laat'
three weeks when be was suffer-! Lung rt
isg from a fractured wrist.
Tomorrow afternoon Cristobal
High School and the Alumni
nine will meet at 2:30 o.m. each
with the aim of remaining In
the fight for the second half.
With only aix mor scheduled
dates to play Alumni's chance.
are remote, but Cristobal men
School still firures In the battle
and could, with the right breaks,
become .eon tenders for the
Bin Gibson will nrobabry
draw the starting assignment
and will, mor than likely, have
to face Raul Swahn. Swalm
made hto debut last week wa'nrt
Powells, and the league leaders
had to co one extra lnnlne be before
fore before notching a rloae 4 to 3 Tie-
tore over th cellar team.
Th box score:
Pewtlto . Ah X H Po .A
ffwearuifea e 2 3 ft n i
Han lb $0250
Dedeaux as ...... S 1 2 0 2
Hooper ef ....... 0 t 11
Gibson. ir. p .... til l l
mghley 3h 3 1 1 1
Manning 3b ..... 4 110 1
Kapp If 4 010
Rinehart rf 111ft
.....i.. 1-9 t 1 ft
St. John .
N. B. A. Playoffs
Vind Up Tohlsht
ST LOUIS. UP- The Nanbnai
Basketball Association's .playoffs
befort the playoffs" wmd up Sat Sat-tonight
tonight Sat-tonight when the t.' Louis Hawks
meet the Minneapolis Lakers for
first place in the. Western Divi
The game, which will be tele telecast
cast telecast nationally by the National
Broadcasting Co. as the KBA's
finally will resolve the Western
Division race. St. Louia, Fort
Wayne and Minneapolis finished
the regular see sob with identical
34-38 won-lost records.
The Hawks defeated Fort
Wayne. 115 103. Thursday in the
first phase of the pre-ptoyofl play-i
effs. while Minneapolis drew s
198 182 199 579
163 188 149 500
199 228 151 578
185 1M 139 507 '. 1
183 153 127 463
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935 941 772 2648,
. .151 159 178 468!
. .134 153 204 491 ;
. 143- 143 143 429
. 158 204 170 532
. 146 203 179 528
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762 872 904 2538 :
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. 173 220 160 561
. 167 179 152 498 t
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. W, IPO 184 fi75
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810 860 loi 257lj yjm,-,
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LA MACARENA PLAZA
Sunday, March 17 at 4-30 p.m.
DIAMANTE NEGRO (Panamanian)
MANOLO ORTEGA r (Spanish)
JUANITO PAEZ (Spanish)
and the Gown Bullfighters
"ROCK N ROLLERS"
Bulls will not be killed
planned his own
THE ICH GET RICHER Rocky Marcia.no bought 10 acres
of sand down here a couple of yeara ago, paying $1500 per.
Now Its oriced at $6000.- Duke Snider Insists Bob Turley show?
ed the Brooks more stuff than Larsen last XalL Caaey Frani. . J 341
mis tells the local prew Mickey Mantle must go into September The CeWca won the team tear- U8S Jasper
wlth 50 homers or thereabout,. If he Is to break the .Babe s jt,. cron witk aa STtrsc e of.Maolner If
enduring 60. "That's hen them shadowi in the Stadium start 105.5 pointi per game, and tie Benaoo If
doing things with your eyes." Eddie Arcaro has hit upon a Rochester Roysls took defense Moats Sb. c ..... 3
most eoneenial way to spend weekends. Each Saturday he wins honors with an averase of 951 al- KoJan r 2
a 3100,000 race. Know where the flea circus is thee days? lowed per game. Patterson la .... 1
Down here In neighboring Sarasota; paying opposite Rlngling's Mmi. J. tl ... I
7er numbers. "We beiieve In starting from scratch, ssy im-- Arizm fmlaber the rffif sea- Sanders rf ....... 2
cftiario Roy Herbert Heckler, formerly of Hubert's Museum, son with a total of 1.817 pmnts ta Man. D. p 2
nldtown Manhattan. 'L'55 for the unfortunate PettiL Kash 3b ...-... 3
KEW YORK CCP Jockeys rid-
Uf t Kew York's thoroughbred
race tracks this year most wear
Drcteetivfc helmets under a new
'rule passed by the Suet Racing
Commission, but the kelmete need
not be Included among the ecraip ecraip-nent
nent ecraip-nent which make up the weijbt a
horse carries. :
0i Scare' By InKbul
JjUSS 2rpn "000 000 0 0
23 0 3 n ,l
our informal club for the late crowd
every FRIDAY and SATURDAY
'-' from midnight to 4:30 a;m. V
MUSIC by Jhs CAROL GREAVES TRIO!
in tha air-conditioned comfort of out BALBOA BAR
' Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 ajrw
, CAROL ate plays tbe plan In tbe rtareei-Bar
' 19 .m. ta 1 a.aa. f an, Tae H ecV 4 Thmra.
1 C j 4
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TOT PANAMA AMERICAN AN VmttXKBKtnf DAILY NXfTIPAPIX' "'
SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1J5T
C L AS S IF IE D S
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THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
JrjlS SPACE IS FOR SALE ; A
f: ; ; for information telephone 2-0740
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FOR RENT: For 5 months,
vtry comfortable, fully furn furnished,
ished, furnished, 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom,
residence in Campo Alegre, ax ax-callant
callant ax-callant neighborhood. Monthly
rantal $250.00. Apply Wolff and
Company, Tal. 3-6969, 31t St.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
furnished chalet at Campo Ale Alegre,
gre, Alegre, $45.00. Samuel Lewis St.
No. 4. Telephone 3-3887.
X FOR RENT: CHALET 2 bed-
rooms, garage, furnished or un-
furnished. lOst. Rio Abajo. Ph.
FOR RENT: Attractive turn turn-ished
ished turn-ished Chalet Golf Heights, liv living
ing living room, dining room, break breakfast
fast breakfast room, kitchen, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, guest house, garage,
and telephone. For appointment
ce.ll: (Ba)boa) 3745.
Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern convenience
moderate rates. Phone Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, 6-441.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1(90 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. def. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 4-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house, One mile past Ca Casta.
sta. Casta. Phone Balboa 1866,
Reserve NOW, Inexpensive sat
isfymg vacations Santa 'Clara
Beach. Shrapne's furnished
houses. Phon Balboa 1772.
