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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R.,P SATURDAY, MARCH 80 1957
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Canal Transit Records Hit Trash Can

790 Ship

Previous Monthly High; 780
Two all-time Canal transit records went into the trash can at the close of business
: yesterday, '5''I', ,,t , , 1 1 ;, ;
. : f '. As predictedr"when the st ship had nosed her way through the waterway, 'more
commercial ocean going ships: had moved i6cean-to-ocean during the first 29 days of
. March than had ever gone through hi a wholemonth before.1 T
Also ;'th transit total -- commercial ships plus government ships was easily
ver the four-year-old top-notch on the' Canal yardstick. .v

Iranians Think;
That Kidnaped
Woman Is Safe
TEHRAN, Jran, March 30-r-(UP)
Iranian officials are now
negotiating .with a 'messenger
. from the bandit gang that kid kidnaped
naped kidnaped an American woman ofi
iicial sources said today. They:
said American representatives,
re sitting in on the negotia. negotia.-tions.
tions. negotia.-tions. ",
. Authorities said there were
hopes for the rescue of the
American woman, Mrs. Anita
Carroll,' kidnaped last Sunday
by bandits who killed her hun hun-?
? hun-? band and another U.S. Aid ( (-ficlal.
ficlal. (-ficlal. ',1.'.i,;.;:-
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Iranian troops 1 believed they
have cut off the bandits' escape
route", in the vremote wasteland
of Baluchistan near the pakis-
. tan- borders -rv ,j ? ;
4 The Iranian ,: Gendarmerie
.veaerai Foucer"Teporiea- tnai

C 1 v. Mrs.-. Carroll Jias ? been sighted

SCf .'.with a eroup of womrti who split

J.t-om-nhe' band
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The report rave rWto neW

hope that the blonde Ameri Ameri-,
, Ameri-, can woman, whose husband ;
and another '.American were
' slain by the bandiU is still
alive... -. i
The ? Gendarmerie 'i reported
finding a witness who saw Mrs
Carrbllot issaquah, Wash.,
with the women in the moun mountainous'
tainous' mountainous' wasteland of Baluchis Baluchistan
tan Baluchistan not far-from where jhewas
kidnaped,;- i v4: 1 .-;! ... .sj
Clark Gregory, director of the
International Cooperation,. 'Ad 'Administration
ministration 'Administration (ICA) Mission to
Iran, said yesterday that an.es an.es-4
4 an.es-4 timated 20, women and their
children had split awav '' frdm-

thelr menfolk of the bandit
tribe tn order to elude pursuit;
Today's report Indicated Mrs;
; Carroll went with them al although
though although 'It -was not made clear
Immediately x how long ago she
:. was seen ;,X-V'vi;'-i
The Iranian' government to-
1 day offered a $65,009 ransom
... for her safe return from the"
primitive tribesmen and .' an-
other -600 for information
leading to the apprehension
....of her captors.' ,-"-,
i A government spokesman said
the bandits nay be captured
any day perhaps any hour".
C Neighboring Pakistan. ; took
. measures to prevent their cscapg
across the border if the bandits
elude the Iranian Gendermerie.
But it was considered inlikely
they would get that far. t,
U Their movements to elude'

r capture have led first Southeast

and then Northewt mB,mi.,".?. l."5 "J

nr. "K." 7. 'irif.Pwciy.Meaiu.lo Me". A:i Allan

had made
beeline for
the
frontier,
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TWO AMERICANS SLAIN rx IRAM Lr.:'d Uts aulhor:Ues In Tehran. Iran, report
'that Kevin Carroll left). 37, Cf Lvaqusn. wash, and Brewster WUson rtght), 35, of Port Port-;
; Port-; land. Ore., were killed by ban;t? m Upv fre motorirt? across Iran's desert Mrs Carroll
(center! was kknaoed bv the bar.d.ts Csrrr;i -as an official of the Point Tour Prosram.

na v.i.son wonea lor tr.e rty

sln March So Far;

Locks ptjbple, pilots, seamen,
officials 1 apd run-of-the-road
Zonlans were pretty proud of it
all.-.
I The transit of 2P4 ocean going
commercial vessels .yesterday
brought the months total to
date to 761 or 10 more than
the previous high of 751 set last
December.
, In addition to the 761
ocean-gn njr commercial ves-
sels of 300 tons and over, there
nave been to date 29 govern
went ships, for a grand total
i commercial na govern-

pril Showers Will Herald
Rainy Seasons Appearance

The following weather conditions
are based on past records and
may be expected to "occur in the
Canal Zone and vicinity during A-pril.v-v
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'.TEMPERAtURE: April is nor,
mally our warmest, month, and the
highest; temperatures of the ; year
maVbe' expected. The .-normal
meaa uemperaturc:. is 81 degrees.
Daily highest and -lowest temper temperature
ature temperature will average 90 and 74 de
grees at Balboa Heights and 85 and
78 degrees" Cristobal.' The high-
record fpj:iApn are 97 and 64 de de-grestt
grestt de-grestt Bsjboa Heights, 98 and
to acgrees at Madden Dam,- .and
94 and 7Z degrees at -Cristobal, r
WEATHf Rs There will' be a
change toward rainy-season con
ditions, during the latter hall of
the month with a general decrease
in, wind movement, an increase in
numidity and. consequent uncom uncomfortable,
fortable, uncomfortable, muggy weather. The av average
erage average rainfall for April is 2.63
inches at -Balboa Heights, 2.99
inches at' Madden Dam. and 4.06
inches at t'ristobal. .' :- ?
vHUMIOItY: RelaUve humidity
will increase considerably, during
Safely field Day
Al Camp BierdJ5
The Ra&iboW City Civic Council
will sponsor the first Atlantic 'side

Safety Field Day n Saturday, A-1 The fourth of six talks on Unit Unit-pril
pril Unit-pril 13 itXsmp Bierd ..... ariamsm will be given by Robert
Exhibits and indoor demonstra- G. Cox, of Panama, when he con con-uons
uons con-uons will be held, in the former ducts the Unitarian Society's Sun Sun-Camp
Camp Sun-Camp Bierd commissary building, day morning service tomorrow at
Outdoor .demonstrations will be 10 -30.
held on the grounds adjacent toj '). v
the exhibit building. t; r I Cox's theme will be passed on

Freceeding the exhibits and.
demonstrations, a program will be
nem in the Camp Bierd -Theater,
commencing at 9 a.m. precisely,
and Lt.' Gov. H. W. Schiill, Vice Vice-president
president Vice-president of the P'anama Canal Co.
will deliver' the principal address.
A special feature of this Safety
Field Day will be the' conducting
of an Essay Contest of not more
than 200 word the titlr.-"Wht
urzed

s to submit their contributions be-iing house is at 362 Ancoo Boule Boule-fore
fore Boule-fore April 10. ; ; - 'vard. 1 .

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ment of 790 ships so far this
month exactly 10 over the
all time, previous high of 780
i set in May, 1953. :
' Ior today, 27 ships are sched scheduled
uled scheduled for transit;' of these 'two
are government ships.
Canal traffic tomorrow is ex expected
pected expected to be heavy, but there
will be no definite information
on this until late today.
1 There is every indication that
the Marcli traffic of commercial

ships alone will exceed, the 800
imarlt, for the first time in the
,nistory ox tne Panama canal.
the latter half of the month. The
average for the month, is about 77
per cent at sll stations.
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CLOUDS AND SUNSHINE:
Cloudiness will increase as the
rainy seson approaches. There
will be an average of about 7 hours
of sunshine' daily or60 per fient of
the amount possible.: w
FOQS: Nighttime and pearly pearly-morning
morning pearly-morning fogs may be expected oc-i
casionally flver ahe. .CeiUanL.CjutJ
section of Mfg v&narahVthi?
trai. section of the Isthmus along
the rTrans-Isthmian highway, but
none are likely, to occur at either
01 tne canal entrance. Most of the
fogs form around midnight and
dissipate before 8:30 a.nv
' WINDS: Northerly winds of aa
avwage velocity ot aoout 03 miles
per, hour will prevail on the At
lantic, Side. The Pacific Side will
nave northwest winds redominat
ing with sn average speed of about
miles per hour. Maximum velo
cmes greater tnan 33 miles per
hour are not i likely, to occur on
either coast. The one generally
severe- storm on record coccurred
on Apnl 3-5. 1915. when a maxi
mum wind velocity of 37 miles per
nour was recorded. High winds,
heavy rains and rough seas lasted
for 3 days. .
Unitarian; Talks :s
Conlinue TomorroY
the premise that "the idea that we
must choose between faith in the
power of man to shape his destiny,
and faith in God is a prevalent
one He wiu analyse this concent
in tomorrow's sermon on "Human
ism, unitarianism, and the Belief
in God": ; r-
Visitors from Panama and the
Canal Zone are welcome to attend
the service and to remam for the
Coffee-hour afterward. The mpt-
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BEATEN Sally Dawson, sec secretary
retary secretary to Stork Club owner
Sherman Biilingsley, is shown
In New York where she said
she was beaten by "labor
goons" for making a photo photographic
graphic photographic record of picketing
activities outside" the club.
; Miss Dawson sa)d one of her
Jobs at the club is to take pic pictures
tures pictures and make recordings of
the pickets' aqtions from time
to time to see jthey do not vip vip-late
late vip-late the law.

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
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A RECENT fire, which
stroyed seven stores in the mar market
ket market area here was started delib deliberately,
erately, deliberately, it was indicated today.
today. . ;!''.,.,
Fire Department lnvestiea-
tions showed that there were no
electrical Or gas lines at the spot
where the fire started. The pos possibility
sibility possibility of spontaneous combus
tion from the fabrics in the
store was also ruled out.
" El Dia today 'quoted assis assistant
tant assistant fire Chief Luis C. Enda Enda-ra
ra Enda-ra as accusinr : Tocumen air-
port administrator Angel Ve Ve-J
J Ve-J MaVh c! a 'of 'running.'
port jrom tne doorway, or a
Panama City restaurants v
.,Th8 accusatloa was the out outgrowth
growth outgrowth Of a controversy over the
burning of brush fires at the
airport,
La flora reported today that
officials of the Ministry of
Government and Justice were
considering the .possibility of
increasing post office person personnel,
nel, personnel, especially in Panama Ci City.
ty. City. ;'' '; -i.
Largest increases would be in
the transportation ; and mail
carrying .departments, the pa-persaidV;T:.J.v.:-!.-.
'..
- The executive secretary of the
Price regulating' office gave 15
days to growers, who auegedly
are hoarding coffee crops, to sell
to government and private buy buyers
ers buyers or s u t rer the consequences j
a provided by law. ;
The secretary. Valentin Hen-
rlduez,' had accused growers of
refusing to seu to create a
shortage and up the price of
tne bean,? ""', ;.r
' La Hora revealed that some
motorists are getting around
the requirement to produce
pas v salve before they can
purr base their 1957 license
plates by buying the plates in
small municipalities in the in interior
terior interior where no pas y salvos
are required. ;
etortinn anrll 19 tilt 4111 tnmrv-
blles going to the interior from
Panama City will be inspected
by traffic police for spara tires,
condition of tires, brakes, steer steering,
ing, steering, lights and emergency re repair
pair repair tool. i, .
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...1 llovelisl
Ccr,68,
I Paralysis
1, England, March 30
yce Cary, 88," noted
novelistr died at his
r. yesterday after a
a r d
I OX7
-(IT
j Irish-t
I home
I lore i:
Carv
s working desperately
ne to finish another
iugh he knew for
was doomed to death
mg progressive para-
months
by a crt,
lysis.
The
rior. one of Britain's
foremost r temporary novelists.
was alsn known lor nla essays
snd poer.,. He was a former
r sinter. :
Csry vss best known for ..his
novel. "The Horse's Mouth."
published in the United States
in 1950. He also wrote "Herself
Surprfsed." "The African
Witch." s;. l "The Moonlight"
Born Drc 7. 1888, In County
Doneeal. Ireland, Cary became
a civil servant in 1913, and was
stationed In Nigeria for a long
period of African service. He
turned, to writing when ill
health forced him to leave the
government service.
His secretary and nurse. Edith
MiHem. was at the bedside when
Cary died.

Stork' Delivers 6-Pognder
At GiaTnlooa Boat Landing

Dredging Division employes boat travel. when he reached
were as excited Friday after- Gamboa, an ambulance was
noon as if their own wives bad summoned but before the moth moth-had
had moth-had the baby. er could be lifted into it, the ba ba-;
; ba-; The first squall from a husky by had made his arrival,
six-pound ooy was as welcome! Two Dredging 'Division ern

es' if they's been waiting In the
anteroom of a hospital td hear
it.

e iT'v,wh ,L was th!, ducted first aid classes and this
SS2ilf all n haxcXt6vie?h waS month was given a superior
born about 2:45 p.m. Friday -to service, award : f or his first aid

Placlda Udenia of Darien, after
a race to oeai uie storK enaea
on the division's motor boat
landing at Gamboa.

&Mr& shortly after the
Darlen, were on their way tOiBaDytwas Dorn-
Gamboa In a cayuco when they The family was taken in the
hailed Levi Evelyn of the Hydro-! ambulance to the medical sta-

grapnie section,, who was at
work in a smaljt launch placing
buoys for the dumping area.
They still had eight miles to
paddle and were afraid they
aalH t.haf. t.hw nwint. irnlrin' tn
v b IS
makeit in time.'
Evelyn took them Into the
launch and headed for Gamboa
as fast as he could make the
,
Mom-Powered Sub
2nclJoJoin llavy?
-"America's second atomic-power
ed submarine, the Seawolf ,vPol
ciafly joined the Navy today
Commissioning ceremonies were
held tor the seawoit at 'tne elec electric
tric electric boat division of tha General
Dynamics Corp. where the ;iub
and her: "Big. Sister," the .Nauti .Nautilus,
lus, .Nautilus, were constructed. -The
1 Navy's -too submariner.
Rear Adm. Frederick Warder,, di
rector, of the Service's Undersea
Warfare Division, personally at attended
tended attended the commissioning, v ".' --.Warder
and two otheri visitors
had a special interest in the- f f-fair.
fair. f-fair. The Admiral and Ca. p t.
Richard B. Lynch and Royce- L.
Gross, a retired admiral employ employed
ed employed by electric boat, all command
ed the old World War II Seawolf,
which waaf lost in action.- f,. f.
Taking command of the nuclear nuclear-power
power nuclear-power ship was Cmdr. Richard B.
Laninc of Amherst. Va. i.. A
Release Of Officer
Seized In Morocco
PARIS. March 30 (UP) Some

innnon, tunni m rh n thmwno arownea wnen ne ana nis is-

Champs Elysees; today- to demand
the release of a French officer
captured by Moroccan dissidents.
Tbey demanded the release of
Captain Rene Moureau or the re
turn of his body. Moureau was
(ntnrsH .lima M anit in hfHpvori
n hv hn murriorfH after he

ing mutilated and exhibited as a! went to his rescue. But neither
symbol of France's waning 'ja-boy could swim. -fluence
in North Afrks. Their father stripped off his

The leader of the movement for.ciotnes ana jumpea in. puiung wu-

Moureau's return, Paratroops Cel-
onel Perrie Bourgom, made -an ep-
peal for calm a m 1 d mounting
fears that the parade would grow
into an anu-iommunisi riou.
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WEDDING DAT IN PRAGUE i American. Olympic champ Harold Connolly and his bride,
Czech Olympic star Olga Fikotova are nanked by Czech athletes Mr. and Mrs. EmU zatopek
after their marriage in Prague." The Connollys were married in three ceremonies cinL
Catholic and Protestant. Thousands of Czechs left offices, shops and homes to cheer' and
dance in the streets as the couple wer wed In the biggest marriage the ancient city has seen
in hundreds of years.

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ployes, Staddeus McFarland and
w. h. Gordon, or tne launch
Runner, assisted in the delivery
J Wortt
in the Latin American
communities.
Dr. Julian Huhfcho was on
duty at the Gamboa Medical
tion where both mother land
child received attention before
being Sent in the ambulance to
tne Santo Tomas Hospital in
Panama City.
4 Kobbe Soldiers
Injured As Aulo
Collides Vifh Truck
Four' Ft. Kobbe soldiers t were
injured last night, when the pri private
vate private can In which they-ewere rid rid-ing
ing rid-ing collided with a truck on the
Pan. American Highway. The
accident occurred on a bridge a-
3mrtU5 TnttercWw Afrarjatf.
The four 'men of .Companv A
20th Infantry were .'taken first
tcrsanto Tomas Hospital. Three
Were later transferred to Gor Gor-gaS
gaS Gor-gaS where their condition is not
serious. The fourth man receiv received
ed received .ibnly minor injuries.
: Panamanian Felipe Caballero,
driver of the truck, was ap apparently
parently apparently uninjured; ;
In Gorgas are Sgt. Ezra Gill Gill-man,
man, Gill-man, Sgt. Raeford G. Simmons.
-who, was; the driver of the car,
and Sfc. James D. Briley. All are
reported in good condition to today.
day. today. Sp3.' Robert C. Atwell was not
hospitalized.
Body Of Gamboa
Boy Recovered
Bv Skindiver
JThe body of Guillermo Alfredo
Myrie, 10, Fanamama.t who was
drowned in Gatun Lake near Gam,
boa yesterday, has been recover
ed by a skindiver.
Using a diving lung American
Anthony Mann went down and
found the body of the Gamboa lad
yr-old brother waded too ,far
.irom snore into oeep water.
The boys' parents are Mr. and
Mrs. William H. Myrie of Quarters
318-H.
.When Guillermo floundered into
deep water, be shouted lor help,
His older brother. William Jr..
Iiam to safety, but by that time,
euiuermo naa aisappearea.
At tnis point, police said, the
lake is shallow inshore but the bot-
wm aropi wi uuucuj7.
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Soviet Ship leads
9-Vessel Convoy
To Mediterranean

CAIRO, March 30 (UP) --- The first convoy of ships
to fransit the. Suez Canal in live months sailed through
Port Said harbor today and out into the Mediterranean
amid a deafening salute of sirens, whistles and cheers.
Despite the reopening to large scale traffic, however,
Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser indicated today
he would oppose the passage of Israeli ships through the
Suez Canal and the Gulf of Aqaba.
He declared that "we will not surrender" to Ameri American
can American pressure. t-
Crowds along the Port Said quayside cheered wildly
as the nine ships of the convoy all flying foreign flag?
sailed out of the long-blocked waterway.

' The first vessel to clear the
harbor was the 5600-ton Russian
freighter JCrasnodar, It was fol
lowed at a distance of soo yards
by the 2000-ton Greek ship Elef Elef-sis.
sis. Elef-sis.
Ships of Italy, Romania and
Germany also were in tne iirst
post-Invasion copvoy.
In Cairo. Nasser told a group
.of visiting tr.S., news and Yarlio!
Aqaba Gulf were Egyptian ter territorial
ritorial territorial waters and added:
"I am sure that neither
threats nor pressures -will affect
us." y
The Egyptian' leader said the
passage of Israeli s h i ps
through the Sues Canal was
tied up to a solntion of the
problem of Millions of home homeless
less homeless 'Arab refugees, and said
the entire question must be
' settled as a whole.
The Arabs, Nasser said, want
the refugees to have rights of
rjroDerty and land. But the Is
raells want free passage through
the canal and the Gulf of Aqa
ba without" consideration of the
refugee problem. -. v
Nasser chareed the United
States talks, about freedom of
navigation "but not 'one word
about freedom of refugees."
- At one point, Nasser charged
that "the United States is
aiming to starve us, while the
Soviet Union Is a'ming to help
us." -. r
He was referring to Soviet
wheat shipments after the
United States refused to ship
Wheat to Egypt.
. Nasser defended the idea of
Egypt's non-alignment with el-.
ther Western or Communist
blocs as a "basically American
idea" first found in George
Washington's farewell address.
Time Bomb
Wrecks Truck,
Five Buses
BELFAST. "'Northern Ireland
March 30 fUP) A time bomb ao ao-parently
parently ao-parently planted by Irish Repub Republican
lican Republican Army outlaws wrecked a bus
terminal today, destroying five
buses and a truck. There were no
casualties.
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Israeli Freight
Train Potted
By-
TEL AVIV, ISrael, March 30
(UP ) Machineguh fire from
Jordan territory Taked an Israeli
freight' train on the border rail
way between Bedera and Rosh
Haayin last night, an Israeli mili military
tary military spokesman announced today.
The scene was only 10 milet
from Kalkila, the Jordanian for fortress
tress fortress destroyed by Israeli troops
a year ago after similar attacks
acroi the frontier. The arel. is
one of Israel's most vulnerable
points, where the Jerusalem-Haifa
railroad skirts close to the arm armistice
istice armistice line.
The spokesman said automatic
weapons fire was directed from
the Jordan strongpoint of Talks Talks-rem.
rem. Talks-rem. There were no casualties, he
said.
In Jerusalem, Joseph Tekoa, di- -rector
of armistice affairs in the
Israeli Foreign Office, charged,
that troops of the United Nations
Emergency Force (UNEF) has
lost control of the Gaza border to
Egyptian police stationed there!',
Israel considers this a "very"
grave development," Tekoa de declared.
clared. declared.
He said evidence collected by
Israeli .intelligence shows that
"Egypt has made the UNEF. a
failure by a conscious policy .of
perverting Us tasks and turning; it
into an effective, valuable weapon
in (Egyptian President Gamal
Abdel) Nasser's campaign."
The armistice affairs director
charged that soon after the U.N.
force arrived in Gaza, it was
"pushed out" in violation of terms
of the U.N. General Assembly
resolution which specified the
UNEF's task was to ensure fite
passage through the Suez Canal.
He said the United Nations'
main forces in El Arish. at the
western end of the Gaza Strip,
weret "told to get out" by an
Egyptian armored column. He
said that city now is entirely un under.
der. under. Egyptian command.
"Tekoa charged the UNEF has
also been "pushed out" of other
towns in the Gaza Strip and re replaced
placed replaced by Egyptian military po police.
lice. police.
Infant Daughter ,
Of Clayton GI
Dies After Illness
Patricia Joan Snlvely. the tn
faht daughter of Sgt and Mrs.
John W. Snively, was pronounc pronounced
ed pronounced dead yesterday on her arrival
at Gorgas Hospital. ,
Sgt Snively Is assigned at Ft.
Clayton and the family resides
at Diablo Terrace.
The little glH was six-and-a-half
months old.
She had been released trc-t
the hospital only three days pre previously
viously previously followlnr extended t-
ment for a brain he roc

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j PAGB TWO
r SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1951,

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'' The Mail Box ii an epan forum lor raiders of Tha Panama Amarlcan.
Utters ars raeaivad gratefully and ara handled in a wholly confidential
manner.
ii If yon contribute a letter don't be impatient if if doesn't appear tha
next day. Letters ara published in the order received.
" Plaasa try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
',' Identity of letter writers it held in strictest confidence.
Thit newspaper attumet no responsibility for ttatamentt or opinions
expressed in letters from readers.

fTHE MAIL BOX

ABOUT ELLA FITZGERALD
Sir:

: I have never heard a "live" song of Ella Fitzgerald, but I
surely will, if she comes to Panama, as has been reported. After
all Ore furor about the whamy-mamy, teen-age. singers and their

mrffc 'n roll, it is a pleasure to Know tnai a real artist is to

hnnnr Panama with ft visit.

