The Panama American


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


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Panama -- Panama


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

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, 2nd XEAB

Panariia Favors: $ l-an-Hour ;
Canal Zone Minimum Wage
" WASHINGTON," March 22!; (UP) Panamanian Ambassador: Ricardo Arias said y
"today hs has been instructed by his government to "do everything possible" to-avoid ?
timfnatibn of the $f -per-hour minimum wage rate in the Canal Zone,
The pinamsnianambassadoF jfaid today, however, that it is .his government's
feeling that the $1 minirmmf "wllf in no way affect our economy."
, He said that he. was requested to make this view known by Panamanian Foreign :
Minister Aquilino Boyd. ' '

an nurse Helen Rose Stronacn,

, der crow-ex aminatte ll?J?'W h Rnf'-

don that tief -memwy
faulty on some of the evidence
the Crown hopes will Convict
Dr. John Bodkin Adams. ol
Nurses Log
Murder Case
LONDOK, March 22 (UP) -The
crown's esse against Dr. John
fiodkin Adams on murder charges
altered seriously again today.
One of the most important prose prosecution
cution prosecution witnesses told United iress
he was not looking forward to nw
"appearance on the stand. : J
This witness,- who nam
mutt be withheld, is pre-eminent.
In his i'tWw His tttimony would
have bti) 'std on tho oriBinI
; aff ida vils sivon by ..nurses whf
attonded Mrs. I dith Alie Mori
roll in htr- lest illness, r
. Dr. Xdaiss is accused of poi-
nnin the 81-vear-old widow with
o A

narcotics w oracr m sei a nuu a t
Royce. and ,a chest ot sUver left 5CCS LOnuOII S
him in her will.' ':'.'"."".":.,..... vj

Since the witness studied these
affidavits, however. the' Burses
. hsve been forced by the relentless
cross-examination of chief defense
counsel Geoffrey Lawrence to al
ter their original statements on

many important points w h i h : Londoners differed today concern-j
were noted in a daily record bookUn ner reaction. , i'4)

oi me worreu uiness. ine exist.- Tt Daily Sketch said tne prin prin-enct
enct prin-enct of this 'record apparently cess roared with laughter at,. the
was not known to the prosecution, play's fss and racy dialogue
which has been- trying desperately jstudded with four-letter words.

to hold its case together. since the
doors were imroaucea.
DotMttwo 5uprtntndnt Hr.
bert Hannam of Scotland Yard,
who diroctod tb investigation
which led up- to' the mwrdor
chargo aoalntt tn small town
physician, was ht court his
'- morning whan th fifth day .: of
.tho Vial oswfMd. Votoran court
correspondents said it was tho
first time thoy Could romombor romombor-tho
tho romombor-tho svoorVisina ffir o fa caso
itot baing prtHnt at tha trial.
Police aad court officials said
ney naa no taea-where be was.

They refused also to comment on. tor' to spread the word that be
reports the famous detective had would be perfectly safe as a chap chap-been
been chap-been asked to explain at Scotland, eron for wives, and several hus-i
Yard why the Crown did not know bands fall for the trick. -of
the aursi' log books, t ; 1 -.

Look Ma, No Cor
CHICAGO, March 22 (UP)
Hugh Walker, 40, tried to convince
a traffic court de it was aa au auto
to auto that looked like his that actual actually
ly actually was speeding when a police
squad car stopped him.
When Judge Eugene L. Wa Wa-ebowfld
ebowfld Wa-ebowfld asked what happened to
the othe auto wbea potice stopped!
B ui, "inn- rrpuea n h iutb-i
ed e and d.sapreared.7 ?
Ws!ler was Pied f and costsi
Via pohre eilo thre
ary p:re t t"rn left bere hi'
auto a as curhed. I

zXj vf UV,

1 (The Department'
of Labor
tuled recently that this mini
mum under the ; Fair Labor
Standards Aet ftDDUed to an in
dividual ship-loading job on' trte
Zone. The Act does not cover
U.S. agencies such as the Pan
ama Canal or Armed Forces).,
Wages of $1 an hour,became
the national standard by law
recently but the. V.S. Navy De Department,
partment, Department, speaking1 on behalf
of the u.S. Armed Services, ask
ed .the Labor ; committees of
the Senate and House to pass
legislation exempting the ca
nal Zone from the law on the
grounds ; that 'higher wages In
the U.S. territory wo'uld harm
the economy of the adjoining
Panamanian economy.
Arias, former President of
Panama, said he has always
held the view that higher liv living
ing living standards In the Canal
, Zone can only benefit, rather
than harm, the Panamanian
v"I have now' been Instructed,"
he declared,' to Viol- everything
I possibly can to avoid the eli elimination
mination elimination of the $1 minimum
that the SI. ware minimum
had een applicable techni J
cally since H, wag mstitutea
br law: in the United States,
but, that ,it ;'wa never put in-
to effect : until i some m laoer
onions formally complained
to the Labor Department.,
The bills to be introduced lrr;
Congress today, reportedly. W
not include any measure to al-.
low. an exemption for; Panama
riia.n emnloves from the U,Si
federal minimum wagB' require!
ment of si an hour.
House L a o or committee

purees said, h.we, they -anticipate
such a bill will be 1 Kc

4 Introduced. ; The Committee..
. approved such a bill last year,
but Jt was never passed by the
i House.' Panama now, favors
keeping the $1 standard with with-.'out
.'out with-.'out an exemption. ''. a'-i
.. Secretary of Labor James p.
Mitchell will testify Monday oft
a bill introduced earlier that
would keep the $1.00 federal
minimum wage law from apply
lng to the Panama Canal Zone,
Guam, and Waks Island, a Sen Senate
ate Senate Labor and Public Welfare
Princess Meg
Bawdiest Play
' LONDON, March 22 (UP)
Princess Margaret saw London's
hawrii cfava nil lt nioht hut
The Daily Express said she was
not amused.
But- msny qualified observers
! 1 l A t' a 1 1 1 J A At-
said she definitely laughed at the
300-year-oU. play, "The Country
Wife", aa ahe sat with Billy Wal
lace, ner escort. ? ?-."The
."The ?-."The pla,at the Adelphi Theater
is a salty commentary by William
Wycheriy on the' morals of London
in the17ti century. It cannot be
touched by the censor because it
was written before Britain's Cen Censorship
sorship Censorship Act of 1843. : :;
; The plot deals with the hazards
of iniidelitv. Its hero bribes a doe-;


" Tbe mobile bar of Colon's
Hotel i Washington was again
rolling and- open through
tbe longe and dining room at
A man who identified him-
elf aa m represenUtive of the
Panama government came and
aroe tne svcn seals slappfd
en the vehicle yesterday by
the Tatemal Ravenoe office.
He al removed a padlock,
TodaVa representative who
broke the seais said he was

Subcommittee spokesman an announced
nounced announced today. j
Mitchell has. already stated
that he is against such a pro
. posaK t 4, f
The bill was introduced In the
Senate two weeks ago by Sen. H.
Alexander Smith of New Jersey,
on behalf of the Department of
Only last week the Labor De
partment ruled that the $1.00
minimum wage law of the Fair
Labor Standards Act applies to
we ranama uanai zone.
- It ruled that stevedores who
objected to loading scrap aboard
a Japanese vessel for the $.60
prevailing minimum wage had
to be paid the $1.00 minimum
wage. '";
The labor department spokes spokesman
man spokesman said today wage and hour
officials are investigating the
On Monday hearings on the
extensions of the minimum wage
act, to certain overseas areas
will be concluded.-:, r i
. A r.rtmmlti.PA cnnlraeman hM
It was too early t j.aaywhich
Senators rfor:Bitgarnst' the1
measure, to ? date none have
made public1 statement? that
would Indicate their positions, s'
iNavy secretary Charles Thorn
as repeated at a v.h a a rin
Wednesday what he had aires v
mad- public In a lefter the pre-
viuua weeK. in:
Thomas, speaklntr for the Te-3i
pai uneni oi twiense saia that
extension or the $1.00 minimum
wage -u law to 1 the Canal Zone,
uum, wase jsiana, or to for
eigft countries where the United
states nas oases, would tost the
government a p p r o x 1 mately
$640,000,000 within the next two
Thomas based his fururea on
the large amount of construc
tion now going on and expected
in those areas.
': The' Navy Secretary -said the
$1.00 minimum wage law Is too
high for overseas areasHe ar argued
gued argued that the average wage paid
in areas like the Canal Zone
and foreign bases are lower than
the $1.00 minimum wage. s.
When the $1.M minimum
wage far paid In 'these areas,
'Thomas testified, it results in
, the disruption of the economy
of the country. He has not yet
'.made any public attempt to
reconcile this viewpoint with
Boyd's Instructions to Aras..
In addition io the minimum
Wage, Smith's bill would restrict
maximum' hours and child labor
laws from applying to the Canal
Zone and outer offshore areas.
The bill also provides for the

committee, that would recom-l:.TB"

, vwuu.iiitkv v i SMUUflbaJ I

mend minimum waee .laws .lnfM"- Betty Myers, wnose sepsrs-

tnese areas. This set up is now
la operation In Puerto Rico, the
Virgin Islands, and American
...-?' "":":- ";.. 'T- 1
4 tv. Mtnimnni nmi.inna4
'of the Fair Labor Standards Act
I- .. .
nt 101 annllaa ist amnlnui f
U.S. tontractors eneaeed ln

commerce or the production of!pu'nd coldly rejected ber wiieiy
goods for commerce wherever. Iwe on several occasions onee

the UJ3. flag flies.
Male Bag
RICHMOND, Vs. March 2 (UP)
--The city personnel department
has decided to change the worrk
ik a,f aa .Hvart imnt 4nr a man
p collect live and dead animals,
The earlier ad, which got no re

sbonse,-advertised for an "animal. i am writing a doobj on tne xuui
collector, dead or alive." ' idimension and I want to be

doing se on order ef the Man
The Isthmus was batting to today
day today with word ef the Internal
'Re venae crackdown by Pana Panama
ma Panama at the Washington.
- The mobile bar was sealed
and padlocked y e s te rday,
without warning, at 3:31 p.m.
wbNe the Colon bostlery was
filled with tourists off tbe
em tee ship Olympic and a
Panama Line ship.
Startled tourists Ted te
other oases.

Il fft people know the truth and the



5 Years' Ganboa

Cristobal Cop Catches
Briton, With
A young English second mate' Wednesday importing narco

tics Into the Canal Zone off
sentenced yesterday to five years

' .. Wilfred Michael Coates, Z5, ofHarogate, Yorasnu-e,. pieaaea
guilty to the charge In Cristobal Division of the U. S., District

, Of medium height and build,
Justice. He is of fair complexion
is single.
His offense was the first first-cast
cast first-cast of narcotics Importation
here since revision of U. 8.
Federal statutes last summer
"put teeth'! Into ; the anti anti-narcotics
narcotics anti-narcotics laws. J v.;
The five-year sentence was
the minimum, for i the offense
of which Coates was 'declared
guilty under Sec. 174, Title "1 of
the United States Cods.
Last year's revision of the
Federal Anti-Narcotics Laws
also prohibits suspension. exo
neration' or probation of a sen
tence, imposed for the importa importation
tion importation or, exportation of narco narcotics
tics narcotics to or from the United
States, or areas under its Juris Jurisdiction..'
diction..' Jurisdiction..' V' ; -.,:
Coates was caught by Canal
Zone police Sgt. Charles Smith
as he was leaving the Cristobal
Industrial area where the Hong
Kong Fir Is tied rap. lor main main-engine,
engine, main-engine, repairs. $; v :;
Smith had previously receiv?
ed-a i tip that somebody from
aboard'- the broken-down Brlk
ih freis:hter might'-be irylng
W pifSdaieTnoTT5TmTe77-,' -
AS Coates started out Of the
area In ran automobile, Smith
intercepted him. At first Coates
seemed very nervous but then
agreed to permit himself to be
searched. fv-i y..z v, .;.
He was' 'found te have IS
ampules of a morphine com compound.
pound. compound. A hypodermic needle
comes attached to each am ampule
pule ampule of this type. Each am.
pule resembles a small tube
of toothpaste. V V-,
, V-, The ampules were later Iden Identified
tified Identified as ,x having been taken
from the ship's stores of the
drug which were in custody of
Second Mate Coates. He some sometimes
times sometimes used them, in giving first
": Each ampule, It Is under understood.'
stood.' understood.' Is worth about 50 cents
when bought in the legal com
mercial market. J3ui drug ad ad-dicta
dicta ad-dicta will pay $9. S10. $15 or no
to $20 fori an ampule, accord
ing to their degree of addiction

CiJTvyMbther Of Shapely Actress
Suing Husband For; Lack Of Love

NEW YORK (TtJP)-lThe shapely
b!?nd er of eurvy,vyout.g
actress Tins Louise, found that
living with a husband more inter interested
ested interested in the "fifth dimension",
than in romance left her ."shiver-
ing and shaking
wss tne unnsppy uio ot
- .. a C a at
uon ,uu
Myr w" ,chedult,id ? b
""V? today-with the Broadway
siar moiuer onco again, on uie
witness stand.; v' '',
Mrs. Myers, displaying more
ithstsa a facial resemblance to her
J 1 a am aa al a. njiktAal trtt It A fVa
IglamOT glT flaugnter. 1010 JUOge
lMmTU1 E- Spector Wednesday her
even hauling her off his bed by
tne legs.
There wss the time on Nov. 1,
1955, she said, Just, after "my
husband returned after a trip out
west." '-
"I got undressed "and ready to
retire," said Mrs. Myers.. 'My
husband Went 'to
his room sod
jl followed him there hi my nig ht-
cloUies. H said, 'Don't bother me.
Earlier this snomtng, before
H became known that the bar
had been unsealed, a Balboa
Heights source aaid: .-
"Since th hotel has been
kept open as aa accommoda accommodation
tion accommodation to the Panamanian gov government,
ernment, government, the Panasra Canal
Company apparently te faced
with the proposition that It tt
Is most desirable at this point
to close the entire hotel."
For more than two years, tbe
hotel has been kept open on a
courtesy basts. A request that

country is safe 'Abraham Lincoln

MARCH 22," 1957 5
the freighter Hong Kong Fir was
In Gamboa penitentiary.
Coates looked thin as he faced
and wears a small goatee, He
anct ability
to ., 'produce
Coates was brought first to
Cristobal Magistrate's Court
Where he waived preliminary
hearing and was bound over
for trial. "" '':-
Yesterday .afternoon, for
the conveniente of the de defendant,
fendant, defendant, Judge Guthrie F.
Crowe, District Attorney
Rowland K. Hazard and Pub Public
lic Public Defender William J. Sheri Sheridan,
dan, Sheridan, Jr., made m special trip -to
Court was f orma lly 1 opened
and Coates made his plea.
Hazard recommen d ed the
minimum sentence. It haying
been determined that Coates
has no previous criminal record
In the Canal Zone or In the
United States.
Public Defender Sheridan
"My hands are ttedy In view
of the mandatory nature of the
sentence. Nothing I can say
would be of value, , i i
. Coates i -'faced maximum
senteneeof-W years nlusot fine
of,- $20,000." Before rthe law- was
revised, ; the mandatory mini-
mnst ;was two years for a first
offender who v committed the
same rime. The maximum was
five years.
During Investigation of .the
ease,? it became known that
Coates might have been In Involved
volved Involved in similar narcotics
Infraction reeentlv when the
ahln tut Into Newport News,
Vlrrlnla. ; -(.v:
The vessel Is en route from
Liverpool to Okasaka, Japan,
with a cargo of coal. She has
been under repairs since last
Friday, and Is expected to sail
for the Orient Sundav. The
Royal Netherlands 8. .8. Com
pany Is the agent for the ves
It-fa-understood Coates had
been's working on the China
coast for several vears and was
hired v the shin s agents in
Honr Kong on the vessel's last
trio there.
A little later that night, she said,
"I put my arms around him and
asked him to kiss me." -',
But all she got for her trouble,
she claimed, waa the 'answer,
"Don't bother me. I ste too much
for dinner. I want a pill." v
"He then asked me to get off
the bed," she said. "And the next
thing I knew he grabbed me by
the legs and dragged me off the
bed and dragged me to the door.
After this incident, she ssid, "I
wss shivering snd shaking and
went. back to my room crying."
' Mrs Myers told of similar inci
dents in -October and December
195S, when she found her husband
"cold" to her wish for affection.
Disputes with Myers for eta
daughter Tina, who plays s glamor
role in the Broadway show "L'il
Abner. to move out so she could
hsve her rest' uninterrupted."
she said. ;
Spector rebuffed an. attempt bv
Mrs. Myert attorney to introduce
into evidence two boxes of slides,
wmcn he descnoea as porne porne-grsphic
grsphic porne-grsphic and ssid they had been
taken from one of Myers' four
closets, i
this be done was uaade by the
late President Jooe AnUn'e
Reman after Motta Brothers,
who rented the hostelry, elat elated
ed elated it because tt waa unprefiu unprefiu-We.
We. unprefiu-We. i. t
- i -"
Panamanians then wanted
the betel kept ope because it
is Colon's only tourist hotel.
The nsaua bar was never re re-opeod
opeod re-opeod except for a brief time
iiffivt tbe Rotary Convention
at tbe hotel last twonth. Pre Previously
viously Previously aad aiaee, drinks have


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Legislation to authorize a new Canal Zone wage plan and to extend
the Civil Service Retirement Act to all employes of United States Gov
ernment agencies in the Canal Zone has been submitted tn th UUoA

States Congress,; it was
me L.anai Lone toaay,
of $250,000 by the Rosario Min Mining
ing Mining Company in the construc construction
tion construction of a road at Las Minas and
the mining of manganese was
reported today by El Dia.
The company is only awaiting
a decision from the Panama gov government
ernment government to start operating, the
tabloid said.
The noon tabloid daily La
flora, reported that probings
for oil has been underway at
Escobal,. Colon, for the past
several weeks.
- The Surveys are being made by
geologist Frank Sward and Pan-
amaniaist:'engiiieer' Jose Rr tv.h?
rea'tOrthe Pretrolex company
Dr. iMariK RognohL'i medical
director of the Santo Tom as
Hospital,, today denied La Ho Ho-ra's
ra's Ho-ra's report that the use of the
hospital's telephones was denied
a nurse who wanted to call her
home to inquir Into the health
of a relative. J.,

.ih.j Vvi. i. H..,'thi Canal Zone up to the maxi'

whuku, .uuwctci, inak
the use of the '' hospital's tele
phones are limited only to doc
tors and nurses making calls in
connection witn tneir duties,
: The Ministry of Education has
been invited by the Dominican
Republic to send a folklore de delegation
legation delegation to the 25th anniversary
celebration Of the foundation of
the radio-television palace of La
voz Dominicana in July.
-..( ,oOo
El Dia's Colon correspondent
reported the theft of mite box
and a candlestick with a silver
crucifix front Christ Church
by the Sea.
v The pastor, the Rev. James (?.
Farmer, is said to have told
detectives he was confident that
his prayers would make the
thief bring back 1 the stolen
items,',;;., ..
RP Boy Flies To IIY
To Begin Trealmenl
For Cancer 01 Eye
NEW YORK. March (UP)
Through the combined efforts of
the American) and Panamanian
chapters of the Red Cross, snd at
the request of Sefiors Ernesto ds
la Guardia Jr., wife of the Presi
dent of Panama, young Hodouo
Veles was flown here to undergo
treatment for cancer of the eye.
Tbe boy has lost one eye to the
dread disease, and was flown
here yesterday for treatment in
hopes that the ether eye could be
saved. t
The New York chapter of the
Red CrAss bss arranged treat treatments
ments treatments for the boy with the Insti
tute of Opthamotogy at S a a t e
Tom as Hospital in Panama City.
The boy will stay at the f
valle School for the RUind run by
the Sisters ot St Dominick. at
ziin ana rauranig
Bronx. H will be taken te and
- a iL.
irom imiciww ami miai
the Red Cross vehicle service.
Wo sorted off the mabfle
The Chief oi Police t Colon
said today b suadentwod, the
eloaaro waa mads becatwe the
bar "das not have a Ufer U-
, .
" Operatioa of the Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, It la understood, to not
taxable b Panama under a
Ion r-term arrawrement. The
hotel ss among the prer1y to
b uansferred to Pamwia un under
der under tbe MiJ r-r5 trusty.

Wage in Any Grade

Of Nationality;

US-Rate Differentials

announced simultaneously
r, f

Uncle the new wage plan, all employes performing
the same work will have the same title nni th. MM

A SVStem of evaluntinn

sitions Twill be applied impartially.
The wage plan will brovide for th

py f grade level, regardless of the nation
ality of the employe holding the job.

fif ,Jht .Canal Zone wage plan, when adopted,,, wfll be
tpplicsble to all civilian employes pf United States Gov?
rnment agencies in the Canal Zone and is expected to cost
an additional $1,213,000 per year.
It is designed to implement in every respect the labor
commjtments made by the United States In the Memoran;
dum of Understandings Reached which accomnanlari Mi.

1955 Trearty with Panama.

..vM,l? fvWd: ia .Ae-yVifcuioiandumlJ.S. citisens will have add"-,
ed to their basic pay their overseas and tax differentials. ,. 1
The' nronosed lerialatlon nrnvid.a that tk... jiMU..n...

.win be a part of total pay for .purposes of computing retirement,
evertime py. insurance, leave and injury and death compensa compensation.
tion. compensation. r ... ...

The Canal Zone wage plan
will provide for a schedule of
basic wage rates ranging from
me present minimum
rate in
, mUn, mrrent.1v nnlrt laaa
the overseas and tax differen differentials.'
tials.' differentials.' ",
The plan provides that no
employe will have his pay rate
reduced as a result of the ap application
plication application of the new schedules,
so long as the employe re remains
mains remains in his present position
or one of equivalent or higher
level. k
Plans for a Canal Zone merit
system, patterned after th U.S.
Civil Service competitive system.
re oemg worxea out ny the a a-gencles
gencles a-gencles in the Canal Zone to In.
sure equality of opportunity, for
employment or all U.S. and non non-U.S.
U.S. non-U.S. cltlznens. w,
This merit system is design
ed to get the best man for the
job regardless of nationality,
i i
Clearing Of Civil
Rights Bill Asked
By House Members;
tour Democratic members of
me nouse Rules Committee today
asked Chairman Howard W.
Smith (D-Va) to call committee
meeting to set a date for hear hearings
ings hearings on a resolution to 'clear the
civ J tights bill for House action.,
Tne resolution, by Rep. Richard
Boiling (D-Mo), calls for one day
of House debate on the bill and
an open rule permitting amend amendments.
ments. amendments. t,
The House Judiciary Committee
meanwhile formally asked the
Rules Committee for hearings on
the racial rights measure itself.
Boiling said the four Democrats
want to prevent stalling on the
does not within thre days call a
jipecill neeting to be held within
uuv vaTa IWIS a ajlfl SIA1
under House
iiU if Cm Wh
- week a mstontv of the mm.
mlttee csa call one. Io that event
tbe Democrats would seek three
additional votes from Republican
committee members.
If the maneuver works. Boiling
ssid, the bill could be brought up
for a vote immediately after the
Easter recess April 11-29.
Dead End
TTT T K 1 Varrk M riT'

Mrs. Rita Falloa eomplained to each day during tbe fouowing fouowing-ponce
ponce fouowing-ponce that hvtng ea a dead-end! hours: O0 a m. to 11:00 a.m. and
street is no reason her driveway! P :00 n.
should look like a cemetery. j All adult residents are urrl
Mrs. ralloe said hearses and fu-;le make ue of thi service srn srn-eral
eral srn-eral cars se bee a usirg her dnve sored bv the Hl'h Derrmr-
way It turning around when re-, in eonneratMve w"h the Rai2
taroici tram a nearby cemetery. 'Citg Civic Counc4

riim COU

in Washington and 'in
. ----- yw fwniw
rWcifvin nnJ -u lL


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publicity "win h tv.
vacancies exist, and those inter- ';
ested in beincr emnlnvaH rl)l Ka,
given -an opportunity to apply.
umuicauon sianoaras based
on competence and fitness will
be impartially .applied. 1 ;
The merit system will alas
provide for non-discriminatory
retention rights for all employes.
In accordance. with the Mem Memorandum
orandum Memorandum of Understandings
Reached, separate provisions are
being made for security pobi pobi-tions.
tions. pobi-tions.
Every effort will be made "to
restrict these Jobs to a number
consistent with minimum se
curity requirements. w
All employes will be afforded
equal opportunity to participate
in training programs conducted
by the various agencies in tht
Canal Zone.
Bill For Uppcd l
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(UP)i in addition to proposed
legislation on equal pay Jor
equal work sent to Congress-today
by the Director of the
Budget Bureau, at least one
other measure also Is yet to be
sent to Congress.
It is a bill to provide funds for
Increasing the annual annuity'
to the Panamanian government
from $400,000 to $1,900,000 -a
year. v?.'
The question involved In this
bill is whether the increased an annuity
nuity annuity is to be paid from the In Income
come Income of the Canal Company or
from the U. 8. Treasury.
Other points expected to be
covered shorty are (11 the
transmission, of about $30,000.0(0
worth of land back to Panama,
and (2) funds, to build a $20,. $20,.-000,000
000,000 $20,.-000,000 bridge at Balboa.
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beginning Monday morning at v
for smallpox vaccination. This
public health service is free ef
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have not been vaccinated with us
tbe last three vears.