To Give Concert
At Balboa YMCA
The Pan-American Festival
Chorus will be featured on March
25, at the USO-JWB Armed Forc Forces
es Forces Service Center.
The chorus, the brainchild of Lt.
Komdr. Ford Tabor of the Naval
District, is composed of 'an inter
national community oi, songsters
who have, since : 'ihWYrelatfO'ely
hort inception, ?SirsRdy been lea -tured
on CFNtTV d u ri n g the
Thanksgiving and Christmas sea sea-ions,
ions, sea-ions, at the USO-JWB monthly va variety
riety variety night as special guests, and
at the Thanksgiving Day service
at the Fort Amador Army Chapel.
The Pan-Am Festival Chorus is
under the musical direction of
Miss Emily Butcher and Mrs. Ru Ruby
by Ruby Paine, both of whom have
wide and extensive musical educa education
tion education and background. The accom accompanist
panist accompanist is Mrs. Abbie de Linares,
one of the, founders of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Conservatory of Music.
The program,' which will begin
at 7:30 p.m., will include the
haunting "Madame Jeanette," a
song as beautifully pleasing to 'ne
ear as it is difficult to perform.
The concert wi? be given as a
pii'ilic service to which the public
"Jlui of tpioi dtmnu"...
. 12" COLUMBIA record 1.98
tvith each 3.98 record you buy. .
Q jNOW 2 STORES! (
HIT TUNES IN
Thfi rwroTHmrn of the sopalar hit Xrc and MarrUre"
end "The Tender rrap." 8a.mmy Cab and James Tan
Heaeea, bae-e penned foar new sots far the laUst. Dran
Martin "an itrrt Lewis eonvedr "PARnNEatS" which
OPENS OM WTDNESDAT 2 AT THE CENTRAL. The Tech-nk-olor.
Vhn Vision film and Ita tnasie have s Western
YtcV rroond a.s the comics portray tarn-f-lhe-centnry
eewpokes. . AdvC.
1 I I 1
ATTENTION, 0. I.f Jest built
modern) furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 6 closets, 2. bedrooms,
living room, dining 'room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St.
East No. 2-61. Phone 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apartmenst.
10th street No. 8061. Phone
FOR RENT: Apartment, 3
bedrooms, two bathrooms, living-dining
room, large kitchen,
laundry, clothesline and maid's
room with bath in Campo Ale.
gre. For information call Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-4641.
FOR RENT: Apartments. One
furnished: living room, dining
room, porch, kitchen, pantry,
garage' end beautiful terrace.
One unfurnished: living room,
dining room, 2 bedrooms, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, kitchen, porch. Indepen Independent.
dent. Independent. Via Porras No. 64, on the
right. Telephone 3-1863.
FOR RENT: FURNISH DEC DECORATORS
ORATORS DECORATORS DREAM APART APART-ME
ME APART-ME NTS. Fully equipped kit kitchens,
chens, kitchens, hot water, daily maid
service. Edificio Campo Alegre
corner of Via Espana and Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel M. Ycaxe For informa informa-Hon
Hon informa-Hon Miss Arango same build building
ing building at Arte y Deeoracion store.
FOR RENT: Furnished mod mod-ern
ern mod-ern apartment: one bedroom,
living dining, hot water; inde independent,
pendent, independent, quiet, in El Cangrejo.
Please apply Foto El Halcon on
side street facing Hotel El Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Tel. 3-1179 or 3-608E
FOR RENT; Nicely, furnish furnish-ed
ed furnish-ed one bedroom apartment. Au Automobile
tomobile Automobile row. Call Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT: Fully furnished
very attractive small apart apartment
ment apartment Campo Alegre. Hot wa wa-ter.
ter. wa-ter. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment for six weeks. Quiet
residential section. Tel. 3-0276-3-0811.
FOR RENT: V One bedroom
furnished apartment on Peru
Avenue, facing-the park. Tele
phone, J-3W. 3-076.
Learn Spanish with Mrs. Ro Romero's
mero's Romero's Conversational System,
beginners and advanced pupils.
Lessons: mornings, afternoon
and evenings. 4th of July Ave Avenue
nue Avenue T 1-352, in front of Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights.
Lesson: Ladies rhythmic exer exercise,
cise, exercise, guitar, ballet, Spanish
dance. Mrs. Donaldson Phone
Learn popular or classical pia piano
no piano playing quickly, 20 years ex experience.
perience. experience. Bennett, 3-4818, Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenegers Preteens
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OP OUB
PABMACIA LUX 1(4 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. to. 4
VAN-DEB-JIS-5 Street Ne. SS P ABMACIA EL BAXURRO Parque Lof evxe
the Bella Vista Theatre,
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
2-door, two tone. Phone Navy
FOR SALE: Hudson coups,.
1951 good condition throughout.'
Try it before you buy it. $375.00.
Satisfactory transportatibn, Ph
Balboa 2870 or 4169 Dade.'
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
V-8 4 door Sedan. Two tone,
blue, powerglide, radio, W-W
tires. Phone Balboa 1389.
FOR SALE: 1954 Belair four
door Chevrolet, 2 tone turquoise
and ivory, radio heater, new
white walls, turn signals, back backup
up backup lights, easy sys glass, stand standard
ard standard transmission, big wheel
discs, deluxe chrome door and
fender trim, 2,700 miles, one.
owner, $1,300.00., 9 pc. Rattan
set $175.00. Complete set patio
furniture $20.00. Boys 26 in,
English Bike $20.00, girls 20 in.
Schwinn bike $25.00, 2 chest of
Drawers $20.00. Phone Albrook
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth S.
Wagon, 6 passenger, 2 door,
fully equipped. $1,000.00. 2010
first St. Curundu. Tel. 13-5273.
Leaving for States. Can be fi financed.
nanced. financed. FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
4 dr. sedan; new paint job, bat battery,
tery, battery, and tires in excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Selling for Owner in U.
S. Duty paid price $675.00. Tel.
Learning, must sell 1949 Buick
Tudor Super with- Dyrta flow.
Make offer telephone Albrook
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet 4
door Sedan, V-8 engine, white
wall tires. Seat covers and ra radio
dio radio excellent condition. 821 X
C rot on street Balboa Phono
FOR SALE: 1954 red Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet convertible, W-S-W. tires,
radio, heater. Call Kobbe 3232.
FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1955
Hardtop Pontiac,, radio W-S-W.