Now for Mail Box readers who do not know about Ella
Fitzgerald, let me quote a few words by "I.K." in the Saturday
. Review" about her recording of a group of song by Rogers and
Hart "with the silky voice of Ella Fitzgerald as the thread on

. For a lady who made her first fame in terms of a nursery
rhyme (A-Tisket A-Tasket) Fitzgerald has come a long way to
dial on even terms with the verbal niches of 'It Never Entered
S.HH- niri niue.' and 'I Wish That I Were In Love

Again.' not to mention 'Dancing on the Celling,' and 'To Keep
"ma Ella Fitzgerald can now do with a melodic line is a
treatise on self-improvement, in which thought and taste (plus

a nnsidel-able amount 01 intuition; nave given me u-wui

baby band-einger rank with the bygone Mildred Bailey, n
there is higher praise In this area, somebody else will have to
think of it."
' See you at the recital, if Ella sings in Panama.
' Crede Calhoun

Labor News

And

Comment

When Money Doesn't Talk

by VICTOR RIESEL

Sir:
This is to Music Lover and A Fitzgerald Fan... You couldn't
have been tired or sick of the Presley-Lymon Feud. It had al almost
most almost died out and there you go again trying to start it all
anew. '
H Yes, while it may be true what you said about all-time
greats in the jazz field, Jn the classical world of music there's
alio a handful of all-time greats that rank with these men.
Such men. like Bach, Beethoven, Handel, etc. Names and music
thftt lives. lore ver.
i Remember, Music Lover and other who think like you, that
effcryone has his own tas$e for different music. Good for you
and Fitzgerald Fan" that you have a strong taste for jazz music,
bltt your letters, especially that of a Fitz Fan do not make
sense and have not proved anything. To a jazz singer there's
no compassion whatsoever in the style Presley-Lynon sing.
These boys are singing just what the people want rock-anjd-roll
music."
' About that contest, Fitz Fan, don't be silly by stifling your
conscience. J just love to hear Ella sing and I have records
of her that I am not tired of hearing, but, I know better than
to. think .that her old records would win over Presley-Lymon
ropk-and-rpll records or as a matter of fact almost smy other
rock-and-roll -records. r
i; Don't yon? realize' that the majority is for -yock-apd-roll
music now?
Kow long Presley-Lymon will last is for none of us to judge.
G$t off. the boys' backs and let's give them a fair break. i
. Fitz Fan. vou don't seem to be such a true fan. How come

you didn't write during the time of the Presley-Lymon battle,
but wrote now? I suppose you just decided to have written to
prove you are a Fitz Fan because you learned that she is due
here soon.
.. Impartial

ROCK N ROLL
Sir:
" Here's one for "Frisco" who was objecting to the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Forces Network broadcasting a basketball game while San
Francisco was having an earthquake.
: .A friend of mine, living in San Francisco happened to be
writing me a letter at 11:45 Friday. She wrote: "Gosh! Just
had the most terrific earthquake. Just as I was scared enough
to run out, it stopped. I hope that's all. And when I turned
on the radio, just now to see how bad It was, guess what I
heard Elvis Presley singing his new song 'I'm All Shook Up'."
So if up there they can be that nonchalant, why not the
Caribbean Station?
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Late Monday morning a srrouo of

men wamea into inn jvinnnntrahoia

Room of Pittsburgh's Penn-Sheri-

ton Hotel, tiehtlv .closed th his

doors and 'cut off the phones. In

inai group was a man who bad
been the hero of a grim drama ov

erheard by secret microohones

which led to the seeond set of .tane

recordings now in the vaults of the

oenate racket-busting committee.

The word "hero" is not idly cho

sen, it is Hereby hung on a chan

by the name of William J. Bren-

nan of Philadelphia, who flexed not

a muscle and frayed not a nerve
when, some months back, he heard

tnose tape-recordings played back
to him. Brennan beard some mus

cled characters : plan to dd him

violence because he refused to go

along with a neat little play by the
combine to use a small coffee shop
union in a big money scheme.

The stakes were big hundreds of
thousands of dollars in duer and i-

nitiatwn fees and. eventually, wel

fare fund payments.

Monday morning, behind those

closed doors, Bill Brennan told
some of the story to the group, the

Executive Council of the Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania State Federation of Labor,

AFL. What they did not know then
was that the story they heard will

push the main line of the Senate
probe right through Philadelphia
perhaps even before the Senators

open their new xorK Hearings.

Sanata strategists ara so start start-lad
lad start-lad by this second sat of tap
recordings and what has coma
out of lx intonsa weeks of in investigation
vestigation investigation by thtir man atari,
that they bolievo tha Philadal Philadal-phia
phia Philadal-phia story is mora vivid ovan
than what thay have dug up In
Now York. Tha Sonata probers
ara still in Philadelphia today,
hesded by ox-FBI man Loo Nul Nul-ryV
ryV Nul-ryV I

So the Senate committee may

simply postpone the New 'York
hearings to report to the nation
what Mr. Nulty's squad, working

with Philadelphia's District Attor

ney, Victor Blanc, has discovered.

There, tha probe nas pivoted up

on a tough section 01 the Team

sters Union which runs a local con

trolling the delivery of hundreds of

minions of dollars worth oi 1000,
not only in, Philadelphia but
throughout the Delaware Valley a
rea itself serving millions, of

neoole. :"

This local is sometmng caiieo me

Produce. Pultry. Fisn and Oyster-

man's Drivers and Helpers, Local

929. Strong man of the local, where wherein
in wherein competitive muscle is not want

ing, is one Shorty teioman. He nas

an arrest and prison record long

enough to give him solid standing
in his social circle. And imagina

tion, too.

Counle this with an urge to coa-,

quer new norizons anu yuu icwu

point in Mr. Feldman's personal

history when ne neipeo some

friends get a charter some time
ago in the Hotel and Restaurant
Employes International Union. Its
number is 410 and its potential take
runs into the hundreds of thou thousands
sands thousands of dollars.
Feldman's forays into the coffee
shop field via this local were made
possible by powerful support in
the national 'Teamsters' leadership.
And that's what the Senators want
to trace. This the probers believe
will show a pattern the use
of the power of national Teamsters'
chiefs to pressure other union lead-

'
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Walter Wirichell I h Mew York

THI HEADLINERS

New York celebrated the happy
marriage of Miss Begorra and Air.

jaozeitov thanks to Jtobert Bris
coe, Dublin's-Jewish Lord Mayor.

A wise, gracious and witty man, he
quipped: "Some of my best friends

are Irishman." when a news-pno

tog urged him "to get closer to

your wife, he grinned: "Young

man, l have seen married to my
wife for thirty-eight years and we

couidn t possioly be any closer",
The popular visitor inspired

grand and glorious occasion as
well as a meaningful me: All the
brutal violence incited by bigots is

noti as .powerful or enduring as
tha' affection gained by Mayor

iiriscfte. in tne long struggle be

tween uood ano &vu tno victory

of the Armies of tha Good was fre

quently been deferred but nev

er defeated. And that fact repre

sents tne nope oi civilization.
Irish Eyes Are Smiling Because

Decency is m ineir Hearts.
Incrid Bergman, who won an Os

ear, has also won the greatest prize

The love oi tnose you love... in a

touching Interview, her lovely IB
year-old daughter in the U.S. ex

pressed her devotion to her moth'
ler: "I love and adore her, and 1

hope we can arrange to spend a
lot of time together in the future.
Stories to the effect that I don't
like mv mother are not true. Will

you : please write that? I'm very

al friends

In this story, feldman neipea
get a charter for a band of men,
some with criminal records. Feld Feldman's
man's Feldman's power comes, of course,;
frnm th fact that members of his

own Teamsters' Local control the
delivery of millions of dollars of

. . a J :i

perishable tooa asuy.
Thus Feldman easily made the
connection and through some
long distance phono cilia got
the charter from the Hotel and
Restaurant Union's national e
fica in Cincinnati. It was all very
marry until thay discovered that
Bill Brennan, over whoso head
thay had gone, was flghtln
fipMnin was. and Is. the chair

man of the Hotel and Restaurant
Employes' Local Joint Executive
Board in Philadelphia anda Iso
Yice-president of the Stata Federa

tion of Lawr.
This attitude of Brennani vex vex-.
. vex-. .nm ft tha men who were

building up their own coffee phone.
Philadelphia District Attar ley

Blanc intercepted this witn a w
tap. The tape was played back to
oJl ha rtcentlv drove the

Dicuimu w
boys from Local 410. t
. .in the Senate hear

Ing roora(wUl be echoing U the

voice of tne comuint.

ers into issumg charters to persoii-,,

or friends oi menos. f--"i. .7. riV XI'.

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NEW POST-rKatherlne B. Oet Oet-Unger,
Unger, Oet-Unger, Dean of Boston Univer University's
sity's University's School of Social Work, hma
been named Chief of tha Unit United
ed United States Children's Bureau of
the VS. Department of Health,
Education and Welfare by Pres

throuih a lot and she a shown a

grat deal of courage." No movie

ever had a happier ending,

History is composed of countless

biographies. To understand the
course of events, it is essential to

studp the personalities of history
makers. Dictator, .Nasser was a
criminal long before his crimes
had international repercussions
Some years ago he shot a govern government
ment government official in the back. Fortun Fortunately,
ately, Fortunately, Nasser was a bum shot and
his larget recovered. Later, in an
interview, Nasser boasted about
the attempted murder.
Artistry is always gladly fo followed
llowed followed and pleasantly prolonged.
The TV ropriao of Gat-bo's "Ni "Ni-notchka"
notchka" "Ni-notchka" offered abundant avid avid-once
once avid-once of her enduring talent. Tha
star, however, maintains her re retreat
treat retreat from the spotlight. Yew may
bo snrprisod to loam oho wasn't
alwaya averse to the public
prints. During the early days of
her movie career she gave many
Interviews or no Interviews. Car Car-bo
bo Car-bo responded to the ultimatum

with a ne-iatervlew edict.

Rembrandt of diplomats is the U-

mted Nations' Ralph Bunche. With

wisdom, tact and infinite patience

ne is striving to settle the Middle
East crisis. The immensity of the
problem, can be measured by his
experience a few years ago: It
took him several weeks to merely
arrange a meeting between Israeli
and Arab leaders. And It required
many days r before Bunche con convinced
vinced convinced the Arab chiefs to shake

handswlth Israel's representatives

ms secret is to "keep 'em talk

ing." He once kept negotiations so

ing for 36 straight hours until the

exhausted delegates compromised

and reached an agreement.
When the negotiations were com

Dieted. Bunc6; gifted theJdela

gates with rare pieces of pottery
purchased in advance and stored

until the meetings ended. One del

egate inquired: "What would you
have done with all the pottery if we

nao tailed?" ... Bunche smiled:

"I'd have smashed the damn things

over your heads i"

Sophia Loren has become the

darling of mags. You cannot riffle

tha pages of a periodical without

spotting her natural assets. The I-

taiian star s dimensions are mieh

ty impressive ... Even more gasp gasp-inducing
inducing gasp-inducing are -Miss Loren's com

ments. Recalling her development

from a Girl into a Woman, she

graphically explained: "Then I be

came nice. I stopped growing tal

ler and began to grow in other
ways, and men began to look at

ma when I walked down the street.
Because you are a man you would

not understand bow wonderful it is

for a girl to know she is becoming
nice. -. ; i t.

A tyrant is a criminal with po police
lice police powers. Consequently, ust ust-Ice
Ice ust-Ice becomes injustice and gov

ernment is simply a racket. The
following Is a case history: The
Dominican Republic's population
is approximately t million. Dic Dictator
tator Dictator Trujillo's "take" from his
country Is fS million annually.
Ho has a fortune estimated at ev.
or $40 million most of it salt salted
ed salted away In Puerto Rica and the
U.S.
Not many sounds exceed the mu

sical quality of a bat hitting a ball.

It is the sound of Spring. Just as
the balmy season renews the mead

ows so does it renew interest in

tha national pastime. The sports

pages are crammed with moment

ous bulletins from Dixie. The play

er collecting most space is Mickey

Mantle, of course, Miguel has ac

complished much and has the abili

ty to achieve much more. Mantle

to hit well during batting practice,
he marched into the dugout muU
tering a string of epithets. A, re reporter
porter reporter inquired: "What's he so sore

about?" (
Another Yankee player explain
ed: "Himself."

Eloquence was rampant in the

tribute to Jimmy Durante at the

Waldorf. He merits the ; joyous

words. Durante had devoted his

life to the geatest cause: Making

people nappier ... However, tne elo

quence of the oratory failed oo

match the simple poetry of a com'
pliraent extended to Durante lev
era! years ago. As he wss board

ing a train a redcap 'called out:

"There goes a hobo with the heart.

of a lung."

Jackie Gleason'occasionally acts

like a clown when he is away from

the TV. cameras as the recent
headlines attest. However, his de

sire to find some form of relaxation

In sard beverages is understand

able to anyone who is acquainted

with the rigorous demands and ter

rible tensions that come with the
torture of doing a regular TV pro program.
gram. program. Television gives much gold
to its stars while taking away

something more precious: Tranqui

lity the peace of mind which is
essential to happiness.
Gleason once summed up his TV

career: "There is a crisis all the

time, one big prolonged crisis. I

am directly responsible for every

thing concerned with this show. I
can't relax. I don't sleep well."

The proposed TV testimonial to

Irving Berlin should be a mem

orable event. JNot many exceed his

ability to grasp a fragment of sound
and transmit it to the ages. He has

composed over 800 songs ,M His ini

tial tune, "Marie From Sunny Ita Italy,"
ly," Italy," netted him exactly 37 cents

in royalties. Another Berlin melo melody
dy melody was rejected by numerous pub-

bMiiYv7Asui;:GTo:j
Merry-Go-Hoo

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WASHINGTON Ohio's S e n.l 1. 1956. which on tha a.m. 4..

Frank Lausche, much publicized sold them tq Pena-Texas.-' ;

at me opening oi congress, hasn't!

4

been 'getting many headlines late-

iy, out he. has been doing some

quiet and eieicuve homework.

1 I.

The other day he yanked the

securities and Exchange Com

missioners, supposed to bo the

policemen of Wall Street, up to

Capitol Hill for a secret grilling

as to why they hadn't policed
the manipulations of the amax-

lng Hitler refugee, Leopold Si

berstein, who seeks to acquire

rairDanks, Morse.

' Lausche pointed to what seemed

to be three violations by Silberstein
He wanted to know whv the SEC

hadn t referred them to the Jus

tice Department

J. Sinclair Armstrong, handsome

young SEC; chairman who is anxi

ous to slide over to a job as assist

ant secretary of the Navy before
getting involved in too many Wall

street squabbles, was epeved

He complained that previous clos

ed-door testimony before Lausche

had leaked, had no plausible ex

cuse for not referring possible vio violations
lations violations to the Justice Department,
. Lausche; dissatisfied, polled the

individual commissioners. A ma

jority of them agreed with Arm

strong.

Refugee Silberstein is an astute

fast-moving financial wizard, who

during ms eight short years in the
USA has built up a corporation eon eon-trolling
trolling eon-trolling Colt Arms, part of Pratt-

Whitney, Elyria Foundry. Liberty

Aircraft Products, Industrial Brown

hoist, Quickway Truck Shovel, Hal

hcrafters Co.. and who now seeks

to acauire Fairbanks. Morse, old-

line matters of scales.'

FINANCIAL WIZARDRY

The three possible violations of

the aEC laws which Lausche point
ed to were;;.iWv ''-.-s4--';.?)f'-""'li

1) Failure td disclose promptly

to tne bEC and penn-Texas stock

holders various n transactions In

Fairbanks,; Morse stock;

2) Failure to disclose certain

transactions with Swiss banks: -Sil

berstein with people he induced to

buy stocK, 'i 1

The negotiations are complicated

but important, in view -of some
fears that another depression

might be in the otnag.

A bia-Stock bubble, bursting on

Wall Street, might help spark

financial toboggan. Here are some

of silberstein s manipulations

MANIPULATION No. 1 David
. Subin. : Lansdale. Pa., hosiery

manufacturer, has been oq -the
board of Penn-Texaf orAelosely re

lated to its financial dealings since

1951. .-.!-:.; .3r-w.

Yet last :eer Silbesteln filed

sworn statemet with the SEC that

he had not known until March 14,

1957 that Subin on Aug. 1, 1956

had sold 30.700 shares of Fairbanks

Morse stock to English Transcon

tinental Ltd. of London, which then

sold or transferred the stock to

the Union Bank of Switzerland, and
that the bank on the aame day sold

them to Silberstein s Company,

Penn-Texas.

Silberstein admitted la his sworn

statement that these, shares were

cauired through Francis I du-

Pont and Co., and that his son-in
law, Peter Cats, working as brok broker,
er, broker, for that firm, "serviced the ac-

Son-in-law Cats has a direct

nhone to Silberstein's desk, yet

S. claimed he knew nothin

about the transaction until March

when, belatedly, it was mea

nrith th SRC. . :

Incidentally, more than one-half

of the $36,000,000 worth of atock
Silberstein bought in his battle to
take over Fairbanks, Morse, pass

ed through the hands of his son-in
law. ;

MANIPULATION No. 2 Silber

stein also informed the HEC that

on March 14 he learned for the

If diplomacy 11 an art, then the is a perfectionist After failing

" J r .MIX A1UVU
lishers. Finally,, he prevailed upon 'first time that Jacques Sarlle, who

has been director M a renn-ieras
subsidiary since 1953, sold 10,000
Fairbanks, Morse shares to Eng English
lish English Transcontinental Ltd. on Aug.

George M. Cohan to sing it at a
benefit. It became Berlin's initial
click and an American classic, "A "A-lexander's
lexander's "A-lexander's Ragtime Band."

Love was a vital factor in the

Isuccess story of Desi Arnaz. Back

in 1951, Lucy and Desi decided that

they must work together in order
to have an enduring marriage. Con Consequently,
sequently, Consequently, Desi received CBS" per permission,
mission, permission, to produce a film series.
Although his sole previous show
bis experience was leading aa or orchestra,
chestra, orchestra, Desi found himself in full
charge of the new project. "We had
-..1.. 1. K. nrl 1.4a -4.t.

11V IUICI W fcV- HtCl
ed, "so we made our own rules."

NO MOTiCTION lOR

.; .STOtKMOl,DIRS r
The SEC has Information- that
"English Transcontinental Ltd."
has always been the personal for for-warding
warding for-warding address of Silberstein
when he goes to England.
MANIPULATION No. i-Sllber-stem
bought over 100,000 shares of
Fairbanks, Morse from Sarlie, who -also
has an office in the same
building, but made no prompt dis
closure to the SEC until February
1957. s
The last bloc of Fairbanks, Morse
stock Silberstein contracted tn hn

from Sarlie was for delivery later
this year. In an agreement made
Jan.; 28, 1957, Silberstein was to

take delivery from Same of BO.nno

shares of Fairbanks, Morse stock

in may, June and July of this year,
at a price of $69,875 per share, thus

guaranteeing Sarlie a profit of
$600,000. .,

If. however. Sarlie nrfm-s tha

shares to Silberstein' and Silber

stein doesn't have the money to
pay, it is agreed that Sarlie can

dump them on the' market, and Sil Sil-bersteins
bersteins Sil-bersteins Penn-Texas : will jn a k
up .the oMerence..v;!4;yi!

To indemnify SarKe.- It 'was'" a-'

greed that Penn-Texas would- de deposit
posit deposit $1,000,000 in cash to protect

uie uansacuon. r. vxiv; zi

sion to protect th stockholders in
case Penn-Texas stock dropped out

of sight as a result of these man
majiipulaUons.:?-';::;,';';1-

There are 33.000 holders of Penn-

Texas stock, many of them small
investors. While silberstein has
been dabbling with their stock; Its -value;
went down from $20 to $11.
Meanwhile, his battle to acauire

Fairbanks, Morse stock sent its
value up from $30 to $60.

To meet his obligations in the

next four months Silberstein will
have to raise $18,000,000. In addi

tion, to raise money for this proxy

fight, he has sold and leased back
five of Penn-Texas' major proper

ties, with obligations to pay $65,-

000,000 in guaranteed rents over

tne next zo to 30 years.