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Visitor to Africa Returns With Souvenirs


,'. : ,, '
' I am sick and tired of this Presley-Lymon feilfl. "Secis to
Se there are a lot of so-called jazz enthusiasts who know noth noth-g
g noth-g about a really exciting flelo the field of jazz.
! Popular stylists can come and go, but wnen it comes to real
iazz, tnere are a handful of "greats;, who will live as long as
ibeople continue to listen to music forever, I hope.
J Some have passed from the scene, but names luce Jelly Rou
Morton, Jack Teagarden, and, of course, the versatile, irrespre irrespre-lible
lible irrespre-lible Louis Armstrong have records that are collectors .items.
And in the ranks of female Jazz singers, can you argue?
There's Mildred Bailey, Billie Holliday and the versatile Ella
Fitzgerald, who Is equally proficient at bop, rock 'n' roll and
right ballads. Are there any who can rank with them.
. Music Lover



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Colon As we approached the half way mark across the Trans Trans-Isthmian
Isthmian Trans-Isthmian highway the car developed some kind of trouble,
Which, of course, we were not familiar with. All kinds of smoke
eame from the car, so we stopped at the edge of the highway
fo find out what was the cause of the smoke.
As we stood looking at the different parts of the car, figur figuring
ing figuring what could possibiy be the cause of its burning, a gentle gentle-man
man gentle-man who was driving a station wagon going towards Panama
came over to us and asked if he could be of some assistance.
After he" InsDected the car thoroughly, he discovered there

was ouite a cash in the water hose. He then decided that we

couldn't stay there all night, so he tied a cable to his car and
TmiftAeA to haul us into colon, where after some minutes

filter we reached home safely. ,'
Thi. kinrt 0-finr.iernB.n is Lt. Col.v Bennett of Fort Clayton.

We both hereby want to thank him most sincerely for his end endless
less endless efforts, consideration and kindness that he bestowed upon

Us wnen we inaeea neeaca aasistanac, nuu .coywuwij ivi b"-b
out of his way to help us. The Army is fortunate to have such
at fine gentleman as Lt. Col. Bennett.
Thank you once again, Lt. Col. Bennett, and may God bless
2(pu and rewarH you for your kindness. v

The Two Girls In Distress


r Why is the General Manager's Office being moved to Bal Bal-Hoa?
Hoa? Bal-Hoa? The building It is. being moved to requires extensive re repairs.
pairs. repairs. Rumot is that it will cost a?ud $50,060 to do thwo
The office building at Mt.'Hope is Inlgood condition. Wouldat
it be less expensive for Mr. Crook to visit the Atlantic side once
stfweek rather than move the GMO personnel over to him?
IS Why wasn't a plan proposed for transferlrng the storehouse

Chfflce to Mt. Hope? There is plenty of room and also tne
necessary warehousing space witli railroad tracks leading into

the area from the piers.
". Cristobal is still the Drlnclpal n0rt of entry for all shipping.

lailt not? Or do thev Dlan to route all the ships through to

Relfinn. for nnloadlne?

1 The businessmen in Colon wonder about this move too. Why

tafe awav more business from them when it is hard enough

far them to survive as lt is. Wholesale housewares and whole-

aai ahoei have already been moved to Balboa. Why?

!! Instead of nulling everything over to Balboa Jit's crowded

enough over ;there now) why not bring some of the prosperity
Wer to the Atlantic Side. Suppose, (let's hope not) there ever
should be another war, wouldn't it look funny to find every everything
thing everything so conveniently consolidated into one area so the enemy
wuld ot have to bomb both sides of the Isthmus? One side
would do it.
1 please Mr. Expert. Investigate this matter thoroughly before
ytJu say "well done, my lads." You can still cut personnel but
let's stay on this side for a change.
J! An Unhappy Atlantic Slder


CHICAGO: Now we're beine

tout mat it is "in Daa taste to

criticize Dave Beck, until recently

a misplaced person. We're being
told this by a big genial fellow just
back from darkest Africa a fel

low by the name of Bui Scnmtzler,

ex-baker. Tv"

Good old Bill doesn't seem to

like the Senate racket busting

committee. inar mignt not-make

too much difference in our cultural

history, but for the fact that Bill

Schnitzler is second-in-command

of the AFL-CIO. He is Secretary-

Treasurer and just back from Ca

sabianca and the Gold Coast.

Maybe he doesn't know what';

been happening, but the other day

Lhere in Chicago he unleashed One

from the fioor at Jim Carey who
has been on thf hustings berating

Beck. Carey s attacks were "in

bad taste said the second highest

officer in the AFL-OIO. At the

same time Schnitzler blasted the

Senate probe, we don't know why,

Schnitzler seems to have talked

too soon. The New York probe is
coming up and it, will be just as

messy as Portland maybe more


To show you just how messy,

I report to you the action of'

Something called the Allied In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Workers nee the United
Auto Workers-AFL, which b not
to be confused with Walter Reu Reu-ther'
ther' Reu-ther' former CIO outfit.,

The Allied Industrial Worker's

eastern division was once run by.
Johnny Dio, who needs no other

vitriolic description here. At the

Miami Beach midwinter session

of the AFL-CIO high command.

the climate was right and the high

council gave thi$ 75,000 member
union exactly 90 days to clean up

or Deupendea and: finally ex expelled.;'
pelled.;' expelled.;' f
The AIW national office, whim whimsically
sically whimsically located in Hollywood, part

ed company with its Secretary
Treasurer Anthony Doria, Dio's

bon ami, and then tried to clean

up its .New York outfits. It sus

pended eastern local charters. It
fined 20 representatives. Then the
AIW. simply quit the New York

area. Its president said the

district was hopeless and "is still

a mess."


- I am v veteran of the United States Army with a service service-cohnected
cohnected service-cohnected disability. I am drawing a compensation and am a
Panamanian. Under the GI Bill of Rights we veterans are
Jjowed certain privileges which are not being granted to us
why I do not know.

j! D Educational rights. If you are not a citizen of the
1 United States or do hot have legal residence on the Ca-
nai Zone you are not allowed to go to school, yet there
I! are many non-citi?enj who reside in Panama attending
1 school in Balboa.


2) Employment. Job counseling and employment services
are rendered through local offices of State Employment
Services in cooperation with United States Employment
Service and Veteran Administration, but until now noth nothing.
ing. nothing.

3) Unemployment compensation. $26 a week, and not to
exceed 26 weeks, but none of us. Panamanians have re received
ceived received that as yet, and we have been unemployed for
several years, yet when we go to the out-patient clinic
for medical treatment we are charged a fee of $4 to see
the doctor, which is very hard on most of us who are

4) Loan Guaranty. This is for purchase or construction
of a home or business establishment or equipment. We
do not get it either. I for one have my own land, but
am lacking funds to build my own house, and if I were
to get that loan and build my home It would be quite
embarrassing to see that I cannot repay it because I
am unemployed.

t) Hospitalization. This is the only benefit we aet. Vet

erans Administration pays our bill. But if it ia a mat

ter for which we do not need to be hosrjit.iizd. theni

w have to foot the bill. This leads us to beg or borrow
money. When we are hospitalized, we are charged VS.
rate and yet we are placed in local-raU wards. Why be

6) Insurance. Many of us would have kept our policy
- for life insurance, but then we would be lacking funds
to keep up the monthly payments.
T) American Legion and Veteran of Foreign Wars. I for
one would be glad and thankful to become a member of
these two organizations, but there are certain clauses
I that exempt us.
- These problems art shared by several Panamanian rolun rolun-rs
rs rolun-rs of the Korean conflict who rendered service in the OA
tnny. I am also ready for criticism from anyone.

This mess is what originally
provoked the Senate hearings, a-

way back.. And the Senate inves investigating
tigating investigating roster reveals, there are

20 more messes which won't ex

acny maite roruand vice seem

like the Black Hole of Calcutta,

Some of these AIW local had

tie-ins with some Teamsters. Oth.

ers had dual citizenship inside la labor
bor labor because they 'had charters in
the Teamster Union, too. It was

Dave Beck who issued those char


The records will show that
some of Jim Carey's men hevo
boon beaten and pushed around
by men tied in with those unions
the Allied Industrial Workers
have just unked and, brother,
when a national union junks
some, of its locals, that's news.

So Jim Carey, president of the

International Union of Electrical

workers and vicenresident of the

awo, just pushed back by in insulting
sulting insulting Beck. Now comes the set

ona mgncs; AfXrCiu official ao-

yiyian me siais 10 Jim.

Carey can't fathom all this. He

points to the AFL-CIO charter and

10 a resolution passed bv labor's

merger convention in December


This makes it mandatory for all

officers to go after those who are

hurting labor's reputation. To wit

"The American labor movement
has ever been quick in its denun denunciation
ciation denunciation of public officials who be

tray ineir trust," the '55 conven convention
tion convention said. : f'

We have? been eouauV critical

of businessmen who have used cor

rupt methods and bribery to gain

their selfish acquisitve ends. We

must be equally quick to recog recognize
nize recognize and condemn those instances
of racketeering,, corruption and
disregard for- ethical standards
when they occur inside our labor
"The vast majority of labor
union officials accept their res responsibility
ponsibility responsibility anal trust.
"Yet the reputations of the
vast maierity are Imperiled by
the dishonest, corrupt, unethical
practice of the few who botray
their trust, and who look upon
the trade union movement not
s a brotherhood to servo the
tonerel welfare but as a means
to advance their own selfish pur purposes
poses purposes or to forward the aims of
groups or' erf onixetion who
would destroy oar democratic

n it

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Nof Mad, Just Mean

This is the law of labor? Official

ly adopted. It is not a matter of

taste. It is a matter of duty, says
Carey. This is the moment for a

moment with Aristotle on logic

and morality but whose union
business agent is he tnywsy?.

The soundest niece of juridical

procedure I've struck in a coon's

age came from a New York
judge the other day when Magis Magistrate
trate Magistrate John R. Starkey of Queens
turned down a request for a psy psychiatric
chiatric psychiatric examination of a young
hoodlum charged with two kill


indicating one Richard Marx,

22, Judge Starkey rose to remark

tnat Marx was "an enemy of so

clety, progressing from bad to

worse, and this does not mean

that he has mental illness."
Marx's attorney, Chris Gorman,
cited Marx's prison record in

cluding stretches in a' reformato

ry, m Leavenworth, indln- a Mis Missouri
souri Missouri prison as Indicative ;of men mental
tal mental unease. K ""

Marx, his brother, Roy, and
one Robert Vankoskl, have all

been denied bail until hearings
for the holdup killings of a dime
store manager and a cab driver,
with robbery as the motive.'
Ever so slowly, bit by b t,

there seems to be a growing reali

zation that the young thugs, the

thieves and muggers, the wanton

murderers and thrul-kiilers are

not actively insane but just plain

mean. : ?
A plea of insanity more and

more becomes a shield for the

200-pound "youths" who d 0 n't

"know no better," due to being
"misunderstood" or some such.

There was a recent example of

such a youth named Laverne
Squires who was tucked away in
the criminally Insane bin at New
York's Mattawan after he was
charged with killing another
"youth" in front of a candy store.

They sprung mm -as. sane on

May 1, 1956, and straight away he

got nimseif a job as a youtn coun

selor, for heaven's sake, at a New

xore settlement nouse.
He was recently arrested on

homicide charge in the fatal beat

ing of an elevator operator. Po

lice said that Squires was traced

through fingerprints left on the
pipe that bludgeoned the. elevator

man to death.

I can also remember, a few
years back, another Mattawan a-

lumnus named Willie Somebody,
discharged as mildly frustrated,

who took out his frustratibn by fa

tally carving up the first four or

five neonie he met lust after dis

charge. I suppose you could say

that he was truly nutsr 1
'And now I 'see that a cherubic

blue-eyed blonde boy of 15. who

has confessed the murder of one
woman and the almost-fatal club

bing of another, with robbery as

a motive, is now going on trial as

a naughty boy, rawer tnan as a

"This is because of a New Jer

sey ruling which says that any
felon under 18 must be tried only

for juvenile delinquency.

It stems from a supreme uonri

ruling in the case of the Maho-

hans, father and son, charged
wtlh double murder In a tavern
stlckup. Papa Monohan drew the

hot seat; young Michael got away

with a trial for juvenile delinquen

cy- .

Young wniiam Kicnara momcs.

confessed murderer, is now being
held in the Children's Shelter at
Wayne, N.J. Young Monks has not
been what you might call a bad

boy, except for alleged bicycle

WASHINGTON There is one puller's, directors, lnhhvl.t.

thefts, bouse burglaries and odd
larceny. He was said to be a great
admirer of an older brother, now

have W Stor ifi! JiSSfL" -J1

classmates by beating them up

man who's laughing up his sleeve
at the midnight arrest of Team

sters boss Jimmy Hoffa for .al

legedly trying to bribe an agent
of the Senate Racikets Commit


He is cantakerous Congressman
Clare Hoffman of Michigan, who
started a probe of Hoffa and the

Teamsters three years ago,' but

was abruptly and unceremonious unceremoniously
ly unceremoniously stopped by none other than a

member of the Eisenhower Cabi

net, Postmaster GeneraLSummer-


Congressmen Hoffman, Repub
lican, together with Wint Smith
of Kansas, Republicen, and Phil
M. Landrum of Georgia, Demo
erat, were- investigating t h o
Teamsters;i when suddenly word
camo from the Whit House via
COP, House leader Charley Hal Hal-leek
leek Hal-leek of Indiana to call eff the

Hoffman .was so lricea tnat ne

made a speech on the. House

floor ; complaining that his ; sub

committee- on Labor Racketeering

and Welfare Funds "had but bare

ly entered upon its investigation

when apparently xor political rea

sons it wa liquidated."

Smith also complained to news

men. After tne hearmg on.iietroit
labor racketeering closed, Smith

stated that it was being termmat

ed because of ."pressure

"Where does the pressure come

from?" Smith was asked

"From so high," Smith told

newsmen looking at the ceiling,

that I can't even discuss it."

Inside fact, as revealed by this

column Aoril 13. 1954. was 'that

high Republicans in Michigan, led

bv Postmaster General Summer

field, made a deal with the Team

sters to support Sen, Homer Fer Ferguson,
guson, Ferguson, Republican, for re-election,

In return, investigation ox not-

fa and the Teamsters was droped.

Fercuson in 1954 faced a tough

re-election battle with tne lato ex.
Sen. Blair Moody; Democrat, run

If or their, lunch money.

A recent New York cnmo sur survey;
vey; survey; described as "shocking"' by
the police commissioner, showed
juvenile crime up 32.5 per cent

from i 1955 : for crooks under 16,

and 127 per cent for those from
l-t0'20, w-Y"-.,,
Among : children (children ) un

der-16, rape was up 43 per cent,
sodomy 109.9, -arson 182.1, assault

40.4, dangerous weapons 92.1, au

to theft 3,- roonery,i8., and our our-ghtry
ghtry our-ghtry J.,3; ft'tl cent. ?Murder jump

ed 26 per centk. -t -All
these dear- little sta tisfic tisfic-compilers
compilers tisfic-compilers are classed as: juveniles,

of cdurse. But it seems to me

that a fellow who is old enough to
. it.

rape, roD, muraer, ourn, commit

sodomy, burgle and steal autos is
old enoueh to absorb a punish

ment commensurate with, the

crime.. .-' -v

The late Giovanna G l a m b r a,

aluesed to death in a purse-snatch

ing by one of our young neroes,

is no less dead oecause 01 ner as

sailants youth. s 1 v : : -. r ;

Police Commissioner Stephen P

Kennedy said a thing I liked: "We

have strayed too far from basic
police functions in favor of social

case-work concepts. Police func

tions are enforcement, apprenen

sion, and prevention. we xeei

the time nas come tor reapprais


There is very little more to be


rWhaf A Nightmare!


last word in coffee breaks has
been introduced here. And it
isn't in a government office

either. ; ??.

At the modernistic new head

quarters 'of the National Associa

tion of Home Builders here, a

maid in black uniform with starch

ed white aoron. collar, cuffs and

kerchief comes around at 10 a.m.

and 3 p.m. .;

She delivers coffee right to the

downtrodden workers desks.

For free.
She pushes a neat little rubber-

tired cart before her, carrying

steaming pots of coffee and tea,
sugar and cream, cups and sauc


Joseph r Beory,
US M190263
11th Airborne Infantry Div.
. Co. -B." lUth A.L Reg.

As an extra service provided

by the maid on her own, she will

sell the help a homemade Cruller
or cake' for a nickel or a dime.

U give them something to wash
Later the maid comes back to
give you seconds if you want
them, or to pick up the dirty dishes.


name of greater efficiency. PiA PiA-HB
HB PiA-HB directors slave-driving task taskmasters
masters taskmasters that they are figured
they'd get more work out of their
102 employee if the coffee was
brought right to their desks.
Formerly, the employes traipsed

out to a coffee bar at odd moments
all day long, standing around and
gossiping half an. hour at a time.
Now they keep right on working

h-between sips, that is.

Now thi innovation may be all

right for a private business organ-,
ization. But it is considered a

dangerous precedent, fraught with

tbe utmost significance in your

nation's capiUL For this is tne

places where efficiency experts
and tbe taxpayers like to kick gov

ernment ci-.-il service employes a a-round
round a-round foe being such coffee-breaking

years ago dedicated to the aboli abolition
tion abolition of the coffee break. Some Somewhat
what Somewhat to its consternation, the si

tuation remains as was, is now,

and ever shall be. ...


Dorothy Malone, back In Holly
wood after six years absence
a blonde this time. As a bru brunette
nette brunette Dorothy's career skidded
to a bait, but tbe same girl, this
time with golden tresses, hat
tvon naughty girl parts in "Bat "Battle
tle "Battle Cry, and "Written on the
Wind." She has been nominat nominated
ed nominated for an Oscar as the year's;
best supporting actress for' the
latter film. Dorothy aeems to
have proved her contention that
Hollywood prefers blondes. J

And some of the most ardent
new Republican bosses are among

the most notorious all-day coffee
sippers in town.

.Ponder what the situation would
be if the Home Builders' coffee-

delivered to the desk system

were miroaucea in government of
fices: , .

mere are around 230,000 gov government
ernment government employes in Greater
Washington. If one maid could

serve 100 desks a day, 2,300 maids

would have to be hired and 2,300

ruooer-tirec. serving carts -would
have to be bought, with coffee
and teapots, sugar bowls and

creamers, jben 230.000 cans.

saucers and spoons.
The way things are today, the
temperance stimulants for govern

ment, as many people mistaken

ly oeneve. it operates 43 cafe

terias ana .30 snack bars in gov

ernment omce ouuaings. And tbe
rules under which it operates are

aiuerent in every agency

SOME SNACK BARS are kept o o-pen
pen o-pen all day. Others are kept clos closed
ed closed till u a.m. But it has been not noted
ed noted that in these latter places, the
line-up of secretaries with letter

trays tu carry coffee in paper
cups and soft drinks back to the
co-workers and the boss be

gins to form at 10:30.

Soma bosses even have their

secretaries keen coffee hrewinr in

the office all day long, and con consume
sume consume gallons. -At the open-all-day

snaca oars, tnere are a few six-cup-a-day

I'M says it' served over 27 mil

lion cafeteria meals and nearly

10 million snacks last year. Includ

ed in that are aa estimated 20

million cups of coffee, with and

between meals.

GSI guesses its customers are

about half of the 160.000 govern

ment workers in the buildings it

But it's all self service. They

don't deliver it to the desks for
free like NAHB yet.

the middle of the primary camp-

agin, and Pat Mcmmara, a long longtime
time longtime member of the Detroit City

Council and a strong A L, leader.

was nominate!..-' ;
In the final election, McNama

ra, to the- surprise of everyone,

defeated Ferguson. -
Hoffman's probe of the team

st ers had just begun to strike pay

dirt when "those -on high" inter intervened.
vened. intervened. -.: ..'
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He was looking i inte alleges!
Teamster pressure en automa automatic
tic automatic car-wash employers te make
payoffs; else into property ac acquired
quired acquired by Hoffa' wife end Mrs.
Bert Brfnnon, wife : of another
Teamster chief, after Hoffman

"and Brennon had settled as triko
In Flint, Mich.
Partly as a result of the probe,

a Wayne County grand jury in

dicted. 12 leading Teamsters -in

cluding William F. Buffalino.

head of the jukebox local," Mike
Nicoletti, head of Local 247 in De

troit, and David J.- Keating, head
of Local 614 In Pontiac

It's interesting' to watch the

Sattern of lobbying by smart big
usiness in Washington. The nova

really-in-th-know touch every

base, leaving nothing uncovered.

Take, for instance, the P e n n-

Texas Corporation-headed by .lik .likable,
able, .likable, shrewd Leopold Silbersteln,
the refugee from Hitler who has

built up one of the bigger holding

companies in tne usa.

He is now under Securities and

Exchange Commission investiga

tion as an outgrowth of his bat battle
tle battle to take over Fairbanks, Morse,
owned by one of the old American
industrial families, ... ?

To win his battle. "Silbersteln

has lined up the following gilt-edged
assortment of lawyers, w i r e-

public relations mon-

Carl McCardle, ex-assistant Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State. His job is to keep
theJState Department base cover-
ed. ,,t u ,, -j ,t ,4
Gen. "Julius YEein. "astute opera operator
tor operator for the Pan American Air Air-ways
ways Air-ways lobby. His Job is to. contact
various wirepulleres. -.
H,rStruve Hensel, ex-counsel of
the Defense Department. His job'
is to cover the base at the Penta Pentagon.
gon. Pentagon. 1 ,, .
Maj Gen. "Buck" Lanham.'an
official of the Penn-Texas Corpor Corporation,
ation, Corporation, former- hard-working Y

to Ike. Hij job is tn.-nvi- ,..

base at the White House:
Oscar Chapman, able ex-Secretary
Of the Interior. nm .n tti

i tJJ. ?cnnkTexas Cornora-'
tion., His job is to cover all bases
With Jiberal Senators.

Ex-SeA. OwAn 11 r ui m

rAp'iBnCOV ?0"vative
GOP Senators on Capitol Hill, in including
cluding including Senator Bridges Of New
Hampshire. Bridges recently made
a speech which had the effect o
serving notice on the SEC not to
go too deeply; with, the Penn-Tex-

Ben Javits. brothF v-i.

Sen. Jack Javits. He touches base'
with New York Republican in the
Senate and- elsewhere. -Milton
Wiseman, law partner of
Democratic Congressman Mannlo
?,eU,ervHe touche base with New
York Denjocrats. - ---,'
John Bailey, Democratic nation national
al national committeeman from Connecti Connecticut,
cut, Connecticut, He covers other Democratic
bases. .. ,
YJake Arvey,s Delocratic leader
of Chicaco. He touch-. h. with

S Psul Douglas of Illinois; one t:
of the few Senators who could un understand
derstand understand t he amasing financial i
web spun by Silbersteln; : hv &

NOTE Genial "Sam. Prvniir.''

president of Pan American Air Airways,
ways, Airways, has also been doinv vniun.

tary, unpaid wirepulling on Capi Capitol
tol Capitol HiU for SUberstein.