House 0813 Plank: Street, Bal Bal-bea'Orelephona
bea'Orelephona Bal-bea'Orelephona 2-4491. K
FOR SALE:-1951 Oldsmobilo
DeLuxe 98. House 112-B, Via
Espana, opposite Hotel Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Telephone 3-6871.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
4 door, 5, new tires,, excellent
mechanical condition, $40.00.
FORD Country Sedan, 9 pas passenger,
senger, passenger, 16,000 miles. Excellent
condition. $1,750.00. Phone Ba.
Gibraltar rife Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama I-055J
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 szJsJH2
Leant Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jamping Classes daily
I to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
Balboa Service Center
SPECIAL COLD WAVE
Mondav Thru Thursday
Set lAfc Sfreonnel and tkeut
With F 1.2 Lcn
1. 1. lUIII rt.
Panama N. fork Colon
March 31 $17.50 each
"B St. 1-T1 : TeL M6S1
NEW DELHI, Indial, starch
(UP India's controversial rov rov-inr
inr rov-inr Minister V. K. Krishna Menon
trtA w wnn rlMinffl 1 A PerliaJ
ment fron. Bombay- according toi
India's national "elections nded
yesterdav, but only about 43 miM
U oiiiou of oh ciiinaim "wj
million have been counted se far
throng ho -it the country
AGENTS Wit OU OPflCES AT 1M
FOR SALE; -r Air Condition,
ing equipment, one horse pow power,
er, power, 25 cycle, remote evapora evaporator.
tor. evaporator. Excellent condition.. Extra
freon. $225. Phone Balboa 2 2-1461
1461 2-1461 FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Belair 4 door Sedan, V-S power power-glide,
glide, power-glide, W-S-W, tutone. $1,450.00
or best offer, 12 ft. Hotpoint re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, double door, $300.00
Baby crib, electric sewing ma machine.
chine. machine. .573- E : Curundu Heights.
DRAWEE "A." DIABLO
BOX 121 1, CRISTOBAL. CX
Hints to Husbands I Evidently
she doesn't railiio how much
her personal appeerance means
to you. Diplomatically suggest
that her hair skin and nails
could stand a spot of grooming.
Oenetl's Beauty Shop. Cocoli
Clubhouse. Navy 3812.
S. Africa Mfnisfers
Bias In The South
NEW YORK (VV Thn Bv
G. J. Swart -of South. Africa de denied
nied denied Ipday charges of a New York
Negro- newspaper that he had
preached racial segregation dur
ing a recent visit in the South.
His denial was suoDorted hv
uuiuiKiauon omciaia whn eairi
they found no substance to the
cnarge made to them by the Am
sterdam News, a Harlem weekly.
bwart. minister of a Dutrh R.
formed church at Brits, South Af
rica, it a ieiiow at Union Theo Theological
logical Theological Seminary here. He visited
the South and other parts of the
united States during his Christ-
mas vacation to talk with narmn.
of all racesi about raciaL prob problems.
lems. problems. 1 hav made no comment on
your race relations," Swart said.
i nave not commented on those
in my own country, either, but
simply described facts of life
mere tor audiences n the South
and Southwest of your country."
me mew iors newspaper cited
letter to Swart from State Sn
Sam Enelehardt of Alabama.
segregationist leader, and three
articles in a Monteomerv. Ala..
newspaper as the basis far it
swart said he did not rrii
Englehardt's letter but that he
nad received several cordial let
ters trom both Negroes and white
persons after his visits.
Of the articles, Swart said,
i ne writer expressed nis own
views, not mine, and he did not
attriDute them to me. But hs did
say that 'whites are footing the
bill for development' in your South
just as in jouui Africa, drawing
that parallel. I made no compari
son, mis may nave inflamed feel feeling
ing feeling toward me. That and the gen
ral tone .of the articles. And
from that has come this unpleas
ant experience to mar my stay
in me untied states."
For Premium Waiver
Area commaifders have been di directed
rected directed by Headquarters, U.A. Ar Army
my Army Caribbean, to interview each
member of their" command who
currently has a waiver of pre-j
miums in force on USGL1 jnd
NSLI policies. j
The action applies to those who
entered the service on or before
April 25, 1951. j
Purpose of the interview Is to
insure each individual who current currently
ly currently has a waiver in effect be made
aware of the fact that be may be
depriving dependents of a substan
tial amount of income by leaving
such waiver in force.
Under the Servicemen's and Vet
erans' Survivors Benefits Act
which was effective Jan. 1. 1957.
surviving dependents will be enti
tled only to compensation rates in
effect prior to Jan. 1 in those cas cases
es cases where death of a member of the
armed services occurs after May,
l, 1957, and a waiver is tui in ef
Subsequent to the Interviews re required,
quired, required, a statement will be signed
by the member and made a part
of the official. 201 file u ne etiu
desires to leave the waiver in
Under compensation law in ef
fect prior to Jan. 1, the peace-
time rate of compensation paid to
a widow was -J69.60 per month.
The minimum payment under the
new law is J 122.00 per month, as
oavment to a widow Is calculated
at the rate of $112 .00 per month
,. 4 4t. M.m ktf'l
base pay. - - v -
officials said t might be several
weeks before official result caa
Tth all but s few votes counted
ia iwmuiT, iuimum
a 47.000 vote
margin ever rraja
Socialist candidate Peter Ah ere.
"H", STBEEf, PANAMA tlBKEniA
Im Ow Af 41 POTO DOMY-Jasle
t SteMa TABMACll 'SAV
The best dinners and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria, grll and
bar. Hotel International "Pie.
aa S de Mays.
Rattan -furrilturs rafairsd and
ref inished. Guaranteed work-,
manahip. Complete nets wrap. (
ping. Hem repair seryicd.- Re-:
pair V and sfinish mahogany
furniture. Pros estimats a n st
home delivery. Oposit Hotel
Roosevelt. JIMMY, f- J ;
FOR SALE: Let in Pueblo
Nuevo covers mors than 1,000
m2. Pries $800.00. Call 3-2189,
a.m. 5 p.m.
TB Treatment For
Treatment of tuberculosis for ell
gible Army dependents is authoriz
ed under the; provisions of Depend'
ents" Medical Care Act. u b li c
This and other significant points
are discussed in the first of a se
ries of numbered, technical letters
about the Act, published by Head
quarters, u.s. Army Caribbean.'