This European typo of financial

wizardry is what worried Lausche
and why he hauled the SEECom SEECom-missioners
missioners SEECom-missioners before him to ask why
they had not referred the entire

matter to tha Justice Department,

Ilev Thoafer Group,
Caribbean Players,

Forming At Clayton

. v',
A new theater croup called tha

Caribbean Players ia being orga

nized and will hold its next meet

ing at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at tha
old Fort Clayton theater. .'?-

The group is being organized to

perform famous plays and recent

Broadway productions.

Membership is open to all mem

bers of the armed forces and their

dependents residing on the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific side of the Canal Zona.

The group is seeking not only

gerformers but technicians and
ack-stage assistants also. Jo ex experience
perience experience is necessary.

During the meeting Sunday, tha

group will conduct try-outs for Hs
first production ; ;

Further information may be ob

tained from Capt, Guy Watson,
Fort Clayton Special Services, tel telephone
ephone telephone 87-722$. .

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its atop a snail mountain of bags, ail filled with money. Tha money was collected la tha
Chicago Heart fund drive.

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THE PA5AMA AMERICA! :.; AW INBFrENDENT 1 DATLT NlWSPArER
ATURDAY,' MA.RCII 30, 195T
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240 Kids Turn Out
To Learn Swimming
At Ft. Kobbe Pool
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Two huhdred and forty children
were present last Saturday for the
first of a series of swimming

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THE 'BELVEDERES, a singing group from Fort Kobber serenade the patients of Gorgas
"Hospital during a trip sponsored by the Fort Kobbe Service Club. Members of the group,
from left to rigbt, Pfc Maurice Hill, Pfc John Day, Pfc Mlke,Mallica and Pfc .Richard
Dickens.' Pfc Mallica Is from Service Company, the other members of the group from Tank

Company i

" Under the supervision of S-2C
Angel Fernandez-Reyes, head life lifeguard
guard lifeguard of the Kobbe pooli the voiuie-

sters began a course of instruction

wmcn is to continue through the
months, of April and May. Volun Volunteering
teering Volunteering their services along with
FernaQdez-Reyes were lifeguards
Pfc Ronald J. Novak, Pfc Roger
Gray, Pfc. Mike Shea, Pfc. Alex
Ikedar and Pfc. John Bee k as
well a' Betty Fortune, Eartha

vin, Tom Kicks and Linda Mat Mat-tice.
tice. Mat-tice. members of the Fort Kobbe

Teen Age Club who -hive contri

buted their services.

The classes are, divided into .the

groups with those in the five to

eight year age group being instruct

d 'from 8 to 9 a.m. and those in

hte nine to 10 year: age. group

trom 9 to 10 a.m. the classes will

be conducted every Saturday morn

ing, throughout the program.

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SECOND"PRIZE Mrs. Juanita' A. Blakely, Fort Gulick Post Post-Librarian;
Librarian; Post-Librarian; receives a $15 check,' for winning third' prize in the
Caribbean Army. Area Library, Activities Contest, from Col.
Gines Perez, Army Atlantic commander. The Caribbean Area
contest was conducted as part of the fifth annual Army-wide
Library fecrap Book Contest. ;MrS. Blakely'a scrap book con-,
tained photographs and other material concerning the acti activities
vities activities at the. Fort Gulick Library during the past year.
- CU,S.Army Photo by SFC Jack E. BusonV

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SD.S Thomas Sorensort

Shiny Boots Gleam

Despite Jungle Dew

ThA 9nA Poffslmn Tnmhaf Taom

of of the 325th Airborne Inf antry con-

ComoWA and Pfc, Stanley M.l ?ucted its-regu ar Saturday jnorn-

SnHnU Sarftest of tbe'Jungle Warfre Training Ceenter
"iJw rtSt'rt Frt Sherman, V
20th trTfJ,S DespUe the intense jungle .tfajn-
perfeet6coresjoi twoundred humidity on their wea wea-polnty,
polnty, wea-polnty, out of twa hundred possi- ong ad jt,ra8s, 900 men turned
e- 'out with -shined boots, polished
r .j i v, brass and clean weapons.
The gunner's test,- which is a f-ollowln? the ceremonles, the
timed examination of ability m C0l0I,g wefe dismissed nd compa.
mounUng the, .Ur,,-laymg.,ny commanders conducted a de de-and
and de-and relaying the mortar at llJc tailed inspection of their men and
proper angles, .corresponding to a weapong. ,
fire data, levelling it on aiming The inspection over the troop' troop'-stakes,
stakes, troop'-stakes, and manipulation for ers were aDie t0 look fbrward to
' traversRifr fire, was administer- he renujhder of the weekend and
ed to all -Of the 60 mm. mortar- the .many recreational activities
, me not the First Battalion. I afforded them in this area, p --
: -. ,' lt These activities are made avail-
Although a score of 180 is urr. fib,e t0 tt men through ,the
ficient to rank as expert, Soren- techniqueg of the platoon in at at-son
son at-son and Koleza: proved .to be nearby. Fort Davis, among, these
perfect mortarmen.in every ca- are iisbing jpg out into the deep deep-tegory,
tegory, deep-tegory, performirw: eaclr exercise waters of lhe Atlantic Ocean. This
twice without a. flaw. .- J seems to "be the most popular
.- t- V 'snort and a ereat many men are

A score of at least 140 Is nec participating in it. Fishing gear

essary to qualify as s gunner on and bait are furnished free.

xnw weapon. , i uumea tours 10 come oi ine m-
The names of both men have teresting inslands nearby are also
been entered In Fort Kobbe'jprovjded and these too are enjoy-

Hall of Fame in acKnowieua;-

Application Dates Extended
For West Point Aspirants

A major change in AR 350-55

AFR 53-13 A -extends the applies

tion period to June 30 from May
31 for .active duty enlisted men

seeking appointment to '. W e s t

Point. The change extends the ap

plication period for. reserve com

ponents including National Guard

until Aug, -31.
Selected applicants will attend
the Wait Paint. Preparatory
School et Fort. Balvoir, V., be
ginning shortly after selections,
ere announced in September and
terminating 1 the latter pert of
Jue of next year. Successful
completion of the preparatory
training leads to enrollment in
the Academy class that begins
in July, We.

Dates Feb. 28, Change 1, AR

350-55-AFR 53-13A said. "In plan

nine the admission of a class to

the Military Academy, many fix

ed schedules must be maintained

. . .These schedules are. neces necessary
sary necessary to Insure the orderly process processing
ing processing of candiddates. Applications pe

riods under this program will be.

gin on Jan 1? and will close on

June 30 for Regular Components;

Aug. ai ior tteserve omponenis

(mcluduig National Guard). .

There have been three enlisted

applicants here, for appolntsments

this year.
All enlisted men new on active

duty in the Army or the Air Force
or a member of a Reserve or Na

tional Guard unit of these servic-

es and who meets tne minimum

reauirements are ursed to apply

The change to the regulation al-

Balboa Girl Wins
University Honor
FREDONIA. N.Y.." March 29

Miss Edna Hart of the Canal Zone

has been named to the Dean's
List of Students outstanding for
scholarship during (he first semes

ter of this year at the State Uni University
versity University Teachers College at Fre Fre-donla.
donla. Fre-donla. To be eligible for this hon honor,
or, honor, a student must have a grade

point average of at least 3.25,

which is a B average;

Miss Hart, who is a senior in

the early secondary curriculun", is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Max R. Hart of Balboa Jieights.

so ; revised educational require

ments tor, application.
Applicants must have et Matt
a high school education er its e-

eiuivalont to include two years' ef

algebra and one year of geome geometry,
try, geometry, three years ef English, in including
cluding including literature end Unit eel
States history.

Formerly, the regulation did not

specify the amount of algebra and

geometry required but said that

it was necessary, ; i

The change to the regulation

said. "An individual having credit

for a high school education as

result of a GED test meets the

educational requirements."

The original regulation did not

specifically state the high school

GED test could qualify an appli

cant.

Elga, S. A. Offers
Low Lump Sinn Bid
For Electric Work

A lump sum bid of $77,695 was
offered by Elga, S.A., a Panama

electrical -wmtracttn Jirm for

the wonc or rehabilitating the

air conaitioning system of tne
Canal Zone Civil Affairs Build

ing and the installation of new

air conditioning: systems in the

telephone exchanges at Gamboa

and Cristobal.

The bids which were opened

this morntner in the Administra

tion Buildine at Balboa Heights,

included offer? from L. R. Som-

mer and Aire Frio, S. A. two

other Panama concerns. Tney

ranged from $8,5717 to $99,292.

Elga, was low on all three of

the Items in the specifications.

The cbmpany bid $65,711 for the

rehabilitation of the air condi conditioning
tioning conditioning system in the Civil Af

fairs Building; $3,169 for the air
conditioning equipment at Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa and $8,815 for. the air con conditioning
ditioning conditioning equipment in Cristo Cristobal.
bal. Cristobal.

The work on all three projects

should be completed within six

months.

ment of their accomplishment

T.

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'OKLAHOMA!:

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. TECHNICOLOR -OPENING
APRIL 2
CENTRAL

ed by many oi tne men. r f ..
, This week the battalion is under undergoing,
going, undergoing, advanced training in squad
reconnaissance, combat patrolling,
technioues of She platoon in at

tack and defense,, and an exami

nation for all personnel covering
everything taught so far.
Jungle' Warfare Zoo
Presenfe'd Vilh Boa
1 A live: seven-foot. 40-pound boa

constrictor was presented to the
Jungle Warfare Training Center
Zoo last week by members of the
2nd Airborne Division's 2nd Bat

talion Combat-Team from tne

325th Airborne Infantry.

The Jangle Warfare Training

Center is located at Fort Sherman
and the battalion combat team is
staging Exercise Rio Seiva at the
Center. - -
Exercise Rie Seiva is a five five-week
week five-week period -of jungle warfare

training prior to the Caribbean

command's maneuver, Carib Ex,

scheduled, for April. ; -I
Shortly after starting out on a
i fcmcle navecatiofl. maneuver. a-

nine-man group trom the a2nd Re-;

cotmaissance Co., under the com command
mand command of 2nd U. William L. Shad Shad-doan,
doan, Shad-doan, discovered a Urge boa coa coa-strictor.
strictor. coa-strictor. Shaddoan identified the
snake sad be and the group lecid lecid-ed
ed lecid-ed io capture it ani bring it back
to Fort Sberssaa.
Toe nine mea. carried the snake
several miles traversing dense
)ungte terrain and finished their
aavigatioa problem with the snake
well wmW control.
' In add it toe le Shaddoaa in the
group were Spl Edward L. Bras Bras-fart,
fart, Bras-fart, Spl Bobby L. Willisms, Pfe.
DouelafF. Kramps, Pfc. Landoa
D. Boone. Pvt. Ralph E. Bod die.
Pvt. Cams M. HoIiand. Ovt. Jaaes
C. Makua and Pvt. Hockey Kamai.

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necessary to protect its rights.

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1 FOR CAPT. AND MRS. FALK, MR. AND MRS. PRE
A jay crowd gathered at Albrook Officers Club tart

i nighi as guests of Capt. and Mrs. jens misea i jdiu
Heights.
The occasion was a cocktail-buffet given In honor of
Cant, and Mrs. Henry Falk and" Mr. and Mrs. Carter On.
Both couples will be leaving: the Isthmus shortly.

.Farewell Luncheon For
wnrs. Elsie Ettinger
The Fern Room of the Tivoli
Guest House was the scene of a
delightful no-host luhthebn yester yesterday
day yesterday given in honor of Mrs. Elsie
Ettinger who will be leaving Friday

. for the States.
Mrs. Ettinger will pay a lengthy
visit m former Isthmians living m

raiifmia before floiniz to New

York, where she plans to make her
home. ,
Among those who attended her
"despidida were Mesdames Hannah

Schwartz, Biancne Bcummg,
Leap, Lily Blumberg, Ruth Bour Bourgeois,
geois, Bourgeois, Ethel Harvle, Maja Noideng,
Wanda Mann, Lois Van Horn, Do

rothy Wynshaw, raisy nyau, nc nc-i.
i. nc-i. Aninian Vada Pence, Edna

Plumer, Leona Saarinen, Sara Row

ley. Ruth Jenkins, Marge
Co Joustra, Florence Klipper, He Helen
len Helen Adler and Ruth Kongable.
A gift of perfume was presented
by Mrs. Mary Ruppel who acted as
Master of Ceremonies. The gift
was accompanied by an autograph
book, with the signature and
mailing address of all who attend attended,
ed, attended, inscribed therein.
Watercolor Exhibit
At Hotel El Panama
An exhibit of watercolor paint paintings
ings paintings by Mrs. Inga Turner Pner is
on display in the Balboa Salon of
the Hotel El Panama.
It consists of scenes of Panama
and Taboga, and will hang until A A-pril
pril A-pril 6.
Mr W. I. Kirkland Elected
President Of Festival Chorus J

The Pan-American esuvaj vuw

the U.S.O.-J.W.B. Buiiding, Balboa,
for a short rehearsal and to elect

officers for the .coming year.

Mrs. W. E. Kirkland was elected
president. Other new officers are

Stanley Hall, vice president; Miss
Laura E. Orta, secretary and Al-den-
Cockburn, treasurer.
Following the meeting refresh refreshments
ments refreshments Were served by Miss Wini Winifred
fred Winifred Seeley and Mrs. Margaret J.
Napier. It was voted to suspend
meetings for a few weeks to afford
the directors- a well earned vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. Members will be notified when
meetings are to be resumed.
Membership in this group is open
to all residents of the Republic of
Panama and the Canal Zone as well
as all service personnel and adult
members of their families interest interested
ed interested in choral singing and a cordial
welcome is extended to all.

Balboa Woman's Club Charity
Card and Bingo Party
Tuesday, April 23, is the date of
the Charitv Card and Bingo Party

which is being sponsored oy me
Balboa Woman's Club. The affair
will be held at the Fort Amador
Officers Open Mess starting at 7

p.m.
Manv valuable door prizes are

being donated by the merchants of

Panama. Kefresnmenis wiu pe

served durlnff the evening

Tickets are now on sale at $1.00

each and may be obtained trom

any Club member.

Mrs. Morse Addresses

Alpha Chapter Beta Sigma Phi
Alnha ChaDter Beta Sigma Phi

held its semi-monthly meeting

Tuesday evening with Miss Mara

s met on

Thursday evening at gem Branhem, presiding. The

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for eternity
The home established in
Christ is founded on a Rock
that will withstand every
storm. He will stand by you
in every trial

t:3.0 SUNDAY SCHOOL
"ti 0 a members and 95 0 all Christian worker
come through the Sunday School."
Bring the family this Sunday. We teach the Bible.
11:00 "FACES ABOUT THE CROSS PILATE"
1:00 YOUTH FELLOWSHIPS
7:00 "FACES ABOUT THE CROSS PETER"
NURSERY PROVIDED EVERYONE WELCOME

Ways and Means committee re
ported some clothing had been del

ivered to needy families as part of

the Chapter s cnarity work. mat
meeting, April 9, all members are

asked to bring a fifty cent lotery

ticket as a special and entertaining

way to make money tor thesorori
ty. T ..'
Work and plans are being con continued
tinued continued on the Founder's Day Ban

quet to be held April 29 and will
be attended by both Alpha Chap Chapter
ter Chapter members of the Pacific Side

and Beta Chapter members from
the Atlantic Side of the Canal Zone.
The annual election of officers

followed with the new officers for

1957-58 are president. Mrs. Marea

ret Capps, vice-president, Miss
Ruth Hoke, recording secretary,
Mrs. Fern Morse, corresponding
secretary. Mrs. Mary Eillen Wil

son, treasurer, Mrs. Eleanor Holm-

berg and sponsor, Mrs. Ann Maio
ney.

Following the busuiness meeting
the cultural program was given by
Mrs. Fern Morse on "The Tools for
the Art of Life-Action" with gener

al discussion of the subject.

Members present were Mrs. Frei

da Allen, Mrs. Betty Boyer, Miss
Maragem Branhem, Mrs. Marga

ret Capps, Mrs. Evelyn Danley,

Mrs. Helen ueidinger, miss hum

Hoke, Mrs. Eleanor Holmberg,
Mrs. Ann Maloney. Mrs. Fern
Morse, and Mrs. Elaine Payne.
Refreshments were served by

hostess Mrs. Eleanor Holmberg at

whose home the meeting was held.

Siralo-Foriress
Explodes In Air
Killing 2 Crewmen
SK1ATOOK. Oklahoma, March

30 (UP) A B-52 strato-fortress
exploded in air yesterday, killing
two crewmen' and raining burning
wreckage over the countryside.
Two of the crew of four para parachuted
chuted parachuted to safetr and the others

went down with the plane. They

were pulled from the fuselage
and cockpit.

One of those parachuting, co-pi

lot Charles P. Craven 34. of Wi

chita, Kansas, suffered a fractur fractured
ed fractured skull and was believed in criti

cal condition. The other, techni technical
cal technical observer Earl C. Reed, 30, al also
so also of Wichita, was unhurt.

rne aeaa were 'inueuuncu as

Ross B. Patrick. S7 'the pilot,, of

Wichita, Kansas, and John W. Mc-

Cort, 82, navigator, from Mul-

vane. Kansas, near wicnua.

All four aboard the plane were
civilians from the Boeing aircraft

plant at Wichita. The plane was

on a test xugni.

Israeli-German
Relations Favored
By W. German

BONN. Germany. March SO

(UP) West German Socialist

ODDosition leader Erich Ollen

hauer today urged establishment

of diplomatic relations between

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Sp3 ROBERT ATWILL, Soldier of the" Month, bids farewell to
Mrs. Betty Webster, manager of Santa Clara Beach,! at the
end of a three days pass spent there. The three days pass
was a reward lor being chosen Soldier of the Month for the
First Battalion 20th Infantry.
(U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. BUI Muench)

Plan To Determine Presidential
Disability Runs Into' Opposition

the Bonn Republic and Israel.
Ollenhauer, who returned home
yesterday after a visit to Israel,
said a majority of the Israeli
people and Parliament favored
diplomatic relations with West
Germany.

our informal club for the late crowd
every FRIDAY and SATURDAY
from midnight to 4:30 a.m.

with

MUSIC by the CAROL GREAVES TRIO!
in the air-conditioned comfort of our BALBOA BAR
Nightcap on-the-houtt at 4:30 a.m.

CAROL also plays the piano in the Balhoa Bar
19 p.m. to 2 a.m. Sun.. Tues.. Wed. ti Than.

WASHINGTON. March 80 (UP)

An administration plan for
determining presidential disabil disability
ity disability ran into strong Democratic

and Republican opposition today

at a white House meeting Be

tween President Eisenhower and
House-Senate leaders.
Many of the, congressional lead leaders
ers leaders agreed that "something
should be done" but frowned on
the administration .approach.
Speaker Sam Ray burn (D-Tex)
opposed any change on grounds
"we've gotten along for 168
years."
Mr. Eisenhower suggested that
Congress consider a constitutional
amendment providing that the
cabinet decide by majority vote
whether a President was incapa incapable
ble incapable of performing his duties as
the result of a serious illness.
Either the cabinet or the vice
president could start the action,
but only the cabinet, members
could vote. This procedure would
be followed in the event the
President himself was incapable
of making the decision.
Study By Brownell j

in administration plan was

based on a study by Attorney

uenerai nerDeri iJrowneU Jr

who attended the meeting. He

will submit it to the House Judici

ary Committee Monay in the

Lenten Devotions
Al La' Boca Church
Well Allended

Devotional lenten services be

ing held at St. Peter's Church, La

Boca, continue to draw a laree

number of parishoners seeking

spiritual upiutment.

Layreaders assist In conductlne

these services by leading the Deni

tential office Monday and Wednes

day evenings at 7. and the litanv

;on Tuesday and Thursday eve eve-:
: eve-: nings. Stations of the Cross are

;held on Friday evenings by the

nev. jonn spear.
For tomorrow, the fourth Sun

day in lent, commonly called Re-

t . . i

lresnmeni or moinenng sunaay,

there will be choral Communion

at 10:30 a.m., with Father Spear

as ceiehrant and preacher.

Morning prayer and church

school will preceded the celebra

tion at 9,, and closing the day's

services will be-evening prayer at
7:30.

Mrs. Hurt Hurt
MINNEAPOLIS, Finn., March
30 (UP) Mrs. Frank Hurt Field
notice of a personal injury claim
against the city today.

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form of a constitutional amend'
ment.

Several of the congressional

leaders, including Senate GOP

Leader William F. Knowland
(Calif), leaned toward a plan
embodied in a bill sponsored by

Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (R-NY),

top Republican -member of the

House Judiciary committee.
It would create a 10-man "Pres "Presidential
idential "Presidential Inability Commission" to
determine when a President ho
longer could carry on his duties.
Members would be drawn from
the legislative, -executive, and
judicial branches. ,
Chairman Emanuel Celler ID-!
NY) of the House committee
suggested that the vice preSidtntj
alone be given the duty of deter

mining when tt -President Was
disabled. As- jn all ,th ,other
plans, the 'Vldepi'esldenf hvoul
perform, the presiijential duties
until such time as, the President
could resume them.
Rayburn See "Mess"
Rayburn opposed both the con constitutional
stitutional constitutional amendment and the

proposed new law. If the issue

is put before Congress, he said,
all sorts of alternate proposals
will be offered and "I don't know
what kind of a mess we would
come out with."
Aske if the White House plan
would be considered by the

House, lie replied: "Well, it won't

have much help out of me.

On the others hand, Knowland
thought there was a "general

feeling" among congressional

leaders that "something should
be done." Senate Democratic
Leader Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex)
said Mr. Eisenhower's views
would be igiven "respectful" and

White House Press Secretary

James C. Hagerty said the ad

ministration favored letting the

cabinet determine presidential

disability because cabinet mem
bers usually are in Washington.

Hagerty said. Mr.. Eisenhower

emphasized that the plan would
not apply to himself, only to

future Presidents.