Sen. Paul Douelaa nf niinni.

has advised Senate leaders that
he will submit an itemized ac ac-count
count ac-count of every nickel he nnd n

future official-trips .whether a-
ny other Senator does or not.
In the past, most Senators have
turned in vague, general expense

Notable excention was Th-nH(ir

Francis Green of .'Ithode Island,
the oldest, wealthiest, ,;and most
parsimonious member of the Sen Senate
ate Senate ... Th House ITn.AritripaM

Activities Committee iis. investiga investigating
ting investigating alleged Communist .infiltra .infiltration
tion .infiltration into Americin music ... The

American embassy in Moscow has
warned that Russia will shortly o-

pen a major diplomatic and, pro-
paganda drive to lure West Ger Germany
many Germany out of the Western alliance
... The Russians have cracked
down on all Hungarian, pilots and
forbidden them to fly any kind of
military plane. The Reds heard
several Hungarian pilots planned
to escape to the west in Soviet mil military
itary military planes.-YY ,.- ;jS 'v-'-v-; '

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US Olympic Qwinptph .Finally Grt;
Red OkayTo Wed Czech Girt Athlete


Just Arrived
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' LONDON, March "22 (UP) !-1 United States, but 'she remains
Harold Connolly; America world hf citizen ol the k Czechoslovak
champion hammer thrower,, an- Republic." 1 'i i"
nounced today he will marry i The announpement ended four
Czechoslovakia'! Olympic discus-1 months- of tense wailing by the
throwing champion, Olga Flko-('young couple, Connolly, met and
tova, in Prague next- Wednesday i wooed ? the li women's v discus
with approval: of the Czech Com- throwing champion at the Olym Olym-munlst
munlst Olym-munlst government. j pie : games in Melbourne,
Connolly made :r the announce- Australia, in December,
ment through a friend in the;- He went -to Czechoslovakia in
American : Embassy at Prague, February to ask Olga to marry
fnt. t III, i: j J i '..,fr :.t. coupie ; wm: uv iin- w mm ana ;reiurn wiin mm, io

where Connolly vis-a school
teacher. (
''He said to tell you everything

is (ttkty and the wedding is going

Boston. She eagerly- accepted the

proposal,- but the Czech govern government
ment government -took its time in approving

her request for permission to

to be in Prague," an embassy marry a foreigner and leave the

roiri FRANK D MItlEB (left)' cdmmahdihg officer, 20tb la f antr'y EeglmenC presents a silver tray to CWO Clifford" M, ;
Paitottri the latter's ret keme'ni Mm service In ceremonies held recently at Fort Kobbe, With CWO Patton are
hiSe, Frances; and eight of their ten children. They are (back row, left ,to right) Jtobert. Airs.. Patton, Patsy,, Mary
Frances; (fronV row, left to Jlght) Diane, Jqyce, Sandra, James and Helena 'v ' '
r -.-.a .- t ' Hi' t i (U.S. Army Photo)

Escaped Lifer
Nabbed In Boxcar
After Six Hours
MONTREAL (UP) A desperate
life-term convict who iigured he
had nothing-to lose was captured
at gunpoint early yesterday, after
escaping in a guard's uniform, and
hiding ; six hours in the country
home of a terrified .elderly couple.
Marcel Aveline, .44,- pwho fled
from ther St. Vincent de Paul fed federal
eral federal penitentiary at 4:20 p.m. Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, .was cornered In a box
car in a railway freight yard. t
i He was armed with a .45 caliber

pistol-which he took, with a rifle

ana Blackjack:, trout the prison
tower. He posed as a relief guard
and persuaded the tower duty off if
cer to. .let him in so the real,
euard could, answer a false ium.

iiiuns uivui iiiaui. vuiccv 1 1
mons tofthe main offficn

r "vmwmt 1 1 -:

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official said- in a telephone call

to the London Bureau of United

Press. "He. and' Olga are busy
making plans, right now."
The Czech government's official
news .agency y Ceteka took an
unusual step tonicht in announc

ing that "necessary formalities"

had been '.'attended to" so the
couple may wed. v
The marriage of the "two 'out 'outstanding
standing 'outstanding athletes ; will take place

in Prague on March' 27," said a
Ceteka dispatch broadcast by

rrague raaio. Atier tne Tnar

riage Fikotoya will leave for vhe I to be married


Connolly's entry permit to
Czechoslovakia e x p i red two
weeks ago, but the athlete said
he ; would jiot Jeave Europe unti!
Olga became his bride. He toured
Vienna, Warsaw and other cap capitals
itals capitals at "the -invitation of athletic
organizations while-1 awaiting an
official reply.'. v
The Boston athlete was sudden suddenly
ly suddenly summoned back 1 to Prague
Tuesday,; where the? fcrown-eyed
Olga told : him here 'government
finally had granted their request


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THESE' SDC 'YOUNG-MEN took 'the West Point physical aptitude test at the Fort Clayton post
gymnasium-recently., ATh'e test is part of -the West Point entrance examination. They -are.
(kneeling; left toj ruht James Doran; son 'of Mr. and Mrs, James R. Doran. Diablo Heights;
ancV Jerry "Durfeej son;of Mr;; and Mrs. Jerome Durfee, "Panama City. In the rear aret (left
to rlKhM-Pvte.'.'oljf Rejneck, son of Lt.i Cdl.. and Mrs. John ; F. Reineck, s Fort Meade,. Md.;.
Ralph "VI. Cox, em -of Col. and1 Mrs. N."M. Cox.Fort Amador; Robert Hamilton, soa of Mr.
unfit Mrs.' Stanley: M.; Hamilton, .Balboa-, and Lewis Wood, son of Mrs. LUlie Wood,.' Balboa;
Canal'Zone Oov. William E. potter ..will 'name oneof ?the five canal Zon youths as an ap-
"polntee-to West Pointy The" other four will be designated seccjnd, third, -fourth- and flftlu
jJternfctive'vl KejUect m "applying for aa appointment under anpther provision. ' 'r
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Records Of Teamster Veep

To- Be Probed Bv Rackets Committee

' WASHINGTONj:March jzf (Ut)'; take 'OVer'gambUng and; vice, InSweeney 'lost' only tS65:.fmi the

The- Senate1 Labor Rackets Portland, : Ore. y, l i Portland ?house. Brewster said

tommutee greeted vTeamsteri :. (f
Vic PresidentFrankr fW Brew- Ordered To Produce- Records
sler today with a iubpena for all v- v' v ;
hit -personal records of his deal- He ; was ordered to broduce

lng,with the,unioa7r,;t . t-': 1 records : covering his i relations'

. viiiliiiti .viiii xrikn;iiau W1LI1 Ule. UOIUO, 1119 XIOTSe-raCUlK

aubpen as ,the West Coast Team-;

st er boss took' the-witness- chair
for another day of quizzing about
his use Of union funds.- -,
MeClellan reported the mmit mmit-teo
teo mmit-teo till iwas fencing with Team Teamster
ster Teamster President' Dave Beck about

whether he will oarrender his own
. files. v ; v
",; ''-
1 : Beck promised yesterday .to
show, up with the files at a bear-.
. ing Jiext Tuesday. But he left
open v; ther question vhethcf: he
would aurrender the' -iles,or
merely' .-appear with themv He
said Beck's answer from Seattle,
Wah did not dear p this- point.
The committee could subpena

the iUes 1f the "Teamster ar
showed up. ia the marble-walled
Caucus Room without them.-' But

interests.- and -other businesses in

which he has engaged. r- :
To i request that ,he only be
required to .turn over records
relevant to the inquiry, MeClellan
replied: view of the testimony
we have had here, we can hardly
leave it to the witness to make
the segregation." ; -; :
" The committee then proceeded
with the Questioning of Brewster,
which produced these .highlights:
- A staff investigator., produced a
$3,1IJ check which, be'said backed
up a charge that union funds
were used to bay an automobile
for Mary James of Bothell, Wash.
She was '"described as a girl
friend" of Terry McNulty,. a
Teamster organizer and driver of

Brewster a race borse van. Brew.

caucus. "7m" ;. 8Ur.: denied kndwledge, of the
it could not. mike bim surrender. -. ,;

them if he rued his consti-1 - ... j

tutional protection against self self-incrimination.
incrimination. self-incrimination. '.
Brewster, gray-haired chairman

of toe Teamsters Western con-

'Chock Introduced

' Sweeney had other expenses in

moving and that the difference
between his loss and the : $6,600

would oe recovered -rom his
estate.:: r.K'..-'y'' f-S?
Brewster- testrfied that i the
unions backed a losing candidate

for sheriff in Seattle in 1952 and
then paid $2,500 toward the cam campaign
paign campaign f deficit of the winner, Tim

McCullough. He explained that
"Sheriffs are elected for four
years and we have to be kind of
friendly." :t .:;P i -:
Member Of Swedish
Parlianierii Sounds 't
Beef About Ilelvork

A member' of Parliament com'

plained today tht Sweden's Na

tional Radio retworfc was more
interested in movie actress Anita
Ekberg than it was in' such im important
portant important things as shipping tolls.
The network cancelled a pro program
gram program explaining the abolition 100

vlcts -started a break from the
prison, one of his partners sur surrendered
rendered surrendered inside the walls, the oth other
er other fell from a wall and sprained
an ankle, Aveline crashed a sta station
tion station wagon he stole near the' pris prison,
on, prison, 'hold up for six hours in v the
home of a couple that first thought
he was- a policeman, and finally
fled in his unwilling host's"
The next that was heard about
him came in a telephone call to
police at ,11 p.m. from James
Silcock, 72 retired railwayman.
He said -Aveline came to his
house, said he was a policeman
who had been in an accident, and
asked to wait there until, help
arrived. i
'"After a while I began to get
suspicious because he wouldn't let
me go near the door," Silcock told
reporters. "Then I heard a radio
broad ca t about the convict
escaping and figured this, might
be the( man. But my wife, is 68
years Aid and has, a heart" condi condition,
tion, condition, and I didnt want to do any anything
thing anything to excite her. So I played
along with him." ...
Affor kit fimirx Avelinn asked

Silcock to sell him some civilian

clothes for $20. Silcock gave him
a suit: and topcoat, then Aveline
nnnnnrrt he had to "Bo- back to

work" and left the house.

t that Muen ino vr in drnu-

t, chmoeH ltttla intorpct in uhlD-

MC. O'.v .u b.-.v
ping tolls. He said he was sure

the radio usteners were mors m-

terested in .Miss fikherg.;

- li Uiy Hvar eanae yott,to ouSar
from Ifidlcwtloii, u, heartburn, era
atlpatton, headaehaa, bad breath, dla dla-aineaa,
aineaa, dla-aineaa, blllouantM and akia biamlihaa,
Set HI (a Ion from your ehemlat todar.
Hlf alon la a real XarAo to tb UTer and
kitaatlaaa. Cot Hif aloo 4 drucatovo.

Bills and checks were- intro intro-Hiirprt
Hiirprt intro-Hiirprt irrticatinf th union oaiH

ference, accepted his subpena ; repairs ea the horse van. I years ago of toils on -ships pass pass-with
with pass-with promise to, "give you all j Brewster, said "it. doea appear" .ng. through Oeresund.' Straits be-

you ass: iot.- ne ioia .rrpuncrs i that Uii-. was' the case.
ea'lier the committee alreadyl Brewster testified yesterday the
had about all ef his 'personal unlon $6,600 to decorate a
books ecept a check beok for Seattle house for the late John

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The com-Pittee fc;"i nne-'ion- a-cretanr-treasurer. to make up Liberal partv Deputy H. Ohloatl

lni Krevrjier

tween Denmark and Sweden. It

mibstitutec as interview with Miss
Ekberc. who arrived here unex

pectedly, last week to visit her

'rri.p.c'i'rn Jew
si ct he cienic.i
f -- in '- an C
f ; f i'n i a ke'e'.nng

ifci'lit, he sustained in selling implied the substitute .' program

7y '.Mji fcome in Portland. -!wis rather shallow, tompared
. '."-" C rr-v'.! rounsel i Robert F.'with the deeper subject of ship
' -JC j- told "vewster, t-'y the.-g tolls
piot to acta rwordi showed that: Tremier Tage Erlauder told Oh-


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HOI4-YWO0n.(NE,A) The Os-

can winner will oe., . i snouia
beso hicky this year to have the
nerves ol a Las. Vegas gambler,
M courage of V movie stunt
. nan, l&ebraM. 'cells;; of Chprtes
ah Doren and. the -daring of a
Hollywood private -eye. 1
IJ's the. most wide-open field of
long shots In the ??-year history
effthe famous film Aeademyr
?The Oscar .Uark-Hprse Derby,"
it should be called.
Sentiment; "'.two posthumous
nolhiness, religion and Holly-1

wobd politics stars cnanging
tliejr bMinc Stqtus; for' a better
chance in different Classifications
-e certain to play important
rojes in the. voting by 1,770 Aca Academy
demy Academy members,'; i y
he movie, f'dant.-v with 10

nominations in various; categories,

anB "The Kmc ano i," wun nine,

the' narade in the annual mo-:

derby With the owners to be

bounced March 27 on a nation

telecast. ;',"'


dii the final winners for you at
tfatfe time and I refuse to "ckicken

out" even if 1 80 over the cliff.
Anji it could happen, getting mix mixed
ed mixed up with puzzlers like this:

JHas Hollywood forgiven the ex-

-Ingnd Bergman?"

ils the third time the charm

Deborah Kerr?"

?Has 'Baby Doll' been banned

of contention?"

IWill Hollywood agree with the

Nw York film critics?"

SWill the Academv voters con-

sidjer posthumous awards for
James Dean, as best actor, and
Vittor Young for best music score

anl best song in an eligible mo-Tii?"

IHave reduced billings, from

stirs to supporting players, hurt

thi chances of Mickey B o o n e y
fo 'The Bold and the Brave' and
Hopert Stack and Dorothy Ma-

loife, both for 'Written on the


IWill Patty McCormack, in 'The

Ban See,' be the first juvenile to

win a



Ingrid's "Best Actress" Unless Deborah gets the nod.

best-supporting actress Os-

WELU ANYWAY, here are my

nervous choices with long shots to


(Could bt: "Around th World In

80 Days.") if..
BEST ACTRESS: Ingrid Berg Bergman
man Bergman in "Anastasia." (Could be:
Deborah Kerr in "The King and
BEST ACTOR: Kirk DougWs In

"Lust for Life." (Could be: Yul

Brynner in "The King and

TRESS: Eileen Heckart in"The
Bad Seed." (Could be: Patty

McCormack in the same film).,
Robert Stack in "Written on the

Wind. (Could be: 5 Anthony

Qumn in "Lust for Life.f-)

BEST DIRECTION: George Ste Stevens
vens Stevens for "Giant."
BEST SONG: "Whatever Will
Be, Will Be." ("Que Sera, Sera")
from "The' Man Who Knew -Too
Much." (Could be: "True. Love"
from "High Society.")
FILM: "La Strada.

Silent World."

ed Ingrid Bergman their best a

ward and I believe1 Hollywood
swayed by sentiment, will give her

anuuier uscar.

But don't be tee surprised if

papulae Deborah K e r r, running

for the third time, wine : In e pho.

to-finish. The bens en "Baby

Doll," r believe, ere tee much

weight for Carroll Baker, s s j :,

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Today, Friday, March 23
4:00-Featurt' Review

:3(K-What'S Your kavorite (re-.

- quests -.'taken ny phone
' till 3:00)
5:30 News

:35 What's Your F a v o r 1 1


0:00 Allen Jackson Commen-

REVDXW (Pabst Beer)

:30 Top Tunes of the Week


7 : 00 Thirty-Minute The ater

7:30 VOA Report from C.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
:30 Short Story Theater

9 ; 00 You Asked For -It. (re (re-'
' (re-' quests taken by phone

9:30-iYou Asked For It (re

10:30 Cavalcade Ol America

11 :00 Jazz Till Midnight
13:00 Sign Off.

by trskine) Johnson


HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly Holly-wooditea
wooditea Holly-wooditea Are Talking About: Zsa
Zf-x Gabor and ex-husband George
Sanders considering a movie to
gether.'The title: "Is Love Neces

sary?"., .George Burns' daugh daughter
ter daughter Sandra and hubby Jimmv Wil-

hoite calling it a day. v .Elvis
Presley's plans to star in 26 half half-hour
hour half-hour telefilms to play home
screens whle he's in the service.
. t .Tennessee Ernie Ford's threat

to bow out of daytime television
next season.: Too grueling a grind

tor tne x oru wnoukes to coast.

"Around the World In 80 Davs"

won, the. New York critics' best
picture award but Academy vot

ers may question its artistic Mer

itsi, Last .year s a "little'.' iiln,

"Marty" copped the Oscar: ,: This

year It's the battle of big com

mercial hits and favorites that

could split the votmg, giving Os
cars to the long shots.

Tomorrow, Saturday, March 23


:00A5ign On Alarm

Club (requests


Comedy, romance and heart-warming- sentiment are
skiflf ally blended to' provide what can best be described as
"Jest M swell show" in "EVERYTHING BUT THE TRUTH"
Maureen O'Hara. John Fonytbe and little Tim Hovey.

Europe's Reds Said


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e-ROME, March 22 (UP) Eu Europe's
rope's Europe's Communists are preparing
an all-out nropaganda battle a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the European C o m rh o n
Market and atomic pool, the Ca-
tholic news agency ARI said today..

A-RI said the directorate of the
Italian Communist Party, largest
this side of the Iron Curtain, laid
plans yesterday for a "massive
offensive" against ratification of
the two historic treaties which the
Foreign Ministers of the six "Lit

tle Europe" nations sign here

Monday. .
The new agency said "The

Communists in the other west Eu-

roean countries can be expected

to engage in a similar fight." It

said the planned action was in
line with Russia's not asking to
join the Common Market with a
view towards wrecking it.



f toy'nhone till 7:00V

7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The Christophers
8:30 Musical Reveille
:00 Mew
8:15 BonjourMesdames
9:30 Paris star Time

10:00 News

10:05 Spins And Needles (re

quests taken by pnons
till 8:30)

11:00 News
ll:05-&pins And Needles


11:30 Journey Into Space 'f
12:00 News . i


12:05 Luncheon Music
12:30-r-New Tune Time
1:00 News
1:15 Serenade In Blue
l:30-Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And Reason X
2:30 Paris Star Time ; I I-,
, I-, S :00-JConcert On The Mall j
; 8:30 Music For Saturday,.
4:00wreature 'Review;: ?n. i'
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (re-'quests
'quests (re-'quests taken by phone
till 3:00) :

COME WITH ME to a $100-a-

plate birthday party for Jack Ben
"The- 39th anniversary 'of
Jack's 39th birthday," as Irene
Dunne describes the big, black-

Ue affair in the grand ballroom
of the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Jack's really 63. The host is the
Friars' Club and all of .the prof profits,
its, profits, $70,000, go to the Heart Fund.
An all-star cast on the lone dais

hails Benny's .philanthropic and

humanitarian contributions, and

kids him about everything from

his ability to out stare an audi audience,
ence, audience, getting laughs doing nothing,

to nis age and his fat wallet. -The
toastmaster is George Jes

sei, wno nas neen benma m ore

plates than Yogi Berra. "Jack
Bennv is so old," .-savs Georee.

"that when he went to Rome last

summer and visited the Coliseum
he said, 'It's nice if you like
modern. But Jessel is so rieht

wnen ne praises Jack lor "his
thoughtful and gentle laughter.".

aiso praising and kidding Jack

are Gov. Goodwin, Knight, Isaac
Stem, Deborah, Kerr,,Ronald Rea

gan, George Burns, s Edgar Ber Bergen,
gen, Bergen, Tony Martin, Art Link-lettter,
Frank Sinatra. Dean -Martin and

Bob Hone. Who savs :, r 1

"I'm glad to be here lor the
Heart Fund it isn't every come comedian
dian comedian who will turn out for a rival
disease." -v
But George Jessel gets the big biggest
gest biggest laugh describing a new TV

rating system i "They; call a wom woman
an woman in Pennsylvania who Aas a
goat. If the goat belches twice,
Jackie Gleason gets 88 points."
It's almost 1 a.m. before Jack's
turn at the mike to thank almost
500 guests and to wince: :

"Well, I was 39 when the first!

speaker got up."


Silvers-loor a movie starring Ser-'

geant Bilko Louis Hay ward!

is in England discussing plans for
a new TV series with ah 18th
century England background. .'
Joan Blondell's- son,. Norman, be

comes a poppa this month. A

reconciliation between Jeff Don-

nell and Aldo Ray-loomed brlght-

pp man vp trdw a ma m.h

Jen at junior high graudation ex exercises
ercises exercises for her son oy a previous
marriage. x ..

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Eva Gabor's "friendly" feud

with sister Zsa Zsa keeps rolling
merrily along, but she wtuld

have fhpped if she'd seen the
first draft screenplay ; of U I's
"My Man Godfrey" instead of the
final version. :i

In fact, she 'may have refused
her role in the film at; least .Un .Until
til .Until a change was made.
In the final script the role for
which Eva was signed Is de

scribed as "a chic and fascinating

rwoman on the order of ,Eva Ga


But in the first draft the script
described the role as "on the or

der of Zsa Zsa Gabor.';' ;

C. L. McGUiRE 1 -shown" jeceivlng the" Department of the
Navy Certificate of Training: from Cptr W. B. Tucker,- com commanding
manding commanding officer at the V.-. S. Naval station. Rodman, annual'
awards ceremony. McGulre's certificate was presented for
completion of special tralnlna; course in disease vector' and
?v4St ,?r.e7enwn ana control, and for superior competence In
this field. Other awards given at the cerertonv wer aorlHomt.

iree supervision, shop safety, safe-driving, length 'of service
, : end 1000 hour sick leave certificates.:

4 Shocked To DeathJIn Effort.
To Help Victims Qf Auto Crash

THE WITNET: Hear about the

two drunks staggering down the

street and meeting a set of "twins?

One twin goes to the right: and

the other goes to the left.. One of

the drunka says ( to his frined

"Now. how did she do that?". v

Joe E. Lewis claimed he turned

down a TV spectacular -"because

didn't want to make a spectacle

out of myself,"


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1:00 am. Sunday Sign Off.
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Today Cncanto .35 .20
Ingrid Bergman
Yul Brynner In
Robert Arthur In
Desperados Arc In Town"

ToAtn IDEAL .20 70
, First Chapters
'Beyond The Purple Hills"


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Alah Ladd, who has won a reputation as the-master
of screen mayhem, wont disappoint his fans in Warner
Bros.' "Santiago," inwhich he stars with Rossana PodestA
and Lloyd Nolan. He engages in "vicious fights at sea, en
land and on horseback, during the course of the -story,
which begins in Florida and ends in ; Cuba. Fists, knives
and guns are the varied weapons used in the battles. "San-,
tiago" is the exciting story of a gun-running adventurer
who would de anything for a price, and a girl who offfer offfer-ed
ed offfer-ed him the strangest adventure off all, at the highest
price. The aetion takes place in the danger-hot tropics of
Cuba, and promises to be Ladd's most exciting film to date.
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UfiJOU. Mlnn. 'March .21. YUPV tim.

?our men nurrymgo the aid
of the victims' of an automobile

accident were 'electrocuted today

wnen iner steppe into --an electrically-charged
pool ofwater sur
roundme the .wreckage. : .-

-A fifth man died in the; crash,

oui six or ine autompoue passen

gers escaped. t-, -,;v
: Three of the victims weri pis

sersby who jumped from their

automobiles in .an attempt to help
after, an automobile carrying
young persons home from a dance

had rammed Into an electrical

power pole. The fourth victim was

a passenger n the wrecked car

who reached safety and then

turned back. All stepped, into the
foot-deep pool which was charged

with 33,000 volts ,or electricity
when power lines snapped and

fell into the water., .-V-'

William E. Schultz. 27. Of Win

gef, Minn., was the driver of the

car wnicn hit the pole. He was
killed, by the impact which
snapped four power1 lines. One line

twined v around the ar s rear
wheel. The other Ii y e wires

dangled into the water. : t; ?,
After the crash Sphuti slumped

across tne; wneel and his passes

gers, live giris ana two v young
men, huddled in the .auto.-.&
fiA;, following -car, screeched, tar: s

halt and .two young men clam

bered out. They were Mervln
Duncan, 18, end Orville j RolfjU,
bothy of Fosston, Min who, also
were returning from the dance.
They splashed into, th e: weter
and died almost instantly. A girl
inside the car, Josephine' Lund Lund-berg,
berg, Lund-berg, said she thought she heard
Duncan screaming for help dur

ing the split second before be

died, i :-

Another car ? stopped by the

pool. Clark Hoidahl, 21, Wutgerv

ran irom it to tne car ana per perished
ished perished the moment he stepped, into
the water.: -r -f. t 5 i '.
Then a third car, containing two

more rositon youtns. stoppea.