The letters or intended fo an an-qswer
qswer an-qswer questions brought to the at attention
tention attention of the command1 relative;
to the provisions of the Medi Medical
cal Medical Care Act as spplied in U.S
Treatment of tuberculosis is au
thorized in civilian hospitals when
the disease is acute when it is in
its contagious form.' when there
is acute exacerbations or compli
cations of chronic tuberculosis and
when case required; surcery;
In the treatment of tubereolosis.t
there are a number of unauthoriz unauthorized
ed unauthorized items. These include a period
of hospitalization in excess of 365
days for any one admission unless
specially authorized, treatment in
a hospital other than one which
meets the criteria set opt by Head Headquarters,
quarters, Headquarters, U.S. Army Caribbean,
domicilliary care or prolonged
convalescence, and treatment as
an out-patient. .
"As a normal procedure any de dependent
pendent dependent of Army personnel who
contracts tuberculosis while residing-2in
a Latin American repub republic
lic republic will be evacuated to the Canal
Zone or to the continental United
States, whichever is mort practi practical,
cal, practical, as soon as possible after such
diagnosis has been established,"
the. letter said.
In another item discussed in the
letter, the medical policy on pe
diatric .care, it was explained, ine
practice of a pediatrician feeing
the newborn infant: st birth and
Winners Of Army Entertainment
Contest Listed By Local Commands
Competition was keen In the U.rection of Sp3 Louis Sherman,
S. Armv Caribbean finals of the save a rendition of "Oklahoma."
1957 All-Army entertainment con
test held last Saturday at Fort
Clayton. Winners were named in
six classes of competition to re re-nresent
nresent re-nresent the command in the grand
finals at Fort Monmouth, N. J.,
May IS through It.
Fort Clayton's M-Sgt. Jusn Soto
of Army Audit Agency, singing
"Granada," won the vocal solo
class. He -was accompanied by
Mrs. Millie Sellers.
Pvt. Guenter E. K. Adanss, Zuu
Infantry, Fort Kobbe, was the win winner
ner winner in the instrumental solo class.
An accordianlst, he played "Lady
Fort Amador was represented In
the erinning circle by Sp3 Richard
Learman oi vrn wmi V"
tic reading of a selection from
John Brown's Body. ""...-
The Belvederes." a quartette
trom the 20th Infantry, Fort Kob Kobbe,
be, Kobbe, will represent U. S. Armu Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean in the vocal group class.
Pfc. Michael Mollica. Service
Company, is the leader and has
in his group Pfcs. John Day, Mau
rice Hill and Richard Dickens, all
of Tank Company:
The instrumental group class
wai won hv "The Interludes," a
Mmh nf member oi the 79th Ar
my Band,1 The group is Jed by
Set Ttuhert D. Arledie. and in
cludes Pfc. Ronald Haskins, Pfc
Robert Shelby, Sp3 Larry J. Fare-
iter and Pvt. Lewis Ji M r t e 1 L
They played an original arrange
ment ef "Peraiao. -
The Bhia Cau." a trie from
Fort Davis, the musical spe-i
cialty class, playing ana singing
"The Monkey Business." in
group includes Sp3 Dale Reilifig,
7MUi-. AAA Battalion, SpJ Willie
Mecks, Jr., Battery C, 903rd AAA
Battalion, aad Sp3 Kenneth. J.
Green, Hesdqusrtere attery,
764th AAA Battalion.
The command will be represent
ed ia the recorded classes by the
Fort Kobbe Chorus in the batta-i
lion a ad regimental t boras class.
The .Xobbe Chorus under the li
PRECIADO r tret- Ne M AGENOAS
AroHmra A ind 3a8t TARMAriA
FOR SALE: 'Plan lth bench
medium upright. G e o d for
learning.' Pries $100.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-2929. tKw
FOR SALE : 4 beds, comnlete.
Refrigerator, stove, crib, child's
chlffarobe, .wrought Iron living
:room choirs Call 3-3835.
FOR SALE: Wrought iron
furniturs: three sectional, arm
u chair, corner table, coffee table
. two end fablss, two TV chairs
' and room divider. All Jn very
good condition. Call 84-4147.
'. Quarters 43A Forf Kobbe.
FOR SALE:' Living room Rat Rat-tart
tart Rat-tart set 12 pieces; dining room
table formica 4 sstas uphols upholstered;
tered; upholstered; beds, refrigerator, gas
stove 2 burners and miscellan miscellaneous.
eous. miscellaneous. Everything like new. Ph.
FOR SALE: Foam rubber
mattress, and box spring, used
9 months, excellent condition.
Tel. 2-4257, Los Rlos.
assuming responsibility for Its care
during the remainder of the hospi
tal stay 'was permitted in those
places where such is customary.
Visits after the infant leaves the
hospital are authorized,' not to ex
ceed a total of two i during the
first 60 days at the office or home.
..-If during the two post-hospital
visits immunizations are g i v e n,
the. cost of the immunization ageiu
and 'administration is allowable.
This applies in the case-of well
Pediatric. cre for premature or
ill babies during hospitalization is
The cost of blood and the serv service
ice service charge .for blood 'is an allow allowable
able allowable benefit under the Dependents'
Medical Care Program,-,
However it 1 intended the
f government-will pay for the tost
f bloeff enry in those instances
where the blood is not replaced
on a gratuitous basis.
Physicians providing care under
the Medicare Program should urge
relatives and, friends of the pa
tient to donate blood as required,
the letter said.
In those instances where blood
must be purchased, these purchs
es must be made by the hospital
and included on its claim submit
ted under the program.
There is no other way for pay
ments to be made by the govern
ment to a local blood bank as
there are ho provisions for mak
ing these payments in the Medi
Headquarters, U.S. Army Carib
bean said the letters on the Med'
icare Program will be "transmit
ted periodically during this calen
dar year to advise all concerned
of general information and policy"
pertinent to the implementation of
The recorded Army band chorus
class will be entered by the 60th
Army Band Chorus, which, under
the direction of Sp3 John D. Jen Jenkins,
kins, Jenkins, did an original arrangement
of "American, Our Heritage" and
"Cherr Pink and Apple Blossom
"The True Tones," a quintet
from the Jungle Warfare Training
Center, Fort Sherman, have enter entered
ed entered the rhythm and blues class of
recc vrted competition.