Each notice for inclusion In this
column should ba submittae in
type-written form and mailod a
the boa number listed daily fn So So-ciil
ciil So-ciil anaV Otherwise," or deliveron1
stvhsid to the-office. Notices of
mcetings .cannor .beaeceptad by
telephone.

Pen Woman .To Moot
At Pete Johnson's

The Canal Zone Branch of the Na

tional League of American Pen
Women will meet at the Home of

Mrs. F. R. (Pete) Johnson, House

102, Balboa Heights Wednesday at

4:30 p.m..

Chiang Predicts

Fall Of Red Regime
Will Come This Year

TAIPEI, Formosa, March SO
(UP )Presidente Chiang Kai-shek
predicted today the Communist

regime in China .would' collapse

this year, paving the way for the
long-threatened Nationalist in invasion
vasion invasion othfe Red-held mainland.

Chiang. 60. said 1956 was a

"year of bankruptcy" for world
communism, as shown by the
Hungarian revolt and widespread
unrest in satellite states. He pre predicted
dicted predicted that 1957 would be the
Reds' "year of collapse."
."When the time comes," the
President told some 7,000 students
at a mass meeting here,' "I shall
lead you back to the mainland
in a powerful counter-attack to
deliver our fellow-countrymen

there from suffering."

Chiang spoke on the 46th anni

versary of the abortive Canton

revolt which set the stage for

China's 1911 revolution. Since

1944, China has observed the anni

versary as "National Youth

Day."

Pope Receives
Jap Envoy's Wife
WhoWas Converted
' VATICAN CITY, .March SO
(UP) Pope Phis XII today
received in private audience Mrs.
Kazuko Tsuruoka, "wife of the
Japanese minister to the Vatican,
who was converted from
Buddhism to. Roman Catholicism

on .Monday. ,

Smear Campaign
HACKENSACK,' N.J. March 30
(UP) Lawrence H. Pask, 32,
pleaded innocent today to a
charge of receiving 800 cases of
stolen lipstick.

Aerialisf Daughter
Of Famous Clown
Injured In Fall
PATERSON N.J. (UP) The
aeriallst daughter of famed circus
clown Felix Adler was seriously
injured yesterday when she fell

25 feet from a rope during a per

formance of the Pan American

Circus t the Paterson Armory.
The ; 19-year-old aeriallst Mrs.
Madeline Long O'Connor plunged
to the tanbark before a stunned
crowd of some 500 spectators. She
was rushed to Patersea General
Hospital.
A hospital spokesman- reported
Mrs. O'Connor was in"fair con condition"
dition" condition" early today. She had frac fractured
tured fractured both her wriste and her

k pelvis the spokesman said.

I. The pretty red-haired perform performer
er performer known professionally as Bub Bub-1
1 Bub-1 bles" planned to join the Ringling
Bros. Barnum a Bailey Circus at
; its opening in New Vrk Madison
Square Garden next Wednesday.
! Her father stayed at the armory
to make people laugh in his role
: as a clown in the "show must go
on" tradition. Mrs. Adler went to
the hospital with ber daughter.

Young Beauty Queen
Who Went AWOL
To Wed Is Missing
ST.PETERSBURG. Fla. (UP)-

A young beauty queen who went

AWOL from a national Contest to
get married was still missing to today,
day, today, her mother reported.
Mrs. A. J. Sarno said she has
not heard from her daughter.

Alice Thomas, 18, since she called

Monday to report her marriage.

The- attractive, ash-blonde left
last Saturday nieht with her hieh

school-.sweethearj. Ehilip Phipps.j

mso uo.: -ane was- scneauiea to iiy
to Washington Sunday to compete
in a beauty contest sponsored by
the National Press Photographers
Assn.
The counle. calling from a Bam

berg, S. C, drugstore, said they
had been married in Georgia and
were headed for Washington where

Alice would enter the beauty con
test as planned.

NPPA rules provide Tor single

contestants only, however. The

West Coast Photographers Assn.,
which sponsored her, "adopted"

the entry of the Miami photogra photographers
phers photographers as their new queen.
'I haven't heard a word from

her since Monday." Mrs. Sarno

said. "She hasn't any clothes ex-4

cept the beach clothes she had on
when she left. Alt her other

clothes are still here."
Phipps' father. W. Ross PhlDns.

said he was puzzled how the young
couple was able to travel and eat

with the little money they appar apparently
ently apparently had.

! M, 'kan mTi r n ans

If you drive someone In your

car in bad weather and It is bos-

slble to let her out before you

park. It Is thoughtful to do so.

Just because the driver has to

get wet or chilled is no reason
to inflict It on the guest, too.

"I'll let yon ont and men
park" ts an added bit of courte courtesy
sy courtesy that is sare to be appreciated.

New Asst. Navy
Secretary Named

WASHINGTON. March 30 CUP)
William B. Frsnke, new assist assistant
ant assistant secretary of Navy for financi financial
al financial management, was nominated
by President Eisenhower today to
be undersecretary of the Navy.
He will fill the vacancy caused
by the promotion of Thomas S.
Gates Jr. te Nary secretary.

IT'S HERE! 1
RODGERS-
HAMMER STEINS
OKLAHOMA!

RICHARD RODGERS

SI? OSCAR HAMVERSTE1H. H

FibTMkt in W

V

OnbmaScop

. TECHNICOLOR mmm
OPENING APRIL 2
CENTRAL

"OKLAHOMA"! A Musical Love Story,
Big As All Outdoors :

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. & tX'& v & MwJ

SINGING I CAINT SAT NO." Ado Annie andT Will

Parker plant S peck on each ether in Rodgers & Hammer Hammer-stein's
stein's Hammer-stein's musical xtravaganza "Oklahoma!", filmed in Cine Cinemascope
mascope Cinemascope in the great American West and starring Shirley
Jones, Gordon MacRae and Rod Stelger. Opening Tuesday,
April 2nd at the Central Theatre. v

DESTILADORA NACIONAL, S. A.

r

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'.'V''. -2.

ft'AYI

(ii s.

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proudly announcat
THE WINNERS OF ITS FIFTH
ANNUAL BARTENDER?
CONTEST
held on Fridayr March 29,
at the EL RANCHO Garden

-Yves Errina

-ort; Amador Offleers Club

--j-Ashton Kichardson.
Seven Seas Officers Clilb, Rodman

Enos Maitland

El Panama Bar at Tocumen
Wallace Crook
Panama Golf dub rt t
Sherwin Johnson
-r-Fort Gullck.NCO Club

Desliladora Nacional, 5. A.
The Womack American Whiskey Co

Tel. 3-1791

PANAMA

Apartado 54

HOUSEHOLD
EXCHANGE
Has Just Received ...

Beautiful Wrought Iron Living Room Suites.

Lovely Wicker and
Wrought Iron
'Porch Sets.'

Wrought Iron Dining
Room Set.

P ALSO:
Modern mahogany chests of drarwers. Bunk beds.
, Porch chairs. Rockers, Folding beds.
At the LOWEST PRICES In Town
. .. TERMS TO SUIT YOUR
' CONVENIENCE J
,. r-- - And'-' "
TERRIFIC DISCOUNTS For cash, Salea.
, Wa Buy, Sell and Trade Furniture. ;
National Ave. 41 Tels. 3-4911 3-734S



pATCTUUT, MARCH SO, 195T

TBX PANAMA AMERICAN AIT OfDEFENUFNT DAHT ICEWKFAWB
FAGR im

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Unitarian
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Bldg. Ml
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tut uviutltw
mum
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aaw.as!
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9'lr.:'A: 2&
flayer 'Meeting
T Each Wednesday
.. mob.
. Wgar tSdST........ MtfOajB-
first aVaftun chubcs.
Belbealliii. C Z
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Onw: Balboa Hal
Bhi-M aalhna ITS?
WUUam M, Bethy. rM
liundae
BCBOOl ..'.. 00 BJJe
I Worship 10: ejn
Training Onion .... JO bjb
Momlna Worship
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11
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Saw aJaV
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t uurr Amsf chiibch
alaraariia Avanua at itb StraM
TTlaViar.ta, Canal Zona
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1-M pjn.
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0laa4)aaariaatlaaal SwUfSt
tH rAciric sms
AMAlaA C1T
CapUla Mra. B. Oraaa
Fabruar Straat, Pbona! U-100M
'11 ;w awinai mcua
M fcuaday School.
l;J9ShraU
paataaaat raaay CaatabaD
iuUdin4 Ma. 100, Phonal MKI
'11:09 iloUaaai Mtatlng.
10 luadar Sehoal.
M Salvatloa aiaatta.
fABAiHO, CX
Baray A aba C l Maaalay
wiiapa Sutat i
. alot Suaday SeboaL
H:o HUnaa Martina.
at fcinday SchooL
. l;ijt aalyatlaB UaatiBft
VCaytaia Syaun Taytat .
UiOa ifokaaaa Maotlna.
OOLqm -Yhixi street
. f 'JO Salvatloa MoaUnj.
LAJJTBOW CTjTt CX
EarayaVGUL
c Kitai and Jamaica Strati
1:09 finday SchoaL
T40 SalvaU
IXMXIN CLNTRA1.
Aflat favL and Mn C
fata Strati. Pbona: U-7U.
Union Churchss
JsWy. I
U.-ftl WarahlB Sarvtca.
5:41 B-m. St. Youth rotlo ahta.
tl pja. Jg. Tauth FaUaahb
ARCARITA
Tht tun. Mot .
rovm 1 IX,
a.tai
TBB PACtnC sms
flxaOA
T Tfca
i tUlDsa a. at Saa Pablo at.
Paona sVlstt Omsmsi rwfta auaata
t Jt Chwreb School Fraa bua aarriaa.
r. ai ijm a aaaa uisua,
afsaf Ikonhta Sat )co Tha lit
laHoa gar Nursa mdaraartaa
i Primary aad Junior Daota.
- ajMsrca-aoM aursorv ta
at Junior-Hi g Faliowam.
4 at PasMllib FaUo-jrahm,
IM aniar-biab it-riEb

ajWa aS rmmaan aaaaaaao Ha
aah' la maitiia. Sbarty la aaa.
ami Bali aaa abarSty ta aS aaaai

iaatay labaoL

aawaary. -4J4
Yoata naiaaibj

k.fO0A

Wy. Walks SL AMartaa.
i y-4'a aaa.! i
May
.1 M aaa. Sunday Sebaol
i" aa ojbv atorna
Offldal tMMtinga
It 44 ojb. Mornlaf Worship.
.aaa tm day saa-
Mcthodist
A MaTMUIMSI Callll
v. Wi liaaa a.
City
.' tat aaa. Ktamira trtm aad
I t pja. Swaay aVaal
( 1.11 ajat ...' it P-ra'as and
; IKl'TT aiSTPQDtBl

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V a aav aattaj Sarysaa aaa Rabj "1 RodHaa- Rovaaar la) aa. a
j, Fttasy
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ISTHAfllANi'CHURCHNOnC

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a .ffcaafa, frkmai M atraKawrt. ,
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- UMtoc rati4 tt9fli Haw i9 tlflM 09MMlMiHai9 iMnrfaf
MriNwhn Mynaww ara awM aaaw "0Hm ChanMi AM
aVnrkaa." A laaalal liatiat a ImImM fat lawlm a Ana aaata.
Alt fft aaiaa aa4 Naval antltaa, r
AUaMaia. (hutca aacfatariaa M akaptaiM aakaa1 H iafarai
, Hia aawa 4atk w vrMaa by Wadaaaiar aaM at tfca lataat at aar
caanatt far Hm aaaalaf Sataraair'a caarch aaaa. r

KBKNISZKM MtTHOUUSl UHUUt
' Ratabe- Ctt. CS
Bamua. Waldan. lllnMai
aiiiirfa Bajaleaa a ajs. and :! DJM
ajBdaySenool tor all ago P-
Taw iantaoati T vvaiRBip. vvaiRBip.-fuanliiv
fuanliiv vvaiRBip.-fuanliiv f am Piavai Vtatln
Christian Scientist:
dnt Church at Christ. 8ewttat, Aaaat
auooay I1-00; Wadnawia eaa
, Ultt $traal Bolivai HlaDwav
kiwiki. tmri a4n ajai
nar U:M ajn. Waan lay t0 Ma.
Cftthslic
' : aim nmBI aalhaa
iBiirTt" isoo. UiOt aaa
u:uw
Holy Day WHatai l iOT, U axn
' CorJ-W; Saturday. 4 ib
lid a:ov PJ -.. ...
Contaaafonts aturday.
..j na fi-nA ul TBunda. aaar
rint Friday: 7:00 to 1:00 pjn.
atiraculoua Uadal Novaoa: I pa
auga aenoai aw "T w,
waanaaaay,;
turtun .HKAXT- Aaroa
Conleislehai aturd.y 30 lo 0 d
7fl to a.-00 jd Thviraday bafora wmi
Vrldaya.
CatachiM OaMt 101 ta M A. B
Tauraday.
r r'. V '
OH LAOl Or fATIBA-Cania
Sunday May at a.m.
fia Maaa t lafl n.m
Coniaatlow: CO ta :tt pjn. on Sat-
Cataenian I awnraa aw
Sunday vtaasaa at 7.-00 and l:Ii aja.
HolyDay Max at:00 .m.
Conleuiona: Saturday 130 to 4 JO and
too to Taa V .m
Cataenism buua aunoaj aiw w
Jairacuioua aiaoaj noTua i
Convai? lntructl(nal Thursday 10
ST. nNCKNTTN-Faaa-i City
Sunday alassea: aw ana a.nv
Holy Day Maa-a; .130
(It It falla on Satiirday tha Maaua ari
l;00 and 140 aj.
Confowlona: Saturday 1:00 to 1:00 and
7KK to 1.-00 a-na. TBuraaaya onara iri
Friday 7:10 p.m. ,r .
Mlraculout MedaJ'TNoVana aad Sta Sta-Uont
Uont Sta-Uont of tho Croaat Friday Tflt p.ra.
Catochkm Claaai. Af)a 1 JO awao aa
""cOTvart CUaat Saa aja. Tnatday and
Thursday.
ST. THERHSA'8 CacaB
Holy Day Maaa: 4:00 JUa. IB II falto
on Saturday 10 a,ro.).
Catacntam waaa aw
af onday. ;
Coiuomona: aw w aw w amuay.
st. jobn BArrnT m la salu
ParaM tatayra
Unua; a10 and IK ajn.
wl-TDava Maaa: (30 Moa, Thura.,
FrL and SatT Flrat Frklaymaai: aJj.
Hnlv iiay aaaaaaai aw
rnMn: 1 JO ta 4J0 and IM to
1:00 pjn. an Saturday.
MlracXoua Modal tfoytMi Maay 1J0
Cataeblaai Class? 1 90 p nv aa Sunday
at. TfUaUtSrS-LO Baaa
Cotrvart Class: Monday 730 aaa.
Sunday Mass: T.-00 aja.
Holy Day Masai I JO P P-Craaslona:
Craaslona: P-Craaslona: Saturday! JO ta. f J pA
Thursday bafora First t .Friday 43 pjn..
Cataenism -sjiaasi . p w
Saerad Haart Norana: 70 p.av on
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPHa-CoMa
Sunday Maaaaa: 1:41.
Holy Bay aiaa
cWesnbns: Saturday 4:04. a l and
7:00 to ao pra.
Miraculous Modal HattMt
a:ia ana iw p-n-
Sacred Heart Novena: Friday 1 al tat,
Bunday Evening Services 70 B-aa.
Convert daas: 7U1 PJB. oa MoPdayi
id Thursdsya.
Cataehlam Class: Sunday lt:ll aia. la
l: ajn. 10 pjn. ta 40 pm.
First FHday-EjrpoattioB of Most RhJSt.
I Saeramant ail day. Roposltioa at 130
ajn. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions ta e laoy
of Fattma Tho Holy Roaary-4 0 e ra.
rim Cainimiriloa Inttruetiona for ehil-
drcn Moedaya aad Thuradaya 40 It
70 BJB. .
rntACULOn tTEDAU Clhlehat
Sunday Mtssas: 10. 1 t and It 34 am
Holy Day Maaaaa: 44. o 30 aaa. and
IUS p.m.
Coulee one: Saturday 40 to 10 and
Tt ta aa p.o aftar oaary aaaa a
Mtraeuloua Medal Rrtsnoi 101 (
n m. oa atflaHtay.
CatirlilM Claaai Aftar 14 Maaa aa
Sunday:
First Friday sbcpsarUoa aR day durtng
fbe School Year.
Flrat Saturday I Mass at Sa aav
M.Y FAMILY CXV9CB
Sunday Maaaas: T3t. B3e 11 JO la
First Satorday Maaal ... .. 44 aja
Weekday Hi ail I -04 BJB
Sewdey ... 70 PJa. ta fat pja
Mlraculeua Medal Novena 70 aja
Holy Day Masses: T Jt aja. 1:11 pas.
Cenfaasiuti ... I94B BJa. ta 4)44 Baa.
very Monday.
Perish Family Tseaary aad
Berwdlettaa M If SO Bvat
4jvajs W sjf4ry4nrfrT.
DtortMBlan tnitay
mw9i f lnrpdy.
list. gTrMay Oi?piptSt3fi(
1st, Saturday Drrotssna
fa
Hoty Day
m.
Confssalftra; 44 ta I at i
t BLia Samiday.-
uucmai Class: to-oi a am.

aa auadvr

ki Mm

ft fM af
9
Holy Bay Haatt IM bjk.
Canianloaai SJt ta I0 .ab m Sat-
Cataehlam Claw 4M o.a tm Monday
Sunday ataaaaai T KM and 144 a m
Holy Day Haaaaii M ajn. and Saw
.S?tfl,M.,,,,fa,?."t aja. and
spunia or appouiunam.
Miraaulaua Ifadal Wnnaaii ta
an Tuesday.
. Saerad Htart Novanai 1M pm an
Sunday Mchnol; fl-ln .. b.m.
Ralljrious Instruction Claaa for Chli
am: 4:00 bjm. en Tauraday.
Hallaioiia InatniASlMi m aiJnlM jm.
w aDanunii ihih bi aa aiM
Caavart biatriietlono ay aaaalntaaani.
Episccpil
Tat Bt Ray. R. Habai Gmb. m.t.O,
Tht Vary Ray.' Mah-arl J. Pttataaa.
S.TJS. Poaa
AMCON, CX
THjt CATHEDRAL OF ST. LCKR
SUNDAYS
7 JO ajn Holy CammunlasL
1:10 aa Santa Communion (itb Sun
cay j.
t JO a m. Chureb Sdmai
1:41 jn. laeuala bamlalaal.
11 M aaa. Momlna Prsvrr and ta
. noiy vommiinioa. Iflrat aua
IM in. ivanUtg pnyar and Sarman.
wmNxariAva
4 JO .iu Holy Communioa.
IM) Evening Pray sr.
HOt.T nva
4:01 aia 'Holy Conununloa.
1-M am Holy Communlaa.
DAILY
1:11 a as. Mornlna Pnn.
U.D0 Mlvda Missionary Prayan.
cocpu
Caarch of ft Aadraw
Tha Rav. William W. Baldwin.
avfMt a. ri...
SUNDAYS a-
Holy Communion
Family Prayar and
Church School
(Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Sunday each month)
tJO ajn.
f JO ajn
Morning Prayar Sermon 11.00 a.m.
uso jioty iommimion 1st.
Sunday aach month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion
... l.-ooa-m
COROSAL
Chapel of The Cood ShtahaN
Tht Rav. Clarance W. Ray as.
Pi last ta rhassa
FRIDAYS
1)00 a .as. Morntaf Prayar.
(H.C. first Friday aach Manth).
fSAMROA
.. .Be. rmJt
Tha Bay. John tpaar. Priast la Caaraa
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and' Sar
mon laia
Church School ,. 14 p.m.
Episcopal Youna Churchman 1.40 p. as.
Evcnaona and Sermon 9JMI b b.
MONDAYS. TUXSDAYA
and FRIDAYS
Morning Pray at and Haly
Communion 140 avnv
Evening Prayar 0 a-
Woman's Auxiliary, and aad
4th Thursdsya ............ 7 JO B-m
WEDNESDAYS
S THURSDAYS
Soly Communion .........
orning Prayar ..........
7 aja.
:ta aaa.
svanina Ptaya ........... VHsl
SATURDXYS
Family Eueherisf 130 a.m.
ottica at campuna lt
LA BOCA
SI Patera ChaMh
Tht Bev. Jean Spas. Priest It Charge
SUNDAYS
IUN1
Morning Prayar and Church
School
Choral Eucharist and Say
111
14 JO i
.................
Evensong and AddVaaV?... .730 BJB.
trd MONDAYS
Woman'! Auxiliary ....... T 34 BJa.
110
TfiuBSOAia or rxABT salt
Holy Comnrunioa
00 aj
PALO seco
Chapel of tha Holy Comforter
Tea. L. R. SUrlay. priast la Charga
THURSDAYS
130 am. Holy Ccanrmmlon.
MARGARITA
Charch of St Margaret
Etpevd and Bra roe Blvd.
.The Ray. Jease K. Renew, R attar
SUNDAYS
. T JO a aa. Hoty Communioa
0:41 ajn. Church School
Jlt ojb. Morning Prayer
Last Sunday
Month. Haly Com-
THURSDAYS and HOLT DAYS
30 a.m. Holy Communion.
Chapel af On Savtear
WEDNESDAYS
I Jt ajn. Holy Communion,
PARAISO
Tha Rev. AHaa a Weatt
' Priest as Charro
Tha Roy. Davrd A. Oaaorae,
Vktar
SUNDAYS
0 aja. Choral
attWrMTTafll 4aw
0 Jt aaa, Intaat BapUam.
s ee n.ns. wfturrn Bcnooi
(held la Bulldlna 111)
Im pja. Youth FoDowtarB
t OS i as. Rvenmnr and AaMrem
Bad aad eth WEDNESDAYS
134 am Wamant Aaauiary M
i tar OuOd Maotauj.
PANAMA tm
B. Pawl Drank
rbo Pea. Lesiiasl R. Ban-toy.
The Irs Flta R. tlasB
SUNCAVV
at
-ta aas- tVatf Snrharat
ttt a as
ttaacr Hoty
7-ot Sim Saiaaa
tjstbim
TUESDAYS
IMia Bry
WED MS DAT 3
a-04 I as Plel
7 -OS bjb. Evening Prai-er
TBT7BSUATS AD FRIDAYS
I xt t at Hat
HOLY DAYS
sat a-aa, tsory

Mrs.