One of them, Kenny Larson, saw
the trailing power lines and he

stopped at the water's edge In

Warning ,,toe survivors not ,'te
step into- the water, Larson
helped Miss Lundberg, her sister,
Marie, and Donali Haugen, 20, of
Winger out of-the water.
: Once safv Haugen -turned Jack
to help the survivors still in : the
water, end died., at once. ."
' Miss -. Lundbere said o nt

them, ; Jim Hoverman, got out
Safely .vj'but when .Donni Ktnnnd

fback into the water, he was

shocked to death." - , i
T- Strangely.' : another survivrtr

Sharon Weiberg, stepped into the

water aimost simultaneously snd
survived. '.f v;..,, f
All the survivors -were taken to
Crookston, Minn., for treatment of
minor injuries and shocks. ;
Miss Lundbera told authnrliK

she knew SchuhY ws travelling
f ast when his car crashed into the

ower pole. J5ut 'she didn't know
ow fast. she : said.' Wiuia ihm

car's! speedometer was broken. 4

Sheriff Harold Nstrom said:
It's a" miracle any ef them eot

out alive." j


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In "Finger ef CuM, relrese temerrow an4 Sender At
the "DRIVE-IN Theatre, Richard Basehart Cetnes 1 1
. deebt his twi sanity, becae a keaatifal girl aeraeee him
f forgetting they are levere! j -
A rare film f psychoJotieal eawpense, "FINGER OF
COLT" spins through temolteeas emotions marital
clash, romantic Intrtgve. and the threat ef Tiolenee.
The vncominonly fine tnternatienal east Inrledee, be besides
sides besides Richard Basehart, Constance Camming, Mary Mer Mer-phy,
phy, Mer-phy, FaKh Breek, Roger Lisesey and Mrrrrn John. Aire
Snowden directed and produced "FLNGER OF Gl'ILT," an
R SO Radio release..

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WASHINGTON, Mareh; 22 (UP)
i group of military experts said

today hoth Congress .and. the ad administration
ministration administration "should face up' te
the possibility? that U.S.-military
aid to. foreign' nations will cost

more, not less, in the years ahead.
"ThU statement rests,' not on
any suggested increase in the pre present
sent present level of forces but on 'the

maintenance of the "existing level
of forces," the experts said. -.
They t also said it would-be
' dangerous assumption" to, think
"modern weapons and increased

mobility will make possible a mai-

w iruucuou m mm tevei 01 sorces
in natiofs getting U.S. military
help. r ,3 ''
The experts gave their "views In
a.' review prepared tor the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee of

two studies of the nation s milits milits-ry
ry milits-ry aid program. The studies were

conducted, by the Columbia Uni

versity lastitute of War and Peace

Studies and the Systems Analysis
Corp. of Washington. 1.,

me Columbia study defended U.
aid to Marshal Tito's Yueosla- '"

viaa government because ""the Yu Yugoslav
goslav Yugoslav defection proved t be of

,iS4uncnce ui ine secuniy-o line

uxe DHiioni. if saiq, 'unuea
States interests thus seem to have
been served by. strengthening Yu Yugoslavia
goslavia Yugoslavia in its new posture of in independence
dependence independence from Moscow." 4 M

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SP2 ROBERT Cv 'AUSTIN. (left), headauarters. Caribbean;
Command, continues his hobby r airplane model buildUig .ia
the Quarry Heighta craft shop. A total jf 30 hours went into
the completion of this combat stunt model. Pvt. Alton John Johnson
son Johnson craft- shop supervisor, looks on. Many of the personnel
Rationed at Quarry Heights .spend off-duty Jwurs
iqulpmentf and mathlnery of th craft shop toontoue hob.
bin. naka things for the folks back home, or just to putter
..i ,., around. (U.S.. Army Photo)

PAA To Introduce New Planes
Ori" Some: Latin American Routes

V 5 f ,, M- (
" rastest, most luxurious- air
ervic on the1' east 'coast of
South' America wW ; b:inaugu.
rated by Pan American Woria
AirwaV Ton ."April I whert spectel
DC-TB's go into seryice on, the
New York-Buenw Aires route.; route.;-,
, route.;-, The radar-equipped DC-7B S,
fastest pistonngin airliner in
the worlds will be vlrtuajly "lux "luxury'
ury' "luxury' hotels of the, air";
They, !Hfll have hot and cold
running water, circulatihtt ice
water., music in flight, lounge.

: berth,

IrFsZirl. the firsts Class

.. flights, redUning seats,-, indirect

possible' lllghts are assured by
radar equipment, which enables
toe flight crews to'-see" through
clouds or, darkness f or 150 miles
head and.pick routes wUA jj
void storrns;0r ;Pareasfof
''disturbance.''-- -f
1 'operatlftl tw :WatyfeoguH.
tionthe DC-Tfi's-wt ffr
only daily tourist and first class
South American east coast. J '--f
On two of thi, weekly, sched schedules,
ules, schedules, PAA will offer super deluxe
presldenfrS'pecial flights, featur featuring
ing featuring a 28-passenger .first class
Section of sleeperette seats, in
addition to the t four 'regular
"berths.:-'1 ',''-'';'- '"'"J"

m u. .naniol ,Vnuu(in1r fnr the

Will UC Oi-v u" -
passengers, such as wallets or
shaving kits for the men, cos cosmetics
metics cosmetics kits or Shopping guides

ior wie wuuicii. ...
' The new South American blue

I Juan, Puerto Rico; Caracas, Port

01 Spain, jteieuNiwu, uc v"-"v,
Sao Paulo, Porto Alegre, Monte-

':This first class service will

er before offered on the t east

coast 01 SOUtn America, a ran
American spokesman 'declared.
The aircraft have been spe specially
cially specially modified to. meet v PAA
specifications for speed,- 'range
and luxury.

m.w. iianii Vitton i crtvpn a

' yttUllia lit t v, e
great deal more han the. con
ventional amount of sound

proofing to assure passengers a
restful Journey. Specially de designed
signed designed seats are upholstered in

' whr1tfr&-euvres'.) coffee and

other beverages' will be dispens dispensed
ed dispensed from rolling carts wheeled up
and down the wlde alsle by
flight service crews.

' 1UC JJV"(W o v.
850 mph, flying, at 20,000 feetor

nicrnpr wri huuvc uic wm.-

that sometimes causes rough

air at lower aitnuaes. c

Aircraft. Co. Finds Youths
Interested ;ln Engineering


.DALLAS, (VP-) r- oset
-think' today's teen-agers 1 taw e.
.beads filled only with thoughts of
hot-rods, dates,, ice-cream Sodas
i L ..11 rnrii. need, ro

u more closely at the inner


Nevin Palley: vice president for

noinABvinff nH one of the na

tion's leading missiles experts,


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' The Intercollegiate '" Bridge

Championship is played with 16

specially devised hands. 1 Each
includes some specialproblem in
bidding, j play Or both and gives
one side or the other a chance
to achieve a par,

Hand no 1 is a Nortn-soutn

par. They must bid and make
three no-trump.

The bidding presents no parti particular
cular particular "difficulty, south' has a
nice, comfortable, one spade
opening and two no-trump rebid
after North bids two clubs. With
11 points in :hieh cards and' a

six-card Suit, North, bids "three

cneeriuuy ana west opens his
fourth best heart, the four-spot.
South had to win in his own

hand and then leads the deuce

of qlubs. west plays the seven or
the ten (that makes no differ difference)
ence) difference) and now South must make
the key play of the hand.
He must play a low club from
dummy. .. y

It doesn't matter whether
East'or West wins that trick or

what suit they play. A second

club lead by south will establish
four club tricks in the North

band while the ace of diamonds

will be an entyy. South will even
make .an overtrick if East and

West don't take their ace and

kine of. spades. aulckly.

If South plays- a club honor

from dummy he will ao down

two tricks. East will duck that

trick but will win the second
club lead. Now South will find
that he can get back to dummy

with the ace of diamonds to es

tablish the club suit but this will
leave the suit high' and dry with

no entry lelvra '.dummyv'-,,.

AN AWARD CHECS: for $109 for sustained vauperion perform perform-ance
ance perform-ance of assigned duties was presented to' J, .A. ; Waterman by
Capt. W. B. Tucker, commanding officer, at the- U.' 8. Naval
Station, Rodman,-annual awards ceremony; -Waterman is, a
packer and crater In .the packing unit of 'the; Supply; and
Fiscal Department and1 his award was based on; his superior,

work periornjance curing iwoo.

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COL.- LOUIS D. FARNSWORTH, Jr., (right); assistant chief of
staff, G-4, U.S. Army Caribbean, presents his secretary, Mrs.
Murel Daniel, a department of the Army outstanding employe
rating certificate in ceremonies held recently In the former's
offices at Fort Amador. A Mrs. Daniel received the. award for
the period 'Dec. 1, 1955, through Nov. 301956. .She has been
".j employed by the command since 1951.
, (U.S. Army Photo)

FIT ftlf.l TO HJROPE ... A


morrow wnen -uvy anuuiu wc
shaping the future of this nation.

T. "If you want to 1uild a space
tchool physios class years ahead
of the time you want it to take off
. shipr the place to start is in a high
rom earth.";

"The engineer shortage begins

. . ,. ..iJT Intarocf in tha hfiSir

-Ahvway. -that's- the sciences." iey win not be able to

reached' by 'some aircrati mf keep up with the technology of to to-neers
neers to-neers who are offering to neip morrow when they should be
lnne .the road to oe- culr,:n0 the fntnrn- nf this nation.

roming tethniciansuand actotistt.
- CoEWiant-of the. nationwide
Temco Aircfaft Q 0 r p., cials
wondered if they could do anything
about it, even in a smaU way.
' They found that many high
schools offerernd course tn phys physics
ics physics in this nuclear and jet a e.
Others, due either to a teacher
shortage or apparent lack of in interest
terest interest by students, offered no sci sci-ence
ence sci-ence training. fj'

; TemcS'officiais" decided Jtojkelpi,' ,;

i 1..-. fau ctnripfita into

leer v --
ourses that would .help them be become
come become tomorrow's j "men of i sci science'
ence' science' by offering trophies to the
best mathematics and physics
students in each of the D a 1 1 a
"schools, i i .-
Then the invited interested
high school student to. visits the
plant at night Temco, one of the
nation's largest aircraft Mb-co
trctors, Offered a look at the TT TT-1.
1. TT-1. the company's new primary je-
'trainer for he Nsvy,.plus career
talks with leading engineers.
I Some officials, frankly, expected
ehly a few "real book-worms to
accept the" offer.? For many teen teenagers,
agers, teenagers, it would mean giving up a
date, perhaps missing a basketball
game or dance. ;-,,
. i .. x ..- ..
The doublftd ones "were wrong.
The first night, 35 "students' at attended.
tended. attended. Then -tlnngs b e g a n to
snowball as -word reached other
students that engineers were try trying
ing trying -sincerely to answer career
oestions. iue. tma. tnree Bignts
, . 1 . r -iiA f

auraciea groups oi uj w v. 1
- Questions by teen-agers showed
1 : .1 : : H Visit inrlttHa

such-queries as: x
' What is a servo mechanism?
After you get to be a working en engineer,
gineer, engineer, bow do you get into design
engineering does it take any dif-

you get into the atomic power!

JL-njiinrcri riu jucsuvai stu

Bark Developed
As Soil Builder

By Armour Research

CHICAGO-(UP)-Sclentists at
the Armour Research Foundation
report they have developed i, a
method of converting bark into an
inexpensive and unusually effec effective
tive effective soil-builder.
In tests with greenhouse plants
and field crops, the new product
Was found more effective in pro promoting
moting promoting growth ad improving the
soil then either peat moss or a
commercial soil conditioner, the
ARF said.,
'. Dr. C. Roland McCully, scien scientific
tific scientific adviser in the foundation's
chemistry and chemical engineer engineering
ing engineering research department, said the
bark soil-builder, used with fer fertilizer,
tilizer, fertilizer, turns clay and sand into
rich, loamy soil In which plants
grow at a surprising rate.
McCully "said ,th e soil-builder
loosens the soil f and improves its
moisture-holding capacity, serves

as a base for fertilizer and controls

the Tate at which the plants ob
tain food from the soil


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Mrnihn at tha 20th Infantrv Reflment sna their ladies

witt get together at the ouarterly formal regimental dance,
which will be neld at Ft. Kobbe Gym, tomorrow night.
' Sponsors for the dance will be the 2nd Battalion, which
ia tinder the command of Lt. Col. Johnnie C. Brink.

Amb. and Mr. Barries Are
KmJ At Farewell Partis

The Ambassador of Colombia to
Panama. Dr. Saul H. Barrioi and

.Jiis wife have been guests of hon
I nr at a number of farewell par-

J ties. They are leaving for Carta

gena on vacation tomorrow mora-

Last Siindav Mr. and Mrs. Mar

eelo BOrgisnni entertained with a
dinner for them at the Hotel In International.
ternational. International. Tuesday a group of

their friend! gave a despedida

luncheon at the Manama bolt

Club, and Wednesday evening Dr,
knH Mr. Luii Carlos Aleman en

fertained with dinner at their
borne in honor of the popular

Teachers Entertained
At Vanazualan Embassy

The Ambassador of Venezuela
Panama, Don Esteban Chalbeaud
Cardona and Mrs. Chalbeaud were
hosts at' a luncheon given at the
Venezuelan Embassy on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday as a despedida for a group of
teachers from the Republic of Ve Ve-pezuela
pezuela Ve-pezuela School who nave been in

vited Dy tne Venezuelan uov em eminent
inent eminent to visit the country. The
teachers left this morning by
plane for Caracas.
Cant, and Mrs. Bolton
Will Attend Ceremony
At Cathedral of St. Patrick
Capt. and Mrs. Peter Bolton of
Ancon departed today by plane
for New York City. They will at attend
tend attend -the Ceremony of Consecra Consecration
tion Consecration of Hi! Excellency The Most
Reverend Vincent Ingatius Ken Ken-nally,
nally, Ken-nally, S.J., D.D., Titular Bishop-e-

leet of New yor wui oniuaie as
Consecreator and The Most Rev.
Apollonaris William Baugart Baugart-aer.
aer. Baugart-aer. O.F.M., Cap. DJD., Titular Bi Bi-hnn
hnn Bi-hnn of Joddo. Vicar Aoostolie of

Bishop of Kingston, Jamaica, will

oe UM;onsecrators.
- Following this Capt. and Mrs.

Bolton will depart New York for

a vacation trip and visits with re
Dr. and Mr. Young Entertain
With Cocktail Party

Dr. and Mrs. Rodolfo Young will
a f a 1 r i

emenain a group oi uiir menas
with a cocktail buffet to be held
at the Atheneum of Science and
Mr. Walter Ouchy neck

Arrives From Washington

Mr. Walter Duchyneck arrived

from Washington D.C. Wednesday.
He will be in the Canal Zone for
the United States Government for

about a week. While here be will

stay at the Tivoli Guest House,

Officers Elected

For Unitarian Sociey

At the March meeting of the

Women's Alliance of the Unitari

an Society, the following officers

were elected for tne coming year:

president: Mrs. N. H. McCauley,
vice-president: Mrs. O. C, Myers,

secretary and treasurer: Mrs. J,
A. Morales,

The president has appointed ai

Chairmen for the several commit'

tees: Mrs. Margaret Morales; pro pro-cram:
cram: pro-cram: Mrs. Annabel Myers, serv

ice: Mrs. Dorothy Hickam, inter-

faith; Mrs. Caroline Haman, ex
tension and publicity.

The Women's Alliance meets on

the second Tuesday of each month
at 7:30 p.m.. at the Unitarian

Center, 362 Ancon Boulevard, in
Ancon. Guests from Panama or

the Canal Zone are welcome.
Membershin is open to all wom

en interested in the Ideals of the

ftrmin. whather members of the

Guam and The Most Reverend Society or not. The next meeting

John Joseph atcEieney, a.., v m., will take place on April s.

Will start March 23rd 9 a.m. for beginners 10:90 a.m,
' for intermediate.
March 37th WED. 7 p.m. also intermediate.
These classes will be held at Balboa Y'
will be held at Wiri Memorial Studio.
Thnrsray,-' March 28th 8:30 p.m. : i
CLASSES ARB STILL OPEN. For further Information
call Balboa 2-4239.
"SPECIAL" 24, Hour Lessons $10.00

Rebokah Business
Women's Luncheon

The Isthmian Rebekah Lodge

No. 1 wui hold a Business worn

en's luncheon and card party at
the Wirz Memorial, Balboa Rd.

Monday, -y, : :i..r-.'vsrfV.
Proceeds will go to charity.

Women's Missionary Union ;
Visits San Bias Island 1
The Woman's Missionary Unlo
of the First Baptist" Church.. Bat

boa Heights- held their monthly

meeting on Tuesday Mrs, Helen
Evans. Mrs. SimonSen. Mr I.' Vera

Kelly and Mrs. Jean Beeby gave
reports on their trip to the San

Bias islands ana meir. visit inere

with Dr. nd Mrs. jbonnie lgiesias.

Mrs. Elizabeth. Keielev served do-

licious refreshments- to the fol

lowing ladies; rmesdames Sergei

Simonsen. Evans. Ramey. Luv

Peterson,. Robinson, Abel;- Street,

Giws. Stevens McLauehlin. Han-

na. Snyder Keteharierry Aet-

ly Hicks, Casswell, Buffington,

Nitz, Beeby aad'Cptton
Sojourners' National President
Honarxl At Dinner at Albrook

Caribbean Chapter No.21 and
Panama Chapter No. 35 National

Sojourners, were nosts on weanes weanes-day
day weanes-day evening at dinner meeting
at the Albrook Officer's Club, held
t honor the National : President

nf National Soiourners. CoL Dal

las' L. Knoll, USAF (retired. Pres-

iding were W. Mmor. jc oronam u.
Tabor, S.C., U.S.N., president of
Panama Chapter No. 35 and MaJ MaJ-or
or MaJ-or Raymond M. Herrera, U.S. Ar Army,
my, Army, president of Caribbean Chap

ter No. 21.
The colorful meeting
tended by more than 50 member!
and guests including Rt. Worship-
fi boa r fianriers. DeoUtV Dl-

mirtft Rrand Master of Canal

US, Burma Sign
Economic Pact

RANGOON, Burma,rMarch 22 I

(Uf ;Tne united states and Bur Burma
ma Burma signed an economic coopera cooperation
tion cooperation agreement here today provid

ing for extension of more than 40

muuon aoiiars in American credit

to this Asian nation.

by Mrs. Pat Morgan who la the

instructor. v
Naval Officers' Wives lnoy
Luncheon At Morgan's Cardans

A conducted tour of Morgans'
Gartens and nominations of candi candidates
dates candidates for offices of the Naval Offi

cers' Wives Club were the main

events of the business luncheon of

wis same Club held -Tuesday, at

Gem enl Mineral

Society To Moot

The Canal Zone Gem and Miner-

als Society will hold their March
meeting tomorrow night,, at 7:30
p.m. at their clubhouse buijding 57

in xiauwa rier area.

Reports will be given by various

members which will also cover the

field trips made during the -month

oi Marco. Club members have had
the pleasure to be hosts to several

visitors from the States; on these
field trips and also a number of our

local residents.

The Secretary has announced

that items orlered from the States
will be on display this Friday night,
and those members who had orders

in should be on had to receive

them: as they will be available on

meeting nights.

Anyone interested in any of the

various phases of gems or miner-j

ais are cordially invited to attend

these meetings.

' After the buffet luncheon

nea ny luncneon cnairman, Mrs

u. J. benorx. uuh president. Mrs

George Carooll presided over the

next to the last business meetinc

of this term. Nominations from the

floor were asked for and the fol

lowing ladies were nominated and
seconded: Mrs. J. K. Batchellor,
and Mrs. G. H. Hamilton for presi-

for recording; secretary. Mrs. Don-l

aia nos, cnairman ox ui nommai

Zone Masonic District; o vim mg committee then presented the
Charles Lavalle, Chief Raooan Qti 8iate of candidates as drawn up by

that committee which were as fol

lows: president, Mrs. G. A. Sharp;
vice-president. Mrs. N..P. Vege-

lann; reconung secretary, Mrs, r..

Abou Saad Shrine Temple: Wor Worshipful
shipful Worshipful Ernest B. Curung, Master
of Isthmian Lodge; Worshipful

Waldeman R. Krikman, masiw

of Chagres Lodge; Worshipiui Jonn Af Sexton; treasurer, Mr; J, B.
H. Townsend, Master l "f"6" .McElroy; corresponding secretary:
Lodee- Worshipful Dean l. Stuoe- Mrg a, sexton: treasurer. Mrs.

baker, Master, Army Lode; wor-j B jicElroy: corresponding sec

retary,, Mrs. w. m. taaric. au can

didates will be voted for by secret
ballot at the April business lunch luncheon
eon luncheon and the new officers will take

office in May.

.hin,,i Mtr Howard Gee. Canal

tJ. t Wnrahinful Alfred X.

vr.-cVt Mtir Solourner's Lodge;

Judge Edw. I. P.. Tatelman, Ke-

ntnnnl HpnrASP.niaUVe VI namma

Sojourners and Major Dallas L.
Knoll Jr.

E.rk Saurian Of Flower Cauru. Monday

Miuraa in Flower Arrangement will

v. k.Mi'VMria1 at 0:00 a.m. at

the Balboa Y.M,CA.-Uii.O.

Students are requested to come

early, bringing aU tne necessary
n. makinir an arrange-

mnt irf fresh cut flowers. Eaeh of

.v. .-monra win he indivi

dually and impersonally analyied










JjtAdi GafdxAt Ckiwk

On Sunday, Mairch 24th, at 10:40
tun., the First Baptist Church at
Balboa Heights will hold Dedication
Service for its new
with its ranje of thousands of true
ehurch tones and beautiful depth of
expression. The true "cathedral
cjuaIityN of this installation Is un unequalled
equalled unequalled by any comparable instru instrument
ment instrument Wo are proud to join in offering; our
congratulations on this special

The Club also unanimously voted
to continue p a y i ng professional
school costs of the Bella Vista Or-i

Shanage girl it has been sponsor sponsor-ig
ig sponsor-ig the past few years. ,
, Several guests were present be
sides the Club's Special guest, Mrs
Charles Morgan; they -were Miss
Virginia Shearer houseguest o
Mrs. James Eastwood. Mrs. R. L,

Slater and Mrs. R.H. DeBow houia

guests of Mrs. R. F. Legge and

luncheon guests of Mrs. J. E

Johnson, and Mrs. Carmen Orete-i

ga Vieto mother and guest of Mrs
H. F. Silsby, Jr.
Mrs. S. D. Kelvie and Mrs. H

H. Spicker, two active members of
the Club attendel their last lunch-,
eon. A new member, Mrs. Robert

Noble was introduced and welcom


Door prizes were won by Mrs.
A. D. Sartor, Mrs. G. A. Sharp and
Mrs. C. L. C. Atkeson.
(Contlnned on Page 7)

CHILDREN FROM THE HOME of Our Lady Orphanage to Panama, City line up for bottles of aoda pop during the tjlcnlo
given recently in their honor at Summit Gardens by the TJ.S. Army Signal Service, CorozaL The Unit became one of the
sponsors of the Orphanage in apuary of lMt .year. . , . ' . ,.



Mexican Admils


Of Crippled Son

twnnn rtTV Ifarrh 22 (UP

Jlsenora Kosa Lopes Garcia told

nolice today she Buea ner oniy

son,- a wiww zl Ki ,i T
blind boy, because she 'could not

bear to see torn. .-
longer." :'

She' said she r tjave ton

sleeping tablets' and wnen
r 1 i Mri she : oDened

burners of her stove "so that

we may wjgnrr.,.

tyJ:. iW "hrmr. 4ic was dead.

luckV." Later she

tried to kin nerseir ny w"1
her wrists with a razor blade and
after being arrested two days ago
on a charge of murder she tried
to bang herself in a prison cell.

"He was always crying and it

broke my heart every, ume

heard bim,' $he saw., ;

Th bov -beaaa suffering from

scute heedaches wnen ssmwh

two years old. "men. Ji
he lost his sight, and started

getting convulsions,- ,sne aan-

Her husband ananuonea

seven years ago. ?
"On seeing him like' that.

couldn't so on.", he, said, per

voice shaking and her ; eyes

shining with tears.

How .much can a mother

stand, when her only son cant
see the light of day,- when his
nights are full of endless suffering
snd he cries from inexplicable
headaches and strange ailments?
"Somehow, sometime. I sh0
kill mvself. because I can't


Signal 'Corps Plays Host
To 67 RP Orphanage Kids


Hammond Organ Com pan v
No. 29-28 Peru Avenue
Panama Gty, R. P.


fly mem

to colorful


luxury service at tourist fares

only $ AJZ round trip





LACS A panoramic rentes increde:
' Consult year Travel Artnt 1
r call our Office TeL 1-7111

. PAA Affiliate
Justo Arosemena between 31st A 32nd Sts

Members of the U.S. Army Sig

nal-Service, Corozal,- played host

to 67 cnnaiea from we Home ot
Our 'Lady Orphanage in Panama
City recently st a' picnic at Sum Summit
mit Summit Gardens. '?.': is.. : t :
The picnic group consisted also
of instructors from the Orphanage,

enlisted members of we 1 Arm
Signal Service at 'Corozal a n
their families. r : '.