Ma j. ?nt.- Thomas L. Harrold,
commanding general, U.S. Army
Caribbean, was introduced by Lt
Col. Leslie C. Wood, chief. Special
Services. Gen. Harrold commend-1
ed the contestants for their per performance
formance performance and awarded certificates
'of accomplishment 'to each man
to retci. fina, command comoeti-
Ition and silver trays to each win-
Pattison of Caribbean
Forces Network served as master
of ceremonies and Mrs. Elizabeth
Haberstick was production direc
Judges for. the competition were
Victor Kerr,' Donald Musselman,
Mrs. Betty Slaughter, L. B u 1 d
Haberstick s.nd Mrs. W. E. Kirk Kirk-land.
land. Kirk-land. Dewey Short Sworn
In As Assistant
Secretary Of Army
WASHINGTON. March iafUP)
Former Missouri congressman
Dewey Short was sworn yesterday
as one of the three assistant sec secretaries
retaries secretaries of the Army.
He took the oath at i t remony
attended by Defense Secrets
Charles Wilson and ether mili military
tary military and civil officials. A large
congressional delegation also was
on hanL headed by Chairman
Carl Vinson (D-Ga) f the House
Armed Services Committee ef
which Short was iarmerly a
f FOR SALE; Harley David David-i
i David-i son Motor Cycle with side ear.
Excellent condition. Good tires.
$200.00 cash, Ave. Ecuador No,
Ex-Ambassador Roy 7. Davis
Enjoys RP Visit With Amigos
Former TJT' S;-MEriister to Pana
ma, Koy Tasoa, Davis was over?
whelmed' during hisshort stay in
Panama hv -th wirm 1 rnccntion
he received from 'old friends here.
In a press interview, Davis, who
is perhaps ; the pest remembered
Ambassador, that the United States
ever ihad hete,' recalled some of
the highlights olf his four-year aUy,
here which endediis 1933.
DortnK': his '-nreken' Visits DavKd
rwlKfcerlast ost jrsf Ambassa-
dor-to-Haiti, : rectred almost' S200
telephone calls from, old und and
acquaintances who just wanted to
say "hello. ;
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MlVsell, secretary treasurer
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Teamsters Union tells lhe
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- WASHINGKJN. March J tj?)
-Mrs Dorothy Dobrescu, secre-
to teamster leader Jtmet
Tt Hoffa. tesUfied before a Fed Fed-Grand
Grand Fed-Grand Jury today about
. "nberv Purges, agaimt hei -how.
' The auburn haired secretary,
material f witness -,. told rnortm
it,, "unqwcred everything he
j. t "Robert "Kennedy, counsel lor
the Senate Labor- Packets Cwn Cwn-.
. Cwn-. u tified briefly dur
- SJ fteJWM'-recfcM the com
,.1 cl trying o urwe; T J ,1.-
' Sass hlm information from ,the
f .'V? mm"tteVa confidenUal
a ? The jury, which opvned yes-
. irVw expected to wini up
S 1 M investiaation promptly;:1:. Other
witnesses included BI .' agents
, nd John rCye-Cheasty, cental
Mr. DODreSCU 3D, lr;li uu tiic v n i iuu. itpuvin.o vv
T)etrdit Hoffa, wW-W free ona, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Hon-
000 bail also flew back lojduras and Guatemala which com com-neir'tdir;''
neir'tdir;'' com-neir'tdir;'' IP" the jurisdiction of the mis-
lwrence 'A- -Burns, Mrsitsjonary diocese of Central Amer,!-
Dobrescu's; attorney told -report
ers "she answered anymmg nc
ws asked.?! The secretai
r agreed. .1- -X,-"-
x The TBI : arr&ted Hoffa, five
' fiuttf iv. "itrOM
man" ? of the
. huee union. Wednesday night on
' "h.rifM .- twr nffered Cheasiy
, $18 000 to ttic' secrets from the
'. eommittee's files. v"
' After tipping off the committee,
- Cheasty, New York attorney
' and former Secret Service inves-
tigator, allegedly lerved as a
' "double agent" on the caie. He
was said to nave obtained a job
; en the' f emmittee staff at Hofu's
tirging. and to have slipped docti docti-.
. docti-. ments to Hoffa, some of which
. t allegedly were found on him when
' he was arrested.
The government : sought, indict indictments
ments indictments against Hoffa and Hyman
I. Fischbach, Miami, Fla., attor attor-ney
ney attor-ney who was named as the
t "contict" In the case.
Cheaply, who is being kept
' under wraps by the FBI, was
slipped fn and eut of the jury
room yesterday without newsmen
and photographers beipg aware
" ef it. --:;,;--
The Justice Department was;
'' moving swiftly to bring the case
t trial. Its evidence was ex-
peciea io wemae uic aocumems
which were found on Hoffa and
psrt of the 3,000 the union official
gwas said to have paid to Cheasty.
sow Mona a do nscnoaen nave
denied they schemed to gain
access Ui. the commiUee files.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the'
24 hours ending a.m. today,
is prepared. y tut Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydro (re ph. ie
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High m ti
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High tl si
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. BALBOA TIDES
srrDAY. March n
4 si em..
. !t:4e a.m.
Zef fe people
Race-baiter Kasper, Retired dmjrql
Get Nowhere In Latest Ttduble-mgkihg
WETUMPKA, Ala., March 16
(UP; Segregationist John Kas Kasper
per Kasper renewed his" "white surpemacy
vows last night, but failed to a-
rouse a small .audience apparently
chilled by his admission that he
once dated Negro girls in New
Katpar and Adm. John Crom Crom-mtlin,
mtlin, Crom-mtlin, retired World War II na naval
val naval hare, spoka from tha ceurt ceurt-houta
houta ceurt-houta itaps aftar being "locked
out," of the courthouse.
Only about 100 persons, half
of them fitting in their cars,
turned out. -v
Kasper. in defending his admis
sion in Florida that he had asso
ciated, with Negroes, said that he
had no choice but to mix with
Negroes, when he went to school
in the North, a
"We fought with them in the
nana, lie ioiui
However, he '' said. Southerners
converted him into a white supre
macy advocate after he came
The two m err. who were barred
from the courthouse by order of
probate judge Howard Weldon,
To Preach Tomorrow
At Saint Luke's
1 A. .,' '
1The Re,v. Joseph G. Moora of
Evsnston, ill., is expected lo ar arrive
rive arrive at Tocumen today from Santo
.Domingo and Puerto Rico,
Dr, Moore, a .sociologist, execu-
i '. tn J tu. ..nit rt rd.