BY
(St
I sit is si
ClKB. A P.
fOnpostto HoMl Weshmetaa)
na Bay. sn
Tha av.
SUNDAYS
tot

I t aja. Merntne Praver.
Ott aja. Choral frx-hartat aad
It Jt ajav Church SrheeL

Itoeetat

nEDirESDATS
t at am. Part fia mile

I JO pjn. Adult Coiulrmatlea) CUwa,
- TtnnuinAva

l.-oa-fM. Rytnlng Prayar and Mtdita.
won.
FRIDAY
1:00 tJB. ChOdran't Euehariti,
. SATURDAY
10:00 a as. Junior Confirmatien CIsat,
TOO pw Conpliaa and Meditation.
. aUJNBOW Cm
. ChatUi of St. Mary, tha nrgta
. aaa aer. oaa apt
Priest ta Charge
SUNDA.S
Bung luehanat
Church School
tut
0:44 a4N.
7 Jt BMB)
TiMaaa.
avent-ny and
THURSDAYS.
....
Holy Communlaa, ........
: J RIO ABAIO
St. Chrutophac't Charea
. 10th Street Paro.ua Lafevro
' Tha Ray. Clareace W. Hayea,
" Priest ta Charge
Tht Ray. Clareace A. ta-w&,
SUNDAYS
a:00 ajn. Holy communion.
1:10 gum. Sunt Eucharist and aVrmaa.
10 J tm. Morning Prayar tad Church
1X40 noon Holy Baptlan.
4:30 Djn. Ivansona and Sarmoa.
MONDAYS .
vat PA. .is aaa art. woman- A tun
liarv. m
TTtVan ATB ."..'...'.
030 am, jaiat Dtughtart at tht
730 .m. Youth Faluwihla.
WEDNESDAYS
a:oa a.m. Hoit Communion.
1.-00 pjn. Evening Prayar and Rcllgloui
luiniciiaDB.
THTJHSDAYS
4:00 pro. Cirb friendly Society.
:00p.m. 1st and trd. Singletona.
30 ia Junior CormrmaUon Class.
Other Churches
CHURCH OF TBB NAZUUUNR
' Artcon. C.t. i
Minister: key. ilmer O. Neaoa
Rox M, Aaoon. CX Balboa MM
Sunday School ...........
Morning Worship .........
Youth Service ............
S .-45 ajn
30 a m
M Dm
f:Mpm
70 p.m
TJOpaa
enmi
ia
nu.o. Mmn ..........
Prayar Matting, Wad. .....
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama U Sard Street Raft
Rav. S. R. aaawa. Mlalatat
SUNDAY I
CMvma worsmp ana aja,
Sunday School .....(.... t:40 p.m
Sunday Masse 7. 1-M MM
Mtc aotuc avJ. Sunday tscnuoi at
MM M
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meeting Thursdsya at 730 B4B. and
Sundays at 40 pra. Win Memorial.
sua tuupva
CHTJRCH OP JESVS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAT SAINTS (Mermoa)
Sunday meetings In tha LDS Chapel
on Balboa Road.
Sunday School 10:00 s.m-
Saeramsnt Meeting 4:00 pjn.
Primary: Monday 1:30 p.m.
Selief Society; Tuesday... S30 am.
HA; Wednesday 7 JO pan.
Telephone Balboa 4U7,
Atlantic Hranflh
Building 100, Schoolhouse Road 'Getun,
Sunday SchooL Sunday .. M ....
Sacrament meetlne Sunday 11 t a m.
Priesthood meeting Wad... 430 p.m.
f. Wetoaeday ..... 1:30 pja.
Relief Socletv. aa inniHmMtl
Telephene. Ciatua 144 or Cristobal SWT.
CURUlUt fltOTBaTArTf CHURCTI
A tram uearted Caurca'
MlitoB K. Lddlg, Minister
Phone Kee. X.1.711S cn aina
day fool $00 am
(A class for every ago)
Meeyimg Worship 110 a.m.
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NEW YORK, Them who like to
take eracka at the pronunciation,
grammar, spelling; and ituff like
that there of Brooklyniteg had bet
ter tase s 100R at tea ease 01 Brooklyn-born
Adele Chriitoffen. And
men go jump in the Gowmug Can-
1. ,.
Mils Chriitoffen. now a rail-
dent of El Centra. Cal.. and an
Ensliih instructor at the Imperial
vauey i-ouege were, "reamed toe
need for a reference book for ipell ipell-ing
ing ipell-ing and division of words t$ at
would be more convenient and
quicker to use than a dictionary
and more comprehensive than
Gregg's "20,000 Words." This from
a native urooEiymie, mina you.
So what did thii daughter of the
Borough of Dem Bums do? She
compiled such a reference work
"A Word nimrf.n u,VI1.l.J hi.
Exposition Preia of 38 Fourth A A-venue
venue A-venue (Manhattan, not Brooklvnl.
This tome ontains gome 38,000 or-
wimaj suu .vvuusuai tciuts iu gou-
erii uie today, arranged for quick
reference for spelling and correct
oiviiion si tne ena ox wnuen lines.
Of course there miv be some
diehards who maintain that this
un-Brooklyneique behavior was oc
casioned by the fact that Misi
Chriitoffen left Brooklyn after at attending
tending attending Erasmus Hall High School.
(She got her "higher education" at
Columbia University and several
California univenitiei before be
coming s teacher of English, Span Spanish
ish Spanish snd commercial subjects).
But Brooklyniteg have a word for
every such character. In fact, in a
different sense, it's on page 87 of
Mils Chriitoffen' book. It's a four four-letter
letter four-letter word beginning with j snd
ending with k. The two middle let letters,
ters, letters, it must be admitted ruefully.
till rhvme in certain lectioni of
Brooklyn with oy.
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of Company A, which they earned by firing perfect 200 x 200
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Roberts' Strong 7-Hit
1ft"
if fort Against Chisox
arns Him Assignment

J; .. By FRED DOWN
P NEW YORK, March 30 (UP) Robin Roberts
; ready for his eighth straight opening day assign assign-.
. assign-. nt and a season that'll show whether he's still one
i baseball's super stars.

the powerful right-hander run double featured the Giants'

onstrated that Friday wnen winning tnree-run raiiy in un

cantt the first Philadelphia

iss' pitcher to go nine m m-s
s m-s en route to a 5-4 triumph
the Chicago white Sox. The

uS. xmance erased wnatever
w'::. there was that Roberts

ttyi get the Phillies' opening

a

r..3signment

each year

an honor he's

dating back to

:erts held the White Sox to

sixth Al Worthlngton stopped

the Orioles on three hits for five

innings.
Dale Lone and Lee Walls con

nected for eighth-inning: homers
off Steve Gromek as the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates rallied to beat the

Detroit Tigers, b-d. uanjc Foues
also homered for the Pirates
while Bill Tuttle, Frank Boiling
and Al Kaline connected for

r hits and was in trouble ine Tigers, a was me ngers
in the fourth inning when eighth one-run loss of the spring
ineles a walk and Sherman I and made their record six wins
T's'homer produced all their, and 11 defeats.
. Then Robin settled down

. uiPiriM onlv two hits Eciaie winceniiiK ana joe

through the last five Innings.

30-year-old Roberts is

ljer for a fast start to dem

aistrate that his 19-18 record

and 4.45 earned run average
last season was "just one of
those things." Roberts, a 20 20-game
game 20-game winner from 1950
through 1955, is aiming at 21
J ins the figure he needs to
iinthe 200-victory club.
winri. warker Birdie Teb-

Ibi-ts' No. 1 reclamation project.
a&6 went the distance yesterday

when he pitched the Cincinnati
RMlegs to a 7-2 decision .over
the, Washington Senators. Hack

ed who had a 3-13 mark with
th Chicago Cubs last season
fci who is expected to be a 15-

I Macko hit homers as the Chica-

over their Memphis farm hands
and the Kansas City Athletics
downed their Buffalo farm
club, 6-3, in other games.

1 1 i tie- winner for Cincinnati,

It I third Redleg pitcher to go
t rout.

a Milwaukee Braves made

Fastlich
League
FASTLICH FLASHES

It's a common thing to see a
magician pull a rabbit out of a
hat, but when a lock master of
Miraflores Locks can beat them
at their own game and make
them look like kindergarten kids,

5W 1 -"'y ip

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Editor:, CONRADO 8ARCEANT

J

ISTHMIAN SPORTS CARS Lined up at r!o Mar are some of the cars owned by members of the Isthmian Sports Car Club.
Among the cars represented in the photo are MG, jagear, Austin-Healey, Triumph Lea-Francis, Sunbeani,lalbot, and Porche.
Tomorrow the club schedules another rally, starting 10 .m. at the Goethals Memorial on the Balboa Prado. Each driver
will be given sealed directions to an unknown destination. His speed Is designated in the instructions, and he receives points
for maintaining this srjeed between checkpoints. Drivers are recommended to bring their lunch, a slide rule. and an accom-

nnnviriir nviirat.nr pinh mpmher irt anvone els' interested in sports cars are invited to take part in the rally. ; t:

It'Vven wins in their last eight -it is something

t i ;s wneni tney Deai uie ai. Mickey Kiernan pulled a team
I- s Cardinals, 6-1. Joe Adcock 0f Conejos (rabbits) out of a base-

itopea-a nomer ana single loiball cap five years ago, and he's
rTve in four runs. Chet Nichols been guning tnem out 0f holes,

aa-J Gene Conley combined to tie-ups and keeping them on the
liiiit the Cardinals to only three i run ever since.

fties.

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mm mm

CLASSIC TAVORITE Chlroke, the classy colorbearer f the
Stud Colon Boys, was sharper than ever this morning -during
a "blowout" for tomorrow's $7,500 added Francisco Arias. Fa Fa-redes
redes Fa-redes Classic. Wednesday morning Chiroke "picked up" a
pebble In his hoof but is completely recovered and expected
to go off the mutuels favorite tomorrow. Double Four Melen Melen-dez
dez Melen-dez and Jai Alai II are considered his top contenders.

, rfviie New York Yankees squar squar-'
' squar-' It: their "Spring World Series"

I'M. two 'games each with a 4-3

;vitor.y over the Brooklyn ooag ooag-ewi
ewi ooag-ewi Yogi Berra and BUI Skowron

.earn hit his first homer of the

I, s ir iid for the world champions

r .tie Duke Snider homered lor
t r Dodgers. Rookle Al Cicotte
t Bob Grim stopped the
E: cr attack with seven hits.
Herb Score and Cal McLish
p died two-hH ball that en en-'ipled
'ipled en-'ipled the Cleveland Indians to
Wat the Boston Red Sox, 7-1.
Ch co Carrasquel and Al Smith
homered for the Indians and
Ted Williams smashed a 400-
( footer off Score for his second
ro'ind-tripper of the spring.
f "e New York Giants clinched
t" "Cactus League" title when
th-y beat the Baltimore Orioles.

14-2 to make their SDrin? record

13-6,

Last year, he stopped for a
breathing spell but was back with
his rabbits on the nin'mt the be beginning
ginning beginning of this season. Shortly
after Kiernan came to Canal
Zone he became the coach of. a
team in Pedro Miguel, made up
of the fathers of many of the Fast Fast-lich
lich Fast-lich teenagers. Prior to this he
played baseball in his home
town. Jersey City, and all through
the Eastern States.
Kiernan loves baseball and
thinks every boy should have the
opportunity to learn to play the
game correctly.

INDIANAPOLIS (UP) Sam
Hanks runner-up in last year's
Indianapolis 500-mile auto race
has been nominated to drive a
new car in this year's race.
Hanks 41 was national champion
in 1953. and this year's race will

Rookie Ossle Virgil's two- mark his 12th "500."

Logart Licks Turner;
Meets Caspar Ortega
In 'Rubber Match'

Only Major ChangeM
By White Sox Is Manager

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Flame of The Islands"

CAMP BIEKD S:15 7:30

"CRIME AGAINST JOE"

By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK, March 30 (UP)
Welterweight contender Isaac Lo Logart,
gart, Logart, who licked Gil Turner again
last night, accepted a "rubber
match" with Mexican Gaspar Or Ortega
tega Ortega today reluctantly and condi

tionally.
Cuban Logart insisted that his
unanimous dtcision ovar Phila Philadelphia's
delphia's Philadelphia's Turnar in thair ratum
TV bout at Madison Squra Gar Gar-dan
dan Gar-dan had aarnad him a titla shot
with champion Carman Baailio.
"It was Ike's 12th win in his
last 13 fights," explained manager
Eddie Mafuz, "and we're offering
Basilio a guarantee of $50,000 for
a defense: but matchmaker Billy

Brown says Basuio isn't avauanie. w elJ

So. we'll accent a mira ranicn

I with Ortega with the understand

ing that the winner gets me Basi Basilio
lio Basilio shot."
In the two Ortece-Logart bouts

last year, each won a decision
Orteea is now ranked second a

mong welter contenders; Logart,

third.

Matchmaker Brown offered Lo-

eart either Ortega or 10th rank

ine Waltpr Rvar of Boston at a

place and date to be decided lat later."
er." later." But manager Mafux said,

"We're not the least bit interest

ed in Byars. What could we gam

hv fiphtine him?"

Logart, 23, weighed 147 1-4 to Tur

ner's 148 3-4 lor last nigni s inter interesting
esting interesting 10-rouDfier, which drew 2, 2,-800
800 2,-800 to pay $6,000 and was iy- last
fight-show at the Garden until Ju July
ly July 5
The Cuban' solid laft hooks at

Today Encanto J5 20
Ginger Rogers in
TEENAGE REBEL"
Elvlj Presley In
"LOVE ME TENDER"

Today IDEAL .20 .70
Red Skelton in
"Great Diammend Robbery"
John Wayne in
"THREE GODFATHERS"

close quarters were largely re responsible
sponsible responsible or his e-3-1, 4-5-1, 4-4
victory over 24-year-old Tumor.
Ike was favored at 4-1. In thair
previous bout, last Oct. 21, Lo Lo-aart
aart Lo-aart won: 5-4-1. 5-4-1, 4-4.

Both boys were sharper' last
nieht than in October and the

bout was a thriller fought at

verv fast pace. Turner forced the

action generally, but Logart's hard

er puncning particularly wun
his lifting left hooks "shovel
hooks" provided the margin of
victory.
There were no knockdowns but

Gil sliDDed twice to the canvas

once when wrestled down and
once when he missed a left hook.

Turner, whose 148 pounds was
his lowest in four years, fought so

that manager Georgie Katz

declared, "Gil won that bout eight
rounds to two, but the officials
didnt give him any credit for his
body punching. But he'll win that

title yet, I promise you."

'J

Cambridge Wins 1

Annual Boat Race
Over Oxford Crew

LONDON, March SO (UP)
Cambridge University eight eight-oared
oared eight-oared crew won the annual
classic boat race, against Ox Oxford
ford Oxford by an unofficial length
on the four mles 374 yards
river Thames coarse from Put Putney
ney Putney to Mortlake.

Sports Briefs

OKLAHOMA CITY VT) -San
Francisco University winner of
the NCAA basketball champion championship
ship championship in 1954 and 1955 today be

came the fourth team to accept
a berth in the Oklaroma City All-

i College Tournament here next De

cern oer i ne uons wno umsnea
third in this year's NCAA play playoffs
offs playoffs join Oklahoma City U, Idaho
State and Denver in the eight-

kteam tourney.

CAPI
2ev

TOLIO
20c.

UNGUARDED
MOMENT
- Also;
WALK THE
PROUD LAND

TIYOLI

35c

20c

ROCK, PRETTY
BABY!
- Also: -TOT
TIGER

CECILIA
Great Doable Program I
Jack PsJanre in
ATTACK
- Also:
Richard Widmark In
RUN FOR THE SUN

(tlO

15.

tee.

LOTTERY NIGIfrj

MAN IN THE VAULT
with BUI Campbell
- Also:
FIRST TRATTLINQ
SALESLADY .-.

VICTORIA
15c

CONGO KING
Chap. 1-3 Also:
TIGER TOODOO
- and -. '
CONGO Y ALLEY

(EDITORS NOTE: This is the
11th in a series on the 19.57 pros
pects of the major league clubs)
By LEO H. PETERSEN
TAMPA Fla. (UP)- The Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox have made only

one major cnange trom ine ciud

which finished third 12 games be

hind the pennant winning Yan

kees in 195$, They switched man

agers.

They fired Marty Marion and

brought in Al Lopez who had spe

cialized in finishing second with

the Cleveland Indians. That

change doesn't figure to make up
that 12-game difference unless
some of the leals the White Sox
are contemplating pan out.

Lopez and Vice Presidents John

Rigney and Chuck Comiskey are
trying to land a first baseman a

left banded hitting catcher and a

fourth starting pitcher.

The White Sox would like Roy

Sievers of the Senators ior first
base and Clint Courtney also of

Washington as the left handed

hitting catcher behind the No.

receiver Sherman Lollar. As for a

fourth starting pitcher the White
Sox haven't divulged whom they
ar ftr J''

ftronfl Down-Middle
With Lollar catching Luis Apar-

ricio at short scrappy Nellie Fox

at second and Lary Doby in cen

ter field the White Sox are strong
"down the middle." However

they are hurting at the corners
first and third base.

Unless they obtain Sievers Lo

pez will nave to choose between
the veteran Walt Dropo who hits

the long ball but not often enough;

and three rookies Norm Larker

Ron Jackson and Jim Marshall at

first.

At third Bubba Phillips who
did most of his playing for the
White Sox last season when he hit
.273 as an outfielder is getting the

nod over veteran Fred Hatfield

and bam &sposito an infield re

serve last year who can field but
not hit.

Flanking Doby in the outfield
will be Minnie Minoso in left and

Jim Rivera in right. Rivera how however
ever however is among those being offered
for bait in the proposed Washing Washington
ton Washington deal.
Rookie Jim Landis who hit .429
at Colorado Springs last season
and then was sent to Memc-his

where he had a batting average of
,r i. V i i i .

.aii naa ucen nuung me oau nara
and probably will stick along with
Dave Philley and the veteran Ron
Northey as outfield reserves.
Rookie Has Chance
Another rookie Earl Battey for formerly
merly formerly of Toronto could wind up

the No. 2 man to Lollar,if Chicago

aoesn i gei courmey.
For his pitching "big three" Lo

pez will have southpaws Billy
Pierce (20-9) and Jack Harshman

(15-11) and right hander Dick Don

ovan (12-10), The fourth ; pitching
spot is wide open with Bob JCee JCee-gan
gan JCee-gan (5-7) Jim -Wilson (13-14) and

Gerry Staley (8-3) the leading pos-

siDiUiegv

Dixie Howell once rated the
best relief pitcher in the league
but who slumped to a 5-6 record
last year and the 42-year-old Ellis

Kinder will lead the bullpen corps

with Paul LaPalme a southpaw

aiso a renef possibility.

Bonus pitcher' Jim Derrington

must pe Kept, otner pitching pos

sibilities are Jim McDonald and

joe uaniKe.

Post Position
KO'd Caliente

AGUA CALIENTE. Mex. (NEA)

The United States post' office
knocked out the Calient Win Winter
ter Winter Book on as fine a technical

ity as can be found,

For years, authorities tried to

stop Agua Caliente'a betting-by-mail
business on the., ground
that it is a game of chance. Ca-

liente's defense was simple
the selection of winners Is a

game of skill; quality deter,
mines results, not happenstance.
- The mailmen didn't give up.
They finally flattened th book's
business by noting that the
race is affected by Dost nosl-

. ttons, -which are drawn by lot

That's pure chance, to costal

authorities. '

Picxlne: winners before post
positions have been determined
is a lottery, they say, and that
ended Caliente'i American mail
business. -.- ... i

'Reserve Clause'
Issue Worrying
Big League Moguls
ORLANDO Fla. (UP) Big Big-league
league Big-league baseball players will tell
Commissioner Ford Frick next

week whether they-,r, going to
'back the reserve .clause" when

congress) starts to investigate the
diamond sport.
Player representatives Eddie
Yost of the Washington Senators
and Robin Roberts of the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Phillies disclosed Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night that the players are

cooperatnng with the owners" by

noiaing meetings to decide their
stand on the controversial reserve
clause in player contracts.
Several clubs already have held
player meetings and others were
scheduled to do so this weekend.

Mutual Of Omaha Wins
AtlanticXittle League, r
Baseball Championship
Mutual of Omaha won the summary l RBI's? Baran-

1957 v Atlantic Little LeazueMr.k. Wainlof. Hauser. O. Ltim.

cnampionanip by deieating tnei

Coco Solito Cubs 7 to l to make

a clean sweep of the series.

cnuck Bath pitched brilliant

ban, allowing" only one hit, to

bring the pennant home to a

team which finished In a tie for

third place in the first half with

a ff-4 record, and then went on

to walk away with the second

half winning nine and losing

omy one.

The Cubs could not hit behind

their runners and so they lost.

They had ; the ; opportunity in

four innings but were able to

score only once .'While : leaving

eigne men stranoeo on uie bases

In fact Heffner's- hard hit

ground ball to second base" was

their only hit of the game.

Mutual on the other hand hit

when the hits were needed. Aft

er going three up and three
down in the first two innings,
ana with two out in. (he third,
five men came to the Plate and

hit safely to produce five runs.

Reggie Lum singled to left

new, kuslv r ieia 10 center, ijua

Wainlo doubled to right and

Mike Burza doubled to left.