Both, children and adults' parti

cipated in the "game of the day"

voileyballr softball was -also
played Lunch consisted of hot

dogs, potato salad, reushec pota potato
to potato chips, cake and 'cokes.
-, Tbe' U,S. Arniy Signal Sery're,
Coronal, becam one of the spon sponsors
sors sponsors of the Home of Our Lady Or Or-phapage
phapage Or-phapage in January of last year;
Throughput the year; Signal erv erv-ice
ice erv-ice members, and-, their, families

have devoted much of their own

time and cooperated with Orphan Orphanage
age Orphanage authorities in sponsoring-mr-
nV activities and projects to ben

efit the children of the Orphanage. T

Quote Unquote

JERUSALEM: Israeli Premier
David fien-Gurion, disclosing; he
withdrew Isareli troops from E E-gyptian
gyptian E-gyptian territory because of fears
that United Nations, sanctions
would cutoff bis' country's arms
supplies: :; ?
"Even Israel's old and true

friends. Canada .and France,

would have been unable to sell uf

modern aircraft if powerful na

tions such as the United States al allowed
lowed allowed sanctions to be imposed."
TEL AVIV, Israel: Jacob Farhl,
spokesman for the Israeli Devel Development
opment Development Commission, on the first
ship (an Israeli-chartered freight freighter)
er) freighter) to pass through the Straits of

Tiran since Israeli troops with

drew from Sharm El Sheikh:
"We have given these people a
thousand guarantees, but you nev

er know. The captain may neaa

north and return to base.
HOLLYWOOD: Actress SheUs

Stewart Renour, Marilyn Monroe's

girl friend, describing the "wrong

aoor" raid on a nearby apart

"We heard a terrible noise.
Marilyn was tired from workingg
and 1 was preparing dinner. She
was sitting and listening to some

records when all the commotion

broke loose."


Charles Jfodecke, a member of a

jury" which has banned the

works of a finger-painting chim chimpanzee
panzee chimpanzee in a Berkeley art show:

it's bad enough to have tnea

sty 'My kid could do better' with without
out without inviting ignorant comparisons
to the play oi animals la a zoo."
Fieldmbuse Stops


WASHINGTON (UP-A fat field
moose possibly with a wild spring

time yen for derring-do baa -as

sured himself a niche in history.

Ho stopped a 56-car Pennsyl

vania Railroad freight train single

-It -vasal easy.. 4
The long tram slid 'to a halt
Wednesday four miles oat of the
Potomac railroad yards when its
engineman couldat throw a switch
up ahead.
Help was called. Shoots and

w alarms filled the air. Technicians

probed the switch,
Fifty-six minutes later the trou trouble
ble trouble was discovered: The lifeless
body of the devil -may-care ieoue
lay wedged between two electri electrical
cal electrical contacts breaking the switch
It was difficult to determine
whether the mouse's face wore a
smile of triumph,

" The next project td be undertak

en oy the signal hervice mem members
bers members will be the purchase of new

Shoes for the Msy.

As Big Success

The Club Altamira's benefit out outing
ing outing to Chame on Sunday looms as

a tremendous- success, a spokes spokesman
man spokesman for, the Club, said today.
Chame Mayor Julio Antadilla
has assured the club the picnick picnickers
ers picnickers will be liven- a cordial' wel-

Lcome,- the spokesmsn said,-.

-' Picnic buses." which wfil start

from the new Legislative Palace

at 7 a.m. Sunday, will be escorted
by a .Panama traffic policeman.
Buses Will leave from 9th Street

and Cepraj Avenue,' Colon, to!

join me motorcade irom Manama

ity touname.
Prizes donated by the National.
Brewery' will be awarded to win-,

ners of games which will be or

ganized at the picnie grounds.
Music will be provided by Kile

Feres and bis TV combo in the

new Chsmf dance halL

Economic Slavery
Charge Against ford
Motors Dismissed

A. (UP)-A. federal judge today rejected a

$1,419,462 damage r suit .against

Ford Motor Co. by a former auto- -mobile
dealer who charced "eco.

nomic vslsvery."t t

r -:,-,v ---'-4 y...;! v
Judge R. C. Thomsen of Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, .who beajrd the case here
earlier this year, ruled that Miller

Motors, Inc., a former Ford deal,
er. was entitled only to, $1,417.10

for repair to defective new cars

sent it by ora.-

J. H. Miller; president of Miller

Motors, had charged Ford with
monopolistic practices and coer

eion of its dealers,.

However. : Thomsen ruled that

"such market, domination or dis dis-tribution
tribution dis-tribution control as Ford may have
exercised did. not amount to mo mo-noply",
noply", mo-noply", inCielation of Ihe Sherman
anti-trust act , t,.vi, v -

pressure was piacea py automo automobile
bile automobile manufacturers on dealers to

accept cars, parts and accessories
which they did not want or need.

Miller's sttorney. Clyde' Ranr

dolnh. said the ruling "probably

will be eppealed." r

10:30 a.mi MORNINQ WORSHIP -7:30
Third Word from the Cross: J K
"Woman behold thy ton! i Behold v :
thy mothorj" ; j n
i;.Th Reverend Oscar W. Olsen Pastor Lf'.,
This Church ia Protestant, Interdenominational and i
affiliated with the National Council of the Churches
of Christ la the United States of America, h-

lJ) fresh!

- -AVOSET Cream

' u tweet and fresh
month tod months
after k bottled

, at oar dairy.
No other cream
JreeptHke- -AVOSET
no other;

Besides, it whips fast,
.- stays whipped,
k sJways heakhfoi,
- s&fe and dclidons.


i- : sterilized



jSociai'.and Otli



Women's Auxiliary Will HoW
UimMiIi Mulliui Tullitlv

The Women's Auxiliary of the
Margarita Union Church will bold
its regular monthly meeting on

! irrthe chinxir vestry. The devotions

vmi De read oy jurs.- joon rrv


- and followed by a program of mu-l ionic Temple. Admission is 12 per

sic. Mrs. M.aweu tmiui ox jpawoa.
well known soprano solist,, will

sing several selections. The hos hostesses
tesses hostesses are Mrs,. J..W., Umkeraann
' and Mrs. Harry Buti. --
During, the evening Mm. H." N
Holland, will show color; slides of
Panama. All women are welcome.
, 16th' Jemlnhual Meeting Of
Federation 0 Christian ervke
The executive board of the Pa-
nam Federation for CtartMii

service met' av m T

witn president jars. nnj

A program, was discussed and
... a ja. Mil. .a.aa.a AAmial

outlined xorme wiu wuu-""
meeting of the Federation... which
will be held at the Seawall Mission.

. in Panama,; Apru io. --s
The Gamboa. Union Church and
" Seawall Mission wilVbe hostsfor
this decotion and fellowship of Pro-
testant ChurcJ)e&3f;.:
t)r. And .Mrs. Clary V ,
Announce Birth
Clary, of Springfield, Missouri, an-

' MartiA, March M ta Spr ng-

fleld. The oaDy m ine yi, Tw
end son. and third child. t .,

Mrs., Gary is the former Mary

Martin ewianuy """ x,"-

. Cristobal. The baby's, paternal

, grandmother i Mrs. W, Jf.( oiary,
Sr., of Memphis, Tuu
Auene Will Ptay '
, At" April -FjooIs' Dance-' -Luis
(Lucho) A?carraga, whose
new long-playing phonograph rec rec-.VmsD.n.m.
.VmsD.n.m. rec-.VmsD.n.m. sNt" has ai-

ready sold hundreds ofeopwajn

Panama tht Canal Zone,- and al alia
ia alia In th United State, will be the

featured attraction at the April

Fools Day Economy Pane given
h AKaii : fioarl Ttmnt i rm the

night of March SO. The dance will
be lield'from :30 mto- lirSO'

in the ballroom of the Ancoir Ma


i-a parent wno gives nil cnua a

iranaquuizer pm to Keep mm quiet
may be doing permanent harm to
the youngster's personality.
I Tfiltt- anil Athi mtminfli kKAtit

K h. V n.UM.W WVM.

me use ana souse ox uie new
Chappy" drugs were sounded by

testimony before a House Approp-
.:.: t. J -.:

fiauuua ;auucommiii.e. ion lesu-

mony was made public today.
' Tkai tfAVArninnnf nvnn)4a fCVaiAr.

the discovery of such drugs has

priKiucaa bit. aavance in uie
trfitmiir at aniilfiA mental

pnysiaans may oe overdoing it,
. i t 4 ,. iss jl ...

particularly m : prescriDing tnem

lor cniiarea.
i Tlr Ralnh W. RuraM TTnivar.

rt Rij.litrf ait n.nmiliirtiljlMrt.r

be called in to Mr. George, FuU-' professor, said one-third of all
m : VmmMAA kt AKnit Saait.- Bt!i.rafffr.ntinr.a' AtninMii HnntAra


? TIT4I..1. V Half Pnfantata nf tha

M t I IV f -"
Tan.nla invited ell Sehrinera

bind their ladles in this area to at-
1 a a l 1 -k II 1

uma tnns oance, wmcn is me urst
tn halti, in 1957. Also invited are

II Uatitni and their lidici. Sna.

cial' guests will be the 40 mem

bers who re presently attending
classes as candidates j for the
nmn 1aea nf tha Vork anrl the

0g .... .
Scottish Rile. Reservations should

man,, Recorder of Abou Saad,. at
Balboa 3272. Mr.' M. Tewjnkle ll
la cbarge.of ticket sgles.;
.T"siitlinc4ii!iir!i: iwyi fun
a. livatv' affatra With Lu

cho and W& MslstanU to provide

the music, all Who attena are
doubly assured a' pleasant .eve-

prescriptions American doctors

write today are for tranquilizers.
Tr v Jamaa A Rhinnmi HiraAfnr

of the National Institutes of Health
said some physicians afe at times
finintf tha ririiea "nnwliplv" an In

fants and children whose porsonal-

iVies are aim ucvciuiiiik.

we saia it is oara ro oeueve a

' Easc-Upbn Embargo

Of Red China YJ



"FundamentaUy," Shannon (aid,
"nin. anrial nrnaraia mmn from

dissatisfaction ith what we find
in our environment and our desire
to do something, about it. and I

think if you remove the dissatis

faction on a wide scale then ; we
will tend to halt progress."
Dr. Robert H. Felix, director of
tha Natinnal Tntitnf nf Mental

Health, said the question whether

fne drugs given to smau

children "is one oi tne gmng we




nouDiv aisurea lucuiuk hi un it u nara la i

. 1 V11..n. '...Afftf 4 .1 1 J .1 1 1 I J .11 I J

ning. as. uie wauiwum va"vj -,-weii-rounuBa inmviuuai cwuiuj
limited, those planning to attend develop from a ''tranquilized", en-1
shoiUd make early ireBervuons. .Tironment in which the child hasf
. il l J...a Haill h a a. .a I

Tne oress ior uus Mnw au w no Knowieage oi tne stresses" ana
trlrtlv informsL with sport SturtS,. train, tn whifh ha will be exoosed

1. 1 ifantlAMM I

accepiaoie i a'-f

AU Winners, nowever, an

ed to wear tneir les. . ..

Venereal Disease

Increasing In US:
Vaccine Hooted

r n i mi. i i im i i i r i mm w eudieu r

nnw.w.. - ,,ihave ot answered i

Sf.fTi. .CI i He added that it might be newer

me nauon . 7""" t nthur treatment if

tha Publie Healtn service nas ---- -z- cz

n icare wnewcr uwj mauw

vw way g or whether they, nave ; oe
.. . .. ..tal 4nr tninathinff or Aa Hot

dUeV pro!
m aid 2M ( S"f put t their' b t effort. in
F'm' !"szi r:J school." v :

ins ana gogom.e k' ., l -.

last year per cent oi uii



teen-agers Or y f



ba "lit witn


N. Y.,


TAIPEt March 2? (.UP2.T
GeneraUssimo Phiang Kai- Shrt
j tt a .mi Rritish leaders

warncu w.o. .,
today they; wool, be Pjmg mto

He told a house' appropriations' i, ,rrp

subcommittee In testimony tak en method of selecting W
Feb.15 XMWwwA-. by, police
that increases .were reported in 4 ,. .... .-.

all areas of the nation. p . -y tBt mM atepped

Vi e jf ".IVtIL. int bus nere last nignt ana

the communist nanu -Yjiportea m jwo onuw yww asbed if any of the passengers
relaxed th embargo on strategic york had 21,061 by far b d .ton, ;
goods to Red China. v y :. largest state total. Next lugn '--KA"'Cliriatiaa).'- :. if--Oo
JtS; -NattonaUst, Chinese Presi; w ohio with ,,409, flowed by ;chiffJeV-.. in indent
dent indent said that ttyase-up on the California' with !.trti9.bti$-. bm
-embarg: would be belpmgth norida with 6,469. , I : 'ZSvfn

cnrnwi vommuiu; vr ftmy jMu-Hia wwt-a. "j- The bandit : stopped While nv nv-chestnuts
chestnuts nv-chestnuts out of tho fire.Hr 41 eases. followed by pleyadn i-i? no'1 thBost Post?'Ttoai;
In making- my m n.&$Mi"Mto wit'e$ iJwfflffd (S
rhi.ntf warned.' the tTnited SUUt f f the nalidnal total of syphilis S'J.2?s3

Tj,; Mavill Ti tlPlninE m Q- apc



syoSSTST; N.Y., March 22
(UP The' weird sounds coming
from the Willi nf Mr. anil Mrs.

Irving-. Scott's new home were

gone toaay.'-;.

day. A friend told them : not to

worry when they encountered

strange sounds because "new

houses make funny noises. '
Scott, after trying vainly to fret
A. -1 1 : l A . J .L

to aieep ius- nigni, went uw ijn

oatnroom wnere me noise 1
n.Mil K. aAMianti.atl

jerked the medicine cabinet loose

irom tne wau. out of the eavity
staggered a disheveled and very

Pius Found Okay

Vatican rrrv. uni 91 ttp

a A fl 11 1 a

-a ruuie nieaicu cnecK-up

OHUW vyX! A lUm AaA W U Ul VA"
11anf hdtklth VaHr-M iahias

4111 r vviu iu uuikia v sum e 1 vijvf 1 aa fi ivh yui vvei
VThey Will be playing into the said today,
Communists';' hands and will be "The sources said Swiss special.

helping to aeieat inemseives, -tne tist Dr. ram nuenans visitea tne
19 year old Nationalist leader Pope yesterday to conduct the
j j j .t...i.

uueu. ; , .... n-ucya. ;. -, 1 t .-, t

mi i r -t v aTi a mm mm f jii

ii miii


Most r


peace rumors as "groundless
and denied lied iiiinee. premier
Chou-en-Lai't. charge that the U U-nited
nited U-nited States had turned the Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist island of Formosa into a

dependency." .
. Ho M4 mnjw9ln?Mf!!
in desperate need of help. "They
are just now beginning to feel the
f tha mhirm that besan

durinf the Korean Wr,' he do

clared. ;. x"".
- -Chiang voiced the pope, that
President Eisenhower and British
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
in their current Bermuda talks,
would realize "that any relaxation
now could undo all that we have
accomplished in six years of the
embargo." a
The British desire to relax the
embargo and promote trade with
Communist China was reported .to
be one of the points Macmillan
wanted to discuss with Mr. Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. : : . -"'A '
But Chiang said that should the
Western powers do this it will

help the Communists to survive



lis tis. ' v

1 : : xiiVJ

a 1 v 1 1 ri too

1 m m 1 I f

Wbererer yon go,

U want to

carry year Kodak

camera, to retort
the fun ef eait-deer
dryeasoa pleasures.

Be smre to boy enough fUni ow

so yea won t be eanrn anon.
(Remember Carnival is coming
the first weekend ef March.)

for taking photos la
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Montreal Molher
Has Quadruplets;

3 Girls, 1 Boy

A 4-year-ld mother gave birth
prematurely today to quadruplets,
three girls and a boy. The mul multiple
tiple multiple birth was predicted two

months ago by Xrays.
The auads. who welshed a total

of 18 pounds. 8 ounces, were born

witnin zz minutes to Mrs. Audrey

ennsuan Munro. 01 fomte ciaire.

Que., at St. Joseph's Hospital in
nearby Lachine. Both mother and

oames were reported in good condition.

The first baby, a 3V4 pound lrL

was born at 12:33 p.m. She was

followed by another girl of
the same weight. The third baby

was a 5 pound, 1 ounce boy. and

the last a 4 pound, 3 ounce girl.
Mrs. Munro and her husband.

William, 35, a sales estimator in
Lachine, had five other children,
two boys and three girls. They

range in age from 2 to 10 years.
All were single births.

The quads were placed in sep-

Bioic luyuuaiuif tu Mia uuoiAba.

xney were Dorn iwo monms pre'
"This is a very excited hospit

al, said Dr. a. Mourgeau, one

of four doctors on hand for the
delivery. "The mother was calm

and knew some time ago that X

rays showed she would have


Munro, who waited all night at
the hospital for the births, was

weary but happy. He said the sud

den enlargement of the family

would force them to move from

their modest six-room house; 1

The couple will celebrate their

14th wedding anniversary ,on
April 12. . : ' ?
. "We had hoped for ,four and
that's 4 what we jgot," aid Munlo.

f ive re "very, nappy ,-na ,wuunve
much to celebrate. We will waie a

few days before picking names."
Munro was permitted to visit
his wife briefly after the delivery.
"She's fine, ran tellou that,"
he said.
Mrs. Monro' was taken to the
hospital last night. Munro said the
births had been scheduled for
about May 19.

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tfEW YORK, March 22 (UP) California fans,
who hope to have major league baseball within three
years, get a look at the brand of game they're bid bidding
ding bidding for in exhibitions tonight at San Francisco and
San Diego.

The San Francisco Seals of
the pacific Coast League open a
three-game series with the Bos Boston
ton Boston Red Sox and expect to draw
about 20,000 fans for each con contest.
test. contest. The Cleveland Indians and
New York Giants carry their
pre-season rivalry into San Die Die-Id
Id Die-Id tonight.
The games come on the heels
iif:an announcement that San
Yancisco and Los Angeles have
oined forces in an all-out drive
o lure major league teams to
California.. Mavor George Chris

topher of San Francisco and
faayor Norrls Poulson met
rhnrsdav to nlan strategy to

bruiR big league ball first to Los

Angeles ana men to sail i
j Poulson recently met with
Brooklyn Dodger officials in
Tero Beach, Fla-, and then in in-I
I in-I dicated Los Angeles had an ex ex-f
f ex-f cellent chance ot getting the
National League champions by




Meanwhile, back at the Flori Florida
da Florida training "ranches," Nation National
al National League teams continued to
make merry at the expense of
the world champion New York
Yankees. The Cincinnati Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs thumped the Yankees and
Don (No-Hit) Larsen, 20-6, on
Wednesday and the St. Louis
Cardinals took advantage of
three errors to whip the cham champions
pions champions Thursday, 9-2.
St. Louis took a 4-2 lead a a-'
' a-' gainst johnny Kucks in the first
seven innings arid scored five
runs in the eighth off Ralph
Terry. Four of these wer& un unearned,
earned, unearned, coming after lnfielder
Tommy Carroll made an error
with two out and the bases load loaded.
ed. loaded. Carroll was optioned to
Richmond before the game
The Yankees, playing without
Mickey Mantle,, got only.' five
hits off Herman; Wehmeier,,
Larry Jackson and Hoyt '"Wll '"Wll-helm.
helm. '"Wll-helm. Mantle, the' American
League batting champion, has a
bruised left thumb which will
keep him out pf today's game
with Kansas city at West Palm

Beach and Saturday night's
game with Brooklyn at Miami.
Charley Neal and Don Zim Zim-mer,
mer, Zim-mer, who are trying to win regu regular
lar regular jobs with the Dodgers, hit
two-run homers In the seventh
inning at Miarrii at Brooklyn
rallied to whip the Kansas City
Athletics in a night game, 6-3.
Zimmer, who leads the Dodgers
in -homers with four, smashed
his latest as a pinch-hitter to
boost his average to .389.
Cincinnati, fresh from the
battering it gave Larsen, gave
Robin Roberts of the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phillies the same treat treatment
ment treatment Thursday at Clearwater.
Th,e Redlegs slammed Roberts,
one of baseball's finest pitchers,
for 14 hits and seven runs in five
innings en routfr to a 13-10. vic

tory. The Reaiegs couectea zz
hits, 21 off Roberts and rookie
Tom Qualters. George Crowe got
five of Cincinnati's hits.


Team W
Conejos . ..4
palomas ...... 4
Ocelots ., .. ..3

Pumas 2
Macaws 1
Pericos 0

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At Tampa, snorts top


ny Loran and outfielder Wes

Covington each hit three
homers and accounted for all
the Milwaukee runs as the
Braves defeated the Chicago
White Sox, 10-7. Each drove in
five. Logan has bit six homers
this spring.

At Lakeland, Frank Lary
pitched six scoreless innings
and second baseman Frank
Boiling drove In five runs with
a three-run homer and a two two-run
run two-run triple to lead the Detroit

Tigers 10 a -z victory urcr uic jess 1 v

Washington senators. Lary-'-iFrtrtiPmn

towea oniy uiree nits.

Ocelots and Pericos Draw
Th Ocelots came from be

hind in the sixth inning to score
two runs and tie up the Pericos

at eight-all. as darkness prevent prevented
ed prevented further play at the Fastlich

Teenage Ball park, Thursday

Ness. Pericos first sacker. hit

a. grand slam home, run in the
second, ,hls fifth of the season
to tie with pajak, Palomas third
baseman. French of the Ocelots
lined one over the left field

fence for Jits first round tripper

of the season ana vaugnn put
one over the center field fence
for his second of the season to
bring the total to thirty nine
homers by Teeners.
Martin, for the Pericos, and
Ammirati, for the Ocelots,

matched each other pitch lor
pitch and when the game ended
each pitcher had allowed eight
runs, six hits and five walks.
' The Pericos scored five In the
second on a single by Martin
and a bases loaded home run by

Ness and three in the fourth on.

Martin's second single, two walks
and a single by Brown. The Oce Ocelots
lots Ocelots scored two in the first on a
single by J. Morris and a home
run by Vaughn and. a single by
Anderson and two rn- the sixth
on a single by J. Morris and a
double by Reynolds,
J. Morris for the Ocelots led
with two for three., For the Pe-

ricso, Martin "was the leading

mtter wim two ror tnree,

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MAM AT WORK Roland La Staraa. left, nunishes his midsection with. sit-uD exercises dur

mg an afternoon at his place of businM-rLou StiHman's Gymnasium in ;ew York. Jt'U take

plenty, of theseJefore he's ready to box again. .'


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Pres Trim Leads First Fliaht

Of 'Early Jimei Ringer
Tournament At Summit Hills

In Mount Hope Track Meet

By Conrado Sargeant

The box scpre;

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Marcum 2b ......

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Eddie Bressoud's triple and

Ossie Virgil's sacrifice fly ena

bled the Giants to edge the Bal

timore Orioles, 2-1, at Scotts Scotts-dale,
dale, Scotts-dale, Ariz. Connie Johnson pro provided
vided provided a bright spot for the los

ers by pitching five scoreless In


At Mesa Ariz., ifcortstofi Eriile

Banks, making h first appear

ance of the spring alter nursing
a sore arm, included two hom homers
ers homers among his four hits to lead
the Chicago Cubs to a 5-4 vic

tory over the Cleveland Indians.


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Brown ss

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Bright, F. rf

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Ammirati p
Vaughn cf
Anderson lb

Price c
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Dubbs rf .
Reynolds rf

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SUMMARY Home runs

French, Ness, Vaughn. Two base

nits: Reynoias. strike outs: Am Ammirati
mirati Ammirati 5, Martin 6. Walks off:
Ammirati 5, Martin 6. Left on
base: Pericos 5, Ocelots 6. Dou Double
ble Double plays: Morris to Anderson.
Umpires: Mohl and Huddleston.
Time of game: 1:40. Scorer:

Cricket News

Bringing a thrilling encounter
to an exciting finish, the Surrey
C.Gi last Sunday quickly knocked
up 150 runs for seven wickets In
reply to 135 for eight made hv

the Wanderers CO.. thus notch.

in their first win In the hot

tnree-cornerea race for cricket
supremacy on th Atlantic xM

At bat, the Wanderers club was

iea Dy jc. "Hammer" Bowen,
with a lusty 43 runs, and s

"Butch" Hewitt with a defen.

sively played 26 runs, hot out. A.
Dennis, 26, and V' Joe" Brath Brath-walte,
walte, Brath-walte, 22, were the other ton


Surrey's blitz-uke attack fea featured
tured featured the batting of A. Critch Critch-low,
low, Critch-low, 35 runs, c. DeSousa, 31, w.
DeSOUZa. 30. not OUt. F. Franlr.

lin, 20, and R. Waterman, 12.
Their bowling honors were
shared by H. Mlgnott, 3 for 14,
Crltchlow, 2 for 26, Waterman.

iot i, Morgan- 1 ior is,
and c. DeSouza, I for 34. For the
Wa nripr.r. r r ri u..i..