IIVV l .HC J Ml" 1
search and iield Study jpf the Na
tional Council of thtf Episcopal
He has made surveys and field
studies for the Episcopal Church
in AlaskaZHaiti and Cuba and is
now on his way to make a preli-
iniinary survey ui ww siiuauuu
ca, set up by action ot tne House
of Bishops of the Episcopal Church
Dean Peterson said Dr. Moore
will preach at the Cathedral of
St. LuTce. Ancon, tomorrow morn-
ing at li a.m. He will leave forlSchwartz, 17, admitted beating
Costa Rica on Monday. During his
stay in the Isthmus, he will be
the house guest of Bishop and
Mrs. Gooden at the Episcopal res
idence in Ancon
Streaks Over LA
Lands In Marshes
NEW ORLEANS, March 16 (UPm' c' SchwartI w 1uot
A brilliant meteor "with fire
flying everywhere" streaked acoss
southern skies last night and ap apparently
parently apparently crashed to earth in the
barren marshlands along the Loui Louisiana
siana Louisiana coast.
The flash jf light caused by the
meteor or a shower of meteors
Was seen .from Alabama to Texas,
and authorities were checking re reports
ports reports that the falling object hit in
the vicinity of Marsh Island, just
guard in New Orleans
said radar men tracked the object
on its weather scope into the area
t0 teil tf it reached the ground or
exploded tai the air.
land, a wildlife refuge; reported
The game warden on Marsh is
by radio to the new Iberia snertt s
office that the meteor made a
hell of a noise and shook the whole
island." However, he didn't see li
Soviets Call On
French To Abandon
MOSCOW, March 18 fUP) The
Sovirt government today bandd,U. S. Vice President. He said the
the French Embassy I II- page.
donment of Eur atom and the Com-)
moo Market Project, and the crea creation
tion creation of an all-European Organiza
tion for Eeoromic .Cooperatxra
foreseeing the eventual participa-a
tioo of the United States. 'States has had 'an audience with
The declaration proposed t b a : j the- Pope while in office.
'he euesioa be tekev up at the! Vatican official expressed the
forthcoming 12lh session, of tbeibope that Nixoe and Pope Pius
UnftMl Ntios Economic Cnmm's-i would discuss establishment ef d-
jtio for Europe, and that the
vet ftroptKals ms-ie tn Aori 19.'6,nited States sod the Vaucin a
'at the last aessioB form the basis 1
of pie discussion. t.
know the truth and the
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY," MARCH 16, 1957
attacked the press controlled
by "Communist Jews" and lash lashed
ed lashed out at what they called cowardly-politicians.
Weldon had the support of ap apparently
parently apparently all the leaders of the
Elmore County Citizens Council ex
cept Crommehn. The council had
scheduled a meeting in the court
house, but voluntarily canceled it
when the judge laid down his rul
Twice, Crommelin and Kasper
were cut short when they tried to
arouse a response from the crowd
Kasper sharply criticized State
Sen. Sam Englehardt of Macon
County, executive secretary of the
Citizens Councils of Alabama, for
j not going to Clinton, Tenn., last
lau io neip in me light to pre
serve scnooi segregation there.
Kasper who Jed the prosegrega
Grand Jury To Hear
Cases Of 15 While
CHICAGO (UP)-The cases of
15 white teeivage gang members
accusetf of the hammer slaying of
a jNegro youtn may be presented
U a Brand iurv todav.
State's Atty. Benjamin Adam-
owski sam today he would seek
m aeatn penalty for the youths
who anegeaiy set out last Mon
day night to "set a Neero."
One of the 15 has admitted bat battering
tering battering Alvin Palmer, 17, to death
with a mechanic's hammer. But
Adamowski said all of the youths,
members of a gang known as the
iteoeis, are equally guilty.
"This is cold-blooded murdnr
Adamowski said, "and there is no
question but that we will ask th
"They don't seem to rualirn
tnat when they work in a gang
tney a re all equally guilty.
They've got to learn that they
cant put all the blame on one
A coroner s jury agreed with
Adamowski 'Thursday, rec
ommending that au 15 be held
for the grand jury on a murder
raimer on me neaa with a ham
mer. Police said 13 of the 15
youths have signed statements ad
mitting then roles,
According to the statements,
the youths, traveling in two cars,
took off Monday night se king a
Negro to assault.
Adamowski quoted Schwartz as
saying they spotted Palmer wait waiting
ing waiting for a bus on a street corner.
"I got out of the car and waited
three or four minutes while the
other guys parked the car and
"When they came back, I said,
'You ready?' and I swing at the
guy," the statement continued.
"After that, the rest said, 'Let's
get out of here and everybody
started running. ;
Nixon Will Visit )
Italy For 3 Davs,
Plans To See Pone
ROME, March 16 (UP) Vice
President Richard N. Nixon in
terrupted his tour of Africa today
j for tttTl visit to Italy and
w,ln "n Bovemmeni or
ficials and Pope Pius XII.
The Nixon party was scheduled
to arrive by plane at Ciamplno
Airport rrom Tripoli, LaDya.
The new VS. Ambassador to Ita
ly, James D. ZeUerbach, was a
mong the top-level government
and diplomatic officials on hand to
receive Nixon at the airport.
They will go immediately to the
palace for Nixon's first big meet meeting
ing meeting here with Italian President Gio
An Italian government spokes spokesman
man spokesman said Italv'a too officials hive
doming specifie to discuss with the
talks would be a general "Tour
Nixon's scheduled audience with
the Pope this weekend might be
considered even more important.
it is beuved to be the first time
vice president of the United.
So-!p!omatte relations between the U
subject of much controversy in the
' United Stale.
. ..;r ..'it ..
country $ safe" ; 'Afirafiam Lincoln, r
tionists in Clinton, is among 18
persons who face criminal' con
tempt charges for allegedly con
spiring to hinder Federal court-or
dered integration at the Clinton
He called Englehardt and other
politicians "cowardly" and asked
"Why didn't Englehardt. come
to help us at Clinton?"