Chuck Bath bunted down the

first base line for the fifth hit

of the inning. In the fifth inning
the Omaha boys put across two
more runs when they bunched a
double by Field with singles by
Wainlo and Bath to complete
the game's scoring and put the
pennant flag in the bag.

The box score:

Coco Solito Cubs

Webber, c .. ....

Heffner, rf, lb

Villamarzo, p ....
Quinn, ss
Henriquez, 2b ,..

Kocft, 3b

Rainey. If

Baranick, cf

Jodlce, lb .
Kandrln, rf

Ab R
3 0

H Fo

Two base htls: Wainlo, Bursa,

iieia. stolen oases: (juinn; Hen Henriquez.
riquez. Henriquez. Left .on bases: Cubs g.
Mutual 3- Bases on balls Bath
5, Villamarzo 2. Strikeouts; Bath
6, Villamarzo 4. Earned runs:
Bath 1, Villamarzo s. Winning
pitcher;- Bath. Losing pitcher:
Villamarzo. Umpires: Cross,
Guest, Rinehart. Scorer: Bath.

Branca Finally
'Calls II Quils'

Totals

,25

1 15 S

Mutual Of Omaha

Lum, Reg. ss . . 3 1 1

Field, c ,32

Wainio, lb 3
Burza, 3b 3

Bath, p ....
Hauser, 2b ..
Sanders, rf
Rief, cf

Lum, Orl. If

Totals

.
1
S
fi
2
2
0
0
1
0

23 7 8 18 7

Score By Innings

Cubs 000 1001

Mutual 005 02x 7

By UNITED f RESS
.The dream. .that really aever
has been clear and bright ever
since Bobby Thomson hit "that
home run," has ended at last for
Ralph Branca.
The tall, husky righthander,
who has been-trying to make a
comeback as a pitcher with: tha
Brooklyn Dodgers, heeded the ad advice
vice advice of his wife today and retired

from the game at the age of 31

exacuy 10 years after be became
a 21-game winner and one of base baseball's
ball's baseball's top youngsters, '-'f
"I'm going to caU it uit Slid
Branca at Orlando. Fla, "IH
probably try the insurance busi

ness. ..' s "t

Thus appeared to end a base

ball career that will be remem- -bered
in the history of the gam

lor lust one pitcn tne one Bran

ca threw to Thomson of the New
York Giants in the final pennant
playoff game : of 1951.- Thomson-

blasted it for a three-run homer
to win the game and the pennant
for the Giants perhaps the moat
dramatic single blow in the his history
tory history of baseball.
Branca never 1 regained ha
heights t after that.- He left the
Dodgers for Detroit then the Van-

Kees men ini rauremen ana n n-nally
nally n-nally -ihia, last-eomebjtm
Brne was one of a-aiunbw t
nally this last' comeback, ,j
Branca was one of a number of
players lopped from big-league
rosters today as the teams strug struggled
gled struggled to reach the 28-man player
limit by the new opening day
deadline. , . , r
The Dodgera optioned right righthander
hander righthander Bob Darnell to Los An Angeles
geles Angeles while the Washington Sena Senators
tors Senators cut six men and the Kansas'
City A s were right behind with
five released. ; ;'

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Wins Baiting Title; Noel Gibson MVP In

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Atlantic

Twilight

League

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trbT tun FIWKW Brooks Lawrence, left, starts games

Jor the "CmcinnVti Reds and
II 11 I y H'V
'PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Second Half Standing
Lincoln Life
Elks 1414 .V
poller
Seymour Agency
Spur Cola
Gibraltar Life .
7
.700
8
3
4
4
31
.600
500
.445
.400
.333
Spur Cola 10, Lincoln "J
in the final meetibfwve,,e.n
these two teams, Spur Cola yes yes-ierdajr
ierdajr yes-ierdajr trounced the second half
winners by the score of 10 to 2.
SUrltton got tthe assign-
ment to stop the a,?J
he did; an outsUnding ; iota i to
mates pounded out Ji
the offerings of Max"' f
awM have met a better f ate if
Si TWttnig hero of the day
was Bobby 'Bowen, who closed
hS flrSS tittle League' season
wtth three- safeties. Spue Cola's
win prevented them from fin-
1SffiSSeffigbatUr,Lou
wfth an average6 of .639, Having
87 hits out of 67 times at bats.
Among these 37 hits were e g
roundtrlppers. ta.wMW
13 times ana had six doubles,
one thine Lou did not have was
that rari T hit in Little League,
namejy a triple.
, .: :;;
The lox score:
Spur Cl
Bowen ss
MlkulicH e
Zelnick lb
Albritton p
Mounts cf -Abernathy
Ab R
. 4 3
II
3
3
.........
3b
Walker 3b .
Whitney it
Arnold J. If
Arnold M- 2b
Hoenk'e .xf ..
Hele It,
Totals
30 10 7
Lincoln life
Engelke K. 3b i
Duran sa k
Beck lb "" t '
French xf ........
Engelke" L, ....."
joyner C. c. If
Kiamco If. c -v
Demina. 2D ,...;....;
Marti -p ....
ToUls.
23 2 .4
ARMED fOfcC ES
LITTtS LEAGUE i
CUtUNDO AND WEST BANK
TIED FOR SECOND HALF AS
REGULAR SEASON ENDS; FLAY
OFF COCOLI.
The two front runners remained
deadlocked after ,yV,,I,,Zl!
games.were completed as Curundu
whipped Caribbean Commartd 10 to
3 and West Bank downed Kobbe s
Little lifeliners 7 to 2. Both teams
ended the second half with wins
and 1 loss and at 4:30 on Monday
afternoon at Cocoli in a one game
play off the second half winner will
be derided. .
If Curundu win this game they
Thtn won the fiTst
champions, having won tne nm
ha f. If west Bana wrai n
a championship playoff, two out of
three games, will be pUyed to de
cide the cnampion snip.
There is ao doubt that Bob That
will send Wert Bank's southpaw,
Willie Peterson, to the mound on
Monday, hoping for a repeat per performance
formance performance of last Monday's calib caliber
er caliber and going afl out to cop this big
one.
TofiTPiala can send either Butch
Zent of Reich art to ry sod stop
thf onrushmg Wert Bankers out
-prora&iy lavor una.
a a chance 10 get revenge wr
Monday s Joss.
In any event either one of these
bort sre rapable of top flight
pitching performances and it is ex expected
pected expected that a large crowd of lit-1

Her,h Freeman fin.shes, Brtm

T .
tie league fans will be on hand
for this important came.
Yesterday's same between and
West Bank was well played. Jimmy

Won Lost Pct.iSraolka started for the Little Life-

liners and allowed seven runs, nine
hits, three walks, struck out four
while his teammates committed 8
errors
Jimmy Hamilton started (and
went all the way for the West Bank Bankers
ers Bankers allowing 2 runs, 5 bits,- three
walks, hit three batsmen as his
team mates committed only one
error, jimmy Dianxea tne Liienn Liienn-ers
ers Liienn-ers until the bottom of the sixth
when Arketsand Martello's singles
were followed by Rodger's double,
Banks grounded out second to
first,- Conner singled, Phillips was
safe on an error, Danny O'Brien
walked and Sullivan was retired
pitcher to first to end the came.
1 The play of this lnnins was Pe
iprson s mror irora centerfield to
tne plate toget Martello trying to
score. Other good defensive plays
were maae ny tne Lintors brothers.
Little George coming up with a
fine catch in the first and Pee Wee
Genie making .two beautiful stops
and Tifling throws to first in the
tnira ana fourth,
Offensively Willie Peterson, who
is on a rampage, had three for
tnrea as he batted in two mh
Jimmy Hamilton, also hitting like
mad, had two for three, Lima one
tor two as he batted m two runs,
Crofts one for one, Smolka, Arket,
Martello and Conner one for three
ana Koagers one for two.
On Monday afternoon the Little
Lifelihers beat Albrook five to one
as Diaz threw a one hitter into
the fifth when De Am hit safely
land Clayton scored Albrook's on-,
n iy run.
0 O'Brien, Arket and Jerry Banks
(reach had one for two 'oft Santell
I and the fans had the opportunity
q or seeing something of what next
year's LitUe Lifeliners infield will
look like as Danny Conner caueht
the game, Danny O'Brien was at
first,. Chuck Rodgers took wer t
the keystone sack, Jimmy Smolka
held down thehot corner and Jer
ry oanKs was at snon,
Maserati Mum
On Juan Fangio
In Mille Miglia J
MODENA, Italy : March 29
(UP) Maserati Auto Works of
Modena: refused today to dis discuss
cuss discuss unconfirmed report that
its number one driver Juan
LManuel Fangio of Argentina
would compete in the "MUle Mi"
glia" (1,000 mile) road classic
next May at the wheel of a 4,-500-cc
Maserati.
The Argentine world champ
was reported to have reversed
his earlier decision not to com compete
pete compete in the Mille Miglia after
his success In the Sebrlng, Flo,
12-hour race last weekend. -.
. No immediate confirmation or
denial of the rumors was given
by Maseratn, as both Fangio and
his manager Marcello Oiamber-
tone were not presently in Italy.
According to tne rumors. Fan-
elo reached an
agreement to
comDAte in the Mille Ml Ha dur
in talk, with Hello Ugolini.
Uunlt ohnlrnl minimr
However, a -number of racing
experts stressed that Fanglo had
.jr.. d te jh. um.
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Sports Briefs
WASHINGTON (V?) Orlando
Zolueta of Cuba has been named
t replace the injured. Paolo Rosi
of New York ss Joey Lopes' op opponent
ponent opponent In aJia-round bout at the
Capital Arena April 3. The bout
will be televised. -..-!
NEW YORK (UPV-Henrv No-

wak of Canithu has been named The second rame has been set
to the College ATI-Star team which for Balboa Stadium Wednesday
will tour the country with the Har-night and the third", tf necessa necessa-lemo
lemo necessa-lemo CUbetrtiers beginning at! ry, to be decided at a later date.
Madison Square Garden Sunday. 'More detail will follow.

Vs.

: All-Stars I
Tomorrovy
' FINAL STANDINGS
, ,u ; Scond Half
ATLANTIC TWILlGHT tEAGUE
Won Lest Fct.
PoweVla' j...... 7
3
.778
USS Jasper 6
C H. 8.- 3
CHS Alumni' 2
3
6
7
.663
.333
.222
THURSDAY'S RESULTS
US Jasper 7, CHS-Alumni J
Tomorrow's Game 4:30 p.m.
Powells vs All Star Selection
. By TREVOR SIMONS
Even thoueh.be went 0 for
in the final game of the season.
Alumni's center fielder Mike
Rock had enough of a lead on
runner-up Noej GiDson to cap
ture tni. 1957 batting- cnampion
ship in the Atlantic Twilight
League.
The combination outfielder
inflelder who has played excel
lent ball for the cellar club all
year wound up the season with
22 nits m 53 trips for a .413 av
erage, only 4 percentage points
above Noel Olbson whose .409
was next best. Louis Dedeaux
finished with .388 average for
tnira piace in tne batting race.
. The final game of the season
was won by jasper by a 7 to 3
count over the Alumni and serv
ed only to put Jasper one game
behind the winners in the final
standings and give the Alumni
undisputed possession or tne cel cellar
lar cellar rung. f
Powells To Play All-Star
Tomorrow 2:30 p.m.
Tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
p.m. the 1957; champions of the
Atlantic Twilight League, Pow Powells,
ells, Powells, will take on an all-atar sel
ection from the other? three
clubs In the league. A strone 12
man aggregation has been put
together. In an attempt to show
tne ians now poweiia. wno ran
roughshod over the league with
oniy two losses an. year and
those in the second half, will
fare, against tougher competi
tion.
The combined batting average
of the AH star team, is JOB as
compared to Powells' .320 team
average. The All-Stars have
five men on thei rataff hitting
.300 or better. They are, league
leader Rock .413, Bill Sanders
from USS Jasper who hit .409
but was not eligible for tb hat hatting
ting hatting race because he had only 44
times at bat, Ray Croft, No. 4
hitter In the league, .344 and
Bob Orvis of Alumni and Jim
Mann of USS Jasper, both; of
whom finished the season with
a respectable .328 batting aver average.
age. average. .. v.v
Jim O'Donel, manager of the
runner-up Jasper team, has
been selected to manage the All All-Stars
Stars All-Stars wit h the other two man managers,
agers, managers, Luke Palumbo of Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High and Bill Hughes of the
Alumni as coaches.
Gibson' Voted MVP Of Learn
The Powells team will field A
strong hitting; .320 xlub against
the All-Stars tomorrow- after
noon at Mi Hope Stadium. A A-mong
mong A-mong them are the two players
that drew the most votes for the
Most Valuable Player award! Of
tne 10 votes cast lor the honor.
Gibson had four, Louis Dedeaux
had three, Mike Rock, two, Jim
Mann one and Ray Croft honor
able, mention. f
The champions have seven
players In the charmed circle of
.300 mtters. Their explosive line line-ud
ud line-ud Includes Gibson (409) De
deaux (.388) Xes Rlneb.art. wh9
was pacinr the loop np to the
ena oi tne iirn nan wnen a lea-
injury sidetracked him 'and fin
ished the season with only 34
times at bat and a .471 average,
Swearlngen 1 (304). Hall (405)
and Sapp (.349). -;V
At this writing Gibson was un uncertain
certain uncertain as to who -will be his
starting pitcher for "tomorrows
game. Gibson himself, whose 11
wins and 2 losses was a big fac factor
tor factor In the MVP award, will more
than likely not- go more than
two or three innings as Powells
have scheduled a three-game sc.
xVlll gh t IT.
macule 1 WUlglll i-CSTU.
nes with Lucky Strike of the
The series begins at Mt. Hope
Monday night and Gibson will
surely be starting In that big
one. Armando Lung, who came
to the champs late in the season
and won two impressive victo victories,
ries, victories, will take most of the load
in tomorrow afternoon's game
against the All-Star team.
Mors Detail To Follow On
- IstbaaUa Play-Off
The playoffs between Lucky
Strlk of -the pacific Twilight
League and Powells wul "begin
with the first game to be played
at UL Hope on Monday rugst

Two ;New Interscholastic
Trade: And Field Records
Set in Tfiahguljare'et

. Times", 'distances,, and heights
were generally good as the three
school .; interscholastic league
held their annual triangular
track and field meet at Balboa
Stadium last night'. Two new
interscholastic -records where
sH, and' counting the doubles,
four 'new meet standards were
run into the books.
Bill Holt, Balboa High's amaz amazing
ing amazing find in the 880, "Tan a terri terrific
fic terrific race, to completely outstrip
the field When he took the 2 lap
event In record time of 2:06 9.
This is, a -s new Interscholastic
mark and a new meet record.
Charlie Morris, J.C. shot putter,
accounted for the other inter interscholastic
scholastic interscholastic record .with a heave
of 51 ft. 6 in. Morris has a bet better
ter better toss of 51 ft lQ'i in. up for
record, however, so this kind of
takes the shine oil Fridays
work for the big boy. However,
it will go as a meet record.
The other meet records were
set by Bin Gibson of cristoDai
with a 16.0 high hurdle race,
while Dan wlnklosky rah off
and left the pack to post a 53.4
time m tne 440.
Iii addition to his hurdle win,
Gibson took the discus with a
good distance of 138 ft. 8V2 in,
to become one of two double
winners for the night. Charlie
Detore, Gibson's teammate on
the Tiger track team, won both
the low hurdles and board jump.
Balboa High walked off with
most of the places In the meet
taking 27 places out of a possi possible
ble possible 52. Seven of these were blue
ribbons and the rest were in the
three places. Cristobal was good
for 5 firsts, and Junior College
latched on to a couple. No team
score Is kept In this meet.
From the Individual competi
tion point of view the best races
were probably the two hurdle
events and mile. Dick Williams,
Cristobal's heralded mller, seem seemed
ed seemed hesitant to get out And run
so lie ana Able Lagassie irom
BH3 waltzed around for S lam
and then thundered Into the
tape like a couple of sprinters.
Williams outsprlnted the lanky
BH Jad zor jt good9 yard win.
His time was a disappointing
5:14.4 for both of these boys
have run much faster than this,
and both will have to next Fri
day if they hope for places In
the Balboa Relays..
In the high hurdles, Bill Gib
son got a foot lead on Bob
Toothman of Balboa right at the
start and held down to tne wire.
It was a real race all the way,
both boys looking good, and both
seemed capable of even faster
time. Danny Mescall, defending
Relays high hurdlerxwas one of
the Judges, and he seemed to re realize
alize realize that he was going to have
to get out and go to stay ahead
of these two high split lads In
the Relays next Friday.
Raul Barbara ran the best low
hurdle race of his life, but lie
was still edged out by inches as
Charlie Detore of the Tirers
won In the good time of 21.5.
Barbara lost his race over the
barriers themselves, for he was
obviously faster between hur hurdles,
dles, hurdles, but Detore was too slick for!
him all told. Both boys are going
to be right in there on April 5,
but just off hand it looks like
ther are at least three military
hurdles who can beat them. Al
Guidet and Mescall from Al
brook. Vic Jsnkovlch of the Ar
my pacific should outdo these I
lads, which gives one Indication

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of the caliber competition there
is going to be In. the Relays.
1 Aside from Morris m the shot,
and Gibson in the discus, the
field events didn't show that the
school boys ? are going to be
much- of a threat next Friday.
Bill Halvosa, BHS pole vaultef,
didn't even place, which is. a big
blow to the hopes of the Bull Bulldogs,
dogs, Bulldogs, and it is very doubtful If
Kenny Fulleton's 10-4 will hold
up for even a third in the Re Relays.
lays. Relays. Coach John Pettingill surpris surprised
ed surprised everyone, particularly Al Gui Guidet,
det, Guidet, coach of the Albrook Fly Flyers,
ers, Flyers, when he put a mile relay
team on the track that posted
a darn fine time of 3:40.6. Gui Guidet
det Guidet almost dropped his teeth
when he saw this,-for he had
been counting the mile relay as
a sure thing for the Flyers in
the Balboa Relays. This is the

best time run this year locally,
and. stamped the foursome of
Abel Lagassie,' ; Ernesto Sharp,
Dan ; Wlnklosky, and Charlie
French as.xhe.team to beat on
April 5.
Tickets for the Balboa Relays
go on sale Monday night at ei
ther the Balboa or Diablo Serv
ice centers, where members of
the Balboa, High School Letter Letter-men's
men's Letter-men's Club will be selling them
Fans would void a stand in the
line by getting their ducets 'a
head of time. Adults tickets sell
for 50 centsKJ;:and the students
with the s. A. cards are admitted
free of charge, ... ,..
The risultSi '"
High Hurdles: 1. Gibson (C),
2. Toothman (B), 3. Rlchter (J),
4. Halvosa (B). Time: 16.0 (new
meet record). ;
100 yds: 1. French (B). 2. Bar Barbara
bara Barbara (B), 3. Humphreys CO, 4.
Eaton (C). Time: 16.4.
High Jump: 1. Quesada (J), 2.
Leves (B) and Barbier (B) tied,
4 Toothman (B) Height;, 5 ft. 6
in.
Mile: 1. Williams (C), 2. La
gassie (B), 3. Sanders (C), 4.
Feeney (B). Time: 5:14.4. v
Shot Put: 1. Morris (J),, 2.
Fearon (BH ;3. Hfxglns J). 4.
More B) Distance: 61 ft. 634 in.
(new meet record and new m
terscholastic record, but Morris
has a 51 ft. 10z in. mark up lor
approval).
440 yds: l. Wlnklosky (B), 2.
Rankin (C). 3. Ray bourne (J),
4. Sharp (B) .Time: 534 (new
meet record).
440 Relay: 1. BHS (Rivera,
Trwoer, Sutherland, More) 2.
CHS Time: 47.0.
Low Hurdles: 1. Detore (C), 2.
Barbara (B), 3. Leves (B), 4.
Brakins (C). Time: 2:06.9. (new
meet record and new Interscho
lastic Record).
220 yds: 1. Toothman (B), 2.
Fogel (J), 3. Sutherland (B), 4.
Sasso (C). Time: 243-
Mile Relay: 1. BHS (Lagassie,
Sharp, Wlnklosky, French), 2-
CHS Time: 3:40.6.
Pole Vault: 1. Fulleton (B), 2.
Galloway (B) and Corrtgan (B)
tied. Height: 10 ft. 4 in.
Broad jump:'i. Detore to, 2.
Toussleh (B), 3. Barvler (B). 4.
Kulig (C) Distance: 18 ft. l'i in.
Discus: 1. Gibson tc, 2. More
(B). 3. Fulton (J), 4. Higgins (J)
Distance: 138 ft. 8i in.
First places: BHS 7: CHS 5:
JC 2.
Second Places; BHS 9; CHS 3;
JC 2'
Third Places: BHS 5; CHS 3;
JC 4.
Fourth Places: BHS 5; CHS 4;
JC 2.
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Campanella Vows

To Make Doublers
'Eaf Their Words'
- By LEO H. PETERSEN
ORLANDO, Fla. (UP) Hoy
Camnanella looked it his rieht
hand today and vowed he would
make those who said he was
through "eat their words.
"Why wan, I've never felt bet
ter and my hand isn't giving me
any trouble at tall. the stocky
Brooklyn catcher said. ."If 1 don't
get hurt, I'm sure I'll have a good
year,"' . i;; w
That, right hand bothered him
all of last season. He couldn't
grip a bat properly and wound up
hitting only .219. But he knocked
in 73 runs and hit 29 homers,
vhand would have to be operated
He knew last June that the
on to remove four bone chips from
the thumb. But when the doctors
told him the operation would side sideline
line sideline him' for the season, he decid
ed to keep on playing. He had the
chips removed last November aft-
jm" tne Dodgers returned, irom
their Far East tour.
'There hasn't been any. pain at
all," Campanella said. "I haven't
been hitting this spring.. but I'm
not worried. I can grip the bat
properly now and as soon as I get
my timing fixed, I'll be ready."
: campanella, wno win oe as in
November, said he felt like "I can
go- on forever. Those people who
think I'm reaching the- eai of the
road are badly mistaken. And I'll
prove It if I can avoid injuries."
Amador To Honor
Trooper Baseball
Team With Party
The Fort Amador Service Club
will sponsor a beach party on A A-pril
pril A-pril 1, in honor, of the "Troopers"
baseball team for their outstand outstanding
ing outstanding performance during the 1957
baseball season.
The party will he held at the A A-mador
mador A-mador Beach Club starting at 5:00.
All enlisted men and their guests
are invited to attend.
On Saturday, March 29, the serv service
ice service club is promoting a "United
Nations" tour. The tour will in
clude visits to various embassies in
'Panama as well as other cites of
interest. A bus will leave the serv service
ice service club at 1 p.m. Those planning
to take the tour are requested to
sign the sign out sheet in the serv service
ice service club office.