. . v W. AVIAAUUXig

wok s wicxeu ior 32 runs, A.

vermis, y ior 38y and R. Escalo
na, 2 for 40. Wanderers c.C. will
play Excelsior C.C this Sunday

fc ue Heignis uvai.

Three imported and three na na-itive,
itive, na-itive, thoroughbreds are sched-

utea xo maKe meir oeuut i u

President Remon racetrack to

They ar the Imported racers

Silver Blue, vergniaux ana Le
Matelot and natives Sandokan,
Rock 'n Roll and Vllma P.

Silver Blue, a two-year-old;

chestnut filly by Penny Post
out of Blue Haie, was recently
imported from Argentina by
Louis Martini for his Haras
Carlnthia. Trained by Agustin
Soane Jr., Silver Blue Is a
scheduled starter in the eighth
The other, listed to go' In the
eighth, is Le Matelot, a two-year-old
Chilean-bred brown
colt, by Holmbush-La Vlcentlna.
Owned by the Stud Los Siete Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto E. Fenton Is the trainer.'
Vereniaux, a Chilean three-

year-old bay colt, by Light Craft-

Valentma, also is the property
of the Haras Carinthla stable
under the guidance of Soane. He
will start In the 11th race.
The natives Sandokan, Rock
'n Roll and V'lma P are all en entries
tries entries In the fourth race. San Sandokan
dokan Sandokan Is by far the most im impressive
pressive impressive this trio of two-year-olds.
He is a speedy cbestnut
son of Keyhaven-Polar Maid,

owned by the Stud Qulteno

by the Stud Rio Grande and
trained by Eustacio Garciia de
Paredes. She has trained well
and could upset Sandokan;
' It seems that a:new efa is In
the making, for local horse rac racing.
ing. racing. New-manager Pablo A. (Pa (Pa-pi)
pi) (Pa-pi) Thayer, who will take office
on April 1, is apparently bent oil
improving as many phages of
the local turf sport as possible.
He is negotiating insurance
for the Jockeys, has met with

track employes, horse owners
and trainers and has requested
their opinion regarding matters

Thayer is repeatedly quoted
as saying he would like to have'
harmony among all those con connected
nected connected with the operation of
the track! V.I. Zl fV
It Is indeed heartening to feel

that an experienced turfman
like Thayer is going ,to be dedi

cated to the task .of continuous
improvement of local horserac, horserac,-ing.
ing. horserac,-ing. However, most of the im improvements
provements improvements will go for naught If
the present antiquated handi handicapping
capping handicapping system is maintained. r
Like our colleague, Arquime Arquime-des
des Arquime-des Fernandez of El Dia, we are
firmly convinced that the dis discontent
content discontent among owners and

trainers can only be eliminated


Capturing eight 1 first places out

ot a possible 13 events and tieing
for another, Albrook Air Force's

track team out-pointed Cristobal

High School 57 to 48 to win at Mt.
Hope Stadium last Thursday night.

Albrook's Turner gave the fans
a display of endurance when he
captured, both the Mile run and
the 880. Cristobal High's miler,
Dick Williams set a new school
record while running second- to
Turner. Williams' 4:57 was the

best time ever made by a Cnsto

bal High School runner. Albrook's
Giiidet also finished first twice,
one in the 100 yard dash at 10.8

and again in the 180 yard, Low

Hurdles, negotiating the distance
in 21.5. V
There were several other in-

! stances of outstanding performanc

es ior inp less expenencea Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal team, Billy Rankin finished
in front n the 440 yard dash with
a 56.8 and Eddie Smith got a first
place in the 220-yard dash at 24.3.
Bill Gibson tossed the discus 136'
5" for a first in that event and
Charlie Detore's.19' S": in his first
attempt at the broad jump pit

Wednesday night, was tops tor

the evening. r v


It was a busyweekend it Sum

mit Hills March 16 and 17 when
most -of the golfers were out try

ing to. trim their scores in the
Early Times Ringer Tournament.
Most of the nlaveri wera kuccakh.

ful in clipping strokes from their

Qualifying scores. In the first fliaht

Pres Trim took a six stroke lead

with a 70, even par. His first nine

score is 33 which is 'the lowest
nine holes score .thus far in the

In the second flieht Ted Jordan

held on to the lead with his one

under par 69 but he has plenty of
challengerfl. Morris Cherry is sec

ond wins an even par 76 and three
players, Walter Grow, R. K. Soys Soys-ter
ter Soys-ter and Howard Tettenburn are all
tied for third with 71's.
In the third flight Fred Iflayes,
N. B, Stephenson and H. M. Tho Thomas
mas Thomas Jr. are all tied for the lead
with 77's. Don Parr and Malcolm
Wheeler are deadlocked in fourth
place. -.-v
Harriet Sergpi- and Pearl, Trim
are tied for the lead in the wom women's
en's women's flight with 76's. Lynn Jones
is third with a 79 and Louise Jones
fourth with an 80.
Players in the tournament real realize
ize realize that now is the best time to
score birdies as the Summit course
is a lot tougher to sqore on when
it starts to rain. That is the reason
for the heavy, play in the first two
weeks of the tournament.

The leaders-In eacn Ifightltrt
as follows:


Pres Trim
George Itiley

rerc (iraham
Vfj P. Carlton.
Bob Toland.

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Ted Jordan
Morris Cherry
Wlter Grow Grow-R.
R. Grow-R. JS.. Soyster
H. Tettenburn

35-34-69 :
35-36 71

Fppd TTnvo. in w..,

N. B. Stephenson v 40-37 77.
H. M Thnmiia Jr ; .... a.a it

Don Parr 441 91
Malcolm- Vyheeler r -. 4249 81 w

38- 3876
39- 3776
39- 4079
40- 40-0

Harriet Serger

Eearl Trim a :
ynn Jones -'-

Louise Jones
Peggy Montanye

ine tournament till has seven

weeks to run so there is still plenty
of time for new entries to egt inta
the tournament. Sign ud at th of.

fico before starting to play, The
tournament rules and the local
playing rulea are posted f E the

uuiicuil.uuaius. .', ...rj

North Carolina, Kansas
Favorites In Tonight's
NCAA Cage Semifinals:

and trained hv Frntn Nava

rro, races (claimers, allowances, 'n Boll is nwnnd and overnight specials, combina

trained by Simeon Allen.. She Is tions, etc.). It is our fervent
a bay daughter of Bracmour- hope that the day when our
Pavera. ... jpresent inadequate handicapping
Vllma P, a brown offspring of system will be changed is not
Tamesls-Golden Mine, -Is owned far off.

Wednesday night, coast Paul
Moser of the Cristobal Tigers an

nounced plans for an annual Cris

tobal track and field night. The

first oresentation of the track and

field night wiil be. neld this coming

Wednesday at Mt. Hope btaaium

trainers can omy oc euuunaucu . .,.in-i.
bv the institution of conditional!! 81 0C10CK-

r eaturea will De tne youngsters
from Cristobal's elementary and
Jr, High schools. Cristobal High

School and members of the Alum Alumni
ni Alumni team that will be preparing for






With the local track and field one of the strongest ever.

season coming into uie .. nome spoKesman said.

stretch athletes throughout tne




Excelsior 3
Surrey . ,-l
Wanderers 1

Draw Points
1 12',
2 10
1 7Vi

tastes good

Ggarctte Should I

Doug Ford Leading
Money Winner
Among Golf Pros
Ford. 34-year-old Mahopae, N.Y
pro who hit' collected in every
tournament b entered this year
leads golfs mobey winners so far
this year with $13,848.55 in win winnings.
nings. winnings. The PGA Tournament Bureau
also revealed that Arnold Palmer

of Latrobe, Pa., is second at S10,-

zisz witk jay Hebert of Ssnford,
Fla.. third at f7.9M.33. Ed Fnrroi

of St. Andrew. HI., is fourth at
$686 87 and Art Wall Jr.of Po-

cono Manor, Pa U fifth at 8629.

Isthmus are aettinz In

practice sessions for the Balboa

DaIdvi rr Anrfl K

IfcVlttJV Vli ltWU(W4
March 27 Is the entry deadline
for entries, which should be

turned into the Balboa Gym Of Office,
fice, Office, or mailed to Box 3840, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. The sponsors expect competi competition
tion competition for both team and individ individual
ual individual honors will be closer than
ever this year. Most of the en

tries have- been In one or more
meets thus far, and things look
good for some red hot contests,
a spokesman said. Each team

will have Its stars and there is
alwavs the unknown athlete

from the military establishment
who takes the gold trophy in his

events, ne pomtea out.
There are a total ol 18 events
in the program, 13 of which will
count in the team champion championship.
ship. championship. Four- relays have been
scheduled: two sprint relays of
440 and, 880 yards, a medley re relay
lay relay with legs of 440, 220, 220, and
880, and a mile r relay. Other
track events that go into the
scorlne for the team champion-

shin are the 100-yard dash, 120-1

yard high hurdles, lao-yara row
hurdles, and the mile run. In the

field, the events will be the dis

cus, 12-pound snot put, nign
lump, broad Jump, ; and pole
vault '. j

For the younger athletes ana
14 to be Included In the- team

si vt. are live tract: events.

Ti tee of them are relay, an ele-

m ntary school relay, a seven tn
grle relav and an eiehth vrade
relay, all 444 fards.. in addition,
there la a 100-yan dash for the


Albrook has two good men in
Turner and Heintzman, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High has Dick Williams, and
Balboa High Abel Lagassie. Tur

ner, Heintzman, and Williams
have already been under five
minutes, and Lagassie has been

pusning in tnat direction stead'
ily, he declared.

Fort Kobbe Tennis
Tournament Gels
Underway Monday
The Fort Kobbe' Tennis Tourna

ment for 1957 will begin Monday,
March 25, it was recently an announced
nounced announced by the Fort Kobbe Spe Special
cial Special Services Officer, 1st Lt,

Charles Gum.

The tournament which is divid

ed into two divisions, singles and
doubles play, is open to aO mili military
tary military personnel performing duty on
the post of Fort Kobbe. Winners

in both singles and doublet will be

eligible to represent Fort Kobbe
hi the Panama Area. Armed Forc

es Tennies championship which

begins on May 1 at the 15th Na Naval
val Naval District.

Current U.S. Lawn Tennis Rules

will apply to the tournament it

was announced, with match win

ners determined by the best two
out of three sets op to the finals
and thereafter by the best three

out of five sets. , ; i

Awards for -the singles and dou-

rrada and another for the blei champkms and runners tip

8th grade. ; jwill be presented by Lt. Cmn.
Even with defendlni cham-I A scratch meeting was held to to-pldn
pldn to-pldn Eddie OtXmnell of the'day Friday, at the port gymaa gymaa-Athletic
Athletic gymaa-Athletic Club not competing In 'slum to determine pauincs and
the mile run, the field will be. playing times.

the Baboa relays next April 5,

, The events promise to be color

ful and should sive track .and

field adicts a good idea of what

to expect from future Cristobal

High teams.
Complete results of last Wednes
riav's mpet follows:

70-Yard High Hurdles Mescall

(AAF) 9.3; Gibson (CHS)
100-Yard Dash Guidet (AAFJ
10 8: Smith fCHS): Scott (AAF)

- One Mile Run Turner (AAF)

4:54.2: Williams (CHS): Heinzel-

440-Yard dash Rank! n(CHS.(
IS.-: Brooks (CHS); Anamonia
(AAF) Tied
140-Yard Relav Albrook AF

180-Yard Low Huudles Guidet

(AAF) 21.5; Detore (CHS) Zl.e;
Mescall M AAF)
MA-Yard Run Turner (AAF)

2-1R4: Blevins (CHS): Cox (CHS)

220-Yard Dash Smith (CHS)
S4.3: Cabanula (CHS); Mescall

Unify Lodge Elks
Married Men Play
Bachelors Tomorrow
The married men and bache

lors of Unity Lodge No.. 1084 of

the IBPOB of W win meei to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Santa
Cruz ball park to hold a base baseball
ball baseball game.
Refreshment will be served
after the game. The public ts
invited. .
The Balboa Gun Club will have
a 90 round 45 Pistol Match at Its
Farias Ranee Sundaa. Shooting

win begin at 9 a.m.

This match is opea to ail putoi


- Entries must be la by 1:45 the

day of the match.

The following events are also

scheduled at the Balboa G a
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March 31. 4 position small bore
rifle match.
April 14. big bore match. ,
This win be an any calibre, cen center
ter center ore, any sight match,

four teams in tonight's semi-finals

ot tne JNCAA tournament drilled
yesterday at the scene of action,
with the coaches of favored North

Carolina and Kansas issuing ad
vice to their rivals.

North Carolina 30-0 is favored
over Michigan State 16-8 in th

battle for the eastern title at 8:30s

p.m. .kst; Kansas 23-2. is picked
oyer defending Champ San Fran

cisco ii-6 tor tne western crown

at 10:30 p.m. EST.
But Coaches Frank McGuire
of North Carolina and Dick
Harp of Kansas wV busily
sanding out rays of hop for
their foes.

"I think other teams might have
a better chance of beating us if
they would relax," said McGuire.

inelr coaches are so tense when

they face us that their players are

not at tneir Dest. x
Harp, on the other hand, feels
that San Frantisco, "A great de defensive
fensive defensive team with a ereat coach

in Phil Woolpert, has all the in

gredients needed to beat us."

JVhat's needed to beat Kansas, -of
course, is some way f stop stopping
ping stopping AU-American Wilt The' Stilt
Chamberlain, the seven,-foot sopho.
more who averages almost 30
points per game, grabs rebounds,
and bats away opponents' shots.
Coach Woolpert says he's decided
from Watching, movie of Cham
berlain that he's just "unstoppa-'
"Mayba we'll play all f Ive
men against him," Woolpeit jok joked.
ed. joked. "And maybe Wt'll ust'ig--nor
him and concentrate on
the other four players." s
McGuire received a full scout scouting
ing scouting report on Michigan State when
he arrived and said he expects a
mighty tough game because : "I

know the Big Ten and its teams
are all tough." i

Coach ? Forddv Anderson"? of

Michigan State didn't show anv of

the tenseness McGuire spoke 1 of,
but he observed, "Someone's1 go going
ing going to snap North: Carohan's win

ning streak and it might just as

well be us."

Along The Fairvays

In their own version of Armed

Forces -Day on Saturday, March

16, forty faithful female fairway

favorites turned out at Rodman
Golf Club to do battle for a dos-

en beautiful and useful prizes.

Perhaps the distant sound of
shot and shell echoing from Al Albrook
brook Albrook Air Force Base was the dis

turbing factor responsible for the
erratic display of golf by Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's hard-working shotmakers. At
any rate, when the smoke bad
cleared, Martha Brewster emerg

ed as low net winner with the ex

cellent score of 70. Martha' is a

new PWGA member, off to a fly-.

ing start -
Eve Wright also turned in a

card of 70, but lost to Martha in

the showdown for first prise. -Katie
Call won low gross with

an 82. which score in itself Is not

too unusual, but the way she went
about it was enough to make any

self-respecting golfer turn to cro-

on the first nine Katie piayea as

though she didn't know what it

was to mike a bad met. ana

carded an easy par 38. However,

she really ran out of steam on the
back nine and it was a sad story

of missed chips, missed potts,
penalty strokes, etc., etc., which
sdded up to an unbelievable 46.
Is there a golf pro in the house?
Other winners and their set
scores were as follows:

Eve Wright
, Elisabeth Weber
Margaret Daltoo
Connie Bishop :
Edith Mathieson
Wilms Riley
Lee Knuth
Marge Sewefl
Beverly DUfer


Bobbie Hughes
Barbara Robertson


Prominent among the prizes dis- -tributed
to the above winners was
a bottle of .House of Lords scotch
donated by Jack Shor, a bottle of
Castle Club gin presentel by Na National
tional National Distillers, aqd two very use-
ful PAA bags from Pan-American -World
Airways. The PWGA mem
bers are indeed grateful for the
faithful support, of these firms, 'as s
evidenced by the continued dona- .-tion
tion .-tion of their well-known products.
On Saturday: we were pleased
to welcome eight new PWG.A
members: B Bell, Martha Brew Brewster,
ster, Brewster, Betty Gildersleeve, Lanelle -Logan,
Barbara Robertson, Joan
Webb, and Polly Zon. Also wo wo-are
are wo-are glad' to have Wilma Riley
back in the fold after an absenco
nfilwft or three veara. We hone to

see all of these girls again at our
next regular PWGA tournament
which will be held af the Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador Golf Club in AprtL ;

rr.IDAT, MARCH 22, 1957

, 7,' tEt fANAMJi; AMERICAN ?C, INDEPENDENT PAP; WIWSrArtp"""" 4', -U: i- pA(JB ;
Pavinetto Match



Poppa Fly nn Rates Good
Chance Despite Layoff

. Comatose and Pavinetto are expected to be co co-i
i co-i avoritea tomorrow afternoon in the featured $650
one-mile gallop for third Series imported thorough
bredsat the President lemon racetrack. : j

Pappa tFJynn, which 'returns
from a two-month .layoff, it sure

to be heavily backed in the mu

tuels also. Tony and Plateade

rouna out tne neta of live -.scheduled
atirter. '
Leading jockey Ruben' Vasquej
will, ride Comatose while steadily
improving Brauho Baeza, who
rode Comatose to a 'second place
finish behind Gavilan last week,
will be. aboard Pavinetto.
The' latter wound up a fast clos closing
ing closing third in the seven furlong race
after getting off several lengths
behind-the field.: The mile dis

tance should be no handicap to
Pavinetto. He recently turned the
distance bul;38 2-5 while scoring
an upset-victory over the highly
rated Chiroke. t
: .Bias iAguirre,' who returns from
a rest period himself (he's back
after serving a four-meet suspen

sion) will handle the reins aboard

Pappa Flynn. The latter was taken

out of serious training following

several disappointing perform

ances in January Tne dockers re

port that Pappa Flynn has been

working well and should be in the
thick of thing at. the finish tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. ,,
Tony, which will be ridden by

Fortunato Hidalgo Jr., could
sprint a. surprise .here. His most

recent performances have been


Plateado closed with a rush last

week after his usual sluggish be

ginning but ; will be handicapped

greatly py tne-.change of riders.
Fernando Alvaret, now serving a
suspension, rode the Stud Buena
Fe nope last week, Douglas Cortez
is scheduled to ride the Argentine

router tomorrow.

PacifiC:SpftJ)all League


Tasco Batteries

Hon Lest ret. iBimich rt a.

Lou Olud Agency 9 0 1000 Carlin, lb' .,..'. 4




Race Track. Graded Entries

1 1

C. N. Pan-Liquido 4

Hq.8sHo.. 20th Jnf. 1

Tasco Batteries- 4 1
Blatz. Brewers i. 0

,r Next Gawfcs

March, 25 :sHq and

ini. vs urn qnua Agency., i
March 26 r Slat? Brewers va, C)
N- Pan Liquldo. ,v
. March 27: Lou Olud Agency vs!
Tasco Batteries. t f i
-.March ,2a:. C NPanf -Llquidd,
VS Hq. and Hq. 20th Infantry..
March 29i Ta,sco : Batteries va
Blatz Brewers. "1 '.

yz .por Bowman, 3b 4
2 -.SSa.Sprague, bs ...., 2
3- .250 Welty, c 3
-4, .000 Nesbitt, 2b 4

Qtirlst, If .'3
ISmlth, rf 3
26th;'! Newman, p 's

Racetrack;. Tips


1 La Enea
2 Jaqulmao
3 Soberano
4 Sandokan
5 r-Destello 5 -(Reynold
7 Bradonrn
I Silver Blue
f Mfchirlpa

v 3fl 7

Umpires: Ed- Womble1 and Red 10-rPavlnetto
Keith. Scorer: Henry jClark. 1 11 Celestial Fire


Oro Purito


Don Dani
Empire Cross

Empire Honey
Pappa Flynn
. Crews Hill

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mm m

SUNSHINE STATE A lot of people utem to believe that
ne New York Giants ate down, if not Out, but there is notW
in the way of evidence here. Owner Horace Stoneham smiles
below an Arizona skimmer, talking things over with Manager'
Bill Rignev n Phoenix ,,

P.P. Jockey Comment' 044i

in RMctr v" Natives 7 Fgs. Purse $30 ur' Pool Closet 12:15 I

1 blimplco B. Agulrre 113 Early speed only

3 Ika vBV Flores 11 Rateseood chance

a. uuutiig i arm inaicaies

- 8 La Enea

4 Moonshiner J. M. Bravo 113 Was never better

J3 Rablblanco B. Baeza 122 Not in best form
6 Jachalin F. Oodoy 120 -Fastest at getaway '.
I T Soli to H. Oustines 103x Dangerous this time
8 Marcelita, JU, Vasquez $. Jockey insists.





? 3-1

2nd Race 5th Series Imp. 8 Fgs. Purse 500

Pool Closes 1:15

rff:,"ACT:.Xf THE DOUBLE i
1 Ore Purito' A: Vasquez 118 Ran well in last
a Oyster D. Cortez 108 Blazing early speed
3 Reflector ;V. Ortega 15 Dangerous contender
4 Jaquimazo R. Vasquez 118 Usually beats these fc;
8 Sweet Windsor XiOrtey, 110 Tqughej? .competition iT


3rd Re T NaUvet I Fgs. Pr.e f27S

. ,, ONE TWO . .i

Pool Closes 1:45


2 Soberano
8 Bugaba
4 Fllon
6 Carlotav

A.' Vasquez 118 UForm indicates
' C. Ruiz 113 WUl flght it out
J. Qongora 115 Returns improved
F. Oodoy 108 Could be upsetter
H. Gustlnes 105x Light weight can help





4th Race "Non-Winners" Natives Purse $250 Pool Closes 2:20
1 Bl Pequefto r H. Reyea 108 Brief early speed r' ,; 25-1
2 Sandokan J. Gongora U2 Keyhaven-Polar Maid EVEN
3 Pichoto, A, Vasque, 115 .Will set the pace 2-1
:v4.Rock And Roll Bravo 110 Bracmour-Pavera 5-1
5 Angelita .. B. Baea .108 Not much use f 8-1
8 VUma p ,F. Hidalgo 110 Tamesis-Golden Mine v 3-2
7-rPresidente A.. Gonzales 106, Showing improvement 4-1

gta Race "B and C Natives I F. Purse $350

Pol Closes 2:55

, 2 Destello
3 Takeaway
4 Tosiklta
5 Pangolt

A. Ycaza 110 Distance to liking,.
- R. Vasquez 124 Much the best
B. Baeza 108 Has late foot
A: Vasquez 118 Always dangerous
, R. Cristian 110 Gets real test here

3- 5
4- 1

fh Race 8th Series Imp. Fgs. Purse 460 Peel Closes 3:25

1 FeUae t t-2Rlscal
2Rlscal t-2Rlscal
, 3 Don, Danl

. ronton


: X. Flores 115
' C. Ruli.112
A. Vasquez 112
F. Hidalgo 108

5 P. de-Gales M. Guerrero 105
8 Reynold .- B. Baeza 118
7 Carraway R, Cristian 112
8 Hlncaple A. Men lis
Lanero J. Jimenez 108

Returns from layoff
Improved; can win
Lacks early speed
Has good workouts
Hard to beat here
Fastest at break
Not sound horse 1
Rider handicaps

, 3-1
- 5-1

?th Race th Series Imp. 8 Ffs.Pure $500

1 Copar r H; Drio 108 Ran well In last
. 2 Moon Beam B. Baeza 119 Distance suits style.

. ciiuumin
A Sno U

5 CuraJe

BRADENTON. rWhen Fred Haney replaced Charley
Grimm as Milwaukee manager .in mid-June last season,
the Braves were in the second division. They promptly

won 11 straight and at season's end they had missed Big

Casino by only pne trick. ; l; '. i !:

To the Innocent bystander It 'was a performance that would

seem to entitle the chunky little Irlsher to bows as manager of

trie year. .. or at least to share the ceremoniau with Bireue

Tebbetts of the Cmclnanu Reds, eventual recipient..