Ike Gives Serious
Thought To More
Powers For Nixon
NEW YORK (UP) President
Eisenhower is seriously consider
mg a constitutional amendment
that would authorize the vice pres president
ident president to exercise temporarily the
powers, and duties of a oresident
during any disabling illness of the
nation's chief executive, the New
York Times reported yesterday.
a news story oy James Keston,
chief of the Times' Washington
bureau, said the President is ex expected
pected expected to support the proposal
which he received several days
ago from Atty. Gen. Herbert
Brownell. The proposed amend amendment
ment amendment and the President's recent
heart and ileitis attacks, the
Times said,, are merely, coinci coincidental
dental coincidental and have nothing to do
with his physical condition,
i r , v
The amendment would provide
for the temporary assumption, of
presidential aumoruy oy tne vice
president during the duration of
any disabling illness, the Ainves
said, and it would also probably
authorize the president himself to
declare his own disability and
then summon the vice president
to take over temporarily the
"powers and duties" of the presi
The Times said apparently this
still would leave unanswered the
major question of who would be
authorized to, declare the presi president's
dent's president's disability if he were unable
to do so, or refused to do so de
spite the advice of his associates.
To Give Talk
At Balboa T
The hunting team of Frank Rob Robinson
inson Robinson and Russell Mitchell will
provide the basis of the third in
the Balboa Y's outdoor adventure
series this coming Tuesday.
Their subject deals with "Hunt
ing in the Canal Zone.? Although
they both claim to be amateurs in
the game, their experiences have
carried them to many of the less lesser
er lesser known trails of the Isthmus, as
well as the much-traveled ones.
Mitchell and Robinson will bring
color slides-and will talk on hunt
ing locations ideal for certain
types of game, hunting laws in
the Zone, conservation, type of e e-quipment;
quipment; e-quipment; and the knowledge that
is needed for this type of adven
- The program, which starts at
7:30 p.m., is open to the public.
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?AVXD FOM THE SEA -l Lawrence Adams, of Halifax, Nova
Scotia. 1 carried off the Coast Guard cutter Castle Rock in
Boston after he and eight other seamen were rescued from the
icy Atlantic. Tht men srent tw days adrift in an open boat
after their shin, the coastal freighter Patricia Sweeney, aana.
mev .D&vey Mop';
''Because he Is a state senator
in Alabama and he didn't have
any busineis up there' came
the answer. t
Crommelin said that the city
council gave permission for him
and Kasper to hold the meeting,
but mayor Max Freeman was
quick to climb onto the steps and
deny it. 1
"We did all we could id prevent
this meeting," the mayor said.
"We did not give permission for
the meeting to take place and any
thing that is done or said, here to tonight
night tonight is done without the sanction
of, the city council." v
AEC Says Explosion
On Feb. 12 Wrecked
LOS ALAMOS. N.M. (UP)-The
Atomic Energy Commission today
revealed an explosion during an
experiment here eb. 1? wrecked
a small nuclear reactor. "The Go-
. The AEC said the experiment
on the "prompt criticality reac
tor," was Demg operated Dy, re remote
mote remote control and therefore no one
was injured. ...v,' ;cf i
, An AEC spokesman said dam damage
age damage to the reactor which had
bee in use since Augusts, 1951,
was so Severe that ; it was de declared
clared declared a total wreck. w;A
The spokesman said that no oth other
er other damage was done in the build
ing ana rauiaupn comamuiauen
was removed by standard meth methods
ods methods with i s appreciable loss of
The AEC said the .thermal
shock which resulted inthed ant ant-age
age ant-age was caused by a nuclear pow power
er power surge "considerably higher
than the expected power level."
The spokesman said the Godiva
was bein used as a source of
neutrons for the instantaneous ir irradiation
radiation irradiation of uranium -loaded
.graphite. The purpose of the ex
periment was to determine me be behavior
havior behavior of this material after ex exposure,
posure, exposure, to a Sudden wave of neu neutrons.
trons. neutrons. The uranium loaded graphite
which was being, irradiated was
enveloped in layers of polythy polythy-lene,
lene, polythy-lene, the AEC said. It is believed
that a malfunction of special test
equipment for the temporary ex experiment
periment experiment shifted the polyethylene-
encased eraonito closer to me
critical assembly than intended.
This, the AEC said, caused i
chain reaction when neutrons
were reflected back to the reac reactor,
tor, reactor, touching off a much stronger
explosion than intended.
Of Civil Defense
Civil Defense Volunteer Corps
will meet Monday at Paraiso at
7:30 p:m. in the school; at Gatun
on Tuesday- at the Service Center
at 1:30 a.m. and at Diablo Serv
ice Center on Wednesday at a m
L All ladies-of the. townsites are
urged to attend their meeting as
there will be movies and, first aid
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'START OF RECORD FLIGHT The Navy bllmo 2PG-JJ la trnmasted Tiv crewmen' and. ground
handlers as tehe took off from the Naval Air Statlpn In South Weymouth,-Mass., March 4 on
an extended .non-stop cruise. The flight ended when the blimp landed at Key West last night
having cruised over three, continents, (Europe, Africa and America and. set new airship dis
tance and endurance records. - -,.
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Quit Lobbying ; For Trujillovleim'
WASHINGTON, March 16
(UP) Former Rep. Franklin
D. Roosevelt jr. (D-N.Y.J, and
Washington attorney Charles
Patrick Clark have decided to
quit serving as lobbyists for the
Dominican Republic, t :
, Informed sources said today
the two lawyer? have s advised
the 'Justices" department that
they no longer Intend to act as
"agents" lor the Truuiio regime;
The i regime of .car lbbean
strongman Rafael L. Trujillo has
been 'under lire on. capitoi hui
Rep. Charles Q. Porter (D (D-Ore.
Ore. (D-Ore. ) has challenged the Dom
inlcan Government's expiana
tlon of the mysterious disan
pearances of ; 23-year-old Eu
gene, Ore., pilot Gerald B. Mur Murphy,
phy, Murphy, porter also has questioned
the mysterious disappearance of
Columbia University professor
Jesus Maria de Galindez, An ar ardent
dent ardent Trujillo foe.-. 1
A Dominican spokesman con confirmed
firmed confirmed 'that the son of. the late
WASHINGTON, Marth IS (U)
The Senate Banking' Committee
today approved legislation to al
low Britain to postpone any sevea
of Its annual 138.4 million dollar
payments on its U. ,S. debt be-J
tween now and the year ..-2001. h'
It endorsed the measure, re requested
quested requested by President Eisenhower,
after Secretary of the Treasury
George M. Humphrey and Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Secretary of State Thorstea
V, Kalijarvl urged approval. j
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Humphrey emphasized that the
United States was not wiping off
any of the debt. -He said the first;
of any of the deferred Installments
could be paid in the year 2001 and
the others annually after mat.