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First Annua I Crista ba I
Track And Field Night

Judged Complete Succes

By TRiVOR SIMONS
The enthusiasm of the all the
contestants, Elementary, Jr. High,
High School and outsiders alike
and the huge crowd that attended
the first in what is 'scheduled to
be an annual track and field night
at Cristobal attested to the com
plete success of last Wednesday
night's venture by coach Paul
Moser. The public which includ included
ed included mdst of the parents, lent their
whole-hearted support to the show
and applauded each and every
victory.
The Marine Corps had a team
entered in the 440 yard relay and
the medley relay. The latter the
lost to Cristobal's speedy 440 re relay
lay relay team of Gibson, Humphrey,
Eaton and Rankin. But the Ma Marine
rine Marine showed plenty of class to in
capturing the Medley relay in 4. 4.-05.2.
05.2. 4.-05.2. In other ooen events for Hich
School and outside competition,
Tucker, unattached tossed the
shot-put 50 -3-Vi for a first place.
Munoz, also unattached, had a
second place toss of 39-0 while
Cristobal's Lamoin Werlein took
third place throwing the shot 38
feet. Billy Gibson continued his
superiority with the discus by tak taking
ing taking a first in that event with a 140'
8" throw.
Tucker nosed out, Gibson in the
100 yard high hurdles, both run
ners finishing so close together
their time could hardly be separat
ed from 13.6. Detore was winner
in the 180-yard low hurdles, nego
tiating the distance In 2Z.8j
The track and field night was
so well received by the Public
that, following the events, Paul
Moser announced more elaborate
plans for next year's 2nd. annual
Cristobal Track and Field, night,
with awards for the winner and
colorful presentation ceremonies
that should make this affair some
thing to look forward to each
year.
COMPLETE! RESULTS
440-Yard Relay (Open) C.H.S.
48.5 Marines 49.9
100-Yard Dash (Elementary)
Paton (Gold Team) 14.2 Smith
(Blue Team) Webber (Gold)
100-Yard Dash (Jr. High) Borse-
llino 12.0 Cark, Woodruff
100-Yard High- Hurdles (Open)
Tucker 13.6 Gibson
75-Yard Dash (Elementary)
Brooks (Blue) Alberga (Gold) Pe Peterson
terson Peterson (Gold)
75-Yard Dash (Jr. High) Irving
9.6 Bowers Clark

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50 Yard Dash (Elementary
(Girls) Hawthorne (8.3) Seaman,
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Patton (Gold) 1:11.2 Jongloed, 4
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180 Yard Low Hurdles (Open) 1
Detore 22.8 Hall
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440 Yard Relay (Jr. High)
Blue Team 52.7 Gold Team
Medley Relay (Open) Marines
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Shot-Put (Jr. High) Lemnutj!
38' 8", Manning Rodriguez 4
Shot-Put (ppen) TuckerSO' 3?:-,
Munoz, Welem ui
Broad Jump (Jr. High) Simmex Simmex-man
man Simmex-man 16' 4" Hakanson Ctoon'
Broad Jump (Open) Gibson 20-T
Detore, Vanderbosch '
Discus (Jr. High) Manning 71
3" Irving, Lutz
Dsicu? (Open) Gibson 1')'
Tucker 123' 3V4" Munoz

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FOR RENT: Completely furn.
ished residence at Exposition
ground. For 3 to S months. Te Telephone
lephone Telephone 2-2987.
FOR RENT: Offoring to com company
pany company or organization, comfort comfort-abla
abla comfort-abla homa in El Valla, includ including
ing including two guast houses, complete complete-ly
ly complete-ly furnished. Rock gas, refri refri-garator
garator refri-garator and stova. Electricity,
own powar plant. Largo aera aera-aga
aga aera-aga with baa ring fruit treas and
running ereekv Offered at low
' rant and upkeep of property.
Can ba usad .as .e rasort for
waakands or vacationing of am am-"
" am-" ployas or associatas. Full tima
' maid and caretakar available.
For information tolaphona Pa Panama
nama Panama 2-3012 during office hours.
FOR RENT: Completely furn furn-ishad,
ishad, furn-ishad, spacious, three bed room
residence, porch, terrace, gar gardens,
dens, gardens, servants quarters in Golf
Heights adjacent to Golf Course
Telephone: 3-1308.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
furnished chalet at Campo Ale Ale-gre,
gre, Ale-gre, $45.00. Samuel Lewis St.
No. 4. Telephone 3-5556.
FOR SALE: Attractive, mod modern
ern modern 2 bedroom chalet, screen,
ad, hot water, maid's room,
bath, yard, ate. 104, 84th East
street between 50th St. and
Via Porras. Reasonably priced.
FOR RENT: Completely furn furnished,
ished, furnished, three bedroom chalet
(cold, hot water), 18, Via Bali Bali-sario
sario Bali-sario Porras.
FOR RENT: From 1st April for
4-5 months completely furnish,
ed home in best part, Campo
Alagre. 4 bedrooms, 3 bath bathrooms
rooms bathrooms plus Servants Quarters,
covered patio, double garage,
pleasant garden. Reasonable,
phone Panama 2-2556 or 2-2642
during business hours or 3-4867
after 6 p.m.
'Buccaneer' Wins
Newspaper Award
Th Rnr.caneer. the authoriz
ed newspaper of U.S. Army Ca
ribbean, has beem-awaraea ine
Army Newspaper Award by De Department
partment Department of the Army for the
period July-December 1956.
In making the award Ma.
Den. G. S. Meloy, chief of Infor Information,
mation, Information, wrote to Maj. Gen.
Thomas L. Harrold, commanding
general, USARCARIB, that:
"During the period July-De-eember
1956, the Buccaneer con consistently
sistently consistently accomplished its troop
Information mission while ad adhering
hering adhering to the highest standards
of journalism.
"The paper's excellent over-all
readability, conformance to pol policy
icy policy and apparent considered ef effort
fort effort to accomplish Troop Infor Information
mation Information objectives were signifi significant
cant significant factors in its selection for
this award."
It Is the first time the news newspaper
paper newspaper has received the award.
Members of The Buccaneer
staff during this period were:
Sp2 Dick Kemp, editor; Sfc Jim
Hunter, wire editor Pfc Lou
DHorio, copy editor; Pfc Joe
Featherston sDorts editor: and
n3 Georee McCorkle. Pfc Dick
Williams, Sp3 Bob Galloway,
staff writers.
FOR RENT
APARTMENT:
Completely mireonditioned
executive apartment of 3
bedrooms and 2 baths plus
maid's room and bath oc occupying
cupying occupying entire top floor of
choice residential proper;
ty. Independent with wall-to-wall
cedar, closets, tele tele-phone
phone tele-phone connections in bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, wall sale, and bore
(55 z 14ft) Wing, dining
and entertaining area.
Available Immediately.
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ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 6 closets, 2 bedrooms,
living roeffly- dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St.
East No. 2-61. Phone 3-1423.
FOR RENT:, One furnished
bedroom apartment. On Ave.
Peru facing the Park. Tel. 3-
3099 3-0746.
FOR RENT: Modem 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment at El Ceng re re-jo.
jo. re-jo. For further information te telephone
lephone telephone 3-4946.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartments,'
ments,' apartments,' one and two bedrooms
with hot water. $50.00 and $60.
Via Porras 101. Telephone 3-
2568.
FOR RENT: Apartment one
bedroom, living room, dining,
room, kitchen, and bath in Be Bella
lla Bella Vista, facing Urraca Park.
For information call 2-1958. Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. FOR RENT: Large apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, porch, 2
bedrooms, garage, kitchen,
maid's room, 2 bedrooms. Call
Panama 3-3338.
FOR RENT: -Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, large
porch, Venetian blinds, garage,
hot water, linen, china glass glassware.
ware. glassware. Exclusive residential sec section
tion section Bella VUta Phone Balboa
1448.
FOR RENT: Apartment, 3
bedrooms, two bathrooms, liv-in-dinlng
room, largo kitchen,
laundry clothesline and. maid's
room with bath at Campo Ala Alagre.
gre. Alagre. Information call Panama
3-4641.
FOR RENT: FURNISHED
apartment for April, May and
June. Two bedrooms, $100.00
monthly. Tel. Panama 3-0088.
FOR RENT: For one month
furnished apartment bedroom,
livingroom, dining room, porch
kitchen beautiful view central centrally
ly centrally located, cool, quiet. Phone 3 3-0811.
0811. 3-0811. Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. de P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Reserve NOW. Inexpensive sat
isfymg vacations Santa Clara
Peach. Shrapne''s furnished
houses.' Phone Balboa 1772.
Penn-Texas Corp. 1
Wins Control Over
Fairbanks, Morse
CHICAGO (UP) The Penn Penn-Texas
Texas Penn-Texas Corp., headed by financier
Leopold Silberstein, announced to today
day today an unofficial count of proxies
showed it has won its battle for
control of Fairbanks, Morse and
Co.
Attorneys for Fairbanks, Morse
said management of the firm
would not release its version of
the proxy count on grounds it
would violate a federal injunction
on proxy solicitation.
Penn-Texas spokesmen said a
count of the ballots Thursday
showed "696,686 shares properly
supported by proxies or voted iq
person, were for the Penn-Texas
slate of directors."
"Since this is in excess of 50
per cent of all outstanding shares
it will be sufficient for Penn-Texss
to elect a minimum of six direc
tors to the 11 man board," they
said.
Fairbanks, Morse issued a de
nial of the Silberstein claim even
before it was announced. A com company
pany company statement said it was "mere-
i ly a restatement of his earlier,
insubstintiated claims of vie-
;t9rv"
The proxies were impounded by
the federal district court pending
the outcome of a uit brought by
Fairbanks, Morse. The firm
charged that Silberstein scquired
large blocs of stock by means o
an "illegal conspiracy."

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: Louisiana State
University announces bids open
for 1950 Ford four door Sedan.
See at 21 72-A Curundu. Phono
5278.
FOR SALE: 1954 Buick 4 doors
$1,300.00 or make offer, 5623-Apt-C
Diablo Hts. Tel. 2-3354.
FOR SALE: 1952 Hillman
Sedan. Call Panama 3-4310.
FOR SALE 1956 Ford fordor
Customline sedan-with accesso accessories,
ries, accessories, 1,000 miles, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, 1581-B Calabash street, -Balboa.
Telephohe 2-3479.
FOR SALE: Ford Panel '51
for $600.00. New tires and bat battery.
tery. battery. Cheap. Call Tel. 3-1039.
FRO SALE: Cadillac 1956
Hardtop Coupe. 'Likenew' con condition.
dition. condition. Completely equiped. Ph.
86-4113.
FOR SALE: 1954 Plymouth
Belvedere Sport Coupe, two -tone,
directional lights, tinted
windshield, radio, W-S-W tires.
Excellent condition. 83-2119 af after
ter after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1955 Fairlane 4
door Fordomatic sedan.W-S-W
tires, radio. Price $1,600. Tele Tele-phono
phono Tele-phono Balboa 1079.
Mr. Pontiac and Cadillac own
er, why don't you have, Garage.,
Johnston look attar your repair
and maintenance? Tel. 456-A,
16th. Melendex. adjoining Civa
da Colon S.A.
FOR SALE: 1953 Studebaker
commander Hardtop. House 130
Ridge Road, telephone 2-1484.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM jUDGE- -General
Agent
Gibraltar Ufe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama, 2-0532
T1ANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
l'P.rlrr ShlnMIS MoVerO
Phone. -2451 2- 2562
Leans Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding tr Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
J or by appointment.
Balboa Service Center
BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL COLD WAVE
$7.50
Monday Thru Thursday
, Balboa I-I959
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FIDANQUE TRAVEL
SERVICE
"B" St. 1-27 Tel. t-1661
Exploring RP Caves
Is Next In YMCA
Adventure Series
Exploring caves in Panami Is
the next in the Balboa YMCA-US-SO's
Outdoor Adventure series.
Bob Stewart will present materials
for this program in the Y auditori auditorium
um auditorium next Tuesday evening, April 2.
Stewart, whose off -the-job inter interests
ests interests include hiking and exploring,
will bring color slides of various
csves that be has come across.
Caves in the areas of Chilibre,
Madden Lake. Natural Bridge.
and Buena Vista will be covered.
Several ef these caves, the speak speaker
er speaker hlirvr are virtually tinexnlor-
ted. The caves in this arPa will al
so be compared with ome of tnose
found ia the United States. -?
Stewart is with th Engineering
section ef the Panama Canal Com Company
pany Company and has spent about five-and-a-half
years on the Isthmus. He
has always had a desire to find
new places to explore, and in his
hiking ventures be is attempting to
attain an overall picture of the
Isthmus' basic geologic structure.
This program will start at 7:30 in
the auditorium and is open to serv

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:. Bargain", tro tropic!
pic! tropic! fish, "angeles." San Fco.
'JOth knd 59th street. Telephone
3-5048.
FOR SALE: 14 mm Bell and
Howell 70 OR latest model,'
coupled Viewfinder with FI.5
list $481, your price $375.' n-
ternational Jewelry, 155 Cen Central
tral Central Avenue, corner K street.
FOR SALE: Circle Saw Lathe
1-4 H.P, motor, grairider 250
watts. 0805 Plank St. Balboa,
Phone 2-2188 after 3 p.m
FOR SALE: Air conditioner.
' like new $125.00. Tel. 3-4679 or
see it at Edificio Miramar.
from 1 to 1:30.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS DERRICK For SALE
Sealed bids, for. opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 9:30
a.m., April 12, 1957, in the of office
fice office of Superintendent of Store Storehouses,
houses, Storehouses, Balboa, for Stiff leg
'Derrick, 90-ton. Invitation S-57-345
may be obtained from the
office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, telephone 2-1084. '
General
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
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YOU "CAN SPEND A NIGHT
IN THE SAN BLAS ISLANDS
TAKE A "JUNGLE JIM
JAUNT" HOTEL SAN BLAS
ISLANDS, THE SOUTH SEAS
OF THE AMERICAS. Two full
days. First tour starts April
6, .Saturday. Return .April' 7.,
Sunday. Transportation, sight-,
seeing, t Idays and one night at
San Bias Islands Hotel, meals.
All for $25.00 each person.
Bring your bathing suits and
earners. Plane flies straight to
Porvenir. No walking. Trips ev every
ery every week end. Reservations
must be made at Hotel El Pa Pa-nma
nma Pa-nma by 4:00 p.m. each Thurs Thursday..
day.. Thursday.. Day: Telephone "Jungle
Jihi," Panama 3-1640. Night
telephone "Jungle Jim," Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-1324 or see "Jungle Jim,".
HOTEL EL PANAMA, Guided
by Jungle Jim.
St. Christopher's
Church To Resume
Daily Bible School
The second Daily Vacation Bible
bchool for 1957 will begin at St
Christopher's Church, Parque. Le
lev re on Monday.
All students from first grade
through high School are eligible
to attend these classes. The class
es will be conducted from 8:30
a.m. to noon daily, from Monday
to Friday?--for a period of two
weeks.
Parents interested In enrolling
their children in these classes
should secure an enrollment form
from the church office. Enrollment
Is open to any child who wishes
to attend.

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Oasa Ave. No. 41 FQTO DOMV-Jmlo Aroiemene Ave. and 3 St. FARMACIA
Street e FARMACIA "SAS" Via Porras 111 NOVEDADES ATHIS Beside
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Home Articles
i FOR SALE: Hammond firgtn,
$1,145. Baby Grand piano, $375.
Sofa, $45., Bar, $30. Wrought
iron table and 4 chairs, $50.00.
Miscellaneous,. Bookcases and
tables.. 84-4287. ,t
EAB ;tll at. fS
sectional upholstered 1 1 v ina
roomt set ill very -good condi condition.
tion. condition. One mahogany dining
room set in good condition,
cheap. Call Telephone 287, Co Colon.
lon. Colon.
Philllpine Rattan set (couchn
2 chairs, end table) $100, Fath Father's
er's Father's chair and" footstool r e d
plastic, $25, largo loekar trunk,
practically hew $15. Kitchen
table $10, crib and '. mattress
$15. Otrs. 3024 NAD. Ph.' 925
3679. . v, i v-k f
FOR SALE; King Size bed with
box springs 7 ft by 4 ft .less
than one year old $140.00. ;Ar,
gus C-4 Camera with case and
flash $50.00, leather-top Peruvian
table, new $25.00. Phono Fort
Clayton 87-6189.
FOR- SALE:- Vacuum -cleaner,
Electrolux $15.00. Ironer elec electric,
tric, electric, $10.00. Call 2-4319. ,
FOR. SALE: Lester Piano
household goods. House 0805
Plank St. Balboa, Phone 2-2188.
FOR SALE: Due to trip,
furniture, dining set, bedroom bedroom-set,
set, bedroom-set, living room set, refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, stove, heater, washing ma machine,
chine, machine, child wardrobe,.-car. 21
St. A House 14 Apt. 11 B. (Pa (Patio
tio (Patio Roche).
FOR SALE: Bedroom set,
$80.00. Bamboo living room set
$50.00. House No, 29 Apt. E,
Coco Solito.' v-
T
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Motorcycle In Indian
dian Indian "80," 1950 hydraglide.
Good Condition. Call 2-4319,
Universify Officers
Cleared On Charges
Of Kissing Coeds
ELKHART, Ind."" (UP) EDchaft
University officials said they have
"cleared" three faculty members
charged with throwing beer par
ties and' giving- coed s "fatherly
kisses. . f
"We lave conducted a thorough
investigation and t he teachers
head Carter Elliot said in a states
ment. The student body ..also ral
lied to the support, of the accuse
instructors.
A letter published in a local
newspaper said, "We the ( student
body of EJkhart University ask
the public not to judge our school
or any of its memDers soieiy on
th basis of articles" published re
cently in newspapers.
The accusations stemmed from
signed statements by seven Elk
hart coeds saying they went on
drinking parties with, the teach
ers "to benefit their scholastic ef
forts." v '
247
CENTRAL AVE.
. Calidonia

EST ADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave.

? SERVICES
The bosf 'dinners and drinks t
are served in our modern air-
-conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Internacional "Pla "Pla-U
U "Pla-U 5 do Mayo.,
Hear Yel Hear Yel. Hear yel
The Pedro Miguel Boat CJub
announces the re opening of
their kitcheh under new man management.
agement. management. Try our steaks,
chops, seafood and sandwiches.
Lesson
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing"
Adults Teenagers Preteens
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
Dunn. v '.
Lesson i Ladies rhythmic exer exercise,
cise, exercise, guitar, ballet, Spanish
dancer Mrs. Donaldson Phono
GuUck 489.
Learn Spanish with Mrs. Ro Ro-mere's
mere's Ro-mere's Conversational System,
beginners and advanced pupils.
Lessons; Mornings,' afternoons
and evenings. 4th of July Ave Avenue
nue Avenue T 1-352, in front of Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights.
Panama Lino
Galllnaa
Maj. Gen. Julian L. Sshley,
member of the board of direc directors
tors directors or the Panama Canal com company,;
pany,; company,; and Mrs. Schley, are; : a7
mong the 72 passengers expect expected
ed expected to sail f ram Htv York for
Cristobal Tuesday aboard the
Panama liner Cristobal. .-.
.Schley-, is ; alsd. a member of
the ad noc committee on Canal
capacity studies, which will
meet m the Canal Zone in A A-pril.
pril. A-pril. Also, listed as a passenger on
the ship is Walter Schull, son of
L oov. and Mrs. H. W. Schull,
jr.-. ;-v. .- .
NinV passengers are 'bobked
for Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The comofete afrJvanp.r rm.n
afnger list for Cristobal follow:
ifjsHf uim Mrswaawtra ; A'r;
Mri and Mrs. Alfred F. Bahlke;
Drand Mrs. Henry Cohen Mr.
and Mr.' Robert Cousins; Mr.
and Mrs. Richard. t Coy and 2
children y Mr. and Alra. Joseph
o. CrosijJr.-j y: : v '
Mr: and Mrs; John Dee; : Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Devaney-: Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Dreyfus; Mr. and
Mrs. Gambol, J. Dunn; Mrs.. Wlh-
nred Duysters; Mr. and Mrs.
WUlard Poss; Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Gordon; Mra.Raymond Gordon
and 2 children; Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Grueneis; Mrs..Henrlette
c.Guterman; Mr. and Mrs.
Richard R. Johnston ; Mr and
Mrs. Frederick Kalmbach; and
Mr. and Mrs. Alec Knights.
- Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Law
rence: Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Leach:
Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. McCath-
ron; Mr. Henry H. McCathron;
Miss Margaret Ann MacKinnon;
Miss Virginia MacKinnon; Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Mahoney; Mrs.
Victoria Maloul: Mr. and Mrs.
Winthrop Mayo; Miss Letita O' O'-Hanlpn;
Hanlpn; O'-Hanlpn; :
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pola Pola-check;
check; Pola-check; Mr. and Mrs. Mearl i D.
Pritchard; Miss Anna Russell;
Miss Elizabeth NRussell; Maj.
Gen. and Mrs.. Julian L. Schley;
Walter Schull; Mr.Xand Mrs.
Herman- Silversteln; )Mr. and
Mrs. Henry A. Spelman; Mr. and
Mrs. James Steele; Mr. and Mrs.
rvtavln Vttllnrlno- and Mrs. Av- I
Is White. 1

Casa Propia

.