- : f : . r i

It goes to show how little innocent bystanders know about

such things. Why, If It : hadn't been for Haney. the Braves

would have won the pennant.' But.! bunt. bunt. How ridiculous

can you get?r And with, all' the1 heavy lumber the Braves carry,,
tOO.-:-' V ." k'ti''-'fi ' V

Mr. Haney smiled" wryly. V

"Wberi you lose si, pennant by one game the : field for sec

ond, guessing' is wide .and rich. Any one of a dozen mines

might have caused you to lose. In my case, the boys apparent

ly decided. to settle on the( bunt. ,!. ; , ,' .C

Chances are he waant surprised. He had Ed Mathews, om

of his bir wood rays bunt In the critical windnn series with

the Cards last fall and when it backfired, the press-box pundits
demanded to knew in box-car type 'What Mr. Haney. was usinr

for a head, An old,, discarded cabbage perhaps?

This was an eighth or nlnth-lnnlng situation, the Braves

trallins: bar a-run. and Hank Aaron on first with none down.

Mathews' sacrifice attempt : rolled straight to .the pitcher and

Aaron was an easy force. Big joe -Adcock fanned and Anay

Pafko' fouled out. -J

By then nothins; was working for the Braves. Everybody

had stopped hitting except Aaron, and only the veteran Spahn
remained dependable in the box. . and the next night he waj

to pitch three-hit ball tor -11 innings, then lose In the 12th,
and that was to be the end of the Braves' pennant dream.
,What would be 'Mr.' paney's attitude; toward the bunt this

year7 "in, ount anytime t Deiieve me 'percentage iavois us,
To me, that's good baseball. At least. It's my kind of baseball;
Naturally, you do not make a practice of buntlne your big hit.

ters. .'. But when they aren't hitting, what can you lose? They

didn't nay Babe- Ruth to bunt, but I remember' a couple of

games' he helped, beat us (the Tigers) with bunts. ;

. Wednesday's Result
Cerveceria' Naclohal Pan
quido squeezed out another close
victory over Tasco Batteries 9 to

. j, t. . ... v .

Pan Liquldo,. 'behina1 Ernie
Camnlse's steady and impressive

hurling, pounded Bob Newman

of Tasco lor ten hits mciuain

homers by Tony Ostrea an

Larry Chance.

campise neia Tasco to no-mis
and no-runs for three full in innings
nings innings before SprWue was cred

ited with an infield hit to deep

short which spurred the battery
bovs. nroduclnsr two runs on

Welty's fielder's choice and

Ohrist's triple to deep lef t-cen
ter. brinirinir the score. 4 to 2.

In the fifth, an actionpacked

Inning, Pan Liquldo increased

their lead by twoon lour singles
but Tasco Batteries came in to
capture their opponents 'with

five bla: runs on singles ny aew

man and Ghrist. Nesbitt' two

run double, an error, two' passed
balls and two bases-on-balls. At
the end of the Inning, th score

was seven to six, Tasco. v
Cervecerla'a victory was going
down the hole but constant
clutch hittihit by the first half
winners helped re-build ; their

confidence. Alter Kosilc doubled
through third, advanced to third
on Bongiorni's sacrifice, Padron
then placed runners on third
and first on a fielder's choice.
Larry chance lined Newman's
pitch to. deep left-center for a
home run to score Cerveceria
Nacional's three winning runs. 1
Gus Koelk of Pan Liquldo and
Ghrist of the losers both, had'!

two hits In three official times
to the. plate to be,, the leading

Score By Inninrs

Pan Liquldo 022 023 09 10
T. Batteries ,000 250 07 f

Pan Llauido

paoron, as

Chance, lb

Stock, 2b
Ostrea, If .
Lawyer, rf 4

Campise. d

Mikez, cf ..

Kosik, 3b

Bongiorni, c



Has Happened in Smoking!


A. Vasquez 118 Good rnt hJU

p. Cortes 108 -Brief early foot
B. Agulrre 110 Usually beats these

Ith lUte "SPWtal-l Tear OWs Pane $858 v Pool Closes 4:49

A Silver Blue R- Cristian 110 classy debutante
3 EmoJr- rmn R vaa lif Usually runnerup ;
.3 Cerveeero J. Gongora 108 Should Improve
4 Le Matelot B. Agulrre 112 Good morning preps
5 Alananooagua. Bravo 103 Best early ioA

8 Fgs. Parte $508

, 9th Race 5th Series Imp.

. (j,

t VmnW Hut... ft Ir. f r:

. . no uwuci may neip
. 2 Gourmet Ki Flores 115 Excellent mUer
3 Kadlr "v. CastUlo 118 Way down ip class
. i -Retttrn. from layoff

No Uad-Oft Man

Mr. Haney operated the Braves on a mathematical formula

last season.- .He had It figured that they could win if they got

five runs a game; i.e., that's all the cushion his pitchers would
need. How did the theory work out? -; ,

"We didn't average the five runs,'r,hergTimaceL
A check: of the records revealed the Braves engaged In 155

sames and scored a total of 709 runs, as- aeainst 775 needed to

Pool Closes 4:05 1 Ke the formula a solid chance. Incidentally, the Reds aver

aged exacuy live to a game, yet nnisnea xnira, two games oacx
of the champs. ; . ,f.
Mr. Haney win go Into the new season with his faith In

tne enicacy oi tne iormuia unsnazen.

There were two reasons why it didnl' stand for as last

season. One was tnat our hitting bogged down. Tne otner was
that we lacked a practiced lead-eff man. Of the twe, I guess

the latter did as the greater harm."
It is easy to see why that could very well have been true.
If the lead-off man gets on and the second hitter bunt him
atone, he's In scoring position for the bi wood. With the

Braves that would be Aaron; Mathews and Adcock.

Too many times last year early game Milwaukee homers
came with iht bases empty, so Instead of.having two. at times
three runs, the club had to settle for the minimum. And Just

as often, two and three-bass hits went to waste. ...

Tf Prai 11ff man rit nn Vfi" TTanta hnntjrt

Pool closes l:li whether 4t wai the first or eighth inningV That's how he got

to be known as Bunting Freddie. His reasoning: "If you get a
. Jrun in the first, that's one less you must pick up later for For
Iinill Tint -- :


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19th Raeo Sri Series top. 8 Fga-Parse $639 Pool noses
hSU 1 V11 ,10 -Rl" fl chance
2 Pavinetto B. Baeza lis Form indicates
3 Pappa Flynn B. Agui. 110 Returns ia good shape
4 Comatoe, fi. Vasquez 118 -Could go all the way
5 Plateado- D. Cortes 108 --Has strongest finish


lltb Xae Special Imp. 1 Fgs.

. Parse 3(54

lC5est!al Fire B." AjruL 115 -Has Clas plus
2 Crews EM b. Baera 110 W Ul Tight it out
3 t-;c Pprir.g R. X 110 Reportediv improvf
Ar E. Tano 105 -Good ear'r fted
c-f-r-..'-Jt D. Cortez 115 Has h'.gb "rstir.g

. Depth In Pitching V V :
-v -. - r -:
.The formula as noted. Is predicated on Ditching of sufficient

competence to limit the opposition to four runs.

-we may not have the best staff in the lea rue' Mr. Haney

said, "but I feel almost, certain we have the deepest"

Tbts is a term the baseball na oarer has borrowed frena the

ii feotbaU coeeh. Depth betekeas ninnkers. Mr. Haaer lists eevea

41 tartT. Bob Bahl, Lew BardeUe. Gene Conley, Ray Crone, f

s Trewonare, u nrtueii Taylor : rhUBps and the incea-

parable warren Sean a, jefliea.
A youne. lone armed eouthnaw. name of John Pbirm. hA

'had an ERA of 1.77 In the Sally League last season. . his first.

1 Roor hem hn r-crt .

4-1. : ;
2S1 "I"l se:t for a leurth Herb Pencock," nodtied the prac prac-2
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Hammarskjold Tries
Persuading Nasser;
To Hold Back Army
CAIRO. Match ; 22 ( UP ) U.N.
secretary-general Dag Ham trying to persuade
Egypt not to send troops into
the Gaza strip and Sarhm el
Sheikh although he admits
Egypt's "legal" right to do so,
informed sources reported today.
Hammarskjold met for five
hours last night with President
Gamal Abdel Nasser and again
this morning with foreign min minister
ister minister Mahmoud Fawi.
1 He was seeing Nasser again
Iaier in the day in his "secret
diplomacy" efforts to stave off a
new Middle East war.
Hammarskjold ordered a
tight security ring to protect
his "super-secret diplomacy"
but word seeped out he was
trying to persuade Nasser not
to move troops into the two
tinderbox areas. .- 1 g
There have been Tumors but
no indications: Egypt planned to
send troops there,.
Egypt indicate; last,- week
there were no present plans to
pour armed units into Gaza, but
tome Egyptian sources said Nas Nasser
ser Nasser was expected to ask the
U.N. Emergency Forces to with withdraw
draw withdraw fxom Sharm el heikh, the
fortress domrnatinjj the en entrance
trance entrance to the Gulf of Aqaba.
United States District Court For Th
District of Th Canal Zona
Cristobal Division
In th Matter of the Adoption of
r ." le Paulette Escalante, and KaUiy
V n Higgins.. Minors. Civil No. 2121,
t .ion.
: Aldefons Escalante. Navjr Base,
! :. Va., and William H. Higgins,
1 ington Sir., New York City. N.Y.,
i and each of You are hereby re-
c 1 to appear before the UnHed
ts District Court for the District of
C-nal Zone, at Cristobal, Canal
it. at the Courtroom in Cristobal,
--l Zone, on the lst day of May.
. at in o'clock In the forenoon of
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you have, why Elaine Paulett
i;c. r-jlifsr of Aldefonso Esea Esea-;
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4 r! 'Villbm H. Higgins, should not
f r oD'-d by Matthew T. Abel,- their
: -ther, as prayed for In his peU-
ess the Honorable Guthrie T.
: -, Jude, United States District
I v,. t for the District of the Canal
Eone, thai 21rt day of March; 1957i
C. T. McCirmkk, Jr.
Clerk of Court
By 9, David M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
To: Aldefonso Escalanta and William
H Higgins:
Th foregoing citation la aerved upon
you and each of you by publication
pursuant to th Order of the Honorable
Guthrie T. Crowe, Judge, United States
District Court for the District of the
Canal Zone, dated the lth day of
March. 157. and entered and filed of
record In this action in the office of
the Clark of the United States District
Court Division of Cristobal, on the
IMh day oi March, 1SS7.
C. T. MrCormlek, Jf.
Clark of Court
Bya 'David M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
The super-automatic
simple, practical, push-'
burton sewing machine.
Th only machine that
doe buttonholes'
automatically without:..-I-
turning; "tht fabric. r
A standard KfeCCHI can be
had for with no devn
payment and installment of
,' ad MM! Lttrri Was- -!
Vtstm mnmrk
Jsaa atmnrw A. a4 ,s.


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ATTENTION 0. 1,1 Jost built

madam furnished apartments, I,
2 badroamt, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
PnD.DBMT. JL U..J-. ..
menr, e ciosots, i oeareoms,
living room, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, garage, 4ith St.
East No. 2-61. .Phone 3-1423.
kitchens, hot water, daily maid
service, telephones. Edificio
Campo Alegre- corner of Via
Espana and Manuel M. Yea Yea-xa.
xa. Yea-xa. For information Min Aran'
ygo same building at Arte y De De-coracion
coracion De-coracion store and' across. El
Panama Hotel. .
FOR RENT Furniaheri at.
tractive apartment, side street
across, from Hotel Panama in
"Mercedes" Building. Please'
inquire at Foto 'Halcon- (same
;' vicinity). Tel. 3-1179 or 3-6082.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom a a-partment
partment a-partment and garage,- near
the American Embassy, turn-,
X.I I 1, -1 1 .. f I i .
inaa it aeiN-eu, unue Awnin
41-38, Phone 3-0611. ''
FOR RENT: Apartment 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living-din
ing room, spacioue kitchen,
laundry room, clotheslines,
tnaid's room with bathroom,'
Campo Alegre. For further in information,
formation, information, telephone Panama
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
furnished chalet at Campo Ale Alegre,
gre, Alegre, $65.00. Samuel Lewis St.
No. 4. Telephone 3-3887.
FOR RENT: Furniihed a a-partment,
partment, a-partment, two bedroom, two
baths, maid's room, bath, hot
water. All conveniences, Bella
Vista. Call during business
hours. Panama 2-21S9.
FOR RENT: Two apartments.
Via Porras No. 64. Telephone
3-1863. Completely furnished, 1
bedroom, living room, dining
'room, porch, garage, beautiful
terrace. Unfurnished two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, d i n 1 n g
room, porch.
FOR RENT: Large apart apartment,
ment, apartment, : living J-oom, porch, 2
I bedrooms, -garage, kitchen,
maid's room, 2 bedrooms. Call
Panama, 3-3338.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished a a-partmant
partmant a-partmant in pleasant surround surroundings
ings surroundings 2 bedrooms, 2 baths,
maid's room, garage, etc. 44th
street No. 32. Phone 3-0815.
FOR RENT: Apartment, 3
bedrooms, living and dining
room, 2 porches, hot water,
maid' room, garage. Bella
Vista, Colombia street No. 44 44-17.
17. 44-17. Enquire same building.
Suspect Quizzed
In Unsolved Case
Of CirFs Murder
Stoer, 37, of Osage, N.J., was
questioned here today by a Miami
police lieutenant in connection
with the 1954 slaying of 7-seven-year-old
Judith Ann Roberts.
Lt. Talmadce Buchanan, who
arrived in Philadelphia last
night, said the Roberts slay
ing was "our toughest case down
there." He said he hadn't built up
too much hope because "we've
had a lot of good leads that tiidn't
work out."
Stone was picked up on a va vagrancy
grancy vagrancy charge here Mondav. Mi Miami
ami Miami authorities were notified when
a newspaper clipping on the Rob Roberts
erts Roberts slaying was found in hi pock pocket.
et. pocket. He was held in default of
$15,000 baily
.radio HI-FI
and t
CALL '2-2374
25 cycle conversion
Antenna Installation

INTERNAL. DE PUHLICACIONKS No. 3 Lottery Plaza a) CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY 182 J tariaqullla e FARflACIA LOMr
BARDO No. 2 "B? Street MORRISON 4th of July Ave. & 1 St. LEWIS SERVICEi-Ave. Tivoll No. 4 FAItMACIA, ESTADOS- UNIDOS 14a Centra! Ave.

FABMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue

VAN-UKK-JiSM-av Bireer ro. aa e aAiraAysva tuu aiiiuanu-viiqui umimvww

tha Bella Vista ineatn. .
FQR SALE: 57 Ford Consul
economical car reasonable
price. Call Panama 2-1941.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1955
4-door V-8. House 821 -X Croton
street, Balboa. Telephone 2-
2321. .,s
FOR SALE: 1953 English car
Standard Vanguard. Coed
price. For information tele telephone
phone telephone 3-2930.
FOR SALE: 1956 Oldsmobile
4 doer Sedan hydromatie pow power
er power steering; power brake, ra radio,
dio, radio, with rear speaker, heater.'
W-S-W. tires. Albrooky 147-A
Tdl. 86-2285, 84-2231. ;
FOR SALE: 1950 Statesman:
Super Nash; 4 dr. sedan, new
battery, seat covers, tires in
excellent condition;, high eco economy
nomy economy engine.. Leaving for U.S.
House 354 apt. 11 Ancon next
to Commissary. s
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile
DeLuxe 98. House 112-B, Via
Espana, opposite Hotel Pane,
ma. Telephone 3-6871.
FOR SALE: Last chance,
sailing Saturday. Hudson Coupe
1951. Good condition throughout
$300. Call Dade Balboa 2870.,
FOR SALE: 1939 Oldsmobile
Coupe. Good condition, good
tires, $45.00. Call 5-188.
FOR SALE:, 1953 V-8 Dodge
4 door Sedan Cornet Gyro Tor Torque.
que. Torque. Radio $980. Albrook 84 84-3214
3214 84-3214 -5150.; vi.-4!
FOR SALE: Louisiana State
University announces bids open
for 1950 Ford four doof Sedan.
See at 2172-A Curundu. Phone
FOR SALE: 1953 V-8 Dodge
4 door Sedan Cornet Gyro -Torque,
radio, $980. Alb. 84 84-3214
3214 84-3214 5150.
FOR SALE: Cadillac 1956
Hardtop C P. "Likenew" eon eon-dition.
dition. eon-dition. Completly, equiped. Ph.
86-113. K
General Agent i
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.'
tor rates and Information
1 Tel. Panama 2-0532-
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2j.2451 2-2562
Learn Riding at
Riding 8r Jamping Classes daily
J re 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
" or by appointment.
Dr. R. EisenmatM
Dr. C B. Fabrert
' CX. Oental-Medleal Polyellnle
tlvall (4 July) Ave. ZIA2
(avpoelte Aneo School playfroand)
Tel I-2M1 Panama
Balboa Service Center
; $7.50
Mondav Thro Thursday
ttalbae 1-2959
e b ft. penwnuiel and thett
teeatllae oaly.
the tOATinn
fJFW l J.V..V.
Model V
With 1.2 Lens
LLItllll N,
ranami Jt. TtVk Col6a
March 31 $17.50 etch
-B St 7-tI TeL t-1641
$20 Per Week
Too Much For Kids,
Declares Judge
! ruickr.n rt'P siraerior Court
Judge Joseph A. Pope rejected 2
iTImiivm fnr tn veunf
fwm in divorce action. i
He laid such en allowance
would 'pot a lot ef other parwts
oa the spot, and I happen te be
one of tbem." The soother, jlrs.
I joni aenwaru, mi aiu ntr mram
i fiMriad a lot of aniaiev hreaese
ther have expensive hobbies.
t The iudre. in his deculoe

on Wednesday, at the allowance Alves If
at til per week for one of the'Evana If
boys e-d tliJO for Jiis alderlweede rf ....
brother. , JUley, Jeff rf
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Miscellaneous j Home Articles
s FOR SALE: Girls Deluxe Bi- h FOR $Ali'?di$5
cycle. 26". Excellent condition w television set. with .antenna.
$25.00. Phone Balboa 2-3088. Price $140.00. Phone Albrook
House 717B Prado Balboa. v,.; 86 4293 ;$jjr
FOR SALE: Concrete mixer, FOR SALE: Metal storage
good, mechanical condition, cabinet, 3 ft wide '6: tV. high.
L For information telephone .2 double doors with s lock; Tel,
3892 or 3-6684. : 2-3881. May be seen at No.ll:
TY: per cent guaranteed FQR SALE: 'Hand made' Ear
' annual return, payable quarter- .: ly American bedroom"; s e t,
ly. Preferred shares FINANZAS beds, chest of drawers, side
S.A., Panama's largest, most table, eto. : Houm 741-?,? Bal-'
reliable finance corporation. boa; f; a.irw to 12 noon,! '
Special bonus of one (t) share 't-yy.r .. -.j' '-
of Common, free of charge FOR SALE:- Frigidaire re-
with each $700.00 i n v e J e d. frlgerator, 25 cycles. Parfect
(Common shares dividend pay b condition. Ancon Boulevard 1364
' ment in 1956: $5.00 per share) apartment- C. Telephone 2-4M1.
2M93'7chTmMlrPorniMr FOR SALE: 1 Electric stove,.
'ua?r""ndr fuH '2
derails available. References '"f1i?T. '? '' J;h
on .Company obtainable from Balboa 3-iaj. v
local banks, -., FOR SALE: All pprcolain
FOR SALE: Bench Saw..'" LtZ itt
Arini.r immnrntm' nj' inriv Cu. ft., new 60 .cycle, vnit
ZnUtlU r T: B455, Alcer St, M.r..
'St. Balboa 2-4413. : ' rlt-
i nit ' ;"ni i ii FOR SALE: 2 place living
r a ;-s room set Louvers and odd and
. General -: :i ends, tqi. 2-2422. ,
' J '" FOR SALE: Metal bed, drets-
DRAWER "A," DIABLO Girl's 24" bike, $7.50. House
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX 2309B, Las Cruces St. .Balboa.,

Govt. Economy Drive Continues;

3.8 Per Cent Cut Made In Welfare

The House Appropriations Com Committee
mittee Committee continued its economy
drive today, but at a slower pace.
It ordered only a 3.8 per cem cui
in funds for the aovernment's wel
fare and labor programs in the
next fiscal year. ,
President Kisennower nao re requested
quested requested 2.9 billion dollars to run
and welfare departments, plua
minoR related agencies, in ine;w
months starting July 1.
Until today, the committee had
naif stindinrs
Won Lost Pet.
Lincoln Life
Elks 1414
Spur Cola
Seymour Agency
Gibraltar life .
Gihraltar Life 3, Police 1 j
Lincoln Life, although Idle,
received a bi assist -yesterday
from the Gibraltar Life when
the latter knocnea on eru eru-lice
lice eru-lice team by the. score t 3 to 2.
This defeat for tha latter club.
assured the uncoin i4ie tu
least a tie for the second halt
Another loss for the Elks, Po Police
lice Police and spur Cola will ellminate ellminate-the
the ellminate-the mathematical chances these
three clubs have, or If Lincoln
Life wins one of their two games
they will b tha second half
t- Thursday's tame, Altman-
of the Gibraltar team held the
heavy swatters-of the Police to
twt hits. He received some sen sensational
sational sensational support on two occa occasions
sions occasions that helped Immensely.
Zapp came up with one of these
breath taking plays., when he
mnri tin drive off the bat
nt Jim pilr one-handed and
doubled off priester.who walk walked.
ed. walked. In the last Inning; Ashton un unloaded
loaded unloaded a two base blow. The
Kottr lined a drive down
the third base Una that had all
the markings of a game tying
bid and extra bases but Barrett,
the Glbraltars' third sacker, had
other Ideas "hen he made a one
hand grab of the peuei.
Although the Police pitchers,
Prlester and Wilder, allowed on only
ly only two hits, free tickets to first
base proved costly.
The box score:
Gibraltar Life
0 0
0 0,
0 0 1
Frank 2b ...
Fraunhelm cf
Hermanny rf ..........
Altman p ..............
Hanna ss .............
Wilson c
Barrett 3b
Zapp lb ..!.
Ebdon If
Dempsey Sb .....y.....
1 0
Ashton as t
Sebastian lb .......... 1-
wilder p 2
Potter e 2
Prlester lb. o ........... 1
iRHey. Jim cf
a O:

I 0
u 0

COTTlirin ZD ..

la Ossa Avc.Aa.41 FOTO DOMT Jinta

Ave.Aa.i ) toxo DOMY Jinta Arosejncna Ave. anil 33 SI 4) FABMACIA

I pkcci
avenged cuts of" 6V4 per cent' la
other spending bills'. : ;
Byrti ror Reduction f
In the Senate -Chairman Harry
F: Byrd (D-Va) of the Finance
Committee iaised his economy,
sights. He recommended an over overall
all overall 6V& billion dollar reduction in
Mr. Eisenhower's 1 71.8 billion dol dollar
lar dollar budget, He previously had
talked of a- five billion dollar, ;euti
Byrd made the proposal as his
committee ended hearings on a
House-passed bill to continue pres
ent excise and corporate tax rates
tor another year. They are sched
uled to drop April 1. Byrd and
other committee members have
suggested a 15 month extension
instead of, a year and the House
may go along.
The House committee claimed
cuts of 118.7 million dollars in the'
welfare-labor bill. But 79.4 mil.
lion dollars is in grants to states
for public assistance programs
and the mbney will have to be
provided later if it does not prove
to he enough.
Cut Pour Bills
The House thus far has rut ju
million dollars in passing four
regular appropriations bills. If it
upholds today's recommendations
the total will be raised to 802.7
million dollars in bills totaling
13.3 billion dollars. ,r -.,
The committee has tiled pt to
slash at least 4H billion dollars
from the budget. The measure tiv
day1 was not subject to heayy te-
The committee voted routine
cuts' throughout the Labor Depart
ment ana ordered several, in
But most-ei the bis medical
Health, Education and Welfare.
search and hospital programs
were, left untouched.
It recommended $364, 368,300" for
the Labor Department, a cut of
$20,311,700. The Department-' of
Health, -Education and Welfare
was given $2,483,836,581, a cut ef
$98,278,000 and $3,226,200 lets than
in the current year.
Reynolds Awardedv
Conlracl To Mine (
Bauxile In Jamaica
RICHMOND. Vtv, March 22
(UP) Reynolds Metals oa
and. its subsidiary, Reynolds Ja Jamaica
maica Jamaica Mines, Ltd.; today signed
s pact with the Jamaican gov
ernment givlne Reynolds, baux
ite mining rights in Jamaica ior
99 years.
In return,- the compant will
pay the government royalties of
42 cents a lone dry ton on- the
first 2-mlllion tons shipped each
year, -anti 28. cents a ton on au
shipments in excess of that fig
ure, accordine to waiter u Rice,
president of Reynolds Jamaica
Mines. . t
Reynolds plans to ship more
than 2-million tons this year.:
be said. Bauxite is the basic raw
material used In the producUorn

2 1' of aluminum. i j
0 0. Under the contract, the prla-
l'cipals agreed to royalty and tax
0 0 rates on a 25-year basis, One-
0 0 half the ratio will be fixed and
3 .2 the balance will be determined
j by fluctuations of alnsnlnmn pig
. prices in the United States. Rice
1 1' Me said Jamaica has agreed
I 0 to impose no export duties for

1 0 the next 25 years and has guar guar-0
0 guar-0 lfanteed no further tax burdens
a nf anv tvn until 10M . ..