The 50-year British loan, ap approved
proved approved in 1946, was or 3.75 bil billion
lion billion dollars at two per cent inter
est. In addition tq the annual
payments. Britain was to make
payments of about 19. million dot
lars a year beginning in 1951 on
650 million dollars worth of lend
lease and surplus property obliga obligations
The 138.4 million dollar annual
Britain originally asked post
ponement of an 81.8 million' dollar
interest payment due Dec. 31, j
1956. Out of the negotiauons mat
followed came the optional post
Humphrey said one lacior in
volved is tne drain on me anuso
economy resulting from the Sues
invasion but negotiations on some
sort of plan have been underway
three years." n y :
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MADISON, Wis. (UPV -A
teacher's "loaded questions" in
an examination solved the mys mystery
tery mystery of vandalism at a rur Daae
County school the sheriffs de
partment reported today.
Two of the 18 Questions' in the
exa,m were, "Did you take the
not runcn money- ana um you
let tne wasnroom lapcei run tan
A 12-vear-old bov answered.
did tike the hot hmcb money. I
turned on the faucet X Jryke,a
window, i m sorry- x
Soviets Turn Over
To Japanese Ship
OTURU. Japan, March 16 CUP)
A Soviet coast guard vessel j telephoned aer w suggest
handed ve; 40 Japanese fisher-iout and see what he had left for
men ta a Japanese patrol ship; her. Mm Brasher, neighbors and
yesterday off the Siberian coast, I police were, at that moment, see see-reprts
reprts see-reprts received here today atd.(mg and hearing. -.
The Soviets returned a 43-tn! "I wasn't really made at him.
Japanese tuning boat, allegedly 'Hiss Brasher said. "But I sure
aeued a Soviet waters. wont uat to fcia after this.
President R6osevelt and Clark
had been r negotiating to end
their contract. The spokesman
said there might be something
"more definite" pn the matter
Monday. " j
Today is the official deadline
for Roosevelt and Clark to file
St. formal statement with.". 'the
Justice .-Department regarding
their activities In behalf of Tru Trujillo
jillo Trujillo during the past six months.
However; they have a leeway, pf
30 days in which to file.
House Group Orders
8.7 Cut In Ike's;
Spohdinn Requests V
WASHINGTON. March 18 (UP)
The House Appropriations Com
mittee today ordered an 8.7 per
cent cut in President Eisenhower's
soenduia reauests f or: 18 govern
ment agencies, including civU-dfrJ
fenso and the Veterans Aaramu-
tration. "'".- .v.
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Eisenhdwer's 71.8 billion dollar
record peacetime budget, the com
mittee cracked, lown on govern-
ment employes. It called for; few
er new' cars, less travel, reduced
office space, and fewer frills on
publie buildings. 1 V'
It was the fourth money nut lor
the-fiscal year starnne Julyl to
bd Cleared by the economy-minded
committee. So far it has knocked
663 .million dollnrs out of budget
reauests totallin2 10V4 billion dol
lars fof a general reduction of
six per cent. -
.' The committee' action came as
Rep. Albert Thomas (D-Text chal
lenged claims or Housing Admin Administrator
istrator Administrator Albert M. Cole that he
had trimmed bis agency's budget
by.- 200 million dollars. Thomas
said the cut would comeja. later
years ana mourn am; Biioc uc
1958. budget. ." "-- -' Ut r-'
A spokesman for. the Housing' a
Home f inance Agency conceded
that not all of the cut announoed
by Cole last night would apply to
next year's budget. But he said he
understood it still fould be cut by
123 miluon dollars.? ' j ;
The .Appropriations Committee,
in acting on the $5,923,195,000 so so-called
called so-called independent offices bill,
made : its biggest reduction ; in
funds for th Civil Defense Admin Administration.
istration. Administration. It allowed only 39 J' mil million
lion million dollars of the 130 .million dol dollars
lars dollars .asked by Mr. Eisenhower,
The committee cited as,a-reason
for tht cut a Feb. 7 statement by
the President that .the threat of
an atomic attack "gross less, leinb)
think, every year." o
The 'committee lopped 149V4 mu mu-lion
lion mu-lion doUara off a' $2,840,300,000 re
quest for veterans compensation I
aiiu ichbwii. v. w
all four per cent reduction a Vet Veterans
erans Veterans Administration funds but
did .not touch money fqr.aospital
anl medical earn earn-j
j earn-j Budgets for '. the other minor
agencies were reduced altogether
by more than 3d per cenC:
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. .HOUSTON, Tex M'arcn 16 (UP)
Donald Raymond, who : had a
spat with his girl, wanted to ao
"somethini bit to impress her.
Sohe left a $5v,6fl earth movmf
machine in her fron yard at J;30
The girl, iarice Brasher, was
so impressed she called police
who charged Raumond, 28, with
disturbing the peace. r
After a round of taverns with,
an oU Navy friend, Raymond bor borrowed
rowed borrowed the 25-ton earth moving J
machine from a flood-control pro-,
ject end drove it to Miss Brash-!
er s home, mamma euros ana
picking up real estate en route.!
iie lert me macmne rammi
wid open" on her lawn and men
story or, page ; 6 .v
f-' Roosevelt i and Clark ver
nirea py tne Dominican Govern
ment on March V 1958. Under a ,s
two-year ,-. contract: x p lring;
March 1, 1958, the two acted a' -agents,
and were to be: paid $60,- J
000-ln fees for "advice. and cori- ".
sultation.'f Clark also' Is regis
tered as an. agent for the Span Spanish
ish Spanish '.Government. ;
yUnder'' th; Dominican agree-
ment,. they were to advise on -economic,:
financial" jand pollti-
They also were to give coun-
set on legislative matters, "espe-
cially those relative to- con',
gress and on woblems con.
teeming the executive branch of
the government and of the
tnlted Nations. - '-' ';
f Both. Clark and Roosevelt vis visited
ited visited Ciudad Trujillo 4ast March, v
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At 9:00 pffi.
JOHN H. HETMANN