CSIK PROPIA. S. Ai. with offices at 15r ,36th SU hi just built 20;
; mors one-bedroom homes at the end of 10th St, Rio Abajo, next to the
Barbadian Society Buildings. These homes are selling for only $544
. - .- -. - - i -..-
down payment and $28 monthly total price house and land for
$4,444.00. These homes are open for inspection and visitors are.
'welcome. Only nine are unsold.

WANTS: Salesman for tpart
time or full time. Know English
1 and have, car.- Call Panama 3 3-2553.
2553. 3-2553. From 12 noon, to 2 p.m.

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: "Sea Babe" 15
ft, 25 -horse Evinrude. Phone
'5-403. t
FOR SALE: 17 ft. Cruiser
fiber glass and bottom, $375.00.
Trailer, $75.00., 15 h. p. motor.
$275.00. Also U ft. .sturdy fish fish-:
: fish-: ing boar, $225.00. Trailer $50,
Mercury 25 motor with starter,
run only t hours, $350.00. Ac Accept
cept Accept reasonable en any. ABER-'
NATHY S.A. across side street
- Panama Hotel. Telephone 3 3-4895.
4895. 3-4895.
Real Estate
FOR SALE t Completely1 'furn 'furnished
ished 'furnished 3-bedroom, cottage In El
Valla, 10,000 square meters;
bearing fruit trees Price $9,-
000.00. Phone: Friedrich, Cris-
tobal 2170. ;
; FOR SALE: 1 lot 584 meters
$1,500.00,- Barriada Domingo
Diai, Panama, Tel. Cristobal.
2153.
FOR SALE: Bargain, leaving
Isthmus.- Store on Central Ave
nue. Write P.O. Box 992, Pana-

INVESTMENT
OPPORTUNITY
Additional Working Capital required for '.Expan '.Expansion
sion '.Expansion of business with established Reputation., in investors
vestors investors will be gven bpportunity of controlling ;
disbursements. For Interview regarding possibit-:

.- -v-j ithasdrMBox-2f 45uirvdur-'.,1i,."r- A

The Pacific Sfeam navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BI ROIAL CHARTIR 1840) -FAST
f REIGH1 AND PASSENGER SERVICES
" TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR, PERU AND CattR-
. S S. "PIZARRO" c ........ ...... Ar
M.V. "SANTANDER .'. -AprU II
TO tTNTTED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENAjLA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON, HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA.. SPAIN
AND FRANCE '
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons.) April I
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (20,225 Tons.) May 20
t Air-Condi tioned)
' TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "FLAMENCO" April
S.S. "KENUTA" .AprU 20
i ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS :
S.S. "LOCH GO WAN" April
S.S. "LOCH RYAN' April lfr
', TO UKCONTINENT '.
M.V. "PARAGUAY" ...April .14
S.S. "LOCH AVON" AprU 2
ALITSAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
- ; TELEPHONES: CRISTOBAL 3-18545
t'i PANAMA; 3-1257S BALBOA: t-1905
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Builds 20 More Homes

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WANTED: Competent and re responsible
sponsible responsible cook to manage fami family
ly family home. 15th street No, '128
Paitilla.
WANTED: Good cook. Appky
Williamson Place, house No.
0767 apartment 1,
WANTED: Maid to do house,'
work. Must sleep In No. 23 55th
street. El -Cangrejo, Mr, Ole
Hamle.
WANTED: Cook end gener general
al general housekeeper. Must be neat
Apply mqrning after 8 a.m..
House e260, Los Rios.
WANTED TO BUY: : -Sixteen
inch swing or larger? Metal
turning lathe and drill press
toy condition. Write details
and price expected to "Lathe"
C-0 this paper Box 134.
USARCARIB
Credit Union
Opens
"The' USARCARIB Credit Un Union
ion Union .woi. be open to the publie
from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 and 2:30
to 6:00 p.m. starting Aj)ril 1, al also
so also Saturday from Sf toll a.m.

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CATTJRDAY, MARCH 39, 1957

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AH INDEPENDENT DAUT XEWSFAPEB
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Five Canal Employes
Retire During March

Viva f"nl mriiOves. two
of,
them with mor than 30 yean .of
atvie. were retired from the
rinal dnrine March and were pre
tented with retirement certificates
fry Gov. W. E. Potter.
The farewell ceremony took
place lyesterday afternoon in the
Olfice 01 me uovernur ai iwuua
Height. ,
Th llsf nf those retirine in
March, their positions, and length
of their Canal aervice, follows:
Leon E. Dedeaux; Building Maint Maint-foreman
foreman Maint-foreman of hospital maintenance
US Polio Fighters
To Decide Whether
To Ration Vaccine
"WASHINGTON, March 30 (UP)
iSurgeon. General Leroy E. Bur Bur-troy
troy Bur-troy called polio fighters into con-
: ference here today to decide wheth whether
er whether voluntary rationing of Salk vac-
- eine is necessary.
A shortage of Salk shots devel devel-eped
eped devel-eped suddenly last month when A A-Jnericans
Jnericans A-Jnericans began responding to a
'get vaccinated" campaign. The
campaign was launched earlier in
ithe year at a time when public a a-pathy
pathy a-pathy had permitted 26 million
doses of the vaccine to pile up on
Manufacturers' shelves,
Bumey invited a dozen repre representatives
sentatives representatives "of the American Medic Medical
al Medical Association, the National Found Foundation:
ation: Foundation: for Infantile Paralysis and
the Asociation of State and Terri Territorial
torial Territorial Health Officers to ther'stra ther'stra-tegylmeeting
tegylmeeting ther'stra-tegylmeeting at Public Health
Service headquarters.
He planned tove them an up-to-date
report on the vaccine de demand,
mand, demand, and supply situation, with
estimates of future production and
i figures on inventories on hand in
various areas, r
"Public Health officials said Bur Bur-Bey
Bey Bur-Bey wanted the group's Views on
the desirability of re-instituting the
government's voluntary allocation
system which was suspended last
Jjjly 31 when demand for vaccine
began to fall off.
I Weather Or Not
; .Thla weather report' for the
- iVi hours ending a.m. today,
4s prepared hy the Meteorolo.
cal and Hydrographle
. Branch of the Panami Canal
, -Company t ;
; Balboa Crlst6bal
fEMFERATURE:

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WIND:
(max. mph) NW-19 N-18
RAIN (inches) T
WATER TEMP.:
(inner harbors) 76 S3

SUNDAY, MARCH 31
HIGH LOW
e 1:49 a.m. 11:03 a.m.
4:02 p.m. 10:22 p.m.

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Division; 10 yearssix montns ana

13 daya.
Mm. May B. Duer. file clerk,
Personnel-Bureau: 12 years, 10
months and 14 days. ;
Albert McKeown, lead foremab
hoilermaker, Industrial Division;
34 years, four months and five
days. ft
Rpniomfl Seise, floating equip
ment oiler, Dredging Division; 29
vpars. four months and a oays
Harrv W. Moist, locomotive ma
chinist, Railroad Division; 17 years
and 10 days.
Dedeaux is a native of Gulfport,
Mississippi and came to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus in 1933 as an employe of the
U.S. Navy. He joined tfte canal
m-franization in 1936 as a carpen
ter leader with the former Cons-
trurtinn Quartermaster. Ail ornis
years of service were with the
same unit wnicn later uecme mc
Maintenance Division. w
In 1955 he was promoted to lead
foremen of hospital 'maintenance
and later became lead foreman
of building maintenance in the
Southern district!
Mr. and Mrs. Dedeaux will make
their future home in Gulfport.
Mrs. Duer was born in the Bronx,
New York,, and -came to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus in 1914. She joined the Canal
organization in 1943 as a clerk in
the Accounting Department. Dur During
ing During her years of service, she was
employed with various other units
including the Health Bureau, Locks
Division and the Supply and Serv Service
ice Service Bureau. Since 1953 she has
been a file clerk in the Personnel
Bureau, v
Mrs." Duer plans to remain on
the Isthmus following her retire retirement..
ment.. retirement..
McKeown, a member cl a well-
known Isthmian family, was born
in Colon. He started his apprentice,
ship as a boilermaker with the
Mechanical Division in 1918 and
was employed as a boilermaker in
1922 with the same. unit.
He was promoted to leadingman
boilermaker in 1942 and was trans
ferred to the Atlantic Side when
the offices of the Industrial Divi
sion were moved to Cristobal. Since
1955 he has been a lead foreman
boilermaker.
: Mr, and Mrs. McKeown expect to
make their' home in Florida after
his retirement. v
Born in Vega Baia. Puerto Rico,
Seise served several years with
the U.S. Army before joining the
Canal organization in 1927 as a
seaman in the Dredeing Division.
He remained with, the Dredging
Division. He remained with the
Dredging Division during all the
years of his service. He has been a
floating equipment oiler since 1953.
Following his retirement, he and
his family plan to make their home
in San Juan, Puerto Kjco.
Moist is a native of Huntington,
West Virginia, and served with the
U.S. Navy during the First World
War. He was employed as a- ma
chinist in the Balboa shops in 1940
and later in the Balboa roundhouse.
In 1948 he was promoted to fore foreman,
man, foreman, roundhouse assistant In. Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal and in 1950 was transferred
from the Mechanical Division to
the Railroad Division as a locomo locomotive
tive locomotive mechanic.
After his retirement, he and his
wife plan to make their home in
Van Nuys, California: They sail
for New York today aboard the Pa Panama
nama Panama liner Ancon.
PRICES: .75 .40
TODAY
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32nd IEAB

Beck Ordered

For Brinaina

WASHINGTON. March 30 (UP)
The AFL-CIO Executive Council
suspended Teamster President
Dave Beck from its leadership yes yesterday
terday yesterday and ordered him to stand
union trial for "bringing the labor
movement into disrepute.
In an extraordinary two-hour
meeting, te labor federation's
high command also ordered an
investigation to determine wheth whether
er whether Beck's 1,540,000 member
Teamsters Union is dominated by
"corrupt influences."
The crackdown was the first
ever directed at a member of the
council, composed of the AFL-CIO
president, secretary treasurer
and 26 vice presidents, including
Beck. AFL-CIO President George
Meany said the. action was
unanimous. ;
It came after Beck, powerful
leader of the .nation's biggest
union, had refused to answer Sen
ate Rackets Committee charges
that he "may have misappropri
ated" more than 6322,000 in
Teamster funds.
Beck Protested
Beck, an AFL-CIO vice presi
dent as well as boss of the Team Teamsters,
sters, Teamsters, was not among the 21
council members present at the
meeting. He protested night
that Meany gave sucn snort
notice that he was deprived of
his right to attend.
Beck's trial, which could-lead
to his expulsion from the "house
of labor," was set for May 22.
It appeared certain to spark a
new struggle within the AFL-CIO
leadership.
The council reacted swiftly to
warnings that labor must "clean
its own house" to help combat
a drive for anti-labor legislation
in the v wake of the Senate
hearings."
Sen. John L. McClellan (D-
Ark), head Of the special com
mittee which aired the alleged
misuse of Teamster funds, called
the council's action "highly com
mendable."
"Very Encouraging"
"It is very encouraging to the
committee that this great labor
organization has not only adopted
codes of ethics but is evidencing
Army Recruiling
Scandal Revealed
By US Third Army
ATLANTA, March 30 (UP)-The
Third Army today disclosed an
alleged Army' recruiting scandal
involving the sale of enlistment
qualification tests by recruiting
personnel in Charlotte, N.C.
Officials here said Capt. Thomas
S. Nelson,' former head of the
Charlotte recruiting station, was
fined 6150, reprimanded and trans transferred
ferred transferred for failing to report the
matter to higher authorities.
Seven non-commissioned of
ficers, alleged to have purchased
copies of the enlistment exams
to help them meet their recruiting
quotas, were reduced in rank one
grade each. Two other non-coms,
who -tifficials said, sold the tests,
asked for court-martial trials.
The Army said the two men,
ISFC Judson E. Madden and
SFC Ralph Carter, will be
i tried at a date to be announced
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taier. xoey cuuju bit? aivcpicu
reduction in arad -a summary
-punishment for their part in the
ailcea aaies oui cnose u nana
trial instead, officials said.
The seven noa coma, who ac accepted
cepted accepted summary punishment were
identified as M Sgt. John W; Snid Snider,
er, Snider, SFC George M. Corbin, M.
Sgt. Nelson E. Thornton, M-Sgt.
Jessie E. Holland, Sgt, lC Aldie
D. Gerene, SFC Kermit Mv Hes Hester,
ter, Hester, and SFC Hugh D. New tome.
Capt. Nelson and the seven" non non-coms
coms non-coms who received summary pun
ishment were punished by higher
15. Officials said 7 Nelson coukfj
have been tried had tat requested
iU
Col. Frank C Castagneto, pub
He information officer for the
Third Army eadquartere here,
said Madden and Carter had ac access
cess access to the entrance examination
and the other seven bought fopie
to help them meet recruituif
quotas. He (aid they were abk
to brief potential enlistees oa dif
ficuit questions before the tecti
were given.
elsoa was reprimanded, finec
and transferred to the U.S. Ann:
horpttal at Fort Bragg. N.C. f
having knowledge e4 the exa
nalea and failing to report ther
He was medical procurement t
ficer for North Carolina as. we
as Charlotte recruiting chief, i

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BECK'S RECORDS SUBPENAED Dave Beck, president of
the Teamsters Union, confers with his attorney, Arthur Con Condon
don Condon (left), as he appears before the Senate; Labor Rackets
Committee in Washington.- Beck refused to turn 'over per personal
sonal personal financial records to the committee. The r committee
immediately subpenaed the records,-, f

in this fashion its Intention
te
enforce them," he said.
In other offshoots of the com committee's
mittee's committee's inquiry:
Teamster Vice President James
R. Hoffa pleaded- innocent in
federal court to charges he tried
to-jbribe a committee investigator
to slip him information. His trial
was set for' May 27 m J.b.
District Court, here but may be
postponed.
Harrv Reiss. a New York
Teamster official, was arraigned
here on contempt of Congress
charges growing out of his refusal
to answer questions bezfore the
Senate Permanent Investigating
subcommittee. He also pleaded
not guilty. t
Scofftd, At Beck's Plan
Committee members scoffed at
Beck's plan to set up a million-
dollar publicity program to "tell
the true -story" about -his .union.
McUellan said Beck can .saveJ
all that money-, by telling the
truth himself."
Beck ,' repeatedly "invoked the
Fifth Amendment against self self-incrimination
incrimination self-incrimination as a witness before
the committee this week. .This
brought him into conflict with the
AFL-CIO code of ethics, which
holds that any union official
should give a full accounting of
his stewardship.
Meany told reporters Beck's use
of the Fifth Amendment was "justj
one of the Indications of corrup corruption."
tion." corruption." He also cited Beck's state statement
ment statement on a television program that
he had borrowed $300,000 to J400. J400.-000
000 J400.-000 from the Teamsters, without
interest. : v
He said the Teamster' investiga
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The pilot w&s 1st Lt Herbert H. MeC.ln tock. 6 "Sft. John J. HitKlberger was crew
chief and flight engineer. A2e Orover r. Wet was tow reel operator.
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ition would cover "all phases of
its activities and "all of its offic
ials international and regional
and local.",
Report Union Receipts
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Meany said the council Voted to
set up a standard'; procedure for
all AFL-CIO affiliated unions to
follow in reporting union receipts
and expenditures. v
The council, which adopted the
code of ethics in January, directed
Meany to file charges against
BecK jor ms action in bringing
the labor movement into disrepute
and his failure to explain the
many charges, brought against
him regarding the mishandling of
union tunds."
It also directed the AFL-CIO
Ethical Practices Committee "td
investigate the situation in the
Teamsters to .determine whether
or not the Teamsters Union is sub substantially
stantially substantially dominated or: controlled
Dy corrupt influences, r
buch a finding could lead to a
suspension-of the union from the
AFL-CIO. -
. It., was- doubtful that this would
come to pass. Council members
were hoping to arouse a rank-and-file
" revolt which would over
throw -the present leadership at
tne .. reamster tonvenuon next
September.""'
' Candidate For Reelection
Beck already has served notice
he will be a candidate for .reelec .reelection
tion .reelection as International President.
Disclaiming any intent to resign.
he said he would "rise or fall on
the convention's decision.
Sen.- Irving M. Ives-(R-Ny,

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vice chairman of the Rackets
Committee, said the disciplining
of Beck could lead to an open
break between the Teamsters and
the AFL-CIO if "Beck'a strangle stranglehold"
hold" stranglehold" is not broken in September.
In that case, he said, the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO might set up a rival union
in the same field.
Walter P. Reuther, president o
the auto workers union and first
vice president of the AFL-CIO,
was' regarded as a leader' in the
move to have Beck shorn of some
of his' labor posts.
The council itself does not' have
authority under the AFL-CIO con constitution
stitution constitution to- remove any of .its
members or any officers of its
140, affiliated unions. It can recom recommend
mend recommend this 'step to the AFL CIO
convention in December.
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Beck was suspended from his
council seat pending the outcome
of the union trial. Meany said this
was done under' a constitutional
provision authorizing the council
"to safeguard and promote the
best interests of tne federation."
He emphasized the action was
taken -by unanimous vote of the
members present. Meany himself
proposed the actions and Reuther
made the motion for their adop adoption.
tion. adoption. Quote Unquote
HOLLYWOOD" Actress 7sa
Zsa Gabor on turning down a mo movie
vie movie studio's $100,000 offer if she
shaved her-head for a film role:
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"One Yul Brynner in Hollywood
is enough.". j
BIRMINGHAM, Ala'. Den
James, President of the" Birming Birmingham
ham Birmingham Transit Co., on a financial
crisis faced by his firm) because
of a union dispute and a mass test
of bus segregation: ,
. ,"Thc Negroes are Scared to
death and. the whites aren't rid riding."
ing." riding." WASHINGTON -i Undersecre Undersecretary
tary Undersecretary of State Christian A. Herter
on the Mideast situation since Is Israel's
rael's Israel's withdrawal from Egyptian
territory:
"We' believe the present situa situation,
tion, situation, particularly with regard to
Gaza, gives cause for concern.
KEY WEST, Fla. James H.
Rickey Richardson, 25, after -his
arrest for the murder of super supermarket
market supermarket cashier Vickl Candoni:
"I knew you'd get me sooner or
later. I'm glad It's over with."
CHICAGO Dave Beck to a re
porter who asked If he would re resign
sign resign from the presidency of the
Timxteri Union: '?
"Why should I?"

Salisbury's Resignation Causes
Big RifMn Conservative Party

LONDON, March 30 CUP )-Lord
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Salisbury, often called "the most
powerful man in England,'.' re
signed from the-cabinet todav be
cause he opposed the f release of
caucu Arcauisnop, jviaKario$ Oi
Cyprus.
ft was the biesest nuhlic snlit
in a Conservative British' eovern-
ment since Anthony Eden walked
out on Prime Minister' Neville
Chamberlain before World War II
over tne Nazi appeasement issue.
Salisbury resigned as Lord
President ',of the Council and a
leader of the House pf Lords.
a formal announcement from
Prime Minister Harold Macmil-
lans office said only that Queen
Elizabeth "has "been erarimnlv
pleased to accept" "the resigna resignation
tion resignation of the man: who was one of
her, top advisers..
Macmillan's natff in reDlv tn
Salisbury said the resignation was
received "with the greatest re regret."
gret." regret." The-Prime' Minister .defend .defended
ed .defended the Telease oiT the -archbishop
as an "act of generous statesman statesmanship"
ship" statesmanship" which -will" -"reap its re reward."
ward." reward." -'x
But Macmillan 'said he would
not reply in any detail to -the ar arguments
guments arguments Salisbury raised.
I cannot end this letter without
saying what a grief-it is to me
and to my colleagues. to lose your
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Administer without .portfolio, it
was Salishury who with Sir Wirt
ston Churchill,, "engineered .'the
Queen's appointment .- of Macmil
lan to- .succeed Eden as Prime
Minister last. January; I
As president of the council.' Sal
isbury "had charge of atomic7 en
ergy, a position jMacmulan ..will
take. over. The Earl of Home, sec
retary of state for Commonwealth

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, j&ausDury s letter of reslgni-uen
to Macmillan said the return of
Makarios may place a "Sword of
Damocles" over Britain's head.
He warned that the issue might
lead to increasing injury, to Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's .friendly relations kh" Turn Turnkey,
key, Turnkey, which opposed union of Cy Cyprus
prus Cyprus with Greece. d j
- A close and confideirt relation-
ship with' Turkey ) should be the,,
mam basis of BritishNpdlicy in the
Middle East now, he deld.
The decision to free Makarios
from his exile an the Seychelles
Island in the Indian, Ocean was
announced yesterday.
Salisbury, asserted he no longer
could agree with the government's
policy on Cyprus, where Grstk
Cypriots have been demanding
union of the British held island
with Greece. He said he was. dis-
turbed by the .way the Greek Or

thodox churchman was released.
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AUCKLANdn. Z.; March 30
(UP) -Sir Anthony Eden, who re resigned
signed resigned as British prime minister
in. January because of illness, will
go to Boston, Mass. this spring
for a physical examination, it was
announced today, -,,
Eden came to -New Zealand a
month ago to. rlax in the sunshine
but he has remained in bed .much
of the time because oft recurrent
attacks of fever. At present he ic
in the Bay of Islands,' 110 miles
north of "Auckland, physicians
said his condition has improved
since his arrival here.-,
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