TtiK rnntrart adda that Revn-

olds would be granted mining bis. erasp and fell to the court
leases at an? time on any paxt'He retained the ball and ftrM
of the W.OOO acres of Jamaican almost in the same cnoUen ana
bauxlt --operty it has acquired the pUl-w1.ihvi throcgn for the
since list. ' game-winning goal.
. I . -t

Arosejncna Ave. anil 33 St 4 FAH,MAC1A

, Volume lt allowing us 'to con-
tlnue service calls for $240 un un-vtU
vtU un-vtU iyrther notice. Same"- day
service at home. U.S.'iTetevj U.S.'iTetevj-i
i U.S.'iTetevj-i sioh, telephonevl-4616.
: L? P. GARCIA, first class pia-
,no Tuners jnd' technician Call :
' Baldwin Aaancy. Phones:' 3-J4W,4-WZ
Edificio Lux, 34th
'street, Panama.
The best -dinners .and drinks served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar. Hotel InteVnacional "Pie "Pie-:Via
:Via "Pie-:Via 5 de Mayo. s (
.'Lessen: Ladies rhythmic oxer-;
','. guitar ballet, ; Spanith
dance. Mrs., Donaldson ; Phone,'
Gulick i8. j,
f Adult Teenagers Preteens
Balboa 2-423. : Harnett 'and
Dunn.,. f r j J
'." 4" ; i 1 1
ESl rpURTH W?EK Jamai Jamaican'
can' Jamaican' evangelist 'Owen U. Holness
(above) will continue, his fourth
consecutive week of lectures Son
day night at the Big Gospel Tent
in Parque Lefevre with "Must i
be, baptized to be Saved" Must I
tonic. The'visltiru? Jamaican evan
gelist intends loi continue his lec
tures for several more weeks.
Bradley Gain
TBW' YORK. March 42C'(WP)
Th upse-happy Rational In
vitation ttasicetDau iqurnameni,
eomes to a showdown between
Bradley, a seeded teain and
Memphis State.'a dashing flark flark-horse
horse flark-horse that hasi surprised three
straight times.) '.
'-'. .'. i .'' .-
, Thar -the hard-tb-p 1 tt k
lineup for: tomorrow's nationally-televised
finale in Madi Madi-isOn.
isOn. Madi-isOn. Square Garden a patrtnit
produced by. eight epsets out
of 10 preliminary games!
: s -Bradler
became bnly. the sec second
ond second favorite to win a game irt
the i whole tarnlva last night
vhan it rnrrnvrl tn a 94-Srt'Vlc-
torv nvir Temnle hi a semi-fi
nal. In the other, Bot swanoer j
ope-batider with' tnree seeonas
lf f la vertlme gave Memphis
state AO-7A decision over St.
Bonaventure in the tourney's
most exclang gam to crate,
. ;. .- ., ..
"lkind bf aike Bradley lrt the
final." said defeated eoach Har
ry. Litwaek -e Temple, and' it
appeared that the" hot-shooting
Braves from Peoria, 111, Will be
faVored over.tbe Tennessee Ti Tigers
gers Tigers bjr game time.
f- fTnat ieans. that feradley'
-will he cettbif another shot at
title It narrowly irssed 4a
!9RI,Srhen.'lt was ieatr.
CXCX'T.-f" double ehampiels.
tn the finale, C-l tha same
year It tt te the same am
fas ttte K.1CJLA. rnaL 7
.., :'
The,ebel yelT.rane In tri
umph throufh the- Memoms
lockerroom ,ftw tV rt;"
thriller and svander. a six-one
gvard from York town, ind.. was
the. here, With el?ht seconds
left, Swander tained possession
for'Memphls hy batUne'a bsU
that was headed -out-of-bounds
off a Bonnie player's Jeg.
',-. t i-i
fThenhe took -the end -court
oass. had the ball knocked from

Memphis St

... .
Finals m

. .Li,:;.

, tor English to Spanish -part 'or
full ; time. Mail applicaion r to
Box 99, Panama, R.P.
i Boats;! Motors if
FOR SALErk Exfremly. e.
worthy 40 ftf ketch. Strongly
built, having just' crossed the
. .. Atlantic. My be seen Cristobal i
SYaeht Club,. Mr. Kooysfra.'
FOR SALE: 14 ft. runabout
25 h.p. Mereiry engine trailer trailer-gas
gas trailer-gas tank, $450.00. Call 5-188.' J
He del Fra rice -Goes
Mb. Drydock,-After
Martinique Mishap
Inspectors todav. will eet thpir
first look' 'at "damage the luxury
uner iiie. ae, trance received -in
running- aground last month on
Martinique irf the Caribbean.'..'
The 44,000-ton' Frenclv:liner; wettt
intovdrydock at the' Newport News
cklwk..:u:.j.' : i tv....-j',i i. .r.
oiupumiuiug -aim irycocK iorp
Water was pumped from, the dock
until Jate in the -night. 1 1
The big ship backed into' a sand sandbar
bar sandbar at Martinique on Feb. 26
"with an impact so slight that -it
didn't, even interrupt a dance,"
crewmen said. But passengers had
to, be taken off and the ship towed
1,508 miles to this Virginia port
hi V "X

NIGHTMARE IN OILS Mandarm-miistaeherl rtalian nniht.

Alberto Trevisan poses besid,e oqe4of his "denuniac" paintings
1 at the flret Italian collective surrealistic art exhibit In 'Rome.
CaUed The Justice." the painting featured a weird creature
symbolizing the injustice that holds (be world? a prisoner i
on a leash. :. f-


LOADED' "CIGARS" These cigar-like, devices are actually. ;t
low-cost bomb dispensers for practice bombing Tuns. They are 1 1
;now in mass production for the VS. Navy at Republic Avm- '1,1
tion's Fsrmingdale, N.Y, plant. .The case are loaded with,
electronic equipment that simulates an actual A-bomb delivery.
Each dispenser carries four ef the miniature practice bombs
and thus four "drop cn be made In one flight.' Formerly,''
Navy tliers had to fly a, separate mission for each practice-; ''
bomb'-tlsey dropped. 1. v'.Z ..'i '-''.''. t:-'


" For the Wimate In tClea V Ceel e Comfort

A 45tb SL
Bella Vista


IS'i. I i
4 Jr
Majld" between ages of, 25 and
, 35 years, for general housework;
'and child care. 5 f-2 day week.
' Mutt .speak, end ( understand!
- some English. Most liveV In.
40.00 pen rno. Plus room- and
1 board. Tel.' Navy 3295 between,'
. the hours of 8 a.m. end 2 p.m.
.Mrs. Hadstate. '
1 y; .Stinker,

MAPISON,lWis.'' March : 22 "(UP)

A farmer ra?d a stink, in the
Wisconsin Leglbiature today.'
A. "A. Witzel of Stouehton oured

pan odorous liquid '. intp. a pan to

aramatize ms support of. a bill re re-quiring
quiring re-quiring improved Sewage, it e at-
ment. 4..., u'
' LONDON, Marcb 22 (UP)-Mrs.
Grace, Clawson wori at divorce
here, today, after testifying she
found a letter from 'another worn
an -m her husband's pocket, ad addressed
dressed addressed ,ta "my own uiman hot
waters bottle:"

for repairs, w hie

way lane -,

weeks. , 1
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THEY LpVE HIM TENDER-Yep-lJapanew teen-agers too,
re "real gone" on Elvi Presley. Hla tint film, "Love Me. v
" 'Tender, got tremendoui response to Tokyo. Typical it th ?
- tcene above in the lobby of the movie theater. A young miss, n
clad In kimono and sandals, adds her atrt"rH to thf rriy

. already scribbled on the Presley poster. ,-

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H want a hatchat for hi a next birthday because.

George Waahington had one he was hurt whan I told
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Four CHSers,
Two BHSers
In Contest
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Cnstobai ana dw
Schools have -been chosen to
compete in the Alexander Ham Hamilton
ilton Hamilton bicentennial public speak speaking
ing speaking contest to be held at 8 P.m.
March 28 In the Cristobal High
Bchool andltorium.
J They .are Miss Terry Louis,
Miss Linda Cunningham and
Miss Barbara Gegg, of Cristo Cristobal,
bal, Cristobal, and Miss Caroline Zirkman,
David Browne and Donald Ran Randall
dall Randall of Balboa High School.
The six contestants, who
were chosen in a series of
elimination contests held in
Z fcoth Balboa and Cristobal
High Schools, w'll compete for
fthe honor of representing the
Ji Canal Zone at the American
Student's constitutional con contention
tention contention In Philedlphia in June.
The winner will also receive
I an Alexander Hamilton com com-.memorative
.memorative com-.memorative scholarship to any
"college of his choice.
I' In addition to a scholarship
and the honor of representing
bp canal Zone at the Philadel Philadel-hia
hia Philadel-hia convention, the winning
student will have an equal op opportunity
portunity opportunity with representatrves
from each of the 48 States and
each territory to earn one of the
$4,000 fellowships being offered
by the Alexander Hamilton Bit
centennial Commission.
. During the public speaking
jjontest next Thursday night,
each of the six students will give
n eight-minute talk on a sub subject
ject subject concerning the united
States constitution. The speaker
also will be judged on the use pf
the kind of speaking believed to
be characteristic of Alexander
Judges who will select the
winners are R. K. Haxard, U.S.
District Attorney for the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone; David J. Markup.
' assistant general counsel; and
Robert W. Weiss, Jr., U.S. Con Con-,
, Con-, sul In Colon.
- Admission to the contest will
be free of charge and the gener general
al general public is Invited.
RP Police Seek
15-Year-OId Boy
Hissing 6 Days
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kjr An th lnnVmtt todav for a
15-year-old Panamanian boy who
has been missing since lasi Satur Saturday
day Saturday about 11 a.m.
the boy, Carlos Greaves, failed
to return to his fourth street, Rio
Abajo residence after his mother
gave him V 25 and sent him to a
uper-market several blocks away
to make some purchases.
His father, Ernest Greaves, said
the boy was wearing an old blue
ihirt and an old pair of khaki
f ants and was barefooted at the
ime of his disappearance.
Greaves ail he does not think
his son, a fourth grade student,
has run away from home, be because
cause because he is an obedient child with
bo indication of having a weak
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Ike, Macmillan Seek to Get

On Production of Atom War Weapons
TUCKER'S TOWN, Bermuda, March 22 (UP) The United States and Britain, faced with Russia't boasts of
globe-circling atom bombers, sought closer coordination today on future production of atomic weapons and guided
missiles. "
' President Eisenhower and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan have reached a "gratifying measure of agreement"
in their talks so far. , ",r.s,w ; ;-a
They conferred privately this morning on construction of a Baghdad Pact pipeline while their top aides dis discussed
cussed discussed European affairs.

The two top statesmen planned
to join the roundtahle conference
later in the day and then call in
their military alvisers for the
grave discussion on joint weapons
The two allies already have a-
greed on some measure of coopera
tion in this Held.
But the question assumed a
new air of urgency following a
warning by Soviet defense min
irter Marshal Georgi Zhukev Sat Saturday
urday Saturday that the Soviet Union can
drop atom bombs "any place in
the world."
Britain, pinched financially, is
seeking to dovetail nuclear and
guided missiles projects with the
United States to prevent expensive
overlanmne of work.
President Eisenhower summoned
deputy defense secretary Reuben
H. Robertson Jr., Atomic Energy
Commission chairman Lewis u.
Strauss. Air Force secretary Don
aid A. Quarles and deputy under
secretary of state lor political ai
fairs Robert Murphy from Wash
ington for the discussion.
U. S. and British officials were
pleased even surprised at
how well th talks on the Middle
East want yesterday.
Spokesmen for both sides men mentioned
tioned mentioned the "gratifying measure
of agreement" Mr. Eisenhower
and Macmillan had found.
They hastened to point out,
however, -hat there still remained
some divergence of views on spe
One of these might be the de degree
gree degree of faith the two nations place
in Egyptian President Gamal Ab-
del Nasser.
The British have none at all.
Bunion Twins OK
Ailer Operation
Separating Heads
The Bunton twins, who nave
written a new chapter in medical
history, were reported in "good
health" todav three months after
an operation separating their
joined foreheads.
ttooU rf.t, thai hv live little
Teresa and Virginia Bunto ol
Mountain City, Tenn., chalk up a
new record. The girls represent
the first case in which both twins
have survived for so long after
such an operation.
The operation was performed
last December when the twins
were four months old, at the Na National
tional National Institutes of Health Clinical
Center in Bethesda, Md.
It had been announced previous previously
ly previously but additional d e ta i 1 s were
given to a House Appropriations
subcommittee last month by Dr.
Pearce Bailey, director of the In Institute
stitute Institute of Neurological Diseases
and Blindness.
Bailey told reporters today after
his testimony was made public
that he could not estimate how
much longer the twins would have
to remain at the clinical center.
However, be seemed optimistic
about their chances for continued
There have been several cases
in which twins joined at the head
have been separated. But in, the
past one or both died afterward.
This happened in the case of
the Brodie twins of Chicago who
captured the nation's heart in
their struggle for survival. Rod Rodney
ney Rodney Dee Brodie finally came
through but his brother, Roger
Lee, died 34 days after the opera
Teresa and Virginia were joined
from a point just above their right
eyes to the top of their heads.!
Bailey said neither could hive
continued to live in that conditio.
After describing te the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee how surgeons went about
separating them. Bailey said each
twin was left with a bole is the
front part of the bead. He said
this can be remedied later by plas plastic
tic plastic surgery.
He described Teresa as "quite

alert" and said doctors expect her The Rev. Ralph D. Abernathy,
to develop normally. He said "the 'a Negro leader of the bus boycott
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in the Mid-Ocean Club of Bermuda, where President' Elsenhower is meeting with. British
Prime Minister Macmillan.

Gypsy Tribe Gathers
To Pay Tribute
To Dead Palriach
Members (UP)-Members of the sixth largest
evosy tribe in the world gathered
here to pay final tribute to their
dead patriarch.
George Toney, also known as
George Antonio, died here Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night in a private home a
few hours after he and other
members of the tribe were evicted
from the house where they had
been living.i f ;
' The 67-year-old wandering tin
smith, critically ill for a week,!
was Drought nere to die Monday
night after, relatives removed him
unconscious,' from Cone Memorial
Hospital at Greensboro, N.C.
Hospital authorities said they
understood Tdney had been moved
so tribal rites at his death
"wouldn't disturb anyone."
The tribal leader, whose home
was in Elizabeth, N.J., was strick stricken
en stricken last week while traveling from
Birmingham, Ala., to Danville,
The gypsies bundled Toney into
an ambulance and brought him
here, the first of two moves the
dying chieftain made this week.
Wednesday, a justice of the
peace ordered them to move from
the house they had rented here.
Their landlord had to'd them more
than a month ago to leave, claim-

ing they had violated the rental, (UP Thieves didn't overlook a
agreement. thing in the (15,000 burglary of
'Russell Goodcaster's tavern here.

The gypsies rented another!
house, but the landlord said
Wednesday night that he had re
funded their money and had asked
them to move. "I didn t know I
was renting it to gypsies," he

Cultural Equality Must Come Before Integration,
Editor Says, In Debate With Negro Boycott Leader

YOKNAPATAWPHA solved before the race prob prob-March
March prob-March 23 (UP) A Southern edi- lem can be solved in the South,
tor whe believes the Negro must! Tbev took part ia panel dis-

achieve "cultural equality"
fore desegregation and a Southern
Negro integratioa leader debated
their opposing views at a forum
in Chicago yesterday.
J. Oliver Emerich. editor of the
licComb, Miss., Enterprise -Journal,
said "only time" will bring a a-bout
bout a-bout the cultural equality which
he Insisted must come before all
'racial barriers eaa be lowered.
problem of "hidden -. subuers j
cial segregation ia the Korta nasi,

country is safe9 t 'Abraham Lincoln

Nixon Believes Nasser Losing Pull
With Arab Leaders. But Has Masses

WASHINGTON, March It (UP) Vice-President Richard M.
Nixon has brought back atrong evidence from Africa that Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser's star ia waning among Arab
leaders, informed sources said today.

However, they said Nasser's

in Aran masses. .1 1
Nixon, who returned resterday from a triumphant 19,000

mile swing across. Africa, called on all "interested nations" to
provide greater economic and political contributions to brink a-

oout a long-range peace settlement in the troubled Middle East,

Nixon found 'wide approval dur during
ing during his 22-day i tour of President
Eisenhower's Middle East doctrine
and its aim of strengthening Mid
die East nations economically and
politically so they will not fall un under
der under the domination of either Rus
sia or Egypt. 1
The vice-president. 'who viewed
his trip to eight African nations as
laying the groundwork for closer
U.S. relations with Africa, sained a
first-hand impression .of the prob
lems lacing tne area.
He was said W be dissatisfied
with certain U.S. policies and
personnel there and will make
recommendations which may lead
te e diplomatic shakeup.
Nixon said he did not bring back
any "dramatic new approach to the
Middle East problem.
But he said he will make specific
recommendations in a report to
Presilent Eisenhower.
SOUTH BEND, Ind., March 22
They stole 25 cases of whiskey.
about $100 from cigarette vending
1 machines. IS bottles of wine, four
cigarette lighters, a pistol, a wrist
i watch, and a set of false teeth,
The teeth and wrist watch were
in an unlocked safe.

be-jcussioe at a meeting of leaders of

the Methodist Church, while at a
Negro forum in the south a teacaJ
er warned against louowing ue
wrong leadership.
i. W. Grantham, eretident ef
ttte Mississippi Teacher Assn
told Nere Kachers, "Wware ef
Mlf-arM Waders ef the Nre
race whe UB the white man tfcat
varythtnf h an rleM."
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tro eaoaalldaud slaa t Ma-
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influence still remains great with
The vice president discussed the
Israeli-Arab issue, with leaders in
Morocco, the Sudan, Libya, Ethio Ethiopia
pia Ethiopia and Tunisia:.
He said responsible Arab leaders
recognize that Israel is here to stay.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydro graphic
Branch of the Panama Canal

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the Nere wanted te be akta ing to reveal Us membership ind
care ef." increased the fine 10-fold when
Emerich said the Negroes are the NAACP again refused. The
"in a cuiuirai iag and wis lag is1 court then banned the NAACP
the cause of all the consternation." from the state until it complies.
Abernathy, who spoke later, said The NAACP said publication of
the "problems must be solved in (the names of members would ex-

New York. Chicago. Detroit' and
Cleveland first it we ever expect
t solve them in Mississippi! Ala Alabama
bama Alabama and Georgia." ...
Meanwhile, the National .Assn.
for the Advancement of Colored
People asked the U.S. Supreme.
Court te review a $100,000 con
tempt fine levied by a state court
la Alabama.
The circuit court at Motgomery
fined the NAACP 8100,000 for refua-'

President de

,thiJointUS! Military Reviev MaK 29
Plansfor the joint U.S, military the reviewing stand .in an Impres- j the national anthem oi the : twe
review honoring the Panama.Pres-j sive formation foUowmg the four- countries -upon' the arrival of the
Uestboeito de la Guardia on .service marching units, President at the reviewing stand.
March 29, were announced yester- Ib the reviewing stand with the At the same time a 21-lfun salute
day by Headquarters Caribbean President and M6ntague wi'l be till I be fired 1 hfnor by
Command toy,,,;. the presidential aide, the Cover- battery from the 65tK Anti-aircraft
- Lt, Gen, Robert M Montague nor of the Cana Zone and the com-J Artillery Group from tFort Clay,
commander in chief of the Unitied ponent Army, Navy and Air Force' ton -"Jr
Caribbean Command, has schect-, commanders. t .' .'-

uled the large-scale mUitaiy re
view honoring President de la
Guardia &s a ynii 01 ,ie u.enu
ship, mutual respect and coopera
tion existing between Panama and
the United Sstates, the announce
ment said.
; Starting it 10:14 a.m. at Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Air Force Base, the review
Will include personnel from the
Army, Wavy, Marine Corps tnd
Air Force, Surbattalions from the
U.S. Army Caribbean, large Navy
and Marme corps maiciiiiig u-s
from the 15th Naval District and
four squadrons from the Caribbean
Air Command wilt take part in
the. ground portion of the ceremo
nies.: ,;"'!, V:J':..i ':,
v A 32-plane flyover Is planned
as the aerial portion of th re review.
view. review. Featured : in '; it will be,
three Air Force Jets from t h e
Caribbean Air Command, nine
light planet and helicopter from
U.S. Army Caribbean, and eight
iets and 12-attaek aircraft front
the Provisional Marine Aircraft
Croup training at Coco Sole Na Naval
val Naval Station and Prane 'Air.
. Force Base., ; :' r.v. v'.rjvi
A company of Army tanks and,
units of hvy guns and armed
vehicles will take part in the pa parade.
rade. parade. During the hour-long cere ceremony
mony ceremony that will begin with the ar arrival
rival arrival of the President at 10 : 30,
they are scheduled to roll p a a t
Busty British Gals :
Get Big UN
From Bra Company
McLEAN, Tex. (UP) A Texan
who, naturally, makes the world's
largest brassieres; today offered
to 0 to the aid of young London
girls with out-sized bosoms.
Calvin Fraser, owner of the Ma
rie Foundations in this Panhandle
city, heard complaints by the
"over 40 inches" club of London
that garment manufacturers do
not take-into consideration the
teen-agers in the 40 and above
"Clothes which do fit us are
tee motherly for ten agr,
and if you de want te get the
perfect fit you have to pay the
earth," said Lee Anderson 41-23-27,
president of the dub.
"Most of the bras that fit me
are pink satin and strictly for ma
trons," Miss Anderson added.
"Here in Texas' Fraser said,
"we make 4 to 5 per cent of our
brassieres in size 40 and over in
teen-age styles."."
Fraser said he was rushing three
to the club and would await furth-
er orders.
"They are light weight, less
than an ounce, made of nylon
mesh, decorated with tiny sham shamrocks,
rocks, shamrocks, a pert bow of yellow, blue
or pink, and strong enough to sup support
port support those in the above average
bust measurement class," Fraser
said. ...v -,t
"The pink satin is out."
Fraser is a man who thinks in
figures. Mathematical .ones af
well. He notes that more women
wear 34-B than any other size,
that size representing, 1Q per cent
of his total sales, with the per percentage
centage percentage ranging downward in both
arger and smaller sizes.
Robert J. Beissel,
Ex-PC Employe
Dies In Florida;
News has been received on the
Isthmus of the death of Robert J.
Beissel. former Mechanical Divi Division
sion Division employe, March IT in Winter
Park, Florida. He was 68 years old.
A native of Brooklyn, 'New
York, Mr. Beissel joined the Ca Canal
nal Canal service in 19l8 as a welder
with the Mechanical Division.
With the exception of a three-year
break in his service from 1920 to
1923, be was with the same unit
continuously until his retirement
in 1942. '
At the time of his death, he was
living in Winter Park which, is al also
so also the home of his daughter Mrs.
Charlotte Leftwich. 1
post them to reprisals by boy
cott and possibly violence.
In another development ya.
Urday trustee af the public H
brary at Pyreellviue, Va., voted
te beeln trrine Naeraa at well
as whites immediately. ... v
The attorney of a Negro who
tried in vain to borrow a book o
interior decoration last Jan. 10
threatened to file a desegregation
suit by today if he did not get the
book. '

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owned by Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Adams, of Midland,
thinks she has been dirty-tricked. Nature provided her with,
only a two-faucet 'milk bar" and' then gave her: quadruplet
kids. ;So every mealtime, there's a traffic jam like -that pictured
above. Cream of; the Jest is that this is Daisy's Second quad quadruplet
ruplet quadruplet litte- considered a Very raie occurrence in goaidom. i

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"Standing Room Only" Is the living room in Ihemodest home,
of "Aunty Ann'? in Gicssendam, The Netherlands Whenever,
there's a children's program on her TV set, AtuntyAinvite allj
the neighborhood kids. To make room for thenv-bften there
are 80 present she has to move all the furniture cut oMhe
room. Faced by the typical scene, above; the photographer bad
no recourse except torgo outside and shoot through) the window.

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